Waikanae, Waikanae

15 days ago

⚠Dixon Street wastewater update⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

Following the installation of the temporary above ground pipe, we now need to install a permanent underground pipe which means excavating from the Dixon/Willis intersection along Willis Street to State Highway 1 near Ghuznee Street.

On Monday 13 January 2020 we will start site investigations, … View more
Following the installation of the temporary above ground pipe, we now need to install a permanent underground pipe which means excavating from the Dixon/Willis intersection along Willis Street to State Highway 1 near Ghuznee Street.

On Monday 13 January 2020 we will start site investigations, locating service in the road and trenching along Willis Street. Pedestrian access along both sides of Willis Street will remain the same.

We are holding a community meeting next week, where we would like to invite businesses owners and residents to discuss the project work. We will have a project engineer, council representatives and local councillors available to answer any questions you may have.

The details for the community meeting are:
Tuesday 14 January, 5.30pm - Conference Centre, St John’s in the City.

Updates on this project will be available at: www.wellingtonwater.co.nz...

15 days ago

Not Open This Saturday

Waikanae Crab

Fresh Fish Landed This Afternoon -
Butterfish and Moki
Get In Quick As We will Not Be Open This Saturday
And We Expect to Sell Out !!!
We are here till 5.30pm today...

15 days ago

49 Squadron Air Training Corps

Lyn from Waikanae

One of Kapiti’s most successful youth training and adventure organisations is opening its doors for new members to help build the skills they will need to deal with life.

For 40 years the 49 (District of Kapiti) Squadron Air Training Corps, has been developing teamwork and leadership potential … View more
One of Kapiti’s most successful youth training and adventure organisations is opening its doors for new members to help build the skills they will need to deal with life.

For 40 years the 49 (District of Kapiti) Squadron Air Training Corps, has been developing teamwork and leadership potential for young people aged between 13-18 and skills including supporting community projects, first aid, bushcraft, and flying.

The cadet unit carries out the Duke of Edinburgh’s award programme which offers NCEA credits.

There are currently 30 members who actively support the community by parading and providing support at ANZAC Day ceremonies run by the Paraparaumu and Otaki RSAs and projects like Kapiti Run 4 Youth and Kapiti Food Fair.

That community support was recognised last year when the Squadron was a finalist in the Wellington Airport Community Awards and Kapiti volunteer awards for the wide range of community support activities the unit gets involved in.

Flying Officer Lyn Williams, commanding officer of the unit, says each year the unit holds an open night for potential new recruits and their parents and the response has always been encouraging.

This year the open night will be held from 6 pm on Wednesday 29th January at the unit headquarters at 239 Kapiti Road, behind Air Museum.

More information: Lyn Williams 022-3105249

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15 days ago

Heirloom Tomato Plants and Other Vegetables

Val from Otaki District

Last week for tomatoes at Waikanae and Otaki markets this weekend. Good plants still available at $3.00 or 5 for $10.
New stocks of zucchini, capsicum, spring onions and beans (limited supply due to poor season). Last of the kumi kumi. Basil, parsley and mint available. Chillis, more capsicum and … View more
Last week for tomatoes at Waikanae and Otaki markets this weekend. Good plants still available at $3.00 or 5 for $10.
New stocks of zucchini, capsicum, spring onions and beans (limited supply due to poor season). Last of the kumi kumi. Basil, parsley and mint available. Chillis, more capsicum and eggplants coming next week.
Plus, if you are an Elton John fan, see my post for tickets to Dunedin concert 4 Feb.

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16 days ago

Looking for Queensized beds

Kotz from Paraparaumu

Looking for Queensized bed for sale please? private message me is you’re selling

thanks

16 days ago

Pretty in pastel

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kapiti

Painted glass bottles make a stylish display on their own or with the addition of dried foliage. The paint is on the inside so they still have that lovely glass sheen.

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 … View more
Painted glass bottles make a stylish display on their own or with the addition of dried foliage. The paint is on the inside so they still have that lovely glass sheen.

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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16 days ago

Wanted: Kitten Sponsors

Mary from Otaki District

These four wee boys are in need of sponsors to give them names and help them along with their first vet check.

Sponsorship is a one-off donation of $50. You will get naming rights and can receive regular updates while they are in our care.

Black and White Boy
Twin boys , all black with a few … View more
These four wee boys are in need of sponsors to give them names and help them along with their first vet check.

Sponsorship is a one-off donation of $50. You will get naming rights and can receive regular updates while they are in our care.

Black and White Boy
Twin boys , all black with a few white hairs, one is slightly bigger then the other
Black boy with white patch on belly and chest

If you would like to sponsor, Please send F3 a message or visit the facebook page at www.facebook.com...

You can find our donation details here www.forgottenfelines.org.nz...

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16 days ago

Yoga in the park

Anja from Waikanae

Free Yoga tomorrow 8:30pm at Waikanae Park
Bring a mat or a towel and join us
All ages welcome

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16 days ago

PLANTS - VARIETY OF SUCCULENTS

Gary from Waikanae

Variety of succulent plants in various tins (eg. Tea Tins).
First in first served. Either respond to this post or phone/text 021 1155049 to view
Priced from $3.

Negotiable

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16 days ago

PLANT - LARGE SUCCULENT

Gary from Waikanae

Large succulent in concrete pot.
As per photo.

Price: $15

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16 days ago

PLANT - LARGE SUCCULENT

Gary from Waikanae

Large Succulent in concrete pot.
As per photo.

Price: $15

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16 days ago

Motorbike jacket 3xl

Raylene from Paekakariki

3xl worn twice $150 pick up paekakariki

Price: $150

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16 days ago

Keep calm and carry on sign

Raylene from Paekakariki

Sign $5 pick up paekakariki

Price: $5

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