Carterton District, Carterton

26 days ago

Just what you need, right nearby

Four Square

Hot chicken and fresh salad 4 the easy dinner? Apples and a loaf of bread 4 the lunchbox panic? Bacon and eggs 4 breakfast in bed?

Whether it’s easy munches, school lunches or Sunday brunches, your Four Square has everything you need to keep life nice, easy and local.

Four Square. Just … View more
Hot chicken and fresh salad 4 the easy dinner? Apples and a loaf of bread 4 the lunchbox panic? Bacon and eggs 4 breakfast in bed?

Whether it’s easy munches, school lunches or Sunday brunches, your Four Square has everything you need to keep life nice, easy and local.

Four Square. Just what you need, right nearby.
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26 days ago

Have you survived a life shock?

The Team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is exploring what it means to be resilient in times of uncertainty and loss. Perhaps you've suffered a devastating financial loss, overcome a health issue, or had to start over again? We're keen to hear what made you keep going, and what advice you would have for … View moreThe Sunday Star-Times is exploring what it means to be resilient in times of uncertainty and loss. Perhaps you've suffered a devastating financial loss, overcome a health issue, or had to start over again? We're keen to hear what made you keep going, and what advice you would have for others. If you're happy to be identified and share your story, please share your story in the comments below, or contact kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz

26 days ago

Selling two bulls, 6 months old.

Natalia from Opaki

Selling two young bulls.
They are pure breed lowlines, but no papers.
$600 each bull.
We are located at Upper Plain, Masterton.
We can help to transport them to your place.

Price: $600

27 days ago

URGENT - Hay/Feed Required.

Julian from Carterton District

Hello, we are seeking supply of hay for horse feed.

Bulk preferred but anything considered.

Contact Emily Ph 0223953279

32 days ago

Building 101: So you want to build a sleep out...

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

When I heard there would be changes to the consent rules around building sleep outs, I was excited. I've always wanted a tea house in my back yard... a garden room where I can do a bit of potting, maybe read a book, or just cool off in the shade.
Turns out it's not quite as simple as a … View more
When I heard there would be changes to the consent rules around building sleep outs, I was excited. I've always wanted a tea house in my back yard... a garden room where I can do a bit of potting, maybe read a book, or just cool off in the shade.
Turns out it's not quite as simple as a trip to the hardware store to burn a hole in your credit card. If you're thinking of putting something up on your property, check in here first:

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26 days ago

Corner bath

Diana from Masterton District

Corner bath with taps and spout in very good condition for uplifting now.

Price: $50

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26 days ago

Mayor impressed with police work catching suspected home invader

Piers Fuller Reporter from News of Wairarapa

Carterton Mayor Greg Lang was impressed with the speed police managed to locate one of the men suspected of breaking into a house and threatening its occupant.
"The quick response from both the Wairarapa and Hutt Valley police has produced a fantastic result that our community can be proud of.… View more
Carterton Mayor Greg Lang was impressed with the speed police managed to locate one of the men suspected of breaking into a house and threatening its occupant.
"The quick response from both the Wairarapa and Hutt Valley police has produced a fantastic result that our community can be proud of.

"Their excellent work will no doubt provide peace of mind to our Carterton community.
The police are confident there is no risk to the wider Carterton community from the group involved in the burglary.
We are fortunate to live in a close-knit community and incidents like this act as a good reminder that it’s good to look out for your neighbour."
"I urge anyone with information about the remaining three offenders to please contact police," Lang said.
(Police provided photo of the gun suspected in the hold up.)

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27 days ago

Firewood, Mulch, Top soil & Compost

Nathan and Lucie from Masterton Mulch

🌱Organic Mulch
🌱Screened Top Soil
🌱Nutritious Compost
🌲Ready to Burn Firewood

WINZ quotes available for Firewood

Prompt Delivery Call/Txt 0212203694

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32 days ago

Hidden in New Zealand: A magical boot hotel

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

Just 30 minutes from Nelson, you'll find this unique hotel - the brainchild of passionate and super-friendly locals Judy and Steve Richards. Would you stay?

27 days ago

Featherston Booktown returns with a wonderful June line-up

Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

Featherston Booktown is back! Don't miss their “Words in Winter” a series of drawcard literary events from June through to August in Featherston.
First up is “Aotearoa New Zealand, We Need to Talk” featuring three award winning and provocative writers held over the weekend of 27- 28 … View more
Featherston Booktown is back! Don't miss their “Words in Winter” a series of drawcard literary events from June through to August in Featherston.
First up is “Aotearoa New Zealand, We Need to Talk” featuring three award winning and provocative writers held over the weekend of 27- 28 June 2020.

- Sarah Gaitanos and Linda Clark on Shirley Smith: An Examined Life The Kiwi Hall, 62 Bell Street, Featherston Saturday 27 June 2pm Sarah Gaitanos and Linda Clark explore Sarah’s recently released biography of Shirley Smith: An Examined Life

- Alan Duff – A Conversation with my Country The Kiwi Hall, 62 Bell Street, Featherston Saturday 27 June 4pm Alan Duff in a hard-hitting conversation with Featherston Booktown Chair, Peter Biggs about Aotearoa New Zealand as Alan sees it, thirty years on from when his first book Once Were Warriors was published

- Becky Manawatu – The magic of Auē. The Kiwi Hall, 62 Bell Street, Featherston Sunday 28 June at 11am Winner of the Jann Medlicott Acorn Prize for Fiction at this year’s Ockham New Zealand Book Awards, Becky Manawatu, will be in conversation with her publisher, Mary McCallum, of Makaro Press, discussing why Becky’s prize-winning book (her first book), Auē, has been so successful.

Tickets from either the Masterton or Martinborough i-SITEs or on Eventfinda $20 plus ticketing costs.

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29 days ago

Luxury for less

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

Luxury lodges, usually full of overseas tourists and facing the off-peak winter season are slashing prices as much as 60 per cent, making a night at these lodges a little more accessible.

30 days ago

Would you dare?

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

It's a cross between a fighter jet and torpedo - that looks like a shark - and this Queenstown ride has been discounted to encourage more Kiwis to travel.

28 days ago

Thanks for Supporting Local New Zealand!

Support Local from Neighbourly Nz

Over 450 New Zealand businesses have now downloaded Support Local Shop Local posters, stickers and signs! Have you spotted one in your neighbourhood yet?

If you're a small business owner, make sure you help tell your local story by checking out the brilliant toolkits at support-local.nzView more
Over 450 New Zealand businesses have now downloaded Support Local Shop Local posters, stickers and signs! Have you spotted one in your neighbourhood yet?

If you're a small business owner, make sure you help tell your local story by checking out the brilliant toolkits at support-local.nz created by our mates at Stanley Street (they're local too!)
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