Milford, Auckland

1 day ago

Might be helpful

Edjeorgton from Glenfield

It might be helpful,

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5 days ago

Free Help

Edjeorgton from Glenfield

Just posting again as I don't know if I did it the right way at the first time.

Kia Ora Neighbours,

I would like to offer a FREE help/assessment/consultation/chat for those who can’t figure out how to implement an “work from home” situation/enviroument.

If you are an IT person you … View more
Just posting again as I don't know if I did it the right way at the first time.

Kia Ora Neighbours,

I would like to offer a FREE help/assessment/consultation/chat for those who can’t figure out how to implement an “work from home” situation/enviroument.

If you are an IT person you probably know what to do and how to do or if the company you work for already have a solution you are ok.

But if you are not a "tech person" and you have no clue what to do and/or how to even start, then ask for help, it will be a pleasure.

There are many options/solutions available for a home office and one of them would suit your needs.

As an ICT consultant I’m more than happy to help you to find one. On a quick chat we can cover the following optios if not all of them:

- Local Network (cable)
- Wireless Enviroument and Coverage
- Internet (itself)
- Telephony (land line or VoIP)
- Cloud, why and when?
- Security
- Hardwares ( Printers, Routers, Switches)
- Etc etc etc

Feel free to pm me, Get in touch, let’s get through it together.

Keep safe!

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1 day ago

Meet Fonzie, the Cockatoo who spent 20 hours upside-down

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, He's famous on Instagram, but Fonzie the Cockatoo has a new claim to fame, after getting such a fright he landed on a powerline, giving his owner a 20-hour ordeal while he hung upside down. Read the happy ending :

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2 days ago

Hotmix Firewood for Sale

A1 Sure Services - Auckland Tree Removal & Tree Care Specialists

A1 Sure Services Hotmix Firewood

Seasoned dry hotmix firewood available for sale.

We are an essential service and can deliver during Lockdown (Zero Contact Deliveries only)

Price: Hot Mix - $120 per cubic metre.

Our popular "HOT MIX" firewood is a combination of fast starting and … View more
A1 Sure Services Hotmix Firewood

Seasoned dry hotmix firewood available for sale.

We are an essential service and can deliver during Lockdown (Zero Contact Deliveries only)

Price: Hot Mix - $120 per cubic metre.

Our popular "HOT MIX" firewood is a combination of fast starting and slow burning woods. Wood varieties include Pine, Macrocarpa, Gum, and other types of arborist removed trees.

The wood is standard firewood split size, clean and ready to burn.

Free delivery on orders of 2 cube or more
(North Shore, Whangaparaoa Peninsula, Orewa and surrounding areas)

Free delivery on orders of 4 cube or more
(West, East, South, Central Auckland)

Note, a delivery fee of $50 will be charged on orders that don’t qualify for the free delivery.

Delivery days are Monday to Friday only and we can deliver within 1-2 days of placing the order.

Please click through to our website to place your order.

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2 days ago

Need a Puncture Repaired?

Beaurepaires Takapuna

Hey Neighbours!

Need a puncture repaired? We've heard a few people have been getting punctures while out doing their essential errands or heading to work.

But don't worry we can help! You can book online or call our team on 0800 30 50 60.

Plus we have contactless servicing to ensure … View more
Hey Neighbours!

Need a puncture repaired? We've heard a few people have been getting punctures while out doing their essential errands or heading to work.

But don't worry we can help! You can book online or call our team on 0800 30 50 60.

Plus we have contactless servicing to ensure your safety - so you’ll have peace of mind when attending your appointment.

To book a puncture repair click here: bit.ly...

To find out more about contactless servicing and which stores are open, click the READ MORE button below.

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2 days ago

How your household is part of Covid-19s economic hit

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Everyone is being hit by the Level 4 lockdown, necessary to curb the spread of Coronvirus. For a simple look at how the economy is affected, I looked into our bubble's wallets. How is your household affected? Read the story below :

3 days ago

Meet our new (furry) friends - Pet Direct!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We are so happy to be welcoming an incredible new partner to Neighbourly - joining our long-term friends AMI, Resene and Ryman Healthcare.

Pet Direct are the new kids on the pet block and know the industry inside-out; they have over 350 dog years of animal experience within their team. Most … View more
We are so happy to be welcoming an incredible new partner to Neighbourly - joining our long-term friends AMI, Resene and Ryman Healthcare.

