Northland, Wellington

20 days ago

Find instant savings with SuperGold

SuperGold

SuperGold helps 750,000 older New Zealanders stretch their money further.

There’s more than 10,000 places across the country giving SuperGold discounts and special offers on everyday essentials like fuel, food, travel and healthcare.

But how do you find them? SuperGold has that sorted with… View more
SuperGold helps 750,000 older New Zealanders stretch their money further.

There’s more than 10,000 places across the country giving SuperGold discounts and special offers on everyday essentials like fuel, food, travel and healthcare.

But how do you find them? SuperGold has that sorted with a brand new website and app - great for the many tech-savvy over 65s.

The app is the fastest and easiest way to find discounts and offers when you’re out and about. So why not take advantage?

Visit www.supergold.govt.nz to find out more, or download the free SuperGoldNZ app for your smartphone or tablet, from the App Store or Google Play.
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21 days ago

All gone thanks 3 NZ made 1000 pc jigsaw puzzels

John from Karori

puzzles giveaway or swap txt or call 0274439551

21 days ago

We have 3 x 1000 pc NZ made jigsaw puzzels

John from Karori

We would like to swap or give away give us a call on 0274439551 or txt

Free

J
23 days ago

Lost MacBook air

Jo from Karori

I left a MacBook on bus 2 today, Tuesday 30 January. It was in a black zip around soft case. Please phone 0210760092 Jo

23 days ago

Looking for a cleaner

Luis from Wadestown

Looking for a reliable cleaner? We clean your house, weekly, fortnightly, or just a one-off clean!
Eco products. For recommendations or a quote call 021 023 46075.

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22 days ago

Wastewater discharge - Martinborough Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Team from Wellington Water

An ongoing issue at the Martinborough Wastewater Treatment Plant has again resulted in a discharge of partially treated wastewater into the Ruamahanga River. This occurred on Monday 27 January between 9.20am and 11.30am.

Wellington Water is sorry that this has happened again and for the delay in … View more
An ongoing issue at the Martinborough Wastewater Treatment Plant has again resulted in a discharge of partially treated wastewater into the Ruamahanga River. This occurred on Monday 27 January between 9.20am and 11.30am.

Wellington Water is sorry that this has happened again and for the delay in reporting the issue to the Council. Action is now under way to get in front of this issue and to improve protocols in communicating to both Council and customers.

Although discharging treated wastewater to the river is a consented activity under the right conditions, when the river is low these types of discharges are invariably a breach of resource consent.

The Martinborough Wastewater Treatment Plant will have a review in order for potential points of operational failure to be identified ahead of time; this work has been prioritised for the next few days.

This discharge event and the previous one involved issues with the irrigator, which meant that discharge to adjacent land didn’t happen. With the storage ponds being full and no discharge to land possible, the designed contingency is discharge to the river, which we know is unacceptable.

Authorities at Regional Public Health and Greater Wellington Regional Council as well as iwi and community liaison group representatives have been notified.

The first incident occurred between 9.45pm on Tuesday 14 January and 10am Wednesday 15 January 2020, this resulted in 90,000 litres of partially treated wastewater discharged to the Ruamahanga River.

This latest incident resulted in 100,000 litres of partially treated wastewater discharged to the river, as well as 300,000 litres of fully treated wastewater.

Due to the dilution factor in the river, it’s understood that public health and recreational water user risk from all discharges was negligible.

However, Wellington Water is committed to doing better with how wastewater discharges enter the environment and are working on options for this. A full incident response and investigation of the outcomes of this work will be released when completed.

22 days ago

⚠WATER OUTAGE⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

Following a burst main at the intersection of Tasman St and John St this morning, Tasman Street remains closed and water is out for 138 – 192 Tasman Street and on the corner of Carrington Street.

Water is expected to remain out until 6pm, however we have arranged temporary water supply.

Traffic… View more
Following a burst main at the intersection of Tasman St and John St this morning, Tasman Street remains closed and water is out for 138 – 192 Tasman Street and on the corner of Carrington Street.

Water is expected to remain out until 6pm, however we have arranged temporary water supply.

Traffic access is limited, and a detour via Rugby St remains in place. Tasman Street is expected to re-open at 7pm.

22 days ago

Learn to love learning again

NumberWorks'nWords Karori

We can make a positive difference in your child’s education experience. We foster a love for learning, and build confidence. Call today for a free introductory lesson and see our engaging program!

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22 days ago

New term starting next week - come visit!

Laura Lopez from Wilton Playcentre

Do you want to be part of how your child learns, and develops through play?
Playcentre could be your village. See children delight in their surroundings- play with them, alongside them, encourage them to interact with others while you meet other parents and educators.
Parents are the first … View more
Do you want to be part of how your child learns, and develops through play?
Playcentre could be your village. See children delight in their surroundings- play with them, alongside them, encourage them to interact with others while you meet other parents and educators.
Parents are the first educators of children, and Playcentres around New Zealand foster the involvement of whānau through early childhood education.
Wilton Playcentre offers three free visits, so come along for a visit and see what we’re all about.

