Hataitai, Wellington

41 minutes ago

🛑 Stop/go in operation on Wallace Street 24-26 July – expect short delays 🛑

The Team from Wellington Water

As part of the pipe works, there will be a stop/go system in place along sections of Wallace Street from 24-26 July between 9am-4pm to protect workers and the public while they upgrade local pipes. Please avoid the area if at all possible during these hours.

Safe, supervised pedestrian access will… View more
As part of the pipe works, there will be a stop/go system in place along sections of Wallace Street from 24-26 July between 9am-4pm to protect workers and the public while they upgrade local pipes. Please avoid the area if at all possible during these hours.

Safe, supervised pedestrian access will be maintained while stop/go is in place.

8 hours ago

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1 day ago

Have you seen our Giveaway on Facebook?

Tiff Logan from Real Dentistry

Make sure to head over to our Facebook page and enter our Giveaway. We hold Giveaways regularly on Facebook, so make sure to like our page to stay updated!

facebook.com/RealDentistryKilbirnie/

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11 hours ago

Evening Art Classes

Sue from Miramar

Shelley Bay Mosaic Mirror Glass Artist Jane Brimblecombe is running Beginners Evening classes from 7-9pm, starting Wednesday 21st August in her Studio. Also running daytime classes from 12:30-2:30pm starting Tuesday 20th August. Please contact 021661837, or janebrimblecombe9@gmail.com to register … View moreShelley Bay Mosaic Mirror Glass Artist Jane Brimblecombe is running Beginners Evening classes from 7-9pm, starting Wednesday 21st August in her Studio. Also running daytime classes from 12:30-2:30pm starting Tuesday 20th August. Please contact 021661837, or janebrimblecombe9@gmail.com to register or for further details

11 hours ago

Wellington Water / Fulton Hogan open new depot in Rongotai.

Chris from Hataitai

Early today (crazy early in fact) I attended the opening of the new Wellington Water / Fulton Hogan depot in Kingsford Smith Street Rongotai. This marks the beginning of a new alliance partnership and a new era in efficient repair and maintenance of the city's water, stormwater and drainage … View moreEarly today (crazy early in fact) I attended the opening of the new Wellington Water / Fulton Hogan depot in Kingsford Smith Street Rongotai. This marks the beginning of a new alliance partnership and a new era in efficient repair and maintenance of the city's water, stormwater and drainage infrastructure. Fulton Hogan have had to contend with a backlog of work as they took on the new contract, and there has been a small spike in leaks requiring repair, but this new team is already making headway into that backlog.

There's an old proverb: "Where there is water there is life."
But it's also true that: "Where there are leaks there are complaints!" Hopefully Wellingtonians will now get more water where they want it and less where they don't.

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3 days ago

Beautiful Roxie searching for a loving foster home

Kylie from Roseneath

Hi, my name is Roxie and I’m a much loved, 11-year-old, pure-bred Kerry Blue Terrier. My heartbroken humans have been posted overseas for about 18 months, so I’m looking for an extra special foster parent to share my excellent company. While they’d like to take me with them, I want to avoid… View moreHi, my name is Roxie and I’m a much loved, 11-year-old, pure-bred Kerry Blue Terrier. My heartbroken humans have been posted overseas for about 18 months, so I’m looking for an extra special foster parent to share my excellent company. While they’d like to take me with them, I want to avoid the extra-long plane trip and the nasty hot desert.

I am a perfect medium size(15kg), but my attitude is all big dog. I have lovely woollen curls which don’t shed or make anyone sneeze, but to keep up my good looks I have regular visits to the salon/groomer.

My perfect foster parent has no current pets, but experience with strong minded, independent cuddle specialist like me. Experience with the terrier breed would be a bonus. I don’t think I need it, but my humans insist that I have a fenced yard, because I have a bit of a Houdini reputation.

I know all my basic commands and I am toilet trained. While I often go to work with my Dad, I am happy to hang out at home and laze in the sunshine, while everyone else is at work to support me. My Mum has assured me that all my expenses will be covered while she is away.

