Waikanae Beach, Waikanae

8 days ago

Hay

Jean from Otaki District

looking for Hay for sale, my friend has a horse that is not allowed to eat grass and is running out of hay, she will drive anywhere to purchase some, if you or your friends have any for sale, how many bales do you have and the price per bail, please
Cheers Jean C
Otaki 063646476

14 days ago

PawsFamily How?

Sylvie-Patricia from Paws Family Ltd

PawsFamilyLtd started first with pawsfamilydotcom while I firstly have pet and love them.. They travel all the way long with me from Germany to New Zealand nearly 12 years ago..
Here Amigo & Melissa My Beloved Birmans
Our family here my daughter Tanja with he beloved Teddy love pets as well. … View more
PawsFamilyLtd started first with pawsfamilydotcom while I firstly have pet and love them.. They travel all the way long with me from Germany to New Zealand nearly 12 years ago..
Here Amigo & Melissa My Beloved Birmans
Our family here my daughter Tanja with he beloved Teddy love pets as well. She is to see on our first post on Instagram too.
Then was born the idea of extending a pet lovers section and lately especially with Kiwi Slang.. Pawsfamily. Co. Nz

8 days ago

Found

Maureen from Waikanae

This rattle was at waikanae park. Msg if it's yours

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8 days ago

golden Lab

Scott from Waikanae Beach

I just saw a golden Lab running free out our window. On barret dr by the lagoon, if you have lost your dog, he is running around there, not chasing any birds, but to far away for me to grab.

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8 days ago

Free Dream Catcher workshop tomorrow at Paraparaumu Library

Martine from Otaki District

Still some places available for this free workshop! Catch some dreams this Matariki! Thursday 2 July 5.30 - 7pm Paraparaumu Library. Registrations essential from the library or : kapiti.spydus.co.nz...
Matariki Kā Wainga 2020. Celebrating our place and our time!

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9 days ago

Are you ready to get Upcycling?

Resene

The Resene Upcycling Awards are coming back this month, the third year in a row! Watch this space and get prepared for the announcement; there are great prizes up for grabs.

Upcycling is the term used for taking a preloved item and transforming it - whether it's for a new purpose … View more
The Resene Upcycling Awards are coming back this month, the third year in a row! Watch this space and get prepared for the announcement; there are great prizes up for grabs.

Upcycling is the term used for taking a preloved item and transforming it - whether it's for a new purpose altogether, or just to give it an ‘extreme makeover'. Consider using the school holidays to get Upcycling with the smaller members of your household - or use the next rainy day to drag out the paint and your creativity!

In the meantime, check out some of the creative cookies from last year.
Pick your paints

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9 days ago

What's On: TurnAround 2020 (21/7 to 2/8)

David from Normandale

Guild of Woodworkers Wellington exhibition 10am - 4pm. Also activity weekend on 25th - 26th July to see expert craftspeople in action. Items will also be for sale.
TurnAround 2020 (21/7 to 2/8)
  • Odlin Art Gallery Hutt Art Society
9 days ago

On the frontline

The Team from Wellington Water

Rain or shine, our frontline crews are out there working. It’s all part of providing an essential service.
Here we have Water Serviceperson Whare in Ngaio at work on a leaking main. It’s hard to make him out under all that gear but to be fair, it was pretty wet and cold.
So to all our crews … View more
Rain or shine, our frontline crews are out there working. It’s all part of providing an essential service.
Here we have Water Serviceperson Whare in Ngaio at work on a leaking main. It’s hard to make him out under all that gear but to be fair, it was pretty wet and cold.
So to all our crews working on the frontline this winter, every day, in all kinds of weather, thanks for your hard work to keep our three waters flowing, our drinking water, stormwater and wastewater (including hot showers!). Your work is appreciated.

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13 days ago

Motueka: New Zealand’s small-town doughnut capital

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

If you’re hungry, please step away from your phone or monitor. Would you try this cheeseburger doughnut? Read more about the small NZ team with some big doughnut dreams below.

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10 days ago

landscape concrete urgently required

Caroline from Raumati Beach

we urgently require someone to do earth work and concrete slab/path at new house in Otaki. need for clothesline and heat pump to sit on. if you can do or know of someone please reply.

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9 days ago

19" Studio Rack - FREE

Damian from Raumati South

Hi Neighbours, I have an old wooden studio equipment rack that still as the 19inch rails and shelves attached. It was used to house amplifiers and CD players in a government agency. It is in average condition but would be perfect for a small recording studio or home automation set up, just needs a … View moreHi Neighbours, I have an old wooden studio equipment rack that still as the 19inch rails and shelves attached. It was used to house amplifiers and CD players in a government agency. It is in average condition but would be perfect for a small recording studio or home automation set up, just needs a clean. PM for collection details.

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9 days ago

Update your old videos/slides/films/audio

Marilyn from Copy Catz Video Editing and Transfer Services

Update your old media now before it degrades and your priceless memories are lost forever.
www.copycatzvideo.co.nz...
We look after your precious material as if it were our own.

9 days ago

Has Covid-19 affected whether you send your kid to school when sick?

The Team Reporter from Dominion Post

Hi neighbours, how has Covid-19 affected you when it comes to sending your child to school? Are you more likely to keep them home if they have mild cold symptoms? What guidance have you been given when it comes to keeping your child home?

(Please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not … View more
Hi neighbours, how has Covid-19 affected you when it comes to sending your child to school? Are you more likely to keep them home if they have mild cold symptoms? What guidance have you been given when it comes to keeping your child home?

(Please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not want your comments used on Stuff)

9 days ago

Mahara Midweek Market

Barbara from Otaki District

Just in case you were wondering ........... yes the market is on today 9.30am - midday, Waikanae Town Centre!! Wrap up warm and shop local!!

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10 days ago

Kapiti benefit information and advocacy service to launch Monday 6 July

Sue from Waikanae

Hutt Valley Education Benefit Services Trust (HV BEST) is pleased to announce the launch of its Kapiti service (Kapiti BEST) on Monday 6 July. Based at CABK Coastlands Offices, this long awaited service will provide the Kapiti community up to date information and advocacy on the benefits and grants… View moreHutt Valley Education Benefit Services Trust (HV BEST) is pleased to announce the launch of its Kapiti service (Kapiti BEST) on Monday 6 July. Based at CABK Coastlands Offices, this long awaited service will provide the Kapiti community up to date information and advocacy on the benefits and grants paid by Work and Income New Zealand (WINZ), says HV BEST Manager Teresa Homan.

CABK will initially operate monthly clinics on the first Monday of each month, but anticipates this will quickly increase to fortnightly as awareness of the service grows. Kapiti BEST advocates are community based, professional, competent trained volunteers operating within the organisation’s Code of Ethics. They will provide advocacy with WINZ if needed. All information is treated in the strictest confidence and our clients are treated with dignity and respect and empowered to make their own decisions.

Kapiti’s diverse demographic, with its high percentage of elderly, low/fixed incomes, chronic health conditions/high health service users and young families comprises a large number reliant on government support. This number is expected to grow as the economic impacts of COVID 19 are felt throughout the community. Many find navigating the WINZ process challenging and accessing the supportive, empathetic knowledgeable guidance provided by our advocates can help ease what is often an already stressful time.

Kapiti BEST is grateful for the collaboration and support of the CABK Board and acknowledges and thanks Sandra Forsyth for her efforts in establishing the Kapiti service.

For further information or to make an appointment please call CABK Offices on 04 298 4944 or visit the CABK bureau on the first floor in Coastlands Shoppingtown.

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