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1 bedroom townhouse with 1 bathroom, suitable for vegans and vegetarians
The master bed room with ensuite and walk-in-wardrobe with an additional closet is available in this four bedroom terrace house. The bed room has bay window providing much desired outdoor views of hills and greens. Shared Kitchen and Laundry facility.
Handy to New World. Easy access to main motorway arterials, Quick drive to Remuera. Handy to New World. Countdown & PakNSave, Mitre 10 & Placemakers. Easy access to main motorway arterials, Quick drive to Remuera, Mission Bay and down town. Walk to Tamaki Campus. Sunday Market 5 mins walk. Sylvia Park Shopping Centre 8 mins drive.
Shorter than 3 months stays also welcome.
NOTE: The date for letting is flexible and can be later than 1st April, for the right tenant.
Pets negotiable, no smokers.
Vegetarian families wanted who would like to host short or long term international vegetarian students. High school aged children. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Second year university student (18 years old) looking for a room to rent in Wellington from the beginning of March onwards (ideally, but later is also okay). She doesn’t have much interest in partying so would prefer a quiet environment e.g. a homestay arrangement. Please email her on email@example.com
$165 p/w – plus $30 expenses per week. Nice old house in the bush. See photos on trademe: search ‘vegetarian’ in oratia. Call Savage on 09 8141814 or 021620987.
I am a 19-year old, vegan girl from Germany and looking for a place to stay at in Wellington from January onwards.
17 years old Korean girl looking for Vegan family. She is going to Takapuna grammer school, so it’d be best if the host is living around the area. Email her directly if you can help her.
Linda Nunn has become well known for her relentless hard work for animal rights and welfare, especially in the Auckland area. Among other agencies, she has worked alongside Auckland Animal Action, SAFE, the SPCA, the Humane Society, Animal Control, Councils, and has been involved in helping hundreds of animals over the years. If you can offer a home, follow the link below for profiles of animals in need.
Food For Thought, a vegetarianism and animal rights radio show, is looking for people to be interviewed. Send me an email – with the title ‘Interview’ in the subject box for a chance to express your views on animal rights and vegetarianism.
On the show I will play songs by vegetarian bands (like Greenday and Good Charlotte), share veggie recipes, interview animal rights groups and discuss animal rights issues.
Food For Thought, Wednesdays 4:30pm on 1206AM (Waikato) or 106.7FM (Hamilton city) or online at Food For Thought Community Radio (everywhere!)