Britannia Heights, Nelson

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23 days ago

Free Breadmaker, needs a new bread pan but machine works fine

Shane from Enner Glynn

Free to a good home, simply needs a new pan. Makes beautiful bread, but pan used to stick real bad, then pan started to leak. Have replaced the blades but will need a new pan.
Breville Bakers Oven model.

Free

23 days ago

Time to batten down the hatches neighbours!

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

MetService has issued a strong wind watch for the following areas (keep up to date here).

Area: Wairarapa north of Masterton.
Valid: 20 hours from 1:00pm Friday to 9:00am Saturday.
Forecast: Westerly winds may approach severe gale in exposed places. Please note: Westerly gales may return for a… View more
MetService has issued a strong wind watch for the following areas (keep up to date here).

Area: Wairarapa north of Masterton.
Valid: 20 hours from 1:00pm Friday to 9:00am Saturday.
Forecast: Westerly winds may approach severe gale in exposed places. Please note: Westerly gales may return for a time during Sunday.

Area: Nelson
Valid: 15 hours from 4:00pm Friday to 7:00am Saturday.
Forecast: Southwest winds may approach severe gale in exposed places.

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23 days ago

Free Sunbeam Nutri Oven broken thermostat

Shane from Enner Glynn

Thermostat has gone on our Sunbeam Nutri oven so we have bought a new one & anyone who would like to fix it is welcome to take it.
Numbers have been washed off with temp & timer dials but happy to pen key points in if you would like.

Free

23 days ago

Tidy Toddler

The Team from Resene ColorShop Nelson

Keep it sweet and simple when it comes to keeping your toddler’s bedroom tidy. This toy box created out of a wooden crate is a clever idea for storing toys and books – and it looks great, too.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out howView more
Keep it sweet and simple when it comes to keeping your toddler’s bedroom tidy. This toy box created out of a wooden crate is a clever idea for storing toys and books – and it looks great, too.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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23 days ago

Want to promote your services on Neighbourly?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbourly is a great place to get extra profile for your product or business - but commercial messaging without a Business profile is a Neighbourly no-no.

To advertise your services you need to set up a Premium Business Listing.

Whether you're a local tradie, a massage therapist, a … View more
Neighbourly is a great place to get extra profile for your product or business - but commercial messaging without a Business profile is a Neighbourly no-no.

To advertise your services you need to set up a Premium Business Listing.

Whether you're a local tradie, a massage therapist, a life coach or a computer fixer-upperer, if you're making money from the service you're offering and/or are a registered business, a Neighbourly business profile is for you!

Your services can then be found in the local Business Directory on Neighbourly - a one-stop shop of businesses, tradies and services in your community.

Find out more about setting up your business profile here.

If you’re unsure whether a business profile is for you, check out our Help section, or feel free to contact us.
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23 days ago

Red Cross Journey 2019

The Team from New Zealand Red Cross

Red Cross Journey 2019 registrations are now open!
Grab your neighbours, friends, whānau and sign up to the challenge.

This is the perfect opportunity to boost your mood, improve your energy and best of all, help people in need in your communities and overseas.

Walk, run, dance, jump, or… View more
Red Cross Journey 2019 registrations are now open!
Grab your neighbours, friends, whānau and sign up to the challenge.

This is the perfect opportunity to boost your mood, improve your energy and best of all, help people in need in your communities and overseas.

Walk, run, dance, jump, or hop 10,000 steps a day and learn about global and local events and get to know real people who have been affected by disaster or conflict. Your fundraising efforts will go towards helping others, just like the people you will learn about.

Registrations are now open!

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26 days ago

Poll: What does a "city for all ages" need?

Skara Bohny Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Nelson council recently announced a project to develop Nelson into a "city for all ages", planning for an increasing elderly population and making the city pleasant for younger people too. What do you think the key thing a city for all ages needs? Vote in the poll and let us know in the … View moreNelson council recently announced a project to develop Nelson into a "city for all ages", planning for an increasing elderly population and making the city pleasant for younger people too. What do you think the key thing a city for all ages needs? Vote in the poll and let us know in the comments!
www.stuff.co.nz...

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What does a "city for all ages" need?
  • 38.8% Public and active transport options
    38.8% Complete
  • 10.4% Free public green spaces
    10.4% Complete
  • 35.8% More affordable housing
    35.8% Complete
  • 14.9% Something else - I'll explain in the comments
    14.9% Complete
67 votes
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23 days ago

Electric Bike

Doug from The Wood

For Sale Ezee Sprint electric bike. Only one year old so in excellence condition. Any question please message 0275482265 or email me .