With my puppy good looks, I often get mistaken for a much younger dog, but I am slowing down a bit. When I was five, I was hit by a truck and my leg still gets a bit sore at times, my Mom sneaks’ pills into my food, and I still love to go on nice long walks with lots of sniffing. I enjoy playing with my squeaky toys, my current favourite is Ellie, the purple elephant.

I’m wonderful with humans and visiting little people, but I’m not suitable for a young family. I know when I’ve been naughty, because I get called Roxanne. I don’t like cats or other dogs, so I need to be the queen of my castle. I’m independent, with a mind of my own and selective hearing, so I can never be off lead. I may sound like hard work, but my cuddles and loyalty make you forget all about my shenanigans.

I sleep in my own bed, mostly stay off the furniture and have all the toys and doggie stuff a gal could ever need. Apparently I’m fixed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, council registered and I’ve had my flea/worm treatments.

Mum will pay all my food, grooming, vet and other costs. I have some extra special friends around Wellington, including one wonderful friend in particular who has said she would be happy to keeping coming to stay with me when you go on holiday if that’s needed.

My parents leave in late September and will be back at the end of May 2021. That may sound like a long time, but believe me after you’ve met me, you’ll realise time will fly.

I can’t wait to meet my new best friend.

17 hours ago

What's On: FACES PLACES Agnes Varda/JR 2017

David from Brooklyn

Octogenarian French director Varda takes to the road with young photo-muralist JR to create new artworks in this charming doco. “A joyful celebration of life.” —Screendaily. See traler at https://filmsocietywellington.net.nz/
FACES PLACES Agnes Varda/JR 2017
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1 day ago

Kilbirnie - Stop A is moving back to its permanent location

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

Thank you for your patience while Kilbirnie bus hub Stop A was relocated to enable works to be completed for the new Kilbirnie Safety Fence.

Stop A will be relocated back to its permanent location from Sunday 28 July.

Work is progressing on the Safety Fence, with the individual fence sections … View more
Thank you for your patience while Kilbirnie bus hub Stop A was relocated to enable works to be completed for the new Kilbirnie Safety Fence.

Stop A will be relocated back to its permanent location from Sunday 28 July.

Work is progressing on the Safety Fence, with the individual fence sections currently being galvanised off site before final installation.

Keep updated with progress at metlink.org.nz/bus-hubs or call us on 0800 801 700.

metlink.org.nz/on-our-way/bus-hubs/

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1 day ago

Gala Auction Evening 1 August

Stephanie from Miramar

St Catherine's College has a gala auction at The Pines, Houghton Bay 7pm on Thursday 1 August. Tickets are $30 which includes a complimentary drink. Auction items include art, food, drink, experiences and other items. There will also be silent auctions and raffles. Do please join us! We would… View moreSt Catherine's College has a gala auction at The Pines, Houghton Bay 7pm on Thursday 1 August. Tickets are $30 which includes a complimentary drink. Auction items include art, food, drink, experiences and other items. There will also be silent auctions and raffles. Do please join us! We would like numbers confirmed by the end of the week for catering purposes so reply quickly!
Email: stcatherinescollegepta@gmail.com

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21 hours ago

Free office stationery

Neville from Te Aro

We are moving office and have some surplus office stationery including Eastlight A4 Lever Arch Files x 24, Bantex File Holders x 13, plastic sleeves, a new Casio calculator (DJ-220D) and some staplers - all in good condition. Available to be picked up north end of Lambton Quay.
Must be picked up by… View more
We are moving office and have some surplus office stationery including Eastlight A4 Lever Arch Files x 24, Bantex File Holders x 13, plastic sleeves, a new Casio calculator (DJ-220D) and some staplers - all in good condition. Available to be picked up north end of Lambton Quay.
Must be picked up by Thursday afternoon. Text to check if we are in office on 021-673-030

Free

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2 days ago

LYALL BAY CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

Brendon from Lyall Bay

TRADESMEN with 27 years experience , Can offer advice , plans along with all councils consents extensions ..additions ..refurbishments ..
Specialising in old or new work, can offer quotes on electrical, painting, plumbing as well ..fully qualified LBP LICENSES
CALL OR TEXT BRENDON (021)0628665 .

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