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BJ Bear holiday programme attracts crowd Continued from page 1 4 Elements manager Jay Fox and The Wharehouse manager Kirstin Jones-Elms were judges of the Best Dressed Bear, Most Loved Bear and the Biggest Bear. Jay says they were really impressed with the level of competition. “They definitely look like they put some effort in it.” Kirstin says they wished they could give everyone prizes. “I think a lot of kids here are enjoying themselves. “We don’t want to disappoint anyone.” She says she was impressed with how many kids were there.

“It’s great to see this kind of activity in the mall.” There were big bears, small bears and even kids dressed the same as their bears. There was one winner for each category and two runner ups. Each winner and runner up won a bear. The winner of the Biggest Bear was Yutallia Watson- Tian, 2. Meredith Patterson, 6, won Best Dressed Bear with her home made hat and Josh Sanderson, 2, won Most Loved Bear. LEFT: Winner of the Most Loved Bear Josh Sanderson (2). RIGHT: Winner of the Biggest Bear Yutallia Watson-Tian (2).

Farewell, Chief By Rhiannon McConnell Wainuiomata fire chief Dave Smith is hanging up his hat after 32 years in the brigade for a new stage of life and to focus more on his business. Dave Smith joined the brigade in 1981 and has been fire chief for six years. “It’s time for me to have a bit of a change. “When your hearts not in it, your hearts not in it.” He says the change will give others a chance to move up and do things a different way. “It’s also good for the brigade to have a change at the top from time to time. “You do get stale and you need new people coming through.” Dave says he will miss the brigade and the day time calls. “I am going to miss the place, I really am.” He says he has built a lot of friendships through the brigade. “I will miss the people we serve, the community.” One thing he says he will not miss is the early morning call outs when it is still frosty.

Dave is planning on spending more time on his business, Dave Smith Motors, but also wants to continue doing volunteer work. “I’ve thought a bit about being a volunteer youth worker.” He says he often has people coming in to his work asking fire brigade questions so it will be good to focus more on his work. One other thing he is looking forward to trying again is darts. He has not previously been able to play because it was on the same night as the brigade. Dave has seen a lot of changes over the years including seeing the days when kids from the local High School were allowed to be on the force and respond to calls during the day. He says he hopes to leave a legacy of being fair, trustworthy and dedicated to his work. “If you are not dedicated you might as well not do it.” Dave is still a life member and will attend social events but will not be involved past that so as to give the new chief a chance to run it their way. “Once I go I really need to go.”

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Book Fair coming to town By Rhiannon McConnell Wainuiomata book fans will have the chance to add to their collection this month with the annual Rotary Club Book Fair. President Dawn Otter says they are hoping to raise $20,000 from the fair, the mark that has been raised for the last two years. “That way we can give a fair bit back to the community.” She says they usually have long lines and people come from as far away as Auckland. “You can guarantee we have people start to line up at 8 o’clock in the morning. The lines go around the block.” Secretary Ann Raynor says the crowds are unbelieveable. “We get more people than the Phoenix, it’s amazing.” Dawn says the fair is the Rotary Club’s major fundraiser for the year. “What we get from that book fair is what we give back to the community.”

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They get books from suppliers around the Wellington region. “We try and keep the price of the books down to a reasonable amount.” Dawn says they get big crowds because people still love the feel of a book. “There is nothing like holding a book.” She says they have even had a few first edition books come through over the years. This year they have an autographed copy of motivational speaker Billy Graham’s book, ‘Your Ship Came in the Day the Doctor Smacked Your Bum’, which will be given away in a raffle. The Rotary Club Book Fair will take place on the 18th and 19th of this month at the old Wainuiomata College on Moohan Street. Doors open at 9am.

Wainuiomata residents have the chance to see where our drinking water comes from and what makes it safe. Greater Wellington Regional Council is offering an opportunity to see first-hand how the bulk water supply system works, by offering guided tours next Sunday. The public can book for the free tour to learn where drinking water comes from, how water is treated and to explore the water treatment plant. The plant treats around 60 million litres per day on average. Production from Te Marua accounts for just over 40 percent of our total supply volume in a typical year. Bookings are required as the tour is limited to 20 people and start every half hour from 10am to 3.30pm and will take around an hour. Tours are at Te Marua Water Treatment Plant, Sunday 12 May 2013, 10am – 3.30pm. To book: 04 830 4381 watertour@gw.govt.nz

RIGHT: Ann Raynor and Dawn Otter are hoping to rase $20,000 at the annual Rotary Club Book Fair.

