Page 1


Double glazed windows & doors, locally manufactured in Wainuiomata Y OWainui UR LOCAL Fairview

GET CASH NOW! Up to $999* for any small vehicle For any Van, Ute, Truck, 4WD From $500 - $10,000*

W W W .W S N . C O . N Z



W W W.W S N . C O . N Z

04 564 9669 Unit 8, 29 Parkway

Wednesday,4 15 June, 2016 Wednesday, November, 2015

Today 7-16 Today 7-13

Thursday 9-13 Thursday 6-12

Friday 11-14 Friday 9-15


Damaged, Mechanical, De-registered, Crashed, No WOF No Problem “ALL WELCOME”. *For selected models only.

Call Now 0800 71 72 73 or 021 663 254 Same day service

Saturday 11-15 Saturday 11-14

Speed limits Buses and Parking major problem for child care centres

Floated like a butterfly

Trevor MALLARD MP for Hutt South



(A Division of Virdave Holdings Ltd)

Phone: 587 Phone: 587 1660 1660

By Aaron Meredith

Mallard for help. It is only since he got involved Speeding buses and a lack of the bus company has responded. By Emma e parking are twoMcAuliff of the problems The kindergarten has two signs facing teachers, parents and warning drivers of the centre, A local man has special reason tothese reflectwere on the lifeput andup death children in early childhood but only afterof boxing legend Muhammad Ali. centres in Wainuiomata. a child was hit by a car a few 3 following long battle with Parkinson’s DisThereAli is died littleon to June no road signs ayears back. ease. His funeral was held at the weekend at Cave Hill Cemetery outside of many centres in the “It is only a matter of time in Kentucky, America, and boxing fans around the globe have valleycome warning drivers to slow before someone gets hit again.” together to mourn his loss. down. Wainuiomata man Michael Ngarotata says head teacher Moses. was one ofChris the first people Jacktoand Jill Kindergarten has “I understand the drivers are meet Ali when he came to New Zealand for the first and only been time fighting with New Zealand on a schedule, but they are going in 1979. Continued on page 2 Buses for many years, finally so fast.” asking Hutt South MP Trevor Continued page MEETING A LEGEND: Michael Ngarotata recalls on when he2met Muhammad Ali. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe

Jack and Jill Kindergarten Teacher Rosanne with three students at the Early Childhood Centre.

Quality Legal Services

THE MARKET’S HOT 564 4988 Electorate Clinics For any issues you’d like to talk about

All small Japanese Diesel Servicing Full Mechanical & Lubricant Services Pre-purchase Checks Auto Electrical All Work Guaranteed WOF

Family Law | Elder Law Property Law | Family Trusts Future Planning | Estates Business & Commercial Law Dispute Resolution & Litigation

If you’re thinking of selling, give me a call today Tel: 564 8613 Fax: 564 9185 E:

5 Simmons Grove, Wainuiomata

Paul Butcher Licensed Real Estate Salesperson OILS



ARL Lawyers

31 Queen Street | Wainuiomata T 04 566 6777 | F 04 569 3354 |



Wednesday June 15, 2016

How to reach us

Phone (04) 587 1660 Address: 23 Broderick Rd, Johnsonville P.O. Box 38-776, WMC 5045 Fax: (04) 587 1661 SALES:

Anne Nicholas E: P: 587 1660 REPORTER:

Emma McAuliffe E: P: 587 1660 NATIONAL

Bishop hits town By Emma McAuliffe

Businesses in the village are set to get a new neighbour soon as National List MP Chris Bishop prepares to gain a new office. Mr Bishop signed the lease for the new office last week. He said in a post on his public Facebook page he had been working to change the National Party’s lack of presence in Wainuiomata since his election campaign in 2014. As part of this he has been a regular attendee of Development Wainuiomata’s business breakfasts and supported both the Future’s Programme

and the Wainuiomata High School Stage Challenge team. Mr Bishop said the office would help him “better service the people of Wainui”. He said through the office people would be able to get assistance with issues such as child support and WINZ. “I’m pretty excited by it. It shows my commitment to the community,” he said. Mr Bishop’s office will be opening in the next few weeks. NEW NEIGHBOUR: Chris Bishop will be opening an office in Wainuiomata. PHOTO: Supplied.


Sam Barnes E: P: 587 1660 Production: Published by Wellington Suburban Newspapers Ltd Les & Katrina Whiteside

ABC Audit 2012: 6,456 copies weekly Wainuiomata News The largest circulating newspaper in Wainuiomata


Wainui Family Store

Floated like a butterfly Continued from page 1 He said he and his cousin, Dennis Wright, went to meet the sporting giant at Wellington Airport when he touched down in the capital. The two followed Ali through to the car park where Ali spoke to Dennis then pointed Michael out in the crowd and beckoned for him to come over. “I just about fell over. He was a gentle man. A big man. My God, he was big,” Michael said. Michael said he shook Ali’s hand and hugged him. Ali then initiated a spar by pretending there was a car behind Michael- this moment was on the front page of a newspaper the following day. Michael said he was surprised Ali was so down to Earth and

Waste Management Did you know?!

We need your unwanted quality clothes We collect donated goods Ph 564-4065

Open Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm Sat 9.30am - 12.30pm

Free Smiles :)

• Waste Management employs over 50 people from the Wainui community • 3 of the 4 contractors servicing waste collections in Wainui on a Friday live in Wainui • Waste Management collect the Council bags and the kerbside recycling in Wainui for the community • The Wheelibin company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Waste Management So before you sign up for a Wheelibin service or renew your current service, think about supporting the company that supports your community.

was picked up from the airport by a Holden Statesman, not a limousine. Michael said he wished he had met the “great” again however, he never got the chance. He said he wrote to Ali on his 70th birthday in 2012 but never heard back and was sad to hear he had died earlier this month. Michael said since meeting the legend he had made calendars of the star for his friends and family across the country. He even named his grandson Cassius Marcellus after Ali’s birth name. “I shook the hands of the man who shook the world. There are no other words to describe him. [He was] the butterfly that will never lose its flutter,” he said.

Petone Law 240 Jackson Street

(upstairs opposite the clocktower) We offer a full range of legal services including... • Buying & Selling Property • Family Trusts / Estates • Family and Relationship Problems

Go online at or or ring us on 5683550

Contact: Johanne Greally (Associate) Vicki Nathan (Associate) Brendan McDonnell (Principal)

You will find our prices competitive and we will endeavour to match any competitor’s price

P: 939 6818 F: 939 6819 E:

Wednesday June 15, 2016

Third place winners

inbrief news Kaumatua day

By Emma McAuliffe

Wainuiomata High School students had a lot to celebrate last week after coming third in the Wellington regional Stage Challenge. Fifteen high schools from around the region took part in the performance competition. Tawa College won on the night and Upper Hutt College placed second. As well as coming third in the competition Wainuiomata High School won five other awards. The school received excellence awards in costume and characters, visual enhancements and soundtrack. It was the only High School to win the award for soundtrack. The team also took out two big awards- the Spirit of Stage Challenge Award and the Community Excellence Award. Tea m memb er, Ni m ish Gounder, said the Spirit of Stage Challenge Award was the award the team was the most proud of as it had been voted by the other schools involved. “We gave people apples, pizza. We gave teams standing ovations. We also showed a lot of spirit for our school,” Ruby Gardner, a fellow student added. Teacher, Ashley Bell, said the school had applied for the Community Excellence

A special Kaumatua Day took place at the Wainuiomata Marae on June 1 as Kaumatua had the opportunity to visit the Wainuiomata Recreation Area with the Greater Wellington Regional Council. As part of the trip they learned about the work the council was doing on the land to make it a nicer recreational site. The Kaumatua will later return with their families to replace flax affected by disease and cultivate other significant plants.

