765 days ago

5 Top Tips to keep your drains flowing freely

Master Plumbers NZ - Canterbury

Blocked drains are inconvenient and unpleasant to deal with, but here are some things you can do to make them less likely to happen:
1. Scrape food scraps off plates into the bin (not down the sink)
2. Put fat, oil and grease into the bin too
3. Use drain strainers to catch food residue in the kitchen and hair/fibres/soap scum in the bathroom & laundry
4. Run just hot water in sinks and showers at least once a week to prevent a build-up of dirt and residues
5. Only flush The Three P's (pee, poo and paper) down your toilet

If your drain gets blocked, avoid using harsh chemicals as these can damage your plumbing system over time. Contact your local Master Plumber for a professional service: www.masterplumbers.org.nz...

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"Here is a picture of Marinela and Dragos chilling out. Behind them is a picture of their distant relative that died in 2019."
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1 day ago

Wellington bus drivers to strike on Friday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Do you support Wellington bus driver striking?
Wellington bus drivers will strike for 24 hours on Friday, shutting down many key services in the city.
Tramways Union secretary Kevin O’Sullivan said members had ‘just had it’.
Tramways and Public Passenger Transport Employee’s Union’s Wellington Branch gave notice of a total strike at 3am Thursday morning. The strike will start at 4am on Friday, and end at 4am on Saturday.
The ‘surprise’ strike was announced Thursday morning after drivers voted 204-2 in favour of taking industrial action at a meeting on April 14.

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17 hours ago

Poll: Do you support council amalgamation?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Minister of Local Government Nanaia Mahuta is carrying out a widespread review of local government. One of the issues that will inevitably be looked at is amalgamation.
Do you support amalgamating council's in the region.
Should Wellington, for instance, amalgamate with Porirua.
If you do not want your comments used by Stuff, please put NFP.

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Do you support council amalgamation?
  • 46% Yes
    46% Complete
  • 38.1% No
    38.1% Complete
  • 15.9% Not sure
    15.9% Complete
63 votes