Carterton District, Carterton

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23 days ago

KittyCat Rehoming raffle winner

Lee from South Wairarapa District

Our two summer raffles have been drawn. Our lucky winners are below.
Winner of the $100 voucher to Hey Jude Boutique in Featherston is Sheila of Carterton with ticket number 30 A Red spades.
Winner of the knitted scarecrow doll is Maria with ticket number 11 E Green hearts.

Congratulations to both… View more
Our two summer raffles have been drawn. Our lucky winners are below.
Winner of the $100 voucher to Hey Jude Boutique in Featherston is Sheila of Carterton with ticket number 30 A Red spades.
Winner of the knitted scarecrow doll is Maria with ticket number 11 E Green hearts.

Congratulations to both our winners! We hope you enjoy your prize.

Thankyou to everyone who supported us by buying tickets and to all the supermarkets who allow us to sell tickets on their premises. We couldn’t do what we do without your support.

KittyCat Rehoming Wairarapa is a registered Charitable Trust CC54963. Our mission is the care, desexing, management and rehoming of community and abandoned cats in the Wairarapa area.

13 days ago

Firewood small rings

Renai Rodgers from Dukes Digger & Earthworks Ltd

Dry Pine rings small to medium some may need to be split.
We will deliver from Featherston to Masterton
$320 4m3 trailer load. Call 02108855412 for delivery.

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15 days ago

Flier Deliveries - Martinborough & Featherston

Lee-Anne Walker & Paul Hullett

Hello - I am looking for people to help deliver fliers in Featherston and Martinborough. This is a paid job. Please call Lee-Anne on 0800 765 318 if you might be interested. Thank you.

14 days ago

Wairarapa still welcomes visitors, tourism boss says

Piers Fuller Reporter from News of Wairarapa

As the door is shut on some of Wairarapa’s iconic events, a marketing campaign is
underway to remind people that visitors continue to be warmly welcome.
Destination Wairarapa general manager Anna Nielson says, “Wairarapa - still plenty to do”, is pitched at visitors who had maybe planned to … View more
As the door is shut on some of Wairarapa’s iconic events, a marketing campaign is
underway to remind people that visitors continue to be warmly welcome.
Destination Wairarapa general manager Anna Nielson says, “Wairarapa - still plenty to do”, is pitched at visitors who had maybe planned to come to the region for an event but are now having second thoughts because the event has been cancelled.
“All of the things that people love about Wairarapa such as our fabulous food and wine, big open spaces, stunning scenery and so on are all still here, ready and waiting to be enjoyed,” Ms Nielson says.
The New Zealand Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has effectively either cancelled or postponed indefinitely all events and public gatherings of over 500 people.
In Wairarapa, immediately impacted is this weekend’s annual Martinborough Round the Vines and the National Drag Racing competition in Masterton. Other big annual events such as the Wairarapa Balloon Festival over Easter Weekend have also been
either cancelled or postponed.
“These events bring lots of visitors to the Wairarapa, and our message is, although these events are now no longer running, there is still plenty on offer, so please come,” Ms Nielson says.
Tourism spend contributes about $195 million to the Wairarapa economy, employing around 1500 people. There are about 250,000 commercial guest nights in the Wairarapa each year.
“These are extraordinary times, particularly for people working in the tourism industry. As an organisation with over 300 members we need to do whatever we can to help businesses navigate through this period of uncertainty," Nielsen said.

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14 days ago

Are you trying to contact our call centre?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear gardeners,

Please note that staff at call centre are currently unable to answer calls due to international Covid-19 restrictions. In the interim, please email your request to subs@mags4gifts.co.nz. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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14 days ago

Free Kenwood A701 Mixer and attachments (suitable for repair

Thomas from Masterton District

Have a Kenwood a701 type mixer free suitable for parts or repair
Its in bits .all parts there ...just needs a new main cct board ...capacitors dry out and pop in em
theres also all the mixing hooks...plus a mincer and the attachable blender
take the lot only

Ring Thomas 3782945 for … View more
Have a Kenwood a701 type mixer free suitable for parts or repair
Its in bits .all parts there ...just needs a new main cct board ...capacitors dry out and pop in em
theres also all the mixing hooks...plus a mincer and the attachable blender
take the lot only

Ring Thomas 3782945 for details and pickup

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14 days ago

Waters off?