Wins for Ulalei Wainuiomata’s Ulalei Netball teams had two wins at the weekend. The premier One team beat UHMU 2 6241. Premier Two took on Taita 1 and came out on top 44-30. Ulalei 1 sits at 4th place on the ladder, achieving the team’s first round goal. Ulalei 2 is 7th after the win over Taita.

Technology Valley Awards winners announced

WINNERS: Student leaders proudly display their awards. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe

Award before the night. The award focussed on how involved the community was with the plight to go to Stage Challenge. Ashley said this included donation of props and attend-

ing the Gold Coin Donation night held the previous week as this was a major fundraiser for the team. The students said they were “extremely grateful” for the support they had received

from Wainuiomata. The Community Excellence Award will go through to a National Competition where it will be judged against other winners from around the country.

The winners of the 2016 Technology Valley Awards were announced during a gala dinner last Thursday at the old Ford Factory in Seaview. Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace said the evening lived up to its billing as a celebration of the Hutt Valley’s best and brightest in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and manufacturing (STEMM). Technology Valley Award winners include AROTEC Diagnostics, Avalia Immunotherapies, Jerome Leveneur from GNS Science, and AQUI-S.

Winter raffle for the kids By Emma McAuliffe

A local woman has started a raffle to benefit children who may go without this winter. Ruth Coard started the raffle last week after seeing a post on Facebook about children walking to school without any jackets, despite the cool weather.


She said she had always wanted to do something to help children and the raffle gave her the opportunity to do so. She said she had approached local schools who may know of students who would benefit from a warm winter jacket. After feedback from people on her raffle, Ruth said she was now

considering other things children may need for school and in general such as stationery packs and warm pajamas. She said it would ultimately depend on how much was raised from the raffle. Ruth said she was amazed at the positive feedback she had received from the community in the week

since she started the raffle. “It’s got a bit bigger than I thought it would. If it’s successful I’d like to do it again,” she said. Ruth, a hairdresser, said she would be performing the prizes for the raffle a colour, cut style and blow dry and a cut, style and blow-dry, herself. She said the raffle would end

this Friday. To buy a raffle ticket or for more information contact Ruth on her professional Facebook page- ‘Hair By Ruth’.  Do you know someone doing good for the community? We want to hear about it. Let us know at







Hogget Loin Chops

Hogget Shoulder Chops

Hogget Packs







17 Queens St, Wainuiomata. Phone 564 2807 Open Mon - Fri 7am - 6pm • Sat 7am - 3pm • Sunday 9am - 2pm Your Local Butcher Bringing You Better Prices Everyday. *While stocks last at this price!


Wednesday June 15, 2016

inbrief news On the Hunt

Down in the dumps By Emma McAuliffe

The Wainuiomata News is currently on the hunt for ex- Hutt City Councillor and editor of the Wainuiomata Times, Randall Day.

Wainuiomata residents have been down in the dumps recently with 23 reports to the Hutt City Council of illegal

rubbish dumping last month. Last Tuesday, after Queen’s Birthday, a large amount of rubbish was dumped at the Wainuiomata Recycling Station on the Parkway Extension making

 Do you know how we can get in touch with him? Let us know at

New Library pops up A free pop up library has popped up in the Wainuiomata Shopping Centre. It was put there by the Breathe Easy Wainuiomata team on Monday as their first place making project. Residents can go to the site to read books, take them home and donate books. It will remain at the site indefinitely.

Eddy’s Bar & Cafe

New CHEF New MENU from tonight,

5pm - 8.30pm

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS Buy a main meal & child dines FREE from kids menu. *Terms and conditions apply.

KARAOKE Friday Nights 8pm

DINNER: Wed - Sat 5pm - 8.30pm Sunday: 5pm - 8pm

13 Queen Street, Ph 04 564 6735

Rubbish dumped at the recycling station last week. PHOTO: Facebook.

Wardens raise the flag By Emma McAuliffe

Wainuiomata now has a permanent flag pole in place after decades without. The New Zealand flag was raised for the first time at its new site on Anzac Way outside the Wainuiomata community Centre during a small ceremony with the Maori Wardens and Hutt City Mayor, Ray Wallace, on Monday morning. Mr Wallace said he thought it was important for Wainuiomata to have a flag and there had not been one in place since the late 1980s when Harry Martin was the mayor of Wainuiomata. He said Wainuiomata and the Hutt City Council were “honoured” the Wardens had taken on the responsibility of raising and

 To report a rubbish dumping call the council on 570 6666.  Do you think there is a rubbish dumping problem in Wainuiomata? Let us know at

RASING THE FLAG: The Maori Wardens had a special ceremony on Monday. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe


Recruiting now for our next introductory interpreting course starting on 8 August 2016 We offer full training and an excellent hourly rate. You should be: 1. Available during working hours. 2. A NZ citizen or holder of permanent residence status. 3. Proficient in English and any of the following languages: • Khmer • Korean • Lao • Nepali • Punjabi • Samoan • Sinhalese • Sri Lankan Tamil

collection point is located near the old Wainuiomata Landfill for rubbish bags to be left on Fridays. It is for Coast Road residents only. The rural refuse collection point is not the only place on the Coast Road where dumping has occurred. Council reported another major dumping at the very end, by the south coast. Council fines for those who dump rubbish range from $100 to $400.

lowering the flag each day. He said if senior members of the community died it would be appropriate for the flag to be raised at half-mast. Executive member of the Wainuiomata Maori Committee, Gabriel Tupou said locals had approached him to have a permanent flag raised. He said it was important for Wainuiomata to have a f lag because it gave New Zealanders a chance to reflect. “New Zealanders chose to retain this flag at the referendum in March,” he said. He said having a flag would be “good for the Mana of Wainuiomata”. Following the flag raising ceremony the Maori Wardens had a morning tea with the Mayor.

Interpreters Needed

• Amharic • Assyrian • Chin • Cook Islands Maori • Dari • Farsi • Hindi • Karen

residents fume on social media. Residents took to Facebook to complain about the “filthy pigs” dumping rubbish. One resident referred to the dumpers as “disgusting”. Council reported investigating 23 incidents of dumping related to Wainuiomata in May. Two infringements were for the dumping of bags of general household waste at the recycling station. Just over half of the incidents were on the Coast Road. Of these, one carried the maximum fine penalty of $400 after a witness reported a large dumping of furniture, mattresses and household items at the Coast Road rural refuse bag collection point. The Coast Road rural refuse

• Somali • Tagalog • Thai • Tigrinya • Turkish • Tuvalu • Urdu • Vietnamese

Successful applicants will be required to complete the introductory interpreting course and pass an assessment before being employed on a casual basis. To find out more and to fill in an application form, visit or call (04) 916 2462 or 384 2849. Applications open until Friday 8 July 2016.

