28 days ago

King Size Rimu Head/Foot Board

Glenis from New Plymouth

Selling on behalf. Good condition. Pick up Oakura. Will try to add photos later.

Price: $100

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1 hour ago


Wendy Smith from Pukekura Toastmasters

Wednesday 18th September 7:30-9:30pm
Bellringer Pavilion, Pukekura Park
At our meetings you can experience the supportive and encouraging environment that is Toastmasters, and make new friends. Toastmasters is for everyone - eg. working professionals, students, stay-at-home parents, retirees - and we at Pukekura Toastmasters are an interesting mixture of fun, friendly people of varying ages and backgrounds.
Come along, bring a friend, meet a new friend, solve the mystery and discover what we’re all about.
Refreshments provided.
Image credit: Maurice Betts, The Taranaki Sketchers
'Bridge at Fountain Lake', Pukekura Park, July 2013

2 hours ago

What are your best edible crops for pots and small spaces?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Our gardens are getting smaller, so NZ Gardener wants to come up with some suggestions for edible crops that do well in pots and small spaces! Suggest the crops that have done well for you (ideally specify a variety) and tell other keen gardeners how you grew them, how they performed for you, and any practical advice you would pass on to ensure a great result with that crop, and any secret tips you are prepared to pass on! If your tip is used in the magazine, you'll receive a free copy... And of course the glory of being in New Zealand's favourite gardening magazine! Click on the link to send us your best tips.

10 hours ago

Thank you Wattie's

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

We want to say a heartfelt thank you to Wattie’s NZ and the 150 schools who took part in this year's Cans for Good campaign. Thanks to the incredible effort of students, teachers and whānau, over 30,000 cans were collected and will make a huge difference to Salvation Army foodbanks around Aotearoa.

Wattie’s generously donated a further 25,000 cans taking the total number collected to over 56,000 cans.