Awatoto - Meeanee, Napier

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5 hours ago

Ranch Slider with deadbolt 3mts widex2.020 high

Ron & Colleen from Tamatea

Lounge Ranch Slider with deadbolt 3MtsX2.020Mts $450.00
Dining Room window 1.8Mts Wide X1.2 High $150.00
Lounge Window .910Mts Wide X2.030 Mts High $90.00
Ph 0273410786

Negotiable

11 hours ago

Lost kitten

Kelly from Pirimai

Does this kitten belong to anyone? We are not keen to have it hang out at our place unfortunately.

13 hours ago

Auction Wednesday 19 February 10am

Todd Foster from Maidens & Foster Auctioneers Ltd

FULL HOUSE - Even a garden Shed! Mannequins, Carpets, Outdoor Chairs, Motel Beds, Leather Suite, Chinese Cabinet, Quantity Antiques & Collectables, Coins, Stamps etc etc
Viewing & Bids Welcome weekdays 8-5. Late Night Tuesday to 6pm.

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6 days ago

Dog needs new home

Joanna from Marewa

Beautiful greyhound staffy cross female, 3 year old, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped needs home with space and company as she is lonely and bored due to my work commitments. Please call 0211368125.

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1 day ago

Men’s Art Deco shoes. Size 11.5

Ainslie from Ahuriri

Men’s Art Deco shoes. White/black with a touch of red. House of London, leather uppers. Very good condition, lightly worn. Size 11.5. Great for wearing with Napier Art Deco Festival. Pick up is from Ahuriri, Napier. Listed onTrade me.

Negotiable

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1 day ago

WINE BARELLS (used)

keith lines from Rotary Club of Taradale

We have a large number of wine barells to sell.
$200 whole or $100 half.
Another Rotary club fundraiser.
for futher info ph 0272346743

Price: $200

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6 days ago

NCC CEO: Wayne Jack

Jo and Jarrod from Tamatea

Wayne jack: Where do I start, salary package of 360K per annum, millions of dollars rate payers funds on your "Think Big" projects that have failed. Spying on your councillors that opposed your new pool complex plan.
Elected in by our council in 2013, then 2017 your 5 year contract ended… View more
Wayne jack: Where do I start, salary package of 360K per annum, millions of dollars rate payers funds on your "Think Big" projects that have failed. Spying on your councillors that opposed your new pool complex plan.
Elected in by our council in 2013, then 2017 your 5 year contract ended and due to any competition you were appointed for another 5 year contract and now I read in the media you are being proposed a $1000,000 payout to terminate your contract early.
It has been a win win for you at our expense and what an absolute joke you should be entitled to any such payout. I don't care about the clauses in your contract, and if any clauses should be considered what about the clause of "Serious misconduct".
The council is holding a closed meeting tomorrow to discuss this matter and apparently it is a closed meeting due to the fact it is an "Employer-Employee" matter. As ratepayers surely we are the "EMPLOYER" are we not? Why are we not entitled to know what will be discussed and what monetary figure it is going to cost us to get rid of you?
I will be glad to see the back of you to be honest as you stated in 2013...… "I look forward to working for my community". Also a joke.
Dirty Water, Infrastructure failures and nose in the public funded trough for way to long .
I will be following this with great interest as once again, decisions will be made, ratepayers funds will be paid to you Mr Jack with out any consultation apart from what goes on behind closed doors and the real funny part is.. we teach our kids, its ok to make mistakes so long as lessons are learnt along the way but in this case nothing will be learnt and we will make the same mistakes all over again. I don't mean to come across negative but one thing I have learnt is whether it be local or central governments … Its a free for all.

