Papamoa Beach, Papamoa

17 days ago

Play Stuff is here!

The Team from Play Stuff

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17 days ago

Did you catch StarJam on The Block?

Coordinator from StarJam - Bay of Plenty

The contestants on The Block felt inspired after attending a StarJam workshop and created some artworks to auction off to raise money for StarJam.
Check out the creations made by the contestants and you could even snag one for your home!

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17 days ago

New rules take effect for rental property market

Paul Reporter from Stuff

This week the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2019 took effect, bringing in a raft of changes for tenants and landlords.

Here's what it means for renters and landlords.

To read more, click here.

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18 days ago

What’s it like to be homeless?

Lifewise Rotorua

How will your willingness to "sleep rough" help end homelessness? Watch Housing First Rotorua's Peer Support Leaders tell you what a life-changing difference your passion can make.

The Lifewise Big Sleepout Rotorua is on 5th September and our Peer Support Leaders – people who … View more
How will your willingness to "sleep rough" help end homelessness? Watch Housing First Rotorua's Peer Support Leaders tell you what a life-changing difference your passion can make.

The Lifewise Big Sleepout Rotorua is on 5th September and our Peer Support Leaders – people who have lived experience of homelessness – are here to tell you why you should join us to "sleep rough" in Rotorua's Village Green and raise funds to support their mahi .

The Peer Support Leaders in this video are (in order of appearance): Casey Tahana, Henry Clark, Justin Carr

Don't delay, register now at bigsleepout.org.nz/rotorua
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19 days ago

Painting, wallpapering

Pam from Mount Maunganui

Can anyone please tell me what is the normal price per metre to paint a ceiling?
And price per roll to wallpaper a room?
Thankyou

18 days ago

A Rare Find!

The Team from Neighbourly Property

518m2 of flat freehold section in the Coast Boulevard is up for Grabs! A great opportunity in a well established Papamoa. Ideal Location... only a stroll to schools, shops and restaurants. Build your dream home or housing concept available! Vendors want sold, so this is the perfect opportunity to … View more518m2 of flat freehold section in the Coast Boulevard is up for Grabs! A great opportunity in a well established Papamoa. Ideal Location... only a stroll to schools, shops and restaurants. Build your dream home or housing concept available! Vendors want sold, so this is the perfect opportunity to create your very own lush landscaping and your forever home.
Call Ange today 0275492220.

18 days ago

Join us at community engagement sessions to learn more about growth in central Tauranga

Communications from Tauranga City Council

It's no secret Tauranga is growing fast, and this growth is going to continue. We want to work with you and our partners to develop a plan to support growth in central Tauranga.

If you live, work, play and/or learn within the Te Papa peninsula area, join us at this event to learn more about … View more
It's no secret Tauranga is growing fast, and this growth is going to continue. We want to work with you and our partners to develop a plan to support growth in central Tauranga.

If you live, work, play and/or learn within the Te Papa peninsula area, join us at this event to learn more about this project and provide your feedback on growth in central Tauranga.

This community engagement sessions will have a brief presentation followed by a workshop, food for attendees and a kids corner. A NZSL sign language interpreter will also be at a number of events to interpret for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Follow the link to find full event details.

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18 days ago

Poll: Should vaping ads be banned?

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Tobacco companies are ramping up advertising for vaping products in what's being called a lolly scramble for customers, before new regulations come in.

Local e-cigarette businesses and anti-smoking groups say aggressive marketing campaigns are a bid to maximise sales before an expected … View more
Tobacco companies are ramping up advertising for vaping products in what's being called a lolly scramble for customers, before new regulations come in.

Local e-cigarette businesses and anti-smoking groups say aggressive marketing campaigns are a bid to maximise sales before an expected clampdown on how alternatives to smoking can be advertised.

To read more, click here.

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Should vaping ads be banned?
  • 87% Yes
    87% Complete
  • 13% No
    13% Complete
2043 votes
21 days ago

Screen Printing

Jill from Welcome Bay

Hi All, I am wanting to have approximately 6 Ladies t shirts printed. The art work has already been done but the present provider is only prepared to do a minimum run of 10 units. Costly otherwise. Grateful for suggestions Thanks

19 days ago

The dates for Neighbours Day Aotearoa 2020 have been announced! ❤️

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Looking forward to celebrating our wonderful communities across the country with all of you from 27 March to 5 of April.

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20 days ago

Luxury Care Suites in Tauranga

Oceania Healthcare

Looking for luxury Rest Home and Hospital Living? Then a Care Suite at The Bayview might be the option you are looking for.

At The Bayview, we have reinvented Rest Home Care. Luxury Care Suites provide Rest Home and Hospital Care, with larger suites available for couples.

A kind, caring … View more
Looking for luxury Rest Home and Hospital Living? Then a Care Suite at The Bayview might be the option you are looking for.

At The Bayview, we have reinvented Rest Home Care. Luxury Care Suites provide Rest Home and Hospital Care, with larger suites available for couples.

A kind, caring team is always on hand. Delicious meals are prepared just the way you like them, and we can help you keep doing the things you love.

The Bayview is located at 163 Waihi Road, Tauranga.
Find out more

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20 days ago

The right strengths for the trades

BCITO

It takes the right person with the right attitude to succeed in the trades. Someone with grit, determination and endurance. These are the kinds of strengths that women have and that the industry needs.

Like Chloe Davis from McMillan & Lockwood in Tauranga – Chloe is only 32 and has three … View more
It takes the right person with the right attitude to succeed in the trades. Someone with grit, determination and endurance. These are the kinds of strengths that women have and that the industry needs.

Like Chloe Davis from McMillan & Lockwood in Tauranga – Chloe is only 32 and has three kids, a decade in hospo and is a year into her carpentry apprenticeship.

If you’re a woman interested in the trades, read how local women are doing it or register for The BCITO & Mitre 10 Building Women night to meet them and employers in person.

Got the right strengths for the trades? Buildingwomen.nz
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23 days ago

Should prisoners be allowed to vote in the council elections?

The team Reporter from Bay News

Hi neighbours - prisoners have expressed that they want to be able to vote in both the general election and local body elections.

They say it would help them feel human and connected to the community, with former prisoner Awatea Mita saying the voting ban is "humiliating and … View more
Hi neighbours - prisoners have expressed that they want to be able to vote in both the general election and local body elections.

They say it would help them feel human and connected to the community, with former prisoner Awatea Mita saying the voting ban is "humiliating and dehumanising".

What do you think? Should prisoners be allowed to vote in the council elections? Read more here

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24 days ago

Should parents be charged if their kids wag school?

The team Reporter from Bay News

Hi neighbours - a teen who refused to go to school has cost his parents after they were charged $50 under the Education Act.

The court heard that over a period of 62 school days, the teen was unjustifiably absent on 38 days, with a further seven classified as justified absence.

What are your … View more
Hi neighbours - a teen who refused to go to school has cost his parents after they were charged $50 under the Education Act.

The court heard that over a period of 62 school days, the teen was unjustifiably absent on 38 days, with a further seven classified as justified absence.

What are your thoughts? Should parents be charged if their kids wag school?

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20 days ago

New Stuff Circuit Investigation - watch now!

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Check out the latest work from Stuff Circuit. A must-watch for anyone seeking a better understanding of the culture that fostered the Christchurch mosque attacks. Watch now by clicking here.

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