Lyall Bay, Wellington

9 days ago

Why keeping up with the exterior of your house matters?

Lia from Lyall Bay

Why keeping up with the exterior of your house matters?
It improves the aesthetics and value of your home.
Now is the perfect time to start planning your outdoor summer renovation.
It is very important to get a detailed plan in place before starting any work to avoid time and budget overruns … View more
Why keeping up with the exterior of your house matters?
It improves the aesthetics and value of your home.
Now is the perfect time to start planning your outdoor summer renovation.
It is very important to get a detailed plan in place before starting any work to avoid time and budget overruns during the build.
If you are interested, contact us to book a FREE consultation.

0800 88 68 38 or at
admin.silkworm@refresh.co.nz

9 days ago

$15 BOYS 0-18YR HAIRCUTS -TODAY AND EVERY TUESDAY!

Aaron Graham from Hataitai Family Barbers

If your Boys are still sporting their lock down mops bring them in this afternoon for a great deal and a great cut. Boys 0-18 years only $15. We are open till 6.30pm tonight.

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9 days ago

Free ground and venue hire for sport and recreation groups

Simone Borgstede from Wellington City Council

Kia ora Pōneke. To help lessen the impact of the Covid-19 on local sports clubs, the use of Wellington City Council facilities will be free for clubs until the end of June 2020, and there will be an extended winter season for sportsfields.
This means no charges for sportsfields, courts or lane … View more
Kia ora Pōneke. To help lessen the impact of the Covid-19 on local sports clubs, the use of Wellington City Council facilities will be free for clubs until the end of June 2020, and there will be an extended winter season for sportsfields.
This means no charges for sportsfields, courts or lane bookings at Council swimming pools, the ASB Sports Centre and outdoor courts – but in pool access charges will apply.
For more information, visit our website: wellington.govt.nz...

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10 days ago

Community Strength & Balance Exercise Classes

Sport Wellington

Stay active and strong with older adult strength and balance classes.

The Community Strength & Balance page on the Sport Wellington website has information about a variety of online and in-person classes which are run by local instructors and designed to help you improve your strength and … View more
Stay active and strong with older adult strength and balance classes.

The Community Strength & Balance page on the Sport Wellington website has information about a variety of online and in-person classes which are run by local instructors and designed to help you improve your strength and balance.

Classes are part of the Live Stronger for Longer movement which aims to help people remain healthy, active and independent as they age and include Tai Chi, Pilates, seated exercise and more.

They are available for anyone to try so give one a go today!
Find out more

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10 days ago

Any seedling or plant pots

Alison from Miramar

Hi I’m getting my garden ready with seeds so Warri to get some seedling trays or any pots of any size. I’d like to try to recycle if anyone is getting rid of them. Thanks Alison

Free

10 days ago

Sludge trucking ends as first stage of Mt Albert repair successfully completed

The Team from Wellington Water

We are excited to announce that the first liner in the Mt Albert sludge pipes has been successfully tested and is now operational – which means we’ve been able to take bring the sludge trucks operation to an end.
There will be the odd truck passing through over the coming week or so as the … View more
We are excited to announce that the first liner in the Mt Albert sludge pipes has been successfully tested and is now operational – which means we’ve been able to take bring the sludge trucks operation to an end.
There will be the odd truck passing through over the coming week or so as the sludge tanks at Moa Point are cleared, but the 24/7 operation is over.
We want to thank the impacted residents for your patience and resilience in putting up with the trucks traveling past your houses every day through what has been an extraordinary time – possibly made more trying by the restrictions of Covid-19 and the fact everyone was at home more than usual.

We also want to acknowledge the efforts of the truck drivers who have worked tirelessly to keep sludge out of Cook Strait. And we’d like to thank the council and community leaders who have ensured community interests were kept foremost throughout a particularly difficult time for the city.

The second Mt Albert pipe lining operation is under way. Once complete, in three weeks or so, this will restore full redundancy in the event of failure. If there’s an emergency before then, we may need to re-start the trucking operation. However, lining the full length of this critical Mt Albert section of the sludge pipe minimises the risk of the pipe failing again until a longer term solution for sludge management is developed.

