Linton, Palmerston North

9 days ago

Heads up!

Michael Neighbourly Lead from Roslyn - Terrace End

Palmerston North

Outage ID70237

Areas:Palmerston North

Affected: Hokowhitu, Rosalyn & Kelvin Grove
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Palmerston North

Outage ID70237

Areas:Palmerston North

Affected: Hokowhitu, Rosalyn & Kelvin Grove

Exp. Restore1/07/2020 10:12 pm

Status:Unknown - Faultmen travelling to site

Details: We are aware of a Power outage in the Wairarapa/Manawatu regions. Our records indicate the outage is affecting customers in the Palmerston North area, specifically affecting customers in Hokowhitu, Rosalyn & Kelvin Grove. The outage cause is unknown.

9 days ago

Free Investment Seminar

Tanya Watson from Watson Real Estate - Sales and Rentals

Join us for this FREE event on how to build & manage your investment portfolio on July 29th from 5.30pm.

Featuring speakers Greg Watson (Watson Real Estate Ltd), Villi Tosi (Watson Real Estate Ltd), Craig Seton (Mortgage Connect), Diane Nelson (REAL Landlord Insurance), Matt Mcdonald … View more
Join us for this FREE event on how to build & manage your investment portfolio on July 29th from 5.30pm.

Featuring speakers Greg Watson (Watson Real Estate Ltd), Villi Tosi (Watson Real Estate Ltd), Craig Seton (Mortgage Connect), Diane Nelson (REAL Landlord Insurance), Matt Mcdonald (energyworkshop.co.nz), and Ken Watson (Ken & Vaha - Watson Real Estate)


Topics:

➡ Building your investment portfolio

➡Market update

➡The new way of managing properties in 2020

➡Healthy homes & compliance

➡Insurance matters for landlords

➡Q&A session with industry leaders



Register here: www.watsonrealestate.nz...

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9 days ago

Retrofit insulation

Jemma from Takaro

Want a warmer drier , easier to heat home . Now is the time to get in touch . We'd like to help get the walls and roof home insulated ❄

We have some great interest free payment options too..

Send us a message to arrange a free home assessment

Free

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9 days ago

CORRECTION CFS AND FIBRO COFFEE MEET UP

Sharyn from Hokowhitu

Join us at 1.30pm on TUESDAY, JULY 7th, in Cafe Esplanade.
(NOT August 4TH.)

9 days ago

July special

Monica from My HAIR

Call or message today

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10 days ago

Are you ready to get Upcycling?

Resene

The Resene Upcycling Awards are coming back this month, the third year in a row! Watch this space and get prepared for the announcement; there are great prizes up for grabs.

Upcycling is the term used for taking a preloved item and transforming it - whether it's for a new purpose … View more
The Resene Upcycling Awards are coming back this month, the third year in a row! Watch this space and get prepared for the announcement; there are great prizes up for grabs.

Upcycling is the term used for taking a preloved item and transforming it - whether it's for a new purpose altogether, or just to give it an ‘extreme makeover'. Consider using the school holidays to get Upcycling with the smaller members of your household - or use the next rainy day to drag out the paint and your creativity!

In the meantime, check out some of the creative cookies from last year.
Pick your paints

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10 days ago

BMW 116i 2007 Regularly Serviced at BMW

Junaid from Aokautere - Fitzherbert

This Single-owner vehicle is in very tidy condition, drives and rides very well. I bought it back in January 2017 @ 61,600 kilometres as a Japanese imported car. Its current mileage stands at 100,656. Excellent maintenance history from BMW. Tyres changed in 2019 @ 82,755 kilometres. Registration … View moreThis Single-owner vehicle is in very tidy condition, drives and rides very well. I bought it back in January 2017 @ 61,600 kilometres as a Japanese imported car. Its current mileage stands at 100,656. Excellent maintenance history from BMW. Tyres changed in 2019 @ 82,755 kilometres. Registration expires in Jan 2021 & WoF expires in Mar 2021. Selling due to purchasing a 4wd. Also listed on Trademe www.trademe.co.nz...

Price: $5,999

10 days ago

SET OF SUITCASES

Jo from Awapuni

PAIR OF NAVY BLUE CARGO SUITCASES
OBVIOUS WEAR ON OUTSIDE BUT FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY
WHEELS AND ZIPS ETC WORKING WELL
DIMENSIONS:
LARGE:
74 CM LONG
48 CM WIDE
18 CM DEEP… View more
PAIR OF NAVY BLUE CARGO SUITCASES
OBVIOUS WEAR ON OUTSIDE BUT FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY
WHEELS AND ZIPS ETC WORKING WELL
DIMENSIONS:
LARGE:
74 CM LONG
48 CM WIDE
18 CM DEEP
SMALL
68 CM LONG
43 CM WIDE
18 CM DEEP
CALL 35 40 399 OR LEAVE MESSAGE ON NEIGHBOURLY IF INTERESTED
PS: PUP NOT INCLUDED!

Price: $30

14 days ago

Motueka: New Zealand’s small-town doughnut capital

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

If you’re hungry, please step away from your phone or monitor. Would you try this cheeseburger doughnut? Read more about the small NZ team with some big doughnut dreams below.

