Onehunga, Auckland

8 days ago

What if you don't have WhatsApp?

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

"We are now entering a time where families are separated into individual household bubbles and unable to communicate and interact the way they normally do. Our neighbours are the ones who can step up and help."

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8 days ago

URGENT WANTED 40inch plus TV

Eugene from Ellerslie

OK I admit I left it to the last minute.
Just realized I have much to do at home as of tomorrow BUT BUT-I also need another TV for my own use ...so we dont fight over one 32 inch TV.
So please if you have a cheap TV I will consider buying it today if all possible. Nothing expensive please...may a … View more
OK I admit I left it to the last minute.
Just realized I have much to do at home as of tomorrow BUT BUT-I also need another TV for my own use ...so we dont fight over one 32 inch TV.
So please if you have a cheap TV I will consider buying it today if all possible. Nothing expensive please...may a TV you dont need anymore. Please tex m 021965522
Thanks in advance.

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8 days ago

Covid 19 relief package

Pramen from Mangere

The Government and the Banking sector have shown sympathy towards the people of NZ with mortgage holiday etc. However let’s see if the utility sector will show some degree of sympathy such as the power company, water, and phone companies

8 days ago

Floral Design Workshops

Dale from Mangere East

Floral Design Workshops: The following Workshops are postponed but await you upon a brighter day. May all of you beloved People remain Blessed with happiness, good health and safety. March 25 - April 8 sessions, 10 AM- 12 PM, Dale Harvey's Quarter Acre Paradise Conservatory, 23 Vine Street, … View moreFloral Design Workshops: The following Workshops are postponed but await you upon a brighter day. May all of you beloved People remain Blessed with happiness, good health and safety. March 25 - April 8 sessions, 10 AM- 12 PM, Dale Harvey's Quarter Acre Paradise Conservatory, 23 Vine Street, Mangere East

9 days ago

Break the Chain of covid-19.

Ravi from Mangere

BREAK THE CHAIN. This is how the virus is spreading. Please look at this video to get some understanding of what to or not to do. This is a 'war' against the corona virus. We the people of Aoteroa are to unite and win this fight.

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9 days ago

Giving help safely

Paul from Ellerslie

Lots of people offering to help each other on here. That's awesome. Love to see the community banding together and keeping everyone safe.

Lots of incorrect information doing the rounds too, unfortunately.

With this in mind, I have written some simple sanitary behaviour protocols. They have … View more
Lots of people offering to help each other on here. That's awesome. Love to see the community banding together and keeping everyone safe.

Lots of incorrect information doing the rounds too, unfortunately.

With this in mind, I have written some simple sanitary behaviour protocols. They have been beneath the eyes of a senior paramedic, a nurse and an emergency physician - they're sound.

They were written for the volunteer group I'm in but the information is good for anybody. You can access them here:

drive.google.com...

Stay safe, everyone.

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9 days ago
13 days ago

Auckland Council to close pools, recreation centres and major venues to reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission

The Team from Auckland Council

Auckland's libraries, pools and recreational centres, as well as the Maritime Museum and Art Gallery, will close for two weeks from today in line with Government recommendations to constrain the spread of COVID-19.

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9 days ago

Be Safe and Stay Healthy

Dovetail Restorations Ltd

Yesterday was definitely one of the wildest days I think anyone of us has experienced. We worked until 10:00 pm last night to have as much items ready and delivered, and we will do so until level 4 is put into place. We recognise how important it is now for you to have your dining set or bed frame … View moreYesterday was definitely one of the wildest days I think anyone of us has experienced. We worked until 10:00 pm last night to have as much items ready and delivered, and we will do so until level 4 is put into place. We recognise how important it is now for you to have your dining set or bed frame or cabinet at this time, as it would not be comfortable without these in daily life. It would be unacceptable for us not to return these to you at this time. We’re grateful for our government for making this call, and in assisting us to make sure our people are paid and looked after. Our team is truly a family, and we assure you, we are doing everything in our power to retain our staff.

Although our workshop will be closed until it is safe to open, FRET NOT—we understand that now that ALL your time will be spent at home, that accidents will happen: chairs will be broken, kids will ‘accidentally’ draw or paint on tables. We will still be making assessments via email. Provide photos of the damage and we will answer you with the best path forward. We are here, and we are together (just not physically)

ALSO get ready to see some of our misadventures at home and get some insight as to how we lead our lives outside of the workshop. Feel free to share your lockdown projects as well! Take care of yourself and your family.

Kia Kaha, Avi & Dovetail xx

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9 days ago

What public transport will be available for you?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, If you need public transport to get around, it's likely services will move into weekend mode, due to the tightening Coronavirus restrictions. Will that meet your needs? Read the story below:

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