Toi Toi - Washington Valley, Nelson

37 minutes ago

Ladies Pants all $1 and Duvet Covers half Price

The Team from Red Cross Shop Vanguard St

Come on in this week for our amazing special on ladies pants .... all $1 each, and duvet covers all half price!

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4 hours ago

Job well done

Chris Soutar from Soutar-able Glass

Below a tricky lead light installation,by Soutar-able glass,timber beads steam bent to form a circle.
Here for most of your glass and glazing needs
Double glazing retro fit
Broken Windows
Showers Mirrors
Splash backs
Cat and dog door installation
Lead lights
Free quote or advise
View more
Below a tricky lead light installation,by Soutar-able glass,timber beads steam bent to form a circle.
Here for most of your glass and glazing needs
Double glazing retro fit
Broken Windows
Showers Mirrors
Splash backs
Cat and dog door installation
Lead lights
Free quote or advise
Friendly service
Call Chris 021642428

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4 days ago

Saving Trees from Climbing Pest Plants

Elizabeth from Maitai

Some neighbours in Atmore, Cleveland and Mayroyd Terraces have been getting together to free trees in our neighbourhood that are being strangles and suffocated by climbing pests such as Old Mans Beard, Climbing Dock, Banana Passionfruit and several others. We are meeting again this morning at … View moreSome neighbours in Atmore, Cleveland and Mayroyd Terraces have been getting together to free trees in our neighbourhood that are being strangles and suffocated by climbing pests such as Old Mans Beard, Climbing Dock, Banana Passionfruit and several others. We are meeting again this morning at 10.00 am and plan to get together monthly.


We can only work on public reserves and our own property.


If you would like to join us, or learn more about what we do, please contact me.


We have met with NCC Council Staff and now understand that the only way we will ever improve the situation is with our own efforts. The problem is too large and the costs would be too high to do this without volunteer labour. Council are ready to help with advice and information.


Nobody wants their rates to rise and so its not feasible to leave it to Council. After all, Council are us - we are in this together.


We would ask you, if you have these weeds on your property, would you be willing to remove them - or at least cut the vines out of the trees - not pull them - just leave them to die 'in situ' as this keeps spreading weed seeds to a minimum.


We weedbusters would love to see more of our friends and neighbours joining us in the effort to free our trees.


Nga mihi nui
Elizabeth

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3 days ago

Save the Maitai Petition over 12,000

Tony from Maitai

12,000 people have now registered their opposition to the urbanisation of Maitai Valley. When will NCC realise this proposal is not the silver bullet that will fix a housing crisis ? When will people realise that ruining the Maitai with houses will not stop the Waimea Plain being buried ?

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16 hours ago

Online services

Stephanie from Stoke

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Social media and … View more
New Local Business Myriad Solutions
www.neighbourly.co.nz...
We specialise in online solutions. Domain registration and management. DNS configuration. Email ans Domain email solutions and configuration. Webmaster services. Google business listings. Google SEO. Google Analytics
Social media and web integration. Photography and so much more. Call now for more information

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2 days ago

Car Servicing WOF & Oil change

Kevin from Richmond

Hi we have 2 cars that are due for their annual WOF. While having this done we always have oil & filter changed no matter what mileage done. Looking for most competitive priced outlet please that do these. Thank you.

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20 hours ago

🚗🚘🚘 Car Boot Market 🚗🚘🚘

Yvonne from Stoke

Come along and join us.

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7 days ago

3 waters and Nelson City Council

Mark from Nelson

I was wondering how many people in Nelson are aware that the Government has put in a low ball offer to buy our 3 waters infrastructure.This offer ( it won't be raised) is approximately 10% of its value. If this Govt. gets its hands on our water etc it will be run by 4 Water Authorities, the … View moreI was wondering how many people in Nelson are aware that the Government has put in a low ball offer to buy our 3 waters infrastructure.This offer ( it won't be raised) is approximately 10% of its value. If this Govt. gets its hands on our water etc it will be run by 4 Water Authorities, the boundaries for these 4 Authorities are drawn up as are the Maori Tribal Boundaries, who will be handed our water supply for free( Govt. is paying) as a joint Maori/Govt. entity. Do you think you will be paying more or paying less per litre for your own water.??
The most disturbing thing is, the NCC 's CEO and the Mayor are on the Govts. 3 waters working party. Is this a conflict of interest??
The Mayor was elected to look after the best interests of all Nelsonians and their infrastructure. I would have thought since water is our life blood it would be the very last thing you would ever sell at a marked down price. Think it's about time the Mayor and CEO were a bit more transparent and tell the people of Nelson which way they are voting. It is in the Local Body Act that any Council selling a large asset, in this case one that has been bought by the ratepayers/users over many generations, that they have to consult at length with the ratepayers and all. Therefore, surely such a big decision should go to a referendum rather than some deal done behind closed doors as has happened in the past.

