251 days ago

Is your computer driving you mad?

Kevin from Athena Solutions & Services Ltd

Hi, are you looking for affordable, friendly and local IT and technology support?
If so please get in touch.

I come to you and specialize in providing one to one support and training and pride myself on being easy to talk to, flexible and affordable.

No job too small, just give me a call - Kevin 022 352 1402
No call out or mileage charge!

I am a Microsoft certified professional. I can advise, train and support problems with computers, laptops, smartphones and TV's. Internet, email and social media problems as well as lots more.

And now I am also able to provide a conversion service for VHS Videos, Video 8 video and Audio Cassettes as well as 35mm slides to a digital format either DVD or USB, so you can enjoy them again

I can also develop and support your business website and database.
Look out for me driving around your area and give me a wave!

Cheers Kevin - 0223 521 402
www.athenasolutions.co.nz...

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Hey neighbours, with summer and the festive season just around the corner, it's a great time to spruce up your home or give it a seasonal makeover. And if you're stuck for ideas, we can help!

Resene's colour and technical experts will be joining us on Homed from 7pm tonight (Weds 20 Nov) to answer any questions you have about colour trends, decorating ideas, and the best way to get a perfect finish. Click here to submit your question now, then join us on Homed from 7pm to get some answers. See you then :)

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42 minutes ago

Poll: Have you failed a driving test?

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Forgetting to give way is the most common reason for Kiwis failing their driving tests, accounting for one quarter of all immediate failures handed down.

To read more, click here.

Have you failed a driving test?

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7 days ago

What's in a name? Formal consultation begins

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Have your say on our draft Naming Policy. Among other changes, we’re proposing to add some provisions in the policy to encourage locally significant Māori names for streets, reserves, community facilities and other public places in Tauranga. If you participated in our survey earlier this year, your feedback has been taken into account but we’re now keen to get your thoughts on the full content and wording of the draft policy. Have your say!

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