Glenside, Wellington

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24 days ago

Countdown bricks packs

David from Tawa

I have to admit that these are pretty awesome. We've got some duplicates that we can trade.

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27 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend: Caption challenge

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Something a bit different this week. Put a caption to to this pic from Rosa Marie, taken in her Stokes Valley garden of starlings, a blackbird and a sparrow (is the sparrow playing dead?).

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40 days ago

Bring back the bucket!

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Wellington’s famous, or according to some infamous, Bucket Fountain is missing a yellow bucket.
Have you seen it?

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22 days ago

FREE

Angela from Tawa

Needs to be picked up by end of Wednesday.
FREE
Solid and structurally fine, just wearing on edges, otherwise perfectly fine.

Free

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22 days ago

Concrete fill

Jen and Jay from Tawa

Concrete fill free to good home

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29 days ago

Roof installation

Ameera from Khandallah

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a roof installer. We require a roof installer for our conservatory. We have purchased the sheets but require a reliable person to remove old sheets and install new ones. Its about a two day job.

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23 days ago

Not longer work- but child might use as toy

Dianne from Johnsonville

These were crayola digitoys that you used on your ipad. But Apple is not longer supporting the product so it doesnt work any more. Instead of throwing them away i thought someone might want to use them as toys for their child. a couple of pretend crayons, glasses. Will reply to people once back… View moreThese were crayola digitoys that you used on your ipad. But Apple is not longer supporting the product so it doesnt work any more. Instead of throwing them away i thought someone might want to use them as toys for their child. a couple of pretend crayons, glasses. Will reply to people once back from work

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23 days ago

Please donate to our Strawberry Festival Appeal

Mary Potter Hospice

Every November you’d usually find us and our amazing team of volunteers serving up thousands of strawberry sundaes as part of our Hospice Strawberry Festival. Our ‘strawesome’ events raise $80,000 (that's over 13,000 sundaes!) of crucial funds for Mary Potter Hospice. However this year, … View moreEvery November you’d usually find us and our amazing team of volunteers serving up thousands of strawberry sundaes as part of our Hospice Strawberry Festival. Our ‘strawesome’ events raise $80,000 (that's over 13,000 sundaes!) of crucial funds for Mary Potter Hospice. However this year, due to COVID-19 we’ve had to cancel our series of berrylicous events.

Losing these funds would cause significant financial strain for the Hospice – can you help us reach our $80,000 fundraising goal? Please share some sweetness by donating to our Hospice Strawberry Festival Appeal today.
Find out more

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24 days ago

Neighbourhood watch

Ereni from Tawa

Does this still exist? How many neighbourhoods in Tawa actually have it?

23 days ago

Wilbur the Schnauzer Dog

Shirley from Woodridge

I am selling a BRAND NEW hand knitted soft Toy he is approx 32 cm tall and comes from a pet and smoke free home.

All enquires welcome

Www.knittedtoysbykiwigal.com

Price: $45

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23 days ago

Khandallah Village Market: Online Advent Market

Amanda from Khandallah

Regarding the post cabinet meeting: There will be a Nov 29th 'check in' regarding vaccine numbers and covid numbers. This effectively writes off the December the 4th market, but offers a glimmer of hope for the 11th and 18th.
Regardless of whether we go ahead or not for the other dates, … View more
Regarding the post cabinet meeting: There will be a Nov 29th 'check in' regarding vaccine numbers and covid numbers. This effectively writes off the December the 4th market, but offers a glimmer of hope for the 11th and 18th.
Regardless of whether we go ahead or not for the other dates, we will be hosting an online Christmas market from the 1st to 24th.
It has been a very trying time, but we value your continued support!

Sellers: You are welcome advertise in this event for $5. If you are a charity fundraising, you will be allowed to advertise for free. Please PM us.

www.facebook.com...

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23 days ago

Swing Club Music ....... Monthly Pub strum

Lynn from Churton Park

Swing Club music group this Tuesday Nov 9th at 7-8.30pm
The Inn Keeper, Broderick Road, Johnsonville.
R+B, Memphis Blues, and country rock
Everyone Welcome...bring your uke or guitar.
Meals and beverages available for purchase.

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23 days ago

Timely reasons you should make your will.

Public Trust

"Now really is a particularly important time to create a will and get things sorted for you and your family. It gives everyone peace of mind.” Principal Trustee Helen Trembath - Greenlane customer centre. Helen had a chat with Stuff recently about the importance of sorting a will, … View more"Now really is a particularly important time to create a will and get things sorted for you and your family. It gives everyone peace of mind.” Principal Trustee Helen Trembath - Greenlane customer centre. Helen had a chat with Stuff recently about the importance of sorting a will, especially in these uncertain times. Check out the article in the link below.

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23 days ago

Road works Ngatitoa Street, Tawa

Jeanette from Tawa

Avoid if possible Ngatitoa Street in Tawa (between Lyndhurst Road and The Drive). They are about to start resurfacing the road. There are stop go men in place. Lots of trucks in the street too. This for today and tomorrow

27 days ago

Dixon and Ghuznee streets could be pedestrianised

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

What do you think of the idea to take cars off some busy Wellington streets?
Several busy Wellington streets could be blocked to cars as part of a proposal presented to Wellington City Council next week for a low-traffic central city.
It suggests Dixon St and Ghuznee St could both be “snipped” … View more
What do you think of the idea to take cars off some busy Wellington streets?
Several busy Wellington streets could be blocked to cars as part of a proposal presented to Wellington City Council next week for a low-traffic central city.
It suggests Dixon St and Ghuznee St could both be “snipped” to remove through traffic between Taranaki St and The Terrace.
Victoria St could also be changed, with no traffic between Manners St and Wakefield St, and a possible service lane in the southbound direction.

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