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56 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 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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Coronavirus

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

A coronavirus has spread from China across Asia, and has now reached the US. It is yet to reach New Zealand.

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What's On: Kāpiti Radio Yacht Club Inc.

Geoff from Raumati Beach

We sail at Otaki Sundays at 1 pm. Awatea Pond (Lagoon) every Tuesday (DF95s) and Friday (DF65s) at 1pm and Sundays at 10am a public session for newcomers. All welcome.
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Fair play or bureaucracy gone mad?

Virginia Fallon Reporter from Kāpiti Observer

A Waikanae cafe owner has been told she has to move a picnic table off the public walkway outside her business, or pay for a licence.
Take a look at the attached story and let us know what you think. Is it a fair request from the council or a step too far?

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