Porirua City Centre, Porirua

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12 days ago

Ballet character skirt

Jenny from Titahi Bay

In excellent condition.
The label reads XL but it is an adult size 10.
The skirt is black but the camera flash alters the colour in the photos.

Price: $20

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12 days ago

Character dance shoes

Jenny from Titahi Bay

Bloch character shoes in good condition.
Size 8.5 I would say this equates to a normal adult 7 1/2 - 8.

Price: $20

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12 days ago
13 days ago

Do you care about the future of our planet?

The Forever Project

We’re celebrating the latest issue of The Forever Project magazine! It explores how New Zealand can bounce back from Covid-19 in a climate-friendly way. Find that content at foreverproject.co.nz.

For a sustainable future, join Stuff in The Forever Project. Sign up to our weekly newsletter and … View more
We’re celebrating the latest issue of The Forever Project magazine! It explores how New Zealand can bounce back from Covid-19 in a climate-friendly way. Find that content at foreverproject.co.nz.

For a sustainable future, join Stuff in The Forever Project. Sign up to our weekly newsletter and be in to win one of 100 limited-edition reusable beeswax Honeywraps. Each wrap can save 75 metres of plastic going into our landfill or oceans.
Sign up here

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13 days ago

Perfect time for a Winter clean

Resene

Clean up around your place with your choice of a free Resene cleaning product when you spend $100 or more at your local Resene owned ColorShop until 27 July 2020. Plus get 10L of Resene Ceiling Paint white for $99. Tinting and PaintWise levy extra.

These offers are available to … View more
Clean up around your place with your choice of a free Resene cleaning product when you spend $100 or more at your local Resene owned ColorShop until 27 July 2020. Plus get 10L of Resene Ceiling Paint white for $99. Tinting and PaintWise levy extra.

These offers are available to Resene cardholders – if you don’t have one you can sign up free when you’re in store.
Find out more

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13 days ago

Creating healthier, carbon-zero homes

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, there are few Kiwis who haven't experienced cold or damp housing at some point in New Zealand, whatever part of the country you call home. So what's being done to change that for future generations?

Here's … View more
Hey neighbours, there are few Kiwis who haven't experienced cold or damp housing at some point in New Zealand, whatever part of the country you call home. So what's being done to change that for future generations?

Here's how a passive revolution and building code changes could help our health - and the climate.

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13 days ago

#FlashbackFriday

The Team from Wellington Water

We found this photo in a retro booklet all about the Waterloo Pumping Station (now known as the Waterloo Water Treatment Plant) from 1981, and had to compare it to what it looks like now!


The station opened on 15 May 1981, and was designed to use the artesian underground water resource of the … View more
We found this photo in a retro booklet all about the Waterloo Pumping Station (now known as the Waterloo Water Treatment Plant) from 1981, and had to compare it to what it looks like now!


The station opened on 15 May 1981, and was designed to use the artesian underground water resource of the Lower Hutt Valley to its maximum extent 💧

Eight wells supply water from the Waiwhetu aquifer to the Water Treatment Plant located right next to the Waterloo Train Station 🚉

Learn more about the treatment plant here: wellingtonwater.co.nz/your-water/drinking-water/

13 days ago

FREE measure and quote

RetroFit Double Glazing - Wellington

Are you spending a lot more time at home these days and constantly tired of freezing during winter? Let us help you make your home warmer, drier and healthier all year round with a tailored retrofit double glazing solution for your home. Get your free measure and quote here or call 0800 658 658.

13 days ago

Have you signed up to get free gardening advice?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

In this week’s issue we go undercover with tips and tools for glasshouses. It’s time to make your bird-friendly garden count, prune fruit trees, watch out for frosty weather, move seedlings under cover and pick celery before disease strikes.
Plus make your own hanging chandelier planter and … View more
In this week’s issue we go undercover with tips and tools for glasshouses. It’s time to make your bird-friendly garden count, prune fruit trees, watch out for frosty weather, move seedlings under cover and pick celery before disease strikes.
Plus make your own hanging chandelier planter and follow Jane Packer’s advice to decorate your kitchen and dining spaces with flowers. Be in to win Jane Packer Flowers and the NZ House & Garden July issue.

Delivered every Friday to your email inbox, Get Growing digital magazine offers seasonal gardening advice from the NZ Gardener magazine's team of experts. Each week we answer all your burning questions on raising fruit and veges and tell you the top tasks to do in your backyard this weekend. Subscribe here:

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42 days ago

RECORDS wanted!

