29 days ago

Would you like more local customers?

Alison Perkins from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbourly is a great place to get extra profile for your product or business - but commercial messaging without a Business profile is a Neighbourly no-no.

To advertise your services you need to set up a Premium Business Listing.

Whether you're a local tradie, a massage therapist, a life coach or a computer fixer-upperer, if you're making money from the service you're offering and/or are a registered business, a Neighbourly business profile is for you!

Your services can then be found in the local Business Directory on Neighbourly - a one-stop shop of businesses, tradies and services in your community.

Find out more about setting up your business profile here.

If you’re unsure whether a business profile is for you, check out our Help section, or feel free to contact us.
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2 hours ago

Celebrate the launch of two new Readers Tours with TV Guide!

The Team from Readers Tours

For over three decades, Readers Tours has been taking our loyal readers on unforgettable journeys exploring the rich history and culture of New Zealand’s hidden gems.

The much loved North and South Island Journeys are back for 2020, along with the launch of two new escapes in both the North and South Island. These new shorter escapes are the perfect length of time for those adventurous seniors who want a taste of the spectacular excursions and sights our country has to offer.

To celebrate the launch of our brand new tours, our friends at TV Guide and Neighbourly are giving away a year’s subscription for TV Guide to one lucky adventurer!

All you have to do is tell us a New Zealand destination you would love to visit via this link and you'll be in the draw to win!

Entries close 19th December 2019.
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2 hours ago

Are you a winner this time?

SIX60 Tour

We’re giving away more of our double passes to the SIX60 Saturdays tour! We’ve drawn another 10 members to go to the regional concerts in Whangarei, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Lower Hutt, and Dunedin.

To be eligible, make sure you are a verified Neighbourly member (need a hand verifying your address? Click here).

We’ll also need to see you being more Neighbourly, whether it’s posting to your neighbourhood, replying to questions or inviting your neighbour to join the site (we’ve put together a few ideas here).
See the winners!

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6 hours ago

Last chance to have your say on the draft Naming Policy

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Submissions on the draft naming policy close on Wednesday 11 December. Among other changes we’re proposing to add a policy purpose to encourage Māori names for streets, reserves, community facilities and public places in Tauranga. We’re not proposing to change all names overnight but over time we hope to better reflect our city’s Māori history and mana whenua connections to Tauranga in the way we name public places. Have your say now - make your submission at www.tauranga.govt.nz... before 5pm on Wednesday 11 December.

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