Lower Hutt

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advantage of global manufacturing efficiencies, much of this large scale industry has changed to smaller design-led and medium sized industries exporting to the world. Over the past 25 years service, distribution, and consumer-oriented sectors have increased. Lower Hutt remains the main location for light industrial activity in the Wellington Region. In 2010 the lower reaches of the Waiwhetu Stream was cleaned up to remove toxins from decades of industry use. The channel was also widened

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in Lower Hutt, Wellington. His father, John Reid (John Richard Reid), also played international cricket for New Zealand. Childhood and early career Born in 1951 in Pahiatua, Nigel Cox grew up in the Wairarapa and Lower Hutt area. He worked in various jobs up until 1977; in the words of his author page on the Victoria University Press website, "His early working life reads like an author trying to find his way: advertising account executive, assembly line worker at Ford, deck hand, coalman, door-to-door turkey salesman, driver." Later, between 1977 and 1993, he worked as a bookseller in Auckland and Wellington.in Lower Hutt Lower Hutt, Wellington , he is the son of the renowned historian John Beaglehole (John Cawte Beaglehole). thumb left 250px The Meridian Mall, Dunedin, home of Arthur Barnett Ltd. (Image:MeridianDunedin.jpg)Arthur Barnett took over the ailing D.I.C. (D.I.C. (department store)) department store company in the 1980s. The D.I.C. had stores throughout New Zealand and should have proven a good geographical match for Arthur Barnett. In particular, the D.I.C. had 4 stores in the Auckland market, New Zealand's biggest. In December 1987, Arthur Barnett bought the trading assets of the three South Island stores and 50% of the 13 North Island stores which were run as a joint venture with Brierley Investments Ltd. Arthur Barnett Ltd bought the 16 D.I.C. stores outright in July 1988. The D.I.C. Stores were in Invercargill, Dunedin, Christchurch, Lower Hutt, Palmerston North, Wanganui, Hastings (Hastings, New Zealand), Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Rotorua, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Pakuranga, Henderson (Henderson, New Zealand), Karangahape Road (Auckland), Takapuna, and Whangarei. birth_date August, 1978 birth_place Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand death_date Colin McLean Colin McLean was born in Wellington in August 1978, spending the first five years of his life in Raumati South and then moving with his family to Petone, a suburb of Lower Hutt. He attended Petone College, but dropped out before graduation, and took a job at a Wellington law firm, where he worked for two and a half years. During this time, he began to do drag, designing and sewing his own costumes because it was less expensive than buying or renting costumes. McLean is openly (coming out) gay. WikiPedia:Lower Hutt Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Lower Hutt

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family frequently moved around the country. Dyson joined the Labour Party (New Zealand Labour Party) in Westport (Westport, New Zealand) in 1979, and worked as a campaign organiser for Labour MP Kerry Burke in the 1981 (New Zealand general election, 1981) and 1984 elections (New Zealand general election, 1984). In 1985, she moved to Wellington, where she worked with Labour MP Fran Wilde on the Homosexual Law Reform Bill. She worked for Wilde's re-election campaign

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to drive straight ahead into the hill suburbs of Harbour View and Tirohanga (Maori for "distant view"). GNS Science is based in Avalon (Avalon, New Zealand), Lower Hutt with facilities in Dunedin and Wairakei

