As part of our watermain renewal project in Duncan Street, Tawa, we will be interrupting water supply for a short time.
This is scheduled to take place tomorrow from 9:00am to 1.00pm.
The water will be back on as soon as possible, but we recommend you fill up some containers with water before the time above and avoid running your dishwasher, washing machine or any appliances that use water. It is best not to use water from your hot water cylinder either as the cylinder may get damaged if the water level gets too low.
When the water supply is turned back on, it’s a good idea to open a cold tap slowly and let it run for a minute or so to clear any air bubbles that may have entered the system. Air can cause the water to turn a milky colour, but this won’t affect the taste and should clear quickly.
"Raw, witty and intense... Well worth a night out" THE DOMINION POST
After sell-out seasons in Auckland and Sydney, the award-winning romcom is celebrating its Wellington debut.
COCK is a wildly funny take on contemporary love. It's for every woman who's fallen in love with the wrong guy. It's for every guy who's ever completely bollocksed up a relationship. It's for every person who's been stuck having to choose between two people. Bring him, her and them.
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We are looking for people who were treated at Calvary Hospital in Newtown, now Wakefield Hospital, between 1960-87. The hospital was run by a Catholic order of nursing sisters, The Little Company of Mary. We are particularly after those treated in the area of obstetrics/gynecology.
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What happens when a stack of rusty tins containing rare footage of the 1931 Napier earthquake is uncovered? This exhibition explores how Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision archivists preserved this and other taonga. Features a 20-minute showreel of earthquake footage and other film, as well as exhibits explaining how Ngā Taonga preserves our audiovisual heritage.
Date: Monday to Friday & Saturday until 22 February 2020| Time: 9am to 5pm weekdays, 9am to 1pm Saturdays | Cost: Free | Venue: Te Puna Foundation Gallery, Te Ahumairangi ground floor