South Wairarapa District, Featherston

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33 days ago

For Sale

Lyn from Carterton District

Red Leather 2 seater sofa. Good condition.

Price: $250

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34 days ago

Cat survives being shot in face

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

A cherished family cat has survived being shot in the face, but sustained serious damage from the attack.
Ginger cat Jamie​ took a bullet to the cheek – millimetres from his left eye and narrowly missing his brain – fragmenting his skull.
He was lucky to survive the recent shooting in … View more
A cherished family cat has survived being shot in the face, but sustained serious damage from the attack.
Ginger cat Jamie​ took a bullet to the cheek – millimetres from his left eye and narrowly missing his brain – fragmenting his skull.
He was lucky to survive the recent shooting in Wellington.
But the incident has left him deaf in one ear and the pupil in his left eye unable to contract.
Meanwhile, the SPCA is appealing to the public for help with its investigation into the shooting.
Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call 0800 467 732 in confidence and quote reference 323422.

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34 days ago

3 wheel stroller pushchair

Robert from Carterton District

Edinburgh Pathfinder 3 wheel stroller. Good condition but rain cover has a small split by handle. Includes instruction manual.
If interested please phone 0272345087

Price: $120

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34 days ago

Event at Masterton show grounds

Dorothy from Carterton District

This Saturday 20th March. 10am —-3 pm
Aged concerns Expo.
Take a break visit this special day. We are having stalls aplenty, something for everyone.
Food trucks, tea, cofffe cake, raffles, many more exhibits
Love to see. You there.

34 days ago

Calling all painters

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours,
are you using the long weekend to tackle that long-over due reno? Or do you have a project you'd love to do in your home or garden but don't know where to start?

The experts at Resene are offering to help answer all your painting and decorating questions. Whether … View more
Hey neighbours,
are you using the long weekend to tackle that long-over due reno? Or do you have a project you'd love to do in your home or garden but don't know where to start?

The experts at Resene are offering to help answer all your painting and decorating questions. Whether it's how to choose the right type of paint to cover a stain, how to go about planning a mural, or how long you really need to spend on sanding down that woodwork, they're happy to help.

Send us your question at homed@stuff.co.nz or leave it in the comments and we'll put the best questions to the Resene team (please note: we may not be able to answer every single question). The answers will be published in an article on Stuff ahead of the long weekend.

If you don't want us to use your comment or name on Stuff, please mention that in your post.

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34 days ago

Springfree Medium Oval Trampoline

Tim from Greytown

Fantastic and safe trampoline complete with basketball hoop and spring step, double anchored to cope with Wairarapa winds! Our boys no longer use. In excellent condition. Was $2,257 new. Buyer will need to collect.

Price: $680

34 days ago

Everyone deserves to feel safe in their own community. 💐

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Today we remember the victims, families and communities affected on 15.03.2019

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34 days ago

SuperSeniors

The Team from Office for Seniors

Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand".… View more
Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand". However, TVNZ 1 News, along with Consumer NZ, have voiced concerns.

For more information and advice, read our article in the latest SuperSeniors newsletter: bit.ly...

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34 days ago

STRESSED - Learn what to do when everything gets too much

Eileen from Greytown

Tuesday 16th March 7pm, ANZAC Hall Featherston.


Ongoing low levels of stress can impact our sleep, increase skin infections, affect our weight,  thoughts and behaviours.
Leave this session with practical tips you can use immediately.
Hear what might be the most useful information of your life.
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Tuesday 16th March 7pm, ANZAC Hall Featherston.


Ongoing low levels of stress can impact our sleep, increase skin infections, affect our weight,  thoughts and behaviours.
Leave this session with practical tips you can use immediately.
Hear what might be the most useful information of your life.
                                            FREE ENTRY

39 days ago

Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021

Sacha Green from Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand

Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB… View more
Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021, where we celebrate 50 years of serving the community.

www.cab.org.nz...

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34 days ago

Find out more about volunteering for Victim Support!

Victim Support

What does 2021 hold in store for you? How about volunteering with Victim Support?

We’re recruiting new volunteers in your neighbourhood!

Volunteer Support Workers come from all walks of life, just like those who need our help. They make an incredible difference by providing support and … View more
What does 2021 hold in store for you? How about volunteering with Victim Support?

We’re recruiting new volunteers in your neighbourhood!

Volunteer Support Workers come from all walks of life, just like those who need our help. They make an incredible difference by providing support and information for people affected by crime, trauma, and suicide. Volunteers receive comprehensive training and assistance from our locally based staff.

Come and meet some of our Wellington and Hutt Valley team to find out what it’s all about!

Our next Volunteer Information Evenings are coming up on Tuesday 30 March (Hutt Valley) and Wednesday 31 March (Wellington). Follow the link to register or find out more.
Find out more

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36 days ago

Chimney sweep

Billy from Martinborough

Chimney sweep avaliable,
Messege or call 0211434996

39 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This should not be too hard? What do you know about this image?

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37 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Another pic from Kelson photographer Andrew Gorrie of a tui. O think you will agree it is a lovely photo.

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36 days ago

Pet of the Day: Meet Girlgirl

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This week we feature Girlgirl from Masterton, who enjoys checking out the view. She is an ex SPCA rescue kitty and belongs to Karen Wilson from Masterton.

Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what … View more
This week we feature Girlgirl from Masterton, who enjoys checking out the view. She is an ex SPCA rescue kitty and belongs to Karen Wilson from Masterton.

Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you are from.

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