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Upper Hutt Leader : June 15th 2011
2 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 15, 2011 NEWS MANAGER: JENNY RUSSELL email@example.com The Upper Hutt Leader is published by Central Community Newspapers, a division of Fairfax New Zealand Ltd, and printed at 35 Bouverie St, Petone. The registered of ce of Fairfax New Zealand Ltd is 40 Boulcott St, Wellington CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: Classified: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 528 9654 Fax: 528 3021 154 Main Street, Upper Hutt Now available online at: http://fairfaxmedia.newspaperdirect.com Our Weekly Top Ten Stories on: upperhuttleader.co.nz Order Photos online at: pix.ccn.co.nz EDITOR: ROSEMARY MCLENNAN email@example.com SPORTS EDITOR: COLIN WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org Delivered to 22,226 Homes and Businesses throughout Upper Hutt, Stokes Valley, Manor Park and Haywards 2920501AA For all Upholstery & Furniture Repairs FURNITURE Repairs, Restoration & Recovering Suppliers of Foam, Vinyl & Fabric VEHICLE Upholstery & Wood Repairs to: •Modern •Classic & •Vintage Cars For the finest craftsmanship with Free Quotes, Pickup & Delivery and Large Sample Range 40 Ward St, Upper Hutt Ph: (04) 528 0127 Fax (04) 528 2580 Email: email@example.com 2137523CP For all your domestic, commercial, rental property, electrical needs & heat pump installations Serving Upper Hutt for over 30 years small jobs our speciality Main Street, Upper Hutt Drop off all small appliance repairs to: phone 04 528 2195 email firstname.lastname@example.org web www.uhelectrical.co.nz $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!" Church garage sale to operate from car park The sale of Upper Hutt Baptist Church s friendship centre means organisers of its monthly garage sales are changing to car boot sales in their car park. Twenty-one years of the indoor fundraiser, which raised thou- sands of dollars for many organi- sations and local, national and international appeals, ended at Queen s Birthday Weekend. Until they can move to the extension planned for the main church building on the south cor- ner of Fergusson Dr and Milton St, organisers plan to operate from the car park. That building replaced the original church across the road, which became the friendship centre and has been bought by Arts a Go Go! The first car boot sale is planned for Saturday, July 2. Called the garage sale with the big difference , they began in 1990 on the first Saturday of every month, nine or 10 months a year. They included a free cuppa with biscuits and, for many years, cheese toast triangles. Colourful Clown Puzzle was often there to entertain and give away balloons and novelties. Many regular customers said they looked forward to the garage sales because they did not get out much. Proceeds have sponsored Ephrem, a young Ethiopian, through TEAR Fund for about nine years. The team regularly receives letters from Ephrem and members write to him, sending extra money for birthdays and Christmas gifts. During the past 21 years, thou- sands of dollars have been donated to organisations and relief funds such as the Pakistan flood relief, Christchurch earth- quake appeal, Japan earthquake and tsunami appeal and, closer to home, Drug Arm, Upper Hutt Food Bank and others. Hutt house values drop House values in Upper Hutt have fallen by 3.5 per cent to an average $337,794 for May. They fell by 2.8 per cent for April. QV s residential price index for May shows property values in the Wellington region have dropped by 3.6 per cent in the past year. Values have continued falling in recent months. The indices show nationwide values have remained flat in May. We are seeing diverse trends in the Wellington region, with Welling- ton and Porirua values holding their own while Upper Hutt and Lower Hutt property values have slipped further from last month, says Pieter Geill of QV Valuations. Overall, the month was relatively quiet with con- tinued subdued sales activity. Public sector restructuring is being well reported by the press and is likely to also have a dampening effect on con- fidence in the Wellington region . . . It also appears we are experienc- ing the traditional quiet period that happens as we approach winter, Mr Geill said. QV s residential price index is cal- culated using sales data from the three months leading up to the month being reported. It is not the same as the average sales price, which fluc- tuates in line with the mix of proper- tiesin upper or lower price brackets.
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