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The Maori Battalion was remembered at the Wainuiomata Marae last Wednesday, 24 hours after the main Anzac Day service at the cenotaph. About 35 people including descendants of the fallen and those in the war at Gallipoli and other wars who returned home, gathered to remember those who had served. Continued on page 2. Those remembering the Maori battalion proceed to the Marae.


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Significant opportunity to remember Maori Battalion Continued from page 1. The 28th Maori Battalion was part of the fighting arm of the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force during the Second World War. “It’s very significant,” Marae manager Linda Olsen said. “It’s a chance to remember people from the different wars.” After a short procession to the Marae, with many holding framed images of ancestors, prayers and songs were offered, both in English and in Maori, including Now Is The Hour (Po Atarau), and Pokarekare Ana. Po Atarau was heard often during the Second World War as soldiers were farewelled - and it was also used to farewell Maori soldiers departing for the First World War. Many, most holding framed images, told stories of their grandparents, parents and uncles who served their country and what this meant to them. After those gathered left the marae, Gabriel Tupou, also deputy chairperson of the Wainuiomata Community Board, played the Last Post on his bugle during a flag-raising ceremony.

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Gabriel Tupou, left, plays The Last Post as the flag is raised.

After the event Kauri Mahuika, 20, who speaks fluent Maori and had several ancestors at Gallipoli, said the both the Anzac service and the Marae remembrance were amazing to be a part of. He was carrying two framed images of his grandfather and great-uncle, one who never returned from the war. “It’s very important to me – it reminds me of the time when our soldiers went to war,” he said. “Four members of my family went – only three made it back.” Waka Kerehona, a Maori warden who remembered members of his family who served at both WWI and WWII, said it was important for him to remember those who had gone before in a unique Maori way. Linda said the Maori Battalion was not specifically mentioned at the Anzac Day service so a separate acknowledgement was appropriate. “The Maori battalion didn’t get acknowledged in the speeches,” she said. The Marae commemoration is in its third consecutive year and is likely to continue to be an annual event.

Pencarrow Lions grant $1000 to community The Pencarrow Lions Club made a presentation to two community groups at one of its fortnightly meetings last month. The Wainuiomata Community Patrol and the local Fire Brigade were both presented $500 cheques by club president Josephine Gibbs, after the two groups were suggested as worthy recipients at a movie night on March 11. T hey were ‘aboulutely thrilled’ to be presented with the grants, Josephine said.

The club meets at Louise Bilderbeck Hall on Tuesdays, and members raise money during the year, primarily through raffles, movie nights and sausage sizzles. They then distribute grants locally. “We do what we can do,” Josephine says. “We are in Wainuiomata and we want to keep the money in Wainuiomata.” The Pencarrow Lions Club has been working in the community for the past 31 years.

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Aurora lights seen Stargazers throughout the country were treated to a light display as the Aurora Australis lit up the sky last Sunday evening. Tom Moody was out with his camera in Wainuiomata and was lucky to catch it at 8.40pm – after waiting more than an hour to see the green, yellow and pink display through his camera lens. Without a camera the colours are a bit of a blur.

“You don’t get that colour with the naked eye,” Tom said. “What better way to round off a huge weekend of looking after the planet than to sit on Wainuiomata Beach and take photos of this.” Tom took the images on a Canon 80D semi-pro digital single lens reflex camera with a wide landscape lens set on a tripod with the shutter open for 20

seconds to capture all the information. The lights were caused by a geomagnetic storm, the result of a large hole in the sun’s surface. They were visible throughout the country on both Saturday and Sunday. The colours of the aurora are due to factors such as the type of gas molecule, the electrical state at the time of collision, and the type of solar wind particle that the gas collides with.

Welcome to Wainuiomata By Dave Crampton

Wainuiomata is about to be spruced up with a new four metre high welcome sign to be installed within a couple of months. In addition, there will be a new macrocarpa sign on the Wainuiomata Hill look out, and seating that used to be on Queen Street is to be replaced. New information signposts will be installed in the region, that will be lit up during darkness. A basketball hoop should be up near the Queen Street Reserve next week. Love Wainuiomata’s Esther Venning said the project to beautify Wainuiomata has been ongoing, with both community involvement and council funding driving the

