Glendene, Auckland

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10 days ago

Recycle parts washing machines

Bob from New Lynn

Wanted old or not working petrol lawnmower or weed eaters, Fisher and paykel washing machine non worki g or faulty, can pick up free in local area, Recycling these items contact 02102400718, flick us a txt cheers blessing to you 😁😁

Free

10 days ago

What's On: Massive Garage Sale Market

Sharon from Te Atatu South

Massive garage sale market. 7am-12.30pm. Blockhouse Bay Community Centre. 524 Blockhouse Bay Rd, Blockhouse Bay. $10 a stall, customers free entry. Call Terry for stall enquiries on 027 221 1860.
Massive Garage Sale Market
  • Blockhouse Bay Community Centre
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10 days ago

Cafe for Sale

Tina from Avondale

Hello Prospective buyers
Franchise Cafe for sale in 3 kings/Royal Oak. Just under 100K. Please contact the owner 0212656520.
Regards

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10 days ago

VACANCY

Tina from Avondale

VACANCY
- Full Time, Part Time & Casual


 Wanted Professional Chef with experience.


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VACANCY
- Full Time, Part Time & Casual


 Wanted Professional Chef with experience.



 Wanted Barista with experience.



 Contact Mario on 0212656520

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10 days ago

Brand new Kenwood Blender, Rimu Quest book new, 2 wooden bar stools

Lorraine from Henderson

Brand new Kenwood Blender, still in box $35 Rimu Quest book new, $15 2 wooden bar stools wonderful condition $30 for both beautiful blue/grey queen quilt by bambury with 4 pillowcases and 2 cushions $30 the lot
star wars poster $5 star wars touch light and figures NEW ZEALAND banner $5 Pretty … View more
Brand new Kenwood Blender, still in box $35 Rimu Quest book new, $15 2 wooden bar stools wonderful condition $30 for both beautiful blue/grey queen quilt by bambury with 4 pillowcases and 2 cushions $30 the lot
star wars poster $5 star wars touch light and figures NEW ZEALAND banner $5 Pretty limited edition dolphin plate $10 NEW Pinata $5 Canberra Raiders new Hat $10 as new shoes size 11 very pretty $10
0211224859 also more to come LOTS OF GIRLS clothes size 2-6yr and dress up clothing dresses

Negotiable

10 days ago

A little kindness on your road trip

AMI Insurance - Head office

A little kindness can go a long way, especially if you’re planning a road trip over the weekend. Here are five ways showing how a little kindness can help. Learn more

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11 days ago

Poll: Where are they?

Laquon from Glen Eden

Truck n trailer STOLEN on Thursday. From Waitakere BMX CLUB. You may be thinking oh wow the neighbours have got a new truck and trailer and well ok those are some seriously fat looking tires. Not so normal right. That's because it's for a bmx track to compress and smooth out the bmx … View moreTruck n trailer STOLEN on Thursday. From Waitakere BMX CLUB. You may be thinking oh wow the neighbours have got a new truck and trailer and well ok those are some seriously fat looking tires. Not so normal right. That's because it's for a bmx track to compress and smooth out the bmx track. Contact the police without delay and send me a message and if you lead us to the recovery of the truck and trailer we will arrange a reward for your efforts. Let's get them back! Thankyou all for your time. Take care.

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11 days ago

How to avoid coronavirus on flights ...

Fiona from Henderson

Heads up, masks and gloves do a better job of spreading bugs than stopping them.
I found this article far more informative and rational than any other article about 'self care' during this over the top scaremongering about coronavirus.
I totally understand why people are panicking and in … View more
Heads up, masks and gloves do a better job of spreading bugs than stopping them.
I found this article far more informative and rational than any other article about 'self care' during this over the top scaremongering about coronavirus.
I totally understand why people are panicking and in so many cases, going completely overboard, but it's like all forms of rational thinking has gone out the door.
The excellent Q & A within this article with David Powell, a physician and medical adviser to the International Air Transport Association is not only rational but reassuring and accurate.
The question where he is asked, " Does wearing masks and gloves help prevent infections?" makes perfect sense and is exactly what I have been trying to tell a few people.
Basic biology classes will tell you just this.
Just be sensible, keep excellent hand hygiene and if you cough or sneeze in public, it's important to cover your face with a sleeve. Better yet, a tissue to be disposed of carefully, and then sanitising the hands afterward.
www.stuff.co.nz...

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27 days ago

Popular central Auckland food court, Food Alley, to close

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Sad news for food lovers. Central Auckland institution Food Alley is closing its doors after 28 years.

Food Alley was Auckland's first dedicated asian food hall.

To read more, click here.

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11 days ago

FREE cardboard boxes of various sizes, including a banana box. If anyone wants them.

