30 days ago

Have you heard the news?

Ione Slater from Cancer Society NZ - Kāpiti

With the help of the generous Kāpiti Community, the Cancer Society is creating a new Support Centre on the Kāpiti Coast! The new centre will be a safe space to receive support, information, and counselling right on your doorstep. What do you think?

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1 minute ago

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

Reporter Kāpiti Observer

Countdown To Christmas Giveaway!

DAY 5.

We have come together with our mates at Kapiti Chocolate Factory and are giving away a: Hamper of Chocolate valued at $150.

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2. 👍 Like this post (tag and share if you wish)
3. 🎅 Comment below …What is the worst gift you have received for Christmas?

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Entry to the competition runs for 24 hours and prizes will be drawn the following day. Winners must collect prize within 3 working days, or Stuff may redraw the prize. Only open to New Zealand residents, and no current employees of Stuff may apply. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable nor redeemable for cash. This competition is organised in its entirety by Stuff Ltd and is not associated with Facebook in any way. Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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2 hours ago

Heirloom Tomato Plants and Other Vegetables

Val from Otaki District

Once again, we will be bringing our range of heirloom vegetables to the Waikanae and Otaki markets this weekend. Look for our signboard along Park Road at Waikanae and in the grassed area at Otaki.
Our later tomato plantings, including Indigo Rose, Green Sausage, Black Krim, the Brandywines (Pink, Red and Yellow), Tumbling Tom, various cherries and low-acid varieties, are ready now. Strong healthy plants that will race away in current conditions. Now is an ideal time to plant outdoors for optimum results. $3.00 each.
Cucumbers include the hard-to-get New Zealand heirloom, Port Albert, and Poona Keena, an old variety from India, as well as Telegraph, Lebanese and Crystal Apple.
Limited quantities of Bonica Eggplant, a prolific early-producing variety.
We also have sweet capsicum, hot chillis, basil (sweet and Thai) and watermelon, plus zucchini and pumpkin.
For those who missed out earlier, we have new plantings of dwarf and climbing beans coming in the next couple of weeks. Succession planting will extend the harvesting season.
For more info and a list of all available varieties, please contact me at thepassingshow@xtra.co.nz

1 day ago

Azzy still missing

Maryanne from Waikanae

Azzy is still missing :(
Please if you see him or have seen him pm me or ring/text 0272030283
We miss him so much