Kapi-Mana News : January 17th 2012
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The car crossed the centre- line to go into a driveway on the opposite side of the road and he's collided with the rear left mud- guard.'' The man died before emerg- ency services arrived. The woman driving the car was from Porirua, Mr Walker said. She had two children in the back, properly strapped in. Nobody was injured in that vehicle.'' Mr Walker said it was on a windy section of road, with reasonable visibility''. The serious crash unit was investigating. He said it was another tragedy on the region's roads, following a fatality on Sept- ember 30 and double fatality on December 30, on the same bend of State Highway 1 in Otaihanga. That's four bodies in three months, that is more than enough,'' Mr Walker said. We went 11 months without one and all of a sudden we're getting too many of them.'' Paekakariki Hill Rd was closed for about three hours while the scene was investigated. Mr Walker said a Fulton Hogan worker was driving home to Paraparaumu when he came across the accident and had to continue to the top of the hill to get cellphone coverage, calling him directly. Mr Walker said the motorcyc- list was wearing all the right equipment and his motorbike was in good condition. Police want to speak to any- one travelling over the hill at the time of the crash who saw a yel- low and black Suzuki GSX 1000 motorcycle travelling south or a silver four-door Ford Mondeo travelling north. Contact Porirua Police on 04 238 1400 or Crimestoppers, 0800 555 111. Join the After the Fire event at Whitireia Park Those eager to know how Whitireia Park is bouncing back after the dev- astating fire in 2010 can find out this Saturday. Led by the Whitireia Park Resto- ration Group, the After the Fire'' event is an opportunity for the public to learn more about the work being done to put Whitireia Park back on track. The fire was a terrible blow to the community and a real setback for some of the restoration work being done in the park. So we are looking forward to a busy year of replanting projects and other restoration work, following on from the last two winters of work,'' says Angus Hulme- Moir, co-ordinator of the Whitireia Park Restoration Group. The free event is on from 9am till noon at Whitireia Park. Meet at the Onepoto entrance (follow Titahi Bay Rd and turn right at Onepoto Rd). Moderate fitness required. No need to book -- just turn up.
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