Kaitaia-Mangonui, Te Kao

52 days ago

Do you think it's important Waitangi Treaty Grounds are protected?

Denise Piper Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Waitangi Treaty Grounds are New Zealand's first National Historic Landmark. Do you think this is important? What do you know about the ground's history? (Please put NFP if your comments are Not For Publication)

53 days ago

HALF PRICE MOVIES!

Stuff Pix

We've got a super special offer for Neighbourly members with 50% off a movie of your choice at Stuff Pix. Simply sign-up for free at stuffpix.co.nz, choose your movie from over 1,000+ titles and enter the rewards code: LOCALHALFPRICE

With hits like Aquaman, Glass, Mortal Engines and … View more
We've got a super special offer for Neighbourly members with 50% off a movie of your choice at Stuff Pix. Simply sign-up for free at stuffpix.co.nz, choose your movie from over 1,000+ titles and enter the rewards code: LOCALHALFPRICE

With hits like Aquaman, Glass, Mortal Engines and A Star is Born ready to stream what are you waiting for?

One redemption per user. Code expires 30 July 2019. Stuff Pix T&Cs apply.
Get 50% off!

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54 days ago

Do we value traditional Māori games enough?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Harko Brown from KaiMatariki Trust says traditional Māori games like kī-o-rahi, kite-flying and mu torere are not valued as much in NZ as they are overseas. What do you think? Do you play traditional games or use Māori skills? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication).

54 days ago

Become a Teacher

Ministry Of Education

Take your place alongside our young people.

Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for young people, with lessons that can seem small but are significant in terms of their impact. These are lessons about important life skills such as perseverance, identity, respect and … View more
Take your place alongside our young people.

Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for young people, with lessons that can seem small but are significant in terms of their impact. These are lessons about important life skills such as perseverance, identity, respect and confidence.

Become a teacher and take your place alongside our young people. You’ll have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in their lives; to strengthen communities and build a better future for our next generations.
Learn more

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55 days ago

Tiakina te taiao!

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Kia ora! Are you passionate about looking after our environment? At Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, our Te Aka Pūtaiao certificate is fee free and provides students with a broad range of skills and knowledge examining traditional and contemporary models of science and the environment.

We are… View more
Kia ora! Are you passionate about looking after our environment? At Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, our Te Aka Pūtaiao certificate is fee free and provides students with a broad range of skills and knowledge examining traditional and contemporary models of science and the environment.

We are very excited to have had our first cohort of Northland students based in Kaeo focussing on conservation in their local area.

If you are a community group, marae or individual who’d like to study with us, we’d love to hear from you!
Find out more

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55 days ago

AMI proudly supporting New Zealand Red Cross Winter Warmers

AMI Insurance

AMI and New Zealand Red Cross Winter Warmers are back for the third year running!

We're proud to support Red Cross with the distribution of winter warmers packs across Taranaki, Wairarapa and Northland. Our teams have helped to deliver around 300 care packs supporting over 900 kiwis … View more
AMI and New Zealand Red Cross Winter Warmers are back for the third year running!

We're proud to support Red Cross with the distribution of winter warmers packs across Taranaki, Wairarapa and Northland. Our teams have helped to deliver around 300 care packs supporting over 900 kiwis through the winter months this year. The recipients range in age from small children through to the elderly and they are all delighted to receive winter essentials that help them to get through the coldest months of the year.

Read more about this heart warming winter donation on the AMI Hub by visiting our website.

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55 days ago

Where would we be without our wonderful volunteers? 💙

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Thank you for all that you do...
this month and every month of the year!

#NSNZgetinvolved

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55 days ago

What do you think about the rise of rheumatic fever in Northland?

