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Upper Hutt Leader : May 9th 2012
2 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 9, 2012 NEWS 4307419AC Delivered to 21,740 Homes and Businesses throughout Upper Hutt, Stokes Valley, Manor Park and Haywards Cnr Pine Ave and Queen Street, Upper Hutt Ph 528 9654 Now available online at: www.upperhuttleader.co.nz Our Top Ten Stories on: stuff.co.nz go to Newspapers/Upper Hutt Leader Order Photos online at: pix.ccn.co.nz The Upper Hutt Leader is published by Central Community Newspapers, a division of Fairfax New Zealand Ltd, and printed at 35 Bouverie St, Petone. The registered office of Fairfax New Zealand Ltd is 40 Boulcott St, Wellington MANAGER: Jenny Russell firstname.lastname@example.org DDI 527 2422 EDITOR: Rosemary McLennan email@example.com Ph: 528 9654 SPORTS EDITOR: ColIn Williams firstname.lastname@example.org DDI: 527 2427 FOR ADVERTISING: Sandra McIver Advertising Consultant email@example.com DDI 527 2423 Rick Clapham Advertising Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org DDI 527 2424 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: Classified: email@example.com Ph: 528 9654 Fax: 528 3021 Part One Hundred & Fifty One When Jesus is ruling. And in this mountain shall the Lord of hosts make unto all people a feast of fat things, a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of marrow, of wines on the lees well refined. And he will destroy in this mountain the face of the covering cast over all people, and the vail that is spread over all nations. He will swallow up death in victory, and the Lord God will wipe away tears from off all faces; and the rebuke of his people shall he take away from off all the ear th: and the Lord hath spoken it. And it shall be said in that day, Lo, this is our God we have waited for Him, and He will save us. This is the Lord; we have waited for Him; we will be glad and rejoice in His salvation: Isa. 25:6-9. The new Jerusalem. "And I John saw the Holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her Husband, Rev. 21:2. "..come hither, I will show thee the bride, the Lamb's wife. And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and showed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God, Rev.9,10. "And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan., and bound him a thousand years, "Rev. 22:2". . but they shall be priests of God and of Christ ( the overcoming saints from this Gospel Age), and shall reign with Him a thousand years", Rev. 20:6. "And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison for a short season. And shall go out to decieve the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth", Rev. 20:4,7,8. In the coming thousand years of Jesus rule, and when Satan is bound in thick chains of darkness, and when our beloved Father's earthly phase of His Kingdom will be here on earth, Jehovah will pour out of His Spirit upon all flesh, and all will be drawn to Jesus. At the moment up to the end of this Gospel Age, everyone of the human race grows old even from the day they are born, and all go into their sleep of death. But when the heavenly Father's Kingdom comes, and when our beloved Jesus comes to rule over all flesh, Satan will be bound for that thousand years, and Jesus will enlighten everyone of the truths of the Scriptures, and for all people, whatever religion or Nationality, to know salvation is only possible through God's Holy Son. And all who accept Jesus as their personal Saviour, they can attain to eternal life. Part One Hundred & Fifty One To Be Continued May 9th A. Carter. Truth For Our Times 4496374AD 4325837AC Upper Hutt 528 0515 Taita 970 0994 Stokes Valley 563 8260 Wainuiomata 939 5171 Newtown 389 7926 Lower Hutt 569 5792 Levin 06 368 5461 UPPER HUTT 557 Fergusson Drive, Ph 528 0515 STOKES VALLEY Scott Court, Ph 563 8260 Fast Dryers Sports Gear Duvets Mink Blankets Bedding Washers Domestic Laundry Easy Key Self Service Laundromatt 577 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt & Scott Court Stokes Valley $4.00 WASH $4.00 DRY Wash two Mink Blankets, Duvets or Woolrests for ONLY $10! DRY UP TO FOUR LOADS OF CLOTHES IN ONLY 20 MINUTES! SAVE TIME AND ELECTRICITY 16 x Dryers - from $4 for 20mins 12 x Washers - from $4 Corner Queen & King Streets, Upper Hutt Ph 04-528 9770 Fax 04-528 9737 Queen St Auto Centre Ltd Get a FREE Cooling & Tyre Check AUTUMN SPECIAL WOF LTSA Approved Before 31st May 2012 *Special Conditions apply. 3758693AY Committee chairman suggests mobile library FROM Page 1 It s going to come up again. If it gets traction who knows, put it thisway. . .youcansmellacoup d etat. However Mr Wheeler said he would expect resistance to any move on the branch, because of the emotional factor . If it is only being used as a drop-off point, if there is no inter- est there and it cost $45k a year then it sounds logical. This is a question that needs to be answered but some people get stuck in their ways, he said. Committee chairman Dean Rabbitt opened the debate, ques- tioning what the library cost and if the area could be just as well served by the existing mobile bus service. The cost of providing free, and increased, internet services at the central library -- making it avail- able for all Upper Hutt people -- was estimated at $35,000 a year and was juxtaposed against the Pinehaven branch s similar annual cost and the fact it does not offer broadband at all. Councillor Pat Christianson, who lives in Pinehaven (and who is not on the services committee) was disappointed to hear the future of the branch again being discussed. The statistics reflected more about the improved central library than anything else, she said. We would have expected that because the central library is putting lots of programmes on, especially in the school holidays. In that sense it is going beyond its original concept, she said. What they are forgetting is a lot of the older people are using it and the principal of the school always says how wonderful it is. Mrs Christianson said if the branch was not up to speed with computer services it should be improved. It is being used and it is acting as a community meeting place ... At $45,000 a year I think it is a bargain. The Pinehaven branch library is open 16 hours a week: Monday (12.30pm till 4.30pm); Tuesday (5pm till 7pm); Wednesday (12.30pm till 4.30pm); Friday (12.30pm till 4.30pm) and Saturday (10.30am till 12.30pm). Alleged molester may change plea A sentence of preventive detention is to be sought for a former Upper Hutt art curator and Wellington art gallery owner alleged to have committed depraved sexual acts. Aaron Paul Laurence, 38, had initially pleaded guilty to 59 charges of abuse, including the rape of young boys and the pro- duction and distribution of footage of their ordeals. He was to have been sentenced last week. However, he changed his mind and now wants to plead not guilty. Wellington District Court judge Susan Thomas remanded him for three weeks to allow him to make the application to change his pleas. She also said the Crown had indicated it intended to seek a sentence of preventive detention. Laurence is alleged to have abused eight boys aged between 8 and 13. Home-made videos were alleg- edly found on his computer. Laurence once owned an art galley on Wellington s Lambton Quay called the Aaron Laurence Gallery. He also worked at Expressions as a curator. FAIRFAX NZ Police target cycling safety Cyclists without safety helmets or riding in the dark without lights will be targeted by Upper Hutt police this month. Police will carry out a pre- winter cycle safety campaign starting on Monday. While the majority of local cyclists are safety-conscious, there continues to be a small minority who put themselves at risk by either not wearing a safety helmet or displaying lights after dark, say police. They will be stopping as many cyclists as possible in order to ensure compliance and safety. Enforcement action will be taken in appropriate cases. Police also advocate the wear- ing of reflective clothing to improve rider safety.
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