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In 1846 conflict arose between settlers and Māori (Hutt Valley Campaign), which led to skirmishes. In 1855 a major earthquake (1855 Wairarapa earthquake) raised part of the lower valley, allowing the reclamation of land from swamp. On New Year’s Day 1859 the first permanent lighthouse to be built in New Zealand was lit at Pencarrow Head, and was home to New Zealand’s only female lighthouse keeper, Mary Jane Bennett, was the inaugural operator of the lighthouse. http: www.heritage.org.nz places places-to-visit wellington-region pencarrow-lighthouse The railway line from central Wellington reached Lower Hutt station (now Western Hutt) in April 1874, with the line travelling north up the west side of the river to Silverstream opening two years later. Before the Second World War, urban settlement in the lower Hutt Valley concentrated mainly on Petone, central Lower Hutt and Eastbourne, with a total population of 30,000. In 1927 the Public Works Department (New Zealand Ministry of Works) completed the construction of a branch railway line to Waterloo on the east side of the river; the route diverging from the main line between Lower Hutt and Petone. Two years later the railway workshops moved from Petone to a new larger site off the new branch at Woburn. In the late 1940s new suburbs of state housing developed along the eastern side of the Hutt Valley, from Waiwhetu to Taita, to alleviate nationwide housing shortages and to cater for the booming population. Between 1946 and 1954, the railway line from Waterloo was extended through these new suburbs to Haywards, becoming the main line in 1954 when the existing main line was closed between Haywards and Melling. By the end of the 1950s, Lower Hutt had a population of 80,000. Government The Hutt City Council is made up of a mayor and twelve councillors. Ray Wallace (Ray Wallace (mayor)) was elected Hutt City mayor (Mayor of Lower Hutt) in 2010, succeeding David Ogden (David Ogden (politician)). The city's six electoral wards (Northern, Western, Central, Eastern, Harbour and Wainuiomata) each elect two councillors. Neighbouring councils are Wellington City Council (adjoining to the north-west), Porirua City Council to the north, Upper Hutt City Council to the north-east and South Wairarapa District Council to the east. The boundaries of the Hutt City local body have evolved from a series of amalgamations and boundary changes over the years. The Hutt County Council was established in 1877 and covered the region from Wellington's south coast up to Waikanae, excluding the Wellington City Council area. As the region grew, urban parts of the Hutt county became autonomous boroughs: Petone in 1888, Lower Hutt in 1891, Eastbourne (Eastbourne, New Zealand) in 1906, Johnsonville (Johnsonville, New Zealand) in 1908, Upper Hutt in 1908, Porirua in 1962 and Kapiti (Kapiti Coast (district), New Zealand) in 1974. In 1941 Lower Hutt became a city. It incorporated Normandale (Normandale, New Zealand) in 1957. In 1987 1989 the New Zealand Government forced local authorities to consolidate, which led to Lower Hutt amalgamating with the adjacent Boroughs of Petone and Eastbourne and with the Wainuiomata District (which had its independence for barely a year), and to the abolition of the Hutt County Council. Geography The city centres on the lower (southern) valley of the Hutt River (Hutt River, New Zealand), to the northeast of Wellington. The valley widens as the river nears its mouth, so the central urban area of the city forms a triangle with its longest side along the shoreline. In the upper reaches of the city the Western and Eastern Hutt Hills become closer, culminating in the Taitā Gorge at the northern end of Lower Hutt, separating the city from neighbouring Upper Hutt. Lower Hutt includes the cluster of small settlements that extend down the eastern coast of Wellington Harbour. These include the two large townships of Wainuiomata (inland) and Eastbourne (Eastbourne, New Zealand) (on the coast). The city also includes a large area of sparsely-populated land to the east of the harbour, extending to Pencarrow Head and into the Rimutaka Ranges. Lower Hutt includes the islands in Wellington Harbour, the largest of which, Matiu Somes Island, is commonly referred to by its former name of Somes Island. Climate Lower Hutt has a humid climate with really hot summers and warm winters with the occasional storm

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and in France. His main position is second row (Rugby League positions#second row forwards). '''Ronald Terence Hart''' (born 7 November 1961 in Lower Hutt) is a former cricketer who played only one One Day International for New Zealand (New Zealand national cricket team) in 1985. Hart also played for Nelson (Nelson cricket team) in the Hawke Cup. '''George Ritchie Dickinson''' (11 March 1903 in Dunedin – 17 March 1978 in Lower Hutt) played three Test cricket tests

