Page 1

Specialist Maths tuition and English tuition

FREE assessment and introductory lesson! Johnsonville Ph 477 4055 Karori Ph 476 9200 43981

Wednesday April 25, 2018

Today 11-17

Thursday 13-18

Friday 12-17

A tragic waste Do you need long term or respite care for your loved one?

Saturday 10-17

By Glenise Dreaver

Suzanne Hartley of Grenada Village last week honoured her maternal great uncle Alfred Sharp at the white cross in the Salamanca garden that symbolises his service and death. She tells the story of Alfred, who enlisted on October 11, 1917 at the age of 31. There is no record of why he enlisted so late in the war says Suzanne. Continued on page 2. Suzanne Hartley of Grenada Village, with her cousin Deryck Norman of Silverstream. They are at the cross remembering Alfred Sharp, their maternal greatgrandmother’s brother, killed in action three days before the war ended. PHOTO: BRIAN SHEPPARD



FREE FLUE AND SHIELD KIT Call now and chat to Brenda Ph: 04 478 4023 16-18 Earp Street, JOHNSONVILLE E:

Phone: (04) 587 1660


with Masport, metrofires and Woodsman wood fires

*T’s&C’s apply, see in store for details.


128 Churchill Drive - Ph: 04 479 8765 - Locals supporting locals Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 6:00pm - Saturday & Sunday: 8:30am - 6:00pm Anzac day open 1:00pm - 6:00 pm

Authorised by Brett Hudson, 29 Broderick Rd, Johnsonville



Wednesday April 25, 2018

How to reach us

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


Glenise Dreaver 587 1660 NATIONAL SALES

Sam Barnes 587 1660 SALES

David Lewis 587 1660 SALES

Steve Maggs 587 1660 CLASSIFIED SALES

Brief service: A life cut short Continued from page 1. His tragically brief period of service symbolises the carnage and waste of life that went on right until the end of the war. It was April 23, 1918 when Alfred embarked on the Willochra for the six-week journey that would take him to Egypt. Ultimately, on September 7, he was sent to France. Rif leman Sharp was wounded on November 2 but went back to the front on November 4. His service record had recorded his earlier arrival in Étaples, a notorious base camp for those on their way to the front. Un-

der appalling conditions soldiers were subjected to intensive training in gas warfare and bayonet drill, a nd long sessions of marching at the double across the dunes. It has been recorded that many wounded would rather return to the front with unhealed wounds than remain at Étaples. Whether that applied to Alfred will never be known. We do know that on the day of his return to the front, and just three days before the fighting stopped on November 7, Alfred’s division captured the town of Le Quesnoy

in a dramatic action that included scaling a ladder set against the ancient town walls. Alfred did not take part in the climb that day, being killed just before the town was liberated. He will be remembered at Le Quesnoy today along with the other soldiers who died, as Anzac Day has been celebrated there every year since 1923. The town streets are also named after New Zealand places, there is a New Zealand memorial and museum and a primary school bears the name of a New Zealand soldier Lieutenant Leslie Averill.

Bomber crew honoured after long delay On June 28, 2012, at 89 years of age, John Hyndman was one of the former bomber air crew members present as the Queen unveiled The Bomber Command Memorial in London. It commemorates the 55,573 air crew who died while serving in bombers during World War II. This was one of the great thrills of John’s life. Then, as now, he was living at the

Malvina Major Retirement Village and he was one of 30 flown from New Zealand, looked after and accommodated, he says, “in total luxury”. The reason for the long delay in erecting the memorial he puts fi rmly at the feet of Winston Churchill, who had opposed original moves to erect it soon after the war. “Because Bomber Harris had ordered the bombing of

DISTRIBUTION Genx Distribution (04) 970 0439

25,280 copies weekly

Independent Herald The largest circulating newspaper in Wellington West & Northern suburbs YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER

Rifleman Alfred Sharp: One of the last New Zealand casualties of World War 1

Former Bomber Command aircrew member John Hyndman, 95, keeps a painting of a Lancaster bomber above his bed at the Malvina Major Retirement Village.

Dresden.” That was an historic city of no strategic value and Churchill was very angry indeed, said John. John is probably best described as one of the lucky ones, who missed, by the merest whisker, being in active combat. In 1941, a teachers’ training college student, he and his classmates were all “bundled” into the army, he said. Then it was realised there were too many army recruits, so he was “bundled” into the Royal Air Force. Training in New Zealand, then Canada, he was finally posted to 150 Bomber Command in Lincolnshire flying Lancasters. What John, now 95, remembers best was “forever training”. “I’ve had four hundred hours of flying time training in a Lancaster.” There were also great gaps of just nothing. “Basically training for retirement,” he says ruefully, with the benefit

of years and hindsight. He did meet a “rather attractive” girl in London. After the war and a delay of some years while he finished teacher training, the two married. They were preparing for active service when their navigator accidentally took them over the English Channel. “That meant another seven days training on night flying.” Then they were ready for their first, diversionary mission. “You fly in one direction when the real attack is coming from somewhere else.” Too late. As they prepared to leave, they were told the war was over. Two months later, John resumed teacher training. He went to Redwoodtown school in Blenheim, where they stayed until he retired in 1982, spending twenty years as principal. Then, some ten years ago and after his wife’s death, he shifted to the Malvina Major home in Broadmeadows to be nearer his daughter in Ngaio.

Wednesday April 25, 2018

inbrief news

Fields of Remembrance, Wellington Botanic Garden The Fields of Remembrance are open at the Salamanca Lawn, Wellington Botanic Garden, between April 18 and May 9. Small white crosses stretch across field after field. There are 5270 – one for every life lost in World War I, from the Wellington region alone. This was at a time when the population of the Wellington region was only 232,114.

These fields, created by the national Fields of Remembrance Trust, bring those numbers to life. The sheer scale of it brings a tragic reality to history, regardless of whether the lives lost were from our families. Some who come to pay their respects have no family connection to those soldiers, but many are direct descendants

and bring mementos of their forebears. The White Crosses project has organised three other regional Fields of Remembrance for reflection, located in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin, around Anzac Day every year since 2015. It is in its final year so the public is being encouraged to collect the crosses of their

friends or relatives on Sunday May 6 between 10am-4pm, when staff will be on hand to help find them.  Alternatively get in touch with Wellington City Council’s contact centre by emailing or phone 04 499 4444 with details of the relative/friend before Sunday May 6 so the team can put it aside for collection.

Support for a ‘hidden disability’ Twice a month, Johnsonville Community Centre hosts Wellington Aphasia Hub and Conversation Club meetings  for those who have lost the power of fluent speech.

In May, the Johnsonville Z station has nominated the aphasia group as one of the charities which clients can support. We explain why the group needs your support.

January 20, 2015. Stephen Gibbs, then the New Zealand School of Music events co-ordinator, and himself an accomplished musician, woke without any words. He also found his right side paralysed. At the age of 57, slender and very fit with none of the usual risk factors, Stephen had suffered an inexplicable stroke. Fortunately his wife Michelle, a hospice nurse, recognised the symptoms immediately. He was in hospital within the vital “golden hour” and with injections administered in time, the paralysis went within an hour. The aphasia (including, but not only, symptoms of loss of words, of reading and some numeracy skills) remained. Stephen was a former mathematics teacher and journalist as well as a professional communicator. Obviously aphasia

took his livelihood. Fortunately, he says, his wife is very patient, because though several years later he is improving all the time, random, irrelevant words can pepper his somewhat labored conversation. “Gender is hard too. I’m always saying ‘he’ instead of ‘she’ and vice versa.” Asked his phone number, he sings it. (Numbers are hard but the music remains, though playing in a group is difficult, with rhythm a challenge.) Reading is hard – “I could only read headlines”- and writing a sentence impossible. His indecipherable blog was a first step towards his now fluent music reviews on dmsreviewblog.wordpress. Another important step is employment - six hours a week working for the aphasia group. He has become a marriage celebrant and, a cellist, he also busks regularly, though he can only focus in quiet areas.

Showroom: 29 Hutt Road, Thorndon BLINDS FOR YOUR HOME AND OFFICE

WCC facebook forum Wellington City Council is to host a virtual forum about the city’s 10-yearplan on Facebook on May 1. It will be hosted by councillor Diane Calvert and nine others. Between 6pm-7.30pm councillors and officers will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. You can access the consultation document beforehand on https://www.10yearplan.

Myanmar residents meet

When the world turns upside down By Glenise Dreaver


The New Zealand Myanmar Ethnics Council (NZMEC) held its Annual General Meeting on April 15 at the Salvation Army rooms in Porirua. The annual gathering of Myanmar Ethnic Community members brings people from all over New Zealand representing Myanmar’s eight ethnic groups: Kachin, Kayah-karenni, Karen, Chin, Mon, Burmar, Arakan and Shan. Participants and guests from the local Kiwi community, as well as other migrant communities, attended to show support in the integration of the Myanmar ethnic community into that of greater New Zealand.

Stephen Gibbs busks with his cello. PHOTO: Ben Woods

Boomerang Bags

Those with aphasia are often reluctant to socialize he says so the aphasia group, including both sufferers and supporters, is therefore important in recovery.

Wellington Aphasia Hub and Conversation Club meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 10.15am in the Johnsonville Community Centre .

The Churton Park group making reusable fabric bags to replace plastic bags launched their scheme at the Churton Park New World supermarket on the Sunday before Easter. They gave away more than 600 bags. They also sold the bags at the Churton Park Multicultural fair for $5 each, with net produce bags for $1, raising funds to supply the sewers with thread as well as covering the cost of other materials used. The money raised also allowed the purchase of new silk screens for the Johnsonville and Newlands boomerang bags groups.

Greg O’Connor MP for Ōhāriu

Unit 2, 18 Moorefield Road, Johnsonville On the McDonald’s roundabout Open Monday – Friday 9am–5pm 04 4783332 • •

Exciting new fabrics • Wide range of blinds Colour consultancy • Installation - Repairs • 3 year guarantee

FREE measure and quote /GregOhariu @gregohariu PO Box 13264, Johnsonville, Wellington 6440

Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm, Sat 10am-2pm JUST DEDICATED TO YOUR SATISFACTION Ph: 04 472 9920 -

Authorised by Greg O’Connor, Parliament Buildings, Wellington


Wednesday April 25, 2018

inbrief news Help the helicopter service A fundraiser for the Westpac Lifeflight Trust helicopter service is to be held in the Johnsonville Community Centre on Saturday May 12. The evening is a Bingo night, with dinner, with music provided and games for the children. The cost is $15 per person with under-fives free. Blanche de Souza at Westpac asks you to RSVP to blanche.desouza@ by May 4.

Safe driving for seniors

Big Dog Walk proves popular By Glenise Dreaver

Some 200 dogs and about 1000 of their owners and supporters joined Wellington’s Big Dog Walk in great weather at Waitangi Park on Saturday morning. The walk is done annually in different cities during April, though they can be at different weekends. The event was a fundraiser for the newly-formed Charity ‘For Lots of Dogs’ and spokesperson Bailey McCormack said that the Wellington event had raised in the vicinity of $2000.

Entry was a gold coin and participants were given ‘Woof Packs’ filled with treats and branded gears. The charity distributes food for dogs in need which, thanks to support from suppliers, is provided at excellent rates. Not all the 200 dogs did the walk, as some preferred to socialise in the park while the rest walked though to the offleash dog-swim area that was the turning point. Bowls of water were provided there and the Lola Stays cafe in Oriental Parade also acted as a watering point.

A husky.

A bulldog.

Staying safe driving courses for senior road users are being held on May 18 and June 1, between 9.45am-12.15pm at Anvil House. The $10 workshops are designed to improve safe driving practices and increase knowledge so seniors can remain safely mobile. Costs include morning tea and course material. You can register at Age Concern by email: or phone Ann on 499 6646.

Accessibility Awards nominations open This is the first year of the Wellington Accessible Awards. They are designed to recognise businesses, initiatives and people who help make Wellington City more accessible for everyone. Nominations for the 2018 awards are open until May 31. More information is available at accessibilityawards.

Hundreds of owners and their dogs turn out at Waitangi Park.

Disability parking app recognised with award CCS Disability Action’s ground-breaking free mobility parking app, Access Aware, was recognised at the annual New Zealand Disability Support Network (NZDSN) Conference with the 2017/2018 award for ‘Most Innovative Technology’.

It’s the one stop shop for all your biking needs.

