East Harbour, Lower Hutt

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15 days ago

Ladies Jacket - The Ascot Collection

Greg from Epuni

This is a beautiful good quality Jacket with padded shoulders Size 14 Made in New Zealand. Have not warn very often. Excellent Condition. This photo really does not do it justice.

Price: $20

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15 days ago

SPRINKLER BAN - IN EFFECT FROM 14 FEBRUARY

The Team from Wellington Water

A ban on the use of residential sprinklers and irrigation systems will take effect in Wellington, Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt and Porirua from tomorrow, Friday 14 February.

15 days ago

Van for sale

Trang from Petone

This van for work only. Still in good condition. Runs manually. Warrant finish until next month. Road License until December.
Runs on Diesel. New water pump,new tyres,new cambelt . $5000. Please text 0211720595 for review thanks

Negotiable

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15 days ago

Hair Curler - VSSASSOON Curl Secret - Excellent Condition

Greg from Epuni

Curl Secret is a popular item. This has had little use and is in excellent condition.

Price: $25

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15 days ago

Fire season restrictions across most of New Zealand

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

The nationwide fire risk has skyrocketed after a long dry spell, even in parts of the country not used to extreme fire danger.

To read more, click here.

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17 days ago

Honda PCX150 Motor Scooter for sale

Peter from Fairfield

More information plus photo of this scooter is in the Buy,Sell section of ;Neighbourly.
Reluctantly being sold by a careful lady owner. Ideal for cheap travel around city and has the power to keep up with traffic on motorway.
Reduce your commuting costs
Able to be viewed in Norton Park Avenue,… View more
More information plus photo of this scooter is in the Buy,Sell section of ;Neighbourly.
Reluctantly being sold by a careful lady owner. Ideal for cheap travel around city and has the power to keep up with traffic on motorway.
Reduce your commuting costs
Able to be viewed in Norton Park Avenue, Fairfield

17 days ago

How should we pay for Let's Get Wellington Moving?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

The prospect of congestion charges, backed by Wellington Mayor Andy Foster, has met opposition from city councillors. But the question remains - how should we pay for Let's Get Wellington Moving? Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council have promised to stump up 40 per … View moreThe prospect of congestion charges, backed by Wellington Mayor Andy Foster, has met opposition from city councillors. But the question remains - how should we pay for Let's Get Wellington Moving? Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council have promised to stump up 40 per cent of the $6.4 billion bill. What's your view?

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16 days ago

SEVERN STREET BURST WATER MAIN UPDATE

The Team from Wellington Water

Water is available for residents impacted by this outage to collect outside 53 Severn Street.

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16 days ago

SEVERN STREET BURST WATER MAIN UPDATE

The Team from Wellington Water

The number of properties in Severn Street affected by the water outage has been reduced from 250 properties to 70 (between 15-77 Severn Street).
However, those left without water to their homes will have another significant wait until service can be restored – the estimated time of repair is at … View more
The number of properties in Severn Street affected by the water outage has been reduced from 250 properties to 70 (between 15-77 Severn Street).
However, those left without water to their homes will have another significant wait until service can be restored – the estimated time of repair is at least 8 hours.

Two nights in a row without water is unacceptable and very disruptive. We’re sorry for the inconvenience that this has caused and understand that it’s just not on.

Replacing the aged water pipe is currently scheduled to begin in March 2020; we’re looking into what can be done to speed the process up.

16 days ago

SuperSeniors Newsletter February 2020

The Team from Office for Seniors

Hi Neighbours!

The first edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter for the year is out now and it is packed full of useful information!

In this issue we share a bit more about us, the Office for Seniors, what we do and how we help older people across New Zealand.

There is a story on money … View more
Hi Neighbours!

The first edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter for the year is out now and it is packed full of useful information!

In this issue we share a bit more about us, the Office for Seniors, what we do and how we help older people across New Zealand.

There is a story on money mules, what they are and what to do if you unintentionally become one.

We also have handy tips on staying fit and healthy with stories on Senior Chef cooking classes and chair yoga.

Make sure to read and share it!

To subscribe, to the newsletter follow this link: bit.ly...
To view the current edition go to: bit.ly...

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16 days ago

Naenae Pool, waste mangement and increased rates officially on the agenda

Matt Tso Reporter from The Hutt News

Lower Hutt ratepayers will need to look deep into their hearts and pockets to decide what they really need following the addition of some big ticket items to Hutt City's Long-Term Plan.
* If you don't want your comments used in an article, just add NFP at the end of your post.

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16 days ago

Te Marua Water Treatment Plant Open Day

The Team from Wellington Water

Come along to our Open Day at Te Marua Water Treatment Plant!
We're excited to provide Wellingtonians the opportunity to see first-hand how water is treated and how the supply system works by offering guided tours at Te Marua Water Treatment Plant on Sunday 1 March. Tours will be running … View more
Come along to our Open Day at Te Marua Water Treatment Plant!
We're excited to provide Wellingtonians the opportunity to see first-hand how water is treated and how the supply system works by offering guided tours at Te Marua Water Treatment Plant on Sunday 1 March. Tours will be running throughout the day from 10am.
Bookings are essential, with a maximum of 20 people per tour.

For further information and to book your spot – visit wellingtonwater.co.nz/temaruaopenday

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18 days ago

What do you think of Victoria University of Wellington's rebrand?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Victoria University of Wellington spent nearly half a million dollars to rebrand its logo, shield and crest.
The most noticeable change is shifting the focus from the word Victoria to the word Wellington. It comes after a failed bid to change the university's name. Opponents of the … View more
Victoria University of Wellington spent nearly half a million dollars to rebrand its logo, shield and crest.
The most noticeable change is shifting the focus from the word Victoria to the word Wellington. It comes after a failed bid to change the university's name. Opponents of the $466,367.87 "refresh" say it's a joke and a disgrace. What do you think?

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