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Gutter Solutions Auckland

Gutter Solutions Auckland GUTTER CLEANING IN AUCKLAND If you have blocked gutters, or you want to prevent your gutters from becoming fully blocked, our gutter cleaning services are what you are looking for. We clear blockages and clean gutters on all types of roof/house in the Auckland. We also clear blockages in downpipes with the aim of ensuring water can flow freely along your gutters and down the downpipes of your home as it was designed to do. Environmentally Friendly Gutter Cleaning Service We deliver the highest possible standard of service when clearing your gutters, paying attention to details and focusing on common blockage points, including corners. Plus, we do this work in the most environmentally friendly way possible. This includes only using plant-based cleaning solutions to prevent contamination of water, lawns, and gardens. In addition, we remove all the dirt, muck, and sludge from your property, disposing of it sustainably in a community comp…
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Top Builders Christchurch Renovations

The Builders Christchurch Renovations looking to complete home renovations to give you extra space or update your property? Canterbury Builders can help. Whether you are looking to expand your property to accommodate a growing family, change the use of rooms or update key areas like kitchens and bathrooms, high-quality renovations can be a great way to improve your living standards. However if you have never done any kind of building work before, it can be a nerve-wracking prospect to think about demolishing parts of your property, or dramatically changing your living space. The experienced team at Canterbury Builders can talk through any questions you might have and guide you through the building process making it smooth and stress-free. We are a young company who enjoys exploring new technology and embracing innovation within the industry. From sustainable exterior cladding to feature walls or heating solutions we are across it. Canterbury Builders are registered Master Bu…
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An Introduction To Low And Slow BBQ By Mile Marker 66 Barbecue

We are a local competitive barbecue team from right here in Flagstaff and we are running a barbecue class mid February. If your looking to learn about solid fuel cooking and American style barbecue then check out the link below for how you can get along, or check out the events tab on our Facebook Mile Marker 66 Barbecue You’ll learn how to cook a competition winning steak then get your own steak to cook and eat. Plus we’re covering pork ribs, spitchcock chicken and have a local butcher coming along to give some hints and tips. https://fb.me/e/d7IeiFQD5
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Backpacking kākā in the Waikato Area

The kākā is a large, noisy, olive-brown parrot, endemic to New Zealand and usually found in native forest. Under threat particularly from predatory stoats and possums, and from habitat loss, kākā are classified nationally as “At Risk”. Kākā. For conservation purposes it is important to find out more about the birds’ movements: where the birds come from, what they do, where they go, and to understand what threats they face. In September 2020, 11 kākā were tagged jointly by scientists at Manaaki Whenua and the Department of Conservation (DOC) at sites near Hamilton and Morrinsville. Manaaki Whenua currently has a project underway, funded by MBIE’s Strategic Science Investment Fund, to find ways to improve native bird abundance in fragmented native forest, using kākā as a case study. Similarly, the Department of Conservation (DOC), has implemented a new Mobile Threatened Species research programme, which aims to identify stopover points, flight paths and threats for mobile …
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Hamilton City Council to open up food outlet ratings to the public

Stuff recently reported: Food outlets in Hamilton appear to be improving their hygiene standards and record-keeping. Soon Hamiltonians will be able to monitor where to buy their food  (or not)  themselves. The Hamilton figures seemingly represent an improvement on 2018/19, when 12 businesses incurred the attentions of council inspectors, and 2017/18, when eight food outlets suffered a black mark of some kind under the auspices of the Food Act 2014. And in 2021, diners, grocery shoppers and takeaway buyers will be able to access a database that informs them of how good (or bad) the city’s food outlets are before they make a choice of where to spend their money. Read more here: SOURCE
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Christmas Tree Concert in Hamilton’s Garden Place

It’s 27 metres tall to the tip of the star. That’s over 6 stories high. It takes a team of 15 people to install the frame and the lighting, fluff the branches and hang the baubles. This tree is huge! The tree dominates Garden Place once again in 2020 and will be a great focal point for the community to gather, watch, perform and celebrate the festive season. The tree will light up for the first time on Saturday 28th November 2020 with a special event that includes the opportunity to sing some favourite Christmas carols. The Christmas Tree continues to light up the December nights right through to New Year. This year we will be celebrating on Saturday 28th November 2020 SOURCE   https://youtu.be/OxFpab3Ja8g By Berry & Coffee
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