Nikau Valley, Paraparaumu

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18 days ago

Mens Merida Big 9 Mountain Bike - large frame

Sue from Paraparaumu Beach

Good condition, 53cm frame so suit quite a tall person.
Please call 021 972 702 if interested.
Also still available jigsaw, tv and cabinet, assorted hand tools, pull out bed etc. Here till 12pm Saturday.
29 Sweetman Ave, Paraparaumu Beach

Price: $150

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19 days ago

Poll: Prospa Local Business Hero - who gets your vote?

Prospa

Small businesses need our support. We are proud to be celebrating our 10 regional 2021 Prospa Local Business Heroes for their commitment to their communities. 

They now need your help! We are now looking for the New Zealand Prospa Local Business Hero - our overall winner, as voted by … View more
Small businesses need our support. We are proud to be celebrating our 10 regional 2021 Prospa Local Business Heroes for their commitment to their communities. 

They now need your help! We are now looking for the New Zealand Prospa Local Business Hero - our overall winner, as voted by Neighbourly members around the country!

This lucky business will walk away with $10,000 worth of prizes!

Please take a couple of minutes to read the nominations below - then vote for the business you'd like to see named 2021 Prospa Local Business Hero.
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NORTHLAND: Wayne and Kate - Engraving Systems
"Wayne and Kate have been trying to support all the local sports clubs and businesses with great service and going that extra mile to help. They really have brought some life back into the community and should be acknowledged and rewarded for all the hard work."

AUCKLAND: Lynnae Palu - F45 Training Takapuna
"With no ability to trade in Level 3 or above, they still keep their members engaged and motivated with online workouts and daily challenges even though memberships are on hold and the gym is closed. They really are more like a family than a gym ❤️."

WAIKATO: Team at Incredible India - Incredible India Restaurant
"Not only do they make the most authentic, delicious Indian food. Their service is thoughtful and kind. We always feel appreciated for using their establishment, either by the warm greeting we get, the offer of a drink if we are waiting for take-out and their cute handwritten messages on the carry bag of dinner. They put the effort into the whole package not just making money."

BAY OF PLENTY: Team at Benny and Brew - Benny and Brew
"Our neighbourhood was missing a great cafe and meeting place. Since Benny and Brew have opened they have given our neighbourhood a massive lift. It's a place where you go for the people and the food and drink are delicious which is icing on the cake. For a bit, they were operating as a French bistro and the food was to die for! These guys have worked so hard and brought such joy to our neighbourhood"

HAWKE’S BAY - GISBORNE: Jazz and his family - Bossman Dairy - Creagh St Store
"Every member of this family who serves in the shop are very friendly, helpful and always smiling. They get to know all their customers and I have never walked into a shop that makes you feel so welcome. During our first lockdown for Covid, they put food such as milk, bread, out for people who may need it free of charge."

TARANAKI: Reece and family - Valentine's Valet
"Reece the owner of Valentine’s Valet, often helped by his Dad, mainly deals with lawns and gardens but he runs both a Carpet Cleaning and a Car Buffing business also. He is extremely hard-working, helpful and friendly and is happy to do the odd job that doesn’t fall into one of his usual categories. He comes to us fortnightly and we could not do without him. If anyone deserves an award it is — Reece Valentine!"

MANAWATU-WANGANUI: Jamie - JD Hair Design
"Jamie is amazing - not only does he offer incredible haircuts at an affordable price he is a genuinely caring man. With a heart of gold, everyone is whānau to him and he treats you like it. I always leave his salon looking fabulous but also feeling fabulous. He is the type of man that fills your inner well of good feelings while he makes you feel and look special."

WELLINGTON: Meredith and Craig - Avalon Service Centre
"Meredith and Craig Butland and their team do a wonderful job and go the extra mile to make sure every job is to the customer's satisfaction. They drop people at their workplaces and pick them up when work on the car is finished. They take the time to talk to customers about anything and are great neighbours to the local residents. Avalon Service Centre are definitely our local heroes in Avalon."

