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achievements throughout the year at last week’s sports awards. Awards were handed out to athletes in all sports, many of whom have represented Wellington and New Zealand. Sportsman of the year was given to Raymond Seumanu for his achievements in boxing, winning multiple national titles as well as the Australian Golden Gloves. He became one of the youngest winners of the award. The sportswomen of the year By Aaron Meredith award was awarded to Sieni Samau for her achievements in The world was left shocked a wide range of sports. after former All Black Jonah Sieni was also the top player in Lomu passed away last week. volleyball, girls rugby, was the Lomu died last Wednesday top scorer in football, was the at the age of 40. For much of best back in league, played for his life he had suffered from Wainuiomata in club rugby and chronic kidney failure. league, going on to represent Jonah was a legend of the Wellington in both sports. game and many considered him On top of that Sieni was also the first and only superstar of selected for the New Zealand rugby union. rugby league Kiwi Ferns side to Wainuiomata residents were play Australia next year By Aaron Meredith among those to mourn the The MC, Phillip Kauika who passing of Lomu – the winger Wainuiomata High School’s top played two games for Waiathletes were recognised for their nuiomata Rugby Club drawing achievements throughout the crowds of more than 4000 year at at lasteach week’s sports awards. people match. Awards weresign handed to athBoth games were against One sure of out summer letes in allissports, many of whom Northern United at the Porirua arriving the call of shinhavecuckoo, represented Wellington and Park and the arugby giant scored ing series of upward Newtries. Zealand. two notes followed by one or more Sportsman the yearnotes. was Local rugbyofcommentator long downward slurring givenbirds to Raymond Ken Laban worked closely The have comeSeumanu back to for hisLomu achievements in boxing, with in tothebreed past and New Zealand after winning multiple was amongst paytitles his wintering overthose in national thetoSolomon as well astoThey the respects theAustralian rugby Islands. can legend. be Golden heard Gloves. He saysfrom he remembers Lomu calling forest, scrub and He became ofare the youngest always hadwhich aone crowd following farmland, also the winners of of their the award. him. habitats host birds, the The sportswomen ofcuckoos the year “When he was training at grey warbler. Like awardCrowther was awarded to Sieni Mary Park, club around the world the the shining Samau for security her achievements had to hire toinkeep thein cuckoo lays its eggs another a widenest. range of sports. bird’s Sieni was also the top player in volleyball, girls rugby, was the top scorer in football, was the best back in league, played for Wainuiomata in club rugby and league, on to represent By Aarongoing Meredith Wellington in both sports. On top of that Sieni was also The local basketball court for the NewbeZealand atselected Wise Park could lit up league Kiwi Ferns side to ifrugby Community Board member play Australia next year Terry Stallworth has anything MC,it.Phillip Kauika who to The do with “We have been having a discussion about having a look at lights at the court,” says Terry.
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this brief slightly differently, and the results were stunning. “Overall we have been impressed by the students efforts, and those of the staff that mentored them through the process.” This year Tuwhare won the contest, handing them the
High School 25, 4Wainuiomata Wednesday November 2015the house shield for decided students showed off their house pride last week in the final house competition. Competitions run throughout the year between the four houses at the high school. Tuwhare, Apiata, Rutherford and Ngata.
2015. The competition was organised by teacher Dan Wallwork who said the groups of students had to create a mural that represented house spirit, the school values and make a visual impact.
They accumulated the most points over the year in the various contests including athletics day at the start of the year. The murals will be displayed at the school next year taking a permanent spot on the side of the school gym.
Wainuiomata Primary School becomes a Possible mobility parkssilver for hub car park Enviroschool By Aaron Meredith
centre, provides access to both the community centre and the A call from the public has library, and is used regularly by been heard by Hutt City Council all members of the public. to place a mobility park in the The proposal is to place two hub car park. mobility parks and a loading The car park, which is situ- zone in the first few parks on the Councillor Margaret presentslibrary teacherside Kristen Fraser ated behind the Willard community of the park.with a certificate marking the schools achievement in becoming a silver Enviroschool.
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well it is working.” Wainuiomata became a bronze level school in 2013, two years after becoming an Enviroschool. “Wainuiomata Primary School's Envirogroup have grown the number of sustainable practices and action projects over the years to include recycling, composting, growing food, and increasing active transport amongst others,” says Michelle. The school is very proud of the achievement, teacher Kristen Fraser says the students have all worked very hard.
