Roslyn - Terrace End, Palmerston North

34 days ago

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34 days ago

Naturopathic Consultations

Health Solutions

For professional and supportive natural healthcare for all your health needs book your online consultation now! 
We focus on the areas that need support so you can get back to better health  sooner, using diet, lifestyle and a range of supplements and herbal products readily available. … View more
For professional and supportive natural healthcare for all your health needs book your online consultation now! 
We focus on the areas that need support so you can get back to better health  sooner, using diet, lifestyle and a range of supplements and herbal products readily available. Appointments available on Skype or Zoom at your place! 1 to 1-1/2 hours. Registered Naturopath with 20 years experience. Includes a full personalised report and programme, dietary guide and other helpful resources sent directly to you following your consultation.
For more details or to have a discussion about your situation call me or visit www.healthsolutions4u.co.nz...

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35 days ago

Poll: Real Estate

Quinton from Milson

With the lockdown, we have surely spent some more time on our own home, painting, and gardening, etc. I have seen quite a few skip bins in the area too. With lockdown and the effect of it I was wondering what it will have on the real estate market, first home buyers, interest rates, and lending. … View moreWith the lockdown, we have surely spent some more time on our own home, painting, and gardening, etc. I have seen quite a few skip bins in the area too. With lockdown and the effect of it I was wondering what it will have on the real estate market, first home buyers, interest rates, and lending. Why are you doing things at your house?

Real Estate
  • 7.1% We are planning on byuing a bigger home soon as our family is getting bigger so
    7.1% Complete
  • 7.1% We are renting and saving up for a deposit - first home buyers
    7.1% Complete
  • 0% We have lost our job and will need to relocate to another town, therefore needin
    0% Complete
  • 0% We have renovated and will sell this one for another do upper
    0% Complete
  • 78.6% We are not interested in selling but would love to know what our place is worth
    78.6% Complete
  • 7.1% We are looking for a new rental as our landlord is selling this house
    7.1% Complete
14 votes
35 days ago

Need Glass repairs?

Craig Bismark from Bismark Glass Ltd

We hope you & your family are staying safe in your bubbles.
Bismark Glass Ltd will be back to help with your glass repairs under Covid-19 Alert Level 3 conditions from Tues 28 April, 2020.
If your tired of looking at that boarded up window. Or while doing your DIY over lockdown, noticed the … View more
We hope you & your family are staying safe in your bubbles.
Bismark Glass Ltd will be back to help with your glass repairs under Covid-19 Alert Level 3 conditions from Tues 28 April, 2020.
If your tired of looking at that boarded up window. Or while doing your DIY over lockdown, noticed the need for some window maintenance. Give Craig a call today to book in your repair
027 2476275

Fight Covid-19!
Eat 5 cloves of garlic everyday. It does absolutely nothing, but keeps everyone at a safe distance.

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35 days ago

Win a blind!

Finn from Window Trendz Curtains and Blinds

WIN WIN WIN 🤩🥳😍

We're giving two lucky people the chance to win a custom made roller blind each from our 'Sunset Blockout' range 😍

Simply like our page and tag a friend in the comments on Facebook and you'll both be in the draw for a brand new Window Trendz … View more
WIN WIN WIN 🤩🥳😍

We're giving two lucky people the chance to win a custom made roller blind each from our 'Sunset Blockout' range 😍

Simply like our page and tag a friend in the comments on Facebook and you'll both be in the draw for a brand new Window Trendz Rollerblind!

Winner to be drawn on Monday 4th May 👍

Enter on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com...

T&C's Apply. Visit www.windowtrendz.co.nz... for more information. Offer available for Manawatu Region only.

35 days ago

Caccia Birch House History Tour

Caccia Birch House

Following on from our last instalment, the main stairs at Caccia Birch House are a central attraction with beautiful rimu bannisters and panels.

The dazzling 42 bulb chandelier is definitely a centrepiece to the stairwell!

The main stairs are the perfect place to make any wedding dress sparkle … View more
Following on from our last instalment, the main stairs at Caccia Birch House are a central attraction with beautiful rimu bannisters and panels.

The dazzling 42 bulb chandelier is definitely a centrepiece to the stairwell!

The main stairs are the perfect place to make any wedding dress sparkle and are provide wonderful photo opportunities.

35 days ago

Attract birds into your garden

The Team from Resene ColorShop Palmerston North

Create a simple hanging bird feeder from a few pieces of plywood and a terracotta pot and saucer.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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35 days ago

Ex Avon Reps

Ruth from Highbury - Westbrook

Hi all local Avon ex reps.
Would anyone have any stock of the Avon Musk Shower Gel please that I can purchase.
Its very good for sensitive skin
My contact is: 027 340 7557

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55 days ago

Another possible SCAM

Lesley from West End

This is a precautionary post!!!
Yesterday one of my elderly Covid 19 phoning circle got a telephone call from supposedly “Work and Social Development” asking him as he was a pensioner did he live alone and did he need any help/assistance for shopping etc. He was a bit confused and told the man… View more
This is a precautionary post!!!
Yesterday one of my elderly Covid 19 phoning circle got a telephone call from supposedly “Work and Social Development” asking him as he was a pensioner did he live alone and did he need any help/assistance for shopping etc. He was a bit confused and told the man on the phone what arrangements he had in place.
He rang me and said that he thought it was nice that a government department was concerned about his welfare like that. I didn’t say anything to him but I immediately telephoned and waited approximately thirty minutes on hold on the Police 105 number. They took a note of my concern and then connected me onto another area to report and discuss the matter.
To the best of their knowledge they were not aware of Social Development or WINZ or any other Government Department making
such calls to elderly folks. However it would be noted and looked into.
Has anyone else had an experience similar?
Take care everyone, keep safe and PLEASE follow the rules
Lesley and family

