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Current and former students converged on Arakura Primary School last weekend as the school celebrated its 50th jubilee. School Principal Mark Kibblewhite is very happy with how the weekend went. “It has all gone very well, everyone is having a great time.” The festivities started on Friday night, with from the school’s Kapa Haka group, speeches a performance and a mix and mingle night. Continued on page 2

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By Aaron Meredith says that the school has achieved REPORTER: to a high standard this year in Gaylene Wainuiomata High School’s top all sports. Rawiri-Patelo Aaron Meredith athletes were recognised for their “Many teams have made finals, won the MVP E: achievements throughout the won championships or have for Hockey year at last week’sP:sports awards. representedContinued the school atfrom regional 587 1660 page 1 Awards were handed out to ath- tournaments.” letes in all sports, many of whom Teams who won their grades The 100th anniversary of Anzac have representedNATIONAL Wellington and included the girls cricket team, Day dominated this month, and New Zealand. the football The first second XI, teams twoof the year was a busy month Sportsman ofSALES: the year was and three inone, netball, the boys firstheading back to school Wainuiomata got behind the Children started celebrations. Record numbers turned Sam Seumanu Barnes given to Raymond xv in rugbyand andWainuiomata the junior boys continued to try and out to the annual Anzac parade, schools for his achievements in boxing, league team. E: raise funds for Ataahua, the Wainuiomata all around the valley paid tribute winning multiple national titles This year Motorcycle was also theClub first helped year out by organising P: 587 1660 toward those who had given so much in as well as the Australian Golden that Ignite Sports presented two a bike ride and classic car drive around the fight for freedom. Also this month Gloves. special awards, both recognising the valley gathering donations to give to it was announced the Post Shop was He became one of the youngest character in an athlete and coach. Production: Ataahua’s family. The first Wainuiomata leaving its premises in the mall, moving winners of the award. Trust co-ordinator Water Festival Kevin took place, proving to be a in with United Video on The Strand. The sportswomen of the year Goldsbury says that the awards Published by popular hit with everyone in the community. award was awarded to Sieni are given to those that embodied Wellington Suburban Samau for Newspapers her achievements Ltd in Ignite Sport’s values. a wide range of sports. “Despite the attention that poor Les & Katrina Whiteside Sieni was also the top player in behaviour and bad sportsmanvolleyball, girls rugby, was the ship attracts, there are great March saw Wainuiomata once again jump The fifth month of the year proved to top scorer in football, was the examples of athletes who demonto support another child in need. Mila behelping as eventful as those proceeding it, best back in league, played for strate positive character in sport their sports and teams, phrey and Brooke Tauaneai. Gardner suffers from Spastic Quadreplegia Susan O’Brien went missing after the Wainuiomata in club rugby and and coaches who effectively their teams achieve their best. School Principal Martin Isberg Cerebral Paulsy and parents Nathan and XTERRA Wainuiomata race, she was league, going on to represent model it,” Kevin says. Kalena Hura was also recogsays he was not surprised by the Melanie Gardner needed to raise $100,000 found the a day achievements later. New Zealand Post Wellington in both sports. This year’s winners were Paa nised by the school, receiving of the students to get their daughter to America for life On top of that Sieni was also Mailangi who won the character principals award afterannounced 20 years’ not thisonly year.would they be changing surgery. People from all around ABC Audit 2012: moving the post ce,spent they the would be or selected for the New Zealand athlete award and Ngaire Blake service to school netball. “Weoffi have last three the Wellington region got behind the 6,456 copies weekly taking away the post box in Homedale rugby league Kiwi Ferns side to who won the character coach Other were four years changing the culture Wainuiomata cause, getting the fundraising off toaward an winners Village, a move created anger in this play Australia next yearNews award. Stephen Graham, Joel Carman, of thethat school, and the results The largest circulating excellent start. Alsofor it was announced that the Humcommunity. Wainuiomata residents The MC, Phillip Kauika who Both showed great passion Atiria Semmens, Jade year are recognition of this.” newspaper in Wainuiomata





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inbrief news Wainuiomata Primary School Gala 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.