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mall that had a $150M redevelopment in 2006. It boasts the usual facilities found in shopping malls, including food courts and movie theatres. Like most modern malls, once inside you could be anywhere on the planet where buildings like this are created to extract dollars from your pocket. *A '''vegetable market''' operates at the Riverbank car park on Saturday mornings. This is easily the cheapest place to get your fruit and vegetables. There is plenty of car parking available. The main entrance is off Rutherford St, just north of Countdown Supermarket. *Take a walk along '''Jackson Street''' in '''Petone'''. A once half-derelict shopping street that has revived and reinvented itself in the past ten years. Think of something and you can probably get it new, second hand or have someone make it for you. It's that kind of street. Full of quirky one-off shops (eg a knife shop, a shop that sells nothing but cook books, a South African deli, a shop where kids of all ages can paint to their hearts' content, a noodle factory.) Eat ;Supermarkets: * WikiPedia:Lower Hutt Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Lower Hutt

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Hutt ), where he worked as a carpenter for many years. On 1 March 1845 his house was pillaged by local Mãori. In 1849 he built the first Anglican church in Lower Hutt near the Hutt Bridge . In May 24, 1852 Mr Hart Udy by mutual consent dissolved a Saw Milling partnership which he had with William Corbett and Richard Blake that was based in Stokes Valley, so it is assumed he had worked in the valley for a significant time before then. Wellington Independent, Volume VIII, Issue 696, 12 June 1852, Page 1 He moved to Stokes Valley in 1853, and resided there until 1857, when he took his family to Matarawa where he had access to valuable bush-clad land. A source says that Udy set up a sawmill at the valley mouth in 1858, but it doesn't make it clear whether this was the original one he dissolved in 1852 that he reactivated or an additional one. He carried on the family sawmilling business until 1865, when he retired leaving it to his sons. Mr Hart Udy, Jr., who was five years old when his parents arrived in 1840, married Elizabeth Holland of Petone in 1855, their first home being in Stokes Valley. He was also involved in his father's sawmilling business and moved with him to Matarawa. Mr Hart, Jr. later became Mayor of the Borough of Greytown (Greytown, New Zealand). Mr Hart Udy Sr died in 27 November 1890 in Greytown aged 82 from complications from a bone he had accidentally swallowed, he had 90 direct descendants, and was Justice of the peace of Greytown & greatly missed. '''Naenae''' (occasionally spelt '''NaeNae''') is a suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in the North Island of New Zealand. It lies on the eastern edge of the floodplain of the Hutt River (Hutt River, New Zealand), four kilometres from the Lower Hutt Central business district. A small tributary of the Hutt, the Waiwhetu Stream, flows through the suburb. Early life and education Williams was born in Wellington, New Zealand and educated at Holy Cross Primary School, Seatoun; SS Peter and Paul School, Lower Hutt; St. Patrick's College, Wellington; and St. Kevin's College, Oamaru. *Mosgiel, WikiPedia:Lower Hutt Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Lower Hutt

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accessdate 2007-03-07 date 2006-01-11 last Ferguson first David Umaga played for the Wainuiomata Lions and rose through the ranks, making the Wellington (Wellington Rugby League) U-16 and U-17 sides

, and was eventually named in the Junior Kiwi side of 1991. The side also featured future National Rugby League stars Joe Vagana, Ruben Wiki and Gene Ngamu. Matheson (2006), pg 14. That same year he signed with the Newcastle Knights but within three weeks was back on the plane to New Zealand because of homesickness. Matheson

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'''Lower Hutt''' ( ) is a city in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is administered by the Hutt City Council and is one of the four cities that constitute the Wellington metropolitan area (Wellington).

It is New Zealand's seventh most populous city (List of cities in New Zealand), with a population of around the lower half of the Hutt Valley and the eastern shores of Wellington Harbour. It is separated from Wellington proper by the harbour, and from Upper Hutt by the Taitā Gorge.

Though it is administered by the Hutt City Council, neither the New Zealand Geographic Board nor the Local Government Act recognise the name Hutt City. This name has led to confusion, as Upper Hutt is administered by a separate city council, the Upper Hutt City Council, which objects to the name "Hutt City".

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