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19 hours ago

Canterbury ratepayers face 17.9% rates hike

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Canterbury households are facing a lower than expected rates rise after the regional council found savings, including delaying some transport projects.

After two days of deliberations last week, Environment Canterbury pulled back its proposed average … View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Canterbury households are facing a lower than expected rates rise after the regional council found savings, including delaying some transport projects.

After two days of deliberations last week, Environment Canterbury pulled back its proposed average rates rise from 24.2% to 17.9%.

Acting chairperson Craig Pauling said there were some tense negotiations, but he was pleased with the outcome.

The councillors voted on 15 main resolutions, with several resulting in close division among the 16 councillors, he said.

‘‘Even though it was tense throughout, there was good support at the end and people felt there was some good give and take in the room,’’ Pauling said.

‘‘The feeling in the room was, ‘we have done all we could have’.’’

More than 1300 submissions were received on the draft long-term plan, with 153 making oral presentations during the hearings, which were held over four days.

‘‘We tested the water with some bold options in our consultation and the response demonstrated there were mixed views, with some saying we needed to deliver more, while others identified we could make savings or prioritise work,’’ Pauling said.

Savings were made by delaying some of the proposed public transport projects, including delaying work on a mass transit business case until year 2 and postponing bus route improvement work until year three.

‘‘It makes sense to delay this work so we have a better idea of where the Government and Waka Kotahi (NZ Transport Agency) are heading,’’ Pauling said.

‘‘Some councillors thought we should be more cautious, but if we don’t put it in the plan, we don’t get anything from Waka Kotahi.’’

About three-quarters of submissions supported the council increasing its spending on ‘‘river resilience’’, including flood protection, and pest and weed control.

The council is proposing to invest $25 million a year, over the next 10 years, to boost flood protection.

There was strong support for a district-wide rate for river resilience in Selwyn, and the council was considering similar options from the Ashley Rakahuri River and other rivers in South Canterbury.

Pauling said it would need support from the community, local councils and ultimately central Government.

‘‘Over the last five years we have been getting more and more requests for how we might move forward in addressing our rivers.

‘‘It is recognition that rivers are important to everybody.’’

He said river resilience was a national issue, as disruption to bridges on major routes could affect the whole country.

‘‘Room for rivers’’ was an important conversation and could be achieved by buying land, such as Environment Canterbury buying land beside the Ashburton River.

Another example was the Waimakariri District Council’s land purchase on Lineside Rd, beside the Cam Ruataniwha River.

‘‘By acquiring the land we can do something great for the community,’’ Pauling said.

Council staff will now finalise the long-term plan before it is audited by Audit New Zealand and adopted by councillors on June 26.

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

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4 hours ago

Reduce suicide in Aotearoa

Suicide Reduction Trust

Support the Suicide Reduction Trust (SRT) increasing emotional awareness and coping skills, before life’s daily troubles come along to test us!

SRT run their “I am Me – I am Worthwhile” kaupapa programmes aimed at increasing self-awareness and (importantly) self-acceptance.

They also … View more
Support the Suicide Reduction Trust (SRT) increasing emotional awareness and coping skills, before life’s daily troubles come along to test us!

SRT run their “I am Me – I am Worthwhile” kaupapa programmes aimed at increasing self-awareness and (importantly) self-acceptance.

They also fund small group and individual Future Focused Therapy counselling, Support Groups and have an online AI Supporter tool coming!

SRT self-fund their important charitable work by running regular Super Raffles. You can win a $2m luxury home AND a 2024 Tesla Model 3 for only $20 at WinAHouse
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4 hours ago

Name the word...

Riddles from The Neighbourly Riddler

Name the word which is both a game and an insect.

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed? Head … View more
Name the word which is both a game and an insect.

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed? Head here and hover on the Following button (and it will show Unfollow) on the top right of the page and then click it. If it is giving you the option to Follow, then you've successfully unfollowed the Riddles page.

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4 hours ago

The True You Fashion Show 2024!

Ladies Who Thrive

Support our beautiful models and celebrate the essence of Mother Earth at this stunning event.

