Waterloo, Lower Hutt

10 days ago

COVID-19: What we're doing

The team from Hutt City Council

4.30pm UPDATE:

Laings Road Admin Building - From this evening all facilities will close, including the front desk at Laings Road Admin Building. Our resources will be redirected to our virtual contact centre.

Parking - Hutt City Council will stop enforcing parking charges across Lower Hutt for … View more
4.30pm UPDATE:

Laings Road Admin Building - From this evening all facilities will close, including the front desk at Laings Road Admin Building. Our resources will be redirected to our virtual contact centre.

Parking - Hutt City Council will stop enforcing parking charges across Lower Hutt for the next 48 hours. This will enable people to access essential services in our city, and allow people to plan for our move to level 4, without any charge for parking.

4pm Monday 23 March

To help control the spread of COVID-19, all Hutt City Council facilities are temporarily closed. This includes swimming pools, libraries, gyms, community hubs, computer clubhouses, museums, community halls, playgrounds, parks and sportsfields.

Rubbish collection is an essential service and especially during situations like COVID-19. For Lower Hutt this means that your kerbside rubbish and recycling collection service will continue. Due to reduced staffing on the trucks (to enable staff to work safely and at distance from one another) the service may be a little slower than usual, but it will still be collected. So please be patient. This also means that recycling may not always be able to be sorted as it has been and in that case may have to be taken to landfill for a period. Normal recycle processing will resume as soon as possible.

Community recycling stations – these will continue to be open for cardboard and paper. These stations are cleared by a front loading truck so there is no handling by people. Please note however that if too much material is left at these recycling stations and especially if rubbish is left there they will be closed. So please only use these for what you need.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FROM COUNCIL
visit huttcity.govt.nz/covid19
email contact@huttcity.govt.nz
call +64 4 570 6666 | 0800 HUTT CITY

10 days ago

COVID-19

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

New Zealand is at COVID-19 alert level 3, and will rise to alert level 4. We will be prioritising urgent and acute services over non-essential services, and are reviewing planned procedures and outpatient appointments to look at what can safely be rescheduled.

We will be in contact with all … View more
New Zealand is at COVID-19 alert level 3, and will rise to alert level 4. We will be prioritising urgent and acute services over non-essential services, and are reviewing planned procedures and outpatient appointments to look at what can safely be rescheduled.

We will be in contact with all affected patients, and ask that people do not phone us. We will continue to provide patients and the public with information as developments progress.

10 days ago

METLINK MOVES TO SUNDAY SERVICES FROM WEDNESDAY

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

In response to the Prime Minister’s address today on raised COVID-19 levels, Metlink will be moving to Sunday services across all public transport modes from Wednesday 25 March.

Metlink GM Scott Gallacher says, that while there are still a number of issues to work out, all trains and buses will … View more
In response to the Prime Minister’s address today on raised COVID-19 levels, Metlink will be moving to Sunday services across all public transport modes from Wednesday 25 March.

Metlink GM Scott Gallacher says, that while there are still a number of issues to work out, all trains and buses will move to Sunday services after Tuesday.

“We’ll work to deliver to the current timetables across the network tomorrow but from first thing Wednesday morning, Sunday timetables will be implemented,” says Mr Gallacher.

Buses will no longer board from the front door. Metlink apologises to customers who rely on the accessibility options provided at the front door and encourages customers to find out more about Total Mobility services during this time by calling 0800 801 700.

Customers will be encouraged to continue their own physical distancing practices on all trains and buses, leaving a space next to them where they can.

“We’re still working out what this might mean for Wairarapa rail services and will provide more updates when they become available,” says Mr Gallacher.

UPDATE: As part of the move to Sunday timetables, Metlink school bus services will not run from Wednesday.

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13 days ago

Missing cat (QUEEN STREET, PETONE)

Amy from Woburn

Hello
I am posting this on the behalf of a Cats of Wellington member who cannot for some reason get onto this site.  Owners name is Megan Drayton & am sure she can be contacted through FB messanging &/or please reply to this post.
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Our 2yr old Finn is missing in Petone.  … View more
Hello
I am posting this on the behalf of a Cats of Wellington member who cannot for some reason get onto this site.  Owners name is Megan Drayton & am sure she can be contacted through FB messanging &/or please reply to this post.
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Our 2yr old Finn is missing in Petone.  Could everyone please keep an eye out for any sightings?  He's chipped & very friendly & he never leaves for more than a few hours.  He's not come home for three days now & we are really worried.  He's a blue tabby point Birman and has a distinctive kink in the end of his tail.


Thanks peeps

10 days ago

Accessing Council services from home

The team from Hutt City Council

Did you know you can access many of our services from home?

Here’s just some of our more commonly used services that you can access online, you can find a full list on our homepage under “Do it here”

🏠 Rates
🐶 Dog registrations
🏗 Building consents

For questions or assistance call … View more
Did you know you can access many of our services from home?

