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Plenty to see,
do says centre
Missing daughter takes
Te Awamutu i-SITE Informa-
tion Centre reports that there
are plenty of holiday attrac-
tions and activities in town.
Pick up your ﬂyer which
details three school holiday
the gloss off festivities
By Dean Taylor
programmes and things to do
with the children this summer Twelve-year-old Unity Mrs Ferguson believes
from the Information Centre in Ferguson, and her mum Charm and her friends
Gorst Avenue (phone 871 3259 Vicki, wanted just one arranged a pick-up by
for more information). thing for Christmas - to texting and as soon as
The centre also recommends see 15-year- the coast was
visiting Te Awamutu Museum old Charm clear she left.
home, safe She was
to view local photographer Phil
and well. seen around
Brown’s exhibition ‘Cultivating Mrs Fergu- the village
Nature’ - featuring fantastic son reported during the
photographs he has taken her daughter day, but was
at Maungatautari, Kakepuku, missing on not found.
Pirongia and Lake Ngaroto. December Mrs Fer-
Phone 872 0085 for more 2, and apart guson says
information. from a letter the other
on December girl involved
Rain renders 20 to say she returned to
was okay, CHARM FERGUSON her home, but
shellﬁsh risky hasn’t heard from or seen believes the older brother
Health advice to recreational her daughter since. and Charm are still to-
shellﬁsh gatherers not to take The family moved gether, somewhere in the
shellﬁsh from the harbour at to Kihikihi about four Pukekohe region.
Raglan has now been lifted, but months ago - a move back Her initial information
they may still want to hold off home for Mrs Ferguson led to think the boy was
until a few days after the cur- and hopefully a chance for in his early 20’s, but now
rent rain has passed. a new start for her girls. she thinks he is even older,
Shellﬁsh feed by ﬁltering She says Charm is a maybe twice Charm’s age -
nutrients from sea water, which good girl, but too easily led and she is concerned about
means they also pick up any and so hadn’t been doing her daughter’s wellbeing,
contaminants present. Sewage her best at school - even her health and her inno-
spill contamination will have though she was basically cence.
cleared naturally by now but bright. “Charm will have run
current rain will be washing Charm has run off be- out of money and didn’t
some bacteria from the land fore, but usually just over- even take many clothes,”
night and never more than she says.
three or four days. “Someone knows what
A few days after heavy rain, “We generally have a has happened to my
cleaner seawater should have good relationship, and daughter, but no-one will
removed any new contami- she and Unity are great say.”
nants the shellﬁsh may have mates,” she says. Mrs Ferguson says the CHARMLESS: Vicki Ferguson, youngest daughter Unity (12) and pooch Safari wait
picked up. Now with her more than other family isn’t letting for 15-year-old Charm’s return to the family. 012071AD
a month away from home on where their son is and
Kihikihi dry and her mother is worried. Police aren’t making them.
“Police at Waiuku had
a lead to follow up before
concerned about Charm’s
whereabouts and wellbe-
with is aged 24, but she
may not necessarily still
Kihikihi weather watcher “I’ve been putting on a She says the only con- Christmas and still haven’t ing. be with that person.
John Nicholls recorded just 39 brave face for Unity, trying tact with police since she done it,” she says. She says the ﬁle has She says Charm’s letter
millimetres of rain last month to make the best of Christ- reported Charm missing Making matters worse is been sent to police in the of December 20 did say the
- the driest December in the 10 mas and the summer holi- is when she rings them, in- the Fergusons planned to Pukekohe region where girl was okay and safe, but
years he has been recording days,” she says. cluding ofﬁcers near where shift to be with other fam- Charm is believed to be also that she did not want
rainfall in the township. “Christmas should be a she believes her daughter ily in Australia. and ofﬁcers there will do to be found.
Average rainfall over the dec- time for families. It’s no has gone. Mrs Ferguson says they their best to locate the “We are not happy and
ade for December was 80.6mm, fun with Charm missing.” Mrs Ferguson knows were all looking forward
Mrs Ferguson believes Charm has run away be- missing girl. would like to ﬁnd Charm
with the highest being 127mm to a complete new life, and However, Ms Mockford to clarify the situation,”
in 2001. the latest saga began fore, but says the attitude new opportunities. Now
when Charm befriended a of police - who have said says it is a fact that police she says.
Kihikihi’s total rainfall for those plans are on hold. have to prioritise their “But even then we may
2006 was 980mm. local girl, then her older we deal with teenagers Meanwhile Mrs Fergu-
brother who lives out of like this often - isn’t very workloads, and in this not be able to achieve the
Te Awamutu weather watcher son puts on a brave face, instance they do not hold outcome Mrs Ferguson
Paul Hobbs recorded 72.5mm the village. comforting. even though she is scared
On the morning she left, “Every case is different,” any fears for Charm’s wants if Charm is deter-
in December, contributing to an for her daughter, and safety. mined not to go home.”
Mrs Ferguson went to do she says. hopes for the best.
annual total of 1312.5mm. Ms Mockford says police Any information that
some early morning gro- “Charm is a good girl
He reports that Te Awamutu cery shopping and left the from a good home who just POLICE CONCERNED have followed every avenue could help trace Charm
had 112 wet days (over 2mm) girls at home. sometimes reacts badly Te Awamutu’s acting of enquiry available here would be welcome. Contact
during 2006 - less than one in Charm stole some money when she can’t handle the senior sergeant Gael and have established the Te Awamutu Police on 872
three. from her mother and left. boundaries. Mockford says police are male Charm left Kihikihi 0100.
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Come and meet our friendly team we just wanted to write to say thanks to Events Centre. day brought memories we’ll never for-
Te Awamutu iSITE Information Centre We couldn’t believe he was playing a get, and Te Awamutu is chief among
for their help when we visited back in couple of days later and that you had them.
Enquiry's most welcome ~ call 871 5586 early December. tickets left! We’d like to say a big thank you to
309 Rutherford Street, T E A W A M U T U We’d visited Te Awamutu as fans of We had a fantastic night - wasn’t it all at the iSITE for their help and the
Neil Finn and only intended to pop in brilliant? warm welcome you all extended to us.
for half an hour for photos and a visit to And we got talking to a really friendly It was a welcome we felt all across the
the Split Enz display in the museum. couple who invited us round for lunch country.
We ended up spending an hour with next day! Have a great summer and a happy
Claire and colleagues chatting, looking Unfortunately, we weren’t able to new year!
through the Finn scrap book and talk- take them up on the offer. PAUL AND JOANNE HILLIER
Frustrated at feedback process Online paper a
In the formal format, formality over- whose information is a narrow window I would just like to say that
rules information: through the walls of Council formality, il- me and my family will be mov-
How do you do? “Very well thank you,” luminating real community issues. ing to Te Awamutu in 2007.
we are trained to reply: Nobody is asking Can Council think outside the format? I will be there in April as I
for facts. Not if the Courier’s Word on Waipa proc- have a job to start at Waikeria
How do you rate the performance of the lamation is true that we are, according to Prison.
Waipa District Council and its ofﬁcers? the annual survey, highly satisﬁed with I have been keeping up to
“Very good,” we mostly reply as untruth- the performance of Council, end of story. date with all the news thanks
fully as to the ﬁrst question - except for The inference is that issues will not be to your paper being online. It
some uncouth people who actually provide considered by Council, and we must each has been a great help.
information. “See my scar!” go away highly satisﬁed. So this is a thank you for
A council with the interests of its rate- No problem for formal respondents but the paper being available on-
010TC027/02 payers at heart would be expected to over- for the truthful, frustration. line and long may it continue.
come its revulsion of the uncouth, above, NICK EMPSON PAUL CHADWICK
Must-Do’s for Kiwis rates well with TA resident
cool summer clothes, The festive period may have come campaign encourages New Zealanders cause she visited the 101 Must-Do’s For
etc, etc... and gone, but for Te Awamutu resident to vote online for their favourite 101 Kiwis website and rated her favourite
Barbara Hungerford the giving spirit Must-Do’s and share their own holiday New Zealand experiences.
OUR SUMMER still keeps coming after being named the experiences. “I am absolutely thrilled with my win!
FEATURE PLUBLISHES latest weekly prizewinner for the 101 Visitors to the website, The Bay of Islands is a wonderful area
TUESDAY JANUARY 16 Must-Do’s For Kiwis campaign. www.aatravel.co.nz, can locate each of with so much to do, and I really can’t
101 Must-Do’s For Kiwis aims to put the 101 Must-Do’s using an interactive wait to get up there and experience it
If you wish to promote New Zealand back into the holiday plans map, blog their experiences and upload all,” said Mrs Hungerford.
your products or service, of New Zealanders, and help increase their favourite holiday photos. The Everyone has until early this year to
give Heather or Dorinda the number of Kiwis holidaying at home. website also features the latest top ten vote for their favourite 101 Must-Do’s,
a call 871 5151 It is the largest domestic tourism initia- Must-Do’s as voted by Kiwis. and go in the draw to win a new 2007
tive ever undertaken in New Zealand. Mrs Hungerford won a Northland Holden Viva, $20,000 of petrol vouchers
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Takahe second This pot of gold Nifty vehicles
try for chick make fence
may be failure
Maungatautari Mountain’s two nesting takahe
is really green check easy
may have failed a second time this season to Two neat little four-wheel-drive Suzuki Jimny vehi-
hatch an egg. cles are making life a lot easier for 24 volunteers who
The pair, Matariki and Hauhanga, are both check the 40km pest-proof fence around the Maunga-
young adults, and laid their ﬁrst egg last October. tautari Ecological Island Reserve.
