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inbrief news Bank notes in circulation Brand new $5 and $10 bank notes were released into circulation on Monday. Although the new notes feature the same famous faces, flora and fauna, they are much brighter than the previous notes. Head of Currency at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Brian Hayr, said approximately 345,000 of the new Series 7 banknotes have been dispatched to banks to meet their orders. “This compares with about 45,000,000 Series 6 $5 and $10 notes currently in circulation.” Mr Hayr said for this reason, the public might not get to see a new note for some weeks. “This is because the Reserve Bank distributes banknotes only when it receives orders from banks. Orders for replacement of $5 and $10 notes come in less frequently than other denominations as they tend to circulate much more between retailers and consumers.” Both Series 6 and the new Series 7 notes will circulate together, and both will be legal tender. This means the public can make payment with either the old or the new banknotes.

Basin Reserve Fire Firefighters were called to the scene of a scrub fire at the Basin Reserve on Sunday. Although the fire caused some disruption to traffic, no one was injured and there was no damage to any of the cricket stands. The cause of the fire is unknown.

Monique Ridout with some of the delights on offer at The Little Teapot.

Popular tea shop under new management By Nikki Papatsoumas

New Computer Service in CBD Geeks on Wheels has opened the doors to a brand new computer service centre in Wellington. The new store, Geeks on Wheels HQ, is on Vivian St. Matthew Carr-Gomm, chief executive of Geeks on Wheels says, “the new store is a much needed and welcome addition to the consumer’s technology experience in Wellington. “The store environment is warm, welcoming, and provides somewhere to get your computer repaired, grab a coffee and have a chat with a friendly expert.”

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After briefly closing down Kilbirnie cafe The Little Teapot has re-opened under new management. The cafe’s new owner Monique Ridout is no stranger to the business - she helped start up The Little Teapot more than a year ago with its previous owner. When the opportunity presented itself to purchase the tea shop Monique says she pounced. She says there is something uniquely special about The Little Teapot. “There aren’t many places like it in Wellington and there is nothing in Kilbirnie either, it’s something differ-

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ent for the area.” Anyone who comes in for a high tea is spoilt for choice with 13 teas on offer. Guests are then presented with a three tier stand of sweet and savoury food. Scones, cupcakes, cheesecakes, club sandwiches and quiches are just some of the delights guests can expect to sample. Espresso coffee is also available for those who want their dose of caffeine. However, The Little Teapot isn’t just for those who want to enjoy a high tea with friends. “I want it to be for everyone. People can come in for a cup of tea, something to eat and read the newspaper in the

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