Onekawa, Napier

8 days 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.

7 days ago

Have you experienced Readers Tours? We'd love your feedback

The Team from Readers Tours

If you have been on a journey with Readers Tours we would love to hear your feedback and share your experience with others.

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7 days ago

Fundraising for Mental Health Foundation NZ - Running 1830 km in 2020

Jean-Fabien from Napier South

Hey,

My name is Jean; for the last 48 days, and for the next 318 days, I'm running a minimum of 5 km/day to raise awareness about the importance of Mental Health in our communities.

We all have a friend, a sister or brother. a workmate, or someone in our whanau suffering from depression, … View more
Hey,

My name is Jean; for the last 48 days, and for the next 318 days, I'm running a minimum of 5 km/day to raise awareness about the importance of Mental Health in our communities.

We all have a friend, a sister or brother. a workmate, or someone in our whanau suffering from depression, post traumatic stress disorder, sometimes all the way down to suicidal tendencies. Often we don't know about it, because of the stigma associated with it. And when we get to know about it, it might be too late.

So every day in 2020, I'm running 5km to bring that up and raise funds for Mental Health Foundation NZ.
This is the equivalent of running from Whangarei down to Invercargill.
Mental Health Foundation NZ work in schools, so that it gets easier to reach out when you need it, early on. Their work is key to helping those in distress.

I'm asking for your help here, because you can do something about it.

Have you or a close friend/relative been affected by mental health issues? Please donate at givealittle.co.nz... and make a difference today!

All donations go straight to Mental Health Foundation NZ (minus the givealittle fee) and are tax deductible.

If you see me running around your neighborhood (I wear a purple "I'm sweating for Mental Health" t-shirt), please give me a wave or a hi-five ;-)

You can follow me at twitter.com...
If you're a strava user: www.strava.com...

Many thanks

Jean

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14 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.

7 days ago

We go to any length

Continuous Spouting Hawkes Bay Ltd

Holidays are over back into another massive year... Give us a call for all your fascia and spouting needs... 0800222900

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7 days ago

Antique Coffee table

Hannah from Napier South

Great condition

Price: $50

7 days ago

Senior Citizen discount

Carla Pell from CASK Spouting

We offer a 10% discount to the Senior Citizens in our community.
Get in touch today for an honest assessment of your spouting and an obligation free quote.
0800 2 SPOUT enquiries@caskspouting.co.nz
www.caskspouting.co.nz...

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7 days ago

Auction 10am Wednesday 19 February

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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8 days 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

8 days 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.

8 days ago

Pioneering retirement for a trailblazing generation

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Our residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.… View moreOur residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.

Ryman has been pioneering retirement living for 35 years. Our New Zealand and Australian villages are named after trailblazers: Sir Edmund Hilary, Weary Dunlop, Rita Angus, Nellie Melba. We always have, and always will, challenge the status quo and adapt to better serve our residents.
Find out more

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9 days 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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9 days ago

WINE BARRELS (used) NEW STOCK JUST ARRIVED

keith lines from Rotary Club of Taradale

We have a large number of wine barrels to sell.
$200 whole or $100 half.
Another Rotary club fundraiser.
for more info ph 0272346743,
BARRELS CAN BE SEEN AT THE PUKETAPU AUCTION & FAIR 8TH MARCH,,NEAR THE PUKRTAPU HOTEL

Price: $200

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13 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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