64 days ago

Job Share Childcare Van Driver

Linda from Korukidz Education and Care

Korukidz kids need a co driver for their 'Uncle' Ian - This is a paid position for ONE day a week and will require a full, clean driver’s licence.
There will be extra hours/days available to cover leave. If you or someone you know would like to help get our little people to and from Korukidz safely, then please contact Mel for further info on
0800 571 318 or email manager@korukidz.co.nz

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20 hours ago

pamphlet distrbution

Ross from Hairini

I have a no advertising material notice on my letterbox and yet my letterbox still gets stuffed filled with pamphlets. these people need to learn to read and abide by people who do not want as it is illegal to post when a notice is on the letterbox

2 hours ago

WANTED: CAR BATTERY

Amber from Brookfield

Hi neighbours, ive got a Mitsibishi Galant over in Tepuke parked up due to needing new battery. Its been stuck over there for a week now and me and mt family are needing a vehicle to get our kids to school over here in brookfield but due to been on a tight budget lately we cant afford a battery or a way to get over to the car. So if any one has a spare going battery for free or cheap please call or txt me 0221819986

20 hours ago

Have a DIY white Christmas in your backyard!

Administrator from Curtain Clean Bop Ltd

Many kids (and adults!) in NZ dream of a white Christmas; they see it snowing on TV and wonder how the portly Santa can possibly deliver their presents while wearing all those wooly clothes!


While there’s nothing that we can do about the temperature, besides cranking up the fan, we have a few DIY ideas about how you can add a touch of Christmas magic to your backyard.


• False Snow
It may never snow here in NZ, when the kids awaken on Christmas day, you can certainly make it look like it has! Make your own easy, false snow with only shaving cream and baking soda.

Simply:
• Empty 2 boxes of baking soda into a bowl,
• Mix a complete 500 ml can of shaving foam, and thoroughly stir.

You could also add white glitter to give the snow some of that early-morning sparkle. If you want more, just adjust the ingredient levels.

Keep the snow in the fridge until you want to use it. That way, when you give it to the kids to make mini-snowmen and snowballs in the backyard, it’ll be cold—just like the real thing! Homemade snow is completely safe and washable with water, so sprinkle some around your trampoline for some extra excitement on Christmas day.

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