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This Saturday Wainuiomata Primary School is hosting a School Gala. The school is fundraising so that all the senior students get the opportunity to go the school camp this year. This will be taking place down the school between 2 and 6pm on Saturday. For more information about this please contact the school.
Arakura says thanks Last week the Wainuiomata News reported that Lynette Stewart was in a phot with Bonnie MacBeth when it was Cherrie Tinetti. Cherie did a lot of hard work in the process of planning for the jubilee and the school would like to thank her for this.
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Mallard for help. It is only since he got involved Speeding buses and a lack of the bus company has responded. By Aaron Meredith parking are two of the problems The kindergarten has two signs can parents now haveand their library fines lowered, thanks to facing Locals teachers, warning drivers of the centre, the new ‘Food childhood for Fines’ initiative across Huttonly Cityput Libraries. children in early but these were up after Library is one of eight centres Wainuiomata in Wainuiomata. a child was across hit by athe carregion a few participating in the sees $5 of late fees wiped There is little to no roadinitiative, signs which years back. cancentres of foodindonated outsideforofevery many the by “Itmembers. is only a matter of time All food drivers collectedtowill be donated to local valley warning slowthenbefore someone getsfoodbanks hit again.” run out of theChris Community down.including Whanau in Arms, which saysishead teacher Moses. Continued on page 2 the drivers are Wainuiomata.has Jack Centre and JillinKindergarten “I understand been fighting with New Zealand on a schedule, but they are going BusesTupou for many finally so fast.” Kuma,years, Wynton Jones and Tony Archer from Whanau in askingArms Huttshow South Trevor page off MP the food donated byContinued the library on after the 2food for fines drive.
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Community celebrates White Ribbon Day By Aaron Meredith
The Wainuiomata community came together to celebrate White Ribbon Day last Sunday when Kokiri and Wainuiomata Marae’s hosted E Tu Whanau. The day included many performances from local artists, along with many locals services in the valley who help those in needs. Kerry Dougall the manager from Naku Enie Tamariki and Kokiri Marae Maori Womens refuge says the day is vital to get the message across. “It is a great way to get what we do to a lot of people.” E Tu Whanau is Wainuiomata’s White Ribbon Day celebration. White Ribbon Day is held annually on November 25 and is a campaign against violence towards women. E Tu Whanau is a celebration of being violence free. “It is a great celebration here today,” says Kerry. “We are here letting people
inbrief news Junior prize giving this week This Friday the Wainuiomata High School junior prize giving takes place. This takes place at 10am in the Wainiuomata High School Auditorium. All parents and caregivers are invited to come along and celebrate the students achievements. This is the last day of the school year as well, junior reports will be sent home on this day also.
Fernlea End of Year Show This Thursday Fernlea Primary School is holding its annual end of year concert. This takes place at 6pm on the school grounds. If the weather is bad the concert will be moved to the Wainuiomata High School Auditorium. If your child is taking part at this, they need to be at the school 10 minutes early.
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know about our resources, early intervention and where to go when you are involved in violence.” Kokiri also took the opportunity to discuss safe sleeping with new parents attending the
Community BBQ on Pukeatua By Aaron Meredith
Those keen enough to walk to the top of the hill were rewarded with a sausage on Saturday, when a barbecue was hosted at Pukeatua Bridge. The barbecue was put on after complaints by the community about not being invited to the official opening ceremony last month. MP Trevor Mallard and local councillors agreed so decided
event. They felt that it would be a good time to continue to drive the message across about safe sleeping, something they have been doing throughout the year. “We teach parents what is safe
and what is not when it comes to sleeping positions and where their child is sleeping. “Maori have some of the worst statistics when it comes to safe sleeping, we want to change that.”
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to hold a celebration on top of the Wainuiomata hill. Many people walked or rode up the hill, and were grateful to see a barbecue in the middle of the bridge. Organisers of the official opening said they did not open the ceremony to the public due to the lack of parking in the area. This angered the community, who took to social media to vent their anger at the council’s decision.
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Arakura says thanks at the Movies Christmas Last week Christmas the Wainuiomata Celebrate Eve withNews your reported that Lynette Stewart was in family at Walter Nash Stadium. a From phot with Bonnie when it 3.30pm thereMacBeth will be activities was Tinetti. heldCherrie for children of all ages including Cherie castles, did a lot of hard work in and the bouncy circus workshops process of planning for the jubilee craft stations. and thewill school would like to thank There be sing along carols from her this. 5pmfor and at 6.30pm the movie Polar express will be shown. All should be finished by 8.30pm.
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Trevor Mallard awards a student with a prize at the Rangatahi Learning Centre prize giving.
