Smithy's Noticeboard Community
Dave Smith aka Smithy is the Big Boss of the Glenorchy Motors - where our PO Boxes are located and also it is the home of our village's NOTICE BOARD. So this is the online version of Smithy's Noticeboard.
We encourage everyone to use it - these classifieds go miles!
To send your classifieds for publishing please use firstname.lastname@example.org
COUCH FOR SALE
2 seater couch for sale
Please contact Lesley 027 4609783 with an offer.
Can you provide a stable and loving environment for tamariki until it’s safe for them to return home?
All children need a place where they can feel at home with their wider whānau or caregivers. Those who can give them aroha, a place of belonging and connection with family, whakapapa and culture
Caregiving can be hard at times but the rewards can be amazing. Your aroha can make all the difference.
For more information about becoming an Oranga Tamariki caregiver, please get in touch anytime on:
0508 CARERS (0508 227377) www.orangatamariki.govt.nz
WANTED - OLD BLUE RECYCLING BINS
Old blue recycling bins wanted
They make a great nursery for a broody hen
Contact Joanna 0220 73 2201, or email@example.com
TEMPORARY HOME NEEDED
Temporary home needed from beginning of December until autumn.
Caravan, wool shed, shed or campsite for my tent all considered.
Doesn’t need to be flash, as I’m at work or the allotment most of the time - just need a tap and a loo…
I don’t need: power; wi-if; hot water; furniture.
Contact Joanna 0220 73 2201, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for Drivers/ Guides based in Glenorchy for our Track transport and tours for the coming summer season.
BIN TAKE BACK IS COMING
QLDC is organising Bin Take-Back - a one-off free collection of old kerbside wheelie bins.
It is optional and residents are welcome to keep their old kerbside bins if they want to. The collected bins will be recycled in Christchurch.
Old, empty bins should be put out by 7am on the correct Bin Take-Back day and left out until picked up (it may take a few days to pick them all up).
Glenorchy’s Bin Take-Back day is Friday 1 November.
If you live in a township, place your old bins at your normal kerbside bin collection spot.
If you live in a subdivision or country road off the main highways listed below, bring your old bins out to the highway and leave them on the verge.
Glenorchy-Queenstown Rd from Sunshine Bay to Glenorchy (includes Closeburn and Bob’s Cove)
You can also drop off your old empty kerbside bins to the inorganic collection site during Labour weekend (8am-5pm, Saturday 26 October - Monday 28 October) at: Glenorchy rec ground (access via corner of Mull and Oban Streets).
The Bin Take-Back programme is for the QLDC red rubbish bin and QLDC blue recycling bin. New kerbside bins and bins from other waste providers will not be collected as part of Bin Take-Back.
ONE LANE BRIDGE-ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION
0ne lane bridge-road closure information..
GLENORCHY RACE DAY STALL HOLDERS
CALLING ALL STALL HOLDERS
Are you interested in having a stall or fundraising at the Glenorchy Races – Saturday 4th January 2020?
If you are, please send a letter to the Lakeside Rugby Club by 5th November:
email to Brylee email@example.com
RECRUITING FOR A MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Surrounded by spectacular mountain terrain, The Headwaters organization with the eco-retreat Camp Glenorchy, Mrs Woolly’s Campground and Mrs Woolly’s General Store, is located just a 40-minute drive from Queenstown.
We are hiring a full time permanent Maintenance Technician. This position requires a multi-skilled trades professional who has a broad range of experience in plumbing, carpentry, mechanical, landscaping and other trades repair and maintenance.
About The Position
Supports the maintenance and preventative maintenance activities for the infrastructure, buildings, vehicles, systems and plant
Requires a working knowledge of engineering concepts, including electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems
Includes project management and the ability to interpret plans, specifications and schematics
Wheels Tracks and Rollers license is an advantage
Involves on call and after hours responses to urgent issues; may include weekend schedules; living locally or within easy driving distance is required
Applicant must be legally able to work in New Zealand
Please request a copy of the job description by emailing jobs@TheHeadwaters.co.nz, and apply by sending a cover letter noting the position you are applying for, your CV and contact details to the same email address.
ROOM, CARAVAN, OR BELL TENT NEEDED
Looking for a low cost room, caravan or bell tent in Glenorchy region
My name is Simon and I am hoping to stay in the GY area for a couple of months from the end of October. If anybody knows of somewhere I can stay for this period I would really appreciate any leads. It can be a bit out of Glenorchy in the nature too. My partner works at AroHa so want to be reasonably close to there.
Get in touch with me either on Whatsapp: +64 27 303 3793
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CUPS FOR THE FLOWER SHOW
Please return Cups to Ronda asap, can drop in to Made in Glenorchy during opening hours.
BARRIERS TO CUTTING DOWN WASTE
Sustainable Queenstown is helping Wastebusters with their research into the barriers local people face when it comes to cutting down on waste.
We’d love you to take this SURVEY and also share through your networks or social media channels.
Everyone who completes the survey can go into the draw to win one of three $150 dinner vouchers.
It will really help to understand the barriers to minimising waste so please grab a cuppa and give 5 minutes to answer the questions
The Rubbish Trip returns to Queenstown to deliver their popular presentation on zero waste living as part of the 2019 ONE New Zealand Summit, and kindly supported by Wanaka Wastebusters and Sustainable Queenstown.
LINK TO THE EVENT HERE
Join Hannah and Liam, the Two No-Waste Nomads behind The Rubbish Trip, for an introduction to the practicalities and philosophy of waste reduction. Hannah and Liam will guide you through the whys and the hows of life without a rubbish bin, including:
- What is the zero waste movement? Why is waste reduction important?
- How zero waste principles can revolutionise your perspectives on living and lifestyle, beyond your rubbish bin.
- Innovative examples of waste minimisation policy, practice and thinking from around the globe, and how these might inform community-level waste reduction.
- Tips for how you can reduce the rubbish in your life (including fun DIY household products, cosmetics, and other life hacks).
This event is free; everyone is welcome. Free zero waste nibbles will be provided.