Lyall Bay, Wellington

31 days ago

Your Local Beaurepaires is Now Open 6 Days a Week!

Anna Smith from Beaurepaires Wellington Newtown

Hey Neighbours!

We're excited to help keep you moving again and safe on the road!

Our stores are open 8am - 5pm on weekdays and 9am - 12pm on Saturday.

Contactless servicing, as well as increased cleaning and hygiene practices, physical distancing, PayWave and contact tracing have been … View more
Hey Neighbours!

We're excited to help keep you moving again and safe on the road!

Our stores are open 8am - 5pm on weekdays and 9am - 12pm on Saturday.

Contactless servicing, as well as increased cleaning and hygiene practices, physical distancing, PayWave and contact tracing have been implemented in all stores.

To find out more click the READ MORE button below.

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32 days ago

NEW! SuperSeniors Newsletter COVID-19 special edition

The Team from Office for Seniors

Hi Neighbours!

The new SuperSeniors e-Newsletter is available on our website NOW! This e-Newsletter includes the additional guidance for what seniors can do during Alert Level 3 and information from the Student Volunteer Army and Age Concern about the services they are offering.

It also has … View more
Hi Neighbours!

The new SuperSeniors e-Newsletter is available on our website NOW! This e-Newsletter includes the additional guidance for what seniors can do during Alert Level 3 and information from the Student Volunteer Army and Age Concern about the services they are offering.

It also has the details on the Winter Energy Payment that starts again today!

Click here to read: bit.ly...

To get our Newsletter emailed to you, if you receive the NZ Super or Veteran’s Pension, update your email in MyMSD here: my.msd.govt.nz...

If you do not receive either of these entitlements but you want to receive our Newsletter you can subscribe here: bit.ly...

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40 days ago

Recycling at alert level 3

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Next Tuesday we transition to alert level 3, but there is no change to rubbish and recycling services at this point.
The safety of our waste staff and the public remain the priority. Following advice from the Ministry for the Environment, stockpiling your recycling is no longer recommended.
For … View more
Next Tuesday we transition to alert level 3, but there is no change to rubbish and recycling services at this point.
The safety of our waste staff and the public remain the priority. Following advice from the Ministry for the Environment, stockpiling your recycling is no longer recommended.
For more info about this and to answer all your questions check out our FAQs page: wgtn.cc...

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31 days ago

Supporting Local Businesses

Bill from Rongotai

Did you know?

Established in 2010, is the production kitchen for many Wellington artisan producers. It has been the home of a number of start-up food ventures that have become well known on the Wellington food scene.

If you know anyone with a fledgling foodie company that they would like to get … View more
Did you know?

Established in 2010, is the production kitchen for many Wellington artisan producers. It has been the home of a number of start-up food ventures that have become well known on the Wellington food scene.

If you know anyone with a fledgling foodie company that they would like to get off the ground get them to give the folk at Crave Kitchen a ring or drop them a line - they are always keen ton show people around the kitchen and make dreams of becoming a small producer a reality.

cravekitchen.co.nz...

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31 days ago

Job opportunities – essential fixed-term roles

AMI Wellington

Need a new job during these uncertain times? At AMI we believe everyone has a unique point of view to share shaped by life experiences, cultures & passions.

We have essential fixed-term roles from entry level to specialists available to ensure our customers are looked after in this new New … View more
Need a new job during these uncertain times? At AMI we believe everyone has a unique point of view to share shaped by life experiences, cultures & passions.

We have essential fixed-term roles from entry level to specialists available to ensure our customers are looked after in this new New Zealand.

We offer training and support to set you up for success, office locations around NZ, flexible working options and a great team culture.
Apply today

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31 days ago

Find your new favourite artworks online

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kilbirnie

For the first time in its history, this year will see the Auckland Art Fair go online. From 11am NZST on Thursday 30 April until Sunday 17 May, Artfair.co.nz will be hosting a Virtual Art Fair where you will discover more than 30 galleries from New Zealand and Australia displaying works that would … View moreFor the first time in its history, this year will see the Auckland Art Fair go online. From 11am NZST on Thursday 30 April until Sunday 17 May, Artfair.co.nz will be hosting a Virtual Art Fair where you will discover more than 30 galleries from New Zealand and Australia displaying works that would have otherwise been seen at the 2020 Auckland Art Fair.

The Virtual Art Fair is in recognition of the artists who have already made special works for the Auckland Art Fair that couldn’t happen, and the galleries who have supported them in doing so.

“It comes at a time of global uncertainty, when the importance of art, community and culture are especially apparent,” their team said in a recent statement.

The Auckland Art Fair is designed to be “a celebration – as best we can – of the talent and diversity of art making by artists from our region; not only across New Zealand and Australia, but also around the wider Pacific-rim. We hope that, wherever possible, some of these artists and galleries will be supported by someone buying a work of art.”

Browse, look, enquire and consider as you get to know new galleries and artists in support of contemporary culture at a time when the artists and galleries really need it.

Find out more at www.artfair.co.nz.

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31 days ago

Studio's still closed so we've taken our step by step painting classes online!

Silke from Heart for Art

Hi everyone, just letting you all know we’ll be staying safe and keeping the studio shut during our level 3. We’ll let you know as soon as we can do studio paint parties again.

Meantime, you can still paint with us online! We’ve got some fun, step by step, virtual painting classes coming … View more
Hi everyone, just letting you all know we’ll be staying safe and keeping the studio shut during our level 3. We’ll let you know as soon as we can do studio paint parties again.