Denise Piper Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Rheumatic fever has spiked in Northland since 2017. Dr Lance O'Sullivan says local doctors need to do better - what do you think? Have you had any trouble accessing primary care? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication. You can also contact me direct on … View moreRheumatic fever has spiked in Northland since 2017. Dr Lance O'Sullivan says local doctors need to do better - what do you think? Have you had any trouble accessing primary care? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication. You can also contact me direct on denise.piper@stuff.co.nz)

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56 days ago

Ninety Mile Beach meth bust movie: did you see what happened?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

South Pacific Pictures is making a movie about the Ninety Mile Beach failed meth import in June 2016. Did you see what happened? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication)

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56 days ago

You are greater than any obstacle

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Everyday Kiwi kids are faced with obstacles that can be hard to overcome. All Tamariki deserve the chance to have a great future – sometimes all they need is a helping hand and guidance along the way.

That’s what the Graeme Dingle Foundation does. Our programmes help young people thrive, … View more
Everyday Kiwi kids are faced with obstacles that can be hard to overcome. All Tamariki deserve the chance to have a great future – sometimes all they need is a helping hand and guidance along the way.

That’s what the Graeme Dingle Foundation does. Our programmes help young people thrive, develop confidence in who they are to make the most of their precious lives and become positive contributors to our communities.

We are proud to be the official charity of New Zealand Rugby.

Together we’re showing Kiwi Kids that what they have inside is greater than any obstacle.
Find out more

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56 days ago

Which New Zealand regions have the worst speeders?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Satellite-based data has revealed the New Zealand regions where the worst speeding offenders drive.

On a per-capita basis, the Tasman Police district is the worst with an infringement level of 1.01 over four years. The region includes Nelson Bays, the West Coast and Marlborough. It was the only … View more
Satellite-based data has revealed the New Zealand regions where the worst speeding offenders drive.

On a per-capita basis, the Tasman Police district is the worst with an infringement level of 1.01 over four years. The region includes Nelson Bays, the West Coast and Marlborough. It was the only area surveyed to break the 1:1 ratio.

The second highest was Waitemata (0.82), followed by Waikato (0.74). To read more, click here

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57 days ago

Last chance to help fill hungry tummies this winter!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

There's only a few days left to donate to the Countdown Food Rescue Winter Appeal! So far 430 winter bundles have been donated to The Foodbank Project and we'd love to see that number increase to 500!

With chilly days and nights, winter is a really tough time for some of our most … View more
There's only a few days left to donate to the Countdown Food Rescue Winter Appeal! So far 430 winter bundles have been donated to The Foodbank Project and we'd love to see that number increase to 500!

With chilly days and nights, winter is a really tough time for some of our most vulnerable New Zealanders. Through these colder months, The Salvation Army sees a consistently high demand for food assistance which stretches supplies and resources in their foodbanks across the country.

You can help by donating a Winter Bundle today! www.foodbank.org.nz...

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57 days ago

Local collection events - Amnesty and Buy-back

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just … View more
Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just that.

We look forward to working with all our communities across Aotearoa as part of this journey.

www.police.govt.nz...

58 days ago

New Zealand Biosecurity Awards are open!

Biosecurity New Zealand

It takes all of us to protect what we've got but there are a few champions worth celebrating – could this be you?

These Awards recognise and celebrate outstanding contributions to protecting our country – in our communities, businesses, on-farm, on-orchard, iwi and hapū, government, … View more
It takes all of us to protect what we've got but there are a few champions worth celebrating – could this be you?

These Awards recognise and celebrate outstanding contributions to protecting our country – in our communities, businesses, on-farm, on-orchard, iwi and hapū, government, in the bush and in our backyards.

If you, an organisation or someone you know is putting in the hard yards to protect New Zealand against pests and diseases, it’s time to shine a light on their achievements.

*Entries open until 24 July.
Enter now

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59 days ago

Will you dunk it for Plunket?

Resene

Between 20 June and 1 July 2019, for every regularly priced blue testpot you purchase, Resene will donate $1 to Plunket – New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five.

Plunket works together with families and … View more
Between 20 June and 1 July 2019, for every regularly priced blue testpot you purchase, Resene will donate $1 to Plunket – New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five.

Plunket works together with families and communities to ensure the best start for every child. So, now’s the perfect time to try your hand at that DIY you’ve been meaning to get around to – and help support Kiwi kids in the process.

For more details, visit your local Resene owned ColorShop, NZ only.
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