June The first month of winter was one

for the youth in the valley, The head students of Wainuiomata High School got to meet the Prime Minister, a youth concert was held in the Wainuiomata Shopping Centre and the students from the Rangitahi Learning Centre unveiled a Last week the Wainuiomata News new reported mural theythat hadLynette createdStewart and designed was in themselves. KingBonnie of the Hill was run a phot with MacBeth when it oncewas again and inTinetti. big news for the entire Cherrie region,Cherie the Super waswork scrapped. did aCity lot idea of hard in the

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July This month saw the beginning of

Wainuiomata succeeding in sport, not just regionally, but on a national scale. Rylee Watt won her grade in the North Island forThe Hutt South Cross CountryMP Champs. Wainuiomata Darts Club hosted the junior nationals, Ben Herman winning the national title. 564 4988 Boxers Raymond Seumanu and Jared Paku won the Central North Island Electorate Clinics Championships, in higher weight classes ForThe any issues you’d than they usually box. Wainuiomata to talk about hockey team continued alike strong season and the Wainuiomata womens rugby team destroyed all sorts of records in their 188-0 win over Johnsonville.



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Speed camera drama Wainuiomata Hill’s speed camera made a return to the top of the hill late last month, but it wasn’t long before it was damaged. The original camera situated on the site at the top of the hill was damaged beyond repair mid-way through last year and had only just been replaced. This time it was only a matter of a few days before it was damaged again, after someone shot the camera, leaving very visible bullet holes. Many Wainuiomata residents are against the camera, with most saying it is a money making scheme, although police deny this saying it is situated to increase safety.

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Wainuiomata could be proud of. Boxer Raymond Seumanu won the Australian Golden Gloves Championship. There were two more sporting team successes, the high school First XI and the Wainuiomata Hockey Club winning their grades. The call to name Wainuiomata’s new bridge was made to the community. Local personality Tony Watling celebrated his 90th birthday and a surprise party was thrown for him at the Wainuiomata Community Centre.

October October was all about Arakura Pri-

From now until April 30, Hutt City Council is trialling free parking in the central business district. The trial will be monitored to see if it makes a positive impact on retail spending and activity. The scheme means the first hour of parking will be free for pay and display parks with a two hour time limit, any time more than this will cost as per normal. There will be full consultation to see if the change becomes permanent.

November Speeding buses and safety around Early

Childhood Education Centres were topics in the valley when November began. Awards season hit Wainuiomata High School, locals celebrated the world cup win by the All Blacks, one video even going viral. This was also the month for openings. The Wainuiomata Summer Pools opened for the season and Pukeatua Bridge was officially opened. The last weekend of the month held the Christmas Parade and Christmas in the Nui day.

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and players dominating on the sporting pitch. The Wainuiomata Indigenous Lions won the Senior 1 rugby league grade, the Wainuiomata High School First XV won their grade. There were also finalists and victors from many other sports. Long time postie Sue Manihera retired after 33 years on the job in Wainuiomata.

took part in the food for fines scheme, which proved to be extremely popular. The first ever Hutt City Youth Awards took place, with Wainuiomata’s own Keegan O’Kane winning an award. The Wainuiomata High School head students were introduced to the community before everyone shut up shop for the year.


August August was similar to July, local teams

mary, as the school celebrated 50 years of being opened. The school was busy all Labour weekend with activities. Fernlea Primary opened their flash new bike track, students started preparing for their NCEA exams and work was started on the new subdivision off Parkway extension.

The Wainuiomata Summer Pools will be hosting Art Splash once again this year, and is encouraging artistic children to come along for the fun. The event takes place this Thursday between 11am and 1pm. For those interested please contact the pools for more information.