Muds, your friendly local bike shop since decades ago!

“Thanks and congratulations go to Access Aware partner ThunderMaps who created the app,” says Raewyn Hailes, Access Aware Coordinator for CCS Disability Action The app allows users to see the locations of known mobility

Ph 04 476 4961

purposes of enforcement. Free and simple to download from Google Play or Apple store, trials have been successfully completed in Christchurch and Wellington at the end of last year. The app is set to roll out nationally starting in Auckland.

What’s the Best Computer for Me? The Right CPU For You Last time we touched on Apple versus the Microsoft PC or laptop, the choice of which comes down to what you want your computer to do. Graphics, music, movies, Photoshop – all that creative stuff is perfect for a Macbook or IMac. For simple browsing the web, email, creating documents and spreadsheets, a standard laptop or PC is perfectly adequate and a lot cheaper. Firstly, you should know the components of every standard machine are very similar and many different makes & models come from the same factories in China. The look and styling is different but the working parts are the same. Next thing to consider is the CPU

(central processing unit). The brains of the machine, it controls the speed and complexity of the tasks to perform. Spreadsheets and word documents are simple. Online gaming is complex. The Intel Corporation dominate the CPU market with three main products; The Intel i3, i5 and i7. Each one is more powerful and faster than the other. So, for general office work, the i3 is fine. If you want more speed or you have teenagers at home, then the i5 is a better fit. The Intel i7 is ideal for gaming and highly complex graphic and video stuff. Next time, I’ll talk about RAM and what it does. Until then, Happy Computing, Carl

FREE Balancing with Wheel Alignment Normally $119

NOW $79

OFFER EXPIRES 30 APRIL 2018 • Air Conditioning • Suspension & Steering • Brake Repairs/ Machining • WOF Testing

• Cambelt Replacement • Tyres & Wheel Alignment • Car Servicing • Clutch Repairs

(Next to the under construction Kenepuru Interchange)

45 Kenepuru Dr | Porirua | 237 9690

MUD CYCLES 424 Karori Road, Karori

(Drive on access from Makara Rd)

park locations on a map in real time so they can find a park when they need it. Users can also make a report of any parking abuse they observe. These parking abuse reports are shared in real-time with participating councils for

Mon-Fri: 7.30am – 5.30pm Sat: 8.30am – 12.00pm Book a Nerd online at or phone 0800 63 33 26

Windows 10 deadline looms

FREE PHONE 0800 2886 4357

Wednesday April 25, 2018


5000 give feedback on future of education

New British buses welcomed to Wellington

More than 5000 people have already had their say about the future of education, via the ‘Education Conversation’ initiative. The online survey at asks four questions: What does a successful student of the future look like to you? What will they need to know and be able to do? What things need to be in place to make sure every learner is successful? If you were the boss of education in New Zealand, what would you do first? The views shared will be discussed at the Education Summit in May and the government has said they will then inform their education work programme.




Greg O’Connor, MP for Ohariu, is enthusiastic about the Greater Wellington Regional Council’s move to invest $40m in 114 UK-manufactured hybrid Optare buses for Wellington. Tranzit will operate the buses on behalf of GWRC. After attending Thursday’s launch of the first bus to arrive, Greg said it was fantastic to see investment in a fleet of new, cleaner and lighter

buses. “The buses are a real winner for Wellington,” he said, adding that they are not just lighter, but more economical than the buses currently in use. The British High Commission celebrated the occasion with a function hosted by Acting British High Commissioner Helen Smith at her Karori residence. The bus features the latest Euro




with Masport, metrofires and Woodsman wood fires

*T’s&C’s apply, see in store for details.

99 79 Goldair $

Eco Panel Heater

Economical. Wall mountable with a paintable surface to match any décor. H: 590mm, W: 598mm, D: 380mm. 425 Watt. 317688

7 Jobmate $ 99

Photoelectric Smoke Alarm With hush button. 9v battery operated. 283823






3M 5 Window Indoor Insulator Kit

Clear film that shrinks tight. Insulates and reduces air infiltration. 2 Window $14.95 173006

2,999 Masport

98 49 EXLUSIVE $

Nouveau Rattan Log Basket

24 Hour Timer

Manual twist dial. lto 24Hr timer with easy to set 48 on and off cycles every 24 hours, 15 minute interval settings, with manual override switch.. 103325

Thick, durable rattan. H: 430mm, W: 470mm, L: 470mm. 317640

98 12 Browns $

$50 Store Card

Receive a $50 Store Care with every $500 you spend on Bradford Gold Insulation up to $5000 500 Days No Payments No Interest on all Polyester, Glass Wool and Polystyrene installation purchases over $1000 in store 25/08/16 5:02 pm

Offers valid Thursday 12th April - Thursday 31st May 2018. T’s & C’s apply. Visit for more details.


128 Churchill Drive - Ph: 04 479 8765 - Locals supporting locals Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 6:00pm - Saturday & Sunday: 8:30am - 6:00pm Anzac day open 1:00pm - 6:00 pm

Gutter Whiskers Gutter Filter Single Piece

H: 900mm, W: 100mm D: 100mm Black. Can be cut to fit any size with wire cutters. Manufactured from UV protected bristles Made using NZ made galvanised wire. 167246







Number 8 Convector Heater 2000W White

2 heat settings. Adjustable thermostat. Safety tilt switch. 2kW. 297084

Heats areas up to 120m². Perfect for smaller sized homes. Flue kit and shield not included. 11kW output. 10 year warranty on firebox. 280140

4 Elto


EXCLUSIVE Number 8 Fan Heater

ECO Tiny Ped Wood Fire 11kW Metallic black

$ 98

Owner operated & personal service is guaranteed Pick up and delivery in and around the Johnsonville area.


1,299 Metrofires

H: 1025mm, W: 481mm, D: 536mm Black VHT A practical storage solution teamed with heat, efficiency and style with Akaora’s sleek curved design. 31773

Ph: 478 2477 Fax: 478 3505



Akaroa Freestanding Radiant Wood Burner with Wood Stacker

11 Burgess Road, Johnsonville




MI0 0075 Store Cards V7.indd 3

6 clean diesel engine and has a passenger capacity of up to 55. The first 12 of the buses will begin operation around GWRC routes in Wellington and the surrounding region in the next few weeks. The function was also attended by Rongotai MP Paul Eagle and representatives from Optare, Tranzit, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council.

Supply Fit/Balance all tyres & Wheel Alignment 44636

The Acting British High Commissioner Helen Smith with driver Tua Turara and Graham Belgum President, Optare. PHOTO supplied

ALL MAKES AND MODELS • WOFS • Tune Ups • Tyres • Wheel alignments • Batteries • Full engine reconditioning

Number 8 Mini Oil Column Heater 650W White

3 heat settings. Safety tilt switch. Adjustable thermostat. Overheat protection. 2kW. 297088

1 heat settings. Adjustable thermostat. 279317

2,698 Metrofires



$ 14 Tui Firelighters 32 Pack

Smart Insert Firebox & Fascia

Safe and efficient. Powerful formulation. Quick lighting. Easy to use. 280532

Heats areas up to 150m². Convection insert wood fire with 6mm firebox. 15kW output. 10 year warranty on firebox. !88120

98 11 Tui $

Firewood Bagged 8kg Dry, pre cut, multi sized kindling. Sustainably sources NZ wood. 280533


$ 98 Tui Kindling 5kg

Sustainably sourced New Zealand wood. Use in indoor and outdoor fireplaces, bbqs and braziers. 280530

Priced from $999

Purchase any Hitachi Heat Pump between 12th April - 30th June 2018 to be in the draw to WIN!* *terms and conditions apply - see instore

12 Months No Payments, No Interest* on in store purchases storewide $200 and over*

*T’s&C’s apply, see in store for details.



Wednesday April 25, 2018

Draft code to prevent scam calls The NZ Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has released a draft Scam Calling Prevention Code for public consultation, formalising a range of processes in place for the telco industry to deal with scam callers. But the forum warns the code is not a guaranteed solution, saying scammers are becoming increasingly sophisticated and it is still up to members of the public to alert their service provider to any suspicious calls. A copy of the Draft Code is available at tcf.

World Tai Chi Day

Pocket First Aid Guide and Kit for your pet A compact and comprehensive kit that can save your pet’s life! Carry it around in your pocket or keep it in the car JUST

$40 Includes

First Aid guide!

(04) 478 3880

10 Burgess Road

(1st left next to KFC) Johnsonville Ample off street Parking

World Tai Chi and Qigong Day 2017 was celebrated In Wellington. PHOTO Brian Sheppard.

Each year, on the last Saturday of April, people in hundreds of cities around the globe gather to celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day. They perform their routines at 10 a.m. local time. This coordinated effort is reflected in the event’s motto: “One world one breath”. Wellington’s event, hosted by Tai Chi Associates Wellington and the China Cultural Centre in New Zealand, will be held at the Karori Recreation Centre. This will be the seventh year that the event has been held in Wellington.

The forms will range from the introductory eight-form to those with swords and fans. There will also be demonstrations, including items by Wellington-based Terry Young and Chen Li Ping, and by two visiting Tai Chi Masters from China. About 250 people are expected to attend, coming from various Tai Chi schools around the Wellington Region and from senior Chinese Groups. Northern suburbs residents are also being invited to try Enliven’s modified Tai Chi

sessions free of charge between April 23 and April 27. Enliven health support coordinator Keri Paterson says they are open for people of all ages, but are particularly targeted towards the needs of older people. “Tai Chi is a wonderful form of exercise for older people as it aids balance, flexibility, circulation and heart health. It can also help to reduce the risk of falls, which is a common reason why older people find themselves in hospital,” explains Keri. The following classes are

Elders indulge passion for gardening at Enliven home

available in the northern suburbs on a free trial basis: Newlands Community Centre Monday 11.30am–12.30pm, Khandallah Town Hall Monday 1pm–2pm, St Ninian’s Church Karori Wednesday 10am– 11am, Huntleigh Apartments Karori Friday 9.30am-10.30am For those who wish to continue, each class is $5 and concession cards are available. They are held at the same places and times as the trial classes. There’s no need to book, just show up on the day.

Cashmere Home residents Peter Barnes (left) and Keith Hassed water some recently-planted parsley in the home’s back garden. It’s early days yet, but the home hopes the growing vegetable patch will inspire residents to get outdoors.

Residents have been busy honing their green thumb at Enliven’s Cashmere Home in Johnsonville. The elders, accompanied by staff and volunteers, recently came together to plant a whole host of colourful vegetables, including leeks and rhubarbs, in the home’s back garden. Staff hope the garden will continue to inspire residents to get outdoors. “We’d raised the possibility with residents of growing vegetables here in the past, but now they’re really starting to take the lead, which is great,” says Senior Care Partner Dilani Perera. She notes that the residents have been heavily involved at every step in the process, from deciding which plants to grow, to planting and watering the vegetables daily. “Many of the residents have been gardening all their lives, so they really know what they’re doing and I’ve enjoyed learning from them,” says Dilani. For resident Peter Barnes, gardening is a daily highlight. Since moving in to the Enliven home in February, his health and mobility have steadily improved, and gardening has encouraged him to get outdoors.

“The staff here always help lead me out to the garden and fill the watering can, they’re very obliging. The garden area’s also very nice when it’s sunny,” he says. Like Peter, resident Keith Hassed also enjoys getting outdoors to keep track of the garden’s progress. “I started gardening as a young boy living on my family’s farm, and we planted everything you can think of. It’s nice to be able to keep that up as it’s just something I’ve done my whole life.” Home Manager Karen Rhind says the home is committed to ensuring elders have regular opportunities to enjoy doing what they love, whatever that may be. “We’re here to support residents to live a life which is meaningful to them, and for some of them, that means getting out into the garden. It’s great to see our little vegetable patch giving the residents so much joy,” she says.  To learn more about Enliven’s Cashmere Home and its sister home, Cashmere Heights Home, visit www.enlivencentral. You can also call the home directly on 04 477 7067. PBA

Wednesday April 25, 2018


GET SET & STAY WARM Vinnies charity shop in THE 1OO% EXPERIENCE INSTORE Kelburn ditches plastic bags GET Haier • AS53T Classic Air Con • 5.3Kw Heat & 5.2Kw Cooling • Demand Response Remote Control • Long Life Blue Fin Coil



$2160 Includes back to back install to existing power circuit

Panasonic • E18 6.35Kw Heat Pump AirCon • EcoNavi Energy Control • Nano-G Air Filtration • WiFi Internet Control Option



$2830 Includes back to back install to existing power circuit


• GE42 5Kw Heat Pump AirCon • Guaranteed Low Temperature Operation • Anti Allergy Filters • Duplex WiFi Option Ready


$1986 St Vincent de Paul employee Narges Hamadi with Millie Lambess, St Vincent’s communication and marketing manager for Wellington, showing the recycled fabric bags they are launching in their Kelburn shop. PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver

St Vincent de Paul in Kelburn is this week launching itself as a plastic-bag free shop. Instead of using bags, they are recycling some of the many t shirts and singlets that come into the organisation not quite fit for sale and creating bags from them. Millie Lambess, St Vincent’s communication and marketing manager for Wellington, says disposing of textile waste from their nine Wellington shops now costs them about $21,000 a year.

