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Wainuiomata High Schools Head Students got to meet John Key last week, while the PM was in the Hutt Valley on Thursday. The students were invited to a meet and greet at Boulcott Farm Golf Course by Chris Bishop who invited student leaders from every school in the Hutt Valley. All four of the Head Students say that he is really easy to talk to. Continued on page 2 MEET AND GREET: Jade Humphrey, MP Chris Bishop, Prime Minister John Key, Olivia Edginton, Richmond Grace and Joey Owen at the Meet and Greet Chris Bishop organised for the Head Students in the region.

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Continued from page 1 “It was like talking to Mr Isberg,” says Head Boy Richmond Grace “He asked us what we are going to do next year,” says Deputy Head Girl Olivia Edginton. “It was really like talking to a normal adult,” says Deputy Head Boy Joey Owen. Head Girl Jade Humphrey got to talk to the Prime Minister for an extended amount of time. “We talked about cricket mainly, and what I want to be doing next year,” Jade says. “He was really easy to have a conversation with.” Chris Bishop was pleased with the turnout, with every school in the Hutt Valley except one turning up to the event. “When I was at school I really wanted to meet up with other students at other schools, so this is a great chance to connect with other schools,” he says. When John Key talked to the students he gave them a small background on how he came to be a Prime Minister, and how he grew up. “I didn’t grow up with a lot, my family struggled to keep the bills paid,” he says. He also took questions from the students who were all curious to hear what made a good leader.

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Planting at Waiu Park This Saturday A Rocha are doing some replanting at Waiu Park, and are looking for as much help as they can find. The group have been replanting and weeding the area for a few years now, transforming all the scrub into native bush. This happens this Saturday between 10am and 12pm, spades, gloves and morning tea is provided.  For more information about this please contact Penelope Trout on 5660993.

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Lovin Laughter On Friday June 19 top comedians Michele A’Court, Alice Brine, Rob Harris, Bas Jeffrey and more will team up to host a comedy event to benefit baby Mila Gardner. Mila needs to raise $100,000 to get a special surgery in America to alleviate the effects of her cerebral palsy moving forward. The event will take place at the Lower Hutt Little Theatre from 7:30-9:30pm. Tickets are available online.

Community Board Meeting Tonight the Wainuiomata Community Board will be holding another public Community Board Meeting. This is a chance for anyone that has an issue in the community to talk to the board about these. It is also a great chance for the public to hear about what projects are coming up in the valley within the next few months. The agenda for the meeting will be placed on the Hutt City Council website within the next few days so keep an eye out.

VISITING WAINUIOMATA: Chloe LeClaire, Eliana Carrera, Madison Dunn and Claudia Fragoso have travelled to the Hutt Valley thanks to the Sister City exchange By Aaron Meredith

Wainuiomata is playing host to some American Girls thanks to Hutt City’s sister city relationship with Tempe, Arizona. The four girls have come over on part of the exchange between the two cities, and all of them are enjoying the experience, even if they are slightly cold. Chloe LeClaire says that they left 42 degrees Celsius so are finding Wellington’s winter weather a bit cold. Eliana Carrera agreed with her fellow traveller saying the rain was the major difference. “We don’t get much rain back in Arizona, I like it, it makes it very green,” she says.

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Advice on saving power The Electricity and Gas Complaints Commissioner Scheme is a free and independent service for resolving complaints about electricity and gas companies. Experts from the Electricity and Gas Complaints Commissioner Scheme will be on hand help you read your power contract or bill, answer questions, and assist with complaints. This is taking place at the War Memorial Library in Lower Hutt on Thursday June 18 between 5pm and 7pm. Get on down if you have any questions or want to know how to effectively manage your power or gas bills.

READY TO SERVE: Hayden Wilby is excited about the new opportunities that him owning the bottle store will bring him and the Fitzroy.

