Ebdentown, Upper Hutt

14 days ago

PAINTING

Manager Director from NRG PAINTERS

Hi Neighbours.... NRG Painters have some openings for interior and exterior painting jobs. Our rates are not through the roof , we have proven to have very good work ethics, we are always on time, we work very hard to get your job completed in a timely and professional manner, we are honest and … View moreHi Neighbours.... NRG Painters have some openings for interior and exterior painting jobs. Our rates are not through the roof , we have proven to have very good work ethics, we are always on time, we work very hard to get your job completed in a timely and professional manner, we are honest and very tidy. We offer a 10% neighbourly and pension discount. Hurry call before the gaps get filled. Ph Noeline 0211669437

12 days ago

Dumping an ongoing problem along Hutt River

Matt Tso Reporter from Upper Hutt Leader

The Regional Council is spending up to $80,000 a year cleaning up after lazy and miserly fly-tippers.
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12 days ago

It's all fun and games!

The Team from Resene ColorShop Upper Hutt

Keep the kids happy and create this fun cube style games table from a MDF storage box and a few Resene testpots.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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12 days ago
12 days ago

🙅‍♀️ It’s Not OK - November 1st to 30th 🙅‍♂️

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Creating safer communities means ensuring that no one lives in fear of harm on the streets or in their own home. For the month of November, we want to raise awareness and work together to end all forms of violence including family harm, elder and child abuse, sexual assault, gang violence, and … View moreCreating safer communities means ensuring that no one lives in fear of harm on the streets or in their own home. For the month of November, we want to raise awareness and work together to end all forms of violence including family harm, elder and child abuse, sexual assault, gang violence, and more. These victimisations affect us all and can have lasting effects that spill into our everyday lives including at work and school.

To do your part this month, perhaps consider supporting a women’s refuge or work with Police in your area to host an info night on how to identify elder or child abuse in your community. This month’s campaign also coincides with White Ribbon Day on 25 November which is an internationally celebrated day that aims to prevent violence towards women.

Let us know how you’re spreading the ‘It’s Not OK’ message in your home or in your community by tagging us in your posts + using the following hashtag so we can see what you get up to:

#NSNZendviolence

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12 days ago

Paintings & Garage Sale

Glenis from Totara Park

We're looking forward to see you all at The Timberlea Community House Garage Sale tomorrow from 10.30am - 2.00pm.
Come & get yourself a painting or 2 & other fantastic bargains that are on offer!😃

12 days ago

Toddler's near miss with rampant ram at Staglands

Matt Tso Reporter from Upper Hutt Leader

Check out the video of this quick-thinking mum to scooped a toddler out of the path of a speeding ram. It was very close.
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13 days ago

Get a head start on your Christmas Shopping!

Frances from Silverstream

Don't forget to enter the competition before you go.

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13 days ago

Bag of swag!

The Team from Wellington Water

Congratulations to Polly Johnson from Titahi Bay, who won a 200L tank, jet boil and 2 buckets from using our water tool!
We have one more bag of swag to give away!

All you need to do is use our water tool to learn how to get your water sorted for an emergency. Check it out: … View more
Congratulations to Polly Johnson from Titahi Bay, who won a 200L tank, jet boil and 2 buckets from using our water tool!
We have one more bag of swag to give away!

All you need to do is use our water tool to learn how to get your water sorted for an emergency. Check it out: wellingtonwater.co.nz...

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13 days ago

Monday, 4 November - Event waste guru Kim Renshaw speaks@Lower Hutt Events Centre, Laings Road

Sandy from Pinehaven

Event waste guru Kim Renshaw from Beyond the Bin beyondthebin.org.nz... is offering two free workshops on Monday, 4 November:
These two workshops will showcase two new regional guidelines:
1) How to Reduce Waste at Your Event (event organisers of any size welcome) … View more
Event waste guru Kim Renshaw from Beyond the Bin beyondthebin.org.nz... is offering two free workshops on Monday, 4 November:
These two workshops will showcase two new regional guidelines:
1) How to Reduce Waste at Your Event (event organisers of any size welcome) 10.30am – 1pm

2) Event Packaging Guidelines (event organisers, stall holders and food/drink vendors) 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Refer to the attachment for more information – feel free to share with colleagues, friends and any event organisers who will find these workshops useful.

Please RSVP to Sandy.Beathcroft@huttcity.govt.nz (for either or both workshops) for catering numbers and to accommodate for dietary requirements.

13 days ago

Have you voted for your Gardener of the Year for 2019?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Voting closes tomorrow, November 1. These amazing homegrown heroes were shortlisted after a public call for nominations from gardeners all over the country, and you can read about their wonderful work here. Then don't forget to click through to vote for your favourite!

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13 days ago

Poll: Which transport project does Wellington need first?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter has admitted she would only back Wellington's $6.4 billion transport programme if a mass public transport system was built before an extra Mt Victoria tunnel.
Genter released details of a letter she sent to Transport Minister Phil Twyford on … View more
Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter has admitted she would only back Wellington's $6.4 billion transport programme if a mass public transport system was built before an extra Mt Victoria tunnel.
Genter released details of a letter she sent to Transport Minister Phil Twyford on March 26, in which she outlined her conditions for supporting the 20-year Let's Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) programme. Which project do you think should be first? www.stuff.co.nz...

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Which transport project does Wellington need first?
  • 54% Second Mt Victoria tunnel
    54% Complete
  • 39.1% Mass public transport
    39.1% Complete
  • 6.9% Neither
    6.9% Complete
422 votes
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