Roslyn - Terrace End, Palmerston North

39 days ago

LAB X STAFFY PUPPIES

Madeleine from Palmerston North Central

Ready as of the 6th of March!
Cute as a button and the greatest companions. Approved homes only!!
$450 for a boy
$500 for a girl
1 boy, 2 girls left!

Come with first vaccinations, flead, wormed, food and some toys!

16 days ago

A little bit of caring goes a long way. Let's work together to spread kindness around, not germs. ❤️

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

As more people begin to self isolate and distance themselves, we'll need our neighbours support now more than ever before. The following can be printed at home and filled-in with your details to drop around your street or community.

For the latest COVID-19 advice, visit: covid19.govt.nz/

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16 days ago

This weeks Property Weekly is now available

Matthew Reporter from Property Weekly Manawatu

Check out this weeks Property Weekly
A great place to find Palmerston Norths and surrounds best properties

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17 days ago

Save up to 20% on NZ's best pet products

Pet Direct

Hi Neighbours! Our fur babies are an important part of the family, so why not look after them as well as we look after ourselves?

We have an amazing range of products hand-picked by our experts, which include a nutritionist, a vet, a trainer and a groomer. Combined, we have over 350 dog years of… View more
Hi Neighbours! Our fur babies are an important part of the family, so why not look after them as well as we look after ourselves?

We have an amazing range of products hand-picked by our experts, which include a nutritionist, a vet, a trainer and a groomer. Combined, we have over 350 dog years of experience (and enough pets to open a zoo).

We'd love you to try our speedy delivery with up to 20% off site-wide.

Got questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out to our amazing customer service team, we’re all ears.
Stock up now

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17 days ago

Feilding Bird Sale

Debbi from Ashhurst - Pohangina

2020 Bird Sale Cancellation

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30 days ago

PROTESTING AGAINST HOMELESSNESS AT PARLIAMENT

Caroline from Feilding

Great trip to Parliament yesterday. The dogs were a hit! Have been in discussions with 2 animal shelters - SPCA and HUHA. People not being able to keep their pets as they are unable to find housing with them is a real issue. We were approached by Jenny Salesa's office and are now in … View moreGreat trip to Parliament yesterday. The dogs were a hit! Have been in discussions with 2 animal shelters - SPCA and HUHA. People not being able to keep their pets as they are unable to find housing with them is a real issue. We were approached by Jenny Salesa's office and are now in communication with them about my situation. We also got on 3 news! So a very successful trip.
There are 1899 families in motels, 42,000 officially homeless, 150,000 sleeping rough. From $52 million to (expected to rise to) $300 million in 2 years in government assistance. Homelessness is a real problem in NZ. We are all paying for it in taxes. Paying for motel rooms is not the answer.
People shouldn't be punished for housing themselves. There aren't enough houses for everyone but everyone deserves a home.

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21 days ago

Dog waste bags

Quinton from Milson

PLEASE BIG PLEASE
Do not pull all the bags from dog waste bags, if you see people do this please tell them off. Thank you to the lovely gentleman that stopped jogging to pick up the bags and wrap it around the bin and pole.

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17 days ago

CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME (ME) and FIBROMYALGIA

Sharyn from Hokowhitu

MANAWATU ME SUPPORT (MEMS) MEETING
We have decided to postpone the meeting we would normally have had this Saturday afternoon at the P Nth Public Library, in view of the uncertainty around the Covid-19 situation.

However, we welcome any queries re information or support that you may… View more
MANAWATU ME SUPPORT (MEMS) MEETING
We have decided to postpone the meeting we would normally have had this Saturday afternoon at the P Nth Public Library, in view of the uncertainty around the Covid-19 situation.

However, we welcome any queries re information or support that you may have, so don't hesitate to contact me on Neighbourly and I will redirect queries accordingly.
Sharyn Mercer

18 days ago

Are you trying to contact our call centre?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear gardeners,

Please note that staff at call centre are currently unable to answer calls due to international Covid-19 restrictions. In the interim, please email your request to subs@mags4gifts.co.nz. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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18 days ago

**Wanted**: Ukulele (Not a toy) and Practice Drums Pad

Inbal from Hokowhitu

Hi Neighbours,
I am interested in buying Ukulele and Practice Drums Pad, New or in very good condition. (I went to the Music shops in Palmy and they either were out of stock or had limited options)
If you are interested in selling your Music instruments, please let me know.