Kia ora Ko Manawatu toku awa Ko Takitimu me Kurahaupo oku waka Ko Aotea ratau ko Kaitoki me Makirikiri oku marae Ko Rangitane me Ngati Kahungunu Oku iwi KARENA – Teacher Ko Nicole Toku ingoa

Firstmy Aid Kia Ora, Talofa name is Nicole. I was born and bred in Wainuiomata but my family come from Dannervirke.Hi my name is Karena I moved here from Ireland and attended

I am a proud mama of a boisterous 5 year old, Wainuiomata primary and the old Lyric. I have been teaching in ECE for 5 years now. Parkway intermediate and College. I currently hold a certificate in Early Childhood I have three girls two of which and I am looking to do a degree in ECE soon.

attend Wainui high and one works

Children are my passion. I loveI being part of at in Wellington. have aworked their learningJack and and development; and being Jill for 11 years and able I love to with applychildren my Te Reobecause is a bonus. I alsoislove being working there never a dull foster their growth, because... moment and able theytokeep me young. I really enjoy going out aremy ourfamily future.and friends. and spending Children time with

54 Hine Road, Wainuiomata 54 Ph Hine Road, 04 970Wainuiomata 5266 Ph 04 970 5266 Email Email

Year 8 Information Evening Wednesday 22 June 2016 7pm to 8pm in the High School Staffroom

Year 8 Information Morning Sunday 26 June 2016 10am to 11am in the High School Staffroom

Hear what the High School has to offer and meet the Principal and other key staff. RSVP to the High School Office, (04) 9383224 or email


Wednesday June 15, 2016

Clear sight a winner A local woman will be seeing clearly after visiting her local optometrist. Visique CapitalEyes Wainuiomata held a competition in May to reward residents for shopping local. Sharon Wilson won the prize which was a $300 voucher to use at Visique CapitalEyes. Her husband, David, picked it up on her behalf. He said he was pleased she won the prize. “She could probably do with a new pair of glasses,” he said. Visique CapitalEyes have been the local Wainuiomata optometrists since 1961. Leith and Kevin O’Connor are the current owners and have been at Visique CapitalEyes since 1995. They said they enjoy meeting locals from age three to 93-yearsold for their eye care and eyewear. “We really want to encourage really want to encourage Wainui people [to] stay local for value,” they said. Visique CapitalEyes offers the Community Card subsidy for children under 16, SuperGold Card discounts and are providers for the MSD contract for those with WINZ payment cards.  For more information call the team on 5648057

Lights up for ballers By Emma McAuliffe

Local basketball fans rejoicelights are coming to the basketball courts. The Hutt City Council has granted funding for the lights as part of their budget for the annual plan. Community board member, Terry Stallworth, said he made a submission to the Hutt City Council in April following local basketballers approaching him to get lights installed at the Frederick Wise Park basketball courts. Terry’s submission was then supported by the Wainuiomata Community Board. In Terry’s submission to Council he quoted basketballers who told him they wanted lights as it was the only court in Wainuiomata. “In the winter we get my friend’s car and use his head-

lights to shine on the court so we can keep playing,” one said. Terry estimated up to 80 people a day used the popular courts in the summer and around 40 used it in the winter, weather dependent. He and other basketballers agreed it would be better used in the winter if there were lights fitted. Terry said he hoped adding lights to the court would be “positive for the community” as it had been when lights were added to the courts over the hill in Naenae. He said it would give youth the chance to keep playing into the evening until 10pm when the lights would turn off. He said it may also deter antisocial youth who would use the courts for drinking after the courts got dark. It is still yet to be decided when the lights will be installed.

SEENG CLEARLY: Leith O’Connor presents David Wilson with the award for his wife. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe

Playing with fire Locals have the opportunity to create a sculpture to be set alight at this year’s Petone Winter Carnival. Hutt City Council and Rotary Hutt City have put out the call to any groups or individuals interested in participating in the Fire Sculpture Exhibition on Saturday, August 6. Fire Sculptures have been a part of the Carnival for eight of the ten years the Carnival has been running. To mark the tenth anniversary

the theme for this year’s sculpture exhibition is ‘Decades’ and artists are asked to take inspiration from a particular decade such as the 20s or 60s. Harvey Reid of Rotary Hutt City said building a fire sculpture is “a lot of fun”. “The best ones really make use of the play of light and shadow that fire creates. It’s great to see fresh and unique ideas coming from the community and showing off local creativity,” he said.

 If you’re interested in providing a sculpture, please contact Harvey Reid on 027 226 4414 or email harvey.reid@ before Friday, July 1. You will need to provide a drawing or model of your planned sculpture. Sculptures are 4m high and need to be planned around a 600mm by 600mm tower provided by Rotary Hutt City. The use of recycled timber is also encouraged.

PLAYING BALL: Locals use the Wise Park courts. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe

WIN! Competition runs from 23rd May until 19th June 2016. For more information and terms and conditions go to

Fresh NZ Prime Beef Mince

Fresh Cut Broccoli

Seven for Dinner?



Ocean Star

Chef’s Fryer Pack 8 Fish, 3 Hot dogs, 4 Potato Fritters, 6 Chicken Nuggets, 2 Chips



35 Norfolk Street, Ph: 5646868 Fish Chips Burgers & Chinese Cuisine Mon-Sat 11.30am – 9.00pm. Sun 5pm – 8pm.


Fresh NZ Skin On Chicken Breast Fillets

Available at SuperValue Woburn only


$ 29 head

Sanitarium Weet-Bix 1.2kg

CHRIS BISHOP NATIONAL LIST MP BASED IN THE HUTT VALLEY Please see for times. HUTT VALLEY OFFICE 66-70 Bloomfield Terrace, Lower Hutt. P: 04 566 8580 E: F: T: @cjsbishop

Available at SuperValue Woburn only

View the Wainuiomata News online:





I run regular sessions in Wainuiomata for people to catch up with me.


$ 99 each

Specials available from Tuesday, 14th June 2016 until Sunday, 19th June 2016 or while stocks last. Certain products may not be available in all stores.

SuperValue Woburn: 1-5 Cambridge Terrace, Waiwhetu, Lower Hutt. Phone: 570 1790. Open 7am-9pm, 7 days.

Go Goto t to ou rrwe ou bs ite we w eb bs sit si it te e fo r or f rmm fo ee or or re ch an ce cha s nce es to towi to wn! in!

wwerv www w sup .sup per erva lue alu eo.n .co e.c z


Wednesday June 15, 2016

readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street.

Q: What did you do for Queen’s Birthday?

Shiloh Babbington, Wainuiomata

Ashlee Metcalfe, Wainuiomata

Ruby Gardner, Wainuiomata

Nimish Gounder, Wainuiomata

Talia Cameron, Wainuiomata

“We had our formal and it was fun.”

“We had our formal and we took a Stage Challenge photo.”

“We celebrated Stage Challenge.”

“We had the Wainui High School “I hung out with my friends formal.” and I had a mean feed.”

Nataahia Pasene, Wainuiomata “I performed at Te Papa as an opening act and we performed a song.”

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 Please note that your name and street address must also be provided in e mails.

Autistic Issues Dear Ed, There is a debate going on in the Autistic World about Ashley Peacock being secluded. I am writing this letter because Ashley is under the care of Capital Coast Area Health board. I am not aware of all details but I wish not to criticise the way that the three DHB, Capital Cost, Hutt Valley

mraw yatS niatruc eerf iAalife W worth ni kn aBat niatruC living

Woburn Home by Enliven

and Wairarapa Health boards who form it. They get all people with disabilities into a large room and consult on what’s happening at Regional level and they create a community collaborative approach so it becomes about efficiencies and effectiveness not about the needs of Autistic….

With Autism things will go wrong and seclusion is not consulted in the community collaborative approach. So what discussion are happening about seclusion at Hutt Hospital? I have seen an Autistic in Seclusion at Hutt hospital and it’s not nice . Mike Grigg, Wainuiomata. Abridged.