It was found to be infertile a month later, and was The vehicles are being used to each drive halfway
taken from the birds. round the perimeter of the fence for the daily inspec-
This encouraged them to nest again, and they tions to ensure no breaches have been made.
suddenly became secretive and furtive in their Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust chief execu-
movements in late November, indicating they tive, Jim Mylchreest, says all 24 volunteers have been
were nesting again. given expert training in driving the compact 1300cc
But Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust vehicles, to ensure maximum safety during the often
restoration ecologist Chris Smuts-Kennedy says steep drive around the track.
the birds should have had their chick by now if “The little Jimnys are very light, they have a low
their laying and brooding had been successful. centre of gravity, and they’re ideal for the monitoring
He doubts that this second nesting will produce work we need to do every day because they do so little
a chick at this late stage. damage to the track,” he says.
“They’re way past their hatch-by date, so in an- “We are very grateful to Winger Subaru in Hamilton,
other week I’ll probably go in and remove the egg who let us have the vehicles at an excellent discount,
and also take away their nest,” he says. and we’re also grateful to the Natural Instincts Com-
By removing both egg and nest, the birds will pany of Rotorua who did the 4WD training for our vol-
be more strongly encouraged to try nesting for a unteers and also made several good suggestions about
third time, and may begin to do so within 10 days, improvements to our track.”
Mr Smuts-Kennedy says. Mr Mylchreest says the daily inspections will contin-
But he is not surprised the birds have been ue for some time, until special electronic surveillance
unsuccessful. equipment is set up right round the fence.
“Even experienced, more adult birds have only “But even then, there will always be a need for
about a 50 per cent chance of successfully breed- regular physical inspections at least a couple of times
ing, so the hopes for ﬁrst-timers like these are not a week, to make sure the fence is in good condition all
especially high.” the time.”
He says that in the wild, young adult takahe He says the volunteer group of inspectors is drawn
often play “uncle” or “aunty” to younger siblings from as far away as Hamilton, Matamata and other
over several years of hatchings by adult parent centres around the mountain and also includes several
birds, and by so doing the young birds learn the land-owners and their family members and a number
basics of building nests and raising a family. of trustees.
Pukeko do the same, he says. “To do the job properly takes about ﬁve hours for each
The two takahe have built their second nest vehicle. They start off from a central point and do half
in a dense patch of raupo in the three-hectare the track each, going in different directions.
Tautari Wetland area adjacent to the Southern “We send the volunteers out in pairs, both for safety
Enclosure of the ecological island. reasons and also because it’s a lot quicker if there is
Mr Smuts-Kennedy says raupo was one of the someone to open and close gates, and to always be
common nesting areas for takahe centuries ago, watching the fenceline while the other person drives.”
but this may be the ﬁrst time in European times The volunteers work on a roster to suit themselves
that takahe have nested in such a location. and other commitments.
“By the time Europeans got to New Zealand, PUKEATUA residents, Rex and Angela Brown captured this image My Mylchreest says that once the inspection system
takahe only lived in remote high-country in the of a vertical rainbow on Maungatautari on New Year’s Eve. Mrs is up and running, it is likely members of the public will
South Island, and since then have survived on Brown says: “My husband and I have lived at Pukeatua for six be offered the opportunity of riding in the vehicles to
off-shore islands where there is no raupo. months and every day, enjoy the view we have of Maungatautari. see the work and the views.
“Here they seem to have returned to their natu- We thought the picture presented a clear juxtaposition - the “There are some spectacular views along the track,
ral habitat, and it’s going to be really hard to get natural beauty and the man made pylon. Gladly the rainbow and it will give people the chance to see right round the
to,” he says. dominated the view.” mountain,” he says.
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PAGE 4 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
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PAGE 6 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
Local women make base
camp on Mount Everest
Late last year eight
intrepid women from
Te Awamutu (and one
from Hamilton) suc-
cessfully took on the
trek to Everest Base
Camp in Nepal. We’re starting the New Year with sharp deals on top
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made possible through
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Hillary to enable Everone loved the Camp which lies at warm.
trekkers and moun- yaks which are long 5363 metres. Life for the local
taineers to access the haired docile animals Many trekkers on the people in these areas
area more easily, and with huge horns and route suffered badly is very harsh indeed,
to assist the people a skirt of long hair from altitude sickness, and they welcome the
of this remote region. swinging as they walk. the symptons of which trekkers as they are
There are no roads into They wear bells to include loss of appitite an important source of
Lukla, it is just a tiny warn trekkers coming and inability to sleep, income for them.
hillside village. the opposite way that headaches, extreme Base Camp is a small
On arriving, some- they are approaching. breathlessness and rugged plateau covered
what white knuckled, There were many loss of energy. in boulders, with only
at Lukla, the local reminders of Edmond This is because at one permanent shelter
women and their por- Hilary along the way, Base Camp there is there.
ters commenced the and the group visited only 50% of oxygen in The women took
schools and tiny hos- the air as there is at photos sporting the 132 Kihikihi Road,
trek immediately as Te Awamutu
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villages, where every- and daughter had been basic with no warm with steep gorges,
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worse than usual
As well as horriﬁc violent ucts have security systems that computer, Christmas presents,
crimes committed in the region require codes, and these systems suitcase and clothing stolen.
this summer (as reported in should be utilised to foil offend- Thefts: Stainless steel water
Wednesday’s Courier), Police in ers obtaining value from stolen tank from Arapuni Road prop-
the region have been dealing with goods. erty. Blue Subaru legacy (XP
an unprecedented increase in SUMMARY OF CRIME IN THE 3849) from Osbornes Transport
property crimes. WEEK PRIOR TO CHRISTMAS yard. Steadcraft 5 metre boat,
Acting Senior Sergeant Gael Arrests: Man for theft and 65hp Evinrude outboard motor
Mockford says burglaries and trying to fraudulently obtain and trailer from Townshend Road
thefts historically increase dur- goods. Woman for trespassing at property. Two subwoofers from
ing this period, usually because Waikeria Prison and for hinder- boot of car parked at Carlton
it is simply easier pickings for ing and resisting a prison ofﬁcial. Street address. Owner asleep in
offenders. Man for warrant for failing to ap- back seat and offender seen and
But this year the rise has been pear in court and breaching bail. later arrested. Handbag from
worse than usual, a trend echoed Man for EBA. Man for driving The Ale House. Bag located in
throughout the Waikato and King while disqualiﬁed. Car impound- rubbish outside with cards and
Country. ed. Man for disorderly behaviour. licence stolen. Handbag from The
Ms Mockford says there are Burglaries: Chatsﬁeld Dairy. Redoubt. Contained sunglasses,
obviously some links between a Phone cards and confectionary phone, cash, keys and make-up.
number of the burglaries, with stolen. Earlybird Foodbar. Drinks Laptop computer, bag, wallet,
carefully planned offending in stolen. Waipa District Council. cards and cash from car parked
Hamilton, Te Awamutu, Cam- Laptop computers and computer at Ballance Street address. Stain-
bridge, Te Kuiti and Otorohanga. monitor stolen. Fonterra Trans- less steel BBQ and patio heater
She says the burglars had port. Laptop computer, digital from Downs Street property.
similar means of entry, targeted camera and overhead projector A worker at San Michele
isolated properties and stole simi- stolen. Bayley Road residence. Resthome also disturbed a male
lar items. DVDs, stereo, TV and clothing Maori intruder on the premises.
This year laptop computers and stolen. Christie Avenue residence. The offender knocked the staff
high-tech home electronics have DVD player, alcohol, Christmas member as he ran from the rear
been popular. presents and car stolen. Car in- of the premises.
Ms Mockford expects another volved in a crash in Morrinsville Police also received a complaint
wave of reported offending to then recovered abandoned in the from a woman that she had been
come next week as more people town later in day. Ohaupo Road assaulted three times by her
return for their holidays. residence. DVD player, laptop partner.
She says it is an important time
to think about security, especially
Fire Brigade notebook
in relation to the identiﬁcation of
property. Te Awamutu Volunteer Fire Walmsley Street.
Owners should keep a list of Brigade has attended the fol- December, 29. Private ﬁre
serial numbers as these are the lowing matters:
Farm Machinery Centre best and quickest means for po- December, 19. Animal rescue,
alarm, Alexandra Street.
January, 1. House ﬁre, Kaora
lice to identify and return stolen Cambridge Road.
PHONE 07 872 0291 property, and be in a position to December, 20. Meter board on
January, 4. Car ﬁre, Pokuru.
apprehend and gain convictions ﬁre. Flat Road.
Warren Longman (027) 289 6263 for offenders. January, 5. Rubbish ﬁre in
December, 25. Hangi ﬁre,
TELEPHONE - 07 872 0232 FACSIMILE - 07 871 8190 She says valuable items without Station Road. Private ﬁre park, Alexandra Street. Private
serial numbers, such as jewellery alarm, Alexandra Street. ﬁre alarm, Paterangi School.
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Grows ‘like a devil’
Jan Walker doesn’t pro- 0120712AD
fess to be much of a gar-
dener - there’s not enough
time to look after ﬂowers
So it is with some sur-
prise she has had success
with two giant cacti - by
About 10 years ago she
put two cuttings about
30cm long into the ground
Just spend the qualifying
right beside ‘The Devil’s
Stable’ at her and partner
Ian Vincent’s St Ledger
amount in one
While the cactus grew
strongly every year, it
transaction at any of the
never ﬂowered until a
couple of years ago.
