Bellevue, Tauranga

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25 days ago

Feijoa Scooped and frozen

Allan from Tauriko

Feijoa scooped and frozen. Price is $16 per Kg.
Available in Half. One. Two and Three Kg snap lock bags. As well as some 1kg plastic containers. (In total we still have over 100Kgs)
It takes approx. 2.3 Kgs of fruit off the tree to produce 1 kg of scooped fruit. So in effect $16 per kg of frozen … View more
Feijoa scooped and frozen. Price is $16 per Kg.
Available in Half. One. Two and Three Kg snap lock bags. As well as some 1kg plastic containers. (In total we still have over 100Kgs)
It takes approx. 2.3 Kgs of fruit off the tree to produce 1 kg of scooped fruit. So in effect $16 per kg of frozen equals less that $7 per Kg for the actual fruit.

The fruit is not registered organic but is totally spray free. All processing carried out in spotless and hygienic surrounds by myself and my wife, both of us having attended food hygiene courses.

We live in Tauranga and do not want to ship small amounts of frozen fruit nationwide. However, we travel quite frequently to Auckland, Rotorua, Hamilton areas and could possibly bring fruit through.

We are happy to deliver around Tauranga, or fruit to be picked up as long as prior arrangements are made. Call us on 0274964683

Price: $16

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37 days ago

Wool Prem Baby Knitting

Wendy from Gate Pa

I am knitting for prem babies at the hospitals. I am needing wool not acrylic as I am told the acrylic does not breath and can be too hot for the little babies.
If you have any spare wool I would appreciate it to help keep our little babies warm.
Thank you.

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26 days ago

Wanted old Dial telephone or simple turntable

Julie from Bethlehem

We have a grandson who is non verbal at this stage but he LOVES things that spin, looking for amusement for him. Please ph Julie 576 7150 or answer on neighbourly

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27 days ago

garage sale

Neville from Gate Pa

This SATERDAY 3/August 2019 at 97 Hynds Road Gate Pa. Time is 8am to 12pm

Negotiable

27 days ago

Winter Warmer Special

Christine from Body Treatments

Birthday Month and Winter Warmer Special - 25% off Lash and brow tint and shape when you mention this post until the end of August. Now only $30 !!! phone 5706270

27 days ago

PRODUCT RECALL: Warehouse children's sleepwear

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The Warehouse has recalled a range of children's sleepwear amid concerns of children being strangled or burned.

"The draw cord and pom poms may become tangled when worn posing a safety risk to children, plus they may present a fire hazard if they are exposed to a naked flame," the… View more
The Warehouse has recalled a range of children's sleepwear amid concerns of children being strangled or burned.

"The draw cord and pom poms may become tangled when worn posing a safety risk to children, plus they may present a fire hazard if they are exposed to a naked flame," the notice said.

Anyone who brought one of the $18 ponchos should "stop using it and return it to the nearest Warehouse store".

For more information contact The Warehouse on 0800 422 274 or go to its website.
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27 days ago

Woman’s Spidi Motorcycle pants

Angelina from Otumoetai

Great condition, size S, removable padding on knees & hips, also lined for winter which zips in/out.

Negotiable

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30 days ago

Create your own plant stand

The Team from Resene ColorShop Tauranga

Slightly Scandi and very cool, this concrete plant stand is a stylish addition to any home. Finish the legs with your favourite Resene colour.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself.

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30 days ago

Fluroescent Lights

Claude from Brookfield

Four lights 2 double and 2 single all working . + one spare tube and spare starters $50.00 for everything

Price: $50

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30 days ago

"The Journey", by Brandon Bays.

Peter from Bellevue

This book and process has been around for many years and still it is just absolutely amazing to what can happen when you are going on "The Journey".


What is “The Journey” ? Have you ever heard about this book or process? it is worth reading about it at least, fascinating process … View more
This book and process has been around for many years and still it is just absolutely amazing to what can happen when you are going on "The Journey".


What is “The Journey” ? Have you ever heard about this book or process? it is worth reading about it at least, fascinating process to do even more so.
“The Journey” is a way of helping to heal your life and set yourself free from the results of thought patterns that have been causing stress, tension, pain or dis-ease. These thought patterns will have been created from a past experiences and the memories of them still held in the body and affecting everyday life.

After being diagnosed with a football-sized tumour, experiencing her own personal journey of healing which led to a complete healing, Brandon Bays writes her story in a book named, “The Journey.” I highly recommend this book as a resource for people who wish to experience “The Journey Process”.

Journey sessions can be deeply transformative and have set thousands of people free from lifelong emotional and physical blocks. It can guide a person directly to the root cause of longstanding difficulties and then give them the tools to heal it completely. The changes that result in the mind and the body produce lasting results.

Journey sessions have the potential to powerfully heal and transform particular areas of your life, e.g. physical health, relationships, grief and trauma etc.

A journey session is guided by your own body wisdom and will allow you to let go of what you are ready to let go of. As most of us require healing in many different aspects of our lives and healing may be done in layers to protect the body and mind, it may require a series of sessions to achieve it.
Healing the body and mind … It all starts with a decision … Your decision

A decision that recognises that something in your life needs to be healed. It might be that something needs to change, something needs to be different or something needs to improve. Once you have made the decision to heal, I am here to support it by introducing you to Transformational Emotional and Cellular Level Healing in the Mind and Body (the experience of it). It is done by transforming the informational content in your body and mind.

My involvement is of the nature of guide, coach, facilitator, supporter and teacher and it is in this function I specialise in. I do my best to create a safe and supportive environment to support you.
No words can really describe how it works.
The only way for you to really get to know it … is in the experience itself.

