Upper Hutt

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Upper Hutt,

city (1996 pop. 36,717), S North Island, New Zealand, in the Hutt River Valley. It is primarily residential but has some light industries.
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Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga and Waingakau Housing Development Ltd formally blessed the site in Flaxmere this morning where the Waingakau Housing Development will be built.
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In Hawke's Bay, a freshwater plan change for the Greater Heretaunga and Ahuriri catchments is underway using a collaborative process named TANK (an acronym for the four rivers in the catchments).
Committee member Kath Allen, postcrisis co-ordinator at Hawke's Bay iwi health provider Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga, works with rangatahi who often struggle with anxiety, anger management and low self-esteem.
STEPHEN RALPH MATTHEWS was born in Heretaunga, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Participants were affiliated with Ngati Kahungunu ki Heretaunga, Ngati Kahungunu ki te Wairoa, Tuhoe, Te Whanau a Apanui, Rangitane and Waikato.
A site at Heretaunga was reviewed (much to the dismay of the Physiotherapy Board and NZSP) but this was considered unsuitable because it was too far from a medical school or teaching hospital.
An extensive 'million acre' view is afforded across the prosperous Heretaunga Plains to Napier, out to the sea and to the mountain ranges north and west, even to Mount Ruapehu." (46) Pictures, which appear in many Radiant Living publications, support this description.
Assessment of a groundwater quality monitoring network using vulnerability mapping and geostatistics: A case study from Heretaunga Plains, New Zealand, Agricultural Water Management.
She also advocated the profession's need for higher learning, a factor realised in the late eighties at the Central Institute of Technology, Heretaunga, Wellington (Hocking, 2005).
While this anxiety over what Linda Hardy has termed 'natural occupancy' does not drive all the fiction of the period Maori authors Witi Ihimaera and Heretaunga Pat Baker, for example, are untroubled by it--the question of this lack is nevertheless central to all representations of Pakeha identity: In such fictions the politics of racial and cultural domination and resistance are displaced and refigured in terms of an erotic and aesthetic deficiency in European culture.
They had made the scarlet banner as a decorative trophy for the chiefs of Heretaunga, Ngati Kahungunu, some of whose daughters were pupils at the Napier school.