Titahi Bay, Porirua

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craft beads $1 each

Cindy from Tawa

craft beads $1 each, over 10 bags, $0.8 each

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christmas band $1 each

Cindy from Tawa

christmas band $1 each

Negotiable

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brand new christmas hats $1 each

Cindy from Tawa

we have 11 hats in total.

Negotiable

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Circular saw

Angela from Tawa

Black and Decker

Price: $50

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Martinborough Township Outdoor Water Ban

The Team from Wellington Water

South Wairarapa Mayor Alex Beijen is urging the community to immediately cease using water outside and to conserve water generally.

“On Monday evening, the pump on the township’s low-manganese bore faulted and is being urgently replaced. With no water being pumped the water reservoir reserves … View more
South Wairarapa Mayor Alex Beijen is urging the community to immediately cease using water outside and to conserve water generally.

“On Monday evening, the pump on the township’s low-manganese bore faulted and is being urgently replaced. With no water being pumped the water reservoir reserves are going down."

Mayor Beijen said he had been advised that installing the spare pump could be done within a day, but until the reservoir levels have recovered and we know the replacement pump is working well, we must conserve water.

“It’s essential that the community immediately responds to this pressing need to conserve water. 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.

“Although safe to drink, the water could lose its clarity due to the reaction between manganese and chlorine – we want to avoid discoloured water if we can.

“We’re addressing infrastructure replacement as fast as possible, and this is unfortunate timing of an equipment failure,” said Mayor Beijen.

Information on how to conserve water will be shared throughout the community – you can find out more at www.wellingtonwater.co.nz...

“We will update the community when more information is available,” Mr Beijen said.

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3 days ago

Serious crash on State Highway 58

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Motorists are advised to avoid State Highway 58 following a crash in Paremata, north of Wellington.

Emergency services are at the scene, which is between James Cook Drive and Joseph Banks Drive on the highway. Both lanes of traffic have been affected.

Motorists have been told to expect … View more
Motorists are advised to avoid State Highway 58 following a crash in Paremata, north of Wellington.

Emergency services are at the scene, which is between James Cook Drive and Joseph Banks Drive on the highway. Both lanes of traffic have been affected.

Motorists have been told to expect delays, and diversions are in place. Keep up to date here.

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TAWA SOFTBALL 50TH JUBILEE

Sue from Tawa

Have you registered yet?

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4 days ago

earings $0.50 per pair

Cindy from Tawa

earings $0.50 per pair

Negotiable

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4 days ago

all cake decoration tools and cutters from 30%off, cheaper if buy bulk

Cindy from Tawa

we have hundreds of cake decoration tools, text me before come 0211857628. Cindy

Negotiable

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ribbons $1each

Cindy from Tawa

they are normally $2.5 each

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wholesale scarf, ideal for christmas gift

Cindy from Tawa

hundreds of scarf for sale, ideal for christmas gift $3 each, cheaper for bulk sale

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4 days ago

Yesterday's storm

The Team from Wellington Water

Following the storm on Sunday 8 December we are assessing and collating all of the information and data we received.

This information is important as it helps us understand the impact events like this have on the network. You may see our crews out over the next few days investigating the impact … View more
Following the storm on Sunday 8 December we are assessing and collating all of the information and data we received.

This information is important as it helps us understand the impact events like this have on the network. You may see our crews out over the next few days investigating the impact and clearing stormwater drains.

If you experienced flooding within your property (inside your house) during Sunday’s event please contact samantha.mccluskey@wellingtonwater.co.nz with the details and any photos showing the flood water.

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Te Kaitiaki Wai Summer 2019

The Team from Wellington Water

The Summer edition of Te Kaitiaki Wai, Wellington Water's official magazine, is now available!

This edition features articles on Wellington Water’s work towards a more sustainable water supply; a reflection on the climate catastrophe from Rob Blakemore, our Chief Advisor, Service Planning; … View more
The Summer edition of Te Kaitiaki Wai, Wellington Water's official magazine, is now available!

This edition features articles on Wellington Water’s work towards a more sustainable water supply; a reflection on the climate catastrophe from Rob Blakemore, our Chief Advisor, Service Planning; and, in recognition of our new council-owner, South Wairarapa District Council, images and interviews from the region.

Happy reading!

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