734 days ago

Cost-effective and reliable childcare

Marketing Manager from The Campbell Institute

If you want cost-effective and reliable childcare with the added bonus of an international cultural experience then Campbell’s Demi Au Pair programme could be just what you need. A great opportunity for families needing help with childcare and housework - we are currently able to accept new families due to a large number of Demi Au Pairs wanting to come to New Zealand. Get in touch now.

demiaupair.co.nz/host-families/

Image
More messages from your neighbours
A
1 hour ago

What's On: Gospel Services

Allison from Papakowhai

All are welcome to attend Christian Gospel Services held at the Cashmere Avenue School Hall on Wednesdays 7:45pm. Teachings of Jesus from the Bible.
Gospel Services
  • Cashmere Avenue School
2 hours ago

SuperGold Cardholders Receive 11-15% off Selected Tyres at Beaurepaires!*

Anna Smith from Beaurepaires Wellington Kent Terrace

Are you a SuperGold Cardholder?

Beaurepaires wants you to arrive safely wherever you travel, which is why we offer SuperGold Cardholders 11 – 15% off Michelin, BFGoodrich, Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres.*

Plus you can get great deals on Exide batteries and Shell Lubricants in-store!

Keep you and your family safe on the road this winter with our FREE 4 Point Safety Check which includes:
- FREE Tyre Pressure Check
- FREE Battery Check
- FREE Tyre Tread Depth Check
- FREE Oil Check

*T&C's apply.

beaurepaires.co.nz/supergold-members/?utm_source=neighbourly&utm_medium=national_message&utm_term=supergold_standard_discount_post&utm_content=&utm_campaign=supergold_post&utm_nooverride=1

Image
3 hours ago

Our broken heart: what needs to happen in Civic Square?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

The city's heart - Te Ngākau Civic Square - is shaping up to be a key battleground in this year's election. Wellington City Council CEO Kevin Lavery says politicians will have major choices to make about the square after the election: How safe do they want it to be? Do they want to throw a lot of money at it over the next six years or spread that spend over 20 years to relieve strain on the public purse? What do you think needs to happen there?

stuff.co.nz/national/114447877/running-wellington-city-not-for-the-faint-hearted-says-ceo-in-report--which-highlights-future-issues

Image