The Rangatahi Learning Centre held their prize giving last Friday, rewarding the students for all the work they have done throughout the year. Rangatahi was created for children who were not doing well in school, providing an option so students can still achieve an education, possibly returning back into main stream school. Teacher Trish Morgan said she is very proud of her students.
Boxer wins youth award By Aaron Meredith
L o c a l B oxe r K e eg a n O’Kane-Jones was named as one of the winners for the adversity award at Thursday’s Hut City Youth Awards. The boxer was one of three finalists for the Westpac Award for overcoming adversity, where judges decided to give the award to all three finalists. Jared Gillies and Harmony Daly were the winners alongside Keegan. Keegan was nominated for the award due to overcoming significant social barriers en route to representing New Zealand in the Youth Commonwealth Games this year. He said he was extremely happy to have been announced as one of the winners. “Words can’t explain it really, there is nothing better than winning. “Thanks to Mum, my step dad and the rest of my family, Billy Graham and his wife have been incredible as well,” Keegan says.
Billy Graham was extremely proud of Keegan, he said he has transformed in the time he has known him. “He has been kicked out of the gym before, but he came back with a great attitude and has become a great guy.” Keegan has been boxing for six years, and now has his sights set on qualifying for the Olympics. Another award handed out went to James Biggins, who was given a special award for the work he has done in raising money for Wainuiomata baby Mila Gardner. Mila has been diagnosed with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, she has to go to the USA for life changing surgery next year. James has been raising money by finding different ways to get to school, including helicopter, kayaking and a police car. Unfortunately James was too young to be nominated but awards creator Chris Bishop decided his story was worthy of the special award.
Keegan O’Kane-Jones was awarded the Hutt City Youth Award for adversity.
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“I will miss the ones that are going back to the main stream.” At the awards ceremony, teachers showcased what the school has achieved throughout the year, including helping run Elbe’s Milk Bar and designing and creating a mural that was placed behind Whai Oranga Medical Centre. Guests attending included Councillors Margaret Willard and Campbell Barry, MP Trevor Mallard, as well as representatives from Wainuiomata High School.
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The St Patrick’s church on Stanley St is in need of some repair work, and the fundraising committee is doing everything they can to raise the money needed. Parish member David Smith has started a project, gathering metal to be recycled. With the money going back to the church. “Our church has an account with Sims Pacific Metals,” he says.
David’s plan is to get members in his parish to donate any metal, whether it is cans, tins or wires, to the cause to help raise the money needed. “Everything adds up, it all goes towards the cause.” The church needs earthquake strengthening, along with this the entire building will be turned on its current site. “We also are contemplating adding some extensions on the building as well,” says David. The church is part of the
Parish of the Holy Spirit, which encompasses churches in Waiwhetu, Petone, Eastbourne and Lower Hutt. “This initiative will continue once we have earned enough money for the church here in Wainuiomata. “We will start other projects within our parish on top of this.”
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of great kiwi music from bands Shapeshifter, Fat Freddie’s Drop and SIX60. They will perform live in a series of concerts over the New Year period. If you’re looking for something quieter, Hutt City Libraries’ popular summer reading programmes are back, including The Big Read. Sign up at any local library between 14 December and 10 January. Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace says the summer events are already well underway. “Last month saw the opening of the outdoor summer pools in Wainuiomata, Eastbourne and Petone, and we’ve just had a couple of fantastic Christmas parades. With all these events and the
beautiful scenery Lower Hutt has to offer, there’s no better place to be this summer.” The fun continues in January, as history is brought to life at Our Story, and fun and health are celebrated at the two-day whanau community festival Te Reo o Te Raukura. February brings us the Petone Rotary Fair, sculptures return to Riddiford Gardens for Hutt City Shapeshifter Sculpture 2016, and it’s an awesome day out with Bike the Trail on 28 February. This is only the beginning of the fun to have in Lower Hutt this summer, so keep an eye on facebook.com/inthehutt, and summerinthehutt.co.nz for more.
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SuperValue Woburn: 1-5 Cambridge Terrace, Waiwhetu, Lower Hutt. Phone: 570 1790. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days. Specials available Tuesday, 8th December until Sunday, 13th December 2015 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day. Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale. Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40.
Shop Monday 30th November till Monday 21st December, complete an entry form in store and be in to WIN!
An elder-centerd community At Woburn Home we take every opportunity to bring companionship, spontaneity, fun and meaningful activity into the lives of elders. We’ll support you to continue doing the things you love in a way that’s right for you.
The social life Residents of Woburn Home enjoy the busy social calendar and stimulating recreation programme, which make for a vibrant atmosphere.