Date: Saturday 10 August
Time: 6.30pm

Venue of The True You Fashion Show 2024:
The Depot,
Lloyd Elsmore Park
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Support our beautiful models and celebrate the essence of Mother Earth at this stunning event.

Date: Saturday 10 August
Time: 6.30pm

Venue of The True You Fashion Show 2024:
The Depot,
Lloyd Elsmore Park
Sir Lloyd Drive
451 Pakuranga Road, Pakuranga
(Behind the netball courts)

Come and enjoy an evening of fashion and fun!
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3 days ago

Could the jury service process be improved?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Every year, thousands of New Zealanders are called up to serve as jurors in the High and District Courts, and it's an important way to contribute to your country.

But for some, jury service can be a huge disruption and a financial burden. Do you think changes could be made to our jury … View more
Every year, thousands of New Zealanders are called up to serve as jurors in the High and District Courts, and it's an important way to contribute to your country.

But for some, jury service can be a huge disruption and a financial burden. Do you think changes could be made to our jury service system to address these challenges?

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1 day ago

The riddles keep coming!

Riddles from The Neighbourly Riddler

A pair which you will cut and that begins and ends with ‘S’. Do you know what it is?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop … View more
A pair which you will cut and that begins and ends with ‘S’. Do you know what it is?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed? No worries! Simply head here and click once on the Following button.

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12 hours ago

Have your say on the Northern Pegasus Bay Bylaw 2024

The Team from Waimakariri District Council

Based on your feedback we have proposed changes to the Northern Pegasus Bay Bylaw. Click below to have your say

16 hours ago

Waimakariri Gorge Bridge Update and daytime closure

The Team from Waimakariri District Council

Following the successful sealing of the Waimakariri Gorge Bridge on Thursday 16 May the bridge is now open at night.

Attention now turns to the installation of the guardrail which will require short 10 minute closures during the daytime.


We had anticipated this to be complete by Friday 31 … View more
Following the successful sealing of the Waimakariri Gorge Bridge on Thursday 16 May the bridge is now open at night.

Attention now turns to the installation of the guardrail which will require short 10 minute closures during the daytime.


We had anticipated this to be complete by Friday 31 May but the pouring of the concrete beams has been slower than expected and will require another two weeks to complete.

Expect daytime short 10m closures until mid-June.

However, the slower progress has allowed the completion of other maintenance work to take place. We thank you for your continued patience.

16 hours ago

Product and food recalls

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

These items have been recalled, some in the last few days. If you have one of these items at home, click on the title to see the details to ensure it is not a risk to your household.

Food recalls:
Pams plant based creamy tomato pasta bake
Mrs Rogers Naturals brand gluten free batter mix
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These items have been recalled, some in the last few days. If you have one of these items at home, click on the title to see the details to ensure it is not a risk to your household.

Food recalls:
Pams plant based creamy tomato pasta bake
Mrs Rogers Naturals brand gluten free batter mix
The Collective brand Suckies strawberry probiotic yoghurt

Product recalls:
Country Road two-tone demm mug
Postie Little Kids adventure pants
Fortis heavy duty weight bench
Honda outboard marine engine
Quincy Mae baby/kids nightwear
Ryobi airwave stapler/nailer
Puretec Filtration
Grabstore pruning saw / chainsaw
Full Speed Ahead crankset

We hope this message was helpful in keeping you and your family safe.

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1 day ago

Which transport projects would you pick?

Auckland Transport

Our transport plan for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland is designed to make our city the best it can be.

There are a lot of projects to work on, but we can’t do them all at once. That’s why we need you to help us decide which projects are prioritised first.

Have your say with our 5 min surveyView more
Our transport plan for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland is designed to make our city the best it can be.

There are a lot of projects to work on, but we can’t do them all at once. That’s why we need you to help us decide which projects are prioritised first.

Have your say with our 5 min survey here by 17 June 2024.

The plan is looking to make improvement to:
Travel choices for Aucklanders, including train, bus, ferry, car, cycle or on foot.
Road infrastructure conditions.
Road safety.
Support growth and economic productivity.
Environmental outcomes.

