Hutt News : September 20th 2011
38 HUTT NEWS, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011 COMMUNITY 2867681CI , NOW $16,995 05 OPEL ASTRA 1.8ltr, Auto, 4 Air Bags, Alloys, A/C, E/W, P/S, C/Lock, 77000kms, was $17995 2.2ltr, Auto,Twin air bags, Alloys, C/lock, E/ W, NZ New, Tow bar, A/C, P/S, 96000kms was $8995 NOW $7995 00 HOLDEN VECTRA 1.0ltr, 5 Door hatch, Auto, Twin air bags, C/lock , E/W, P/S, Economical Motoring was $7995 NOW $6995 99 TOYOTA VITZ 2.0ltr, 5 Door hatch,Auto, 4WD, P/S, E/W, C/Lock, Stereo Cd, Drivers air bag, was $5995 NOW $4995 97 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX Family owned and operated for the last 15 years MTA Assured Dealer Finance Available Warranties Available On behalf Sales Trades Welcome Better Value Vehicles Corner Queen Street & Pine Avenue UPPER HUTT A/H: 0274 501-583 Ph: 528-7746 NOW $18,995 05 FORD TERRITORY 4.0ltr, Auto, Alloys, NZnew, A/C, P/S, E/W, Stereo CD, 5 Seater,Tow bar. Was $19,995 NOW $9,995 1.2ltr,Auto, 5 Door, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W, 84,000kms.Was $10,995 04 NISSAN MARCH 02 CHEVROLET CRUZE NOW $7,995 1.3ltr, 5 Door Hatch, Auto, Alloys, A/C, P/S,Twin Air bags, 85,000kms.Was $9,995 NOW $9,995 07 MITSUBISHI 380 SX 3.8ltr, Auto, NZ New, One owner, A/C, P/S, E/W, 4 air bags, Rear Spoiler, Cruise, Better Value! Was $10,995 NOW $12,995 02 HOLDEN COMMODORE 3.8ltr,Auto, Sports bar,Alloys,A/C, P/S, E/W, Cruise, Partial Leather,Tow bar, Great looking ute.Was $13,995 NOW $9,995 2.3ltr, Auto, 7 Seater, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W, Excellent family wagon.Was $10,995 03 MAZDA MPV 1.8ltr, 5 Door Hatch,Auto, Alloys, Stereo, NZ New, C/lock, P/S.Was $10,995 NOW $9,995 01 TOYOTA COROLLA NOW $13,995 03 MAZDA RX8 1.3ltr, Rotary, 5 Speed manual,Alloys, CD Stacker,A/C, E/W, 76000kms Ex condition.Was $15,995 NOW $6,995 01 FORD MONDEO 2.0ltr, 5 Door, S/W, Auto, A/C, P/S, C/Lock, 4 Air bags, Better Value ! Was $7,999 NOW $8,995 01 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.6ltr, 5 Door liftback, 5 Speed Manual, Stereo, NZ New, P/S, E/W (Front), Drivers air bag.Was $9,995 96 HONDA LOGO 1.3ltr, 5 Door Hatch, 5 Speed manual, Twin air bags, P/S, Stereo CD, Ex condition. Was $5,500 NOW $4,995 3.0ltr, Petrol, 5 Door,Auto, 7 seater, C/lock, 4WD, P/S, was $7995 NOW $6995 94 MITSUBISHI PAJERO NOW $8,995 3.5ltr, Auto, NZ New, Stereo 6 CD in dash, Tow bar, 4 Air bags, E/W, P/S, Alloys, Lovely to drive.Was $9,995 04 NISSAN MAXIMA 3.8ltr, Auto, Alloys, A/C, P/S, E/W, Stereo CD,Twin air bags.Was $8,995 NOW $7,995 01 HOLDEN COMMODORE S/W 92 HONDA CIVIC NOW $2,995 1.5ltr, 5 Speed Manual, NZ New, Stereo, Excellent First Car, Better Value, was $3995 4044587AA LHWC Lower Hutt Women's Centre 186 Knights Rd, Lower Hutt Ph 569 2711 www.lhwc.org.nz The Lower Hutt Women's Centre will be putting on a one day training for women wishing to find out about volunteering at the centre. The workshop will include the background to the centre, the philosophy, how the centre operates and expectations of volunteers. This workshop will be open to any women that is interested in being a volunteer, or think they might be interested or just to find out what it entails. There will be no pressure to be a volunteer. After the training we will make individual appointments with women that are interested in volunteering to further the interview process. Time: 10-4pm (participants will be expected to attend the whole day.) We won't have childcare available. Date: Saturday October 1, 2011 Lunch: Provided Enrolments necessary: Phone, call in or email your interest and enrolment. 5692 711 email@example.com The Lower Hutt Women's Centre is a feminist organisation. Volunteer s Training A cut above the rest! THE OLD COBHAM MILL 161 SH58, PAUATAHANUI www.oldmanmac.co.nz Open to the public Good value timber Local landscape supplies 04 234 7632 Building a deck? 200mmx50mm H3.2 dressed (ggd) 150mmx50mm MSG8 H3.2 (ggd) $5.55* per metre incl. GST Ideal for deck joists & pergolas *Limited stock Phone 569 4993 Ask for Gail McAsey or Linda Hurliman GILL & McASEY -BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS- Buying or Selling? From $500 (plus GST and disbursements) Phone us first for a FREE quote CONVEYANCING TRUSTS 4047502AA Kids intent on eco-ideas Mucking in: Brandson Absalam could still smile despite being given the job of chopping up food scraps. By NICHOLAS BOYACK Brandson Absalam is prepared to go to great lengths to do the right thing by the planet. Last Thursday, the 11-year-old Wainuiomata Primary School pupil spent the morning chopping up food scraps. It was not the most glamorous of jobs but Brandson told Hutt News that recycling is important. All the stuff that is useless can be recycled and we need to reduce the use of landfills and save our money.'' He was participating in the Take Action for Water programme, which involves five classrooms at the school. The children looked at the water qual- ity of Wainuiomata Stream and Black Creek. Having concluded the water quality in the Wainuiomata Stream was better, they looked for the reasons why, under- took projects to raise awareness about water quality and projects that could improve the environment. Teacher Tute Porter- Samuels says it was a great success and the children showed real passion. They had come up with innovative ideas which included a worm farm and composting -- hence Brandson chop- ping up the food scraps. The children did a study of how much waste the school was putting in the landfill each week and found it was 113 kilograms. Now our bread is feeding the worms.'' All the projects were included in a display in the hall. The display was viewed by the rest of the pupils and parents.
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