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and act sustainably. This involves growing and creating gardens, and producing their own food. A school becomes a silver Enviroschool after they have increased the range and depth of learning about and action for the environment, growing the number of
people and projects involved in their sustainability journey. Wainuiomata Primary School has been an Enviroschool for four years and Enviroschools facilitator Michelle Ducat says the school’s students are leading the way. “The decision was made by a team of people including students, staff and parents from the school as well as members of the Enviroschools team from Lower Hutt. “The team gathered information from a wide range of sources about what has been achieved at the school over the years and how
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Question: Is community safety important to you and your family? Why?
Daniel Nelson, Wainuiomata
Gabriel Tupou, Wainuiomata
Cherie Babbington, Wainuiomata
Tejal Jina, Wainuiomata
Marion Wilkinson, Wainuiomata
It is really important. Just so anyone can go down to the shop and grab some milk and bread without feeling threatened.
Yes we have the right to a peaceful and safe life.
Yes of course it is. Knowing my family and myself are safe when we go out.
Yes it is very important, so I know I can go for a walk and not feel unsafe.
Yes because I hate what has happened in Wainuiomata
Adi Naryan, Wainuiomata Yes so I can do my job safely.
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Good news in Wainuiomata Dear Ed, I sympathise with R Benja-
mins’ concern about speeding buses, but these concerns need to be directed to Greater Wellington Regional Council rather than Hutt City Council. The new bridge is not the only good news for Wainuiomata. Work will soon start on a much improved shared cycle/ walkway over the hill for residents’ safety and comfort. The upgrade of the Wainuiomata Memorial Hall has
given us an attractive community venue with new toilets. Council supports Youth Inspire to help young people into jobs and training, and for those still at school the community hub is hosting Kokiri Marae to run new services and activities that will give them purpose and skills. Add to this Council’s backing for our own development plan and vision for 2035, and Wainuiomata is set to
become a vibrant, prosperous community. At Christmas in the Nui on Saturday residents will be invited to say how they think the town centre could be improved and what kinds of art they’d like to see. We’d love to see R Benjamins there and hear his/her ideas. Yours sincerely Cr Margaret Willard Hutt City Councillor for Wainuiomata
INDICATE OUT AS YOU LEAVE A ROUNDABOUT GOING 'STRAIGHT' THROUGH A ROUNDABOUT: Signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take.
TURNING RIGHT : Signal right as you come up to the roundabout, then
IN THE HUTT VALLEY, POOR OBSERVATION IS A LEADING CAUSE OF CRASHES AT ROUNDABOUTS. Mistakes are less likely to happen if drivers are indicating their intentions clearly. Here’s a simple refresher on how to indicate correctly.
Signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take.
TURNING LEFT AT THE FIRST EXIT OF A ROUNDABOUT: Signal left as you come up to the roundabout.
Wednesday November 25, 2015
Pukeatua Primary School opens new multi-purpose space By Aaron Meredith
Pukeatua Primary School celebrated the opening of their new multi-purpose room last week. As part of the celebrations a barbecue was held for students, staff and parents. Principal Jenni Adam says the school felt it was the best way to celebrate. “We always celebrate with food.” The new room is set out so that all of the syndicates at the school are able to use the space. “We got ideas from a caravan on the way it could be set out, everything can be folded away, and there is storage everywhere. “We have lockers for every syndicate so they can lock their work away and not have to carry it to their classrooms every time.” Jenni says parents were impressed with the new learning space. The room has equipment set up for every technology subject, including woodwork, cooking and sewing. “All the students are very excited to use the room, the year eights are a little disappointed as they are leaving us this year and do not get to use it.” The build was completed in 11 weeks, only one week behind schedule, and most of the equipment inside was donated by The Warehouse, Wainuiomata.
Making your house shine? Are you putting up outdoor Christmas decorations this year? Do you know anyone that is? We want to know. The Wainuiomata News is putting together a list of houses who are putting up Christmas lights this year so everyone can have a look. It doesn’t matter if it is a small or large amount, just let us know so the community can know. Please send us your street address, and when your lights will be up to email@example.com and we will put a list in our next issue.
People line up to see the new building and taste what was on offer on the barbeque.
Join us for your Christmas Shopping! Christmas Craft Markets Fridays 27th Nov, 4th Dec, 11th Dec, 18th Dec Lots of homemade goodies ready for Christmas
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Wednesday November 25, 2015
Raymond Seumanu is one of the current boxers at the Wainuiomata Boxing Club succeeding at a national level, Raymond is even cracking the international scene.
