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44 minutes ago

Fire wood for sell

Gloria from Morrinsville

Come have a look . Call 0211696403

Negotiable

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1 hour ago

Single bed for sell

Gloria from Morrinsville

Call 0211696403

Negotiable

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1 hour ago

Stove for sell

Gloria from Morrinsville

Need clean
Call 0211696403

Negotiable

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1 hour ago

What's On: Drum Circle

Ken from Fairfield

Bring your hand drums and percussion instruments and join in with a friendly, open group that enjoys drumming and dance. More details on FaceBook: Drum Circles Hamilton, Aotearoa NZ.
Drum Circle
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3 hours ago

The problem with raising "Eco-Warriors"

Ben from Flagstaff

An article I read in the local news today was headlined 'raising a future Eco-warrior', talking about parents raising their kids to be climate change activists.

Anyone see the problem with that? In case you don't, let me wax lyrical here for a bit.

1. Climate change is nonsense; … View more
An article I read in the local news today was headlined 'raising a future Eco-warrior', talking about parents raising their kids to be climate change activists.

Anyone see the problem with that? In case you don't, let me wax lyrical here for a bit.

1. Climate change is nonsense; none of the 'scientific research' the proponents recite has ever been published in a refereed scientific journal, nor has any of it survived international peer review.

2. There is no reliable, established metric for measuring this claim and no testing protocols that can be confirmed by independent sources.

3. The so called 'climate deniers' counter argument has some rather heavyweight contributors; most notably Dr Ivar Giaever, the winner of the 1973 Nobel Prize for Physics, who said "climate change is nothing but pseudo-science".

4. "Reduction of CO2 emissions" - CO2 is a harmless natural gas that is essential for life on this planet; plants cannot survive without it and the current levels in the atmosphere (300-400 ppm) are close to a starvation diet for vegetation. The less CO2 they get, the less Oxygen they produce.

4. The self-appointed leaders and spokespeople of this doomsayers cult have admitted openly that their ambitions have little to do with climate change:

"The climate crisis is not just about the environment. It's a crisis of human rights, of justice and of political will. Colonial, racist and Patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all."
- Greta Thunberg, the know-nothing brat currently being touted as an expert on the matter.

Notice the use of incredibly nebulous terms such as 'Patriachal'. 'Patriarchy' being the fictional, all-male secret society invented by militant feminists in attempt to lend credence to their 'us and them' mentality.

If only Greta were a lone, crazy loud mouth. She is not. The proponents themselves repeat all the same neo-Marxist talking points: the 'evil' of capitalism, wealth redistribution, insane taxes inflicted on the wealthy etc. ergo obviously the movement is Socialism is disguise.

Do your own thinking and DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE.

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1 day ago

What's On: Community Christmas Carol Service

Jan from Saint Andrews

Everyone invited to our Community Carol Service to sing old & new Carols, fun ones & secular ones. Bring your friends & neighbours. Supper to follow. More info 8492685
Community Christmas Carol Service
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12 days ago

Squiggle Holiday Programme Jan 2020

Katrina from Rototuna North

Squiggle Holiday Programme is perfect for girls and boys ages 5-13 years old. We are based in Hamilton and offer a huge variety of cool things for your children to do during their school holidays!

January Holiday Programme with Squiggle
Our theme for these coming holidays is "Survivor … View more
Squiggle Holiday Programme is perfect for girls and boys ages 5-13 years old. We are based in Hamilton and offer a huge variety of cool things for your children to do during their school holidays!

January Holiday Programme with Squiggle
Our theme for these coming holidays is "Survivor Squiggle" we will be learning about Hutt building, and survival in the outdoors, basic first aid, cooking delicious pizzas and making healthy snacks in our Master Chef Challenge, we'll be making our own team buffs, playing survivor team games, along with a special Idol hunt. There is swimming every day, pool parties, water games. Our offsite trips include 2 visits to Hoyts Te Awa and a trip to Bridal veil falls, followed by a picnic lunch in Raglan. And of course, we have Young Engineers and science experiments as well.

