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Lockdown Laundry invites you to come and air your lockdown memories!
Share your experiences from Lockdown at this interactive art installation with local artist Katja Starke who will record them using an old typewriter. You can then hang them out to air on our washing line, alongside other people's notes.
Find out more at www.lockdownlaundry.nz...
War Memorial Library
Friday 14 May, 9:30am-3pm
This should be pretty easy.
The first of Lower Hutt’s new rubbish and recycling bins are being delivered to residents this week ahead of the upgraded kerbside rubbish and recycling service starting 1 July.
Approximately 120,000 wheelie bins for rubbish and recycling, and crates for glass are being delivered in stages to just over 40,000 households across the city. Households will also receive their green waste bins if they chose this service.
Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry says this is an exciting milestone for the upgraded service, which will ultimately bring Lower Hutt’s rubbish and recycling kerbside service into the 21st century.