This book with the front cover below can be purchased from Amazon.com and in most major book stores and is often available at public libraries. I suggest to everyone to get a copy from themselves.

If you curious and like to know more about how "The Journey" can change your life I offer for next few days a free of charge talk on the phone or maybe a 1/2 hour visit with me to help explain it all and to find out what is your biggest challenge for you to overcome at the moment, e.g. grief, anxiety, stress, depression, physical illness. So call now 020 41741215 to say hello and I am presently in Bethlehem, Tauranga. Looking forward to connect with you, Peter

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31 days ago

Poll: Have you ever challenged a parking ticket?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

It's true that you agreed to a legally binding contract as soon as you drove into the parking lot. Thankfully, New Zealand law protects consumers from the exploitative clauses that corporates love to slip in the fine print.

Under contract law, parking companies can only claim for "the … View more
It's true that you agreed to a legally binding contract as soon as you drove into the parking lot. Thankfully, New Zealand law protects consumers from the exploitative clauses that corporates love to slip in the fine print.

Under contract law, parking companies can only claim for "the actual and reasonable costs they incurred". Charging $65 for a short overstay in an empty carpark is as far from reasonable as you can get.

To find out what to do in this situation, click here

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Have you ever challenged a parking ticket?
  • 46.8% Yes, and I won!
    46.8% Complete
  • 32.4% Nah, I jut pay it
    32.4% Complete
  • 20.8% Yes, but I still had to pay
    20.8% Complete
1168 votes
31 days ago

Thank you Countdown stores and shoppers!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

We want to say a huge thank you to Countdown Supermarkets stores and shoppers and The Foodbank Project donors for your fantastic support of the 2019 Countdown Food Rescue Winter Appeal. Thanks to your generous donations, our foodbank hubs were able to restock their shelves with essential food items… View moreWe want to say a huge thank you to Countdown Supermarkets stores and shoppers and The Foodbank Project donors for your fantastic support of the 2019 Countdown Food Rescue Winter Appeal. Thanks to your generous donations, our foodbank hubs were able to restock their shelves with essential food items which are much needed during this tough winter period.

Click the link below to watch a heartfelt video of thanks from the team at our Porirua Salvation Army centre!

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31 days ago

Mould and mildew on fabrics

Owner from Curtain Clean Bop Ltd

Mould and mildew on curtains and upholstery is unsightly, unhealthy, gives off a musty smell and has the potential to stain or eat into fabric. It’s a greedy little fungus that likes to feed on the dust or dirt on your fabrics, or even on the fabrics itself.


Organic fibres are gourmet fare … View more
Mould and mildew on curtains and upholstery is unsightly, unhealthy, gives off a musty smell and has the potential to stain or eat into fabric. It’s a greedy little fungus that likes to feed on the dust or dirt on your fabrics, or even on the fabrics itself.


Organic fibres are gourmet fare for mildew. This includes animal (protein) fibres such as wool or silk, or plant (cellulose) fibres like cotton, linen or rayon – although man-made fibres are not immune either; all it takes is some dust to gather in the folds of your curtains or creases in your couch, and mildew quickly moves in. Areas near the kitchen are particularly at risk – cooking grease released into the air settles on your soft furnishings, attracting damp and dust, and providing mildew with a tasty snack.


When choosing fabric for your home, you can select a type that resists mildew better than others, such as polyester or viscose. If you love the natural look, there’s no need to give it up – modern blends of man-made fibres can be woven to mimic the look and feel of natural fabric. We offer sheers such as Sierra which are 100% polyester but look like linen, or faux silk like Majestic Silk.

Mildew loves something easy to stick to – a smooth, shiny fabric like Xavier is harder for it to establish itself on, and a good choice if you find that mildew is a problem in your home. You could also try a water repellent fabric such as our upholstery fabrics Sebastian and Palazzo. These are less likely to get damp and encourage mildew growth.

Prevention is the best cure.


Read more at: www.charlesparsonsinteriors.com...

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32 days ago

LOST GOLD BELCHER CHAIN

Kevin from Tauranga City

Hi there. I'm posting this in the hope that some very honest person might have found a gold belcher chain on Mount Maunganui beach between Arataki to Omanu on Monday morning. It was a birthday present from my husband 20 years ago :( I walked on the beach at around high tide. If you have … View moreHi there. I'm posting this in the hope that some very honest person might have found a gold belcher chain on Mount Maunganui beach between Arataki to Omanu on Monday morning. It was a birthday present from my husband 20 years ago :( I walked on the beach at around high tide. If you have found it could you please phone me on 022 6453819. I am happy to give a reward. Thanks.

31 days ago

Mum needs $100,000 to treat baby son with fatal bone condition. Can you help?

The team Reporter from Bay News

A baby boy will only live for a few months without a $100,000 medication that is not funded in New Zealand.

Kaan Hunter was diagnosed with an extremely rare and fatal bone condition, infantile hypophosphatasia, shortly after his birth. Without the medication, Kaan's life expectancy is only … View more
A baby boy will only live for a few months without a $100,000 medication that is not funded in New Zealand.

Kaan Hunter was diagnosed with an extremely rare and fatal bone condition, infantile hypophosphatasia, shortly after his birth. Without the medication, Kaan's life expectancy is only four to six months. He is the only one in NZ with this condition.

"Doctors have put in an application to Pharmac to see if he will get accepted, but it's so much money and they said 'don't hold your breath'," the Bay of Plenty mum said.

A Givealittle page has been set up to help buy Kaan some time.
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