Ngaruawahia, Ngaruawahia

41 days ago

Poll: How would you spend your spare cash?

energyclubnz

Across New Zealand, the average Kiwi household is spending $2200 on electricity every year. What would you do with that money if you had a year off from paying the electricity bill?

Get a bill comparison from one of our customer champions and you will go into the draw to win a year of free … View more
Across New Zealand, the average Kiwi household is spending $2200 on electricity every year. What would you do with that money if you had a year off from paying the electricity bill?

Get a bill comparison from one of our customer champions and you will go into the draw to win a year of free electricity from energyclubnz.

T&Cs apply.

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How would you spend your spare cash?
  • 46.9% Save it all!
    46.9% Complete
  • 37.6% Go on a holiday
    37.6% Complete
  • 6% Spend up large on a shopping spree
    6% Complete
  • 6.5% Upgrade the TV or computer
    6.5% Complete
  • 3% Donate to charity
    3% Complete
1115 votes
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41 days ago

Free reading and writing support for teens

Rebecca from Pirongia - Karamu

Free lessons by phone or Skype by national charity the Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust: 1 in 10 New Zealanders lack the literacy skills they need to fully participate in society. Literacy changes lives.

"As children transition from primary to secondary school, their levels of literacy … View more
Free lessons by phone or Skype by national charity the Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust: 1 in 10 New Zealanders lack the literacy skills they need to fully participate in society. Literacy changes lives.

"As children transition from primary to secondary school, their levels of literacy engagement and mental wellbeing both decline and can continue on a downward path.
For some, often those with complex lives, this means they leave school without the literacy skills needed for everyday life. This impacts on their health, wellbeing, employment prospects and ability to participate fully in society.
Low literacy is almost always accompanied by a great deal of shame and fear that the person will be judged as dumb. This can be almost crippling.
Our Trust provides FREE one-on-one, tailored literacy tuition, by phone or Skype to rural and isolated teenagers and adults. We also support high school students and those in training or employment who want to improve their reading and writing.
To find out more

Call 0800 891 339

Visit www.adultliteracy.ac.nz...

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41 days ago

Home Maintenance Services

Ron Shea from Dr Tree & Bobcat /Digger Services Ltd - Horsham Downs

Looking to clean up the yard and have your property looking picture perfect this season?

Contact the expert tree and property maintenance team at Dr. Tree & Bobcat/Digger Services in North Waikato.

Established in 1990 and with more than 25 years industry experience, we’re the … View more
Looking to clean up the yard and have your property looking picture perfect this season?

Contact the expert tree and property maintenance team at Dr. Tree & Bobcat/Digger Services in North Waikato.

Established in 1990 and with more than 25 years industry experience, we’re the undisputed specialists when it comes to all aspects of residential and commercial property maintenance.

We undertake all jobs safely and to the highest standards of workmanship, and can provide cost effective tree removal solutions with a smile.
Find out more

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41 days ago

Come join your Community Health Forum

Andre Chivell from Waikato District Health Board

Hey neighbours, we at Waikato DHB want more of you to have a say in health.

Come along to your Community Health Forum next week.

When: 10am-Noon, Thursday 18 July
Where: Aparangi Village, Simmons Hall, 8 Pilgrim Pl, Te Kauwhata

Community Health Forums are a gathering of local people who… View more
Hey neighbours, we at Waikato DHB want more of you to have a say in health.

Come along to your Community Health Forum next week.

When: 10am-Noon, Thursday 18 July
Where: Aparangi Village, Simmons Hall, 8 Pilgrim Pl, Te Kauwhata

Community Health Forums are a gathering of local people who come to listen to updates from the Waikato DHB, share their thoughts and talk about what matters to them about healthcare in their community.

On the agenda this time – Waikato Health System Plan, engaging with our communities, primary care update and more.

We look forward to meeting you. He whakarongo tātou – we’re here to listen
Find out more

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42 days ago

Poll: Do you think our region's smaller towns need cycling lanes?

Nicola Brennan-Tupara Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi neighbours,
There's call for more cycling infrastructure in Matamata from a cyclist who says he's dicing with death every time he takes to the roads around the town.
READ MORE: www.stuff.co.nz...
So we want to know, do you think our smaller towns are in need of more cycling … View more
Hi neighbours,
There's call for more cycling infrastructure in Matamata from a cyclist who says he's dicing with death every time he takes to the roads around the town.
READ MORE: www.stuff.co.nz...
So we want to know, do you think our smaller towns are in need of more cycling infrastructure like special lanes?

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Do you think our region's smaller towns need cycling lanes?
  • 57.6% Yes
    57.6% Complete
  • 42.4% No
    42.4% Complete
33 votes
42 days ago

Maintain The Value & Integrity Of Your House With Our Quality Roof Services

Vannessa from Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton

We can assist you with all your roofing needs!

From Residential Roof Inspections to Commercial Reroofing
Call us for more information on our wide range of services

Ph 07 849 3807 Email installs.hamilton@metalcraftroofing.co.nz

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42 days ago

Celebrate with us!

Stuff Fibre

To celebrate being voted the best fibre broadband provider twice in a row now, sign up to Stuff Fibre on a 24-month contract and get your first three months FREE. Now that's something to smile about! Sign up now

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42 days ago

Welcome to Neighbourly, Ryman Healthcare!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbours - we have a new partner! A very warm welcome to our friends at Ryman Healthcare joining us today to share the best about village life - and how to celebrate everything about being a senior New Zealander, whichever community you live in.

Please join us in welcoming Ryman Healthcare to… View more
Neighbours - we have a new partner! A very warm welcome to our friends at Ryman Healthcare joining us today to share the best about village life - and how to celebrate everything about being a senior New Zealander, whichever community you live in.

