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By Rhiannon McConnell With only weeks to go until Grease hits the stage, tickets are selling out fast. The Wainuiomata Little Theatre director Barry Paterson says they have been blown away by the public response to the show. “I have been amazed. “I think it’s because the show is really well known.” The cast had their first dress rehearsal on Sunday. “We have prepared well so it’s starting to look okay.” Continued page 2


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Tickets selling fast for Grease Continued from page 1 Barry says they are excited about the show but also looking forward to having a rest. “I just didn’t realise how much work was involved.” He says the cast have been working hard and getting along well. “Everybody is pulling in the right direction.” It is the first time in six years the Wainuiomata Little Theatre is putting on a full show in their new home at the old Wainuio-

mata High School. They hope to attract more people to the theatre through the show. The club has over fifty people involved in the production. The main characters of Sandy and Danny are played by Holly Anglesey and Rob Arnold. Grease will have ten shows running from July 17 this year. Tickets cost $10 for an adult and $5 for a child. Tickets are available from Clive’s Chemist.

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Two Wainui schools part of KidsCan Two Wainuiomata Schools will join the KidsCan programmes, thanks to a new partnership with Meridian. Konini Primary School and Arakura School are among 62 low-decile schools that have been waiting for assistance from the KidsCan programmes. CEO and founder of KidsCan Julie Chapman says with the help of Meridian they will offer

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Funds granted for field

By Rhiannon McConnell The long battle for funding for William Jones Park was won last week when the Hutt City Council agreed to put $40,000 into fixing drainage problems on the field. Ex Rugby Club president John Morrissey has been fighting for funding for four years. “They have never ever fixed it up. They have been putting bandaids on. “Bandaids dont last after a while.” The club offered to put up $20,000 but they now suspect it will cost less to fix. “It gives us a chance for the club to go forward and not just stagnate.” The main problem reported was the ground was saturated with water and would not drain through the current soil. The club only gets one game a week, if they are lucky, because the grounds turn to mud. “We cant even get the main game let alone the others.” He says kids miss out on playing. “We are having to take the games off here for two weeks to play a premiere game.” Morrissey hopes the new drainage will help take the club back to its glory days and allow for three games on a Saturday. “Ten years ago people use to love coming and playing on this field.”


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John Morrissey and Campbell Barry have worked hard to recieve the funding for William Jones Park.

Morrissey says transfering games away from the field is costing the club one to three thousand dollars every game. “They just don’t come back here and utilise our clubrooms and thats real bad.” He says kids are playing for Hutt teams instead of Wainuiomata teams because of the condition of the field. “We want good grounds for them to play on.” The funding was granted after a submission to the council’s draft annual plan. Wainuiomata Community Board member Campbell

Barry says they only decided to do it three days before the cut off date. “To have your ground as just a mudpit is just a big issue.” Barry grew up around rugby and says its important to him that the grounds are fixed. “Its been in my life since I was four.” He says it is impossible to have a good game on it in the present state. “You can’t play free flowing rugby because you are just stuck.” He says teams will be happy to have ground they can run on.

The origanl estimate to fix the grounds was 60-89 thousand dollars but the new estimate is around $40,000. John Morrissey has even bigger plans for the club. He says they want to lift the clubrooms and put changing rooms underneath. The current plan is to have the drainage work done around December or January when the weather is better. Morrissey says they are very appreciative for the funding. “We are very happy the council has come to the party.”

Cupcakes raise money By Rhiannon McConnell Wainuiomata residents rasied double what was expected in a cupcake judging contest run by the Warehouse last Thursday. The public paid one dollar to taste and judge a cupcake in the fundraiser for Wellington Hospital Children’s ward. Service Team Leader Paige Beattie says their expecations were blown away. They expected to raise $100 but the community

gave $336.90 towards the fundrasior. “We had an awesome amount of support from the community.” Seventeen batches of cupcakes were baked by the Warehouse team. “We have had excellent support from the team.” The event was part of a fundraising effort by the Warehouse to raise $7500 for Wellington Hospital Children’s ward by the end of July. “We just wanted to see if we could get the com-

munity to come in and help us.” They are also running a guess the number of Jellybeans in the Jar contest, a dance off and a sausage sizzle. “It’s something fun for them to do.” The winner of the best looking was the vanilla cupcakes with meringue icing decorated like a clown. The winner of best tasting was the small red velvet cupcakes.

