Karori, Wellington

2 hours ago

Get a better deal on your power this winter

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Winter is just around the corner and the cold is setting in - if you haven't already, you'll be thinking about turning on your heaters and electric blankets. The Easter break is the perfect time to review your current electricity plan to ensure you are getting the best deal on your … View moreWinter is just around the corner and the cold is setting in - if you haven't already, you'll be thinking about turning on your heaters and electric blankets. The Easter break is the perfect time to review your current electricity plan to ensure you are getting the best deal on your electricity before the frost bites.

Because energyclubnz doesn't apply a markup on your power, just a flat weekly club fee, our members get an even better deal in the cold winter months.

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5 days ago

Should we be tougher on repayments of student loans?

Sharron Pardoe Reporter from Dominion Post

Figures released this month showed 8280 people made little or no repayments to student loans in the decade after they finished or pulled-out of tertiary studies in 2006, which put the Government into about $115 million worth of debt.

stuff.co.nz/national/education/112037148/a-decade-of-neglected-student-loans-sees-8280-people-owe-115-million

7 days ago

Kereru

Ingrid from Brooklyn

Nice to see a Kereru in our garden in Brooklyn yesterday. Haven't seen one before in the Brooklyn area.

3 days ago

What do you think of the rejection of a Capital Gains Tax?

Andre Chumko Reporter from Dominion Post

Hi Neighbours, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the Government has ruled out a capital gains tax. Read more here.

What are your thoughts? Is this the right decision? Will this benefit or hurt you? Should the Government have thought things through more? Let us know below.

Please … View more
Hi Neighbours, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the Government has ruled out a capital gains tax. Read more here.

What are your thoughts? Is this the right decision? Will this benefit or hurt you? Should the Government have thought things through more? Let us know below.

Please mark your comments with "NFP" if you don't want them used.

stuff.co.nz/business/112099876/live-capital-gains-tax-ruled-out-by-government-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-tax-working-group

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4 days ago

Apology

John from Karori

To the bloke who was riding his bike along Curtis Street when I turned right from Old Karori Road without seeing you... you didn't want to accept my apology at the time, and you probably won't want to accept it now, but here goes: I gave you an awful fright and I am so sorry. I simply … View moreTo the bloke who was riding his bike along Curtis Street when I turned right from Old Karori Road without seeing you... you didn't want to accept my apology at the time, and you probably won't want to accept it now, but here goes: I gave you an awful fright and I am so sorry. I simply didn't see you. The only thing I can do is to promise that I will do better. I hope I haven't put you off cycling: I've nearly put myself off driving.

6 days ago

Capital Cuisine: Which restaurant should make the list?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

From the Green Parrot to Logan Brown, we've taken a look at the potted history of popular Wellington restaurants through the decades. Which was your favourite, and which restaurant should we have included?

stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/111927319/capital-cuisine-a-potted-history-of-popular-wellington-restaurants-through-the-decades

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6 days ago

Broody hen needed.

Helena from Aro Valley

Does anyone have a broody chicken I could loan or buy? I am in Paikakariki and about to order some fertile eggs to hatch

1 day ago

A creative idea for you and the kids...

The Team from Resene ColorShop Basin Reserve

Create hours of fun for children with some off-cuts of timber and Resene Blackboard Paint or Resene Chalkboard Paint. Once dry your children or grandchildren can draw all over the buildings to create their own looks.

Make the most of your weekend with this easy step by step project idea from … View more
Create hours of fun for children with some off-cuts of timber and Resene Blackboard Paint or Resene Chalkboard Paint. Once dry your children or grandchildren can draw all over the buildings to create their own looks.

Make the most of your weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this handy project yourself

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