Kerikeri District, Kerikeri

50 days ago

Ryman Pioneers Certainty

Ryman Healthcare Limited

We’ve been pioneering village living, and aged care, for more than 35 years. Our track record is built on genuine compassion and respect and gives you the confidence to be able to live the way you want. It’s another reason New Zealanders have voted us one of the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted … View moreWe’ve been pioneering village living, and aged care, for more than 35 years. Our track record is built on genuine compassion and respect and gives you the confidence to be able to live the way you want. It’s another reason New Zealanders have voted us one of the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands for a 7th year. Learn more

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69 days ago

censorship

Fritz from Kerikeri District

Neighborly is but a forum for lost cats, but truly important information with utmost relevance for the community gets deleted as 'not relevant to the community'! This type of censorship dominates our country now, where those in any power claim sole ownership of truth and of what is … View moreNeighborly is but a forum for lost cats, but truly important information with utmost relevance for the community gets deleted as 'not relevant to the community'! This type of censorship dominates our country now, where those in any power claim sole ownership of truth and of what is relevant...A shameful Nazi-experience, especially for the elderly and for vulnerable people trying to share vital health information...

64 days ago

Fire service urges people not to light fires in lockdown - what do you think?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Fire and emergency NZ is urging Northlanders not to light fires during lockdown, after being called out to 26 fires since lockdown began, including three vegetation fires in Kaitaia alone. Wipari Henwood, area manager for Muri Whenua/Far North says each time there is a call-out, volunteer … View moreFire and emergency NZ is urging Northlanders not to light fires during lockdown, after being called out to 26 fires since lockdown began, including three vegetation fires in Kaitaia alone. Wipari Henwood, area manager for Muri Whenua/Far North says each time there is a call-out, volunteer firefighters risk breaking their isolation bubbles to attend. He urged people to hold off on burning anything until alert level 4 lockdown is lifted. What do you think?

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51 days ago

Keep reaching out, Aotearoa! 😊

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

A simple phone call or message it all it takes sometimes.

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52 days ago

All regions outside Auckland to move to Alert Level 2

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

All regions outside Auckland will move to Covid-19 Alert Level 2, with Auckland remaining at Alert Level 4 for at least another week.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield announced the changes at a post-cabinet press conference on Monday … View more
All regions outside Auckland will move to Covid-19 Alert Level 2, with Auckland remaining at Alert Level 4 for at least another week.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield announced the changes at a post-cabinet press conference on Monday afternoon.

Regions outside Auckland will make the change to Alert Level 2, at 11.59pm tomorrow.

Here's what you need to know
- A refresh on Level 2 restrictions and what it means for you.
- Indoor gatherings are now capped at 50 people, with outdoor gatherings restricted to a maximum of 100 people.
- There have been 20 confirmed cases of Covid-19 reported by the Ministry of Health since 9.00am yesterday, all in Auckland.
- If you have any flu-like symptoms, call the NZ Covid-19 Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or ring your GP.
- Find your closest Covid-19 testing location on the Healthpoint website

For more information, visit covid19.govt.nz.

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52 days ago

Father and son graduate together

Competenz

Another great story!
Southland father and son, Robert and Bobby Baird have recently received their forestry qualifications, proving you are never too old to learn.

While Robert has practical experience gained during four decades in the bush, he says vocational training like the qualification he… View more
Another great story!
Southland father and son, Robert and Bobby Baird have recently received their forestry qualifications, proving you are never too old to learn.

While Robert has practical experience gained during four decades in the bush, he says vocational training like the qualification he has just done is helping keep people safe.

Competenz assessor Neville Muir worked with Bairds throughout their training programme.

“Bobby is very driven to succeed and very organised. He’s also very keen to continue upskilling his crew and there are a lot of different certificates still to do,” he says.

While Bobby is his boss at work, Robert turns back into ‘dad’ at the end of the day. “I give him a hand during the day when he’s got a lot of work on. We have a great relationship and it’s a magic thing to be able to do to work with your son.”

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52 days ago

Learn from Experts in Digitally-Driven Business!

The Team from Digital Boost

We're here to help you take your business to the top.
That's why every day from 10-11am we sit down for interviews with experts in topics like digital marketing and websites, and live stream it straight to you. Power your business forward with a daily pro-tip or two!

Find out … View more
We're here to help you take your business to the top.
That's why every day from 10-11am we sit down for interviews with experts in topics like digital marketing and websites, and live stream it straight to you. Power your business forward with a daily pro-tip or two!

Find out who's sharing their knowledge this week and RSVP here
Learn more

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52 days ago

What legacy will you leave?

