Western Lake, Featherston

24 days ago

Summer Top

Debbie from Greytown

Lovely lightweight summer top, near new. 100% viscose. Size 12
$10

Price: $10

25 days ago

Fabulous week of free workshops at Pukaha coming up.

Pixie from Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

To honour Waitangi Day Pūkaha are running a series of free, fun workshops (wānanga) where you can learn how to harvest and weave harakeke (flax).
Workshops run Mon 3 Feb - 7 Feb (including Waitangi Day).
Morning wānanga: 10.30am -12.30pm Afternoon wānanga 1.00pm - 3.00pm
The first hour … View more
To honour Waitangi Day Pūkaha are running a series of free, fun workshops (wānanga) where you can learn how to harvest and weave harakeke (flax).
Workshops run Mon 3 Feb - 7 Feb (including Waitangi Day).
Morning wānanga: 10.30am -12.30pm Afternoon wānanga 1.00pm - 3.00pm
The first hour includes a hikoi to Pūkaha's wetlands to learn about harakeke tikanga and sustainable harvesting, followed by hands-on learning to weave your own harkakeke tuna (fish) to take home. Give them a call to book first in first served! 06 375 8004.

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25 days ago

Waitangi day fun!

Pixie from Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

Get your family and friends together, pack a picnic and head to the Tauherenikau races. With live music, free kids entertainment and exciting racing action its a recipe for a great day out. Food trucks on site too.
Gates are open from 10am.

26 days ago

The Curtain Store is locally owned

The Curtain Store

Dennis Lind and the friendly, knowledgeable team at The Curtain Store provide a combination of good old fashioned service and expert advice.

Their crafted curtains, drapes, blinds and nets (terylenes) can be found in homes of happy customers all around the Hutt Valley, Wairarapa and Wellington … View more
Dennis Lind and the friendly, knowledgeable team at The Curtain Store provide a combination of good old fashioned service and expert advice.

Their crafted curtains, drapes, blinds and nets (terylenes) can be found in homes of happy customers all around the Hutt Valley, Wairarapa and Wellington region, including all the newest housing developments and Summerset Retirement Village.

With over 50 years combined experience, they ensure our customers get exactly the right product for their needs. They get to know customers’ design style and what they want, then use their knowledge to apply what works technically. “This definitely comes up with a superior result,” owner Dennis says. “Knowledge combined with understanding makes a huge difference. “There is nothing better than a customer loving what we have done – that is what all our staff live for - we don’t just want to make a sale – we work hard to make customers happy,” he says.

The Curtain Store has one of New Zealand’s largest' libraries of cut length display samples and one of the largest ranges of fabric rolls in store, which gives plenty of choice and design scope when decision making.
While The Curtain Store specialises in made to order drapes, blinds and other window treatments, plus everything needed for those keen to make their own. They are locally owned and offers a free, no-obligation, measure and quote.

The Curtain Store, 8 Queen Street, Upper Hutt. Phone 0508 4 DRAPES
Find out more

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27 days ago

SEW 4 U

Helen from Greytown

Sewing alterations and repairs - clothing and soft furnishings, by experienced dressmaker. Phone Helen 0274506410 to arrange drop off (Greytown based) or collection.

28 days ago

Poll: E-scooters: should they stay or should they go?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington is in a spin over e-scooters, with the city council receiving nearly 5000 submissions ahead of a decision on whether 800 electric scooters, operated by Uber-owned Jump and local startup Flamingo, will stay on the streets for the duration of an 18-month trial. What do you want to happen … View moreWellington is in a spin over e-scooters, with the city council receiving nearly 5000 submissions ahead of a decision on whether 800 electric scooters, operated by Uber-owned Jump and local startup Flamingo, will stay on the streets for the duration of an 18-month trial. What do you want to happen to the e-scooters?
www.stuff.co.nz...

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E-scooters: should they stay or should they go?
  • 17% Keep them, they're great
    17% Complete
  • 43.4% Keep them, but with better rules and enforcement
    43.4% Complete
  • 38.2% Get rid of them
    38.2% Complete
  • 1% Not sure
    1% Complete
  • 0.4% Other (comment below)
    0.4% Complete
1407 votes
26 days ago

Top Irish singer performing Thurs 30th at ARATOI get your ticket now!

Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

ANDY IRVINE is one of the great Irish singers. Performing for more than 50 years and hailed as “a tradition in himself”, he has toured the world and is a world music pioneer and an icon for traditional music and musicians.
BOB COOPER-GRUNDY and KATE MARSHALL (Bob and Kate) also perform with … View more
ANDY IRVINE is one of the great Irish singers. Performing for more than 50 years and hailed as “a tradition in himself”, he has toured the world and is a world music pioneer and an icon for traditional music and musicians.
BOB COOPER-GRUNDY and KATE MARSHALL (Bob and Kate) also perform with finger-picking Blues and Americana folk songs. Get your ticket from us at either the Masterton or Martinborough i-SITEs today (there are door sales but they're plus $5 so buy now!)

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27 days ago

What's your view of school uniforms?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Many parents can't afford them, their children invariably hate them - in his column today, Dave Armstrong asks: why are we still sending kids to school in boring public school uniforms? What's your view?

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27 days ago

Oil paonting

Steph from Greytown

Tuscan scene
900 long
610 wide

Price: $30

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27 days ago

Come celebrate Waitangi day with us!

Pixie from Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

With 2020 headliners Herbs Acoustic supported by Maisey Rika and other local acts, who wouldn't want to relax, unwind and enjoy Waifest at Queen Elizabeth Park. This year marking the 180th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty.
Fantastic day out for all the family to enjoy. Live … View more
With 2020 headliners Herbs Acoustic supported by Maisey Rika and other local acts, who wouldn't want to relax, unwind and enjoy Waifest at Queen Elizabeth Park. This year marking the 180th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty.
Fantastic day out for all the family to enjoy. Live entertainment, art, food stalls, storytelling and history.

Free admission. Starting at 10am on Thursday, 6 February 2020.

An opportunity for people of all cultures to explore what Waitangi Day means and celebrate our Tangata Whenau, the people and our beautiful region.

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27 days ago

Dracaena Marginata Plant

Debbie from Greytown

Dracaena Marginata plant 1.9m high, pot not included. Great for purifying the air, removes up to 87% of VOC's $50
Pickup in Greytown

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27 days ago

Dracaena Marginata Plant

Debbie from Greytown

Dracaena Marginata plant 1.9m high, pot not included. Great for purifying the air, removes up to 87% of VOC's $50
Pickup in Greytown

Price: $50

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27 days ago

It's that time again!

Pixie from Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

Martinborough Fair is on this Saturday 1st Feb 8am -4pm! Something for everyone with over 400 exhibitors it is the place to be to find top quality NZ-made crafts, clothing, great food and music too See you there.

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32 days ago

Jars with lids

Julia Neighbourly Lead from South Wairarapa District

I'd like to offer my place as a drop-off for people who want glass jars with lids. They could be little or large. A lot of us are making jams or preserves from our fruit and vegetable gardens at the moment. I've been recycling like mad, but lately have been collecting jars for apricot and… View moreI'd like to offer my place as a drop-off for people who want glass jars with lids. They could be little or large. A lot of us are making jams or preserves from our fruit and vegetable gardens at the moment. I've been recycling like mad, but lately have been collecting jars for apricot and blackberry jam, and elderberry syrup. Suddenly my stash of jars seems unequal to the task. Anyone out there who would like to participate?

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