Go red in May for women’s health By Lydia Anderson Wainuiomata women are being urged to get decked out in a red dress, nail polish, or lipstick this month to raise awareness of heart disease – the single biggest killer of women in NZ. The Heart Foundation is running “Go Red for Women” month to encourage Kiwi women to get a heart check. Statistics show 48 women in NZ die of heart disease every week, and two-thirds of deaths occur in in women with no history of chest pain. To help spread the Heart Foundation’s message, a number of New Zealand celebrities have volunteered to ‘Go Red’ this month. Crowd Goes Wild presenterand Lower Hutt regular Meghan Mutrie, based in Wellington, is one of four female celebrities who have come on board, taking part in a promotional video painting topless male volunteers. She says she had no idea what she

was in for until she saw the male canvases. “The whole point was to make us blush. “I instantly clammed up – I was blushing madly.” While she says she was not hugely aware heart disease was such a problem for women before participating in the campaign, she has now started making changes in her own life. “It’s made me a bit more conscious about my choices. “I’ve found myself geeking out and googling stats. “I’ve booked my own doctors appointment.” She says often women are so busy looking after families, they don’t take time to look after themselves. “I thought of people like my mum and others who are such caregivers and so selfless. “People put it aside and if you do that it actually gets worse. “It really struck a chord with me.” She says getting a heart check

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doesn’t need to be a big deal, just something to remember when visiting the doctor. Heart Foundation Statistics: Three out of four women still don’t know heart disease is their single biggesst killer.

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Youth Week kicks off today Live like a legend is the theme of Youth Week in Hutt City, which kicked off on Monday. Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace describes the week as an opportunity to showcase the city as a great and vibrant place for young people. “Youth Day Out in Dowse Square is set to have local bands, dance groups and a Youth Idol competition and in Wainuiomata Y-Well Youth Week will include creative art, ki o rahi, and pool and table tennis.” A full list of Youth Week events in Hutt City is available on council’s website at www.huttcity.govt.nz/ YouthWeek2013. Youth Week runs from 4-12 May, and is for young people aged 12-24. Most activities are free.

Correction The Wainuiomata News would like to apologise for printing incorrect contact details in the story, Music academy to open, on Wednesday 24. The correct contact details are 027 259 1085 and email anita@primemusicacademy.co.nz.

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Question: What are you doing for Mum this Mother’s Day?

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“Get her flowers.”

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“Getting her a present.”

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“I am going to get her a secret present.”

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Letters to the editor Letters on issues of community interest are welcomed. Guidelines are that they should be no longer than 150 words. They must be signed and a street address provided to show good faith, even if a nom de plume is provided for publication. The editor reserves the

right to abridge letters or withhold unsuitable letters from publication. Send or fax them to the address on page two, or email them to news@ wsn.co.nz. Please note that your name and street address must also be provided in e mails.

Issues addressed by Mayor Dear Ed, While I understand Louise Williams concerns in last week’s paper a number of issues she raised needs correcting. Firstly the “Business Development Package” was introduced by Council to encourage new business and development in to the city. It was fully consulted on last year and supported by the community. As a result of this package two major retirement operators are establishing in the

Lost trust in councillors Dear Ed, In response to L Williams letter re the Upper Fitzherbert Rd development I too have lost faith in Ray Wallace and Councillors and will be withdrawing my support. What’s alarming is that in the plan it states that the council will be partnering with land owners… forcibly throwing land owners off their land under the Public Works Act is hardly “part-

nering”. I also object to Ynui residents having to shoulder an increase in rates to subsidise the development and new road as we will supposedly be benefitting from them (personally I can’t see how) as the rest of the Hutt will also be benefiting from the extra rates revenue!!! I note public transport (buses) to Ynui still remains unreliable and expensive despite numerous complaints

to Ray, Valley Flyer and GWRC! With stagnant wages and increased costs Ynui is starting to become unaffordable – I also wonder about water supply in future too, no doubt Ray will bring in metering to solve this issue and give ratepayers yet another financial burden. Regards Lorraine McGregor Wainuiomata

City bringing over $200 million dollars of new investment and the creation of hundreds of new jobs. It is not correct for Louise to say we are subsiding developers with waiving of fees. If the developments were not happening there would be no fees to collect. The new facilities will generate a lot of new rates income and that will mean more ratepayers “sharing the load” which is will ease the burden for everyone who pays rates.

The second access in to Wainuiomata has been the wish of residents in Wainuiomata for years which would benefit Wainuiomata greatly. It is my role as mayor to raise these matters and the sorts of issues, we as a community, need to discuss for the future wellbeing and sustainability of Wainuiomata. Ray Wallace Mayor

