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Upper Hutt Leader : August 10th 2011
2 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 10, 2011 NEWS 3782251AF Laser Electrical WELLINGTON NORTH 30 Camp Street, Trentham Ph 04 528 3892 "Totally Dependable" email@example.com • Receive up to $300 account credit with Genesis Energy for Panasonic Heat Pumps supplied & installed • FREE Electric Blanket checks for Gold Card Holders • Back to Back Heat Pump Installations from $750 (conditions apply) J_5432_ Karen Rhind, Manager. Telephone (04) 567 8766 Mobile 021 577 133 firstname.lastname@example.org "Where else could you get such great view , beautiful gardens and receive uperb care. My mother receives so much love and respect, I couldn't ask for more." Wesleyhaven. 249 Rata Street, Naenae. www.wesleyca.org.nz _AB Wesleyhaven. We invite your enquiry; Tl h (04) 567 8766 T Wlh 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: www.uhleader.co.nz Our Top Ten Stories on: stuff.co.nz go to Newspapers/Upper Hutt Leader Order Photos online at: pix.ccn.co.nz EDITOR: ROSEMARY MCLENNAN email@example.com SPORTS EDITOR: COLIN WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org Delivered to 21,740 Homes and Businesses throughout Upper Hutt, Stokes Valley, Manor Park and Haywards 3874157AA Trentham Memorial Park 28 August, 25 September, 9 October BEGINNERS TO PROS KIDS AND ADULTS For more info visit: www.activation.org.nz WIN A BIKE from The Bike Hutt Attend two or more events to go in the draw 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 Doco visits museum Radio New Zealand National's long- running Spectrum documentary visi- ted the Wellington Vintage Machin- ery Club in Mangaroa for last Sunday's programme. The programme, which is also available at radionz.co.nz/national/ programmes/spectrum, will be repeated tomorrow, Thursday, August 11, at 7.30pm. Teacher changing kids' lives in India By JIMMY NESS Changing lives: Afsana, 5, proudly holds the new school bag given to her as a graduation present by Julie- Ann Kamal. A teacher at Upper Hutt School has dedicated her life to helping children in the rural slums of New Delhi, India. Four years ago Julie-Ann Kamal started the Global Tribe Children's Centre for three to five year olds. The centre provides children with hygiene, education and craft classes as well as two meals a day. Mrs Kamal says she went to India with a work colleague who wanted to set up a special com- munity and it was a life- changing experience. It's the total opposite living conditions to New Zealand. It's from the poorest of the poor to the richest of the rich living in the same country.'' Mrs Kamal says that when the school closed and she returned to New Zealand, she could not stop thinking about the country. I still had India on my heart. I sponsored a child from India thinking I would try to meet her, and I have twice. I thought I'd go back and see what I could do for kids in the slums.'' Mrs Kamal recently began expanding her centre by running a tuition centre for five to 18 year olds. I wanted to keep in touch with the kids once they carry on [from junior level]. We went from having 25 kids to over 200. It's mind-blowing. Even though I'm not a cel- ebrity I knew there was a prob- lem and I did something about it. I now have two homes, here and New Delhi. I go there every year with my husband, also from India, and it's so rewarding see- ing how our students in the slum are going.'' To know more about the Global Tribe Children's Centre or to sponsor a child's education for $15 a month, email Mrs Kamal at email@example.com.
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