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Upper Hutt Leader : August 10th 2011
20 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 10, 2011 NEWS www.naiharcourts.co.nz TEAM HUTT VALLEY LIMITED MREINZ Licensed Agent REAA 2008 Realistic Vendor Must Sell This Workshop AUCTION Versatile Contractors Yard & Workshop LEASE 3877048AB Unit 15, 80 Eastern Hutt Road, Wingate Our realistic vendor has told us to sell his workshop immediately! This very visible property is part of a complex of unit titled warehouses offering a perfect solution for tradies or owner/occupiers. The unit has a mezzanine level with offices, low stud storage and toilets below and the remaining workshop space has a stud height of 4.5m held under a mono-pitch steel roof. • Affordable Owner/Occupier Unit • Warehouse with Mezzanine • Vacant Possession • 2 Car Parks www.industrialprimeproperty.com 67 Whakatiki Street, Upper Hutt This substantial contractors yard and workshop offers a superb position close to SH2. The property is accessed by a double width sealed lane from the street to a part sealed yard with modern steel clad workshop with four bays and an office attached with staff lunch room, toilets and a reception area. The site has added benefit of a wash bay with pump system. • Land Size 2085sqm • 4 Bay Workshop & Offices • 3 Phase Power & Truck Wash • Very Close to SH2 www.industrialprimeproperty.com AUCTION 11.00am Wednesday 17 August 2011, Harcourts Office, 516 High Street, Lower Hutt Euan Mackenzie P 04 529 0360 M 021 344 005 E email@example.com http://www.naiharcourts.co.nz/UH5021 GROSS RENTAL: $60,000 + GST Availability: Immediately Euan Mackenzie P 04 529 0360 M 021 344 005 E firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.naiharcourts.co.nz/UH0340 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 3039545AZ Craig Thorn Director - 25 Sierra Way, Upper Hutt 5371 P: 04 528 7524 F: 04 528 7524 M: 021 116 8808 email@example.com www.pcrepair.co.nz COMPUTER ISSUES? Call me today for Fast, Friendly and Professional Service 3719968 LOTTO SECOND PRIZE: A Lotto ticket bought at Silverstream Phar- macy won a $17,216 second division prize on Saturday night. Sixteen other second div- ision winners each won $17,216.50. Graffiti charges laid UPPER HUTT COURT Identical twins appeared in court last week for graffiti-related offences. Shaeden Barrett pleaded guilty to charges of possession of graffiti utensils and disorderly behaviour. His brother Shannon appeared on the same day and denied charges of graffiti. Prosecuting Sergeant Neill Ford said the 18-year-old brothers were spotted by police on July 29, in Fergusson Dr. The defendant s brother [Shannon] was [allegedly] seen by an off duty police officer tagging a sign outside Switched On Gardener. While the police were talking with the brothers, they were shouting abuse at the officers . . . This was in the police vehicle, but it was so loud it could be heard clearly outside. Mr Ford said they were both warned they would be arrested for disorderly behaviour. The defendant [Shaeden] then shouted f... you pig . He was warned a second time and his brother told him to shut up . Mr Ford said Shaeden was a prominent tagger . He was found with 27 pre-tagged stickers in his pockets, which were capable of being used to vandalise areas. In explanation he told police he was asked to stick them up all over Upper Hutt by another male. Shaeden had recently been accepted into a course at WelTec and enjoyed attending daily, duty lawyer Julia Sanders said. He did abuse them because he felt like he was being picked on and accused of things he didn t do. Judge Chris Tuohy said the com- munity had a gutsful of people vandal- ising the streets. The community of Upper Hutt has voiced their dissatisfaction with the amount of tagging and damage. You re turning it into what looks like a ghetto. The full force of the law is going to come down on you. Shaeden was convicted and ordered to come up if called upon within six months. He was fined $500. Shannon was remanded on bail until August 15. Man owed $42k in fines Judge David McKegg said a 19-year-old who owed $42,000 in unpaid fines was a foolish, foolish young man . Shaun Isaako appeared in court last week for several charges stemming from one incident on April 17. He admitted driv- ing dangerously, excess breath alcohol, pos- session of cannabis and failure to stop for police. It is understood he fled from police on King St at 3am. Duty Lawyer Sarah Connell said he ran because he knew he was over the legal alcohol limit. He wished he had just stopped. When he saw the police, he did a U-turn. He impul- sively thought he would get away. Judge McKegg said Isaako needed to change his behaviour and had six driv- ing convictions. You are a foolish, foolish young man. There is no excuse for the way you behave. You act foolish, your behaviour is foolish. The whole thing is foolish. No-one wants someone working for them who does not take responsibility. It s time to grow up. Isaako was sentenced to six months supervision, four months community detention and disqualified from driving for a year. Car thefts Thieves may be targeting vehicles while owners are watching weekend sports games nearby. Senior Constable Flora Nielsen says the best protection is to leave nothing in your car because any item may appeal to a thief. It does not matter where it [the car] is. If it s at home or in your drive- way, don t leave anything. If you have to, then at least put it away. You might think it s old, but it could appeal to anybody. Car thefts are often opportunistic and removing items will help prevent any temptation to steal, she says.
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