Devonport, Auckland

33 days ago

Back at work this week?

Sandra from Wellovationz

Then don't forget your hand sanitiser to use on your hands, desk, phone, keyboards, eftpos machine, cash register etc.

Wellovationz has you covered.

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33 days ago

ENHANCE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING AREA

Easiroll

Hi neighbors, I am Rodney from Easiroll Roofing Ltd. We are specialists in the supply of roofing materials for your outdoor areas like Pergolas etc.

We can offer advice and guidance on the right products for you to use for your projects.

Recently there is a growing demand for pergoals with … View more
Hi neighbors, I am Rodney from Easiroll Roofing Ltd. We are specialists in the supply of roofing materials for your outdoor areas like Pergolas etc.

We can offer advice and guidance on the right products for you to use for your projects.

Recently there is a growing demand for pergoals with a Flat Look like Glass but without the associated high cost. We have several options that fit the bill and look great.

One option is CUSTOM GLAZE. This is very cost effective, easy to install, comes in a range of colours and sizes.

Give us a call now for prices and details:
(09) 415 3647 / 0800 694 895
www.easiroll.co.nz
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33 days ago

Our skin might be thanking us

Nudi Point

Nudi Point is one company that is not only battling through this crisis, but they are wholeheartedly embracing it. Owner Blair Coates is no stranger to adversity, after all, he is a proud gay man living in a rural north island farming community, with a passion for skin and hair care.

With a … View more
Nudi Point is one company that is not only battling through this crisis, but they are wholeheartedly embracing it. Owner Blair Coates is no stranger to adversity, after all, he is a proud gay man living in a rural north island farming community, with a passion for skin and hair care.

With a positive and upbeat outlook, Blair decided to face business in the Covid-19 era head-on. “I tend to look at every challenge as an opportunity”, and this approach has helped Nudi Point see a steady rise in their online sales since launching ‘Immunity Essential Oil Blend’ and an all-natural ‘Hand Sanitizer’. This powerful, natural sanitizer is a spritz rather than a gel so you can use it on yourself and/or surfaces. These 2 new products have helped introduce more customers to the brand and it's fair to say with a retail presence as vast, it’s no wonder you're probably asking why you haven't heard of this brand before.

Nudi Point is made in a garage workshop on Blair’s property in Takahue Valley. Their range is known for using plant-based, non-synthetic, and only naturally extracted ingredients to come up with rich lotions, serums and skincare essentials. With an excellent understanding of skin-enhancing compounds and how to develop effective formulations using the power of plants, Nudi Point have cornered a market for NZ local, highly effective, sustainable, and environmentally friendly, natural skincare.

Nudi Point can see growth forecasted in the future due to the increasing demand on non-chemical based products. These are the medium businesses that employ locally, no offshore cosmetic company head office to send the cashflow back to, and no international manufacturing to compete with domestic products. It’s crucial we seek out businesses like Nudi Point to help maintain their important positions within our community, environment and economy.

The next time we walk through one of those airport duty-free makeup and skincare counters could be a really long time, but with natural and effective alternatives like Nudi Point made here in NZ and being readily and easily available, I think our skin and the environment will be very happy with the state of the nation.
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42 days ago

Please share an ANZAC story with us Auckland...

RSA

Dear Auckland - ANZAC Day will look a little different for us this year - however, there are many ways for you to acknowledge the incredible men and women who have served our communities and given their lives for our country.

We invite you to share a memory or photo to commemorate this special … View more
Dear Auckland - ANZAC Day will look a little different for us this year - however, there are many ways for you to acknowledge the incredible men and women who have served our communities and given their lives for our country.

We invite you to share a memory or photo to commemorate this special day on Neighbourly below. It could be a story of a member in your family who served - or perhaps the way you and your family celebrate ANZAC Day each year. (It might even be a photo of your freshly baked can't be-beaten ANZAC cookies).

