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Wellington mother Helen Lane has
developed a website (schoolies.co.nz) that
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Buckle St open
The Buckle St diversion is open and
motorists can again access the road from
the top of Tory St, which was turned into a
cul-de-sac last month while construction
on the Buckle St diversion road was
undertaken. The diversion will be in place
until the underpass is completed next
year. Until then drivers will have to use the
Basin Reserve roundabout and Rugby St to
access Tasman St.
Ever wanted to try Scottish country
dancing? The Island Bay Scottish Country
Dancing Club has four introductory classes
on Wednesday nights from February 6.
Classes at St Mark's church hall, Dufferin
St, from 7.30pm, $4 each session.
Contact Catriona Keene on 027 304 9786
or turn up on the night.
Youngsters looking for new sports might
try futsal or fencing at the ASB Sports
Centre. Futsal is a variant of indoor
football and a nine-week coaching
programme is being run, with sessions on
Tuesdays and Sundays, from February 19
until April 16. Cost: $67.50 for the term.
Go to wellington.govt.nz or phone
830 0500. The 10-week junior fencing
programme offers coaching from
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Ping
Yuan every Thursday from February 14 till
April 18, 4pm till 5pm. Sessions $10.
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Two social cycling events are scheduled
for February in Wellington Regional
Council's Great Outdoors Summer Events
programme. On February 2 is the Hill Road
social bike ride at Belmont Regional Park,
for mountainbike beginners. 9.30am start.
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information. On February 9 is the 17km
Cycle the Rimutaka Rail Trail ride. Email
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The Sexton's Cottage in Bolton Street
Memorial Park has been registered as a
Category 1 historic place. Built in 1857 as
the residence for the caretaker of the
Anglican part of the cemetery, the cottage
survived the construction of the Wellington
urban motorway and is one of central
Wellington's earliest intact houses and a
rare example of a sexton's residence.
Some readers will have noticed the new
buses that Go Wellington has started to
bring into service. The Alexander Dennis
Enviro200 buses are quieter and shorter
than many of their predecessors, and
therefore better suited to Wellington's hill
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