Mount Wellington, Auckland

5 minutes ago

Water proof nappy bag

Lee-Ann from Mount Wellington

Lou Harvey water proof nappy bag with 3 compartments inside, two on the outside and two on the side so plenty of storage. Need gone by the weekend

$30

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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36 minutes ago

New Members

Nicole Headington from T.S. Gambia

Training Ship Gambia is a Sea Cadet Corps Unit and provides 13-15 year olds training in leadership, self-discipline, teamwork and self-reliance through the medium of the sea.
We participate in many activities such as sailing, kayaking and power boating, bush craft, team building, drill, …View more
Training Ship Gambia is a Sea Cadet Corps Unit and provides 13-15 year olds training in leadership, self-discipline, teamwork and self-reliance through the medium of the sea.
We participate in many activities such as sailing, kayaking and power boating, bush craft, team building, drill, navigation, communications and water safety training.

WHERE: Training Ship Gambia HQ
(Next to the badminton Hall)
229 Princes Street East, Otahuhu, Auckland

WHEN: Parade Hours: 1845hrs – 2115hrs (6.45 pm – 9.15pm)
Thursday nights during the school terms.

PHONE: 09 276 4579 (Unit) or send us an email on ts.gambia@cadetforces.org.nz

facebook.com/TSGambia.NZ/
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

Onehunga Public Meeting

Denise Lee from Denise Lee MP

Good morning neighbours, a special thank you to everyone who joined us last night at our crime in Onehunga public meeting. Despite the dreary weather, we had a fantastic turnout with 8 new sign-ups for Onehunga Community Patrols!

The take home message that was stressed by all our speakers was …View more
Good morning neighbours, a special thank you to everyone who joined us last night at our crime in Onehunga public meeting. Despite the dreary weather, we had a fantastic turnout with 8 new sign-ups for Onehunga Community Patrols!

The take home message that was stressed by all our speakers was that crime is not just the responsibility of the police. The best way to prevent crime is for us as a community and police to work together. Be vigilant, look out for your neighbours, and know when to report any suspicious activity. At the end of the day we can only do it in partnership.

I'd like to extend my thanks to Inspector Joe Tipene, Community Constable Don Allan, and representatives from the Onehunga Business Association, Onehunga Community Patrols, Neighbourhood Support, and the Crime Prevention Group for all sharing.

We have one more upcoming meeting on crime in Mt Wellington next Monday 25th June at the Mt Wellington Community Church, 7pm. I hope to see you there!

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4 hours ago

Garage Sale - St Johns Park 24 June

Claudia from Saint Johns

Garage Sale this Sunday at 2/127 Norman Lesser Drive. Household goods, clothing, toys
8-11am

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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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1 day ago

Pulse Energy

Sumeet from Pakuranga

We had a guy from pulse energy on Saturday, he got me to sign up to switch from contact power company (my current provider) as he was giving us cheaper rates. I wanted to see if anyone else had signed up or know more about this company. I've never heard about this company before.
Thanks in …View more
We had a guy from pulse energy on Saturday, he got me to sign up to switch from contact power company (my current provider) as he was giving us cheaper rates. I wanted to see if anyone else had signed up or know more about this company. I've never heard about this company before.
Thanks in advance.

17 days ago

Orakei Basin Boardwalk Tragedy/PR help needed

Roy from Remuera

We urgently need a good, local PR expert to assist us with communicating & halting this heinous $4.9 million 1.4 metre galvanised metal ‘prison cell’ wall eyesore that is currently replacing our gorgeous wooden walkway & will seriously obstruct the unique natural views from it. Our …View moreWe urgently need a good, local PR expert to assist us with communicating & halting this heinous $4.9 million 1.4 metre galvanised metal ‘prison cell’ wall eyesore that is currently replacing our gorgeous wooden walkway & will seriously obstruct the unique natural views from it. Our group, The Orakei Basin Protection Group has alerted the local councillors & got them involved & wound up. We need more help. Please contact or call me (027 555 5557) if you can help. Many thanks. Roy

18 hours ago

Moving boxes

Cara from Mount Wellington

Does anyone have any moving boxes? T.i.a

18 hours ago

Moving boxes

Cara from Mount Wellington

Does anyone have any moving boxes? T.i.a

20 hours ago

Paint - any colours as bright as possible to paint a outside bath/tyres

Robyn from Mount Wellington

We are painting up some baths and tyres for my daughters residential house (The ladies all have intellectual disabilities) so are making them as colourful as possible as they will have plants and a sandpit. We need as much paint as possible but not dark dark colours will need to be colours so it …View moreWe are painting up some baths and tyres for my daughters residential house (The ladies all have intellectual disabilities) so are making them as colourful as possible as they will have plants and a sandpit. We need as much paint as possible but not dark dark colours will need to be colours so it makes a cheerful atmosphere

20 hours ago

Wanted - Spare old records or cds/dvds - for art project

Robyn from Mount Wellington

I would love as many records and cd/dvds as possible for an art project I am making for my daughters house. They dont need to work and can be scratched etc. Thanks so much in advance

5 days ago

Should dogs be on a leash at beaches and parks?

Mandy Te Reporter from East & Bays Courier

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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