Stay warm with free curtains Curtain Bank in Wainuiomata

cAn ivelder-centerd reS yticommunity nummoC aThe esocial vah 1 lifeuoy fI At Woburn Home we take every Residents of Woburn Home enjoy the ta mrof knaB niatruC a pu kcip opportunity to bring companionship, busy social calendar and stimulating Sspontaneity, neeuQ a1meaningful ,ertneC recreation ytinum moCwhich fun and programme, .02We’ll enumake J ,for ya dnoand Mengaging activity into the lives of elders. a vibrant


If you have a Community Services Card, pick up a Curtain Bank form at Wainuiomata Community Centre, 1a Queen St, from Monday, June 20.

way right Wthings ot you mlove roin f ad etthat’s elp mocDay eactivity ht nprogramme ruteR 2 for you. And Enliven’s retirement Japartments ,yadiare rF yb rtnaeC Woburn ytinuHome mm oC hosts a day activity right nexte door,


Return the completed form to Wainuiomata Community Centre by Friday, July 1.

community. vary 3 ianeed trudifferent c ruo y n hw uoyinllthe ac lliw eActivities W levels ofe support. depending on what the attendees y tinuageing mm oC eht morare f p u kcin, ipbuto t Positive services interested popular ones .d r a C s e c i v r e S y t i n u m m o C r u o y We offer a full range of positive include baking, woodwork, bowls,


We will call you when your curtains are ready to pick up from the Community Centre, bring your Community Services Card.

support you to continue doing the


perfect arrangement for couples who

programme for older people living

ageing services, including rest home, and board games. Woburn Home’s hospital and dementia care, as well day programme runs every Monday, das nashort term respite ylduo rP health and Thursday llWednesday, ac ,ofn i eroand mFriday roF pleh yb detroppus recovery care. from 10am-3pm. knaB niatruC notgnilleW Address: 57 Wai-Iti Cres, Lower Hutt 507 x 42 87 87 8050 Visit: | Freephone: 0508 36 54 83

For more info, call Wellington Curtain Bank 0508 78 78 24 x 705

Proudly supported by

and made possible with the help of...

Wednesday June 15, 2016



WEDNESDAY 15 JUNE 46 Pencarrow Cres 4.30pm-5.15pm


22 Meremere Street 46 Pencarrow Cres 65 Moohan Street 181 Wainuiomata Road 50 Hyde Street 295 Wellington Road 17 Kumeroa Grove 51 Kowhai Street 64 Trelawney Road

P: 04 564 7310

12.00pm-12.30pm 12.00pm-12.45pm 12.30pm-1.00pm 12.45pm-1.15pm 1.00pm-1.30pm 1.15pm-1.45pm 1.30pm-2.00pm 1.45pm-2.15pm 2.00pm-2.30pm


Wednesday June 15, 2016

Wednesday June 15, 2016


Free curtains for Wainuiomata homes Wainuiomata families will be able to get free, lined curtains for their living rooms when the Curtain Bank returns next week. The Wellington Curtain Bank was opened in 2010 by not-for-profit organisation Sustainability Trust. It provides living room curtains and, in homes where there are also young children or elderly people living, bedroom curtains if possible. Last year the Curtain Bank made around 1800 curtains for 550 households across the Wellington region. The curtains are up-cycled from curtains donated by the

Wellington general public. Curtain Bank coordinator Lynley Wilson said good quality curtains were one of the most effective ways to keep heat inside where it belongs. “New curtains are really expensive to buy, so Wellington Curtain Bank makes free curtains out of good quality, recycled fabric for low-income families. “Parents will know what a difference a warm room makes to the health of their children. Fitted, lined curtains are essential for a good night’s sleep, staying healthy, and keeping power bills down,” she said.

The Wainuiomata Curtain Bank is one of five mobile curtain banks servicing those who may not be able to access the Wellington branch. The service is available to Community Services Card holders. Families eligible can pick up a form detailing the curtains they may need from the Wainuiomata Community Centre from Monday, June 20 or print one from the Sustainability Trust website. Forms must be returned by Friday, July 1. Sustainability Trust staff will notify recipients when their curtains are ready to pick up.

Open day opening doors By Emma McAuliffe

Wainuiomata High School opened its doors to a future generation of students last fortnight. The school held its annual open day on the first of June. It was visited by 160 potential students from local schools such as Wainuiomata Intermediate, St Claudine Thevenet and Pukeatua Primary School as well as those further afield like Hutt Intermediate and Wilford School. Wainuiomata High School deputy principal, Janette Melrose, said the open day was an opportunity for year eight students to experience high school.

She said the students were given a timetable for half a day of classes including English, Maths and Science. They also had the choice of another subject including drama, art and Maori. “They made a choice of something they wanted to experience,” Janette said. At the end of the day the students had a special performance from the Stage Challenge team. The school held its year eight scholarship exams last Wednesday. Enrolments open on Wednesday, June 22.  Do you experience Open day? What did you think? Let us know at news@

CURTAIN COLLECTION: Volunteer Ruth Nichol and machinist, Gollett Daniel. PHOTO: Supplied.


4.00 WASH $ 4.00 DRY


Wash 2 Mink Blankets, Duvets or Woolrests for only $10


• Fast Dryers • Sports Gear • Duvets • Mink Blankets • Bedding • Washers • Domestic Laundry

High spirits for rugby By Emma McAuliffe

Wainuiomata High School has had a great week for rugby. The 1XV Rugby team beat Bishop Viard College, 31-29, in the Co-Ed cup semifinals on Wednesday. The team will now play in the finals against Hutt Valley High School on June 29 at the Hutt Recreation grounds. The high school’s U55 Division 2 team took on Hutt Valley High School at the weekend and won 59-12. Likewise the Under 15 Division 3 team took on St Patrick’s Silverstream and

came out on top at 24-17. Wainuiomata rugby also had a successful weekend outside of college sport. The Premiers won their first game in the Jubilee cup, 15-14, against Wellington. Their next game will be against OldBoys University at William Jones this Saturday. The Women’s team faced Oriental- Rongotai as part of the Women’s Gala Day at the Petone Recreation Grounds and won their game 31-30. On 10 points, the Wainuiomata Women’s team is the current leader of the 2016 Senior Women's Victoria Tavern Trophy.

WAINUIOMATA COMMUNITY BOARD The Board will be meeting on

Wednesday 22 June SUNNY SATURDAY: The Under 15 Division 3 team take on St Patrick’s Silverstream. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe

beginning at 7:00pm in The Wainuiomata Community Library, Queen St, Wainuiomata. You are very welcome to attend Keep up with what’s happening in your community

Large Bags Kindling $13



Wednesday June 15, 2016


Classifieds r summer pools were built by us.

installations by top-qualified electrician with record of over fifty years of giving locals the lowest cost “around-the-clock” service, just phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email Public Notice

Fernlea gets freaky

ends in well did cause no fuss. th hydro slide willGarage cause a splash. Sale d to it many people dash. Aaron Meredith 6 By Devon Street, Wainuiomata, Saturday 18 rough native bush we twist and wiggle. June, 8.30-noon, Furniture, exercise items, bikes, om theFernlea childrenPrimary brings aSchool giggle. lots of assorted household items. got a little bit vern days a week the place is open. scary last week, holding a spooky disco t summer days we all are hopen! to raiseProfessional money for the Services school. Students dressed up as ghosts and gobSECRETARIAL SERVICES - Word, Excell

Spreadsheet,Public Publisher, Powerpoint. all work Notice considered 0275649515

Raffle Results Wainuiomata Squash Club Composed WAINUIOMATAAGM LITTLE THEATRE RAFFLE

RESULTS - The Main Raffle - No’s 912, 001, 918, 045. Money Trees A28, C77, B34. All winners have 7.00pm been notified.