At ﬁrst there were a
handful of ﬂowers, last
year about 60 and this
year over 200 - making a
Mrs Walker says the
blooms seem to like the
heat off the stable and
come out progressively
throughout the day and
SAVE UP TO
make a great sight late
afternoon and early
evening. They only last
about four days.
GIANT cacti in spect-
acular full ﬂower dwarf
Jan Walker at her St
Ledger Road property.
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Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 9
65 Sloane Street, Te Awamutu Te Awamutu Police 872 0100 Monday, January 1:
EMERGENCY 111 Burglaries: Bryce Street residence. Frozen meat
Ph (07) 871 7189 Email: email@example.com Te Awamutu Police have dealt with the follow- and X-Box stolen. Te Kawa Road residence. Aus-
ing matters: tralian cash stolen. Te Tahi Road residence. Lap-
Tuesday, December 26: top computer, DVD player, VCR, DVD’s and food
Burglary of Swarbrick Drive residence report- stolen. Vehicle also entered.
AUCTION - RELIABLE DRYSTOCK OPERATION ed. Playstation 2, games, two cellphones, wallet Intentional damage to car parked in Park Road
and keys stolen. reported.
Wednesday, December 27: Tuesday, January 2:
Man arrested for breaching bail. Theft of $100 note from customer of Alan’s Sec-
Thursday, December 28: ondhand Store reported. Two male Maori enter
Arrests: Four men for burglary of Waipa Dis- store at about 11am and one offender takes note
trict Council ofﬁces. Man for disorderly behav- customer is handing over to pay for items. Second
iour. man has a sword. Offenders described as aged be-
Burglary of Waipa District Council ofﬁces re- tween 16 and 20, one slim and one stocky.
ported. Computer equipment stolen. Wednesday, January 3:
Burglary and arson of Walmsley Street resi- Burglary of Kakaramea Road residence report-
dence reported. ed. Nothing stolen.
Friday, December 29: Thursday, January 4:
Man arrested for EBA. Two men arrested for theft of a mailbox.
MANGAWHIO FARMS 300.7900HA (743.252 ACRES) Burglaries: Herbert Street residence. Playsta- Car stolen from Hamilton found on ﬁre on Mor-
tion 2 stolen. Rotongata Road residence. Nothing gan Road.
• Situated 55km East-South East of • High calibre of improvements. stolen. Man apprehended for shoplifting from The
Te Awamutu Comfortable 5 bedroom homestead, Theft of a cellphone from The Redoubt report- Warehouse.
• Contour varies from ﬂat to easy 3 stand woolshed, 12 ASHB milking ed. Item returned. Theft of a battery from truck parked behind
shed, (3 phase power) calf rearing Saturday, December 30: main street stores reported.
rolling with the back country shed and 2 x implement sheds.
described as medium hill. Arrests: Two men for disorderly behaviour. Theft of a welldrilling truck from Barham Unit-
COMMENT: Man for failing to report to probation. ed Welldrillers reported.
• Consistently wintering 3,600-3,800 Attempted burglary of Pollard Drive resi- Friday, January 5:
su. Combination of breeding ewes, An appealing property in what is
generally regarded as summer safe dence reported. Offender disturbed and runs Arrests: Man for theft of above truck. Man for
dairy cows, bulls and steers and off. Tracked by dogs to nearby residence where a warrant to appear in court.
replacement heifers. - eczema free environment.
party is in progress. Offender not identiﬁed. Saturday, January 6:
OPEN DAY: 829 Mangawhio Road, Ngaroma Disorder on Mangapiko Street related to brawl Arrests: Man for burglary. Two men for breach-
in Kihikihi previous night. Two men identiﬁed ing bail.
Tuesday 16th January 2007, 10am - 1pm and arrested for taking part in the brawl. Intentional damage: Car parked in Puniu Road.
TO BE AUCTIONED: Friday 26th January 2007 at 2pm Sunday, December 31: Exterior shop lights in Lyon Street. Shop window
Theft of a car from Eden Avenue reported. in Sloane Street.
Ngaroma Hall, Wairehi Road, Ngaroma. Auctioneer: Stuart Gudsell Located in Ascot Place and returned. Offender Victim Support is available in Te Awamutu
For further information please contact the below marketing agents. identiﬁed. through Te Awamutu Police.
Contact: Stuart Gudsell - A/h: 07 871 4154, 021 951 737
Contact: Bob Wilson - A/h: 07 870 1827, 0274 977 113 Justices of Peace ranks on the rise
Te Awamutu Jus- turu, Lynette Stafford training events and an appointed to the new
tices of the Peace were of Kawhia, and more informative meeting position of branch liai-
EDUCATION FEATURE 2007 updated on the bill recently, Debbie Pilk- addressed by commu- son training ofﬁcer.
Thursday 18th January revamping the provi- ington of Te Rau-a-moa nity constable Richard
sions of the 1957 Act and Jacqui Wellington Hurrell.
If you wish to advertise your school, at their annual general of Wharepapa South. The branch, which Weather Min
after school care, courses, school gear etc meeting. Four more nomina- comprises 65 mem- Arohena - - -
The new bill is ex- tions have been for- bers covering a wide Kihikihi - - -
call.... pected to be enacted warded to Wellington area, returned Pamela
Heather or sometime this year. for consideration. Groube as president,
Dorinda Four Justices of the During 2006, Te Bill Fullerton as vice Pirongia
Peace were sworn in Awamutu Branch en- president and Norris
on 871 5151 during the year - Fiona joyed two highly suc- Hall as branch regis-
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PAGE 10 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
Kihikihi brothers head to
sea, to see - each other
Shannon Heke of
graduated from his
initial training in the
Navy with an academic
achievement award. UP TO
Shannon joins his
older brother in the
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Shannon has com- 4 stroke or 2 stroke •
pleted training cover-
ing general service 19” cut •
knowledge, kit main- Mulch or catch •
tenance and presenta-
tion, naval ceremonial Shannon Heke being awarded his certiﬁcate from the Navy’s New Entry
and parade training, School Ofﬁcer - Lieutenant Commander Dave Casey. Photo: NZDF Ofﬁcial.
physical education and
recreational training, terminology and rou- Joint Forces, Rear a period of leave over
weapon training, basic tines, and naval excel- Admiral Jack Steer, the Christmas period
seamanship, situ- lence - all designed to reviewed the parade, prior to commencing
ational self-leadership, provide a foundation of welcomed the trainees further branch/trade
sea survival, damage skills for his career in to the Navy and award- training - specialising
control and ﬁre ﬁght- the Navy. ed the prizes. as a seaman combat
ing, ﬁrst aid, shipboard The Commander Shannon is enjoying specialist.
Two-calling Tyquin coming to town
Darren Tyquin is a colourful Mr Tyquin and his wife Jill broadcaster, Victorian station
character who combines his will be sharing some amazing Radio 3UZ.
strong Christian faith with a stories about how their goals After he and his wife moved
love of horse racing. have been fulﬁlled and of his to New Zealand in 1999, he was
Known in the racing indus- recent appointment by the New appointed race caller for meet-
try as ‘The Reverent’ - he is Zealand Racing Board as senior ings in the Te Aroha, Matamata,
respected in both major areas race caller - taking over from Tauranga, Rotorua group.
of his life. Reon Murtha who is stepping He has also been involved
The Christian Centre has ar- down after 47 years as premier with calling for other clubs and 012TC008-07
ranged for him to speak at Tay- South Island caller. has had a role with Trackside
lor’s Restaurant this Sunday, at Mr Tyquin’s own impressive Television.
three miracle healing meetings track record covers a race call- For more information about
that take place from 10am, 2pm ing career that started in 1982 Sunday’s meetings, contact
and 7pm (admission free). with Australia’s leading race Bruce Judd at 027 246 8664.
Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 11
Paddy’s Day theme for
Food and Wine Festival
The Lions Club of Te Awamutu attend - part of the growth and will also be entertainment for
2007 Food and Wine Festival fundraising strategy for Lions. the children.
coincides with St Patrick’s Day, But the $10 entry for adults Tickets are available from
a good excuse to bring another (children are free) includes a Tuesday, and with limited
dimension to the growing and souvenir wine glass, handy for numbers available, those
popular event. all the sampling. wanting to attend are advised
Saturday, March 17 - the last A number of well known to buy early.
day or daylight saving - will see wineries and boutique breweries They are available from
a touch of the blarney come to are already conﬁrmed, plus Te Awamutu, Cambridge
Selwyn Park. many food outlets will be serving and Dinsdale Liquorlands,
• NANCY MULLER Building on the success of last Te Awamutu i-SITE Visitor
their various specialties.
• BARRY TUNNICLIFF year’s event, the 2007 Festival Information Centre, Rosetown
will include all day live music, Entertainment runs all day Print, Te Awamutu Jewellery
• COLLIN & CO from 10am until 6pm.
• MURRAY MCPHERSON including an Irish concert over Boutique and Te Awamutu
lunchtime. The ﬁnale will be the 3 Motors.
