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    Judge rejects fluoride conflict claim
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 4

    A High Court judge has rejected a Paraparaumu resident's claims that a former councillor had a conflict of interest when voting to continue adding fluoride to the water supplies for the central part of the district. Mike Woods went to the court seeking a judicial review into his a... 

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    Memorable restaurant on market
    by CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, July 16th 2014 - Pg 8

    Personal accounts of family dining rituals have come through in full force this month, in a chain reaction that has unearthed a collectiveadmiration for one of Kapiti's longest running restaurants. The public response follows last week's announcement that Paekakariki's Fisherman's... 

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    Metering remainsaminefield
    by Gurunathan
    Wednesday, June 25th 2014 - Pg 6

    "The introduction of [water] metering and flow based charging to provide economic incentives for consumers to become more efficient users, is a sensitive political and community issue. The debate can only be advanced if there is assurance of public ownership, guaranteed minimum su... 

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    Deaf toddler hears mum's voice
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, June 18th 2014 - Pg 3

    Nikau Karauti-McMenamin's cochlear implantswere switched on for the first time. "It was an amazing experience," says proud mother Katie McMenamin, who watched the life-changing momentwith partner Fiona McMenamin. "He placed his hand on my throat while I spoke and went very quiet, ... 

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    Outdoor gallery opens to the public
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, May 28th 2014 - Pg 5

    Scape Sculpture Park officially opens in Otaki on Queen's Birthday weekend and the public are encouraged to check it out. The park, set on Bee Doughty-Pratt and Snow Pratt's rural property, 91 Parenga Rd, featuresmore than 20 large outdoor sculptures from several accomplished arti... 

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    Call for help at shelter
    by CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, May 21st 2014 - Pg 4

    New Zealand's leading no kill animal shelterHUHAis calling for members of the community to lendahand at its volunteerrun Otaki premises, which provideshands-on care for a range of less fortunate Kapiti animals. HUHA, which stands for Helping You Help Animals, is a national not-for... 

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    Kapiti Island visits too expensive
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, May 14th 2014 - Pg 3

    Kapiti Island visit fees needs to be more affordable, Conservation MinisterNick Smith says. Dr Smith, who is also the HousingMinister, was the keynote speaker at an Electra business breakfast at Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club on Wednesday. ''It's my view that we have misstepped aroun... 

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    Ban will make things worse
    by CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, May 7th 2014 - Pg 3

    Hipsta owner Debbie Deans says this month's ban on the sale of legal highs is a step backwards for New Zealand, with the new initiative likely to cause greater wide-scale harm among the community. ''This ban will force currently law-abiding Kiwis to deal with organised crime to ge... 

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    Young and old remember the fallen
    by CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, April 30th 2014 - Pg 5

    Young and old braved the cold to gather by the Paraparaumu War Memorial Gates for Friday morning's Anzac Day citizen's parade, which quietly honoured the efforts of the thousands of New Zealand soldiers sent to war. The crowd, which included New Zealand soldiers, police, firefight... 

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    Innovators recognised
    by CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, April 23rd 2014 - Pg 36

    Two Paraparaumu businesses achieved excellence at last month's national conference Embracing Change, which recognises strong foundations for business growth among master franchisee owners. Hirea Hubby Kapiti and Kapiti Greenacres Master Franchisee took out the winning titles, with... 

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    Council in gun for 'wasting $1m'
    by ANN READING
    Wednesday, April 16th 2014 - Pg 4

    Council has failed to take responsibility in a number of serious matters, wasting $1 million of ratepayer money, according to Salima Padamsey, of Coastal Ratepayers United. ''This is the same amount of money that has been spent on the whole Royal visit,'' she said. At the audit an... 

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    Revamp for Kapiti Road
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, April 9th 2014 - Pg 3

    Part of Kapiti Road is about to getamajor upgrade. The road's width will increase to allow four lanes from Te Roto Drive to Arawhata Rd, as well as dedicated right turn lanes into Milne and Te Roto Drives. Traffic lights will be installedat the intersections of Milne and Te Roto D... 

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    Bionic knee to benefit Blair
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, April 2nd 2014 - Pg 5

    Blair Marriott will be the first person in New Zealand to have a bionic computer controlled knee fully funded by ACC. The 41-year-old from Paraparaumu had his right leg amputated above the knee after an out-of-control car smashed into him and his motorbike in Otaihanga Rd on Frida... 

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    Bloody mess has cost Kapiti ratepayers $2m
    K Gurunathan
    Wednesday, March 26th 2014 - Pg 6

    In April last year, four councillors, pressured by a volatile public reaction, revolted againstamajority of councillors. We movedamotion to ditch the coastal hazard lines and pull out the relevant section from the Proposed District Plan. That April 18 briefing was a blitzkrieg. We... 

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    Become involved, influence future
    James Westbury
    Wednesday, March 19th 2014 - Pg 14

    The expressway and the urban planning decisions we make today will have a significant and enduring impact on the physical shape of our community. Now is the time to become involved and influence our future, as the Kapiti Coast District Council (KCDC) has established the town centr... 

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    Fundraiser to help fire victim
    CLOE WILLETTS
    Wednesday, March 12th 2014 - Pg 3

    Friends and neighbours of Te Horo woman Anna Stubbs, whose home was burnt down in December last year, destroying its entire contents, are fundraising inaBand Together Rebuild project to help rebuild and replace everything lost. Among the items gutted in the blaze, which took over ... 

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    Funeral grant rule 'penalising' prudent saver
    by DAVID HAXTON
    Wednesday, March 5th 2014 - Pg 3

    There needs to be an independent review of Work and Income's funeral grant, Kapiti Coast Funeral Home director Andrew Malcolm believes. His comment comes after Ken Allen, 81, of Waikanae applied for a grant to help with the $7367 cost of his wife's funeral but was not eligible bec...