Parent Representatives votes: Adrian, Jeremy 11 Esbach, Bashier 13 Heeley, Fenella 09 11 byJoseph, Tony Keil Watling 28th. 2015 Tauaneai, Livingston 15 Vaireka, Ma’ao N 17

Their future, will the world decree. So they must pick which field to plough. Declaration of Staff Election Results could now. as there was only one close be of nominations, Corner of Main Road When to startAtitthe At Hub the Centre they will learn. valid nomination received I hereby declare: and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata Board ofTo play it fair, Layton, Kellyconcern. duly elected: and feel and when to sow. Trustees’When to reapSigned, Amy Ririnui, Returning Officer Soon must choose what seed to grow.

Public Notice

Election Bringing local news

to the community

Declaration of Parent Staff Election Results All of the clocks n Vacant


Wainuiomata Intermediate School

in 13the movie A solid 17 Fiction Pulp are 18 OF THE D A Y Board of Trustees Election Newspaperstuck on 4:20. 3

Parent representative votes: Davies, Renee 19 Lynch, Morgan Riini, Tuhi 19 Taufao, John Henare Callum 13 Maxwell, Trina Ruawai, Emma 16 Invalid Votes

Declaration of Parent and Staff Election Results Puzzle

CROSSWORD CROSSWORD NTED C R OS SWOR D Staff representative votes: As only one nomination was received I declare Carmel Kneepkins as duly elected.


Trades and and Services Services Trades N

Tuesday 10 November 2016 7.00pm - 8.30pm Wainuiomata Bowling club, 1 Moohan Street,Wainuiomata. Funeral Director All Welcome RAWIRI, Terrence Barry (Terry): June 5, 2016. Funeral Director

Declaration of Parent and Staff Election Results


I hereby declare the following duly elected. Davies, Renee Maxell, Trina Riini, Tuhi Ruawai, Emma, Taufao, John


Free Delivery in Wainui

lins, staff atSituation the school Vacant say the costumes were some of the best theyKonini have ever seen. Primary In this photo, teacher Anthony Kleinjan School and students Ruby Keomary, Sophie Neary, Lily Carr and Prashvi Shankar show off costumes. Board of their Trustees Election

I hereby declare the following duly elected: • Jeremy Adrian • Bashier Esbach Monday 30th NovemberOur Youth soon • Keilwill Joseph adults be. • Livingston Tauaneai • Ma’ao Vaireka At the Clubrooms

a verers

Large Bags Dry Pine/ hardwood mix $14

Parent representative votes: Adrian, Jeremy Cody, Maree Roberts, Annie Waitere, Fiona No invalid votes

24 16 35 43

46 Waione St Petone Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm Formerly cpa spares

A1 DRIVINGFuneral SCHOOL Director • Student Discounts (includes tertiary students) • Preparation for Restricted & Full Licence Tests. • Refresher A solidCourses • Gift Vouchers

04 3877480 ph/txt 0212243441

Advertise your services here. 04 387 7160

Firewood - 2m seasoned pine $180 - 4m Split pine store for next winter $330 - Large Bags Kindling $13 - Large Bags Dry Pine/ hardwood mix $14 - Bagged Manuka $20 Applications are available at our recruitment Free insecurity Wainuigate based in the offiDelivery ce or at the Ngauranga George in Wellington. 0220831542 Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.

FIREWOOD FOR SALE SEASONED: Gum 4m³ $540, 2m³ $320: 4m³ Douglas-Fir $530, 2m³ $310: Macrocarpa 4m³ $530, 2m³ $310: Split Pine 4m³ $420, 2m³ $250: Manuka 2m³ $450:

Bigham, Anatia 32 Martin,ACROSS Ellison 33 51.51. Eighth of of mile (7)(7) Eighth mile ACROSS COMBO’S: Gum & D/Fir $560: Gum & Mac (5) $560: Salmon,1.Eileen 24 (7) (7) 52.52. Patent Dubious Patent (5)Gum & S/ 1. Dubious Pine $500, D/Fir & Mac $550: D/Fir & S/Pine $490: Mac & 53.53. Confirmation (11) 5. 5. Liberated (11)(11) Confirmation (11) Liberated S/Pine $490: 54. River mouth (7) 11. 11. High up (5) 54. River mouth (7) High up (5)

