Pakowhai - Waiohiki, Napier

1 hour ago

Mobile ATM hire

Julie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

Hi neighbours.
My market is coming together, at last. However, I’m struggling to find a mobile/portable ATM. Does anyone know who owns the ones at the Farmers Market?

Also, would anyone be interested in busking at my market? A chance to get some exposure and earn some money from visitors.

1 day ago

Translator required

Vaughan & Karen Neighbourly Lead from Hastings Central

Hi,
I am looking for a person who can help me with English to Portuguese written translations.
I have a series of 50 minute Christian teaching videos that I want to translate into Portuguese. Will pay to have this done.

Please message me back if you are interested.

Vaughan

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21 hours ago

Lawnboy Sprayer

Ron & Colleen from Tamatea

Lawnboy Sprayer Brand New Never used paid $399.00 will sell for $300.00
Contact Colleen 0273410786

Price: $300

1 day ago

Pet of The Month

Helen from Maraenui

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MR Dash loves some people but takes his time to trust people who he meets . He loveshaving a pat before bed time. He can find it hard sometimes orientate himself but is confident once he is comfortable with his space. MR Dash has been at the SPCA center for 170 days and would … View more
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MR Dash loves some people but takes his time to trust people who he meets . He loveshaving a pat before bed time. He can find it hard sometimes orientate himself but is confident once he is comfortable with his space. MR Dash has been at the SPCA center for 170 days and would really love to meet his forever family.
Aww...poor buddy.
We have recently adopted so sadly we can't. 6 months waiting, the poor wee guy.

1 day ago

Subscribe to Stuff's First Time Buyers' Club

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Making it onto the first rung of the property ladder can be an incredibly rewarding journey – and Stuff is here to help you through.

Stuff Homed has launched the First Time Buyers’ Club, an email series to help you navigate the equal-parts exciting and terrifying process of buying your first… View more
Making it onto the first rung of the property ladder can be an incredibly rewarding journey – and Stuff is here to help you through.

Stuff Homed has launched the First Time Buyers’ Club, an email series to help you navigate the equal-parts exciting and terrifying process of buying your first ever home. When you join our six-week LearnStuff course, you’ll get an email every week giving you all the basics on what you need to know, who you need on your side, and what you need to do at each stage of the journey.

We can’t make the houses any cheaper, but we can guide you through the process, share some tips from the experts, and help you avoid some of the trips and traps.

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5 days ago

Suggest a podiatrist please

Shiva from Greenmeadows

Hi community, can you please suggest a podiatrist in Napier ( specialized in diabetic foot). My mum is visiting us for 3 months and has a foot ulcer which needs dressing every week. I want to know someone genuine and does a good job please. Thanks in advance.

1 day ago

Wanting

Paula from Taradale

Does anyone have a hair dryer please

1 day ago

Experience the Secrets of Southeast Asia on this Viking Cruise - 15 days Bali to Singapore

Jenny Nilsson from House of Travel Jenny Nilsson

Explore the colorful tapestry of Southeast Asia and unveil a captivating blend of ancient cultures. Witness the beauty of Bali as you discover its intriguing world of temples and centuries-old crafts. Sample flavorful cuisine and delve deep into the history of Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as … View moreExplore the colorful tapestry of Southeast Asia and unveil a captivating blend of ancient cultures. Witness the beauty of Bali as you discover its intriguing world of temples and centuries-old crafts. Sample flavorful cuisine and delve deep into the history of Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon. Enjoy the serenity of Koh Samui and cosmopolitan Singapore’s cultural diversity. Overnight stays in three ports bring a wealth of exciting experiences.

From AUD$4995pp in veranda stateroom (save up to AUD$8000 per couple) - departs 18 March 2023. Book by 31 October 2022 unless sold out prior!

Call us on Hastings 06 878 8858 or Havelock North 06 877 8737 to find out more!

2 days ago

What is Fabric Pilling?

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean (Hawkes Bay Chem-Dry)

Whilst it can be unsightly, pilling is not a fabric defect or flaw.

You’ve no doubt had clothing, furniture or blankets that have developed ‘pills’ over time, or little lint balls, that can make the fabric look worn. This undesired texture is caused by loose or broken fabric fibres that … View more
Whilst it can be unsightly, pilling is not a fabric defect or flaw.

You’ve no doubt had clothing, furniture or blankets that have developed ‘pills’ over time, or little lint balls, that can make the fabric look worn. This undesired texture is caused by loose or broken fabric fibres that rise to the surface and knot together after being rubbed or subjected to any friction. The loose fibres that are bunched into balls also bring in strands that are still secured to the fabric itself, thus the balls stick around on the exterior. Even though people are dismayed to see pilling on their items, understanding fabric pilling helps to prevent and remove these bothersome balls.

Causes of Fabric Pilling
What does it mean when fabric is pilling? Pilling is a result of normal wear and tear that causes friction on the fabric. Simply wearing clothes, using your couch or otherwise rubbing up against the material gives the possibility of pilling. Washing and drying clothes or fabric can also speed up the pilling process as it causes multiple surfaces to rub together fairly quickly and for a long period of time.

Sometimes you can have pilling that differs in colour to the base fabric as multiple coloured fibres have migrated and twisted together. Although not desired, a little decorative perhaps?

Pilling is more noticeable on synthetic fibres. This is mainly because natural fabrics shed loose fibres easily and naturally slip away so they tend to not become matted into balls. However, synthetic fibres are extremely strong, so it will pill and then remain strongly attached to the fabric.

Keep reading: www.curtainclean.co.nz...

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2 days ago

Your children are amazing!

NumberWorks'nWords Hawkes Bay

Every child is unique. At NumberWorks'nWords, we know that your child is amazing already. We just help them prove it, so that they shine when it's their time! ?

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2 days ago

What would you add to this list of budget-boosting crops?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Have you grown these veges and fruits, and what's on your list of money savers and budget boosters?

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3 days ago

Doug's Lawnmower Services

Doug & Lesley from Tamatea

I buy old mowers for $20 (reasonable condition). I repair/restore and on-sell old mowers which come with a warranty.
Good second hand parts available.
Good Old Fashioned Service! Ph Doug 021 20 30 615

Price: $20

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3 days ago

FABULOUS CAT SHOW

Gaynor from Onekawa

PATCHES & POINTED CAT CLUB (a non-profit club) are holding the first CAT SHOW in 10 years here in Napier... FABULOUS CATS of every Breed, Plus great DOOR PRIZES...Come along everyone...

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3 days ago

Piñata

The Team from Red Cross Shop Napier

Piñata party game decoration
Red Cross Dalton Street Napier

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3 days ago

Rectangle trampoline

Fran from Clive

Wanting to buy a small rectangular trampoline, foam pads not necessary

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