Hataitai, Wellington

10 days ago

We're closed temporarily

Courtenay Orthodontics

Due to COVID-19 developments, Courtenay Orthodontics has heeded the call from the Ministry of Health and New Zealand Association of Orthodontists to suspend all non-emergency dental care. As such, we have temporarily closed the practice.

If you have an upcoming appointment with us, we will be … View more
Due to COVID-19 developments, Courtenay Orthodontics has heeded the call from the Ministry of Health and New Zealand Association of Orthodontists to suspend all non-emergency dental care. As such, we have temporarily closed the practice.

If you have an upcoming appointment with us, we will be in touch to reschedule this (once we're able to resume normal practice). We realise this is most inconvenient, however it's a case of safety first at this time. We're all united against COVID-19.

We do have an orthodontist on call in the event of an emergency situation whereby your appliance or braces are causing you severe pain. Please leave a message at our practice (04-385 7213) or call our hot line (027 242 9358) to speak to one of our team.

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10 days ago

Greater Wellington Regional Council Closing its Offices

Roger from Roseneath

COVID-19: As advised by Ministry of Health and Wellington Region Emergency Management Office, Greater Wellington Regional Council is closing its offices to the public and and asking office-based staff to work from home. Public Transport will continue as usual. Please leave seat next to you empty … View moreCOVID-19: As advised by Ministry of Health and Wellington Region Emergency Management Office, Greater Wellington Regional Council is closing its offices to the public and and asking office-based staff to work from home. Public Transport will continue as usual. Please leave seat next to you empty if you can. www.metlink.org.nz...

12 days ago

Poll: Who would like better street lighting and cameras on our streets to stop vandalism etc?

Sarah from Roseneath

This poll will be sent to the Wellington City Council.

Who would like better street lighting and cameras on our streets to stop vandalism etc?
  • 90.7% Yes
    90.7% Complete
  • 9.3% No
    9.3% Complete
54 votes
12 days ago

Metlink response to COVID 19

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

We know public transport is an essential service, and we’re focussed on ensuring you continue to have access to our region’s network during this time.

Listen to Scott Gallacher, General Manager for Metlink, explain the measures we are putting in place to stay one step ahead of COVID-19.

11 days ago

METLINK PUBLIC TRANSPORT UPDATE ON DRIVERS AGED 70+

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

In accordance with Central Government advice, for the health and safety of staff and passengers, all Metlink bus drivers aged 70+ will not be part of operating our transport network at this time.

About 70 of Metlink’s 500 bus drivers are aged 70 or over and in accordance with the Ministry of … View more
In accordance with Central Government advice, for the health and safety of staff and passengers, all Metlink bus drivers aged 70+ will not be part of operating our transport network at this time.

About 70 of Metlink’s 500 bus drivers are aged 70 or over and in accordance with the Ministry of Health guidelines, they are advised to remain at home. Less drivers means there will need to be cancellations to some services across the bus network.

We are currently looking at where cancellations will need to take place and are encouraging Metlink customers to keep up to date with service changes by checking Metlink’s website, App and Real Time Information screens.

11 days ago

Services available to those who need it

Bex from Miramar

In these challenging times, DMD Wellington East is still the friendly team you can call on for help - whether it's running errands, getting your groceries, picking up pet food, prescriptions, or much more. Maybe you just really need a fresh-brewed coffee delivered (at a safe distance, of … View moreIn these challenging times, DMD Wellington East is still the friendly team you can call on for help - whether it's running errands, getting your groceries, picking up pet food, prescriptions, or much more. Maybe you just really need a fresh-brewed coffee delivered (at a safe distance, of course)! Call
021 215 3014 and let us know how we can help you 🙂

www.neighbourly.co.nz...

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11 days ago

Dress For Success Pop Up Sale

Anita from Mount Victoria

Many bargains with something for everyone
24-28 March 10am-6pm, Shop 1, 69 Willis Street Wellington.
Many labels available at great prices.

12 days ago

Cleaning and sanitizing slots available.

Niki from Professional House Cleaning

In these awful and uncertain times if you would like your house thouroughly cleaned, text me on 0273 119 209. $30ph. Niki.

11 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.

14 days ago

COVID 19: Metlink Removes Cash Sales from Buses, Trains and Stations

Roger from Roseneath

Because of COVID-19, and for health and safety of staff and passengers, Metlink will remove all cash sales from buses, trains and stations as of Mon 23 March. To encourage train customers to make the leap from cash to EFTPOS, 50% discount on all rail passes in April, May, June. To assist people who… View moreBecause of COVID-19, and for health and safety of staff and passengers, Metlink will remove all cash sales from buses, trains and stations as of Mon 23 March. To encourage train customers to make the leap from cash to EFTPOS, 50% discount on all rail passes in April, May, June. To assist people who do not currently use Snapper, from 23 to 30 March customers boarding a bus without Snapper will be given a Snapper card preloaded with $5. See link:

www.metlink.org.nz...

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12 days ago

Bag of pears

Angie from Miramar

Thank you so much to whom ever rang the doorbell and left a bag of pears on my door step much appreciated thank you again cheers

12 days ago

Do you need Regular Gardening Maintenance or Landscaping?

Joshua from Price Smart Landscaping and Gardening

Is your garden messy, overgrown or just in need of general maintenance? Price Smart works with YOU to ensure your garden is left at a standard we’re both happy with. Give us a call at 027 548 9818 or visit www.pricesmart.co.nz... for a reasonable estimate.

12 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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12 days ago
20 days ago

Poll: Book or Kindle?

NumberWorks'nWords Kilbirnie

When you read what do you prefer to use?

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Book or Kindle?
  • 83.7% Book
    83.7% Complete
  • 16.3% Kindle
    16.3% Complete
1175 votes
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