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"Playtime Paradise" Your kids & the dog will absolutely love this backyard! The play fort, sandpit & decks will have them charging about in the sun having fun! All in a private, safe & secure setting. Plus the home has outdoor flow that works it. 3 Bedrooms, heat pumps,T&G floor areas, alarm, study, garage, storage, & good parking. For Sale By Negotiation View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5339 Open Sunday 12.45pm-1.15pm
A longer history than you think By Aaron Meredith
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The current incarnation of the Wainuiomata Boxing Club is creating a proud legacy in the sport, continuing a history that stretches back 65 years. The club was officially opened in 1950 by Mick Morris who was soon joined by Ted Ashkette. Together the pair taught local boys how to box in Ted’s garage. Ted eventually took over the running of the club in 1969 and continued to train boxers for the next 26 years. During this time the club hosted many tournaments the last being in 1971. In 1980, current head trainer, Craig Bennett joined the gym, competing in tournaments much like what his current boxers do now.
“We travelled all around the country in tournaments, it was very similar to now,” he says. “We trained in the Wainuiomata community centre.” In 1990 Craig was forced to leave due to the closure of the boxing club. It wasn’t until 2012 that it was reopened by Craig and fellow trainer Rob Cameron. “Numbers were pretty similar to what we have now, the difference is there was only one person training the group,” says Craig. The club now has three trainers, Craig, Rob and Rico Seumanu and is producing quality boxers, gaining a reputation for its work across the country. “Wainuiomata was always known for producing top quality boxers and that is something we want to continue.”
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Lower Hutt people can join others around the world during a free hour-long event that will show them the basics of computer coding. ‘Hour of Code’ is a global event that will take place during the week beginning December 7, and Hutt City Libraries is running the hour at different times across nine venues. Sandra Mann, Divisional Manager Libraries, says knowing about the basics of coding is an increasingly valuable skill and can give students an edge in their future careers. “In the future coding is going to be essential to communicating effectively in business. This is the second year we have been involved in this global tutorial, and I can confidently say that it’s extremely worthwhile.” Participants will be able to choose from a variety of tutorials that will work on any modern browser, tablet, smartphone - or even without a computer. Hutt City Libraries staff along with digital Technology and Computer Science experts from Sacred Heart College and 2020 Communications Trust will act as mentors for the sessions, along with volunteers from the community and Hutt City Council. Registration is essential as spaces are limited. Go to bit.ly/hourofcodehutt Wainuiomata’s session is scheduled for 1pm December 9.
Wednesday November 25, 2015 Wednesday November 18, 2015
Pencarrow, 21 21 Grimsby Grimsby Grove Grove
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Wainuiomata, 57 Parenga Parkway, 19 Mimihau Grove Street Ideal For First Home Buyers! Location And Size!!
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This family home is ready for you to move in & enjoy & is a must to view! Situated in a handy location near Arakura school & kindy, park, transport & shops with a separate bath & shower, heat recovery & condensation control system, gas cooking, Heatpumps & more! Tender closes 2.00pm 3rd December 2015, Open Sunday 2.15pm-2.45pm Wainuiomata 64 Trelawney Road View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5334 Brand New Home 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Nicky Cooper Fully insulated Double glazed Alarm Double garage P 04with 564internal 0004 access M 027 307 2999 E firstname.lastname@example.org For Sale $465,000Open By Appointment Team Selig - David P 564 0000 M 027 4458 944 Channel Realty Ltd E email@example.com
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Arakura, 254 Wellington Road
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Pencarrow, 664Grimsby Grove Trelawney Road
8 Aporoa Grove
Nest Or Invest! 3 bedroom, open plan living modernised kitchen, bathroom & separate laundry. Good sized, fully fenced section. Move in and add you own finishing touches! For Sale By Negotiation View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5325 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008
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Wright House! 3 bedroom. Brick exterior, Popular Hyde Wright Street! Street! This centrally located home offers 3 double glazed aluminium windows, modern bedrooms, modern kitchen, open plan living,kitchen garagebathroom with power with W/Cs. Great indoor flow. section. Garage/workshop. & off2street parking, all on aoutdoor fully fenced Tender 26th Nov 1.00pmOpen Sunday 12.45pmFor SaleThursday $269,000 1.15pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5318 Nicky 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 Nicky Cooper Cooper P 04 P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com E
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Wednesday November 25, 2015
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Thursday November 25, 2015
That’s what they say and there’s really no better way to see Wellington than from on board the Dominion Post East by West Ferries! The harbour ferries run from their superb central waterfront location at Queens Wharf in front of their ticket office in the Meridian Building. There are up to 16 return sailings everyday out to Days Bay & Matiu Somes Island. In the weekends and public holidays (fine
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Enjoy a cruise We offer you memorable cruising on the beautiful Whanganui River. Our PS Waimarie is truly New Zealand’s premier Heritage experience. Feel the history as our ancestors plied the Whanganui River aboard Paddle steamer Waimarie, New Zealand’s last true paddle steamer (est.1900), still coal fired and still steam powered. On board you will find covered and open decks, comfortable saloons, licensed bar and cafe. Meet the legendary Mr Alexander Hatrick, original owner of this magnificent old
lady. Send a pigeon message back to the Riverboat Centre. Stoke the fire that heats the boiler to drive the two great paddle wheels. View the pictorial screenings of life on the Whanganui River and enjoy tea, coffee, a beer or a wine as you cruise, surrounded by true New Zealand Heritage. Even the crew are dressed for the occasion. Please contact us with your personal requirements so that we can offer you our very affordable pricing options.