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Winner of Shop to Win By Aaron Meredith

This year’s winner of Shop to Win was Sheila Craig. The winner was drawn by Community Constable Aroha Morehu and mall manager Collete Goodfellow. Sheila won the prize after purchasing items at the Wainuiomata Shopping Centre between November 30 and December 21 last year. For the second year in a row, Join the Dots was the store which the winning entry came from. Included in the prize pack were $450 worth of outdoor furniture from The Warehouse, $100 cut and blow dry form Hedz for Hair, sunglasses worth $199 from Visque optometrists, $100 worth of fruit mince pies and Christmas cakes from Wainuiomata Cake Kitchen, 10 Big Mac Vouchers from McDonald’s, $50 vouchers from both Coin Save and The 123 Mart, a $30 voucher from Beauty Solutions and a $30 Sushi Party Pack from Umi Sushi.

The fundraising continues By Aaron Meredith

More fundraising is needed for the Gardner family in

order to get their daughter Mila to the United States for life changing surgery. Mila suffers from Spastic

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Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy, and needs to fly over to St Louis in America for surgery which has been shown to significantly improve the lives of those who complete it. This originally was to cost $100,000 but the family was given some bad news in a price increase recently. “It means we have to raise at least another $15,000 in order to pay, the exchange rate is part of the reason for the price increase,” says Mila’s mum Melanie. Once again Wainuiomata locals are getting in behind the cause, with the Wainuiomata Motorcycle Club organising a ride to raise as much money as they can. The club organised a ride last year for Ataahua Journey, when her family was raising money for a new portable oxygen tank.

“We also have some friends who own classic cars, so they have offered to set up a car show for us.” These final fundraisers are set for February this year, something that makes the family happy. “It has been a rollercoaster of a year, it has been very tiring with all the fundraisers, it will all be worth it though. “Wainuiomata has been awesome, it is full of a lot of good people with a lot of compassion, it is very heartwarming.” Mila has been completing four sessions of physio every week, the family is hoping they can extend to five in the near future. “It has been great for Mila, she gets to play with all sorts of things and interact with other children,” says Melanie.

My favourite photo of the year is not the best photo I took, not by a long way, but it was one of the most fun ones. This one is from when the Wainuiomata High School head students got to meet the Prime Minister and while head girl Jade Humphrey was having a chat with him, the other head students and I who were waiting around decided to have a bit of fun, the only option we could see was a photo bomb. I still wonder if Mr Key had any idea what was going on in the background while we were doing this. I know the staff at the high school had a bit of a laugh when we showed them this photo, as did we here in the office.

Wainuiomata High School Welcome to all students for 2016 IMPORTANT DATES:

Tuesday 26 January: Office opens and Uniform Sales begin 10:30am-4:00pm: Stationery and fees schedules are available from the office

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Year 10-13 Students meet in Auditorium: 12:30pm - Apiata 1:00pm - Tuwhare 1:30pm - Rutherford 2:00pm - Ngata

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Question: What is your new years resolution.

Annette Smith: Wainuiomata

Nicky Cooper: Wainuiomata

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Tyler Skipper-King: Wainuiomata

Jerome Misi: Wainuiomata

I want to try and travel this year.

To grow my business. Leith Gunn: Be the best I can be and create more family time.

I want to develop myself more, achieve more personal growth.

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I want to do well in school and sport.

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LETTERS to the editor Good design increases safety I write in response to Lance Stewart’s letter of last week. The area at the Pukeatua Bridge at the summit of Wainuiomata Hill was never intended or designed to be car parks. The summit of the Wainuiomata Hill has an 80km speed limit and low visibility and so it was in the interests of the safety of drivers, pedestrians and cyclists to reduce the vehicular movements at this point.

There was not enough space to install the new bridge and provide a car park on that side which motorists could enter and exit safely – the exit from that layby has poor visibility with the crest blocking the view of oncoming traffic. Drivers can safely turn at the roundabout at the base of the hill and return to a car park on the lookout side of the road and use the bridge to cross the road.