Debbie from Greytown

Waters gone off in mcmaster St Greytown!

14 days ago

Featherston Booktown cancelled

Piers Fuller Reporter from News of Wairarapa

It is with great disappointment that, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the latest guidelines from the NZ Government – and following extensive consideration by the Featherston Booktown Board of Trustees, Featherston Booktown has decided to cancel the 2020 Festival scheduled for 7-10 May 2020.… View moreIt is with great disappointment that, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the latest guidelines from the NZ Government – and following extensive consideration by the Featherston Booktown Board of Trustees, Featherston Booktown has decided to cancel the 2020 Festival scheduled for 7-10 May 2020.
In making this decision, the Featherston Booktown Board are putting the health and safety of the Featherston community, writers, volunteers, audience members and other guests above all other considerations.
Featherston Booktown Operations Manager, Mary Biggs, says she is sad but grateful to the Board of Trustees for making this very hard decision.
"We want to keep our Featherston community, our writers and visitors safe and well. An enormous amount of work has been done to get to this point, so it’s disappointing that the Programme launch can’t go ahead on the 31st March and that we can’t celebrate the artefact of the book at our Festival in May.”
Featherston Booktown would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused – but hope that in making this call when we have, any inconvenience will be minimised.
The Featherston Booktown Board of Trustees is considering rescheduling the festival to later in the year – or holding it in another form - but this will depend on Government requirements regarding crowd sizes and events.
“We shall continue to monitor the situation and advise the public on our decisions about the Featherston Booktown Festival,” said Chair of the Featherston Booktown Board, Peter Biggs.

14 days ago

Free tours at Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre

Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

We LOVE this offer - free daily tours of the reserve (with entry) .
These are available each day at 12.30pm, for around 45 minutes.
Nice!

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14 days ago

Wairarapa - "not cancelled" and still plenty to do

Masterton & Martinborough i-SITE Visitor Centres

Fabulous food and wine, big open spaces, stunning scenery… there’s still lots on to see and do in the Wairarapa. Please help us by reminding your friends and family from outside the region whose holiday plans may have changed that we’re a great option for a quick getaway, take a look here at … View moreFabulous food and wine, big open spaces, stunning scenery… there’s still lots on to see and do in the Wairarapa. Please help us by reminding your friends and family from outside the region whose holiday plans may have changed that we’re a great option for a quick getaway, take a look here at what you can get up to.

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14 days ago

Have you taken steps to futureproof your career?

Josephine Franks Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Have you found yourself back in the classroom - virtual or otherwise - long after you left school? We’re looking for people who have taken steps to futureproof their careers by upskilling.

Perhaps you’re teaching yourself to code, or maybe you’ve enrolled in an evening class or online … View more
Have you found yourself back in the classroom - virtual or otherwise - long after you left school? We’re looking for people who have taken steps to futureproof their careers by upskilling.

Perhaps you’re teaching yourself to code, or maybe you’ve enrolled in an evening class or online course to help your employment prospects. It might have been something you did with your employer’s blessing, or maybe you’ve struck out on your own.

Maybe you’ve struggled to find work and did it as a way to get back on the career ladder, or perhaps you’re concerned about the pace of change in your field and want to stay ahead.

Whatever your brand of lifelong learning, we want to hear from you - email josephine.franks@stuff.co.nz

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15 days ago

Proposed changes to footpaths and streets

The Team from Office for Seniors

Hi Neighbours!

Make sure to have your say and spread the word about the Government's proposed 'accessible streets' rule changes.

One of the biggest changes would allow people riding things like bicycles, skateboards and e-scooters (powered scooter) to use the footpath, with a … View more
Hi Neighbours!

Make sure to have your say and spread the word about the Government's proposed 'accessible streets' rule changes.

One of the biggest changes would allow people riding things like bicycles, skateboards and e-scooters (powered scooter) to use the footpath, with a speed limit of 15 kilometres per hour.

Find out about all the changes and submit your feedback on this important issue here: bit.ly...

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