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Office worker follows dream A Wainuiomata man left his government based desk job to follow his dream of being a self sustained artist. Leo Semau says the frustration of working in a bureaucratic system became too much and he burned out. “Not having a creative outlet wore me out. It was time to take a break and reassess.” He decided to get back to his core passions, art and creativity. He enrolled at Wellington art school The Learning Connexion so that he could learn professional techniques and explore new avenues for his creativity. “This is the most comfortable I’ve ever felt in my life. I could do this non-stop.” Moving away from a government desk job has Leo feeling much happier, working with his hands and creating. He has found a particular skill and interest in the medium of clay. Leo’s ceramic clay works have now become his main creative outlet. His figurative organic pots mimic the human form in an abstracted and tactile way. His work tells

stories of Pacific legends, paying homage to Leo’s Samoan genealogy. “I’m taking the face value of the legend and reminding the viewer of the values of the legend.” Leo is working towards a goal of being self-sustainable from his artwork but for now he still studies sculpture a few times a week onsite at the Learning Connexion. “The Learning Connexion is definitely the environment to be inspired. The tutors really make it, as they have the experience and are practical,” he says. The first step Leo took after leaving his job was attending one of the week long block classes held at The Learning Connexion. He then enrolled part-time into the Diploma of Art & Creativity (Honours) programme. This is not Leo’s first time at The Learning Connexion. He first studied at the art school when he was 17. If you would like to contact The Learning Connexion for a visit, contact 0800 278 769.

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More people injured at home Casley Sportsman of the Year By Rhiannon McConnell More people were injured last year wearing rugby socks inside their homes than on the field and it is statistics like that which have lead to Wainuiomata homes being part of a pilot safety audit. The Home Safety Audit focuses on common home dangers and getting help to fix them. Neigbourhood support coordinator Karl Dickson (pictured above) says he was surprised how dangerous the home could be. “I didn’t assume the house would be as dangerous as it is.” Twenty-five Wainuiomata homes will be part of the audit run by Neigbouhood support and ACC. Karl says 612,000 people in home get hurt compared to 32,000 on road each year. The bit that sold Karl on it

Neigbourhood support coordinator Karl Dickson.

was the fact that they do not just identify the dangers but they also do what they can to fix them. “There are some options to enable some of that work to be done. “That’s what really sold me

on this.” While the audit is only being trialed on 25 homes Karl hopes they can expand it. “We want our community to be safer but let’s make our homes safe as well.” “Long term this will save the country money.” The audit was trialed in Otago and now Upper Hutt and Wainuiomata. They are focusing on the outsides of homes and a few security questions to do with the inside. The audit will run through to June with the hope of continuing in more homes after that. “It gives people in Wainui the chance to lead the way in the Hutt Valley,” Karl says. “I think the ideal would be to extend this… make it something we can offer to other families.”

World Series softballer Rhys Casley was awarded Hutt City Sportsman of the Year last week, as well as the Supreme Award. The Black Sox player is known for three homeruns in the final of the World Series match in Venezuela. Casley told the crowd that he was a “very proud Hutt Valley-ite, and even more so a proud Wainui boy.” RIGHT: Hutt City Counsellor Ken Laban congratulates softballer Rhys Casley on his sports achievements.

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Local high school student selected for Youth Parliament A Wainuiomata High School student has been selected as a Green Youth MP. Anchal says she is looking forward to Youth Parliament and the opportunity to be a voice for the students around her. She says students often feel side-lined by political leaders because of their age. “Even if we don’t get to vote, young people need to be aware that they can be heard,”Anchal says. Originally from Fiji, Anchal has lived in Wellington from an early age and is strongly motivated by the hardship her family has experienced to work towards achieving a fairer society for all. “I want to make people aware that politics isn’t just about different parties arguing; it’s about people trying to make our society a better place for everyone, including youth.” Anchal applied to Youth Parliament to be a voice for the young people in the Lower Hutt community. She was picked by Green Party MP Holly Walker. “I was really impressed by Anchal’s passion for equity and her understanding that the key environmental, social, and economic challenges facing New Zealand are closely linked,” Holly says. “Her passion and enthusiasm for tackling these challenges head on came through in her application. Holly says she is sure Anchal will do a great job in her role and representing her views and the views of those around her. “As Anchal herself has noted, just because young people under the age of 18 can’t vote, it doesn’t mean that they don’t have an important contribution to make to politics.” Youth Parliament takes place on the 16th-17th July this year, when all 121 Youth MPs come to Wellington to take part in select committees and debates in the House. The eight month tenure of the Youth MPs of- Wainuiomata High School student, Anchal Singh was chosen by Green MP, Holly Walker for her passion and enthusiam towards ficially started on Wednesday. tackling challenges.

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Refurbishment of the Wainuiomata Primary School Hall will include laying a softer floor and replacing the wooden stage for a portable one.