Council built car parks at the end of Waiu Street for off-road mountain bikers and other track users, to relieve parking pressure at the summit. This was all done in consultation with the community. In the near future, there will be a four metre-wide shared cycle and pedestrian pathway over this hill better connecting Wainuiomata with the Hutt Valley and the

hills around us. This will further boost the big numbers of people I have seen travelling under their own steam to reach the summit and safely cross over the Pukeatua Bridge. The bridge and walkway will be a huge asset to the community and is something the community has wanted for a very long time. Ray Wallace Mayor- Lower Hutt

THE NEXT STEP FOR PLANET EARTH? Are you over wars, terrorism and ongoing conflicts? If the rulers of this planet didn’t want them we wouldn’t have them. Selective informing, (telling us what to think) has served them well for thousands of years. It is called reigning over. Are we adult enough to do the reining in, to take control of, or responsibility for our planet? The information age has arrived. Insiders, (first person experiencers), women and men are gutsy enough to speak out. All we have to do is start listening to them and informing ourselves. Sitting in church being held to an Earth and physical only reality isn’t adult enough to be in charge of the destiny of a planet. We have to understand how the universe works to be aware of possible risks, threats or opportunities. The church version of reality does hint at the different levels of reality occupying the same space, (with the spirit word), but cuts them off with the one word cover story – heaven.

HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT Dianne and Allan Surridge are leaving the Wainuiomata Cake Kitchen after 37 years of service.

Baker signs off By Aaron Meredith

The Human Parasite Story Tellers Responsible for the Earth and Physical Only Stories. Came up with and oversee the King James and myriad of other versions spread around the planet. The Royals with the superior, class loving, born to rule and exploit mind pattern. And their bloodline relatives with the obsessively maintained knife edge, (oddball) genetics – the Blue Bloods. That we are being lied to is revealed on the Prison Planet Revelations .com website – videos and Gods or Spacemen? audio. How the genetic mix (hiding our parasite) came about is also on the website – Hidden History videos. Why it came about is in the Prison Planet Revelations book.

Longtime owner and baker at the Wainuiomata Cake Kitchen, Allan Surridge is hanging up his apron for the final time. After 37 years, Allan and his wife Diane have made the decision to retire. “I have been here for so long, it is time to move on,” says Allan. What the couple will miss the most is the contact with the community. “All of our regular cus-

tomers have been so good to us throughout the entire time we have been here. “We would like to thank them for all the support they gave us throughout the year.” In return for the support the community has shown them, Allan and Diane have supported members of the community by supplying them jobs. “We have hired a lot of girls from the high school to be our front of shop, they have all been great.”

The bakery is not set to close down, as the pair have found someone who is keen to take over the shop. The Wainuiomata Cake Kitchen has been in the Wainuiomata Shopping Centre since it was first opened over forty years ago. Allan and Diane plan to take a well-deserved break for a while and attempt to get all the odd jobs at home done which have been left alone for a few years.

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New Years Celebration Interpreting – a vital role

Staying safe is more than just staying afloat. You will have heard safety messages about the importance of carrying and wearing lifejackets, they only work if they are being worn. Most accidents occur suddenly with no warning – there may be no time to grab a lifejacket, and it’s extremely difficult to put one on in the water. While lifejackets in small boats are important they are not only step in keeping safe on the water this summer: check the weather forecast and keep an eye out for changes while you Always are on the water. Tell someone where you are going and when you are coming back. Carry at least one waterproof means of communication. Make sure your boat and all its equipment are in good condition. the rules of the road and navigation bylaws like the 500 ton rule Understand and 5 knot speed restrictions. Keep a good lookout for swimmers and dive flags and keep well clear of both. alcohol, it can impair your decision making as well as increase your risk Avoid of hypothermia.