Price: $2,200

23 days ago

Poll: Do you agree with the government's proposed changes to NMIT?

Tim Newman Reporter from The Nelson Mail

On Thursday the government announced they would be bringing New Zealand's 16 institutes of technology and polytechnics together to operate as a single national campus network.

www.stuff.co.nz...

Do you think this will be a positive or negative change for Nelson and NMIT?

Vote in the poll … View more
On Thursday the government announced they would be bringing New Zealand's 16 institutes of technology and polytechnics together to operate as a single national campus network.

www.stuff.co.nz...

Do you think this will be a positive or negative change for Nelson and NMIT?

Vote in the poll and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Do you agree with the government's proposed changes to NMIT?
  • 33.3% Yes - it will give students more education opportunities
    33.3% Complete
  • 63.5% No - NMIT will lose too much of its regional autonomy
    63.5% Complete
  • 3.2% It's more complicated than that - I'll let you know in the comments
    3.2% Complete
63 votes
24 days ago

Random Acts of Kindness – August 1st to 31st 💖

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From paying it forward in line at a cafe to giving flowers to a friend ‘just because’ - this month we’re encouraging our members and supporters to make New Zealand a better place one random act of kindness at a time.

The options for … View more
All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From paying it forward in line at a cafe to giving flowers to a friend ‘just because’ - this month we’re encouraging our members and supporters to make New Zealand a better place one random act of kindness at a time.

The options for doing so are endless! Being kind doesn’t have to cost a thing, after all a smile is free. For those who want to go the extra mile, here’s some other ideas: Buy extra kai at the grocery store to donate to a food pantry, help someone with a broken down car or flat tire, bring treats into work for colleagues, send an encouraging text to someone who needs it, let a car into the traffic ahead of you, take a gift over to new neighbours and introduce yourself, write positive messages in chalk on sidewalks around your neighbourhood, or surprise loved ones with a visit.

This month also coincides with World Humanitarian Day on August 19th and Random Acts of Kindness Day (New Zealand) which is on September 1st.

Let us know how you’re spreading kindness in your community by tagging us in your posts + using the following hashtag so we can see what you get up to:

#NSNZrandomactsofkindness

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24 days ago

Tasman v Otago - This Fri 6pm

Mel from Stepneyville

This Friday 6pm - Trafalgar Park

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24 days ago

Poll: What's the most popular night to eat fish and chips?

Virginia Fallon Reporter from Sunday Star Times

While there's no doubt kiwis love their fish and chips, we want to know what's the most popular night to eat them on. Is the takeaway an early-week treat for you or something you get on the weekends? Let us know!
Edited: Thanks for all your responses! With Friday the clear favourite … View more
While there's no doubt kiwis love their fish and chips, we want to know what's the most popular night to eat them on. Is the takeaway an early-week treat for you or something you get on the weekends? Let us know!
Edited: Thanks for all your responses! With Friday the clear favourite here's hoping you enjoy tonight's takeaways :)

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What's the most popular night to eat fish and chips?
  • 1.3% Monday
    1.3% Complete
  • 1.6% Tuesday
    1.6% Complete
  • 3.1% Wednesday
    3.1% Complete
  • 6.2% Thursday
    6.2% Complete
  • 68.1% Friday
    68.1% Complete
  • 12.8% Saturday
    12.8% Complete
  • 6.8% Sunday
    6.8% Complete
1635 votes
24 days ago

Increasing fees make Abel Tasman more expensive for visitors

Samantha Gee Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Water taxi trips into the national park will soon cost more as access fees for tourism operators increase. Do you want to know how that money is spent?

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24 days ago

Should you be leaving your heat pump on?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

There's no escaping this icy blast and the chilly temperatures make it tempting to leave your heat pump on, but should you? We've asked some energy experts for the best way to use your heat pump to keep your home toasty, and your energy bills down - and their answers may surprise you. … View moreThere's no escaping this icy blast and the chilly temperatures make it tempting to leave your heat pump on, but should you? We've asked some energy experts for the best way to use your heat pump to keep your home toasty, and your energy bills down - and their answers may surprise you. Check them out, here.

And if you don't have a heat pump, don't despair. There's plenty you can do to make your heating more efficient and your home a little warmer... Here are some common home heating mistakes you may be making and how to fix them.

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