Rangiora, Rangiora

35 minutes ago

CAT CARE SALE

Karen from Rangiora

CAT CARE SALE
AND MINI GARAGE SALE
Sat & Sun 9am-2pm

17 Tripoli St Rangiora

we will have our usual sale items, new and used Cat toys, carriers, beds etc
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CAT CARE SALE
AND MINI GARAGE SALE
Sat & Sun 9am-2pm

17 Tripoli St Rangiora

we will have our usual sale items, new and used Cat toys, carriers, beds etc

Plus garage sale items most of which will be under $5 or make an offer!

Photos to follow

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41 minutes ago

Don't miss out on the offer!

William from SwiftDry Clotheslines NZ

Free peg bag + 10% off this month only!
Book in your clothesline so you can get it installed before Xmas!
Only 32 Coast Lines left in stock until the end of the month, going fast Contact us today on 0800 75 49 86
www.swiftdryclotheslines.co.nz...

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1 hour ago

Garage Sale: Saturday 15th December 7.30am - 12noon - 15 Stanton Place, Woodend

Diana from Woodend

Heaps of clothes and house hold items. Leather motorbike jacket and pants from Leather Image. Boise speaker system. Crystal/Cut glasses, sell bulk or separate sets. So much more! Womens clothes range from size 8-14. Womens shoes sizes 6/7/8. Bulk curtains. 2x floor rugs 2.4 x 1.6

Negotiable

13 hours ago

We have a brand new Car Navigation unit up for grabs...... :-).

Hamish from Auto Super Shoppe Rangiora

How well do you know landmarks around our town......?
We have a brand new Tom Tom GO 520 Navigation unit valued at over $300 up for grabs just in time for Christmas!

Entry to the draw is simple.........or is it???

You will need to guess all three places/buildings correctly to enter the draw. Only… View more
How well do you know landmarks around our town......?
We have a brand new Tom Tom GO 520 Navigation unit valued at over $300 up for grabs just in time for Christmas!

Entry to the draw is simple.........or is it???

You will need to guess all three places/buildings correctly to enter the draw. Only one person per week can win, which means you have a high chance of nabbing the prize!

Hop on to our Facebook page to enter. Tag your Friends and share the post to get as much help as you can! Spot prizes are also up for grabs.

Happy Guessing everyone!

Winner will be drawn after the 13th of December

13 hours ago

Cleaner

Jal Webb from shimmer & shine cleaning service

We have weekly spaces available for house cleans,office cleans or even one off cleans please feel free to visit
www.shimmerandshine.co.nz...

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15 hours ago

Trailer

John from Rangiora

Trailer For Sale: This is a 7×4 trailer, has LED Lights, Registered no WOF. Has 10ply light truck tyres & needs a new plywood floor. Ph/Text 022 095 6381

Price: $380

12 days ago

Boy racers given the green light

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

Christchurch authorities have come up with a plan to stop boy racers revving engines and racing off the line: Don't let them hit red lights.

Council will trial phasing the traffic lights on Bealey Ave so traffic gets a clear run down the length of the street, to reduce noise from things like… View more
Christchurch authorities have come up with a plan to stop boy racers revving engines and racing off the line: Don't let them hit red lights.

Council will trial phasing the traffic lights on Bealey Ave so traffic gets a clear run down the length of the street, to reduce noise from things like stopping and accelerating, revving and burn-outs.

Do you think this will stop boy racers from revving loudly? Tell us in the comments below (please write NFP if you don't want your comments published).

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/108891170/plan-to-halt-christchurch-boy-racer-noise-dont-let-them-stop

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6 days ago

Waimakariri District Council investigating bylaw to ban private use of fireworks

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

The private use of fireworks could be banned in the Waimakariri district after the council agreed to consider creating a new bylaw.

"It's unlikely we will be able to ban the sale of fireworks in the district, but we should be able to introduce a bylaw about letting them off," … View more
The private use of fireworks could be banned in the Waimakariri district after the council agreed to consider creating a new bylaw.

"It's unlikely we will be able to ban the sale of fireworks in the district, but we should be able to introduce a bylaw about letting them off," Waimakariri councillor Paul Williams says.

