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24 days ago

What's On: Foot-stomping double choir concert

Eric from Camborne

Kapiti Chorale and Porirua-based Voices in the Wind combine in a spirituals concert featuring outstanding choirs and soloists. It'll leave you buzzing! Phone 04-293-4092 or get tickets at door.
Foot-stomping double choir concert
  • Plimmerton School Hall
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6 hours ago

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

Reporter Kapi-Mana News

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!!

DAY 3.
We have come together with our mates at Cameron Harrison Butchery & Delicatessen and are giving away a: Deluxe Christmas Ham Prize Pack valued at $175.

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3. 🎅 Comment below … What do you want Santa to bring you this Christmas?

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5 hours ago

Martinborough water supply update

The Team from Wellington Water

Following the fault on Monday with the low manganese bore that is supplying the Martinborough Township, the pump was successfully replaced yesterday.

However this morning the pump experienced an electrical fault, which means there is no water pumping from the bore and reservoir levels are going down. We have our team on site working on a replacement as fast as possible.

The total outdoor water ban is still in place, and the community is encouraged to continue with their water conservation efforts. If the township uses more water than we can supply from the low-manganese bore, we will have to use the other bores as well. That could mean the town’s drinking water becoming discoloured.

Visit wellingtonwater.co.nz/SWDC for water saving tips.