Property Wanted

By ByRussell RussellMcQuarters McQuarters

WE BUY HOMES - Any house, any condition, pay

no commission Call/Txt 02102671501. 33.33. Negative vote (3)(3) Negative vote Signed Allan O’Brien Returning Officer 37.37. Backs away (8)(8) Backs away Public Notice 38.38. Snare (8)(8) Snare 41.41. Damn(sl) (7) Damn(sl) (7) 43.43. Aboriginal spear (7)(7) 12.12. Large tenttent (7) (7) Bagged Kindling $15ea. Aboriginal spear Large I hereby declare the following duly elected. 44.44. Young calf (6)(6) 13.13. Counter (5) (5)Bagged Manuka $25ea. DOWN Young calf DOWN Counter • Anatia Bigham • Ellison Martin 45.45. Skilled (6)(6) Switches (5)(5) 14.14. Hung (9) (9) WINZ Quotes. Prices incl. gst1.&1. del.Switches FIREWOOD Skilled Hung • Annie Roberts • Fiona Waitere 46.46. Change (5)(5) 2. 2. Supporter (7)(7) 15. Bears witness (9) Applications are available at our recruitment View News Change Supporter 15. Bears witness (9) the Wainuiomata • Eileen (decided lot)based offiSalmon ce or at the securityby gate in the AGM Wholesale Firewood Supplies 47.47. Italian city (5)(5) 3. 3. Respect (6)(6) 16.16. Poet (4) (4) Italian city Respect Poet online Ngauranga George in Wellington. Board of Trustees Election 2016 49.49. Way in in (5)(5) 4. 4. Fear (8)(8) 17.17. ListList (7) (7) Way Fear ph 232-9499 StaffContact Representative Barry 472Votes: 7987 or 021 276 6654. Friday 24 June 5. 5. Nobleman’s estate (7)(7) 19.19. Daintily oddodd (6) (6) Declaration of Parent and Staff Election Results Nobleman’s estate Daintily At the close of nominations, as there was only 6. Grown upup (5)(5) 23.23. Free (6) (6) SOLUTION 6. Grown Free SOLUTION after Business Breakfast at 8:45am one valid nomination received I26. hereby declare Solution last week, 28 October PARENT REPRESENTATIVE VOTES: 7. 7. Fold (6)(6) Lionize (7) (7) Fold 26. Lionize For For July April 14, 9, 2003 2004 For For July April 14, 9, 2003 2004 Pets Smith, Ian duly elected 8. 8. Accesible (8)(8) Accesible 29.29. Against (4) (4) By Russell McQuarters Against Ben Britton 24 Charmaine Russell 26 Louise Bilderbeck Hall, By(3) Russell McQuarters Based custom (11) One-horse carriage (3) 9. 9. Based onon custom (11) 30.30. One-horse carriage Liz Goldsworthy 46 Gary Sue 57 CATTERY Casa de Wootton, home away from Signed: 102 Main Road, Wainuiomata. Adores ... Commandments Adores (5)(5) 32.32. TheThe ... Commandments (3)(3) 10.10. Matthew Jellicoe 44 Lisa Winter 28 home. Rural(abbr) surroundings. 187 Moores Valley Rd. Rebecca Garlick, 51.51. (3)(3) Angry (5) ACROSS (abbr) Angry ACROSS Charm 34. Image 16.16. Charm (7)(7) 34.(5) Image (4) (4) Jennymae Keall 30 Emma Woolley 40 33.33. Sphere (3) Solidify by35. cooling (7)(7)(7) 1. Result (5-6) Phone 564-4310 Sphere (3) Solidify by cooling 1. Result (5-6) Returning Officer 52.52. 18. Areas Inheritance (7) Jane 18. Areas (5)(5) 35. Inheritance Shannon Lesniak 21 Invalid Votes: 05 38.38. U.S. horse ... ... Derby 53.53. Anaesthetic (5) 7. Scoundrel (7) (7) U.S. horse race; Derby Anaesthetic (5) ‘warbird’ 7. Scoundrel 20. Parched Wanaka ‘warbird’ collector, 20.race; Parched (7)(7)(8)(8) 36.36. Wanaka collector, Restrained (8) 54.54. Humbleness 11. 11. Pulls (5) (5) Public Notice Restrained (8) Humbleness (7)Tim Pulls I hereby declare the following duly elected: Lively dance Sir ... (6) 40.40. 21.21. Lively dance (3)(3) Sir(7) Tim ... (6) Casual (7) 55.55. Friendship (11) 12.12. Deviousness (7) (7) Casual (7) Friendship (11) Deviousness • Gary Sue • Emma Woolley 22. Towards stern ship Hard coating 22. Towards stern of of ship (3)(3) 39.39. Hard coating (6) (6)42.42. 44.44. Annual calendar (7)(7)of open spaces (11) 13. 13. Excellent (5) (5) Annual calendar Excellent • Liz Goldsworthy • Jennymae Keall 24. Fear Numbs 24. Fear of open spaces (11) 40.40. Numbs (7) (7) 46.46. Scoffs (6)(6)25. Akin (3) DOWN 14. 14. Alert (9) (9) Scoffs DOWN 42.42. Alert • Matthew Jellicoe Crooked 25. Akin (3) Crooked (4) (4) 47. Manservant (6)(6) 1. Sound (5)(5) 15. 15. So So (9) (9) 47. Manservant 1. Sound Accustom Hateful 27.27. Accustom (5)(5) 46.46. Hateful (9) (9) STAFF REPRESENTATIVE VOTES: 16. 16. 48. Form of expression (5)(5) tree (3) 2. Sent (11) Directs (6) 48. Form of expression 2. Sent (11) Directs (6) 28. Cemetary 48. Pompous (9) HIGH SCHOOL tree 28. Cemetary (3) 48. Pompous (9) One nomination received. 49.49. Water vapour (5)(5) (3) 3. Shy (8)(8) 50. Leg bone (5) 18. 18. Skull (7) (7) Water vapour 3. Shy Skull 31.31. SetSet (3) 50.revenue Leg bone (5) I hereby declare Rachel Waiwai duly elected. 50.50. Gambol (5) 4. Of public (6)(6) 21. 21. Disorder (4) (4) Gambol (5) 4. Of public revenue Disorder ARAKURA SCHOOL 5. Turn outwards (5)(5) Racket (3) (3) 5. Turn outwards Racket Board of Trustees Election 2016 Tracy Bognuda, Returning Officer23. 23. SOLUTION SOLUTION 6. Constrict (7)(7) 25. 25. Take by by sipssips (3) (3) 6. Constrict Take Solution last week, 11 November Declaration of Parent and For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 7. Has high morals 27. 27. Stake (4) (4) 7. Has high morals(8)(8) Stake Declaration of Parent and 8. Reduce (6)(6) 8. Reduce 28. 28. Artlessness (7) (7) Artlessness Staff Election Results Wednesday Staff Election Results 9. Sanction chair;Chaise Chaise ... Date: (6) 9. Sanction (7)(7) 30. 30. LowLow chair; ... (6) 10. Audacity Expert; ... hand Audacity 32. 32. Expert; ... hand (3) (3) 29th 10. June 2016 (5)(5) Parent Representative votes: PARENT REPRESENTATIVE VOTES: Arrange in steps Strange 16.16. Arrange in steps (7)(7) 33. 33. Strange (3) (3) Time: Katrina Barclay 28 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) Zealous 17.6.00pm ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) 34. 34. Zealous (6) (6) Name Votes Name Votes Toni Binks 29 Competitor In brisk time(music) 19.19. Competitor (5)(5) 35. 35. In brisk time(music) (7) (7) Keri Coleman 50 Selena Shaw 16 ALL WELCOME Steffan Cavill-Fowler 6 N.Z. Prime Minister 36. U.S. state 20.20. N.Z. Prime Minister U.S. state (4) (4) Bashier Esbach 45 Awhina Vailima 57 2016 BOARD OF TRUSTEE36. ELECTIONS 1975-84 Robert Biblical vessel Stephen Edger 14 1975-84 SirSir Robert ... ... (7)(7)Jay Farris 37. 37. Biblical vessel (3) (3) 13 Carolyn Young 17 Boils Curve Whitney Morgan 30 Karl Cutter 71 22.22. Boils (7)(7) 39. 39. Curve (3) (3) Carol McMillan 28 Catch 41. Cupid Rebecca George 35 Gabriel Tupou 48 Declaration of Parent and 24.24. Catch (3)(3) 41.Staff Cupid (4) (4) Rachel Norman 15 Group whales Exposed to air Invalid Votes: 3 Rachel Norman 19 26.26. Group of of whales (3)(3) 43. 43. Exposed to air (7) (7) Invalid 3 Election Results Topic Female relatives Helena Patuwai 18 29.29. Topic (5)(5) 45. 45. Female relatives (6) (6) Uninvited guest (4-7) endless time(Lat) Parent Representative Votes: 48. 48. 31.31. Uninvited guest (4-7) An An endless time(Lat) (9) (9) I hereby declare the following duly elected. I hereby declare the following duly elected: Deoxyribonucleic acid people(inf) Deoxyribonucleic acid 49. 49. LeftLeft handed people(inf) (9) (9) 32.32. Dixon, Jemal 33 Salmon, Eileen 16handed Karl Cutter • Katrina Barclay • Toni Binks Porter-Samuels, Rikki 32 Stempa, Sara 35 Awhina Vailima • Stephen Edger • Carol McMillan Ricardi, Lesleigh 16 Szabo, Sarah 25 Keri Coleman • Rachel Norman

Required in

aka, Kawatiri - Kaponga.

Fernlea School a on 587 1660

Puzzle ORD ORD

Board of Trustees' Election


Wainuiomata Primary School

I hereby declare the following duly elected: • Jemal Dixon • Rikki Porter-Samuels • Eileen Salmon • Sara Stempa • Sarah Szabo


Staff Representative: Marlene Bell I hereby declare Marlene Bell duly elected.

7 The Strand, Wainuiomata PHONE 564 6966

Alison Nicholas, Returning Officer


Gabriel Tupou Bashier Esbach

STAFF REPRESENTATIVE VOTES: One nomination received. I hereby declare Fiona Waitere duly elected. Hayley Lawrence, Returning Officer

Staff Representative: At the close of nominations as there was only one valid nomination received, I hereby declare: Al Ingham duly elected. Signed, Linda Mackle, Returning Officer

Wednesday June 15, 2016 Wednesday November 18, 2015



Many wins for hockey SECURE STORAGE 14sqm $42 per week. Wainui Self Storage, Waiu St, 0274805150.

