Henderson, Auckland

10 hours ago

WATCH: How Mr & Mrs Gock Saved the Kumara

The Team from Play Stuff

Play Stuff Short Doco: When New Zealand gave two young Chinese refugees citizenship in the 1940’s they found an unlikely way to return the gift – by saving the almighty kumara. Watch now

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2 hours ago

Feeding the Homeless - Just a Idea us Kiwi's could do to help the less unfortunate.

Matt from Henderson

HI everyone, Matt here, just wanted to post up this up about the less unfortunate people we have in our country and around the world. This is just an idea we could do as a country to help the homeless out. This video is from a guy in America who is called Choice MAS! His main videos are on … View moreHI everyone, Matt here, just wanted to post up this up about the less unfortunate people we have in our country and around the world. This is just an idea we could do as a country to help the homeless out. This video is from a guy in America who is called Choice MAS! His main videos are on trucking mainly but him and his team of friends in parts of America come together from time to time to help out taking food to the homeless people, wherever they can. Will send you two links of Choice and his friends doing this.

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2 hours ago

For All Who Wanted to Watch the Rugby World CUP on SKY BUT only get delayed coverage!

Matt from Henderson

To All Rugby Sporting people or anyone who just loves rugby, rugby league, and other sports in general.

Has anyone who has SKY at home, annoyed that the coverage you receive is only delayed coverage because of Spark that got the contract with the Rugby World Cup?

Just wanting people's … View more
To All Rugby Sporting people or anyone who just loves rugby, rugby league, and other sports in general.

Has anyone who has SKY at home, annoyed that the coverage you receive is only delayed coverage because of Spark that got the contract with the Rugby World Cup?

Just wanting people's comments about this. Especially all those Sky Customers, you know who you are who love there sports so much.

Matt!

Voice Your Opinion! Let your voice be heard! Speak Your Mind about what you think about the Rugby World Coverage this time!

2 hours ago

Poll: Should Auckland build a monorail? - Reply

Matt from Henderson

Yes, I believe we need to have or build a monorail! Some people may not of think of having this but you need to look at the practical side of life. How many train failures have their been in Auckland in the recent years? Maybe 4-5 (just guessing), could be more than that. You need to have a … View moreYes, I believe we need to have or build a monorail! Some people may not of think of having this but you need to look at the practical side of life. How many train failures have their been in Auckland in the recent years? Maybe 4-5 (just guessing), could be more than that. You need to have a backup transport system in case one fails so to speak.

People will ring up employers saying they will be coming late because they have to use a taxi or bus to get to work because the train has had a electric fault or failure somewhere along the line or track.

Now when the train fails, the monorail can be used as a back transport system when these things happen to the train.

You wouldn't need to ring your bosses up when the train stuffs up or has a fault somewhere, the monorail would be able to be used to take you to work much more faster and much quicker too!

That's is what I have to say about that! Yes there has been a poll on this already, but sometimes it's good to get another opinion on the matter.

Matt

3 hours ago

We Say/You Say? in the Western Leader? Where is this?

Matt from Henderson

Does anyone know where We/Say, You/Say is on Neighbourly or somewhere on this site? I see this We Say/You Say in the Western Leader a lot but can't get access to this or just simply can't find this?

Does anyone know where this is?

Matt

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1 day ago

orange bin tags.

Sam from Whenuapai & Herald Island

is anyone else having an issue with these. The last 3 or 4 times my rubbish bin has been emptied the orange tag has disappeared.! What is the reasoning behind, having to buy these. I would have thought, that it was covered by our rates?

1 day ago

Free public transport on weekends for Auckland kids sees little uptake

Danielle Clent Reporter from Western Leader

Hi neighbours, Auckland Transport's initiative to get more kids on public transport by making it free on weekends has so far apparently failed to get traction.
The move began on September 7 with children aged 5 to 15 getting a free ride as long as they tagged their registered HOP card.
But … View more
Hi neighbours, Auckland Transport's initiative to get more kids on public transport by making it free on weekends has so far apparently failed to get traction.
The move began on September 7 with children aged 5 to 15 getting a free ride as long as they tagged their registered HOP card.
But figures show the numbers of children using public transport was similar - or even lower - than the week before when they had to pay.
Are free weekends enticing you to take the kids on public transport?
Please put NFP if you do not want your comments used in print.

