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Safe Hutt Valley reminds residents to keep homes safe from burglary

Upper Hutt City Council and Hutt Valley Police would like to remind residents of what they can do to reduce their chances of being burgled. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 16 OCT 2014—Although burglaries and home invasions are rare, they can happen from time-to-time. Upper Hutt City Council, along with Hutt Valley Police, would like to… Read more »

Safe Hutt Valley promotes good car security practice

Upper Hutt City Council, as part of the Safe Hutt Valley group, is once again reminding car owners to make sensible choices around security for their vehicles. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 15 OCT 2014—Safe Hutt Valley is a group of organisations committed to promoting safety in the Hutt Valley. Group members, Upper Hutt City Council… Read more »

‘Green man’ to protect Akatarawa Road culvert from tagging

A mural painted on an Akatarawa culvert wall has recently been completed in an effort to curb tagging in the area. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 15 OCT 2014—Not quite a modern-day scarecrow, a ‘Green man’ mural was completed in late September on a culvert wall on Akatarawa Road. The spot had previously been a target… Read more »

ALIVE and kicking

Two new programmes are about to begin under Activation’s ALIVE programme, designed to increase participation in sport and active recreation. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 09 OCT 2014—Activation’s ALIVE programme is ready to have two new programmes kick off in mid-October. Following on from the ‘Have-A-Go’ programme held earlier in the year, these programmes are directed… Read more »

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