“So we are putting value back into that waste.” The Vinnies re-sew team at their Kilbirnie shop sews up the hems of the garments, which are washed before being recycled. Sewing the bags only takes about ten minutes, she says. Millie says they chose the Kelburn shop because the community is already quite sustainably focused. “It has a high student base and there are eco-friendly initiatives already occurring in the community.”

“And a lot of our customers already have their own reusable bags.” While the Kilbirnie team has already got about 200 bags in stock they will, as a starter, provide 50 or so to the Kelburn shop which has about 50-80 purchasers a day. “Aro Valley will probably be next,” says Millie. “then Island Bay and Karori.” A customer will be charged 50c for a bag, which will help recoup the costs of the scheme.

$2848 Includes back to back install to existing power circuit

Electrolux • 8.5Kg Washing • 11 Wash Programs • Vapou Refresh Option • Eco Inverter 1200rpm Spin



Super Buy!

• 5Kg Premium Dryer • Multi Steps Sensor Control • 4 Temperatre Settings • Front or Rear Venting Option



Save $263


Petrol Cheap & Sometime Free with AA Smartfuel Offer


6-8 Broderick Road Johnsonville 478-4988 • Easy Parking

12 Month Interest Free *condition apply


Wednesday April 25, 2018

readers have their say... Find out the WORD on the Street. Question: What’s your top tip for living a healthy life?

Shirley Stewart, Khandallah “I’ve been going to the gym for a few years. So I’d say exercise and a good social life. And a healthy diet.”

Joanna Young, Churton Park “Regular exercise. Going to the gym regularly. Meeting people there.”

Angela Cathro, Newlands “Laugh a lot!”

Tennessee Eccleston, Johnsonville West “The gym, walks around Johnsonville. Diet, but treat yourself now and again.”

Hazel Green, Johnsonville “Walking a lot. I’m new though and I haven’t found a track round here yet.”

Gemma McLean, Churton Park “De-stress. Keep a good work-life balance. Decide what’s important.”

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.

Too often politicians push hidden agendas Dear Editor Well done to Colin Moore for his very sensible letter regarding “Deputy Mayor’s motives questioned” in the Independent Herald of April 18. Too often we have politicians pushing their own barrow without consulting their constituents and saying, without any back-up of tested data, that this is what the public actually want. “We

know best” seems to be the norm for some people in elected office. Unfortunately, it seems that some local body politicians are guilty of pushing their hidden agendas without taking in to account what the majority of voters vote for or even want. Te Reo signage will in time happen but surely our money is better spent at this time on priority needs such as water

leakages, footpaths and poorly maintained roads, or even a multi purpose concert venue. No doubt some people will accuse Mr Moore, or myself of racism, which is an often-used tactic to undermine any other opinions people of a different view have. Murray Gray Johnsonville

Personal attack makes me wonder

Facts on ward name issue

Dear Editor Colin Moore’s letter (June 18) referred to the previous week’s interview with Jill Day about understanding our city’s past. It also described her Maori heritage. We elect politicians to lead change. We may not always support their ideas but there are robust processes to moderate them. Politicians are accountable to their electorates, but often receive unbridled criticism by anyone who holds a different point of view. Our democratic system gives Mr Moore every right to criticise her ideas,

Dear Editor, I was pleased to see that the Council’s proposal to add te reo names to the current English ward names is being debated in your publication. I would like to point out a few things, however. The Te Reo ward names are just one part of the representation review and I would encourage people to look at the full proposal on our website (https://wellington. ) and use the on-line submission form to have their say. In addition there seems to be some concern about the cost of Te Reo ward names.

but we must weigh both sides of an argument. I question the motives for criticism when it strays into a personal attack. Jill Day’s enthusiasm, hard work and abilities have led to her rapid rise, from a newly-elected Councillor to being Deputy Mayor. This has generated considerable interest in who she is. When she answers questions, is this self-promotion, or are Mr Moore’s criticisms triggered by her advocacy for promoting the city’s Maori heritage? Brian Sheppard Churton Park

Trying to Lose Weight? The New Zealand Health Survey 2016/17 found that: around 1 in 3 adults (aged 15 years and over) were obese (32%) a further 34% of adults were overweight but not obese. 50% of Māori adults were obese. For all those striving to lose weight, Wellington clinical hypnotherapist, Daniel Steadman has one simple and clear message: STOP dieting. His experience with such clients has shown dieting to be pointless, until they can tackle the root cause of their problematic relationship with food. “There’s a reason that the pleth-

ora of fad diets that are available these days don’t work longterm,” he said. “Overcoming bad eating habits is a decision of the mind, not of the tummy. What people actually need is a mental reboot.” Very often, the ‘triggers’ of dietary problems go as far back as childhood experiences, according to Daniel. “When we’re born, our bodies are kitted out with everything they need to sense when we are hungry. Babies cry because they need nutrition, not because they want to over-indulge.”

In fact there will be no cost to changing the ward names. Ward names are used in the election material which will be produced for next year’s election. There will be no extra cost to using longer or different ward names in this material. They are also used on our website to show people where the ward boundaries are – again it will just be a matter of typing the new names into the maps which will not involve any cost. Kane Patena Director, Strategy and Governance Wellington City Council

- Consider Virtual Gastric Banding (VGB) “Then, as we grow, experiences form habits. Maybe our parents offer us sweets or chocolate as a treat and we start to associate such things with feeling happy, content and safe. Many children have been taught to ‘clean their plate’ before they could leave the table. Others eat as though each meal is a race. These bad eating habits become more of a lifestyle choice, than a means to keep us alive and healthy.” In New Zealand, sugar addiction seems to be a very common problem. Excessive sugar is highly addictive. Happily, this problem too can readily be

overcome by hypnotherapy. Daniel rates the reverse psychology involved in dieting as also damaging. “The trouble with diets is that they focus on the negatives, like depriving ourselves, from the outset. They also accentuate an obsession with food – while they might push us to replace ‘bad’ foods with ‘good’ foods, they still have us focusing on eating all the time,” he said. “While the most successful ones might see us lose weight and achieving our weight loss goals initially, we’ll eventually fall back into our old ways.

“I often hear comments such as ‘for the first time in forty-five years, I’m no longer constantly thinking about food and I am coping with my life so much more easily, without stress’. Recently a client left a review saying that as a long time sugar addict she hadn't even sniffed chocolate since her session" says Daniel. Daniel can also help with anxiety or stress, smoking, phobias, sports performance and chronic pain. For more information, or to make a booking please contact Daniel Steadman at CapitalNtrance, Karori, Wellington. Ph: 021 203 3374.

Wednesday April 25, 2018

Three down, one to go Peter McDermott of Wadestown Toastmasters won his club’s international speech contest before going on to win the local Area Contest. (The Independent Herald, April 11, p.13.) On Saturday, he won the Divisional International Speech Contest against eight other competitors. Peter now goes on to compete against seven other top Toastmasters at the national conference in Auckland on Saturday May 5. The winner of this contest goes to the US to compete against some of the best public speakers in the rest of the world. On Saturday, Peter had the audience enthralled with his speech of how he had suffered a horrendous accident when learning to fly a light plane. He was left with life-threatening injuries which he carries today. But, Peter told his audience, if he had the chance to go back in time to prevent the accident, he wouldn’t. He leads a fulfilling life with family, friends and work and he would not like to risk throwing that away. Divisional International speech contest winner Peter McDermott from His final question to the audience Wadestown Toastmasters is going on to compete in the national finals in May. PHOTO: Supplied was a challenge: ‘Would you?’

Quake buildings go to landfill as port rubble gets recycled

An excavator at Wellington’s port works on rubble set to be crushed for recycling. PHOTO: Jamie Adams By Jamie Adams

Wellington City Council says recycling earthquake-damaged material is no simple feat, despite such a project being undertaken at the port. Media reported last week that a private landfill in Happy Valley was close to being full as a result of tonnes of rubble being transported there following demolition of several central-city buildings. However the same cannot be said about demolition work being done at Centreport, which was badly affected by both the 2013 and 2016 earthquakes. Centreport communications manager John Tulloch confirms that “a substantial amount” of steel, asphalt and concrete excavated from the port is being recycled with the help of R4 Recycling. “We are running two concrete crushing machines with the resulting material being utilised for various purposes such as building land resilience,” John says. Another company, Dixon and Dunlop, transports crushed material to compact it into the ground at the Statistics House site, where land had been cleared down to two metres below the surface following the

building’s deconstruction. “Steel from deconstruction isn’t being used at the port, but being sent to a recycling facility off-site.” WCC chief resilience officer Mike Mendonca says where a building is demolished the owner decides what happens to the material, often with input from insurers. “The Council doesn’t own it or get to make the decisions, unless it happens to be a Council building,” he says. “Sometimes owners will recycle some of the materials, such as good timber and steel, and concrete where it can be crushed and reused close by.” However much of the material isn’t economic to recycle - or in the case of asbestos, cannot be recycled - so ends up in landfills, “which are perfectly acceptable as long as they follow rules”, Mike says. “In Wellington we’ve often placed fill into steep gullies and ended up using them as sports fields. Ian Galloway Park is probably the most well-known.” Mike notes that generally material will be recycled if it is of value and can be easily salvaged, but often everything is mixed up and very difficult to sort, as was the case with the Christchurch demolitions.

Visit us online at



Wednesday April 25, 2018

ma We nu sto ka ck cre me



We make our own sheepskin footwear on-site!

Tavenier Howard & Co – Boutique Real Estate on the Coast Do you own a property on the Kapiti Coast? Why not give Ceinwen Howard from Tavenier Howard & Co Realty a ring on 0800 684 663

for your updated market value. It could be time to get an independent top experienced agent to supply relevant information on your property.

Sheepskin products — check out our manuka cremes too!

Sheepskin rugs, carseat covers, footwear, possummerino knitwear, souvenirs 5/200 Main Highway, Otaki Ph: 06 364 6161 • E:

Experience means everything – don’t trust your most valuable asset in the wrong hands.


Kapiti property

(opposite Marine Gardens)

An exciting concert is coming to the Kapiti Coast on Sunday 27 May, when Mulled Wine Concerts presents two full-time members of the staff from New Zealand School of Music – Martin Riseley (violin) and Jian Liu (piano) – all of whom have extensive careers as professional musicians both nationally and

Memorial Hall, 96 The Parade, Paekakariki Tickets are available by email: or by phone: 04 902 2283 or 021 101 9609

best price for it! Ceinwen Howard 0800 684 663 027 334 4401

you can easily spend a fascinating day there by the time you’ve included a coffee or tea at the Southwards coffee shop. Located on Otaihanga Road, Otaihanga, just north of Paraparaumu on the old main road north. To reach it take the Expressway exit at Raumati South to come onto the old state highway route.

Jian Liu & Martin Riseley at the Mulled Wine Concerts

Sunday 27 May at 2.30PM

trust us to get the

We also stock a range of manuka cremes. We encourage contact from companies, organisations and individuals should you require more detailed information on our products. See us at 200 Main Highway, Otaki or call us on 06 364 6161.

The Southward Car Museum The Southward Car Museum is a world famous automobile museum housing a collection of over 400 vehicles both old and new, as well as three aircraft. Lots to see and the large outside grounds with a lake behind are ideal for a picnic. Southwards is rated as one of the best and largest car museums in the southern hemisphere and

Jian Liu (piano) and Martin Riseley (violin)

If you’re selling your

Boutique office at 346 Rosetta Road, Raumati Beach

Sheepskin Sales New Zealand Limited produces its range from quality, 100% natural Australasian sheepskins. We are a New Zealand based producer of quality sheepskin products who offer a wide range of items available for shipping around the world.

