Henderson, Auckland

7 minutes ago

Flatmate wanted 1 Double bedroom Glen Eden

Tina from Titirangi

Looking for a flatmate for cute cottage with one other female flatmate.
Fully furnished bedroom with double bed.
Clean and tidy house fully furnished.
1 off street park. 5 minute walk to the shops, bus stop and train station.
Friendly flatmate. $180.00 per week plus expenses.

11 minutes ago

Japanese quails for sale $10 each males

Joan from Sunnyvale

I have 9 male Japanese quails about 6 months old I bred them myself and they have just come into maturity and are perfect to breed , they are big fat and healthy beautiful birds .Phone 0274152165 Cheers Joan

$10

12 minutes ago

Register today for a FREE Seniors Session on Wills

The Team from Age Concern Auckland

Register today for a FREE Information Session for Seniors

Come along and have your questions answered.
- How to make a Will
- Do you have a current will?
- What should it contain?
- Is it legally binding?

​Time: Tuesday 3 July 2018 10am – 12 noon
Venue: Te Atatu South Community …View more
Register today for a FREE Information Session for Seniors

Come along and have your questions answered.
- How to make a Will
- Do you have a current will?
- What should it contain?
- Is it legally binding?

​Time: Tuesday 3 July 2018 10am – 12 noon
Venue: Te Atatu South Community Centre, 247 Edmonton Road, Te Atatu South
Places are limited, register your interest today.

For more information on this session and other presentations coming up, please phone 820-0184.

ageconcernauckland.org.nz/event-registration-form
21 hours ago

Drop off blankets and winter warmth!

The Team from St John New Zealand

St John is a drop of point this winter for Give a Kid a Blanket.

This amazing team collects blankets and other winter warmth to distribute to children and their families in Auckland.

If you’ve got any new or good quality preloved blankets, duvets, sleeping bags and sheets and bedding or …View more
St John is a drop of point this winter for Give a Kid a Blanket.

This amazing team collects blankets and other winter warmth to distribute to children and their families in Auckland.

If you’ve got any new or good quality preloved blankets, duvets, sleeping bags and sheets and bedding or any new children’s pyjamas, thermals, socks, woollen hats, pillows or hot water bottles please drop them off at 2 Harrison Road between 8.30am and 3.30pm weekdays.

Collection runs to 22 July. If you’re wondering what they need most, it’s single and queen duvets and covers. Thanks in advance for your kindness.

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1 hour ago

Bench top oven & Grill

Teresa from Ranui

This product is in brand new condition and has never been used.
You can contact me on 0223525452

$50

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1 day ago

Will you be striking for better pay in Auckland?

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Will you be taking to the streets in your community to strike for better pay? The nurses union has "strongly rejected" a DHB pay and conditions offer and is seeking urgent mediation. That means strikes scheduled for July could still go ahead.

Do you support the …View more
Hi neighbours,

Will you be taking to the streets in your community to strike for better pay? The nurses union has "strongly rejected" a DHB pay and conditions offer and is seeking urgent mediation. That means strikes scheduled for July could still go ahead.

Do you support the nurses' stance? What do you think of the latest pay offer? Let us know in the replies. Click here to read more. (If commenting, please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not want your images/comments used on Stuff).

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1 day ago

Any kittens out there?

Monique from Henderson

I'm looking for a kitten male or female 02108842922

3 days ago

Hooded Towels

Jackie from Waitakere

Can anyone make these, looking for one for a 12 yr old girl

5 hours ago

Disposing of moth plant pods

Communications Team from Auckland Council

Moth plants are categorised as Surveillance pest plants which are pest plants banned from sale, distribution and display but not subject to mandatory removal.

ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/news/2018/6/disposing-of-moth-plant-pods/
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11 hours ago

Celebrate cultural diversity and give back to society

Future Way

The 2018 Dragon Boat Festival Cultural Experience Day has made a remarkable achievement in the local community last week on 17th June 2018. Co-organized by New Zealand Culture and Arts Foundation, Synergy Community Trust, New Zealand Cultural and Arts Exchange Centre and Auckland Sunrise Education …View moreThe 2018 Dragon Boat Festival Cultural Experience Day has made a remarkable achievement in the local community last week on 17th June 2018. Co-organized by New Zealand Culture and Arts Foundation, Synergy Community Trust, New Zealand Cultural and Arts Exchange Centre and Auckland Sunrise Education Centre, the 2018 Dragon Boat Festival Cultural Experience Day has drew great attention. The event has attracted over 500 local residents with diversified ethnicities such as Chinese, Indian, Samoan, and Maori etc. Over 100 performers, over 20 organizations and supporters also gathered celebrated the festival together.

This event has a great integration of culturally diversified experience sessions including Chinese Zongzi making, Maori traditional food: hangi tasting, Indian and Samoan songs learning, calligraphy, craft making and paper cutting arts etc. This is a tremendous success which not only increased people’s awareness of donating to charities and giving back to the local community, but built up a bridge for ethnic groups to exchange cultural experiences and to enhance cultural cohesion in New Zealand.
Learn more

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11 hours ago

French Country Collections Annual Warehouse Sale, Starts this Saturday!

French Country Collections Ltd

French Country Collections imports exquisite French & European-inspired furniture, homewares and décor.

Don’t miss our FAMOUS Annual Warehouse sale!

Runs from Saturday 23rd June to Sunday 1st July
Saturdays 9am - 4pm
Sunday-Friday 10am - 3pm

Get there early for bargains on …View more
French Country Collections imports exquisite French & European-inspired furniture, homewares and décor.

Don’t miss our FAMOUS Annual Warehouse sale!

Runs from Saturday 23rd June to Sunday 1st July
Saturdays 9am - 4pm
Sunday-Friday 10am - 3pm

Get there early for bargains on Furniture and Homewares; seconds, end-of-lines and returns - all priced to clear!
Find out more!

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13 hours ago

4 Piece Set - Cup & Saucer | Black & White

Gloria from Glen Eden

Not wanted.
PM if keen.

$10

9 days ago

Rubbish Bin Tag Rip Off

Joseph from Glen Eden

I just found out that 80 Litre bins that are put out for emptying are meant to have BLUE tags attached to them. The cost of these BLUE tags is $2.60. Whenever we've gone to purchase these tags the only ones available were ORANGE ones; these cost $3.60. It appears to be the same for just about …View moreI just found out that 80 Litre bins that are put out for emptying are meant to have BLUE tags attached to them. The cost of these BLUE tags is $2.60. Whenever we've gone to purchase these tags the only ones available were ORANGE ones; these cost $3.60. It appears to be the same for just about everyone else in the neighbourhood because I don't recall seeing ANY BLUE tags on ANY rubbish bins so the Auckland City Council appears to be making a nice little (or large) profit at the public's expense.

5 days ago

Do you want a referendum on The Trusts?

Hannah Ross Reporter from Western Leader

A group is getting set to launch a petition on whether a referendum on The Trusts should be held. Currently The Trusts have a monopoly over alcohol in West Auckland and the West Auckland Licensing Trust Action Group is feeling dissatisfied.
Please say NFP if you do not want your comment published.

stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/western-leader/104705965/petition-to-be-launched-against-the-trusts-in-west-auckland
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