process. She says it is a good opportunity for ‘the community to let the community take the reins’. “We want to give people the opportunity to be involved. The most important thing is that people own it.” The temporary Queen Street seating will be replaced, with a more solid seating built in macrocarpa by local builders. “We are going to do something more permanent that has more of a Wainui feel,” Esther said. The main welcome sign was based on an open public competition and the poles will be made of Totara, and carved by local carvers in conjunction with the Wainuiomata Marae when the wood is sourced. It will

have ferns growing beneath it, and images of kiwi cut out below the sign. “The kiwi is very special for Wainuiomata -there’s live kiwi in the Rimutaka Forest Park,” Esther said “But we haven’t been able to get the size and the quality of Totara. We need wood that is good for carving but also for strength and longevity.” One thing that Esther wants the 100,000 visitors who drive to the Rimutaka Forest Park each year is to stop in the village on the way, and hopes the new improvements will encourage just that. “We want people to come to Queen Street and spend some time with us.”

A shopkeeper was allegedly bashed over the head by a suspected shoplifter last week after a fight in a Queen Street shop. Police were called to the shop after reports of a brawl and they arrived just after 7pm last Monday. A police spokeswoman said no-one was injured in the incident and confirmed they had received reports of fighting in the shop. “They think one person was trying to steal food.” The spokeswoman said the owner of the supermarket was trying to defend himself and it appeared that nothing was stolen.

Stormy night Another storm hit the Hutt last Sunday, but while Wainuiomata got a bit of rain in the freezing southerly it was largely left unscathed. Power was out in many Hutt suburbs on May 1, train services were cancelled and there were no bus replacements. In other parts of the country trampolines were sent flying. Power was restored in Hutt suburbs by Monday morning.

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Kiwi chicks returning to Rimutaka Forest Park

Light carnival to replace Petone festival

Nor t h Isla nd brown k iwi ch icks ret u r ned to the Rimutaka Forest Park on Saturday, as part of the Rimutaka Forest Park Tr ust’s commitment to building a self sust a in ing wild k iwi population in the region. There was a blessing at the Wainuiomata Marae late Saturday afternoon before the chicks’ return. The chicks have been gaining weight at the Wa r a k e i S a n c t u a r y predator free Kiwi Creche, nor th of Taupo, and are now at the 1200 grams necessary to protect themselves from stoats. “Since the first birds were released i n t he Rimutaka Forest Park in 2006 and 2009 the population has slowly increased to a n estimated 120 birds calling the southern Rimutakas home. We are very ex-

The HighLight Carnival of Lights is to replace the Petone Winter carnival for four days over Labour Weekend. HighLight will transform Riddiford Garden in central Lower Hutt into a wonderland of brilliant light installations and live performances, with a fireworks display each night. The free event will be open to all ages. Installations currently being planned for the carnival include a giant lightbulb suspended in mid-air, with an illuminated performer putting on a display inside. The Petone Winter Carnival has been plagued by poor weather, which resulted in lower than expected visitors to the event.

World Smokefree Day World Smokefree Day is on May 31 and the Hutt City Council is highlighting the need for the Hutt to be a smoke -free city – so it is doing Smoke-free May. The theme for the day is “It’s about whānau”. This means encouraging and supporting friends, families and whanau to quit, and creating environments where our children are free from exposure to second hand smoke. The council is exploring creating smokefree town centres, with work starting in Wainuiomata and Stokes Valley to gauge community views. Residents and business owners alike are encouraged to participate.

cited as these chicks are second generation r imuta ka birds, their parents having been born wild in the park,” Trust spokesperson Melody Mclaughlin said. The success of the project has been made possible through the support of volunteers, sponsor and donors. Dedicated suppor t of volu nte er trappers and trap maintenance crew ensures the pest trapping operation is successfully maintained and continues to provide a safe haven for the birds to return to. Sponsorship co-ordinator Rosemary Thompson said two of the young birds will be named by people sponsoring their release. “The support of sponsors and donors is invaluable ensuring we can continue to increase the population in the park.”

Business breakfast By Dave Crampton

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A taxation compliance officer provided some tips on navigating business tax issues at Development Wainuiomata’s April business breakfast on Friday. Inland Revenue community compliance officer Bruce Peterson navigated local business people through the business tax system, including the availability of free seminars on GST

The Wainuiomata Shopping Centre is holding another pop-up market after it success last week. The market is to be on Friday from 4pm, with all stall spaces clearly named. There will be live music. Many local entrepreneurs will be selling their wares, including arts, crafts and food. Last week in excess of 200 people visited the market, one of the biggest crowds seen in the Wainuiomata Shopping Centre for some time.