Looking forward to your feedback.
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13 days ago
1 day ago

Glaucoma NZ free patient symposium

Glaucoma NZ

We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Tauranga Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 8th of June at Tauranga’s Armitage Hotel and Conference Centre.

Ophthalmologist Dr Sam Kain and Optometrists, Alex Petty and Julia Walker will explain what glaucoma is, how it is diagnosed, the … View more
We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Tauranga Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 8th of June at Tauranga’s Armitage Hotel and Conference Centre.

Ophthalmologist Dr Sam Kain and Optometrists, Alex Petty and Julia Walker will explain what glaucoma is, how it is diagnosed, the latest treatments and surgeries, and what you need to know about glaucoma eye drops.

Please click the link and complete the online form to register your attendance and to receive a reminder notice leading up to the event.
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17 hours ago

Waimakariri’s Dog of the District 2024

The Team from Waimakariri District Council

With annual dog registration upon us, there’s no better time to announce the fiercest competition for canines north of the Waimakariri Bridge.

Introducing… Waimakariri’s Dog of the District!

Follow the link to find out how to enter the competition

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1 day ago

The Building Guys

The Team from The Building Guys

Call us today! If you’re looking for a friendly family run business with over 35 years renovation experience then choose us.

We are based in East Auckland and have a team of good qualified people – Jade (the builder), Kelvin (the plumber), Chevi (the electrician) and Russell (the tiler) to … View more
Call us today! If you’re looking for a friendly family run business with over 35 years renovation experience then choose us.

We are based in East Auckland and have a team of good qualified people – Jade (the builder), Kelvin (the plumber), Chevi (the electrician) and Russell (the tiler) to do every job right. Our team follows industry guidelines on coronavirus safety procedures to keep your family protected.

Book online using the link below or call Lucy on 021 022 55 388 for a chat about your amazing renovation plans.

Be safe!
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1 day ago

Plz help wanting to help my daughter

Lou from Rangiora

She’s had terrible time would like eyelashes extensions done she 14 can anyone plz help me for tommrow

1 day ago

Stay dry under your Sanctuary Pergola.

Sanctuary Pergolas

As winter approaches, it's the perfect time to invest in a pergola for your outdoor space.

An pergola not only provides shelter from rain and wind but also creates a cozy, inviting atmosphere for gatherings. With the right setup, you can enjoy your patio or garden year-round, transforming … View more
As winter approaches, it's the perfect time to invest in a pergola for your outdoor space.

An pergola not only provides shelter from rain and wind but also creates a cozy, inviting atmosphere for gatherings. With the right setup, you can enjoy your patio or garden year-round, transforming it into a charming retreat even in colder months.

Protect your furniture, keep your outdoor area dry, and add a touch of elegance to your home with a stylish and functional pergola. Don't let the weather keep you inside—extend your living space with a pergola this winter!
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1 day ago

Longing for a faster TAN with less sun exposure?

Rae from Room To Heal

Not all tanning products are created equal - The Melanoboost difference. Melanoboost distinguishes itself through its utilisation of biomimetic peptides designed to assist the natural tanning process indoors and out.

These intelligent actives are designed to boost melanin concentration in the … View more
Not all tanning products are created equal - The Melanoboost difference. Melanoboost distinguishes itself through its utilisation of biomimetic peptides designed to assist the natural tanning process indoors and out.

These intelligent actives are designed to boost melanin concentration in the skin in the lead up to UV exposure.

Melanin is the pigment which makes our skin tan. Melanin is usually only produced when your skin is exposed to UV light, however the biomimetic peptides used by Melanoboost are designed to mimic melanogenesis without UV exposure which allows you to start the tanning process indoors. This is what makes the science of biomimetic tanning technology so game changing!

The more abundant your melanin levels are before you head outdoors, the better prepared your skin is for exposure to sunlight in moderate amounts, and the better its ability to tan more effectively with minimal sun exposure.

Of course, when spending time outdoors, we always recommend a balanced approach to UV exposure to maximise benefit and minimise risk, and the use sunscreen.

Shop the Melanoboost Range here: www.immersioncosmetics.co.nz...

