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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
24 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 Rugby World Cup 2011 in Upper Hutt What's on Where www.wowupperhutt.com Visit www.wowupperhutt.com and sign up to our great e-newsletter and you are in the draw to win a fabulous iPAD. Terms & conditions apply Tel: 04 527 2113 www.h2oxtream.com firstname.lastname@example.org what's On at h2O Xtream The Wellington Region is on show this week, with 2 matches last weekend and the Quarter Final matches this weekend, and there are lots of great events happening in Upper Hutt this week. Take a look at them in the events listing on this page. All are welcome to come along tomorrow (6th October) and experience the Open Day at Orongomai Marae, from 9.00 am. There will be a formal welcome, tours around the Marae, maori arts and crafts for sale, food stalls (including a hangi lunch) and much, much more. To book a hangi lunch or for more information tel: (04) 528 9639 or email: email@example.com Don't forget that Friday 7th October is the culmination of a busy week, with what could be considered as 'Rugby, Racing and Cheer' in one day. The day kicks off with the Celebration of NZ Festival and horse racing at Trentham Racecourse, which will include great entertainment, and stalls offering a taste of NZ. That night, the Cossie Club has their Sports Legends Dinner, where Aussie rugby great David Campese and Rugby World Cup winning All Black John Kirwan will be guest speakers. For more information about these and many more exciting events, please go to www.upperhuttcity.com/RWC2011 With the Quarter Finals only days away, we want everyone to have a great time and come home safely from the festivities. Police are also stepping up patrols during RWC 2011 to make sure you stay safe and enjoy the matches. Here are a few things to consider if you plan to drink: New Law -- Zero alcohol limit for drivers under 20s. Supervising drivers must be sober, for people on learner or restricted licences. Plan before partying -- plan ways not to drink and drive... stay over until sober; get a cab, public transport or walk home; or use a sober driver, but make sure they are looked after and there is no need for them to drink. Demand for transport after matches is high. If you intend to travel back to Upper Hutt, on one of the last night trains from Wellington, please check that there are buses to meet your train. Otherwise you should consider pre-booking a taxi. Please pass this information on to any visitors in the region. Remember, the Rimutaka Sports Bar's 23rd annual Pig Hunt competition is on the weekend of the 22nd -- 24th October. This is a fun family day for everyone to enjoy, with bouncy castle, mini motor bikes and other fun games, not to mention a possum throwing competition for the kids. There are great prizes for pig hunters and for the kids. For more information tel: Rimutaka Sports Bar (04) 526 9020. Enjoy the rest of the festivities and the tournament. Remember one standard drink takes an hour for the body to process -- one can of beer may be more than a standard drink, so read the labels to work out how long you need to be off the road. And: If in doubt, err on the side of caution. Tel: 04 527 2168 www.expressions.org.nz firstname.lastname@example.org What's On at Expressions
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