Waitakere, Auckland

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10 days ago

Pea Straw Bales - $22 per bale

Heather from Huapai - Kumeu

Each bale is 41cm x 33cm x 85cm, and weighs around 13kg. Much better value for money than the typical garden centres.
Reuben 0211 455 726
If you put a thick layer down, 1 bale is enough for approx. 9m2.
Pea straw mulch prevents loss of soil moisture by evaporation, but still allows rain to … View more
Each bale is 41cm x 33cm x 85cm, and weighs around 13kg. Much better value for money than the typical garden centres.
Reuben 0211 455 726
If you put a thick layer down, 1 bale is enough for approx. 9m2.
Pea straw mulch prevents loss of soil moisture by evaporation, but still allows rain to penetrate to the soil. It can reduce required watering by up to 60%!
A thick layer of pea straw can actively suppress weeds from growing through the mulch layer and prevent seeds of weeds from germinating.
As pea straw mulch decomposes, it releases nutrients such as nitrogen back into the soil.
Pea straw increases the organic matter in the soil. This improves soil structure and drainage, and encourages earthworms and soil microbial activity.

Price: $22

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10 days ago

♻️Greens select teen climate striker ... 📢

Fiona from Henderson

Really? How desperate are the Greens that they are hanging outside schools now to get candidates?
For crying out loud, he's 17 years old!!
www.msn.com...
All New Zealand citizens who are ENROLLED as voters can offer
themselves as candidates for election.
By law, you must be enrolled to vote … View more
Really? How desperate are the Greens that they are hanging outside schools now to get candidates?
For crying out loud, he's 17 years old!!
www.msn.com...
All New Zealand citizens who are ENROLLED as voters can offer
themselves as candidates for election.
By law, you must be enrolled to vote if you’re:
1. OVER 18, and
2. have lived in New Zealand for more than 1 year continuously at some time in your life, and
3. are an NZ citizen or permanent resident.www.govt.nz...

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10 days ago

Honestly Maths

NumberWorks'nWords NorthWest

You solve one problem and you are faced with the next!

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10 days ago

Honestly Maths

NumberWorks'nWords Henderson

You solve one problem and you are faced with the next!

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23 days ago

what it means to be a kiwi....

Julia from Henderson

Hey neighbours – to ALL of you – who passed by the Kelston Community Centre, Great North Road today - Waitangi Day - between 3:30pm and about 5pm

– PAST the woman with the car broken down in the medium strip – on Waitangi Day

– ALL of you – two lanes - between let’s see – … View more
Hey neighbours – to ALL of you – who passed by the Kelston Community Centre, Great North Road today - Waitangi Day - between 3:30pm and about 5pm

– PAST the woman with the car broken down in the medium strip – on Waitangi Day

– ALL of you – two lanes - between let’s see – texted my friend from Kelston countdown at 3:52pm – paid for petrol (low petrol light came on after just dropping her off home, just down the road) at 4:59pm – so a HOUR

– more than - HOUR AND A HALF – she told me she had been there for half an hour – told me I was the first one to stop to help

– a LOT of traffic going by - two lanes each side…


- wasn’t me – wasn’t my car – was a fellow kiwi in need


(was complete stranger, now new friend) - lovely woman - Marama



– she said I was the first to stop in half an hour…

what is wrong with the rest of you?? – esp the ones who just beeped!

We got her battery started

(kiwi chicks – we know how to do this ( – and change a tire)

- she had a battery charger – I had jumper leads

– got it started time and time again – revevved it – would just die – in the middle of acceleration - fine - dead - would start - wouldn't start -

- we gave up in the end – (plan B – asking a kiwi bloke for help – failed)

– so plan c – pushed it off the middle of the road through two lanes of traffic

*thank you* to Angela who DID stop at this point and helped us get it through two lanes of traffic – from the middle of the road (on the medium strip)

Yellow lines - on both sides - every direction –

luckily I had lived just there, a few houses up - a few years back –

was actually on the way to visit former neighbour – left it on her property, off the road (since yellow lines) knocked and knocked to ask permission – she wasn’t home (left notes & texted her)

as for the rest of you… esp the ones who just *beeped*...

- I could clearly see her and her car from a distance - we BOTH had our hazard lights on – in medium strip – two lanes - what the….

luckily was going to visit this former neighbour, lovely woman in her 90s – she wasn’t home, left the car outside her place, sent her a text, left a note in her letterbox & left a message under the windscreen for her –

and dropped Marama off home

Had started to write a facebook post this morning before visiting a friend – what it means to be a kiwi – since this is Waitangi Day – to me it means community – helping each other out…

– had written – “we’ve come a long way as a country – still have a long way to go in many ways, we should however give credit where credit is due”

– credit to Marama for her positive attitude in the face of such a challenging situation, kiwi chicks eh! outstanding!

and credit to Angela – older kiwi - pakeha woman - what an angel coming to help – thank you!


As for the rest of you… very disappointed!

