South Wairarapa District, Featherston

3 days ago

JK williams lifestyle services

Jade from Masterton District

Available for your Fencing needs,
Residential or Rural
Full contract, quality workmanship
also;
Small concrete pads, paths and nibs can be made

Phone Jade on;
02041478220

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3 days ago

NZ's secret treehouse escape

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

Who knew this fairytale treehouse was just 10 minutes from Whangārei?

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3 days ago

Wharfedale speakers/JBL sub for sale

Thomas from Masterton District

Selling 2 sets of Wharfedale Crystal 40 speakers $60 per set

150w speakers
One in wood tone...one in black ...black set taller cos mounted on small stands easy to remove if not wanted
Both sets work well and only replaced as i upgraded my system
probably can set up for a listen if needed … View more
Selling 2 sets of Wharfedale Crystal 40 speakers $60 per set

150w speakers
One in wood tone...one in black ...black set taller cos mounted on small stands easy to remove if not wanted
Both sets work well and only replaced as i upgraded my system
probably can set up for a listen if needed
pics below ...storage room so just to show can always google for more info

Also selling JBL E150/230p 10 inch subwoofer $80

Again ,works well,only selling due to sub upgrade

RING 063782945 for pickup/listen details dont pm here ,cheers Thomas

Negotiable

4 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.
Find out more

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5 days ago

puppy or young dog wanted

Veronica from South Wairarapa District

Hello, I am looking for a puppy or dog under one year old as a pet/ companion. I am interested in mixed breed only, not pure breed, not toy breeds. I have a fully fenced section, would not be leaving dog alone for hours on end. Experienced dog owner.

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4 days ago

Fabrics

Rachel from Masterton District

Does anyone know when the next fabric market is please?

Negotiable

4 days ago

Shop is open again...

Frances from Masterton District

Hi folks... hope life for you all, is getting back to "normal" again - whatever that might be.......... and, yes my wee shop is open once again. I have new stock on shelves of most products, and working on getting new signage for out front. If the sign is out - then shop is open - until … View moreHi folks... hope life for you all, is getting back to "normal" again - whatever that might be.......... and, yes my wee shop is open once again. I have new stock on shelves of most products, and working on getting new signage for out front. If the sign is out - then shop is open - until 6th June open from 9. After that date more likely open from noon. Now selling Mountain Gold Manuka Honey. Photos are of a few of the products on the shelves.
First Honey plasters, and Manuka Lozenges are on special. Website is - www.everwell... . I will soon be back working elsewhere - part time once again - so shop cannot be open all day.

5 days ago

Look at these great Local Likes...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hey Vet Services Wairarapa and Merton Street Fish and Chips Shop! Your neighbours really LIKE you! Check out these awesome shoutouts from your Wellington community. Thanks for being such a special part of your community. Make a Local Like

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5 days ago

Reduce your home-office energy bills

EECA

With so many of us spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people’s energy bills are skyrocketing. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Here are 5 simple, easy to implement ideas and tips for cutting down your domestic power bills to save yourself some cash.
Find out more

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5 days ago

Do you run a small business?

Stuff Prosper

Business owners consistently show initiative, hard work and resilience - and more than ever over the past few weeks.

Prosper has launched a small business survey to gauge the scale of Covid-19's impact.

It'll only take a few minutes to complete - and will help us, help small … View more
Business owners consistently show initiative, hard work and resilience - and more than ever over the past few weeks.

Prosper has launched a small business survey to gauge the scale of Covid-19's impact.

It'll only take a few minutes to complete - and will help us, help small businesses like yours, in weeks and months to come.
Take the survey

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5 days ago

Picnic table ....SOLD .solid.

Joan from Masterton District

This picnic table is solidly made out of half rounds. Quite large and heavy. Rustic looking.

I don't need it any longer having moved house.
The photos make it look quite squat but its not that low to the ground as it appears in the photo.
Thanks for looking.
Pickup is in Kuripuni.

Price: $30

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9 days ago

MISSING INJURED KITTY - CARTERTON

Lee from South Wairarapa District

MISSING

Pud Pud is a grey and black tabby male cat, 9 years old. He has an injured front right paw, could be limping. He is a medium/large kitty. Pud Pud is very shy of strangers.
He escaped at South Wairarapa Veterinary Services from a car in the carpark last Tuesday 19 May, High St North in … View more
MISSING

Pud Pud is a grey and black tabby male cat, 9 years old. He has an injured front right paw, could be limping. He is a medium/large kitty. Pud Pud is very shy of strangers.
He escaped at South Wairarapa Veterinary Services from a car in the carpark last Tuesday 19 May, High St North in Carterton.

Much loved companion animal to two disabled people; and 88 year young retired person. We are very worried about him as he escaped before he had received any treatment. Please call 022 374 3217.

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5 days ago

Shoulder Wheatbag - brand new

Joan from Masterton District

I bought this online, brand new, for a friend but when it arrived it did not suit her purposes so am trying to on-sell it for her.
A lovely wheatbag which goes around the neck and part way down the back.
Plain fabric on the underside and fantail blue pattern on the top side.
Thanks for looking.
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I bought this online, brand new, for a friend but when it arrived it did not suit her purposes so am trying to on-sell it for her.
A lovely wheatbag which goes around the neck and part way down the back.
Plain fabric on the underside and fantail blue pattern on the top side.
Thanks for looking.
Pickup is in Kuripuni.