Pet Direct are the new kids on the pet block and know the industry inside-out; they have over 350 dog years of animal experience within their team. Most importantly right now, they're still delivering all your essential items during the Covid-19 lockdown.

The Pet Direct team do things differently; firstly they ALL have pets of their own. They also personally hand-pick every product they stock; they have over 5,000 items that have been tried and tested (but mostly eaten). They ship daily, from their Auckland-based warehouse, straight to your doorstep (with free delivery over $29), and offer a best price guarantee.

Neighbours - our pets remain a constant source of love and comfort during unsettling times. So show them (and the team at Pet Direct) how special they are. To say thanks for the support (and for being a good neighbour during this tough time), they're offering you 10% off their already awesome prices. Just use the code NEIGHBOURLY10 at checkout.
Start shopping now

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3 days ago

Northern Pathway: Westhaven to Akoranga

NZ Transport Agency

Have your say: 30 March to 12 April

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency want your feedback on several aspects of the dedicated walking and cycling link between central Auckland and the North Shore.

In response to Covid-19, it’s no longer appropriate to have face to face events. Instead, we … View more
Have your say: 30 March to 12 April

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency want your feedback on several aspects of the dedicated walking and cycling link between central Auckland and the North Shore.

In response to Covid-19, it’s no longer appropriate to have face to face events. Instead, we encourage you to go online for more information and to provide us with your feedback. We are continuing to progress this project as infrastructure will play a critical role in the economic recovery of New Zealand.

Visit: www.nzta.govt.nz/Northern-Pathway to read more about the updated design and complete the online survey.
Find out more

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8 days ago

Our sweet pea seeds send out, April issue and Get Growing

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours and NZ Gardener family,

Our April issue should be with our subscribers now and available in supermarkets and service stations (having been distributed prior to the lockdown restrictions). Whether or not it's on the stands yet is a bit patchy ... but then the incredibly brave… View more
Dear neighbours and NZ Gardener family,

Our April issue should be with our subscribers now and available in supermarkets and service stations (having been distributed prior to the lockdown restrictions). Whether or not it's on the stands yet is a bit patchy ... but then the incredibly brave and hard-working supermarket staff have quite a bit on their plate right now so I understand if there is a delay! Please, please, please everyone ... don't go out to buy it! Normally of course we love you buying NZ Gardener but right now it's far more important that you stay home and stay safe. (You can buy a copy with your online shopping though! That's safe and I think we are all in the market for something uplifting to read right now).

In this issue we offered to send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who sent us a SSAE. Just to reassure you, we will still send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who is keen to participate. We are just not quite sure when! Ignore the dates in the magazine of when you needed to send the envelope in by - that has been indefinitely extended. But we cannot wait to send you the seed and for those flowers to bloom as by then we will be well through this or even have it behind us. And keep letting us know what you are sowing and growing, send in pictures of your harvest, your flowers or what you are sharing.

We always love hearing from NZ Gardener readers but now when we are all staying apart that connection means more than you can imagine. Stay home, stay safe and stay in touch everyone. For the most updated gardening advice, subscribe to our digital e-zine Get Growing, which will be delivered to your inbox completely free.

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5 days ago

Limes and Kaffir Lime leaves

Gemma from Glenfield

Hi everyone. Wondering if you have any of the above I wanted to make a thai green curry and these are the only ingredients I need. Just need 1 lime and few leaves. Of course willing to pay and pick up with no contact. Im in Glenfield

4 days ago

IMPORTANT - WHEN OUT WALKING/EXERCISING:

John Gillon from John Gillon - Kaipatiki Local Board

Hi everyone. There is a lot of confusion over where people can walk and exercise while we're at Alert Level 4, especially as the rules and advice are a little vague and seem to change daily. Some people wrongly think that it is OK to walk to their neighbours for a drink; others wrongly think … View moreHi everyone. There is a lot of confusion over where people can walk and exercise while we're at Alert Level 4, especially as the rules and advice are a little vague and seem to change daily. Some people wrongly think that it is OK to walk to their neighbours for a drink; others wrongly think that it is OK to practice basketball, tennis or soccer at the park...
So I've spoken to senior police about how the rules are being enforced on the North Shore, and reviewed the latest info on the NZ COVID-19 website.

