Freemans Bay, Auckland

16 days ago

Motueka: New Zealand’s small-town doughnut capital

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

If you’re hungry, please step away from your phone or monitor. Would you try this cheeseburger doughnut? Read more about the small NZ team with some big doughnut dreams below.

12 days ago

Heavy rainfall fills Waitākere dams, but water restrictions remain

Melanie Earley Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, heavy rainfall across Auckland over the past week has replenished a west Auckland dam – but the city's water storage levels are still low.
A Watercare spokeswoman said last week's deluge gave the Upper Nihotupu Dam in the Waitākere Ranges, a storage boost from 51 … View more
Kia ora neighbours, heavy rainfall across Auckland over the past week has replenished a west Auckland dam – but the city's water storage levels are still low.
A Watercare spokeswoman said last week's deluge gave the Upper Nihotupu Dam in the Waitākere Ranges, a storage boost from 51 per cent to 93 per cent full. “But significant replenishment in the western dams does not mean we can all abandon our water-saving efforts,” the spokeswoman said.

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13 days ago

Tie Waist Wrap Dress Size small/medium, excellent condition

Zihsin from Grey Lynn

Tie Waist Wrap Dress
Size small/medium, excellent condition

Negotiable

13 days ago

Gardening Painting and Cleaning Services

Adnan Bajrami from G.P.C Services Limited

Our Services starts from $25.00
We'll beat any quote

Contact us on 027 944 4449

13 days ago

Have you picked up a copy of our July issue yet?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Well, don't wait too long! This issue is packed with good reads and amazing offers from our friends and partners. We take a close look at urban farmer Freeman Farms, and visit an Auckland coastal garden that the owner waited three long decades to create as well as a Dunedin garden where … View moreWell, don't wait too long! This issue is packed with good reads and amazing offers from our friends and partners. We take a close look at urban farmer Freeman Farms, and visit an Auckland coastal garden that the owner waited three long decades to create as well as a Dunedin garden where they’ve grown flowers for nearly 50 years. We're still on the hunt for our Houseplant Hero, thanks to our friends at Yates and Kings Plant Barn. Nominations are now open for our 2020 Ryman Healthcare Gardener of the Year too! There’s a feature on walnut growers in NZ, highlights of new roses coming out this year and of course, details on how to get yourself $20 worth of free bulbs from NZ Bulbs.

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16 days ago

How water restrictions tighten if it doesn't rain

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Not being able to water the garden might not matter in winter, but current drought-related restrictions will step-up if there's not a lot of rain. How will you be affected? Read the story below:

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13 days ago

What's on: Let's talk rubbish - Wednesday July 1st Grey Lynn

Brian from Westmere

How conscious are you of your footprint?
All of us will leave one - how big though, is up to us.

Join Conscious Action as we explore the world of waste!

From recycling to composting to landfill
From degeneration to regeneration
From linear to circular

During this event we’ll learn about the … View more
How conscious are you of your footprint?
All of us will leave one - how big though, is up to us.

Join Conscious Action as we explore the world of waste!

From recycling to composting to landfill
From degeneration to regeneration
From linear to circular

During this event we’ll learn about the different waste streams that we contribute to as individuals, how our habits impact our environment, the sharing and circular economies and what they mean for our future, as well as ways to adopt a zero-waste lifestyle and reduce our impact.


Come along to meet like-minded individuals, join an interactive discussion with our guest speakers, mindful moment, sharing and action setting.

Let's kick off Plastic Free July 2020 the best possible!

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Conscious Action events are a space to connect with like-minded people, collaborate to come up with inspiring ideas, and celebrate what we are already contributing to the collective.

Wednesday July 1st 6:30pm
The Workshop Auckland (37d Crummer Road, Grey Lynn)
Dinner included in ticket
Register here: events.humanitix.com...

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13 days ago

Sold in Freemans Bay: property fetches $4.1 million

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A Freemans Bay house at 33 England Street has sold for 273 per cent over the median capital value for the suburb. It fetched $4.1 million, the median CV in Freemans Bay is $1.1 million.

At 347sqm, it is significantly bigger than most homes in Freemans Bay, where the median property is 133sqm. The … View more
A Freemans Bay house at 33 England Street has sold for 273 per cent over the median capital value for the suburb. It fetched $4.1 million, the median CV in Freemans Bay is $1.1 million.

At 347sqm, it is significantly bigger than most homes in Freemans Bay, where the median property is 133sqm. The sale was finalised on May 5, 2020.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

13 days ago

Freemans Bay property sells for $1.37 million

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A property at 13 Hepburn Street in Freemans Bay has sold for $1.37 million.

At 114sqm, it is smaller than most homes in Freemans Bay, where the median property is 133sqm.

The three-bedroom home has two bathrooms and its capital valuation is $1.36 million, compared with the median CV in Freemans … View more
A property at 13 Hepburn Street in Freemans Bay has sold for $1.37 million.

At 114sqm, it is smaller than most homes in Freemans Bay, where the median property is 133sqm.

The three-bedroom home has two bathrooms and its capital valuation is $1.36 million, compared with the median CV in Freemans Bay of $1.1 million. The sale was finalised on May 29, 2020.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

13 days ago

St Mary's College Pasifika Roots Talanoa 2020

Jacob Sheehan from St Mary's College Auckland

The SMC Pasifika Student and Parent Committee are proud to present their first ever Pasifika Roots Talanoa / conference. This is a free event which will be held on Saturday 18 July in the St Mary’s College Cecilia Maher Hall here at 11 New Street, Ponsonby, Auckland.

The aim of the Talanoa is to… View more
The SMC Pasifika Student and Parent Committee are proud to present their first ever Pasifika Roots Talanoa / conference. This is a free event which will be held on Saturday 18 July in the St Mary’s College Cecilia Maher Hall here at 11 New Street, Ponsonby, Auckland.

The aim of the Talanoa is to provide support for young people to help them thrive at school and within their families and communities. There will be wonderful guest speakers including past pupils Lupesina Koro and Nele Kalolo, as well as food and entertainment.

As this is our first Talanoa, we are in need of a small amount of financial support to help us bring it all together. If you can help in any small way please email jsheehan@stmaryak.school.nz

We will also provide great recognition for your support both pre and post-event.

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