Kapi-Mana News : January 22nd 2013
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SKU: 7859531 HOT PRICE! $99999 WHITEWARE MUST END SUNDAY! SELLOUT Porirua Mega Centre - Semple St, PORIRUA Ph: 9225830 68 Queen Street, Upper Hutt Ph: 04 894 3654 28 Rutherford Street, LOWER HUTT Ph: 901-8030 QUALITY BRANDS THE LATEST PRODUCTS FROM BRANDS yOU KNOW AND TRUST Q Use your outdoor living areas all year round arch_WELPjan13urb Chris Palmer WELLINGTON CITY PORIRUA Freephone 0800 00 13 02 | www.archgola.co.nz • Warm & dry in winter • UV protection for summer • Stylish & permanent • 5 year warranty 15 months INTEREST FREE Normal lending criteria apply Council plea to save water The regional council is urging people to save water. Councillor Nigel Wilson, chairman of Greater Wellington s Social and Cultural Wellbeing Com- mittee, says the rivers supplying the region are showing the effects of an unusually dry spring. Flows in the Hutt River were only 82 per cent of the river s December average in spite of good rainfall over the past month. Mr Wilson says that conditions, combined with the fact that the supply of stored water is halved while one of the Te Marua storage lakes is empty for earthquake-strengthening and enlarging, mean everybody should be careful with water. Visit www.gw.govt.nz/water. An eco-class of its own Aiming to please: Whitireia's new learning facility is nearing completion. The new multi-million dollar building under construction at Whitireia s Porirua cam- pus is expected to impress nursing and paramedic students when they arrive for study in February. Work is almost complete on the new 3817sqm facility that will house the Health Fac- ulty, administration, class- rooms and conference facili- ties. The building will include laboratories, state-of-the-art simulation suites and will pro- vide training facilities to around 1000 nursing and paramedic students and fac- ulty staff from February. The building features inter- room sliding doors, allowing for flexible teaching class sizes, open work spaces allow- ing flexibility for staff, learn- ing streets that will become a focal point and hub of student life and a place of interaction and self-learning. There are a number of eco- friendly features to this build- ing -- of particular mention is the storm water collection that will be contained in a 50,000 litre underground storage tank and used for toilet flushing and garden irri- gation, says spokesman Kelvin Irvine. The hot water will be solar heated and the design of the building has allowed for the concrete structure to be used as a latent heat storage facility that will assist with heating the building. Mr Irvine says the building has a real connection to the local landscape thanks to artwork that has been com- pleted by James Molnar. It can be seen on many of the concrete columns and the internal windows while walk- ing through the building. The building was to be bles- sed today and will be officially opened in March. Trio to perform Mulled Wine Series concert Andrew London, front man and songwriter of the band Hot Club Sandwich, will open the 2013 Mulled Wine Series in Paekakariki this Saturday with his Andrew London Trio. He will draw on a canon of work that includes both Hot Club Sandwich and Kapiti country five-piece The Cattle- stops, and will introduce a few new songs. The other trio members are Kirsten London on bass, and ex-Hot Club Sandwich sax- ophonist Nils Olsen. The Mulled Wine Concert Series, organised by Welling- ton pianist Mary Gow, has been running in Paekakariki since 2008. Mainly classical in nature, it has been hailed by critics as a noteworthy addition to the Wellington music scene. We always like to start our year with a bang and this year is no exception, says Gow. Hot Club Sandwich got a great reception when they played here last and we are sure that this slightly differ- ent lineup will prove just as popular. Andrew London Trio, Pae- kakariki Memorial Hall, The Parade, Paekakariki, January 26, 7pm. Tickets $20 from email@example.com and Magpie at Paremata.
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