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11 days ago

Supporting rural communities during dry weather

The Team from Auckland Council

If you are running low on tank water supply, please find your nearest council centre providing showering facilities and water filling points for handheld containers. Learn more

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11 days ago

Help us be there.

NZ Red Cross

Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the… View more
Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the country. We would love to have you on our team.
Sign up today

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11 days ago

Dentistry

CMDental Ltd

Some things makes us all Smile, welcome to CM Dental where our relaxed, friendly and professional dentists with a sense of humour at our West Auckland dental clinic will get you smiling. We have been providing affordable dental care since 2008.
The treatment options are always discussed to … View more
Some things makes us all Smile, welcome to CM Dental where our relaxed, friendly and professional dentists with a sense of humour at our West Auckland dental clinic will get you smiling. We have been providing affordable dental care since 2008.
The treatment options are always discussed to determine which option is best for you. From extracting a painful tooth, carrying out root canal treatment, giving preventative care, placing dental implants or fitting dentures; our focus is treatment that will be effective and long lasting. www.cmdental.co.nz... We are doing a spectacular special this February at CM Dental.
Examination including all small dental films at $50

If you have a scale and polish at the examination time we will provide both for $120 .cmdental.co.nz...

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11 days ago

Annual Gala

Carla from Waimauku

Wanted: Buskers and stall holders! On Sunday 29 March is the annual Waimauku Lions Gala at the Waimauku Village shops,with all proceeds going to Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. We are looking for stall holders, and also buskers to provide entertainment. The gala opens at 8.30am and goes to 3pm. … View moreWanted: Buskers and stall holders! On Sunday 29 March is the annual Waimauku Lions Gala at the Waimauku Village shops,with all proceeds going to Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. We are looking for stall holders, and also buskers to provide entertainment. The gala opens at 8.30am and goes to 3pm. So if you can sing, play an instrument, or provide another type of entertainment for 45 mins to an hour, please notify us on Fb, or email us on lionswaimauku@gmail.com

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15 days ago

Win! Tickets to Hollywood's science guru show

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. Winners have been notified.

✨ We have FIVE double passes to giveaway to theoretical physicist Sean Carroll's talk on February 22nd at Bruce Mason Centre in Takapuna. Simply like this post and be in the draw! We will pick winners at random at 12noon Monday 17th … View more
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. Winners have been notified.

✨ We have FIVE double passes to giveaway to theoretical physicist Sean Carroll's talk on February 22nd at Bruce Mason Centre in Takapuna. Simply like this post and be in the draw! We will pick winners at random at 12noon Monday 17th Feb.✨

Sean looks for answers to some of the really big questions. Why is there a universe? What is time?

Based in Los Angeles, Sean's not only a science professor, he's the go-to science guru for some big-time movies - such as Angels & Demons and Marvel's Avengers: Endgame, consulting with scriptwriters on topics such a time travel and parallel universes.

Sean Carroll: Our Preposterous Universe. Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland, February 22. Information and tickets at thinkinc.org.

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11 days ago

Your local Indian cuisine!

Sangam Indian Cuisine

🟦NEWS FLASH🟦

Did you know that at ➡️SANGAM⬅️ our curry bases and gravies are made in-house from natural ingredients and spices. We also make our own natural yoghurt and cottage cheese, AND no artificial food colouring or MSG is used in any of our cooking‼💯

You will find us at … View more
🟦NEWS FLASH🟦

Did you know that at ➡️SANGAM⬅️ our curry bases and gravies are made in-house from natural ingredients and spices. We also make our own natural yoghurt and cottage cheese, AND no artificial food colouring or MSG is used in any of our cooking‼💯

You will find us at 3/45 Main Road, Kumeu. Open 7 days from 5pm till late! See you soon

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11 days ago

Special Event

Tsui-Lin from Henderson

Bringing nature back! Friday 21st February from 10-11am LovingCare Kindergarten (78 Central Park Drive) is having an opening ceremony for their new outdoor play environment and are inviting the community to come and celebrate with them. Join them for morning tea and a play on the new equipment. … View moreBringing nature back! Friday 21st February from 10-11am LovingCare Kindergarten (78 Central Park Drive) is having an opening ceremony for their new outdoor play environment and are inviting the community to come and celebrate with them. Join them for morning tea and a play on the new equipment. Everyone Welcome!

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11 days ago

What's On: Make a sustainable flax bag/kete

Picton from Kawakawa Bay - Orere Point

Learn how to and make a flax bag/kete or flax basket/kono. All equipment and materials supplied. $60. Bookings at www.tukuiho.nz
Make a sustainable flax bag/kete
  • Auckland Botanic Gardens
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11 days ago

What's On: Make a sustainable flax bag/kete

Picton from Kawakawa Bay - Orere Point

Learn how to and make your own flax bag/kete or flax basket/kono. All equipment and materials provided - $60. Bookings at www.tukuiho.nz
Make a sustainable flax bag/kete
  • Bruce Pulman Park
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