I’m looking for a second hand ranch slider door, approximately 1.8m wide x 2.0m high. It’s only for a shed so it doesn’t need to be perfect!
Bonjour beinvenue! Welcome, we are excited to be able to bring to you authentic French interior design made possible on a kiwi budget! Call us now to book yourself in for a free consultation. Visit our Facebook page @paristauranga for more information or call us!
Merci Audrey & Tammy
Free garage door with motor and remotes.
We also have a collection of venetian blinds of various sizes that we no longer require plus an stainless steel kitchen sink If anyone wants to have them, they are most welcome.
They will need to have their own transport for collection.
Phone Graeme @ 0274 906880 if interested.
We have 2 more weeks (until 28th July), until we close our doors. There are still lots of beautiful orchid plants left, but it would pay to come this weekend (21st/22nd July) to pick out the best plants.
They are only $10 each and they range from huge plants with at least 8 stems on each plant, to smaller indoor plants. ( we are CASH only). Bring a largish car or trailer as you will be blown away at how amazing they are, and sooooo cheap.
Look forward to seeing you.
60 Jess Road, Plummers Point, Tauranga.
Hello, for a $10 donation to the community garden we have a working Colour A4 Epson Printer xp-620 to give away. It is a tidy 39 x 34 x 14cm WDH. with all the parts input and output trays folding away to leave a clean box. Scanner, wireless enabled and other good stuff. We have alternative printing options, so its time to rehome. Thanks
Hi children !
I would like to give some art craft lessons in Omokoroa !
When I was young, I loved drawing. Currently, I am painting and it became a real passion ! As a matter of course, I also do some art craft with my children : painting, cutting, collage, modeling… They are 6 and 9 YO.
I think it’s a good way to develop their creativity and to approach the world in other way. Mine are escaping as well.
I already give some french lessons for children in Omokoroa and I love it ! I love children and their innocence ! In France, I was a high school teacher. I am a very positive and enthusiastic woman.
It will be a pleasure to give some collective art craft lessons, because it is a passion. I will adapt the craft level to their age.
Registration and prices :
I can register 8 young artists per lesson and maybe per age ! All applications are on registration.
Lessons will be from 3.00 pm to 4.45 pm every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
For one lesson, it is : 20 dollars for 1.45 hour
For 4 lessons prepaid, it is : 18 dollars for 1.45 hour
For 10 lessons prepaid, it is : 16 dollars for 1.45 hour
Materials (brushes, painting, canvas, papers, scissors, pens, crayons, fimo clay, rocks…) are included in the price. Children need to come with a blouse.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, by phone : 022 502 1671 or by email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks a lot and see you soon !
Are you missing something? Your eftpos card/drivers licence/gold card etc? We also have watches, glasses, a pair of kids Haviana jandals and sets of keys. Some of these items have been left behind at the checkout, found in our carpark or at the skate park and handed in to checkouts. Just ask at checkouts if you think we might have something of yours.
Otanewainuku’s kiwi population continues to grow with Matariki and Sonny released recently into the forest by the Otanewainuku Kiwi Trust.
The North Island Brown kiwi are part of the Operation Nest Egg (ONE) programme and have spent their early days at the Kiwi encounter hatchery in Rotorua.
Caption: OKT volunteers Sheryl (left) and Anna wish Matariki a safe journey in her new home at Otanewainuku Forest.
Once these kiwi have reached one kilogram in weight they are translocated to the Waikato crèche where they learn about life in the wild and grow to be an adult in size so that they are more capable of fighting off predators.
In the wild a kiwi chick has a 1 in 20 chance of survival as they cannot defend themselves against a stoat. The work that the Trust and ONE do to nurture these chicks to adulthood, improves their survival odds ten-fold. Nationally North Island Brown kiwi numbers are declining at two percent per year.
The hard work of the Otanewainuku Kiwi Trust (OKT) volunteers and the expertise of Department of Conservation has seen kiwi numbers slowly growing at Otanewainuku.
Western Bay of Plenty District Council is proud to support the great work of the Trust. Council gives practical support and funding to OKT’s program for the long term survival of the endangered North Island brown kiwi, including funding for the Trust’s specialised tracking equipment.
The kiwi population in Otanewainuku has reached 23 comprising of 10 male/13 female and including eight breeding pairs.
Uzabus have a full-time bus driving position available servicing the Omokoroa area.
The service operates Monday to Friday excluding Public Holidays.
The ideal candidate will need:
– Full Class 2 licence
– A passenger endorsement
– A friendly, positive nature, who enjoys engaging with people
– Excellent communication skills and driving record
– The ability to maintain a high standard of service
The successful applicant will be provided with training through an approved industry assessor. Our recruitment process includes a Drug & Alcohol Test, and Police vetting check.
Please contact Roger Craig on (027) 4971204 or email@example.com to request a Job Application form.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
The Pahoia Community Hall Needs Your Help!
Due to saying farewell to a few of our long serving committee members, we are looking for volunteers to join the Pahoia Hall Committee. This is a great way to get involved with the community and requires very little of your time. Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to apply.
Roles available are:
Treasurer – Looking after invoicing and accounts.
Bookings Administrator – Taking bookings and showing clients around the hall when required.
Secretary – Minute taking at meetings and sending minutes to committee members.
Community Liaison – Keeping the community informed of large events.
Maintenance Manager – Doing the odd little maintenance/repair job to keep our hall looking good.
Committee meetings are held every quarter at the hall and an AGM is required each year to comply with Inland Revenue.
For further information please email the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact either
Amy on 027 417 0784 or Michele on 021 985 950.
Please note that these are not paid roles.