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Cool Community Clive Cannons gave the main speech at last week’s Anzac Day service. It had a real Wainuiomata flavour. With his permission, we present an edited excerpt here. When I first came to Wainuiomata, I was told I would never be here long enough to get to know the real Wainui. It is 30 years and 146 days since I arrived Not only do I know this community, I love it. It is one of the coolest, most vibrant, most wonderful communities in New Zealand. I always try to be positive about what we have, but I realise that there is a problem with how our town is perceived by people outside our valley, and unfortunately by some of the negative people who live here. I know and you know that Wainuiomata is fulfilling for those who live here, visit here, work here, invest here, raise a family here or retire here.

The brand of ‘Wainuiomata’ can invoke positive feelings and images for everyone who comes into contact with anyone from Wainuiomata, or into contact with anything associated with Wainuiomata. People can believe that being in Wainuiomata is good for them and will benefit them! There are huge advantages for people who live here, work here, or invest here. Today while we celebrate and acknowledge the contributions of past generations, we also look to the future. We have been handed a torch, a legacy. An opportunity to build on what past generations achieved. Opportunities to celebrate Wainuiomata’s special qualities, Wainuiomata’s special people and Wainuiomata’s special stories. Theodore Roosevelt made an interesting comment when faced with a problem he didn’t have the resources to solve. ‘Do what you can with what you have where

you are.’ We have all the ingredients we need to make Wainuiomata really sing as the jewel in the crown of this region. As Wainuiomatians our goal is to create great moments of magic for everyone who comes into contact with anything or anyone connected with Wainuiomata. The question is, does our town’s reputation depend on our infrastructure, or on our people? You see Wainuiomata’s reputation rises or falls because of the attitudes of the people who live here. So let’s celebrate our people. Let’s acknowledge our heroes, those that work tirelessly, and those that call Wainuiomata home. I believe we have a positive future because we will have it together. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else!  What do you think? Do you agree with Clive? E-mail

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‘Think before you burn’ this winter By Dave Crampton

Concerns have been raised on the long-term effects that high levels of arsenic could have on the health of people in Wainuiomata. Arsenic is a known carcinogen, and can cause lung cancer. High levels of arsenic continue to be an issue affecting the air quality of Wainuiomata, ward councillor Campbell Barry said. He wants local fireplace users to ‘think before they burn’ this winter and said Wainuiomata continues to have arsenic levels which are much higher than other communities across the region. “People burning treated timber in their household fireplace is believed to be the main cause of the high arsenic levels, so it’s really important that we are all conscious about what we are burning through the winter,” Mr Barry said. “With cold weather on the way,

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readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street. Q: What do you think about recent vandalism damage on the Queen Street wooden seats that have since been removed?

Star Olsen, Wainuiomata “What do we want to turn ourselves into? That’s what we should be asking ourselves.”

Patoa Kerehona, Wainuiomata “I don’t like the kids doing that – it belongs to the community.”

Gabriel Tupou, Wainuiomata “I think it’s both disappointing but inevitable”

Paul Chapman, Wainuiomata “I believe we need more security cameras and I believe parents should be charged.”

More than a sixth of Hutt children have asthma - expert Urgent action is needed to reduce the impact of asthma on Hutt children, says one of the country’s leading experts on the disease prior to World Asthma Day yesterday. The incidence of asthma in the Hutt DHB area is among the highest in the country with the disease killing around 20 and hospitalising more than 280 locals each year. Recent data from the Impact of Respiratory Disease in New Zealand report says asthma prevalence of Hutt’s children is over 17 per cent - almost 3 per cent higher than the national average. It found significant socioeconomic differences in asthma hospitalisation with rates 3.7 times higher among those living in poverty. Associate professor Jim Reid from Otago University welcomed the report’s findings and says Kiwis are far too relaxed when it comes to dealing with asthma and its symptoms. “Because asthma is so common, people have become a bit cavalier about it, it seems like every kid on the block

has it, so it tends to get minimised, but last year 70 people died from asthma,” he says. Professor Reid said the key to getting the nation’s asthma burden under control is a simple Asthma Control Test carried out at a doctor’s surgery or pharmacy. “We have still got one of the highest incidences of asthma in the world. If children are appropriately treated then their chances of recovering from the disease are higher.”


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Potene Watere, Wainuiomata “Oh, you know, they should take care of the stuff.”