Also from: Magpie at Paremata, 99 Mana Esplanade, RG’s Organic Veges, Paekakariki; Paperdoll, 8 Margaret Rd, Raumati Beach; Moby Dickens’ Bookshop, Paraparaumu Beach; La Chic Hair Designers, Kapiti Lights; Lovely Living, Mahara Place, Waikanae.

04 902 2283

internationally. Between 2011 and 2016, they have performed in all New Zealand’s main centres, including Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin, etc., as well as Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and China, with further national and international performances planned for 2018.


IN KAPITI Animates School Holiday Activities Thu 26 Apr 11:00am Coastlands, Paraparaumu

Paekakariki Market Sat 5 May 10:00am St Peter’s Hall, Paekakariki,

Te Horo Market

Sun 6 May 10:00am Te Horo Community Hall, Te Horo

Rockabilly Rock & Rev Festival Sat 12 May 10:00am Otaki Racing Club, Otaki



Otaihanga Road, Paraparaumu Monday-Sunday: 9:00am-4:30pm Phone: 04 297 1221


Onsite coffee shop, conference & wedding facilities available

How to find us: Exit left off the new State Highway 1 expressway at the “Raumati and Paraparaumu” exit Take second exit off the roundabout Turn left onto the Main Road (old State Highway 1). Pass the Paraparaumu shops and go through one set of traffic lights First exit at Otaihanga roundabout

Wednesday April 25, 2018

Makara School up for big prize win


Makara Model School is one of five finalists in the national Genesis Energising Young Minds competition. The school has been selected from 700 schools nominated by their local communities. On Monday April 30, three of the five schools will be announced as the winners of $50,000 in prizes, enabling the winning schools to purchase edu-tech gear such as 3D printers, virtual reality goggles and robotics kits. Genesis Energy wants its Energising Young Minds competition to help school students when it comes to learning about science, technology, energy and maths (STEM) in New Zealand’s classrooms. For Makara Model School, STEM learning provides an opportunity for hands-on, exciting, engagement programmes for students where they learn by doing and creating. The students are also involved in sustainability initiatives – planting native bush habitats, beach clean-ups, recycling and composting, and collecting water off their class roofs to keep their thriving garden growing.

Makara children learning about energy. PHOTO: Supplied


Knitting for under-5’s

Weekdays 9.30am-3.30pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 11am - 2pm Johnsonville Community Centre on the corner of Moorefield Road and Frankmore Avenue


AUTOSTOP JOHNSONVILLE We are your local Tyre Dealer able to look after all your tyre needs

Gas leak in Porirua after collision On Monday afternoon, the public was asked to avoid the Porirua central city a rea as emergency services responded to a gas leak.

There were cordons in place in the CBD and in the Parumoana Street areas. Motorists and commuters were both urged to delay their travels.

The leak originated from the carpark at Pak n Save and was caused by a truck colliding with a gas valve. However, shor tly after 6pm, police a nnounced

If you have tyre issues with Leased Vehicles we service those vehicles as well!

that cordons had been removed in the area. They thanked members of the public for their patience and cooperation.


Ph 939-3148


® ®® ®





15% OFF


*** *



®® ® ®


a wide range of wallpapers




Papers from



*** * *

*** *





Weekdays 7:00am–5.00pm


Saturday 8:30am–4:00pm


** * **


Sunday 10:00am–4:00pm

Guthrie Bowron Thorndon Quay It costs no more to buy from a specialist

* Offers end 30 October 2017, or while stocks last. Not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount. * Offers end October 2017, while stocks last. Not available in conjunction with other offer discount. *Tinting Offers end 3030 October 2017, or or while Not available in and conjunction with anyany other offer or or discount. charges may apply. Dulux offerstocks applieslast. to vivid white base pre-tinted neutral colours only. Tinting charges may apply. Dulux offer applies to vivid white base and pre-tinted neutral colours only. charges may apply. Dulux offer applies tolast. vivid white base and pre-tinted neutral colours only. *Tinting Offers end 30 October 2017, or while stocks last. Not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount. * Offers end 30 October 2017, or while stocks Not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Dulux, Wash&Wear, Cabot’s and Berger are registered trademarks. Dulux, Wash&Wear, Cabot’s and Berger are registered trademarks. Dulux, Wash&Wear, Cabot’s and Berger are registered trademarks. Tintingcharges charges may offer applies to vivid whitewhite base and pre-tinted neutral colours Tinting mayapply. apply.Dulux Dulux offer applies to vivid base and pre-tinted neutralonly. colours only. Dulux,Wash&Wear, Wash&Wear, Cabot’s Berger areare registered trademarks. Dulux, Cabot’sand and Berger registered trademarks.

Ph: 473 3747 - 286 Thorndon Quay (Where Tinakori Rd meets Thorndon Quay)

Mark Rickard, Owner/Operator

*Conditions apply.



Wednesday April 25, 2018

beauty H E A LT H & in s ide an d o u t ONSLOW MEDICAL CENTRE Manage My Health • A safe and secure way to manage online health • Access and maintain medical records • Connecting clinicians with patients • Secure online health solutions • Book online appointments • Ordering repeat prescriptions • MMH App is available on your IPhone

Manage My Health allows you to access your medical records and view medical conditions, lab results, immunisation records, allergies, prescriptions and share health information as required with other healthcare providers. Manage My Health is available to you right now! All you need to do is ask our reception team at Onslow Medical Centre – call 04 4789999 or pop in. The activation process is quick and easy! Flu Vaccine We're pleased to advise that the 2018 Influenza vaccinations are now here and available. As per previous years, these are

Active Feet Podiatry

fully funded for patients who are either 65+, pregnant women, or have certain medical conditions. If you are not eligible for a funded immunisation, a $36 charge will apply if you are enrolled with us. Zostavax (Shingles Vaccine) Zostavax is the recommended vaccine to immunise yourself against shingles. Shingles is a painful, blistering rash that may result in scarring. The blisters can persist for several weeks. They often break out in one part of the body. The nerve pain that comes from shingles can last for months or even years after the rash heals. Shingles is caused by the same virus CUSTOMER THE VEIN SPECIALISTS LTD

Active Feet Podiatry


Ò Caring for walkers of all ages!Ó

Ò Caring for walkers of all ages!Ó



PROOFED 4/05/2017 10:31:37 a.m. AD ID WE-7625516AB (100%)


Dry cracked heels are not the look PLEASE APPROVE THIS AD AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. NOTE THAT ANY ALTERATIONS you want and after the weeks of hot MUST BE FINALISED BY OUR MATERIAL DEADLINE. weather your feet may need some attention. Give your feet some pampering at Active Feet Podiatry. We will tend toÒ Carin • for Orthotic Caring your feetServices Dr. Tim Halpine skin and nails and keep your feet Dr. Tim Halpine problems Caring for your feet looking and feeling great. Caring for your feet 06/05/17 CUSTOMER THE VEIN SPECIALISTS LTD PUBLISHING Dr. Tim Halpine • Orthotic Services Harbour City Tower, 29 Brandon Street Dr Halpine andWEEKEND Cathy Wright SCHRISTENSEN YOUR DPT SALES REP PUBLICATION Caring for your feet Wellington & Ngaio Medical Centre Ph: 04 473 Phone: 869604 473 8696 • ADVERTISING DESIGNER OUTSOURCER have skills and experiSECTION RUN OF PRESS Harbour City Tower, 29 Brandon Street Email: Level 2, 85 The Terrace, Wellington PROOF PROOFED 4/05/2017 10:31:37 a.m. 7.2X14 ence SIZE to sort all Wellington & Ngaio Medical Centre Dr. Tim Halpine (opposite Solnet House and Aurora Terrace). We have a special in treating Ph:interest 04 473 8696children Phone: 04 473 8696 • AD IDand FAXissues. WE-7625516AB (100%) Courtenay Cosmetic Clinic is Wellingeff ective lasting results. your foot - We have a special interest inpTerrace, treating children Email: Caring for feet Level 85 The www.2, a cti vef eetyour od iatry .c Wellington om ton’s trusted specialists offering laser The team of cosmetic nurses and Ring to book PLEASE APPROVE THIS AD AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. NOTE THAT ANY ALTERATIONS (opposite House and Aurora Terrace).children We have aSolnet special interest in treating hair removal, appearance medicine, laser technicians are certified specialan appointMUST BE FINALISED BY OUR MATERIAL DEADLINE. Ph: 04 473 8696 - We have a special interest in treating children - skin treatments and tattoo removal. ists to give you the confidence you’ll ment at our w ww.a c t i v e fe e t p od i a tr y . c o m Whether you are looking for afford- receive the highest standard of care. rooms on Level 2, 85 The Terrace able ways to permanently and painFor more information on Courtethe Terrace or Wellington lessly remove unwanted hair, turn nay Clinic’s range of treatments at Ngaio Med(opposite Solnet House and Aurora Terrace). back the clock on wrinkles or general or to arrange a free and no obliical centre on - We have a special interest in treating children skin concerns – Courtenay Clinic is gation consultation visit courte473 8696. Wellington’s trusted experts and have or call the team on a range of treatments that deliver 0800 646 471.



Onslow Medical Centre Dr Atikah

Would like to welcome Razley & Dr Anasuya

Varicose Vein Treatments Artery Conditions


Spider & Facial Vein Treatment Non invasive and minimal pain

Atikah has joined our team this month and is taking new patients. She enjoys the diversity of general practice. She has an interest in travel medicine and palliative care along with womens health. Atikah is fluent in Malay.

Call 0800 83 46 43 to make an appointment


Wellington - Lower Hutt - Kapiti Palmerston North - Nelson

Anu has also joined our team and is taking new patients. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a particular interest in child health. Anu is fluent in Hindi.

Varicose Vein Treatments Varicose Vein Treatments

Artery Conditions specialistveinhealth 2vascularsurgeons Spider &Conditions Facial Vein Treatment Artery Southern Cross Insurance invasive AffiliatedNon Providers. Criteria may and apply. minimal pain

Spider & Facial Vein Treatment Non invasive and minimal pain

Call 0800 83 46 43 to make an appointment


Phone 478 9999 | 125 Moorefield Rd Johnsonville


Cornerstone Accredited Practice

Wellington - Lower Hutt - Kapiti specialistveinhealth 2vascularsurgeons Palmerston North - Nelson

8007641AA 72.H

8007641AA 72.H

8007641AA 72.H



Services We Offer Services We Offer Services We OfferWe Include: Services We Offer Services Off er Include: Include: Include: • Sports injuries • Sports injuries Include: SportsFoot injuries •• Family Care injuries Sports •• Family Foot Care Family Footinjuries Care • Sports ••Verrucae Family Foot Care ••Verrucae Verrucae •• Skin and Nail problems • Family Foot Care • Verrucae Skin and Nail problems •• Orthotic Services Skin•and Nail problems • Verrucae •• Orthotic Services • Orthotic Services Skin and Nail problems Dr. •Tim Halpine Skin and Nail

as chickenpox, varicella-zoster. Anyone who has had chickenpox is at risk of developing shingles late in life, although the most significant risk factor for developing shingles is age. Around 1 in 3 people will get shingles in their lifetime. Unlike influenza shingles is not seasonal, and so it is not essential that you are immunised before winter. Zostavax has been available until now as a paid vaccination, but it has recently become funded for adults who are 65, including a catch-up period until 2020 for those aged 65-80 inclusive. Please call 04 4789999 to book in for this.

Ph: 0 Level 2, 85 Th

(opposite We have aSolnet speci

- We havewww. a special act

Wellington’s laser, skin and appearance medicine specialists. Laser Hair Removal Skin Treatments Appearance Medicine Laser Tattoo Removal Get in touch for a free and no obligation consultation

Featherston Street Courtenay Place | Johnsonville

0800 646 471 Fairfax Media makes every effort to create advertisements to meet your specific needs. Please note in some instances we may be unable

Wednesday April 25, 2018



Wednesday April 25, 2018



Women in

Welcome to Independent Herald’s - Women in Business Feature where we shine the light on local women in business

Name: Samantha Gadd Occupation: Managing Director, Humankind; Director, Kin

Name: Rachel Dudfield Occupation: Postnatal Home Helper, Marriage Celebrant and Antenatal Childbirth Educator

What does your role entail? Every day is different but generally my role is a mix of leadership, strategy, culture, brand, sales, and finance - supporting my team to be the best they can be for our clients. I have the privilege of learning about other organisations every week, seeing how we might be able to help them create awesome employee experiences. I love it!