Twenty-one prisoners in Rimutaka Prison are now qualified green thumbs, having earned National Certificates in Horticulture. The Levels one to three course was delivered by three of the prison’s qualified workplace training assessors. The course was a mix of classroom-based learning and hands-on experience in the prison nursery. As part of the course, nine prisoners also received their Growsafe Agricultural Chemical certificate, a nationally-recognised certificate for the safe use of agricultural chemicals. Prison Manager Chris Burns said the men had developed skills that would assist with employment opportunities or further training. “The course is a recognised step in the door for employment. As well as

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The opening of the new Bottle O store is just another feather in the cap of Fitzroy Tavern owner Hayden Wilby. Hayden has just acquired the site where Super Liquor used to be and is excited about the new opportunity. “I am looking forward to turning the page on a new chapter for the Fitzroy,” says Hayden. “It makes sense having that as well, it means the whole site is together now.” Hayden is envisioning that the whole Fitzroy area will become a sort of community hub, where people can come and have a good time. “We have a really good bunch of locals, the Riddiford Lions meet here, our cater-

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gaining a qualification the prisoners have also picked up some core skills that are valuable in life. “It has also been an opportunity for the prisoners to improve their literacy, numeracy and science. In particular, prisoners have to understand botany, photosynthesis, osmosis, plant cellular structure and learn the Latin names of plants,” he said. Reducing re-offending is Corrections’ top priority and by helping prisoners to earn skills and qualifications, it could help them gain employment on release. Research shows that getting a sustainable job can reduce the likelihood of re-offending and help create safer communities. Rimutaka Prison’s nursery not only operates as a training workshop, it also grows plants for use around the site and for prison and community work parties to plant in the community. Rimutaka Prison also has five workshops where trade and technical training is delivered in building and carpentry, painting and decorating, plastering, small motors and mechanical engineering, and brick and F QU REE OT ES

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Fitzroy help out Community Patrol By Aaron Meredith

Students gain from Ignite Sport’s news A funding boost of $15,000 to Ignite Sport Trust will see up to 200 Wainuiomata students attend leadership and life-skills programmes during the next year. The government funding was announced by National List MP in the Hutt Valley Chris Bishop yesterday during a visit with Prime Minister John Key to the charity youth development organization. They spent more than an hour talking to staff and learning about Ignite Sport’s programs that use sport to engage and motivate young people to fulfil their potential. Ignite Sport Coordinator Kevin

Goldsbury was thrilled to have the funding confirmed. “This means we will be able to continue our programmes at Wainuiomata Intermediate but also begin a senior leadership program at Wainuiomata High School,” says Kevin He had already spoken to the principals at both schools and says they are very excited. “More importantly we will be able to help students at both these schools develop critical life and leadership skills, through sport, and alongside the normal curriculum,” says Kevin. The grant to the Lower-Hutt based organization of $15,000 of

‘services for young people’ funding comes through the Ministry of Youth Development. Ignite Sport began working in Wainuiomata Intermediate mid2014 with a group of 30 students. Programs have followed each term with a new group but were looking to wind up due to a lack of funding. “We are grateful for this help to continue with these students and to begin working with seniors at Wainuiomata High School. Our unique holistic approach has proven positive impacts on a young person’s education, leadership potential, personal and sporting life,” says Kevin

The Wainuiomata Community Patrol is getting some much needed sponsorship thanks to the team at the Fitzroy Tavern. The money is important so that the patrol can keep going around the valley, and they have been using many techniques to raise money. “We have donations totalling over $300 in our givealittle account, we are having moderate success with our Entertainment Book sales and really importantly The Fitzroy Tavern has joined our small band of business sponsors within the valley,” says Patrol member Paul Knox. “Hayden and Ruth actively support a number of sporting

and community organisations within Wainuiomata and we are pleased and proud that they have seen benefit in what the patrol tries to do and decided to help us out.” The Community Patrol has been in Wainuiomata for many years and is the eyes and ears for the police when they cannot be everywhere. The patrol keeps an eye out for any trouble happening around the valley and is crucial to keeping the crime rates low around Wainuiomata. “Anyone wanting to help out or join the patrol can contact us at wainuipatrol@gmail.com or via our facebook page, our twitter account (@wainuipatrol) or phone/text 0273953753,” says Paul.