NELSON - MARLBOROUGH: Mary Jane and Colin - Lemon Tree Lane
"Lemon Tree Lane is a great big little gift shop. I am so grateful for Mary Jane and Colin's 'You are very welcome' and 'it's no trouble at all' attitude. Their prices are very reasonable, they always happily gift wrap with beautiful papers and ribbons as a part of their service. I truly can't speak highly enough of this community-minded couple and their classy, extensive range of items that never leave us disappointed."

CANTERBURY - WEST: Troy Cameron - ATC Accounting Services
"Troy Cameron is a local accountant. He is an awesome family man and it is not unusual to see Matilda, his Kune Kune pig, snuggled up with his dog and daughter in his lounge. It was the flying pig on his flyer that made me call him 2 years ago and as we had just gone into business which was scary in itself, let alone dealing with an accountant, we have never looked back. Troy goes the extra mile and his fees are more than reasonable"

OTAGO - SOUTHLAND: Richard Smith - CJ Sinclair
"The owner is Richard Smith whose family have been in the motor trade in the Ranfurly Naseby area for over 100 years. During the last years lock down our car broke down leaving us feeling quite uncomfortable as we live some distance from medical & other services. Richard came to our rescue. We need such companies and people in our rural areas. Richard demonstrates such excellent attributes required in our area."

Prospa Local Business Hero - who gets your vote?
  • 5.6% NORTHLAND: Wayne and Kate - Engraving Systems
    5.6% Complete
  • 13.9% AUCKLAND: Lynnae Palu - F45 Training Takapuna
    13.9% Complete
  • 7.8% WAIKATO: Team at Incredible India - Incredible India Restaurant
    7.8% Complete
  • 5.9% BAY OF PLENTY: Team at Benny and Brew - Benny and Brew
    5.9% Complete
  • 15% HAWKE’S BAY - GISBORNE: Jazz and his family - Bossman Dairy - Creagh St Store
    15% Complete
  • 5.2% TARANAKI: Reece and family - Valentine's Valet
    5.2% Complete
  • 9.7% MANAWATU-WANGANUI: Jamie - JD Hair Design
    9.7% Complete
  • 13.9% WELLINGTON: Meredith and Craig - Avalon Service Centre
    13.9% Complete
  • 11.8% NELSON - MARLBOROUGH: Mary Jane and Colin - Lemon Tree Lane
    11.8% Complete
  • 7.3% CANTERBURY - WEST: Troy Cameron - ATC Accounting Services
    7.3% Complete
  • 3.8% OTAGO - SOUTHLAND: Richard Smith - CJ Sinclair
    3.8% Complete
1030 votes
21 days ago
19 days ago

Desk chair

Natalie from Raumati South

Our teenage son used this as his gaming chair. Very comfortable. Small bit has peeled off but chair still great.

Price: $25

19 days ago

Simple desk

Natalie from Raumati South

Been well used as a gaming desk:-)

Price: $30

19 days ago

Desk

Natalie from Raumati South

Painted desk. Solid

Price: $70

19 days ago

Bio 500 water filter

Natalie from Raumati South

Had this a couple years now and it’s been great. No need for bottled water with this filter.
For Information about the filter I have provided a link below;

www.wendyls.co.nz...

Price: $300

19 days ago

End CCP - Eliminate The Demon CCP ( Chinese Communist party )

Bert from Paraparaumu

Sign the petition Your voice matters
go to the web and read and vote endccp.com

20 days ago

Outdoor Floor Stock Clearance Sale

Paulas Home & Living

Up to 60% off awesome floor stock specials, plus 15% off the Ecosmart Fire range.

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20 days ago

Art Class - Learn to Draw

Kimbra from Paraparaumu

LEARN TO DRAW
I am running a Monday evening class for complete beginners. You can learn to draw the image below in one term of drawing. Everyone learns by activating their right hemisphere which is visual and creative.
Class starts on Monday the3rd of May at 7pm. $260 for the term is all you have … View more
LEARN TO DRAW
I am running a Monday evening class for complete beginners. You can learn to draw the image below in one term of drawing. Everyone learns by activating their right hemisphere which is visual and creative.
Class starts on Monday the3rd of May at 7pm. $260 for the term is all you have to pay. If an evening suits you take the plunge and sign up to learn to draw!

email kimbra.taylor@gmail.com

artworks.kiwi...

