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Wainuiomata Squash Club Board of Trustee Elections AGM Nominations are invited for the election of seven parent representatives to the Board of Trustees. A nomination 7.00pmform and a notice calling for nominations be posted to all Monday 30th will November eligible voters.

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Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office, by emailing the Board Corner of Main Road at bot@stants.school.nz or downloading from the school website. and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata Nominations close at noon on Friday 20th May 2016 and must be accompanied by a signed candidate’s statement.

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Three new bicycle parks or ‘corrals’ are due to be installed in Ghuznee, Cuba and Wigan St to meet an increasing demand for places to leave bikes in the central city. The council’s transport and urban development committee chair, Councillor Andy Foster, said while bike corrals were new to Wellington they had been installed in many cycle-friendly cities throughout the world. “The council is keen to encourage more people to cycle in Wellington and there are a number of designated bike-parking areas and facilities, including around 300 bike racks and cycle hoops in the central city and suburbs.” The Ghuznee St bike park would apA solid pear on the north side of the street near the Cuba St intersection on an existing

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no-stopping zone. There will be space for 10 bikes. The Cuba St corral would take over an under-used loading zone near the Vivian St intersection and there will be 14 parking spaces. The Wigan St corral will be installed outside the Light House Cinema and there would be six parks available. The Wellington City Council said no parking was being lost at the Ghuznee St or Wigan St sites. However, the bike parking corral on Cuba St would replace one car park and a short loading zone. Contractors installed the bike corrals on Ghuznee Street and Cuba Street last week. They will be installed at Wigan Street in the next few weeks. Corral parking is free of charge.

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