Bringing school hall into the 21st Century By Aaron Meredith No more uncomfortable assemblies for the pupils of Wainuiomata Primary School, as their hall is getting a makeover. This year, the school hall, which has been in use for more than 20 years, has had funding approved for an upgrade. “We are bringing the hall up to the 21st century,” says headmaster Neil Worboys. The hall is currently used for a variety of events and activities, including school assemblies and productions, and it is also used for physical education when the weather forces the children inside. The refurbishment will include replacing the old wooden floor with a modern softer alternative, which will make it a lot easier for children to sit down for long periods and make it safer for games and phys ed. One former Wainuiomata

Primary pupil recalls falling over on the hard floor during indoor sports and reckons the pupils at his old school will be pleased with their modernised hall. Headmaster Worboys says: “We are also replacing the old wooden stage with a portable one, so we can move it around the hall when needed.” This will enable the stage to be placed anywhere in the hall, creating the opportunity for more seating when productions are shown. The kitchen and toilets are being moved from the back of the hall to around the side to make more room for sports and shows. A computerised system is being bought in as well to replace the old projector system, which is near the end of its working life. The work on the school hall is expected to be completed within the next term or so.

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Channel Realty Ltd

32 Queen Street Wainuiomata 04 564 7310 www.wainuiomata.harcourts.co.nz

TEAM SELIG

Wainuiomata

11 Parkway Road

Wainuiomata

27 Woodland Mews

TEAM SELIG

Wainuiomata

16 Fraser Colman Grove

TEAM SELIG

Wainuiomata

4 Woodland Mews

Investment Work shop for 2 Units, 3 phase power, each has own yard, one is rented. Ideal for your own operation and rent one out. For viewing or more information call now! For Sale $265,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5035 Open by appointment David Selig & Nicky Cooper P 04 564 7310 M 027 4458 944 M 027 307 2999

Low Maintenance & Convenience Is Key Lovely village setting. Open plan, modern kitchen & ranch slider opening out onto the patio. Incorporated Society approx $500per annum. For Sale $290,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5050 David & Renee M 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

Young Stylish Home! Only 5 years old, Brick & Tile, 4 bdrms, large master bdrm, walk in wardrobe & en-suite. Large bathroom, open dinning family area, designer kitchen. Semi separate lounge and internal access to the double garage. For Sale $390,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5036 Open Sun 12.45-1.15pm David & Renee P 027 445 8944 M 027 355 4501

Maintenance free 2 bdrm town house in Woodland Mews. Palliside weatherboard, double glazed, infinity gas hot water, heat pump, open plan, internal access to the garage & fenced back yard. Incorporated Society approx $500 per annum. For Sale $299,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO4977 Open Sun 12.45-1.15pm David & Renee P 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

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Wainuiomata

25 Fraser Colman Grove

Brand New! 4 bdrms, open plan, infinity gas & heat-pump. Choose your own internal colours & flooring. Metra Panel materials ensuring good insulation. www.metrapanel.co.nz

TEAM SELIG

Wainuiomata

79 Peel Place

29a Pencarrow Crescent

491 Coast Road

For Sale $389,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5052 David & Renee P 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

For Sale $239,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5043 Open Sun 1.30pm - 2pm David & Renee P 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

A nice modern functional home that’s tastefully renovated! With a well planned floor area, large living, sep shower & bath, 2 toilets, sep laundry. This well positioned 3 bedroom home is all decked out for summer sun, fun & lounging. Call now to view! For Sale $260,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO4903 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

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10 Halifax Street

Popular Location Spruced up, new colour & new carpet. Great outdoor space, fully fenced. Open plan living/dining, original tidy kitchen. Single lock up, carport + garden shed.

16 Hyde Street

108 Crowther Road

Tranquillity With Stunning Views! Driveway already in place & the use of an artesian water spring. The owner boasts firewood galore - pines & manuka on 15Ha of land. Perfect for the keen hunter & plenty of space to build or relocate your dream home. For Sale $210,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5041 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

33 Pencarrow Crescent

Self Sufficient, Tidy Package! New one run carpet, stylish wooden kitchen, modern features, gas fire, infinity hot water. Fully fenced back section, large garage/workshop, glass house, chicken coop, fruit trees & more. Call now to view. For Sale $240,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5053 Open Sun 2.45-3.15pm Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

More Than Meets The Eye! Modern home open plan kitchen, stainless steel appliances, infinity hot water, large luxurious bathroom , DVS, heat-pump & sleep-out with bathroom. Large single garage/workshop, Don’t miss out call anytime to view! For Sale $293,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5056 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

The Good Life At Its Finest! 3 dble bedrooms, ensuite, office & rumpus. Extrnl office/gym or potential sleepout. Heated pool & large, entertainment area with ex indoor/outdoor flow. 6 car garage & outbuildings. 8 paddocks, 10 acres, 2 water features. For Sale Price By Negotiation View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO4983 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

A Lifestyle Charmer Delightful home located in a tranquil setting. Modern, open plan, 4 bdms, master with en-suite & sliding door onto your own private deck with a beautiful bush outlook. All on a sizeable section, call for more information. Tender Closes 2pm 15th May, Wainuiomata Office View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5048 Open Sun 1.45-2.30pm Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

