Mount Roskill, Auckland

20 minutes ago

"Therapy" - it's hilarious! Opens June 29

Evie from Sandringham

Hi all - Our comedy improv show "Therapy" opens for the Covert Theatre's "Winter Season of Improv" Friday June 29. It's 2 shows only with our all-female cast, in Auckland's Tiniest Theatre. Come grab a yummy winter dinner at Westmere's Garnet Station then …View moreHi all - Our comedy improv show "Therapy" opens for the Covert Theatre's "Winter Season of Improv" Friday June 29. It's 2 shows only with our all-female cast, in Auckland's Tiniest Theatre. Come grab a yummy winter dinner at Westmere's Garnet Station then wander out the back and catch the show. Let's get those trouble's off your chest with a good laugh! Get your tickets at eventfinda: tinyurl.com... or call 0800 BUY TIX (289 849)

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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 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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2 hours ago

Marcellin Thanks Rotary

Marcellin College

Marcellin College thanks Epsom Rotary for sponsoring our students to attend the MUNA (Mock United Nations).
Elana Fatu and Redhrian Hicban presented to the Epsom Rotary club last night what they had learnt from the experience.

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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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14 hours ago

belly dance

Irina from Mount Eden

Welcome to Belly Dance class!
Belly dance is fun, exciting, sensual and suitable for all body types and fitness levels.
Join us on Wednesday at 7:30 pm!

773 New North Road Mt Albert Auckland

YMCA at Mt Albert Community & Leisure Centre

FIRST CLASS IS FREE!

1 day ago

Garden clean up

Paluck from Hillsborough

Hi

I need to tidy up my garden.
Can anyone suggest someone reasonable?

Thanks

5 days ago

Should dogs be on a leash at beaches and parks?

Mandy Te Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours! After a series of dog attacks, areas like parks and beaches where they can be leash-free are under the spotlight. Auckland Council will review this later in the year. Some owners think this is unfair. What are your thoughts? Do you support having tighter rules?

Add NP to your …View more
Hi neighbours! After a series of dog attacks, areas like parks and beaches where they can be leash-free are under the spotlight. Auckland Council will review this later in the year. Some owners think this is unfair. What are your thoughts? Do you support having tighter rules?

Add NP to your comment if you don't want it published.

stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/western-leader/104645800/auckland-council-to-review-dog-rules-including-offleash-park-access
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1 day ago

Babysitter available

Natalie from Hillsborough

Hello! My name is Natalie and I am an 18 year old Otago University student studying health science first year. I have had previous experience of looking after children aged from 7 weeks to 7 years and am available to help out any families in need for babysitting/nannying! I am up in Auckland for 3 …View moreHello! My name is Natalie and I am an 18 year old Otago University student studying health science first year. I have had previous experience of looking after children aged from 7 weeks to 7 years and am available to help out any families in need for babysitting/nannying! I am up in Auckland for 3 weeks until the 6th of July so flick me a text (0212051905) if you are interested in needing my help! Thank you :)

1 day ago

New fines for fare evaders now in force

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Aucklanders who sneak onto public transport without paying now face a hefty fine if caught, as new rules come into force this week. Instant fines of $150 will be issued to passengers who don't carry tickets. If they contest it in the courts, that could rise to $500.

Changes to the Land …View more
Aucklanders who sneak onto public transport without paying now face a hefty fine if caught, as new rules come into force this week. Instant fines of $150 will be issued to passengers who don't carry tickets. If they contest it in the courts, that could rise to $500.

Changes to the Land Transport Act provides powers to transport officers on Auckland's public transport network, and regulations, which came into force yesterday, enable the issue of infringement notices.

Source: Newshub
Image: Stuff

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1 day ago

Community Catch Ups

The Team from Deborah Russell, MP for New Lynn

I am running a number of Community Catch Up sessions to meet with constituents of the New Lynn Electorate. These Monday morning appointments at the Electorate Office in Avondale are for 15 minutes each and provide an opportunity to discuss topics such as: Nominations to become a Justice of the …View moreI am running a number of Community Catch Up sessions to meet with constituents of the New Lynn Electorate. These Monday morning appointments at the Electorate Office in Avondale are for 15 minutes each and provide an opportunity to discuss topics such as: Nominations to become a Justice of the Peace, submissions to Parliament and/or issues of concern related to proposed government legislation or current government policy. To arrange a time, or for queries about meetings outside of these sessions, please email my office on newlynnmp@parliament.govt.nz or phone (09) 820 6245
If you need to check which Electorate you are in go to: www.elections.org.nz......

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1 day ago

LOCAL BUILDING COMPANY

Pat from KW CONSTRUCTION

Hi Neighbours, my name is Pat and I am the owner of KW Construction based in Hillsborough.

We are an experienced Licenced Building company who specialise in both new builds and all major extension and alteration work as well as those smaller renovation jobs.

We are professional, hard working …View more
Hi Neighbours, my name is Pat and I am the owner of KW Construction based in Hillsborough.

We are an experienced Licenced Building company who specialise in both new builds and all major extension and alteration work as well as those smaller renovation jobs.

We are professional, hard working and pride ourselves on finishing our work to a high standard and meeting deadlines.

If you need some building work done and are looking for someone honest and reliable, give us a call to discuss your next project.

Cheers
Pat
Ph- 021 180 4733
Email - info@kwconstruction.co.nz or pat@kwconstruction.co.nz

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