Ebdentown, Upper Hutt

14 days ago

COVID-19: GREATER WELLINGTON CLOSES OFFICES

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington

In line with advice from the Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMOnz) and the Ministry of Health, Greater Wellington Regional Council is closing its offices to the public and encouraging all office based staff to work from home.

Greater Wellington’s critical field based staff … View more
In line with advice from the Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMOnz) and the Ministry of Health, Greater Wellington Regional Council is closing its offices to the public and encouraging all office based staff to work from home.

Greater Wellington’s critical field based staff in areas such as harbours, parks, flood protection and environmental roles are also being encouraged to apply physical distancing practices.

Public Transport across the region will continue to operate to existing timetables. Passengers are encouraged to leave the seat next to them empty if they can.

15 days ago

Be Neighbourly, and...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

With Covid-19 separating us physically, we need to ensure we aren’t making any group of people feel distant from our community. Let's continue to show our Kiwi spirit and support reach other #RaceRelationsDay2020

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15 days ago

Reach Out to your communities in times of crisis

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Reach Out is a hub for Kiwis to find and give support from others during this global pandemic. Head over to the page and share how you're coping, how you can support each other, and what everyone is doing to embrace the changes that are happening around us. Visit page

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16 days ago

Former Pupils of Brown Owl School

Sandra Alexander from Upper Hutt: Wider Community Connectivity

It is with sadness (although many say tis a sign of 'progress') that I have been watching the beginning of the demise of our former school
A house has been removed from Aniseed Grove to create access to a new subdivision.
Yet another demo of considering the lack of infrastructure to … View more
It is with sadness (although many say tis a sign of 'progress') that I have been watching the beginning of the demise of our former school
A house has been removed from Aniseed Grove to create access to a new subdivision.
Yet another demo of considering the lack of infrastructure to cope!.
The buildings are in the process of being stripped down to clear the site.
For myself ... no-one can remove the actual memories thank goodness.

18 days ago

Poll: Would you be able to self isolate at home for 14 days?

Ben Heather Reporter from Dominion Post

Ministry of Health advice is to avoid face-to-face contact, even with immediate family members, at closer than two metres for more than 15 minutes, not sharing dishes, meals or a bedroom, cleaning all surfaces you touch after every use, separating your towels, toothpaste and other supplies.

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Would you be able to self isolate at home for 14 days?
  • 7% Impossible
    7% Complete
  • 23.4% I can manage some of these measures but staying two metres away from loved ones
    23.4% Complete
  • 69.6% If necessary, I can do all the above to protect myself and my family
    69.6% Complete
1009 votes
20 days ago

How would you stop yourself going stir crazy?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

With more and more people going into self-isolation because of coronavirus, people have been stocking up on basics. But what about entertainment? Netflix, board games, deep cleaning the fridge - how will you stay sane if you have to go into isolation?

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16 days ago

Have your say

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Upper Hutt City Council provides services, infrastructure, and amenities with the aim of contributing to the well-being of our community.

We plan for ten years into the future based on the needs and aspirations of our community. We review these plans every three years to make sure any changing … View more
Upper Hutt City Council provides services, infrastructure, and amenities with the aim of contributing to the well-being of our community.

We plan for ten years into the future based on the needs and aspirations of our community. We review these plans every three years to make sure any changing or emerging needs are taken into account. We now want to check in with you, to understand what’s important to you, and what you think we should focus on.

We have drafted a Sustainability Strategy and now we need your help. As a member of the Upper Hutt community, it’s important that you tell us what you think. We’ve proposed goals that we believe will set Upper Hutt on the right path to minimise our environmental impact, maximise remedial action, and role model sustainable community living.

This strategy belongs to everyone, so we want to make sure that our plans meet your expectations.

By taking time to engage with us, you are helping to create a better city for current and future generations to live in.
Have your say

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16 days ago

FLU Virus .. Community Spread

Paul from Akatarawa

FLU ,,, Community Spread

Plse LIKE and SHARE
and register ANY Flu Symptoms you genuinely have had.


