• $25
    Mon, Aug 23, 12:00 PM
    thanks, Avalon Peninsula
    PAR 20 never opened 25 ea or best offer
  • $10
    Wed, Aug 25, 5:22 AM
    Carbonear, Avalon Peninsula
    Bar tending glove. No rips or tears.
  • Thu, Oct 14, 10:06 AM
    Gander, Central/Interior
    Looking to buy deep cycle batteries for solar powered rv/cabin system. Picture for ad purposes only not necessarily exactly what Im looking for.
  • $40
    Fri, Oct 8, 4:22 PM
    Gander, Central/Interior
    Plate aluminum structural frames, factory constructed. 4 identical, one slightly smaller. Great to incorporate into a fabrication project.
  • $20
    Sat, Sep 11, 8:02 PM
    Gander, Central/Interior
    I have a Grote 71422 warning triangle flare kit for sale. The kit comes with two warning triangles.
  • Sat, Oct 9, 11:41 AM
    Port aux basques/ Corner Brook, West Coast
    Looking to BUY video of High School Boys Broomball Championship games in Corner Brook 1988/89 and Port aux Basques 1989/90. if no video,then News paper clippings or even Pictures,etc. thanks
  • Fri, Sep 17, 10:10 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Plywood pallets free for the taking. Located at Penney Kia on Kenmount Road. Please no calls or emails. If the add is up, they are still here. Come take what you want.
  • Wed, Oct 13, 8:24 PM
    Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula
    Looking for any Unwanted Moose Meat for my Dog that has Allergies We feed him moose meat to help with this. If you have any freezer burnt that you no longer want we would gladly accept it. I can be reached at 769-5979 (Call or Text) as well as Email. Thanks for taking the time to read the ad and have a great day :)
  • Mon, Oct 4, 1:34 PM
    st.john's, Eastern
    My family and I have been going through some hard times and recently has been the hardest. We are a low income family who could use some help with food/groceries. Been having a hard time keeping any amount of food on the table. I have just been recently diagnosed with Crohns Disease.My wife recently has had a few anxiety attack because of our situation and been diagnosed with A-Fib so we have been back and forth to the doctors to try to get her better but it has been incredibly hard. Lots of medical appointments has caused us to spend quite a bit of money to spend on transportation as we have no vehicle. Some medications needed also arent covered therefore we have to pay for it by ourselves. We cant even keep up with the light bill as each month the amount we go keeps getting bigger and bigger. We cant even afford to get a turkey with the fixings as its just too much money for us at this moment We barely have any food left and are in dire need of some help from anyone who is willing to give it. Also have a 7 year old little boy who could use some size 7 clothes. We also dont have a vehicle so getting around is much more difficult. Also we have tried numerous places like some local groups in town, food banks and churches with no luck unfortunately Any help would be greatly appreciated and we would be very thankful for any help whatsoever. Please no negative comments, we feel bad enough and down in the dumps as it is
  • Thu, Oct 7, 5:33 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    I make Rosaries and give them away for free. If you would like a free Rosary, please message me with your mailing address and I’ll send you one. I, along with some friends of mine, pool our resources to distribute these Rosaries around Newfoundland and Labrador. So there is no cost to you. I simply want to spread the immense joy received when people unite themselves with Our Lady in a powerful prayer to Our Lord. If I can help even just one person say an extra, the world will be a better place. Some people would call what I do a random act of kindness. I typically send a random colour. If you would like a Rosary of a particular colour, just ask and I will send it if I can. I have red, deep blue, baby blue, pink, black, green, purple, silver, and Newfoundland Tricolour. I also have free Miraculous Medals and free Brown Scapulars for those who ask. All items have been blessed by a Catholic Priest. I live in the St. John’s area. Obviously, mail is the best option to reach rural Newfoundland and Labrador. Around St. John’s, I still prefer to use the mail as it is much simpler. With my work schedule and number of requests received, it would be difficult to coordinate individual pick ups or drop offs. Free postage too.