Whenuapai & Herald Island, Auckland

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13 days ago

Kawasaki Vulcan S 2016 (LAMS)

Kenny from Greenhithe

Selling the motorbike to upgrade my car. Low km, used for weekend rides and occasional urban commuting over summer, stored in garage, no scratches or sun fade. Easy to ride, with adjustable foot pegs. Comes with the saddle bags. Light enough to split lanes, but also goes real well on open roads. … View moreSelling the motorbike to upgrade my car. Low km, used for weekend rides and occasional urban commuting over summer, stored in garage, no scratches or sun fade. Easy to ride, with adjustable foot pegs. Comes with the saddle bags. Light enough to split lanes, but also goes real well on open roads. it's been a great ride, but unfortunately I need to sell to upgrade the car :(

***$9,950 ONO***

See TradeMe or flick me a text (021992525)
www.trademe.co.nz...

Negotiable

13 days ago

Do you have an IRD bill to pay by tomorrow?

NZ Chartered Accountant from Small Business Accounting - Hobsonville

Do you have an IRD bill to pay by tomorrow?

Do you have an end-of-year bill to pay for your income tax, Working for Families Tax Credits, or student loan?



If you have a bill to pay, you may have received a letter or text message from the IRD!

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13 days ago

Caring for you this Waitangi Day

The Team from Shorecare Urgent Care Northcross

Hi neighbours! Just popping by to say that we are open this Waitangi Day should you need us. Head on over to our website for a full list of fees and services.

Please keep in mind that we are often run off our feet on public holidays. We thank you in advance for your patience as we work to see … View more
Hi neighbours! Just popping by to say that we are open this Waitangi Day should you need us. Head on over to our website for a full list of fees and services.

Please keep in mind that we are often run off our feet on public holidays. We thank you in advance for your patience as we work to see you in a timely manner.
Learn more

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13 days ago

Dangerous loading tactics from trucks on our roads🚛

Fiona from Henderson

Far too often, in fact it's now a daily occurrence; there are trucks on our roads with incorrectly secured loads or worse, loads that aren't even secured.
The latest incident I have witnessed was at the mini construction site at the corner of Lincoln, Swanson and Great North road … View more
Far too often, in fact it's now a daily occurrence; there are trucks on our roads with incorrectly secured loads or worse, loads that aren't even secured.
The latest incident I have witnessed was at the mini construction site at the corner of Lincoln, Swanson and Great North road intersection - where Henderson Lock Services used to be.
A truck, fully loaded with rubble, came out, turned right onto Great North Road and then straight down Lincoln Road. The top layer which was well over the legal limit, was flying off in all directions and all of us had to hold back as to not be showered with any stones etc ...
The driver was totally oblivious and she kept on driving even though people were trying to flag her down.
I couldn't see the company name on the truck as a van in front of me blocked my view, but it was raining sand, stones and pebbles.
I honestly thought that all loads had to be covered in case of dangerous items i.e. stones, rubbish, wood etc ... flying off and causing accidents (or worse, a death) on the roads behind them.
Apparently one of the NZTA rules for loose bulks loads is, "Loose bulk loads being transported in a vehicle without a tarpaulin fitted should at no time reach higher than 100mm below any side of the vehicle"
NZTA goes onto to say, "Loose bulk loads should be tarped, netted or sheeted as appropriate whenever there is a risk of load shedding due to wind action or movement"
This also applies to the average Joe Blow on his/her way to the rubbish tips with their dangerously overloaded and unsecured trailers.
The amount of garden rubbish we come across on the roads or even MDF or rubbish bags (the list goes on) beggars belief.
Cover your truck & trailer and load folks.
Keep us safe and alive.
I have found 3 links with all of the relevant information, rules and requirements.
1. www.nzta.govt.nz...
2. www.nzta.govt.nz...
3. www.drivingtests.co.nz...

14 days ago

Make money doing what you love!

Ellen Comber from Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development

The PopUp Business School is returning to Auckland’s North Shore next week! This FREE course will help turn your passion into income and make money doing what you love! 9:30am–2:30pm, Monday 10th to Friday 21st February, Kawai Purapura, Albany, #AucklandNZ. Sign-up here: bit.ly...

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14 days ago

Bee hive for removal

Melania from Ranui

Hi everyone,
I need to get a bee hive removed from a roof cavity. I prefer to get a beekeeper who might be interested in taking it rather than a pest control getting rid of it.
It is a very active hive and I haven't seen the size of it yet.
Please contact me if interested.
Melania

Free

14 days ago

Bed..

Emma from Massey

Free double bed amd frame Must be gone tomorrow lunchtime.

Free

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14 days ago

Hunger for Colour - swap and save!

Resene

Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift… View more
Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift all food donations to The Salvation Army local foodbanks and other community foodbanks.

Start gathering up those cans so you can swap and save at your local Resene owned ColorShop.
Learn more

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14 days ago

The Perfect 2020 Gift for Grandparents (25% Off)

iGuide NZ

Wouldn't it be nice to video-call your grandchildren? Take photos of your dog? Or bank online? Introducing iGuide, the guide designed to help you use your iPhone confidently. iGuide comes with step by step instructions and screenshots, covering all the main features of your iPhone.


iGuide… View more
Wouldn't it be nice to video-call your grandchildren? Take photos of your dog? Or bank online? Introducing iGuide, the guide designed to help you use your iPhone confidently. iGuide comes with step by step instructions and screenshots, covering all the main features of your iPhone.


iGuide was made for all ages and supports beginner level iPhone users, with 10 chapters explaining how to use all the essential apps on your iPhone. You can now enjoy using social media, online shopping, reading the news and more!


There are limited copies available. We’re offering 25% off and free shipping on all orders for our friends at Neighbourly. Visit https://iguideforiphone.com/ to find out how you can make life easier with an iPhone.
Find out more

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14 days ago

Minimum wage, (outcomes)

Ronald from Maxron Associates

Don't know where these guys get the info, but i already pay more that $5

www.google.com...

15 days ago

8 x Out door Squabs recovered

Pauline Jones from Coastal Curtains & Blinds

Customer was very happy with her outdoor squabs I recovered.

15 days ago

Get a free Resene paint testpot!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

Colour your world this February by taking part in the sixth Resene Hunger for Colour campaign! During the month of February you can swap a can of food for a 60-80ml testpot of Resene paint with all cans collected being donated to Salvation Army foodbanks.

Over the last five years, this campaign … View more
Colour your world this February by taking part in the sixth Resene Hunger for Colour campaign! During the month of February you can swap a can of food for a 60-80ml testpot of Resene paint with all cans collected being donated to Salvation Army foodbanks.

Over the last five years, this campaign has seen Resene donate enough testpots to paint over 100,000 colourful square metres and generous Kiwis donate more than 190,000 cans.

We’d love to see the creations you make with your testpots – just message them to us here on Neighbourly for a chance to be featured!

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