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Upper Hutt Leader : May 11th 2011
12 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 11, 2011 NEWS 3559413AA FLU VACCINATION.... should you have it? ASK AT YOUR DOCTOR'S SURGERY IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A FREE VACCINE Facts about Influenza Flu is caused by Influenza Viruses. It causes an illness which is more severe than the normal "common cold". The symptoms include fever, headache, aching muscles and joints, cough, fatigue, loss of appetite. Some people can be extremely unwell with the flu and develop serious complications. They may require time off work and treatment from a doctor. People who already have health problems are more at risk of developing complications. Flu vaccination is recommended for everyone over the age of 65 yrs. Flu Vaccination Flu vaccination X does not give you the flu as there is no live virus in the vaccine. Some people may come down with a cold or flu before the vaccine has had time to work, this is just coincidence. Flu vaccination gives you X protection from the flu viruses that are covered in the vaccine. There are 3 different strains covered in the vaccine and this depends on what flu has been around the northern hemisphere in their winter. This year's flu vaccine contains the H1N1 or "swine flu" strain. Flu vaccination is proven to be very X effective and reduces the rate of complications from the flu. FREE flu vaccines are available for everyone over the age of 65yrs and for some people with long term medical conditions. This year the Flu vaccine is also Free for Pregnant women Sentimental items await owners By JIMMY NESS Recovered goods: If you recognise any of your property in these photos contact Sergeant Quentin Ward on 527 2300 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org A large amount of stolen items including police badges, gold coins and jewellery has been recovered by Upper Hutt police. Sergeant Quentin Ward says the property was found at a Birchville address a fortnight ago and policeare keen to return it to the rightful owners. The stolen property includes some sentimental items that I am sure people will be missing. These include watches, jewel- lery, unique badges and some medals.'' Mr Ward says some of the stolen property has already been returned to its owners in East- bourne, Totara Park and Welling- ton, who were all victims of bur- glaries. We are really keen to hear from anyone who may recognise their property in the attached photo, which may have been stolen in recent burglaries throughout the Wellington district.''
May 18th 2011