552 days ago

Gardening

Michael from MOWtivated Lawn and Garden Ltd

Is your garden looking a bit wild? Can’t see the plants through the weeds? Do you have a lawn (or paddock) that needs mowing? Are you moving out of a rental property and realised that the garden is looking a bit sad? Or are you wanting to keep your garden looking wonderful?
Let us help you! Contact Michael or Anita at MOWtivated Lawn and Garden on 0275993304!
We are a husband and wife team who thrive on hard work and love keeping gardens (and larger properties) looking beautiful. We are available to look after all of your garden needs including: pruning, mulching, mowing, weeding and green waste removal, etc. No job is too small, or too large.

So call us today to schedule your obligation free quote on 0275993304.

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19 hours ago

Double Glazing

Chris from Stoke

Want to Change your single wooden windows to double glazed,contact Chris 021642428,
Free quote, work guaranteed and good rates

21 hours ago

Should more schools change the way they teach children to read?

Katy Jones Reporter from The Tasman Leader

A community meeting in Motueka on Wednesday evening is due to feature discussion with a Massey University professor, whose research shows a more phonics-based approach is needed to teaching literacy in schools. Parents lobbying nationwide for the change to "structured literacy", which teaches reading and writing consecutively, say phonics books should replace the "Ready to Read" books most schools use to help children learn to read. Do you agree?

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21 hours ago

Should more schools change the way they teach children to read?

Katy Jones Reporter from The Nelson Mail

A community meeting in Motueka on Wednesday evening is due to feature discussion with a Massey University professor, whose research shows a more phonics-based approach is needed to teaching literacy in schools. Parents lobbying nationwide for the change to "structured literacy", which teaches reading and writing consecutively, say phonics books should replace the "Ready to Read" books most schools use to help children learn to read. Do you agree?

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