Stepneyville, Nelson

23 days ago

Trick or treating: Love it or hate it

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours,
Halloween is fast approaching. Some Kiwis think it's great fun and go all out with decorations and lollies. Others just want to shut their doors and be left alone, leave it to the Americans.

Do you celebrate Halloween at your house? Why or why not?
And If you don't like… View more
Hey neighbours,
Halloween is fast approaching. Some Kiwis think it's great fun and go all out with decorations and lollies. Others just want to shut their doors and be left alone, leave it to the Americans.

Do you celebrate Halloween at your house? Why or why not?
And If you don't like trick or treating, how do you make it clear your house is a no-go zone?

We're keen to talk to some people who feel strongly about Halloween one way or the other. If you have thoughts to share, please email homed@stuff.co.nz and we'll be in touch.

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24 days ago

Warmer weather means you'll be seeing more of us out and about in the community. 😎👋

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Great to see Neighbourhood Support members in Hamilton, Ashburton and Rodney this month helping neighbours get better connected, supported and prepared.

From our whare to yours, wishing everyone a safe and fun Labour Day weekend ahead!

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24 days ago

Gas cooktop

Ian from Stoke

Fisher and paykel 5 burner gas cooktop for sale due to renovation. In great condition.
Width 914mm Depth 546mm Height 76mm
Welcome to come and view in Stoke

Price: $200

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24 days ago

Garage Sale

Kay from Enner Glynn

Decades of memorabilia in this garage sale. This Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm, Coster Street, Enner Glynn. There will be a notice on the gate. See you there

Negotiable

24 days ago

Special prices for our special editions!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

You'll see this promotion in our upcoming November issue, but it's so exciting we can't wait to show you! Our annual Garden Diary for 2020 PLUS a special edition to commemorate our 75th anniversary this year, How To Grow Veges 1944-2019. You can order them now for the early bird … View moreYou'll see this promotion in our upcoming November issue, but it's so exciting we can't wait to show you! Our annual Garden Diary for 2020 PLUS a special edition to commemorate our 75th anniversary this year, How To Grow Veges 1944-2019. You can order them now for the early bird price of $11.90 each - that's a 25% savings off the retail price of $15.90 (offer will end when they hit the newsstands next month). Order online or phone 0800 624 744.

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24 days ago

Find instant savings with SuperGold

SuperGold

SuperGold helps 750,000 older New Zealanders stretch their money further.

There’s more than 10,000 places across the country giving SuperGold discounts and special offers on everyday essentials like fuel, food, travel and healthcare.

But how do you find them? SuperGold has that sorted with… View more
SuperGold helps 750,000 older New Zealanders stretch their money further.

There’s more than 10,000 places across the country giving SuperGold discounts and special offers on everyday essentials like fuel, food, travel and healthcare.

But how do you find them? SuperGold has that sorted with a brand new website and app - great for the many tech-savvy over 65s.

The app is the fastest and easiest way to find discounts and offers when you’re out and about. So why not take advantage?

Visit www.supergold.govt.nz to find out more, or download the free SuperGoldNZ app for your smartphone or tablet, from the App Store or Google Play.
Find out more

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24 days ago

How will you be watching the game this weekend?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Why not challenge yourself to watch the game with your neighbours? It could be as simple as inviting the guy next door along to the pub or organising a BBQ. Let us know your plans and win prizes! Final draw takes place on Monday. Find out more here #neighbourlysupporters

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25 days ago

Does your body hurt?

Sally from Todds Valley

Tired of your aches and pains, and you have exhausted all avenues...give ConTact C.A.R.E a try...

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24 days ago

Kogan Wireless Rear View Reversing Camera and Screen

Gerald from The Wood

Unused 12 Volt reversing camera.
I bought this and realised that I needed a 24 volt system for my campervan. I went with the Kogan System because it has good reviews. In the box are the camera and connections, the screen which clips over your rear view mirror and acts as a mirror normally but … View more
Unused 12 Volt reversing camera.
I bought this and realised that I needed a 24 volt system for my campervan. I went with the Kogan System because it has good reviews. In the box are the camera and connections, the screen which clips over your rear view mirror and acts as a mirror normally but changes to a rear view screen when you put the car in reverse
Specifications
Audio

Signal-to-Noise Ratio 48dB

Connectivity

Operational Frequency Horizontal Sync: 15.625KHz/15.734KHz, Vertical Sync: 50Hz/60Hz

Dimensions

Dimensions Camera Face: 6.3 x 3.1cm View Screen: 25 x 11cm

Mounting Clearance Minimum Mirror to Roof of Car: 35mm

Display

Resolution 480 x 234

Size 7.0"

TV System PAL

Electrical

Operating Current 80mA

General

Operating Temperature -10℃ to 46°C

Storage Temperature -30℃ to 60℃

Inputs

Power DC 12V 6-7W

Lens

Lens Type 1.8mm E=2.0

Optical

Viewing/Filming Angle 120'

Outputs

Video 1.0P.P.750hm

Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year

White Balance

Modes Auto

Price: $70

25 days ago

Safety warning for trampers

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Police are reminding people to be prepared and notify others of their plans ahead of Labour Weekend.

If you are planning to take to mountain and bush tracks, ensure you have suitable equipment and enough supplies; maps, a compass, personal locator beacon and a cellphone; and always leave … View more
Police are reminding people to be prepared and notify others of their plans ahead of Labour Weekend.

If you are planning to take to mountain and bush tracks, ensure you have suitable equipment and enough supplies; maps, a compass, personal locator beacon and a cellphone; and always leave detailed trip intentions with a contact person.

See sample Outdoor Intentions Form here.

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