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By Aaron Meredith Melanie and Mallard for help. are one step Nathan Gardner It is only sinceMila he got involved closer to getting their daughter to America Speeding buses and a lack of the bus company hasa responded. for life changing surgery, following successful parking are two of the problemseventThe kindergarten fundraising at the weekend. has two signs facing teachers, parents and baby warning thecerebral centre, Wainuiomata Miladrivers suffers of from children in earlypalsy childhood and desperately needswere life changing but these only put surgery up after centres in Wainuiomata. that will reduceaher pain andhitallow child was by aher cartoa one few day walk. There is little to no road signs years back. Unfortunately available in outside of many centres in the the “It surgery is only isa not matter of time New to Zealand Mila and her family will need valley warning drivers slow and before someone gets hit again.” to travel to St Louis in America for the rare down. says head teacher Chris Moses. treatment.has Jack and Jill Kindergarten “I understand the drivers are on page been fighting with New Zealand Continued on a schedule, but 2they are going Buses for many years, finally so fast.” asking Hutt SouthMila MPand Trevor her father Nathan, at Sunday’s fundraiser. Continued on page 2 PHOTO CREDIT: SAM SCOTT Jack and Jill Kindergarten Teacher Rosanne with three students at the Early Childhood Centre.

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After an extremely successful four years, those involved with the Wainuiomata Pacific Education Success Initiative are looking forward to the year ahead. Wainuiomata Pacific Education Success Initiative (WaiPESI) was formed four years ago by a group of intermediate school teachers who wanted to help parents and their children in the Pacific Island community with their learning. ‘Growing Stronger Together’

meet-ups are held on the second Tuesday of each month and homework, literacy, numeracy and learning programme is held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Both take place at the Wainuiomata Library and are well attended by parents and their children. Board member Bruce Roberts said after a successful year in 2015, they were looking forward to the year ahead. One of WaiPESI’s biggest achievements this year was acquiring major funding from J R McKenzie Trust, he said.

Prior to this, board members and volunteers were relying on the support of local businesses and at times, were digging into their own pockets. “We’ve got enough money now for the next four years to fund all of our projects.” Bruce said this year they would also like to see more people volunteer their time to the initiative. “It has grown and grown and grown to the point we really need more volunteers to help us connect with these families and kids. “If anybody wants to know

what we are, or what we are about, they can show up on a Tuesday.” Bruce said WaiPESI has taught local kids how to be confident in themselves and their learning. “The biggest thing we have accomplished is that selfconfidence, where kids believe in themselves. That is the hardest thing with kids sometimes – you can see their potential but it is about getting them to see their potential.”  For more information head to the WaiPESI Facebook page.


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Mila’s family have already raised $100,000 towards the cost of the surgery and are now just $15,000 short of their target. On Sunday, the Wainuiomata Motorcycle Club held a fundraiser in support of Mila. The fundraiser involved a convoy of more than 200 cars and motorbikes from the Fitz-

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had both been blown away by the community’s support. “It’s hard not to cry at these things especially when you see how many people are involved,” Melanie said. She thanked the Wainuiomata Motorcycle Club, as well as local businesses, for all their overwhelming support. Melanie said the couple

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Residents hear about plan for pathway Wainuiomata residents had the opportunity to hear from experts and talk to their elected officials at the Wainuiomata Shared Wednesday November 4, 2015 3 pathway information evening last Tuesday. At last week’s meeting residents received information about the proposed project timing, viewed draft design concept plans and asked questions about the operation of the shared pathway. The four metre wide shared This Saturday Wainuiomata Primary pathway will provide a consistSchool is hosting a School Gala. ent, connected safe shared The school is and fundraising so that all path between Lower Hutt the senior students get theand opportuWainuiomata for access across nity to go the school camp this year. the hill, bybe foottaking or by bike. This will place down the The pathway will fully school between 2 andbe 6pm on Satursealed and include a roadside day. barrier and improved lighting  For more information about this on bothcontact sides of Wainuioplease thethe school. mata Hill Road. Mayor of Lower Hutt, Ray The first stage of the project Wallace, outlined the great is still currently in the consulbenefits to the community and tation phase and if going to the importance of improving plan, resource consent will be safety. lodged with Greater Wellington “I can certainly see the need News Last week the Wainuiomata Regional Council and Hutt City for a wider, shared path-wasCouncil reported thatsafer Lynette Stewart in in March. away. phot with Bonnie MacBeth when it The first phase focuses on “This is part of a city-wide the Lower Hutt side of the hill, was Cherrie Tinetti. improvement and work walk-in the Cherie did a to lotcycle of hard the new pathway will run from process of Iplanning for the to jubilee ways, and am very excited Gracefield (Gracefield Road/ and school would like to thank havethe a better connected, active Bell Road) and follow the road her for this. transport option for this com- up to the Wainuiomata Hill munity and the wider Hutt Road Summit. Valley.” The second phase will see