RIVER COTTAGE is situated in a secluded spot well away from busy roads – with only the sounds of nature to break the silence. Enjoy a few hours on the verandah or just soak up the ambience inside. A great place
to relax and unwind amongst the beauty of the bush and bordering the Ohau River, River Cottage is in the heart of the Horowhenua District - 100kms north of Wellington and 50km south of Palmerston North.
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Having some fun, swimming and playing at the beach, a slow river cruise and a family picnic? Throw in some sport, some culture and some V8 noise and excitement? Relax at a café with a coffee and friends before strolling along a boulevard of boutique shopping? Where’s the one place you can find all of this without having to move too far? Whanganui. Really. Whanganui. Whanganui is a unique treasure in the North Island having shared its natural beauty and many attractions with settlers from over 175 years ago. Whanganui’s summer is full of events to spice up the lazy days – the world famous Cemetery Circuit Motorcycle Street Races, judged NZ’s best established regional event for 2015 is held on Boxing Day every year and the V8 Jet Sprint Championships thunder around a purpose built water track at Shelterview on the following day.
Whanganui’s Vintage Weekend kicks off for Wellington’s Anniversary Weekend. From street festivals, riverside entertainment, classic and vintage cars, and a boundless banquet held in the main street there’s plenty to see and do. If your family is all outdoors and action then head for a river kayak or jet boat experience, mountain biking trails or out to Bushy Park Sanctuary to see an enormous and ancient Rata tree. Explore the stars and Saturn from the Ward Observatory on a Friday night. Try a spot of fishing on the banks of the Whanganui River or sail on the Waimarie paddle steamer for a settler’s view of river life. For a few laid back options include the Whanganui Regional Museum, a computer clubhouse, a trip in the underground elevator built to travel 66 metres inside a hill or learn some glass blowing techniques. Visitors come for many reasons but whatever these might be it’s a brilliant place for a family visit.
Whanganui is big enough to entertain and small enough to keep it real. Enjoy arts, music, the landscape and our rich heritage.
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Visit the historic World War Two Wrights Hill Fortress in Karori. Self guided tours. Lots of fun for the family. Bush walks, panoramic views. From Karori Rd, turn left into Campbell St, to Wrights Hill Rd. Follow the signs. Plenty of free car parking. Bring a torch with you!
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$79 single & $99 twin/double or up grade to a full cooked for $10 per person All rooms with ensuite free wifi off street parking and a large garage for motor bikes Close to town and all sporting facilities and other Wanganui attractions
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Thursday November 25, 2015
TE RAKAU BIRDING is Wairarapa’s pre-eminent birding tour operator. Living near Ocean Beach and Onoke Spit since 1984 and being very involved in the preservation of these areas we have planted and developed our 14 hectare property expressly to attract a wide range of native
NZ and introduced or migratory species. We have also operated our Te Rakau Cabins accommodation business to provide a rustic, inexpensive option for visiting birders and for the growing number of cyclists using the Wellington-Wairarapa Cycle Trail.
