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Upper Hutt Leader : October 26th 2011
6 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 NEWS Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971. www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 24th October - Sun 30th October. All Stores Open 7 Days The Mad Butcher -- YOUR ONE STOP BBQ SHOP! Serving suggestion only Tenderised BBQ Steak $9 .99 kilo only Save $3kg off our everyday low price! Serving suggestion only $10 .99 Fresh NZ Lamb Shoulder Chops ( plain, marinated, crumbed ) kilo only Save $5.50kg off our everyday low price! $8 .99 kilo only Mad Butcher Pork Flavoured Sausages Save $1.50kg off our everyday low price! Fresh Tegel Skinless Chicken Thigh Cutlets ( bone in ) $4 .99 kilo only Great buying at this low price! ( plain or marinated ) 700 gram Twin Pack Rindless Middle Bacon Rashers Only $9.95 pack UPPER HUTT -- 2 minutes north of the City Centre on Fergusson Drive PH 526 4581 4055124AC Radius Pharmacy - 53 Main Street, Upper Hutt T: 04 528 4808 F: 04 528 1440 E: email@example.com Mon to Fri: 8am - 8pm Sat, Sun & Public holidays: 9am - 6pm Good Health Svetol® 2800 Containing decaffeinated green coffee bean extract, Svetol® 2800 has been clinically researched to support weight management. follow us on Facebook Use with a balanced diet and exercise. Not suitable for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women. Diabetics consult your healthcare professional before use. Good Health Products, Auckland $29.99 56s Airlift needed Police chase: The Westpac Rescue helicopter airlifts a police tracking dog from the scene of a two hour man-hunt. Photo: TONY FLUERTY Police were forced to call a West- pac Rescue helicopter to help catch a 20-year-old man who led a chase into isolated bush, the court was told last week. Swithun Nicholson admitted escaping police custody, two charges of driving while disquali- fied and three charges of breaching release conditions. Prosecuting Sergeant Ian McDonald said police chased him along Moeraki Rd on October 16. He was observed by a passing patrol vehicle, who activated their red and blue flashing lights and attempted to stop the defendant. The defendant turned into Norana Rd, before turning into the driveway of [a nearby address].'' Nicholson continued the chase on foot, Mr McDonald said. He jumped out of the vehicle and ran from the address as police pulled into the driveway behind him. The defendant's associate was spoken to and his identity was established. Police found he had several warrants.'' Mr McDonald said they searched the area and could not find Nicholson until they received a tip-off. Acting on information from the public, the defendant was located walking along the railway lines near Mangaroa Hill Rd. He continued running along the railway lines a short distance before running into thick bush and gorse.'' Nicholson was told he was under arrest but continued to go deeper into the bush, Mr McDon- ald said. A police dog was called and tracked the defendant for approximately two hours through the terrain until he was located. Due to the terrain, the defendant and police dog handler needed to be removed by a Westpac Rescue helicopter.'' Nicholson also appeared in court for driving while disquali- fied on October 8. Defence counsel Mike Sceats said Nicholson had anxiety issues and a complicated upbringing. He advises that he had been released from prison without his medication. There is still underlying drug and alcohol issues which he hasn't engaged with and needs to.'' Nicholson offered no expla- nation for his actions other than he wanted to drive, Mr Sceats said. He's certainly following the road where he's going to be dis- qualified inevitably until the fore- seeable future.'' Judge Michael Turner sentenced Nicholson to eight months in prison and disqualified him from driving for one year and one day.
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