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Price: $62.95

1 day ago

Celebrating heritage

NZ Lotto

Funds raised by Lotto New Zealand players fuels growth of Hakaru community hall

From joyous celebrations like weddings and birthdays, to solemn gatherings for farewells; Hakaru Community Hall stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of its community.

The hall has been the heart of HakaruView more
Funds raised by Lotto New Zealand players fuels growth of Hakaru community hall

From joyous celebrations like weddings and birthdays, to solemn gatherings for farewells; Hakaru Community Hall stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of its community.

The hall has been the heart of Hakaru for nearly a century and recently underwent a refresh to meet the changing needs of the community with funding support from Te Puna Tahua Lottery Grants Board.

“The grant has been huge in helping us make improvements, including the installation of a new entrance and upgrading of some of our older amenities,” says Secretary Dennis Reeve.

Over the years, the Hall has witnessed generations come together in times of happiness and sorrow and symbolises more than just a space, it’s a bond that unites the Hakaru community.

The grant also recently helped the hall committee to expand its offerings from hosting dance, yoga, and pilates classes to providing a space for local musicians to practice.

With every step forward, Hakaru Hall is committed to fostering connection, culture, and community spirit for another century to come with the help of local grants.

This is just one of the incredible causes keeping our heritage alive, with 100% of Lotto New Zealand’s profits going back to support thousands of great causes all over Aotearoa. So, every time you play any Lotto New Zealand game, it’s a win for our communities.

Read more Local Grants recipient stories
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1 day ago

Powerline tampering/theft across Christchurch.

The Team from Canterbury Police

Police are appealing for information following recent incidents of powerline tampering and theft across Christchurch.

Over the last 10 days, Police have been notified of increasing reports of powerline theft and tampering.
Incidents occurred in multiple central locations such as Disraeli Street… View more
Police are appealing for information following recent incidents of powerline tampering and theft across Christchurch.

Over the last 10 days, Police have been notified of increasing reports of powerline theft and tampering.
Incidents occurred in multiple central locations such as Disraeli Street in Addington, the area surrounding Hillview Road and Phillips Road in Phillipstown and Brougham Street, they are as wide spanning as West Melton, Halswell, and Marshlands.

Police have informed Community Patrol and Frontline Police units on what to look out for and have communicated with businesses and residents in affected areas.
Police are also engaging with local scrap metal dealers as part of the investigation.
On multiple recent occasions powerline tampering and the theft of copper from the powerlines have led to power outages on affected streets.

Typically once the offenders get what they want, the powerlines are left in an exposed and dangerous state. In one occasion powerlines were tampered with and left broken outside of a Phillip Street Preschool. Fortunately, no one has been harmed, but as far as Police are concerned it is only a matter of time.

Senior Sergeant Roy Appley says: “Our message to offenders is to stop this behaviour before someone, including yourself, gets hurt.
“You are putting yourselves and others at extreme risk of electrocution, for such a small return.”
We are appealing to the public for any information that could assist in identifying and locating those involved.
“If you hear anything out of the ordinary overnight, do not think nothing of it.
“We need Christchurch residents to be aware of the risk of exposed or damaged wires – do not touch them and call Orion on 0800 363 9898 straight away,” says Snr Sgt Appley.
Police urge residents to ring 111 immediately if you see anyone acting suspiciously around power poles and lines, or 105 after the fact

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2 days ago

Keep yourself protected against Covid

Ministry of Health

It might not be making quite so many headlines these days, but unfortunately, Covid is still here. If you’re 65 or over, taking care of yourself is just as important as ever.

The good news is, keeping up to date with the Covid vaccine can help protect you from serious illness. It’s free. And… View more
It might not be making quite so many headlines these days, but unfortunately, Covid is still here. If you’re 65 or over, taking care of yourself is just as important as ever.

The good news is, keeping up to date with the Covid vaccine can help protect you from serious illness. It’s free. And recommended for you and many others as long as you haven’t had the vaccine, or Covid, in the last 6 months.

