35 days ago

Earthquake ?

Sam from Paraparaumu Beach

Was that an earthquake 12 33am ?

More messages from your neighbours
3 hours ago

Dentist in Paraparaumu

Russell from Paraparaumu

Can anyone recommend a nice, friendly, warm, fuzzy and patient dentist in Paraparaumu or Raumati?

I used to be at Smiles in Waikanae, but their nice, friendly, warm, fuzzy and patient dentist shipped off back to the UK. (Which I find somewhat ironic, given that all my dentists as a kid growing up in the UK were South Africans or Kiwis).

Ta muchly.

1 day ago

Try and watch the video without smiling...

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

The grey pavement, sky, and drizzling rain are no match for the fluorescent orange figure grooving to unheard music on the side of Wellington's Evans Bay Parade.
Follow the read more link to check out his moves.

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10 hours ago

THE LIONS CLUB OF KAPITI – Used Spectacles

Andrew Laing from The Lions Club of Kapiti

THE LIONS CLUB OF KAPITI – Used Spectacles
Lions New Zealand identified a need for spectacles to aid people in the Pacific Islands.
As a result The Lions Club of Kapiti has a spectacle recycling project and they are continually looking for used glasses that can be used in this project.
Do you have any old glasses that you wish to pass on?
Useful items are passed on to Volunteer Ophthalmologist Services Overseas (VOSO) for distribution to those with poor eyesight in the Pacific Islands.
They are then sorted, checked for cracks and scratches before being washed in an ultrasonic washer and dried. They then have their prescription recorded and are packed for delivery.
VOSO consists of teams of eye surgeons, optometrists and eye care workers who visit the isolated communities and bring enhancement to the lives of hundreds of people annually.
If you have any old glasses that you would like to donate to this cause please contact andthel@outlook.com