East Harbour, Lower Hutt

25 days ago

Naenae Dental 3D Denture Printing

Naenae Dental Clinic

A revolutionary new technology is transforming the lives of denture wearers in Wellington. Using the magic of 3D printing, Naenae Dental Clinic is providing high quality, perfectly fitting dentures in just two-three days instead of the usual prolonged wait of four weeks.

Plus, patients have to … View more
A revolutionary new technology is transforming the lives of denture wearers in Wellington. Using the magic of 3D printing, Naenae Dental Clinic is providing high quality, perfectly fitting dentures in just two-three days instead of the usual prolonged wait of four weeks.

Plus, patients have to visit the clinic only two-three times compared with the four or more trips needed with the old way of making dentures which might takes more than a month.

Naenae Dental Clinic is the first clinic in Wellington and maybe the country to offer 3D printed dentures.

Thanks to this new technology, the dentist and technicians at the Lower Hutt practice now have an accurate, fast and immediate solution to elevate the quality of care. Treatment planning has become easier and more effective.

To sum up, the benefits to patients include:
• Less time waiting for dentures to be made - it will take two to three days from start to finish.
• Fewer visits to the clinic – just two visits
• Better fitting dentures
• Long-term cost savings (as these dentures don’t break easily)
• If you get your dentures made at Naenae Dental Clinic and accidentally lose it, don’t panic.

For more information contact The friendly team at Naenae Dental Clinic
Hillary Court, Naenae, 5011 Lower Hutt. Phone 04-567 4752, email reception@naenaedentalclinic.co.nz.
Opening hours 8.30am - 5.30pm Monday-Friday and 8.00am - 6.00 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Visit us for more information.
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25 days ago

St Vincent de Paul FREE Pop-Up Shop

Monica from Waterloo

Hi Neighbours! This is just to let you know that there will be a free pop-up shop on Saturday 14 November from 10am to 2pm at St Bernadette's Church Hall, 190 Naenae Road, Naenae. As mentioned everything in the hall will be FREE and we would love to see locals who need anything there on the … View moreHi Neighbours! This is just to let you know that there will be a free pop-up shop on Saturday 14 November from 10am to 2pm at St Bernadette's Church Hall, 190 Naenae Road, Naenae. As mentioned everything in the hall will be FREE and we would love to see locals who need anything there on the day! If you have goods to contribute to the pop-up shop you can bring them to the hall on Friday 13th November between 3pm and 4pm. Any questions call Mary on 027 3039144.

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26 days ago

Hazardous Waste Collection

Hutt City Council Communications

Drop off your household hazardous waste and we'll dispose of it correctly for free.

Drop off things like:
• petrol and oils,
• garden, cleaning and pool chemicals,
• thinners and degreasers,
• batteries (except single-use button and alkaline)

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Drop off your household hazardous waste and we'll dispose of it correctly for free.

Drop off things like:
• petrol and oils,
• garden, cleaning and pool chemicals,
• thinners and degreasers,
• batteries (except single-use button and alkaline)

Not accepting:
• Paint
• Commercial waste
• Electronics
• Fluorescent light tubes and LED lights
• Medical waste
• Gas bottles and cylinders
• Asbestos
• Ammunition or explosives
Find out more

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28 days ago

Rising youth crime and gang violence, a problem in Wainuiomata

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Concerns about the rise of youth crime, gang violence and lack of police visibility were aired at a public meeting in Wainuiomata on Monday night.
About 65 members of the community gathered for an open forum-style meeting at the Louise Bilderbeck Hall.
Senior sergeant Brad Allen said gangs offered … View more
Concerns about the rise of youth crime, gang violence and lack of police visibility were aired at a public meeting in Wainuiomata on Monday night.
About 65 members of the community gathered for an open forum-style meeting at the Louise Bilderbeck Hall.
Senior sergeant Brad Allen said gangs offered youth money, kudos and power.
“It’s not just an issue that’s going to be solved at this meeting, it’s a long-term thing,” Allen said, referring to a lack of activities for youth in the area.
Wainuiomata Trail Park president Dirk Skagen said there had been a number of recent incidents “endangering the safety of park users”.
When people approached the police or council previously, they did not respond with urgency, he said.

