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Upper Hutt Leader : February 22nd 2012
18 UPPER HUTT LEADER, FEBRUARY 22, 2012 NEWS Call Cyril today 06 370 0390 or 027 294 5010 0800 TULLOCH (8855624) 300 High St, Solway, Masterton TYM Tractors Lifestylers From 23HP to 50HP With Front End Loader & 4WD Priced from $19,500 +gst New Brand Of Tractor Joins The Stable 4014095AE NEW PROFESSIONALS | STRONGER FUTURES Check out our Stronger Futures Careers Quiz -- www.weltec.ac.nz/careersq Animal Health & Husbandry Animal Care Veterinary Nursing Automotive Electrical & Electronics Light Vehicle Motorcycle Panelbeating Refinishing Business Accounting Human Resources Management Marketing Business Administration & Computing Secretarial Computing Applications Construction Architectural Draughting Brick & Blocklaying Carpentry Construction Management Decorating Painting Plumbing & Gasfitting Quantity Surveying Landscape Construction Creative Technologies Cultural Design Digital Media Interior Design Visual Arts Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics Machining & Fabrication Mechanical Engineering Welding Exercise Science & Recreation Community Nutrition Exercise Therapy Personal Training Recreation Studies ESOL Academic & General English Language Foundation Community Vocational Learning Support (CVLS) Computing Made Easy Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy & Make-up Artistry Hairdressing Beauty Therapy Make-up Artistry Health & Social Services Addiction Studies Counselling Community Support Work Funeral Services Health Psychology Supervision Trauma Management Youth Development Hospitality Barista Food Safety Hospitality Management Event Management Hotel Reception Professional Food & Beverage Service Information Technology Computer Servicing Computing for Business Information Security Computing for IT Internet Technology Networking Network Administration PC Maintenance Programming Software Engineering Web Design Project Management Teaching & Training Adult Literacy Tutor Training Tourism Airline Industry Customer Service Tourism Operations Visitor Attractions Wellington Trades Academy Automotive Technology Building Construction Creative Technologies -- Digital Media Mechanical Engineering Hairdressing & Beauty Services Hospitality Sport & Recreation Your future starts here. 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Kind Regards Chris Curry UPPER HUTT VETERINARY HOSPITAL & CATTERY 578 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Tel: 528 4788 We believe in providing professional service without costly price tags. Come in and see us today: youll notce the diﬀerence! 2150018CJ You are invited to our Puppy Party! TUESDAY EVENINGS at 7.30pm Classes Run For 3 Weeks. $50 for the 3 classes. First session starts soon Puppies 6 weeks to 8 months old welcome. Get professional training, socialise with other pups, view demonstrations and receive a FREE goodie bag. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. River a danger to rover MORE INFORMATION General information about toxic algae, including pictures and what to do if you are worried about possible contact with toxic algae can be found at: gw.govt.nz/toxic-algae A year-old cocker spaniel died at the weekend after contact with toxic algae mats in the Hutt River near Heretaunga Park. High levels of algae have been seen in the river as far as Birchville and people, particu- larly those with dogs, should avoid contact with these parts of the river, Greater Welling- ton Regional Council and Regional Public Health say. Monitoring by the regional council shows that the amount of cyanobacteria is now high in the Hutt River from Birchville downstream. Clumps of the algae, which is brown or black, are also present on the river's edge. Cyanobacteria are naturally present in many New Zealand waters, and grow in dark brown or black coloured mats on rocks in the river bed. Some produce toxins that can be fatal to livestock and to dogs. Dogs are particularly susceptible to exposure because they like to scavenge near water. Contact with algae toxins may also cause vomiting, diarrhoea and skin irritations in humans. It's now been three weeks since the Hutt River was flushed by high rainfall and this combined with warm weather has resulted in rapid cyanobacteria growth. This is typical of what has happened in the Hutt River during past dry summer periods,'' says Greater Wellington Regional Council senior environmental scientist Summer Greenfield. Helping hands for revamp Birchville School will get a makeover this Saturday courtesy of a group from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the community. Through the Mormon Helping Hands project they will be paint- ing, digging, building and washing from 9am. Two years ago their big local project was painting the Upper Hutt railway station. Club night The first night of reg- ular Upper Hutt Chess Club compe- tition for 2012 was held on Monday evening. In the first round of four wins went to Ben Thomas, Paul Frost, Anton Reid and Bob List. Gerald Carter and Pat Cunningham played the longest game of the evening to end up with a drawn match.
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