Horowhenua Mail : May 26th 2011
5 THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2011 BH 187 Kit home $106,604 A1 Built $239,033 The price we say is what you pay. No surprises. Costs INCLUDE GST. Costs EXCLUDE siteworks, services to site, council charges, freight of materials to site. For a detailed list of materials and inclusions/exclusions please visit www.A1homes.co.nz/content/whats-included Alan Wood 04 902 6002 e: alan.wood@A1homes.co.nz Showhome: Cnr Hemi Street & Main Rd, Waikanae A1H6590A 0800 A1homes 214663 CONTACT JOE HAVILL Mob: 027 437 0169, A/H (06)368 5858, Levin Offce (06)368 2866, www.harveys.co.nz OHAU erraces MAKE AN OFFER! Last sections available in prestigious upper terrace, one with drive-on access now formed to recommended building site. Magnifcent views over Bishops Vineyard, out to Kapiti Island and set against a backdrop of the stunning Tararua Ranges. VENDORS WANT TO SELL! Accept our invitation - drive on today and IMAGINE YOUR LIFESTYLE! T Crash scene: A policeman surveys the damage to a woman's car after she hit the accelerator instead of the brake. Confusion with new car By KARA LOK Two cars collided in Levin on Friday morning after a woman lost control of her car while attempting to exit her driveway, said police. The Daihatsu Sirion ended up slamming into a fence on the opposite side of Rimu St, said Levin Police. Sergeant Dereck Turvey said it appeared the driver accelerated suddenly in front of an oncoming car, which clipped its bumper. The 65-year-old woman was shaken but uninjured and returned home after being checked by paramedics. The driver of the other car, said he was driving home about 10am when a car suddenly came out of the driveway. I had no indication it was going to happen. She came out of nowhere.'' He said he rushed over to see if she needed help. The noise of the impact was huge, my first priority was her . . .Shesaiditwasabrandnew car and she was still trying to familiarise herself with it.'' Mr Turvey said the women unfortunately'' mistook her accelerator for her brake. He said she was likely to be charged with careless driving. Lock your garden sheds Levin Police are urging residents to keep their garden sheds locked after two chainsaws were taken from an unlocked shed at a Horowhenua property last week. The incident, reported last Friday, is believed to have occurred between May 17 and May 22. Sergeant Dereck Turvey said people only notice their tools have been taken once they go to use them. He would not specify the location of the theft, but stressed the importance of keeping sheds holding tools locked. It will just make it that little bit harder for thieves to break in, slowing them down.''
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