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Upper Hutt Leader : November 30th 2011
9 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 30, 2011 NEWS HUTT GABLES: 1094 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt 5018 www.oceanialiving.co.nz www.facebook.com/OceaniaGroup Talk to Beverley Sutherland on (04) 526 9292 or 027 433 8166 Why not make arranging a visit the next thing you do? HUTT GABLES VILLAS Two 2-bedroom villas. Both have open plan living: kitchen, lounge and dining room. Large single car garage with laundry tub. AVAILABLE FOR $300,000* Located in park-like settings; Hutt Gables Retirement Village has a new community centre (with gym, library, pool table and petanque), social functions & trips in the village van, and a family-friendly environment. Re-cladding work is currently taking place on these villas. This should be completed by late-January 2012. The village operator, the Oceania Group, is a Retirement Villages Association member and, as a consequence, follows strict standards and guidelines as to how it operates. * Ongoing ser vice fees apply. OG1468 Retirement Village close to Central Upper Hutt, 2 villas available soon. Compost Great for growing those plants and vegies, or mix 50/50 with our topsoil to further enrich the growing potential of your garden Lawn Mix A combination of our dry topsoil, compost and a touch of sand. Perfect for lawns and or gardens $85/m3 Smooth Plain Pavers We will beat any paver price in Upper Hutt LARGE RANGE We will match or better any price on the same product in stock, We will not be beaten on advice or price. 4152506AC LARGE RANGE OF GARDEN ORNAMENTS s LARGE RANGE OF SPECIAL Bark Mulch $20/m3 Company Profle Gardening and Landscaping Upper Hutts One Stop Shop Bring your trailer, use our trailer or we can deliver for you! All prices quoted are GST Inclusive and per cubic metre. Conditions apply E&OE 71 Whakatiki Street Upper Hutt Ph 527 0415 A/H 027 294 2480 Hours Mon Fri 7.30am 5pm Saturday 8.00am 4pm Sundays 9.00am 3pm Locally owned & operated Good quality service & products Advice for all budgets & ideas Complimentary trailers available or delivery arranged Largest range of landscape supplies in Upper Hutt New season garden ornaments perfect for any occasion Builders Mix SPECIAL $56/m3 Santa Claus is coming to Stokes Valley More than 2000 people are expected to line Stokes Valley Rd for Santa s arrival about noon this Saturday. The annual Stokes Valley Christmas Parade, organised for decades by the Stokes Valley Rotary Club, will leave the inter- section of Kamahi St and Stokes Valley Rd at noon. Joint organiser and com- munity director for Stokes Val- ley Rotary Graham Smeaton says the parade is well- appreciated by locals. About 25 floats from local schools, groups, sports clubs, the fire brigade and churches will make up the parade, with Santa at the rear. The parade ends at Scott Court. There will be prizes for the best floats. Stokes Valley s annual market day and entertainment at Scott Court starts earlier in the day at 9.30am and provides local groups the opportunity to fund- raise through stalls. It will fin- ish about 2pm. Dairy owners' graffiti despair ' We very kindly request the council to do something about this tagging that will permanently solve this problem otherwise it will become something people will start recognising Upper Hutt by, and that too very soon. ' Ankur's Vintel Food Market owner Ankur Vyas A camera installed to film taggers at Ankur s Vintel Food Market in Ward Street has been stolen and taggers have struck again. Owner Ankur Vyas says that after a big community clean-up of tagging outside the dairy a camera worth more than $300 was installed last month on the roof. But on November 16 someone climbed onto the roof and stole the camera and last weekend the building took a big hit from taggers, who even attacked side walls. While the owners used anti- graffiti paint, tagging still has to be washed off. Mrs Vyas says she and her husband are furious and feel helpless. As the owners of this dairy we have done whatever we could to prevent and stop this tagging and we feel that it is no longer totally our duty. She say police and the city council need to do more against tagging and taggers. We very kindly request the council to do something about this tagging that will perma- nently solve this problem other- wise it will become something people will start recognising Upper Hutt by, and that too very soon. She says properties in Miro St were also hit by taggers last weekend.
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