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3 days ago

Pick your blooming Dog poo up

Deb from Richmond

This is for all those dog walkers around Croucher st, Jean Berryman park, the Mauri school - you know who you are!! Don’t let me catch your irresponsible ways. Walk with your dog , watch your dog when it runs off !! A small dog poo and 2 big dog poos today .

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1 day ago

BAIT CANNON CASTER

Barry from Richmond

BAIT CANNON CASTER. CAN TAKE 150PSI PRESSURE. HAS A STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CHAMBER MORE SAFER THAN THE PVC ONES
IT CAN SEND YOUR FISHING LINE OUT UP TO 200 METRES
COMES WITH 6 SMALL MOULDS AND 6 LARGE ONES.
JUST BAIT UP YOUR TRACE ,,PUT IN THE MOULD ,,FILL WITH WATER,,AND THEN IN THE FREEZER … View more
BAIT CANNON CASTER. CAN TAKE 150PSI PRESSURE. HAS A STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CHAMBER MORE SAFER THAN THE PVC ONES
IT CAN SEND YOUR FISHING LINE OUT UP TO 200 METRES
COMES WITH 6 SMALL MOULDS AND 6 LARGE ONES.
JUST BAIT UP YOUR TRACE ,,PUT IN THE MOULD ,,FILL WITH WATER,,AND THEN IN THE FREEZER AND YOU ARE GOOD TO GO FISHING.
PICKUP RICHMOND

0274 489 416

Price: $500

6 days ago

A BIG THANK YOU

Chris Soutar from Soutar-able Glass

Thank you ,for all the great feedback on recent jobs,thats awesome. I was quite touched by the amount of positive comments and feel proud to be a small local independent business. Nelson is a great community with great people. A big thank you for all the support in growing my business much … View moreThank you ,for all the great feedback on recent jobs,thats awesome. I was quite touched by the amount of positive comments and feel proud to be a small local independent business. Nelson is a great community with great people. A big thank you for all the support in growing my business much appreciated.

From double glazing to broken windows ,glad to be of service, here for all your glass needs.
For a free friendly quote or advice call Chris 021642428

1 day ago

Meet Alayne from Nelson

Chorus New Zealand

Meet Alayne from Nelson. The self-confessed technophobe who has bravely taken on Challenge Accepted to tackle her online and tech fears. "We miss out if we can't keep up with it."

Follow her inspiring journey!
Watch now

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1 day ago

Wanted Carpet

Sally from Nelson South

Wanted carpet approximately 5 x 3 meter for sleep out. 027 408 5793

Free

2 days ago

Random Acts of Kindness – August 1st to 31st

Maree Dunlop from Top of the South Neighbourhood Support

All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From giving flowers to a neighbour ‘just because’ to paying it forward in line at a cafe - 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 … View more
All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From giving flowers to a neighbour ‘just because’ to paying it forward in line at a cafe - 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:
* take a gift over to new neighbours and introduce yourself,
* build a free community library for your street,
* buy extra kai at the grocery store to donate to a food bank,
* bring treats into work for colleagues,
* send an encouraging text to someone who needs it,
* let a car into the traffic ahead of you,
* write positive messages in chalk on sidewalks around your neighbourhood,
* surprise loved ones with a visit.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re spreading kindness this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to: admin@tsns.org.nz

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2 days ago

Meet our Houseplant Hero 2021!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Please meet Alyce Read of Nelson, who uses her houseplant collection to connect with others and help them overcome mental health challenges. "You wouldn’t take a plant and put it in a dark corner and fail to water it and expect it to thrive. So we should look at ourselves … View more
Dear neighbours,

Please meet Alyce Read of Nelson, who uses her houseplant collection to connect with others and help them overcome mental health challenges. "You wouldn’t take a plant and put it in a dark corner and fail to water it and expect it to thrive. So we should look at ourselves that way," she says. "If we are not thriving in the way that we would wish, it might not be any fault of ours, it might be the conditions that we are under."

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