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Meet the founders of GoodFor

James Denton, GoodFor’s founder, wanted to allow people an opportunity to make a difference with their shopping. GoodFor began in 2017 with a clear vision – to allow people the opportunity to shop waste-free. Now, having just celebrated their 3rd birthday and about to open their 7th store at Stoneridge, it’s clear that an ever-increasing number of Kiwis are backing them in their vision. GoodFor is a plastic-free refillery where you can stock up on pantry essentials and household items while avoiding the unnecessary packaging you often find in supermarkets. People simply bring in their own containers and jars, or use the store paper bags, to fill up with their usual groceries. “We want to change the culture around unnecessary packaging and waste,” explains Tessa Mak, GoodFor’s Marketing Manager. “We love to help educate people and provide them choices, both for their own health and for the environment.” James Denton, GoodFor’s founder, wanted to allow people an oppor…
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How businesses can unite against COVID-19 and help breaking the cycle of child poverty

We all are suffering from COVID-19 and businesses are getting hit hard, but kids in poverty already had hardship before the COVID-19. Thankfully there are charity's like KidsCan: "Education is a child’s ticket out of poverty. It is how we will break the cycle of hardship, and it is at the core of everything KidsCan does. Food, a warm jacket, solid shoes, feminine hygiene products - these are things we want every child to take for granted. We are levelling the playing field, giving children whose families are struggling the same opportunity to learn as anyone else." That is why Neighbourlink NZ is going to donate half of the profits, earned by advertising,  to KidsCan. And you can help too by advertising on Neighbourlink or share this page with others. List your business or post an advertising on the blog, this way we all unite against COVID-19 and help breaking the cycle of child poverty at the same time. There is a Win-Win situation here, and we all can use a win right a…
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Support Local Businesses Through COVID-19

Neighbourlink is here you help during these trying and uncertain times of Covid-19, in an effort to further support our local businesses here in New Zealand we are offering you free advertising until the 1st of June. Just login or register a free account and list your business or service here on Neighbourlink.

Use coupon code: COVID19

Us kiwis need to help each other out and this free listing will enable your business to be seen by everyone who views or searches up your business type on Neighbourlink.

Let's help each other by sharing this with any groups or owners so they can still have their name out there, so they are accessible during the lockdown.

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Covid 19 coronavirus alert: New Zealand to move to alert 4 lockdown for next four weeks

Schools and non-essential services across New Zealand will be closed for at least the next four weeks after the Government put the country in nationwide lockdown to try to stop the spread of coronavirus. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern acknowledged the magnitude of the measures as she announced them today, but said they could save the lives of tens of thousands of New Zealanders. The country's coronavirus alert level would be raised to level 3 immediately. In 48 hours the alert level would be raised to level 4 - "stay at home" instruction, schools and businesses closed except essential services, severely limited travel - and will remain in place for a minimum of four weeks. The Prime Minister's Office has confirmed that Alert Level 4 will take effect from 11.59pm on Wednesday. Essential services would still be open at both alert levels, she said. "Kiwis - go home ... If in doubt, don't go out," Ardern said of level 4. WHAT LEVEL 4 MEANS Once level 4 is in pl…
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Victor’s Place One Year Anniversary

Happy 1st Birthday New Victor’s Place @ 3 Collingwood Street, Hamilton. Victor’s Place is well known for the best selection & taste of Yum Cha, as well as the authentic Chinese dishes, and now we added Malaysia street food selection from our local ingredients. Victor’s Place is the best place for big or small functions, gatherings, weddings, birthday parties, we also have private rooms for Karaoko while you dining. To celebrate with us, every $100 spent, you will rewarded with $20 gift voucher towards your next purchase! Limited time only - 13/3/2020 to 31/3/2020. Make Victor’s Place your next dining destination! Booking 078395168 or 💥福满楼酒家新店一周年大庆 承蒙顾客朋友的厚爱,福满楼一路走来,新址旧情,初心不改。为大家提供最正宗的广式早茶,做最美味的传统点心。我们还有马拉西亚美食,卡拉OK包厢,承接各种大小型聚会/生日派对/婚礼婚庆。 ‼️自2020年3月13日起至3月31日,所有到店消费满💰100返20消费礼金🧧多买多返,每单最高返💰60‼️‼️ 地址:Victor…
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A Sculpture for Chengdu: Te Ao Hurihuri – The Ever changing world

'Te Ao Hurihuri-The ever changing' world' It was an honour to represent Kirikiriroa Hamilton in China as part of the International Sister city collaboration. About the Sculpture 'Te Ao Hurihuri' - The Ever changing world A Sculpture for Chengdu 'Te Ao Hurihuri' is designed to appear as if made using the iconic New Zealand farming material, No'8 steel wire. A material which has come to symbolise the 'spirit of resourcefulness', of solving problems using lateral thinking and creatively working with what we have - all characteristics of the 'can-do' 'kiwi' attitude. The flowing lines sketch out a 'Tiki', a distinct icon of New Zealand and the wider Pacific. This work attempts to reflect the resilience, strength, dynamic energy and flare of Maori and also tells of 'Maui' the Polynesian hero and adventurer. The more formal structures represent the concept of 'Turangawaewae' a persons 'place to stand' and are in contrast with the flowing lines of the sculpture which…
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