Lower Hutt

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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


international appearances

Zealand death_date '''Aaran Franklyn Lines''' (born 21 December 1976 in Lower Hutt) is a retired New Zealand association football player and current head coach of the Western New York Flash, the 2011 Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) Champions. He has represented New Zealand (New Zealand national football team) at international level.


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from Upper Hutt and Lower Hutt cities by the Rimutaka Ranges. New Zealand has released several postage stamps portraying the Huia, ref name "nzpost2">


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pal_localprivate.nfo&jump a1991-002l%2fs.2&softpage DOC#JUMPDEST_a1991-002l s.2 of the city of Lower Hutt; the city's coat of arms still refers to the ''City of Lower Hutt''. '''Eastbourne''' is a suburb of Lower Hutt city in the southern North Island of New Zealand. Its population is about 4,600. Governance The official Wellington Region, as administered by the Wellington Regional Council (under the brand-name "Greater Wellington") covers the conurbation around


free water

''' (''the spring of life'') at the intersection of Jackson and Buick Streets in Petone provides pure untreated artesian (underground pressured) water to Petone's public water supply, but also offers free water from taps to the general public. The water has leaked from the Hutt River near Stokes Valley and been filtered through alluvial gravels and sands over several years before reaching Petone. Sleep Budget *


outstanding views

''' is a great place to wander around. If you've got all day then the walk up to Belmont Trig is very tiring yet enjoyable, with outstanding views in clear weather. *If you want to go on a short walk then you can go from the end of Cornish Street, in Petone, up to the defunct '''Korokoro Dam'''. *'''Petone''', the first colonial settlement in the Wellington area. Visit the early settlers museum and see the Jackson Street walk of fame. Do *The '''Hutt River''' is easily accessible for most of its


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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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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

Lower Hutt

258px thumb right Lower Hutt from the air, looking eastwards. (File:Lower Hutt, Un Dramatic Version.jpg)

'''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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