Price: $28

5 days ago

Mount Albert project

The Team from Wellington Water

In late January 2020, following the burst in the two wastewater sludge pipelines buried in a tunnel deep under Mt Albert, Wellington Water engaged engineering firm Stantec to identify repair options and manage the project.
Brian Perry Civil were then engaged as the lead contractor to undertake the… View more
In late January 2020, following the burst in the two wastewater sludge pipelines buried in a tunnel deep under Mt Albert, Wellington Water engaged engineering firm Stantec to identify repair options and manage the project.
Brian Perry Civil were then engaged as the lead contractor to undertake the enabling works and to manage the other contractors working on site.

A long list of options was quickly whittled down to a shortlist of two options for relining the existing pipes.
From the shortlist SaniTube, from German Company, Amex Sanivar, was selected because it offered the best value for money, could be installed quickly and highly experienced New Zealand agent and installer Hadlee and Brunton was able to undertake the work.


Despite the additional challenge of the global pandemic both pipes were successfully relined by the end of May 2020, thanks to the multi-disciplinary team brought together to deliver this innovative repair.

5 days ago

Our response to COVID-19

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington

Talofa lava

It’s Samoa Language Week, a chance for us to celebrate the rich culture, identity and language of our Samoan community. This year’s theme is ‘Tapena sou ōso mo lau malaga', which in English means ‘Prepare yourself a gift for your travels’, urging us to prepare for the … View more
Talofa lava

It’s Samoa Language Week, a chance for us to celebrate the rich culture, identity and language of our Samoan community. This year’s theme is ‘Tapena sou ōso mo lau malaga', which in English means ‘Prepare yourself a gift for your travels’, urging us to prepare for the road ahead.
I can’t think of a more fitting theme for our region at this time. Our diversity is a strength that will continue to guide us in our path to post-COVID recovery.

GW’s role in parks and environmental management is returning to pre-COVID capacity, with a few changes to keep our people and community safe.

One council function that continues to look quite different is public transport. This week, we released two videos describing how to travel safely on public transport and Metlink school buses. I encourage you to watch them, and share them with your own networks. If we all stick to the guidelines, we can keep Wellington moving smoothly and safely.

Manuia le vaiaso (have a good week) and kia kaha

Daran Ponter

Chair, Greater Wellington Regional Council

Travel on public transport and Metlink school buses under Alert Level 2

If you’ve been keeping an eye our Metlink Facebook page, you might have seen two new videos launched this week outlining how to keep safe on public transport and Metlink school services.

All Metlink passengers

If you’re using the bus, train or ferry during COVID-19 Alert Level 2, this video tells you what you need to know.

Please remember:

• Follow the physical distancing guidelines
• Enter buses through the front door
• Tag on and tag off with Snapper as normal
• If you can avoid traveling at peak times due to reduced capacity
• Keep a record of your travel at Alert Level 2
• Wash your hands before and after
• Don’t travel if you feel sick

Parents, caregivers and students

Now that we’ve moved to Alert Level 2, schools have reopened and Metlink’s School Bus Service is resuming. Things aren’t quite back to normal though, so if you or your child travel on a Metlink school bus, this video outlines what’s different.

Here’s a recap of what parents, caregivers and students should know:

• Children can sit next to each other as normal but standing isn’t permitted
• Because of this capacity will be reduced, so prepare a Plan B in case the bus is already full
• Make sure the students understand hygiene and physical distancing requirements to keep everyone safe
• Let them know they need to keep their distance from the driver
• There’s hand santiser to use on the buses
• Schools are prepared, too:

o Schools will have a register of students on each bus to help with contact tracing if it’s needed
o Schools understand physical distancing and hygiene requirements and can assist

You’ll find more information on the Metlink website or you can call 0800 801 700.

Thank you for being kind, considerate, and understanding as we work within the guidelines set out to keep everyone safe.

More details to come on Jumbotron at Wellington Railway Station

Keen commuters passing through the Wellington Railway Station may have noticed a new jumbotron (giant LED screen) in the centre of the station.

Currently, this screen is showing COVID-19 messaging, but look out for more info from us next week, when we officially launch the jumbotron along with a range of audio and visual improvements around the station which will better inform passengers about their journeys and safety.

Restrictions on park gatherings amended in-line with new guidelines

Last week, we announced that regional parks are reopening most of their amenities, including toilets, BBQs and camping facilities, with appropriate cleaning and physical distancing measures in place.

There are also no longer restrictions on recreational activities such as camping, motorised recreation, hunting, or horse riding.

As of Friday 29 May, gatherings within our parks can be expanded beyond 10 people. This is in-line with new Level 2 guidelines announced by the central government on Monday.



Please continue to keep Alert Level 2 principles in mind though:

• Everyone needs to be able to maintain a safe distance from people outside of their group - please be considerate and keep your gatherings to a sensible size, so there’s room for everyone
• You still need to keep a record of where you’ve been, and with whom, for contract tracing purposes
• Wash or sanitise your hands before and after touching gates, locks and other high-touch surfaces
• Stay home if you’re unwell

Our volunteer groups are also back in action this week! Thanks to our Park Rangers for helping transition these essential groups back into the parks.

Park Ranger offices are still officially closed, but if you see a Ranger or volunteer around, keep your conversations short and at a 2-metre distance. Remember that you can call 0800 496 734 for any park related inquiries.

University of Auckland’s COVID-19 stress and health study

The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences is conducting a nation-wide COVID-19 Stress and Health study to explore how the pandemic is affecting the physical and mental wellbeing of New Zealanders. The study has been approved by the AHREC (ethics committee).

Professors Elizabeth Broadbent and Norina Gasteiger are recruiting participants over the age of 18 and living in NZ.

If you’d like to participate in the study, or find out more, visit: www.covidstressstudy.com...

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