Swanson, Auckland

11 days ago

Do not recommend Ossl cleaning

Leanne from Henderson

Beware of Ossl cleaning voucher on grab one. Taken my money will not answer ph text or message. Did not show up on the day. Only contacted me once I said I was taking it to the police as it is a scram. Now they want to do the cleaning. Will not trust them in my house. And looking at there reviews … View moreBeware of Ossl cleaning voucher on grab one. Taken my money will not answer ph text or message. Did not show up on the day. Only contacted me once I said I was taking it to the police as it is a scram. Now they want to do the cleaning. Will not trust them in my house. And looking at there reviews now I should have checked first. Lesson learnt

11 days ago

What's On: Community Jam

Peter from Te Atatu South

Come and jam with us, we are a casual group of musicians playing old covers, mostly rock, blues, pop and kiwi music. Every Thursday. BYO instruments. All levels welcome.
Community Jam
  • Te Atatu South Community Hall
21 days ago

Text tips boost parenting skills through Auckland Uni programme MyTeen

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

A parenting programme delivered entirely by text is helping parents improve their skills and reduce stress.

Do you think you will take up this parenting help tool?

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11 days ago

MY *NEWEST* pairs of feather earrings!!!!!!!! =D $5 each pair. =D

Sharon from Te Atatu South

I'll add more photos as I make more. =D

Price: $5

36 days ago

KEA Kids News: Unwrapping one of Auckland's new trains from Spain

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Auckland's new trains have started arriving from Spain - and they need to be unwrapped.

Harry Calder, 9, is at the train depot in Onehunga to pull the plastic off for a sneak peak of the trains before they hit the tracks, in this KEA Kids News video bulletin.

To read more, … View more
Hi neighbours,

Auckland's new trains have started arriving from Spain - and they need to be unwrapped.

Harry Calder, 9, is at the train depot in Onehunga to pull the plastic off for a sneak peak of the trains before they hit the tracks, in this KEA Kids News video bulletin.

To read more, click here.

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32 days ago

How did the $1.2m supercar race leave Auckland?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, The V8 supercars race costs Auckland ratepayers $1.2m and is the city's most-publicly-sponsored major event. So how did it suddenly end up shifting from its Pukekohe home to Waikato's Hampton Downs? Read the story below:

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12 days ago

Thomas The Tank Engine Collection

Crystal from Massey

For sale
Used but good condition
Thomas and Friends Books
Wooden Alphabet Train Puzzle
Adventures of Percy book
Thomas and the Jet Engine book
Thomas flashlight

Price: $30

13 days ago

What's On: Massive Garage Sale Market

Sharon from Te Atatu South

Massive garage sale market. 7am-12.30pm. Blockhouse Bay Community Centre. 524 Blockhouse Bay Rd, Blockhouse Bay. $10 a stall, customers free entry. Call Terry for stall enquiries on 027 221 1860.
Massive Garage Sale Market
  • Blockhouse Bay Community Centre
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13 days ago

Brand new Kenwood Blender, Rimu Quest book new, 2 wooden bar stools

Lorraine from Henderson

Brand new Kenwood Blender, still in box $35 Rimu Quest book new, $15 2 wooden bar stools wonderful condition $30 for both beautiful blue/grey queen quilt by bambury with 4 pillowcases and 2 cushions $30 the lot
star wars poster $5 star wars touch light and figures NEW ZEALAND banner $5 Pretty … View more
Brand new Kenwood Blender, still in box $35 Rimu Quest book new, $15 2 wooden bar stools wonderful condition $30 for both beautiful blue/grey queen quilt by bambury with 4 pillowcases and 2 cushions $30 the lot
star wars poster $5 star wars touch light and figures NEW ZEALAND banner $5 Pretty limited edition dolphin plate $10 NEW Pinata $5 Canberra Raiders new Hat $10 as new shoes size 11 very pretty $10
0211224859 also more to come LOTS OF GIRLS clothes size 2-6yr and dress up clothing dresses

Negotiable

13 days ago

One Day. One Great Show. *Win*

Helensville Show

Be in to WIN one of ten family passes to 118th Helensville Show. Leap into the Country 29th February.

Simply email the name of your favourite farm animal along with your name, email and phone number to: win@helensvilleshow.co.nz Entries close Monday 24th February.

The 118th Helensville Show … View more
Be in to WIN one of ten family passes to 118th Helensville Show. Leap into the Country 29th February.

Simply email the name of your favourite farm animal along with your name, email and phone number to: win@helensvilleshow.co.nz Entries close Monday 24th February.

The 118th Helensville Show is the largest one day show in the North and showcases the best of rural traditions along with great food, award-winning craft beer and wines. trade stands and a full equestrian and livestock schedule plus great entertainment from the main stage that includes the popular Junior Farmer Competition.

Tickets can be purchased online. Winners will be notified via email by Wednesday 26th February.

T's & C's apply.
Find out more

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13 days ago

A little kindness on your road trip

AMI Insurance - Head office

A little kindness can go a long way, especially if you’re planning a road trip over the weekend. Here are five ways showing how a little kindness can help. Learn more

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13 days ago

How to avoid coronavirus on flights ...

Fiona from Henderson

Heads up, masks and gloves do a better job of spreading bugs than stopping them.
I found this article far more informative and rational than any other article about 'self care' during this over the top scaremongering about coronavirus.
I totally understand why people are panicking and in … View more
Heads up, masks and gloves do a better job of spreading bugs than stopping them.
I found this article far more informative and rational than any other article about 'self care' during this over the top scaremongering about coronavirus.
I totally understand why people are panicking and in so many cases, going completely overboard, but it's like all forms of rational thinking has gone out the door.
The excellent Q & A within this article with David Powell, a physician and medical adviser to the International Air Transport Association is not only rational but reassuring and accurate.
The question where he is asked, " Does wearing masks and gloves help prevent infections?" makes perfect sense and is exactly what I have been trying to tell a few people.
Basic biology classes will tell you just this.
Just be sensible, keep excellent hand hygiene and if you cough or sneeze in public, it's important to cover your face with a sleeve. Better yet, a tissue to be disposed of carefully, and then sanitising the hands afterward.
www.stuff.co.nz...

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