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Onehunga Security Update: Please report ALL thefts

or

incidents

to

Police!

Local businesses continue to be concerned at what appears to be an increasing level of crime in Onehunga town centre. Onehunga Business Association wants to make sure Police get an accurate picture of what’s happening in Onehunga, and so we urge businesses to report ALL thefts or other crimes to Police! The crime statistics generated from these reports help Police to direct resources where they’re most needed - so more reporting could bring more Police! Call 111 - in emergency situations / crime in progress In an emergency dial 111 FIRST! Calling 111 is free from public telephones and mobile phones. When you dial 111 you will be asked which emergency service you want: Police, Fire or Ambulance. For Police an emergency is anything that is happening now, or has just happened, where: - People are in danger - Property is in danger of loss or damage - A crime is being, or has just been committed, and the person or persons responsible for it are nearby - There is a major public inconvenience. Report to Onehunga Police Station - non-emergency situations / crime has happened In non-emergency situations, such as a past theft, phone Onehunga Police Station during their open hours (Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm) on ph 634 1064 or phone Auckland Central Police on ph 302 6400. In most situations, you’ll need to personally go to a Police Station to make an official report. Onehunga Police Station is at 126 Onehunga Mall. At the Police Station you will be given a Complaints Acknowledgement Form to report a crime or make a complaint on. This form includes a file number and the name of the officer dealing with your complaint. Once you have made your report police should respond within a reasonable time. If you have questions about your report you should telephone or visit the police station again and tell them the file number. In some cases, evidence of the crime may have been captured on Onehunga Business Association’s network of CCTV cameras and can assist Police in their investigation. A search of CCTV footage will not begin before the event is reported to Police and a Police Event Number is provided. You’ll then be asked to complete an Onehunga Business Association CCTV Search Request Form. The OBA will ONLY release any relevant CCTV footage to the Police. Onehunga Business Association can help you make a report! If you need help making a report to Police, please contact Onehunga Business Association on 636 8535 and we can make a report for you. We want to hear about all incidents in the area and ensure the Police knows about them. Please don’t be afraid to ask us! Non-OBA CCTVs cameras not monitored by Onehunga Security Guard Onehunga Business Association has received reports that other security companies are offering and/or planning to put their own CCTV cameras around Onehunga. Please be aware that these CCTV cameras will not be part of the OBA’s network and will not be monitored by the Onehunga Security Guard

Crime reporting for non-English speakers

In this issue e

NZ Police use the services of Language Line, a free service offering translation services in 43 languages, to assist nonEnglish speakers.

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Language Line services are available Monday to Friday 9am 6pm and Saturday 9am-2pm. Dial 111 - Emergency 1. Call during Language Line operating times, let Police know the language you speak and you will be connected with a Language Line translator in minutes. 2. Call outside Language Line hours from a land-line (not mobile phone), and Police will know your address and send a Police car to your address immediately. Dial 302-6400 -Non-emergency Make your call during Language Line hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm and Saturday 9am-2pm. Ask the operator for Language Line and tell them your language. You’ll be connected with a Language Line translator to make a report.

For Security Help

Mon–Fri 10.30am - 6.30pm, Sat 10am -3pm

call Onehunga Town Centre’s ICON Security guard

021 426 603 Satia

Or contact the OBA office ph

636 8535. Outside business hours, on Sundays & Public Holidays please call Police Dial 111

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ANZAC Day in Onehunga Mother’s Day Promotion Onehunga’s 2012 Easter Promotion Phone good descriptions of thieves for Text Alerts Onehunga Business Association’s team grows Rubbish collections: reminder about pick up dates! Onehunga Security: Please report all thefts or incidents to Police - here’s how! Crime reporting for non-English speakers

