496 days ago

AMAZING CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR TECH KIDS:

Jacques PLUG N PLAY | JAYCAR from Plug N Play Electronics

AWARD WINNING SpaceBot Rey AI Powered Wooden Robot

Build cute little robots and watch it coming to life



Learn robot programming and AI with the MU Bot app. The first DIY kit that incorporates Computer Vision and AI



All programs are running on the robot's own processor, no app needed except during programming.



Mom's Choice Awards winner



Price: $95 incl GST



cheers,

Team PLUG N PLAY

Your Local Jaycar Authorised Stockist

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3 hours ago

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1 day ago

On-line veges, meat, fish etc now available localy

Charles from Lynmouth - Moturoa

Orders I have made recently include the following:
SPUDZ - fruit and veges. Great service and reasonable prices. Two hours notice required. Delivered to your door. Free delivery as far as I can tell.
EGMONT SEAFOODS - Range of fresh fish at usual prices. 200gms parcel increments. Also some frozen items. Standard delivery $7.50 but that could depend on address. I was only charged $5.
KIWI BUTCHERY - Good range of meat and meat packs. Normal prices as far as I can tell. Free delivery next day or later as nominated with minimum order $30. Minimum $10 for individual items - assorted meat packs to $100.

30 days ago

Where should the Halamoana statue go?

Blanton Smith Reporter from Taranaki Daily News

It has been gifted to the city and the Art in Public Places Trust is willing to pay for its relocation, but where should the statue go?

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