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By DAVID TAURANGA
An 18-year-old who crashed his
vehicle into a power pole in
Red Hill last week had been
disqualified from driving at the
time of the crash, police say.
The driver lost control of his
1992 Ford Falcon on an S bend
on Hunua Rd nearby Dominion
Rd about 6.30pm last Friday.
Serious crash unit constable
Neil Holyoake says the impact
brought down power lines and
completely blocked the road for
The driver lost control on a
bend, then spun round and hit
a telephone pole before coming
to a rest in a paddock,'' he says.
The man was later taken to
Middlemore Hospital with a
punctured lung that he
suffered in the crash.''
Two passengers were also in
the car at the time -- one was
attended to by ambulance staff
at the scene and cleared of
injury and the other refused
Mr Holyoake says alcohol
and speed were possible factors
and an investigation into the
crash is still taking place.
If there were any witnesses
to the crash we would like to
speak with them,'' Mr Holy-
Call police on 261-1300 with
Building better relationships
Question time: The Papakura East neighbourhood policing team holds a question-and-answer session at Papakura Marae
every Tuesday. From left: Constables Nikki Campbell and Andy Shaw with Papakura Marae chief executive Tony Kake.
Photo: DAVID TAURANGA
By DAVID TAURANGA
If you've got a question for police
but feel uncomfortable asking at the
nearest station the Papakura East
neighbourhood policing team could
have the answer.
Since November it's held
question-and-answer sessions at
Papakura Marae on Hunua Rd
every Tuesday from 11am to 1pm.
The sessions aim to give people
answers in a comfortable environ-
ment while building the police's
relationship with the community.
Questions fielded so far range
from how to set up a neighbourhood
support group to dealing with dom-
estic violence and how to join the
Constable Andy Shaw says it's
important for the team to develop
its relationship with the community
and the sessions are helping them
They've been well-received and
the feedback has been positive, he
We keep them low key and it's
not an appointment situation, just
show up and ask us your questions.
We'll do our best to answer them.''
Although held on the marae
they're not solely for Maori but are
a community initiative for the
But numbers attending have been
low and the team and marae are
keen to change that.
Papakura Marae chief executive
Tony Kake says the sessions pro-
vide the community with infor-
mation straight from the source.
The marae is a neutral venue
and allows the community to en-
gage with police in a non-threat-
ening, totally confidential environ-
And while they're here people
can engage with the social services
we provide at the marae like our
early education programme or
The team and the marae want to
develop the sessions and if demand
is there they will consider offering
them more than once a week.
To do that Mr Kake wants to hear
what will motivate people to come to
the marae or ways they want to
engage with the two organisations.
Call the marae on 298-3877.
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