98 days ago

How will the Transmission Gully delay affect you?

Virginia Fallon Reporter from Kapi-Mana News

The completion of the long-awaited Transmission Gully has been delayed again and we're keen to find out how that affects local residents.
Are you a commuter who's been looking forward to a faster trip into town, a business owner hoping the project would bring you more customers, or someone thoroughly sick of roadworks?
We'd love to hear what you think so let us know in the comments. [Remember to mark your post NFP if you don't want it used in our story]

More messages from your neighbours
4 hours ago

Thank you from Newbolds Upper Hutt


Thank you for all your support during lockdown Wellington, and for your ongoing support at Level One.

We’ve been absolutely blown away! Being locally owned, this means the world to us.

See our website for great deals from our friends at Panasonic and Miele, who also love supporting locally owned businesses.

•We deliver and install Wellington wide
•We’ll even take away your old appliance
•Award winning customer service
•Come in and see us instore or shop online

Meet the friendly local team at Newbolds Upper Hutt. Kevin, Mike, Brandon and owner Darren (seen below)
Webiste: www.newbolds.co.nz

4 hours ago

Cosy Care Suite living at Elderslea

Oceania Healthcare

Elderslea is opening its doors on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th August, between 11am and 3pm.

Come along and discover how we've reinvented rest home living with our cosy Care Suites, providing Rest Home and Hospital care. Featuring all the bells and whistles, such as a living area, ensuite and kitchenette, there's enough space for you to entertain your friends and family.

Elderslea Care is located at 29 Redwood Street, Elderslea, Upper Hutt
Find out more

6 hours ago

Covid-19 Alert Level update

Seamus Boyer from Wellington City Council

Kia ora Pōneke, from midday on Wednesday 12 August, Wellington, along with most of New Zealand, will be re-entering Covid-19 Alert Level 2. This will last until midnight on Friday.

It follows the news that in Auckland there are four positive cases of COVID-19 from an unknown source. The Auckland Region will move to Alert Level 3 for the same period.

Here's what we all can do to help:

- Continue or get back to stringent hand hygiene, sneeze and cough into your elbow.​
- If you or a family member are unwell please stay at home and contact Healthline or your GP about getting a test.​
- Practise physical distancing of two metres wherever possible.​
- Consider wearing a mask in public spaces or places where it is hard to physically distance.​

​For more information on health advice or the Alert Levels, please go to: covid19.govt.nz...

We will be updating the Council website and social channels tomorrow. Be kind and stay safe, Wellington. We're all in this together. 💛🖤💛🖤

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