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FLU ,,, Community Spread

Plse LIKE and SHARE
and register ANY Flu Symptoms you genuinely have had.


info.flutracking.net...



Register you symptoms here if you have ANY Flu symptoms

17 days ago

A little bit of caring goes a long way. Let's work together to spread kindness around, not germs. ❤️

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

As more people begin to self isolate and distance themselves, we'll need our neighbours support now more than ever before. The following can be printed at home and filled-in with your details to drop around your street or community.

For the latest COVID-19 advice, visit: covid19.govt.nz/

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17 days ago

A message to our exhibitors, ticket holders and the Central Districts communities:

The Team from Central Districts Field Days

We’re really disappointed that Central Districts Field Days is unable to go ahead as we know it drives significant economic benefits for businesses in the region and throughout New Zealand.

We are pleased to announce that all of our loyal exhibitors and passionate ticket holders have been sent … View more
We’re really disappointed that Central Districts Field Days is unable to go ahead as we know it drives significant economic benefits for businesses in the region and throughout New Zealand.

We are pleased to announce that all of our loyal exhibitors and passionate ticket holders have been sent an email confirming they will receive a 100% refund and we hope it helps during these unprecedented and challenging circumstances.

We look forward to bringing you three action-packed days in 2021, and a CD Field Days not to be missed.

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17 days ago

I'll Edit your Photos from only $20

Darryn from Silverstream

Is your Ex ruining that otherwise great photo of you? Is there someone in your wedding photos that you'd love to get rid of? Do you wish that you could repair that old photo? Let me take a look! Send your photos, plus a description of what you want done to: pixfixnz@gmail.com Most edits can be… View moreIs your Ex ruining that otherwise great photo of you? Is there someone in your wedding photos that you'd love to get rid of? Do you wish that you could repair that old photo? Let me take a look! Send your photos, plus a description of what you want done to: pixfixnz@gmail.com Most edits can be done for only $20 More examples can be seen at: pixfixnz.wixsite.com...

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17 days ago

CANCELLATION- Upper Hutt March Repair Cafe Sat 21st & Volunteer Meeting Thurs 26th

Lisa from Elderslea

Regrettably Upper Hutt March Repair Café this Saturday has now been CANCELLED, along with the Volunteer Meeting next week.

With recent developments we no longer felt confident we could put together a successful event, while also respecting the need for social distancing at this time.

Instead … View more
Regrettably Upper Hutt March Repair Café this Saturday has now been CANCELLED, along with the Volunteer Meeting next week.

With recent developments we no longer felt confident we could put together a successful event, while also respecting the need for social distancing at this time.

Instead please continue to follow our updates on Neighbourly, www.facebook.com... and we encourage all potential volunteers to register with us by emailing uhrepaircafe@gmail.com.

We appreciate your understanding- please continue to hold on to your broken treasures for the immediate future.

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17 days ago

Message to our patients/customers

Silverstream Health

Do not enter the centre if you have had contact with someone with Coronavirus or have been overseas or if you have a cough, cold, fever or respiratory symptoms.

To protect our patients, clients and our staff, we have implemented safety protocols which means if anyone of any age has a cold, … View more
Do not enter the centre if you have had contact with someone with Coronavirus or have been overseas or if you have a cough, cold, fever or respiratory symptoms.

To protect our patients, clients and our staff, we have implemented safety protocols which means if anyone of any age has a cold, cough, fever or respiratory symptoms they should not enter the building regardless of travel.

For further assistance please phone either.

Silverstream Health
centre 04 5277 376 to book a phone consult.

Silverstream Pharmacy
04 5283320

Inform Physiotherapy
04 5274155
Find out more

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18 days ago

Upper Hutt College and SJB Badminton

Kate from Trentham

Has just sent us through an email stating that all external use of the School facilities is now no longer allowed due to the Virus out break and advice from the Ministry of Health no longer for use to the public. We as a club respect this and totally understand. Stay safe everyone.

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