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Continued from page 1 “There won’t be many 18 year olds there. They’ll all be around 20 to 30,” he said. Keegan said he had been “training harder” in preparation for the tournament. “My dream was to go to the Olympic trials… anything is possible.” He said even if he did not make the Olympics this year the tournament was good preparation for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. His coach, Billy Graham, said he was certain Keegan would make it to the Olympics one day. Billy said Keegan had

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Teens wanted to have their say By Emma McAuliffe

Teenagers will have the opportunity to have their say when it comes to what they would like to see at their local library. Wainuiomata Library children and teens librarian, Alexia Herrera, is in the process of starting a Teen Suggestion Panel. The panel would see young people in the valley meet up and discuss the events and programmes they wanted to see for their age group at Wainuiomata Library. Alexia said she was hoping to “drum up interest” in the community and would visit local

schools in the coming weeks. As well as gauging what it was teenagers wanted from their library, Alexia said she was hoping the group would be a “nice social space for [teenagers] to meet”. At this stage, Alexia said she was still debating how regular group meetings would be. However, there was one thing she was sure of. “There will be pizza [at the meetings]… after the important stuff though.”  For more information or to get involved contact Alexia at alexia.herrera@huttcity.govt. nz with your name and age.

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Hutt City’s youth was one of the main topics of discussion at Chris Bishop’s regular morning tea meetup last week. The Hutt South List MP hosts a morning tea at various locations around the area every six weeks. Last week’s get together was held at Louise Bilderbeck Hall. This was his second morning tea held in Wainuiomata. In his introductory speech he told his audience one of his main passions is youth in the region. “Some of you will know I’m really

passionate about our young people. [I think] young people get a bad rap”, he said. He said this inspired him to start the Hut City Youth Awards in 2015. Chris said these award went from “strength to strength” and would be returning in 2016. Chris was joined by his colleague, Alfred Ngaro, who entertained the audience with stories about his life in Auckland. Following the speeches Alfred and Chris took questions from the community about issues in Wainuiomata and the Wellington region.

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Tributes have been pouring in for much loved member of the Wainuiomata community, Terry Bishop. Terry died earlier this month in hospital after a battle with illness. He had just turned 61-years-old. Terry was known as a vibrant and friendly member of the community and as a great supporter of the Wainuiomata Rugby League Club. Speaking to the Wainuiomata News, Terry’s mother, Ana, said he was born in Auckland in 1955. He had lived in Wainuiomata, next door to Arakura School, for 26 years, she said. Tributes for the community stalwart appeared on social media following the news of his death last week. On Facebook, residents called Terry a “lovely, gentle man”, “a good man”, “friendly” and “loyal and hearty”. Neighbours remembered him as a keen church goer and a big rugby league fan. Following his death, his coffin was carried around Wise Park by members of his family and the rugby league club. He has since

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Wainuiomata High School students celebrated Pi Day last week. Pi Day is the celebration of the number 3.14 and takes place in America on March 14. The High School’s celebration took place with the inaugural Year 10 Pi This Saturday Wainuiomata Primary competition. School is hosting a School Gala. Students were given the task of memoThe school is fundraising so decimal that all rising as many of the infinite the senior students get the opportuplaces of Pi as they could and competed nity to go the school camp this year. against each other in their classes. This will be taking place down the The winner from each class went school between 2 and 6pm on Saturthrough to the fi nal round of the comday. petition, the final winner hadthis the  For where more information about opportunity to throw a cream pie at the please contact the school. losing teacher. The winning student was Julia Manlangit who recited approximately 163 decimal places. Individual class winners were Sefo Soanai, Zane Humphrey, Trey Norman and Telesia Tupou. Last week the Wainuiomata News Mr Smith wonLynette the teacher’s side of in the reported that Stewart was competition and recited 180 when decimal a phot with Bonnie MacBeth it places. was Cherrie Tinetti. Head ofdid Maths Peter Free, Cherie a lotdepartment, of hard work in the was the victim to four cream pies. process of planning for the jubilee Assistant head of department, Reegan and the school would like to thank Stewart said “The students were chalher for this. lenged, learnt something some of them never thought they could, and all demonstrated great Manaakitanga by supporting each other in the final.”

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WaiPESI’s ‘Play Day’ took place at the Wainuiomata Community Centre last week, in an effort to see all children in the valley enrolled in early childcare programmes. WaiPESI, Wainuiomata Pacific Education Success Initiative, is a Wainuiomata group passionate about education in all ages ranging from before school to tertiary studies and beyond. The Play Day, which takes place twice a year, had a range of activities on offer including free food, a bouncy castle and a cafe for adults to relax in. WaiPESI member, Louana Freuan, said the day was about

networking to find out which children were not involved in early childhood education. “We’re not here for ourselveswe’re here for wherever the children want to go. “Different centres come down and bring the kids. [The] whole day is to raise education success in Pasifika and all families”, she said. There were representative tables at the events for many organisations around Wainuiomata, including the Wainuiomata Library, Pacific Health Service, Creators at Home and Hutt City Kindergartens. Louana said the stalls were not there to advertise themselves but to engage with children and their families.

