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Comment by Fi and Steve on February 4, 2009 at 4:26pm
Hi if anyone is interested in our little cottage and would like to take a look please call 3723393 thanks Fi Baker.
Comment by Simon and Bronwyn Harvey on February 3, 2009 at 4:22pm
Do you want thick bamboo? We have lots that you can have. This is the really big stuff and we're keen to share it. Leave us a message here or call us on 7133.
Comment by John Stansfield on February 2, 2009 at 9:26pm
hi oooby folks, I have asked the hero staff at cleanstram to sort out bottles and jars suitable for jams and pickles. These will be available free from the end of the week. it would be good if everyone got a few and the staff got some nice jams and preserves dropped back for their trouble
johnny 3724070
Comment by Donna Maree Nicol on February 1, 2009 at 2:04pm
Hi, I'm looking for WWOOFing type jobs on Waiheke. Am available from Monday to Friday this week. I'm an older Kiwi woman, been travelling in Sth America, now cruising around our gorgeous country.
Experienced organic gardener and cook. Into permaculture, yoga, herbs, writing, music, nature, etc.
My cell phone number is 027 3903463 or call me at my friend's place here at Maraetai Beach 09 5365001.
I'd love to contribute to your garden/community life on Waiheke.
Chau for now
Donna
Comment by Fi and Steve on January 31, 2009 at 6:14am
Hi, ooooby tenant/friend wanted!We have a great little one bedroom cottage coming up for rent mid Feb. Its selfcontained,ie own bathroom and kitchen, fully furnished, but can be unfurnished, amazing seaviews,stunning sunsets,is on 15 acres next to Whakanewha Park,so has track thru the cascades to the beach,6 minutes drive to the ooooby store.$180 a week inc power,water,plus you are welcome to join our vege co op which we have up and running.An ooooby member who has an interest in a healthy lifestyle would be fantastic,thanks Fi.
Comment by John Stansfield on January 30, 2009 at 11:36pm
can anyone train me to make beautifful sticky labels for my preservrves using word and a n inkjet printer, payment in poreserves
Comment by Katherine on January 30, 2009 at 3:24pm
Just wondering if anyone has any ooooby pears, apples, avocado, banana or pumpkin? I'm going to start my baby on solids soon and would love to give him as much organic ooooby stuff as possible! Anything now or over the next couple of months would be great. Thanks!
Comment by Pete Russell on January 30, 2009 at 1:47pm
Ajadz Indian Restaurant is looking for suppliers of ooooby veges for the restaurant. If you think you can handle the demand on any of the lines below, please get in touch with Kiran on nzkiran@hotmail.com

Qty's per week.
Coriander - 2kg
Spinach - 20kg
Capsicum - 5kg
Tomatoes - 5kg
Lemons - 1kg
Cabbage - 5kg
Cauliflower - 5kg
Eggplant - 5kg
Carrots - 5kg

You don't need to be able to handle the whole list, just one or two items is cool. The important thing is continuity of supply of close to the same quantity every week. If you would like more clarity on this please feel free to drop me a message on my page.
Comment by Craig Brown on January 30, 2009 at 12:28pm
I have a multi-trunked Kanuka tree which was uprooted in the winter storms and is leaning on its neighbours. Half the trunks are dead and half still alive. I think it really needs to come out so it doesn't push over the other trees or fall on someone. Anyone able to offer an opinion on it (maybe it can be partially saved), or own a chainsaw and interested in helping me to cut part or all of it down in exchange for half of the timber for firewood?
Comment by Gabrielle Young on January 29, 2009 at 10:02am
Hi - I'd like to trade white peaches and plums for cucumbers and capsicums, basil or coriander. Also does anyone have or know how to get 5 wooden pallets to build compost bins
 

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