10 days ago

Inside New Zealand's hidden cave hotels

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

From Waikato to the Bay of Islands, we reveal three subterranean secret spots you can escape to #backyourbackyard

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11 days ago

Painting., help with garments

Sophie from Houghton Bay

Hand painted.
Wondering if someone can help me identify these lady's dress.

I have had this for years and know nothing about them

12 days ago

Over 65? We want to hear from you!

The Team from ACC New Zealand

We are looking for feedback from Neighbourly members throughout New Zealand on their health and wellbeing - and whether they saw our recent programme with TVNZ, Healthy For Life.

We'd love you to take our survey. It'll only take a couple of minutes.
Take the survey

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12 days ago

Are you a local business needing support?

Support Local Shop Local

We're proud to be working with our friends at Stanley Street to help support all New Zealand businesses in these troubled times.

We think you'll love these free Support Local toolkits. If you spot one of these in a window of a business near you (or on your takeaway coffee cup!) … View more
We're proud to be working with our friends at Stanley Street to help support all New Zealand businesses in these troubled times.

We think you'll love these free Support Local toolkits. If you spot one of these in a window of a business near you (or on your takeaway coffee cup!) you'll know you're helping a proudly local company.
Find out more

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12 days ago

Answers to your property price questions

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, we're all feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic right now, but lots of you have told us you're especially concerned about its effects on property prices in NZ. That's why we asked Quotable Value's general manager David Nagel to join us for a … View moreHey neighbours, we're all feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic right now, but lots of you have told us you're especially concerned about its effects on property prices in NZ. That's why we asked Quotable Value's general manager David Nagel to join us for a live Q&A to help answer your property questions.

We had a huge response, so if you sent in a question or dropped in for the chat, thank you. If you missed it, you can still check out the recap, here.

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14 days ago

Poll: Are you planning to hit the bars this weekend?

The Team Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington's bars will reopen for the first time under alert level 2 on Thursday, and owners are praying for punters to come out in their droves.

Hospitality New Zealand Wellington branch president Matt McLaughlin is fearing for the future of the capital's bars.

"Courtenay Place … View more
Wellington's bars will reopen for the first time under alert level 2 on Thursday, and owners are praying for punters to come out in their droves.

Hospitality New Zealand Wellington branch president Matt McLaughlin is fearing for the future of the capital's bars.

"Courtenay Place which, to me, is New Zealand's premier entertainment precinct could be wiped off the face of the Earth in two months, which is really concerning."

There will be strict rules in place, with bar patrons seated, separated by a metre, and served by a single person.

To read more, click here.

Are you planning to hit the bars this weekend?

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Are you planning to hit the bars this weekend?
  • 7.6% Yes, I'll be out on the town tonight or this weekend
    7.6% Complete
  • 36.1% No, I'll be avoiding bars for the time being
    36.1% Complete
  • 56.3% No, the nightlife is not for me
    56.3% Complete
449 votes
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12 days ago

Free Fridge freezer

Liz from Miramar

Indesit 340L bottom mounted fridge freezer, in great condition. Freezer only at one setting as knob broken but freezes just fine.
Measures 600 x 600 x 1800mm
You would need to collect. 0220881731

Free

12 days ago

Do you need Regular Gardening Maintenance or Landscaping?

Joshua from Price Smart Landscaping and Gardening

Whether it’s keeping our garden beds weed-free, trimming hedges to look just perfect, or simply mowing the lawns, we work within most budgets to keep your garden looking tidy.

For a reasonable estimate,
Give us a call at 027 548 9818
or
Visit www.pricesmart.co.nz...

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12 days ago

We are open 9-4 Saturday and Sunday!

Aaron Graham from Hataitai Family Barbers

It has been a really busy week so thank you to everyone who has been in to see us. If you are still getting around yo the big chop! pop in when it suits you this weekend. We are open 9-4pm Saturday and Sunday.

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