Please join us in welcoming Ryman Healthcare to our family of partners. There are exciting things to come!
Learn more

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43 days ago

Poll: What do you think of the Govt's plan to make cleaner cars cheaper?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

The Government has proposed a sweeping fuel-efficient vehicle policy that would make some cars up to $8000 cheaper - while others would be $3000 more expensive.

The "feebate" scheme wouldn't cost the taxpayer anything, instead using money gained by putting a fee on imported … View more
The Government has proposed a sweeping fuel-efficient vehicle policy that would make some cars up to $8000 cheaper - while others would be $3000 more expensive.

The "feebate" scheme wouldn't cost the taxpayer anything, instead using money gained by putting a fee on imported high-emissions cars in order to make imported hybrids, electric cars, and other efficient vehicles cheaper with a subsidy.

To read more click here

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What do you think of the Govt's plan to make cleaner cars cheaper?
  • 54.7% Great idea!
    54.7% Complete
  • 43% I don't support it.
    43% Complete
  • 2.2% I don't drive so it doesn't impact me.
    2.2% Complete
1971 votes
48 days ago

Poll: Should Thames-Coromandel council be taken to court?

Nicola Brennan-Tupara Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi Neighbours,
Thames-Coromandel District Council have been served court documents over their decision not to sign a national climate change declaration.
Hauraki Coromandel Climate Action is seeking to have the decision declared unlawful and an order that it be quashed.
READ MORE: … View more
Hi Neighbours,
Thames-Coromandel District Council have been served court documents over their decision not to sign a national climate change declaration.
Hauraki Coromandel Climate Action is seeking to have the decision declared unlawful and an order that it be quashed.
READ MORE: www.stuff.co.nz...
So we want to know what you think? Should a council be taken to court for not signing such a document?

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Should Thames-Coromandel council be taken to court?
  • 75% No
    75% Complete
  • 25% Yes
    25% Complete
40 votes
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44 days ago

TWO BABY ROOSTERS

Ashleigh from Ngaruawahia

FREE
PICKUP GLEN MASSEY, NGARUAWAHIA

Negotiable

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44 days ago

NOMINATIONS CLOSE IN ONE WEEK!!

The Team from Women of Influence

Nominations are closing in ONE WEEK for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards <3

Don't miss out on nominating a local hero or thought-leader in your community for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards. Whether she’s involved in grassroots community work or a global leader, recognise the … View more
Nominations are closing in ONE WEEK for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards <3

Don't miss out on nominating a local hero or thought-leader in your community for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards. Whether she’s involved in grassroots community work or a global leader, recognise the passionate women who are creating real change and forging a path for others.

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44 days ago

COLONIAL QUAD GUTTER SALE

Vannessa from Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton

Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton has excess gutter coil we are wanting to clear, so for a limited time only we will be selling Colonial Quad Gutter in selected colours or primer at only $9.50 per Lm incl GST

The Colonial Quad Gutter uses concealed brackets and is compatible with Fascia 185, Fascia 155 … View more
Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton has excess gutter coil we are wanting to clear, so for a limited time only we will be selling Colonial Quad Gutter in selected colours or primer at only $9.50 per Lm incl GST

The Colonial Quad Gutter uses concealed brackets and is compatible with Fascia 185, Fascia 155 and Fascia 135 or a timber Fascia. Snow straps are also available to suit this profile and will be cut to the lengths you require







For more information call 07 849 3807 or email installs.hamilton@metalcraftroofing.co.nz

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45 days ago

••• CANCELLED ••• Garage/Driveway Sale, Huntly East - Saturday 13th July

Abi from Huntly

••• UPDATE •••

••• CANCELLED Until Further Notice - WILL RESSCHEDULE •••

••• Weather not looking too great for setup and the day of so will reschedule and update. Will get photos as well. Cheers 👍 •••

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••• UPDATE •••

••• CANCELLED Until Further Notice - WILL RESSCHEDULE •••

••• Weather not looking too great for setup and the day of so will reschedule and update. Will get photos as well. Cheers 👍 •••

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Hi all 👋

I'm holding a Garage Sale (weather depending) or more accurately, a sale on the driveway at....

5 Manuka Road
Huntly
Saturday 13th July
8am onwards

...there's no garage 😁

Standard garage sale items will be for sale, a good variety of household items that must go! Reasonable offers will be considered on the day, if items are not already priced.

90% of the items are currently in a secure storage facility so quite hard to post general pics of the items. I will add pics during this week if possible (this being my first listing, I don't know if adding pics later is possible).

Hope the weather is good, even if only for a few hours next Saturday! Until then, have a great week and keep warm n toasty! 🧣🧤

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49 days ago

Hi all

Arlena from Huntly

Hi all, I would like to introduce myself!
I have lived in Huntly for 11 years, a mum to 3 beautiful children. Have 2 home businesses that i take alot of pride in, both my businesses are Scentsy and Mary Kay.
I started my journey with both Scentsy and Mary Kay at the start of the year, for those … View more
Hi all, I would like to introduce myself!
I have lived in Huntly for 11 years, a mum to 3 beautiful children. Have 2 home businesses that i take alot of pride in, both my businesses are Scentsy and Mary Kay.
I started my journey with both Scentsy and Mary Kay at the start of the year, for those that aren't familiar with Mary Kay it is skincare and makeup. I personally use the 3D miracle skincare range and have great results from using on a daily basis. We have a new chromafusion makeup range that we have only recently launched.
Scentsy is a range of warmers, diffusers, essential oils, scentsy bars, car bars, scent circles, bath soak, body wash, hand wash, hand lotion, body creme, scentsy go, scent pods, scentsy buddies, buddy clips, sidekicks, scent packs, and cleaning range!

If you would like to know more, your most welcome to send me a message.
Have an awesome night everyone! 😊

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