www.onehunga.net.nz www.facebook.com/onehunga

ANZAC Day: Public Holiday, restricted trading until 1pm Wednesday 25 April

ANZAC Day Parade The Onehunga RSA commemorates ANZAC Day with the traditional morning march through Onehunga's town centre. The march starts at 9.30am at the corner of Arthur Street and Onehunga Mall and will be led this year by the Dalewool Auckland Brass, one of New Zealand's top brass bands. A service will be held at the Onehunga RSA at 57 Princes Street (at the corner of Onehunga Mall) starting at 10am, followed by entertainment from five-piece band Nimbus from 3pm onwards. ANZAC Day is a restricted trading day until 1pm, which means that most shops selling goods must remain closed until 1pm. For a detailed explanation of what shops can open on restricted trading days, see the Department of Labour’s website: http://www.dol.govt.nz/er/holidaysandleave/publicholidays/shop-opening-hours.asp Public holiday for your employees As ANZAC Day is a public holiday, if the shop remains closed for the whole day and but for that closure employees would have worked, they must be paid for the day off. If the shop remains closed until 1pm and an employee works from 1 to 5pm instead of the usually worked 9 to 5pm, then the employee must receive at least time and a half for each hour worked plus a paid alternate day off. For a detailed explanation of rules surrounding working on ANZAC Day, see the Department of Labour’s website: http://www.dol.govt.nz/workplace/knowledgebase/item/1326 If you have any queries please call the New Zealand Retailers Association helpline on freephone 0800 472 472 or the Department of Labour on 0800 20 90 20.

Please note, there will be no Onehunga Security Service on ANZAC Day Onehunga Town Centre’s ICON Security Guard service will not be available on ANZAC Day. Outside business hours, on Sundays & Public Holidays please call Police Dial 111

Cheers

for emergencies or 302 6400 for non urgent issues.

Amanda, Debbie & Briar

Mother’s Day Promotion

OBA Committee Peter Gibson, President (Parkinson & Bouskill) - 636 3300 Debbie Leaver (The Library Café & Function Venue) - 636 7292 Denise Jukes (Jukes Espresso) - 636 6614 Chantelle East (Urban Streetwear Clothing) - 636 0226 Teresa Jacques (Westpac) - 634 8555 Ross Mudafar (Onehunga Family Pharmacy) - 622 2865 Bridget Graham (Deputy Chairperson, Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board) - 301 0101

Plans are being made for a colourful Mother’s Day promotion in the week leading up to the big day on Sunday 13 May. Throughout the week before, there’ll be bright balloons given out in the street for kids to give their Mums. On Saturday, we’ll be attracting families into Onehunga with really creative activities for kids at Onehunga Community Centre. From 11am to 2pm, kids will be able to make their Mums wonderfully imaginative cards and gifts for their Mum’s special day.

This e-news is sent to you by Onehunga Business Association, because you are either a member, or you have an interest in the organisation or the area. If you do not wish to receive these communications, please let us know by phoning 636 8535. Please note: If your business lies within the Onehunga business precinct you are automatically a member of Onehunga Business Association - paying a part of your rates to fund the OBA.

Monday 7 to Saturday 12 May

Onehunga Business Association Amanda Kinzett, Manager 212A Onehunga Mall (upstairs) P: 09 636 8535 F: 09 636 8542 E: business@onehunga.net.nz W: www.onehunga.net.nz Onehunga Onehunga1

Briar Millar, Onehunga Business Association’s Events Manager, is working with Onehunga Community Centre & Library on this promotion and activities. See Onehunga Community News and of course Onehunga’s website & Facebook page for details!

ANZAC Day Parade in Onehunga 2009.

(Photo nznationalparty/Flickr.com)


Onehunga Business Association’s team grows (Re)Introducing Briar Millar, Events Manager

Onehunga’s 2012 Easter Promotion Easter Egg Hunt & Colouring Competition

Onehunga’s Easter Egg Hunt and Colouring Competition ran for just over two weeks and finished last Tuesday, April 10. The Easter Egg Hunt draw was won by a very lucky 7-year-old, Riveur Turua Teariki from Paptoetoe - pictured at right receiving her prize, a hamper packed with hundreds of dollars of toys and games, from Onehunga Business Association Events Manager, Briar Millar. Riveur was shopping with her family at Dress-Smart when they spotted info about Onehunga's Easter Egg Hunt. The family then went hunting around Onehunga town centre for more hidden eggs and Riveur's entry was the one drawn from hundreds of entries. We had some wonderful entries in the Colouring Competition. The competition was fierce, but according to our guest judge, award-winning illustrator Anna Crichton, there were some stand-out entries, in each of the age brackets: 3-5 years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years.

