Atawhai, Nelson

14 hours ago

How often do you get your chimney cleaned?

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Many insurance companies require home owners to clean their chimneys regularly to ensure cover. How often do you clean your chimney and when? Tell us in the 'Reply' below.

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7 hours ago

Small automatic car wanted to buy

Marcia from The Wood

Elderly lady would like small car low mileage
Prefer no space saver and under ten yrs old or close
Please call or text Marcia 0272498893 thanks

10 hours ago

Femme Natale - comedy skits about motherhood

Jenny from Nelson

Femme Natale is a comedy inspired by the hilarity and reality of the extraordinary but very ordinary experiences of pregnancy and small children, acted by some mothers and one father. It is directed and co-written by Fingal Pollock, a born and bred Nelsonian.
Suter Theatre 208 Bridge Street, … View more
Femme Natale is a comedy inspired by the hilarity and reality of the extraordinary but very ordinary experiences of pregnancy and small children, acted by some mothers and one father. It is directed and co-written by Fingal Pollock, a born and bred Nelsonian.
Suter Theatre 208 Bridge Street, Nelson
February 28 and 29, 7.30 pm. Bar and door sales open at 7.00 pm.
Book at www.ticketrocket.co.nz... 0800 224 224
Cost: $24.00 plus service fees.

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11 hours ago

lamp

Teresa from Tahunanui

Table lamp - base measures 40cm in height. Brand new drum shade. Very good condition.

Price: $30

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13 hours ago

What's On: Fundraising Pizza night

Daniela from Enner Glynn

Enjoy a lovely Friday out with authentic italian pizza. 28th of February and 6th of March. Contact Daniela for more info 021554619
Fundraising Pizza night
  • Club Italia
19 hours ago

Why we're putting quality first...

Cooper's Pet Kitchen

Hi neighbours! At Cooper's Pet Kitchen our food is free of cheap fillers like grains, corn, soy & wheat... but what does that really mean?

It means there’s more protein-packed nutrition in every bite. We’re big believers in quality over quantity so while our food may be a little … View more
Hi neighbours! At Cooper's Pet Kitchen our food is free of cheap fillers like grains, corn, soy & wheat... but what does that really mean?

It means there’s more protein-packed nutrition in every bite. We’re big believers in quality over quantity so while our food may be a little more expensive than some, its nutrient density makes for smaller portions with more readily absorbable nutrients.

Get more bang for your dog’s bite with 50% OFF your first order with code NEIGHBOURLY.

This also means a decrease in what comes out the other end... less 'picking up' what they’re 'putting down' at the dog park if you catch our drift.
Find out more

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20 days ago

The first Readers Tour in 2020 is...

The Team from Readers Tours

The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit … View more
The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit www.readerstours.co.nz... to find out more or call us on 0800 080 099.

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1 day ago

Hold on, it's the end of the Holden! What are your Holden memories?

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

It's the end of an era for a truly New Zealand car which spans generations and is the pride of many Kiwi families. How do you feel about the end of Holden? What are your memories of having a Holden in the family? Do you own a Holden you're attached to? Tell us below.

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2 days ago

Port Nelson 17.2.2020

Michael from The Wood

Low cloud over Port Nelson on the evening of the 17.2.2020

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2 days ago

Under new rules, landlords would have to give a reason for evicting tenants

Amy Ridout Reporter from The Nelson Mail

A bill that will revamp the rules for New Zealand's residential tenancy market has been introduced to Parliament.

One of the changes is to require landlords to give a reason for evicting tenants, if they give 90 days' notice. Under the current rules, no reason is required.

Do you think … View more
A bill that will revamp the rules for New Zealand's residential tenancy market has been introduced to Parliament.

One of the changes is to require landlords to give a reason for evicting tenants, if they give 90 days' notice. Under the current rules, no reason is required.

Do you think landlords should have to give a reason to evict tenants? Have you ever been evicted without reason?

1 day ago

Help us be there.

NZ Red Cross

Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the… View more
Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the country. We would love to have you on our team.
Sign up today

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2 days ago

Cruise Ship " Seabourn Encore"

Michael from The Wood

Two Port Nelson Tugs escort Cruise Ship " Seabourn Encore" Out of the Port Nelson Channel on a Low Cloud evening of the 17.2.2020

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2 days ago

The Great Tax Robbery

Tony from Tahunanui

The Great Tax Robbery

If you are able to save from your salary or wages you are being robbed – not by the banks but by the government.
Once you have, say, $1000 saved you may prefer to risk it on the share market but until you do the following happens (using current BNZ rates as it is our … View more
The Great Tax Robbery

If you are able to save from your salary or wages you are being robbed – not by the banks but by the government.
Once you have, say, $1000 saved you may prefer to risk it on the share market but until you do the following happens (using current BNZ rates as it is our biggest bank but use your own figures, it does not change the story):
$1000 invested at 2.6% for 12 months gains $26 interest. Tax (at 30%) takes $7.80 leaving a new total of $1018.20 which ‘looks like’ profit of $18.20 BUT IS NOT.
With inflation (around) 2% though the real value, the purchasing power, of your original $1000 PLUS that interest (1018.20 x 0.98) is now only $997.84
Your $1000 (in terms of what it can buy) has lost money and the Government has taxed your losses – this only happens to savers, generally working people and the retired, not rich investors.
Robbery.

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