To book your vaccination, or talk to your healthcare provider.
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3 days ago

Neurodiversity in schools: ‘It’s not new, but our understanding has increased’

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

North Canterbury schools say supporting children with conditions like autism, ADHD, dyslexia and anxiety is ‘‘not new’’, but there is greater understanding of neurodiversity.

A recent report from the Education Hub, an organisation which connects… View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

North Canterbury schools say supporting children with conditions like autism, ADHD, dyslexia and anxiety is ‘‘not new’’, but there is greater understanding of neurodiversity.

A recent report from the Education Hub, an organisation which connects teachers with education research, warned schools were failing neurodivergent children.

It said the education system was broken and heading for a major crisis, and it called for more funding.

Rangiora High School head of student support Tim Heidmann said up to 15% of students had a diagnosis one or more neurodivergent conditions and/or learning difficulties.

‘‘I don’t think having neurodivergence is anything new, but our understanding has increased.

‘‘We have always had people with autism in our society, so that’s not new, but our ability to respond is better."

Heidmann said he regularly met with whānau to discuss a student’s needs and what supports were available, but this was always limited by resources.

‘‘We can be prepared and forewarned, but in terms of having specific supports, it is responsive to the needs of the child.’’

It meant the school needed to be flexible, as each students’ needs were different.

While a diagnosis helped to guide how a student might be supported, it did no excuse ‘‘bad behaviour’’, he said.

‘‘It does help us to understand why a student might be behaving in this way. It might be their way of asking for help.’’

Kaiapoi High School principal Jason Reid said staff worked out a plan to support neurodivergent students based on a range of information from whānau, previous schools and outside agencies.

‘‘If we know what techniques have worked well and what techniques have been ineffective, we can use that to work out a pathway of learning.

‘‘A lot of it is about putting good information in teachers’ hands.’’

Catering for the diverse needs in a modern classroom provides a challenge for teachers, who are more aware than ever that one size does not fit all, Reid said.

‘‘We were discussing the other day whether there is a greater proportion of neurodivergent students than ever before.

‘‘Our group could not agree on a straightforward ‘yes' or ‘no' answer to this question.

‘‘It seems there is a greater proportion of our community who are neurodiverse.

‘‘However, are we just better at identifying neurodiversity, are we more aware of what neurodiversity looks like?’’

Reid said in the past what we now define as neurodivergent may have been identified ‘‘in different ways, or not at all’’.

Community Wellbeing North Canterbury Trust manager Deirdre Ryan advised parents who were concerned about their children to contact their GP for advice in the first instance.

The trust worked collaboratively with local schools offering a range of services, including being a Mana Ake (years 1 to 8) and a Manu Ka Rere (13-24 years) provider.

Both programmes offer mental health support in schools.

Support was also available through Parent to Parent (parent2parent.org.nz), Autism New Zealand (autismnz.org.nz) and ADHD New Zealand (adhd.org.nz).

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

3 days ago

Get That Healthy Gut Feeling

Xtendlife

Hi neighbours – it's the team from Xtendlife!

Boost your digestive health and vitality with Xtendlife’s Healthy Gut Bundle. Featuring prebiotic-rich Kiwi-Klenz and premium Omega 3 / QH Premium CoQ10 fish oil, it provides your body with gut-friendly nutrients to foster beneficial … View more
Hi neighbours – it's the team from Xtendlife!

Boost your digestive health and vitality with Xtendlife’s Healthy Gut Bundle. Featuring prebiotic-rich Kiwi-Klenz and premium Omega 3 / QH Premium CoQ10 fish oil, it provides your body with gut-friendly nutrients to foster beneficial bacteria growth, enhance protein digestion, and reduce bloating and toxin accumulation. Visit our website to discover better digestion.

In good health,
The Xtendlife Team
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3 days ago

BRAND NEW Dress

Elisabeth from Rangiora

Gorgeous dark gray dress with gold accents. Size XXL.

Price: $20

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3 days ago

Do good in the dark times

Victim Support

The impact of crime, suicide, and traumatic events can be overwhelming, but as a Victim Support volunteer, you can help victims navigate their darkest moments. With your empathy and support, victims can feel empowered to take the next steps.