Onehunga Business Association’s team. From left Debbie Harkness, Briar Millar and Amanda Kinzett.

You can check out all of the delighted winners accepting their prizes on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/onehunga. The Easter promotion brings shoppers into your businesses, so a huge thank you to all of those stores who participated this year.

Onehunga Business Association now has a team of three plus our Icon Security Guard, Satia Sami.

Amanda Kinzett, Manager: Amanda has been managing the OBA for more than six years and has a wealth of knowledge of the Onehunga area and its people, businesses and community. As Manager, Amanda plays a key role in representing local business and community interests at Auckland Council, Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board and Government, with particular emphasis on far-reaching infrastructure planning. In partnership with the local board, the OBA’s advocacy for Onehunga’s role within the new Supercity structure, has helped define Onehunga’s future as a key growth area within Auckland.

Phone in descriptions of thieves for Text Alerts Onehunga Security Text Alert Service now operating

To help stamp out thefts in Onehunga town centre, the Onehunga Business Association has just started the new Onehunga Security Text Alert Service, which is FREE to Onehunga Business Association members.

With her recent focus on submissions to The Auckland Plan, organising local events including the (sadly cancelled) Onehunga Festival, and resolving a diverse range of member issues, Amanda regrets she hasn’t had much time to visit member businesses. With Briar and Debbie now on board, she hopes to have more time to visit members to discuss their issues and needs.

Using this service, we can alert everyone instantly to thieves operating in the area so businesses can be on the look-out for these security threats.

Briar Millar, Events Manager:

Briar Millar returned to the OBA two weeks ago as our Events Manager. Briar had previously worked at the OBA in 2010/2011 and was behind many events during that time, including our inaugural Santa Parade. Her background is in marketing and events and so we’re thrilled to have her back on board driving events to support our community and businesses in Onehunga.

For this service to work and be of value to members, we depend on businesses to contact us with good descriptions of thieves immediately following an incident! An Onehunga Security Text Alert will only be sent out to warn other businesses when we have a good description of the thief/security threat. PHONE Onehunga Business Association on 636-8535 with details including:  Sex  Height / Build / Hair colour and length  Ethnicity  Age  Distinguishing features eg: tattoos  What they're wearing  Other details eg: bags, hats, sunglasses,  If they’re with another person or with children, please describe them too

SIGN UP TO GET ONEHUNGA SECURITY TEXT ALERTS! Onehunga town centre businesses are invited to subscribe to Onehunga Business Association’s Security Text Alert service.

Debbie Harkness, Special Ops Manager: Debbie joined the OBA last year, fresh from her former role as manager of Parnell Inc., Parnell’s business association. In addition to working on various projects as they arise, Debbie is responsible for OBA’s communications including Onehunga’s website, Facebook page and this newsletter; also for following up with Council on numerous issues including rubbish removal, footpaths, car parking and maintenance of Council assets in the town centre area.

Satia Sami, Onehunga Security Guard (ICON Security): Satia has become a wellrecognised face around Onehunga town centre in the 8 months since she joined the OBA. Satia is now an expert at CCTV surveillance, overseeing the OBA’s network of 23 cameras, spotting trouble brewing and findin g k ey evidence to aid Police in their en quiries.

We need good details of offenders! Examples of descriptions we could not pass on because they were too vague have included “girl wearing an Onehunga High School uniform” and “Polynesian man in his early 20s”. We need good details please!

It's FREE to Onehunga Business Association members. And you can register up to 2 mobile phones per business.

Rubbish collections: a reminder about pick up days!

PHONE 636-8535 IMMEDIATELY if you have a good description of a thief or a threatening person and we’ll text other businesses to warn them. Your information will also help the Onehunga Security Guard and Police apprehend thieves and others who represent a security threat in the area.

Email admin@onehunga.net.nz or phone 636 8535.

morning!

