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    First new camera goes live
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 2

    The fi rst of 56 new fi xed speed cameras featuring the latest generation technology went live on Wellington's Ngauranga Gorge - with the second destined for Wainuiomata Rd. Assistant Commissioner Road Policing Dave Cliff says the new "second generation" camera has undergone an ex... 

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    Plans for smoke-free valley
    By Caitlin Salter
    Wednesday, July 16th 2014 - Pg 2

    Wainuiomata's 'That's How We Roll' campaign has been a success, but more action is still needed to protect children from second-hand smoke, according to a new study. The latest study by the University of Otago Wellington shows half as many people smoke in their cars as they did th... 

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    Spicing it up in Newlands
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, June 25th 2014 - Pg 3

    Wellington Spices is a busy little shop full of a bit of everything, say business owners Klass Verway and Sharon Gill, of Wainuiomata. Located in the Northern suburb of Newlands and with basically every spice under the sun, they manage to supply not just New Zealanders but people ... 

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    One dead after fire
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, June 18th 2014 - Pg 3

    An elderly man has died as a result of an explosive house fi re in Burden Grove. The incident happened last Thursday at about 2am in the Wainuiomata suburb of Homedale, and when police and emergency services arrived, the house was alreadyengulfed in fl ames. Staff from Wainuiomata... 

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    Texting and driving targeted
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, May 28th 2014 - Pg 2

    Road Safety Week, with schools and communities urging them to tune into road safety. The nationwide awareness week ran from May 19-26, and saw drivers reminded about how devastating the consequences can be if they text, email, or talk on the phone while driving. Another point that... 

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    Station broadcasts live to locals
    By Aaron Meredith Whitireia journalism student
    Wednesday, May 7th 2014 - Pg 2

    Wainuiomata's own radio station is promoting everything local, from music and events to even the DJs themselves. Lizzie Raukawa, a DJ from the station, says that they are very locally based and anyone who wants to advertise something in Wainuiomata can. "We have people come down a... 

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    Shooting facility planned for Wainui
    By Dan Whitfi eld
    Wednesday, April 23rd 2014 - Pg 2

    Shooting enthusiasts from around the region could see a purpose-built facility established at the old Wainuiomata Landfi ll, if a proposal is passed by Hutt City Council and the local community board. Earlier this year, council was approached by a number of shooting and rifl e org... 

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    Wainuiomata first to give award
    By Jessy Edwards
    Wednesday, April 9th 2014 - Pg 2

    Gifting a new pair of Crocs to a child who broke his shoe as he walked by is just one of the good deeds that earned Hannah Mitchell the inaugural Wainuiomata Good Neighbour Award. The 34-year-old mother of two was honoured to receive the award, the fi rst of its kind in Lower Hutt... 

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    Boats on the brain
    By Jessy Edwards Massey Journalism Student
    Wednesday, April 2nd 2014 - Pg 3

    Wainuiomata resident Fred Zinsli did not let ill health stop him from attending the fi rst offi cial model boat race of the year recently. Mr Zinsli has had two heart attacks and now has painful gallbladder problems, but nothing will deter him from the sport he loves. Mr Zinsli, w... 

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    Block party in Wainuiomata - NZ rapper and DJ surprise local woman
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, March 26th 2014 - Pg 2

    Francis McGreggor had an epic end to her week when DJ Sir-Vere and K.One played a live gig at her home in Wainuiomata on Friday. The local resident won tickets by signing up for a Mai FM competition when members of the radio station's promotion team were in Wainuiomata earlier thi... 

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    Public to vote on future of New Zealand flag
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    Wednesday, March 19th 2014 - Pg 6

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key recently outlined a plan to hold a public discussion and vote during the next parliamentary term on the country's flag. It was his belief that the design of the current flag symbolises a colonial and post-colonial era whose time has passed. "I a... 

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    Patrol good for hood
    By Dan Whitfield
    Wednesday, March 12th 2014 - Pg 2

    The men and women that walk the beat as part of Community Patrol Wainuiomata are asking the public to get behind its Good in the Hood campaign. Last year, the community organisation received about $1350 which covered general expenses. However this year, it hopes the community's su... 

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