536 days ago

Christmas production - Jack and the Beanstalk

Kathy from Hutt Repertory Theatre

Booking are now open for our Christmas production.

Great fun for all the family. 7:30 pm start and matinees at 4:00 pm on 1 and 2 December.

Sunday 2 December matinee is a fund raiser for Save the Children in support of their Indonesian Tsunami Emergency Appeal, so different prices to all other performances.

More messages from your neighbours
3 days ago

Black cat Kovu has been FOUND!!!

Darlene from Waiwhetu

Thank you to everyone who helped me to find my cat. You have probably seen posters around or received a flier.
He was found today after 2 months!!! Thank you so much everyone ❤️

5 days ago

Lost Cat

Moira from Waterloo


I I recently moved house from further up Riverside Drive in Waterloo to live in, Naenae and now I’ve lost my bearings and I’m lost!! I'm a Black and White, neutered male and microchipped. I normally wear a blue collar with two bells, but it's a safety collar so if I hook it on something it'll automatically release and fall off. I have a perfectly shaped little white bow-tie moustache, white whiskers and an inverted white triangle over my nose, the rest of my face is black. Black back and white tummy with puss-in-boots, white markings on both back legs and my front paws look like they were dipped in cream. I have a black tail curled like a koru.

I’m a very shy boy and will possibly run away when approached by someone I don’t know…..unless I’m being offered a bowl of cat biscuits!!

If noticed please phone my mum on 020 4104 3557 – Thank you SO MUCH!!

12 hours ago

How can I help look after others?

Grace from Hutt City Council

Unless you are an essential worker, the best way you can help others is by staying home and helping people from there.
Kindness is an incredibly powerful way to show you are united against COVID-19. You can make a huge difference by talking to people over the phone or online:

- Checking in on older relatives or vulnerable people to make sure they have everything they need.

- Talking to friends, whānau and neighbours over the phone to see how they are and if they need support.

These kinds of connections and offers of help will go a long way to getting others through COVID-19.