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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
26 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 NEWS 4060808AA Craig Thorn 25 Sierra Way, Upper Hutt 5371 P: 04 528 7524 F: 04 528 7524 M: 021 116 8808 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pcrepair.co.nz SPRING SPECIAL COMPUTER ISSUES? Call me today forFast, Friendly and Professional Service 3839801 1/2 Hour Diagnosis Service* *conditions apply FREE 3840156AH • Key Cutting while you wait • Leather Care Products & Accessories EDSERS Shoe & Bag Repairs We care about your soles 8 Princes St, Upper Hutt PH 528 3847 ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Heavenly visitors: Upper Hutt Cossie Club member Dave Gorrie and daughter, Emma, with Irene van Dyk and fellow Silver Ferns at the club's fundraising quiz for the Heaven Scent, a charitable organisation designed to offer help and assistance to women. Minnows' efforts a valuable lesson COMMERCE COMMENT PAUL LAMBERT, city promotion manager, Upper Hutt City Council. New Zealand is a stadium of 4.2 million for the Rugby World Cup 2011, and the Wellington region is our events capital -- and Upper Hutt is connected to the action in a variety of ways. All Black Cory Jane makes no secret of his home being Upper Hutt and hopefully the next three weekends will lead him to a winner s medal. Cory readily makes himself available to work with local busi- nesses for wider community ben- efit. A courier package recently arrived at our offices of the Upper Hutt i-Site Visitor Centre at 90 Main St, from ATTTO, the Avi- ation, Travel and Tourism Train- ing Organisation. Inside was a themed board game, the Championship Chal- lenge. To win the game you have to be the first player to collect all 13 tickets to the match venues. It is a great, fun way to improve people s knowledge of New Zealand s tourism industry. Large events like the World Cup have certainly given us the chance to wow our visitors and lift our reputation at both a national and international level. There are some gems to be learnt along the way! You could win a collectors set of 20 badges of the competing countries. Email your answer to upperhutt@i-SITE.org by noon Friday, October 6. Please type badges in the sub- ject line, include your name and daytime phone number and your answer to this question: What city in New Zealand does Henry the Tuatara live in? This week has some special events for locals and visitors enjoying the rugby. On Thursday, October 5, Orongomai Marae have an open day from 9am till 3pm. Book a hangi for $10 at 528 9639. On Friday, October 7, Trentham Racecourse hosts a day of Rugby, Racing and Cheer from noon, with free entry. This is followed by David Campese and John Kirwan speaking at the Sporting Legends dinner at the Upper Hutt Cossie Club from 6.30pm, book now on 529 0009, $70.00 including buffet dinner. Residents will have have recently received infor- mation with their rates about A dry summer ahead . This is a programme where we will all need savings of up to 15 per cent on water consumption if the summer is dry while one of the storage lakes at Te Marua is empty for upgrading. I am sure we can also take the message to our place of work and make sure we don t waste water there or at home. The Mitre 10 Mega sponsored Green Fingers Gardening competition and related activities will help you learn more about water saving. I am sure the momentum of the cup can leave us all with some messages of how we can do business better in the future. Working together as a team has been shown by some of the underdogs as a way of making progress.
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