Stu from Titahi Bay

Kia Ora,

Just wondering if anyone has any records they are wanting to sell or want to get rid of? I will pay fair prices. Text or call me on 0273354325 or email to parst496@gmail.com. Feel free to message me on here or comment below. Most interested in jazz, funk, soul, disco, world music and hip … View more
Kia Ora,

Just wondering if anyone has any records they are wanting to sell or want to get rid of? I will pay fair prices. Text or call me on 0273354325 or email to parst496@gmail.com. Feel free to message me on here or comment below. Most interested in jazz, funk, soul, disco, world music and hip hop however will consider any genre.

Ngā mihi nui
Stu

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14 days ago

#OurWaterWorkers💧

The Team from Wellington Water

We are joining forces with organisations from across the global water community to thank water workers for their work during COVID-19.

During the national response to COVID-19, our priority was providing clean drinking water and safe wastewater treatment to our community.

Thanks to all of our … View more
We are joining forces with organisations from across the global water community to thank water workers for their work during COVID-19.

During the national response to COVID-19, our priority was providing clean drinking water and safe wastewater treatment to our community.

Thanks to all of our crews, contractors and consultants who worked to provide three waters services and deliver on projects during the response. 👏

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15 days ago

#AotearoaOfKindness: Mobilising the kindness DNA

Sarah Macdonald from Volunteering New Zealand

Volunteering New Zealand is mobilising the kindness DNA with our new #AotearoaOfKindness campaign for National Volunteer Week!

We're calling on people to share their stories of acts of kindness. We're calling on people to thank those who have shown acts of kindness that contribute to an … View more
Volunteering New Zealand is mobilising the kindness DNA with our new #AotearoaOfKindness campaign for National Volunteer Week!

We're calling on people to share their stories of acts of kindness. We're calling on people to thank those who have shown acts of kindness that contribute to an Aotearoa of Kindness.

Call to action – keep shaping the world we want to live in:

• Look for where kindness, mahi aroha, work for love, has impacted your life.
• Show your thanks to those people giving kindness and mahi aroha through #AotearoaOfKindness.
• Connect or reconnect with a community or a cause that’s important to you through volunteeringnz.org.nz/finding-volunteer-roles.

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16 days ago

Poll: How do you fold your towels?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, is there a right way to fold towels? It seems it's a topic lots of people have strong opinions about.

The most popular options are the quick-and-easy triple fold, or folding the outer edges towards the centre before folding in thirds, to create a plusher, more spa-like look. … View more
Hey neighbours, is there a right way to fold towels? It seems it's a topic lots of people have strong opinions about.

The most popular options are the quick-and-easy triple fold, or folding the outer edges towards the centre before folding in thirds, to create a plusher, more spa-like look. But what do you do? And who knew folding towels could be so controversial?

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How do you fold your towels?
  • 34.4% Basic - Fold in half three times
    34.4% Complete
  • 40.1% Plush - Fold towards the centre, then in thirds
    40.1% Complete
  • 16.2% Rolled - No folds allowed
    16.2% Complete
  • 9.4% None of the above
    9.4% Complete
1496 votes
16 days ago

It's National Volunteer Week!

Sarah Macdonald from Volunteering New Zealand

National Volunteer Week honours the collective energies and mana of volunteers in Aotearoa. They grow our people, open minds, open hearts and create joy.

National Volunteer Week 2020 runs from June 21-27. This year’s theme is ‘Te Hua o te Mahi Tahi I The benefit of working together’. 

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National Volunteer Week honours the collective energies and mana of volunteers in Aotearoa. They grow our people, open minds, open hearts and create joy.

National Volunteer Week 2020 runs from June 21-27. This year’s theme is ‘Te Hua o te Mahi Tahi I The benefit of working together’. 

Join us this National Volunteer Week to celebrate how our communities are stronger when working together.

#NVW2020 #mahitahi #teamwork #tautoko #support #volunteers #thankyou #AotearoaOfKindness

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16 days ago

Hello, we're finally on Neighbourly!

Bob from Web Infinity NZ

Hi all. This is Bob from Web Infinity. We're a web design and digital marketing company in Porirua and have been in business since 2009.

We specialise in two main areas;
1. Building websites that convert visitors into sales and sales leads.
2. Getting your business or organisation to the … View more
Hi all. This is Bob from Web Infinity. We're a web design and digital marketing company in Porirua and have been in business since 2009.

We specialise in two main areas;
1. Building websites that convert visitors into sales and sales leads.
2. Getting your business or organisation to the 1st page of Google, so more prospective customers can visit your website.

We have a long list of success stories, so get in touch with us if you would like to increase your sales.

Cheers,
Bob.

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