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Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

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80 Hyde Street

4 Rakaia Grove

26 Manurewa Grove

204 Wellington Road

Fully Renovated Gem!! A complete make over from top to bottom, all you will have to do is move in, sit back and relax on one of the sunny decks and enjoy this delightful 3 bdrm home + rumpus, large garage/workshop. Call for more information. For Sale $309,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5030 Open Sun 1 - 1.30pm Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999

Get In To Parkway! A smart decision is to buy in Parkway. A great sun-room all year round, 3 bdms, open plan living & wood-burner for winter. Attractive fenced section, shade house, good gge & parking. For Sale $229,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO4995 Open Sun 1.30 - 2pm Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940

Parkway Starter! If you are on a limited budget but good location is important, I suggest you check out this 3 bdm home with Wood-burner & DVS in Parkway. First home buyer or investor, Parkway is popular! Add this to your inspection list. For Sale $220,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5054 Open Sun 3 - 3.30pm Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940

Lot’s For Your Money! Good floor plan & space makes for a good home. Open plan layout, 3 bdms, separate toilet, showerbox, bath, gas & alarm. Well fenced, garage & sunny setting. Plus the schools & bus are close by. Definitely great value For Sale $215,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5039 Open Sun 12.45-1.15pm Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

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4 Momona Street

26 Kowhai Street

38 Matthews Road

211 Wellington Road

Impressive Parkway Colonial! Classic home with neat street presence! Boasts 5 bdrms & 2 living rooms but it’s awesome potential is what upstairs offers! Create the ideal parents retreat or the teenagers zone. Add this property to your must view! For Sale $329,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5029 Open Sun 2.15-2.45pm Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940

3 Plus-Family Or Investment? Currently tenanted for 330pw, 3 bdrms + a 4th single/office, offers nothing but potential as an investment or family home. Great price open plan living, large deck, 2 garden sheds, carport & fully fenced. Call now to view. For Sale $225,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5055 Marewa Mather P 04 564 0005 M 021 159 4972

Owner Wants... Action!! Owner has moved & is looking to get this terrific 3 bdrm home SOLD!Garage, low maintenance fully fenced, open plan living, wood-burner, DVS system, sep bathroom/WC & laundry, plus a small exterior sleep-out. For Sale $239,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5015 Open Sun 1 - 1.30pm Marewa Mather P 04 564 0005 M 021 159 4972

So Cute And Handy! 3 bdrm home with a lot to offer; spacious kitchen new bench top, light open plan living that drops down & flows out to a sunny backyard with well established gardens, single garage & carport. Call now! For Sale $215,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5046 Marewa Mather P 04 564 0005 M 021 159 4972

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008

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32 Bledisloe Crescent

B/12 Konini St

109 Wise Street

Comfort, Convenience & Location - Its Here! Whether its comfort you seek, space to start a family or a convenienceladen location without the headache of messy renovations, then this standout property has got you covered! Call now to view For Sale $280,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5045 Open Sun 2 - 2.30pm Marewa Mather P 04 564 0005 M 021 159 4972

Selling Below C.V With 8% Yield Potential! These investors want to cash up & sell this low maintenance, 2 bedroom unit in Parkway. Its nicely presented & ready to downsize into or keep as an investment & be rewarded with a potential yield of 8%! For Sale $155,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5028 Open Sun 2 - 2.30pm Lisa Gough P 04 564 0006 M 027 668 6477

Calling All 1st Home Buyers Or Investors 3 bdrms, garage & wood-burner. Fully fenced, handy to shops/school´s & transport. Great flow from lounge onto front deck & selling below C.V! A home that ticks this many boxes won´t last long! For Sale $209,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5042 Open Sun 1.15-1.45pm Lisa Gough P 04 564 0006 M 027 668 6477

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Out & About

Wednesday May 8, 2013

Munny Groenewgen with her stall at the market.

Jinny Bell at her craft station with Ngaire Lambourn.

Mother and son team Vanessa Morris and Adrian Hume.

Mothers Market celebrates Mums By Rhiannon McConnell The Mother’s Market was a success on Saturday despite the stunning weather which threatened to keep people outside. Market coordinator Deborah McIvor says it was a bit quieter than usual because of the nice weather. “We had a good steady flow of people.”

She says it was great to have all the local crafters together. “We have got a lot of talented people in Wainuiomata.” The next planned event is a club expo in June. Deborah says it will be a chance for people to see all the clubs on offer in Wainuiomata. Tabatha Slack says they had a good “There are a lot of clubs people number of people coming through don’t know about.” the market.

Local musician Ritchie Waitai provided entertainment on the day.

Summer and Angel Allanson (6) loved their treats from Dreamy Cupcakes.

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What is your favourite food? Anything cooked by my husband. What makes you smile? A really funny British comedy I am enjoying, Mrs Browns Boys at the moment.

