Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland

17 days ago

Everything must go!

The Team from Red Cross Shop Henderson

Our Glenfield Red Cross Shop will have closing down sale on 24-26 June 2020.

Clothing will be sold for as low as a dollar, a pair of shoes for $2, and homewares and jewellery at half price!

Feel free to stop by between 10am and 2pm at 450 Glenfield Road, Glenfield, Auckland to check it out.

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17 days ago

Vacuum cleaner - parts electrolux ultra silencer

Debbie from Glendene

I have brand new top casing
1 x new brush head for vacuuming hard flooring
1 x small brush and nozzle (they are one piece) brush to do blinds or curtains and nozzle;e bit to do between couch cushions or those hard to reach tiny places. Also comes with piece to attach to pipe so you dont lose it
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I have brand new top casing
1 x new brush head for vacuuming hard flooring
1 x small brush and nozzle (they are one piece) brush to do blinds or curtains and nozzle;e bit to do between couch cushions or those hard to reach tiny places. Also comes with piece to attach to pipe so you dont lose it
1 x brand new handle still in its wrapper
Selling altogether

Price: $20

17 days ago
17 days ago

Illicit funds:Asset Recovery Unit

Sheralee Neighbourly Lead from Te Atatu Peninsula

Monday, 22 June 2020 - 5:26pm | National News
NZ Police restrains $140 million in an international investigation
New Zealand Police’s Asset Recovery Unit has restrained NZD$140 million from Canton Business Corporation and its owner Alexander Vinnik who were holding funds in a New Zealand company.… View more
Monday, 22 June 2020 - 5:26pm | National News
NZ Police restrains $140 million in an international investigation
New Zealand Police’s Asset Recovery Unit has restrained NZD$140 million from Canton Business Corporation and its owner Alexander Vinnik who were holding funds in a New Zealand company.

This is the largest restraint of funds in New Zealand Police history.

The Asset Recovery Unit has in the last 11 months restrained a total of $165.4 million in cash and bank accounts, and nearly $63 million worth of assets and property.

Canton and its owner, Alexander Vinnik, previously operated cryptocurrency exchange BTC-e.

It is alleged that BTC-e, which operated from the United States, had no anti-money laundering controls and policies. This resulted in criminals and cybercriminals laundering proceeds derived from a range of criminal activities including computer hacking, ransomware attacks, theft, fraud, corruption and drug crime through BTC-e.

Vinnik was arrested on money laundering allegations in Greece in 2017 and has since been extradited to France where he remains in custody.

“New Zealand Police has worked closely with the Internal Revenue Service of the United States to address this very serious offending,” says Police Commissioner Andrew Coster.

“These funds are likely to reflect the profit gained from the victimisation of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of people globally as a result of cyber-crime and organised crime.”

Commissioner Coster says given the global nature of money laundering there is always a risk that New Zealand companies will inadvertently become involved.

“However, this restraint demonstrates that New Zealand is not, and will not be, a safe haven for the illicit proceeds generated from crime in other parts of the world.

“The global criminal community need to understand New Zealand’s financial system, and companies established here, are not the places to try to hide illicit income,” says Commissioner Coster.

“This restraining order also demonstrates that New Zealand Police are actively conducting investigations with our international partners and that we have the expertise to investigate money laundering at the most serious level.

“I want to acknowledge the tireless work of the Asset Recovery Unit in successfully restraining these illicit funds. They applied for the order during Alert Level 4, which shows their commitment to holding organised criminals to account.”

An investigation is ongoing, pending an application to the High Court seeking forfeiture of these funds.

Don’t become the victim of online crime

Protect yourself from being the target of online crime such as fraud, hacking and ransomware by taking a few simple online safety measures:

• Only give personal information to trusted people or organisations.

• Remember that legitimate businesses should never send you an email with a link to log in.
• Never reply to a scam message, even if you’re curious.
• Install a security program on your computer to protect against threats and viruses.
• Install an ad-blocker to protect against malicious advertisements.
• Don’t click on advertisements on unfamiliar or untrusted websites.
• Set strong passwords and multifactor authentication
• Be mindful of what software you download and what permissions you grant to applications.
• Be cautious when using public Wi-Fi networks — avoid doing sensitive things while using them, such as online banking.

18 days ago

Silver charms - $30 each. Bid to buy.

Sharon from Te Atatu South

SILVER CHARMS - Tray 1:
www.trademe.co.nz...
SILVER CHARMS - Tray 2:
www.trademe.co.nz...

Price: $30

18 days ago

Cash for your wrecked car! Call us 0800 500 001

The Team from AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day … View more
Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
Enquire now

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18 days ago

The latest issue of our Seasonal Scoop magazine is out now!

Kings Plant Barn Henderson

Packed with handy info, advice and tips for gardening in winter, it’s a great read (especially when you’re curled up on the couch with a cuppa!) - and best of all, it’s free!

To get your hands on a copy, simply pop into your nearest Kings store or download a digital version below by clicking… View more
Packed with handy info, advice and tips for gardening in winter, it’s a great read (especially when you’re curled up on the couch with a cuppa!) - and best of all, it’s free!

To get your hands on a copy, simply pop into your nearest Kings store or download a digital version below by clicking the link.

#hotoffthepress #kingsplantbarn #seasonalscoop

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18 days ago

Have you got an indoor jungle? You could be a Houseplant Hero!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Got an urban jungle in right in your own home? Can't stop with the hoyas? Friends claim you're addicted to indoor plants? Send us photos! The winner of our Houseplant Hero 2020 competition will receive $500 worth of Yates products and $300 of Kings Plant Barn vouchers. Two runners-up will… View moreGot an urban jungle in right in your own home? Can't stop with the hoyas? Friends claim you're addicted to indoor plants? Send us photos! The winner of our Houseplant Hero 2020 competition will receive $500 worth of Yates products and $300 of Kings Plant Barn vouchers. Two runners-up will get $250 worth of Yates products and $150 of Kings Plant Barn vouchers. Here's how to enter the competition.

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18 days ago

CROCKPOT TOYS, CLOTHES, BOOKS, BAGS, WARM BEANIES, SLEEPING BAGS & MORE

Lorraine from Henderson

TOYS, BUZZ LIGHTYEAR, PILLOW FRIENDS, & MORE
KATHMANDU SLEEPING BAGS , CLOTHES, BOOKS, BAGS,
RADIO LUNCHBOX AND MORE
CROCKPOT works well on high takes longer on low but goes well $20 russell Hobbs
0211224859 if u want to have a look in Henderson Heights

Negotiable

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