Composed by Tony Watling 11th. Nov. 2015

11 13

2m seasoned pine $180

Trades and Services

4m Split pine store for next winter $330


Large Bags Dry Pine/

Large Bags Kindling $13

hardwood mix $14 installations by top-qualified electrician with record of over fifty years of giving locals the Free Delivery in Wainui Upper Hutt scored It was a great weekend for the lowest cost “around-the-clock” service, justin the last against Chilton St James, 9-1. Our summer pools were built by us. Wainuiomata hockey club. The player of the day was Elise minute of the phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or game email and WaiBlends in well did cause no fuss. Shury. The Premier team had their nuiomata went down 1 nil. and With hydro slide will cause a splash. first win in the The year 5/6Services team won their T he Wainuiomata High Trades tougher Premier And to it many people dash. game 4 nil against Rata Street School team had a huge 15 nil 2 grade and beat Kapiti, Situation 4-1. Vacant Through native bush we twist and wiggle. Both teams had a strong start win against Sacred Heart last School and their player of the day was Ella Kumar. From the children brings a giggle. and the score remained nil all week. The annual quiz night was They team has just moved up a Severn days a week the place is open. at half time. Building on the first half the grade in the secondary competi- held on Saturday and once again Hot summer days we all are hopen! team dominated and goals tion and continue to dominate this was a great success. The club would like to thank on the field. began to be scored. all who supported The Wainuiomata junior teams The Reserve 3 team also had a 46 Waione St Petonethis by parPublic Notice ticipating and theSat local busigreat game on Sunday but failed played on Saturday morning. Ph: 5685989 Open 9am-3pm who donated prizes. The year 7/8 team won nesses to put any goals away. Formerly cpa spares



PLAYER OF THE DAY: Ella Kumar was player of the day for the Wainuiomata year 5/6 team. PHOTO: Supplied


Wainuiomata Squash Club AGM

90 years of Dorne

Funeral Director


51. J.K. Rowling 7.00pm chose the Monday 30th November unusual At the Clubrooms The Wainuiomata Harriers Cameron Forsyth finished Full results can be found on name returned after a short break fourth in the Boys under 15 The Wainuiomata Harriers ‘Hermione’ Corner of Main Roadwww.sportsground. at the weekend taking part in 3km race. websiteso young Upper Hutt’s Dorne Cup. Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata Having justand turned 13, girls It was the 90th anniversary eron was one of the youngest wouldn’t of the Dorne Cup cross coun- in the tough under 15 grade.  The next club meeting is be at the clubrooms located try,teased run annually at Trentham His time of 11.46 minutes local Bringing news for being Park. It feels strange anticipating an All Memorial was over a minute faster than at Richard Prouse Park this Saturday, June, 18 at 2pm. nerdy! The course is typically his time from last year. Blacks test without names like McCaw, to the community known as being hard and fast Carter, Nonu, Smith, Woodcock or and heavy rains experienced Mealamu. recently meant there was a lot Situation Vacant Players come and go, the aura of the of slipping and sliding. All Blacks jersey remains but has there This race is one of the A solid been such a huge changing of the guard biggest of the season and during the modern era? is a selection race for the I'd suggest not. North Island Cross Country There's still plenty of class across the Championships in Taupo and park but a distinct drop-off in experience. the National Cross Country The World Cup final was the end of an Championships in Auckland. era and the perfect end All Blacks fans The Wainuiomata Harriers wanted but what now? had a dozen runners competI don't envy new captain Kieran Read ing in the races. or new No 7 Sam Cane. Seven of the runners finDeliverers Required in How does Read follow the leadership ished with top ten placings. and Cane the playing ability of arguably Natasha Goldsworthy fin- Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. Area 1: Momona, (not much of an argument) the greatest ished in second place in her player to play the game, Richie McCaw. first season racing at interFor almost a decade, the men in black club level. have dominant. Joel Carman finished third Applications arebeen available at our recruitment office or at the security based Losses weregate few andin the far between in the Men’s under 18 4km FIRST LAP: Nikki Braniff-Jones and Don McGowan on the Ngauranga George in Wellington. first lap of the 6km race. PHOTO: Supplied race. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.

Sports talk with…

with Jacob Page

The new All Black era begins

Wainuiomata Newspaper Deliverers


Contact Sandra on 587 1660


and the expectation to keep winning will continue to be there despite new personnel. The positive news is the team has a Lions tour next year to break up the four-year World Cup cycle. Players who have been in the shadows or making an impact off the bench will now have to make their mark for 80 minutes instead of 25. I think it's still reasonable to expect the All Blacks to win every game they play, that was our psyche before McCaw and it should be the approach now. However, it's best to keep expectations of perfect play and complete cohesion to a realistic level. These guys are going to make mistakes as they continue to play together. The second test match against Wales will be played at Westpac Stadium in Wellington Saturday nightNews - Kick View the on Wainuiomata off online at 7.35pm.

