Boulcott, Lower Hutt

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19 days ago

Milazo Champion Helmet Black 55-58cm

Sheng from Hutt Central

• Fit for size 55-58cm
• Dial fit system
• Designed for user comfort
• 17 air vents
Brand new

Price: $15

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19 days ago

Love letters

The Team from Resene ColorShop Lower Hutt

Make words that have meaning to you and your family, or decorate a child’s room with their name for some handcrafted love using Resene paint.

Find out how to create your own.

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20 days ago

Paint it orange with Resene for Arthritis New Zealand!

Resene ColorShop

Buy any orange Resene testpot 60 ml at your local Resene owned ColorShop in November 2021 and Resene will donate $1 to Arthritis New Zealand!

The more orange testpots you buy, the more will be donated. Offer applies to all retail purchases of Resene orange testpots (includes metallics and wood … View more
Buy any orange Resene testpot 60 ml at your local Resene owned ColorShop in November 2021 and Resene will donate $1 to Arthritis New Zealand!

The more orange testpots you buy, the more will be donated. Offer applies to all retail purchases of Resene orange testpots (includes metallics and wood stains) at Resene owned ColorShops.

Help us help our fellow kiwis.
Find your local Resene ColorShop

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20 days ago

Do you need reliable, affordable internet?

The Team from NZ Compare

Kiwis simply need good internet! We all want to avoid buffering of doom and zoom meetings freezing but when it comes to switching your broadband plan or provider, it can be overwhelming with so many to choose from. Broadband Compare can help you!

NZ Compare CEO Gavin Male spoke to TV Three’s, … View more
Kiwis simply need good internet! We all want to avoid buffering of doom and zoom meetings freezing but when it comes to switching your broadband plan or provider, it can be overwhelming with so many to choose from. Broadband Compare can help you!

NZ Compare CEO Gavin Male spoke to TV Three’s, The AM Show about broadband connectivity in NZ, the cost of broadband and how prices have fallen, and connectivity improved. Check out the clip here.

Visit Broadband Compare to get yourself a better deal. Our service is free, we’re Kiwis helping Kiwis compare what’s out there across Power, Broadband and Money.
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20 days ago

Seven key reasons why you need to write your will

Public Trust

"Having a will in place means your family knows exactly what to do when you pass away. They can feel at ease knowing they are carrying out your final wishes the way you wanted." Kiran Prasad Principal Trustee in Wellington. Kiran had a chat with Stuff recently about the importance of … View more"Having a will in place means your family knows exactly what to do when you pass away. They can feel at ease knowing they are carrying out your final wishes the way you wanted." Kiran Prasad Principal Trustee in Wellington. Kiran had a chat with Stuff recently about the importance of sorting a will, especially when your circumstances change or at a key life stages. Check out the article in the link below.

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20 days ago

Help us to "Light up Loneliness" by encouraging your local council to get involved.

The Team from Age Concern New Zealand

Loneliness is a growing issue for Kiwis of all ages. But the good news is, that it is solvable!


The NZ Coalition to End Loneliness is running a ‘Light up loneliness’ campaign this month to raise awareness and encourage action on loneliness across Aotearoa.

The New Zealand Coalition to … View more
Loneliness is a growing issue for Kiwis of all ages. But the good news is, that it is solvable!


The NZ Coalition to End Loneliness is running a ‘Light up loneliness’ campaign this month to raise awareness and encourage action on loneliness across Aotearoa.

The New Zealand Coalition to End Loneliness is a growing group of non-profit organisations, businesses and researchers working together to end loneliness for individuals, in communities, and at workplaces in New Zealand.

They are now calling on Local Government to help them “Light up loneliness”.

“Imagine if every Mayor and Council across New Zealand helped promote the “Lets End Loneliness” website and made tackling loneliness a priority, using their own local community resources,” says Stephanie Clare, Age Concern New Zealand Chief Executive.

“It would be a gamechanger. Taking this issue out of the shadows, reducing the stigma and shame, and giving it light is the aim of the campaign” she says.

Social connection is a key factor for healthy, prosperous people, communities, and workplaces, but loneliness in New Zealand is increasing. In the March 2021 quarter 18.4% of New Zealanders felt lonely most, all or some of the time, up from 16.6% in 2018, and 13.9% in 2014.

“Many of us have experienced loneliness at some time in our lives and we know that feels horrible, but it can be addressed and solved. Together we can end loneliness for New Zealanders who feel isolated” says Sam Johnson, Founder and Chief Executive of Student Volunteer Army.

The letsendloneliness.co.nz website provides information on tackling loneliness and where to get help, as well as up-to-date news and research.

“The website is designed as a source of information which also links people to support services. We challenge every Local Council in New Zealand to create a link on their own websites to letsendloneliness.co.nz” says Sam Johnson.

The recent COVID-19 lockdown highlights that everyone can feel isolated and lonely. Catherine Hall, Chief Executive of Alzheimers New Zealand believes everyone should feel safe, supported, loved, and connected.

