Karaka, Papakura

9 days ago

Free compost from Auckland Council

Auckland Council

Thanks to the Beautification Trust for organising free compost made from Papakura’s kerbside food scraps.

You need to order it online in advance. Pick up is in Manurewa.

Papakura families have composted 4015 tonnes of food scraps. This is like 472 rubbish trucks full of food scraps kept … View more
Thanks to the Beautification Trust for organising free compost made from Papakura’s kerbside food scraps.

You need to order it online in advance. Pick up is in Manurewa.

Papakura families have composted 4015 tonnes of food scraps. This is like 472 rubbish trucks full of food scraps kept out of landfill.
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9 days ago

Auckland, meet your 2022 Kiwibank Local Hero Medallists

The Team from New Zealander of the Year Award | Ngā Tohu Pou Kōhure o Aotearoa

From fighting against poverty to supporting youth social development, you may recognise one of these champions going above and beyond to make your neighbourhood a better place.

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9 days ago

Rural Aucklanders need to prepare for hotter weather ahead of summer

The Team from Auckland Council

It’s looking like it’s going to be a hotter than normal summer. That’s great news for holidaymakers and beachgoers, but not so good for rural Aucklanders who don’t have access to mains water supply.

Check out the few steps rural Aucklanders who rely on rainwater tanks can take now to … View more
It’s looking like it’s going to be a hotter than normal summer. That’s great news for holidaymakers and beachgoers, but not so good for rural Aucklanders who don’t have access to mains water supply.

Check out the few steps rural Aucklanders who rely on rainwater tanks can take now to prepare for summer by clicking on 'Read More'.

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21 days ago

Police searching for missing woman in Sandringham

Lucy Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Police are appealing to the public for sightings of missing woman Cindy Li, from Sandringham.

Cindy, aged 70, has been missing since Tuesday morning. She is known to have left an address on Tranmere Road and failed to return.

Police believe she may be in the wider Auckland City … View more
Hi neighbours,

Police are appealing to the public for sightings of missing woman Cindy Li, from Sandringham.

Cindy, aged 70, has been missing since Tuesday morning. She is known to have left an address on Tranmere Road and failed to return.

Police believe she may be in the wider Auckland City area and are currently trying to locate her.

Cindy was last seen wearing a long sleeve t-shirt, long track pants and black shoes.

Anyone who sees Cindy should call 111.

Anyone with any information about her whereabouts or movements since yesterday morning should contact 105, quoting file number 211110/4026.

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9 days ago

Free membership of BPW Franklin offered

Virginia Warren from BPW Franklin Inc

BPW Franklin Inc is offering free membership for two years to a woman who will take on the job of treasurer. If you are interested in this opportunity to advance the status of women as well as all the other things BPW does for women and girls please respond to bpwfranklinsec@gmail.com

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9 days ago

Koko Samoa - Support our Island Cocoa Growers

Andrew from Papakura

- Fresh koko/cocoa from the island
- Lots in stock
- Can courier at anywhere in NZ on buyers expense
- Allow pickup
- Support our island cocoa growers

Negotiable

9 days ago

Independence + support = balance

Possum Bourne Retirement Village

We all value our independence, however over time our needs can change. Assisted-living apartments balance an independence lifestyle in a stylish apartment alongside support that makes life easier. Housekeeping, a chef-prepared meal, activities and outings, it’s the perfect balance.

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10 days ago

2019 Merida Crossway Hybrid Bicycle

Alan from Pahurehure

Fully serviced. Hybrid commuter bike. Great condition. Will suit male or female rider. Rider height from 167cm to 180cm.

Price: $470

10 days ago

Do I need a new executor?​

Public Trust

Great question. Your executor oversees your will when you pass away, so it’s an important job. If things have changed for you or your executor since the days of cassette tapes and telethons, it might be time to appoint a new one. ​

You can choose a new executor when you … View more
Great question. Your executor oversees your will when you pass away, so it’s an important job. If things have changed for you or your executor since the days of cassette tapes and telethons, it might be time to appoint a new one. ​

You can choose a new executor when you update your will – you can even appoint Public Trust, which gives you the reassurance of an executor who is impartial, always available and has the right expertise. ​
Read on to find out more.

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10 days ago

We are a well established Auckland based roofing company.

Hopkins Roofing

We do new builds, residential and commercial, re-roofing and maintenance projects.

The work is varied from site to site.

- Having your own tools would be advantageous
- Must be extremely reliable and motivated, with a can-do attitude
- Able to multitask
- Full, clean driver's licence … View more
We do new builds, residential and commercial, re-roofing and maintenance projects.

The work is varied from site to site.