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26 days ago

Show Time

Hugo from Epuni

A Great Face For Radio
Hutt City Musical Theatre Inc
Yes we open today. The only show we can run this year the other two were canned. It’s a great show which needs a full house. There are still seats waiting for you.

Bookings www.trybooking.com... or www.facebook.com...

Tickets are $19 and… View more
A Great Face For Radio
Hutt City Musical Theatre Inc
Yes we open today. The only show we can run this year the other two were canned. It’s a great show which needs a full house. There are still seats waiting for you.

Bookings www.trybooking.com... or www.facebook.com...

Tickets are $19 and $16 for seniors.

It's time to dust off the petticoats and stove-pipes, and shimmy back to the 60s with the gang from Radio HCMT! Get ready for one rock n' rollicking escapade after another with A Great Face for Radio! The show follows the going ons, high jinx and hilarity back stage at the HCMT Radio! Proudly brought to you by Hutt City Musical Theatre.

Between Wednesday 4 November 2020 7:30 PM and Saturday 14 November 2020 7:30 PM

LOCATION

Epuni Hall

40 Mitchell Street, Epuni, Lower Hutt, 5011

Shimmy back to the 50/60s songs. Follows the going ons, high jinx and hilarity back stage at the HCMT Radio! Bookings //www.trybooking.com/nz/book/event?eid=3479 or

Negotiable

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27 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This should not be too hard this week.
Where is this and why are they are marching?

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26 days ago

Neighbourly 101: Information for service providers

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Got a side hustle going on? If you’re a babysitter, gardener, tutor or any casual service provider, it’s easy to reach local customers in your neighbourhood. All you have to do is set up a Neighbourly business profile!

Having this feature puts you a cut above the rest, with your business … View more
Got a side hustle going on? If you’re a babysitter, gardener, tutor or any casual service provider, it’s easy to reach local customers in your neighbourhood. All you have to do is set up a Neighbourly business profile!

Having this feature puts you a cut above the rest, with your business easy to find for Neighbours in our Business Directory. To get yourself business ready, follow these steps below:

- Head to our business directory by clicking ‘Businesses’ button at the top of your noticeboard.
- Click ‘Become Premium Business' (you can find this at the categories section).
- Have a browse! You can read all of our info and make a decision on whether your service will be more suited to a Premium Business Profile or a free profile.
- Follow all the steps in the sign-up process and you’re good to go.

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27 days ago

Trimming of hedging

Peter from Fairfield

Hi All
Can anyone recommend a suitable person or is there anyone available to do some trimming of box hedging on my property as well as a large hedge on my driveway. I'm getting a bit older now , my joints feeling it lol and unable to do these jobs like i used to. Also I would need the … View more
Hi All
Can anyone recommend a suitable person or is there anyone available to do some trimming of box hedging on my property as well as a large hedge on my driveway. I'm getting a bit older now , my joints feeling it lol and unable to do these jobs like i used to. Also I would need the person to take the clippings away to the tip
I live locally in Norton Park Ave
I will pay accordingly
Cheers

Pete 0272320011

26 days ago

Rooster in the grass

Louise from Woburn

Other naturalists have brought you "The March of Penguins" and "Gorillas in the Mist", but I . . . I bring you "Rooster in the Grass - a New Zealand story". National Geographic - you have my number. Snapped at Days Bay.

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27 days ago

A warm welcome to our Alaskan godwits

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Hi Neighbourly folk it is not Feathered Friend Friday but when I saw this post from Lower Hutt photographer Louise Thomas, I thought it was too good not to use.
Read what she had to say about her godwit/kuaka pictures.

"Sometimes the most extraordinary birds come in the plainest of packaging,… View more
Hi Neighbourly folk it is not Feathered Friend Friday but when I saw this post from Lower Hutt photographer Louise Thomas, I thought it was too good not to use.
Read what she had to say about her godwit/kuaka pictures.

