Botany Downs, Auckland

5 days ago

Tools Stolen

Grant from Hydrolix Plumbing & Gas

Bugger!

My van got broken into last night.

The took only gas fitting stuff which is a bit weird

1 red tool back pack with spanners, screw drivers, toptul spanner set, toptul vernier calipers, Gas detector, dressmakers pins & rinnai cheat sheets.

1x Black hard case with CO detector, Gas … View more
Bugger!

My van got broken into last night.

The took only gas fitting stuff which is a bit weird

1 red tool back pack with spanners, screw drivers, toptul spanner set, toptul vernier calipers, Gas detector, dressmakers pins & rinnai cheat sheets.

1x Black hard case with CO detector, Gas detector and Manometer inside ( (Brand new)

1 Big Dog Brass Box full of various brass fittings etc.

any info gratefully received in confidentiality

Grant Currie

Ph 021 0616 655

1 day ago

Winter Water Heater Special

Grant from Hydrolix Plumbing & Gas

Get your Water Heater Serviced this winter. Usually $245 now $195 for the month of June.
www.hydrolix.co.nz...
Or Call us Ph 022 616 0655

Price: $195

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1 day ago

Wet Suit For Sale

Garth from Howick

Body Glove
Men’s Small
Good condition
Please contact Garth directly 021 02288121
I don’t check Neighbourly often

Price: $40

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1 day ago

Personal Development/Self-help Books For Sale - 24 books

Garth from Howick

Great selection of topics and authors as per the photos.
Excellent condition.
Please contact Garth directly 021 02288121
I don’t check Neighbourly often.

Price: $60

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1 day ago

BUSINESS BOOKS For Sale - 57 books

Garth from Howick

A great variety of business topics - leadership, six sigma, communication and much more as shown in photos. Excellent condition.
Please contact Garth directly 021 02288121. I don’t check Neighbourly often.

Price: $120

4 days ago

Howick Village Market Reopening this Saturday

Frith from Cockle Bay

Fantastic news!

The Howick Village Market will be reopening this weekend, 6th June.

We will be operating within the government regulations so will have a slightly reduced amount of stallholders to ensure social distancing.

We look forward to seeing you getting back into the village supporting … View more
Fantastic news!

The Howick Village Market will be reopening this weekend, 6th June.

We will be operating within the government regulations so will have a slightly reduced amount of stallholders to ensure social distancing.

We look forward to seeing you getting back into the village supporting local!

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2 days ago

Martial Arts Classes

Shaun from Howick

New intake being offered now $60mnth, Family discounts available.

Taekwon-Do classes at Howick Intermediate school hall for beginners.
Tuesday and Thursday Nights 6:30pm - 8:00pm. 7yrs and older

Our Motto: Family, Fitness, Fun.

Special joining offer for June: Sign up and register get one month … View more
New intake being offered now $60mnth, Family discounts available.

Taekwon-Do classes at Howick Intermediate school hall for beginners.
Tuesday and Thursday Nights 6:30pm - 8:00pm. 7yrs and older

Our Motto: Family, Fitness, Fun.

Special joining offer for June: Sign up and register get one month free and receive a free uniform worth $95

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www.itkd.co.nz...

2 days ago

QUIZ NIGHT!

Lucky's Sports Bar & Restaurant

Quiz night again TONIGHT. Get a team together and come down to LUCKYS for some fun and delicious dinner & great prizes.
Best to call and book a table as seating is limited!
$6 Luckys Larger and Ale on Tap!
Smoked BBQ Pork ribs SPECIAL (Limited so first in first serve)

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2 days ago

Capture the captivating winning shot

The Team from Auckland Museum

It was a pitch-black, two-second encounter with this amazing cephalopod that gave 14-year-old Aucklander, Cruz Erdmann an opportunity to capture the captivating winning shot of a bigfin squid illuminating the inky blackness of the ocean.

Cruz took out the Young Wildlife Photographer of the YearView more
It was a pitch-black, two-second encounter with this amazing cephalopod that gave 14-year-old Aucklander, Cruz Erdmann an opportunity to capture the captivating winning shot of a bigfin squid illuminating the inky blackness of the ocean.