APPEARING: A number of the exhibitors Brothers Band - the three For more information, or to
TE AWAMUTU plus
will be including an Irish
theme, and there will be both
Nooyen boys of Vilagrad fame
- showing off their musical
enquire about being part of the
event, phone the Te Awamutu
COLLEGE HALL 7.30PM Guinness and Murphy’s famous talents. i-SITE Visitor Information
3RD FEBRUARY brews on hand. Food, tasting and drinks will Centre (871 3259) or check the
TICKETS FROM: This year there is a charge to be available all day and there www.teawamutu.co.nz website.
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From page 5. For more than 20 years they as much as possible, but in a
They leased the farm and Mr were keen square dancers, a smaller, more manageable van
Pittams came to work at the pig hobby which got them out of the these days.
farm at Korakonui. house, kept them ﬁt and took They say it was terriﬁc to
Mrs Pittams worked at them around the world. receive well wishes from fam-
Tokanui Hospital for a time as As well as dancing their way ily and friends after 60 years
around New Zealand, the Pit- together and the celebrations
tams also visited Australia, were a real thrill.
The couple initially lived at America and Canada - all in the Another thrill was the card
the pig farm, but had bought a name of square dancing. from Her Majesty.
section in Te Awamutu and pro- When the dancing got a bit Mr Pittams says he used to
ceeded to build a new home - the much for them, they joined the joke about living to 100 to get a
same home they are still in.
New Purpose Built Units As well as farming together
Motor Caravan Association,
bought a motor home and con-
message from Queen Elizabeth.
He says he will still do it, or die
for so many years, the Pittams tinued their love of travel. trying, and looks forward to an-
have enjoyed the same hobbies. They still get on the road other card.
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PAGE 12 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
Kara rides in great grandfather’s
‘hoofsteps’ as clerk of course
Filled Boxing Day role at Pirongia races with aplomb
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KARA ADAM enjoys the challenge of the important role of clerk of the course at the Pirongia
Boxing Day races. Photo supplied.
By Grant Johnston to the mid 1960s. He was also out of the local Hollinshead sta-
Biggest present of the festive master of the hunt at Rangitikei bles as John’s Choice, but these
season for Te Awamutu 17- Hunt Club. days does open eventing under
year-old, Kara Adam, came on Kara’s parents are Steve and the name of Whata Dude. 132 Kihikihi Road,
Julie Adam of Parklands Road. When the course announcer Te Awamutu
She was called in as an ‘11th explained the connection be- Phone 871 3079
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Pirongia Boxing Day races - she unable to ofﬁciate. - including Kara herself.
‘had the breeding’ for the job. Her 16 hands high chestnut Len Gore, a trainer who had a
Kara’s great grandfather, the Toby is an ex race horse and horse racing at Pirongia, made
late Percy Adam, was clerk of along with Kara did an impec- himself known to Kara and ex-
the course at Rangitikei Racing cable job on the day. plained that he had known her
Club in the late 1950s through By Stark South, Toby raced great grandfather well.
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Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 13
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• Transporting all types of Bulk MISMATCH: Emily Hudson (Te Awamutu College) up against Nathan Twaddle (world champion)
and Wairangi Jones (College deputy principal) in the erg competition at Karapiro. Photo supplied
Product to your satisfaction A group of Te Awamutu Col- range of topics - personal history, Bruce Crowther of Finn and
• Sand - Metal - Lime, etc. lege students enjoyed the op-
portunity to get one over deputy
sports history, achievements, mo-
Partners said the day’s outing
was not a recruitment drive for
principal Wairangi Jones prior to An erg competition followed to rowers (or accountants).
• Truck and loader hire
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Banklink, principal sponsors against Mr Jones. ers, or any high achievers from
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Finn and Partners Chartered Ac- on a tour of the Rowing New Zea- “It is hoped, however, that the
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worldchampionpairNathanTwad- boats and training equipment. their future development.”
dle and George Bridgewater.
Finn and Partners nominated
Te Awamutu College to be the
Ballinger open singles champ
recipients of this privilege. Noel Ballinger beat Mick by Ballinger on ends 17-19
Mr Jones took 15 Year 9 and Barron 22-16 despite winning proved decisive.
10 boys and girls by bus to Lake only 11 of 23 ends in the ﬁnal In the semi-ﬁnals, Ballinger
Pirongia Road, RD6 Phone 871 4366 • Fax 871 5401 Karapiro. of the men’s open singles at Te ousted Laurie Greenaway 21-
Te Awamutu Mobile 0274 78 78 30 The students heard from Twad- Awamutu Bowling Club. 10, while Barron eliminated
dle and Bridgewater on a wide An eight shot winning streak Bruce Amas 21-14.
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DEBRA BROCKELSBY with her Datsun 1200 between races at Kihikihi Speedway.
By Colin Thorsen way nation-wide, while produc- teenager.
There was much jubilation tion saloons are also booming Her Datsun 1200 creates plen-
among the ‘fairer sex’ after all locally. ty of interest with its quirky ex-
three mini stock races were won “It’s great to see so many girls pressions - like ‘Blondie, warn-
by female drivers at McDonald’s taking up the sport and enjoy- ing legally blonde’, ‘Push past or • Ensuite room available
Kihikihi Speedway. ing their share of success.” get off my arse’ and ‘Sexy babes
Brockelsby says a lot of her drive cars’.
“It just proves that girls can
Matamata school mates race Brockelsby became interested
• Extensive activities programme
do anything if they put their
mini stocks, mostly at Paradise in speedway as a spectator
mind to it,” says race one win-
ner Amy Pitt (15) of Huntly.
Raceway in Rotorua. watching her father (Graham) • Weekly trips in our bus with hoist
It was the second year run- race his Chev saloon at Waihi
Matamata’s Debra Brockels- ning that she has chalked up a and Bay Park.
by (15) took out race two, while win at Kihikihi, to go with her “I told him that I wanted to • Easy access gardens to enjoy
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the rest is history - I started the
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“I’ve had a good run at Bay mini stock stampede at Kihikihi She says the boys don’t like
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paradise at Rotorua.
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Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 15
Brenton Thompson off to
-FARMERS- under-17 cricket nationals
We are Y our Te Awamutu batsman Bren-
ton Thompson has played his
way into the Northern Districts
ment to accompany his Ham-
ilton Boys High School 1st XI
team in the Gillette Cup ﬁnals
Rural Specialists representative cricket team for
the national under-17 tourna-
ment in Napier from January
in Palmerston North.
Waikato Valley is keen to pro-
mote the game of cricket in our
Several of the Black Caps We now have a development
Providing cost effective launched their careers repre-
senting ND at this level, includ-
ofﬁcer at junior level, Grant
Robinson, who is based at Sed-
ing Daryl Tuffey, Scott Styris, don Park in Hamilton.
solutions for... Daniel Vettori and Robbie Hart.
The team was selected after
All boys aged 10 years up-
wards are eligible to trial for
the completion of the Northern the Waikato Valley South teams
Districts under-17 tournament at under-14, under-15 and un-
at the Harry Barker Reserve in der-17 level.
Gisborne last month. Local Waikato Valley com-
Thompson was one of seven mittee person for our region is
Te Awamutu players in the Janine Missen.
Waikato Valley South team, The under-17 team to Gis-
along with Andrew Powell, Pe- borne was the ﬁrst to go to a
ter West, Matthew Seabright, tournament under the new
George Hollobon, Stu Weal and BRENTON THOMPSON name of Waikato Valley South.
Peter Bocock. Midway through last year an
He top scored at the tourna- West opened both the batting amalgamation was formed be-
ment with 87 in a thrilling one and bowling. His top score with tween Midlands Junior Cricket
wicket loss to Bay of Plenty the bat was 69 to go with best and Thames Valley Junior
Coastlands. bowling ﬁgures of 1-19 off 10 Cricket, resulting in the mi-
Waikato Valley South scored overs and 3-8 off seven overs. nor association now known as
246 off their allotted 50 overs. Powell’s wicket-keeping was Waikato Valley.
In a nail-biting ﬁnish, Coast- reportedly of a high standard There are still two represent-
● Contouring and land development lands took the game with one throughout the entire tourna- ative teams (a South team and a
ball to spare. ment. Plains team) but the boundaries
● Feed pads and building sites Other players to have out- Peter Bocock, who came to the have changed to encourage a
standing tournaments and who party with useful run contribu- more even spread of players.
were unlucky not to make the tions most matches and had a South now incorporates the
ND team were Peter West and top score of 47, made a quick Midlands region plus the wider
keeper Andrew Powell. turn around after the tourna- Matamata district.
Pirongia Xl triumph over Te Awamutu Sports Gold in run-fest
Pirongia headed at Pirongia. Best of the Gold Brett Christopher 41,
Te Awamutu Sports Dave Pickering made team’s bowlers were Graeme Stewart 41,
Gold by 11 runs when a ﬂying start to the Calvin Blyde with 4-33 Calvin Blyde 29 and
the opening round of new year top scoring and Webber Stewart Janus Botha 23 all
Waikato Valley second with 72. 2-46. made useful contribu-
division championship Hamish Crooks 48, Te Awamutu Sports tions.
commenced on Satur- Richard Douch 40 and Gold made a good ﬁst Andrew McPherson
day. Mark Harrison 39no of trying to reach their 2-23, and Richard
The Mountain Men also looked in good target, ﬁnishing on Douch 2-15 enjoyed
posted a formidable touch after the holiday 254/9. success at the bowling
265 all out batting ﬁrst break. Hamish Forsman 51, crease.
