119 days ago

Are rats causing damage to your house?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Monster rats are on a destructive rampage in Wellington and residents are being urged to protect their homes.
On the hunt for food the rats are destroying bait stations and chewing through house pipes and wires. Wellington Pest Control managing director Darren Labrum said this year work for his business soared about 35 per cent due to the growth of rats in Wellington. Are you having any problems with rats?

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15 hours ago

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

Upper Hutt Leader Sales

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

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8 hours ago

A Great Experience with Rail Staff this afternoon

Brett from Riverstone Terraces

I got off the 3:57 from Wellington at Manor Park this afternoon and started to wander down the platform. The train caught up with me and stopped. A friendly drivers face appeared and tossed me my wallet that I had left in the end carriage! Many thanks to the alert conductor and the driver! What a great experience!

1 day ago

Commuters' 70 year wait will go on for at least 15 more months

Matt Tso Reporter from Upper Hutt Leader

When double tracking is completed in 2021 trains will finally be able to pass each other on the 2.7 kilometre stretch of rail corridor north of Trentham without having to give way. The section of track has been a major bottleneck and the source of delays for decades.
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