So if you think you have what it takes to join Squiggle Survivor outsmart, outlaugh, outplay, then enrol now!

www.squiggle.org.nz... / enrol

Squiggle Holiday Programme (Dec-Jan 2020) final.pdf Download View

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1 day ago

What's On: Garage Sale

Tony from Hillcrest

Garage Sale on Saturday 14th December 7.30 am to 11.30 am. Clothes linen, crockery, books and some furniture available. Blessings and peace for the time over Christmas
Garage Sale
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1 day ago

Win a years subscription to TV Guide with Readers Tours!

The Team from Readers Tours

For over three decades, Readers Tours has been taking our loyal readers on unforgettable journeys exploring the rich history and culture of New Zealand’s hidden gems.

The much loved North and South Island Journeys are back for 2020, along with the launch of two new escapes in both the North and … View more
For over three decades, Readers Tours has been taking our loyal readers on unforgettable journeys exploring the rich history and culture of New Zealand’s hidden gems.

The much loved North and South Island Journeys are back for 2020, along with the launch of two new escapes in both the North and South Island. These new shorter escapes are the perfect length of time for those adventurous seniors who want a taste of the spectacular excursions and sights our country has to offer.

To celebrate the launch of our brand new tours, our friends at TV Guide and Neighbourly are giving away a year’s subscription for TV Guide to one lucky adventurer!

All you have to do is tell us a New Zealand destination you would love to visit via this link and you'll be in the draw to win!

Entries close 19 December 2019!

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1 day ago

Oak Mobile Phone Stand

Shirley from Rototuna North

We have tried something different and made four phone stands from solid oak to see what it looks like. The grain is full of texture (not really flat like rimu), but have been sanded and finished smoothly with natural oil and wax.
Great gift idea. Size: 90mm x 160mm x 12mm
You are welcome to pick it… View more
We have tried something different and made four phone stands from solid oak to see what it looks like. The grain is full of texture (not really flat like rimu), but have been sanded and finished smoothly with natural oil and wax.
Great gift idea. Size: 90mm x 160mm x 12mm
You are welcome to pick it up if you are local or we can post for you at your own expense.
(The phone is not included)

Price: $15

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1 day ago

Rimu Mobile Phone Stand

Shirley from Rototuna North

Handcrafted from NZ rimu, these phone docking stations are sealed with natural oil and wax.
My daughter uses hers to view a recipe when baking or to video call with friends. A lot of office staff are using this phone stands as a place to put the phone while working at the desk. Great gift idea. … View more
Handcrafted from NZ rimu, these phone docking stations are sealed with natural oil and wax.
My daughter uses hers to view a recipe when baking or to video call with friends. A lot of office staff are using this phone stands as a place to put the phone while working at the desk. Great gift idea. Size: 90mm x 160mm x 12mm
You are welcome to pick it up if you are local or we can post for you at your own expense.
(The phone is not included)

Price: $17

1 day ago

WEAVE Cultural Market 2019

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

This year's WEAVE Cultural Market is tomorrow, the 6th of December in Garden Place from 4pm till 8pm. Come along and enjoy ethnic food, crafts, cultural performances and other entertainments, celebrating the diversity of our former refugee and migrant communities!

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10 days ago

Who is your favourite local business?

The team Reporter from Hamilton Press

We all have a favourite business - where the people are super friendly, the goods or services top notch, the deals great, or we appreciate the sponsorship they give to the town.

The most valuable contribution of small businesses, is the community spirit they foster. They set up shop where they see… View more
We all have a favourite business - where the people are super friendly, the goods or services top notch, the deals great, or we appreciate the sponsorship they give to the town.

The most valuable contribution of small businesses, is the community spirit they foster. They set up shop where they see potential for their vision to flourish, and we want to celebrate that.

Tell us who your fave business is and why, and you could win a $50 Prezzy card just in time for Christmas! Comment below!

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2 days ago

SuperSeniors Newsletter December 2019

The Team from Office for Seniors

Season's Greetings Neighbours!

The December edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter is out now! It's filled with useful information including the details of the new Better Later Life Strategy.

In this issue we find out about regional banking hubs and the dangers of falls and concussions … View more
Season's Greetings Neighbours!

The December edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter is out now! It's filled with useful information including the details of the new Better Later Life Strategy.

In this issue we find out about regional banking hubs and the dangers of falls and concussions in over 65-year-olds.

We also have a tasty lemon and yoghurt custard pot recipe, from the NZ nutrition foundation, for a holiday dessert treat!

Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year.

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