27 days ago

Knitting and crochet patterns

Rosalie from Wainuiomata

Hi I have a MASS of both knitting and crochet patterns including needles to give away I am no longer able to do either of those things now pity, and you are welcome to have them but you need to pick up

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1 day ago

Is Naenae becoming gentrified?

Matt Tso Reporter from The Hutt News

A new wave of homeowners has done little to inject money into the local economy. Bargain stores, fast food joints and empty shops still predominate Hillary Court.
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2 hours ago

Woburn Masonic Trust

Marg from Waterloo

Woburn Masonic carers have been on strike again today. They certainly don’t do this lightly. The union carers just want set shifts to be able to plan their lives. Not be required to be available 24/7 and a mere $1 per hour weekend allowance. They don’t get overtime or time and half etc. Among other things.
The Masonic Trust have completed a multi million dollar apartment complex and are currently building a multi million dollar retirement village in Wainuiomata but all negations have failed as they stand by their claim they don’t have enough money. It’s not just about the money it’s about value care and respect. Not only will Woburn not part with ANY money but they obviously can’t afford to spare any value care or respect either.

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5 hours ago

Martinborough water supply update

The Team from Wellington Water

Following the fault on Monday with the low manganese bore that is supplying the Martinborough Township, the pump was successfully replaced yesterday.

However this morning the pump experienced an electrical fault, which means there is no water pumping from the bore and reservoir levels are going down. We have our team on site working on a replacement as fast as possible.

The total outdoor water ban is still in place, and the community is encouraged to continue with their water conservation efforts. If the township uses more water than we can supply from the low-manganese bore, we will have to use the other bores as well. That could mean the town’s drinking water becoming discoloured.

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