232 days ago

20-30% OFF Selected Shell Motor Oils!

Anna Smith from Beaurepaires Nelson

No matter what the drive, Shell engine oils provide superior protection against engine stress.

If you want ultimate engine performance, choose Shell Helix at Beaurepaires and get 20-30% off selected packs!*

Buy in-store or online now.

Hurry offer ends 25th August 2019.

Terms & Conditions:
The 20-30% discount on selected shell motor oils is valid for purchases in-store and online at www.beaurepaires.co.nz... between 12 August – 25 August 2019 (inclusive). For a full list of eligible products please visit beaurepaires.co.nz.... Offer applies to cash, EFTPOS, credit, and finance transactions. Standard finance criteria and charges apply to finance transactions. Offer excludes fleet, commercial and trade customers. Available at participating Beaurepaires stores nationwide. Whilst stocks last.

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More messages from your neighbours
4 hours ago

Like to quit smoking now?

Stephanie Gray from Nelson Marlborough Health

If you’d like help to quit, our free Stop Smoking Service can support you by telephone, from the safety of your own home. Quit coaches are here for you throughout the lockdown. Just call 0800 NO SMOKE or email smokefree@nmdhb.govt.nz.

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4 hours ago

Looking for inspiration?

Signature Homes

The team at Signature Homes Nelson & Tasman wants to keep you entertained while at home with a free digital copy of our latest home design magazine, full of real stories from Kiwi homeowners.

If you’re thinking of building new, or just looking for some inspiration, Signature Style is a must-read! We have a wide range of House & Land Packages and home designs to suit your taste, budget, section and lifestyle.

We look forward to reconnecting with the community very soon, in the meantime please click to get your free digital copy of our magazine.

Simon & Jodie Bixley
Signature Homes Nelson & Tasman.
Find out more

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11 hours ago

Nelson considers rates freeze

Warren Gamble Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Nelson City Council is considering a zero per cent rates rise, two days after Tasman District Council announced it was eyeing a similar freeze.

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