Aotea, Porirua

18 days ago

Free Bag of Cat Food

Paige from Ranui

I have a free bag of kitten cat biscuits
to give away.

Purina One Purposeful Nutrition For LifeLong Whole Body Health Tender Blends

Pick up is Porirua Papakowhai
Cheers

Free

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19 days ago

Whiteria Park walk way

Christine from Titahi Bay

Just been for a lovely walk on the Whiteria Park walkway. Nice day ruined by having to dodge four lots of horse shit on walkway track. Thanks guys.

Free

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19 days ago

Torpedo 7 Bike Rack

Malcolm from Tawa

Near new- doesn't fit all of our bikes so had to get another one. Best suits road bikes rather than mountain bikes. You can really only fit 3 mountain bikes on (2 adults, one kid).

www.torpedo7.co.nz...

Price: $150

24 days ago

March 15: A time to reflect

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Sunday marks one year since the March 15 terror attack in Christchurch. On the first anniversary, what are your reflections and thoughts about this event that changed New Zealand?
The photo was taken by Stuff photographer Rob Kitchin during the vigil at the Basin Reserve in the aftermath of the … View more
Sunday marks one year since the March 15 terror attack in Christchurch. On the first anniversary, what are your reflections and thoughts about this event that changed New Zealand?
The photo was taken by Stuff photographer Rob Kitchin during the vigil at the Basin Reserve in the aftermath of the tragedy.
(Please mark any comments you don't wish to see published NFP)

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22 days ago

What does declaring a pandemic for Covid-19 mean?

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

The coronavirus "outbreak" has been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation – but what does that mean?

To read more, click here.

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20 days ago

Free set of bunks/single beds

Genevra from Titahi Bay

Bunk beds with trundle bed. Free to a good home. No ladder.
Both beds can be used as single beds, or stacked on top as bunks.

Pick up in titahi bay. Pm me.

Free

21 days ago

Titahi Bay Beach update

The Team from Wellington Water

Latest results have indicated that Titahi Bay Beach remains unsuitable for swimming. The warning remains in place on LAWA’s Can I swim here map.

These warnings will remain in place until daily testing shows that the water quality has returned to safe levels.

Operational crews are continuing to … View more
Latest results have indicated that Titahi Bay Beach remains unsuitable for swimming. The warning remains in place on LAWA’s Can I swim here map.

These warnings will remain in place until daily testing shows that the water quality has returned to safe levels.

Operational crews are continuing to investigate the catchment for potential sources of contamination, which could include residential cross-connections or other network issues.

We will keep you updated via our social media and on our website.

21 days ago

Found cat

Duane from Porirua City Centre

Anybody Recognise this lil furbaby? Had a black & white friend with it also, i have vids of that one. Contact Laura ASAP on 0275231765

23 days ago

Railway sleepers , NZ rail

Des from Tawa

After some railway sleepers for my garden

22 days ago

Swimmers advised to avoid Titahi Bay Beach following monitoring results

The Team from Wellington Water

Regular water quality monitoring at Titahi Bay has shown an increase in faecal coliforms (which could indicate wastewater contamination) to levels that mean the water is currently considered unsafe for recreational use.

The public is warned against swimming and other recreational activity such as … View more
Regular water quality monitoring at Titahi Bay has shown an increase in faecal coliforms (which could indicate wastewater contamination) to levels that mean the water is currently considered unsafe for recreational use.

The public is warned against swimming and other recreational activity such as fishing or collecting seafood at Titahi Bay beach. Warning signs have been posted in the area and the LAWA Can I swim here? map has been updated. These warnings will remain in place until daily testing shows that the water quality has returned to safe levels. We will also keep the public updated via our social media and on our website.

There is no indication the result is related to operations at the nearby Porirua Wastewater Treatment Plant. Operational crews are currently investigating potential sources of contamination, which could include residential cross-connections or other network issues.

Swimming or entering water with potential wastewater contamination can lead to symptoms such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or infections of the eyes, ears, nose and throat. If you have any health concerns following contact with the water in this area then contact your doctor or Healthline 0800 611 116.

22 days ago

⚠POWER OUTAGE UPDATE - SOUTH WAIRARAPA⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

During this morning’s power cut we were able still to deliver drinking water across the Wellington region and South Wairarapa. Reservoirs were able to manage the demand, and storage is recovering in reservoirs now that treatment plants are operational.

For Featherston and Greytown residents, as … View more
During this morning’s power cut we were able still to deliver drinking water across the Wellington region and South Wairarapa. Reservoirs were able to manage the demand, and storage is recovering in reservoirs now that treatment plants are operational.

For Featherston and Greytown residents, as the reservoir that supplies your area is taking longer to recover, we would appreciate it if you could reduce your water consumption where you can. We’ll share another update when you can use water normally again. Thank you for your patience.

22 days ago

⚠POWER OUTAGE UPDATE 11.45AM⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

Thanks again for your patience as we worked through this power outage. We can confirm everything is up and running as it should be, and all residents in the Wellington region and South Wairarapa can continue with their regular water use.

Crews will continue to investigate the network throughout … View more
Thanks again for your patience as we worked through this power outage. We can confirm everything is up and running as it should be, and all residents in the Wellington region and South Wairarapa can continue with their regular water use.

Crews will continue to investigate the network throughout the day.

22 days ago

⚠ POWER OUTAGE UPDATE 10.30AM ⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

Power has been restored to the region, and the majority of the pumping stations and all treatment plants are back online. We are investigating the wider network to ensure everything is operating as normal.

We continue to ask the wider Wellington region to be mindful of their water consumption, and… View more
Power has been restored to the region, and the majority of the pumping stations and all treatment plants are back online. We are investigating the wider network to ensure everything is operating as normal.

We continue to ask the wider Wellington region to be mindful of their water consumption, and ask South Wairarapa residents to continue to reduce their water consumption and avoid flushing their toilets. Reducing demand allows the assets to operate without added pressure when they come back online.

All of the critical assets including pumping stations and treatment plants have generators in operation as part of our resilience plan. We also have mobile generators available for other pumping stations.

22 days ago

Open Days: 20 and 22 March

Queen Margaret College

Would your daughter enjoy being at a school where sustainability, school spirit, and sisterhood thrive?

Do you want to give your daughter every chance of reaching her potential, and taking her place in the world?

We offer an environment that encourages initiative, grows confidence and … View more
Would your daughter enjoy being at a school where sustainability, school spirit, and sisterhood thrive?

Do you want to give your daughter every chance of reaching her potential, and taking her place in the world?

We offer an environment that encourages initiative, grows confidence and nurtures passions for learning.

Girls. Year 1-13. Boarding options available. Co-ed pre-school.

CBD location. Close to public transport.

Friday 20 March
School in Action
9am to 12.30pm
You and your daughter can walk through our classrooms and be part of different activities.

Sunday 22 March
Open Day
10am to 1pm
Perfect for the whole family.

We invite you to visit our school.
53 Hobson Street, Thorndon

Go to our website to register your interest.
Find out more

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