Wednesday January 11, 2017
Local wins top prize
Year in review
Johnsonville local Lulu Quayle was presented with a brand new iPhone7 for Christmas by Domino’s New Zealand as part of a Facebook competition in the lead-up to Christmas. In the “12 Days of Christmas Giveaways” Domino’s Facebook fans were asked to enter each day for prizes, giving responses to a question posed, and as each day progressed the value of the prizes increased, with the ultimate prize – a brand new iPhone7 being awarded on the final day. Lulu received her prize from the Domino’s Johnsonville store manager personally, and was thrilled to get a new phone saying “it was the best end to 2016/start of 2017 that she could have asked for”.
Looking back over 2016
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Johnsonville Senior Citizens Club Inc JULY:
Victor ia University announced new accommodation for their 2017 students and the Johnsonville Lions raised $15,000 for a new freezer at the Gillies McIndoe Research Institute. Safer Speeds were implemented in Ngaio, Northland, Khandallah and Wadestown and the Predator Free 2050 scheme launched at Zealandia. AUGUST:
The closing of Wellington’s beloved Kirkcaldie and Stains saw the opening of the new David Jones department store and the city celebrated 75 years of women in police. While the Challenge 2000 team hit
the streets for their annual appeal, the 1909 Karori Chapel was restored. The Greater Wellington Regional Council unanimously passed motions for more Park’n’Ride and better bus hubs locally.
While Makara Model School celebrated 150 years in existence, the Greater Wellington Regional Council voted unanimously for the Living Wage. Wellington City became more accessible to blind people thanks to Kontakt. io beacons. The capital had the highest local government voter turnout since 2002 when the city elected a new Mayor – Johnsonville’s Justin Lester.
Ot a r i-Wilton Bush was awarded a G-Star Garden of International Significance and the Newlands Kapa Haka festival saw the Newlands College hall overflowing with keen spectators. New plans were revealed for a $150 million Johnsonville Shopping Centre upgrade and Karori residents expressed their concerns over the closing of the Victoria University Karori Campus.
An official turning of the sod ceremony marked the beginning of the Karori Event Centre and Newlands College student Finn Lewis claimed the bragging rights for being the
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While the team at the Katherine Mansfield House and Garden raised funds to repair the historic site after it was damaged in the November quake, the Campbell Kindergarten group were fighting to save their space on the Karori Campus site. Wellingtonians celebrated a Very Welly Christmas in the city and locals enjoyed a sunny Johnsonville Christmas Parade thanks to the Lions.
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