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Upper Hutt Leader : November 9th 2011
12 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 9, 2011 NEWS 0800 WELTEC www.weltec.ac.nz ENROL NOW FOR 2012 Just starting out, or looking to take that next step in your career? Check out our great range of study options for 2012! 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YOUR ONE STOP AUTOMOTIVE SHOP 40 Ward Street, Upper Hutt (only 3 minutes walk to Wallaceville Station) Open 8am till late! 528 2580 email: email@example.com Call us today We SERVICE and WOF all HOLDENS and SUZUKIS and all other makes and models 2606836DI Ph: 568 3550 www.wastemanagement.co.nz SOME PEOPLE SET THIER CLOCKS BY OUR WHEELIBIN COLLECTION REGULAR AS CLOCKWORK... Solid, dependable, reliable servicing for over 20 years. Pay for 12 months get one FREE *Conditions apply $206 per year 3623965AE 140 Ltr Bin (Weekly Pickups) 3410711AA FROM Page 11 More costs for ratepayers I read with interest that Gillies Group intend to appeal the council decision to decline approval for their Maidstone Quarter development through the Environment Court. My first thought was how much will this appeal cost ratepayers? Secondly, what is the point of having a plan for Upper Hutt city if, a matter of weeks later, it stands to be pushed aside? Also, with the prospective sale of the Eurocell sawmill site in Park St and presumably the loss of jobs in these premises, what will this area be used for by the new owner? Will they try to get it rezoned for retail, in which case it would be another nail in Main St and The Mall s coffin? Or will it be rezoned for housing, in which case it would become almost a small suburb if the Maidstone Quarter does get approval? This would further disconnect this area from the rest of Upper Hutt. Either way it seems that the council has a stern test coming up of its new-found resolve to adhere to its policies. CHRIS HURST, Upper Hutt Thanks The Lions Club of Silverstream wish to thank all involved for making our 6th Cycle Centre Tour de Whitemans such a success. The tolerance and consideration shown by residents and road-users on the circuit is greatly appreciated. Of the 300 entrants this year, many riders were visitors to our city. Local riders took the opportunity to ride roads they know, with the benefits of official timing and a marshalled circuit. As in all previous tours a buffet lunch, supported by Pak n Save Upper Hutt, was appreciated and well-deserved by the riders and a team of 75 volunteers who marshalled, managed and catered the event. Local retailers kindly topped off the day with an extensive range of spot-prizes, including a brand-new road bike from The Cycle Centre. We expect to have raised $10,000 for the Silverstream Lions Club Charitable Trust. MIKE FISHER, Lions Club of Silverstream Zumba class helps Animal Rescue funds Local Zumba instructor Susan Stevenson is sup- porting Upper Hutt Animal Rescue by donating all profits from the first of a series of Friday classes starting this week at 6pm at the Rimutaka Baptist Church, 6 Akatarawa Rd. Entry to the first class is by donation to Animal Rescue. Calendars will also be on sale for $10 and T-shirt orders, $25, will also be taken. Nick king of final game On Monday evening the final game in the B grade championships was played at the Upper Hutt Chess Club, with Nick O Kane getting a win and a share of first place. The other club members played the first two rounds of a four-round 30-30 tournament, where in each game a player has to complete all his moves inside the 30-minute time limit. Anton Reid leads the way as the only player to have two wins from his two games. Rounds three and four will be played next week. Can you dig deep for Plunket? Upper Hutt Plunket is holding a street appeal in the central busi- ness area on Thursday, November 17, to raise funds for the local branch. All money raised will stay in Upper Hutt to support local services. Collectors are also sought for short periods between 9am and 7pm in Main St and at local supermarkets. Contact Felicity on 527 7350 or email upperhutt.plunket@xtra. co.nz.
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