Kaitaia-Mangonui, Te Kao

33 days ago

The Voting Climate: A Stuff survey of every council candidate

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi Neighbours,

As part of Stuff's Quick! Save the Planet project, we are contacting every candidate in every council race to ask a series of questions about climate change. We're also asking them all for a short position statement on climate change issues.

We'll publish the … View more
Hi Neighbours,

As part of Stuff's Quick! Save the Planet project, we are contacting every candidate in every council race to ask a series of questions about climate change. We're also asking them all for a short position statement on climate change issues.

We'll publish the results of our survey on a special section, in time for when ballot papers start arriving in mailboxes at the end of next week.

If you're standing as a council candidate, please answer Stuff's climate change survey.

To find out more, click here

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33 days ago

Passionate about critical thinking?

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

The Bachelor of Humanities awaits you!

Meet Sharlene Peri (Te Uri o Tai, Tainui) who shares “Studying at Awanuiārangi felt like being at home on my marae. It is welcoming, the facilities are exceptional (the library is incredible!) and it became a safe space to learn and grow.

I wanted a … View more
The Bachelor of Humanities awaits you!

Meet Sharlene Peri (Te Uri o Tai, Tainui) who shares “Studying at Awanuiārangi felt like being at home on my marae. It is welcoming, the facilities are exceptional (the library is incredible!) and it became a safe space to learn and grow.

I wanted a degree that would give me a relevant qualification with which to pursue whānau, hapū and iwi gains. From day one on the Humanities degree programme, I was blown away by the calibre, expertise and knowledge of the lecturers. I also appreciated having the flexibility of choosing a Major in policy or indigenous business”

Study with us in 2020 with noho/block delivery and online learning
Find out more

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33 days ago

Landbank for your Future

The Team from Neighbourly Property

New to the market is this 328m2 section at the end of a cul-de-sac in beautiful Mangonui.
Slightly sloping section with services at the roadside, a partial concrete driveway already installed, and the added bonus of small water views down into Mill Bay.
Northerly aspect allowing sun most of the … View more
New to the market is this 328m2 section at the end of a cul-de-sac in beautiful Mangonui.
Slightly sloping section with services at the roadside, a partial concrete driveway already installed, and the added bonus of small water views down into Mill Bay.
Northerly aspect allowing sun most of the day.
Easy walking distance to historic Mangonui village, while just a short drive to Coopers Beach Shopping Centre.

This will get snapped up so CALL ME NOW to discuss.

34 days ago

Kia ora lovely people of Aotearoa!

The Team from Women's Refuge New Zealand

We are seeking to understand what people’s experiences have been of trying to find support for family violence in New Zealand.

If you've been impacted by family violence – including being harmed, causing harm, thinking about causing harm, or supporting others in these situations, … View more
We are seeking to understand what people’s experiences have been of trying to find support for family violence in New Zealand.

If you've been impacted by family violence – including being harmed, causing harm, thinking about causing harm, or supporting others in these situations, we'd love you to complete our anonymous survey and go into the draw to win one of three $50 Prezzy cards.

Your experiences will help us to assist others who are seeking support in the future, therefore we will be very grateful for your thoughts.

Ngā mihi nui.

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34 days ago

Will you paint it blue?

Resene

Over 3000 New Zealand men are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer each year. Paint it blue for our boys by buying a *blue* Resene testpot. We'll donate $1 to The Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand with every blue 60ml testpot sold between 10-25 September 2019. It's that simple! Find out more

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34 days ago

Is your child's school in "screaming need" of support?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - Northland primary schools have a "screaming need" for more support, a fellow principal says.

With alcohol, drug use and child abuse through many low socio-economic communities, … View more
Hi neighbours - Northland primary schools have a "screaming need" for more support, a fellow principal says.

With alcohol, drug use and child abuse through many low socio-economic communities, "teaching primary school children resilience is key to rising above statistics and preparing them to handle what's coming", says Hora Hora Primary School principal Pat Newman.

What do our children need? Is your child's school in "screaming need" of support?

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34 days ago

Is your child's school in "screaming need" of support?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - Northland primary schools have a "screaming need" for more support, a fellow principal says.

With alcohol, drug use and child abuse through many low socio-economic communities, … View more
Hi neighbours - Northland primary schools have a "screaming need" for more support, a fellow principal says.

With alcohol, drug use and child abuse through many low socio-economic communities, "teaching primary school children resilience is key to rising above statistics and preparing them to handle what's coming", says Hora Hora Primary School principal Pat Newman.

What do our children need? Is your child's school in "screaming need" of support?

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35 days ago

Should The Block NZ be canned?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - three of the four Block NZ teams went home empty handed, as their apartments failed to exceed the reserve or did not sell.