Please be mindful of your customers and other pedestrians in Onehunga on rubbish days: put your bins out ready for Tuesday collection on Monday nights after close of business and take them off the footpath and back onto your business property first thing Tuesday Next Blue Bin collection Tuesdays: May 1 & May 15

Onehunga’s ICON Security Guard, Satia Sami


Onehunga Business Association’s team grows (Re)Introducing Briar Millar, Events Manager

Onehunga’s 2012 Easter Promotion Easter Egg Hunt & Colouring Competition

Onehunga’s Easter Egg Hunt and Colouring Competition ran for just over two weeks and finished last Tuesday, April 10. The Easter Egg Hunt draw was won by a very lucky 7-year-old, Riveur Turua Teariki from Paptoetoe - pictured at right receiving her prize, a hamper packed with hundreds of dollars of toys and games, from Onehunga Business Association Events Manager, Briar Millar. Riveur was shopping with her family at Dress-Smart when they spotted info about Onehunga's Easter Egg Hunt. The family then went hunting around Onehunga town centre for more hidden eggs and Riveur's entry was the one drawn from hundreds of entries. We had some wonderful entries in the Colouring Competition. The competition was fierce, but according to our guest judge, award-winning illustrator Anna Crichton, there were some stand-out entries, in each of the age brackets: 3-5 years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years.

Onehunga Business Association’s team. From left Debbie Harkness, Briar Millar and Amanda Kinzett.

You can check out all of the delighted winners accepting their prizes on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/onehunga. The Easter promotion brings shoppers into your businesses, so a huge thank you to all of those stores who participated this year.

Onehunga Business Association now has a team of three plus our Icon Security Guard, Satia Sami.

Amanda Kinzett, Manager: Amanda has been managing the OBA for more than six years and has a wealth of knowledge of the Onehunga area and its people, businesses and community. As Manager, Amanda plays a key role in representing local business and community interests at Auckland Council, Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board and Government, with particular emphasis on far-reaching infrastructure planning. In partnership with the local board, the OBA’s advocacy for Onehunga’s role within the new Supercity structure, has helped define Onehunga’s future as a key growth area within Auckland.

Phone in descriptions of thieves for Text Alerts Onehunga Security Text Alert Service now operating

To help stamp out thefts in Onehunga town centre, the Onehunga Business Association has just started the new Onehunga Security Text Alert Service, which is FREE to Onehunga Business Association members.

With her recent focus on submissions to The Auckland Plan, organising local events including the (sadly cancelled) Onehunga Festival, and resolving a diverse range of member issues, Amanda regrets she hasn’t had much time to visit member businesses. With Briar and Debbie now on board, she hopes to have more time to visit members to discuss their issues and needs.

Using this service, we can alert everyone instantly to thieves operating in the area so businesses can be on the look-out for these security threats.

Briar Millar, Events Manager:

Briar Millar returned to the OBA two weeks ago as our Events Manager. Briar had previously worked at the OBA in 2010/2011 and was behind many events during that time, including our inaugural Santa Parade. Her background is in marketing and events and so we’re thrilled to have her back on board driving events to support our community and businesses in Onehunga.

For this service to work and be of value to members, we depend on businesses to contact us with good descriptions of thieves immediately following an incident! An Onehunga Security Text Alert will only be sent out to warn other businesses when we have a good description of the thief/security threat. PHONE Onehunga Business Association on 636-8535 with details including:  Sex  Height / Build / Hair colour and length  Ethnicity  Age  Distinguishing features eg: tattoos  What they're wearing  Other details eg: bags, hats, sunglasses,  If they’re with another person or with children, please describe them too

SIGN UP TO GET ONEHUNGA SECURITY TEXT ALERTS! Onehunga town centre businesses are invited to subscribe to Onehunga Business Association’s Security Text Alert service.

Debbie Harkness, Special Ops Manager: Debbie joined the OBA last year, fresh from her former role as manager of Parnell Inc., Parnell’s business association. In addition to working on various projects as they arise, Debbie is responsible for OBA’s communications including Onehunga’s website, Facebook page and this newsletter; also for following up with Council on numerous issues including rubbish removal, footpaths, car parking and maintenance of Council assets in the town centre area.

Satia Sami, Onehunga Security Guard (ICON Security): Satia has become a wellrecognised face around Onehunga town centre in the 8 months since she joined the OBA. Satia is now an expert at CCTV surveillance, overseeing the OBA’s network of 23 cameras, spotting trouble brewing and findin g k ey evidence to aid Police in their en quiries.

