Heretaunga, Upper Hutt

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13 days ago

Be aware

Bridget-anne from Stokes Valley

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On Hold Cute chest freezer with draw!!!..NOT EVEN!!! Public

Bridget-anne Ashcroft from Stokes Valley

Buyers BEWARE ..NO NAMES..sold a so called cute freezer..evening after dropped off it still doesn't wk 100% like she said...paid 200 she offered 120 back n wanted … View more
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8d • Edited

On Hold Cute chest freezer with draw!!!..NOT EVEN!!! Public

Bridget-anne Ashcroft from Stokes Valley

Buyers BEWARE ..NO NAMES..sold a so called cute freezer..evening after dropped off it still doesn't wk 100% like she said...paid 200 she offered 120 back n wanted Freezer made all the excuses under sun to avoid coming around..still hasn't after 18days...BEWARE!!..I'm taking her to dispute tribunal..still not a cent replayed just lies an excuses..now 30 days..she also has a cleaning business a has been known to help herself..BEWARE

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13 days ago

Poll: Would you try a plant-based diet?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

A Colmar Brunton survey showed one in three New Zealanders (34 per cent) were reducing their meat consumption or eating no meat at all. Baby boomers were leading the meat-reduction charge, while most vegans and vegetarians were millennials, they found. What about you? Would you try a plant-based … View moreA Colmar Brunton survey showed one in three New Zealanders (34 per cent) were reducing their meat consumption or eating no meat at all. Baby boomers were leading the meat-reduction charge, while most vegans and vegetarians were millennials, they found. What about you? Would you try a plant-based diet? Vote in the poll below.

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Would you try a plant-based diet?
  • 20.6% Absolutely - I’m open to trying it
    20.6% Complete
  • 29.5% No way - I love eating meat
    29.5% Complete
  • 11.6% I am already following a plant-based diet
    11.6% Complete
  • 38.3% I regularly eat plant-based but still enjoy meat
    38.3% Complete
1845 votes
13 days ago

Volunteers Needed

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:
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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...

14 days ago

Poll: Wind name suggestions - which do you like best?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

After a story this week where a historian suggested we officially name Wellington's wind the suggestions blew in. Here's some of the top ideas - which do you like best? www.stuff.co.nz...

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Wind name suggestions - which do you like best?
  • 5.5% Te hau mātakataka & te hau āwhiowhio
    5.5% Complete
  • 4.7% Northerly and Southerly
    4.7% Complete
  • 3.7% Whistler
    3.7% Complete
  • 2.6% The guster
    2.6% Complete
  • 3.7% Beehive Bluster
    3.7% Complete
  • 3.9% Kaha
    3.9% Complete
  • 3.9% Winston
    3.9% Complete
  • 2.1% Zephyr
    2.1% Complete
  • 0.5% The iron wind
    0.5% Complete
  • 10.8% Windy McWindface
    10.8% Complete
  • 0.3% Wellington wind-up
    0.3% Complete
  • 0% Grid lock
    0% Complete
  • 6% Hōhā (nuisance)
    6% Complete
  • 10.5% Tawhirimatea (God of wind)
    10.5% Complete
  • 41.5% It doesn't need a name
    41.5% Complete
  • 0.3% Just rename Wellington windover
    0.3% Complete
381 votes
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14 days ago

Found key

Trish from Silverstream

House key found this morning corner of Gard and Terminus Street.Please pm if it is yours.

15 days ago

Poll: What do you think of Main St's giant stickers?

Matt Tso Reporter from Upper Hutt Leader

The Upper Hutt City Council has introduced an initiative to cover the windows of untenanted shops on Main St with large stickers.
www.stuff.co.nz...
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What do you think of Main St's giant stickers?
  • 45.6% They look great
    45.6% Complete
  • 54.4% They are just hiding the truth
    54.4% Complete
57 votes
14 days ago

Have you heard the latest?

Shona McFarlane Retirement Village

With our Lifestyle magazine you can read all about the happenings going on in the villages, from ballet, our new partnerships to dad jokes. Click on the link below to read our third edition for the year.

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14 days ago

UPDATE: Dixon Street/Willis Street sewer leak - harbour quality

The Team from Wellington Water

Test results on the harbour quality from Sunday came back confirming the water was safe for swimming. We are taking down the warning signs this afternoon, and the Greater Wellington Regional Council's 'Is it safe to swim?' the LAWA 'Can I swim here?' maps will also be … View moreTest results on the harbour quality from Sunday came back confirming the water was safe for swimming. We are taking down the warning signs this afternoon, and the Greater Wellington Regional Council's 'Is it safe to swim?' the LAWA 'Can I swim here?' maps will also be updated.

14 days ago

UPDATE: Dixon Street/Willis Street sewer leak

The Team from Wellington Water

On Saturday we contained the sewer leak by diverting it out of the stormwater network back into the wastewater network. We are awaiting test results on the harbour quality, and will share an update as soon as these are received.

Crews are continuing works to investigate and repair the leak which … View more
On Saturday we contained the sewer leak by diverting it out of the stormwater network back into the wastewater network. We are awaiting test results on the harbour quality, and will share an update as soon as these are received.

Crews are continuing works to investigate and repair the leak which is expected to continue throughout this week, with the potential to continue into next week depending on investigations.

We will share an update on the expected time frame around the works on Friday 29 November.

Please follow the stop/go traffic management, or avoid this route if possible.

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15 days ago

Cross Harbour Pipeline

The Team from Wellington Water

We are currently doing some seabed investigations in Evans Bay – you might have seen the jack-up barge and rig stationed there.

It’s an important part of the investigation work for the proposed Cross Harbour Pipeline, which aims to provide Wellington with an alternative water supply.

Some of … View more
We are currently doing some seabed investigations in Evans Bay – you might have seen the jack-up barge and rig stationed there.

It’s an important part of the investigation work for the proposed Cross Harbour Pipeline, which aims to provide Wellington with an alternative water supply.

Some of the work needs to be done at night and the crew are focused on minimising the level of noise. The barge has also had acoustic curtains fitted to reduce noise levels (not pictured), which have been tested and fit within the District Plan limits. We’ll continue to monitor noise levels.

We apologise for any inconvenience while we are doing these important investigations.

Learn more about the Cross Harbour Pipeline on our website.

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18 days ago

Garage Sale - TODAY! - 23 November 2019

Alysia from Ebdentown

20 Kowhai Ave - 8.30am onwards

Furniture, Clothes (some new), Books, DVD's, Toys, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Pots, Power Tools, Table Tennis Table, Bric a Brac, Household Items and more...

15 days ago

This Weeks Specials

PAK’nSAVE Upper Hutt

Hi Upper Hutt Community!
Its the last week of Spring 2019! And what a glorious day! Summer is definitely in the air!
Here are this weeks specials, lots to choose from, plenty more in store. Pricing until Sunday, while stocks last.
Have a great week, see you soon!

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19 days ago

Which character would you like to see?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

A mysterious street artist is transforming a Lower Hutt retaining wall into a giant Lego set.
Over the past two weeks Lego characters have been appearing on concrete slabs that make up the wall at the foot of Wainuiomata Hill. He aims to do two a week, which character would you like to see next?

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