Wadestown, Wellington

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6 days ago

BBQ

Julia from Ngaio

4 burner BBQ good condition. Offers? All money goes to Maraeroa School Cannons Creek.
Must pick up in Ngaio.

Price: $200

6 days ago

Wellington woman coaching Liverpool

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Former Wellington woman and Football Fern Emma Humphries is making her mark at Liverpool. She is into her third season with Liverpool after making the move to England with her partner Bev Preistmen, the assistant coach of England’s national women's team.

Humphries, 34, represented the … View more
Former Wellington woman and Football Fern Emma Humphries is making her mark at Liverpool. She is into her third season with Liverpool after making the move to England with her partner Bev Preistmen, the assistant coach of England’s national women's team.

Humphries, 34, represented the Football Ferns at the 2007 Women’s World Cup but retired early to move into coaching after tearing an anterior cruciate ligament in a knee. One of the highlights of her time at Liverpool has been meeting and working with men's coach Jurgen Klopp.

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6 days ago

Exam Time

NumberWorks'nWords Karori

It's that time of year again! ?

Chat to us about how we can help your child manage exam block.

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6 days ago

Key tips for a warmer, drier home – 8/9 – Mould

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Wellington

Key tips for a warmer, drier home, Mould, 8 of 9, 2015.

Use bleach or white vinegar to remove mould from ceilings and walls.


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6 days ago

Time to take your dog on a pub crawl

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

It's that time of the year for Wellington's dog-friendly fundraiser. Pints for Pooches, with all proceeds going directly to SPCA Wellington Centre.

Attendees will be able to visit eight pubs and are encouraged to wear matching outfits. Pints for Pooches is taking place on Saturday … View more
It's that time of the year for Wellington's dog-friendly fundraiser. Pints for Pooches, with all proceeds going directly to SPCA Wellington Centre.

Attendees will be able to visit eight pubs and are encouraged to wear matching outfits. Pints for Pooches is taking place on Saturday September 19.

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9 days ago

MP has no plans to run for Wellington mayoralty.

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

We will never know if Rongotai MP Paul Eagle would make a good Wellington mayor.

Eagle told Stuff he has no plans to stand for Wellington mayor in 2022.
Stuff understands Eagle has held a number of meetings with key political players about a potential mayoral run in two years’ time.

The … View more
We will never know if Rongotai MP Paul Eagle would make a good Wellington mayor.

Eagle told Stuff he has no plans to stand for Wellington mayor in 2022.
Stuff understands Eagle has held a number of meetings with key political players about a potential mayoral run in two years’ time.

The first-term MP previously spent seven years on Wellington City Council, including one year as deputy mayor, and has long been rumoured to have his eyes on the mayoralty. He has told Stuff he was committed to seeing out his term as an MP.

Do you think he would make a good mayor?

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30 days ago

Transmission Gully to open by September 2021

Matt Tso Reporter from Community News

After years of talk and delays how optimistic are you the schedule will be kept?

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) has announced the new opening date and costs after months of negotiations with the private partners building the billion-dollar road.

The latest deal would see Transmission Gully’s … View more
After years of talk and delays how optimistic are you the schedule will be kept?

The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) has announced the new opening date and costs after months of negotiations with the private partners building the billion-dollar road.

The latest deal would see Transmission Gully’s cost pushed up to $1.25 billion - now $400m above an original expected $850m bill.

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6 days ago

Warrant of Fitness extensions to expire

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Waka Kotahi (NZTA) is urging the 620,000 motorists with temporary Warrant of Fitness extensions to get their vehicles checked before October 10.

The NZTA issued an extension to WoFs during COVID-19 Alert Level 4, allowing motorists to operate their vehicles during this time.

What you need to … View more
Waka Kotahi (NZTA) is urging the 620,000 motorists with temporary Warrant of Fitness extensions to get their vehicles checked before October 10.

The NZTA issued an extension to WoFs during COVID-19 Alert Level 4, allowing motorists to operate their vehicles during this time.

