30 days ago

Special at Newtown green grocer

Happy from Kilbirnie


✅Broccoli 99¢/each
✅Avocado 99¢/each
✅Telegraph cucumber $1.49/each
✅Cauliflower $1.99/each
✅Brown onion 99¢/kg
✅Agria Potatoes 99¢/kg
✅Carrots $1.49/kg
✅NZ Lemons $2.99/kg
✅Fresh dates 4.99/box

Many more specials in store!

Specials are starting Thursday (18/07/19)and ending on Sunday (21/07/19).

More messages from your neighbours
2 hours ago

Having problems with drugs or alcohol?

The Retreat NZ

It doesn’t matter if you are young or old - recovering from problematic alcohol or drug use is not easy and you don't have to do this on your own.

At The Retreat NZ, we know, from first-hand experience, what works and we give you the tools that will help you or your family member achieve long term sobriety.

Talk to us - we can help. We are available 24/7 and we welcome guests from all over New Zealand. Confidentiality is guaranteed.

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2 hours ago

Vote for Get Growing! You could WIN!

Rachel Clare Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Calling all Get Growing lovers! NZ Gardener's ezine is in the running to win the Magshop People's Choice Award in the Webstar Magazine Media Awards. Click through to their website to vote daily and help us win!

Each vote counts as an entry to win this De'Longhi espresso machine valued at $1,099 or an Icona Capitals kettle and toaster package valued at $369. Simply register your details once, then vote here each day until voting closes on September 4.
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6 days ago

Poll: Is bilingual signage a worthwhile investment?

The team Reporter from Dominion Post

Hi neighbours - Porirua City's new bilingual signs have cost nearly $30,000 in consultant and designer's fees.

Featuring Te Reo Māori and English, the signs cost $27,360 to design, which included work by cultural advisors and bilingual experts.

Wendy Walker, Porirua City Council Chief Executive, says that "by bringing Māori language into our everyday lives, we help those less familiar with it gain confidence, as well as recognising those who already speak Te Reo."

What do you think about this? Do you think the bilingual signage is a worthwhile investment? Read more here

Is bilingual signage a worthwhile investment?
  • 44% I think it's a great investment - It's important to preserve Te Reo
    44% Complete
  • 37.1% I think it's a waste of money
    37.1% Complete
  • 11.9% I think there are more interactive ways Te Reo could be practiced
    11.9% Complete
  • 7.1% I'm neither for or against it
    7.1% Complete
680 votes