Roseneath, Wellington

11 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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11 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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13 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
11 days ago

Korean Noodles

Naichao from Oriental Pantry

Dear Neighbours,
Do you like HOT taste?
Are you familiar with Korean hot noodles?
We have many options for you, like Shin noodle, Hot chicken noodle, Kimchi noodle, etc.. And all on special, some of them only cost $6.99.
Please come and check them.
Happy shopping with us.

11 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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11 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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12 days ago

Please support Mary Potter Hospice’s Annual Appeal

Mary Potter Hospice

This week over 1000 volunteers would have been out on the streets shaking buckets and collecting much needed funds for Mary Potter Hospice. But because of COVID-19 our important May 2020 Street Appeal can’t take place.

No matter what, our work at Mary Potter Hospice carries on, day and night, … View more
This week over 1000 volunteers would have been out on the streets shaking buckets and collecting much needed funds for Mary Potter Hospice. But because of COVID-19 our important May 2020 Street Appeal can’t take place.

No matter what, our work at Mary Potter Hospice carries on, day and night, week in and week out. Our care is always there, through every crisis and emergency.

Please help Mary Potter Hospice continue to provide its free-of-charge hospice care to people with a life-limiting illness in Wellington, Porirua and Kāpiti.

Please help us, help others and give generously this Annual Appeal .
Donate today

12 days ago

A little kindness goes a long way

AMI Insurance

We know that the more kindness there is, the better the world gets. So let’s keep the kindness going by driving a little kinder, keeping an eye on the neighbour’s place while they are away and checking in on Nan.

It’s what makes New Zealand the kinda place we like to live because a little… View more
We know that the more kindness there is, the better the world gets. So let’s keep the kindness going by driving a little kinder, keeping an eye on the neighbour’s place while they are away and checking in on Nan.

It’s what makes New Zealand the kinda place we like to live because a little kindness goes a long way.
Learn more

12 days ago

How should Covid-19 changed how you travel?

Ben Heather Reporter from Dominion Post

Under the lockdown, most people couldn't leave their suburb or town for weeks. But with restrictions easing and travel resuming, will Covid-19 lead to more lasting changes in how we travel? Some are arguing the lockdown and a looming government infrastructure spend-up is an opportunity to … View moreUnder the lockdown, most people couldn't leave their suburb or town for weeks. But with restrictions easing and travel resuming, will Covid-19 lead to more lasting changes in how we travel? Some are arguing the lockdown and a looming government infrastructure spend-up is an opportunity to rethink travel longer-term, particularly in urban centres like Wellington, moving away from cars and towards cycling and walking.

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12 days ago

Mittens is out and about - have you spotted him in the city?

Sharron Pardoe Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington's celebrity feline has been afforded the city's highest honour, with Mittens being given the key to the city.

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12 days ago

Newtown green grocer

Happy from Kilbirnie

⚡️⚡️SPECIALS⚡️⚡️

✅Avocado 99¢/each
✅Cauliflower $1.99/each
✅Potato Agria 99cents/kg
✅Cherry tomato 2 for $5
✅Brown onion 99cents
✅Spinach 2 for $5… View more
⚡️⚡️SPECIALS⚡️⚡️

✅Avocado 99¢/each
✅Cauliflower $1.99/each
✅Potato Agria 99cents/kg
✅Cherry tomato 2 for $5
✅Brown onion 99cents
✅Spinach 2 for $5
✅Telegraph cucumber $1.49/each
✅Golden Delicious Apple 99cents/kg

Choke and Persimmons are in store now as well.

Many more specials in-store! 100 Riddiford st Newtown.

Specials are on now and ending on Sunday
(24/05/2020).

12 days ago

Compact that garage mess...

The Team from Resene ColorShop Basin Reserve

Upcycle a pallet and old kitchen forks to help keep garden tools organised.

Make the most of this weekend with this step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this project yourself

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13 days ago

(Urgent) Rose Gardens or Lush Gardens with Lawn Needed for FILM SHOOT!

Sarah from Roseneath

Hi there

We are very small group of 7 that need a garden to shoot just 1-3 scenes in for a short film:
www.moonpalacemedia.com...

In return and if we make it to Cannes we will place your name in the credits. Please email moonpalacemedia@gmail.com

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14 days ago

How will Wellington fare with fewer new people?

Ben Heather Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington city planners had forecast another 50,000 to 80,000 people would make Wellington City home over the next 30 years.
But those predictions have now been thrown up in the air with coronavirus curtailing the movement of people, particularly across national borders. How should Wellington … View more
Wellington city planners had forecast another 50,000 to 80,000 people would make Wellington City home over the next 30 years.
But those predictions have now been thrown up in the air with coronavirus curtailing the movement of people, particularly across national borders. How should Wellington prepare for slower population growth and what will it mean for the future of the city?

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13 days ago

Retirees - is it time for something new?

Presbyterian Support Central

Light, bright, modern and just the right size – what more could you ask for?

A cosy one bedroom apartment at Huntleigh Retirement Apartments is available now and waiting for you.

Recently renovated to the highest standard in the central Wellington suburb of Karori, this one won’t be … View more
Light, bright, modern and just the right size – what more could you ask for?

A cosy one bedroom apartment at Huntleigh Retirement Apartments is available now and waiting for you.

Recently renovated to the highest standard in the central Wellington suburb of Karori, this one won’t be around long.

Make the most of independence of living, but without the hassle. No need to worry about the rates, insurance, maintenance this winter - we’ve got it covered.

Additional services also available.
Find out more

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