What you need to know:

- Book a WoF as soon as possible with your local mechanics to avoid delay.

- In a statement, MTA reported that there here may be a higher fail rate with some vehicles not been checked for over 12 months.

- Other documents with temporary extensions: CoFs, regos, vehicle certifications, and driver licenses.

- MTA reports that a total of 1.62 million inspections need to be completed between now and October 31.

For more information on temporary documentation extensions, see the NZTA Website.
Click here for more information on the WoF inspection process.

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12 days ago

Are you worried about losing your job?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

About one in 14 workers say they expect to lose their job or business by mid-2021, according to Stats NZ.

A survey of employed people in the June 2020 quarter showed seven percent felt there was a high or almost certain chance of losing their job or business within the next 12 months. At a … View more
About one in 14 workers say they expect to lose their job or business by mid-2021, according to Stats NZ.

A survey of employed people in the June 2020 quarter showed seven percent felt there was a high or almost certain chance of losing their job or business within the next 12 months. At a national level this represented 185,000 workers. A further 18 percent (468,000) felt there was a medium chance, while 4 percent (105,000) stated they did not know what their job security was going to be over the following year.

Most people surveyed said there was little or no chance of losing their job or business (71 percent or 1,859,000).

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6 days ago

Get your 15 minutes of fame in Upper Hutt

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Andy Warhol once said, “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes” and the idea is brought to life in Expressions Whirinaki’s latest exhibition.

Pop Garden is made for selfies, a full-immersion, multimedia, multi-sensorial experience inspired by Pop Art and Andy Warhol’s masterpiece … View more
Andy Warhol once said, “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes” and the idea is brought to life in Expressions Whirinaki’s latest exhibition.

Pop Garden is made for selfies, a full-immersion, multimedia, multi-sensorial experience inspired by Pop Art and Andy Warhol’s masterpiece Flowers.

Visitors enter a hall of mirrors with physical elements, projections, and video-mapping which multiply the effect to infinity. On until December 13 and entry by donation, this international exhibit of dazzling lights, rock music, and flowers takes you back to the golden years of Pop Art.

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6 days ago

Happy Māori Language Week, Aotearoa!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Kia ora Neighbours!

Have you noticed something a little different on Neighbourly today? To celebrate Māori Language Week, we’ve given our logo a little update.

'Haporitanga' means ‘the many principles and actions of being a community’ and we think it’s a great way to … View more
Kia ora Neighbours!

Have you noticed something a little different on Neighbourly today? To celebrate Māori Language Week, we’ve given our logo a little update.

'Haporitanga' means ‘the many principles and actions of being a community’ and we think it’s a great way to express what Neighbourly is.

Want to get involved in Maori Language Week? Here are some ideas to get you started.
Get involved

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6 days ago

Vegepod $50,000 Giveaway

Jo McCarroll Reporter from NZ Gardener

We're giving away 100 Vegepods. To enter purchase the September issue of NZ Gardener, find the code and enter it online at Stuff.co.nz/vegepod Find out more

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9 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Yes it is Friday but it is Way Back Wednesday time again.

Wellingtonian history buffs, can you tell us where this is and what are your memories?

Today's photograph comes courtesy of Graham Stewart and the Woolf Collection

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10 days ago

Cute Ngaio cottage is crying out to be renovated

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Whoever buys 44 Tarikaka Rd had better like a challenge

The semi-derelict Ngaio house, which has been owned by the same people for more than 30 years, is clearly ripe for renovation. It’s a classic three-bedroom “doer-upper” on an elevated 615 square-metre section.

The property, which has … View more
Whoever buys 44 Tarikaka Rd had better like a challenge

The semi-derelict Ngaio house, which has been owned by the same people for more than 30 years, is clearly ripe for renovation. It’s a classic three-bedroom “doer-upper” on an elevated 615 square-metre section.

The property, which has an RV of $670,000, goes to auction on September 25, 2020.

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7 days ago

Mower

Rachelle from Crofton Downs

Open to offers, barely used and now no grass to cut.

Negotiable

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