Donna George. Wainuiomata “It’s shocking. I don’t know if they have security cameras.”

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Parking in Wainuiomata has started to get rather creative. Brent Sylvester sent the Wainuiomata News this photo of a Subaru WRX taken in Upper Fitzherbert Road. “If you`re missing your WRX, it’s outside my place. No one is in it,” he said.

The car ended up in the ditch on the morning of April 28, and looks like it may have been pushed in – either that or there’s some creative parallel car parking in the area. The police have been notified as it appeared the car was stolen, possibly from elsewhere in the Hutt Valley.

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Every week our reporter Dave Crampton breaks news stories and meets locals throughout Wainuiomata. Each week he also shares a few tales from his travels. Wainuiomata is to get another spruceup, which ironically is timed shortly after the vandalism to seats in Queen Street, which have since been removed. Love Wainuiomata’s Esther Venning is a superb advocate for the region and her team of volunteers has worked hard to brighten up the region and Make Wainuiomata Great again – or at least, even better Also in this week’s paper, we include an edited transcript of Clive Cannon’s key speech at the Anzac Day commemorations. As most would know, Clive owns Clive’s Chemist in Wainuiomata, where he is known as The Clive Cannons Happy Chemist. Wearing his new suit, he delivered a fine speech with a local

flavour that those who were not there would have missed out on. Each month, business leaders get together for a monthly breakfast at the Louise Bilderbeck Hall. Held on the last Friday of every month, these get- togethers area great opportunity for business owners to network and hear from an interesting speaker – and share breakfast together. If you are a business owner, you may want to get along to the next one.  If you have made a New Zealand sports team, are holding a community event or have a significant anniversary – or simply just want to write a letter - do get in touch at dcrampton@wsn. The Wainuomata News is your paper.


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Notification of Aerial Control Works Application of a Vertebrate Toxic Agent Southern Rimutaka Aerial Project POSSUM CONTROL OPERATION The Greater Wellington Regional Council’s BioWorks Unit wishes to advise the public of its intention to aerially apply the toxin Sodium Fluoroacetate (1080) for the purpose of controlling possums in the Southern Rimutaka Aerial Project operational area. The operation is being undertaken on behalf of TBfree New Zealand, with support from the Department of Conservation to protect local farms from tuberculosis infection and to enhance native biodiversity. Control Area: The Southern Rimutaka Aerial Project operational area is divided into two treatment areas Part One: Includes East Harbour Regional Park and adjoining private land. The area extends between Rata Ridge track in the north and the Parangarahu Lakes area in the south and is all situated west of Coast Road. Part Two: Includes the Rimutaka Forest Park (RFP) and some adjoining private land, south of Wainuiomata. The northern boundary includes the Wainui Trust Boys Brigade Camp, the East Whakanui track and the Papatahi Crossing. The western boundary runs along Graces Stream, the RFP access road at the Catchpool, highpoint Boyo trig 433m and Coast Road near Plumbago Stream. The southern boundary passes through Orongorongo station. The eastern boundary runs parallel with the Rimutaka cycle trail between Turakirae Head and Corner Creek, extending northwards to Wharepapa hut. A detailed map of the treatment area may be viewed by appointment at the office of Bioworks (see below), or on line at Commencement Date: Part one; non-toxic cereal pre-feed pellet baits have been applied in this area on Wednesday 26 April. The application of cereal pellets containing 1080 will commence from 8 May 2017 onwards, providing suitable weather conditions exist. Part two will commence with the application of non-toxic cereal pre-feed pellets beginning on the first day of favourable weather after part 1 has been completed. Following completion of pre-feeding, the application of cereal pellets containing 1080 will commence from 15 May 2017 onwards, providing suitable weather conditions exist. Bait Description: Pre-feed: Cereal based pellet, approximately 20mm long, coloured brown. Toxic bait: Cereal based pellet, approximately 30mm long, dyed green with a toxic loading of 1.5g/kg Sodium Fluoroacetate (1080). Deer repellent will be applied to all prefeed and 1080 baits. Precautions: The public are reminded of the danger that toxic baits and possum carcasses pose, particularly to children and dogs. Children should be kept under strict supervision in the operational area. Dogs should be kept under strict control at all times and not have access to, or be taken into the operational area as they are particularly susceptible to 1080 and poisoned carcasses. Poison warning signs will be erected at all points of public access and the public are reminded that it is an offence to remove any of these signs. Please follow instructions on the signs. Further Information: For further information about the Southern Rimutaka Aerial Project operation, please contact: BioWorks Team Leader at Greater Wellington at 34 Chapel Street, Masterton or by telephone on 0800 496734 during normal working hours.

