Kapi-Mana News : June 25th 2013
39 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 25, 2013 NEWS rwlowerhutt.co.nz What a huge range of options you have with this magnificent property! With 5 bedrooms, 2 living areas and 3 bathrooms there is space for the whole family. Split over two levels with the living areas, one bathroom, kitchen and one bedroom down the bottom and a further 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms, including the MASSIVE master with its own ensuite, spa bath and panoramic views on the upper level. This 5.7 Ha property is a great development opportunity enquire today for more information. Whitby 53a Cleat Street 5A3F2I For Sale $799,000 View by appointment rwlowerhutt.co.nz/LWH20234 Andrew Houpt 0220 507 262 (04) 212 4586 email@example.com Bob Bell 0274 428 188 (04) 212 4967 firstname.lastname@example.org LICENSED (REAA 2008) Today you can select which site you´d prefer to have your new home completed on from the remaining lots available in Stage 2 - Only one remains at $475,000 so don't delay your enquiry The vast majority of our homes are bought by proud new home owners wanting the confidence of a proven product, selection of site and the opportunity to choose their own colours. Stage three under way with new homes coming to the market soon.Call today for more information. To Be Constructed Whitby Lot 98 Staithes Drive 3A2F2I For Sale $475,000 View Sunday 12:00 - 2:00 rwlowerhutt.co.nz/LWH20056 Bob Bell 0274 428 188 (04) 212 4967 email@example.com Andrew Houpt 0220 507 262 (04) 212 4586 firstname.lastname@example.org LICENSED (REAA 2008) Wellington adds trains Thirty-five more Matangi trains are on the way for Wellington fol- lowing a deal signed last week between the regional council and train manufacturer Hyundai- Rotem. The deal, worth $170 million, means that by the end of 2016 the region will have a single Matangi fleet for its metropolitan rail services. Chairwoman of the regional council Fran Wilde says the con- tract for more Matangi trains marks a significant step change for train services in the region. For ratepayers, it s great value for money because we ll have extended warranties, lower main- tenance costs and no need to rep- lace the electric train fleet for at least 30 years. It also means that KiwiRail need to train staff on only one type of train. Ms Wilde says the deal was possible as Huyundai-Rotem offered a competitive price and New Zealand Transport Agency put in substantial funding. The contract also includes $10m worth of upgrades for the 48 exist- ing Matangi trains, making adding cars quicker and safer, and new lights will reduce the risk of bulbs being blown. The first of the next batch of Matangi trains will arrive around the middle of 2015 with the whole fleet expected some time in 2016. Join in the planting to help our streams and harbour Getting into it: Julianna Jaquiery at a recent Whitireia Park working bee. Photo: SUPPLIED Greater Wellington Regional Council have a number of plant- ing days coming up and extra hands are always welcome, so make a note of when the one near- est you takes place. Native plants stabilise the soil and keep the stream and harbour water clean and healthy for us to use and play in. Over the past 150 years people have removed a lot of native plants from the Porirua catch- ment, destroying the food and homes of some of our most precious native animals. Now the complex system of different plants and animals that keep our streams and harbour healthy is out of balance. Planting days: Forest & Bird working bee, Pauatahanui Wildlife Reserve, entrance through Paremata Rd car park, June 30, 10am to noon, free barbecue at the end. Whitireia Park Restoration Group planting day, eight minutes walk east of Onehunga Bay, July 14, 10am to 1pm, back up day July 21, if wet. If unsure about the weather, contact Chris Gibbons on 027 264 0871. Don t forget to bring gloves and spades if you have them and warm, rainproof clothes if it s wet.
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