We need good details of offenders! Examples of descriptions we could not pass on because they were too vague have included “girl wearing an Onehunga High School uniform” and “Polynesian man in his early 20s”. We need good details please!

It's FREE to Onehunga Business Association members. And you can register up to 2 mobile phones per business.

Rubbish collections: a reminder about pick up days!

PHONE 636-8535 IMMEDIATELY if you have a good description of a thief or a threatening person and we’ll text other businesses to warn them. Your information will also help the Onehunga Security Guard and Police apprehend thieves and others who represent a security threat in the area.

Email admin@onehunga.net.nz or phone 636 8535.

morning!

Please be mindful of your customers and other pedestrians in Onehunga on rubbish days: put your bins out ready for Tuesday collection on Monday nights after close of business and take them off the footpath and back onto your business property first thing Tuesday Next Blue Bin collection Tuesdays: May 1 & May 15

Onehunga’s ICON Security Guard, Satia Sami


Onehunga Security Update: Please report ALL thefts

or

incidents

to

Police!

Local businesses continue to be concerned at what appears to be an increasing level of crime in Onehunga town centre. Onehunga Business Association wants to make sure Police get an accurate picture of what’s happening in Onehunga, and so we urge businesses to report ALL thefts or other crimes to Police! The crime statistics generated from these reports help Police to direct resources where they’re most needed - so more reporting could bring more Police! Call 111 - in emergency situations / crime in progress In an emergency dial 111 FIRST! Calling 111 is free from public telephones and mobile phones. When you dial 111 you will be asked which emergency service you want: Police, Fire or Ambulance. For Police an emergency is anything that is happening now, or has just happened, where: - People are in danger - Property is in danger of loss or damage - A crime is being, or has just been committed, and the person or persons responsible for it are nearby - There is a major public inconvenience. Report to Onehunga Police Station - non-emergency situations / crime has happened In non-emergency situations, such as a past theft, phone Onehunga Police Station during their open hours (Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm) on ph 634 1064 or phone Auckland Central Police on ph 302 6400. In most situations, you’ll need to personally go to a Police Station to make an official report. Onehunga Police Station is at 126 Onehunga Mall. At the Police Station you will be given a Complaints Acknowledgement Form to report a crime or make a complaint on. This form includes a file number and the name of the officer dealing with your complaint. Once you have made your report police should respond within a reasonable time. If you have questions about your report you should telephone or visit the police station again and tell them the file number. In some cases, evidence of the crime may have been captured on Onehunga Business Association’s network of CCTV cameras and can assist Police in their investigation. A search of CCTV footage will not begin before the event is reported to Police and a Police Event Number is provided. You’ll then be asked to complete an Onehunga Business Association CCTV Search Request Form. The OBA will ONLY release any relevant CCTV footage to the Police. Onehunga Business Association can help you make a report! If you need help making a report to Police, please contact Onehunga Business Association on 636 8535 and we can make a report for you. We want to hear about all incidents in the area and ensure the Police knows about them. Please don’t be afraid to ask us! Non-OBA CCTVs cameras not monitored by Onehunga Security Guard Onehunga Business Association has received reports that other security companies are offering and/or planning to put their own CCTV cameras around Onehunga. Please be aware that these CCTV cameras will not be part of the OBA’s network and will not be monitored by the Onehunga Security Guard

Crime reporting for non-English speakers

In this issue e

NZ Police use the services of Language Line, a free service offering translation services in 43 languages, to assist nonEnglish speakers.

e e e e

Language Line services are available Monday to Friday 9am 6pm and Saturday 9am-2pm. Dial 111 - Emergency 1. Call during Language Line operating times, let Police know the language you speak and you will be connected with a Language Line translator in minutes. 2. Call outside Language Line hours from a land-line (not mobile phone), and Police will know your address and send a Police car to your address immediately. Dial 302-6400 -Non-emergency Make your call during Language Line hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm and Saturday 9am-2pm. Ask the operator for Language Line and tell them your language. You’ll be connected with a Language Line translator to make a report.

