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19 days ago

Books on the Royal family

Diana from Blenheim

All books published in the early 1950's.
If you would like to come and have a look, I'm more than happy for you to do so.
Contact me on my E-mail address.

Negotiable

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20 days ago

FOUND Missing 6month old kitten named Frida

Amanda from Blenheim

Update

Frida has been found and now grounded until she’s 18.

Thank you everyone


Dementia Pet.
Missing from Henry Street.
Please help find her.

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20 days ago

Richmond on the rise as movie theatre and shopping precinct speed to completion.

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Richmond is growing as new homes are filled, a shopping complex is planned and a movie theatre is aiming to entertain. Check out Cherie Sivignon's article on Richmond West's new developments and what's in store. How do you feel about Richmond's future? Let us know.

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20 days ago

Double kayak, Brand New

Anne from Blenheim

Brand new
The Crusade Double X kayak is the perfect single or double person fishing kayak. It is easy to maneuver with plenty of space and stability while standing on the water.
It is ideal for your sporting needs and it is perfect for fishing.
$1100 o.n.o
Ph / tex Martin for more info. To … View more
Brand new
The Crusade Double X kayak is the perfect single or double person fishing kayak. It is easy to maneuver with plenty of space and stability while standing on the water.
It is ideal for your sporting needs and it is perfect for fishing.
$1100 o.n.o
Ph / tex Martin for more info. To view.
0212284065.

Negotiable

20 days ago

Career Navigator

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

In 2021 we reached 565 rangatahi through our Career Navigator programme. Career Navigator helps students navigate their way through the endless career opportunities presented to them via in school and community 🧡

To find out more about our Career Navigator programme, click on the link below!

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33 days ago

Christmas holiday

The Team from Office for Seniors

Our office is closed until 5 January 2022. We wish you all a safe and happy holiday season 🎄🥳

You can use your online service MyMSD 24/7 bit.ly...

Have other questions? You can contact MSD Senior Services on 0800 552 002. Please note this line is closed on public holidays.

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21 days ago

2 seater and 1 armchair, both recline and are leather

David from Wakefield

Suit bach or first home
Fee pick up Wakefield

Free

21 days ago

WANTED Mobile Chicken fencing.

Donna from Wakefield

WANTED: Mobile chicken fencing like the picture wanted in good condition. Minimum of 21 metres long by 1.3m high. Im in Kohatu near Tapawera in rural Nelson. Contact me on here or 0272822228 Cant afford new prices.

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23 days ago

Stars

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

In 2021 we reached 6,200 rangatahi through our Stars programme. Stars is a 12-month mentoring programme that supports, motivates and positively reinforces Year 9 students by participating in adventure and community projects during their first year in secondary school ❤️

To find out more about … View more
In 2021 we reached 6,200 rangatahi through our Stars programme. Stars is a 12-month mentoring programme that supports, motivates and positively reinforces Year 9 students by participating in adventure and community projects during their first year in secondary school ❤️

To find out more about our Stars programme, click the link below!

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25 days ago

Kiwi Can

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

Ngā mihi o te tau hou | Happy New Year!

Wishing everyone a warm and safe welcome into 2022! We can't wait to get back into the swing of things and kick start this year with a bang! 🎉

Our office will be open from Wednesday 12th.

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25 days ago

Happy New Year Neighbours!

The Team from NZ Compare

The Team at NZ Compare wish you a wonderful New Year!
Thank you for welcoming us into your Neighbourhood, we can't wait to help you compare what's out there in 2022.

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40 days ago

Sign up for First Drop - our weekly cricket newsletter

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours - who's excited for a summer of cricket??

First Drop is Stuff's weekly newsletter, delivering breaking updates, great reads and a look at what's coming up in the world of cricket each week - straight to your inbox!

Sign up here (it's free!) or visit … View more
Hey neighbours - who's excited for a summer of cricket??

First Drop is Stuff's weekly newsletter, delivering breaking updates, great reads and a look at what's coming up in the world of cricket each week - straight to your inbox!

Sign up here (it's free!) or visit stuff.co.nz/newsletters .

Stuff’s cricket coverage is second to none, from the Black Caps and White Ferns to the men’s and women's Super Smash. And there’s a big summer of cricket looming, culminating in the Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, so don't miss out on the action!

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28 days ago

Kiwi Can

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

This year we've reached 21,729 tamariki through our Kiwi Can programme. Kiwi can teaches values such as positive relationships, respect, integrity and resilience 💚

To find out more about our Kiwi Can programme, click the link below.

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41 days ago

Christmas with Grandad

Colleen Hawkes Reporter from Homed

It's that time of year - we all get a little nostalgic for Christmas' past. My grandad wasn't exactly the Grinch Who Stole Christmas, but he sure wanted it over and done with. Would love to hear your reminisces.

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30 days ago

2021

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

This year we have reached over 28,000 tamariki and rangatahi through our programmes 💚

We use a combination of teaching within classrooms and having adventures in the great outdoors. Tamariki and rangatahi are taught key life skills to develop resilience, build self-belief and face their futures… View more
This year we have reached over 28,000 tamariki and rangatahi through our programmes 💚

We use a combination of teaching within classrooms and having adventures in the great outdoors. Tamariki and rangatahi are taught key life skills to develop resilience, build self-belief and face their futures with more confidence.

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