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Upper Hutt Leader : May 18th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 18, 2011 NEWS An afternoon of fine music! Come along and support your local up and coming artists as they serenade you with their awesome talent. Contact Jade on 527 9730 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more info visit: www.facebook.com/YouthtownUpperHutt Purchase a ticket to a movie and go in the draw to win FREE MOVIE TICKETS! First, second and third prizes will be drawn---make sure you check out your most favourite movie and be in to win :) Check out www.ascotcinemas.co.nz or telephone: 528-5590 The Activation Push Play trailer will be rocking up to Heretaunga College for some fun and games... with an anti bullying message. The Activation Push Play trailer will be rocking up to Upper Hutt College for some fun and games... with an anti bullying message. Monthly gigging session for young people aged 13 to 18 years. Kick back and relax while checking out your local bands. Contact Jade on 527 9730 or email@example.com For more info visit: www.facebook.com/YouthtownUpperHutt Get your team together and rock on down to the park for a 7 aside tournament. FREE BBQ! Cash prizes! More info? Call/Text Sam on 021 2439972 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with DJ Slik Heaps of giveaways - Spa open to under 16's Plus FREE SLIDES!! More info? Call 527 2113 or visit www.h2oxtream.com Recognising our local young people who have achieved in the areas of Culture, Service, Leadership, Environment, Recreation & Events. Nominees are invited to attend. Contact Fran on 527 2798 or email@example.com For more info visit: www.uhyouth.com Get your game on! Battle against your mates and win some choice prizes! More info? Contact Jade on 527 9730 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more info visit: www.facebook.com/YouthtownUpperHutt ZUMBA! It's all the rage.. Get involved :) More info? email Emma@vibe.org.nz 3741889AA $11 LUNCHES (lunch size chicken or lamb or vegetarian with rice and plain naan) • Monday-Saturday 11.30am-2p m • Dinner 7 Days From 5pm • Food cooked to order • Table service • Eat fresh 3623841AA Dine in, Takeaways & Home Deliveries Ph 528 7232 Logan St, The Mall Upper Hutt www.littleindia.co.nz 2p 2pm m NOW OPEN FOR SATURDAY LUNCH We pride ourselves on individually preparing each of our dishes using only the freshest and finest ingredients "DO TRY US!" Bill Lindsay a/h 972 7912 0274 456 992 Alan Webb a/h 568 5782 0274 460 613 Lindsay Webb Valuations LIMITED 569 2095 Valuers Living Locally: Valuing Locally 3039545AT BRIDGE Upper Hutt Bridge Club results for week begin- ning Monday, May 9: Monday: First night Monday teams; Wednesday: N/S G Andrew, V Heatley; E/W R Lynn, H Otte; Thursday N/S R and S Flaws; E/W A Duncan, M Renner; Friday N/S A Barrett, F Smith; E/W J Durham, R Lynn. Upper Hutt house values fall 2.8pc House values in Upper Hutt have fallen 2.8 per cent to an average $331,062, says Quot- able Value. It s in the middle of falls ranging from 2.1 per cent in eastern Wellington to 4.5 per cent in western Wellington. The previous month s figure for Upper Hutt was $344,103. House values remain relatively stable at national level, based on QV indices for April. Nationwide property values have now been relatively stable for several months after falling slightly throughout most of 2010. Values are now 1.9 per cent lower than the same time last year, and 5.8 per cent below the market peak of late 2007, said QV.co.nz research director Jonno Ingerson. The levelling of nationwide values was initially due to a flattening of values in the Auckland market, but there are now increas- ing signs of values stabilising in many other areas also, said Mr Ingerson. In the Auckland area values have moved within a narrow band for most of the last 18 months. In recent months values have been slightly variable, but there is little evidence at this stage of values moving significantly up or down. Currently values in Auckland are 0.5 per cent below the same time last year. Values in Hamilton are 3.5 per cent below the same time last year, but in recent months values appear to be flattening off. In Tauranga values are 1.7 per cent below last year, but also appear to be flattening in recent months. The Wellington area is 3.4 per cent below last year, with most of this drop coming in 2010, while over the past six months values have been moving within a narrow band. Values in Dunedin have dropped more over the past year than the other main centres, but may also be stabili- sing in recent months. There was an increase in sales activity in March and the first half of April, but this appears to have dropped away following the Easter and school holiday break. Sales activity typically tends to slow from now through until spring, said Mr Ingerson. Market sentiment remains patchy, with some areas lacking quality listings to satisfy buyer demand, while other areas have little buyer demand despite plenty of houses for sale. In general properties with desirable attributes, or those that represent good value, are still selling well.
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