Opaheke, Papakura

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17 days ago

Cleaning

Susan from Karaka

Are you in need of a cleaner?

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17 days ago
17 days ago

Loans built for small business

Prospa

Kurt Jacks from Auckland’s “The Rib House” discovered the missing ingredient in his recipe for success when he used a Prospa Small Business Loan to dish up the vital support he and his family needed to grow the business.

The simple, streamlined application process was just what he needed … View more
Kurt Jacks from Auckland’s “The Rib House” discovered the missing ingredient in his recipe for success when he used a Prospa Small Business Loan to dish up the vital support he and his family needed to grow the business.

The simple, streamlined application process was just what he needed as a time-strapped business owner – and the funds were immediately put to use on upgrades and kitchen renovations.
Find out more

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17 days ago

Augmented reality brings Papakura to life!

The Team from Auckland Council

Take an interactive walk through a local outdoor photographic exhibition where portraits tell their stories. Find out more

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18 days ago

Learn Golf

Kaye from Bombay

Weekly classes running at Maxwell's Bombay for Adults and Children.
Adults: Wednesday 1pm or Friday 9am or Sunday 10am. One hour $25 with a free 9 hole game after.
Children: Saturday 9am or 10.15am or Tuesday & Thursday 4pm

18 days ago

Westfield Newmarket ready for shoppers

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours

The $790 million Newmarket mall has opened its first stage after 18 months of construction.

Thousands of customers were there to catch a first glimpse of the mega shopping centre.

By Christmas, Westfield Newmarket will have 230 shopping, food, beauty and entertainment stores across… View more
Hi neighbours

The $790 million Newmarket mall has opened its first stage after 18 months of construction.

Thousands of customers were there to catch a first glimpse of the mega shopping centre.

By Christmas, Westfield Newmarket will have 230 shopping, food, beauty and entertainment stores across its 88,150 sqm site.

To take a video tour of the new shopping complex, click here

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21 days ago

Times are tough for renters

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

If you're looking to secure a rental property, get ready for a competitive and expensive time.

New figures say the number of Trade Me inquiries on rentals is on the up, and with the number of available properties decreasing, significant price jumps are expected in the coming … View more
Hey neighbours,

If you're looking to secure a rental property, get ready for a competitive and expensive time.

New figures say the number of Trade Me inquiries on rentals is on the up, and with the number of available properties decreasing, significant price jumps are expected in the coming months.

Auckland's median weekly rent rose to $560 in July, while in Wellington the median weekly rent has risen 10 per cent year-on-year to $530.

Are you having a hard time finding and affording a rental property?

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To read more, click here.

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18 days ago

Sail on Spirit of New Zealand

Spirit of Adventure

We love it when our community can get on board the Spirit of New Zealand and have a tall ship experience. This is the last opportunity in Auckland for 2019 before she sets sail on many adventures over the summer.

This is the perfect opportunity to sail around the Auckland harbour; hoist the … View more
We love it when our community can get on board the Spirit of New Zealand and have a tall ship experience. This is the last opportunity in Auckland for 2019 before she sets sail on many adventures over the summer.

This is the perfect opportunity to sail around the Auckland harbour; hoist the sails, helm the Ship or sit back, go for the ride and enjoy the view. You will also be treated to freshly baked treats for morning tea.

Spaces are limited. We look forward to having you on the ship.
Book now

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18 days ago

Can Auckland be a sustainability global leader?

Todd Niall Reporter from Papakura Courier

Hi Neighbours, Auckland has 3 electric buses and Marrakesh had 15 - two years ago. Former PM Helen Clark thinks the city can be far more ambitious in meeting the UN's sustainable development goals. Do you think we could show the way? Read the story below.

(Please type NFP if your comments are… View more
Hi Neighbours, Auckland has 3 electric buses and Marrakesh had 15 - two years ago. Former PM Helen Clark thinks the city can be far more ambitious in meeting the UN's sustainable development goals. Do you think we could show the way? Read the story below.

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18 days ago

Wishing everyone a safe, fun and kind #FathersDay weekend!

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!

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To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!


Q: How do you make a tissue dance?

A: Put a little boogey in it!


Q: Where do bees go to the toilet?

A: At the BP station!


#NSNZrandomactsofkindness

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18 days ago

Will you be affected by these motorway closures?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The NZ Transport Agency advises of the following overnight closures for motorway improvements: Northern Motorway (SH1), Southern Motorway (SH1), Northwestern Motorway (SH16), Upper Harbour Motorway (SH18), and Southwestern Motorway (SH20).

Closures start at 9pm and finish at 5am - unless … View more
The NZ Transport Agency advises of the following overnight closures for motorway improvements: Northern Motorway (SH1), Southern Motorway (SH1), Northwestern Motorway (SH16), Upper Harbour Motorway (SH18), and Southwestern Motorway (SH20).

Closures start at 9pm and finish at 5am - unless otherwise stated. Please follow the signposted detours. Click here to see a detailed list of affected areas.

Safe travels neighbours!

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18 days ago

Reflectors

Roy from Papakura

Free for a school project.

Free

22 days ago

Do you still use the phone book?

Kendall Hutt Reporter from Papakura Courier

Hi neighbours. Data released by Yellow shows although Auckland has the highest opt-out rate since 2014, it still has the greatest volume of print search out of the entire country. Do you still use the phone book? What do you use it for? Did you realise you could opt-out of receiving the book in … View moreHi neighbours. Data released by Yellow shows although Auckland has the highest opt-out rate since 2014, it still has the greatest volume of print search out of the entire country. Do you still use the phone book? What do you use it for? Did you realise you could opt-out of receiving the book in your letterbox? Put NFP in your post if it is not for publication.

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