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December, 1 Mental Health is a hot topic nationwide. Pamm Millage, local professional hypnotherapist and psycho-spiritual healer of 30 years, raises the questions: "What is missing in our general self-knowledge; and what needs to be addressed? Top of the list in recollections of Bos was humour. A punster of the first water, Bos could find a oneliner for every occasion which left some completely bemuse Heatwave Hits Kapiti - Tips for Keeping Cool January 29, The predicted heatwave has arrived - thanks Australia - and Kapiti is expected to have very hot conditions in this late summer rush.

Keeping cool is a priority. KCNews asked heating and ventilation expert Paul Spittal for some handy hints for taking the heat off. Regularly clea Mahara Gallery Redevelopment on Show December, The new design for the redevelopment of Mahara Gallery will get its first public airing on Saturday 15 December at an early evening launch function at the Gallery.


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The design has been prepared by the Wellington-based architectural firm, Athfield Architects. It follows the conf Police are assisting Fire and Emergency NZ and were called to the scene at around 8. Traffic is being diverted over the Paekakariki Hill Road. The diversion is not su Waikanae town centre revitalisation progressing at pace Kapiti Coast District Council has held a well attended meeting which invited the Waikanae community to pop into Mahara Place to hear about their plans to revitalise the Waikanae town centre.

Due to the closure, customer and library services aren't available from Waikanae Library, and customers are Gate entry cash only The crash occurred at pm and involved two vehicles. One person has been critically injured and another three people are seriously injured. Police advise the road is currently blocked and motoris Terri-Lee Hartley was reported missing this morning. She was last seen yesterday at around 6pm. When last seen Terri-Lee was wearing a yellow or orange long slee She was located in the in the Mangahao Dam No3 bush area around 6.

Her family has been notified. Terri-Lee Hartley missing since last night. Levin P Kapiti quake risk buildings identified November 20, The Kapiti Coast District Council's work to identify potentially earthquake prone buildings in the District is now complete. The owners of 28 potentially earthquake-prone buildings have been notified and advised that they will need to obtain a seismic assessment of their building Waikanae Palms birds to be relocated November 20, As part of the phoenix palm removal happening this week in Mahara Place, Waikanae, the Kapiti Coast District Council is working with experts on a plan for retrieving and relocating any nesting birds found in the trees.

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Kapiti Food Fair a fun foodie day out November 20, On Saturday the 1st of December, bring the whole family down to the Mazengarb Reserve for a fun foodie day out. Kicking off from 10am through to 4pm, the annual Kapiti Food Fair is expecting more than 15, hungry visitors to browse, buy and tuck-in to delicious treats from o Government must embrace localism to improve community wellbeing Local Government New Zealand is pleased the Government is starting a discussion to reinvigorate local decision making, but says a bold localist approach is needed to drive meaningful change.

The Raskolnikovs are becoming veterans of the Wellington music scene Despite announcing their 'final gig' at least three times, the b Kapiti Festival - something for everyone November, The Annual Kapiti Festival is likely to draw thousands of visitors again this year when the gates open at 9. Kapiti Pak n Save is kindly supp It was birthed from a desire to see local songwriters See video below.

Street Art in Waikanae October 25, Business fronts as art could be the new theme in Kapiti, following the recent installation of a landscape scene on the front windows of the Mr Stump and Mr Chipper businesses in Omahi St, Waikanae.

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In the normal rough and tumble world of tree felling street art is not always a Funds raised also support The fisheries officers had a busy time over Labour Weekend, making a number of seizures around the country. One example was Enduring relationships between Kapiti residents and the US Marines are marked by memorials and annual ceremonies. A surv After Dark captures Paraparaumu and Kapiti Island under the clouds and moon.

Prizewinners will be announced at the opening The NZ Transport Agency will provide an update at 2pm. A diversion is in place over Paekakariki Hill Road for cars and other small vehicles; however it is not suitable for It was the second time on to the winners podium for Peter and Sonya Jackson, having won the Small Business Award back in Since then Peter Jackson Plumbi Waikanae Spring Market - it's in the bag The Annual Waikanae Spring Market gets underway tomorrow with a wide variety of stalls for all to enjoy and big crowds are expected again this year.

One novel stall will be the reusable jute bags on sale as a fundraiser for Child Cancer with all proceeds going to the charity w Kapiti Growth Projects Talk Time The Council, with support from the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment MBIE , will shortly begin public discussions about opportunities for supporting our district's economic growth in partnership with central government. Country Fair.

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Organiser Julia Palmer says there will be plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Homeless in Kapiti - Public Meeting Called October 7, A community housing taskforce, established last year released a report showing more people in Kapiti are becoming homeless as a result of skyrocketing house prices and rents.