Here are some guidelines to staying as safe as possible and out of trouble (updated 5 April):
* Stay in your local, immediate area. Try to stay within your suburb.
* Wear shoes at all times.
* DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING! When on your walk or at a park, don't touch letterboxes, bus shelters, playground equipment, exercise equipment, picnic tables, seats, signs, bollards, drinking fountains, little libraries, community pantries, dogs, cats, etc. Don't let your children pick up sticks, stones, etc. COVID-19 lives on surfaces and can be transmitted by touch.
* WALKING: You can walk, scooter or cycle to a local park, beach or bushwalk for walking/exercise only (NOT socialising, sunbathing, playing, frisbee, soccer, etc). Stay 2m from everyone at all times. Avoid parts of the park where you could get injured or lost.
* DRIVING: You may drive to a LOCAL park to walk/exercise, but keep as local as possible (within your suburb). No, you can't drive to Takapuna Beach!
* CYCLING: You may cycle further, but still keep as local as possible and stay 2m from everyone at all times. Remember that the purpose is for exercise, so avoid areas where you could get injured or lost.
* SPORTS: Keep out of all skateparks, basketball courts, netball courts, tennis courts, etc, as they are closed for your safety. No soccer, rugby, cricket, etc. Please read this advice from Sport NZ: www.sportnz.org.nz...
* DOGS: Dogs must be on leads everywhere and at all times, even in off-leash areas and dog exercise areas. Keep 2m from other dog owners. Don't touch any dogs. Please read this advice from Auckland Council: ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz...
* SCHOOLS: Do not go into schools for any reason. All school grounds have been closed by the Ministry of Education.
* AQUATICS: No swimming, boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, surfing, etc. Message from the Harbour Master: "Basically, unless it is essential to be on the water, you shouldn’t be out there. If someone is in a kayak or dinghy etc and needed help they are tying up resources or putting those who come to help at risk. Same with surfing and stand up paddle boarding." Please read this article: www.nzherald.co.nz...
* Wash your hands with soap when you get home.

For the latest official advice, see: covid19.govt.nz...

NOTE: There is now an increased police presence 24/7 across the North Shore to help deal with COVID-19 matters and complaints. If you have any concerns about a gathering of people, you can contact Police via the website: 105.police.govt.nz

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4 days ago

Onepoto Domain Pond Path Approved

John Gillon from John Gillon - Kaipatiki Local Board

Here's a little bit of positive news: Before the lockdown, the Kaipatiki Local Board approved the concept plan for a new path in Onepoto Domain, away from the pond edge (see attached plan). The current path is often unusable due to flooding.
There will be a new connection to the picnic area … View more
Here's a little bit of positive news: Before the lockdown, the Kaipatiki Local Board approved the concept plan for a new path in Onepoto Domain, away from the pond edge (see attached plan). The current path is often unusable due to flooding.
There will be a new connection to the picnic area and existing path/pond wall. The northern-most portion of the existing path will be replaced with plantings as this is the most flooded part.
The project is now going into the detailed design and consenting phases, before physical works begin (date to be confirmed).

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4 days ago

Broadcast kindness messages on TV with AM!

AMI Insurance

Right now, kindness is more important than ever. So we’re handing over our TV and social media ads to help send messages of kindness and thanks around New Zealand. Broadcast your message of kindness at KindCast.co.nz Find out more

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4 days ago

We've made a new place for you to visit us: Auckland Museum at Home

The Team from Auckland Museum

While our doors are closed, you can still experience some of your favourite parts of Tāmaki Paenga Hira with us here online.

We've pulled together amazing stories, activities, videos and puzzles from our channels and archives into one Museum at Home hub, so you and your family can enjoy … View more
While our doors are closed, you can still experience some of your favourite parts of Tāmaki Paenga Hira with us here online.

We've pulled together amazing stories, activities, videos and puzzles from our channels and archives into one Museum at Home hub, so you and your family can enjoy the Museum experience outside of our four walls.

Watch how volcanoes are made, make an exotic bird case come alive in a puzzle, read about when The Fiji Times was printed on Masi (bark-cloth) or see some never-before-seen photos of Sir Edmund Hillary and his expeditions.

We have included activities for kids, and for the young at heart, as well as long reads and videos for those who want to deep dive into life at the Museum. We'll be adding new things for you to read, watch and interact with regularly, so make sure to check back in.
Learn more

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4 days ago

Use official news sources

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The effect of misinformation, myths and gossip can be stopped in its tracks if we all use official news sources. Myths can often be difficult to spot, so we encourage you to only use official news sources at this time https://covid19.govt.nz/.

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