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2 days ago

Taradale RSA market sale

Ron from Greenmeadows

There will be a great range of Gold, Silver and Jade pendants, necklaces, bangles, bracelets, ear rings and rings along with hand carved Jade good luck items and sparkling fish hook Taonga pendants. We will also have established Air Plants on varnished driftwood and ceramic sculptures. Visit our … View moreThere will be a great range of Gold, Silver and Jade pendants, necklaces, bangles, bracelets, ear rings and rings along with hand carved Jade good luck items and sparkling fish hook Taonga pendants. We will also have established Air Plants on varnished driftwood and ceramic sculptures. Visit our stall at the Taradale RSA 9am-1pm Sunday 16th.Feb

Negotiable

2 days ago

1 bed flat/unit/studio required PALMERSTON NORTH

Shirley from Taradale

Urgently needed for 26 year old man. Present home has been sold. All options will be considered. Thanks

3 days ago

Race with all the family!

Resene

XRACE is a mystery adventure race where parent and child aged 6-14 race together, locate and complete 10 mystery challenges; racing the clock and all the other family teams. A team is made up of two people - an adult; dad or mum or a trusted relative or family friend and a child aged between 6 and … View moreXRACE is a mystery adventure race where parent and child aged 6-14 race together, locate and complete 10 mystery challenges; racing the clock and all the other family teams. A team is made up of two people - an adult; dad or mum or a trusted relative or family friend and a child aged between 6 and 14 years of age.

The challenges range from physical (like tug-of-war) to mental (like the memory challenge) to knowledge-based (like the music challenge) to fun (like painting with Resene colours).
Learn more

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3 days ago

Overpayments

Collin from Hospital Hill

When previous associate minister of health Annette King's hansard comments are factored in viz:

"They ( DHB's ) are required by the Minister of Health, who has **absolute say** over what they do through the letter of expectation, to carry out the wishes of the Government of the … View more
When previous associate minister of health Annette King's hansard comments are factored in viz:

"They ( DHB's ) are required by the Minister of Health, who has **absolute say** over what they do through the letter of expectation, to carry out the wishes of the Government of the day."

it is rather difficult to understand why DHB's Kevin Snee is given a half mil to rubber stamp M.O.H. directives.

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3 days ago

What makes a salesperson GREAT!

Updates from Cox Partners Estate Agents

During the week I have been reviewing our goals and plans for the remainder of the financial year.

I’m very proud of our people – of who they are, what they achieve and the enthusiastic, positive feedback our clients and customers provide about our people.

And I’ve been reflecting on what … View more
During the week I have been reviewing our goals and plans for the remainder of the financial year.

I’m very proud of our people – of who they are, what they achieve and the enthusiastic, positive feedback our clients and customers provide about our people.

And I’ve been reflecting on what makes a GREAT salesperson. It’s not complicated, and it’s within reach of almost anyone who wants to have a great life and is willing to work toward it.

Here are my thoughts…

DECISION
Success begins with a decision. In my experience, at some point in their career, great salespeople decide to separate themselves from mediocrity and decide to become the best they can be.

In other words, they get serious. This decision is a necessary starting point.

CHARACTER
Coupled with a decision to be great, is a commitment to follow through – and to continue to follow through – until a high level of competence is achieved. It’s easy to commit, but it takes character to follow through day after day until you reach your goal.

PERSISTENCE
Greatness doesn’t happen overnight. Setbacks are inevitable, and no matter how big the challenge, it’s going to help you get better. All winners encounter setbacks, you’ve just got to decide whether you’ll be immobilised, or instead face and conquer them.

PATIENCE
Patience is not procrastination. The difference between the two is ACTION. Winners are always doing something which makes them improve in their chosen profession. Success is rarely immediate, you must patiently work toward improving and understanding that by taking steps to improve, and acting on that knowledge, success is just a matter of time.

GETTING SERIOUS
Ordinary results are a result of ordinary knowledge and ordinary execution. Extraordinary results occur when competent people perform results-creating actions again and again.

All of this is under your control.

If you’re serious about a high-performance career, we’re seriously interested in you.

If you aspire to be part of a culture of high-performing salespeople please call me, Malcolm Cox, or Michelle Hickmott on (06) 835 4321 for a confidential conversation and a copy of our Career Information booklet.

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3 days ago

Road Signature 1923 Ford T-Bucket

Susan from Taradale

Brand new in original unopened box. A collectors item.

Price: $100

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