What has been your biggest achievement? Aside from my three beautiful boys? Probably being named fastest growing services business in the 2015 Deloitte Fast 50 and launching Kin, sister company to Humankind in October last year.

What do you love about what you do? I love providing meaningful employment opportunities to others while helping grow the best workplaces in New Zealand. The people we have attracted to work at Humankind seriously make me feel very proud.

How do you define success? Getting to do what you love every day, being in control of your own destiny and having people you love to share that with.

What do you do in your downtime? I have three boys so there is no such thing as downtime! Time with my family, especially outdoors is what helps me to relax.

What is your unique selling point that sets you apart from the rest? My purpose is helping people to love what they do. What sets me apart is my relentless passion for building a purpose led business, brand, offering and workplace.

Name: Sensei Patricia Reilly Occupation: Managing Director of Patricia Reilly Rembuden What does your role entail? Making the benefits of karate accessible to all levels of the community from preschool onwards. Ranging from traditional karate and self defence to 30-minute Get Fit Fast classes; Kardiopower and Strengthen&Tone.

What has been your biggest achievement? Being awarded back to back Prime Minister’s Scholarships to perfect my karate in Okinawa. This added depth to my karate and cemented my skills as a National Coach for Karate NZ.

What do you love about what you do? I love identifying people’s potential and inspiring them to improve their own body intelligence. Karate teaches breathing and muscular control, mindfulness and self discipline through focused movement.

What does your role entail? I run a home care business targeted to new parents, I teach antenatal classes, and I’m a registered marriage celebrant.

What has been your biggest achievement? Earning my Diploma in Childbirth Education. I studied part time for 3 years, attended 5 births, 3 sets of antenatal classes, and two workshops, all while being a stay at home Mum with two preschoolers and running my Household Angels cleaning business.

What do you love about what you do? I love going into a home with a newborn and taking some of the work off the parents. I also get a buzz from teaching my antenatal classes in Johnsonville, and creating uniquely personal marriage ceremonies for couples.

How do you define success? For me success is people thanking me for my ceremonies and classes. It’s having new Mums attend my coffee group, having them welcomed by the regulars, and knowing I’ve created a sense of community.

What do you do in your downtime? My main focus is being there for my two daughters. I’m a stay at home Mum first, and my paid work fits in around my kids. I also have a lovely husband who is a huge support and likes to see me occasionally!

What is your unique selling point that sets you apart from the rest? When I offer postnatal home help I’m not just cleaning the house. I’m there to listen to parents, support with feeding, settle the baby, and get some order and balance into the home. If you want more information or to purchase one of my vouchers as a gift, take a look at my website at

Name: Katie Underwood Occupation: Residential Sales Person. What does your role entail? Where to start! My job is so varied and much more than anyone would probably envisage. One minute I can be signing up to list a house for sale and the next minute I can be rescuing a vendor who has locked themselves out and I have the only key. The Licensed under the REAA 2008 job doesn’t start or finish with a sale and purchase agreement, it involves a lot of hard work and problem solving before and after that. Liaising with photographers, home stagers, builders, lawyers, painters, cleaners, brokers, tenants, property managers, relatives, buyers, pets, local agencies and neighbours is all part of the job. My key relationship is with vendors and doing the absolute best for them. I provide regular honest feedback to ensure a stress free experience. Buying a house can be overwhelming. I make sure buyers receive as much information as possible so they can make an informed decision and be thrilled with their purchase.

What has been your biggest achievement?

How do you define success?

At work, celebrating 10 successful years in the business with about half of my work from referrals. Out of work, it is biking the Tour Aotearoa for the second time!

Success through diligence is always rewarding especially when students achieve medal status. However, small gains such as finally perfecting a technique is equally satisfying when you see students experience personal growth with hard work over time.

What do you love about what you do?

What do you do in your downtime? I work on my other business Fitness Move to get people moving in the corporate sphere to improve productivity and wellbeing. At home I love relaxing with my family and watching a fab episode of ‘Gilmore Girls’ with a nice glass of bubbles in hand!

Every day is different. I love it when everyone involved in a deal is happy with the result. The look on buyers faces when I give them the keys to their new home is so satisfying.

What is your unique selling point that sets you apart from the rest? I always aim for the most effective marketing strategy for each property. All my listings have their own website and an advanced intevrnet marketing programme.

What is your unique selling point that sets you apart from the rest?

How do you define success?

Being a female 5th Dan (black belt) with 35 years of experience in karate and almost 20 years as a secondary school teacher, I understand how to bring out the best in my students.

What do you do in your downtime?

027 297 6049 |

Receiving a 10/10 from vendors and buyers for the same deal. Cycling, movies and getting away from it all. At present I’m trying to visit as many off shore islands in New Zealand as possible.

Wednesday April 25, 2018

More answers wanted from Ryman


Stella’s Creations: Specialty services and special products

Owner of Stella’s Creations Stella Vine, in the Johnsonville Mall shop with staff member Rhonda Taylor

WCC executives, potential tenants in a repurposed complex, community and church leaders, plus a number of architectural and historic building experts, visited the Karori Campus on November 20 2017. The photo shows Councillor Simon Woolf inspecting the sculpture in the Quad with visit organiser Richard Bentley in the background. Photo supplied.

Richard Bentley, one of the leaders of the Karori Campus Group, says there are still unanswered questions from Ryman Healthcare about the future of the site. He says, however, that while there have been preliminary discussions with the Wellington City Council, Ryman have also told the sports clubs using the campus that they are “good to go” for the rest of 2018 at least. He adds that since Heritage NZ have presented their draft report on the campus buildings, making it clear that they should be ‘listed’, that would normally be followed by the council entering the buildings into the district plan. Then a formal consent would be required from the council for alterations to them, or their demolition. Richard says there are now three questions to be addressed, including the

long term solution to the provision of new courts for junior netball and tennis and for practice wickets for junior cricket. He also asks what the future of the campus buildings is. “Especially the Allen Ward VC Hall, given the increasing support from Heritage NZ and the architectural community to save them?” “And how far is Ryman willing to go to accommodate the original aspirations of the community to develop a health hub and a community and commercial centre on the site?” He says the group is concerned the WCC doesn’t seem to be interested in the economic development of the suburbs. “This is reflected in their disinterest in the campus redevelopment ideas we tabled last year, and it may influence their discussions with Ryman on how the site could be developed.”

Is it a puzzle or is it a game of cards? Learn to play Bridge… the best card game in the world!

Starts this Monday!

Karori Bridge Club 274 Karori Road, Karori Lessons start: Monday 30 April 2018 at 7:30pm To register, please Phone: 476 6179 Email: or visit our website: This is a 13 week lesson course which includes lots of card play and comprehensive course notes. Lessons cost $50 which is deducted from your membership fee if you join the club.

Bring along a friend, a partner or just yourself!

Stella Vine set up Stella’s Creations in Johnsonville Mall just before Christmas. It is the second specialty shop she has opened after having run her first in Porirua for 13 years. “So we’re well established,” she says. Further expansion has followed with a third shop newly opened in Kilbirnie. It all takes what is fortunately a well-honed ability to multi-task. “I love what I do,” she says. “And I’m very passionate about my business.” Stella’s specialty products and services are different to those offered in chain stores and she is particularly proud of the gourmet fudge which is virtually walking out the door as fast as she and the team in Porirua can make it. “It’s super wonderful,” confirms shop

assistant Rhonda Taylor. Stella won’t be drawn on where she got the recipes for the creamy and delicious confections (“You’d have to pay a lot of money for that!”) but you can buy it in single pieces after a quick taste to make sure it’s what you want, or in a box of four - pay for three, get four. “It’s great to add a little treat at the end of your shopping experience,” she says. A big drawcard is the custom picture framing, done by a team of three highly skilled framers working behind the scenes. Stella does some of that work and she says it is a special service. “ I feel privileged to be allowed to create peoples special memories into something they can hang on their walls and treasure.” PBA


Wednesday April 25, 2018

Talk to your




Bevan, Pharmacist

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday 8am to 6pm Saturday - 9.00am to 4pm

New address! 1 Upland Road, Kelburn

Phone 04 475 9512 | Fax 04 475 9156 Email





Phone: (04) 477 9315 Fax: (04) 477 1963

Phone: (04) Phone: (04) 477 477 9513 9315 Fax: (04) 477 1963 Fax: (04) 477 1963

“Friendly and efficient staff here to help with all your health and beauty needs”

“Friendly efficient staff We have youand covered here to help with all your for all and your health beauty needs” self care needs

Mon - Fri: 9am - 7pm Sat: 9am - 6pm. Sun: 10am - 5pm

31 Johnsonville Road P. 04 477 9513 - F. 04 477 1963


We know when our children are sick, they go from being active and alert to quiet, grumpy, sleepy, clingy and wanting more cuddles. Often they lose interest in food. The most common general signs of illness are fever, pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, cough, headache and rash. Fever (body temperature above 37°C) indicates that the body is ‘fighting’ infection from either bacteria or viruses. Children’s natural defence mechanisms are less well-developed than adults’ immune systems, so children are at higher risk of infections. Fever accompanied by cough, runny or blocked nose and headache can signify the common cold. “Ask us about our Children’s Pain & Fever fact card”, recommend Self Care pharmacists, “because this has a lot of helpful hints for looking after sick children. Also it indicates what other signs to look out for in children that indicate more serious illnesses.” Keeping your child comfortable in bed, giving plenty of fluids, and using liquid medicines such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to reduce fever, are best when your child has a cold. “But” advice from Self Care pharmacists is “use proper medicine-measuring spoons when measuring-out doses of liquid medicines. Don’t use kitchen teaspoons because they are not accurate, the volume varies from spoon to spoon, and your child will not receive the correct dose of medicine.” It is important to look out for sore throats in children as it can lead to Rheumatic

Fever. This is a serious illness that affects mainly Maori and Pacific children and young people, aged four and above. Sore throats generally clear up by themselves but “strep” sore throats can lead to rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease which can be life threatening. It is important to check up children with sore throats so if they do have a “strep” sore throat they can be treated with antibiotics and stop the illness progressing any further. If you are unsure then get in touch with your pharmacist, doctor or nurse. Parents can encourage their children to take simple steps to help prevent the spread of some illnesses. Children should cover their mouths and noses when they sneeze and cough, and then wash their hands straight after. Washing hands is also VERY important after going to the toilet, and before eating. They should not share cups and drink bottles, nor spoons and other eating utensils. Tissues are best for blowing noses, and then they should be thrown away immediately after use. Immunisation is generally one of the most effective ways of protecting children against infections that can cause serious diseases and associated complications (including death). All forms of immunisation work by causing the body to produce an immune response, in the same way it would if exposed to the disease but without the child suffering all the symptoms and

For all your pharmaceutical needs see our friendly teams at





consequences. In the future, when the child comes into contact with the disease, the immune system responds quickly and helps prevent the child developing the disease. The World Health organisation and the Ministry of Health recommend immunisation for your children. However there may be cases where it is not suitable to immunise and it is important to see your pharmacist or doctor regarding possible risks and/or contraindications. Children with asthma or allergies, or who are recovering from an illness, such as a common cold, can be immunised. Free immunisation, at specific times in a child’s life according to the Ministry of Health’s immunisation schedule, is available to all children in New Zealand, to protect against a number of diseases – diphtheria, haemophilus influenzae type b (a cause of childhood meningitis), pneumococcal disease, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, tetanus and whooping cough. Side effects from vaccines can sometimes occur and include redness and soreness at the injection site. There may also be mild fever. While these symptoms may be upsetting at the time, the benefit is protection from the disease. More serious reactions to immunisation are very rare. Ask your Self Care pharmacists for a copy of the Children’s Illnesses and Children’s Pain & Fever fact cards that contains useful information for parents.

