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Upper Hutt Leader : November 21st 2012
49 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 21, 2012 ACCLAIMED International Clairvoyant Medium known as The Lady with Xray eyes. Insight into your past, present & future.... Ph 569 1995 FREE Blow waving Hairsetting Hair-up's Minimum Prices charged for cuts, colours, streaks, foils and perms. All work is fully supervised. Call us today! 336 High Street Lower Hutt Ph: 586 9960 2644519AA/wh ALWAYS a listening ear. Phone Samaritans 5861048 Te Awakairangi Health ~ AGM istobeheldon Wednesday 19th December at 6pm. At Levin House, 4th floor - 330 High St, Lower Hutt. To approve the Te Awakairangi Health Annual Report for 2011/12. Please contact 570 3031 for more details. UP TO $100,000 Worth of Promotional Support each year come from our involvement in local activities: *Christmas Parade *Upper Hutt Business Awards *Red Cross Christmas Toy Appeal *Sporting Events and Awards *Youth Events and Awards *Literary Events *Business Promotions and Festivals *Partnering Experience Upper Hutt and Local Business for the Christmas Passports and many others. You are warmly invited to come to a CHRISTIAN SCIENCE service at 10am every Sunday at 109 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt. Join us at a Testimony Meeting on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm This month we have a Thanksgiving Service on Thursday, 22 Nov 2012. All are welcome www.christiansciencenz.org MISSED YOUR This Week? Had a Late Delivery? Phone 0800 938 555 3883489 NEED MONEY NOW...for any reason? Prefer not to deal with the bank? Call your friendly local Asset Finance office for help with loans from $400 to $40,000+ with affordable payments. For details or to apply online www.AssetFinance.co.nz 0800 11 22 74 SAME DAY PROCESSING & APPROVAL; SAME DAY PAYOUT The maximum loan is based on the security provided. Financial Financial Need Wheels? Need Finance? Even if your credit is a bit dented, we can usually get you a loan and a car within a day! Apply online or call us. Let's do it now! www.aquacars.co.nz 0800 BUY A CAR DERMATOLOGIST UPPER HUTT Dr John Adams FRACP, FACD, IDD Moles, Skin Cancer, Acne, Rashes Hills Health Specialists 723 Fergusson Drive Upper Hutt Bookings 528 4405 www.dermatologyplus.co.nz 2574863 Health Services C5A126 Te Ope Whakaora Salvation Army Bridge Service Counselling Services Available for Alcohol, Drugs & Gambling Problems Contact us on: Upper Hutt: 527 3373 Wellington: 389 6566 Lost and Found LOST white cat Victoria St area. Ph 9705798 Reward SCARF, green & purple, between mall & Hospice shop, 19/11/12. Ph 529 8289 H2O Xtream will be closed to the public on Wednesday 28 November 2012 from 6.30pm for a private function. Upper Hutt Swim Club will continue as per usual schedule www.h2oxtream.com 5019206AA H2O Xtream will be closed to the public on Saturday 24 November 2012 from 11am-1pm for a private function. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. www.h2oxtream.com Temporary Road Closure Karapoti Road Saturday 2 March 2013 Upper Hutt City Council has received a request for a temporary road closure of Karapoti Road on Saturday 2 March from 9.30am-- 4pm 2013, for the purpose of the 28th Annual Karapoti Classic. Any submissions should be received at the office of the Chief Executive, Upper Hutt City Council Private Bag 907, Upper Hutt 5140, by 5pm Friday 30 November 2012. Submitters' names and their submissions are usually published. Community consultation opportunity -- Network utilities review As part of the Upper Hutt City Council's District Plan rolling review programme, the Council has embarked on a review of the network utility provisions in the Upper Hutt City District Plan. The Council is undertaking this as a joint project with Hutt City Council. Network utilities are considered to be essential infrastructure and include telecommunications facilities, electricity transmission lines, pipes for gas, petrol and water, and roading. One of the drivers of the review is the requirement for both Councils to give effect to the National Policy Statements on Electricity Transmission (relating to the national grid) and Renewable Electricity Generation. The review of the provisions in the District Plan relating to utilities is in its initial scoping phase. As a starting point, an Open Community Forum has been organised for all interested members of the public and relevant stakeholders to attend. This is a chance to voice your issues, concerns, suggestions and questions regarding how utilities are currently managed in the District Plan. Network Utilities Review -- Open Community Forum When: Monday 26th November 2012, 7:00 -- 9:00pm (refreshments available from 6:45pm) Where: 3 Reynolds Bach Drive, Lower Hutt -- Silverstream Retreat in the 'Forest Glade' room. If you would like to RSVP to the Forum or make an enquiry about this review, please contact J a m e sM c K i b b i no n( 0 4 )5 2 72 8 5 9o re m a i l email@example.com LINKLINE Social Club Inc. for mature singles. Join us for walks, dinners, theatre, cultural visits, movies, dancing etc Ph 577 1876 www.linkline.org.nz LOW Cost Counselling @ UH Womens Centre. For info Ph 5270017 MALE 50 seeks female for descreet fun, write: Advertiser, PO Box 47134, Trentham, Postcode 5143 Therapeutic Massage PH 027 5164448 Katerina. Relax lomi reiki L/Hutt 7 days. Tours and Travel SHUTTLE price - $60 from U/Hutt to airport for up to 3 people or Super Special for Gold Card Holders only 15p/p. Ph 388 8888 or 027 205 1834 - bookings essential. Church Notices Anchor Baptist Church Meeting at the Hardwick Smith Lounge, Norfolk St, Belmont Domain Sunday Services: 10.00am - Sunday School & Adult Bible Study 10.30am - Morning Worship Evening Service 4.30pm Pastor Norm Shannon - phone 565 3262 or 027 371 9755 "Building the family of God with a heart for our community!" Come By For A Visit And A Cuppa 2138344/wh 4501916AA Upper Hutt Spiritualist Church King Lion Hall, King Street Sunday Service, 7pm "ALL WELCOME" Spiritual Development Mediumship, Healing For further information: Phone 526 8076 Tuition EMERSON WILLARD. Book for 2013 ph 569 9786 KIP MCGRATH Years 2 to 13 plus NZCEA 0800 Tutoring SINGING, drums, guitar, bass & piano lessons from USA billboard charting tu- tor. Ph Anita 5264124 * Ask about current deal. 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