Hamilton East, Hamilton

24 days ago

Hamilton Community Noticeboard I love

Aaron from Enderley

Have you LIKED and checked out their page. Great for free advertising of your events, promotion and news.
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25 days ago

Turbo Scrub Pro

Debi from Hamilton East

Purchase a year ago and never used Brand New in the box

Price: $35

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25 days ago

French language support

Jocelyne from Glenview

Do you need support with
- conversational French
- home work
- preparing for exam in French
- translation
Text Jocelyne 021502095

I was born in Paris. I speak French daily with my family by phone
I am certified in ESOL and TESOL

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25 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

View Hamilton Harcourts' latest interactive Blueprint.

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27 days ago

city council

Mike from Fairfield

i find it interesting that the city council takes it upon themselves to up our rates whenever they feel the need to and yet we get nothing in return but we do lose a curtain amount of our services that we pay like rubbish removal, they wont take a curtain plastic (and yet auckland takes everything)… View morei find it interesting that the city council takes it upon themselves to up our rates whenever they feel the need to and yet we get nothing in return but we do lose a curtain amount of our services that we pay like rubbish removal, they wont take a curtain plastic (and yet auckland takes everything) and they refuse to pick up cardboard thats any bigger than a shoes box give or take and they have recently raised the prices at the dump.Why do we pay rates in this city ?

26 days ago

Poll: Social media and coronavirus

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

There is an overwhelming about of information about coronavirus available to us, but which source is the most credible? The Sunday Star-Times is keen to hear about the information you're seeing on social media and how much you trust it. Vote in the poll below, and feel free to email us with … View moreThere is an overwhelming about of information about coronavirus available to us, but which source is the most credible? The Sunday Star-Times is keen to hear about the information you're seeing on social media and how much you trust it. Vote in the poll below, and feel free to email us with any examples of misinformation: kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz. Our question for you: Do you trust what your friends and family are sharing/saying about coronavirus on social media?

Social media and coronavirus
  • 7.4% Yes
    7.4% Complete
  • 52.3% No
    52.3% Complete
  • 40.3% Sometimes
    40.3% Complete
961 votes
26 days ago

Amp life insurance policy holders In the dark

Neil from Newstead

i.stuff.co.nz...
When reading this article (as an AMP policy holder) there is an element of concern to say the least. AMP life insurance policy holders would do well to consider reading then locating and signing a petition due for presentation by March 24th. Forewarned may not even be forearmed!

33 days ago

Maths Problem

NumberWorks'nWords Hamilton Central

Can your 10 year old do this problem?

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26 days ago

First 30 Days Free

Triton Hearing

Triton Hearing is making it easy and affordable for you to enjoy our best hearing technology on a simple, monthly subscription. We call this Pay As You Hear, and it’s a bit of a breakthrough.

Get the world’s best hearing technology on a simple, monthly subscription from $5/Day.
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29 days ago

Plumber recommendations

Suzy from Fairfield

Hi ... can anyone recommend a good honest plumber that won't cost me an arm and a leg. Have a leak in an inside pipe that runs the water to the taps. Thanks

28 days ago

Plant Based Cafe

Casabella Lane

Snack Baby are a 100% Plant Based cafe located in Casabella Lane. Serving great food and coffee.

27 days ago

Celebrate Community - March 1st to 31st 🥳🎉

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This month is all about bringing your community together and having a great time! We want March to be all about celebrating the connections we have while making new ones along the way. As we all know, what makes a neighbourhood great isn’t the houses and cars, gardens and streets - it’s the … View moreThis month is all about bringing your community together and having a great time! We want March to be all about celebrating the connections we have while making new ones along the way. As we all know, what makes a neighbourhood great isn’t the houses and cars, gardens and streets - it’s the people who share their presence and aroha with each other.

A wonderful way to take part is to participate in Neighbours Day Aotearoa which takes place from 27 March - 5 April. This year’s theme is ‘Small Things Make a Big Difference’ - we couldn’t agree more!

Let us know how you’re celebrating by email or tag us online and include the following hashtag:

#NSNZcelebratecommunity

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27 days ago

Cloth racks on Sale

Jane from Hamilton East

SOLD!!!
We have decided to remove our Opshop and just keep the books. So, these cloth rack and a hanger are on sale.
Cloth rack: $10
Cloth Hanger: $25
Combine purchase: $30

Pick up at 53 Wellington Street.

Price: $30

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31 days ago

Are you stupid enough to give away 45 cents of every dollar ?

Graeme from Frankton

Of course , we have to pay tax . We mostly dislike that . Same with GST . And no , I'm not adding 30% top tax , and GST . This actually has nothing directly to do with tax .

But would you knowingly give away 45 cents of every dollar you spent ?

This weekend , Lotto hits $50 million , so here… View more
Of course , we have to pay tax . We mostly dislike that . Same with GST . And no , I'm not adding 30% top tax , and GST . This actually has nothing directly to do with tax .

But would you knowingly give away 45 cents of every dollar you spent ?

This weekend , Lotto hits $50 million , so here is your chance to win $50 million ! Race out and buy a ticket . If you have more dollars than sense .

Have you read the Lotteries Commission glossy PR brochures ? You must be in to win . Safe , smart gambling . Blah , blah , BS .

Dig a bit deeper , behind the headlines , and you will never , ever by another Lotto ticket .

" In the 31 years that New Zealanders have been paying Lotto , over $4.6 billion in essential community funding has been contributed via the Lottery Grants Board " . Wow -- what a great community service . Yeah right .

WHERE YOUR LOTTO MONEY GOES ( per $1 ) --

22 cents -- Lottery Grants
12 cents -- operating costs ( yes , thats what Lotto NZ spends on itself ! )
6 cents -- retailer commissions ( including credit card fees )
5 cents -- taxes -- goes to Government
55 cents -- Prizes .

Yes , if you spent $1 million on Lotto tickets , you are likely to get around $550,000 back . Spend that next week , and you will be down to $302,500 next weekend . 'Reinvest' that , and by week 3 your $1 million will be down to $166375 . By the time you have been through 4 draws , you'll be down to $91506 ! Seriously ! So in 4 draws , you have lost over $900,000 of your original $1 million .

So who is buying a ticket for Saturdays draw ?

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