Newmarket, Auckland

20 days ago

Mail stolen

Betty from Epsom

Hey guys, sounds i get back from Europe the 15 of January after of couples of weeks i have realised that i wasn't recieved any email so i decided to locked but i still don't have any emails how ever yesterday i have was expecting to get my Portuguese ID and i went to post office they say… View moreHey guys, sounds i get back from Europe the 15 of January after of couples of weeks i have realised that i wasn't recieved any email so i decided to locked but i still don't have any emails how ever yesterday i have was expecting to get my Portuguese ID and i went to post office they say it was delivered so they give me the 0800 number and they confirm the my email was delivered yestarday at 3 pm. My daughter normally gets the email when she arrive from school and it was nothing. How ever i have recieved a note from police. Please see photo attached.

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20 days ago

Bike stand / rack for 3 bikes

Emily from Eden Terrace

Bought this online but one of our bikes doesn't fit (tyres too wide) so on selling. Comes with screws for floor mounting option.

Pick up Eden Terrace

- Weight: 3.5kg
- Gap Space: 20cm
- Tyre Width: 5.2cm Maximum
- Capacity: 3 Bikes
- Material: Powder-coated Steel

Price: $35

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20 days ago

Mountain bike Trek Marlin 5 400 ono

Gonzalo from Mount Eden

I bought this bike on 25/11/2017 from Evo cycles quay st (I have the tax invoice)
Have been used for three months only
29 inch wheels
17.5 inch Body
Mechanical Brake disc
I'll give you the helmet, lock and light

Price: $400

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20 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Pants size 10 = $15
Pic 2: Jeans size 10 = $15
Pic 3: Shorts size 10 = $15
Pic 4: Men's underwear size L = $15

Negotiable

20 days ago

Beautiful Cat Supplies from IPet Store Newmarket

Monica from Ipet Store Newmarket

IPet Store Newmarket
We have so many beautiful cat supplies!
Cat hotel is special price now.
Only $15.00/day/one cat in the 1.8m cat hotel!
One cat in one cat hotel.

20 days ago

Poll: Book or Kindle?

NumberWorks'nWords Remuera

When you read what do you prefer to use?

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Book or Kindle?
  • 83.7% Book
    83.7% Complete
  • 16.3% Kindle
    16.3% Complete
1175 votes
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20 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Shirts size M = $30
Pic 2: Shirts size XL = $30
Pic 3: Vests size 12 = $20
Pic 4: Vests size 12 = $20

Negotiable

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20 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Scarves = $30
Pic 2: Scarves = $30
Pic 3: Women's belts length 95 cms = $20
Pic 4: Women's belts length 95 cms = $20

Negotiable

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20 days ago

Caps

Harry from Grafton

Assorted caps which the price is for the items in each photo.

Price: $25

20 days ago

TV & IT Experts

Abdol from TV Singal Solutions Ltd.

Any TV signal issues, Wi-Fi issues, PC, Printers, TVNZ Ondemand, Netflix, Alexa, Freeview....more(All in One). We are here to help.

21 days ago

Crucial MX500 500GB 2.5 inch SSD 7mm & 9.5mm adaptor, 560MB/s reading & 510MB/s

Milena from Remuera

Crucial MX500 500GB 2.5 inch SSD 7mm & 9.5mm adaptor, 560MB/s reading & 510MB/s Writing

New Unopened.

Text me if you are interested
thanks
Milena
0211315231

Price: $100

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24 days ago

Who will make Auckland better for you, if not the Design Office ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Auckland Council wants to save money by dismantling its "design office" which is leading the work to make the downtown and suburban centres, more people-friendly. Do you think this work should be put at risk to save some salaries ? Read the story below:

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21 days ago

Embracing the change on High Street - second phase of pilot project begins

The Team from Auckland Council

Covering the area from Vulcan Lane to Durham Street East, stage two sees a wider footpath installed on the west side of the street and designated loading zones on the east side of the street.

21 days ago

African swine fever destroying small pig farms, as factory farming booms – report

Andrea Neighbourly Lead from Eden Terrace

Small farmers across the globe are losing out in the aftermath of the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak that killed a quarter of the world’s pig population, argues a new report.
Nowhere is this more evident than China, where swine fever has hit the country’s nearly 40 million small-scale pig … View more
Small farmers across the globe are losing out in the aftermath of the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak that killed a quarter of the world’s pig population, argues a new report.
Nowhere is this more evident than China, where swine fever has hit the country’s nearly 40 million small-scale pig farmers hardest, says the report by non-profit organisation Grain.
China’s long tradition of small-scale pig farming seems to be coming to an end because of a lack of government support to compensate for culled or diseased pigs, to pay for veterinary costs or chemicals for limiting the spread of ASF, and other biosecurity measures in existing facilities, according to Grain.

“Unfortunately, small farmers are getting almost no support, from what we can see,” said Devlin Kuyek, lead author of the report.

After the first notification of the ASF outbreak in China in August 2018, the illness spread rapidly throughout the industry and led to the slaughter of millions of pigs within months.

Just a year later, however, the startling rise in pork prices meant that, despite their losses, many of the biggest industrial pig producers were achieving record profits.
Looks like a life sentence in prison for the pigs kept in these conditions...
Interested? Read more here...
www.msn.com...

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21 days ago

25 years of Food & Wine

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

Founder, Celia Hay has plenty to toast about after more than two decades in educating the next generation of Chefs & Hospitality professionals.

Read the full article on the link below

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