Sharon from Te Atatu South

Ring or text me on 021 1848 707 OR send me a private message if you want any, and I can give you the address for pickup. =D

Free

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12 days ago

Baking or Square Plastic Trays

Alexandria from Kelston

Does anyone have any old baking trays or square plastic trays they are no longer wanting please ? Needing some for Bathbombs to dry on but I can’t afford to buy heaps. If you have any just laying around I would appreciate so much ! Please and thank you

11 days ago

Titirangi residents fed up with school playing 'Poi E' on repeat

Brian from New Lynn

Titirangi is in tatters over the primary school's new PA system which saw the traditional bell replaced with a song playing on repeat several times a day. Titirangi Primary School has this week been testing its new PA system and, judging by feedback from its neighbours, it's got some … View moreTitirangi is in tatters over the primary school's new PA system which saw the traditional bell replaced with a song playing on repeat several times a day. Titirangi Primary School has this week been testing its new PA system and, judging by feedback from its neighbours, it's got some tweaking to do. The new PA system includes the option to ditch the traditional school bell in favour of playing a song instead. The school has been marking the beginning and end of classes with Patea Maori Club's classic "Poi E", played loudly over the new speakers. Some residents are not amused. "So sad, I used to love the song "Poi E" . Not anymore," one person posted in the local Facebook group. "What's wrong with using a regular old bell?" another local Titirangi resident commented. Titirangi Primary School Principal Julie Lynch told the Herald the school is currently testing the new PA system and aware of the issues residents have raised. "We had a really old system in the school. Over the summer we put in a new telephone system and came into the 21st century with Voice over IP. Whilst we were doing that we thought we'd update our PA system," Lynch explained. "We're on a multi-level site and there are areas where children couldn't hear announcements. For health and safety reasons, we needed a more up-to-date system," she added. The school has received feedback from numerous people in the community and will work with a technician to reposition the speakers so the sound doesn't travel quite as far outside the school grounds. "What we will need to do is review where our speakers are positioned," Lynch said. "Have had some feedback that is quite loud." As for why the school decided to ditch the traditional bell, it is all part of the offering with the new system. "It's different but a nice celebration of Māori culture, especially with Waitangi Day this week," she said. "It's a brand new system so we can do all sorts of different things. "After this week, I might have to have a look at different options."
The song chorus currently plays about six times a day, between 9am and 3pm, to make the start and end of classes, morning tea and lunch. "It's a health and safety issue, we need the children to hear it all across the school. "We apologise to the Titirangi community for yesterday, Waitangi Day, as it was going off. We're still working it all out," Lynch added.
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11 days ago

Phil Goff's emails hacked - 15,000 emails over 12 years offered for sale

Brian from New Lynn

Emails apparently sent and received by Auckland mayor Phil Goff over a 12-year period have been offered with a $20,000 price tag and appear to contain deeply personal information alongside council and Parliamentary work.
Communications sent to the Herald suggest there has been a complete grab of … View more
Emails apparently sent and received by Auckland mayor Phil Goff over a 12-year period have been offered with a $20,000 price tag and appear to contain deeply personal information alongside council and Parliamentary work.
Communications sent to the Herald suggest there has been a complete grab of Goff's inbox and sent folders. Among many other topics, they appear to include fundraising plans for Goff's mayoral bid, "confidential" polling data during last year's campaign and sensitive business information. The seller claims to have more than 15,000 emails from an Xtra account in Goff's name with the database spanning from 2007 to 2019. Evidence sent by the seller and examined by the Herald appears to confirm the claims. It is unknown if the seller has offered the emails to other businesses or individuals. Goff would not be interviewed over the alleged breach. In a statement, his chief of staff Nirupa George referred to the Herald revelation as an "alleged hack of his family email account". "Like thousands of other account holders across the country he assumed the service provider's email platform was secure. While the authenticity of the hack has not been verified, the Mayor has discontinued use of the email account and taken advice from experts. "This matter is now subject to investigation by the police and other relevant agencies." Information provided by the would-be seller of Goff's emails appears to show the mayor used his Xtra email address during the time he was a government minister, while leader of the Labour Party, as an MP and since becoming Mayor of Auckland. When asked how it was obtained, the person responded: "The data was forwarded to me by a friend. In email conversations, the person claimed: "I have every sent and received email from 2007 - Oct 2019 including all attachments. "Considering the amount of information and the exclusivity of it I think a fair price would be $20k NZD, but happy to negotiate." The media does not engage in chequebook journalism. Our editorial today explains the rationale of why referencing the emails is of strong public interest.
The media has told Goff's office it will not buy the database and has discontinued contact with the person claiming to hold the information. The person claiming to hold the database sent examples of the material and text files containing subject lines of documents claimed to be in the Inbox and Outbox of Goff's Xtra account. The subject lines in the material appear to show information from Goff's time as Minister of Defence in 2007 through to late 2019. It also shows the database apparently holds personal information, including medical information, personal finances and photographs. Among the emails provided were two dealing with campaign financing. One began with the line: "Team all emails should be on personal addresses or those that cannot be subject to an official information request". Goff appears to have received the email in his Xtra account and sent it to his executive assistant's email account at Parliament.The emails provided also included what appeared to be one sent to Goff as mayor and containing sensitive commercial information about a council transport contract. A purported attached document included specific dollar amounts bid for a transport contract. The media contacted Spark after it had confirmed the emails on offer were likely to be genuine. A spokeswoman for Spark, which provides customers with Xtra email accounts, said: "In line with our security protocols, when we were made aware of this issue we contacted the customer and suspended the account.
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