Papamoa Beach, Papamoa

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Back Pack

Alison from Ohauiti

As new only used a couple of times on wheels Brand mercury Bay Excellent condition

Price: $50

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Steam mop

Alison from Ohauiti

New steam mop no longer required Brand Nellie's

Price: $50

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dryer

Alison from Ohauiti

as new hardly used

Price: $300

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washing machine

Alison from Ohauiti

as new hardly used perfect condition

Price: $500

5 days ago

Passionate about critical thinking?

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

The Bachelor of Humanities awaits you!

Meet Sharlene Peri (Te Uri o Tai, Tainui) who shares “Studying at Awanuiārangi felt like being at home on my marae. It is welcoming, the facilities are exceptional (the library is incredible!) and it became a safe space to learn and grow.

I wanted a … View more
The Bachelor of Humanities awaits you!

Meet Sharlene Peri (Te Uri o Tai, Tainui) who shares “Studying at Awanuiārangi felt like being at home on my marae. It is welcoming, the facilities are exceptional (the library is incredible!) and it became a safe space to learn and grow.

I wanted a degree that would give me a relevant qualification with which to pursue whānau, hapū and iwi gains. From day one on the Humanities degree programme, I was blown away by the calibre, expertise and knowledge of the lecturers. I also appreciated having the flexibility of choosing a Major in policy or indigenous business”

Study with us in 2020 with noho/block delivery and online learning
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11 days ago

Nice Neighbour Nomination

Elly from Welcome Bay

We would like to nominate our wonderful neighbour, Sharon who has been a Godsend to us both! Since my husband suffered a major brain bleed and subsequent stroke in April last year, Sharon has been there for us. Sharon has helped me bring loads of wood up, helps with shopping and helps me with my … View moreWe would like to nominate our wonderful neighbour, Sharon who has been a Godsend to us both! Since my husband suffered a major brain bleed and subsequent stroke in April last year, Sharon has been there for us. Sharon has helped me bring loads of wood up, helps with shopping and helps me with my husband when we have to go out. We would not have coped without her amazing help and she works full time also! She is an amazing neighbour and also checks on us to see if we are fine and especially me so I appreciate that so much. Sharon is a totally amazing wonderful neighbour and friend.

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5 days ago

Bike boxes x 4 + 5 moving boxes/bubble wrap

Andre from Papamoa Beach

Come and get it - it’s free but you must take everything. Call me if you want it - André/Lori 022 300 1221

Free

5 days ago

House required urgently

Kirstie from Te Puke

Hi I’m a single mother of two boys with different needs I’m after a 3 bedroom house ASAP I have been told I have to move from where I am. I have been applying for everything I can find but unfortunately I don’t get it does anyone know of anything? I will look at anything thanks everyone

Free

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6 days ago

wanting to buy

John from Papamoa Beach

I am looking to buy 3 books written by Peter Watt
The book titles are To touch the clouds
To ride the wind
The pacific
If anyone can help it would be appreciated
Cheers John

6 days ago

Kia ora lovely people of Aotearoa!

The Team from Women's Refuge New Zealand

We are seeking to understand what people’s experiences have been of trying to find support for family violence in New Zealand.

If you've been impacted by family violence – including being harmed, causing harm, thinking about causing harm, or supporting others in these situations, … View more
We are seeking to understand what people’s experiences have been of trying to find support for family violence in New Zealand.

If you've been impacted by family violence – including being harmed, causing harm, thinking about causing harm, or supporting others in these situations, we'd love you to complete our anonymous survey and go into the draw to win one of three $50 Prezzy cards.

Your experiences will help us to assist others who are seeking support in the future, therefore we will be very grateful for your thoughts.

Ngā mihi nui.

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6 days ago

Sneak Peek....

Dianne from Papamoa Beach

Mid-Century Modern Home For Sale SOON!

Negotiable

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6 days ago

Will you paint it blue?

Resene

Over 3000 New Zealand men are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer each year. Paint it blue for our boys by buying a *blue* Resene testpot. We'll donate $1 to The Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand with every blue 60ml testpot sold between 10-25 September 2019. It's that simple! Find out more

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6 days ago

How do you use the internet?

Stuff Fibre

The internet has become such an important part of our daily lives. It’s become how we communicate in our own communities and discover new ones.

But what do you actually use it for? For our second survey in Stuff Fibre’s Great Internet Survey we want to find out how New Zealanders are using … View more
The internet has become such an important part of our daily lives. It’s become how we communicate in our own communities and discover new ones.

But what do you actually use it for? For our second survey in Stuff Fibre’s Great Internet Survey we want to find out how New Zealanders are using the world wide web in their daily lives. Be in to WIN 1 of 4 $50 Prezzy cards for your participation!
Take the Survey

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6 days ago

PURPLE - A Colourful History

Owner from Curtain Clean Bop Ltd

It’s safe to say that you can expect to pay the same price for the same fabric, regardless of the colour. But only a few generations ago, the cost depended on the colour of the cloth because some dyes were so expensive to obtain.


Purple was so expensive that only royalty could afford it!

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It’s safe to say that you can expect to pay the same price for the same fabric, regardless of the colour. But only a few generations ago, the cost depended on the colour of the cloth because some dyes were so expensive to obtain.


Purple was so expensive that only royalty could afford it!

Tyrian Purple, otherwise known Royal Purple or Imperial Purple, dyes fabric a beautiful deep purple shade. In ancient times, the dyestuffs were obtained from the Mediterranean sea snail. The purple is used by the snail as part of predatory and defensive behaviour – the secretion can be extracting by poking and antagonizing the snail, and the resulting goo would gradually become purple on exposure to sunlight. ‘Milking the snail’ was a renewable resource, but so labour-intensive that usually the snails were crushed completely to extract the colour. Mountains of snail shells have been found at the ancient sites of Sidon and Tyre – they were harvested to such extremes that for a long time, the Murex snail was considered extinct.


Keep reading: www.charlesparsonsinteriors.com...

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6 days ago

Piano teacher

Deborah from Te Puke

Does anyone know of a piano teacher in Te Puke or nearby?

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