Waikanae, Waikanae

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10 days ago

WAIKANAE BEACH MARKET THIS SUNDAY

Gary from Waikanae

Karen from "Junk For Joy" "(ex Paraparaumu Beach) and Maeve from "The Living Room" will be at the Market this Sunday and are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When:- Sunday 1 December
Where:- Waikanae
Beach Community Hall, 22 Rauparaha Street, Waikanae
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Karen from "Junk For Joy" "(ex Paraparaumu Beach) and Maeve from "The Living Room" will be at the Market this Sunday and are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When:- Sunday 1 December
Where:- Waikanae
Beach Community Hall, 22 Rauparaha Street, Waikanae
Time:- 10am - 1pm

Great selection of products and some great Xmas present ideas. Grab a coffee, browse the
stalls and pick up an early Christmas present.

LOCALS SUPPORTING LOCALS

10 days ago

UPDATE: Dixon Street/Willis Street sewer leak

The Team from Wellington Water

We are continuing to manage containing the sewer leak from discharging to stormwater network and have removed the no fishing and swimming signs from the inner harbour.

Crews are continuing with investigations and repairs, and work is projected to carry on for an additional week. We are working … View more
We are continuing to manage containing the sewer leak from discharging to stormwater network and have removed the no fishing and swimming signs from the inner harbour.

Crews are continuing with investigations and repairs, and work is projected to carry on for an additional week. We are working with affected residents and businesses to keep them up to date and ensure.

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11 days ago

What's On: Books and Bickies

Martine from Otaki District

Come along and share what you have been reading with our friendly group. Find out about great books others have discovered. Free, all welcome, morning tea provided.
Books and Bickies
  • Otaki Library
11 days ago

What's On: Over 40, have a motorcycle?

Barry from Manakau

The Kapiti branch of Ulysses will be taking a leisurely ride around the Wellington Coast, approx 140kms with a lunch stop somewhere. Register your interest at www.kapitiulysses.com. Sunday,
Over 40, have a motorcycle?
  • BP (Under the EWY)
11 days ago

A project to transform your home

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kapiti

Bring your home to life with a hanging plant holder.

It’s a gorgeous way to display your indoor plants.
Use your favourite Resene colours to complement the rest of your home. Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick … View more
Bring your home to life with a hanging plant holder.

It’s a gorgeous way to display your indoor plants.
Use your favourite Resene colours to complement the rest of your home. 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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11 days ago

Car boot Sale - Sat 7th Dec Prm College car park 9-12pm

Anita from Paraparaumu

Combined garage sale - Why drive around when you can go to 1 place

If you are wanting to sell your unwanted items you park up and sell from the back of your car (welcome to bring a table to display on)

Bookings essential - $10 per car

9am -12pm Paraparaumu College car park

Negotiable

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11 days ago

Have you nominated your community?

Resene

Time is running out to enter your nomination! With just over a week to go, don't miss out on the chance to win enough Resene paint and accessories to colourfully transformed your community.

We've had dozens of entries into the Resene Colour Your Community competition - you can … View more
Time is running out to enter your nomination! With just over a week to go, don't miss out on the chance to win enough Resene paint and accessories to colourfully transformed your community.

We've had dozens of entries into the Resene Colour Your Community competition - you can check them out here.

Now's your final chance to paint a new mural for your community hall, clean up graffiti or refresh your local playground's paint job.
Enter now!

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11 days ago

Become an early childhood teacher

Ministry Of Education

Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for children and young people, with lessons that can seem small, but are significant in terms of their impact.

These are lessons about important life skills such as confidence, identity, respect and persistence.

Become a teacherView more
Every day, New Zealand teachers are creating brighter futures for children and young people, with lessons that can seem small, but are significant in terms of their impact.

These are lessons about important life skills such as confidence, identity, respect and persistence.

Become a teacher and take your place alongside our children and young people. You’ll have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in their lives; to strengthen communities and build a better future for our next generations.
Learn more

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11 days ago

Free firewood

Russell from Paraparaumu

Large poplar, some cherry and other odds and sods. These are all tree rings and other large chunks. It's not chopped.

Mostly felled last weekend so if left out over the summer, will be ready to go for winter.

Collect from Paraparaumu.

Free

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11 days ago

Heirloom Tomato Plants and other vegetables

Val from Otaki District

Once again, we will be at the Waikanae and Otaki markets this weekend. Special on large tomato plants that need to be planted NOW. $1.50 each to clear. Many old favourites included. Our later plantings, including Indigo Rose, Green Sausage, Black Krim, the Brandywines, Tumbling Tom, various … View moreOnce again, we will be at the Waikanae and Otaki markets this weekend. Special on large tomato plants that need to be planted NOW. $1.50 each to clear. Many old favourites included. Our later plantings, including Indigo Rose, Green Sausage, Black Krim, the Brandywines, Tumbling Tom, various cherries and many more, coming on stream now at $3.00 each. Get colour, taste and variety into your summer salads plus fantatstic taste for winter salsas.
For more info, please contacy me at thepassingshow@xtra.co.nz as I am having real difficulties with neighbourly messaging.

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11 days ago

Community and Iwi proposal for the protection and development of the Wainuiwhenua lands, waters and ecosystems: The survey

Lynette from Waikanae

(Copied from FaceBook)
Survey closes 27th Tomorrow -5pm. You may like to comment.
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Wainuiwhenua
A huge thank you to everyone who has filled out the survey so far, we have had over 170 responses, please help us get to over 200!
Please share the online … View more
(Copied from FaceBook)
Survey closes 27th Tomorrow -5pm. You may like to comment.
www.facebook.com...

www.facebook.com...

Wainuiwhenua
A huge thank you to everyone who has filled out the survey so far, we have had over 170 responses, please help us get to over 200!
Please share the online survey with your friends, family and neighbours. We want as many people as possible to have their say at this stage of the process. There will lots of opportunities for input and discussion in the future as well but this gives us a solid base to work from.

You can find the survey here: www.surveymonkey.com...
The survey closes tomorrow: 5pm Friday 29 November.
And if you want more information on the proposals you can visit our web page: paekakariki.nz...
Ngā mihi,
Wainuiwhenua Working Group

11 days ago

Wet suits

Rena from Paraparaumu

I have two wet suits for sale ,large one is 140-142cm. long ,chest 43cm.$15 ,the small one is 66 cm. long chest 36cm.$10. Large one sold .

Negotiable

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11 days ago

Water shutdown - Willis St/Dixon St

The Team from Wellington Water

As part of the recent sewer works on Willis Street/Dixon Street, a water leak was identified. We will be completing this repair tonight between 11pm-3am, this will involve water being shut off. Water is expected to be back on at 3am, however if there are any delays we will notify Wellington City … View moreAs part of the recent sewer works on Willis Street/Dixon Street, a water leak was identified. We will be completing this repair tonight between 11pm-3am, this will involve water being shut off. Water is expected to be back on at 3am, however if there are any delays we will notify Wellington City Council who will share this information on their social channels.

Noise will be minimal, and affected businesses/residents have been informed.

Full traffic flow will be maintained through the intersection, with existing traffic management in place due to the closed shoulder on the Northern Western corner of the Dixon/Willis Street intersection.

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