Thank you
Inbal

18 days ago

Bread Mixes for Home Baking - Quick Delivery

Andrew from Feilding

These Laucke bread mixes are great for baking your own bread at home. Crusty White, Soy and Linseed, Sourdough Rye and German Grains.
$12.70 for 4 loaves. Find these and more options here - livelaughlove.nz...
Free shipping for most orders over $50.

Price: $12.70

18 days ago

Have you taken steps to futureproof your career?

Josephine Franks Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Have you found yourself back in the classroom - virtual or otherwise - long after you left school? We’re looking for people who have taken steps to futureproof their careers by upskilling.

Perhaps you’re teaching yourself to code, or maybe you’ve enrolled in an evening class or online … View more
Have you found yourself back in the classroom - virtual or otherwise - long after you left school? We’re looking for people who have taken steps to futureproof their careers by upskilling.

Perhaps you’re teaching yourself to code, or maybe you’ve enrolled in an evening class or online course to help your employment prospects. It might have been something you did with your employer’s blessing, or maybe you’ve struck out on your own.

Maybe you’ve struggled to find work and did it as a way to get back on the career ladder, or perhaps you’re concerned about the pace of change in your field and want to stay ahead.

Whatever your brand of lifelong learning, we want to hear from you - email josephine.franks@stuff.co.nz

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18 days ago

Caccia Birch House Bridal Fair Postponed

Caccia Birch House

It is with regret that we need to inform you that due to the current global pandemic Covid 19 virus, the Caccia Birch Bridal Fair 2020 is being postponed to Sunday 16th August 2020.

We feel this is the right decision in order to protect the health and safety of the vendors and community.

Thank … View more
It is with regret that we need to inform you that due to the current global pandemic Covid 19 virus, the Caccia Birch Bridal Fair 2020 is being postponed to Sunday 16th August 2020.

We feel this is the right decision in order to protect the health and safety of the vendors and community.

Thank you for your patience and we appreciate your ongoing support,

20 days ago

Coronavirus

Evolve Fitness

4 Reasons to Keep Exercising -
from the International Health Association

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19 days ago

Happy St Patricks Day!

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Palmerston North

Here are 10 interesting facts about St Pattys Day to celebrate the holiday.
1. St. Patrick was not Irish - Ireland's patron saint was, in fact, from Wales!
2. The first St. Patrick's Day parade took place in New York in the 1760s.
3. Though we've come to associate kelly green with… View more
Here are 10 interesting facts about St Pattys Day to celebrate the holiday.
1. St. Patrick was not Irish - Ireland's patron saint was, in fact, from Wales!
2. The first St. Patrick's Day parade took place in New York in the 1760s.
3. Though we've come to associate kelly green with the Irish and the holiday, the 5th-century saint's official colour was "Saint Patrick's blue," a light shade of sky blue. The colour green only became associated with the big day after it was linked to the Irish independence movement in the late 18th century.
4. Don’t be fooled by any holiday decorations showing lady leprechauns. In traditional Irish folk tales, there are no female leprechauns, only nattily attired little guys who spend their days making and mending shoes (meaning they earned that gold they're always guarding).
5. St. Patrick never got canonized by a pope, making his saintly status somewhat questionable.
6. Guinness sales soar on St. Patrick's Day. Recent figures show that 5.5 million pints of the black stuff are downed around the world every day. On St. Patrick's Day that figure is doubled.
7. Your odds of finding a four-leaf clover are about 1 in 10,000.
8. How did the shamrock become associated with St. Patrick? According to Irish legend, the saint used the three-leafed plant (which is not to be confused with the four-leaf clover) as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity when he was first introducing Christianity to Ireland.
9. According to Irish legend, St. Patrick wasn't originally called Patrick. His birth name was Maewyn Succat, but he changed it to Patricius after becoming a priest.
10. In Chicago every year, the Plumbers Local 110 union dyes the river "Kelly" green. The dye lasts for about five hours.

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