Onehunga, Auckland

17 days ago

We have our WINNERS! - Mother's Day Giveaway

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Kia Ora Neighbours,

Thank you so much for all your entries in our Mother's Day competition, it was awesome to see how you would be treating your mum on that special day or how you'd say thanks once we head to Alert Level 2 as a country this Thursday.

With that being said, we want … View more
Kia Ora Neighbours,

Thank you so much for all your entries in our Mother's Day competition, it was awesome to see how you would be treating your mum on that special day or how you'd say thanks once we head to Alert Level 2 as a country this Thursday.

With that being said, we want to say a massive congrats to Jessica from Woolston, Jesintha from Halswell, Natalie from Botany Downs, Angela from Rangiora and Maree from Titahi Bay! You're the winners of the SOS business vouchers worth $100! Check your email to see how you can claim your prize.

Thank you to everyone else who entered, we hope all the mums around the country had a fantastic Mother's Day!

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17 days ago

Celebrating International Nurses Day.

Oceania Healthcare

To celebrate International Nurses Day, we've launched 'In Their Shoes' – a celebration of our dedicated and clinically skilled nurses who work at the forefront of New Zealand's aged care sector.

To mark the day, each of our Oceania frontline nurses will be gifted a bespoke… View more
To celebrate International Nurses Day, we've launched 'In Their Shoes' – a celebration of our dedicated and clinically skilled nurses who work at the forefront of New Zealand's aged care sector.

To mark the day, each of our Oceania frontline nurses will be gifted a bespoke pair of Allbirds, as a token of our respect for every step they take for New Zealand.
Learn more

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18 days ago

Public Transport, what to expect

Cathy McIntosh from Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board

As we move to Alert Level 2, more and more of us will be using public transport things will still look a little different on our buses and trains. Linked below is a great article which helps explain what to expect and how to stay safe from Thursday on wards.
Stay safe.

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18 days ago

SPCA'S JUMP TO THE RESCUE IS BACK!

The Team from SPCA - Auckland Centre

Looking to break free after being in lockdown?

Jump to the Rescue is our exciting fundraising event, perfect for adrenaline junkies looking to help a good cause!

Join team SPCA, you won’t regret it:
- Simply sign up at www.spca.nz...
- Share your fundraising page and ask family and friends to … View more
Looking to break free after being in lockdown?

Jump to the Rescue is our exciting fundraising event, perfect for adrenaline junkies looking to help a good cause!

Join team SPCA, you won’t regret it:
- Simply sign up at www.spca.nz...
- Share your fundraising page and ask family and friends to sponsor you
- Raise $775 and you will skydive for free!

Register now for early bird sign up and take to the skies this August: www.spca.nz...

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18 days ago

Can't get to the newsstands for your favourite gardening mag?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

If you're having trouble getting your hands on your favourite gardening mag, don't forget you can now order our current May issue online. The price of $9.70 includes shipping.

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18 days ago
22 days ago

Auckland Uni students to have grades scaled up because of Covid-19

The Team Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hey!
On Thursday, the University of Auckland announced students will have their grades scaled up because of the disruptions of coronavirus.
So a grade of B- will go up to a B or B to a B+.
The student association AUSA had been working with the university to come to an agreement and are … View more
Hey!
On Thursday, the University of Auckland announced students will have their grades scaled up because of the disruptions of coronavirus.
So a grade of B- will go up to a B or B to a B+.
The student association AUSA had been working with the university to come to an agreement and are "stoked" with the outcome. Are you a student or have a student at home? What do you think about this?

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18 days ago

Charity shop needs your second-hand goods

Habitat for Humanity

To ensure ongoing support for families in housing need in the lead up to winter, Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores are urgently seeking donations of quality second-hand goods.

Please consider donating your pre-loved household items to your local ReStore where all proceeds from their sale go … View more
To ensure ongoing support for families in housing need in the lead up to winter, Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores are urgently seeking donations of quality second-hand goods.

Please consider donating your pre-loved household items to your local ReStore where all proceeds from their sale go towards supporting low income Kiwi families in housing need.

We have locations in: North Shore, Henderson, Panmure, Ormiston, and Pukekohe.

Visit our website for more information.
Find out more

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19 days ago

Central Auckland woman helping fight coronavirus pandemic with 3D-printing

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, Sandringham resident Annabelle Collins turned her hobby of 3-D-printing Dungeons N Dragons pieces into a business while recovering from a brain injury. Now she's using those skills in the fight against coronavirus by printing PPE for hundreds of medical professionals in the UK … View moreHi neighbours, Sandringham resident Annabelle Collins turned her hobby of 3-D-printing Dungeons N Dragons pieces into a business while recovering from a brain injury. Now she's using those skills in the fight against coronavirus by printing PPE for hundreds of medical professionals in the UK and NZ.

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25 days ago

Three Kings

Ken from Three Kings

Don't be tempted to order online from Bunnings - on the 8th day after ordering I got an email to book a time to collect. I arrived on time - waited 20 minutes for someone to speak to me (in car) then waited a further 25 minutes for my order to be delivered to the car. Appears to be the most … View moreDon't be tempted to order online from Bunnings - on the 8th day after ordering I got an email to book a time to collect. I arrived on time - waited 20 minutes for someone to speak to me (in car) then waited a further 25 minutes for my order to be delivered to the car. Appears to be the most disorganised system I have ever seem.

19 days ago

Celia Hay's - NZ Wine Guide (2nd Edition)

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

A little knowledge on New Zealand wine can go a long way in helping people understand their palate better. Our students studying hospitality management and cookery are looking forward to discovering more about wine from Celia Hay’s New Zealand Wine Guide.

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