Hope, Richmond

6 hours ago

Under new rules, landlords would have to give a reason for evicting tenants

Amy Ridout Reporter from The Nelson Mail

A bill that will revamp the rules for New Zealand's residential tenancy market has been introduced to Parliament.

One of the changes is to require landlords to give a reason for evicting tenants, if they give 90 days' notice. Under the current rules, no reason is required.

Do you think … View more
A bill that will revamp the rules for New Zealand's residential tenancy market has been introduced to Parliament.

One of the changes is to require landlords to give a reason for evicting tenants, if they give 90 days' notice. Under the current rules, no reason is required.

Do you think landlords should have to give a reason to evict tenants? Have you ever been evicted without reason?

5 hours ago

Have you experienced Readers Tours? We'd love your feedback

The Team from Readers Tours

If you have been on a journey with Readers Tours we would love to hear your feedback and share your experience with others.

If you would like to leave a review on Google, please click the link below

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18 days ago

The first Readers Tour in 2020 is...

The Team from Readers Tours

The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit … View more
The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit www.readerstours.co.nz... to find out more or call us on 0800 080 099.

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18 days ago

5G - Who Benefits?

James from Stoke

Tell your friends about this!
Get the answers to the question
“5G – Who benefits?”
Meet Sunday 2nd February at 1pm – 2pm. Meeting room Elma Turner Library, Halifax St. Nelson There will be opportunity for questions and answers.
The speaker this Sunday is
Joe Rifici
- An experienced… View more
Tell your friends about this!
Get the answers to the question
“5G – Who benefits?”
Meet Sunday 2nd February at 1pm – 2pm. Meeting room Elma Turner Library, Halifax St. Nelson There will be opportunity for questions and answers.
The speaker this Sunday is
Joe Rifici
- An experienced speaker with extensive knowledge of this subject.
Bachelor of Arts (Music and Theatre) from Wagner College in NYC
Founder and organiser of CAFI (Campaign Against Food Irradiation). An original Council member of The Green Party of Aotearoa, Manifesto and policy writer.
Founder, Writer and Organiser of M-Pact (Making Parliament Accountable). Core member of Nelson campaign to halt Genetic Engineering in NZ.
Former Broadway musical theatre performer and RCA recording artist.
Accredited Voice and Piano Tutor at NCMA (the Nelson Centre of Musical Arts). Owner/Director and Formulator of Salud Health Products Ltd.
Certificates in Psychotherapy and Hakomi Trauma Training.
So you are up for an amazing 60 minutes presentation as Joe expands on the products of 5G radiation;- Effects on health, Irradiating schools and learners, Impact on animals and biosphere, Our democratic rights, Surveillence and IoT.

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7 hours ago

The Great Tax Robbery

Tony from Tahunanui

The Great Tax Robbery

If you are able to save from your salary or wages you are being robbed – not by the banks but by the government.
Once you have, say, $1000 saved you may prefer to risk it on the share market but until you do the following happens (using current BNZ rates as it is our … View more
The Great Tax Robbery

If you are able to save from your salary or wages you are being robbed – not by the banks but by the government.
Once you have, say, $1000 saved you may prefer to risk it on the share market but until you do the following happens (using current BNZ rates as it is our biggest bank but use your own figures, it does not change the story):
$1000 invested at 2.6% for 12 months gains $26 interest. Tax (at 30%) takes $7.80 leaving a new total of $1018.20 which ‘looks like’ profit of $18.20 BUT IS NOT.
With inflation (around) 2% though the real value, the purchasing power, of your original $1000 PLUS that interest (1018.20 x 0.98) is now only $997.84
Your $1000 (in terms of what it can buy) has lost money and the Government has taxed your losses – this only happens to savers, generally working people and the retired, not rich investors.
Robbery.

4 hours ago

Elddis Caravan

Lynne from Stoke

1998 Elddis Wiston NZ Reg 3/16
Self Contained 2 Berth
Solar Panel 130 w
Motor mover
Large Awning with sides
Fridge, Shower, Toilet.
LPG Gas Oven 4 burners in new condition
2× 9kg Gas Bottles … View more
1998 Elddis Wiston NZ Reg 3/16
Self Contained 2 Berth
Solar Panel 130 w
Motor mover
Large Awning with sides
Fridge, Shower, Toilet.
LPG Gas Oven 4 burners in new condition
2× 9kg Gas Bottles
Gas detector
Spare Tyre
Small area of soft floor and some evidence of water leakage around front windows.

Price: $11,500

1 day ago

Free

Princess from Blenheim

Any free computer table out there?

5 days ago

Is Tasman's fireworks prohibition working?

Tim Newman Reporter from The Nelson Mail

On February 5 a ban on fireworks was put into place in the Nelson-Tasman region, until the fire danger drops from its current high level. Has the ban stopped people from letting off fireworks in the region?

Let us know in the comments section below.

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8 hours ago

Where can you volunteer?

Hannah Cunningham from Volunteer Marlborough

We are linked with over 160 community organisations and groups around Marlborough. We are currently recruiting volunteers for roles in Blenheim, Picton, Grovetown, Havelock, Rarangi, Linkwater, and the Marlborough Sounds

You can get full info on all available roles and apply online at … View more
We are linked with over 160 community organisations and groups around Marlborough. We are currently recruiting volunteers for roles in Blenheim, Picton, Grovetown, Havelock, Rarangi, Linkwater, and the Marlborough Sounds

You can get full info on all available roles and apply online at marl.volunteermatch.org.nz...
Alternatively, call 03-577-9388, or email vm@volunteermarlborough.org.nz

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21 hours ago

Pure bred baby Mini Lop Bunnies.

Chris from Blenheim

We have 3 baby bunnies for sale. 8 weeks old. $50 each or 2 for $90 or 3 for $120. Email chris_corbyn@hotmail.com

Price: $50

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1 day ago

gazebo

Barbara from Mapua

Hi, does anyone have a 2 x 2 m (roughly) gazebo for sale? With 3 sides would be preferable.

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22 hours ago

slow cooker

Savita from Redwood Valley

In good working condition,large slow cooker,sunbeam

Price: $25

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1 day ago

Ice cream/frozen yogurt maker

Shelby from Richmond

Treat factory ice cream/frozen yogurt maker
No longer wanted only used once
$30 ono

Negotiable

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