Woburn Apartments Enliven’s brand new, purpose Positive ageing services built retirement apartments are We offer a full range of positive right next door to Woburn Home. ageing services, including rest This is a perfect arrangement for home, hospital and dementia couples who need different levels care, as well as short term respite, of support. health recovery care and a day Call us on 04 569 6400 to arrange activity programme. a tour.
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THE WAREHOUSE $450 Outdoor Furniture: Table + 2 Benches + Umbrella
Recycling metal to help a church
Wednesday December 9, 2015
readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street.
Question: What does Christmas mean to you?
Rik Van Damme, Wainuiomata
Bob Fiddes, Wainuiomata
Eru Tuhoro, Wainuiomata
Daniel Cotton, Wainuiomata
Yazmin Cotton, Wainuiomata
Family, it is a good excuse to see family, what better excuse could there be?
A Christian celebration, I like the old fashioned Christmas days, it has become too commercialised these days, bring back the way it was.
Family, friends, getting everyone together celebrating.
Family time, being together with friends and family.
Being together with friends and family.
Retailers of Ethnic Foods & Spices
Malaysian I Sri lanka I Filipino I Indian I Thai I Chinese
We have spices from India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Indonesia and Products from all over (ASIA) South America
Charlie Son Wainuiomata Spending time with family, giving and receiving gifts.
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Village, 140 Main Rd
Wainuiomata 96 Hine Road
At Home In Hine Road!
Interesting do-up opportunity • Village Property • Decent Section - Potential • 3 Bedrooms & Garage • Separate Lounge & Gas • Very Convenient Location For Sale By Negotiation Open Sunday 2.15pm-2.45pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5363 Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd
Licensed Agent REAA 2008
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4 Double Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms 2 Living Rooms • Tandem Garage/Workshop • Off Street Parking • Sunny Deck • Conservatory For Sale By Negotiation Open Sunday 12.00pm - 12.30pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5364 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E firstname.lastname@example.org Channel Realty Ltd
Pencarrow, 64 Trelawney Road Brand New Home
Parkway, 18 Totara St "Renovations Done - Relax!"
5 Bedrooms • 2 Bathrooms • Fully insulated • Double glazed • Double Garage with internal access • Alarm For Sale $465,000 Open Sunday 1.15pm - 1.45pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5328 Team Selig - David P 04 564 0000 M 027 4458 944 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd
Gas & Outdoor Flow Heat Pump • Alarm • Great Kitchen • 3 Bedrooms • Wood Burner Tender closes Tues 15th Dec 12.00pm Open Sunday 1.30pm-2.00pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5340 Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940 E firstname.lastname@example.org Channel Realty Ltd
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Pencarrow, 6 Grimsby Grove
Wainuiomata, 57 Parenga Street
Ideal For First Home Buyers!
Kids and the dog will absolutely love this backyard! The play fort, sandpit and decks will have them charging about in the sun having fun! All in a private, safe and secure setting. 3 Bedrooms, Heat Pumps, T&G Floor Areas, Alarm, Study, Garage For Sale By Negotiation Open Sunday 12.45pm-1.15pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5339 Leith Gunn P 04 564 0002 M 027 4458 940 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd
Don’t miss the opportunity to view this home! Offering 3 bedrooms with great indoor/ outdoor flow. Enjoy the sun and entertaining on the deck in your private back yard.
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Parkway, 19 Mimihau Grove
Arakura, 254 Wellington Road
Location And Size!!
Just Move In!
This home has a lot to offer your growing family. At the end of a cul-de-sac & a stone’s throw from the bottom of the Wainuiomata Hill. 3 double bedrooms, 2 living, study, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen/ dining with good entertaining area out the back. Tender closes 1pm Thursday 10 December View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5338 Team Selig - David P 04 564 0000 M 027 4458 944 E firstname.lastname@example.org Channel Realty Ltd
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! For Sale Price By Negotiation Open Sunday 2.15pm-2.45pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5334 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd
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For Sale $220,000 Open Sun 12.30pm - 1.00pm View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5362 Team Selig - David P 04 564 0000 M 027 4458 944 E firstname.lastname@example.org Channel Realty Ltd
Pencarrow, 5b Kilkenny Grove Young 4 Bedroom Family Home! A young family home offering open plan living, 4 bedrooms, 2 opening onto decking & the master with ensuite. Internal access garage/ workshop & off street parking, all on a small easy care back section in a quite cul-de-sac, perfect for a growing family.
