47 days ago

Pet of the Day: Meet Simba

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This week we feature a cat called Simba. Who belongs to Dean Cooper from Masterton.
"Simba is around 27 years old and although starting to loose weight, is still going strong!
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you live in.

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1 day ago

Wellington council proposes to extend metered parking hours

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

The Wellington City Council is proposing to extend paid parking hours in the CBD by two to four hours every night, as it continues its push to reduce the number of private vehicles on the capital’s streets.
The change would apply to about 3300 central city parking spaces, and is another clear message to motorists to leave their cars at home as the council looks to free up road space and manage demand.
If approved by councillors on June 30 as part of the council’s 10-year plan, paid parking hours would be extended to 8pm from Sunday to Thursday, and 10pm on Friday and Saturday.
What do you think? Is it a good idea

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8 hours ago

Recycle old Mobile phones for Free

MobileRoundup

MobileRoundup is a mobile phone recycling initiative to make it easy for you to recycle your old phones. Organised & powered by computer & electronic recycler organisation ITRecycla they have set up multiple ways to get your unwanted mobile phone to us to recycle.

If you are concerned about your Data on your phone falling into the wrong hands, we offer Secure Data Destruction for $5 per Mobile device.

Visit the Mobile Roundup webpage for more information
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6 days ago

Derelict, dangerous Wellington house sells for $806,500

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Would you pay $806,500 for this dump?
A derelict, “dangerous” house for sale in Northland has sold for $806,500.
Listing agent Ben Atwill of Ray White Wellington City says the house that no-one is permitted to enter attracted five bidders, including one international bidder.
Atwill said the owner was served notice by the council, which deemed the house dangerous due to its compromised structural integrity, and therefore uninhabitable.
Ray White helped the owner find a new place to live, and he has moved into a sub-penthouse with a view