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Being let down by people not turning up to an appointment.

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Secretary for the Wainuiomata Commnuity Market, JP, and Marriage and Civil Union Celebrant AU.

Your favoured holiday destination? I would like to visit Coningsby Moor in Lincolnshire where my great-grandfather lived before he came out to New Zealand. What’s your favourite music? Mainly classis, Bach, Beethoven, Elvis Presley of course, and Enya. What is the one thing Wainuiomata News readers would be surprised to know about you? My life is an open book and I read at least seven to 10 books every week, plus magazines and newspapers and books about patchwork and science fiction

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Who would you invite to dinner? The Dalai Lama and Mahatma Ghandi and Sir Leslie Munro and Sir Edmund Hillary. What’s next on your wish list? I’m going up to Taupo in July for the Quilting Symposium with a group of friends. A saying you like to live by? Love one another.

Prizes given to drawing competition winners By Rhiannon McConnell Three Wainuiomata children have won prizes as part of the holiday activities run by Porse In-Home Childcare in the Wainuiomata Mall. Porse consultant Halina Black says they were very impressed with the amount and quality of entries they had in the drawing competition. “They made us smile, they always do.” There were two categories zero

to five and five to 10. There was also a balance bike draw prize. Early childhood teachers chose the winning entries. Angel McMillan, 6, won the five-10 age group prize. She was very excited with the craft kit. Mani-Pearl Williams-Bhana,2, won the balance bike draw prize and Xanda Eltringham,3, won the zero to five age group craft kit prize. Porse run events in the Wainuio-

mata Mall each school holidays. Mall manager David says it is great having Porse run events. “They make my job so much easier.” These holidays they had a bouncing castle and drawing. RIGHT: Mani-Pearl Williams-Bhana (2) Angel McMillan (6) and Xanda Eltringham (3) are the prize winners for the Porse Drawing Competition.

Letter to the editor

Need for a retirement Dear Ed, I have been reading the Wainuiomata News dated the 1st of May and came across the article about “Submissions Need now for Retirement Village”. It basically says that the Majority of submissions received have been against this development because of a Cricket Pitch rarely used and when it is used it’s on a Sunday. Well as a 3rd generation Wainuiomata citizen who has never said anything to do with Wainuiomata and its running and I am certainly not a Ray Wallace or John Terris I feel as though now is the time!. Myself and my Wife both have parents who are retired and semi-retired and both sets reside in Wainuiomata, there will be a day when we have no choice but to look at putting them into a retirement home. I myself remember having to visit my Grandfather (former Treasurer of the Wainuiomata Senior Citizens Club) in a Retirement home in Lower Hutt and then Porirua all because Wainuiomata did not and still has not got a Retirement Village, I remember my mother’s frustrations having to travel such a long distance to visit. I think the people who are saying no, are obviously not family orientated or own a property that may back onto the area concerned or they have not been around long enough in Wainui to even

put there two cents worth in. It’s not hard to find somewhere else to play, considering I have walked past that field on numerous occasions and have never seen anybody there. What about Richard Prouse Park or across the creek or approaching one of the schools or the old school grounds or the Cricket club itself? The spot is perfect for our oldies they are close to Public transport the Supermarket and Health Care providers. People also need to understand a bit more about the history of Wainui before they open their mouths, do they even know about the baby boom and that Wainui has an ageing community and that the majority of housing is old, cold and large and our Parents and Grand Parents cannot cope with the Maintenance and up keep on them. Also they should think most of the ageing people they are prepared to kick out of Wainuiomata are the people who added benefits to the community in helping with the things we have today like the Swimming pool, bowling club and other clubs and our Parks? We have all used! In Summary older people have been here longer than us! I have been here 43 years and firmly believe it’s their hometown too! They helped paving Wainui to be what it is today and did the hard yards for us, they want to stay here with their families and friends and the

shopkeepers who often know their names and remember their children growing up. Who are you to decide they need to go over the hill to have a little village and a bit of care! They get a bad enough deal tolerating a modern society with lower than ever incomes high prices for food and travel and poor council services that have degenerated since the councils so called merger with Lower Hutt. That’s another story in itself just ask my father in-law who was on Wainuiomata’s county council, I hear about it a lot! Whoever has the money and compassion to consider such a great idea for our oldies good on ya mate! If you support keeping your older family members at home in Wainuiomata by means of a Retirement Village then please make your submission count… Do it today! Submit to: Bruce Hogkins, Hutt City Council, Private Bag 31-912, Lower Hutt Your Thankfully J James

TUMN AUFESTIVAL 11 May 2013 - 10am to 2pm at the Coast Road Church All proceeds to restoration of Coast Road Church Come along and support this good cause and get some

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Sausage Sizzle - Raffle Wheel - Produce - Handcraft - Bric-a-brac Tea/Coffee/Food Served Orders taken for Outdoor Furniture Little Theatre selling tickets to Grease

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NOTE: Church will be open during Festival so if you haven’t seen restored interior now is your chance to come along. Wet Weather Venue will be Wainuiomata Primary School Hall

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WHATS ON...