Our volunteers are everyday heroes who provide … View more
The impact of crime, suicide, and traumatic events can be overwhelming, but as a Victim Support volunteer, you can help victims navigate their darkest moments. With your empathy and support, victims can feel empowered to take the next steps.

Our volunteers are everyday heroes who provide essential guidance and a listening ear. You don’t need to be a professional; just bring your genuine self and a willingness to make a difference. Join our team and be the difference in someone's life today.

With heartfelt thanks,
The Victim Support Team
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3 days ago

BRAND NEW Sandals

Elisabeth from Rangiora

NEW, size 10. Woven like material. Pick up Rangiora.

Price: $20

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3 days ago
3 days ago

As voted by you New Zealand

Charles Upham Retirement Village

Ryman is proud to be recognised as New Zealand’s Most Trusted Brand in Aged Care & Retirement Villages once again! So we want to say THANK YOU Aotearoa, for your continued trust and support. Together, we’ll continue building vibrant communities where everyone can thrive.

Here’s to 10 … View more
Ryman is proud to be recognised as New Zealand’s Most Trusted Brand in Aged Care & Retirement Villages once again! So we want to say THANK YOU Aotearoa, for your continued trust and support. Together, we’ll continue building vibrant communities where everyone can thrive.

Here’s to 10 more years of trust and excellence! #Ryman #MostTrusted #Community

Click read more for more information.

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3 days ago

Road Reconstruction Work

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport

From early June, road reconstruction work will begin on State Highway 2, High Street, Carterton until early July, weather permitting.

The works are between Rhodes Street and south of Andersons Line. Southbound vehicles will need to detour at Somerset Road, Carters Line and Park Road which adds a… View more
From early June, road reconstruction work will begin on State Highway 2, High Street, Carterton until early July, weather permitting.

The works are between Rhodes Street and south of Andersons Line. Southbound vehicles will need to detour at Somerset Road, Carters Line and Park Road which adds a significant amount of time to journeys. Northbound traffic can travel through High Street with speed limits in place. We encourage you to plan ahead to avoid delays.

This section of the road is in poor condition so it’s important for the safety of everyone who uses the road that this work is undertaken. The works will be unavoidably disruptive for the Carterton community and SH2 users in the Wairarapa.

We appreciate that roadworks are inconvenient for neighbours, and thank the community in advance for their patience while we complete these major works.
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5 days ago

A Whole New Lifestyle

Acacia Cove

Care, Community, And Connection

Acacia Cove, a country-style village situated on the beautiful Wattle Downs Peninsula has 31 weekly activities.

For those who appreciate the tranquility of an estuary setting Acacia Cove has it all, as well as its own restaurant, heated indoor pool, library, … View more
Care, Community, And Connection

Acacia Cove, a country-style village situated on the beautiful Wattle Downs Peninsula has 31 weekly activities.

For those who appreciate the tranquility of an estuary setting Acacia Cove has it all, as well as its own restaurant, heated indoor pool, library, bowling green and gym.

Whether you choose to live in a villa or one of our luxurious apartments, you’ll have the security of a 24 hour, fully monitored emergency call system built in.
If you’re aged 60 or over, value your independence but want greater security, come and have a look at the superb properties we have to offer.

Contact long time manager Bruce to book a visit today!
(09) 268 8522.
admin@ocaciacove.co.nz
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6 days ago

The Resene Wallpaper Sale is on!

Resene

Now is your chance to dress up your walls and save 25% off* the extensive range of Resene wallpapers available at your local Resene ColorShop! Patterned or bold, textured or neutral – there’s something to suit all tastes. Offer ends 17 June 2024.

* Discount off the normal retail price at … View more
Now is your chance to dress up your walls and save 25% off* the extensive range of Resene wallpapers available at your local Resene ColorShop! Patterned or bold, textured or neutral – there’s something to suit all tastes. Offer ends 17 June 2024.

* Discount off the normal retail price at Resene owned ColorShops and participating resellers. Excludes wall decals, WallPrint and clearance items. Not available in conjunction with any other offer.

View the full selection of wallpapers at your local Resene ColorShop and get a taste of some of the options online.
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