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83 days ago

Beaurepaires Thorndon

Tania from Miramar

Big shout out to Dan and crew at Beaurepaires, 178 Thorndon Quay. They have been operating since the lockdown providing outstanding service. Bookings and payments for services offered can only be made on line or by contacting the call centre. No Credit or Debit Card? ask if you can do Internet Banking. That option worked for me.

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7 hours ago

More EV chargers driving the switch to electric

Seamus Boyer from Wellington City Council

There are now 28 electric vehicle charging stations installed across the capital’s suburbs.
The installations are part of a two-year pilot between Wellington City Council, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, and ChargeNet NZ.
To see locations of the chargers, check out this handy interactive map: wgtn.cc...
For more information on the scheme, visit: wgtn.cc...

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2 days ago

Things that surprise Kiwis returning to NZ

Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

Hi everyone,
I'm working on a travel story for Stuff about the things that have surprised returning Kiwis about New Zealand. If you have recently returned from overseas or know someone who has, it would be great to hear about the things that have stood out for you, for better or for worse. Whether it's to do with the weather, the cost of things, the public transport, the food, the housing, the people or something else entirely, we'd be keen to hear about it. Please remember that your comment may be included in the article, unless you say you don't want it to be. Thank you.

7 hours ago

Humanely dealing with pests this winter.

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

Have you ever had a pest problem? I used to have a pet rat. They are smart, affectionate, clever little things. I'd never want to cause one unnecessary pain or suffering, which is why we've chosen to manage pests in our home with traps. It's not ideal, but it's better - and safer - than poison. I've done a little research on humane, effective vermin control during the wet months, when they like to come in from the cold. Take a look:

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