inbrief news Youth Get Your Talent On There will be a youth talent quest on Saturday March 19 from 11am-4pm at the Queen Street Reserve. This will be an opportunity for youth aged 12-24 to show their talent and support the “Ha-Breath of Life” vision for Wainuiomata. To register visit the Wainuiomata Library before the March 11. For more information contact Te Puea Morgan on 021 048 7238.

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Hutt City Council will be hosting a Youth Hui on Friday March 18 from 5.30pm-7pm. This will take place at Sacred Heart College, Laings Road, Lower Hutt. It will be an opportunity to meet the youth council, Youth Infusion, and find out how to have your say in what goes on in the Hutt region. For more information email or visit their Facebook page.

the path extended down the Wainuiomata side of the hill to Parkway and the community will receive more information about how to be involved later in the year. Council acknowledged that while constructing the Wainuiomata side of the hill first would have been preferable, there are various engineering challenges to work through on the challenging terrain that require more planning. The Lower Hutt side is less

complex and is being constructed first to prevent any delays to the project. Council anticipates that phase one work will begin mid-2016, while phase two will commence in 2017. Both stages will take approximately six months to complete.  If any members of the community want more information, they can contact senior project engineer Simon Cager, at simon.cager@huttcity.govt. nz

Summer in Dowse Square Summer in Dowse Square will be finishing on Saturday March 19. Hosted by the Hutt City Council, these free and unique lunchtime concerts take place from 12pm each Saturday in Dowse Square. This Saturday February 27 enjoy music from Hutt Valley Community Choir, Arohanui Strings and the Faultline Chorus then get on film with a green screen interactive experience hosted by FilmforChange.

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Wainuiomata High School has added a popular new programme to the mix this year which encourages students to follow the pathway ‘from learning to earning’. The college now offers the vocational pathways programme to its senior school students. Vocational Pathways provides a new way for students to gain NCEA credits and allows them an opportunity to see how their learning and achievement is valued in the

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Dog owners can now enjoy more relaxed rules in Lower Hutt after the Dog Control Bylaw 2015 was accepted by the Hutt City Council. This comes after recommendations were made to the council by the Policy and Regulatory Subcommittee. The bylaw relaxes some rules and allows dogs that are on-leash to be in Jackson Street, Petone, on the corner of Rimu and Oroua Streets, Days Bay, and the shopping centre at 157 Wainuiomata Road, for a trial period of 12 months. A pilot of a fenced dog park on Pohutukawa Street in Lower Hutt will not go ahead after the site was deemed unsuitable. Council will now consult with the community in March on a fenced dog park at McEwan Park in Petone. Other changes include the addition of a trial dog exercise area in Days Bay, and the clarification of 38 dog exercise areas across the city. An interactive map identifying all new and existing dog exercise areas can be found at huttcity. The council welcomes on-going feedback from residents to ensure the changes are working and are beneficial to both dog owners and other members of the community. Feedback on the trial areas can be sent to

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A crafty pair of local women are putting their knitting needles to work and it’s all for a good cause. Carole Taylor and Louisa Burns meet each Wednesday afternoon at the Wainuiomata Library as part of a local craft group. The women are in the process of making as many ‘TwiddleMuffs’ as they can, to donate to those who suffer from dementia. Twiddlemuffs are a double thickness hand muff with ‘bits and bobs’ attached inside and out. They are designed to be a stimulating activity and are recognised as being a great therapeutic tool for people with dementia. “The idea is you sew bits and pieces on it and then they just fiddle with it,” Carole said. The pair have been knitting for the last six weeks and with the help of Louisa’s daughter have already made almost two dozen of the muffs. The women have dropped the Twiddlemuffs to Knit World in Lower Hutt. The local business is hoping to collect and distribute 1000 Twiddlemuffs by the end of May. Carole and Louisa have been using their own supplies to make to Twiddlemuffs, but the pair were now asking for donations of “bits and bobs” from the community. Carole Taylor and Louisa Burns are creating Twiddlemuffs to donate to people suffering from dementia.

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Q: What sort of shops would you like to see in the Wainui Mall?

