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Upper Hutt Leader : June 29th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 29, 2011 NEWS CLOSING DOWN SALE 2 Geange Street, Upper Hutt. Ph 527 9858 OPEN 7 DAYS 3394305AI HALF PRICE OR LESS Final weeks, so be in quick! ALL STOCK MUST GO!!! Talk to the Tranters for a Free price guide for your property, you may be surprised. The market is changing Garry Tranter 0274 462 594 firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Tranter 027 203 4669 email@example.com SAFARI REAL ESTATE LTD LICENSED UNDER THE REAA 2008 3788501AD Easy Key Self Service Laundromat DRY UP TO 4 LOADS OF CLOTHES IN ONLY 18 MINUTES SAVE YOUR TIME & ELECTRICITY UPPER HUTT 557 Fergusson Drive, Ph 528 0515 STOKES VALLEY Scott Court, Ph 563 8260 13 x Dryers from $4 for 18 mins 8 x Washers - from $5 ALSO AT THESE LOCATIONS Taita 970 0994 Wainuiomata 939 5171 Porirua - Cannons Creek 237 0630 Newtown 389 7926 Lower Hutt 569 5792 Fast Dryers Washers Domestic Laundry Sports Gear Duvets Mink Blankets Bedding 3685406AD Acquittal upsets father By JIMMY NESS An English immigrant charged with manslaughter after punching Upper Hutt man Kane Temarama has been acquitted. Thomas Edwin Baugh, 23, was found not guilty after he told a Wellington High Court jury that he had struck Mr Temarama, 26, in self-defence. In the early hours of Sep- tember 12, the father of two was knocked unconscious and fractured his skull on Main St. He later died in hospital. The incident allegedly occurred after a verbal alter- cation. Mr Temarama approached Mr Baugh about his response to passengers in a passing car who had yelled out to him. Mr Baugh, who had boxed competi- tively, punched the man after attempts to shake his hand and hug him, had failed, the court was told. Witness Corey Northover told the court that Mr Temarama fell like a dead weight. He said he heard a noise like a basketball bouncing as Mr Temarama's head hit the ground. The Crown said Mr Baugh had a history of aggression and revealed evidence of four other incidents that had occurred since he arrived in New Zealand as a teenager. Police swarmed the area after the not guilty verdict and Mr Baugh was driven from a secure exit more than an hour later. Mr Temarama's father, Cain Temarama, said he could not understand the jury's verdict. He described Mr Baugh as a timebomb'' who should have to leave New Zealand. Defence lawyer Greg King said Mr Baugh and his family were very aware that someone had died. They are not doing cartwheels. They are aware that someone has lost their life.'' CHESS On Saturday the Upper Hutt Chess Club hosted its annual tournament, played with a 25+5'' time control. After six rounds the winner (with six wins) was Scott Wastney and the runner-up Brian Nijman, both from the Wellington Club. In a notable result Upper Hutt Club presi- dent (and 2010 A grade champion) Ben Thomas shared third place, in a tie with three other competitors.
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