Tawa, Wellington

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16 days ago

Girls shoes/slippers/sandals-various prices

Dianne from Johnsonville

Girls slippers- lost one pom pom, still lots of wear left- $3. around size 11-12

Sneakers- size 12, $4

Sandals- only worn a couple of times, size 13. main part of shoe is in excellent/brand new condition. Inside heel bit- seems like the glue bit has pulled a bit, but is still glued fine. $5
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Girls slippers- lost one pom pom, still lots of wear left- $3. around size 11-12

Sneakers- size 12, $4

Sandals- only worn a couple of times, size 13. main part of shoe is in excellent/brand new condition. Inside heel bit- seems like the glue bit has pulled a bit, but is still glued fine. $5

located in Johnsonville,

Price: $5

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16 days ago

Clarks brand sandals

Dianne from Johnsonville

Clarks brand sandals- cant see the size inside, but measure from inside from back to front 15.5cm. They have velcro across the front and strap part.

this is a great brand, and sell for a very high price. located in johnsonville

Price: $8

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16 days ago

Monster High Stick on nails- not opened, plus extra 6 others

Dianne from Johnsonville

Monster High 10 Stick on nails- never been opened- sell for USD $10 plus an additional 6 stick on nails.
located in Johnsonville, smoke free home

Price: $8

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16 days ago

Boys size 1 sandals

Dianne from Johnsonville

Size 1 boys sandals- really good solid sandals. Great tread on sole, smoke free home, located in johnsonville.

Price: $5

17 days ago

Best SUV range in one place

Brendan Foot Supersite

If you are looking for a SUV then save yourself some time and see 7 new car brands and 26 SUVs all in the one place.

Brendan Foot Supersite have all sizes of SUVs, 5 and 7 seaters, automatic and manual, award winning models and they start at just $23,990 + on road costs.

So see our range … View more
If you are looking for a SUV then save yourself some time and see 7 new car brands and 26 SUVs all in the one place.

Brendan Foot Supersite have all sizes of SUVs, 5 and 7 seaters, automatic and manual, award winning models and they start at just $23,990 + on road costs.

So see our range online or come and visit to find the one that’s best for you. You can see range of Kia, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Holden and Hyundai models at Railway Ave, Lower Hutt and our Haval selection just down the road at our Udy Street showroom.
Find out more

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17 days ago

MOA POINT SLUDGE UPDATE – TRUCK MOVEMENTS

The Team from Wellington Water

Thanks to the local community for their continued patience and understanding as we continue with our trucking operations from the Moa Point treatment plant and the Southern Landfill.

We will be adjusting the route due to Island Bay’s Day in the Bay this weekend, with the trucks following an … View more
Thanks to the local community for their continued patience and understanding as we continue with our trucking operations from the Moa Point treatment plant and the Southern Landfill.

We will be adjusting the route due to Island Bay’s Day in the Bay this weekend, with the trucks following an alternative route along State Highway 1 and up through Brooklyn (pictured below). Trucks will use this route from 6am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday, with trucks following the existing route outside of these hours. We expect about 5 to 6 trucks each way per hour during this period.

From Thursday through to Sunday, we will also be staggering the truck movements, as well as reducing the number of trucks on the road.

We apologise for any inconvenience this additional traffic may cause, but we are working to prevent the need to discharge the sludge into Cook Strait while we work to repair the pipeline to the Southern Landfill.

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19 days ago

Slowing down the CBD - what's your view?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Wellington looks set to reduce speed limits on almost all of the city's CBD streets, and some want the changes to go even further.
The proposed revamp would result in speed limits being reduced to 30kmh on all CBD streets except the waterfront quays and main roads. What do you make of the … View more
Wellington looks set to reduce speed limits on almost all of the city's CBD streets, and some want the changes to go even further.
The proposed revamp would result in speed limits being reduced to 30kmh on all CBD streets except the waterfront quays and main roads. What do you make of the plan?

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18 days ago

OWHIRO BAY UPDATE 5 FEBRUARY

The Team from Wellington Water

Following our removal of the health warning signs in Owhiro Bay, we would like to provide clarification on the condition of the Bay.

These signs were removed as per our protocols for the reopening of the beach. A source of the spike in contamination was identified and the sampling at the long term… View more
Following our removal of the health warning signs in Owhiro Bay, we would like to provide clarification on the condition of the Bay.

These signs were removed as per our protocols for the reopening of the beach. A source of the spike in contamination was identified and the sampling at the long term beach monitoring site had returned to normal.

We acknowledge that our communication could have been better as removing the warning signs implies that the Owhiro Stream, that crosses the beach, is safe for swimming in. Owhiro Stream, like many urban waterways, has a long history of contamination and is regularly unsafe for swimming in. Improving the quality of Owhiro Stream will require a coordinated and long term programme of works.

We have taken immediate action to correct the lack of information, and yesterday placed warning signs at the stream mouth at Owhiro Bay. Our operations team are preparing for continued investigations in the catchment to see if there is another fault or cross-connection that we can find and resolve.

