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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
40 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 NEWS www.leaders.co.nz Nobody in the world sells more real estate than Each office independently owned and operated ® Leaders Licensed REA Act (2008) TE MARUA 46 Plateau Road BEO $355,000 ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 528 3161 ART DECO IN PLATEAU * 3 bedrooms * Master ensuite & Walk In Wardrobe * Separate lounge French doors to patio * In ground Swimming pool * 1429 sqm fully fence section * Single garage and carport Presenting a rare 160 sqm Art Deco home that will cast its spell over you, complimented by rimu floors throughout and an authentic wood fired coal range to master your baking and cooking skills in a rimu kitchen, giving added character to this already gorgeous home. Situated in the plateau offering a unique semi rural lifestyle with country atmosphere and serene bush walks but only 8 minutes to Upper Hutt central. 3 1 View www.open2view.com ID#250967 www.leaders.co.nz/87172 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 12.00-12.30PM MAORIBANK 20 Oregon Drive SUN...SPACE AND SO AFFORDABLE * 3 bedrooms * Single garaging & Carport * Sunny conservatory * Polished rimu floors * Modern Kitchen * Modern Bathroom * Fully fenced secure section * RV $260,000 Looking for your first home, than you will not believe your luck once you view this immaculately presented 3 bedroom property. From the sunny conservatory and open plan living to the polished rimu floors with fully fenced child or pet friendly section this home has it all ... Sun... Space and so affordable to make your next move now. The Vendors will consider all offers in writing 1.00pm Wednesday 19th October 2011 at Remax Upper Hutt Office (Will not be sold prior) PETER JOHNSTON M 04 528 3161 ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 3 1 View www.open2view.com ID#253433 www.leaders.co.nz/87184 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 1.45-2.15PM TRENTHAM 9 Messines Road www.leaders.co.nz/87177 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 528 3161 ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 OFTEN SOUGHT- SELDOM FOUND * 3 Bedrooms * 140 sqm single level Home * Semi ensuite bathroom * Internal access Double garage * RV $400,000 An easy care, low maintenance and well designed modern home offering that special X Factor seldom found. Bathed in all day sun, the kitchen, dining and lounge share an open plan layout flowing to a private patio with charming rear gardens. Complimented with immaculate presentation throughout and within walking distance to St Brendans School, Trentham railway station and neighbouring Trentham military camp. Your urgent consideration is recommended as this is a superior home within a recently develop ed superb location. 3 2 View www.open2view.com ID#252363 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 2.30-3.00PM STOKES VALLEY 81 Raukawa Street DEADLINE MARKETING TONY PITIROI M 021 562 564 O 04 212 6582 PEACEFUL PRIVATE RETREAT Art Deco Double brick constructed home (250m2 plus 81m2 garage) tastefully and meticulously remodele d with multiple living areas and extra thick soundproof walls. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and three living areas make for great family living with the bliss of a beautifully landscaped private retreat in beautiful bush surroundings, beautiful sun drenched conser vatory with French doors to deck and great indoor outdoor flow to private fully fenced section. Deadline marketing - The vendor will consider all offers in writing 1:00pm Tuesday 11 October 2011 at Remax Upper Hutt office (Will not be sold prior) 3 2 2 View www.open2view.com ID#253135 www.leaders.co.nz/87182 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 2.45-3.15PM Motorcyclists' rules change Learner motorcycle licence holders may drive at similar speeds as vehicles travelling around them on open roads now updated traffic rules have come into force on October 1. The update is part of the first set of the changes contained in the Land Transport (Driver Licens- ing) Amendment Rule 2011. Harry Wilson, acting group manager of the NZTA's access and use group, said the changes aim to provide safer journeys for all road users. Removing the current 70kmh speed limit restriction for learner motorcycle licence holders is in line with best speed management practice where vehicles in high speed zones are safer when they travel at similar speeds,'' said Mr Wilson. It will allow learner motorcycle riders to accumulate the experi- ence of riding on the open road at the same speed as other vehicles around them as well as giving them the practice they need for their restricted licence test which includes riding at over 70kmh.'' Another change aimed at improving safety for road users affects both learner and restricted motorcycle licence holders. From October 1, they are prevented from towing a trailer with their motorcycle. Further parts of the updated road rules affecting motorcycle riders need more lead-in time to implement and will come into force in October next year. They include replacing the 250cc engine capacity restriction for novice riders with a power-to- weight ratio-based restriction (to be known as the learner approved motorcycle scheme), and introducing a competency-based training and assessment option for novice motorcyclists, as an alternative to the standard testing regime. NZTA submissions invited The NZ Transport Agency is call- ing for submissions on proposed changes to Land Transport Rule: Passenger Service Vehicles 1999. Harry Wilson, acting group manager of the NZTA's access and use group, said the existing rule, which has been in place for more than a decade, is due to be updated. Although it has had several minor amendments over the last decade, the rule needs modernis- ing to reflect changes in tech- nology and current practices,'' said Mr Wilson. The proposed changes aim to improve safety for users of passenger transport services, and clarify the existing rule to reduce ambiguity and assist compliance.'' Proposals include clarifying requirements for power-operated doors, improving safety for passengers around rear doors, and changes relating to emergency exit provisions. It is also proposed to require certain passenger service vehicles to be equipped with wheelchair restraints and to improve the storage security of fire exting- uishers to ensure fire prepared- ness in an emergency. The draft amendment rule and an accompanying overview, are available from the consultation section of the NZTA's website, or by phoning the NZTA's contact centre on 0800 699 000. Submissions close on Friday, November 4. Submissions will then be analysed and taken into account in redrafting the rule for govern- ment consideration. Can you help: Police would like to speak to these three women about alcohol that was stolen from The Mill, Fergusson Dr, at 6.40pm on September 13. If you can help identify any of these people contact Senior Constable Flora Nielsen at Upper Hutt police station, 527 2300. Flat-soled shoes a must Upper Hutt Bowling Club in King St is inviting locals of all ages to have a go'' at the sport this Sunday from 1pm till 4pm. Wear flat-soled shoes. The club will provide bowls and shout visitors to a free Nescafe Cafe frothy coffee.
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