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Chauvel congratulates Safety in the City Awards

Charles Chauvel
Labour MP Based in Ohariu

7 September 2011

Chauvel congratulates Safety in the City Awards

Labour List MP based in Ohariu Charles Chauvel is proud to congratulate the recipients of the Wellington Safety in the City awards, announced last night by the Wellington City Council and New Zealand Police.

“The people recognised last night are all worthy recipients and reflect only a small fraction of the contributions that people across Wellington make every day in order to create a safer place to live", said Chauvel.

Seventeen awards were presented to individuals across Wellington including people residing within Ohariu, where Mr Chauvel is based.

“All of this year’s recipients serve as an inspiration for us all to be better neighbours and members of our local community”.

List of recipients:

• Ned Lee
• The Drucker Team, Scots College
• Eastern Rocks Community Patroll and Wellington South Community Patrol
• Edwina Allen
• Chad O’Hara
• The Crew of the Lady Elizabeth IV, Murray Phipps-Black, Brook Rapson, Dr Neill Barr and Dr Philip Heath of NIWA
• Kantilal Patel (Ken)
• Simon Tomlinson and Samantha Donaldson
• Craig McGuinness and Almiro Clere
• Sue Hanrahan
• Zoe Moran

ENDS

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