For Security Help

Mon–Fri 10.30am - 6.30pm, Sat 10am -3pm

call Onehunga Town Centre’s ICON Security guard

021 426 603 Satia

Or contact the OBA office ph

636 8535. Outside business hours, on Sundays & Public Holidays please call Police Dial 111

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enews 20 April, 2012

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e

ANZAC Day in Onehunga Mother’s Day Promotion Onehunga’s 2012 Easter Promotion Phone good descriptions of thieves for Text Alerts Onehunga Business Association’s team grows Rubbish collections: reminder about pick up dates! Onehunga Security: Please report all thefts or incidents to Police - here’s how! Crime reporting for non-English speakers

www.onehunga.net.nz www.facebook.com/onehunga

ANZAC Day: Public Holiday, restricted trading until 1pm Wednesday 25 April

ANZAC Day Parade The Onehunga RSA commemorates ANZAC Day with the traditional morning march through Onehunga's town centre. The march starts at 9.30am at the corner of Arthur Street and Onehunga Mall and will be led this year by the Dalewool Auckland Brass, one of New Zealand's top brass bands. A service will be held at the Onehunga RSA at 57 Princes Street (at the corner of Onehunga Mall) starting at 10am, followed by entertainment from five-piece band Nimbus from 3pm onwards. ANZAC Day is a restricted trading day until 1pm, which means that most shops selling goods must remain closed until 1pm. For a detailed explanation of what shops can open on restricted trading days, see the Department of Labour’s website: http://www.dol.govt.nz/er/holidaysandleave/publicholidays/shop-opening-hours.asp Public holiday for your employees As ANZAC Day is a public holiday, if the shop remains closed for the whole day and but for that closure employees would have worked, they must be paid for the day off. If the shop remains closed until 1pm and an employee works from 1 to 5pm instead of the usually worked 9 to 5pm, then the employee must receive at least time and a half for each hour worked plus a paid alternate day off. For a detailed explanation of rules surrounding working on ANZAC Day, see the Department of Labour’s website: http://www.dol.govt.nz/workplace/knowledgebase/item/1326 If you have any queries please call the New Zealand Retailers Association helpline on freephone 0800 472 472 or the Department of Labour on 0800 20 90 20.

Please note, there will be no Onehunga Security Service on ANZAC Day Onehunga Town Centre’s ICON Security Guard service will not be available on ANZAC Day. Outside business hours, on Sundays & Public Holidays please call Police Dial 111

Cheers

for emergencies or 302 6400 for non urgent issues.

Amanda, Debbie & Briar

Mother’s Day Promotion

OBA Committee Peter Gibson, President (Parkinson & Bouskill) - 636 3300 Debbie Leaver (The Library Café & Function Venue) - 636 7292 Denise Jukes (Jukes Espresso) - 636 6614 Chantelle East (Urban Streetwear Clothing) - 636 0226 Teresa Jacques (Westpac) - 634 8555 Ross Mudafar (Onehunga Family Pharmacy) - 622 2865 Bridget Graham (Deputy Chairperson, Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board) - 301 0101

Plans are being made for a colourful Mother’s Day promotion in the week leading up to the big day on Sunday 13 May. Throughout the week before, there’ll be bright balloons given out in the street for kids to give their Mums. On Saturday, we’ll be attracting families into Onehunga with really creative activities for kids at Onehunga Community Centre. From 11am to 2pm, kids will be able to make their Mums wonderfully imaginative cards and gifts for their Mum’s special day.

This e-news is sent to you by Onehunga Business Association, because you are either a member, or you have an interest in the organisation or the area. If you do not wish to receive these communications, please let us know by phoning 636 8535. Please note: If your business lies within the Onehunga business precinct you are automatically a member of Onehunga Business Association - paying a part of your rates to fund the OBA.

Monday 7 to Saturday 12 May

Onehunga Business Association Amanda Kinzett, Manager 212A Onehunga Mall (upstairs) P: 09 636 8535 F: 09 636 8542 E: business@onehunga.net.nz W: www.onehunga.net.nz Onehunga Onehunga1

Briar Millar, Onehunga Business Association’s Events Manager, is working with Onehunga Community Centre & Library on this promotion and activities. See Onehunga Community News and of course Onehunga’s website & Facebook page for details!

ANZAC Day Parade in Onehunga 2009.

(Photo nznationalparty/Flickr.com)

Onehunga Business Association News 20 April, 2012  

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