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19 days ago

Natural Knee Pain Relief - works within minutes!

Koru Nutrition

Hi neighbours,

Are your knees giving you a hard time?

See how Peter Williams found help from using a NZ made relief cream.

After retiring from our TV screens after 40 years, veteran broadcaster Peter Williams, still gets up at 5am each weekday morning to prepare for his morning radio show.… View more
Hi neighbours,

Are your knees giving you a hard time?

See how Peter Williams found help from using a NZ made relief cream.

After retiring from our TV screens after 40 years, veteran broadcaster Peter Williams, still gets up at 5am each weekday morning to prepare for his morning radio show.

Peter Williams explained, “Look, I’m 65. When I get up the body’s often a bit on the stiff side. “

Peter Williams claims, “Within 10 minutes, the pain was gone. I felt so much better. My body was nice and relaxed, and I was ready to go off and do my day’s work.”

“I’ve been using Relief Fx by Koru Nutrition. It’s New Zealand made, natural and best of all it works .
Find out more

20 days ago

Acrylic Paint Pour Workshops

Cass from Te Awamutu

Make your own acrylic paint pour. Our art tutors will show you how. All materials, canvas and equipment provided. Great fun for adults or children. Check out the details here www.eventfinda.co.nz...

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20 days ago

Young Billy Goat

Colleen from Temple View

Handsome grey/black one year old billy goat. Hand-feeds and is kept on long rope. Great for clearing weeds etc.
His owner is 94 years old and needs to find a new home for him.

Price: $50

20 days ago

DIY decor for a creative teen

The Team from Resene ColorShop Te Awamutu

Upcycle a skateboard into a funky clock with geometric designs and Resene testpots.

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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20 days ago

Wellbeing Show

Wendy from Fitzroy

Engage with the Community
With a wide range of Wellbeing-themed exhibitors, this special show offers something for everyone.

Held from 29 February-1 March 2020, at Claudelands Event Centre Hamilton, the 9th annual Wellbeing Show enables our community to discover the amazing wealth of health and … View more
Engage with the Community
With a wide range of Wellbeing-themed exhibitors, this special show offers something for everyone.

Held from 29 February-1 March 2020, at Claudelands Event Centre Hamilton, the 9th annual Wellbeing Show enables our community to discover the amazing wealth of health and wellbeing products, services and organisations available in the region.

The Wellbeing Show shares space within the new ASPIRE! Expo alongside the Lifelong Learning Expo, and adjoins the interactive Clubs & Creativities Showcase.

To reflect a diverse and vibrant wellness community, a wide variety of exhibitors is attending, including: Community health & wellbeing Complementary and Holistic health Fitness & NutritionHealth professionals Skincare and health products
Parent, child and family
Retirement years and beyond Safety products Financial healthEnvironment & Conservation A Pamper Zone Animal Health & Welfare and anything else relating to overall wellbeing

20 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

View Hamilton Harcourts' latest interactive Blueprint.

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21 days ago

BRAIN INJURY WAIKATO

Wendy from Fitzroy

We invite you to our first Education session of the year
When: Wednesday, 12 February
Where: 11 Somerset Street, Frankton (office)
Time: 10:30 - 12pm
TOPIC: Plans and aspirations for the year. An interactive session with staff to look at the year ahead. An opportunity to look at your priorities, … View more
We invite you to our first Education session of the year
When: Wednesday, 12 February
Where: 11 Somerset Street, Frankton (office)
Time: 10:30 - 12pm
TOPIC: Plans and aspirations for the year. An interactive session with staff to look at the year ahead. An opportunity to look at your priorities, lifestyle choices, and strengths.
We look forward to seeing you there.

21 days ago

The Rebel Round Up is back in Pukekohe

Rebel Round Up

New Zealand’s ultimate hot rod, vintage, rockabilly festival is back for its 5th Year and this will be the 3rd time it has been held at NZ’s historic home of motorsport, the iconic Pukekohe Park Raceway.

● Gates open 9am
● 15th of February 2020
● General admission is $20 per person
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New Zealand’s ultimate hot rod, vintage, rockabilly festival is back for its 5th Year and this will be the 3rd time it has been held at NZ’s historic home of motorsport, the iconic Pukekohe Park Raceway.

● Gates open 9am
● 15th of February 2020
● General admission is $20 per person
● Children under 15 years free accompanied by an adult

Live music, food, stalls featuring great vintage clothing, rockabilly style and of course those cars. There’s something for everyone and you can just come along and shop, bob and have a squiz. Or you can dress up in your own vintage rock’n’roll look.

There are no pets allowed within show area.
Learn more

28 days ago

What do you think about the roundabout planned for the Piarere intersection?

Nicola Brennan-Tupara Reporter from Cambridge Edition

Hi neighbours,
Yesterday the government announced that they planned to install a roundabout at one of New Zealand's most dangerous intersections - the T intersection between State Highway 1 Piarere and State Highway 29.
Read more about the $58-million project HERE.
So what do you think about … View more
Hi neighbours,
Yesterday the government announced that they planned to install a roundabout at one of New Zealand's most dangerous intersections - the T intersection between State Highway 1 Piarere and State Highway 29.
Read more about the $58-million project HERE.
So what do you think about the roundabout planned for the Piarere intersection?

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22 days ago

About to go flatting? 🏠🏡🏘🏚🏢

Jessica Brown from Citizens Advice Bureau Te Awamutu

With the shortage of affordable, quality places to rent, the pressure comes on to sign up fast or miss out. It’s a good idea to make sure you go into things prepared and know your rights.

Here are a few essentials:

• You should have a written tenancy agreement. Read it, so you know what … View more
With the shortage of affordable, quality places to rent, the pressure comes on to sign up fast or miss out. It’s a good idea to make sure you go into things prepared and know your rights.

Here are a few essentials:

• You should have a written tenancy agreement. Read it, so you know what you’re in for, preferably before you sign up for the flat.

• Inspect the property at the start of the tenancy and record the condition of each room. Take photos. While no one seems bothered about that small stain on the carpet now, it can cause grief later when you’re trying to get your bond back.

• The upfront costs when you go into a flat are up to four weeks’ rent as bond and two weeks’ rent in advance. The rent should be similar to the rent charged for similar properties in the same area. Unfortunately, it’s the market that decides what’s reasonable. It’s unlawful for you to be charged a letting fee.

• If there are a few of you in the flat, make sure that anyone who’s not signed up on the tenancy agreement signs a flat sharing agreement. This means everyone knows where things stand and you can work through any problems that crop up.

For more information about your rights when renting, check out our website. We're here to help with free, independent information and advice. Call us on 0800 367 222, get in touch via our website, or visit a CAB near you.

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22 days ago

Golf carts

Pat from Tamahere

We need to hire 2 golf carts for a wedding at our house. Any recommendations ??

22 days ago

Hunger for Colour - swap and save!

Resene

Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift… View more
Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift all food donations to The Salvation Army local foodbanks and other community foodbanks.

Start gathering up those cans so you can swap and save at your local Resene owned ColorShop.
Learn more

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