HELPING HAND: Ruth Wilby handing the donated funds to Community Patrol Member Paul Knox

Afternoon tea for grave carers The committee of the Pioneer Church recently held an afternoon tea to thank the volunteers who care for the graves in our Churchyard. There a large number of graves of early pioneers who no longer have descendants to tend their graves and these have been "adopted" by members of our community. It is thanks to these Grave Carers and members of the Wainuiomata Gardeners' Club who look after the remainder of the

gardens that the Churchyard is so beautifully maintained and a credit to the community. At the event Hellen Valster who spends many hours cleaning and restoring the headstones gave a talk on her work and the methods and tools she uses to do so. Some major work is required on several of the very oldest headstones and the committee is presently sourcing funds to have this work done before our 150th Jubilee Celebrations in February 2016.

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Everybody cut loose, for Footloose By Aaron Meredith

The Wainuiomata Little Theatres production of Footloose begins tonight, and tickets are selling fast. The story is about a Chicago boy who moves to small town America, where it is illegal to dance, and then the story of how he changed it. Many famous songs have come out of this musical, which is based on the 1984 movie of the same name. Songs like Footloose, Holding Out for a Hero

and Let’s hear it for the Boy are well known to most people. The cast is filled with many locals and familiar faces, and they all play the parts well, and probably even more crucially perform the songs well. The set is great and is well complemented by the lighting, which gives the show a great feel. All round the show is well worth the money for those who are seeing it, and is two hours of good local entertainment, much like their other shows. Tickets can still be bought from Clives Chemist although they are selling quickly.

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A gatsby (Traditional take-away food from Cape Town in South Africa) A gatsby is alot like a big chip role with steak and egg or viennas as a filling.

Being the best I can be for myself and my family.

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Hutt City sets Long Term Plan 2015 - 2025

UPHILL BATTLE: Competitors compete in last year’s Wainuiomata Classic fun run.

Wainuiomata Harriers Classic For the 19th year, the Wainuiomata Harrier Club will be hosting its annual Wainuiomata Classic fun run. Held in your own backyard on Sunday June 28, there is no reason not to come and enjoy this fun event which is one of Wellington’s longest running fun runs. This year we are excited to announce the introduction of the College-Challenge race. This particular race, open to all college-age students in the greater Wellington region, will start at

Waiu Street park and run around the mountain bike tracks and incorporate some of the firebreaks between Wainuiomata and the Hutt Valley. So get your college team together and enter with your school sport co-ordinator to compete for the inaugural trophies. We will also be hosting the Wellington Mountain Running Championships as part of the longer events, so this is a fantastic opportunity to witness some of the region’s finest talent in mountain

running. You don’t need to belong to a running club to be able to run or walk in these events. Entries are open now.  A map, course and entry details can be found on our website www.sportsground.co.nz/wainuiomataaahc. Registrations will also be accepted on the day at Wainuiomata High School gymnasium between 8.30 – 9.45am. Phone Alan on 971 3001 for more details.

Hutt City Council decided the key projects of its Long Term Plan at a Community Plan Committee meeting on Thursday. This followed from the consideration of over 600 submissions from residents on the proposed Long Term Plan. The programme of work that received the greatest support in the provisional Long Term Plan is a boost to cycle and walkway network projects. One of these projects is the walk and cycle pathways connecting each side of Wainuiomata Hill, joining up with the pedestrian overbridge that is currently under construction. The upgrade of the Wainuiomata Hill will now include a new viewing platform, with $200,000 committed to the project. Council has also allocated funds for completion of a full cycleway loop on the valley floor and the building of the Eastern Bays shared pathway, however both of these projects remain subject to subsidy funding.

Science and technology projects have an additional $500,000 allocated. This area is a focus for Council, and also saw strong support from submitters to the proposed Long Term Plan. The announcement comes during Council’s first HUTT Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Manufacturing (STEMM) Festival. The proposed Regional Bowls Centre in Naenae has $2million in additional funding. This was one of the more debated projects in the Long Term Plan. The addition of a gymnasium to the Huia Pool upgrade was also debated, with the final decision to install a fitness centre rather than gym to alleviate concerns raised in submissions. The average rates increase for Hutt City residential ratepayers is set at 2.79 per cent – this is expected to be one of the lowest in the Wellington region and Council’s debt level is maintained below its annual income.