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For Sale $320,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5315 Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E email@example.com Channel Realty Ltd
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Coast, 491 Coast Road Driveway already in place Access to Artesian water spring. 15 Hectares of land. For Sale $178,000 View www.harcourts.co.nz/WO5247 Open By appointment Nicky Cooper E: firstname.lastname@example.org P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999
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3 Bedrooms & Entertainment Deck HRV, Security System, Large Garage/Workshop Woodburner & Good Insulation Fully Fenced Sunny Section For Sale $230,000Open Sunday 1.30pm - 2.00pm Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E email@example.com
Parkway Pearlar! Good floor plan, nicely presented. Stones throw from the hill, close to schools & public transport. 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen, bathroom & conservatory. Garage/ workshop, private back yard. For Sale $275,000Open Sunday 12.45-1.15pm Nicky Cooper P 04 564 0004 M 027 307 2999 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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Call Lisa Black from Harcourts Wainuiomata on 027 668 6477
19 Wright Street
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Wednesday December 9, 2015
Time to test Joseph Parker out Darrell Cole plays a shot in last week’s cricket game.
First team draw By Aaron Meredith
The Wainuiomata Cricket Club first team managed a draw in their two day game against Wellington Collegians, last weekend. Both days were played in perfect conditions at Bryan Heath Park, for the bulk of the match the visitors were on top. A first innings total of 239/8 and a strong bowling performance was enough to secure Collegians a strong
lead going into the second innings. Wainuiomata then improved on the bowling side, but were never really in with a shout of gaining a result. The next game for the first team is against Eastern Suburbs at Kilbirnie Park on both December 12 and 19. Play starts at 12pm both days. The Wainuiomata second team had a disappointing match, batting first the side only posted a total of 67. A decent bowling performance kept the side in the game, but Upper Hutt
proved to have enough skill eventually winning by 4 wickets. Next week the side is at Bryan Heath Park against Wellington Indians Thumbs Up, at 1pm. In the T/20 competition Browine had a close 3 run win over Taita Squashies, Rosco had a bye over the week. Next week Brownie plays Stokes Valley at Bryan Heath Park, Rosco is away at Fraser Park against Taita, both games start at 2pm.
Junior softball results By Aaron Meredith
This weekend the Wainuiomata junior softballers were as busy as ever. The Under 15’s defeated the Hutt Valley Dodgers Mighty Maniacs 22-2, destroying their opposition.
The Under 13’s were not as successful, going down to Te Aroha Whio 13-3. There was a win and a loss for the Under 11’s, Green destroyed Te Aroha Kea 24-1 while Black went down 16-8 to Hutt Valley Marist.
Juniors celebrate at pools The juniors at Wainuiomata High School celebrated the end of the school year at the Wainuiomata Summer Pools. The children spent the day flying down the slides, and jumping into the pools. Along with the students, the teachers got to let down their hair as well, spending the day with the children, challenging them to bomb contests and swimming round with the children. The school year ends this week with the junior prize giving this Friday.
The Under 9 Cubs and Lions faced off this weekend, the cubs won 26-14 in an entertaining game. The Bears defeated the Hutt Valley Dodgers Dozen 24-13. For next week’s draws please contact your coach.
Last Saturday Joseph Parker destroyed another no name boxer and improved his record to 17-0. He is the number 9 ranked heavyweight boxer on the boxrec website, a website known for providing accurate ratings when comparing every boxer. His last bout was against Daniel Martz, ranked a lowly 125th in the same rankings. I understand the fight was scheduled with Martz so Parker could match up with a fighter taller than him, but this was a bit of a mismatch still. Joseph is not ready to have a bout against new World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury, former champion Wladimir Klitschko or another big name like Deontay Wilder, but he is definitely ready for a step up in class of boxer. An interesting challenge could be the unbeaten Luis Ortiz, a record of 23-0 with 20 knock outs, he could prove to be a massive challenge for Parker, he needs to overcome a boxer like Ortiz to really stake a claim at being a contender. Another could be Anthony Joshua, who at 14-0 is taking a similar career path to Parker, these two need to collide in the future. Just above Joseph Parker in the rankings is Erkan Tepar from Germany, at 15-0 he is another boxer that our local boxer should be looking to prove himself against. At the moment his next bout is against American Jason Bergman, who has a record of 25-11 and is rated 75th in the world. It would be more use to Parker fighting someone like Alex Leapai, who only last year fought for the World Heavyweight Championship. Yes he is only ranked 59th in the world, but he has big fight experience, and with a record of 30-7, provides another veteran opponent for the young New Zealander. It is only by stepping up the quality of his opponents will we truly see the quality that Joseph Parker posseses.
Wednesday December 9, 2015
Published on Dec 9, 2015