“Sadly, people often find family, whānau and friends take a step back just when they need them most. We stand alongside our coalition partners and with all New Zealanders, to make sure no one feels alone.”

Help light up loneliness! The campaign is not just for councils. Anyone can create a link to the letsendloneliness.co.nz or post a mention through social media channels to support the ‘Light up loneliness’ campaign.

Together we can end loneliness, one person, one community, one workplace at a time.

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29 days ago

water supply maintenance and repairs LHCC or ???

Byron from Naenae

Just wondering how many have been watching or understanding the 3 waters grab - certainly not enough detail in it for me - and for one i would vote our rates go down if they push ahead - who will be taking care of the pipe bursts? drainage issue? supply quality ?(which hasnt been an issue yet … View moreJust wondering how many have been watching or understanding the 3 waters grab - certainly not enough detail in it for me - and for one i would vote our rates go down if they push ahead - who will be taking care of the pipe bursts? drainage issue? supply quality ?(which hasnt been an issue yet but..), let alone are we soon to be having metered water?? at present any issues - clear lines - ring your council and they lodge it and send someone fairly quickly - reckon that will be the case when its controlled by a call centre based??????? www.stuff.co.nz...
and we have not been consulted - i havent seen anything - may have missed it ... www.stuff.co.nz...
jus sayin ....

20 days ago

Age Concern Wellington Region in the News

Lorna Harvey from Age Concern Wellington Region

Age Concern Wellington Region made the front page of the Dominion Post today! Read a little about our work:

www.stuff.co.nz...

30 days ago

Hardwick Lounge Lower Hutt

Rick from Belmont

When is the issue with Hardwick Lounge Toxic mould in the interior going to be addressed, we are in desperate need for venues in the area, with the Hardwick Lounge being left unattended for months. Can, we get an update please, from the council asap.

20 days ago

Tradies: Common Complaints

The Chiro from The Chiro - Lower Hutt

Following on from last weeks blog post regarding the typical stressors on tradies spines, this week we are discussing the common complaints attributed to those stressors.

Remember, although our bodies are incredible, our musculoskeletal system can only take on so much. When the repetitive nature … View more
Following on from last weeks blog post regarding the typical stressors on tradies spines, this week we are discussing the common complaints attributed to those stressors.

Remember, although our bodies are incredible, our musculoskeletal system can only take on so much. When the repetitive nature of the physical work overcomes the body's natural ability to adapt and heal, injuries and dysfunction can occur.

Common complaints seen within the trades:

😫 Neck pain

😕 Low back pain

😞 Headaches

😟 Sciatica

Click on the link to learn more about these common complaints, and stay tuned next week to learn how chiropractic can help! 👇

thechiro.co.nz...

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22 days ago

habitual thief

Naichao from Hutt Central

Dear Neighbours,
Who know this guy?
This is a confirmed and habitual thief!
He came our stores several times, and stole some things each time!
We now get a trespass notice for him.
Be careful of this man and report to police when you see him.
Keep safe!

Please email me (1003860413@qq.com) if you … View more
Dear Neighbours,
Who know this guy?
This is a confirmed and habitual thief!
He came our stores several times, and stole some things each time!
We now get a trespass notice for him.
Be careful of this man and report to police when you see him.
Keep safe!

Please email me (1003860413@qq.com) if you know his name.
Thanks

21 days ago

Funds needed for Kererū aviary

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

The Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust is trying to raise $10,000 for an aviary for injured Kererū.
The WBRT has been operating a bird rehabilitation hospital located in 24 hectares of farmland in Ohariu, near Johnsonville, for many years,
It treats over 1,000 birds a year, taking in all types … View more
The Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust is trying to raise $10,000 for an aviary for injured Kererū.
The WBRT has been operating a bird rehabilitation hospital located in 24 hectares of farmland in Ohariu, near Johnsonville, for many years,
It treats over 1,000 birds a year, taking in all types of native and non-native birds who have been injured or orphaned. This includes over 80 injured Kererū brought in annually by the community.
These big birds are much-loved and seen in increasing numbers in suburban areas, but unfortunately are often injured by cars, window strike, power lines, and by predators such as rats and stoats.
Go to www.wbrt.org.nz... to donate

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21 days ago

Venus and mars

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Stokes Valley photographer Rosa Marie posted this picture on Tuesday.
"Venus and the moon were being good buddies last night and were hanging out together! I dropped what I was doing and rushed outside. They looked fantastic together!"

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21 days ago
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21 days ago

auction for charity - SPCA wellington region

Byron from Naenae

One of a kind outdoor/indoor artwork - rollin coal diesel truck - all money raised will go to the SPCA Wellington organisation - many many hours work and this definitely wont bloew away in a strong wind :) needs to be sold before 5th december when the event is held :) please share amongst any and … View moreOne of a kind outdoor/indoor artwork - rollin coal diesel truck - all money raised will go to the SPCA Wellington organisation - many many hours work and this definitely wont bloew away in a strong wind :) needs to be sold before 5th december when the event is held :) please share amongst any and alll who may be interested and want to support a great organisation.
www.trademe.co.nz...

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