- Having your own tools would be advantageous
- Must be extremely reliable and motivated, with a can-do attitude
- Able to multitask
- Full, clean driver's licence
- A commitment to Health & Safety
- Great remuneration package offered to the right candidate
- Applicants for this position must have NZ residence or a valid NZ work visa

angela@hopkinsroofing.co.nz


Angela McLaren
Office Administrator
HOPKINS ROOFING LIMITED
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11 days ago

BPW NZ Aotearoa Nov 23rd 7.30pm

Virginia Warren from BPW Franklin Inc

BPW Aotearoa are delighted to welcome Elisha Watson to the third session, on Tuesday 23 November. Elisha Watson is the founder of women's wear social enterprise, Nisa. Elisha will share her experience as the founder of a start-up with a focus on providing opportunities for women migrant and … View moreBPW Aotearoa are delighted to welcome Elisha Watson to the third session, on Tuesday 23 November. Elisha Watson is the founder of women's wear social enterprise, Nisa. Elisha will share her experience as the founder of a start-up with a focus on providing opportunities for women migrant and refugees.
Feel welcome to share this invite with women you think would be interested.
Contact BPW NZ secretary@bpw.org.nz to register, .

Join us to be empowered.

BPW Aotearoa offers women the opportunity to be inspired, to grow in our own self, and to understand how we can support the empowerment of all women.

This personal development, networking and advocacy series connects women via video conference, with sessions every two months. The session last one hour

Guest speakers will support your development and connect about issues relevant to all women.

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11 days ago

Twin korowai

Rena from Papakura

Kia ora 2 identical korowai here for tamariki aged 4-5-6
Width is 65cm
Length 40cm
Traditional Te Tino Rangatiratanga colours ,paua shell added ,2 rope to tie
Represent. life/Oranga .peace /Te rangimarie.love/Aroha.strength/kaha
Have both been blessed today 😊made new ..
Pick up only please… View more
Kia ora 2 identical korowai here for tamariki aged 4-5-6
Width is 65cm
Length 40cm
Traditional Te Tino Rangatiratanga colours ,paua shell added ,2 rope to tie
Represent. life/Oranga .peace /Te rangimarie.love/Aroha.strength/kaha
Have both been blessed today 😊made new ..
Pick up only please have the correct amount of money as listed on arrival $60 each😊nga mihi 02108635852 only message if interested thanks 😊

Price: $60

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12 days ago

SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES:

Ole from Takanini

THE ULTIMATE LIFE
Between running his grandfather's foundation, being sued by his greedy extended family, and seeing his beloved Alexia leave on an extended mission trip to Haiti, Jason Stevens' world is unraveling. But then he discovers his late grandfather's journal and is … View more
THE ULTIMATE LIFE
Between running his grandfather's foundation, being sued by his greedy extended family, and seeing his beloved Alexia leave on an extended mission trip to Haiti, Jason Stevens' world is unraveling. But then he discovers his late grandfather's journal and is transported back into Red Stevens' incredible rags-to-riches life. With everything he loves hanging in the balance, Jason hopes he can discover the ultimate life. The Ultimate Life is a powerful reminder that some things are worth more than money!

Watch tonight - Saturday at 8pm on Hope Channel
Freeview Channel 27 and Sky Channel 204
View more: www.hopechannel.nz...

12 days ago

BPW NZ Aotearoa Nov 23rd session

Virginia Warren from BPW Franklin Inc

BPW Aotearoa are delighted to welcome Elisha Watson to the third session, on Tuesday 23 November. Elisha Watson is the founder of women's wear social enterprise, Nisa. Elisha will share her experience as the founder of a start-up with a focus on providing opportunities for women migrant and … View moreBPW Aotearoa are delighted to welcome Elisha Watson to the third session, on Tuesday 23 November. Elisha Watson is the founder of women's wear social enterprise, Nisa. Elisha will share her experience as the founder of a start-up with a focus on providing opportunities for women migrant and refugees.
Feel welcome to share this invite with women you think would be interested.
Contact BPW NZ secretary@bpw.org.nz to register, .

Join us to be empowered.

BPW Aotearoa offers women the opportunity to be inspired, to grow in our own self, and to understand how we can support the empowerment of all women.

This personal development, networking and advocacy series connects women via video conference, with sessions every two months. The session last one hour

Guest speakers will support your development and connect about issues relevant to all women.

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12 days ago

Make a kid’s Christmas

Variety – the Children’s Charity

In neighbourhoods across New Zealand, kids are looking forward to a Christmas that may not happen. Forced to choose between food or bills, hard-working parents like Melody worry whether they’ll be able to provide even the simplest Christmas meal for their children.

“I’ll only eat dinner … View more
In neighbourhoods across New Zealand, kids are looking forward to a Christmas that may not happen. Forced to choose between food or bills, hard-working parents like Melody worry whether they’ll be able to provide even the simplest Christmas meal for their children.

“I’ll only eat dinner 2-3 times a week so that the children have enough food. This is very stressful… a lot of crying and minimal sleep.” 

Food insecurity is the everyday reality for 98.8% of the families Variety helps.

Please donate today to provide grocery support for families like Melody’s this Christmas.
Donate now

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