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subdivisional area. Aotea estate - 14 sites available,
Guy Pilkingrtall your
$330,000 price range $135,000 - $220,000
Phone ger, fo Preston Rd extension.
acts Mana 5 bedroom home in top condition,
- Rural Contr ies on
1 x 4 bedroom home, 2 storey. large garage, harbour view. $350,000
rural enquir 829
ob 021 371 2 storey, 3 bedroom. $369,975
871 4057 m
Small cottage, flat section, ‘the kiwi
07 0363 Lot 11, 3 bedroom, ensuite. $399,950 bach’. In good area. $200,000
a/h 07 871
WE URGENTLY REQUIRE
YOUR PROPERTY TO SELL.
FOR A FREE APPRAISAL
GARRY MAUGHAN REG STOKES CHERYL FROGGATT
PHONE OFFICE OR AGENTS After Hours 871 7247 After Hours 871 8583 After Hours 871 8033
Mobile 0274 725 602 Mobile 027 293 9992 Mobile 021 107 0887
WAIPA PROPERTY LINK
REAL ESTATE AGENTS - 183 Alexandra Street
Bond Road • Te Awamutu MREINZ ☎ (07) 871 7146
PAGE 16 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
January Sale * Fresh Stock!
NO DEPOSIT FINANCE TAP*
98 NISSAN NAVARA 99 TOYOTA ECHO VITZ 96 NISSAN PULSAR GTI
2.7 diesel, 5 spd, 2WD, single 6 in stock, 3 dr or 5 dr, auto 1.8 twincam, 5 speed, only
cab, brand new flatdeck, air and manual, all low km 35km, alloys, CD, sunroof,
con, p/s, bench seat, new examples, dual SRS, ABS, spoiler, full electrics, SRS,
shape, excellent CD players, scoop ABS, this car is as new,
ute, very hard purchase to save big engine Pulsar,
to find at this you $$$! first to view will
price! No dep TAP buy! No dep TAP.
No dep tap.
$12,990 $8,990 $8,990
SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY
97 NISSAN PULSAR SRV 00 NISSAN CHILLER 97 MAZDA PROCEED 4WD
1.5 twincam, 5 dr, only 46kms, Caravan 3.2 diesel, 5spd, factory chiller/ New gen 2.5 inter turbo diesel, full
dual SRS, ABS, roof rails, freezer van, neg 7 seater, alloys, bars, rails,
new alloys, nudge 18 to freeze, 3 x tinted glass, wide body,
bar, nice audio, temp controlled all electrics,
stunning in compartments, Mazda select
black, mint car, a must see for import, first to
high spec! butchers etc, view will buy!
No dep tap. mint unit. No dep TAP.
No dep TAP.
$8,990 $14,990 $11,990
SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY
99 NISSAN BLUEBIRD SSS 02 MITSUBISHI LANCER
2.0 twincam 16V, very high spec
model, 6 speed hyper CVT,
with every vehicle over $4990 sold in January you
Wagon, Cedia touring model, 1.8
GDI, CVT, multi SRS, ABS,
new alloys, sports interior, receive at no extra cost: factory tinted glass,
dual SRS, ABS, CD, • 12 MONTHS FREE SERVICING alloys, Alpine CD,
every power • 12 MONTHS REGISTRATION sports interior,
option, a very • FULL TANK OF FUEL all electrics,
nice car, must • ALL ON-ROAD COSTS INCLUDED low kms &
see. No dep TAP. • SPECIAL FINANCE INTEREST RATE immaculate.
• $1000 DISCOUNT VOUCHER (on all cars over $4990) No dep TAP.
• FREE 24 MONTH WARRANTY ON EUROPEAN VEHICLES
• FREE BAND EXPANDER
SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY LIMITED TIME ONLY!! SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY
97-99 NISSAN ELGRAND-V 97 MITSUBISHI LANCER MX 98 MITSUBISHI LEGNUM
Full 8 seater, luxury coaches, Saloon, auto, SRS, CD player, sold Sports, wagon, 2.5 V6 quadcam,
3.2 or 3.0 DI engines, & serviced by us, one local sports suspension, 17" alloys, Alpine
fully optioned, choice owner, excellent condition 3 in-dash CD, sunroof, 2 x SRS,
of 5 in stock now, throughout, car alarm, ABS, bodykit, tinted glass,
best coaches must to view! bright red, low
on the market, No dep TAP. kms, stunning.
we are Elgrand No dep TAP.
$13,990 $5,990 $11,990
SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY
95 MITSUBISHI MAGNA GLX-I 97 NISSAN CARAVAN 87 HONDA LEGEND COUPE
NZ new, low kms, 2.6 EFi, auto, 4WD, 2.7 diesel, 5 speed, 2.5 V6, full options, registered
tow kit, stereo, Dec '95 LWB, switchable 4WD with new WOF, sunroof,
reg, nice colour, popular (drive in 2WD or alloys, tidy order,
model in excellent 4WD), tow bar, sold drives very nice,
condition, be & serviced by us, first in first
quick! local van, excellent served, bargain,
No dep TAP. order, low kms, a cash only.
No dep TAP.
$4,990 $7,990 $1,100
SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY SPECIAL PRICE - DRIVEAWAY
OVER 130 VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM!
• FREEPHONE 0800 16 90 90 • PHONE 07 871 4187 •
A/Hrs Justin 027 271 4310 • Phil 027 477 8569 No Deposit TAP
RMVT M100853 www.whmotors.co.nz *Subject to Finance Co approval
MAIN SOUTH ROAD • TE AWAMUTU • OPEN 7 DAYS
Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 17
BUILDERS & TRADESMEN
Native Timber PLUMBING
• Melteca Kitchens
T.A. TILES • Plumbing
Urban and Rural Specialists
Specialists in porcelain, ceramic
• Timber Kitchens and mosaic tiles • Gas Fitting • Heating
• Exterior & Interior Joinery • Drainage • Water Tanks
Stockists of Aba grouts and adhesives • Roofing • Plumbing Supplies
92 Bruce Berquist Drive,
Phone: 871 6188 FULL LAYING SERVICE
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our showroom at: Ph. 07 870 1520
Cnr Benson/Bond Roads Fax. 07 870 1521
T Awamutu IAN. 027 443 4379
INTERNAL GUTTER SYSTEMS AND FASCIA
- Internal gutter new or replaced
John Wood - Choice of 5” or 6”
0274 778 736 - Wide range of colours
Phone 07 870 5020 - New and existing homes
Roche Street, Te Awamutu
FREE consultation on all spouting services
Phone Hamish Watson today
0800 772887 0274 GUTTER or 07 843 6327
R U RAL PROFESS IONALS
24 hour guaranteed service
We POOL our ✔ Dairy farm installation,
knowledge to give automation & maintenance
you the best ✔ Industrial - Commercial - Residential ■ SEPTIC TANKS
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With the pool season upon us,
we provide complete pool
■ ALL TRADE WASTES
Phone. 870 1060
services so that you can have the
pure fun & enjoyment of your pool!
• Pool valet service
Fax. 870 1062 871 5609 ALL HOURS 250TC507/99
Ring to book & management
• Pool Sales, construction,
your FREE Onsite
• Commercial, domestic,
EFFLUENT Rosetown Waikato Fencing
Digger & Truck Hire
• Pumps & filtration systems
• Automatic pool cleaners
• Salt pools & chlorinators
• Free water testing, – Moving Spray irrigator – • Residential fences • Retaining walls
• Section clearing • Site work
recommendations & chemicals
• Solar heating, heat pumps, – Environmentally friendly – • Farm races
• Rock breaker
• Post driving
gas & electric
• Spa pools sales & service • Hole drilling 250mm-600mm
• Large range of products Experienced Owner/Operator • 6 Wheeler trucks and trailers
& accessories instore • 8 Wheeler transporter up to 16 tonne
MARK and DEBBIE WEAL
0800 RUSS WATER Visit our Retail Shop
Te Rahu Road, Te Awamutu Phone Rodney 0274 926 008
871 3100 496 Ohaupo Rd Phone (07) 871 6437, 027 4 514 732 A/H 07 870 2282
CORBOY Dial An Expert T.D.C.C.H
un ts ” Now available in QUALIFIED RURAL
“w he n ex pe rie nc e co
• Excavator Hire COLOUR WORKFORCE
• Contouring & Bulldozing
• Farm Drainage & Racework BLACK & WHITE $41.50 + GST • Milking • General labour
• Truck & Loader Hire COLOUR $51.50 + GST • Fencing • Knapsack weed spraying
• Grader & Rollers CASUAL $56.50 + GST
• Metal Supplies & Cartage Best in the district ~ references available
of Aggregates For bookings & more DON’T MISS OUT BOOK NOW!
Ph Cactus • Underpass Installation information contact
(07) 871 1803
• Driveway Hotmixing and Alan Price...871 5151 phone 0800 845 322
Chipsealing 280TC501-03 website: www.tdcch.co.nz
PAGE 18 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
RAFFLES FINANCIAL TO LET TO LET TO LET
Formal Notices PIPE Band, winner no. NO one knows farm KIHIKIHI share TWO bedroom unit,
22, B. Siemonek.
Thank you for your
finance better, Fraser
Farm Finance. Phone
A1 SELF house, $75 p/w plus
expenses. Phone 871-
very handy, private,
carport, $190, three
BIRTHS IN MEMORIAM support. (021) 951-170. STORAGE 6682. weeks bond. Phone
New facility, many 871-6234.
