Lyall Bay, Wellington

18 hours ago

More windy weather coming

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It has been a windy few weeks and the Met Service is predicting that it is not over yet.

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15 hours ago

Peppa pig

Kirihika from Island Bay

Does anybody have excess hay or wood fuel pellets? This little girl needs some of the moisture taken out of the penn, the heavy rainfall last week has made everything a bit squishy.

Hay is for her bedding not for eating so it doesn't have to be yummy

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4 days ago

How do we take the junk out of mail?

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

We are proposing that unaddressed mail or advertising mail may not be put in letter boxes that are clearly marked with the words “no circulars” or “no junk mail”.

Do you agree or disagree?

Visit www.letstalk.wellington.govt.nz... to have your say on our proposed Solid Waste Management … View more
We are proposing that unaddressed mail or advertising mail may not be put in letter boxes that are clearly marked with the words “no circulars” or “no junk mail”.

Do you agree or disagree?

Visit www.letstalk.wellington.govt.nz... to have your say on our proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw 2020.

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10 hours ago

Poll: Do you believe Let's Get Wellington Moving will ever happen?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

The $6.4 billion Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) programme is under review, despite $4 million a month being leaked into the project.

Sources told Stuff the monthly cost was revealed to Wellington City councillors by a staff member in recent days, with one source also revealing the 20-year … View more
The $6.4 billion Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) programme is under review, despite $4 million a month being leaked into the project.

Sources told Stuff the monthly cost was revealed to Wellington City councillors by a staff member in recent days, with one source also revealing the 20-year project was set to be reviewed. LGWM refused to comment on the monthly costs, but confirmed in a statement that three independent consultants are reviewing the programme.

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Do you believe Let's Get Wellington Moving will ever happen?
  • 70.4% No - it is is an expensive pipe dream
    70.4% Complete
  • 20.4% Yes - it is a great idea
    20.4% Complete
  • 9.3% Not sure
    9.3% Complete
54 votes
11 hours ago

We're moving to Alert Level 1!

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Kia kaha Pōneke!
We are moving to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm tonight (21 September) until further notice from the Government.
Our services and facilities will return to normal with contact tracing encouraged.

💛 The Harbourside Market will reopen on Sunday 27 September

💛 All our pools and … View more
Kia kaha Pōneke!
We are moving to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm tonight (21 September) until further notice from the Government.
Our services and facilities will return to normal with contact tracing encouraged.

💛 The Harbourside Market will reopen on Sunday 27 September

💛 All our pools and recreation centres will remain open with programmes and fitness classes resuming normal scheduling

💛 Rubbish and recycling collection services are operating as usual

💛 Southern Landfill, the Tip Shop and Recycling Centre will resume normal service

💛 All Library branches are open with all programmes and events resuming normal scheduling over the next few weeks

For more information on the operation of our services and facilities visit:
wellington.govt.nz...
Great work Pōneke!

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12 hours ago

Masks no longer compulsory for commuters

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Following the Government’s alert level 1 announcement Metlink has confirmed that face coverings will not be mandatory on board bus, ferry and train services from Tuesday September 22 2020. While some passengers may continue to wear face coverings out of personal preference, the focus for all … View moreFollowing the Government’s alert level 1 announcement Metlink has confirmed that face coverings will not be mandatory on board bus, ferry and train services from Tuesday September 22 2020. While some passengers may continue to wear face coverings out of personal preference, the focus for all passengers should now be on personal hygiene measures and tracking journeys. Metlink is encouraging all passengers to log their travel, using the Government’s COVID-19 tracing app for contact tracing purposes. For further updates check out the Metlink website metlink.org.nz/covid-19

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13 hours ago

Wellington Chamber Music this Sunday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

With the move to Level 1 Wellingtoin Chamber Music has confirmed the performance by NZTrio this Sunday.

NZTrio - 3 pm to 5 pm Sunday 27 September 2020 at St Andrew's on The Terrace.

Tickets $40, Under 26 $10. This is the first appearance in the series by new NZTrio – Amalia Hall … View more
With the move to Level 1 Wellingtoin Chamber Music has confirmed the performance by NZTrio this Sunday.

NZTrio - 3 pm to 5 pm Sunday 27 September 2020 at St Andrew's on The Terrace.

Tickets $40, Under 26 $10. This is the first appearance in the series by new NZTrio – Amalia Hall (violin), Somi Kim (piano) and Ashley Brown (cello).

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14 hours ago

Wanted to buy - rotating disco ball with LED Lights

Debra from Island Bay

Hi. Does anyone have any of these sitting in the back of a cupboard that you are willing to part with? Looking to purchase ASAP. Picture is like what I'm looking for.

