Does anybody know of anyone doing alpaca shearing in the Wairarapa. Sadly Paul Eising passed away earlier this year. He had been shearing our alpacas for 20 years.
Electrification of the motoring industry is not only inevitable, it is happening at a far faster rate than most people were probably expecting.
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From 11.59PM tonight, Level 2 water restrictions are in place for Wellington and South Wairarapa. ?
This means there is a ban on sprinklers and irrigation systems. You can use handheld watering devices at any time, on any day, so long as you don't leave them unattended.
These restrictions are essential to ensure we have enough water to supply the entire region. This follows the recent warm and dry weather, a significant spike in water use, and dropping river levels.
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