ROCHDALE U16 sizes, good rates,
Sonia and Austin are Marching Team, raf- FOR HIRE security and 7 LANDLORDS
delighted to announce fle winners results. day access. Wishing your property PUBLIC NOTICES
the arrival of their 1st, 189 L Campbell, to be managed by a
baby girl, Emjay
2nd, 938 J Batey, 3rd, or (0274) 783 085 recognised professional? ALCOHOLICS
Pearl, born on De- 711 R Brew, 4th 859
cember 16th, 2006, TENANTS ANONYMOUS
DERBYSHIRE - K Dodunski. Thank
weighing 4230 gms Needing help finding If you want to
you for your support.
(9lb 5oz) at River
Ridge Birth Centre. A
Betty. Sixteen years
later, still loved and CABIN accommodation which
suits your needs?
drink, that’s your
big thanks to all our missed by family and PERSONAL ON YOUR SITE IF YOU WANT TO
family and friends for friends. Contact Francene
STOP, THAT’S OURS
all their support and
FOR property convey- on 871-7146,
a special thanks to
CHURCH NOTICES ancing matters call Mobile Phone 871-4072
870-4991, James Par- or 870-3463
our awesome midwife
lane Solicitor. (027) 289-3952 PO Box 194
A warm welcome
Michelle Keen. 871-6287 a/h Te Awamutu
awaits you this LADIES available Waipa Property
MORRISON. Tony Sunday Many uses. Fully insulated,
and Alison (nee from 11am. Phone Link Ltd. MREINZ
Spence) are proud to at our 9.30am 870-3479 or (027) 344- TABLE linen hire, power, 3.6m x 2.4m KAWHIA
3749. No texting. Sincerity Drycleaners. Rent only $45 p/w, ONE bedroom, large
announce the early service held at plus delivery, FIREWORKS
but safe arrival of RATANUI Lodge is Phone 871-5471. flat, close to town,
St John’s Minimum 6 months $160 p/w. Phone 871-
their son Blake Liam. offering respite care My sincere thanks to
A cute little brother Anglican Church For a detailed brochure 2171 or (0274) 407- all who contributed
in Ohaupo. Phone (07) FOR LEASE Phone 0800-111-344
for Cheyanne. Born Arawata Street, 823-8361 or (021) 184- 101. financially to the New
December 20, 2006 at Te Awamutu 1617. INDUSTRIAL board-
or visit us on the web Year’s Eve fireworks.
11.25pm weighing Contact: George SHAPE up for sum-
ing for lease, 85m², www.cabin4u.co.nz SAFE ‘N’ SOUND It is with your help the
2440 gms (5lbs 6oz), New Year celebrations
at Waikato Women’s 871-9738 mer, lose 2-10kg,
ideal for busi- STORAGE display continues
Hospital, many easy. Phone (08) 329-
ness/storage, moni- FLATMATE to be enjoyed by
tored alarm included, Lock up
thanks to all con- K I HI K I HI 5187. yard space, $200 p/w. WANTED storage units so many.
cerned. PRESBYTERIAN Phone (0274) 407-101. LOOKING for a flat- Lou Sherman - Organiser
PEARSON. Michael TUITION Electric Security Fence
C H UR C H mate to join two
and Christina are young girls at a cost
proud to announce Sunday, WANTED TO RENT of $100 a week for Camera and patrolled PUBLIC NOTICE
the arrival of Harri- January 14 DEFENSIVE rent. Newly built surveillance Section 64(3)
son Nicholas Michael, 9.30am: DRIVING PROFESSIONAL house in good area of Phone 871-2171 Sale of Liquor Act
born December 29, working couple, seek- 1989
Morning Worship COURSES ing house to rent in
Te Awamutu. Please
or (0274) 407-101
2006, weighing 3350 phone Shannon Ing- Te Awamutu Rugby
gms (7lb 6oz). A little Rev. F Levi Phone now rural area, references Proud to be Locally
ham 8.00am - 5.00pm Sports and Recrea-
brother for Katelyn, Everyone Welcome Gary Gwynne available. Phone (07) on (07) 871-5630 or owned and operated tion Club (Inc) has
Jacob, Matthew, Enquiries Rev F Levi 884-4317. call in and see her at made application to
Lucah and Jaedi. 871-6011 07 827-4443
REGISTERED nurse Ingham Honda Te TE AWAMUTU the District Licensing
Many thanks to our Awamutu. Agency at Waipa Dis-
awesome midwife requires two - three SELF STORAGE
FORMAL NOTICES bedroom house. Pref- From $17 p/w
trict Council, Te Awa-
Isabella Watson and mutu for the renewal
the staff at MAFAU. erably semi rural, be- FOUR bedroom house, 24hr access
tween Te Awamutu Kihikihi, paddock for Camera Surveillance of a club Licence in
DEATH NOTICES Te Awamutu and Hamilton. Phone livestock, $300 p/w. PH: (07) 856-7584 respect of the prem-
ises situated at Albert
Sue (021) 145-2905. Phone Jan 870-6317 or (027) 608-1749
CRESSWELL - Ray- Funeral Services Ltd TWO bedroom home,
home or (07) 823-2080
THREE bedroom farm
Park Drive, Te Awa-
mond John Gilbert. work.
Passed away peace- close to town, careful cottage, Korokonui The general nature of
fully in Tauranga on tenants. Phone 871- area, no dogs, refer- the business conducted
FOUR bedroom house,
December 31, 2006 in 4720. ences required. Phone under the licence is
three levels, double
his 90th year. Beloved garage, $260 p/w. (07) 572-3571. Sports Club.
husband of the late Phone David 871- The days on which and
Beryl. Much loved THREE bedrooms plus
father of May, Lucy, Alexandra House Catering 7833. office, double garage, the hours during which
the liquor is sold under
vacant January 22,
Gordon, Trixie, 570 ALEXANDRA STREET, TE AWAMUTU $300 p/w. Phone 872- the licence are Monday
Robert, Raymond, CHURCH NOTICES to Thursday 6.00pm to
John and their fami- – Office, Chapel and Reception Lounge – 7972.
lies. A service was For compassionate and caring service call TE AWAMUTU PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THREE - four bed- 5.00pm to 12 midnight,
held in Tauranga on rooms, deck, fireplace, Saturday 12 noon to 12
January 3, 2007. Rest David and Helen Houppermans St Andrew’s ~ SUNDAY, JANUARY 14 midnight and Sunday
garage, large section,
in peace Pop. Paul L’Huillier or Ian Croft $280 p/w. Phone (09) 12 noon to 10.00pm.
MORGAN - Graeme Member of Griefcare and FDANZ 9.00am: Rev. Diane 820-2622 or (027) 229- The application may be
Lewis. (Formerly of 10.15am: at Baptist Church Enquiries to 7909. inspected during ordi-
Parawera). On Janu-
ary 8, 2007 at home,
PHONE (07) 871 5131 ALL HOURS Guest speaker from the US 871-6609 TIDY three bedroom nary office hours at the
office of the Te Awa-
after a battle with cottage in Pukeatua
mutu District Licens-
cancer. Loved and CHURCH NOTICES For more information see our website area, no dogs, $140
ing Agency at Waipa
cherished husband of p/w. Phone (07) 872-
on www.teawamutu.net/standrews 011TC202/07 4711. District Council, 101
Jocelyn for 45 years.
TE AWAMUTU Bank Street, Te Awa-
THE CHURCH @
Loved and respected TIDY three bedroom mutu.
father and father-in-
law of Brenda, Suz- BIBLE CHAPEL home at Te Awamutu. Any person who is en-
Walking distance to titled to object and who
anne and Graeme Chapel Drive, Te Awamutu 3800 town, careful tenants
Branford (South Aus- wishes to object to the
with good references grant of the application
tralia), Gwyn and Sunday, January 14, 2007 1310 Racecourse Rd - Ph 871-3888 only. Please phone may, not later than 10
Tracey, and Rodney 10.00am: LIFE LINK - A series on (07) 825-0199.
and Kirsten. Much working days after the
loved Grandad of REFRESH, REVIVE, REJUVENATE SATURDAY - 7pm / SUNDAY - 10am TWO bedroom unit,
date of the first publi-
Olivia, Samantha and cation of this notice,
THE ZONE - for Kids - Sunday 10am close to town, not file a notice in writing
Thomas. A celebra- Refresh, Revive, Dawn Raine - (021) 148-2224 suitable for children of the objection with
tion of Graeme’s life
will be held in the Rejuvenate... TRIBAL YOUTH
or pets, access to
swimming pool, lim-
the Secretary of the
Seddon Park Chapel, Anthony Campbell - (021) 048-3961 ited off street park- Agency at Waipa Dis-
corner Seddon Road ing, $160 p/w. Phone
ROSETOWN COUNSELLING ~ 871-3977 trict Council, Private
and Somerset Street, (027) 565-6565. Bag 2402, Te Awa-
Hamilton on Friday,
January 12, 2007 at CHURCH NOTICES
11.00am, followed by This is the first publi-
private cremation. In cation of this notice.
lieu of flowers a me- Te Awamutu Christian Centre
morial donation to
A fresh look at
THIS Three Miricle
life from the Psalms AY
would be appreciated Healing Meetings
and may be posted to S This Sunday
PO Box 325, Hamil- This week: “Soul Restoration”
ton, or left at the ser- With Jill and Darren Tyquin
vice. All communica- Taylors Restaurant
tions to the Morgan During the holidays there is no Greenhill Drive
Powerhouse (children’s church),
Family C/- PO Box 10am - 2pm - 7pm
5523, Frankton, Ham- NITE church or cafe.
ilton. Seddon Park For more information phone enquiries: 870 2225
Your new testament church in the heart of the Waikato
Funeral Home, Ham- email@example.com
Brian 870-2287 - Ofﬁce 871-8667 Your New Testament Church in the heart of the Waikato
Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 19
SPORTS NOTICES SPORTS NOTICES SPORTS NOTICES FOR SALE GARAGE SALE WANTED TO BUY LIVESTOCK FOR
puppies, m & f, eight Saturday, signs out at HOUSE HEADING/Huntaway
weeks, ready now,
WANTED puppies, eight weeks,
Phone (07) 872-8099. short haired border-
sorts. Three bedrooms, collie bitch (working
PIRONGIA WAIPA TENNIS CAKE TINS EVERYTHING must Te Awamutu area, dog, mother of pups),
GOLF CLUB CLUB FOR hire, boards and go, tools, toys, camp- anything three years. Contact
School Holiday paper for sale,
ing gear, air strider, considered in Sarah (07) 876-7304
Weekend Golf TWILIGHT Programme Renshaws Butchery.
kitchen ware, light early to mid or (07) 876-7322.
fittings, outboard, $200’s.