"Sometimes the most extraordinary birds come in the plainest of packaging, and so it is for the bar-tailed godwit/kuaka (Limosa lapponica). Their plain packaging is of course a perfect camouflage - with variegated shades of brown echoing the ripples of mud and sand where they feed.
Seen here foraging on a mud flat at the Waikanae River estuary, they shove their long beaks into the muddy sand and pull up rubbery bits of Godwit-knows-what which they gulp with gusto – not surprising as they are probably absolutely famished.
These migratory birds begin arriving in New Zealand from early September, after an extraordinary often non-stop eight to nine-day 11,000-12,000 km flight from western Alaska.
We are also lucky enough to get the occasional bird on Petone Beach and around the Hutt Estuary, but I was thrilled to see eight in non-breeding plumage congregated on the mud at Waikanae."

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27 days ago

Do you need Regular Gardening Maintenance or Landscaping?

Joshua from Kelburn Price Smart Landscaping and Gardeners

Do you often find your garden looking less than satisfactory? We work within your budget, and only when you need us, to ensure your garden is looking tidy all year round.
For a reasonable estimate, Give us a call at 027 548 9818 Or Visit www.pricesmart.co.nz...

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27 days ago

Whitby Collegiate Information Evening at Kāpiti Community Centre

Whitby Collegiate Limited

Come along to our Information Evening at the Kāpiti Community Centre on Thursday 12 November from 6:30 - 7:30pm.

Whitby Collegiate is Wellington’s first progressive, independent, co-educational school for Years 7-13. We believe in small classes, big thinking, individual attention and … View more
Come along to our Information Evening at the Kāpiti Community Centre on Thursday 12 November from 6:30 - 7:30pm.

Whitby Collegiate is Wellington’s first progressive, independent, co-educational school for Years 7-13. We believe in small classes, big thinking, individual attention and collective responsibility - all focused on helping children be the very best that they can be, in every aspect of their lives.

Register online or call us on 04 234 1070.
Register now

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27 days ago

Access to popular Tararua tramping areas closed

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Trampers wanting to access popular huts in the northern Tararuas (including Kime Hut, pictured) are likely to face access problems for sometime.
The section of Ōtaki Gorge Road known as Blue Bluff remains unstable and is likely to remain closed for the peak summer period.
As well as a camping … View more
Trampers wanting to access popular huts in the northern Tararuas (including Kime Hut, pictured) are likely to face access problems for sometime.
The section of Ōtaki Gorge Road known as Blue Bluff remains unstable and is likely to remain closed for the peak summer period.
As well as a camping ground, it is also a major entrance point for trampers and hunters accessing the Tararua Forest Park.
The slip, 12km in from SH1, is a major one. Kāpiti Coast District Council Access and Transport Manager Glen O’Connor says expert geotechnical advice is that further slipping could occur at any time, and may be extensive.
Engineers are waiting for the slip to move before deciding what the best long term solution is.
The Department of Conservation is working to find alternative public access to the huts and walks in the forest park and is expected to have options for trampers by summers.

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31 days ago

Minimum wage, no help and on the ladder at 25: here's how they did it

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

I loved talking to Courtney Mason about how she and her husband ben bought their first home. It really offers a lot of hope for folks who might be looking at the property market and wondering what on earth is happening out there these days.
Courtney and Ben were tenacious and bold, and now … View more
I loved talking to Courtney Mason about how she and her husband ben bought their first home. It really offers a lot of hope for folks who might be looking at the property market and wondering what on earth is happening out there these days.
Courtney and Ben were tenacious and bold, and now they're living happily in their Hawke's Bay home.
Have a read and see how they did it, and while you're at it have a listen to our third episode of First Rung, the podcast for first home buyers for a little more inspiration.

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28 days ago

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To find out what’s available, visit our website. Or, you can download and check … View more
Did you know, with a SuperGold card, you can stretch your money further every day?

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