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Upper Hutt Leader : October 12th 2011
6 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 12, 2011 NEWS BP Seaview Terminal is ready to open, providing a much needed increase to fuel storage in the region. We invite you and your family to get behind the scenes and see where our fuel comes from. There will be guided tours, giveaways and one lucky visitor will win $500 free fuel. Open Day - Sunday 16th October. From 10.30am till midday at 119 Port Rd, Seaview, Wellington. Please note -- all visitors need to wear flat closed toe shoes. Open Day Fun. Experience the new BP Seaview Terminal and be in to win $500 worth of fuel. BP0 BP0 BP0 BP B0 BP0 BP0 P P 579 59 59 9 59 579 579 57 7 7Up p p Up Up U U _U _ per per per per pe e hut hut hut hut ht hut u u tttt tt 3578591AP Truth For Our Times Part One Hundred & Thirty Five Jesus, at His resurrection was raised in Spiritual glory. If we go to 1 Cor. 15:45,46 we see that Jesus as the last Adam was made a quickening spirit. Nothing physical about this. Also verse 46, "Howbeit that was not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural: and afterward that which is spiritual. 1 Cor. 15:40-54 clearly distinguishes between terrestrial and celestrial bodies. Vs.40. Glory f the celestial is one. Glory of the terrestrial is another. Vs.42. Sown in corruption, Raised in corruption. Vs.43. Sown in dishonour; Raised in glory. Sown in weakness; Raised inpower. Vs.44 Sown a natural body. Raised a Spiritual body. There is a natural body and there is a spiritual body. Vs.49. And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly, (which would be as spiritual beings, as we have seen that the father is a spirit). Vs.50. Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of god, neither doth corruption inherit incorruption. Vs.54. So when this corruptable shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immor tality. In this tract that was sent to me it says that as Jesus said in John 2:19-21, "Destroy this temple and I will raise it up in three days", that this would be his physical body. But Jesus knew he would have sacrificed that body he was in for the life of the world, John 6-51, and that he would be raised at least to his former spiritual glory , as in his prayer to his Father, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was", John 17:5. And we know that god glorified him with more more than he had before emptying himself of his spirit nature to become flesh to give his life a ransom for all to be testified in due time. 1 Tim:2:6. He raised him to glory and honour and immortality. He gave him to have life in himself, John 5:26. He is seated at god's right hand on high, Being made so much better than the angels, as he hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they", Hebrews 1:3,4. This tract says if Jesus merely materialized a fleshly body to be seen, it would mean that Jesus intentionally deceived Thomas into thinking he saw the actual body he had been crucified in. First of all if Jesus had not appeared to the diciples in human form, they would not have known he had been resurrected. How else could he have manifested himself to the diciples, and especially to Thomas who would not believe unless he had actually seen his manifestation had to be made. Part One Hundred & Thirty Five. October 12th. To Be Continued, A. Carter SUMMER SPECIAL Book with this coupon for... 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When I started in the police 20-odd years ago we had a huge amount of cheque book frauds.'' Overall crime in the Wellington District has fallen by 3.6 per cent and there have been 1649 less recorded offences. Upper Hutt has also taken a small 0.6 per cent drop with 14 less recorded crimes. Inspector Hill says there are a number of reasons why local crime has dropped. There's been an increase in Maori warden patrols, we've got the CCTV cameras in town. We're into year-four of a liquor ban in the main part of town. We really have been focusing on the links between alcohol and drugs in crime. More of the community are actually thinking security and reducing the opportunity for crime to occur as well.'' Robbery and extortion offences in Upper Hutt have also decreased, with a 70 per cent drop and 14 less offences. Just thinking about it is what we are trying to get people to do. How vulnerable they are, what they can do to make a difference -- not leaving valuables in there cars and that type of thing.'' Only a few criminal offences have risen, these include sexual assault at 9.7 per cent and acts intended to injure at 11.7 per cent. Property damage and environ- mental pollution continues to be a problem with 40 more recorded cases and a 6.6 per cent growth. Inspector Hill says he is aware of growing public concern over vandalism and graffiti in Upper Hutt. We have done a huge amount about it and we have been encour- aging people to report it. Let's see what happens,'' he said. An increase or decrease in crime can never be solely contri- buted to the police or the council.'' Charges after T-bone crash A 48-year-old driver caused an accident which lead to another car smashing her vehicle through a fence and down a steep slope. In Upper Hutt District Court last week, Helen Aroha Waamu admitted to charges of careless driving causing injury, breaching supervision and breaching bail . She was driving to a Te Kuiti marae at 11.25am on November 2, 2010. Prosecuting Sergeant Ian McDonald said Waamu had four passengers in the car and was in a 100kmh area of road. The defendant approached the end of a double passing lane when the victim in this matter, who was driving a Hyundai work vehicle, slowly began to catch up to her. The defendant began slowing down as she approached the Mangatea Rd intersection which was on her right hand side. In doing so she turned into a small lay bay to her left so a vehicle following her could pass. Waamu pulled out of the bay and drove in the way of the oncoming victim,'' Mr McDonald said. The victim immediately applied the brakes as the defen- dant continued moving across the lane. The victim, while braking heavily, turned her steering wheel to her right in an attempt to avoid the defendant. As a result, the left front of the victim's vehicle struck the defendant's centre pillar pu- shing both vehicles across the north bound lane into Mangatea Rd intersection.'' Mr McDonald said Waamu's car received extensive side damage''. The defendant's vehicle con- tinued through a farmer's fence and stopped at the bottom of a steep five-metre embankment. Emergency personnel were called and the defendant was extricated from her vehicle and air-lifted to hospital. Her passengers were also taken directly to the hospital for observations but were released later.'' The other vehicle hit a strainer post and the airbag burst in the process, Mr McDonald said. As a result the victim suffered burns to her arms, cuts and a fractured wrist.'' Judge Pat Grace remanded Waamu until December 21 for an emotional harm report to be processed. Police suspect arson in fire By JIMMY NESS Police suspect a fire at Silver- stream Medical Centre on October 2 was an arson. The fire started in a portaloo near construction work before 3.15am and spread to the side of the building before being put out. Police originally thought the fire started in a fuse board, but they now think it could have been an arson attempt. We believe it probably is, we don't know for sure yet but we are getting forensic stuff to see if there was any accelerant used. It's pretty hard to start those por- taloos without some sort of accelerant,'' said Detective Sergeant Chris Gooch. Detective Gooch says the fire could have been a lot more serious. It's caught part of the wooden fence on fire. It could have set the whole building up so it's quite lucky the fire service got there so quickly. The side of the building -- both old and new sections have been damaged -- and an internal water pipe has burst from the heat causing internal flooding damage. The portaloo has been completely destroyed.'' If you have information or were in the area at the time, please contact Upper Hutt Police on 5272300.
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