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16 hours ago

Southgate property reaches new height

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

A four-bedroom property in the Wellington suburb of Southgate was watchlisted 553 times in the first two days of being put up for sale on Trade Me.

After a 2½ week campaign, the call for inquiries over $1.595 million was eclipsed by a final sales price in excess of this – becoming the most … View more
A four-bedroom property in the Wellington suburb of Southgate was watchlisted 553 times in the first two days of being put up for sale on Trade Me.

After a 2½ week campaign, the call for inquiries over $1.595 million was eclipsed by a final sales price in excess of this – becoming the most popular listing on Trade Me nationwide last month.

The latest figures from Trade Me reveal that Wellington property has become the most sought after in the country with the largest annual percentage increase on record in August. The regional market has climbed 34 per cent year-on-year, despite the country officially entering a recession.

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18 hours ago

Sold in Lyall Bay: property sells for $1.2 million

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A home at 83 Apu Crescent in Lyall Bay has fetched $1.2 million, significantly above its capital valuation of $870,000.

The 155sqm home is bigger than most homes in the suburb. The median home in Lyall Bay is 130sqm.

The sale was finalised on August 7, 2020.

This information is courtesy of … View more
A home at 83 Apu Crescent in Lyall Bay has fetched $1.2 million, significantly above its capital valuation of $870,000.

The 155sqm home is bigger than most homes in the suburb. The median home in Lyall Bay is 130sqm.

The sale was finalised on August 7, 2020.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

18 hours ago

Mental Health Awareness Week

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

It's Mental Health Awareness Week, and the focus this year is He Tirohanga Anamata (Reimagine Wellbeing Together).

It has been a challenging time and it’s normal to feel stressed or lonely. Be kind to yourself and make sure you check in with your whānau and loved ones, not only this week,… View more
It's Mental Health Awareness Week, and the focus this year is He Tirohanga Anamata (Reimagine Wellbeing Together).

It has been a challenging time and it’s normal to feel stressed or lonely. Be kind to yourself and make sure you check in with your whānau and loved ones, not only this week, but every week.

You can find all of our resources at: wellington.govt.nz...

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19 hours ago

Cutting hair for 50 years

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Lance Barnard might be the oldest barber in Wellington.

“It only feels like yesterday that I was the youngest,” Barnard jokes with a client. A fortnight ago Barnard moved from the barber shop on Courtenay Place where he spent the last 40 years cutting hair, to Cuba Barbers on Cuba Street.

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Lance Barnard might be the oldest barber in Wellington.

“It only feels like yesterday that I was the youngest,” Barnard jokes with a client. A fortnight ago Barnard moved from the barber shop on Courtenay Place where he spent the last 40 years cutting hair, to Cuba Barbers on Cuba Street.

Does anybody know if there has been a barber cutting hair longer than Lance.

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3 days ago

Poll: Do you support a by-law banning junk mail?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Wellington City is proposing a by-law banning unaddressed or advertising mail being put in letter boxes marked "no circulars" or '"no junk mail".
The by-law is part of a waste management plan to reduce the amount of material going in to landfills.

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Do you support a by-law banning junk mail?
  • 74.5% Yes
    74.5% Complete
  • 25.5% No
    25.5% Complete
717 votes
5 days ago

Support Mary Potter Hospice annual appeal

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Volunteers for the annual street appeal will be hitting the street to raise money this Friday and Saturday..

The hospice supported 42 per cent of people who died in Wellington, Porirua and Kāpiti last year.

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4 days ago

Do you support taking cars out of the Golden Mile?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

The Wellington City Council is looking at removing traffic from the central city.

Under the proposal, all general traffic from the popular thoroughfare could be removed.
Access to many side streets would be closed off, while loading zones and taxi stands would be moved to side streets.

The … View more
The Wellington City Council is looking at removing traffic from the central city.

Under the proposal, all general traffic from the popular thoroughfare could be removed.
Access to many side streets would be closed off, while loading zones and taxi stands would be moved to side streets.

The proposal has resulted in an angry response from business owners, who believe it could result in businesses closing.

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1 day ago

Pioneering retirement for a trailblazing generation

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There is a new generation of New Zealander, seeking a new way to live in retirement. They are living their lives with passion and purpose, striving to push further, to create better, to go beyond the ordinary.

A new generation of Kiwis are not retiring from life; they’re finding a new way to … View more
There is a new generation of New Zealander, seeking a new way to live in retirement. They are living their lives with passion and purpose, striving to push further, to create better, to go beyond the ordinary.

A new generation of Kiwis are not retiring from life; they’re finding a new way to live. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.
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