Kaitaia-Mangonui, Te Kao

39 days ago

Clean up around your place with Resene!

Resene

Buy $100 or more of any Resene premium paints, primers, sealers or wood stains and get your choice of cleaning product FREE! Choose from Resene Deep Clean 1L, Resene Moss & Mould Killer 1L, Resene Paint Prep and Housewash 1L, Resene Roof and Metal Wash 1L, Resene Timber and Deck Wash 1L or … View moreBuy $100 or more of any Resene premium paints, primers, sealers or wood stains and get your choice of cleaning product FREE! Choose from Resene Deep Clean 1L, Resene Moss & Mould Killer 1L, Resene Paint Prep and Housewash 1L, Resene Roof and Metal Wash 1L, Resene Timber and Deck Wash 1L or Resene Interior Paintwork Cleaner 250ml (ready to use or concentrate). PLUS get a special price on Resene Ceiling Paint 10L white. Just $99* per 10L! *Tinting and PaintWise levy extra.

Offer available from 1-31 July 2019 at Resene owned ColorShops and selected resellers, NZ only, while stocks last!

If you’re not a Resene cardholder you can sign up free online or while you are in store.
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40 days ago
40 days ago

What would you do with free power?

energyclubnz

Across New Zealand, Kiwi’s power bills are setting them back $2200 on average a year. If you could keep that money, what would you spend it on? Tell us on this poll.

If you enter your details with us for a bill comparison, you’ll go into the draw to win a year’s worth of free power. One of… View more
Across New Zealand, Kiwi’s power bills are setting them back $2200 on average a year. If you could keep that money, what would you spend it on? Tell us on this poll.

If you enter your details with us for a bill comparison, you’ll go into the draw to win a year’s worth of free power. One of our customer champions will be in touch to give you your power comparison. Click on this link to enter.

T's and C's apply.
Enter your details

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41 days ago

How easy do you find it to get a GP appointment?

Denise Piper Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Kaitaia Hospital will start providing after-hours cover for GPs, after a critical doctor shortage hits the area. But it's not limited to Kaitaia - how easy do you find it to get an appointment with a GP? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication.)

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41 days ago

Brother and sister team give back the secret to success to others

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Lahaina and Hawea Solomon, who grew up in Tokoroa, are leaders helping other youth reach their potential and are pursuing their own dreams at university.

The brother and sister duo were both Head Students, #Stars Peer Mentors and Excellence Award Winners.

They recently caught up with Stuff to … View more
Lahaina and Hawea Solomon, who grew up in Tokoroa, are leaders helping other youth reach their potential and are pursuing their own dreams at university.

The brother and sister duo were both Head Students, #Stars Peer Mentors and Excellence Award Winners.

They recently caught up with Stuff to talk about their journey through our Stars programme.

Learn more about their story here: bit.ly...

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41 days ago

Poll: How would you spend your spare cash?

energyclubnz

Across New Zealand, the average Kiwi household is spending $2200 on electricity every year. What would you do with that money if you had a year off from paying the electricity bill?

Get a bill comparison from one of our customer champions and you will go into the draw to win a year of free … View more
Across New Zealand, the average Kiwi household is spending $2200 on electricity every year. What would you do with that money if you had a year off from paying the electricity bill?

Get a bill comparison from one of our customer champions and you will go into the draw to win a year of free electricity from energyclubnz.

T&Cs apply.

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How would you spend your spare cash?
  • 46.9% Save it all!
    46.9% Complete
  • 37.6% Go on a holiday
    37.6% Complete
  • 6% Spend up large on a shopping spree
    6% Complete
  • 6.5% Upgrade the TV or computer
    6.5% Complete
  • 3% Donate to charity
    3% Complete
1115 votes
41 days ago

Te Pōkaitahi Reo Programmes

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Te Pōkaitahi Reo

KIA ORA! Do you want to learn Te Reo Māori, improve your competence in Māori conversations and enhance your knowledge of Tikanga and Mātauranga?

Our Te Pōkaitahi Reo certificates are fee-free and graduates will obtain an understanding and awareness of te reo that can be… View more
Te Pōkaitahi Reo

KIA ORA! Do you want to learn Te Reo Māori, improve your competence in Māori conversations and enhance your knowledge of Tikanga and Mātauranga?

Our Te Pōkaitahi Reo certificates are fee-free and graduates will obtain an understanding and awareness of te reo that can be used amongst whānau and in employment.