Imagine arriving in a country with your new husband or wife, unable to speak the local language. How would you do the shopping? How would you find out when the buses run and how to get a ticket? When Puri (pictured) first came to New Zealand from Spain more than 20 years ago, she was in just this position. Her inability in English was doubly frustrating because her excellent communication skills in Spanish had resulted in good jobs there. Coping with everyday situations might be reasonably straightforward, but what happens when you need to go to the doctor or the hospital for either yourself or your child? Or the Police want to interview you because you’ve observed a car accident? It’s on these occasions that an interpreter

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Wednesday January 13, 2016


What to look forward to in 2016

Sporting year highlights 2015 was one of the most successful years Wainuiomata has had in sporting arenas. From the rugby field to the boxing ring to the softball diamond, Wainuiomata was represented at a high level on regional, national and international levels. Wainuiomata High School Rugby Success The Wainuiomata High School First XV dominated their grade throughout the season, the side marched through the Murray Jensen Cup unbeaten, defeating Newlands College in the final. The side had three players selected for Wellington Schools Representative sides. The Girls First XV made the Premier One final, and also had players selected for Regional sides. Joel Evans off to World Championships Joel Evans made the trip to Canada with the New Zealand Black Sox for the Softball World Championships in June. He was part of the squad which finished second, losing in a closely fought final to the host nation. Joel was one of three players from the Hutt Valley to be selected in the squad, and performed well at the tournament. Boxing domination The Wainuiomata Boxing Club has had an amazing year, the clubs boxers winning titles and championships all around the country. Raymond Seumanu made the step to the international stage, winning the Australian

Golden Gloves title, along with his third New Zealand title. This year is looking to be an even better year than last, with trainers Craig Bennett, Rob Cameron and Rico Seumanu planning big things for the gym. Sieni makes Kiwi Ferns Wainiuomata High School Student Sieni Samau was selected for the New Zealand Kiwi Ferns Rugby League side. She did this after making the Wellington Representative squad in both Rugby Union and Rugby League. She was also named as Wainuiomata High School’s sportswoman of the year, along with receiving many other awards. Hockey Club returns with success The Wainuiomata Senior Hockey club returned after a 20 year hiatus, and returned with a bang. The side only lost one game all year, was promoted halfway through the season, then won the grade they were promoted to, earning them promotion for next season. This was done with a mixture of experienced players and talented high school students, in what proved to be an unstoppable combination.

Softball returns for the year Last weekend the Wainuiomata softball presidents destroyed the Hutt Valley Dodgers 17-2 in their final game of the first round. The result saw the side finish on top of the division in the first round, they now move onto the second round where they are scheduled to play the Hutt Valley Dodgers

again, this time at JMM at 1.15pm. It was not a very successful week for the womens teams, both going down in close matches. This week the two sides are also at JMM, The Rare Breeds play Hutt Valley Marist at 1.15pm, while Wainuiomata play the Hutt Valley Dodgers Divas at 3.15pm.

Sieni Samau

Sporting wise 2016 is all about one event, the Olympics in Rio. This takes place between August 5 and 21. If London 2012 is anything to go buy, the event will attract over 10,000 athletes and a television audience in the billions. The Olympics are the biggest sporting event every four years, nothing captivates the entire planet like the Olympic Games. The next biggest event is probably Euro 2016, Europe’s football championship involving 24 of the best teams in Europe. This, in some ways is more competitive than the football world cup. All the European nations are very good, there is hardly ever a mismatch. Euro takes place from June 10 to July 10 and is always full of action. Throughout June is the Copa America, South America’s football championship, which is as competitive as Euro. The Paralympics take place in September, and are nearly as popular as Euro. This is taking place in Rio and New Zealand generally does well in the Paralympics Games. The World T/20 takes place in India from March 11 to April 3, The World Rowing Championships are on just after the Olympics, being held in Rotterdam. For golfing fans, this year is when the Ryder Cup is held, this year Europe will face the United States in Minnesota over the first weekend in October. Along with these tournaments, we have the usual annual events. The Tour de France, the golf and tennis majors, the Melbourne Cup, the superbowl, the NBA finals, the NHL finals and the Baseball World Series Super Rugby brings in another three teams, the Juguares from Argentina, the Sun Wolves from Japan and the Kings from South Africa. The All Blacks will be facing Wales in three tests in June, play the Rugby Championship in the later part of winter before touring the northern hemisphere in November. The Black Caps continue their series against Sri Lanka before Pakistan and Australia turn up to wind up this summer. Throughout the year the side tours Zimbabwe, South Africa and India before returning home to host Pakistan and Bangladesh before the end of the year. 2016 is a rather large sporting year, for those who love sport it could be one of the biggest ever. What sporting event are you most looking forward to this year? Send your answers to