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“Would be nice to have a nice dress shop- one that’s not too cheap but not too expensive either”

”More clothing shops, maybe a bigger store like Rebel Sport. A nice café like Robert Harris would be good.”

“More versatile shops like clothing stores and shoe shops. Another supermarket would be good, so would an activity centre for kids.”

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Jessy Quirke, Waiuiomata “Something a bit different would be good. Would be nice if all of the shops were closer together and if the bank was inside the mall.”

LETTERS to the editor Letters on issues of community interest are welcomed. Guidelines are that they should be no longer than 150 words. They must be signed and a street address provided to show good faith, even if a nom de plume is provided for publication. The editor reserves the right to abridge letters or withhold unsuitable letters from publication. Send or fax them to the address on page two, or email them to aaron@ Please note that your name and street address must also be provided in e mails.

Educational exchange opportunity Teachers and students are encouraged to take up the opportunity to go on exchange to Lower Hutt’s sister cities in Japan and America. Mayor of Lower Hutt, Ray Wallace, has invited all interested teachers and students along with their families, to attend an Educational Exchange Expo and find out more about three exciting exchange programmes for teachers and students to Minoh City in Osaka, Japan and Tempe, Arizona in America. Mayor Wallace said Tempe and Minoh were fascinating cities, and a big change from Lower Hutt. “For students it’s a real eye opener into another culture and for teachers it is a really inspiring professional and personal experience. We enjoy a great relationship with our sister cities, and the personal connections made on these exchanges really strengthens that.” Mr Wallace will be joined at the expo by representatives from Sister Cities New Zealand, The US Embassy and The Embassy of Japan.  The Lower Hutt Sister City Educational Exchange Expo will take place on Wednesday, March 2 at the Dowse Art Museum, Laings Rd, from 6.30pm. Please register your interest in attending by Friday, with by contacting linda.

Enhance our communities wellbeing... Dear Ed, I was somewhat surprised to see prospective council candidate Josh Briggs doesn’t believe Wainuiomata has a fair deal from Hutt City Council. As deputy chair of the council’s City Development Committee, I can say that over the past five years Wainuiomata has been well served by council. As deputy chair of Wainuiomata Community Board, Josh has participated in a council-backed group that has engaged with a very large

number of residents to work on the revitalisation of the community. The Pukeatua bridge and shared pathways, upgrading the mountain bike and BMX parks, new toilets and the development of Sportsville are just some of the improvements either completed or underway. Council has also worked with determination to enable the establishment of a retirement village in our community. While I understand Josh’s concern about social deprivation,

the council has worked through the Wainuiomata Community Hub in partnership with a range of services, including the very successful Mayor’s Taskforce for Jobs, a pilot for similar initiatives around the city. Also, Waipesi is enjoying huge success with education in Pacific families, and Kokiri Marae’s Ti Hei Rangatahi programme serves youth and their families. This kind of collaboration is developing further through the social services network

that meets monthly at the hub. There may still be gaps that appear to be unaddressed, but community-led collaborative partnerships with council support are the key to real community development. As local councillor I will continue to support the development of inspired initiatives that address inequalities and enhance our community wellbeing. Margaret Willard Hutt City Councillor for Wainuiomata Ward

Council confirms annual plan priorities Rates will increase by 2.7 per cent this year as part of the Hutt City Council’s Annual Plan 2016/17. The council met last Tuesday to sign off the draft budget for the 2016/17 financial year and a rates increase of 2.7 per cent was agreed upon. This was in line with what was approved in the 2015/16 Long Term Plan, but was 1.6 per cent above the council’s Financial Strategy target.

This is the final year of three, where a one per cent increase in rates has been included to fund the range of rejuvenation projects currently being worked on throughout the city. Hutt City Council’s chief executive, Tony Stallinger, said, “the proposed rates increase allows council to continue to invest in our city, keep rates increases at one of the lowest levels in the region and meet the debt limits that

we set out in 2015”. Mayor of Lower Hutt Ray Wallace said council projects that were underway were ambitious and made up part of a programme of revitalisation that would upgrade facilities and stimulate economic growth city-wide. The council has proposed consulting on a variety of issues. The three largest in financial terms were CBD parking, the Stokes Valley Hub

and strategic city promotion and events. Community consultation through the Annual Plan process will take place from Tuesday, March 29 until Friday, April 29. Following the consultation period, council will hear from members of the public who choose to speak on their submission. The council will adopt the Annual Plan and budget on Thursday, June 23.

