Wednesday August 2, 2017
readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street. Question: What are you looking forward to in Term 3?
Edward Malcolm-Tait, Wadestown School “I’m looking forward to Art Splash, science and mini-ball.”
James Van Derzouwe, Wadestown School “Doing mini-ball with Ed and Art Splash. And doing reading in the class. I quite like science, too.”
Drew Stanway, Wadestown School “I’m looking forward to art, painting, and designs. I’m also more of a sporty person.”
Bridget Murray, Wadestown School “PE, science, and Art Splash.”
Rosa Holland, Wadestown School “I like sewing, Art Splash, science and probably fitness class.”
Sylvie McLaren, Wadestown School “Art Splash, PE, sports, and science. And reading in my class.”
EYE ON CRIME In Johnsonville the person door of an external garage of a house in Clifford Road was forced open to gain entry. The door frame was split in the process. A quantity of alcohol, meat from a freezer, and a variety of tools including a heavy jack hammer were stolen. In Wheeler Way a garage was entered, possibly through an unlocked door, and tools were targeted. A concrete breaker, a concrete drill, a drop saw, a skill saw and batteries were
stolen. A house, currently on the market for sale, was entered via a door to a downstairs flat. The house had been an open home during the previous weekend. Four TV sets and a blue ray player were stolen. Two cabinets had been moved to the garage in preparation for taking away but had been left there by the burglars. In Ironside Road a black Nissan Presea saloon car parked unlocked overnight in the driveway of a house was entered
and searched. It was found next day with the boot and doors left open. Nothing of value had been left in the car. Also in Ironside Road a black Suzuki Hatchback parked in a driveway was entered but no sign of force used. The vehicle was searched and unspecified items were taken. A white Honda Stream also parked overnight in a carport in Ironside Road was broken into and a GPS unit and designer sunglasses were stolen. A Honda stationwagon
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parked in Haumia Street had its rear registration plate stolen. In Newlands the downstairs of a house in Helston Road was entered through a garage door which could be opened without force. A large quantity of hand and power tools, an iphone, some alcohol and a wallet containing ID and bank cards were stolen. The cards were later found chopped up on a nearby road. A house in Black Rock Road was broken into and access gained
through a jemmied bathroom window. Bedrooms were targeted and a quantity of clothing and an ipod were stolen. A vacant room in a motel in Newlands Road was entered and a TV, a heater and some artwork were stolen. In Khandallah an attempt was made to break into a block of six garages located on council owned land in Mandalay Terrace. No access was gained but the locks on all of the doors were damaged.
Independent Herald 02-08-17