Kaitaia-Mangonui, Te Kao

41 days ago

Here's an interesting fact for your Friday...

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

New Zealand Police, and in particular 111, is increasingly contacted as the first port of call in a mental health crisis.

To make sure those who need help get it, in 2018 a dedicated helpline was established for those who are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and down. People can call or text … View more
New Zealand Police, and in particular 111, is increasingly contacted as the first port of call in a mental health crisis.

To make sure those who need help get it, in 2018 a dedicated helpline was established for those who are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and down. People can call or text ‘1737’ any time, day or night, to get FREE help from a trained mental health professional.

Please share so others in our community know about this life-saving helpline!

#NSNZmentalhealth #safercommunitiestogether

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41 days ago

Banishing the black dog in quest for black jerseys

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Warriors league star and Kiwi Can Leader Langi Veainu is on the cusp of becoming a dual international as a Black Fern.

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41 days ago

Is sewing "woman's work"?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Prisoners at the Northland Region Corrections Facility at Ngawha were suprised how rewarding learning sewing has been - initially considering it women's work. What is your experience? Are you a man who likes to sew - or does it as a job? Is this a good skill for our prisoners to learn? (Please… View morePrisoners at the Northland Region Corrections Facility at Ngawha were suprised how rewarding learning sewing has been - initially considering it women's work. What is your experience? Are you a man who likes to sew - or does it as a job? Is this a good skill for our prisoners to learn? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication.)

41 days ago

Is Neighbourly too noisy?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

As Neighbourly continues to grow, so do the number of discussions on your newsfeed. This could mean you might be finding your community is a little on the busy side.

Here are some tips on how to customise your newsfeed and reduce some of that Neighbourly noise.

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42 days ago

Pukenui Perfection

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Enjoy the family home in the heart of the fishing village Pukenui. Encompassing 4 large bedrooms with one room used as an entertainment room/bar. Along with a small office, bathroom upstairs. Down stairs you have the open plan family lounge/dining room with a wood burner fireplace, kitchen and … View moreEnjoy the family home in the heart of the fishing village Pukenui. Encompassing 4 large bedrooms with one room used as an entertainment room/bar. Along with a small office, bathroom upstairs. Down stairs you have the open plan family lounge/dining room with a wood burner fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. Outside there are two single garages, a carport, workshop and a storage shed. Attached to the property is a 55m2 gym with a shower currently used as a self defense gym. There is also a sleepout for extended family visits. 3 water tanks and a 1x 1000 gallon tank. A deep bore, two inch with sand filter maintenance with filters. Walking distance to Pukenui fishing wharf, Houhora fishing club and Pukenui shopping center.

42 days ago

A new approach to youth sport - What are your thoughts?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - Sport NZ has announced a revamped approach to youth sport, saying the idea was to "bring the fun and development focus back to sport for all young people, helping to prevent them growing to dread sports as adults".

This comes after the acknowledgement that for kids, … View more
Hi neighbours - Sport NZ has announced a revamped approach to youth sport, saying the idea was to "bring the fun and development focus back to sport for all young people, helping to prevent them growing to dread sports as adults".

This comes after the acknowledgement that for kids, enjoyment is closely tied to how well they perform, something heavily influenced by parents and coaches.

What are your thoughts? Do you think this new approach will benefit our youngsters?

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43 days ago

Do you encourage your children to speak te reo Māori?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - Anton Matthews, father-of-two and owner of a bilingual restaurant, made a pact to himself that he would only speak to his children in te reo Māori until they got their drivers' licenses.

He says that … View more
Hi neighbours - Anton Matthews, father-of-two and owner of a bilingual restaurant, made a pact to himself that he would only speak to his children in te reo Māori until they got their drivers' licenses.

He says that "te reo Māori and Māori culture is part of what makes Aotearoa such a special place and we can't get enough of it".

Do you speak te reo Māori in your home? Do you encourage your children to speak it?

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43 days ago

Do you encourage your children to speak te reo Māori?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - Anton Matthews, father-of-two and owner of a bilingual restaurant, made a pact to himself that he would only speak to his children in te reo Māori until they got their drivers' licenses.