Three largest council issues in financial terms: • CBD Parking – $925,000 Council estimates the annual cost of first hour free parking in time restricted parks in the CBD will be $925,000 per annum. • Stokes Valley Hub – $3 to $4 million Council has $2 million already allocated to strengthen existing library and hall

facilities in Stokes Valley. But work is underway on designs to move multiple community facilities into an integrated hub that will meet the needs of future generations. Consultation is underway in Stokes Valley to identify key community needs. An additional $3 to $4 million is proposed

to design, build and open the hub. • Strategic City Promotions and Events $120,000 per annum for five years In light of the major rejuvenation projects underway there will be more facilities capable of hosting multi-day conferences, ex-

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Wednesday February 24, 2016


Sport Stacking to Victory The 2016 Wellington Sports Stacking Championships will be happening on Saturday March 5 at Taita College. The tournament is open to competitors aged two to 60. Regional tournaments, such as this one, are considered to be a great space to start competing with fellow stackers. Sport stacking is an exciting individual and team sport where participants stack and unstack 12 specially designed plastic cups in a predetermined sequence. It has been featured on television shows such as; Pukana, TV3’s Campbell Live, and TV3 News. Competitors are coming from

all over New Zealand and will be competing for this year’s title of the “2016 Wellington Regional Sport Stacking All-Round Champion”. The youngest competitor in this year’s competition is three years old. The 2016 New Zealand Black Stacks team will be competing in this tournament before heading off to the 2016 World Sport Stacking Championships in Germany at the end of March. Novices to stacking are welcome and encouraged to participate. There will be a special part of the tournament for novices of all ages to start stacking. They will not

have to compete against those in the experienced section. Trophies, medals and certificates will be up for grabs in both the novice and experienced sections. There will be team events, doubles events and individual events as part of the tournament.  For more information contact Deidre Ah Wong (WSSA NZ) on 577 1712 or visit Registrations close Monday February 29. Spectators are welcome for a Gold Coin Donation. Doors open at 9am.


Sports talk…


Jacob Page

Bye-bye brilliant 'Baz' Brendon McCullum will go down as a better captain than he was a batsman. As the man known as 'Baz' finishes up his 14 year career this week in the second and final test against Australia at Christchurch's Hagley Oval, it's apparent we have seen one of the most internationally respected players across three formats of the modern game. His 302 against India, two years ago was sublime, his crash and bash approach to opening during the World Cup last year was one of the main reasons the Black Caps made the final, but that brilliance has been surrounded by frustrating 30s and 40s cut too short. However, his captaincy has been revolutionary. His aggressive field placing and bowling changes have taken the art of wicket taking back into the spotlight. To his credit, McCullum has always valued taking a wicket at the expense of giving away the odd boundary. It's good sense if you have the bowlers who can get breakthroughs and with quick bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee he has two reliable opening bowlers

which few New Zealand captains have had before him. He has made the most of the weapons in his arsenal and when you're the captain of New Zealand, you'll always have to take risks as a captain to make up for the occasional lack of world class players. McCullum has also led from the front in the field. Despite his bad back which forced him to give up wicket keeping, he's been the first one to dive on the boundary rope to prevent a run. Forever polarising, McCullum did what few others have last year during the World Cup- he united New Zealand behind the cricket team. The whole country believed they could win the World Cup. His captaincy and the 302 against India is his legacy. The Kane Williamson captaincy era will probably be more conservative but he will have learnt a lot from McCullum's theories on the game. To his credit, the outgoing captain has left New Zealand Cricket in a much healthier place than when he arrived and that's always important.

Jade Priest goes for a pin attempt at last September’s show.

Wrestlemania comes to Wainuiomata By Nikki Papatsoumas

Back by popular demand, New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling is coming to Wainuiomata this weekend. Wrestlers from all across the Wellington region would take part in this weekend’s show at the Wainuiomata Community Hall, as well as some from across Auckland. Wainuiomata wrestler Jade Priest, 17, who is part of the Petone NZ WPW club, said

shows in front of a home crowd were always his favourite. Jade was involved in last September’s show which took place in front of sell-out crowds of kids and adults. “We always get the best crowds in Wainuiomata. There are always heaps of kids who are interested and the adults get into it as well.” Jade started wrestling fouryears-ago and will be part of the title match on Saturday night. “I have been pretty nervous

leading onto this week. I get especially nervous with Wainuiomata shows because they are my favourite to take part in. The promotion comes to Wainuiomata once a year, but events are held through the Wellington region each month.  The show will take place at the Wainuiomata Community Hall this Saturday, February 27. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost $10 for children and $15 for adults.

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