‘‘I want people to break the mould that society has tried to create for them.’’
He said his heroes were his Mum and Dad because of their ‘‘killer work ethic and family orientation’’.
Despite having the designs and the printers ready to go, Woolloff was seeking sponsors for the first print run of his t-shirts.
‘‘It would be great if people wanted to support something that is going to help other people.
‘‘All the money will be going to a good cause.
‘‘I only have a part time job at New World so it would be great if someone could help with the first batch of shirts.’’ If you would like to help Noa Woolloff print his T-shirts, email on email@example.com. ‘‘Rogue’’ tree cutters in Whitby have fallen foul of Porirua City Council and police after producing fake documentation to complete work for a resident.
Council parks manager Olivia Dovey said that last week the council received a complaint from a Whitby resident regarding some tree felling and trimming.
‘‘The company had done some work and then were looking at tidying up a tree that was on council land,’’ Dovey said.
‘‘They went away and came back with some paperwork with a council logo on it, so everything looked above board. They made a real mess of the tree and then left it all behind on the ground for the resident to clean up.’’
Upon contacting the council, the resident was told no work had been agreed to.
An arborist contracted to the council, who would show identification, would always come out for a look before any work started, Dovey said.
Because fake paperwork was presented, the police had been contacted.
‘‘Our concerns are that residents are getting a rough deal from rogue operators that are leaving a mess, and that fake documents are being used.’’ If you have concerns about arborists doing work on land that isn’t private, contact Porirua City Council on 237 5089.