35 days ago

Anzac Day 2020: Cut-out poppy for your Bubble

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Anzac Day is being celebrated differently this year, with virtual services and online events, all from our own living rooms, balconies and driveways. Download this pdf of a poppy, by award-winning illustrator Sharon Murdoch, to print off and stick in a front window - To show that even in lockdown, … View moreAnzac Day is being celebrated differently this year, with virtual services and online events, all from our own living rooms, balconies and driveways. Download this pdf of a poppy, by award-winning illustrator Sharon Murdoch, to print off and stick in a front window - To show that even in lockdown, in our small bubbles, we shall not forget. That we can still say thank you for the sacrifices, we can still pay tribute to the bravery of so many.

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38 days ago

First-home buyers - new or pre-loved?

Colleen Hawkes Reporter from Homed

As a first-home buyer it pays to weigh up your options to see whether buying new or buying 'character' is best for you.

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36 days ago

A note from Noel Leeming

Noel Leeming

We’ve been privileged to help Kiwis get the essentials needed to work, study, and stay connected. It’s led to huge demand and some orders are taking longer to deliver. We’d really like to apologise to the customers who’ve experienced these delays.

To help get it sorted faster we’ve … View more
We’ve been privileged to help Kiwis get the essentials needed to work, study, and stay connected. It’s led to huge demand and some orders are taking longer to deliver. We’d really like to apologise to the customers who’ve experienced these delays.

To help get it sorted faster we’ve quadrupled our Customer Care team, and expanded our order fulfilment network so we can get thousands more orders delivered each day. Plus our remote Tech Solutions service will be free until May 11 to lend customers a hand with technology advice or setting up.

Thanks for your patience, everyone. We’re getting there.
Find out more

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36 days ago

Our General Practice teams are still available to help you stay well

THINK Hauora

Our General Practice teams across MidCentral are still available to help you stay well. Check out how we are changing our services to stay connected with you and your whānau.

Phone and video consultations:
Doctors, Nurse Practitioners and other health professionals will be using telephone and … View more
Our General Practice teams across MidCentral are still available to help you stay well. Check out how we are changing our services to stay connected with you and your whānau.

Phone and video consultations:
Doctors, Nurse Practitioners and other health professionals will be using telephone and video consultations. Your GP or nurse practitioner will advise you whether you need to visit them in person.

Connecting through your patient portal:
Many General Practices offer a patient portal. These are safe, secure ways to communicate with your General Practice. You may be able to; email your GP, nurse practitioner or long-term conditions nurse, check your what medicines you are on, check recent laboratory results or request simple repeat prescriptions.

For more information on how to stay connected with General Practices across the MidCentral districts go to: https://www.thinkhauora.nz/stay_connected
Stay connected

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37 days ago

OPENING

Rosco's Bulk Yard Limited

Hi Neighbours, Roscos Bulk Yard will be open for business from April 28th, you can phone in for orders to be delivered or just come on down to the yard and pick up your garden and landscape supplies, we will be operating a drive through system under level 3 so a few things will be different when … View moreHi Neighbours, Roscos Bulk Yard will be open for business from April 28th, you can phone in for orders to be delivered or just come on down to the yard and pick up your garden and landscape supplies, we will be operating a drive through system under level 3 so a few things will be different when you get here just follow the signage and the load drivers instructions. We will NOT be taking Green waste at this time. Check out our web site for more info. Stay safe.
Cheers Rosco

43 days ago

SPCA in need

Michael Neighbourly Lead from Roslyn - Terrace End

The SPCA has been sending out e-mails asking for support as they struggle with remaining in operation during the Lockdown. I received this in my e-mail this morning,

"Dear Michael,

The past few weeks have been a real challenge in every sense of the word. But, one thing has become clear … View more
The SPCA has been sending out e-mails asking for support as they struggle with remaining in operation during the Lockdown. I received this in my e-mail this morning,

"Dear Michael,

The past few weeks have been a real challenge in every sense of the word. But, one thing has become clear during the COVID-19 outbreak... we are in this fight together and being kind is more important than ever.

I hope you and your whānau are staying safe at home in your bubble. We still don't know what the near future holds, but we know that humans aren’t the only ones impacted by this pandemic – it's animals too.

our SPCA frontline essential workers are still working day-in day-out for the animals.

Today, I wanted to reach out and ask for your support so they can continue their vital work during the lockdown period and beyond.

I understand your personal circumstances may have been impacted by the pandemic, and your wellbeing is important. Please know my request is just for those who are able to help right now.

However, we need as much financial help as possible to support our essential staff as they work in the face of adversity.

the reality is we will struggle to function without income we usually get from our op shops, or from our other forms of fundraising which have come to a sudden halt.

Our vets are still administering necessary treatments. Our inspectors are working hard with emergency call-outs and acting quickly to be there for animals in our communities. Our animal teams are with vulnerable animals who need rehabilitation. All while adapting and enforcing physical distancing and new health and safety rules set up with Level 4 requirements.

SPCA will be there to protect animals today, tomorrow, and beyond the lockdown. That we can promise.


But we can’t do it without you.

Together, we can ensure that animals don’t suffer because of the impact of COVID-19. Please will you stand by our essential workers as they protect vulnerable and sick animals?

Thank you for taking the time to read this email and please stay safe during this time!

Andrea Midgen,

SPCA CEO"


This is the link to their support page,
comms.spca.nz...

Please consider donating what you can as these people are essential workers too and the Animals are victims in this as well.

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