Waikanae Beach, Waikanae

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33 days ago

Puppy Love

Annette from Waikanae

It's a dog's life.

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34 days ago

Stories from the ANZACs

Ryman Healthcare Limited

ANZAC Day will be marked a little differently this year. We’ll be warm and cosy at home and The Last Post won’t start until you press play. But one thing will be the same – remembrance.

To help us remember those who served and understand what ‘to serve’ meant, … View more
ANZAC Day will be marked a little differently this year. We’ll be warm and cosy at home and The Last Post won’t start until you press play. But one thing will be the same – remembrance.

To help us remember those who served and understand what ‘to serve’ meant, Ryman recorded their ANZAC resident’s stories. Some are humorous, others are tragic and eye-opening, but they all offer insight into the courage, bravery, and determination required to serve.

What better way to remember than to read the memories of those who were there?
Learn more

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34 days ago

Support Stuff’s local and national news teams

The Team Reporter from Stuff

For over 150 years, the news and information we uncover and provide have relied on your support, either through subscription to our newspapers, consuming news via our online sites, or indirectly through the patronage you provide to those who advertise with us.  

Now there’s a … View more
For over 150 years, the news and information we uncover and provide have relied on your support, either through subscription to our newspapers, consuming news via our online sites, or indirectly through the patronage you provide to those who advertise with us.  

Now there’s a new way you can support us: by making direct financial contributions to help power our news teams up and down the country. 

Make a contribution and you’ll help our journalists continue to do what they do best: provide our readers with trustworthy, accurate and reliable news.
Contribute here

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34 days ago

Wanted to buy - Springfree Trampoline

Rachael from Raumati South

Wanted to buy - used springfree trampoline in good condition

35 days ago

That Trailer Guy Level 3 contact less help and assistance

Owner/Operator from That Trailer Guy

Hi Kapiti community,

Hope you are all safe in your own bubbles

Level 3 starts on Tuesday and if you need contact less help and assistance in collecting your greenwaste and or rubbish to take to Composting New Zealand and/or the Transfer station, then contact That Trailer Guy on 027-8724537 or … View more
Hi Kapiti community,

Hope you are all safe in your own bubbles

Level 3 starts on Tuesday and if you need contact less help and assistance in collecting your greenwaste and or rubbish to take to Composting New Zealand and/or the Transfer station, then contact That Trailer Guy on 027-8724537 or e-mail info@thattrailerguy.co.nz to book a time/day slot to come and pick up your greenwaste and rubbish and take to the tips.

Totally contact less operation with either Pay-Wave or On-Line payments options available.

Bookings are now being taken on a first come first served basis, ready for when we are allowed to commence on Tuesday morning.

Be good and Stay Safe

That Trailer Guy
M: 027-8724537
E: info@thattrailerguy.co.nz
W: www.thattrailerguy.co.nz.........

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35 days ago

We are open for business in Alert 3

Aqua Filter Kapiti & Horowhenua

We will be up and running in Alert Level 3 practicing physical distancing and regular disinfecting of tools. While we have a backlog to get through, you can call Rod on 027 645 2149 to book an urgent filter change.

35 days ago

Attract birds into your garden

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kapiti

Create a simple hanging bird feeder from a few pieces of plywood and a terracotta pot and saucer.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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35 days ago

Anzac Day 2020: Cut-out poppy for your Bubble

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Anzac Day is being celebrated differently this year, with virtual services and online events, all from our own living rooms, balconies and driveways. Download this pdf of a poppy, by award-winning illustrator Sharon Murdoch, to print off and stick in a front window - To show that even in lockdown, … View moreAnzac Day is being celebrated differently this year, with virtual services and online events, all from our own living rooms, balconies and driveways. Download this pdf of a poppy, by award-winning illustrator Sharon Murdoch, to print off and stick in a front window - To show that even in lockdown, in our small bubbles, we shall not forget. That we can still say thank you for the sacrifices, we can still pay tribute to the bravery of so many.

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37 days ago

car insurance

John from Paraparaumu

i am 75 and told to stay at home during the crises now if i cant drive i think i should get a big discount on my insurance i know it will never happen just asking around what you think

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36 days ago

Locally produced Honey

Alexandra from Paraparaumu Beach

Hello, I used to buy great locally produced Honey at the Saturday Market in Paraparaumu sadly I have now just finished my last punnet. Does anyone know where I can get more.?

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38 days ago

Recycling!

Veronica from Raumati Beach

Hello, our recycling bins are over flowing and do not wish to put them in the rubbish bin. Is there anywhere we can take them whilst we are in Level 4? Does anyone know if the rubbish dump/recycling depo will open again in level 3?

37 days ago

First-home buyers - new or pre-loved?

Colleen Hawkes Reporter from Homed

As a first-home buyer it pays to weigh up your options to see whether buying new or buying 'character' is best for you.

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36 days ago

Chimney Cleaning

Fire Safety from Fire Safety - Wellington Region

With the evenings getting cooler, we have had a number of enquiries regarding chimney cleaning during the Level 4 Covid 19 Lockdown. Fire and Emergency NZ has received an update regarding chimney sweepers being essential service for health and safety reasons.

Tradespeople:
Tradespeople can do … View more
With the evenings getting cooler, we have had a number of enquiries regarding chimney cleaning during the Level 4 Covid 19 Lockdown. Fire and Emergency NZ has received an update regarding chimney sweepers being essential service for health and safety reasons.

Tradespeople:
Tradespeople can do maintenance if it is to maintain the necessities of life or critical to safety. This includes electricians, plumbers and builders.

If you have safety concerns about your fire place or chimney, contact your local chimney sweep or plumber and have a discussion with them on the way forward. They may have questions such as have you got any other form of heating? What are the symptoms/how urgent is the job?

If you have the tools and experience and are going to clean out your chimney yourself, be safe. We dont want to have to turn up to load you into an ambulance or lower you off the roof!

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