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THE WELLINGTONIAN, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
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Roadworks - Ngaio Gorge
Wellington City Council, 101 Wakefield Street,
PO Box 2199, Wellington 6140 • Wellington.govt.nz
Contractors will repair sections of footpath, kerb, channel and road on
Ngaio Gorge Road between Perth Street and Kaiwharawhara Road from
Monday 5 to Friday 16 September 2011.
Work will take place between 9am and 4pm.
For more information, phone Kim Masina at Downer on 815 8383
or 027 251 2373.
for Churton Park
By JIM CHIPP
Churton Park residents and the suburb s new
school will be among the first in the country to get
Churton Park is included in Chorus first-year
rollout plans, with work scheduled to start before
Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe said
services would be delivered to schools, health
facilities and businesses first, in line with govern-
The first-year deployment also includes Ashbur-
ton, Auckland, Blenheim, Dunedin, Masterton,
Hawke s Bay, Palmerston North, Rotorua, Taupo
and parts of Porirua.
Ultra-fast broadband is defined as a rate of 100
megabytes per second or faster. Chorus communi-
cations manager Robin Kelly said it was about 10
times faster than current broadband speeds.
The company aims to reach 800,000 homes and
businesses by 2019. It s an eight-year programme
and [this is] very much first steps, Mr Kelly said.
As soon as retail internet service providers have
developed ultra-high-speed fibre services,
residents would be able to connect to the network,
Wellington mayor Celia Wade-Brown said it
was a useful start, particularly with Churton
Park s new school opening soon.
I really look forward to the next stage, enabling
businesses and households to be part of the smart,
green economy, she said.
Residents can check whether the Chorus
broadband network reaches their home by visiting
Mr Kelly said the map would be regularly
updated as cable was laid.
By JIM CHIPP
Models from all walks of life will strut their stuff
in Wellington in aid of stray cats on Saturday.
Amalia McLaren-Brown, a professional model,
and Hannah Clements, of Lyall Bay, will be
among the models showing off second-hand cloth-
ing from Opportunity For Animals stores in sup-
port of the humane treatment of feral cat colonies
in Stray Cat Strut.
Organiser Debra Ashton of Paremata said
proceeds of the show would support the Black
Sheep Animal Sanctuary in Otaki.
Green MP and Animal Welfare spokeswoman
Sue Kedgley will model and Good Morning host
Sarah Bradley will be MC.
Ms Ashton said Wellington, like most cities, had
a growing problem of homeless cats.
Animal welfare centres struggle to cater for the
cats and many face euthanasia because they are
often harder to re-home.
All clothing on show will be for sale on the night.
Where else can you get a whole outfit for
Stray Cat Strut, Whitireia Performance Centre, 25
Vivian St, September 3, 8pm.
Tickets from $15 to $35. For more information, visit
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