What do you think? Click the link below to read the full story and share your thoughts in the comments. (Please write NFP if you don't want your comments published)

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/north-canterbury/109101971/waimakariri-district-council-investigating-bylaw-to-ban-private-use-of-fireworks

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1 day ago

My chickens are now eating their eggs.

John from Eyrewell Forest

Some time ago on Youtube I saw that it was beneficial to feed eggshells to chickens as it helped them with calcium intake. This I did and they loved the scrunched up eggshell. However I have created monsters as they are now eating half of their eggs everyday before i can get out and pick them up. … View moreSome time ago on Youtube I saw that it was beneficial to feed eggshells to chickens as it helped them with calcium intake. This I did and they loved the scrunched up eggshell. However I have created monsters as they are now eating half of their eggs everyday before i can get out and pick them up. How do I break this habit? Any clever ideas?( I have one idea!)

22 hours ago

Hi Does any know where to buy xmas lillies around Kaiapoi? Thanks

Linda from Kaiapoi

Hi does anyone know where to buy xmas lilies around and about Kaiapoi.

Thanks

1 day ago

BMX Olympian Trent Jones helping build world-class track in Rangiora

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

An Olympic BMX rider is helping create a world-class BMX track in the North Canterbury town of Rangiora.

The North Canterbury BMX Club will start 2019 with a new $100,000 track that meets the standard for national competitions. The track will replace the existing one on Millton Ave.

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/north-canterbury/109174641/bmx-olympian-trent-jones-helping-build-worldclass-track-in-rangiora

3 days ago

Parking wardens return to Rangiora to help with Christmas shopping influx

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

Rangiora drivers beware – parking wardens are returning to the Durham St car park this summer.

The car park is frequently used for all-day parking by people who work locally, and the area has mostly been left unmonitored during the slower winter months.

Waimakariri District Council … View more
Rangiora drivers beware – parking wardens are returning to the Durham St car park this summer.

The car park is frequently used for all-day parking by people who work locally, and the area has mostly been left unmonitored during the slower winter months.

Waimakariri District Council environmental services manager Malcolm Johnston says the council will now start enforcing the two-hour time limit to free up parking for Christmas shoppers.

stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/north-canterbury/109118110/parking-wardens-return-to-rangiora-to-help-with-christmas-shopping-influx

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1 day ago

Christmas made easy with Farmlands

Farmlands

Win up to $1000* of your shop back with Farmlands!

Spend $150 or more on your Farmlands Card between 1 November 2018 and 15 December 2018 at participating Card Partners to go in the draw to win. Plus, check out the Farmlands Gift Guide to find gift ideas for all the family.

Find out where to… View more
Win up to $1000* of your shop back with Farmlands!

Spend $150 or more on your Farmlands Card between 1 November 2018 and 15 December 2018 at participating Card Partners to go in the draw to win. Plus, check out the Farmlands Gift Guide to find gift ideas for all the family.

Find out where to shop this Christmas: www.farmlands.co.nz/christmas

*Terms and Conditions apply.
Find out more!

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2 days ago

Lovat Downs Venison

Sue from Swannanoa - Ohoka

Does anyone have the contact details for Lovat Downs Venison?

2 days ago

Summer safety checklist: Fall-proofing your home

The Team from ACC New Zealand

With warmer weather heading our way, gardening is a great way to stay fit and get regular doses of Vitamin D to help strengthen our bones.

The Home Safety checklist will give you practical tips on how to avoid falls, sprains and strains while pulling those stubborn weeds. For example, when … View more
With warmer weather heading our way, gardening is a great way to stay fit and get regular doses of Vitamin D to help strengthen our bones.

The Home Safety checklist will give you practical tips on how to avoid falls, sprains and strains while pulling those stubborn weeds. For example, when you’re gardening avoid heavy lifting and use long-handled tools so you’re not bending over for long periods. Steady yourself when bending and standing, no pesky weed is worth falling for!

A new movement called Live Stronger for Longer is helping to reduce the risk of falls by providing practical information and free resources. We want to help you stay on your feet, and living the life you want to live.

Take the home safety checklist with your friends and family and join the movement today.

Proudly brought to you by ACC, HQ&SC, MOH and your local community health providers.

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