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Feedback to the Wellington supercity proposal highlights concerns often centred on the loss of local democracy and restricted public access to decision makers. Hutt City Council Chief Executive Tony Stallinger says the main financial concerns they can see are region wide rate increases are forecast to be 15 per cent higher than in the Hutt and region wide net debt is forecast to soar over $1,000 million. “It would be unfair for Hutt City ratepayers to foot the bill for the spending plans in other areas of the city. This could happen if a supercity is implemented in Wellington.”

Hutt Residents’ voices ignored The voice of Lower Hutt residents has been ignored by Greater Wellington Regional Council, says Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace. “A large majority of our people do not want a super city and our current surveys are reinforcing that view.” The Greater Wellington Council opted to support a two-tier Supercity model last Tuesday. The Mayor says the proposed model has already been rejected by the councils and their communities in Masterton, Carterton, South Wairarapa, Kapiti, Upper Hutt and Hutt City. He says the Hutt City’s decision will be based on the views of the people. “We will continue to fight to ensure the voice of Lower Hutt is heard in this discussion on local government reform,” says Mayor Wallace.

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Burning Embers release first EP By Rhiannon McConnell Wainuiomata rock band Burning Embers is set to release their first EP in the six years the band has existed. Lead singer Robert Morgon says they have been prolonging the release because they wanted it to be perfect. “We felt it was time we could put this together.” Robert says he has written around 550 songs in his time. The five songs they have chosen for their EP ‘Sea of Flames’ have meaning behind them. “The songs are about the journeys I’ve had. The highs and lows and tribulations.” The band has had 24

members in its time but its current members are guitar and back-up vocals Keepa Kempton, lead Guitar Jay Russell, drummer Mason Warren, bass player Joe Standeven and lead singer Robert Morgon. Keepa Kempton has recently started radio station Ifinity in Wainuiomata and says they will be using the station to promote the band. He says the band has been working hard in the months leading up to the release. “We have been fundraising and selling sausages for the EP.” Robert Morgon says they are planning a trip to Australia and then Europe. “Our fan base is in Amer-

ica and Europe.” He says New Zealanders are harder to get into rock music. “Rock doesn’t really go off here.” The band already have a music video released called Open Road. Robert says they are going to endorse and promote the EP by being out in the street and letting people know. “We are going to be as proactive as possible.” The EP Sea of Flames will have a release party this Saturday June 22, 7pm at Wellington Water Ski Club, 1 Esplanade, Petone. Tickets are $30 pre-sale or $35 at the door.

Burning Embers band members Keepa Kempton, Robert Morgon and Jay Russell.

Then and Now - Village Shops The Homedale Village Shops were once the centre for shopping in Wainuiomata. The old creamery (seen on the left of the 1943 picture) is still incorporated into the Wonderland building today. After the war the Village Shops developed more and even had a jewellery store at one stage. In 1959 an article in the local paper celebrated new shops opening and was hopeful footpaths would be put in as a result. Photo with permission of the Historical Society.

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Find out the word on the street in Wainuiomata Question: What kind of stores would you like to see in Wainuiomata?

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Dear Ed, I was very sad to hear that our Sergeant Tania is leaving us. She has been such a wonderful help in the community. However I am happy to hear she will be moving into

Dear Ed, My heart breaks every time I hear about how many children are in foster care in New Zealand. It was wonderful to hear of a woman doing something about it in last weeks paper. I hope people were encouraged

such a good new job. I really hope she comes back sometime. Whoever takes the role will have some big shoes to fill. Thank you Tania for all you have done for our community. Thankful Resident

June garden club winners The Garden Club has had their June meeting. The speaker for this month was Clive Cannons, Wainuiomata’s very popular local Chemist. He gave a very interesting account of his profession and explained just how the pills we take work in our body. Results for this month competitions: Fruit: 1st Barbara Boardman - Rhubarb

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Dear Ed, It is very exciting that we will soon have an art space at the Wainuiomata Marae. To have a space and resources available to do art and and then present it back to the communiuty is a great outlet for so many people. Star Olsen is right when he says

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53 Frederick Street

80 Hyde Street

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108 Crowther Road

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100 Wellington Road

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43 Poole Crescent

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Lovely First Home Colonial cottage style home offering 3 bdrms, gas heating, hot water & heatpump. New carpet throughout & new coat of paint. Has an alarm system & exterior lighting for peace of mind for your families security. Call now. For Sale $245,000 View Open Sun 12.45-1.15pm David & Renee P 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

