Korokoro, Lower Hutt

19 days ago

Giant soft toy rabbit for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

This much loved giant bunny rabbit soft toy is in reasonable second hand condition with no stains. I have had to do some small repairs to the purple top and feet (as pictured).

This rabbit is very large as shown pictured next to my 13 year old sister. The approximate dimensions are 50 cm high and … View more
This much loved giant bunny rabbit soft toy is in reasonable second hand condition with no stains. I have had to do some small repairs to the purple top and feet (as pictured).

This rabbit is very large as shown pictured next to my 13 year old sister. The approximate dimensions are 50 cm high and 50 cm wide.

Please PM me or email me at haydenthemonkey@gmail.com for more information. Many thanks Hayden.

Price: $30

19 days ago

Strawberry themed decor jars for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

These porcelain décor jars are in reasonable second hand condition. One of the leaves on the lid on both of the jars have been chipped or come off (as pictured).

The jars are strawberry themed and would be suitable as salt and pepper jars or as room decoration.

Pick-up in Johnsonville or central… View more
These porcelain décor jars are in reasonable second hand condition. One of the leaves on the lid on both of the jars have been chipped or come off (as pictured).

The jars are strawberry themed and would be suitable as salt and pepper jars or as room decoration.

Pick-up in Johnsonville or central Wellington City.

Price: $18

19 days ago

Healtheries brand flaxseed oil for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

Hi everyone,
My Grandfather with dementia has bought lots of bottles of 100 pack Healtheries brand flax seed oil 1000mg tablets and won't be able to use them all. This supplement is good for skin and heart health and is a natural source of omega 3, 6 and 9.

The best before date is in July … View more
Hi everyone,
My Grandfather with dementia has bought lots of bottles of 100 pack Healtheries brand flax seed oil 1000mg tablets and won't be able to use them all. This supplement is good for skin and heart health and is a natural source of omega 3, 6 and 9.

The best before date is in July 2023.

The RRP at Countdown is $22, happy to sell for $13 each or two for $25.

Link to countdown’s listing for the same product:
shop.countdown.co.nz...

For more information please PM me or email me at haydenthemonkey@gmail.com for more information.

Update:
I have sold some jars however I still have a few left available for sale for anyone interested.

Price: $12

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19 days ago

1.2m Christmas tree

Hayden from Johnsonville

This Christmas tree is in good condition and would be suitable for a flat or smaller space.

Pick up in central Johnsonville

Price: $20

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19 days ago

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27 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

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20 days ago

We Say/You Say: How can Wellington's bike routes be improved?

Abby Irwin Reporter from The Hutt News

Kia ora neighbours,

Wellington City Council is seeking feedback until December 14 on its bike network plan.

The plan includes finishing Tahitai, the route around Evans Bay, and The Parade upgrade in Island Bay.

They are particularly looking for opinions of young Wellingtonians to be … View more
Kia ora neighbours,

Wellington City Council is seeking feedback until December 14 on its bike network plan.

The plan includes finishing Tahitai, the route around Evans Bay, and The Parade upgrade in Island Bay.

They are particularly looking for opinions of young Wellingtonians to be shared in the Tamariki Zone - the Council's online space for kids under 14 to have their say on developing safe and connected biking and scooting routes around the city.

Do you or your kids love biking and know how Wellington can be improved? Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the conversations section of the Hutt News.

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19 days ago

Lego Friends Sets

Patricia from Johnsonville

Butterfly Beauty Shop, Stephanie’s Outdoor Bakery, Andrea’s Stage and Emma’s Splash Pool.

The Beauty Shop has some missing items: a double outdoor seat, a small square piece and 2 lipsticks and 2 small hair adornments. The instructions have been printed in colour.

The other sets are … View more
Butterfly Beauty Shop, Stephanie’s Outdoor Bakery, Andrea’s Stage and Emma’s Splash Pool.

The Beauty Shop has some missing items: a double outdoor seat, a small square piece and 2 lipsticks and 2 small hair adornments. The instructions have been printed in colour.

The other sets are complete.

Price: $25

22 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Rosa Marie has been busy again with her camera.
"I was just thinking that after such a busy week, I needed to get some nature related well-being but it just started pouring! However there is always something to see on our back yard.
Not only did our resident wonky legged Blackbird bring … View more
Rosa Marie has been busy again with her camera.
"I was just thinking that after such a busy week, I needed to get some nature related well-being but it just started pouring! However there is always something to see on our back yard.
Not only did our resident wonky legged Blackbird bring along his offspring to feed juicy worms from our lawn, but a pair of California quails paid us a visit too and enjoyed a good peck around our lawns. Old Wonky legged had a beautiful juicy worm to feed his young but it kept falling out of it's mouth...
Never a dull moment! Awesome to be able to capture all this!"

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25 days ago

Pet of the Day: Meet Sir William McFloof

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Kirsten Boardman and Sir William McFloof.

