Mount Eden, Auckland

19 minutes ago

Mount Eden property fetches $1.5 million

Property Sale Alert from REB

A house at 133 Shackleton Road in Mount Eden has sold for $1.5 million.

The 116sqm home is smaller than most homes in Mount Eden.

The three-bedroom property has one bathroom and its capital valuation is $1.45 million, which is the same as the median CV in Mount Eden. This property sold on March … View more
A house at 133 Shackleton Road in Mount Eden has sold for $1.5 million.

The 116sqm home is smaller than most homes in Mount Eden.

The three-bedroom property has one bathroom and its capital valuation is $1.45 million, which is the same as the median CV in Mount Eden. This property sold on March 25, 2019.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

homes.co.nz/address/auckland/mount-eden/133-shackleton-road/4529Q

1 hour ago

Homestay Families Required for Epsom Girls Grammar School - Term 3 2019

Jo from Epsom Girls Grammar School

Epsom Girls Grammar School has International Students arriving to start in Term 3 of 2019, who require homestay accommodation. $295 per week is paid to cover full board and internet.

If you would enjoy hosting an international student and are able to provide a caring and supportive environment to… View more
Epsom Girls Grammar School has International Students arriving to start in Term 3 of 2019, who require homestay accommodation. $295 per week is paid to cover full board and internet.

If you would enjoy hosting an international student and are able to provide a caring and supportive environment to make her part of your family life, have a spare room, live within close distance to Epsom Girls Grammar School and speak English as your first language we would look forward to hearing from you.

For further information please call Jo Bostock or Florence Huang on 970 6757 or email accommodation@eggs.school.nz

5 hours ago

What do you think about pets being allowed on trains?

Mandy Te Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, pets will be able to ride on trains from as early as June. Auckland Transport has agreed with train operator Trans Dev, to a three month trial. Pets will only be allowed on during off-peak hours and would have to be contained. How do you feel about this? Do you support this decision?… View moreHi neighbours, pets will be able to ride on trains from as early as June. Auckland Transport has agreed with train operator Trans Dev, to a three month trial. Pets will only be allowed on during off-peak hours and would have to be contained. How do you feel about this? Do you support this decision?

Please add NP if you do not wish for your comment to be in print.

stuff.co.nz/auckland/112912293/pets-to-ride-on-auckland-trains-with-their-owners-from-as-early-as-june

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2 hours ago

Peppa Pig and friends

Amanda from Epsom

Peppa pig and friends, one toy house and farm animals. Can post at buyer's expenses (must have a tracking number). Pick up in Epsom.

Price: $25

3 hours ago

3+1+1 Recliner lounge suite

Prudhvi Krishna from Mount Roskill

Used recliner (only the single seaters are reclined) lounge suite for sale.
www.facebook.com...
Interested people contact me.
Krishna
0211424042

Price: $180

3 hours ago

Guest Wi-Fi Systems

Thomas from The WiFi Experts Ltd

Do you or someone you know run a business in the hospitality industry?

Have you considered implementing a guest Wi-Fi system? Get in touch today for a free quote!

0800-943-439
hello@thewifiexperts.co.nz
www.thewifiexperts.co.nz...

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4 hours ago

Get wiggy for Wig Wednesday!

The Team from Child Cancer Foundation National Support Office

Get wiggy with the Child Cancer Foundation this Wig Wednesday the 19th of June! Last year’s Wig Wednesday raised over $100 000 for the foundation which provides personalised support for hundreds of Kiwi kids and their families every year. This year, we hope to make Wig Wednesday even bigger and … View moreGet wiggy with the Child Cancer Foundation this Wig Wednesday the 19th of June! Last year’s Wig Wednesday raised over $100 000 for the foundation which provides personalised support for hundreds of Kiwi kids and their families every year. This year, we hope to make Wig Wednesday even bigger and better so that we can continue to provide this essential support. All you need to do is register your school, business or community group, wear a wig (borrowed, made or bought) and make a donation on the 19th. To register, simply go to wigwednesday.childcancer.org.nz

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5 hours ago

Meditation, Astral projection, CE-5?

Thomas from Hillsborough

Hi Neighbors. I'm looking for like minded people whom are into Meditation, Astral projection and
CE-5. We have a group apparently in NZ a CE-5 group tho I've message them over and over and no response so I would like to meet others that are into this. I do Meditation and most nights I … View more
Hi Neighbors. I'm looking for like minded people whom are into Meditation, Astral projection and
CE-5. We have a group apparently in NZ a CE-5 group tho I've message them over and over and no response so I would like to meet others that are into this. I do Meditation and most nights I Astral project but I'm looking for guidance off anyone or maybe help me form a group or some support. If anyone is out there that is interested please get in contact. Thank you and lots of light.

