Police responded to reports of a vehicle being broken into on Judds Rd, Masterton at 4.15am on Tuesday. A spokesperson for police said the vehicle had its window smashed and undisclosed items taken. Enquires are ongoing.
General election early voting opens Monday, October 2 ahead of the October 14 election day. If you can’t get to a voting venue or need assistance voting, you can contact the electorate manager. Full details on voting venues and electorate managers can be found on vote.nz.
Police were called to a residential address on Pembroke St, Carterton at 1pm yesterday, after they received reports of flatmates arguing. A spokesperson for police said police attended and in which they confirmed that there were no further issues.
As the weather slowly warms up, Masterton District Council [MDC] are reminding residents of residential pool regulations. All rules and guidelines can be found on the MDC website. MDC said residents should also get in touch with the council building services team if they have removed or decommissioned their pool. Get in touch via their Customer Services Centre on 06 370 6300 or email the team at [email protected]
MetService has issued a heavy swell warning for Turakirae Head to Mataikona from 12pm tomorrow to 12am on Sunday, October 1. The southerly swell of four metres will be developing late Saturday evening, easing to three metres Sunday morning. The four-metre swell coincides with high tide and strong southerly winds on Saturday evening.
Applications for creative community funding from the Tararua District Council close this weekend. This particular branch of funding can help cover any arts-based projects and events which create opportunities for the local community. To learn more or apply, visit the council’s website. Applications for funding close tomorrow.