"I've recently adopted the most adorable older gentleman cat from Cats Protection Wellington. I'd really like to have Sir William McFloof in the weekly pet section to show how gorgeous and special he is, but also to highlight the … View more
Kirsten Boardman and Sir William McFloof.

"I've recently adopted the most adorable older gentleman cat from Cats Protection Wellington. I'd really like to have Sir William McFloof in the weekly pet section to show how gorgeous and special he is, but also to highlight the wonderful and important work that CPW does.
CPW take cats that come from broken homes, who have owners who pass away or can't/don't want to care for them anymore :( They have them checked by the vet and if they are older and have health issues like William, they are placed in a foster care programme. This amazing programme means William's medical care is looked after by CPW and I care for his other needs and give him a warm home and lots of love.
William has cardiomyopathy, which is a hardening of the heart walls. I don't know how long I'll have with him, but every moment is so special. He is a very loving and chatty cat. He trots around everywhere with me, talking loudly about life. He is great company. We think he has some Maine Coon in him - these above personality traits and the heart condition are common in MC cats. He also has the cutest huge paws!
Having William as pet of the week would show how gorgeous he is and that it's a wonderful thing to give an older kitty love and safety in their last years."

Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say which suburb you live in.

19 days ago

Why Choose Custom-Made Curtains

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean (The Curtain Store)

If you’re considering installing curtains in your home, one of the first things you’ll need to decide is whether you’d prefer to buy ready-made curtains or have them custom-made especially for your home.

Get exactly what you want - There’s no need to compromise when you choose to have … View more
If you’re considering installing curtains in your home, one of the first things you’ll need to decide is whether you’d prefer to buy ready-made curtains or have them custom-made especially for your home.

Get exactly what you want - There’s no need to compromise when you choose to have your curtains custom-made; you’ll get exactly what you want and it will be the perfect for your space. A good company will send a consultant to meet with you at your home who will bring with them a wide variety of actual fabric samples so you can see how different colours, patterns and textures look in your space.

The right curtains for the right rooms - You’ll get experienced, professional advice about which type of curtains is best for certain rooms and purposes. For instance, if you want curtains for bedrooms where blocking light is the main priority, your consultant will be able to talk you through the different lining options to achieve this.

A perfect fit - Another benefit of having your curtains custom-made is that your window measurements will be taken by someone who really knows what they’re doing.

Excellent quality - There’s no doubt the finished product will be impeccably made with special attention to detail. And there’s peace of mind knowing your curtains are backed by a decent product warranty.

Finance - By choosing a specialist blind manufacturer there may be the possibility of a finance option to help make it affordable.

Professional installation - And the service will be end-to-end with professional installation also often included.

Keep reading: www.curtainclean.co.nz...

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19 days ago

Considering retiring or downsizing? Why you need to get your will sorted now.

Public Trust

"These life changes can have a big impact on your assets, your savings, and your personal belongings, which is why it's important to create or update your will." Bronwyn Cameron Principal Trustee in Christchurch had a chat with Stuff.co.nz recently about why it’s essential to … View more"These life changes can have a big impact on your assets, your savings, and your personal belongings, which is why it's important to create or update your will." Bronwyn Cameron Principal Trustee in Christchurch had a chat with Stuff.co.nz recently about why it’s essential to create a will when you're planning to retire or downsize. Check out the article in the link below.

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20 days ago

Win a $20k advertising package

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2degrees is all about fighting for fair which is why we’re giving Wellington businesses the chance to win a $20,000 advertising package.

Apply before 6th December at 2degrees.nz/shoplocal.

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20 days ago

Tradies: How Chiropractic can help

The Chiro from The Chiro - Johnsonville

It’s a common misconception that a visit to your local chiropractors office only includes a few “cracks”!

As chiropractors, we specialize in understanding the root cause of spinal dysfunction and injury, and developing a thorough corrective plan to get you functioning the way you are meant … View more
It’s a common misconception that a visit to your local chiropractors office only includes a few “cracks”!

As chiropractors, we specialize in understanding the root cause of spinal dysfunction and injury, and developing a thorough corrective plan to get you functioning the way you are meant to!


Check out our latest tradie blog as we go through in more detail how our team at The Chiro will work to ensure you get the most out of your spine while on the job! 👨‍🔧


Click on the link below to learn more 👇

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20 days ago

Age Concern Wellington Region in Your Newspaper

Lorna Harvey from Age Concern Wellington Region

Thank you Stuff for your fantastic article about our work!

If you haven't already read the article, you can read it online here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...

Can you help Age Concern Wellington Region reach more isolated and lonely seniors who really need our support? Please visit … View more
Thank you Stuff for your fantastic article about our work!

If you haven't already read the article, you can read it online here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...

Can you help Age Concern Wellington Region reach more isolated and lonely seniors who really need our support? Please visit www.aged2perfection.nz... to donate.

#OurWellington #seniors #ageconcernwelilngtonregion #connection #volunteer #stuff #news

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