Tikipunga, Whangarei

22 days ago

Wishing everyone a safe, fun and kind #FathersDay weekend!

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!

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To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!


Q: How do you make a tissue dance?

A: Put a little boogey in it!


Q: Where do bees go to the toilet?

A: At the BP station!


#NSNZrandomactsofkindness

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22 days ago

Creative designs from your recycling bin!

The Team from Resene ColorShop Whangarei

What to do with old glass jars? There’s something about the beauty of empty glass jars that makes it hard to just put them into the recycling bin.

If you’ve been holding onto a few hoping for an inspiring project, you’ll love this super easy idea.

Make the most of this weekend with this … View more
What to do with old glass jars? There’s something about the beauty of empty glass jars that makes it hard to just put them into the recycling bin.

If you’ve been holding onto a few hoping for an inspiring project, you’ll love this super easy idea.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself.

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22 days ago

Play Stuff is here!

The Team from Play Stuff

Get access to NZ’s newest home for with Play Stuff. Watch thousands of videos on the go or share to a big screen with Airplay or Chromecast.

News, sport, entertainment and so much more. Best of all? It’s totally free.
Play now

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29 days ago

Ocular side-effects of Ibuprofen ( Vision )

Glen McMillan from Glen McMillan Okara Ward

I put a post up a couple of days ago saying I had given up ibuprofen for gout and was using red cherries instead. I believe my eyesight has suddenly improved particularly in reading subtitles on TV.
I have been doing some research and came across this detailed report from 1970. If you are taking … View more
I put a post up a couple of days ago saying I had given up ibuprofen for gout and was using red cherries instead. I believe my eyesight has suddenly improved particularly in reading subtitles on TV.
I have been doing some research and came across this detailed report from 1970. If you are taking ibuprofen you should read this. the link is below

I have to add I am running in our local elections in Okara Ward
Glen McMillan

23 days ago

New rules take effect for rental property market

Paul Reporter from Stuff

This week the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2019 took effect, bringing in a raft of changes for tenants and landlords.

Here's what it means for renters and landlords.

To read more, click here.

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23 days ago

$2.5 million for Kaumātua wellbeing - what should be a priority?

The team Reporter from Whangarei Leader

Hi neighbours - better lives for the Kaumātua [elderly] of Aotearoa is the focus of a $2.5 million wellbeing project.

Two different projects will run with the first hoping to bring generations together, and the second focusing on high health and social needs. These projects will mix physical … View more
Hi neighbours - better lives for the Kaumātua [elderly] of Aotearoa is the focus of a $2.5 million wellbeing project.

Two different projects will run with the first hoping to bring generations together, and the second focusing on high health and social needs. These projects will mix physical exercise with Te Reo and the passing down of cultural knowledge.

What do you think should be a priority for Kaumātua? What do you think would be most beneficial for them?

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24 days ago

What do you think of rāhui managing fishing at Mimiwhangata?

Denise Piper Reporter from Whangarei Leader

Ngātiwai Trust Board is introducing cultural management of Mimiwhangata Marine Park, north-east of Whangārei. What do you think? What would be best for the waters around Mimiwhangata? (Please put NFP if your comments are not for publication.)

24 days ago

Poll: Should vaping ads be banned?

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Tobacco companies are ramping up advertising for vaping products in what's being called a lolly scramble for customers, before new regulations come in.

Local e-cigarette businesses and anti-smoking groups say aggressive marketing campaigns are a bid to maximise sales before an expected … View more
Tobacco companies are ramping up advertising for vaping products in what's being called a lolly scramble for customers, before new regulations come in.

Local e-cigarette businesses and anti-smoking groups say aggressive marketing campaigns are a bid to maximise sales before an expected clampdown on how alternatives to smoking can be advertised.

To read more, click here.

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Should vaping ads be banned?
  • 87% Yes
    87% Complete
  • 13% No
    13% Complete
2047 votes
25 days ago
25 days ago

The dates for Neighbours Day Aotearoa 2020 have been announced! ❤️

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Looking forward to celebrating our wonderful communities across the country with all of you from 27 March to 5 of April.

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25 days ago

Gout

Glen McMillan from Glen McMillan Okara Ward

I have been posting information about my experiences with gout and medication, I have totally stopped taking ibuprofen and instead use red cherries. I said I think doctors make mistakes with prescriptions.

I watched The Hui last night and what were they talking about was medication and doctors not… View more
I have been posting information about my experiences with gout and medication, I have totally stopped taking ibuprofen and instead use red cherries. I said I think doctors make mistakes with prescriptions.

I watched The Hui last night and what were they talking about was medication and doctors not always getting it right, exactly what I have been saying

Glen McMillan Okara Ward 2019 please consider voting for me. see the news item below
www.newshub.co.nz...

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25 days ago

"Get Ready to Ride" Northland Motorcycle Day Saturday 7th of September 2019 at the Canopy Bridge, Town basin, Whangarei

Craig from Kamo

Are you a motorcyclist, or know of a motorcyclist, encourage them to come along to the "Get Ready to Ride" day at the Canopy Bridge, Town Basin, Whangarei in Saturday the 7th of September 2019 from 10.00am to 2.00pm. There are opportunities to chat with retailers, Ride forever trainers, … View moreAre you a motorcyclist, or know of a motorcyclist, encourage them to come along to the "Get Ready to Ride" day at the Canopy Bridge, Town Basin, Whangarei in Saturday the 7th of September 2019 from 10.00am to 2.00pm. There are opportunities to chat with retailers, Ride forever trainers, have a coffee and ensure you, your gear and motorcycle are ready for the warmer months ahead

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26 days ago

Desk for sale

Wendy from Kauri

Great craft desk. 14 drawers most of which have felt in the bottom.
1.52 w x .62 d x .75cm h
Wood not veneer.
Only selling as I am having a purpose built cabinet made

Price: $160

31 days ago

Ibuprofen 800 mg causing vision loss?

Glen from Central Whangarei

I get gout which is a long term issue the doctors have had me taking Ibuprofen 800 mg twice a day for years. I got wise and brought some red cherries. now one month free of Ibuprofen 800 mg biggest change is my eyesight has improved I can now easily read the subtitles on the telly.
Google Ibuprofen… View more
I get gout which is a long term issue the doctors have had me taking Ibuprofen 800 mg twice a day for years. I got wise and brought some red cherries. now one month free of Ibuprofen 800 mg biggest change is my eyesight has improved I can now easily read the subtitles on the telly.
Google Ibuprofen 800 mg side effects, the first listed is vision changes.

Works for me red cherries instead of Ibuprofen 800 mg

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26 days ago

New Stuff Circuit Investigation - watch now!

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Check out the latest work from Stuff Circuit. A must-watch for anyone seeking a better understanding of the culture that fostered the Christchurch mosque attacks. Watch now by clicking here.

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