NEW FEATURES Here at Wainuomata News, we want to share your special moments. From now on we’ll be showcasing your precious new arrivals (births) and engagement announcements. Send in your new baby pics to wainui@wsn. co.nz Send engagement pics and proposal information to news@wsn.co.nz

Y-Well Youth Week

Tuesday May 7- Saturday May 11. A whole week of events including dance, creative art, ki o rahi, pool and table tennis, as well as the “Sing Like a Legend” karaoke competition with refreshments and prizes. Wainuiomata Community Hall, Queen Street, Wainuiomata FREE

Autumn Festival

THE WAINUIOMATA COAST ROAD CHURCH: An AUTUMN FESTIVAL will be held at the Coast Road Church on Saturday 11 May 10-2pm. This is a fund raiser for the Church and applications from stall holders are welcomed. Contact Joyce on lockshiel@xtra.co.nz or Christine on 564 8016

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Horticultural Hall, Laings Road Lower Hutt. Sat 25 May 9am - 5pm Sun 26 May 9am - 4pm Bring along your rocks and fossils and have them identified by club enthusiasts View displays of Crystals, Gemstones, Fossils, Jewellery and Workshop Equipment Talk to GNS Science and Victoria University Geology experts Traders, books and more... Cost Children $2, Adults $5, Family $10.

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Wednesday May 8, 2013

Wainuiomata sport

‘Geriatrics’ beat younger team in fire competition By Rhiannon McConnell It was a case of experience beats youth at the Rural Fire Competition on Saturday with the older Wainuiomata team winning over the new team. Controller of the Wainuiomata bush fire force Gavin Wallace says The Geriatrics won the day despite being the oldest team there. “I think with age comes cunning.” The competition involved teams of four Wellington and Wainuiomata and was held at Rural Fire Head Quaters on Saturday afternoon. “It was a fun afternoon.” It was the first one held at the new rural fire depot. “We have enough ground out there to

run the competition.” “It worked out well.” Teams had to carry forestry fire gear and set it up in the water and knock down targets using it. Older team bet the new team. Gavin says these competitions have been running for decades but it has been a while since Wainuiomata has had one. “It’s awhile since we have had competitions so I am trying to restart it.” They ended the day with a family BBQ. Gavin says they want to run the competitions more often. “We hope to repeat it at the start of the next fire season.” Nigel Adams and Glen Thomson were part of the winning team, Geriatics.

High hopes for football club Wainui Golf Club fails to qualify By Liam Hyslop Wainuiomata Football club are counting on a strong home crowd to overcome the stiff test they face against Western Suburbs in the Chatham Cup this Saturday. Wests are currently third in the Central League, a division above Wainuiomata, and are yet to lose a game through five rounds. Wainuiomata coach Scotty Murphy says they will definitely go into the tie as underdogs. “They [Wests] will be really well organised and disciplined. “They are not third in the Central League for nothing but we will give it a good go. “Hopefully we will have a big crowd and you don’t know what might happen then.” After a slow start to the season Wainuiomata have won two of their last three games, beating Capital Premier table toppers Stop Out 2-nil in their last home game three weeks ago. They did, however, suffer a 4-nil defeat away to WatersideKarori on the weekend.

It is also worth considering Wainuiomata’s record in the Chatham Cup. In previous years they have not taken the Chatham Cup very seriously which can be seen by the fact that they were beaten 1-nil by Rongotai College in 2010. They have also not won more than one game in the knock-out competition since 1996 and have not beaten a team in a higher grade than them since 1990, when they progressed all the way to the quarter finals. But this year it seems that a greater emphasis has been placed on doing well in the timehonoured competition, sparked by Murphy who knows what a good Chatham Cup run can do for a club, having been involved with the Three Kings United team who were beaten finalists in 2009. The team will play the first round of the Chatham cut against Western Suberbs at Richard Prouse Park at 2 oclock on Saturday.

By Liam Hyslop Three-time Waikanae Cup champions, threetime playoff failures. That is the unfortunate story for the Wainuiomata Golf Club as they again failed to qualify for the top division of Wellington inter-club golf. They went down 9 ½

points to 5 ½ on Saturday against Manor Park Golf Club and will again play in the second division Waikanae Cup next season. Club Captain Johnny Shu says it was a difference in experience which was the deciding factor. “We need a few more players with lower single-

figure handicaps because at the moment we have guys up to nine handicaps.” Shu says playing off the stick against teams in these playoffs with players all around two handicaps is a real challenge. But it could have been a different story for the

club as two of the singles and two of the foursome games were lost on the last hole. Had those games been won then the tie may have gone the other way but sadly it was not to be and Wainuiomata are left to rue another missed opportunity.