Neighbours across Wainuiomata have been enjoying Sunday barbecues throughout March. The barbecues were organised by Hutt South MP Trevor Mallard, Hutt City Councillor Campbell Barry and Community Board Member Josh Briggs in an effort to bring neighbours together. Campbell said he came up with the idea last year to engage people with their neighbours and the Wainuiomata Community Board. “We thought it’d be a good way to get neighbours together- it’s something that doesn’t happen enough these days. “What better way to get neighbours together than on a casual Sunday

afternoon.” Josh said the idea was to get neighbours “discussing the issues of the day”. “We get people who haven’t seen each other for years coming together over food”, Josh said. He said the barbecues were selffunded but it was cheap and worth it to bring neighbours together. At the Homedale Village neighbourhood barbecue, which took place earlier this month, issues discussed included speeding and noisy motorbikes. Campbell said around 100 sausages were cooked. -The next Neighbourhood Barbecue will take place on Sunday, April 3 on Lees Grove.


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Purita Kong, Wainuiomata Easter means to me having fun. Good Friday to me means spending time with my family.

Raashna Chand, Wainuiomata Easter to me means chocolates and Easter egg hunts because I’m not Catholic. Good Friday means to me a Holiday.

Theodore Robinson, Wainuiomata Good Friday and Easter means to me to reflect on what Jesus did for us. To celebrate the Good News.

Kaelin van-Driel, Wainuiomata Easter means to me spending time with my family because God sacrificed his son for us and we don’t have our families for long so we should spend time with them while we can.

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Wednesday March 23, 2016


Hockey back for the year By Emma McAuliffe

Hockey season is around the corner and some of the Wainuiomata Senior Women’s team have been preparing by taking part in a national tournament. At the beginning of March three members of the squad, Whitney Morgan, Jo Martin and Kirsten O’Donnell, went to Nelson to compete in the National Masters’ tournament. The trio played in the Wellington 35+ womens team which finished the tournament in third place. Jo said out of the six games they played, the team had “three wins, two losses and a draw.” The trio said they were very grateful to the Wainuiomata com-

munity for their support when they fundraised to get to the tournament. Last year was the club’s first time having a senior women’s team in 20 years and the team did exceptionally well, they said. “We advanced a grade at the beginning of last season and won the grade we advanced to which means we get to start in the Premier 3 division this year”, Kirsten said. They said they could not have been so successful without the support of their sponsors. The trio said they were looking forward to what 2016 brings for the team and the club’s new social team. Kirsten said goals for the year included moving the senior women’s team up to “Premier 2 and to

maintain a second team for social players.” She said they were also raising money for a turf in Wainui. “Wainui High School has kindly given us space at the college to put turf on. In 2014 we had enough money to cover a third of the area which our juniors and secondary school teams have been utilising,” Whitney said. She said they would continue to fundraise for the rest of the year to complete the remaining area.  The club is still looking for players. To register or for more information contact Whitney at or visit the ‘Wainuiomata Hockey Club Senior Womens Team’ Facebook page.

Wainuiomata Women’s Rugby Set their Sights on Division 1 The Wainuiomata women’s rugby team has finished their pre-season campaign with two wins and a session with Black Fern’s conditioning trainer, Jamie Tout, and they look to return to the top division this year. Their first win was a convincing repeat of the division two final. Wainuiomata held Poneke scoreless and tried new combinations in both the front row and the inside backs to great success. A late withdrawal by Northern United saw Wainuiomata face the other division one finalists, Oriental Rongotai in their second pre-season game. The encounter was won early as the ‘Ories’ were quick to get on the scoreboard, their backline was sharp following a successful 7s season. Wainuiomata were able to pull the score line back in the third and fourth quarter. The last preseason was a local match up against Hutt Old Boys Marist. The team was one to beat if Wainui were to return to division one this year. Wainuiomata held Hutt Old Boys Marist scoreless in the encounter. It was a game played and won in the

forwards, with Hutt Old Boys Marist packing down no less than eight different front row combinations. Wainuiomata’s fitness again proved the difference as did a good showing by newcomers Maria Alesana and Shalom Brown. The Women’s grade first round, the Fleur Trophy, is due to kick off 2 April and the draw is still yet to be released.

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against their mediocre fellow-Australian franchises. More games against the weaker teams means more easy wins and more bonus points which adds up by the end of the season. I understand local games rate well but the old theory of play everyone and have no excuses still rings true. Super Rugby has too many teams as it is. While the Sunwolves from Japan and Argentina's Jaguares are good additions for the world game, 18 teams dilutes the product. Australia and South Africa do not have the depth of players needed to have five competitive teams. It's similar to New Zealand's lack of netball depth which gets shown up in the teams-Tasman netball competition with the underperforming Central Pulse and Mainland Tactix. The Kiwis are disadvantaged and the Aussie's are getting an easier run. No surprises there, though, right?

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This lovely 135m2 family home sitting on 1025m2 is seriously on the market with so much to offer. Spacious open plan living, polished wooden floors and 2.7 high stud. There are 3 bedrooms with a super spacious master. There won't be any queues with two separate toilets/bathrooms. Combine all the indoor and outdoor space with LED lighting.

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Buying a home in such a central location guarantees you excellent sun all year round. The property offers 4 bedrooms, lovely modern kitchen and a large lounge opening out to a private garden setting. One run carpet throughout, 2 heatpumps and a pellet fire for the winter months. Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac.

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With the beach calling, we have had a complete renovation to offer the next buyer a lovely, modern family home. This includes new kitchen, new bathrooms, fresh paint throughout, new drapes, lino and carpet (new carpet to be laid). Insulated top and bottom, the heat pump is an additional bonus. The property is your standard 3 bedroom.

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