Tangimoana, Tangimoana

81 days ago

👋 Jeff is a home, car, boat and digger owner, born and raised in Whangārei.

Competenz

Jeff has a wife and two boys and a whole bunch of sheep. He was able to earn on the job and buy his first home while he completed his apprenticeship.

Take care of yourself and your whānau without the debt of a student loan to hold you back. This is your sign to embrace the fluro!

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82 days ago

Using social media for your business

Digital Boost

Hi Neighbour,

We understand that every penny counts for small business owners. Often this means finding ways of connecting with customers and increasing awareness of your brand - without the hefty price tag!

That's why getting your business on social media is a no-brainer. It’s one of the … View more
Hi Neighbour,

We understand that every penny counts for small business owners. Often this means finding ways of connecting with customers and increasing awareness of your brand - without the hefty price tag!

That's why getting your business on social media is a no-brainer. It’s one of the most cost-effective forms of digital marketing. Plus, it's easy to get started and begin making an impact immediately. Digital Boost can help you get set up and understand how all the different social media channels work.

Jump over to Digital Boost for an introduction to social media channels, advice on how to set up your first Facebook campaign, or tips on how to establish your presence on Facebook or Instagram.

We’ve got plenty of resources to get you going on your social media journey and we’re here to help.

Get started on building a strong online presence today!
Hashtag - what are you waiting for?

The team at Digital Boost

82 days ago

Digitising your business with Frances Valintine

The Team from Digital Boost

Digitising your business should be a priority right now, an online presence is vital in today’s ever-evolving landscape.

Digital Boost can help you get started in this very special Digital Boost Q&A session with Frances Valintine - founder and CEO of The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab.
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Digitising your business should be a priority right now, an online presence is vital in today’s ever-evolving landscape.

Digital Boost can help you get started in this very special Digital Boost Q&A session with Frances Valintine - founder and CEO of The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab.
Frances will discuss the importance of digitising your business and offer guidance to get your business moving forward online.

When: Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM Auckland, Wellington

Click here to register and join Frances for this exciting opportunity!
Find out more

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82 days ago

Why do I need a new will?​

Public Trust

If you haven’t updated your will in a long time, it’s important to create a new one. ​

Having a will gives your family peace of mind during the grieving process. When your wishes are clearly outlined in a legal document, it gives everyone the clarity they need, and ensures nothing… View more
If you haven’t updated your will in a long time, it’s important to create a new one. ​

Having a will gives your family peace of mind during the grieving process. When your wishes are clearly outlined in a legal document, it gives everyone the clarity they need, and ensures nothing is overlooked or forgotten. ​

It’s easy to get everything in order and up to date by asking yourself a few key questions..
Read on to find out more

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83 days ago

Is your property climate resilient?

Climate Insights

Find out today by accessing the latest climate science for your property with Climate Insights.

Risks to your investment and the roof over your and your family’s head are something that you can manage. With estimates of up to an 8 percent increase in damages from extreme rainfall alone between… View more
Find out today by accessing the latest climate science for your property with Climate Insights.

Risks to your investment and the roof over your and your family’s head are something that you can manage. With estimates of up to an 8 percent increase in damages from extreme rainfall alone between now and 2040 and up to 25 percent by 2100 we need to act now.

Your first step could be a physical risk assessment and adaptation guide for either your current or future home. Check out the sample reports and get one for yourself.
Download your Property Climate Risk Report

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83 days ago

What a year! ❤2❤Catch up!

Michelle Shailer from Creative

🙋‍♀️Hi neighbours! I hope your all well though all the disruptions of late, its so easy to be swept away by all the stress and miss counting even small blessings we maybe so lucky to have.

It's been a while since I have posted to you all sorry. We have had a heart breaking and … View more
🙋‍♀️Hi neighbours! I hope your all well though all the disruptions of late, its so easy to be swept away by all the stress and miss counting even small blessings we maybe so lucky to have.

It's been a while since I have posted to you all sorry. We have had a heart breaking and making year this year,(well get the bad out the way first) getting a terminal diagnosis for our big old girl Karma (white dog) in Januray-shes still with us and fine atm, having to put down our goat Buddy the next week suddenly...and our poor puppy Hunter- he was a regular at the vets with specialist help figuring out he unfortunately had a rare immune disorder and food allergies on top, he got sick on top, we did everything, but we can only say we gave him the best short life he could have had and lost him late May.

HOWEVER dry your eyes and meeeetttt Bear hes only been with us a short time but living his best life 😍 and Ewok, our new garden maintenance guy in training....did I mention we also got Married early March 👰🤵 a relaxed occasion enjoyed by all at our home, followed by an "bucket list" South Island trip for our honeymoon early May 🥰

.....Iv finally been able to do a couple of custom glass jobs lately too!!

(Talk about rollercoaster right!)