Johnsonville Medical Centre Pharmacy Ltd




Unichem Karori Mall Pharmacy - The Mall, 250 Karori Rd, Karori | Ph: (04) 476 7564 Unichem Marsden Village Pharmacy - 159 Karori Rd, Karori | Ph: 04 476 99 44

2 Trafalgar Street, JOHNSONVILLE Geoff Savell MPS Phone: 920-8844 OPENING HOURS: Mon-Wed: 8:30am - 8pm Thurs/Fri: 8:30am - 6:00pm. Sat: 9:30am - 12:30pm


Wednesday April 25, 2018

n e e r a G t i w n e e r e a G tioonn NNew



Chiropractic Baroness






AMAZING INTRODUCTORY DEALS! • Firm feel. AMAZING INTRODUCTORY DEALS! ® • Features Torquezone - 3 zoned design for support and durability. • F eatures Latex Gold® and Dreamfoam®.


Chiropractic Baroness


luxury luxury

Queen Set WAS $3,199 • Firm feel.

Now $1,599



• Features Torquezone - 3 zoned design for support and durability. • Features Latex Gold® and Dreamfoam®. ®





Made with naturally luxurious materials including silk and wool for Made with naturally luxurious materials including silk and wool for comfort and treated that’s naturally naturallyanti-bacterial. anti-bacterial. Queen Set vera WAS $3,199 comfort and aloe aloe vera treated fabric fabric that’s • • Includes with 77 zones zones for for the theultimate ultimate Includesthe theSensorzone Sensorzone system system with • Firm feel. • M edium to Firm feel. comfort and support. ® ® • Features Latex Gold® and Dreamfoam®. andsupport. FusionGel • F eaturescomfort Latex Goldand COTTON SATEEN WHITE SHEET SET • • New breathable technology with with• temperature 7temperature zoned Swisstek Pocket COTTON comfort layers that work SATEEN WHITE SHEET SET Newgeneration generation breathable foam foam technology (600 THREADCOUNT) (600 THREADCOUNT) Spring. togetherbalancing withSanctuary the properties. Swisstek Biel balancing properties. Monroe BY REDEMPTION WITH THE PURCHASE OF A •

Sanctuary Monroe Now $1,599

Swisstek Biel

50% OFF

Sensorzone® • core Medium to Firm feel. to reduce pressure • Features Latex Gold® and FusionGel® points and improve comfort layers thatLU workSI V E TO E XC together with the circulation.


Queen Set Bertarelli Bertarelli

Firm-Medium Firm-Medium Now $3,399 Queen Set



• Silverline infused bamboo fabric WAS $4,499 for natural health benefits.

BloombergQueen Set Getty Getty Bloomberg Medium Medium

WAS $6,799

Now $3,399 from from Swisstek Lugano QueenSet Set Queen • Medium feel. $3.84 per day

Plush Plush Now $2,699 Queen Set

WAS $4,499

Queen Set Set 40%

Now $2,699 from from Serene Pop UpSet Queen Queen Set • Firm$4.30 feel. $4.30 • Great space saver perfect for per day

Serene per day Pop Up Swisstek Lugano OFF kids or spare from $4,199 from $4,699 40% from $4,199 $4,699 • Firm feel. rooms. from from$5,499 $5,499 **

per day . • Features Latex Gold and Dreamfoam • 7 zoned Swisstek • Medium feel. ® ® Price from 14/5/18 $6,299 • * *over Price from 14/5/18 $5,699 36Dreamfoam months Pocket Spring. and .Price from 14/5/18 $6,299 • Features Latex Gold Price from 14/5/18 $5,699 over 36 months • 7 zoned Swisstek • Silverline infused bamboo fabricPocket Spring. for natural • Silverline infused bamboo fabric health benefits.for natural ®


BY REDEMPTION WITH THE PURCHASE OF A • Silverline infused NEW SLEEPYHEAD SANCTUARY BED! • Firm feel. NEW SLEEPYHEAD SANCTUARY BED! bamboo fabric ® • Features Latex Gold and Dreamfoam®. SEEININSTORE STOREFOR FOR DETAILS SEE DETAILS natural • 7 zoned Swisstek Pocket U S for healthSpring. benefits.


Sensorzone® core to reduce pressure $6,799 pointsWAS and improve circulation.

40% OFF

50% OFF



* *

from from

$5.03 $5.03 per day per day *



* King• *over full length Great space saver perfect for14/5/18 *single months * Price $7,399 over 36 36 months over36 36 months Pricefrom from 14/5/18 $7,399 over months kids or spare rooms. mattress with • King single full length additional single mattress with trundler mattress, additional single ideal trundler for sleepovers mattress, less than the price of less than orthe price ofaagreat greatcoffee coffeeevery everyday day guests. ideal for sleepovers

health benefits.

Queen Set

WAS $5,099


WAS $5,099

Now $3,059 Now $3,059

For For ** you guests. you could could have have aaor luxury luxurysleep sleepevery everynight. night.** Kingapproximately Single$5/day + Single **Based on a coffee costing from a veryTrundler cool and well-trained barista. **Based on a coffee costingKing approximately $5/day from a very cool and well-trained barista. Single + Single Trundler Not based on coffee out of a tin. Never drink coffee out of a tin. Not based on coffee out of a tin. Never drink coffee out of a tin.

Only Only$1,099 $1,099







R US Ph: 00 1235505 4567 PH 473 Address Details


Address Details Ph: 123 4567 TO BE LOCALLY OWNED AND valid OPERATED * † 00 Conditions apply. Daily4567 payments PROUD are indicative only. Offer from 16/4/18 to 13/5/18 or while stocks Ph: 00 123 OWNED AND OPERATED Excludes Everyday Dream Pricesare andindicative Clearance stock. Offer cannot be usedtoin13/5/18 conjunction withstocks any Ph: 00 4567apply. * last. † 123 Conditions Daily payments only. Offer valid from 16/4/18 or while

other offer. *36 months equalPrices interest free instalments withOffer Gemcannot Visa/Gem CreditLine as an Dream instalment last. Excludes Everyday Dream Clearance used inEveryday conjunction withPrices any Offer validof 13/06/2016 toand 10/07/2016 orstock. while stocks last. be Excludes

plan offer. advance (Gem Visa) a CreditLine Select advance (Gem CreditLine). Amount payable will be on 36and months equal interest instalments with Gem Visa/Gem CreditLine asAccount anshown instalment *Offer other valid 13/06/2016 toof10/07/2016 orfree while stocks last. Excludes Everyday Dream Prices clearance stock. Minimum spend $999. Lending criteria, $50 Annual fee, PROU D TO BE LOCALLY youradvance monthly statement. Visa/Gem CreditLine is provided by Latitude Amount Financial payable Services Limited. Lendingon plan (Gem Visa)Gem a CreditLine Select advance (Gem CreditLine). will beconditions. shown Establishment fee, terms and conditions apply. See counter for full terms and and clearance stock. spend $999. Lending criteria, $50Financial AnnualServices Account fee, OWNED OPERATED criteria, fees, termsMinimum & conditions apply. Visit for more information. PROU D TOAND BE LOCALLY your monthly statement. Gem Visa/Gem CreditLine is provided by Latitude Limited. Lending fee, terms and conditions See counter full terms and conditions. OWNED AND OPERATEDEstablishment criteria, fees, terms & conditions apply. Visit apply. for morefor information.


Wednesday April 25, 2018

OUT&about Lions put fun into fundraising Ballentynes Central hosted an event for the Johnsonville Lions on April 20 to raise funds for the Life Flight Trust. Five lady Lions modelled Ballentynes’ latest range of winter garments, raising over $1200 from ticket sales and raffles. The show presented ideas on how the garments could be put together to match a woman’s personal style and was an enjoyable way of raising funds for the community. Judy Marbeck, Lions’ Director, Youth and Community Committee said that sixty-four people had attended and the money raised will go towards two helicopter rescue flights. Michelle Neville, manager of Ballentynes Fashion Central was compere. She explained that finding ways to raise money for clubs or societies can be a hard and often thankless task. “We hold and help to organise ‘Find Your Beautiful Fashion’ events and were proud to support Johnsonville Lions in their efforts,” she said.

The team: Stephen Cook (Johnsonville Lions President), Vanusha Dhombagollage, Rita Parbhu, Michelle Neville, (Ballentynes’ staff) Sandra Knight, Helen Kennard, Angela Ambler, Sandra Gaelic, Judy Marbeck (Lions’ models).

PHOTOS: Brian Sheppard

Brian Sheppard

PHOTOGRAPHY Family portraits, pet portraits, business and events photography. 021 082 48465

Angela Ambler proving that her boots are also from Ballentynes.

Sandra Gaelic strutting her stuff.

Michelle Neville admires Judy Marbeck’s outfit.

Helen Kennard with appreciative onlookers.

Sandra Knight.

Stephen Cook , Johnsonville Lions’ President.

Wednesday April 25, 2018



Wednesday April 25, 2018



rt e p x E ll the


l e i f r i e in th


Real Estate

Moving Company

MADE TO MEASURE QUALITY PRODUCTS • Trellis Panels • Fence Panels • Raised Gardens

• Fan Trellis • Garden Furniture • BBQ Tables

36 Main Road, Tawa • • Ph: 04 232-5999

Glass Specialists

Out of School care

Out of school care individually tailored to your needs!


EMERGENCY SERVICE All Insurance Work and WINZ quotes welcome.

Members of Window Assoc. of NZ Ltd

Free quotes, advice and consultation ALL WINDOW REPAIRS


PORIRUA 237 0120 WELLINGTON 472 2663



Aluminum Window & Door Maintenance



LOWER HUTT 570 1596 UPPER HUTT 527 0121

Email: Website:  Home Glazing  Commercial Glazing  Double Glazing  Shelves & Sliding Doors  Sound Reduction  Crystal Repairs  All Mirror Work  Glass Splashbacks

 Rear Vision Mirrors  Coloured & Heritage Glazing  Cat Doors  Firedoor Glass  Table Tops  Glass Blocks  Reputtying

It’s time for fun at your best out of school care under the rainbow! Come join us and see... it’s always About Kidz!!

Drop off / pick up available Tailored to your individual needs

Your best out of school care under the rainbow.

Before School Care • After School Care Holiday Base programme Contact us for more information: Phone: LINDEN 04 232 3647 Phone: PAPARANGI 04 461 6347 Email:

Wednesday April 25, 2018 Wednesday November 18, 2015

Heart Foundation supports those with heart failure

To Lease

Final straw for plastic straws

SECURE STORAGE 14sqm $42 per week.

Wainui Self Storage, Waiu St, 0274805150.

Composed by Tony Watling 11th. Nov. 2015

Trades and Services

21 13


2m seasoned pine $180 4m Split pine store for next winter $330

Large Bags Kindling $13

The Heart Foundation is sending the final straw FOR ALL ELECTRICAL repairsIt’s and Large Bagsfor Dryplastic Pine/ straws on the Wela clear message to Wellington resilington waterfront, with the area now 100 percent $14 hardwood mix installations by top-qualified electrician with dents living with heart failure – you free of them. are not alone. record of over fifty years of giving locals the yearFree Delivery inCoastlines Wainui pick up over Each Sustainable The Foundation is hosting a free 10,000 lowest cost “around-the-clock” service, just plastic straws from Wellington beaches informal session for people living Our summer pools were built by us. phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 oralone, emailputting them in the top five of items in beach with this condition, like Island Bay’s Blends in well did cause no fuss. clean-up audits. and Services George Canales who still works part With hydro slide will cause a splash. It can take up to 200Trades years for a single plastic straw time for Housing New Zealand, And to it many people dash. to break down in the ocean and some restaurants Situation Vacant aged 87. use up to 800 straws a week. Through native bush we twist and wiggle. In 2013, he went for a regular From the children brings a giggle. The waterfront area this initiative encompasses medical check-up and was surprised Severn days a week the place is open. runs from the Railway Station to Freyberg Pool, when the nurse told him his pulse with 26 restaurants, cafes, and bars no longer using Hot summer days we all are hopen! was very slow. traditional plastic straws, instead opting for paper, “It wasn’t affecting anything at biodegradable, and metal alternatives, or no straws that point, I felt totally normal but at all. 46 Waione St Petone Public Notice the nurse told me I needed to go to Being plastic straw-free is also a condition of trade Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm hospital,” explains George. for stallholders and food trucks at Harbourside Formerly cpa spares OF THEbecause D AY “I didn’t go straight away Market and along the Wellington waterfront. Wainuiomata Squash Club I felt fine – I went to work.” While Wellington could potentially be first in That night, his son took him to hosFuneral Director New Zealand, other cities overseas have already AGM N pital, at the nurse’s insistence, and gone plastic straw-free, with Seattle being the most 51. J.K. was told his heart wasn’t working famous with its ‘Strawless in Seattle’ campaign. Rowling 7.00pm properly and he had a pacemaker The next stage of the Wellington project is to work chose Monday 30th November fitted. the with other organisations to encourage non-particiunusual Two years’ later, George had At the Clubrooms pating bars, restaurants and event organisers to join name trouble breathing and called an the campaign, says Infrastructure and Sustainability ‘Hermione’ ambulance. He was diagnosed portfolio leader Councillor Iona Pannett. Corner of Main Road with pneumonia, which thankfully, so young “This initiative has been a collaborative partnerand Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata alerted the medical staff to his heart girls ship between the Council’s Waterfront team and Island Bay’s George Canales, who is afflicted with heart failure. failure. wouldn’t Sustainable Coastlines, and we’re looking to invite PHOTO: Supplied now takes medication, does lots other organisations to join the campaign to support beHeteased of walking, Bringing local news experiences and ask questions. us in the next steps. for being and also keeps active region. with his work. Following ato presentation by Janet  It will take place at St Patrick’s “As with plastic bags, we can’t regulate the nerdy! the community Next month’s session in Kilbirnie Dunbar and Chris Murphy, Heart Church Hall, 1 Childers Terrace, banning of plastic straws so we need to focus on is one of a series of four heart failure Failure Clinical Nurse Specialists, Kilbirnie on Tuesday, May 8 from education, collaboration, and participation – and talks that the Heart Foundation Capital & Coast DHB, attendees 5.30pm to 7pm. To register go to Situation Vacant public pressure is already making a difference.” is holding around the Wellington will be welcome to share their own