Mixed 54 hole Monday January 15 Date starting Phone 871-6470.
motorcycle gear, etc. LIVESTOCK
Sponsored January 16 16 Whitaker Street, Phone 871-8868
Sponsored by then concluding on FIREWOOD WANTED
Pirongia Open Ingham Honda Kihikihi, 8am.
January 25 SUMMER special, till
27 / 28 January 2007 SATURDAY 13th,
Tees open 4 - 6pm All enquiries please the end of February.
from 8am, 30 Moule
WANTED AC PETFOODS
0930 Shotgun start 5m³ - $150, 10m³ -
on Day One Entry $5.00 phone Quentin on Street, Kihikihi,
Meals available $8.00
871-5988 $270. Phone (07) 873-
HOUSE sitting posi- Now Buying
Entry Fee $40 9190 evenings, mobile tion wanted, prefer Te
includes Gross, Nett GRAND PRIZE - $1000 (021) 617-349. Awamutu area. Phone
Stableford and Two’s of travel vouchers BUSINESS SUPER PETS (021) 130-9590. 0800-834-222
SHEEP, three ewes,
For more Play 5 or more of the last 9 DEALS suit lifestyle block,
information email twilights, and those cards go LORIKEETS cuddly GRAZING
shorn, $130 the lot. BUSINESS
firstname.lastname@example.org into the final night draw on AIR FILLS Phone (07) 872-8099.
pets or aviary. Phone
or call (07) 872-8170 March 12 ON site filling. Spence (027) 671-5165.
Marine phone 871- SIZE 16 plus sixth
form girls uniform, Te PALM KERNEL WORK from home,
TO LET 7711. VEHICLES hours to suit, extra
WANTED SOURCE NZ $1000 per month.
HARCOURTS BLUE RIBBON ONCE skirt and two shirts,
$20 each. Phone 871- Immediately available Phone (08) 324-9666.
REALTY MREINZ OVER 6391 after 4.00pm.
DEAD CARS for delivery, quality
product, professional PROPERTIES FOR
A thorough clean with
Address Suburb Rental Type Bedrooms attention to detail STOVE Cash Paid service, freight options.
SHACKLOCK chef, Call SourceNZ on
From $60 0508 SOURCENZ
U2, 65 Blundell Ave Te Awamutu $200p/w UNT 2 old but goes well, fair
* (0508-768-723) RURAL section,
434 Mangapiko Te Awamutu $295p/w HOU 4 condition, $75. Phone
U3, 224 Puniu Te Awamutu $175p/w UNT 2 870 1700 for competitive on 3000 m², five minutes
871-5437 after 6pm. north of town. Phone
162 Raikes Ave Te Awamutu $320p/w HOU 4 farm pricing.
TOWBARS Your local palm (0274) 909-294.
5738 Main STUART Law Ltd, GARAGE SALE
North Highway Taumarunui $80p/w HOU 1 kernel supplier.
11 New Taumarunui $115p/w UNT 2
1163 Ngahape Road, Free Pick up TE KAWA ROAD
4A Cruden Ave Otorohanga $220p/w HOU 3 household lot, 9.00am
UA, 26 Karaka Otorohanga $220p/w HOU 3 CARAVANS & Saturday. Phone Andy:
Sell it in the ~ Eight acres
~ Four bedrooms
5 Broadfoot Te Kuiti $190p/w HOU 3 TRAILERS Classifieds!
1665 Kihikihi Road, or txt: plus ensuite
30 Tawa Te Kuiti $175p/w HOU 2 (027) 453-7637 ~ Two sheds
CARAVANS wanted, Saturday, 7.30am to
Contact Alice Barker on (07) 873-8700 for more 10 - 30 ft, any condi- 10.30am, lots of kids *conditions apply
Phone 871 5151 ~ Cattle yards
~ Good contour
information or view the properties at tion, anywhere, will stuff and others, all
www.harcourts.co.nz must go. $530,000
travel. Up to $10,000.
Phone Steve (027)
PUBLIC NOTICES + gst negotiable
8 Moule Street, Phone (07) 870-1969
PUBLIC NOTICES 622-0011. Kihikihi, Saturday
13th, 8.00am, house- POSSUM HUNTERS
Advertise Locally hold and workshop Basically Bush welcomes you to a new and
Phone 871 5151 items.
exciting year for the possum fur and skin
industry. LIZ CLARKE
PUBLIC NOTICES In-Step Podiatry Services
Possum Fur BSC, BA, DIPHE, SRCH(UK),
NOT TO BE MISSED.... $75/kg MRCH(UK), SRPODNZ, MNZPOD
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Chiropodist/Podiatrist
Application for mataitai reserve over Aotea You may have heard him on the radio or seen Buying regularly in your area Trained in the United Kingdom
Harbour on the west coast of the North Island him on television, but this Sunday the Phone (07) 345-6313 or (027) 274-1152 Appointments booked
New Zealand Racing Board’s senior Race between
Pursuant to Regulation 18 of the Fisheries (Kai- Caller - Darren Tyquin will be live and Maniapoto Maori Trust Board 9.00am - 1.00pm,
moana Customary Fishing) Regulations 1998, in person at Taylor’s Restaurant. Monday to Friday
the Nga Hapu O Aotea Moana, being the tangata 2007 MMTB Grants 355 Mahoe St
Darren and his wife Jill will be sharing their
whenua group who hold manawhenua moana over The Maniapoto Maori Trust Board welcomes Te Awamutu
amazing stories of how their goals have been
the area, have applied to the Minister of Fisheries for applicants for MMTB Grants for 2007. Ph 870-4080
fulfilled and of Darren’s recent appointment by
a mataitai reserve over Aotea Harbour on the west the NZ Racing Board as senior Race Caller, The 2007 Grant round commences
coast of the North Island. taking over from Reon Murtha who is stepping December 1, 2006 and ends February 28, 2007. WORK WANTED
down after 47 years. There are 3 categories of Grants - Educational,
Pursuant to regulation 21, this notice outlines the de- Sport & Recreational and Cultural. TREE & STUMP
tails of the application and invites written submissions Known as “The Reverent” in the Racing
industry, Darren is a respected man of God in Applicants must be of Ngati Maniapoto and registered SERVICE
from persons having a ﬁshing interest in the stock or on the Maniapoto Maori Trust Board tribal register. Call Dennis Clements
the market place.
stocks in the area speciﬁed in the application. TOTAL TREE CARE
Taylor’s Restaurant Application forms may be obtained by contacting Phone 871-5221
The proposed mataitai reserve area includes all the
Greenhill Drive the MMTB office - (07) 878-6234, via email Te Awamutu Owned
waters of the Aotea Harbour and adjacent coastline Te Awamutu email@example.com or our website and Operated
in a straight line from Matawha Point to Kahua Point. www.maniapoto.iwi.nz
Note: Applications close February 28, 2007 BULLDOZER for hire
The proposed mataitai reserve area is part of the This Sunday with scoop, rippers
Kawhia / Aotea Taiapure-Local Fishery. 10.00am, 2.00pm and 7.00pm and stick rake. Phone
Admission Free SPORTS NOTICES Des Hose, owner op-
Written submissions must be made by erator on (07) 873-
16 February, 2007 to: PIRONGIA VOLUNTARY RURAL FIRE FORCE 8466, mobile (0274)
Spatial Allocations Manager 727-776.
BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT
Ministry of Fisheries CAR valet. Phone Ul-
Sunday, January 21, 2007
PO Box 1020, Pirongia Golf Course tra Clean 870-3452
Entry $20 including Two’s
Randall.Bess@ﬁsh.govt.nz CARPET. Phone Ultra
A copy of the application can be obtained by contact- Varekai Tees open 9.00am - 11.00am
Clean 871-6662 to
ing the Ministry of Fisheries at the above address.
Cirque Du Soleil Bashers - 9 holes - 1.00pm
Come along for a great day out
Spectacular... must be seen to be On course refreshments HIRE
believed. Varekai is magniﬁcent and Prizes galore ~ Spot prizes ~ Anyone can win Subdivisions,
Starting cards available from Te Awamutu Copy Drainage, Soakholes,
intoxicating, Sunday, February 4 & Digital Print Centre, Te Awamutu Driveways etc.