We also invite you to take part in Stand at Dawn and join us at 6:00 am on Saturday 25 April. Stand at your letterbox, at the front door, in your lounge rooms, balconies, in your driveway. Wherever you are in the world, stand with us and take a moment to remember our fallen – but please stay within your ‘bubble’.

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34 days ago

Online art consultations

Lucy from Devonport

Happy to now be able to offer online art consultations via zoom for all artists wanting professional feedback, help with their own creative way forward.

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34 days ago

Time to get decorating!

The Team from Resene ColorShop Takapuna

Now’s a great time to get decorating... and enjoy savings on your favourite Resene products.

The 25% off sale has been extended until 4 May 2020 for all Resene cardholders!

Get 25% off the normal price of Resene premium paints, stains, primers/sealers, wallpaper, decorating accessories and … View more
Now’s a great time to get decorating... and enjoy savings on your favourite Resene products.

The 25% off sale has been extended until 4 May 2020 for all Resene cardholders!

Get 25% off the normal price of Resene premium paints, stains, primers/sealers, wallpaper, decorating accessories and Resene cleaning products at Resene owned ColorShops. If you’re not a cardholder already you can sign up at www.resene.co.nz/diycard or when you order online.


You can order:

Order now via the online shop, shop.resene.co.nz, for click and collect or contactless delivery, staff will confirm when orders are ready to collect.

Email your order to your local Resene ColorShop or reseller. Resene staff will arrange it for collection or contactless delivery.

Phone your local Resene ColorShop or reseller during normal shop hours to place your order. See www.resene.co.nz/colorshops for email and phone details for your local Resene ColorShop.

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34 days ago

Need to save on power?

Electricity Authority

If COVID-19 means you’ve been using more power, or if it’s affected your income, talk to your power company to check you’re on the best plan.

Find more advice and support at the Electricity Authority’s website.

Talk, Check, see if you can save.
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40 days ago

Will re-opening Auckland businesses face water restrictions?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, It's no surprise that Auckland is in severe drought, with water storage at 26 year April lows. But the new risk is that businesses re-opening next week, could face mandatory restrictions within weeks. Read the story below:

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35 days ago

Level 3: Food & Drink in Devonport

Chris from Devonport

Updated list of businesses selling food and drink in Devonport under Level 3 restrictions. devonportdirectory.co.nz...

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35 days ago

Fun engaging learning.

NumberWorks'nWords Takapuna

NumberWorks'nWords remains online during lock down level 3. Our lessons are being delivered in the same fun, engaging way. Here is some feedback from one of our parents.

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35 days ago

Looking forward to your next copy of NZ Gardener?

Jo McCarroll - NZ Gardener editor Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

I am (very) pleased to tell you that now that the country is in Level Three, the May issue of NZ Gardener will be sent to our printers, and the magazine will be on sale from May 7. And believe me the May issue is packed with the good stuff, with ideas of what you can sow, plant, pick and preserve … View moreI am (very) pleased to tell you that now that the country is in Level Three, the May issue of NZ Gardener will be sent to our printers, and the magazine will be on sale from May 7. And believe me the May issue is packed with the good stuff, with ideas of what you can sow, plant, pick and preserve to make the most of your garden right now, plus Lynda Hallinan reflects on 60 lessons for gardeners from the lockdown, a bumper gardening quiz, and you can visit a spectacular Taupō garden alive with birds, a whimsical wonderland in Glenorchy in full bloom and meet the clever and resourceful gardeners of the Chatham Islands... all without leaving your bubble. And thanks so much to everyone who has been in touch to offer their support to the NZ Gardener team, especially those who have subscribed or renewed or purchased a subscription as a gift (an NZ Gardener subscription is a great Mother's Day idea, just sayin'!) We are so grateful to you all, and it's your support that allows us to keep inspiring and informing gardeners from all around New Zealand as we have been doing now for more than 75 years. Please share this message with your gardening groups on social too. We’re looking forward to the many more years of celebrating the amazing gardens and gardeners of New Zealand that lie ahead.

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