41 days ago

Canada geese return to Kāpiti

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Are we going to beat last year's record? That is the question being asked by local Geoff Amos, who has campaigned to get rid of Canada geese from Awatea Lake in Paraparaumu. The geese have appeared in high numbers again and Amos is once again appealing to the council to do something about it.

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More messages from your neighbours
5 hours ago

WOULD YOU LIKE TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY

Andrew Laing from The Lions Club of Kapiti

THE LIONS CLUB OF KAPITI
The Kapiti Coast is a vibrant district with a strong community spirit.
Would you like to help to put something back into the community and at the same time enjoy socialising with like-minded people?
The Lions Club of Kapiti welcomes new members.
We are involved in fund raising for local charities as well as undertaking interesting projects for worthy causes.
Having fun while helping our community is what we do.
We would be happy to discuss our club with you, and accompany you to one of our dinner meetings.
If this is what you are looking for contact Andrew (Ph: 905-1417) or at President.kapiti@lionsclubs.org.nz

11 hours ago

Get decorating and save with the Resene Save the GST Value sale!

Resene

Now's a great time to get decorating and Save the GST value (15% off the full retail price) on Resene Premium Paints, Wood Stains, Primers, Sealers, Wallpaper, Decorating Accessories and Cleaning Products!

Plus if you're a Resene DIY Cardholder get an extra 5% off! If you don't have a card, you can sign up free online, www.resene.co.nz/diycard, or while you are in store.

Offer available at Resene owned ColorShops and participating resellers until 1 February 2022.
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7 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It is not Friday but here here is a bonus Friday Feathered Friend from Rosa Marie.
"Just something to make the bird loving followers smile a little....
One of our resident blackbirds has decided that he would prefer bathing in our cat's outdoor water bowl rather than in our very posh and elegant bird birth! His sparrow mate had to make do with washing in the puddle created by the blackbird's vigorous ablutions!"