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Hockey Girls continue momentum By Aaron Meredith

The Wainuiomata Hockey Club have continued their amazing start to the season with yet another victory over the weekend. This week they defeated YWCA at Fraser Oark Turf by 3-0, in what the players are saying is the most complete team performance to date. YWCA also came into the game unbeaten, so it was the girls most challenging game

READY FOR ACTION: Members of the Wainuiomata Hockey Club ready for action in their match last week.

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First XV hold off Taita By Aaron Meredith

The Wainuiomata High School First XV had a win over the weekend, but only just, scoring a late try to win 20-17. Wainuiomata started off strong in front of a strong home crowd, scoring the opening two tries. The team was clearly fitter and faster than their Taita rivals, although with the visitors scoring a try bought the game back to 10-7. A penalty to Wainuiomata had the

score at 13-7, until Taita scored just before the break to make the score 14-13 to the visitors. The second half became a scrappy affair, with both teams struggling to hold on to the ball. Taita added a penalty to their total to make it 17-13, and from then on Wainuiomata started dominating. Second Five Jade Gillespie broke the line on several occasions and was trouble for the Taita defence throughout the second half. The team then broke the line again

and eventually scored a try, but this was controversially reversed when the Taita line judge ruled a forward pass after the ref had awarded the try. Wainuiomata did get the winning try at the end however, and rightly deserved to win the game as they dominated larger periods of the match. Next week the team is away at Heretaunga College against their First XV, a 1pm kickoff is scheduled.

Netball returns with a bang By Aaron Meredith

After a weekend off due to Queens Birthday, Wainuiomata’s local netballers returned to action again. The Regional Super League season got underway last Thursday at ASB Stadium in Kilbirnie. Ulalei took on the powerful PIC team, which was packed with talent including Central Pulse and Silver Ferns players. The Ulalei squad included several players from Wainuiomata High School, Atiria Semmens, Stephanie and Preslee Hoare, who all relished the chance to play against such a high calibre of players. Despite the heavy defeat, the Ulalei team put on a good show and impressed some of their idols including current Silver Fern Ameliaranne Wells. In regular season action Ulalei 1 lost their premier one match to Naenae Collegians United 54-37. Despite the loss the defensive unit put in an impressive effort with Summer Murray, Catherine MessengerWeepu and Uaea Apu’ula combining well to put immense pressure on the NNCU attack. NNCU’s defence was just as impressive as Ulalei’s however and the girls struggled to get the ball to the Ulalei shooters. Ulalei do avoid relegation thanks to a superior goal difference to the teams below them. In Premier 2, Ulalei had a victory over NNCU by 28-24. The girls managed a strong come from behind victory to beat the much fancied NNCU team. After a slow start, the team was down 10-3 after the first quarter, although they started to show their dominance, cutting the lead until taking it late in the game. The victory confirms the team will play in Premier Two in the second half of the season. Coach Toli Sagaga was extremely happy with the way the girls played. "This happy young team is growing more confident each week as they build on their skills and ability to play together as an effective unit,” she says. “Crucial to the win was a player of the match performance by Travistine Cook who displayed some amaz-

LINEOUT: Wainuiomata High School and Taita College players compete closely in a lineout.

Colts break through By Sven Johnson

Wainuiomata’s rugby colts finally had their first win of the season, beating Johnsonville to kick start their season. The game started with a minute silence before kickoff to pay respects for the passing of Jerry Collins. Johnsonville kicked off, which was followed by a display of dominance for a fired up Wainuiomata team. Wainuiomata scoring in the first 10 minutes of play to Caleb Nicholas, followed shortly with a second try to Jordan Leuluai, Wainuiomata going up 10 nil before Johnsonville scored a unconverted try. Wainuiomata scored a penalty try after a well

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