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10 days ago

**Wanted**: Hokowhitu Primary School Uniforms - Long Sleeves Shirt & Skort

Inbal from Hokowhitu

Hi Neighbours,
I'm looking to buy Long Sleeves Shirt size 6 or 8 of Hokowhitu Primary School as well as Skort in good condition. (from a smoke-free home)
Thanks :)

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10 days ago

CHRONIC fATIGUE SYNDROME AND FIBROMYALGIA SUFFERERS

Sharyn from Hokowhitu

Join us for coffee next Tuesday, 4th August, in Cafe Esplanade at 1.30pm.
Take the opportunity to share your lockdown experiences and catch up with other people who share your condition.

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12 days ago

Medic Alert issues

Val from Milson

I have been wearing a Medic Alert bracelet since the 60's.
It has all needed info printed on it.
This year I have started getting a/c's from Med. Alert. by post.
Invoice amount $35.00 plus $35.00 overdue which amounts to $70.00
I have never had an account from them since I payed for the… View more
I have been wearing a Medic Alert bracelet since the 60's.
It has all needed info printed on it.
This year I have started getting a/c's from Med. Alert. by post.
Invoice amount $35.00 plus $35.00 overdue which amounts to $70.00
I have never had an account from them since I payed for the bracelet in the 60's until this year.
Is anyone else experiencing this?

11 days ago

How Curtain Linings Work

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Palmerston North

Windows play a major role in controlling the temperature within a home. During winter it is easy to lose heat, and in summer it is easy to overheat a home if windows are not appropriately covered. Lining is a cost-effective addition to help protect your curtain fabric, while providing some added … View moreWindows play a major role in controlling the temperature within a home. During winter it is easy to lose heat, and in summer it is easy to overheat a home if windows are not appropriately covered. Lining is a cost-effective addition to help protect your curtain fabric, while providing some added insulation for the home, reducing window heat loss by 40-60% when closed. Working all year round, lined drapery is an important tool in creating a thermal insulation barrier. Lined curtains have an added lining layer on the back of the curtain which can be attached to the curtain or can be hung on a separate track behind the curtain.


Linings help your window furnishings last longer: With a good quality lining, your chosen curtain fabric is shielded from the harsh UV rays of the sun, preventing your fabric from fading.


Linings provide added privacy: A lot of fabrics are only somewhat private, especially at night. Adding a lining to your window furnishings will increase the opacity of the treatment, ensuring complete privacy.


Linings provide increased insulation: Insulated linings trap air in and between the layers of fabric, preventing the heat in your homes escaping out the windows, and offering significant savings on your energy bill.


Linings can provide light control: Ideal for bedrooms and media rooms, block-out linings allows you to block light coming through a window and keep your rooms dark in the middle of the day.

Linings improve the appearance of window furnishings: The colours of your chosen fabric can appear richer when a lining is placed behind them. Without a lining, sunlight coming through a fabric can make the colours appear washed out during the day.



Call us or your local Curtain makers to discuss adding a lining to your current curtains.

11 days ago

Yale Assure Digital lock Promo

Exceed - we fix windows and doors

Hi Neighbours!
We have a fantastic digital lock promo so you no longer have to worry about carrying around keys!
Get the convenience of locking and unlocking your home with your smartphone so you’ll never have to carry around your keys again.
Share digital keys with friends and family, view … View more
Hi Neighbours!
We have a fantastic digital lock promo so you no longer have to worry about carrying around keys!
Get the convenience of locking and unlocking your home with your smartphone so you’ll never have to carry around your keys again.
Share digital keys with friends and family, view access history and customise lock settings and pin codes, all from your Yale Assure app.
For those times when you don't have your smartphone on you, unlock by entering your unique 4-8 digit pin code on the touchscreen keypad.

Talk to us about installing one on your home. You may find even more benefits once you have a digital lock of your own!

Call Exceed, we fix windows and doors on 0800 2525 or request a call back on our website!

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12 days ago

Limited Coverage of "Nature Calls" by the Guardian

Iola from Awapuni

It has been interesting to read the NZ Herald Whanganui and the Horowhenua Chronicle about the PNCC "Nature Calls" proposals.
Articles Headlines "Stink over Sewage " River Users don't want big City Waste." "Sewage Could be Earner ""Land Based waste … View more
It has been interesting to read the NZ Herald Whanganui and the Horowhenua Chronicle about the PNCC "Nature Calls" proposals.
Articles Headlines "Stink over Sewage " River Users don't want big City Waste." "Sewage Could be Earner ""Land Based waste treatment urged."
Public meetings, calling Foxton and Coastal residents to act to support "Restoring the Manawatu River." with Option 3 having the least impact on waterways.
Christina Paton, a long time advocate for the Manawatu River has said that wastewater discharged to land would not have to be treated to the high level as required to dispose to the river. The land based treated water disposal is used in the Horowhenua with some areas having storm water going into wetlands. If PNCC had changed to land base in 1999 the cost would have been a fraction of what it will cost today.
To offset the cost of purchasing land I have suggested that as the coastal wetlands in the Manawatu have declined in the past 40 years, that piping our treated waste water to DOC administered wetlands should be an option for consideration. I also think the State owned coastal forests could benefit from treated waste water and some should be stored for either irrigation and rural fire fighting.
Why is it necessary to consider land based as the best option?
The Government will be releasing their Fresh Water Policy that sets the standards for resource consents applications to comply with and administered by Horizons Regional Council. Strong advocacy over many years has called for the discharge to rivers or waterways to be discontinued.
Why has the Guardian not given Palmerston North residents information about how their neighbour views our problem? Why has it been reported widely in the other community papers, but not in the Guardian?

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