56 days ago

Sensitive to chlorine in the shower

Maria from Betta Water Filtration

This is a shower head removed in Te Puke. It's owner suffered from dryness on his face and head and lower legs. After his first shower with a filter he stated it's the first time he went to bed and didn't itch with dry skin! He concluded it was money well spent! Similarly a young woman in Papamoa was avoiding showering because it stung her head and her skin would turn bright red. After installing a simple filtered shower head she stated " it's the best shower I've ever had"
If chemicals like chlorine can eat away at this plastic shower head, imagine the effects on your body exposed to treated water every day, year after year.

Betta Water = Betta Health

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4 hours ago

Looking for a job?

Competenz

Looking for a job and keen to get qualified? Our job board has new opportunities being listed regularly across our 37 sectors!

And good news, we have an exciting new function available – our CV builder. Now, anyone looking for an apprenticeship or job opportunity through Competenz can use our CV Builder tool to create a professional CV with the right information to get the attention of employers.

Check out our CV builder here. Or keep an eye on our Job Board for new opportunities!
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4 hours ago

How important is sustainability to you?

Stuff from Neighbourly Nz

Take the survey and be in to WIN a share of $2,500 worth of prizes - including a luxury escape in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand’s food and wine country – where a sustainable weekend away tastes absolutely delicious!

Plus, each entry will also go in the draw to win 1 of 5 $100 gift vouchers from the Restaurant Association of New Zealand.
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1 day ago

Grow an extra row

Yates

While some Kiwis are enjoying home grown vegies, many are going without vegetables altogether.

This National Gardening Week we’re encouraging gardeners to grow-an-extra-row to share with neighbours, community pantries, food banks and other local food donation agencies.

To help get your extra row underway Yates is lending a helping hand.

Just register online HERE between 1st and 25th October to receive a FREE packet of Yates Vegie Seeds.

Once you’ve grown your vegies to share (or if you have spare now) please visit HERE to find a list of the organisations that would welcome your donation of fresh homegrown vegies.
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