Cruz took out the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year category, being chosen from nearly 50,000 entries from 92 counties, honoured by the longest-running nature photography exhibition in the world! We spoke to this young creative on his incredible achievement.

As the Museum is now open, come and see all of the stunning images from the exhibition, extended for a limited time.
Find out more

3 days ago

Book now for Term 3 Art Courses

Megan from MEGANZ School of Visual Arts

MEGANZ School of Visual Arts is back up and running this term after our experience with the lockdown. Our students are returning and we also have a few new students begin without us even advertising, which is cool!
If you or your son or daughter are interested in art, we specialize in drawing, … View more
MEGANZ School of Visual Arts is back up and running this term after our experience with the lockdown. Our students are returning and we also have a few new students begin without us even advertising, which is cool!
If you or your son or daughter are interested in art, we specialize in drawing, painting, and sculpture and take students from the age of 9 through to adults.
The courses are a mix of tutor and student-initiated projects. Students can work on their own themes and ideas, at their own pace. Also, college-age students can work on artboard work if they choose to.
So take a look at our website (www.vizart.co.nz) and send me a text or call me (Megan) and we can make a time to meet.

Cheers Megan

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3 days ago

SuperSeniors Newsletter June 2020

The Team from Office for Seniors

Hi Neighbours!

Our June SuperSeniors Newsletter is out now, and it's filled with lots of useful and interesting information.

The Newsletter outlines things to keep in mind around COVID-19 and a few key points from the 2020 'Rebuilding Together' Budget that will benefit seniors.

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Hi Neighbours!

Our June SuperSeniors Newsletter is out now, and it's filled with lots of useful and interesting information.

The Newsletter outlines things to keep in mind around COVID-19 and a few key points from the 2020 'Rebuilding Together' Budget that will benefit seniors.

15 June marks World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is an opportunity to shine the light on the role we can all play in reducing elder abuse and neglect.

Make sure to read and share it!

To subscribe, to the newsletter follow this link: bit.ly...
To view the current edition go to: bit.ly...

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6 days ago

Have you seen this colourful jumper?

Tori Tokalau Reporter from Auckland Stuff

George Shiers has been looking for his favorite jumper for more than two years, and he is longing for its return.

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3 days ago

Book now for Term 3 Art courses

Megan from Cockle Bay

MEGANZ School of Visual Arts is back up and running this term after our experience with the lockdown. Our students are returning and we also have a few new students begin without us even advertising, which is cool!
If you or your son or daughter are interested in art, we specialize in drawing, … View more
MEGANZ School of Visual Arts is back up and running this term after our experience with the lockdown. Our students are returning and we also have a few new students begin without us even advertising, which is cool!
If you or your son or daughter are interested in art, we specialize in drawing, painting, and sculpture and take students from the age of 9 through to adults.
The courses are a mix of tutor and student-initiated projects. Students can work on their own themes and ideas, at their own pace.
Also, college-age students can work on artboard work if they choose to.
So take a look at our website (www.vizart.co.nz) and send me a text or call me (Megan) and we can make a time to meet.
Cheers Megan

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3 days ago

Eggs any way, anytime

Emma Reporter from Stuff Cooks

During lockdown, there was no leftover my family wouldn’t crack an egg onto and eat for breakfast: leftover mash, leftover chicken pot pie, the last dribbles of a batch of ham hock soup and once, a lamb chop.

Eventually “Eggs & Anything” infiltrated dinner and our standards dropped even… View more
During lockdown, there was no leftover my family wouldn’t crack an egg onto and eat for breakfast: leftover mash, leftover chicken pot pie, the last dribbles of a batch of ham hock soup and once, a lamb chop.

Eventually “Eggs & Anything” infiltrated dinner and our standards dropped even lower: the skillet was dumped on the table along with a pile of forks, a few side plates - maybe, a tea towel as a napkin for the 8-year-old with the large lockdown appetite and away we went.

Lazy egg suppers have hung around in Alert Level 2 - minus the dinner dregs and skillet table service, and with the addition of an actual recipe: Turkish eggs, spicy red shakshuka and spiced bread egg in a hole.

Eggs, dukkah and garlic fried spinach is another favourite combo in our house. What's your favourite?

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