59 days ago

Pet of the Day: Hazel

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This weeks Pet of the Day is Hazel, a cavapoochon. Cavapoochon are a triple-cross breed, combining the best traits of the Cavalier King Charles, Bichon Frise and Toy Poodle.
Proud owner Fiona Soffe says Hazel is well known in Kilbirnie.
"She’s four years old and we’ve owned her since she was five weeks old, I formula feed her till she was old enough to start solids. She’s a princess."

The Pet of the Day is no longer be appearing in the Dominion Post and instead you will find it on Neighbourly every Saturday. If you want your pet featured, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo.

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3 minutes ago

Volunteers Wanted

Citizens Advice from Ebdentown

Do you like helping people?
Do you like doing research?
Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives?

Upper Hutt Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for more Volunteers.

If you are someone who can:

• relate to a diverse range of people

• be an effective listener

• has good oral and written skills

• maintain confidentiality

• computer literate

• work as part of a team

• have some free time during the week

Then we would love to hear from you.

Please call in to 2 Sinclair St or telephone 5280177 to register your interest. www.cab.org.nz...

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3 days ago

Lost keys

Wendy from Trentham

Lost keys. Took dogs for walk today Sat 23/1 on both fields at Upper Hutt College and Fergusson Intermediate school and have lost a set of 4 keys. 1 car key, 1 orange marked key, 1 yellow marked key and 1 plain key.
Please call David on 02102397868 if you find them please.

1 hour ago

More problems with old Wellington pipes

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

A major waste water pipe has burst in central Wellington, closing roads and disrupting morning traffic. The pipe burst at the intersection of Victoria Street and Mercer Street yesterday afternoon. People in the central city are being asked to only flush the toilet if it is "essential".
The central Wellington sewerage pipe that broke, closing central city streets, was more than 100 years old.
Sewage flowed out onto the road after a pipe ruptured at the intersection of Victoria and Mercer streets on Monday afternoon.
Wellington Water confirmed the failed pipe was installed around the year 1910.
Repairing it is expected to take two to three days.

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