North Shore Times : February 15th 2013
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All casual advertising must be prepaid prior to publication. Payment by credit card for casual advertising is accepted. 14. We may provide guidelines to be followed where you include internet addresses in advertising. www.northshoretimes.co.nz 11 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 15, 2013 NEWS Missing pony: The skewbald filly snatched from a farm in Taupaki last week. Crime scene: The hole thieves cut to snatch the miniature pony. Thieves snatch miniature pony Thieves endured electric shocks when they snatched a miniature pony from a farm in Taupaki. They cut a live fence to steal a skewbald brown and white horse over- night from the Nixon Rd property. Resident Bryan Jack- son says the culprits cut the wires, folded them back perfectly and led the animal through the battery powered fence. They ve had a few bashes when they cut it. They were lucky it wasn t connected to the mains or we would ve heard a squeak up at the house. Mr Jackson was look- ing after the filly named Zizi, 16 goats and a steer for six months to help a Massey man. He urgently needed some land for his stock because he had to get off where he was . The goats could have been hit by cars if they had escaped through the hole in the fence which fronts a busy road. Mr Jackson believes culprits had been scan- ning his property for the best place to cut the fence. The little girl who owns the pony is heart- broken by the brazen theft of her first pet. She was crying and crying. People who do that have got no con- science. The pony was wearing a blue webbing halter. It has four white feet and white colouring in its mane and tail. It would have proved easy to catch because it was too friendly for its own good , he says. The horse, goats and steer were good friends and usually kept together. But thieves struck when the goats strayed further afield, Mr Jack- son says. If the goats were around her we would have heard up in the house. They kick up bobsy-die and follow you if they think you have a loaf of bread. Phone Kumeu police on 412 7756 with any information. One-way system suggested Warkworth woes: A major roading upgrade is progressing but an engineer says he has a one-way system which would be better. There is no shortage of opinions on Warkworth s traffic, including a one- way street system suggestion. Andrew Leonard of Warkworth has devised such a system for Wark- worth s town centre and is keen to take the plan further. But Auckland Trans- port does not appear to be interested. Mr Leonard says traf- fic around Warkworth is slow and there are often queues. A one-way street system would be a sim- ple and effective sol- ution, he says. Under his proposal, Mill Rd, Queen St and Neville St would become a clockwise one-way sys- tem. Mr Leonard is a project engineer with a background in structural engineering. One of the attractions of this is that there is nothing, apart from road markings, to change. But an Auckland Transport response does not hint at change soon. The former Rodney District Council engaged a consultant to under- take a Traffic Impact Assessment of a propo- sed one-way system for Warkworth town centre which was completed in 2008. The conclusions were that there were benefits and disadvantages of such a system. It would have cost about $500,000.
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