44 days ago

council rates increase fund raising to pay for the extra cost in our rates.

Luisa from Welcome Bay

Hi, as a superannuation person who will struggle to fill any of the bins we will be provided with, and i will also not find it easy to pay the extra cost, i suggest those who are interested to join me in sitting on a deck chair with a sign that reads "Help me pay my rates please, any donation will be gratefully accepted". We could sit outside various places and see what we can get. We can then share it amongst those of us who will need it. If anyone is interested, can you pm me please.

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3 hours ago

Deceased Estate Garage Sale. 8am Saturday 17th April 2021

Trish from Papamoa Beach

42a TOPAZ DRIVE.Papamoa, up driveway opposite playground...Please park on road Thx.
Everything must go, CASH ONLY.
Tools, Stationary, Jigsaws - 3D, Ravensberg puzzels, many new unopened. Garden stuff, Kitchen ware, Book shelves, drawers, desk. wardrobe, coffee table. , various accessories for computers and phones, Fans, Heaters etc. Many items are new and unused. Some kids items, toys, table and chair. Many other micellaneous items.
Yamaha FE70 Organ (good working condition) make a reasonable offer and its yours, comes with music books and sheet music.

4 hours ago

Looking for a furry friend? Belle could be the one!

Communications from Tauranga City Council

New girl, Belle, is looking for her forever home 🥰

Around a year old, Belle is a Huntaway/SherpardX who will take a tummy rub over a walk any day! She is looking for a home with lots of space and someone to help teach her manners and some tricks 👏

Come down to the Tauranga City pound at 88 Hewletts Road, Mount Maunganui between 2pm and 4.30pm on weekdays to visit. For more information, visit our website bit.ly...

6 hours ago

Mila's Story

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Western Bay of Plenty

Take a moment and to read Mila's story on her experience through our Project K programme.

“Ugly, Loser, Pathetic. No one will ever love you. Do everyone a favor, kill yourself.”

The toxic mindset of a 14-year-old. Raised in foster care, abused, exhausted, unstable and insecure. Live in a bus shelter or make the choice to join a program where I will be fed and have a roof over my head. Even if just for a few weeks.

I’d have been a fool not to take the opportunity for kai and friendships. So, I did. I started my wilderness adventure with Project K. The selection process is incredible it managed to select me not at just one high school, but two. I was destined to be a part of the program.

If you are interested in supporting our local rangatahi through our Project K programme, click the link below.

#dinglefoundation #projectk #mentoring #empoweringyouth #empoweringtamariki #empoweringrangatahi #respect #resilience

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