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54 days ago

Work Wanted

Martin from Rangiora

I am a retired ex builder and would like some light work part time , have most classes of driving . One offs or regular considered . Small jobs . Clean Gutters etc
I charge reasonable rates .
Have Class 4 and current forklift osh licence .
Can also do small water blasting jobs , Drives , deck etc .

Have you anything please ? Text me 02102732152

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1 day ago

Councillor childcare costs will be covered by the Waimakariri District Council

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

The Waimakariri District Council will pay for childcare costs incurred by elected members up to $6000 per child, per year – uncapped.

In the proposal document, it stated there were concerns a lack of financial support for childcare created a "barrier for people, in particular women, to enter elected positions in local government".

The allowance was introduced by the Remuneration Authority last year, but the decision to adopt it was left up to individual councils to decide.

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15 hours ago

What's On: Waitangi Day Car-boot sale

Sophie from Hurunui District

$10 stall/car-boot (Charitable Organizations free)Fun day out, bring a picnic, buy some fresh scones &tea/coffee. All money raised goes to the Spotswood Hall Restoration Fund. Book now. ph Lesley 02041468272
Waitangi Day Car-boot sale
  • Spotswood Hall
2 days ago

Poll: Clothesline Wire - Coated or Uncoated?

William from SwiftDry Clotheslines NZ

From your experience, which of the below would you much rather use on your clothesline?

We'd love to know what your preference is and let us know why in the comments!

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Clothesline Wire - Coated or Uncoated?
  • 72.9% Plastic Coated Clothesline Wire or Cord
    72.9% Complete
  • 27.1% Galvanised Clothesline Wire
    27.1% Complete
  • 0% Other - Please note in the comments
    0% Complete
70 votes