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1 day ago

💠Welcome to the 21st century💠

Fiona from Henderson

So true 😉
Our Phones 👉 Wireless
Cooking 👉 Fire less
Cars 👉 Key-less
Food 👉 Fat less
Tyres 👉 Tubeless
Tools 👉 Cordless
Dress 👉 Sleeveless… View more
So true 😉
Our Phones 👉 Wireless
Cooking 👉 Fire less
Cars 👉 Key-less
Food 👉 Fat less
Tyres 👉 Tubeless
Tools 👉 Cordless
Dress 👉 Sleeveless
Youth 👉 Jobless
Leaders 👉 Shameless
Relationships 👉 Meaningless
Attitude 👉 Careless
Wives 👉 Fearless
Babies 👉 Fatherless
Feelings 👉 Heartless
Education 👉 Valueless
Children 👉 Manner-less
Parliament 👉 Clueless
Government 👉 Useless
Masses 👉 Helpless
Everything has become less, but still
our hopes are 👉 Endless
In fact I am 👉 Speechless

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9 hours ago

Storage Jars

Fiona from Henderson

3 x tall storage jars - Spaghetti Jars - circled in red
They can be used for anything, rice, salt, spaghetti ...
They do need a good clean, but there is still plenty of live left in them.

Free

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9 hours ago

Family's Summer Entertainment Delight

The Team from Neighbourly Property

A nicely presented solid weatherboard and brick veneer home comprising three double bedrooms, one bathroom (separate toilet) and spacious living. Now ready to move in and enjoy this lovely family home which has just completed an extensive and tasteful interior renovation. Special mention needs to… View moreA nicely presented solid weatherboard and brick veneer home comprising three double bedrooms, one bathroom (separate toilet) and spacious living. Now ready to move in and enjoy this lovely family home which has just completed an extensive and tasteful interior renovation. Special mention needs to be made of the brand new modern kitchen with white engineered stone bench tops, under bench oven and ceramic hobs. The home is complemented with neutral tones, new carpet and polished timber flooring.
Room for all - children and pets, barbecuing and entertaining on the impressive large deck overlooking the in ground pool. Perfect for the summer months fast approaching and to retreat to after a long day or relax in the spa while listening to the Tui's and bird life.
The home is situated on a large 880m2 section that has untapped potential as well as having a wonderful aspect looking out to the picturesque reserve. You will not need to worry about storage and parking here! A standalone double garage is tucked away at the back of the property (or use the space as a man cave) while at the front of the home is a single garage and carport. There is also ample off street parking for friends and visitors.
Located in a great location in a well established street. There are many schools and restaurants in the Henderson area, a comprehensive hospital, easy access to bus and train services and several access points to the motorway.
This is certainly an excellent family environment with great content and would be a super move for the summer.

11 hours ago

Free Marmalade Jars

Fiona from Henderson

9 x beautiful Rose's marmalade jars, all clean, all labels removed and all ready to be used.
Perfect for jam, marmalade, storage ... so many uses.

Free

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11 hours ago

Presence of your home in a Dental Clinic

The Team from Lake Panorama Dental

Dear Neighbours,

Thank you very much for all your support since we have opened our own Dental Clinic, it is highly appreciated.

For those who have not yet been able, feel the presence of your home in a Dental Clinic. We do understand that waiting for your Dental appointment may not be pleasing … View more
Dear Neighbours,

Thank you very much for all your support since we have opened our own Dental Clinic, it is highly appreciated.

For those who have not yet been able, feel the presence of your home in a Dental Clinic. We do understand that waiting for your Dental appointment may not be pleasing for some, hence we chose to convert an entire home only into a Dental clinic so that you can feel the warmth and tranquility of a home surrounded by the presence of the beautiful Lake Panorama.

Having practiced as a Dentist for over 22 years (since 2001 at Mt Roskill and Henderson), I realize that cost is an important factor for my patients, hence as I now own my dental clinic, make use of our free comprehensive check up with quote and 20% of all treatments including X Rays. Our costs are very reasonable.

We also provide:
Free ACC consultations with quote
Free for children under 18 years of age (referral letter may be required for children under 12 ) .
Free WINZ Quotes
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Open Mondays to Saturdays, situated at 22 Lake Panorama Drive Henderson Heights. Plenty of free on street parking.

Call 09 2186000 or text 0211363444 to find out more.

Your caring team at Lake Panorama Dental where your Dental Health matters

12 hours ago

Thinking of living in a retirement village?

The Team from Commission for Financial Capability

The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is running a free seminar in Henderson on Thursday, September 26, about the financial implications of moving into a retirement village, with support from the Retirement Villages Association and experienced legal practitioners.

Speakers from the CFFC, … View more
The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is running a free seminar in Henderson on Thursday, September 26, about the financial implications of moving into a retirement village, with support from the Retirement Villages Association and experienced legal practitioners.

Speakers from the CFFC, Retirement Village Association and the legal profession (if available), will discuss types of retirement villages, the costs of moving into and living in them, and how they operate. The seminar will also explain some important residents' rights and where you can find out more information.

The seminar is 90 minutes long and will include question and answer time.

Tea, coffee and light refreshments are provided.

Places are limited and while attendance is free, please register to reserve a seat.

Register by clicking the link below:

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