By Russell Russell McQuarters McQuarters By By ByRussell RussellMcQuarters McQuarters 37. Injure (8) 52. type of edible nut (5) ACROSS 37. Injure (8) 52. type of ACROSS (abbr) (3) Angry (5)edible ACROSS (abbr) (3) 51. Angry (5) 38. Multi-skilled employee (8) 53. Eternity (11) nut (5) 1.ACROSS Preliminary event; ‘...-raiser’ (7) 51. 38. Multi-skilled 53. Eternity (11) 1.5.Result Preliminary event; ‘...-raiser’ 33. Sphere (3)(3)(7)employee (8) Solidify by cooling (7)(7) 1. (5-6) 33. Sphere 52. Solidify by cooling 1. Result (5-6) 41. Rubbers 54. Confused (7) Most entertaining person (7) 52. 41. Rubbers (7) 54.53. Confused (7) Most 38. U.S. horse race; Derby (8)(8) 53. Anaesthetic (5)(5) 7.5.Scoundrel (7)(4,3,4) 38. U.S. horse Derby Anaesthetic 7. (7) person 43. Extreme (7)race;... ... at Scoundrel theentertaining party 43. Extreme (7) at the party 40. Restrained (8)(8) 54. Humbleness (7)(7) 11. Pulls (5) 40. Restrained 54. Humbleness Pulls (5) (4,3,4) 44. Property (6) DOWN 11.11. Computer data (5) 44. Property (6)(6) DOWN 11. Computer 42. Casual (7)(7) 55. Friendship (11) 12. Deviousness 42. Casual Friendship (11) Deviousness (7) 45. Bounded 1.55. Precipice (5) 12.12. Taught (7)data(7)(5) 45. Bounded (6) (7)(7) 44. Annual calendar 1.2.Precipice 12. Taught 13. Excellent (5) (5) (5) 44. Annual calendar Excellent 46. Dispute (5) Hold back(5)(7) 13.13. Town in(7)Surrey 46. Scoffs (6)(6) DOWN 14. 14. Alert (9) 46. Dispute (5) 2. Hold back (7) 13. Town in Surrey (5) 46. Scoffs DOWN Alert (9) 47. Steeple part (5) 3. ‘... The Hun’ (6) 14. Self-employed (9) 47. Manservant (6)(6) 1. ‘... Sound 15. 15. So So (9) (9) 47. Steeple 3. The (5) Hun’ 14. 47. Manservant Sound (5) (6) (8) 49. Ate (5) part (5) 4.1.Memorandum 15. Self-employed Concord (9) (9) 48. Form of of expression (5)(5) 2. Sent (11) 16. 16. Directs (6)(9) 49. Ate (5) 4. Memorandum (8) 15. Concord 48. Form expression 2. Sent (11) Directs (6) 5. Most supple (7) 16. Register (4) 49.49. Water vapour (5)(5) 3. (8)supple 18. 18. Skull (7) (7) 5.6.Shy Most 16. (4) Water vapour 3. Shy (8)terra (7) Skull Earth; ... (5) 17.Register Harsh (7) 50.50. Gambol (5)(5) 4. Earth; Of Of public revenue 21. 21. Disorder Gambol public Disorder 6. terra ... (5)(6)(6) 17. (7)(4) 7.4.Snakes (6)revenue 19.Harsh Illustrate (6)(4) SOLUTION 5. Snakes Turn outwards 23. 23. Racket (3)(6) 5. Turn outwards Racket (3) 7. (6)(8) (5)(5) 19. SOLUTION Solution last week, 8 June 8. Dredged 23.Illustrate Rides bike (6) For February 16, 2005 SOLUTION SOLUTION 6. Dredged Constrict (7)(7) 25. 25. Take bybike sipssips (3) (3) 6. Constrict Take by 8. (8) 23. Rides (6) For February 16, 2005 9. Atrocities (11) 26. Selling (7) Solution last week, 11 November For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 7. Atrocities Has high morals 27. 27. Stake (4)(7) 7. Has high morals(8)(8) Stake (4) 9. (11) 26. Selling Restrict (5) 29.28. Assistant (4) 8.10. Reduce (6) 8.Restrict Reduce (6) 28. Artlessness (7) (7) Artlessness 10. (5) 29. Assistant (4) Found (7)(7) 30.30. Era (3)chair;Chaise 9.Found Sanction Low Chaise ... (6) 9.16. Sanction (7) 30. Low chair; ... (6) 16. (7) 30. Era (3) 18. More discourteous (5) 32.32. Small amount (3) 10. Audacity (5) Expert; ... hand (3) 10. Audacity (5) 32. Expert; ... hand (3) 18. More discourteous (5) 32. Small amount (3) 20. Disloyalty (7) 34. Drawn tight (4) 16. Arrange in Strange 16. Arrange in steps (7)(7) 33. 33. Strange (3) (3) 20. Disloyalty (7)steps 34. Drawn tight (4) 21. Bishops diocese (3) ...(7) 35.34. Stance (7) 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) Zealous 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank 34. Zealous (6) (6) 21. Bishops diocese (3) 35. Stance (7) 22. Insect (3) 36. Promotes (6) 19. Competitor In brisk time(music) 19. Competitor (5)(5) 35. 35. In brisk time(music) (7) (7) 22. Insect (3) 36. Promotes (6) 24. Rural in manner (11) 39.36. Senility (6)(4) (4) 20. N.Z. Prime Minister U.S. state 20. N.Z. Prime Minister 36. U.S. state 24. Rural in manner (11) 39. Senility (6) 25. Soak up liquid (3) 40. Outlawed (7) 1975-84 Sir Robert 37. Biblical vessel (3) 1975-84 Robert (7)(7) 37. Outlawed Biblical vessel (3) 25. Soak upSir liquid (3) ... ... 40. (7) (4) 27. Praise highly (5) 42.39. Broad smile 22. Boils (7) Curve (3) 22. Boils (7) 39. Curve (3) 27. Praise highly 42. Broad smile (4) 28. Chatter (3) (5) 46.41. Beekeepers (9) 24. Catch (3) Cupid 24. Catch (3)(3) 41. Cupid (4) (4) (9) 28. Chatter 46. Beekeepers 31. Member of upper 48. Amazed (9) Group Exposed to air 26. Group of of whales (3)(3) 43. 43. Exposed to air (7) (7) 31.26. Member of whales upper 48. Amazed (9) classes(sl) (3) 50. Complain (5) 29. Topic (5) 45. Female relatives (6) 29. Topic (5) 45. Female relatives (6) classes(sl) (3) 50. Complain (5) 33. on clothes (3)(4-7) 51.48. Notable (7) time(Lat) (9) 31.Put Uninvited guest An endless 31. guest (4-7) 48. An endless 33. Uninvited Put on clothes (3) 51. Notable (7) time(Lat) (9) Deoxyribonucleic acid handed people(inf) Deoxyribonucleic acid 49. 49. LeftLeft handed people(inf) (9) (9) 32.32.


Wednesday June 15, 2016

redcoats limited licensed under the REAA

Sunday 1:30-2:00pm

VILLAGE 38 Sunny Grove




Wonderfully appointed four bedroom home. Large lounge with heatpump and open fire. Kitchen and Dining combined with dishwasher. Master bedroom with ensuite and spa bath. All good size rooms. Insulated top and bottom with ventilation system. Lovely bush setting.

For sale by Negotiation

Donna Tschurtschenthaler p 04 564 5315 m 027 220 7495 e

Wainuiomata 355 Wellington Road SUBDIVIDABLE TOWN AND COUNTRY




Offering; the convenience of the town life and that relaxed country feel. The best of both worlds is truly the case with this unique


property.Set on 4711m2 of land, with ample space for the hobby

For sale by Negotiation

farm lifestyle dream. This modern 120m2 home is tastefully decorated throughout and is sure to please with great indoor outdoor flow.There are 3 good size bedrooms, modern bathroom.

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

Wainuiomata 2 Best Street




This small one bedroom home is ready for its next owner. Tidy and compact with a heatpump to keep you warm in the winter months, and an easily managed section to enjoy the summer. This property is fully fenced and has a garage.

For sale by Negotiation

Paul Butcher p 04 564 5318 m 021 209 5645 e

Sunday 2:15-2:45pm

Sunday 1:30-2:00pm

PARKWAY 20 Kawatiri Grove


GLENDALE 14 Bythell Street


Perfect Parkway Location




For sale by Tender closing at 10 Wainuiomata Road, 4pm Thu 23 June

Well maintained, insulated and ready to be SOLD! Currently tenanted and tenants wanting to stay this property has a lot to offer. Three generous bedrooms, open plan living opening out to a north facing deck, one run carpet and neutral paintwork throughout. Solid fencing, excellent garaging, section drainage and potential to add value.

For sale by Tender closing at 10 Wainuiomata Road, 4pm Thu 23 June

This large 4 bedroom home is located in a top Parkway Street. Built in the 1990s this home offers a spacious open plan kitchen/dining/lounge. Lounge opens to patio area. Master bedroom with ensuite and walkin wardrobe. Excellent storage, ventilation system, alarm, insulated, heatpump and gas infinity hot water. Double garage internal access.

Judy Robinson

Linda Turner

p 04 564 9173 m 021 536 671 e

p 04 564 5317 m 021 645 098 e

Sunday 12:00-12:30pm

CENTRAL 67 Moohan Street


PARKWAY 34 Meremere Street






This large family home sits on a well proportioned section with a good size garage and workshop. This home has seen better days and would benefit from a little TLC. 4 large bedrooms, one with ensuite, great size living and open plan kitchen. If you need space, call today.

Paul Butcher

Sitting in the heart of Meremere this home is sure to please its new owner. Offering 3 good size bedrooms, this home has lovely decor & polished floors. Modern galley style kitchen with dishwasher. Spacious lounge. Large bathroom with bath and separate shower. Separate toilet and seperate laundry. Covered deck at the rear offers more space. Wayne Barton p 04 564 5127 m 021 744 116 e

p 04 564 5318 m 021 209 5645 e

Tui Reid

For sale by Negotiation

For sale by Negotiation

p 04 212 6797 m 021 650 555 e

10 Wainuiomata Road, Wainuiomata

Wainuiomata News 15-06-16  

Wainuiomata News 15-06-16

Wainuiomata News 15-06-16  

Wainuiomata News 15-06-16