Winner, Lisa Ridout-Gordon, says "the win is really bittersweet", and that "it's sad because they won nothing and we all sat there … View more
Hi neighbours - three of the four Block NZ teams went home empty handed, as their apartments failed to exceed the reserve or did not sell.

Winner, Lisa Ridout-Gordon, says "the win is really bittersweet", and that "it's sad because they won nothing and we all sat there dreaming about what we would want to come away with and what we thought we deserved".

Did you watch the final episode? Do you think it's time for the show to be canned?

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35 days ago

Opportunity on Oinu.

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Lot 4.
Oinu Road.
3.3ha. Boundaries indicative only.
This gently to moderately sloping lifestyle block is located towards the end of a quiet road.
Divided up into 3 paddocks it has the potential to be a great spot to put down roots and raise a family, with plenty of room for animals to roam around.… View more
Lot 4.
Oinu Road.
3.3ha. Boundaries indicative only.
This gently to moderately sloping lifestyle block is located towards the end of a quiet road.
Divided up into 3 paddocks it has the potential to be a great spot to put down roots and raise a family, with plenty of room for animals to roam around.
Schools, shops and a boat ramp all within 10 minutes.
Subject to title.
Price plus GST if any.
Call Tai to view today!

35 days ago

Speak Te Reo with Neighbourly!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Kia ora koutou! I'm Zach, one of the Neighbourly Team!

For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, we want to encourage our Neighbourly members to use more Te Reo in their neighbourhoods. To help with that here a few questions and answers to use with your neighbours. From simple greetings to asking about … View more
Kia ora koutou! I'm Zach, one of the Neighbourly Team!

For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, we want to encourage our Neighbourly members to use more Te Reo in their neighbourhoods. To help with that here a few questions and answers to use with your neighbours. From simple greetings to asking about rubbish bin collections - we have it covered!

Have a watch and give it a go! www.youtube.com...

35 days ago

Three-minute power te reo Māori lesson: Five words every Kiwi should know

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi Neighbours,

You don't need to learn how to speak perfect, formal te reo Māori to help normalise the language of Aotearoa - you can do it one word at a time.

At the end of this three-minute power te reo Māori lesson you'll know five key words and how to use them.

On Friday our … View more
Hi Neighbours,

You don't need to learn how to speak perfect, formal te reo Māori to help normalise the language of Aotearoa - you can do it one word at a time.

At the end of this three-minute power te reo Māori lesson you'll know five key words and how to use them.

On Friday our tutor, Anton Matthews, will be live on Stuff at 12.30pm to answer any questions from this week's lessons.

For more lessons, click here

35 days ago

Have you been lucky with the lotto?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - a Whangārei man has won $1 million and $27,000 one week apart.

He said "he got such a fright that he scanned the barcode another few times to make sure he wasn't seeing anything". He got back in the car, found a quiet place to pull over and had a cup of tea from his… View more
Hi neighbours - a Whangārei man has won $1 million and $27,000 one week apart.

He said "he got such a fright that he scanned the barcode another few times to make sure he wasn't seeing anything". He got back in the car, found a quiet place to pull over and had a cup of tea from his flask before carrying on with work.

Have you ever been lucky with the lotto? What would you do if you won?

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35 days ago

Have you been lucky with the lotto?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - a Whangārei man has won $1 million and $27,000 one week apart.

He said "he got such a fright that he scanned the barcode another few times to make sure he wasn't seeing anything". He got back in the car, found a quiet place to pull over and had a cup of tea from … View more
Hi neighbours - a Whangārei man has won $1 million and $27,000 one week apart.

He said "he got such a fright that he scanned the barcode another few times to make sure he wasn't seeing anything". He got back in the car, found a quiet place to pull over and had a cup of tea from his flask before carrying on with work.

Have you ever been lucky with the lotto? What would you do if you won?

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35 days ago

Courier delivery scam - Have you been affected?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Kiwis are being warned to be vigilant with a new scam posing as a courier package alert to unsuspecting "customers".

People have received a text message saying there has been an attempt to deliver a parcel to the recipient's address. The scammers then direct them to a website … View more
Kiwis are being warned to be vigilant with a new scam posing as a courier package alert to unsuspecting "customers".

People have received a text message saying there has been an attempt to deliver a parcel to the recipient's address. The scammers then direct them to a website which asks for the tracking number they provided, and the payment of a $3.25 delivery fee. The scammers then have credit card and personal details.

Police advise to ignore the message and let family and friends know - especially the elderly and vulnerable. If you believe you're a target of a scam, report it to Netsafe's Orb immediately.

SOURCE: NZ Herald

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