He says that … View more
Hi neighbours - Anton Matthews, father-of-two and owner of a bilingual restaurant, made a pact to himself that he would only speak to his children in te reo Māori until they got their drivers' licenses.

He says that "te reo Māori and Māori culture is part of what makes Aotearoa such a special place and we can't get enough of it".

Do you speak te reo Māori in your home? Do you encourage your children to speak it?

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43 days ago

Are you a fan of Neighbourly? Want to help lead your community?

Ashleigh Ogden from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbourly's purpose is to grow connections between neighbours, making each community around New Zealand a safe and happy place to live. We are currently on the lookout for Neighbourly members to become Neighbourly Leads in their own community.

Neighbourly Leads are people who enjoy using… View more
Neighbourly's purpose is to grow connections between neighbours, making each community around New Zealand a safe and happy place to live. We are currently on the lookout for Neighbourly members to become Neighbourly Leads in their own community.

Neighbourly Leads are people who enjoy using Neighbourly and feel passionate about their corner of this country. They help neighbours to connect positively on the site and are happy to point members in the right direction.

If this sounds like you, please consider becoming a Neighbourly Lead for your suburb alongside dozens of other keen locals around the country!

You can find more information here.
Apply here

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43 days ago

Lifestyle on Paparore Road

The Team from Neighbourly Property

3 level 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home tucked away on a 7.4195ha bush and scrub block with natives and fruit trees.
-Access to Rangaunu Harbour.
-Views to the Harbour from multiple rooms.
-The house is on solar power with 4x 12 volt, 2x6 volt 360 Watts battery.
-35,000 Litre water tank.
-This property … View more
3 level 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home tucked away on a 7.4195ha bush and scrub block with natives and fruit trees.
-Access to Rangaunu Harbour.
-Views to the Harbour from multiple rooms.
-The house is on solar power with 4x 12 volt, 2x6 volt 360 Watts battery.
-35,000 Litre water tank.
-This property would suit someone who has a vision to make this place paradise.
-7 minutes to 90 mile and 15 minutes East back to Kaimaumau.

43 days ago

Is your connection rugby ready?

Stuff Fibre

We’re less than a month away from kicking off, are you ready? Join Stuff Fibre on a 12 month plan and you’ll get the first 4 months at half price. Take up this offer and you’ll go in the draw to win 1 of 2 Panasonic TV worth $2499.99 RRP.

Ts&Cs apply.
Find out more

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44 days ago

Poll: Do you bother to vote in local body elections?

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Local elections impact us all, but many of us don't take the time to make our voices heard.

In fact, only 38.5% of Aucklanders voted in the 2016 local body election.

To read more, click here.

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Do you bother to vote in local body elections?
  • 84.5% Yes, of course
    84.5% Complete
  • 15.5% No, I can't be bothered
    15.5% Complete
1628 votes
44 days ago

Thank you for making Father's Day special!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

Wow, over 360 Father's Day bundles have been donated by our amazing community of Foodbank Project donors! Your generosity helped make Father's Day special for Kiwi dads who are finding things tough at the moment- thank you.

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45 days ago

Awesome Views

The Team from Neighbourly Property

This 857 sqm section has a great building site and beautiful views of Tokerau beach and Doubtless Bay. Covenants mean a minimum 85 m2 home must be built and will ensure that you will be surrounded by modern homes. Located on the beautiful Karikari Peninsula you have a fabulous selection of safe … View moreThis 857 sqm section has a great building site and beautiful views of Tokerau beach and Doubtless Bay. Covenants mean a minimum 85 m2 home must be built and will ensure that you will be surrounded by modern homes. Located on the beautiful Karikari Peninsula you have a fabulous selection of safe sandy beaches, and if fishing, diving, boating or just swimming is your pleasure, this is perfect. Close to the golf course at the Carrington Resort which also provides fine dining, and just around the corner from there is the Karikari Winery.
This is a great location whether you want to live and work, live in your retirement or have this as your holiday destination. Contact Barbara

Disclaimer:
Please be aware that this information has been sourced from our vendor and/or external third parties, including but not limited to RPNZ, REINZ, Property Guru, Property Smarts, Land Information NZ, Local Councils, ECAN, CERA and other organisations, and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same. Please see link to Mike Pero Real Estate Limited statement relating to passing over information: mikepero.com...

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