Owner Is Moving To The Country! Here’s your opportunity to live in a spacious family home close to schools, parks & public transport. Situated in a popular location, 4 bdrms, study nook & office. Easy to maintain & fully fenced. This home is a real gem! For Sale $399,000 View Open Sun 12 - 12.30pm David & Renee P 027 445 8944 M 027 355 4501

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Spruced with fresh new colour & new carpet. Great outdoor space & fully fenced. Open plan, original tidy kitchen with a large pantry. Single garage, carport & garden shed. All in a popular location, what more could you ask for. Call now to view! For Sale $229,000 View Open Sun 12 - 12.30pm David & Renee P 027 4458 944 M 027 355 4501

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MINUTES WITH: Anita Prime Owner of Prime Music Academy

Your favoured holiday destination? Paris

What’s your favourite music? Black Gospel, R&B

What is one thing Wainuiomata News readers would be surprised to know about you? I was the first Kiwi to sing on Canada National TV since Split Ends (20 years)


Who would you invite to dinner? Queen Latifa

What’s next on your wish list? To sing a duet with Beyonce

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Stage Challenge Success It was a successful Stage Challenge for Wainuiomata High School. They took out Excellence in Performance Skill and Excellence in Soundtrack. It was the first year the perfor-

mance was fully student run. The team performed ‘A Journey of a Dancer’, about a dancer who is taken through the history of dance by her Fairy Godmother. Photos: Peter McDonald.

Rachel Gordon played the lead role of the ‘dancer’ in Wainuiomata High School’s Stage Challenge performance.

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Waiu Park Restoration Project A Rocha Wellington holds a monthly working bee helping to restore the wetland at Waiu Park, Wainuiomata, planting, weeding and releasing trees already planted. We meet again Saturday, 22nd June from 10am till 12.30pm. Bring along gumboots, gloves and cutting tools (if you have them). Some tools and gloves provided. All are very welcome. Morning tea provided. Email wellington@, or call 566 0993 for more information.


Open Day at Wainuiomata Coast Road Church In response to repeated requests, there will be an Open Day at the historic Wainuiomata Coast Road Church on Sunday 23 June from 1-3pm. There will be a talk on the restoration to date, and at 1.30pm, weather permitting, a graveyard tour will be taken by Vicky Alexander. An opportunity to see the interior of this beautiful old building, and to learn more about the “inhabitants” of the churchyard. All Welcome. Entry by gold coin donation.




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How many words of three or more letters, including plurals, can you make from the six letters, using each letter only once? No foreign words or words beginning with a capital are allowed. There's at least one six-letter word. TODAY Good 20 Very Good 24 Excellent 29 Solution 213: aeon, anew, ape, awe, awn, eon, nap, nape, neap, new, nope, now, one, open, owe, own, pan, pane, paw, pawn, pea, pean, pen, peon, pew, pone, wan, wane, wean, WEAPON, wen, woe, won.





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Community Frienship Group Community Friendship Group Meet at Holy Trinity Church Friday 28th June 10am Gold coin donation All welcome

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BMX riders train for World Champs Liam Hyslop Around 20 BMX riders braved the wintery blast on Sunday for a chance to train for next month’s World Championships at the Wainuiomata BMX track. Riders from Wainuiomata, Upper Hutt, Kapiti and Hawkes Bay were put through their paces by Dave Kidd, a BM coach from Kapiti. It was the second day of a two day training camp, with Kapiti hosting the first day on Saturday. Kidd says the weekend was a good chance to develop the mental focus, especially of the juniors, that will be required when they enter

the World Championship environment. “For many of them they would never have competed against other countries at an event like this so we need to prepare them for what to expect. “We are also looking at developing some of their technique as well.” Hunter Grindlay, who will compete in the 11-12-yearold cruiser division at the Worlds, was covered in mud by the end of the day but says it was a good, hard training despite the weather. The Wainuiomata BMX Club will have 18 competitors at the Worlds, spread across both junior and senior

levels and a number of different classes. Club president Jamie Hargraves says club memberships had averaged out over the last few years, following the boom that came after BMX debuted at the Olympics in 2008. He says the club is still in a very good place and the track held up well in the wet conditions. The Wainuiomata riders will take on the world at the BMX World Championships starting on July 24. It will be held at Vector Arena in Auckland, meaning there will be no repeat of the conditions like those on Sunday.

Wainuiomata riders Glenn Grindly, Hayden Wallis, Tony Pattison and Ross Bailey.