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18 days ago

Hunger for Colour - swap and save!

Resene

Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift… View more
Brighten the day of someone in need and bring a little colour into your life...

By donating a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.

Resene will gift all food donations to The Salvation Army local foodbanks and other community foodbanks.

Start gathering up those cans so you can swap and save at your local Resene owned ColorShop.
Learn more

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18 days ago

Newlands Community House

Lesley from Paparangi

Looking for a worthy cause to make a donation too?
Head over to our give a little page and make a donation to help support our Community House.
Have any spare material, knitting wool to donate? Our craft ladies make items and donate all back to the community, whether they are clothes for the … View more
Looking for a worthy cause to make a donation too?
Head over to our give a little page and make a donation to help support our Community House.
Have any spare material, knitting wool to donate? Our craft ladies make items and donate all back to the community, whether they are clothes for the neonates in hospital, knee rugs for local nursing homes, beanies for the new kids starting school - we do it all.. Please feel free to pm me if you would like me to pick anything up. Thank you in Advance .
givealittle.co.nz...

18 days ago

CANCELLED: A Wellington Rhapsody

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

A Wellington Rhapsody - including a performance by Orchestra Wellington and the Bohemian Rhapsody screening - has been cancelled due to strong winds. There is no scheduled postponement date for this event.

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18 days ago

Display of full residential address.

Marty from Johnsonville

A couple of days ago I put up the following post:

Afternoon folks, You may want to be conscious of your address details that you display on your activities albeit notice boards or buy & sell or any website forum. Yes there are those out there that may take advantage knowing this information… View more
A couple of days ago I put up the following post:

Afternoon folks, You may want to be conscious of your address details that you display on your activities albeit notice boards or buy & sell or any website forum. Yes there are those out there that may take advantage knowing this information of you. As opposed to showing your full residential address you may want to amend this to display only your street or better still just your suburb. Have a great day.



I queried Neighbourly about their thoughts on this. I put this subject out there just as a discussion.


Neighbourly response is and I can also see it from their side:
Neighbourly has been designed to help create stronger, safer communities, and a big part of this is knowing who lives next door or down the road from you. We do encourage members to share these details. These personal details are only seen by direct neighbours, the minimum info you can share is your name and address (you can choose to hide your street number), and this is Neighbourly's point of difference - and what makes the site work really well! What we ask you to share is little more than you'd find on a piece of mail in a letterbox. All members go through an address verification process to confirm they live where they say they do. Any member who has not completed this step has limited and temporary access to Neighbourly; they cannot see other neighbours' profiles, including address information, until they are verified. Further on this - only Neighbourly members in your suburb can see your address. I hope this helps, Marty. We appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us regarding members who are not aware their address is shown. This feature of Neighbourly is shared when signing up and you can view this in our privacy policy: www.neighbourly.co.nz...

I will leave this with you if you want to have a positive discussion or feedback :-)
As always have a great day.

19 days ago

Quentin Duthie - Whaitua Te Whanganui-a-Tara Committee

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington

Kia ora koutou, I am Quentin, a member of the Whaitua Te Whanganui-a-Tara Committee tasked with making recommendations to Greater Wellington Regional Council on the future of our coastal and freshwater quality, and how our water is used. Our waterways and all the fish and species that live in them … View moreKia ora koutou, I am Quentin, a member of the Whaitua Te Whanganui-a-Tara Committee tasked with making recommendations to Greater Wellington Regional Council on the future of our coastal and freshwater quality, and how our water is used. Our waterways and all the fish and species that live in them are precious taonga, so we have set out to understand how they are valued and what should be done to provide the future we want for our water.

To me, this Whaitua project is a journey where we can apply our experience and values, and develop a vision that enhances the mana of the whenua, the tangata whenua and the whole community.
We need you to be part of our journey on the Whaitua Project. This is a journey to improve the health and mauri of our waterways, we need to fix our waste and stormwater network. These are big changes, and needs to reflect our communities’ views informed by good evidence and information.

Connect with us to talk about what we can do together. You can reach us at whaitua@gw.govt.nz. To see what we have been doing visit our Facebook page, and to share what you value about our water and your solutions have your say by following the link below.

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19 days ago

Get a free Resene paint testpot!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

Colour your world this February by taking part in the sixth Resene Hunger for Colour campaign! During the month of February you can swap a can of food for a 60-80ml testpot of Resene paint with all cans collected being donated to Salvation Army foodbanks.

Over the last five years, this campaign … View more
Colour your world this February by taking part in the sixth Resene Hunger for Colour campaign! During the month of February you can swap a can of food for a 60-80ml testpot of Resene paint with all cans collected being donated to Salvation Army foodbanks.

Over the last five years, this campaign has seen Resene donate enough testpots to paint over 100,000 colourful square metres and generous Kiwis donate more than 190,000 cans.

We’d love to see the creations you make with your testpots – just message them to us here on Neighbourly for a chance to be featured!

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