RIMUTAKA SHUTTLES not only make your Rimutaka Rail Trail easy but also specialize in passenger transport for the South Wairarapa. Based in Featherston, they can provide transport for weddings, Martinborough wineries, chartered tours
of the region, conference groups as well as cycle transfers for the Rimutaka Cycle Trail, Wellington airport shuttles and festivals. Rimutaka Shuttles have a van with capacity up to 11 passengers and a minibus with capacity up to 19 passengers.
SOUTHERN WILDERNESS specialises in innovative day and multi-day Gourmet Guided Walks through the three National Parks of the Nelson Tasman region. The Heaphy Track in Kahurangi National Park, The Coastal Track in Abel Tasman
National Parkand the Travers Sabine Circuit in Nelson Lakes National Park are the flagship multi-day walks in the region. This is a great time to try this experience over the summer holidays!
GREEN JERSEY CYCLE TOURS was founded by Stuart Edwards and Lucia Zanmonti in 2011. In 2014, Joe and Pam Howells shared the vision and joined the team. We envisage that our tours are the most popular way to experience the beauty of the Wellington region and for Wellingtonians to enjoy North Island cycle routes. We provide an experience that is not rivaled in the Wellington region with top quality bicycles, beautiful tour routes, reliable support systems, great food and a fun atmosphere.
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CAFE ISTANBUL in Carterton serves delicious Mediterranean food with Warmth and ambience - and with good Vegetarian choices too. This is all complemented by local wines and local craft beer. Their mis-
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Enjoy the ambience of dining amongst the vines in the courtyard at Coney Wines’ vineyard restaurant where you can experience cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian influences matched with awardwinning Coney Wines.
Cellar door (11am-4pm) and Restaurant (12pm-3pm) open Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. The perfect venue for private /corporate/ Christmas/New Year functions and family celebrations.
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Just over the Rimutaka hill is the gateway to the Wairarapa. On your right you will find the Featherston Motels and Campground. They have four new fully serviced motel units with en-suite. One unit has full paraplegic facilities. Backpacker accommodation is also available in a comfortable, modern free standing dwelling, sleeping up to nine guests in four bedrooms with full kitchen facilities. The backpackers unit can also be booked as a whole. The shared ablution block and laundry is next to the backpackers. Multi Eco-Tourism Award Winners Open 8.30am every day www.waimangu.co.nz
Turn left 14km south of Rotorua off SH5, drive 6km along to our entrance, 587 Waimangu Rd
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Wednesday November 25, 2015
My Jonah Tribute
Councillor Campbell Barry and Community Board Chairman Richard Sinnott with the year five Wainuiomata Cricket Club side after they had received their new playing kit.
Juniors get new kit By Aaron Meredith
The juniors from the Wainuiomata Cricket Club were surprised last weekend when they were given new shirts and caps. The new kit was funded by the Wainuiomata Community Board through the community engagement fund.
The new team clothes were given to the two junior teams, the year five and year four sides and all the juniors were very pleased with how they looked. Community Board chairman Richard Sinnott and Councillor Campbell Barry presented the players with the new shirts and both were very impressed with how they
looked. “I am very happy with how they turned out, they look really good,” says Campbell. The shirts are green and black, replacing the white tops that the club has had for many years. The teams now have club caps as well, meaning the players can stop wearing their own caps.
This Saturday was round six of the interclub bowling league. In the Premier Reserve Grades, the mens section one side went down to Eastbourne 15-8, the section two side defeated Petone Central 14-7 and the women defeated Johnsonville 14-8. In the men’s eights, the division two side went down 15-8 to Naenae, the Division Three side were 15-9 victors over Hutt. The Womens Quad side went down heavily, losing 15-1 to Naenae.
The Wainuiomata Presidents had a win over the weekend, defeating Hutt City United 10-4. The Wainuiomata Rare Breeds defeated Stokes Valley Yellow 13-4. The Capital Three side had a bye over the weekend. In junior softball there were wins for the Under 15’s, the Under 13’s and the Under 9 Cubs.
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Last Wednesday I was shocked when I saw that probably the most well-known rugby player of all time had died. Jonah Lomu was one of the greatest All Blacks ever, I can remember him running over player after player, constantly. It is always a claim to fame that Jonah once played for our little club here in Wainuiomata, I was a junior when he was playing for our top side, the impact
he made within the club was as immense as the man himself. So to Jonah I say this, thanks for everything you have done for the game, thanks for coming to my home club and giving us such a great couple of years, thanks for everything you have done for us fans, thanks for being Jonah. What are your Jonah Lomu Memories? Share them with us at email@example.com
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