Wainuiomata High School HOMESTAYS FOR INTERNATIONAL & EXCHANGE STUDENTS Wainuiomata High School is looking at expanding their homestay base for hosting International and Exchange Students. Homes offering full board to International Students (short and long term) will be paid at the rate of $240 per week and $500 per Calendar month for Exchange Students. Ideally we are looking for families that have teenagers in the household although this is not a prerequisite. If you are interested in offering full board to an international student and would like to know more details, please contact Ali Saunders at: Phone: 04 938 3224 ext 7015 I Fax: 04 939 7016 I Mobile: 027 7568130 Email:


Wednesday January 13, 2016

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VILLAGE 31 Poole Crescent




Located on the very popular Poole Cres, this family home has so much to offer. 3 large dble brms, with 1 having semi ensuite, loads of storage throughout. The living areas truly are impressive in size, plus the kitchen also has a small lounge area for the family to watch you cook! But the true star of the show is the impressive living room.

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PENCARROW 55 Russell Road

PARKWAY 4 Konini Street

3 Generous Bedrooms Insulation & Heatpump New Carpet & New Roof Garaging & Fencing

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Paul Butcher p 04 564 5318 m 021 209 5645 e


3 Bedrooms Lounge opens out to conservatory Heated by woodburner Add your own style

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Linda Turner

Linda Turner

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PENCARROW 19 Trelawney Road






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This 3 bedroomed gem is ready and waiting for you! Featuring modern kitchen with dishwasher. Heated by heatpump, and double garaging plus carport out the back on a fully fenced section. Something to please the whole family! Be quick before it's gone.

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This 5 bedroom home is in need of a serious tidy up. This diamond in the rough could be a great sized family home. Current tenants are paying $480 per week on a fixed term until February. The double garage has been converted into a rumpus with toilet. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and uncover a great home.

Paul Butcher

Paul Butcher

p 04 564 5318 m 021 209 5645 e

p 04 564 5318 m 021 209 5645 e

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FERNLEA 16 Fraser Street


KARAKA 9 Maire Street






Great location, just walk to the Mall. 3 Bedroom home warmed by logburner. Spacious lounge and open plan kitchen/dining with bifold doors opening out to large deck area. Great sun, large section. HUGE garaging. Be quick this won't last.

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p 04 212 6797 m 021 650 555 e Tui Reid Wayne Barton p 04 564 5127 m 021 744 116 e

A family approved location, a family approved property presenting an outstanding opportunity. Good sized bathrooms, separate living and positioned well on flat, fenced section. Some potential to still realise, but welcome good proximity to local schools and a local convenience store a few moments away.

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Wayne Barton p 04 564 5127 m 021 744 116 e p 04 212 6797 m 021 650 555 e Tui Reid

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PENCARROW 45 Trelawney Road 3 Bedrooms 1084 sqm Section Fully Fenced Double Garage

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Paul Butcher p 04 564 5318 e

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COAST 91 Coast Road 3 Bedroom, Elevated Open Plan Kitchen Spacious Lounge Logburner

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Wayne Barton p 04 564 5127 Tui Reid p 04 212 6797

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CENTRAL 14 Isabel Grove 4 Bedrooms Rumpus Room to Pool Amazing Kitchen 2 Modern Bathrooms

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Wayne Barton p 04 564 5127 Tui Reid p 04 212 6797

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ARAKURA 252a Wellington Road 2 Bedroom Unit Fully Fenced Section New Carpet and Lino Heatpump

Asking price $178,000 Online

Paul Butcher p 04 564 5318 e

10 Wainuiomata Road, Wainuiomata

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