Meantime, you can still paint with us online! We’ve got some fun, step by step, virtual painting classes coming up. So if you’re looking for something fun and creative to try, join us from the comfort and safety of home, and we’ll show you how to create your masterpiece. 🎨+🖌=😍

We hope to have the studio open again as soon as we can.
A HUGE thanks to everyone for your ongoing support in these crazy and challenge times. 🥰
Stay happy and healthy
Aroha nui everyone ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
Silke
#StayHomeStaySafe #LoveLocal #SupportLocal #StrongerTogether

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31 days ago

Major work ready to start on Mt Albert sludge pipeline repair

The Team from Wellington Water

A temporary speed hump installed in Adelaide Road today signals the start of major repair works on the Mt Albert high-pressure sludge pipelines, following the arrival in Wellington of a team of specialist international technicians and essential materials and equipment.

Wellington Water’s Manager… View more
A temporary speed hump installed in Adelaide Road today signals the start of major repair works on the Mt Albert high-pressure sludge pipelines, following the arrival in Wellington of a team of specialist international technicians and essential materials and equipment.

Wellington Water’s Manager Major Projects, Stephen Wright, says the temporary change is a final part of preparations for repairing the pipes and ending the sludge trucking operations, between Moa Point and the Southern Landfill, that were put in place to avoid any discharge of sludge into the sea after the pipelines failed.

“Bringing the specialist team and materials here from Germany during the global pandemic and our own lockdown has been a real challenge. We’re extremely grateful to the Government for granting the special permission necessary to bring them here so quickly.”

On arrival in the country, the technicians spent 14 days in quarantine in Auckland before travelling on to Wellington, where they arrived last night.

32 days ago

Congratulations to our winner

The Team from Readers Tours

A huge thank you to everyone who completed our website questionnaire.

⭐️ Congratulations to our $50 Prezzy Card winner, Christine ⭐️

We were overwhelmed by the responses and look forward to making the necessary changes to improve our website experience.

www.readerstours.co.nz...

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38 days ago

WCC at Alert Level 3

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Well done Wellington for your fantastic work staying in your bubbles during Alert Level 4.
We can now confirm the status of all our Council services and facilties under Level 3.
This can be found at: wgtn.cc...
More information about each service and facility will be live on the Covid-19 section … View more
Well done Wellington for your fantastic work staying in your bubbles during Alert Level 4.
We can now confirm the status of all our Council services and facilties under Level 3.
This can be found at: wgtn.cc...
More information about each service and facility will be live on the Covid-19 section of website after 5pm on Monday 27 April.
#KiaKahaWellington

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32 days ago

Paint a wooden chair

The Team from Resene ColorShop Kilbirnie

Take one plain wooden dining chair and make it a stand-alone statement piece with two Resene colours. You don’t always need a full set of dining chairs; they can be statement pieces all on their own!

You could use a chair like this in a home office, as a plant stand, or as a bedside table for … View more
Take one plain wooden dining chair and make it a stand-alone statement piece with two Resene colours. You don’t always need a full set of dining chairs; they can be statement pieces all on their own!

You could use a chair like this in a home office, as a plant stand, or as a bedside table for your books and lamp. Painting one chair is an easy way to inject a bit of colour into a room too.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create your own.

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32 days ago

Wellington Electric Bikes Autumn Sale

Wellington Electric Bikes

Save up to 25% selected eBikes.

Electric bikes on sale include Black, Gepida, Haibike, Magnum, Merida, Rev and Smartmotion.

Sales runs until Sunday May 10th or while stock lasts.Our shop hours are 9am to 5 pm Monday to Friday and 10 am to 4 pm Saturday to Sunday.

All sales, workshop … View more
Save up to 25% selected eBikes.

Electric bikes on sale include Black, Gepida, Haibike, Magnum, Merida, Rev and Smartmotion.

Sales runs until Sunday May 10th or while stock lasts.Our shop hours are 9am to 5 pm Monday to Friday and 10 am to 4 pm Saturday to Sunday.

All sales, workshop service and test rides under Covid19 Level 3 are by contactless appointment.

Appointments can be made by calling 04 213 9435 or emailing wellingtonelectricbikes@electrify.nz
Find out more

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32 days ago

Video GP consultations

The Team Reporter from Dominion Post

Video and phone consultations with your GP are likely to stay as an option once we get through the coronavirus pandemic. Have you had a call or video conference with your GP during lockdown?

Share your story below or email bridie.witton@stuff.co.nz

32 days ago

Wallace Street works

The Team from Wellington Water

Works under the conditions of Alert Level 3 have been approved to restart in Wallace Street as part of the Omāroro reservoir project. Strict safety measures will be in place to protect workers on site, residents and other members of the public. These include workers keeping to their “bubbles”… View moreWorks under the conditions of Alert Level 3 have been approved to restart in Wallace Street as part of the Omāroro reservoir project. Strict safety measures will be in place to protect workers on site, residents and other members of the public. These include workers keeping to their “bubbles” on site and strict controls on everyone coming in and out of the worksites.

Normal work hours are 7am – 6pm, with noisy work not beginning until 7.30am. Sometimes work will need to be done on Saturday mornings, when noisy work will not begin before 8am. No work will be done on Sundays unless it is an emergency. Safe pedestrian access will be maintained on all streets at all times.

Working on roads is very dangerous for people, and traffic management is a key part of reducing this risk. Please take care around construction sites as there may be uneven surfaces.


There are range of updates as part of this work that apply to nearby streets, for more detail on this please visit the link below.

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36 days ago

Mother in law plant

Adele from Melrose

Morning everyone, was wondering if anyone has a mother in laws plant that I could have a couple of cuttings from?
Or if you have a small plant I could buy.
Thank you
0272204077

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