If you made it this far, wow go you star🤩
I wish all of you the best as we move in to the end/start of year, festivities with struggles old and new.

"❤Everyone's fighting there own battles, kindness is everywhere if you cant see it be it ❤"

84 days ago

Lead contamination forces recall of sugar products

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Six sugar products have been recalled by major manufacturers due to lead contamination.

Raw and brown sugar products by Chelsea, Pams and Woolworths are affected, and have been sold at retail outlets and supermarkets throughout New Zealand through October to November 4 2021.

In a statement, … View more
Six sugar products have been recalled by major manufacturers due to lead contamination.

Raw and brown sugar products by Chelsea, Pams and Woolworths are affected, and have been sold at retail outlets and supermarkets throughout New Zealand through October to November 4 2021.

In a statement, MPI said that that the food safety risk from these products is low, and informed customers who have bought these products to not consume them.

Here's what you need to know:

NAME OF PRODUCT
- Chelsea brand Raw Sugar (500g, 1.2kg, and 4kg)
- Chelsea brand Soft Brown Sugar (500g and 1kg)
- Pams brand Raw Sugar (1kg)
- Pams brand Soft Brown Sugar (1kg)
- Woolworths brand Raw Sugar (500g and 1kg)
- Woolworths brand Brown Sugar (500g and 1kg)

BATCH MARKING
- Chelsea brand Raw Sugar (500g, 1.2kg, and 4kg): Lot 21271 through to Lot 21303
- Chelsea brand Soft Brown Sugar (500g and 1kg): Lot 21280 through to Lot 21293
- Pams brand Raw Sugar (1kg): Lot 21270 through to Lot 21302
- Pams brand Soft Brown Sugar (1kg): Lot 21272 through to Lot 21303
- Woolworths brand Raw Sugar (500g, and 1kg): Lot 21274 through to Lot 21281
- Woolworths brand Brown Sugar (500g, and 1kg): Lot 21278 through to Lot 21303

The recall does not affect any other Chelsea brands of sugar or any other products manufactured by these companies.

Customers are encouraged to get in touch with their retailer to get a full refund.

To find out more about this recall, please visit the New Zealand Food Safety Website.

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84 days ago

Meet the 2 Hawke's Bay gardeners up for our 2021 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

They want to create an app to make it easier for gardeners to share and swap crops and seeds. Read their story and don't forget to vote!

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87 days ago

Internet Provider For Rural Wireless

Michelle from Linton

Hi does anyone know of a internet provider for people who live rural?
We have a rural property and our internet is always dropping off, every 5 minutes. It is so bad that we hardly have internet anymore. Surely we are not the only ones having this issue. Any solutions or recommendations greatly… View more
Hi does anyone know of a internet provider for people who live rural?
We have a rural property and our internet is always dropping off, every 5 minutes. It is so bad that we hardly have internet anymore. Surely we are not the only ones having this issue. Any solutions or recommendations greatly appreciated.

85 days ago

More amazing gardeners up for the 2021 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

These Palmerston North green thumbs ensure hospice patients and their families get to enjoy flowers, foliage and fragrance. Read their story, then don't forget to vote for them!

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86 days ago

Meet the 2021 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year finalist from Matakana

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Trish Allen is giving away her garden harvest -- again! During the 2020 lockdown, she gave away over 140kg in fruit from her home orchard. This year, she didn’t have fruit to swap but her vegetable garden was packed with winter crops. “I had masses of broccoli, cauliflower, kale, silverbeet and… View moreTrish Allen is giving away her garden harvest -- again! During the 2020 lockdown, she gave away over 140kg in fruit from her home orchard. This year, she didn’t have fruit to swap but her vegetable garden was packed with winter crops. “I had masses of broccoli, cauliflower, kale, silverbeet and French sorrel. So I gave out a lot of parcels of those to anyone I knew who needed it.”

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87 days ago

Meet Alexandria Lindsay, our 2021 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year finalist from Waitara

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Alexandria Te Ripeka "Pearl" Lindsay (Te Āti Awa o Taranaki) started gardening to grow her own food -- and now she's growing food for her community too.

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87 days ago

VOCAL COACH/SINGING LESSONS (INDIVIDUAL LESSONS)

Michelle from Linton

Do you love to sing? Do you want to improve your voice or are you a beginner wanting to learn? Check out the link below
letsgetsinging.weebly.com...
For more info PH/TEXT 027 2240 170 😊🎤

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90 days ago

ISO Thimbles

Emily from Linton

Does anyone have any thimbles they no longer want that i could add to my collection?

Thanks in advance

88 days ago

Meet our first finalist for the 2021 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Get to know Darfield gardener Bronwyn Adams-Hooper, who runs a horticulture programme for the 18- to 21-year-olds serving time in the youth unit at Christchurch Men’s Prison. With her help, they've been growing veges that win awards at their local A&P show.

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