The Team from Cancer Society Auckland

Tanya decided to leave a legacy to the Cancer Society when her mother passed away from oral cancer. “Leaving a gift in my will is a way to keep supporting Kiwis facing cancer and help protect the next generation – our children and grandchildren. I’m so appreciative of the Cancer Society’s … View moreTanya decided to leave a legacy to the Cancer Society when her mother passed away from oral cancer. “Leaving a gift in my will is a way to keep supporting Kiwis facing cancer and help protect the next generation – our children and grandchildren. I’m so appreciative of the Cancer Society’s support and incredibly passionate about the research they fund. I hope by leaving a bequest, this will help cancer researchers find a cure.”

You can join Tanya in making the greatest gift of hope for those facing cancer in the future.
Find out more

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54 days ago

Father's Day - Help a small business AND get Dad something nice

David Downs from SOS Business

If you’ve forgotten about Father’s Day - get him a voucher from www.sosbusiness.nz... and help a small business in need too!
And Aucklanders and Northlanders!
As a way of saying thanks for buying $50 or more of vouchers to your favourite locals, our friends at Goodman Fielder will gift you a … View more
If you’ve forgotten about Father’s Day - get him a voucher from www.sosbusiness.nz... and help a small business in need too!
And Aucklanders and Northlanders!
As a way of saying thanks for buying $50 or more of vouchers to your favourite locals, our friends at Goodman Fielder will gift you a $10 Universal Voucher!

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54 days ago

Is a small business near you delivering?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Our friends at Stuff are collating an incredible directory of small businesses delivering during lockdown in every region across New Zealand. Check out the best in baked goods, meal companies, drinks of every sort, groceries and sweet treats delivering right to your neighbourhood.

Supporting … View more
Our friends at Stuff are collating an incredible directory of small businesses delivering during lockdown in every region across New Zealand. Check out the best in baked goods, meal companies, drinks of every sort, groceries and sweet treats delivering right to your neighbourhood.

Supporting local is easy with Support Local, Aotearoa. Have a browse or show your support by submitting a shoutout to a business near you now. They'll thank you for it.

Thanks for supporting local.
Browse the directory

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55 days ago

Upcycled chandelier

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kerikeri

Up your potted plants game with this easy recycling project finished in Resene.

Find out how to create your own.

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55 days ago

Humanities degree shapes fresh approach

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Bachelor of Humanities

Meet Derek Ereatara who shares his journey with Awanuiārangi.

The Bachelor of Humanities programme marked a turning point in Derek’s life. “The content – indigenous studies, policy and business – fit right in with what I wanted. I knew it would help me … View more
Bachelor of Humanities

Meet Derek Ereatara who shares his journey with Awanuiārangi.

The Bachelor of Humanities programme marked a turning point in Derek’s life. “The content – indigenous studies, policy and business – fit right in with what I wanted. I knew it would help me personally and in my work with whānau in the health sector.

“It helped me to think differently, that opens up your world view.” he says.

Looking at everything with fresh eyes “shifted, enhanced and reinforced” his focus, particularly in working with rangatahi who need one-to-one support.

Awanuiārangi was like a second home, and still is. You just feel welcome.
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57 days ago

Random Acts of Kindness Day

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Far North

Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day New Zealand 💚

In times like this, it's more important than ever to stay kind and connected. So this year, we ask that you pick up the phone, call someone you care about and check in on their well-being.

It takes a little, not a lot, to be kind and caring … View more
Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day New Zealand 💚

In times like this, it's more important than ever to stay kind and connected. So this year, we ask that you pick up the phone, call someone you care about and check in on their well-being.

It takes a little, not a lot, to be kind and caring 💚

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57 days ago

Good news: Still no Covid-19 Delta cases in Northland

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Northland District Health Board is working hard to reassure residents that there are no cases of Covid-19 in Northland, despite the region having to remain in lockdown alert level 4 for a few days longer than the rest of the country outside of Auckland. Again today, no positive cases were … View moreNorthland District Health Board is working hard to reassure residents that there are no cases of Covid-19 in Northland, despite the region having to remain in lockdown alert level 4 for a few days longer than the rest of the country outside of Auckland. Again today, no positive cases were announced. If Northland contacts and wastewater tests come back clear, the region will drop to alert level 3 at 11.59pm on Thursday.

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57 days ago

Mental Health + Well-Being - September 1st to 30th 😌

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Did you know 1 in 4 New Zealand adults will suffer from a mental disorder or distress at some point in their lives? When they do, let’s make sure they don’t have to go it alone. To create safer, more caring communities we need to not only look after ourselves but those around us as well.

For … View more
Did you know 1 in 4 New Zealand adults will suffer from a mental disorder or distress at some point in their lives? When they do, let’s make sure they don’t have to go it alone. To create safer, more caring communities we need to not only look after ourselves but those around us as well.

For the month of September, we want to come together to share ways to boost mental health and well-being. For example, you could host an online catch up or quiz, call a neighbour who lives alone, challenge your family and friends to try a new hobby or move your body more to improve your own well-being. If you or someone you know is going through a rough patch, don’t forget you can call or text 1737 anytime for free support from a trained counsellor.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re looking out for your well-being and helping others with theirs this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to: info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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