Peka Peka, Waikanae

35 days ago

KNITTING LOOM

George from Waikanae

Designed for knitting circular items such as leg and arm warmers, socks, etc.
Never used so in pristine condition.
Pick up from Waikanae or from Te Aro by arrangement.
Can deliver in Kapiti area for $5 or mail further afield for $7.

Price: $20

35 days ago

AUTOMATIC SPOOL KNITTER

George from Waikanae

EMBELLISH-KNIT Automatic Spool Knitter by Bond America.
Never used. Still sealed in original packaging. Complete with instructions.
See close-up photos for details of contents and potential applications.
Pick up from Waikanae, or from Te Aro by arrangement. Can deliver in Kapiti Area for $5 or … View more
EMBELLISH-KNIT Automatic Spool Knitter by Bond America.
Never used. Still sealed in original packaging. Complete with instructions.
See close-up photos for details of contents and potential applications.
Pick up from Waikanae, or from Te Aro by arrangement. Can deliver in Kapiti Area for $5 or mail further afield for $10.

Price: $20

35 days ago

QUEENS “MADE WITH LOVE” TEAPOT

George from Waikanae

Modern Fine China Teapot - Admiral shape - quirky design has intricate detail with a bohemian twist.
One litre capacity and pours beautifully.
Only used occasionally so hasn’t really built up much of a tannin patina yet.
Labelled as Microwave and Dishwasher safe but have never put it to the … View more
Modern Fine China Teapot - Admiral shape - quirky design has intricate detail with a bohemian twist.
One litre capacity and pours beautifully.
Only used occasionally so hasn’t really built up much of a tannin patina yet.
Labelled as Microwave and Dishwasher safe but have never put it to the test.
Pick up from Waikanae; or Te Aro by arrangement. Can deliver in Kapiti district for $5 or Wellington area by negotiation.
Potential Christmas gift for a tea connoisseur.

Price: $20

35 days ago

CC RESORTS CASUAL FLATS - SIZE 41

George from Waikanae

CC RESORTS CASUAL FLATS
- Size 41 in the “sorrell” style in blue.
New and unworn.
Leather and non-leather upper with centre zip fastening; leather lining with removable arch support and comfort cushion inner sole and heel.
These are extremely comfortable and lightweight but sadly a bit on … View more
CC RESORTS CASUAL FLATS
- Size 41 in the “sorrell” style in blue.
New and unworn.
Leather and non-leather upper with centre zip fastening; leather lining with removable arch support and comfort cushion inner sole and heel.
These are extremely comfortable and lightweight but sadly a bit on the flat side for the original purchaser who needs something with a raised heel.
Try before you buy and pick up from Waikanae. Alternatively can deliver in Kapiti area for $5 (further afield by negotiation) following appropriate funds transfer. Pick up from Te Aro by arrangement if that suits.

Price: $25

35 days ago

Food Recall: Becky’s brand Assortment of Butter Cookies (Porcelain Tin and Christmas Gold Tin)

James from Waikanae

Briscoes (New Zealand) Ltd is recalling specific batches of Becky’s brand Assortment of Butter Cookies (Porcelain Tin and Christmas Gold Tin) due to the presence of undeclared allergens (gluten, milk, and soy). People with a gluten or milk allergy or intolerance, or a soy allergy should not … View moreBriscoes (New Zealand) Ltd is recalling specific batches of Becky’s brand Assortment of Butter Cookies (Porcelain Tin and Christmas Gold Tin) due to the presence of undeclared allergens (gluten, milk, and soy). People with a gluten or milk allergy or intolerance, or a soy allergy should not consume these products. If you are not allergic or intolerant to gluten or milk, or allergic to soy, this recall does not affect you.

READ MORE: www.mpi.govt.nz...

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35 days ago

HUTCH DRESSER

Yvonne from Waikanae

mahogany and veneer dresser in excellent condition
Height 1.9m
width 88cm
Depth 42cm


$175 ono

Negotiable

35 days ago

Riverbank Carpark closed again

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It has been a wet few days and the Riverbank Carpark is currently closed for the third time in the last few days.
Rain is forecast to ease by 2pm, which coincides with high tide, and the council is not expecting the river level quickly.
If you haven't already, you can sign up to the text … View more
It has been a wet few days and the Riverbank Carpark is currently closed for the third time in the last few days.
Rain is forecast to ease by 2pm, which coincides with high tide, and the council is not expecting the river level quickly.
If you haven't already, you can sign up to the text alert service by sending your name and number to 027 782 3388
The picture was taken last week.