A solid

Wainuiomata Newspaper EYE ON CRIME Deliverers In Johnsonville, during an un- on windows and walls. Toilets tion Army premises in Johnson-

were at work and telephoned ee was stored in the container lawful entry into Raroa Normal were entered and cubicles, hand ville Road. The point of entry them. and a list of stolen items is being School in Haumia Street, a male blowers etc were broken. was through the garage doors The alarm had been activated. prepared. youth climbed on to the roof and An attempt was made to break at the rear which leads into the Entry into the house is believed In Makara Beach a property fell 10 metres to the ground. He into a flat in Bassett Road when interior. Locks on the garage to have been achieved although in Estuary Street was entered. was taken to hospital suffering the victim was at home and doors were damaged. there is no sign of forced entry. The house was left locked and Deliverers from multiple fractures. heardRequired someone tryingin to force The alarms were activated on Nothing is reported as stolen. secure and the grounds were Three youths were found on a rear bathroom window open. entry into the building and these In Ngauranga a container fully fenced and the gate locked 1: despite Momona, Kawatiri - Kaponga. theArea property, it beingMohaka, No entry was gained and the were responded to. Nothing has parked locked and secure within and padlocked. No entry was fenced and gated and the build- intruder had left before the been reported stolen. a yard at business premises was gained into the house but a ings locked and alarmed. victim reached the scene. In Churton Park intruders broken into during the night. dog wandering in the yard was Entry was gained into the The force used to open the win- were seen by a neighbour leav-are available Both padlocks securing theView stolen, it is now reported Applications at our recruitment thethough Wainuiomata News ce or at the security gate based in theare missing. buildings and considerable dam- dow caused the glass to shatter. ing a house in Mauldethoffi Terrace. container doors as having been returned to its online Ngauranga George in Wellington. age done, mostly by spray cans Intruders broke into the Salva- The neighbour knew the owners Personal property of an employ- owner. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.


Contact Sandra on 587 1660


By Russell Russell McQuarters McQuarters By By Russell McQuarters By Russell McQuarters 37.Injure Injure(8) (8) 52.type typeofofedible ediblenut nut(5) (5) ACROSS 37. 52. ACROSS (abbr) (3)(3) Angry (5)(5) ACROSS (abbr) 51. Angry 38. Multi-skilled employee (8) 53. Eternity (11) 1.ACROSS Preliminaryevent; event;‘...-raiser’ ‘...-raiser’(7) (7) 51. 38. Multi-skilled 53. Eternity (11) 1. Preliminary 33.41. Sphere (3)(3)(7)employee (8) 52. Solidify by by cooling (7)(7) 1.5.Result (5-6) 33. Sphere 52. Solidify cooling 1.Most Result (5-6) Rubbers 54. Confused (7) entertaining person 41. Rubbers (7) 54. Confused (7) 5. Most entertaining person 38.43. U.S. horse race; Derby (8)(8) 53.53. Anaesthetic (5)(5) 7. Scoundrel (7)(4,3,4) 38. U.S. horse Derby Anaesthetic 7. Scoundrel (7) Extreme (7)race;... ... atthe theparty party 43.Restrained Extreme (7) at (4,3,4) 40. (8) 54. Humbleness (7) 11. Pulls (5) 40. Restrained (8) 54. Humbleness (7) 11. Pulls (5) 44. Property (6) DOWN 11.Computer Computerdata data(5) (5) 44. Property (6) DOWN 11. 42. Casual (7)(7) 55. Friendship (11) 12. Deviousness 42. Casual Friendship (11) Deviousness 45. Bounded (6) 1.55. Precipice (5) 12.12. Taught (7) (7) (7) 45. Bounded (6) 1. Precipice (5) 12. Taught (7) 44. Annual calendar (7)(7) 13. Excellent (5) 44. Annual Excellent (5) (5) 46. Disputecalendar (5) 2.Hold Holdback back(7) (7) 13.13. Town inSurrey Surrey 46. Dispute (5) 2. 13. Town in (5) 46. Scoffs (6) DOWN 14. Alert (9) 46. Scoffs (6) DOWN 14. Alert (9) 47.Steeple Steeplepart part(5) (5) 3. ‘...The TheHun’ Hun’ (6) 14.Self-employed Self-employed(9) (9) 47. 3. 14. 47. Manservant (6)(6) 1. ‘... (5)(5) (6) 15. 15. So So (9) (9) 47. Manservant 1.Memorandum Sound 49. Ate (5) 4.Sound (8) 15.Concord Concord (9) 49. Ate (5) 4. Memorandum (8) 15. (9) 48.48. Form of of expression (5)(5) 2. Sent (11) 16. 16. Directs (6) (6) Form expression 2.Most Sent (11) (7) Directs 5.Most supple 16.Register Register (4) 5. supple 16. (4) 49.49. Water vapour (5)(5) 3. Shy (8) 18. 18. Skull (7) (7) Water vapour 3. Shy (8)terra(7) Skull 6. Earth; ... (5) 17. Harsh (7) 6. terra ... (5) (6) 17. Harsh (7)(4) (4) 50.50. Gambol (5)(5) 4. Earth; Of Of public revenue 21. 21. Disorder Gambol public Disorder Solution 7.4.Snakes (6)revenue (6) 19.Illustrate Illustrate (6) SOLUTION 7. (6) 19. SOLUTION 5. Snakes Turn outwards (5)(5) 23. 23. Racket (3)(6) 5. Turn outwards Racket (3) last week – 18 April 8. Dredged (8) 23. Rides bike (6) For February 16, 2005 SOLUTION SOLUTION 8. (8) 23. Rides bike 6. Dredged Constrict (7)(7) 25. 25. Take by sips(6) (3) (3) 6. Constrict Take by sips 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 9. (11) 26. Selling (7)(4) 7. Atrocities Has high morals 27. 27. Stake (4) 7. Has high morals(8)(8) Stake 10.Restrict Restrict(5) (5) 29.Assistant Assistant(4) (4) 10. 29. 8. Reduce (6)(6) 8. Reduce 28. 28. Artlessness (7) (7) Artlessness 16. Found (7) 30. Era (3) 16. (7) 30. Era (3) 9.Found Sanction chair;Chaise Chaise ... (6) 9. Sanction (7)(7) 30. 30. LowLow chair; ... (6) 18. More discourteous (5) 32.32. Small amount (3) 18. More discourteous (5) 32. Small amount (3) 10. Audacity Expert; ... hand 10. Audacity (5)(5) 32. Expert; ... hand (3) (3) 20. Disloyalty (7) 34. Drawn tight (4) 20.16. Disloyalty 34. Drawn tight (4) Arrange in steps Strange 16. Arrange in (7) steps (7)(7) 33. 33. Strange (3) (3) 21. Bishops diocese (3) ...(7) 35.34. Stance (7) 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) Zealous 21. Bishops diocese (3) 35. Stance (7) 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank 34. Zealous (6) (6) 22. Insect (3) 36. Promotes (6) 19. Competitor (5) 35. In brisk time(music) (7) 22. Competitor Insect (3) (5) 36. (6) 19. 35. Promotes In brisk time(music) (7) 24. Rural inmanner manner (11) 39.36. Senility (6)(4) (4) 20. N.Z. Minister U.S. state 24. Rural inPrime (11) 39. Senility (6) 20. N.Z. Prime Minister 36. U.S. state 25.1975-84 Soak up liquid (3)... ... 40.37. Outlawed (7) (3) (3) 1975-84 Sir Robert Biblical vessel Sir Robert (7)(7) 37. Biblical vessel 25. Soak up liquid (3) 40. Outlawed (7) 27. Praise highly(5) (5) 42.39. Broad smile (4) 22. Boils (7) Curve (3) (4) 22. Boils (7)highly 39. Curve (3) 27. Praise 42. Broad smile 28. Chatter (3) 46.41. Beekeepers (9) 24. Catch (3) Cupid 24. Catch (3)(3) 41. Cupid (4) (4) (9) 28. Chatter 46. Beekeepers 31. Member ofwhales upper 48.43. Amazed (9)air 26. Group Exposed to air 26. Group of of whales (3)(3) 43. Exposed to (7) (7) 31. Member of upper 48. Amazed (9) classes(sl) (3) 50.45. Complain (5) (6) (6) Topic Female relatives 29.29. Topic (5)(5) (3) 45. Female relatives classes(sl) 50. Complain (5) 33. Put onclothes clothes (3)(4-7) 51.48. Notable (7)time(Lat) 31. Uninvited guest An endless time(Lat) 31. Uninvited guest (4-7) 48. An endless (9) (9) 33. Put on (3) 51. Notable (7) Deoxyribonucleic acid handed people(inf) Deoxyribonucleic acid 49. 49. LeftLeft handed people(inf) (9) (9) 32.32.


Wednesday April 25, 2018


Repairs after main burst Ignoring seatbelts serious problem

Last week’s work in Broderick Road caused some frustration to motorists as GNS Civil contractors reinstated the large patch where there was a spectacular water main burst last month. PHOTO: Glenise Dreaver

People in rural areas, driving for work and the elderly were some of the surprising groups new research has found to be dying in road crashes when not wearing seatbelts. The AA Research Foundation led a project in partnership with the Ministry of Transport, NZ Police, NZ Transport Agency and ACC to look in depth at 200 deaths where people were not buckled up, and also examine the offence history of people caught not wearing a seatbelt. “We found that along with the young, risky drivers, the other common groups were people in

rural areas, people driving for work, the elderly and tourists,” says AA Research Manager Simon Douglas. Other key findings were that on average over the last decade, 26 percent of vehicle occupants who died in crashes were not wearing a seatbelt, 83.5 percent of deaths where someone wasn’t wearing a seatbelt occurred on rural roads, 53.5 percent of unrestrained deaths involved alcohol, 36.5 percent of unrestrained deaths involved fatigue and 58 percent of people caught by police not wearing a seatbelt have at least one previous seatbelt offence

Classifieds Situations Vacant




• Student Discounts • MANUAL and Automatic cars • Preparation for Restricted & Full Licence Tests. • Refresher Courses • Gift Vouchers


04 3877480 ph/txt 0212243441

Recently reaching 900 employees, our teams continue to grow every day! With over 40 branches nationwide, EnviroNZ is one of New Zealand’s largest and most successful waste services providers. We have a great opportunity for you to join our busy Wellington Collections team. We have Class 2 & Class 4 Driving positions available. Our roles would suit a self-motivated candidate, who will be responsible for operating one of a range of vehicles in our fleet. Don’t worry if you have had no previous experience operating refuse vehicles, we have a dedicated Driver Trainer network who will teach you all you need to know. Part of the training involves assessments, so we know you are confident and competent with operating the gear properly. EnviroWaste pride ourselves in our safe working environment. We are responsible for carrying out the collection of refuse, recycling and glass collections from a range of customers in and around the Wellington area. The ideal candidate for this role: • Will hold a clean Class 2 licence (or above) • Will have 2+ years proven driving experience in a professional role (Training will be provided on our vehicles, including rear-loader, front-loader and LEV’s) • Has a sound understanding of Health & Safety and NZTA’s Worktime and Logbook requirements • Possesses good level of physical fitness • Confidently knows geographical area around the Wellington region • Will be self-motivated and approachable When you join the EnviroNZ team, you will receive a thorough induction, including full on the job training and on-going development. The successful applicant will be required to undertake a Pre-Employment Health Assessment (including drugs test) and complete a Ministry of Justice criminal records check, the results of which must be to EnviroNZ’s satisfaction. If you wish to apply for this position please visit our branch directly, 127R Gracefield Road, Lower Hutt. Applicants must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Finance 5K FROM $37PW, over 48 months incl in-

terest at 17.95% + credit fees. Unsecured loans and car loans. 0508 629 5626 Trades & Services LAWNS: 027 201 2886 Reliable, Honest, Owner Operator. Ph/txt Peter for a free quote - 04 385 1716 CARPET & VINYL laid and repaired. Ph

0210634013 027 447 4706 Renovations/Alterations: Houses, bathrooms, kitchens & decks. Experienced licenced builder. Trade Qualified. PROPERTY and Apartment management, tenancy, rents and project management. Call John 022-3588962.