We are open Tuesday to Friday 9.15am to 12.30pm - send us an email to arrange a visit or just pop in during the session times. See you there!

#playcentreaotearoa #welcometoourvillage #learnthroughplay #term12020 #WiltonPlaycentre

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22 days ago

Help Kiwi kids thrive

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Shaping a child’s future is more than just good fortune – it takes a lot of hard work and guidance along the way. At the #GraemeDingleFoundation, we believe every child should have the opportunity to thrive, belong and be their best.

By supporting the Graeme Dingle Foundation, you are … View more
Shaping a child’s future is more than just good fortune – it takes a lot of hard work and guidance along the way. At the #GraemeDingleFoundation, we believe every child should have the opportunity to thrive, belong and be their best.

By supporting the Graeme Dingle Foundation, you are supporting Aotearoa’s tamariki directly.

A 2019 study by Infometrics found that for every dollar invested in the Graeme Dingle Foundation today, a return of $7.80 will be seen in the future economy of Aotearoa.

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22 days ago

Paint on a crate

The Team from Resene ColorShop Basin Reserve

Painting can be relaxing, and calming, a bit like an adult colouring book.

Think of this painted wooden crate project as an opportunity to paint mindfully, plus a handy way to take care of the clutter in a colourful way.

All you need is a wooden crate, sandpaper, your favourite Resene testpots… View more
Painting can be relaxing, and calming, a bit like an adult colouring book.

Think of this painted wooden crate project as an opportunity to paint mindfully, plus a handy way to take care of the clutter in a colourful way.

All you need is a wooden crate, sandpaper, your favourite Resene testpots and a little imagination.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create your own

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22 days ago

Queen + Adam Lambert – The Rhapsody Tour

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

Is this the real life, or is this just fantasy… The countdown is on for the Queen + Adam Lambert – The Rhapsody Tour at Sky Stadium on Wednesday 5 February. Metlink is providing additional buses and trains before and after the concert.

So why not enjoy the concert with Metlink. Plan your trip… View more
Is this the real life, or is this just fantasy… The countdown is on for the Queen + Adam Lambert – The Rhapsody Tour at Sky Stadium on Wednesday 5 February. Metlink is providing additional buses and trains before and after the concert.

So why not enjoy the concert with Metlink. Plan your trip today with friends and family. Avoid getting caught in a landslide and help reduce your carbon footprint. Simply relax and let us do all the work while you listen to your favourite Queen song/s as you travel to the concert on Metlink buses and trains.

For more information visit: www.metlink.org.nz...

#TheRhapsodyTour #Queen+AdamLambert #Knowbeforeyougo #Metlinkbusesandtrains

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22 days ago

Great range. Great value. Great cars.

Brendan Foot Supersite

There’s one place where you can see a large range of quality used vehicles.

Brendan Foot Supersite are open 7 days with cars that have been hand-selected and tested. Only the best make it onto our used car yard.
You’ll also get a FREE 5 year Mechanical Assurance on most used cars.

See… View more
There’s one place where you can see a large range of quality used vehicles.

Brendan Foot Supersite are open 7 days with cars that have been hand-selected and tested. Only the best make it onto our used car yard.
You’ll also get a FREE 5 year Mechanical Assurance on most used cars.

See our range online or come and see us at 7 Railway Ave, Lower Hutt.
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23 days ago

MOA POINT SLUDGE UPDATE – 30 JAN

The Team from Wellington Water

We are continuing with our investigations into the tunnel and sludge pipelines. As part of these investigations, we are testing air valves along the pipelines in the tunnel.

As air valves are located along the pipeline, these investigations may result in noticeable odour areas surrounding the … View more
We are continuing with our investigations into the tunnel and sludge pipelines. As part of these investigations, we are testing air valves along the pipelines in the tunnel.

As air valves are located along the pipeline, these investigations may result in noticeable odour areas surrounding the tunnel that runs under Mt Albert.

We apologise for any odour issues that arise as part of this work.

23 days ago

OWHIRO BAY WATER QUALITY UPDATE - 30 JAN

The Team from Wellington Water

The beach has returned to safe levels and our investigations of the likely sources in the catchment has just been completed with 3 cross-connections found. We will be removing the warning signs today.

Thanks to the wider community for your patience and understanding as we worked through resolving … View more
The beach has returned to safe levels and our investigations of the likely sources in the catchment has just been completed with 3 cross-connections found. We will be removing the warning signs today.

Thanks to the wider community for your patience and understanding as we worked through resolving these cross-connections.

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