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Upper Hutt Leader : August 17th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 17, 2011 NEWS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION Sponsored by: Brought to you by: THE ONE STOP SHOPPING DESTINATION FOR PARENTS Sunday 28 August 9am-4pm Wellington Town Hall $5 entry, under 12 FREE Bring this advert with you to buy one ticket and get one free! EXPO only specials Find us on Proudly supported by: mkfu uvqtg IS9350local 3912607AA If you were in the care of the State before 1992 and have concerns about your experiences .... You now have the chance to be heard, in confidence, by a panel of qualified people who will be visiting your area. Talking with the Panel will provide an opportun for you to share your concerns. The Panel will listen and where needed a tailored package of assistance can be offered. State care includes children's homes, foster care the special education sector, health camps and other residential health facilities. For more information call our freephone: 0800 356 567 visit www.listening.govt.nz or write to us at PO Box 5939 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6145. e, Some memories never fade. CONFIDENTIAL LISTENING & ASSISTANCE SERVICE An independent agency supported by the Department of Internal Affairs AFF10247 nity REGISTRATIONS CLOSING SOON - ACT NOW. Award winners and finalists named The Upper Hutt Excellence in Business Awards attracted 128 nominations over nine categories. Finalists were named in each category and winners announced at Wednesday s black tie gala din- ner at Expressions. The category winners and finalists were: Employer of the year: Winner John Gwilliam & Co, finalists Thorners General Insurance, Upper Hutt Cossie Club. Employee of the year: Winner Amanda McEwan from Kristin s Flower Shoppe, finalists Helen Lewis from the Upper Hutt Cossie Club, Trudy Walker from Cafe Romeo. Best personal business: Winner My Day Spa, finalists Configure Express Women s Gym, Diva Beauty Therapy, Fitness Trans4ma- tions, New Leaf Skin Care, UK Hair. Best professional/ser- vice business: Winner John Gwilliam & Co, finalists ASB Bank, book repair specialist Bill Tito, Driving Miss Daisy, Laurenson Chartered Accountants, Radius Pharmacy Main St, Steve Slicker from Tommy s Real Estate. Best trade business: Winner King Toyota Upper Hutt, finalists All About Kitchens and Bathrooms, Bebans Glass, Laser Electrical. Best educational business: Winner Hutt Valley Teen Parent Programme, finalists Anita s Dance Academy, Arts A Go Go performing arts classes for kids, Trentham Kindergarten. Best bar, club or pub: Winner Upper Hutt Cossie Club, finalists The Glasshouse Cafe and Bar, The Tote. Best cafe/restaurant: Winner Traditional Thai, finalists Bell House, Espresso Garden Cafe (at Mitre 10 Mega), Fig Tree Cafe and Larder, The Short Straw Cafe, Upper Hutt Cossie Club. Retailer of the year: Winner Avison s Home and Giftware, finalists Archibald s The Art Place, Everson s Manufacturing Jewellers, Flair Flooring Xtra, Kristin s Flower Shoppe, Hannahs Shoes, Mega Mitre 10. Supreme winner: John Gwilliam and Co. BUSINESS AWARDS CONTINUED Page 17 Upper Hutt retailer of the year: Hellen Swales, representing sponsor Experience Upper Hutt with Nicole, Gayleen and Deane Avison from Avison's Home and Giftware.
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