292 days ago

We are helping move your business online !

Live Store

Hello neighbors!

Do you consider opening up online revenue streams to help you in the current circumstances?

It is the time to adapt the way of doing our business, if you consider building up your online business, we might help.

We've helped our local fruit&veg sellers to sell their fresh foods to the communities by setting up their own online store: livestore.co.nz...

If you are interested, please contact us: helen@livestore.co.nz
Go through the photos below and get to know what the online stores look like.

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1 hour ago

BePure

Acute Acupuncture Ltd Nate Wafstet from Acute Acupuncture

Patients who purchase the Limited Edition Everyday Wellness Pack in March and April will be in to WIN a Winter Wellness Retreat at Aro Hā (valued at $5,575).

To enter, Acute Acupuncture patients must simply scan the QR code within the pack lid or booklet and join the BePure 30-day Change Challenge. Once they do this they just need to select 'Purchased in-store' and fill in their contact details following the prompts after scanning.

2 days ago

Pet of the Day. Meet Chewie

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This week we feature Chewie from Melrose who belongs to Deb Boates who says Chewie enjoys smelling flowers.
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you are from.

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6 days ago

Mittens is safe! Hold the front page

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It is the catnapping that was not. All's well that ends well for Wellington celebrity cat Mittens.
A caller to Stuff's Wellington newsroom reported that the Turkish
angora was stuck in a car on Victoria St in central Wellington early
on Tuesday morning.
When reporters arrived at the scene, Mittens was inside the car and, evidently, eager to get out.
Help was soon on the way in the form of Mittens' owner Silvio Bruinsma
who plucked Mittens from the car to take back home.
It seems that Mittens had been wandering the streets and a
well-meaning member of the public put him in their car due to concern
for the cat. They had then called Bruinsma,, who (as he has done many
times before) went to Mittens' rescue. -Tom Hunt