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Upper Hutt Leader : October 12th 2011
24 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 12, 2011 NEWS WE ARE RELOCATING Contact details: 72-74 Main Street, Upper Hutt T: +64 6 528 3739, F: +6443737 Email: email@example.com BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING • SERVICES TAXATION SERVICES • • CASHFLOW FORECASTING / BUDGETING TRUST & ESTATE PLANNING • BUSINESS VALUATIONS • From Tuesday 25 October our Upper Hutt office will be located at 72 -- 74 Main Street Upper Hutt Please note that our office will be closed for clients on Friday 21 October - the day of the move. However if you do need to contact us that day please call 04 477 1801 We apologise for any inconvenience 4103599AA 4103429AA STEVE SELLS UPPER HUTT For a FREE PROPERTY MARKET APPRAISAL call 04 212 6738 anytime Steve's SHOPPING PICK OF THE WEEK • New Zealand Wide • Award Winners • Vehicle Wraps • Graphic Designers • General Signage RING THE BEST NOW 3 Jupiter Grove Upper Hutt • Phone 9396860 3222878BB Telephone (04) 527 7977 Mobile 027 211 4007 Fax (04) 527 7978 Email firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 40-728, Upper Hutt 5140 3 Jupiter Grove, Trentham, Upper Hutt 5018 Always make sure you use a Licensed Plumber, Gasftter and Drainlayer On call 24/7 including weekends - no call out fees CALL US FOR A COMPETITIVE PRICE TODAY 3530457AP FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS Servicing -- Repairs -- Tyres Parts -- Accessories W.O.F's ON SITE While you wait. Bookings essential HOURS: Weekdays 8:30am -- 5:30pm Saturday 9:00am -- 1:00pm P:045289395•M:0275972519 E: email@example.com 30 GOODSHED ROAD, UPPER HUTT (next to Lifestyle Gym) OUTSTANDING VALUE, LUXURY THROUGHOUT 10 WH 3.3x3 .0 6.0 0x5.7 4.7x4.7 4.7x4.5 4.0x4.5 6.0x x6.2 TO T UGHENED D OBSC LOCK 810 KE E LOCK DOUBLE E GARA AG GE W/R MASTER BEDRO OM M BED. 3 LOUNGE Y N N FLOOR AREA: 300 sqM ROVER SALESPERSON ON SITE ON WEEKENDS FROM 1-3PM UNTIL THE SHOW HOME IS COMPLETE NEW GOLDEN HOMES ROVER PLAN SHOWHOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION Corner of SH2 and Norana Road 0800 506 507 11 14 4 423 23 23 Burglary warning Police are warning Stokes Valley residents to remain vigilant when it comes to home security. Naenae Police sergeant Alan Cappleman says nine people have been arrested for burglary in the past month. Three people have appeared in the Lower Hutt District Court charged with burglary, three youths aged between 14 and 16 years have appeared in the Lower Hutt Youth Court and a further three youths have been referred to Police Youth Services.'' Sergeant Cappleman says some of the arrests were as a result of information from the public. We urge all residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity straight away by phoning police on 111. It's important that residents secure their premises and ensure all windows and doors are locked to avoid becoming a vic- tim of burglary.'' If you have any information about recent burglaries in Stokes Valley call police on 560 2600 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Kids' art exhibited By JIMMY NESS Keen artist: Angus Auty, 10, showing a picture he drew of his favourite scene from the book Kingdom Under The Sea. Photo: JIMMY NESS About 100 pieces of art from Maoribank, Plateau and Mangaroa schools are on display at Archibald's Art Supplies. The exhibition includes photography, pastel drawings of the Christ- church earthquake, and crayon sunflowers. Elissa Smith, who teaches part-time at Maoribank School, says they recently had the pictures at the Wellington Art- space Gallery, but many chil- dren did not have time to see their work. I thought, what a waste'. So I thought it would be nice to have them in an exhibition where they could have it dis- played. They were absolutely thrilled.'' It's a good chance for the kids to show off their skills. It might encourage a few budding artists.'' Maoribank's Angus Auty, 10, is a keen drawer and has art in the exhibition. He drew a sil- houette of a dragon and mer- maid from the book Kingdom Under The Sea on marbled paper. I know he likes art and he put a lot of effort into the pic- ture. It has a lot of aspects of the story and I thought he did a great job,'' Mrs Smith says. The exhibition finishes next Wednesday, October 19.
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