Loss against Karori It was a hard Saturday for the Wainuiomata AFC mens football team when they lost against Karori . The Wainuiomata AFC mens 1st team lost 4-0. Club representative Joshua Smith says they had high hopes for the game. "We had just come off the back of two great wins and had high hopes of another positive result." He says they game did not start well and they

were down 2-0 after 10 mins. "We were under alot of pressure and was 3-0 before halftime time." He says Karori scored pretty quickly in the 2nd half and it was impossible to come back after that. "It was a bad day at the office but have every belief the players will bounce back this week in the Chatham cup."

Phil Pennell was part of the team that played Karori on Saturday

The Depot Under-13 Soccer played winning game The Wainuiomata Under 13 soccer team won against Petone at Bryan Heath Park, Wainuiomata on Saturday.

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Holiday programme gets kids active By Liam Hyslop More than 30 children enjoyed four days of football at the Wainuiomata Football Club holiday programme last week. Kids aged from 7-14 participated in a week of football related activities and games from 9am-12pm from Tuesday till Friday. Jorja Watt, 10, and Elesha Smith, who both play football on a Saturday, say they had a lot of fun during the week. “Cowboys and indians was the funnest game cause you had to jump the balls that were kicked at you,” Jorja says. “It has helped give me more skills for my game,” Elesha says. Johan Fu, 11, and Mason Ward, 10, say the week also helped them develop their football skills. “We had some zone targeting practise,” Mason says. “It was good for improving my accuracy,” Johan says. Programme co-ordinator and Wainuiomata Football first-team coach Scotty Murphy says the week

was about getting kids active and involved with football. “We started this in December and this is the third one we have done. “It has been real successful and all of the kids love it. “All of this is in line with the Whole of Football plan from New Zealand Football.” The plan Murphy talks about is the new direction New Zealand Football has been taking for the past few years at the grass roots level. The plan is designed to give national support at the grassroots level and includes these holiday programmes to provide more opportunities for children to play football in their community and as a way of retaining and developing talent in football. Murphy says they plan to run the programme again next school holidays. The cost for the week was $40 for the first child in a family and for each subsequent child the price halved, so three children in the same The Wainuiomata Football Club holiday programme participants and coaches. INSET: Ilai Daymond takes a family would cost $70. shot at goal. PHOTO CREDIT: Liam Hyslop

ANZ Netball Pack Winner announced Winning the ANZ Netball Pack had Wainuiomata student Soonalote Lameko (pictured above) jumping up and down with excitement. The 14-year-old Sacred Heart student says she screamed when she found out she won. “I am feeling so excited and so proud because I never win anything.” Soonalote is planning on

starting netball next term now she has the new kit. “Since I got this I want to show it off to my friends.” She loves netball and the Pulse. “I am a big fan! I have always supported the Pulse even when the score is way off but I just love to support my hometown.” Soonalote was randomly picked from all the Wainuiomata entrants.

Winning day for Wainui League The Wainuimata League teams played at Te Whiti Park on Saturday. Both the reserve and premiere team won. BELOW: Wetene Morocco catches his opposite number.

Wainuiomata Prem 24 v 22 Te Aroha. Wainuiomata Reserves 34 v 10 Te Aroha. Photographer Daryl New was there. BELOW: Slade Taingahue puts in a determined effort to fend off tackler.

Dave Robson on stage two of the new Freewheel mountain bike trail.

New trail for Wainuiomata mountain bike riders

Walter Taingahue just gets caught.

By Rhiannon McConnell Wainuiomata mountain bikers now have a new trail to ride in preparation for the upcoming Six Hour Wurldz later this month. Stage two of the Freewheel trail has been opened after a working bee to finish it. Stage three is planned for completion in the next six months. Wainuiomata Trail Project president Martin Gribble says the new trail will attract more riders to Wainuiomata. “It’s becoming more and more of a destination for people to come and ride there.” “It’s a very nice place to ride.” The upcoming Six Hour Wurldz ride will be held in Wainuiomata on May 19 and will attract local riders and those from further away. Martin says last year they had over 200 riders and they hope to match that this

year. “We have the whole spectrum of riders from energizer bunnies to people who have never been on a bike.” Only 100 riders can be on the course at a time and there is an option of solo or teams. “There are quite a few people coming through.” His favourate moment last year was when a team had someone drop out so an apprentice had to jump in at the last minute. Martin says they have had great weather over the last few years and they hope to have the same this year. The ride helps fund the work the Wainuiomata Trail Project does. The Freewheel trail will not be used in the ride but will be great training leading up to it. The trail adds a bigger loop to the current ride and when stage three is completed it will come back to the summit.


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