Kapiti Grey Power is hosting a public meeting on housing in the Kapiti area. The meeting will be discuss Chamber Chair - Heather Hutchings Welcome to October , daylight saving has arrived, and Christmas is now just around the corner. I would like to congratulate all those businesses who stepped outside of their comfort zone and entered the Electra Business Awards.

A total of 86 Businesses have entered across Kapiti Hearing expands to cope with demand October 1, A report commissioned by the National Foundation for the Deaf estimated , people in New Zealand Within that, the cost to the economy was estimated at The large sculpture, crafted by artist Will Clijsen, shows two children riding a stylised, flying Kiwi.

It is made of stainless She says good luck to everyone. If it is wet, it will take place on the first fine weekend after that. Arahi is a young emerging folk artist from Hawke's Bay. In recent years the Debates have been sellout nights with plenty of laughs and this year looks like being the same with the topic for debate being You always take the weather wi Kapiti Coast hosts gut health workshops September 20, The journey to improved wellbeing starts with good gut health and Kapiti Coast residents can find out how to get started naturally at a workshop being held locally next month.

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You are invited New Kapiti film tells of reluctant Frances Hodgkins painting sitter Paraparaumu's Red Capewell may now be in her '80s but age hasn't dimmed her recollection of the time her mother-in-law Alice, the daughter of an Italian fisherman, was asked by New Zealand's most acclaimed expatriate painter, Frances Hodgkins to sit for two paintings. Red tell Based on the classic film of the same title, the story follows artist Sonny Malone in 's Los Angeles, who paints a picture of the nine muses of Greek mythology, but is dis Te Horo Country Market October 5, On Saturday at 2pm the Wellington Phoenix will continue their pre-season preparations with the annual fixture against a Central League select It is now at a stage where the DHB is seeking your views on the sorts of services required to best meet the needs of families before, during, an Power Bills creating Energy Poverty Kapiti Heating and ventilation expert Paul Spittal says inefficient heating has a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of a large number of New Zealanders.

Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry panel visiting Kapiti Kapiti Coast locals will have an opportunity to talk about mental health and addiction issues to the Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry when it visits the region next week. He believed an altercation had taken place in the area. Armed Police attended and the area was cordoned off. Schools in the immediate vic Kapiti Coast real estate stats remain very strong July 24, Kapiti Coast real estate continues to well outperform both the Wellington and Auckland regions as well as New Zealand overall, according to the latest Quotable Value figures.

The average value of residential property in the Kapiti Coast District rose by 9. Over 20 aircraft will be lining up on the tarmac for static display at the event being held on Sunday 5 August, 10am-3pm. Air Chathams and Kapiti Heliworx are taking pre-bookings for scenic flights over Young Kapiti storytellers sought for film challenge July 21, Kapiti has a strong reputation for producing talented young filmmakers and another opportunity is available.

Entries are now open for the Someday Challenge, the annual call out to young filmmakers. Entrants are invited to submit a sustainability-related film, of any genre, up to f Maoriland Hub Fair Trade Breakfast July 21, Friday, August 3 8 - 10 amCelebrate the launch of fair trade fortnight at the Maoriland Hub, start your day with some sweet justice and fill your puku with fair trade kai that supports the farmers , the environment and our wonderful fair trade community.

Confidence slipped in both m Gus Evans in the Kapiti Garden July 21, It certainly has been a wet time out in the garden but at the same time the weather has been quite mild so far, and we have had the odd few calm days and a little bit of watery sun.


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It is a good time to get some spraying and pruning done. Some of our bare root trees have been Young Kapiti storytellers sought for film challenge Kapiti has a strong reputation for producing talented young filmmakers and another opportunity is available. The review includes delivery of services like stormwater maintenance, water reticulation, turf maintenance and property mainten The conference had two main themes. As a result, in my opinion, the message was muddled and ambiguous. The first Kapiti Councillor Appeals Conviction Kapiti Councillor David Scott's barristers have lodged an appeal against a conviction recorded against him in the Wellington District Court last month on a charge of indecently assaulting a senior staff member after she alleged he rubbed his genitals against her at a morning tea Local Councils say Show me the Money Kapiti Coast District Council faces major challenges funding vital infrastructure to cope with expected growth.

Kapiti is not alone in this, with many councils throughout the country facing similar issues. A truck and two cars collided in the northbound lane between Pukerua Bay and Paekakariki. There are reports of injuries. The northbound lane of the road is closed Crash on State Highway 1 at Raumati South July 9, Police have issued a notice advising motorists heading north on State Highway 1 out of Wellington that there will delays due to a serious crash this evening.

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Critical Injuries in Otaki Crash July 4, A driver and passengers are in a critical condition following a crash in Otaki late this afternoon. Emergency services were called to the crash near the Otaki River Bridge at 2.