64 days ago

SPCA Pet of the Day: Meet Lulu

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

"Hi there my name is Lulu or Bridie Lu. I am a sweet dog looking for my forever home. I am looking for a very special home that can understand my quirks and needs. A home that can help me thrive and be the best companion I can be. My ideal home would be one that has had previous large dog experience and or greyhound. I walk beautifully on a lead but in saying that I would need a home that can handle me as I can be strong when I want. I have had a fair amount of training from my previous home but there is always room for more growth. I am super smart and a lover of all yummy foods so will pick up new things very quickly. I can be shy when meeting new people so I would love a quiet patient home that can read when I am not comfortable. A home with no children. I could live with an older settled male dog but in saying this I am used to having my own space. I am not suited to a home with cats or any small animals."

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2 hours ago

Artisan Craft Market 11th Dec

Melanie from Wainuiomata

Come and experience over 130 local stallholders and their handmade products this Saturday 10am to 4pm at Lower Hutt Events centre and the town hall! Free entry, however covid pass required and please wear a mask. Christmas shopping in the Hutt!

4 days ago

Lower Hutt at Orange

Jamie Dobson from Hutt City Council

From Friday 3 December, Lower Hutt is at Orange under the COVID-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light System).

This means people will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass at most of our community facilities, including:

🟠 Libraries,
🟠 Pools and Fitness facilities,
🟠 Neighbourhood Hubs,
🟠 The Dowse & Petone Settlers Museum
🟠 Community Pop-up spaces, and
🟠 Lower Hutt Events Centre

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10 hours ago

And the rain keeps coming

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It looks like we are going to get more bad weather today. MetService has a heavy rain watch for Kāpiti and Horowhenua in place until 6pm on Tuesday and a heavy rain warning for the Tararua ranges for the same period