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Upper Hutt Leader : October 26th 2011
20 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 NEWS This summer we'll be running on half our usual water storage for Porirua, Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt and Wellington, while we upgrade our storage lakes. Get ready by saving water now, because if we all take measures to use a little less water, it should see us through. Now's the best time to set your garden up to save water over summer. 1 Fit your hose with a trigger, so the water only flows when you need it 2 Mulch your garden beds and you'll slow moisture loss byupto70% 3 Use a tap timer for hands-free watering, so your hose isn't left on too long by accident Find more tips at gw.govt.nz/water There's less water to go around this summer Use a bit less, make a big difference GRW 1058 4133520AA PHC030HB HAWKES BAY Norfolk House, 161 Marine Parade, Napier Ph: 06 835 7363 Government Loans and/or Student Allowances available for course fees and living expenses. www.hairdressing.org.nz email: firstname.lastname@example.org NZQA registered and accredited Teaching Level 1, 2, 3 and a selection of Level 4 Elementary = 38 weeks Advanced = 24 weeks (Courses staggered throughout the year) PREMIER Hairdressing Courses Criteria applies Next course starts: 21 Nov 2011 Enrol Now! CHESS The eighth round of the B grade championships was played on Monday evening at the Upper Hutt Chess Club. Roger Smith, Mike Stevens and Bill Orr had wins, while Dominic Thomas drew with Par Cun- ningham. Stevens and Richard Catterall lead the competition with five wins each. They will face each other next week, with the winner to become the 2011 B grade champion. Gun club event success Wellington's provincial clay target shooting champion- ships were held in Wallace- ville a fortnight ago. The Hutt Valley Gun Club hosted the two-day event on October 15 and 16. It was attended by about 56 shooters including Cantabrian Gavin Searle, who has won more than 30 New Zealand titles. The winner of the high over- all gun award was Dylan Woolhouse. Brendon Malcolm won the A grade high gun sec- tion, with the B grade high gun being awarded to Grant Wareham, and the C grade high gun to Brian Manton. The club celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003. Photos can be ordered online If you want to order copies of photos taken by the Upper Hutt Leader you can now do so online. Copies can be viewed and prints ordered at pix.c- cn.co.nz. Prices of reprints include delivery. NEWS 528 9654 PHONE US AT
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