Bayview - Eskdale, Napier

11 hours ago

Congratulations to the PM

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford have welcomed a baby girl. To read more, click here.

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8 days ago

Poll: Is there still a place for marmalade in your kitchen... and your heart?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Once upon a time, marmalade on toast was a winter staple. In our upcoming July issue though, gardening guru Lynda Hallinan says marmalade is in danger of extinction because fewer and fewer people are buying, making or eating it! So tell us: Do you still like marmalade? Yes or no, don't forget …View moreOnce upon a time, marmalade on toast was a winter staple. In our upcoming July issue though, gardening guru Lynda Hallinan says marmalade is in danger of extinction because fewer and fewer people are buying, making or eating it! So tell us: Do you still like marmalade? Yes or no, don't forget to tell us why.

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Is there still a place for marmalade in your kitchen... and your heart?
  • 79.4% Yum and yes please, I love marmalade!
    79.4% Complete
  • 20.6% No, thank you!
    20.6% Complete
1823 votes
14 hours ago

Poll: Would you give your teenager a double bed?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Does it make sense to buy teenagers bigger beds so they have more room to grow? Or, like writer and mum Jayne D'Arcy, do you think a double could equal trouble later on?

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Would you give your teenager a double bed?
  • 40.8% Yes, single beds aren't big enough
    40.8% Complete
  • 41.2% It depends on the size of the room
    41.2% Complete
  • 18% No, a single bed is all they need
    18% Complete
850 votes
15 hours ago

Poll: Should public holidays be scrapped in NZ?

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

After debate around whether Matariki should become a public holiday, ACT leader David Seymour said he was "open" to public holidays being scrapped in New Zealand - well, all but Anzac and Waitangi.

He says people should be able to make their own holiday arrangements, rather than the …View more
After debate around whether Matariki should become a public holiday, ACT leader David Seymour said he was "open" to public holidays being scrapped in New Zealand - well, all but Anzac and Waitangi.

He says people should be able to make their own holiday arrangements, rather than the Government telling us when to take the day off.

We want to know your thoughts. Should people be able to make their own holiday arrangements? Or should we leave our holidays as is?

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Should public holidays be scrapped in NZ?
  • 4.2% Yes, let's scrap them
    4.2% Complete
  • 90.6% No, leave them as is
    90.6% Complete
  • 5.2% Let's just keep Anzac and Waitangi Day
    5.2% Complete
1048 votes
3 days ago

Packing boxes/paper

Sandy from Hospital Hill

We are moving house soon and I'm wondering if anyone who has just moved has packing boxes and paper and would like it taken off their hands? Would be much appreciated, thank you.

16 hours ago

Karate Training- Learn confidence & gain Strength

Nicki Robottom from Bay Karate & Kobudo Club

Winter is here, come and train with us for the rest of the year.
Only $150.
Learn, Sweat & Sweat some more.
12 years and up.

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1 day ago

Fresh Start Cleaning

Lee from Poraiti

Taking on new clients,I supply my own products and clean to a high standard,feel free to call 0279628193

22 hours ago

Baby gate wanted

Tina from Tamatea

Hi all, we have an small older dog, and we think due to the cold wet weather, he has decided to go into the lounge when no one is in there and pee on the carpet. We are looking for a baby gate to borrow, have or buy so we can keep this shut when no one is in the lounge room. Thank you for your …View moreHi all, we have an small older dog, and we think due to the cold wet weather, he has decided to go into the lounge when no one is in there and pee on the carpet. We are looking for a baby gate to borrow, have or buy so we can keep this shut when no one is in the lounge room. Thank you for your help.

1 day ago

Say thanks to our volunteers

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Our dedicated Fire and Emergency volunteers help keep our communities safe.

So this National Volunteer Week, why not say a big thank you? Here’s how: head to our #LetsHearIt page on Neighbourly and let them know why you’re thankful for what they do.

Our Fire and Emergency New Zealand …View more
Our dedicated Fire and Emergency volunteers help keep our communities safe.

So this National Volunteer Week, why not say a big thank you? Here’s how: head to our #LetsHearIt page on Neighbourly and let them know why you’re thankful for what they do.

Our Fire and Emergency New Zealand volunteers are always standing by to help out when they’re needed. Thank you for letting them know how grateful you are for everything they do to keep us all safe.
Share your message now

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2 days ago

Carpet needed

Janet from Bayview - Eskdale

Hi everyone, is there any carpet out there that's looking for a new home? I need some for my awning putting down floors this week.Anything considered. Thank you

3 days ago

Find your potential with a BA

Massey University

Future proof yourself. Learn to always be thinking one step ahead so that you can thrive with change. Enrol in a Bachelor of Arts at Massey today and build the skills that employers are demanding. Find out more

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4 days ago

Become a volunteer and create change in your community

Sarah Macdonald from Volunteering New Zealand

It's National Volunteer Week!

Volunteers create positive change on many fronts – human rights, faith communities, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, arts and culture, emergency services, the environment and conservation, animal welfare, and community support …View more
It's National Volunteer Week!

Volunteers create positive change on many fronts – human rights, faith communities, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, arts and culture, emergency services, the environment and conservation, animal welfare, and community support development – the list is endless.

If you're interested in volunteering please check out the link below to find out about the different ways you can volunteer:

nationalvolunteerweek.nz...

National Volunteer Week (17 - 23 June). The NVW 2018 theme: Volunteers, The Heart of our Community – By many, the work will be completed, Mā tini, mā mano, ka rapa te whai.


#NVW2018

nationalvolunteerweek.nz/volunteer/
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11 days ago

What do you think about our airports?

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

Hi Hawke's Bay,

Auckland's airport has been under fire recently and it got us wondering about what Kiwis think about their local airport. We want to hear about your airport experiences. What do you think are the best and worst Koru lounges in NZ? What are some of the weirdest or …View more
Hi Hawke's Bay,

Auckland's airport has been under fire recently and it got us wondering about what Kiwis think about their local airport. We want to hear about your airport experiences. What do you think are the best and worst Koru lounges in NZ? What are some of the weirdest or quirkiest airports you've been to in NZ? Email your thoughts to our travel reporter at lorna.thornber@stuff.co.nz. (If commenting, please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not want your images/comments used on Stuff).”

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7 days ago

Poll: Chokos: what to do with a bumper crop?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Here's a question from a reader of NZ Gardener, Ash in Whangamomona, who wants to know what to do with 100kg of chokos! He's looking for ideas to manage a bumper choko crop. And feel free to share more ideas in the Reply space.

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Chokos: what to do with a bumper crop?
  • 62.1% Give them to your friends
    62.1% Complete
  • 16.6% Give them to your enemies
    16.6% Complete
  • 6.8% Preserve (Reply to tell us how)
    6.8% Complete
  • 14.5% Throw them in your compost
    14.5% Complete
842 votes
5 days ago

A chance to say thank you

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Let’s hear it for the amazing Fire and Emergency volunteers who help keep our communities safe.

This National Volunteer Week, head to the LetsHearIt landing page on Neighbourly and share a few words about why you’re thankful for what our volunteers do to keep our communities safe. We’ll …View more
Let’s hear it for the amazing Fire and Emergency volunteers who help keep our communities safe.

This National Volunteer Week, head to the LetsHearIt landing page on Neighbourly and share a few words about why you’re thankful for what our volunteers do to keep our communities safe. We’ll make sure they hear your message loud and clear.

Knowing how much we value their sacrifices is part of what keeps Fire and Emergency New Zealand volunteers going. Thank you for letting them know how grateful you are for everything they do.
Share your message now

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