78 days ago

Come train with us

Sarah Moore from Froot Camp

Hi neighbours - my friends and I have run a free bootcamp (Froot Camp) in Auckland Domain for over three years and I wanted to invite you train with us.

In uncertain times, exercise can be so good for us - it supports both our mental health - and our immunity. Getting out of the house and into fresh air is good at the best of times - but right now, when many of us are housebound and working from home it’s almost necessary!

We naturally practice social distancing (as some of us are faster than others!), are non-contact and have asked all members to be conscious of their water bottle placement (and to use a unique water bottle) and not to spit. We're also asking anyone not to train until they're 100% back to normal.

We have a heap of fun and would love you to join us. Take a look at www.frootcamp.co.nz... - there's no catches. It's just...free.

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PS - if you are currently self-isolating, please do the right thing and give it a few more days :)

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9 minutes ago

Winter Special on Kitchen Makeovers!

Kev from Kavanagh Kitchens Auckland

Hi Neighbours,

It's Kevin and the team here from Kavanagh Kitchens Auckland. We're running our WINTER PROMOTION for all kitchen makeovers.



Our amazing WINTER OFFER includes $1000 off the pre-tax price!!

Also, pay the deposit within 30 days of the quote and get all handles free to the value of up to $1000 through our top-end premium supplier at Archant.

Kitchen makeovers are a cost effective way of making use of the existing kitchen cabinetry and internal carcasses, not to mention a lot less hassle than building an entirely new kitchen

1.Replace kitchen doors, drawers & cupboards

2.Replace kitchen door handles and fittings

3.Install new, fitted kitchen worktops

4.Replace sinks and taps

5.Install new lighting

Kitchen Makeover Prices.

Small Kitchens - From $9,000 + GST
Medium Kitchens - From $12,500 + GST
Large Kitchens - From $15,000 + GST

We'd love to meet you and give you a quote. Inquire with us today!

6 days ago

Auckland's drought rings alarm bells - is anyone listening?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, It might be raining but the record dry which is depleting Auckland's water supply is not going away in a hurry. Is it "just a dought?": Read the story below:

4 days ago

Why the Council Emergency Budget is important to you!

Cathy McIntosh from Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board

“Like the rest of New Zealand and indeed the world, the impact of COVID-19 on the council’s finances is significant and we are going to have to make some tough budgetary decisions. It is important our communities are involved and understand what these decisions mean for them.”

A focus of the budget is how recovers from the impacts of COVID-19 economic pressures and how the services Council it provides will be impacted. You need to know what this means for you, have a say because Together we can build a stronger Auckland.