Paekakariki, Paekakariki

20 minutes ago

Wanted To Buy - Chromebook

Brent from Waikanae Beach

Hi Neighbours,

My son needs a Chromebook for school does anybody have one lying around that they wish to sell?

Cheers

Brent
Ph: 022 044 5699

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24 days ago

Rust repairs

Raylene from Paekakariki

Looking for someone to do some rust repairs on a bus welding a couple of steel plates.would suit a retired panel beater or similar.Wanting to get if fixed up to cof standard but would need to come to me as unable to drive it.Any recommendations much appreciated.Looking for person that doesnt need … View moreLooking for someone to do some rust repairs on a bus welding a couple of steel plates.would suit a retired panel beater or similar.Wanting to get if fixed up to cof standard but would need to come to me as unable to drive it.Any recommendations much appreciated.Looking for person that doesnt need me to donate a kidney to fund it. Thank you

8 hours ago

Pioneering retirement for a trailblazing generation

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Our residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.… View moreOur residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.

Ryman has been pioneering retirement living for 35 years. Our New Zealand and Australian villages are named after trailblazers: Sir Edmund Hilary, Weary Dunlop, Rita Angus, Nellie Melba. We always have, and always will, challenge the status quo and adapt to better serve our residents.
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8 hours ago

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION TALK

Gary from Waikanae

Microbe Apocalypse? All Your Questions Answered!
Copthorne Hotel, 100 Oriental Parade, Wellington
Tuesday 18 February 2020 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Cost - $10

We are now faced with more severe health threats than ever before. It is time to build bulletproof immunity for you and your family.
Join … View more
Microbe Apocalypse? All Your Questions Answered!
Copthorne Hotel, 100 Oriental Parade, Wellington
Tuesday 18 February 2020 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Cost - $10

We are now faced with more severe health threats than ever before. It is time to build bulletproof immunity for you and your family.
Join us to learn about your immune system and the antibody response that will fight even the toughest threats. Find out all about the latest scientific advancements and the latest research.

Graeme Clegg, Chairman & Founder | New Image™ International Presents:

- Why the World Health Organisation declared a global emergency.
- Virus - facts and myths identified. Understand and minimise the risk.
- At the current infection rates, it has been reported that by the end of February, there could be over 2 million infected and 30,000 deaths.
- Antibiotics are totally ineffective against Viruses. Only antibodies can neutralise viruses.
- Colostrum strengthens the immune system. The Coronavirus targets those with weak immunity. 10% of those hospitalised die. Throughout history, those with robust immune systems have survived every plague and epidemic.

Phone/Text Gary now on 021 1155049 to reserve your seat.

MicrobeApocalypse-Coronavirus talk Feb 20.pdf Download View

1 day ago

Wanted: 20L Jerry Cans

Russell from Paraparaumu

Any condition. Would love army style metal, but plastic would also be fine. Ideally I need 3, but will take what I'm offered!

Happy to collect.

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21 hours ago

car

Mel from Raumati South

Toyota Corolla 1.8 Gl 5 door hatch Ex condition, 180,000 klms reg and wof Auto.Towbar and drivers dr monsoon, new battery and brake pads
$4950.00 ono tel/text 027 2308456

Negotiable

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1 day ago

WAIKANAE BEACH MARKET ON TODAY

Gary from Waikanae

Karen from "Junk For Joy" "(ex Paraparaumu Beach) and Denise from "Spike The Sock Broker" will all be at the Market today and are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When:- Sunday 16 February
Where:- Waikanae
Beach Community Hall, 22 Rauparaha Street, Waikanae
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Karen from "Junk For Joy" "(ex Paraparaumu Beach) and Denise from "Spike The Sock Broker" will all be at the Market today and are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When:- Sunday 16 February
Where:- Waikanae
Beach Community Hall, 22 Rauparaha Street, Waikanae
Time:- 10am - 1pm

Lots of stalls with a great selection of products and crafts

LOCALS SUPPORTING LOCALS

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1 day ago

What's On: Love singing? Try us out!

Eric from Ranui

Voices in the Wind invites singers to join us for a free trial evening. Come give high calibre, but fun, choral singing a try! Contact Linda at lindavanmilligan@gmail.com for details.
Love singing? Try us out!
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2 days ago

Whale Song display at Coastlands

Fairview Nursery

Check out the Whale Song Information Centre display at Coastlands which opened this week

This is located opposite "Tank" Juice Bar in the food area next to PaperPlus and is an open to view public display presented by the Whale Song Charitable Trust.

This is an amazing project that will … View more
Check out the Whale Song Information Centre display at Coastlands which opened this week

This is located opposite "Tank" Juice Bar in the food area next to PaperPlus and is an open to view public display presented by the Whale Song Charitable Trust.

This is an amazing project that will not require any Ratepayer Funds. Correct, you as a ratepayer are not being asked to contribute through your rates. The Whale Song Charitable Trust are making no funding requests of Council except to help progress the project through the resource consent process.

This project will be funded by private donors, sponsorships and arts grants.

Want to donate, contact the trust or pop in and visit the display in the mall.

The biggest sculptural project in New Zealand all about NZ's earliest beginnings right here in Kapiti, pre european, whales, oil, commerce, conservation, today!

Visit Coastlands and learn the facts about this districts cultural and early european history, and find links in this community you may not know you have...

This is a project for the Kapiti district by Kapiti people... built by those who can contribute and enjoyed by everyone.

Want to know more

Please do visit the display! Bring the kids, bring the grandparents.

www.whalesong.kiwi...

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WhaleSongBrochure.pdf Download View

1 day ago

Using Mobile phone while driving

Bert from Paraparaumu

Get an Email from my Aussie friend ( WA ) $1000.00 fine using Mobile while driving / texting ... , it's time to have it here in NZ
What about driving through Red Traffic light , ....we see it "every day " at the Waikanae big intersection . Where are the Cops ???

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1 day ago

Free wood outside 32 Eruini Street

Marie from Waikanae Beach

a big load of wood- a lot of used scrap wood, probably could use in your fires. But also some really large pieces to use for building. Please come and get it- we want to get rid of it. Outside 32 Eruini Street, waikanae beach

Free

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1 day ago

Fish Tank

Caroline from Raumati Beach

Fish Tank free must pick up from Raumati

Free

1 day ago

Sprayart painting.

Bridgette from Paraparaumu Beach

Hi to all. Just checking really to see if anyone is interested in this painting. My paintings are done with enamel spray paint and are made ready to hang.This is the only kapiti island one I have. Orders can be taken with your choice of colours. Thanks

Price: $60

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1 day ago

Creators In home care

Carolyn from Raumati South

We do In home care for 0 to 5. Our Ratio is 1 to 4. We all have our first aid certificate. We can do winz and ECE. We have great Educators on the coast. If you would like to know more please message or ring me on 0278406121.

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