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Free Delivery in Wainui Wainuiomata Rugby Premiers are inching up the table towards the Jubilee Cup playoffs summer pools were built by us. after winning its home double headerOur with Blends in well did cause no fuss. Petone on Anzac Day and picking up another Trades and Services With hydro slide will cause a splash. bonus point. It headed off Petone 28-17 in their Darren And to it many people dash. Situation Vacant Larsen Cup clash at William Jones ParkThrough with native bush we twist and wiggle. some good attacks and a solid defence.From the children brings a giggle. Wainuiomata replacement flanker Severn Matt days a week the place is open. Jacobs scored the match-winning tryHot with summer days we all are hopen! about 15 minutes to play to get another bonus point and the fifth win in seven matches to be fifth on the points table after this weekend’s 46 Waione St Petone Public Notice loss to Norths. Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm The home side had had earlier scored three Formerly cpa spares OF THEafter D AY tries and led 18-7 at halftime, lock Jalan Flanker Matt Jacobs about to score the match winnng try against Petone. Wainuiomata Squash Club Farris opened the scoring. Petone replied with Funeral Director an intercept try to second five-eighth Lester nuiomata 36-20 in the earlier game before an AGM N Sports talk Maulolo, one of two soft tries in the game. Anzac remembrance between the two games 51. J.K. Later, after the ball was spilled free, Petone’s where the Last Post was played and a moment Rowling 7.00pm Willie Fine sprinted all of 80 metres to set of silence was given. chose the Monday November up a try to second five-eighth Jonny Sykes Meanwhile30th Thomas Umaga-Jensen is one unusual the Clubrooms on debut. of six At Wellington players who have been name Assistant coach Daniel Smith was pleased selected in the New Zealand U20 team to ‘Hermione’ with the performance, despite some runaway play at the Oceania U20 tournament on the Corner of Main Road so young tries to Petone. Gold Coast, which started on Friday. The and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata girls “I think we had pretty good set pieces and we former New Zealand Secondary Schools repwere able to put them under pressure,” he said. resentative was called into the squad after a wouldn’t Wainuiomata be teased has never won the Jubilee Cup, recent run of impressive performances during Bringing local news but has reached the finals, which is worth the 2017 Swindale Shield club competition. for itbeing Eric Murray’s retirement from row- mill. celebrating in itself. You can be sure if it does Hurricanes utility back Peter Umaga-Jensen, nerdy! to the community ing presents the prospect that Hamish Having met Bond casually a couple of so again and wins, there will be a long party. was not considered due to injury. Bond’s road cycling exploits may times when he was out of competition, “When they lost, they partied for three days,” The team played against Fiji on Friday, become more than just a phase. he struck me as a quiet, no fuss, do the Daniel said. “We want to win Situation the JubileeVacant Samoa yesterday, and will play Australia on Murray announced his retirement job and go home type of person. Cup – we`ve never won it.” Saturday. All matches are played at Bond after two Olympic gold medals and an In contrast, Murray was more of the In the second XV results, Petone beat Wai- University, Gold Coast Rugby Fields. A solid unbeaten run which spanned 69 races. charismatic talker with the beaming Such dominance is rarely seen in smile and flashy facial hair that you any sport and they, along with Mahe either adored or cringed at. Drysdale, have been the backbone of However, having interviewed Bond a golden era of New Zealand rowing. after a cycle race, there is clearly a Since then Bond has spent his time very analytical, motivated and savvy cycling. sportsman with a big heart and desire The Tour of Southland event and a to win at everything. race win over Kiwi Tour de France In his answers to my questions I noted rider George Bennett in Nelson, has a more hardened resolve to him and his seen the rower turn plenty of heads cycling quest. Deliverers Required in while pushing the pedals. This is not like the McCaw’s doing a The smart money suggests he could multi-sport event for fun. Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. be a bolter for the Commonwealth Bond is deadly serious about comGames. petitive cycling. Sunday night’s news about his good You wouldn’t bet against him causing Applications are available at our recruitment Wainuiomata friend only intensify that a View big stirthe on the Gold Coast inNews 2018. offi ce or atwill the security gate based in the rumour online Ngauranga George in Wellington. Bodies everywhere: Wainuiomata players are all over a second half maul. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.



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