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20 days ago

BARISTA POSITION PART TIME

Warwick from Barista boys Waikanae

Join the busy, happy team at BARISTA BOYS WAIKANAE.
Approx 15 hours per week with flexibility to cover some relieving shifts.
Phone: Warwick 027 2421222.

30 days ago

Change of address

Gail from Raumati South

Hi there can anyone please tell me how to change my address on neighbourly? I'm still local 🙂

22 days ago

Houseplants looking sick? The plant doctor answers your questions

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hi neighbours,
Thank you to everyone who submitted questions about their sickly plant babies. Houseplants might be fashionable, but they can be tricky to get right. Whether it’s the wrong light, too much or too little water, or a pesky draft, it doesn’t take much for your prize peace lily to … View more
Hi neighbours,
Thank you to everyone who submitted questions about their sickly plant babies. Houseplants might be fashionable, but they can be tricky to get right. Whether it’s the wrong light, too much or too little water, or a pesky draft, it doesn’t take much for your prize peace lily to turn yellow or an infestation of bugs to set in.

We put some of your houseplant questions to the plant doctors from Kings Plant Barn to diagnose. Find their answers here.

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20 days ago

Seeking Practitioners, Clinicians, Workshop/Class/Group Facilitators

Debby from Waikanae

Seeking Practitioners, Clinicians, Workshop/Class/Group Facilitators for a new, and exciting, Wellness Centre in Lindale, opening April 2021.

The Rezonate Wellness centre houses a beautiful reception, five treatment rooms, a relaxing kitchen/breakout area and a 9m x 4m classroom. All very … View more
Seeking Practitioners, Clinicians, Workshop/Class/Group Facilitators for a new, and exciting, Wellness Centre in Lindale, opening April 2021.

The Rezonate Wellness centre houses a beautiful reception, five treatment rooms, a relaxing kitchen/breakout area and a 9m x 4m classroom. All very tastefully and professionally decorated in a welcoming and relaxing environment.

The mission of the Rezonate Wellness Centre is to put the WE into Wellness by collaboratively and actively empowering clients to find peace of mind, life purpose, make beautiful connections while improving their overall health and wellbeing.

If you have experience in any of the following, facilitate classes, workshops or group events, or have other Wellness based experience, we want to hear from you.

• Beautician/Make-up
• Massage/Bodywork
• Acupuncture/Energy worker
• Counsellor/Coaching
• Homeopath/Herbalist
• Nutritionist/Dietician
• Men’s heath & wellbeing
• Children’s health & wellbeing
• Senior health & wellbeing
• Group / Class / Workshop Facilitator

Email Debby at: wellness@rezonate.co.nz confirming if you are a practitioner or facilitator, your service type and experience and your preferred days/time(s)

If you need any additional information, please contact us.

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22 days ago

Kāpiti Council closes another leaky building

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Another leaky building owned by the Kāpiti Coast District Council has been closed.
The Te Newhanga Community Centre was revealed to be affected by leaks, water damaged infrastructure, and toxic mould in 2019, months after another council-owned building, the Waikanae Public Library, was shut for … View more
Another leaky building owned by the Kāpiti Coast District Council has been closed.
The Te Newhanga Community Centre was revealed to be affected by leaks, water damaged infrastructure, and toxic mould in 2019, months after another council-owned building, the Waikanae Public Library, was shut for the same reason.
Despite a call from a then-councillor to close the building for health reasons, the community centre remained open to the public. Nearly two years later the council has announced it will be shut until it can be rebuilt or replaced, after testing showed the amount of dangerous mould and moisture damage had increased.
The council said it was committed to rebuilding or replacing the building, proposing setting aside $5 million either this year or 2022.

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