214 days ago

Just a quick shout out

Mark from Cando Technology Ltd T/A The Computer Place

We have taken delivery of a shipment of ex lease corporate IT equipment that includes laptops, all in one computers, monitors, desktop computers and HP Elite X2 tablets that are a must see for Back to School and Uni students.
The HP Elite X2 Tablets are priced from only $385 and have a range of options. (Current model replacement cost from $3273). Built well to last.
They come with a fresh Windows 10 install and of course come with a warranty
Come in and have a look at The Computer Place, 8 Amohia St (next to Pram railway station), Paraparaumu. Open 9am – 1pm, Monday to Friday Phone 04 2972226

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7 days ago

Pet of the Day: Meet Murphy

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Tracy Watkins is the proud owner of Murphy.

"She loves chasing rabbits but while she’s never actually caught one it's good exercise for working off her other favourite thing, treats.
She also loves swimming in the creek on our lifestyle block and likes most things about country life (except cows which can be a bit intimidating). She also loves a lie in and is always the last one out of bed."
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say which suburb you live in.

4 days ago

Lost Dog

Ian from Waikanae


11 hours ago

power prices

Harry from Waikanae

while all nz is struggling with power costs the power companies are ripping us off. Genesis Energy plans to increase its electricity prices for residential customers in January despite posting a 600% increase in its annual profit and signalling a further increase in its operating profit ahead.
Chief executive Marc England said it hadn’t yet decided how much prices would go up, as it would consider that strategically and make a call on that later this year.
Genesis posted a bumper $222 million profit for the year to the end of June, which was six times higher than its $32m profit the year prior and almost four times its $46m profit in 2020.

Fellow state-controlled ’gentailer’ Mercury Energy reported earlier this week that it had more than tripled its annual profit to $469m, with the largest of the gentailers, Meridian Energy, due to report its annual result next week.