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35 days ago

Playhouse Raffle for benefit of the Life Flight Trust

Bill Moffatt from Kapiti Pakeke Lions Club -1

The Kapiti Pakeke Lions Club are running their usual playhouse raffle with proceeds going to the Life Flight Trust and local charities. First prize is the playhouse, second prize a 30 minute scenic flight and third prize is a Kitchen Wiz.
Go to kapitipakekelions.org.nz... to purchase your tickets … View more
The Kapiti Pakeke Lions Club are running their usual playhouse raffle with proceeds going to the Life Flight Trust and local charities. First prize is the playhouse, second prize a 30 minute scenic flight and third prize is a Kitchen Wiz.
Go to kapitipakekelions.org.nz... to purchase your tickets online. Closing date is 12 February 2022.
All proceeds go to the Life Flight Trust and local charities

35 days ago

Sage Plants For Sale

Natasha from Waikanae

I have culinary sage plants for sale. Please contact me if you are interested. Thanks Natasha

Price: $2

35 days ago

Help with Covid Vaccine Passes

The Team from SeniorNet Kapiti Inc

If you (or anyone you know) are experiencing problems accessing or downloading My Vaccine Pass, tutors from SeniorNet Kapiti will again be available at the Paraparaumu Library from 11.00 - 1.00 this week to provide assistance. This service is free and available to anyone in the community - … View moreIf you (or anyone you know) are experiencing problems accessing or downloading My Vaccine Pass, tutors from SeniorNet Kapiti will again be available at the Paraparaumu Library from 11.00 - 1.00 this week to provide assistance. This service is free and available to anyone in the community - Seniornet membership is not a requirement. Just pop in and have a chat with our friendly team members.

38 days ago

Pet of the Day: Meow of Masterton

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

There has been a lot of submissions for Pet of the Day lately. Thanks for all your cute photos and here is a bonus from Jani McCarthy of her much loved cat. It would be great to get some dogs.
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent … View more
There has been a lot of submissions for Pet of the Day lately. Thanks for all your cute photos and here is a bonus from Jani McCarthy of her much loved cat. It would be great to get some dogs.
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say which suburb you live in.

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35 days ago

Spin to win sleighin’ fuel savings

Waitomo Group

It’s the most wonderful time of the year to…spin to win FREE FUEL!

Christmas is right around the corner, so we’re spreading the Christmas cheer with wicked fuel savings to be won – just in time for your summer roadies.

Head to spinformoolah.co.nz and give our online wheel your best … View more
It’s the most wonderful time of the year to…spin to win FREE FUEL!

Christmas is right around the corner, so we’re spreading the Christmas cheer with wicked fuel savings to be won – just in time for your summer roadies.

Head to spinformoolah.co.nz and give our online wheel your best spin to grab some Moolah to use on your next ‘appy purchase.

Plus, head to our Facebook page to check out our 12 days of ‘appiness for your chance to win even more awesome goodies.
Find out more

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35 days ago

Save on power (and win a BBQ!)

Electra

Over half the kiwis who checked their plan, saved $$$ on their power bill. You could too. We are Electra, the lines company delivering electricity to the Horowhenua and Kāpiti area.

Whoever your power supplier, we are making it easier for you to be on the right plan in 3 steps:
1. check… View more
Over half the kiwis who checked their plan, saved $$$ on their power bill. You could too. We are Electra, the lines company delivering electricity to the Horowhenua and Kāpiti area.

Whoever your power supplier, we are making it easier for you to be on the right plan in 3 steps:
1. check your current plan
2. switch to the plan that’s right for you
3. save on your next power bill.
Go to check.electra.co.nz to check and enter before end of
2021, and could win a BBQ in time for summer!
Know more

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36 days ago

**2000 Honda XR100R Dirt Bike**

Kirsten from Raumati Beach

Runs but recommend engine work be undertaken. Would suit first time rider. $650.00 or near offer. Please call Greg 027 498 5986 or send a message for all enquiries. Thanks.

Price: $650

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40 days ago

We Say/You Say: How much would you pay for a flat white?

Abby Irwin Reporter from Kāpiti Observer

Kia ora neighbours,

Industry experts say we should be preparing to pay more for our barista coffees in order keep local cafes alive, Stuff reports.

While the average price of a regular coffee is between $4.50 and $5, the cost of running a cafe has increased exponentially due to rising rents, … View more
Kia ora neighbours,

Industry experts say we should be preparing to pay more for our barista coffees in order keep local cafes alive, Stuff reports.

While the average price of a regular coffee is between $4.50 and $5, the cost of running a cafe has increased exponentially due to rising rents, wages, and milk prices. Former cafe owner Richard Corney says taking these into account, a fair price for a coffee is closer to $6.50 to $7:

"In the New Year, people have to be prepared to pay up to $7.20 for a large flat white, and $20 for a plate of brunch food. If you’re not, I completely understand, but we will see the demise of the hospitality sector."

How much are you willing to pay for your morning coffee? Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the conversations section of the Kāpiti Observer.

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