These programmes provide a pathway to develop skills and knowledge to protect, maintain and enrich mātauranga taonga tuku iho for current and future generations from beginners to more advanced levels.

If you’d like to study with us locally in Te Tai Tokerau, we’d love to hear from you!
Find out more

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43 days ago

Have you had trouble driving on Ninety Mile Beach?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

A management plan for Te Oneroa-Ā-Tōhe/Ninety Mile Beach would likely ban vehicles doing wheelies and doughnuts on the beach, and look to protect the environment. Have you every had trouble driving on Ninety Mile Beach? What do you think the management plan should include? (Please put NFP if your… View moreA management plan for Te Oneroa-Ā-Tōhe/Ninety Mile Beach would likely ban vehicles doing wheelies and doughnuts on the beach, and look to protect the environment. Have you every had trouble driving on Ninety Mile Beach? What do you think the management plan should include? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication.)

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42 days ago

Bay of Island walking tracks to be closed after Kauri dieback

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Seven tracks in Puketi Forest have closed permanently to stop the spread of kauri dieback disease.

Martin Akroyd, DOC's acting Bay of Islands operations manager, said the decision was made to close the high-risk tracks to protect the local kauri and stop the disease from spreading.

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Seven tracks in Puketi Forest have closed permanently to stop the spread of kauri dieback disease.

Martin Akroyd, DOC's acting Bay of Islands operations manager, said the decision was made to close the high-risk tracks to protect the local kauri and stop the disease from spreading.

"We urge the public to respect the closures and no longer access these tracks, otherwise they'll be putting our kauri at great risk."
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42 days ago

Celebrate with us!

Stuff Fibre

To celebrate being voted the best fibre broadband provider twice in a row now, sign up to Stuff Fibre on a 24-month contract and get your first three months FREE. Now that's something to smile about! Sign up now

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42 days ago

Welcome to Neighbourly, Ryman Healthcare!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbours - we have a new partner! A very warm welcome to our friends at Ryman Healthcare joining us today to share the best about village life - and how to celebrate everything about being a senior New Zealander, whichever community you live in.

Please join us in welcoming Ryman Healthcare to… View more
Neighbours - we have a new partner! A very warm welcome to our friends at Ryman Healthcare joining us today to share the best about village life - and how to celebrate everything about being a senior New Zealander, whichever community you live in.

Please join us in welcoming Ryman Healthcare to our family of partners. There are exciting things to come!
Learn more

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45 days ago

Kerikeri High School ball sees dresses above ankle banned

Melanie Earley Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours, Kerikeri High School has issued students with a strict dress code for their ball, banning low necklines, revealing splits and anything other than floor-length dresses.
Do you think the dress code is too strict?

(Please put NFP on any comments that are not for publication).

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43 days ago

Poll: What do you think of the Govt's plan to make cleaner cars cheaper?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

The Government has proposed a sweeping fuel-efficient vehicle policy that would make some cars up to $8000 cheaper - while others would be $3000 more expensive.

The "feebate" scheme wouldn't cost the taxpayer anything, instead using money gained by putting a fee on imported … View more
The Government has proposed a sweeping fuel-efficient vehicle policy that would make some cars up to $8000 cheaper - while others would be $3000 more expensive.

The "feebate" scheme wouldn't cost the taxpayer anything, instead using money gained by putting a fee on imported high-emissions cars in order to make imported hybrids, electric cars, and other efficient vehicles cheaper with a subsidy.

To read more click here

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What do you think of the Govt's plan to make cleaner cars cheaper?
  • 54.7% Great idea!
    54.7% Complete
  • 43% I don't support it.
    43% Complete
  • 2.2% I don't drive so it doesn't impact me.
    2.2% Complete
1971 votes
44 days ago

NOMINATIONS CLOSE IN ONE WEEK!!

The Team from Women of Influence

Nominations are closing in ONE WEEK for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards <3

Don't miss out on nominating a local hero or thought-leader in your community for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards. Whether she’s involved in grassroots community work or a global leader, recognise the … View more
Nominations are closing in ONE WEEK for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards <3

Don't miss out on nominating a local hero or thought-leader in your community for the 2019 Women of Influence Awards. Whether she’s involved in grassroots community work or a global leader, recognise the passionate women who are creating real change and forging a path for others.

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48 days ago

Ancient kauri tree from Ngāwhā maps reversal of magnetic poles

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

A giant kauri log uncovered at Ngāwhā is more than 41,000 years old and was alive during a massive geomagnetic excursion – a change in the planet's magnetic field. What do you think?

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