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

PAINTING TEAM with own scaffolding

Exc. Refs. Comp Rates. All work guaranteed. FREE QUOTES Contact Marcus on: 021 764 831

Interior / Exterior Residential and commercial New build, Repaint, Renovation Over 30 years experience Fully Insured Call Mark for a free quotation Ph


All Painting Services @


Autumn is Here!!! GET YOUR EXTERIOR PAINTED WHILE AUTUMN IS HERE. ~Exteriors/Interiors. ~ Pensioner Discounts ~ Ph 564 9202 or 021 183 9492

PAINTING • Lawns • Hedges/Trees • Maintenance • Garden


REG DRAINLAYER Graham Plumbing & Drainage Ltd Call John 970 2409 or 027 457 4999 44236

Advertise your services here. 587 1660 Sports


FOOTBALL Calling all Footballers Football programmes for all, from age 6 to 17, during term 2. Information about each programme on our website

View the Independent Herald online


Call Daryl Local Business

Interior/Exterior Wallpaper - FREE QUOTES Call Theo 021400812

Ph: 021 355 385 | 04 478 4220

Death Notices

MACMILLAN, Nancy (Annie): Apr 20, 2018. MARTYN, Joy Clements (nee Rogers): Apr 22, 2018. BEATTIE, Anne (Annie): On 13 April 2018 in Wellington. Loved mother and sister. Messages for the Beattie family may be posted c/- PO Box 7123 Wellington 6242. In accordance with the families wishes a private gathering will be held. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned. GREEN, David Mason: Passed away on Tuesday, 17th April 2018 in his 83rd Year. Messages to ‘the Green family’ may be posted c/- PO Box 7123, Wellington 6242 or left on David’s tribute page at A service to celebrate David’s life has been held. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned. PORTER, Colin Wilson: Passed suddenly April 10, 2018. Messages to the Porter family may be left in Colin’s tribute book at or posted c/- PO Box 7123 Wellington 6242. A service to celebrate Colin’s life has been held. The Wilson Funeral Home, Newtown & Karori - Locally Owned.

BUILDING/PAINTING prompt service,

reasonable rates. Free quotes. Phone 04 9777850 or 027-451-5005. Situations Vacant CLEANERS: 3.30pm start and evening


$10 Lunch Specials Wednesday to Saturday

Expression of Interest - Caterer

Cnr Burgess & Johnsonville Rds, Johnsonville Ph: 04 477 6855

Dinner from 5.30pm Wednesday to Saturday Sunday Brunch from 11am

Public Notices

Sunday Roast - $16

from 5.30pm ADVERTISING TERMS & CONDITIONS All advertisements are subject to The Johnsonville Club incorporatedCasual is seeking expressions the approval of Wellington Suburban Newspapers. Advertisements are posidiners most welcome. Enquiries: (04) 939 8233 or email tioned entirely at the option of The Publisher & no guarantee of placement is of interest to partner with a successful and professional 1 Norman Lane On the hill above The Warehouse with a great view out over the CBD; given. Applicable loadings apply only to the specific placement of strip or iscatering management organisationLook to forprovide quality our driveway beside Cash Converters | /johnsonvilleclub land advertisements. Placement & approval is at the discretion of The Publisher. meals for members in a moderate price point with a range While every effort will be made to publish as instructed, The Publisher accepts of options to suit the demographic profile of the Club no liability for any loss caused through loss or misplacement. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement considered unsuitable for publicamembership and wider community. The club has a current tion. Advertisements will be charged on the size of the material supplied or the membership of 1200. space ordered whichever is the greater. It is the responsibility of the Advertiser The dining area of the Club has a seating capacity of 76, or Advertising Agent to notify Wellington Suburban Newspapers of any error with additional casual dining space provided in the bar if within 24 hours of its publication. The Publisher is not responsible for recurring errors. To obtain a classified space order (defined as annual commitment required. The Club has a large function space seating up of advertising space or spend) please speak to your advertising representative. to 150 patrons. (Surcharges may apply if commitment levels are not met or cancellation of a space booking & or contract). Cancellation: neither display nor classified canFurther information will be provided to all interested cellations will be accepted after the booking deadline. No credits will be issued parties. Please contact the Club Manager: to classified package buys that have commenced their series. If an advertiser Catering Expression of Interest at any time fails to supply copy within the deadline, it is understood & agreed ATTENTION: Adrian Douglas, Club Manager that the last copy supplied will be repeated. Specific terms & conditions apply Johnsonville Club Inc., PO Box 13-045 to certain classifications. These may relate to either requirements & conditions set by industry standards for the advertising of certain goods & services, or set Johnsonville, WELLINGTON 6440 by The Publisher. Please speak to your advertising representative to obtain a full Or email to: copy of these. Advertisers agree that all advertisements published by Wellington Submissions Close 30th May 2018 Suburban Newspapers may also appear on a relevant website.

Wednesday April 25, 2018



Massive mid-winter marathon heading here By Glenise Dreaver

Until April 30, Earlybird entries are open for the Wellington Urban Ultra 2K (WUU2K) endurance event, a 43km mid-winter marathon, 62km Ultra, and Team relay run. It starts from Woodmancote Road in Khandallah and moves from there up Mt Kaukau then continues over many of Wellington’s

highest peaks, scenic views, and tricky terrain. (The ‘2k’ stands for the elevation over the 43km race, which is closer to 3k for the 62km option.) Race weekend is held from Friday July 13 to Sunday July 15. Race director and creator Gareth Thomas has 130 entries already with a limit of 300. “There’s always a big rush just before the early

bird entry cut off date,” he says. He says that after Kaukau, runners move along the Skyline towards Makara Road, then take in the Makara Mountain Bike Park, up to Wrights Hill, and past Zealandia to the wind turbine. They move along the top to Redrocks with Marathon runners heading down the Tip Track. Ultra-runners must run an up-and-back of this trail after the Owhiro Bay leg. Both races will finish at the Mount Victoria lookout. Gareth says the fastest time recorded in the event’s almost three year history is Sam McCutcheon’s 5hr 16m for the 62k event, with most competitors averaging 8-10 hours, “The longest time is 11 hours 56,” he says. The race will be run in all weather. “Only if I am advised not to let the race

go ahead because of extreme weather conditions will I cancel the event.” He advocates plenty of hill training and reminds would-be competitors that they are going to be on their feet for long periods of time. Race registration will be held at CQ Hotel on Cuba Street, Wellington on Friday July 13. “These are compulsory and competitors must be at one or the other,” he says. Saturday July 14 is race day, with the 62km Ultra runners/Relay Teams starting at 6.30am. Competitors have to be on the bus outside CQ at 5.30am. “Sharp” says Gareth. The 43km Marathon runners start an hour later at 7.30am and their bus leaves CQ at 6.30am. Sunday July 15 is set aside for the prize giving.

LOCAL RUGBY RESULTS: • Premier (Swindale Shield)

Poneke beat Johnsonville 25-15 Northern United beat Tawa 27-14

• Premier Reserve (Harper Lock Shield)

Northern United beat Tawa 46-15 Poneke beat Johnsonville 67-12

• Les Mills Under 21 (Paris Memorial Trophy)

• Reserve Grade (Mike Copeland Trophy)

• Les Mills Under 21 (JRD Cup)

Poneke beat OBU Black 31-15 Johnsonville beat Wellington FC 63-0 Avalon beat Old Boys University 48-24

Making quay safer for cyclists Cr Sarah Free, the Wellington City Council’s portfolio leader for walking, cycling and public transport, says it is very clear that more needs to be done to make Thorndon Quay safer for people on bikes. One step came last week when the council’s City Strategy Committee last week agreed to replace angle parking on Thorndon Quay between Davis and Mulgrave streets with parallel parking to make room for on-road bike lanes on each side of the road. The painted traffic-side lanes are seen as an interim solution to make this stretch a little safer, and can be put in later this year at very little cost when the road is resealed. The corridor between Kaiwharawhara and the city centre is also being considered as part of the Let’s Get Wellington Moving project and there is a desire to make sure any additional improvements for people on bikes are well integrated with any other transport

and urban design changes proposed for the area. Sarah says she would have liked to have seen more done. “But sometimes you have to do things incrementally, and this change will be a small improvement. It will provide cycle lanes on a section where there are none at the moment, and these will link in well with the lanes in Bunny Street and those planned for part of Featherston Street. “I very much hope we will be having conversations within the next 12 months about more substantial improvements.” Parking time limits in the area will also be changed from 10 hours to six hours, rather than the two-hour limit originally proposed. The next stage is to complete the detailed planning and design and to conduct independent safety audits. Work is expected to start in late 2018.

• 85kg Restricted

• Women (Rebecca Liua’ana Trophy)

Northern United beat Tawa 59-31

PHOTOS: Supplied

Old Boys University beat Marist St Pats 31-17 Petone beat Tawa 71-0 Tawa beat Hutt Old Boys Marist 33-21 Johnsonville beat Marist St Pats 41-19 Western Suburbs beat OBU Bunnies 17-13

Northern United beat OBU 53-31

ABOVE: Gareth Thomas, at left, with race co-designer Stu Milne. LEFT: The marathon route.

• First Grade (Thompson Memorial Cup)

Upper Hutt Thirsty Rams beat OBU Righteous Bros 69-19 Poneke Ruffnuts beat Johnsonville 39-19 Western Suburbs beat OBU 69ers 31-7 Upper Hutt Pirates beat OBU Pink Ginners 46-5 Upper Hutt J8’s beat OBU Teddy Bears 26-14

Sports talk

with Jacob Page

These Warriors are for real As the Warriors bandwagon gains more and more fans, some “diehard” fans aren’t overly impressed. The historically under-performing Kiwi NRL franchise has won six of their seven games to start the 2018 campaign. The results have seen many people who had turned their backs on the franchise during multiple years of misery, return to waving the Warriors flag. The franchise has often been an easy social media target during down years due to their perceived abundance of quality players but lack of substance on the field in past seasons. While seven games of a 24-game regular season is a relatively small sample size, the 20-12 win over previously undefeated St George-Illawarra Dragons shows this team is for real. People love a winning team, that’s only natural. Fans who stayed loyal should be commended for that but those who said enough should also receive some credit for demanding change and

saying “no more”. Change can only be created by not accepting years of poor performance. The win over the Dragons was most un-Warrior like. Stephen Kearney’s men had unwavering defence, the ability to win the crucial moments of the game and respond by scoring points late in the second half. These Warriors are for real, no longer the unfit, under-performing, enigmatic rabble that made them almost impossible to support. The Warriors may not win the competition but rest assured the Aussie pundits claiming they would get the wooden spoon should start eating their humble pie now. This team will make the playoffs and should be in the top four when the playoffs begin. The Warriors should welcome every past, present and future fan into the fold. They have always been one of the most well-followed teams in the competition and this is the year they should repay the faith many have held since the club’s debut in 1995.


Wednesday April 25, 2018

Independent Herald 25-04-18  

Independent Herald 25-04-18

Independent Herald 25-04-18  

Independent Herald 25-04-18