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Challenge 2000 gave a moving presentation at St Peter and Paul’s on the Sunday morning preceding Anzac Day. The drama was also presented at the youth group’s own Anzac Day ceremony held at their site in Wanaka Street last Wednesday.

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The good thing about being in Government is being part of the solution and not constantly finding fault. I was part of a meeting this week between the region’s mayors and CEOs, and government ministers and MPs. It was encouraging to say the least to feel the optimism and determination to ensure Wellington gets its share of the infrastructure rebuild, including roading, health and housing and, importantly, business growth across the region. We in Ōhāriu are fortunate to be well represented with myself, the mayor and deputy mayor determined to ensure our area gets what it needs to thrive and grow. Local bodies and Government departments are enjoying being now seen as part of the solution, not the problem. Our prime minister is leading the charge on the world stage to ensure New Zealand’s case is at the forefront as the international political balances realign. It’s the

right timeStto have a leader 46 Waione Petone who is flying our ag high Ph: 5685989 Open Sat fl 9am-3pm with the power brokers of Formerly cpa spares the world. Our reputation as being a young vibrant can-do Funeral Director country is certainly being enhanced by Jacinda. Our goal is to make sure everyone feels part of the success. On the local front, I continue the be amazed by dedication of volunteers running everything from walking groups, churches, sports clubs, environment initiatives, and preserving our history. A great example is the group who have not only restored the Halfway House in Glenside, but also refurnished it with period fittings and furniture. An oasis of history in Wellington’s fastest growing area. It’s our people that keep Ōhāriu vibrant. To join one of your local groups, visit your community centre and find out what’s out there. There are always like minds who would love your company.Greg.OConnor@parliament.govt.nz Facebook.com/GregOhariu

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