Palmerston North Central, Palmerston North

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1 hour ago

polar fleece for foster animals ???

Helen from Feilding

Hi, i am fostering for spca(yes they supply everything but with kitten season coming up i thought i would try and source my own as they are always stretched for resources and these piggies seriously pee) and currently have two guinea pigs that are expecting. I am after old polar fleece blankets as … View moreHi, i am fostering for spca(yes they supply everything but with kitten season coming up i thought i would try and source my own as they are always stretched for resources and these piggies seriously pee) and currently have two guinea pigs that are expecting. I am after old polar fleece blankets as these seem to work well for absorption and comfort. I forgot how much they pee!!!! If you happen to have some old polar fleece blankets lying around I would be so happy to collect them. I can always use them for kittens.
Thank you in advance

6 hours ago

HELP

Flo from Feilding

My windows 10 updated and now I don't have any of my folders on my desktop and cant find the documents folder or anything stored in it. If anyone can help I am due to go away today and need to have a fix asap. phone text 0275524499

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22 days ago

Climate Change, Plans to mitigate, who will pay?

Iola from Awapuni

Today is Strike for Climate Change and i believe that a number of businesses will take time out to support this. As a Council watcher for many years I would like to have some answers to some of the past issues that Council has been involved in and to have some answers as to their efficacy and … View moreToday is Strike for Climate Change and i believe that a number of businesses will take time out to support this. As a Council watcher for many years I would like to have some answers to some of the past issues that Council has been involved in and to have some answers as to their efficacy and costs.
1. Some years ago we were considered to have such low carbon emissions that we sold carbon credits, to a City in Japan. What was the money gained from those carbon credits used for? Why are we now considered to be a City in need of spending millions to get people on to bikes, when there is no evidence that people will get on a bike instead of investing in a hybrid or ecar.?
2. What happened to the methane recovery plant at the Awapuni land fill? Wasn't that supposed to become an income stream for the City?How much did it cost to set up and how much has the return been?
3. The green composting strategy. What has been the return on this so called green income stream to Councils and to ratepayers?
4. What has been the savings for ratepayers for the solar panels installed on the Council buildings?
5. What has been the reduction in BMI's for sedentary staff with the building of the staff gym, in the Council building?
6. What has been the use of the electric cycles that were purchased for Council staff to use? Got to say it is at least 2 years since I saw them on the roads.
I think ratepayers have been conned into paying for a number of projects that have not given an expected return, and I most certainly think the millions on changing College Street is a case in point. Once again poor planning, lack of fore thought and in my view, total lack of understanding of future proofing a sustainable community.

6 hours ago

Magazines

Vikki from Palmerston North Central

I have many magazines, in excellent condition, to give away. M2 Man, M2 Woman, Mindfood and maybe other ones. Pick up only thanks

Free

3 days ago

Doctors vs Nurse Practitioners

Quinton from Milson

Hi guys,
I am on the research to find out who knows what about Nurse practitioners vs General practitioners?
Please comment on this post

20 hours ago

Orion

Quinton from Milson

Anybody know why the orion circling palmy?

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1 day ago

Building items

Quinton from Milson

Hi all,

We have a old front door, french slider doors and two windows. Please give me a offer and I will consider it. Also heat pump too.

Cheers

Negotiable

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1 day ago

Laptop for sale

Yvonne from Takaro

A small laptop.
Specifications
Brand/Model: HP 11" x360 Convertible Laptop (11-AB127TU)
Processor: 1.1GHz Intel® Celeron® N4000 Dual Core Processor (turbo boosts up to 2.6GHz)
Memory: 4GB
Storage: 128GB SSD
Display: 11.6" diagonal HD WLED-backlit touch screen (1366 x 768)
Webcam:… View more
A small laptop.
Specifications
Brand/Model: HP 11" x360 Convertible Laptop (11-AB127TU)
Processor: 1.1GHz Intel® Celeron® N4000 Dual Core Processor (turbo boosts up to 2.6GHz)
Memory: 4GB
Storage: 128GB SSD
Display: 11.6" diagonal HD WLED-backlit touch screen (1366 x 768)
Webcam: HP Webcam
Connections/Ports: 1 HDMI 1.4; 1 headphone/microphone combo; 1 USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Data transfer only); 2 USB 2.00
Software: Windows 10
Warranty: 12 Months
Graphics: UMA Integrated
Network: Realtek RTL8821CE 802.11b/g/n/ac (1x1) Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo

Price: $450

1 day ago

Bit on the side...

The Team from Resene ColorShop Palmerston North

Make this easy rustic side table and paint in your favourite tonal Resene colours.

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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1 day ago

SEE THE POTENTIAL!

The Team from Neighbourly Property

It's time to get on the ladder...quite literally! And take advantage of this awesome opportunity before someone else does.

Handy to the local shops, close to public transport, and a short drive to the CBD and local parks this is desirable location on the corner of Ferguson and Albert Streets … View more
It's time to get on the ladder...quite literally! And take advantage of this awesome opportunity before someone else does.

Handy to the local shops, close to public transport, and a short drive to the CBD and local parks this is desirable location on the corner of Ferguson and Albert Streets offers various options for the astute.

Built during the 1920's, this classic weatherboard and stucco home features three bedrooms, open plan living, main bathroom with the laundry housing a second bathroom also. Perfect for a handy man, rental investor or home buyer with some DIY skills.

Add value to this home in a desirable central location. The opportunity is in your hands to make this home yours, so don't wait, call Anthony or Hilary today for a viewing.

House size - 121m2*
Land Size - 352m2*
Age - 1920*
Bedrooms - 3
Bathrooms - 1
* Sourced from RPNZ, QV, PNCC & Horizons

1 day ago

Caccia Birch House Open Afternoons

Caccia Birch House

Thanks to the Heritage team at Palmerston North Library we have a lovely display avaible to view this Sunday at our open afternoon.

Come along and learn some more about our local heritage buildings and history in Caccia Birch House, a beautiful heritage building itself.

We open at 1:00pm and are … View more
Thanks to the Heritage team at Palmerston North Library we have a lovely display avaible to view this Sunday at our open afternoon.

Come along and learn some more about our local heritage buildings and history in Caccia Birch House, a beautiful heritage building itself.

We open at 1:00pm and are open until 4:00pm so now is your chance to immerse yoursefl in your local history!

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1 day ago

Feedback Friday

NumberWorks'nWords Palmerston North

Feedback from our parents and grandparents is so appreciated.

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1 day ago

Garage Sale- Kelvin Grove

Grant from Kelvin Grove

4 D'Urville Place-This Saturday 19th of October 7 a.m. till 12 noon. we have a huge amount of household goods including close golf clubs, garden tools, kitchenware etc.look for the signs, park on the road and walk up the driveway.

Negotiable

2 days ago

This weeks Property Weekly is now available

Matthew Reporter from Property Weekly Manawatu

Check out this weeks Property Weekly
A great place to find Palmerston Norths and surrounds best properties

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