921 days ago

Begginers chainsaw training

Kevin from Harbour City Tree Care

For those who have just purchased a chainsaw and are thinking, WHAT NOW ?, or you are thinking about buying a saw and wanting to know what to get ?, does size
matter ?, and what else do I need to have to use it safely?
THEN THIS IS THE COURSE FOR YOU !!!
For just $50.00 incl. gst pp. you can enjoy an informative and enjoyable 2 hour training seesion where we introduce you to the features of the chainsaw, saftey equipment, saw sharpening and maintenance along with numerous other topics to enable you to safely use and enjoy one of the most versitile tools you will ever purchase. Contact Kevin at Harbour City Tree Care on 0274-423-859 to book for our next session, and you too can join dozens of Wellingtonians who have taken advatage of this great learning opportunity.

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1 minute ago

What's On: SAYGO class opening in Khandallah

Corinne from Ngaio

Age Concern are happy to announce a SAYGO class will be opening in Khandallah. Email: acwellington.org.nz or Call: Ann on 04 499 6646 to find out more.
SAYGO class opening in Khandallah
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9 minutes ago

ASB Bank Senior Priority Direct Phone Line

Corinne Morris from Age Concern Wellington

One of our wonderful newsletter readers have emailed in to let us know that ASB bank has set up a Senior Priority Direct Phone Line.

Call on 0800 272 119 for your banking questions and needs.

1 day ago

What are your memories of Pigeon Park?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Who can remember Pigeon Park?

In 1992 it was renamed Te Aro Park as part of a major redesign of the park, which was once a Maori pa site. After Europeans arrived it was the site of the first Christian sermon.
In World War Two it was the gathering point for pacifist objectors. For years it was also the starting point for demonstrations to Parliament.

It has again been in the news recently over complaints about people taking drugs and unruly behavior on the park, which was once the home to a sizable population of pigeons.

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