The Under-11 Women’s soccer team played Petone at Prouse Park on Saturday. Waniui won 9-3 in frosty conditions. The Capital 12 soccer team played Karori on Saturday, and won 6-2. RIGHT: Jordan Carr scores the second of three goals (Capital 12 game). MIDDLE RIGHT: “You put your left leg in and your right leg out...” Shaun Dunlop doing a spot of dancing in the Capital 12 game. He also potted three goals. FAR RIGHT: Claudia Harrison prepares to tackle a Petone attacker in the Women’s Under-11 game.

Rugby The Wainuiomata colts grade played Tawa at Mary Crowther Park on Saturday. Wainui lost 14-45. Rovi ng photog rapher Daryl New was there. RIGHT: Jayden Kahlira gets a run from the Colts try line. FAR RIGHT: Halfback Andre Sukroo prepares to counter attack.

Wainui loses to Hutt Old Boys Marist By John Morrissey The game between Wainui and Hutt Old Boys Marist was the game of the Jubilee Cup round so far, after going down by eight points to Tawa last week to go down by four points to HOBM this week is very hard to take. Wainui may have taken a bit too long to get into stride but came back very well to trail by only three points at half time 10-7. The second half was as exciting as the first with HOBM getting

a bit of a jump on Wainui again only to see Wainui finishing real fast at the end to come within a try of winning the game. Full Time 23-19. Some bad handling on attack and some decisions by officials which could have gone either way cost Wainui the game in the end. Jason Love in his 100 premier game for Wainui tried very hard as did all of the Wainui team. To name a few: Shahn Eru, Genisis Mamea, Justin Va’a, Marvin Karawana, Frae Wilson.

BELOW: Jordan Regler gets his man.

Wednesday June 19, 2013



Four hundred Butts Busted

Families also participated in the Butt Busta. Karen Taingahue the Bog Hole, doing the river stretch of the course. By Rhiannon McConnell The weather did not stop just under 400 competitiors competing in the Butt Busta event on Sunday at the Brookfield Scout Camp. Event organiser Mike Raynes says the rain made it much easier to make the mud. “The weather makes it so much more interesting.” The offbeat event is in its fourth year and bigger than ever. “It’s been growing at a steady pace,” Mike says. Contestants faced 23 different obstacles including solid walls, tyre walls, crawl spaces and a fifty foot mud pit. “Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.” There was the option of four, eight or 12kms. The Butt Busta was a fun event and there were People of all ages had fun tackling the Hiria Davies doing the river stretch. Hemi Rangi exiting the Bog Hole. no winners or losers. Butt Busta challenge.

Positive turn for Sportsville Target Shooting By Rhiannon McConnell The future of sports in Wainuiomata is taking a positive step forward with the release of the Wainuiomata Sportsvilles draft strategic plan. Chairperson of the Wainuiomata Sportsville Board Rawiri Evans says this is the first major step towards action. “We have been getting our feet under the table and getting organised. “It’s actually looking at what we need for our community.”


He says that the strategy is “a massive step in the right direction for our sports and recreation groups in the valley, providing a vision, and drive to achieve some amazing results.” The draft plan comes after much consultation. “The community has heavily bought into this process, putting in their own thoughts and ideas about what they want to see,” says Rawiri. Rawiri says they are hopeful it will lead to positive changes in the sports sector. Wainuiomata Sportsville

The Under-17 team drew 10-10 with Porirua at Wise Park on Sunday. Below, Murphy Albright tries to turn in the tackle to get over the try line, to no avail. Held

was founded in 2002. It is made up of seven founding clubs in Wainuiomata; Football, Rugby, League, Softball, Bowls, Croquet and Cricket. It aims to help with financial sustainability, membership growth and assist in attracting new members. The strategic plan will give Wainuiomata Sportsville direction for the next three years. There is now the opportunity for public comment before adoption at the next AGM in September.

Club Championship scores for Monday 10 June Dave Braniff Susan Sharp Kevin Small Ross Mason Cecily Archer Paige Wright Bruce McQueen Dianne Belworthy Victoria Ford Michelle Page Anita Johnston Samantha Joseph

98.5 98.3 97.6 97.5 97.4 97.3 97.2 96.4 96.2 92.2 91.2 90.2

Send us an email at wainuinews@ with any results and pictures of sporting events.

Hockey girls moving up The Wainuiomata High School girls hockey team has made it to the next grade.

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