Here’s just some of our more commonly used services that you can access online, you can find a full list on our homepage under “Do it here”

🏠 Rates
🐶 Dog registrations
🏗 Building consents

For questions or assistance call us on 04 570 6666 or email contact@huttcity.govt.nz

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10 days ago

Dry pine split firewood

Judy from Normandale

$100.00 per cubic meter - come and bring a trailer or Ute to collect

Price: $100

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10 days ago

We are OPEN

Gaylene Hawkins from Hearing Association Hutt Valley

Are your ears feeling a bit blocked?
Do you have the TV up loud and your family are always telling you about it?
Do you need to get some hearing aid batteries?
We have appointments available to have them Micro suctioned by our specialist Ear Nurses.
We have a stock of most hearing aid battery … View more
Are your ears feeling a bit blocked?
Do you have the TV up loud and your family are always telling you about it?
Do you need to get some hearing aid batteries?
We have appointments available to have them Micro suctioned by our specialist Ear Nurses.
We have a stock of most hearing aid battery sizes available at a discounted price.

So come and see us, we open each day from 10am- 1.00pm or Monday's & Thursday's 9.30am-2.00pm for microsuctioning. by appointment only.

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10 days ago

CDs (Blues/Rock)

Ian from Petone

Blues/Rock CDs - All in excellent condition.

Shihad - The Meanest Hits
Pacifier (AKA Shihad) - Double CD (Pacifier + Weapons of Mass Destruction)
Van Halen - Ist LP
Jimmy Rogers - Walking by Myself
Hubert Sumlins Blues Party
George Melly - Anything Goes
Otis Spann - From the Archives
Earl Hooker -… View more
Blues/Rock CDs - All in excellent condition.

Shihad - The Meanest Hits
Pacifier (AKA Shihad) - Double CD (Pacifier + Weapons of Mass Destruction)
Van Halen - Ist LP
Jimmy Rogers - Walking by Myself
Hubert Sumlins Blues Party
George Melly - Anything Goes
Otis Spann - From the Archives
Earl Hooker - Genius
Ron Thompson - Just Pickin'
The Michael Barclay Blues Band - Midnight Rendezvous
Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation - Remains to be Heard
Heavy Nugget Vol 5
Babes in Toyland - Fontanelle
Marty Wilde - Wilde about Marty
Mountain - Millenium Collection (Double CD)
T-Bone Walker - Doing it my way
The Replacements - Original Album Series - 5 CDs
Zodiac Mindwarp - Tatood Beat Messiah

Prices:
$10 for 1 or 3 for $24 or 5 for $25 or 10 for $35

Negotiable

10 days ago

Chocolate Fountain For Sale

Ian from Petone

Unwanted gift, great for parties and kids love it. Only used once.

Price: $7.50

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10 days ago

Wet Suit (Ladies Size NZ10)

Ian from Petone

Body Glove wet suit, size 10, never used (unwanted gift)

Price: $25

10 days ago

Digital Calendar Clock

Ian from Petone

Brand new electric wall clock. Size 19 cms x 15 cms

Price: $15

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10 days ago

Fishing rod (Katmandu) and accessories for sale

Ian from Petone

Katmandu fishing rod - brand new still in original presentation - never used - unwanted gift.
Original price $70, I will sell it for $30.

Price: $30

10 days ago

Collection of children's books

Ian from Petone

10 Children's books - all in excellent condition.
Paddington 2 (The story of the movie) / Paddington 2 (The movie storybook)Twilight (Directors notebook) / Infinite Romance by Kirsten Stewart / True love never dies by Robert Pattinson) / JoJos guide to making your own fun / JoJos guide to the … View more
10 Children's books - all in excellent condition.
Paddington 2 (The story of the movie) / Paddington 2 (The movie storybook)Twilight (Directors notebook) / Infinite Romance by Kirsten Stewart / True love never dies by Robert Pattinson) / JoJos guide to making your own fun / JoJos guide to the sweet life / Her space / Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls / Harry Potter and the cursed child - Script book

Price: $25

10 days ago

Child's Suede leather boots

Ian from Petone

Children's Agatha Ruis De La Prada Boots (Made in Spain). Medium blue colour. Size 36.
Very good condition. Phone Ian on 0274574744 or email stem@xtra.co.nz

Price: $20

11 days ago

COVID-19

The team from Hutt City Council

Important information for our community

Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Saturday we have closed all of our community facilities. This covers libraries, hubs, pools, clubhouses, museums, art gallery, community houses, community halls and the Ricoh Sports Centre.

Our main office… View more
Important information for our community

Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Saturday we have closed all of our community facilities. This covers libraries, hubs, pools, clubhouses, museums, art gallery, community houses, community halls and the Ricoh Sports Centre.

Our main office at 30 Laings Road, Animal Services offices at Seaview and Wellington are open. Extra precautions are in place to safeguard you and our staff.

Please note the Silverstream landfill and Wainuiomata cleanfill are staying open.

We'll continue to update our website with the latest information on Council's response.

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