Mount Albert, Auckland

3 hours ago

A Wundrous Morning with Jessica Townsend

Hachette New Zealand

Join Jessica Townsend, author of the exciting new novel Nevermoor: The trials of Morrigan Crow, for a Wundrous Morning of fun, laughter and lots of wunder. Jessica will be at The Dorothy Butler Children’s Bookshop (corner of Jervois Road and St Mary’s Bay Road) from …View moreJoin Jessica Townsend, author of the exciting new novel Nevermoor: The trials of Morrigan Crow, for a Wundrous Morning of fun, laughter and lots of wunder. Jessica will be at The Dorothy Butler Children’s Bookshop (corner of Jervois Road and St Mary’s Bay Road) from 11am on Saturday 28th October. Nevermoor is perfect for children aged 8-12 and signed copies of the book will be available for purchase. Learn more

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1 day ago

Should two scheduled magnolia trees get the chop?

James Pasley Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, yesterday we published a story about two protected 75-year-old magnolia trees that Cornwall Park Trust Board may chop down if it gets council consent. This is to enable them to open up the view of the Sir John Logan Campbell monument from Manukau Rd. A native garden of coprosma,…View moreKia ora neighbours, yesterday we published a story about two protected 75-year-old magnolia trees that Cornwall Park Trust Board may chop down if it gets council consent. This is to enable them to open up the view of the Sir John Logan Campbell monument from Manukau Rd. A native garden of coprosma, fuchsia, hebes, lobelia and native geraniums will be planted along the edge instead.

Do you know the trees? Do you think they should be chopped down? Why or why?

Here's the story www.stuff.co.nz....

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1 day ago

Plants wanted

Maxine from Point Chevalier

Hi neighbours, clearing up the garden over the weekend? am after spare or unwanted plants or rocks/stones in particular the ones in the photo. Any are greatly appreciated, can collect. Thanks

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1 day ago

Queen Size base and mattress

Cherylayn from Mount Albert

Hi there
Have purchased new bed, so not needing this one.The lining on the base is coming away and both are in fair condition. They are both a few years old now. You are welcome to take away from Mt Eden, as is, where is.

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1 day ago

Fridges for sale

Blair from Mount Roskill

Two fridges for sale $50 each
Ones a fridge freezer
The other is fridge only
Pick up please
Contact me 021912224
Blair

13 hours ago

Heading away this Labour Weekend? Keep your home secure with these tips!

AMI Newmarket

It’s been a long time coming, but the long weekend is finally nearly here! If you’re thinking of going away this weekend, here are some tips on how you can help keep your home safe while you’re off enjoying the (hopefully) sunny weather. See our tips

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13 hours ago

Dead rats thrown in front of our house

Kavitha Neighbourly Lead from Mount Albert

Feeling very sad after seen two of them in our small garden, we are living close to New north road and not sure who has done this and that too in the noon time 😌

13 hours ago

Egg attacks

Rosemary from Avondale

Has anyone in the area of Victor street had eggs thrown at their house in the past few weeks?

14 hours ago

Should parks and playgrounds become spray free?

Adam Jacobson Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours;
Residents can now ask their local boards to stop using the weed killing-chemical glyphosate in parks and playgrounds.

Would you like to see the parks and playgrounds around your area become spray free? Will you be approaching your local board and asking it to stop spraying …View more
Kia ora neighbours;
Residents can now ask their local boards to stop using the weed killing-chemical glyphosate in parks and playgrounds.

Would you like to see the parks and playgrounds around your area become spray free? Will you be approaching your local board and asking it to stop spraying glyphosate?

- Please add NP to your comment if you do not wish it to be used for print.

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14 hours ago

Rubbish collections after long weekend.

Communications Team from Auckland Council

Great news, Auckland, the long wait is over – finally another public holiday is here!

But remember, because of Labour Weekend, your rubbish and/or recycling collections will be one day later from Monday 23 October. Normal collections resume Monday 30 October.

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14 hours ago

What's On: ADULT BEGINNERS ART CLASSES

Yolande from Mount Albert

Please correct my previous submission to say.....WED and SATURDAY mornings. (not Mond) thanks
ADULT BEGINNERS ART CLASSES
  • YMCA Mt Albert
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