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Upper Hutt Leader : November 9th 2011
4 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 9, 2011 NEWS Marigold French Vanilla Lovely large creamy white flowers on compact plants. 4.29 329 PACK OF 9 Lobelias Named colours and Mixed. Upright and trailing varieties. Great for beds, borders or baskets. The First Name in Good Gardens Specials valid till 16/11/11 or while stocks last www.oderings.co.nz www.oderings.co.nz Not being members we cannot sell or redeem NGIA Gift Vouchers. Other Vouchers - Yes. Your Guarantee of quality is assured when you purchase plants grown and selected by Oderings. Darryn Odering Open 7 Days 8am - 5.30pm 1066 Fergusson Dr, Upper Hutt Ph: 939 1020 1.5m 1999 24.99 Willow Obelisks Great garden features for tomatoes, beans etc. 4.29 329 PACK OF 9 Petunia Colour Parade Mixed. Beautiful, vibrant mixture of bright flowers all spring and summer. Pelargoniums & Geraniums Large grade in bud and flower now. Great in pots. 5.29 429 PACK OF 6 4.29 329 PACK OF 9 Hostas 5 Best Varieties Excellent shade loving plant with amazing leaves. 11.99 899 EACH 9.99 699 EACH Federation Daisies 5 choice varieties on offer. Masses of flowers over spring and Summer. Excellent in pots. 13.99 999 EACH 2.69 199 EACH Fuchsias Bush & Basket Types Many new varieties. In bud & flower now. Great in a shady position. 1099 EACH 13.99 All our standard range of bedding plants in PACKS OF 9 - NOT 6 like most of our opposition - 50% more plants Cosmos 3 popular varieties Compact growing Sonata Mixed and White and taller Seashells Mixed. Dainty, summery and longflowering. Cucubits Cucumbers, Squash, Courgettes, Pumpkins etc. Time to plant now. 1.8m 2399 29.99 4145477AA Wednesday 9 November Margaret Street, Lower Hutt CBD - 8am to 4pm Saturday 12 November Riverside Market, Lower Hutt - 8am to 4pm Hospice Shop, 374 Jackson Street, Petone - 10am to 1pm Hospice Shop, 226 Main Street, Upper Hutt - 10am to 1pm Abode Caf , 28 Cornwall Street, Lower Hutt - 10am to 2pm Buy a bowl of scrumptious spring strawberries with ice cream and support your local Hospice! Only $5 per serve Sponsored by 2011 Strawberry Angel $10 each Sexual assault charges A 71-year-old man with Parkinson's disease appeared in court last week on two charges of sexually assaulting a woman. The defendant, who has name sup- pression, has not yet entered a plea for two charges of assaulting a female over the age of 16 and another charge of common assault. Defence counsel Michael Bott said the man was on medication with a side effect which could have affected his actions. Mr Bott described the possible side effects as hyper sexuality or hyper arousal''. The defendant was remanded on bail until November 30. UPPER HUTT COURT Jail 'inevitable' for violence Two women were punched to the ground and stomped on the head by an Upper Hutt man, the court was told last week. Liam David Carpenter, 28, admitted two charges of assault with intent to injure. On the evening of October 27 he was drinking with friends, Prosecuting Sergeant Neill Ford said. At about 6.20pm the defendant had a verbal altercation with the victim in the street. The defendant punched [her] in the head, causing her to fall to the ground. She got back up and he punched her again in the head. She fell to the ground a second time.'' Carpenter attacked the woman while she was lying down, Mr Ford said. The defendant began stomping on her head with his boots.'' Mr Ford said the woman's friend ran to help the victim and was also attacked. The defendant punched her in the head, causing her to fall to the ground. He began stomping on her head, causing her to lose con- sciousness.'' Carpenter walked towards a vehicle containing one of his fam- ily members and began punching the windows, Mr Ford said. He opened the passenger door and threw his dog onto an eight- month-old baby in a car seat in the front. The baby's father got out of the vehicle and the defendant pushed him to the ground. He managed to break free and return to his vehicle. As he drove away in the vehicle the defendant jumped in front of it causing [the driver] to swerve to avoid him.'' Mr Ford said Carpenter declined to provide an explanation for his actions. His first victim suffered a split lip and went to the hospital for stitches. The other victim could not be contacted. Defence counsel Phyllis Strachan said Carpenter was sorry. He was very, very drunk at the time and he is very remorseful for what happened that particular night.'' Judge Chris Tuohy said a sen- tence of imprisonment was inevi- table''. Carpenter was remanded on bail until January 13 for several reports including a drug and alcohol analysis.
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