Kapi-Mana News : September 13th 2011
17 KAPI-MANA NEWS, SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 2012 Courses Summer Semester Courses Try our Careers Quiz on Prizes & Giveaways! Campus Tours Talk with our Tutors Facebook Listen great to music WELTEC PETONE CAMPUS | www.weltec.ac.nz 12PM --6PM THURS 29 SEP Breakdown by street CRIME ACROSS THE CITY Northern suburbs Haunui Rd The Track Okowai Rd Marina View TXC Brora Cr TXC Sasanof View Kalingo St Mungavin Ave x 4 Eastern suburbs Driver Cr Gloucester St Cheshire St Hampshire St x3 Leicester St Driver Cr Surprise Pl Castor Cr Bellona Pl Hereford St Durham St Worcester Pl Champion St Gear Tce Rose St Huanui St GearTceTXCx2 Leicester St TXC Champion St TXC McKillop St TXC Titahi Bay/Elsdon Hiwi Cr Moki St View Rd Onepoto Rd Ngatitoa St TXC Pennant Gr TXC Porirua CBD/Kenepuru Makaro St Raiha St Semple St x2 Porirua Railway TXC x4 Walton Leigh TXC Lodge Pl TXC North Wellington Handyside St Tremewan St Linden Ave Huia St TXC Handyside St TXC Redwood Railway TXC Kilkelly Cl TXC Oxford St TXC TXC = theft from car. Porirua police are looking for the following three people. Nicola Chapman, pic- tured above left, is a 20-year-old female who has a warrant to arrest for breach of community work. Te Atawhai Martin, cen- tre, is a 47-year-old male who has warrants to arr- est for failing to appear on wilful damage, disorderly behaviour and receiving property charges. Ezra Temarama, right, is a 25-year-old male who has a warrant to arrest for failing to appear on drink- driving charges. Anyone with infor- mation regarding the whereabouts of these wanted persons can con- tact Porirua police on 238 1401. All information received will be kept confidential. TIPS FOR HOSTS AND PARTY-GOERS Hosting a party Every party must have adult supervision. Think about how you will advertise a party. There have been many horror stories about parties being besieged by gatecrash- ers due to the invitation circulating via mobile phone texts and social networking sites on the internet. Provide plenty of snacks or food and non-alcoholic drinks. Arrange for friends to stay over or have a means of get- ting home safely. If a party is starting to get out of hand call the police. If someone is being sick or passes out, check on their welfare. If you can't wake someone up, call for an ambulance. Going to a party Plan your transport in advance. Make sure there is a sober driver or arrange- ments and money for alternative transport. Avoid walking home alone.
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