Titahi Bay, Porirua

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7 days ago

For Sale Toyota Ceres 1996

Karen from Paremata

Toyota Ceres 1996
New wof, and rego (6mth)
New battery
Automatic
abt 190k km
Runs ok, a bit noisy - dents and scratches.
$550

Price: $550

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7 days ago

Housing story for Kapi-Mana

Joel Maxwell Reporter from Kapi-Mana News

Hi guys, we are writing a story on the housing affordability in Porirua east and we're keen to speak to people who are looking to buy a home (maybe your first) in the city's eastern suburbs. Or perhaps you've just bought a home there. Let us know if you might be able to speak to us … View moreHi guys, we are writing a story on the housing affordability in Porirua east and we're keen to speak to people who are looking to buy a home (maybe your first) in the city's eastern suburbs. Or perhaps you've just bought a home there. Let us know if you might be able to speak to us for an interview, here or you can email me at joel.maxwell@stuff.co.nz, cheers Joel

8 days ago

Have you nominated your community?

Resene

Time is running out to enter your nomination! With just over a week to go, don't miss out on the chance to win enough Resene paint and accessories to colourfully transformed your community.

We've had dozens of entries into the Resene Colour Your Community competition - you can … View more
Time is running out to enter your nomination! With just over a week to go, don't miss out on the chance to win enough Resene paint and accessories to colourfully transformed your community.

We've had dozens of entries into the Resene Colour Your Community competition - you can check them out here.

Now's your final chance to paint a new mural for your community hall, clean up graffiti or refresh your local playground's paint job.
Enter now!

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8 days ago

Become an early childhood teacher

Ministry Of Education

Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for children and young people, with lessons that can seem small, but are significant in terms of their impact.

These are lessons about important life skills such as confidence, identity, respect and persistence.

Become a teacherView more
Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for children and young people, with lessons that can seem small, but are significant in terms of their impact.

These are lessons about important life skills such as confidence, identity, respect and persistence.

Become a teacher and take your place alongside our children and young people. You’ll have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in their lives; to strengthen communities and build a better future for our next generations.
Learn more

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8 days ago

Mana Arts Society Cash and Carry Exhibition Fri 29 Nov to Sun 1Dec

Carolina from Plimmerton

Come along to our annual pre-Christmas exhibition and get your Christmas pressies sorted! Plus you'll be supporting your local artists. Something for everyone. See attached poster for details.

MAS Exhibition 29 Nov to 1 Dec 2019.pdf Download View

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8 days ago

tadpoles

Heath from Tawa

does anyone have tadpoles

Free

8 days ago

Have you spotted any wasp nests at your house?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

As the weather heats up, one particular pest is set to make itself known again - the wasp. What do you do to battle wasps, and have you found a nest at your house?

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11 days ago

Would you work from home if you could?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Growing numbers of public servants are working from home as part of a public sector shake-up. Fifteen of the country's 32 public service departments are now offering flexible working for employees on a trial basis, with the policy intended to be rolled out sector-wide by the end of next year. … View moreGrowing numbers of public servants are working from home as part of a public sector shake-up. Fifteen of the country's 32 public service departments are now offering flexible working for employees on a trial basis, with the policy intended to be rolled out sector-wide by the end of next year. Flexible arrangements can include reduced/changeable hours, nine-day fortnights, a gradual return following parental leave, phased retirement, purchased annual leave, and working from home. Would you take up flexible working if it was offered - or have you already?

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10 days ago

What should we call Wellington's wind?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

With Wellington's 180th birthday just around the corner, historian Redmer Yska says it is time to name our wind. Meanwhile, Kaumātua Kura Moeahu from iwi Te Āti Awa said he had named two types in a haka. The first, te hau mātakataka, referred to trees being filled and roofs lifted while the… View moreWith Wellington's 180th birthday just around the corner, historian Redmer Yska says it is time to name our wind. Meanwhile, Kaumātua Kura Moeahu from iwi Te Āti Awa said he had named two types in a haka. The first, te hau mātakataka, referred to trees being filled and roofs lifted while the second, te hau āwhiowhio, was connected to whirlwinds and tornados. What do you think our wind should be called?

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8 days ago

What's On: Kapiti Indoor Market -Christmas 2019

Stefanie from Paraparaumu Beach

Come and join us for Christmas fun. 100+ local businesses & food trucks. Fun for the kids. Gold coin entry donation to Menzshed Kapiti.9.30am -2.00pm http://www.kapiti-indoor-market.co.nz/ for more info
Kapiti Indoor Market -Christmas 2019
  • Waikanae Memorial Hall
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8 days ago

What's On: Kapiti Indoor Market -Christmas 2019

Stefanie from Paraparaumu Beach

Come and join us for Christmas fun. 100+ local businesses & food trucks. Fun for the kids. Gold coin entry donation to Menzshed Kapiti.9.30am -2.00pm http://www.kapiti-indoor-market.co.nz/ for more info
Kapiti Indoor Market -Christmas 2019
  • Waikanae Memorial Hall
8 days ago

Christmas Parades

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

Are you travelling to the Christmas Parades happening across the Greater Wellington region 🎅🎄🎁?

Saturday 30 November there are parades in Wainuiomata 10:00-11:00am, Stokes Valley 12:00-1:00pm and Carterton 12:15-1:30pm. On Sunday 1 December Upper Hutt Christmas parade starts at 12:00pm … View more
Are you travelling to the Christmas Parades happening across the Greater Wellington region 🎅🎄🎁?

Saturday 30 November there are parades in Wainuiomata 10:00-11:00am, Stokes Valley 12:00-1:00pm and Carterton 12:15-1:30pm. On Sunday 1 December Upper Hutt Christmas parade starts at 12:00pm and finishes at 5:30pm.

Sadly 😔, our buses won’t be able to join in the fun and festivities and will have to be diverted during this time for routes 110, 120, 121, 160, 170 and 200. Check out MyMetlink or download the Metlink App. For more information visit www.metlink.org.nz... #knowbeforeyougo #Christmasparades

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9 days ago

Vibrating massage neck cushion

Debbie from Whitby

Never used. Make a great Xmas present. Is a blue grey colour.Has a zip compartment for the battery.

Price: $20

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