1 day ago

Girl 'indecently touched' by stranger on walk to school in Royal Oak

Elesha Gordon Reporter from Central Leader

Police are investigating and schools are on alert after a girl was allegedly "indecently touched" by a stranger while walking to school.

Auckland schools, Onehunga Primary School and Oranga Primary School, were told by Royal Oak Primary School's principal Linley Myers, the girl … View more
Police are investigating and schools are on alert after a girl was allegedly "indecently touched" by a stranger while walking to school.

Auckland schools, Onehunga Primary School and Oranga Primary School, were told by Royal Oak Primary School's principal Linley Myers, the girl was allegedly assaulted on Monday morning.

Viki Holley, Onehunga Primary School principal, told parents "a student of one of our neighbouring schools was indecently touched by a stranger" on Trafalgar St, heading into Manukau Rd. Holley said the school advised families to speak to their children about staying safe on the way to and from school. Read more here.

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4 days ago

Community Garden from your home

Yash Neighbourly Lead from Three Kings

I have thought of what seems like a great idea to me. With rising costs of fuel etc, i thought that if we are able to grow somethings ourselves and barter / share with our neighbours, we might be able to bring down our grocery bills.
So on our shared driveway, ive planted perpetual spinach, peas, … View more
I have thought of what seems like a great idea to me. With rising costs of fuel etc, i thought that if we are able to grow somethings ourselves and barter / share with our neighbours, we might be able to bring down our grocery bills.
So on our shared driveway, ive planted perpetual spinach, peas, oregano , italian parsley and chilean guava, and mint.All neighbours are welcome to pick and pluck whatever they want. That way instead of useless pittosporum or some other nonsensical hedge , we have a living hedge of fresh produce.
I Also regulary have stock of bay, rosemary , kaffir lime , curry leaf , thyme, (many varieties), oregano, marjoram, mint , vietnamese mint , which im happy to barter/ share with our community.
Our neighbours in the front like the idea and have offered me their beets and ive passed on some chilli plants and chillies to them( they ate the whole one once and instantly regretted it), but thats a fun story to tell after a few beers!!

12 hours ago

Get your curtains cleaned up this winter

Kerry Taylor from Textile Cleaning Services Ltd

Do your curtains need a refresh this winter? Winter may not seem like the best time to clean your curtains and blinds. However, it is the time when you most need them to be clean and mildew free.

Drawing them closed to keep you cosy can send mildew and mould spores into the atmosphere to be … View more
Do your curtains need a refresh this winter? Winter may not seem like the best time to clean your curtains and blinds. However, it is the time when you most need them to be clean and mildew free.

Drawing them closed to keep you cosy can send mildew and mould spores into the atmosphere to be breathed in by you and your family. Textile Curtain Cleaning performs expert mildew removal from your curtains.

Textile Curtain Cleaning has you completely covered. Our experienced curtain and drape cleaning team know exactly how to remove ugly stains, blemishes and marks from your window furnishings.

We are located in Wairau Park, Glenfield. We have been cleaning curtains for Aucklanders for over 20 years so come and see us at 5A Kaimahi Road, Wairau Park or visit our website.

For the best fabric curtain and blind cleaning in Auckland, please contact us to obtain your free quote.

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1 day ago

Poll: Is homelessness an issue in your area?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

K Rd Chronicles, an eight part video series. focuses on homelessness in New Zealand's biggest city.

There’s plenty of desperation in the stories shared but there’s also, above all, a sense of tolerance and humanity. The series is hosted by a transgender journalist called Six, who was … View more
K Rd Chronicles, an eight part video series. focuses on homelessness in New Zealand's biggest city.

There’s plenty of desperation in the stories shared but there’s also, above all, a sense of tolerance and humanity. The series is hosted by a transgender journalist called Six, who was homeless for six years. We take to the streets of inner city Auckland and meet the people from Six’s world.

To read more click here

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Is homelessness an issue in your area?
  • 19.8% I don’t notice it.
    19.8% Complete
  • 60.4% Yes, we need to do something about it.
    60.4% Complete
  • 19.8% Never had a problem.
    19.8% Complete
333 votes
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