Mattinee show at ASB Showgrounds Phone (07) 871-6030 ~ Fax: (07) 871-5686 Mini digger for jobs at
email firstname.lastname@example.org home
or PIRONGIA GOLF CLUB Free
Call us now! For your seat, be quick, All fees payable at the Club Office prior to start Quote!
only a handful left. The Pirongia Fire Force would like to thank the Hewitson Plumbing
Pirongia Golf Club and the following major Phone 871-3620
Phone (07) 871-6373
sponsors for their support
Mobile (021) 951-786 Trojan Outdoor Furniture, Bells Opticians, Bike LOUNGE suites
Barn, Alexandra Hotel, VE Veterinary Services, TK cleaned. Phone Ultra
Email: email@example.com Meats, Universal Beef Clean 871-6662 now!
PAGE 20 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
WORK WANTED WORK WANTED WORK WANTED FARM SITUATIONS FARM EMPLOYEES WANTED
ELECTRICIAN MEATEATER PC PROBLEMS? WANTED 50/50 SHAREMILKING JOB
ELECTRICIAN HOMEKILLS LTD NO fix, no fee, repairs BUILDING WANTED
CHRIS MYLCHREEST Now Killing Pigs from experienced local
CHRIS MYLCHREEST Phone 871-9995 IT professional. Mo- 300 - 400 COWS
or (029) 871-9995 bile upgrades, repairs ASSISTANT A building apprenticeship
and installations ser- position has become We are a hardworking couple with excellent
FOR: Permanent part timer
vice. No call out fees! available in the references, current job four seasons.
New Installations required for relief
Maintenance MKH Phone Matt (027) Te Awamutu area. We have 260 f/fx cows doing
millkings - Pokuru
Repairs 515-6996 or 870-3038. district. For an interview 1100 m/s per hectare.
appointment please Phone Steve and Michelle on (07) 823-6222
Phone 871-2914 DECORATING Phone 871-2726 or
contact Murray on
RESIDENTIAL (021) 821-809.
Mobile FREE QUOTE! LIFESTYLE blocks for (07) 870-4033 or
(027) 496-7849 all your fencing re- (027) 433-0018 SITUATIONS VACANT
Phone (07) 870-4344
work (027) 328-4362 quirements. Experi- HOME HELP
FENCING ence and quality AVAILABLE EXPERIENCED CALLING ALL PAINTERS
POST driving, auger guaranteed. Phone LABOUR ONLY
drilling, post and rail, MORTGAGE (07) 827-1849 or (027) WE ARE CURRENTLY TURNING WORK AWAY!
post and batten, BROKER 473-0001. CONTRACTOR We are looking for a highly motivated individual
stockyards, deer fenc- Labour only contract to with either qualifications or experience in the
ing, vineyards. Phone NZMBA build 148m² house. Painting and Decorating trade.
(07) 827-1849 or (027) Phone Christine KIDS AT HOME LTD Concrete floor, palliside Send your CV or an outline of your work history
473-0001. 871-3176 with at least two phone referees to
(021) 545-302 LOOKING FOR cladding, at Mangati
Glen Rawson SHUTTLE
CHILDCARE? Road, Pirongia. Good
rates, start early
Dave Rowe Painter and Decorator
Plumbing OFFAL SERVICE
carers available NOW. February 2007. 94 Kio Kio Station Road, RD4, Otorohanga
Craftsman, Plumber Ph Pat or Deanne Phone: (07) 873-1777
and Gasfitter HOLES 872-2530
Fees from as little as
0.69c per hour.
(07) 578-8073 or Fax: (07) 873-1776
Roofing Maintenance (027) 289-5496 or Support by a Ministry Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New (0274) 500-078
(027) 289-5497 of Education and WINZ
Phone (027) 222-7590 KING COUNTRY approved agency. UNEMPLOYED? Sick
or 870-2987a/h of being on a benefit?
DRILLING Phone Denise
SILAGE 871-7673 (MON - FRI Let me help you find
GREEN ACRES * 4 Wheel Drive MOWING tedding, 8.30am to 1.30pm) a job. Retrain, upskill FULLTIME CHEF/COOK REQUIRED
LAWNMOWING * Best Equipment raking, baling, wrap- and gain valuable REF 1
Residential and * Best Prices ping and stacking. work experience by
Lifestyle blocks * Foundations New Krone Baler, SITUATIONS giving Fiona a call at For busy bar and eatery in Otorohanga.
* Lined Soak Holes cartage also available, VACANT Employment Plus (07) Must be a team player, work well under pressure
Free quotes, Pensioner * Associated and have had a-la-carte experience.
rates, same day service. also buying standing 827-3754 or text your
Concrete Products grass. Phone Work is on a rostered basis, so being flexible is essential.
name and number to
Phone Michele and Nick/Georgie (07) Phone Anne on (027) 343-4790
Gavin on PHONE DENNIS (027) 294-8556.
827-1849 or (027) 438-
(027) 683-7086 COLSON Please have an up-to-date CV and
or 870-5037 0800 DUG HOLES WANTED contactable referees.
0800 384 465 Experienced, mature,
HOUSEHOLD doors SPOUTING, Marley, Phone (07) 873-6699 fax (07) 873-6698
and flash cupboards QUALIFIED carpenter, $29 mtr, fitted inc gst. reliable, energetic email email@example.com
are spray painted to available for smaller Phone Tony 871-3620. nanny required part
your own colours and type jobs, decks, time to work with a
871-2171 or (0274)
Phone Keith 870-6208 SPRING ARE you aged 16-18?
Looking for a job? Let
pre schooler and
a new born.
407-101. or (021) 984-739.
SPRUCE UPS me help you get valu-
able work experience Light house duties, TRAIN IN HOSPITALITY
Book now for your towards permanent car and drivers REF 2
WORK WANTED Spring Action Plan, employment. Phone license essential. Fulltime kitchen hands and bar staff required.
replanting, garden Fiona on (07) 827- The Thirsty Weta in Otorohanga is a busy Bar and Eatery,
Need maintenance, Phone
3754 or text your
name and number to 871-5654 catering for locals and tourists.
Flexibility is a must as the work is on a rostered basis.
Tess at Great Garden and leave a message.
Driving Workz on (027) 238-
Please phone the Bar Manager on (07) 873-6699
2517 or 872-2853 A/H.
Lessons? SITUATIONS VACANT
For more details, a CV and references are a must.
Phone (07) 873-6699 fax (07) 873-6698
Rosetown Driver Training TRUCK email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph: 871-5569 Mob: (0274) 125-000
SIX wheeler tip truck
for hire, experienced
VEHICLES WANTED driver/operator.
Phone (07) 827-1849
or (027) 473-0001. Driver
The CAR DUMP
BAR MANAGER REQUIRED
ULTRA Clean, com-
plete cleaning ser-
vices. Phone 871-6662. To start at beginning of term 2007 Senior weekday role, hours are Monday to Friday
0800 CAR DUMP
We require a driver for our Arapuni, 9am - 5pm, plus additional shifts periodically.
0800 227 3867 Get th FARM WORK The successful applicant must be well versed in all bar
r outa WANTED Pukeatua School run. procedures, including stock control, cash analysis,
FREE CAR REMOVAL there
(Waikato & King Country) Would suit someone who resides in ordering and some computer literacy. This role
RELIEF milker(s). requires a person with strong communication
283TC209/06 or near either Arapuni or Pukeatua. and diplomacy skills.
LIVESTOCK WANTED milker(s) available. Assistance may be given to applicant Please email your CV to Troy with a covering
Phone 872-2530 or to obtain necessary licenses. letter to; email@example.com
Phone (07) 873-6699 fax (07) 873-6698
Please phone: John Pye Manager email firstname.lastname@example.org
EMPLOYEES (07) 871-6373 or (021) 951-786
WANTED Email: email@example.com JEWELLERY SENIOR
Greenlea SALES ASSISTANT
PREMIER MEATS LIMITED 2IC REQUIRED Are you passionate about diamonds?
WANTED For 310 cow dairy
unit. Single live in
PAUL KAY We are seeking a Senior Sales assistant
to join our Te Awamutu team.
Cows Bulls Prime Ox/Heifer accommodation. DENTAL SURGERY
Non smoker, good The position is full time Monday to Friday
PROMPT PROCESSING FREE CARTAGE SAME DAY KILL time off, want a
motivated, honest and
CHAIRSIDE and alternate Saturday mornings.
As we are a successful retail and repair
A/H: 07 829 8272
MOB: 029 290 4330
Phone (07) 871-9226
DENTAL ASSISTANT store, applicants will require a proven
background in retail sales, excellent
~ FULL TIME ~ customer service and team leading skills.
LIVESTOCK WANTED We require an efﬁcient and reliable Chairside You will have computer skills and the
Dental Assistant to join our friendly team. This ability and desire to continually upskill
BONER COWS WANTED position would suit either an experienced
person or full training will be given.
in product and market knowledge.
Don’t Wait Two Weeks For Payment If you are capable and well presented and Apply in writing with a copy of your CV to:
would like to join us. Please apply in writing to: Kirsty Walker, PO Box 88, Te Awamutu
Immediate Payment - Competitive Schedule Close date: Janurary 19th, 2007
Also empty heifers and potter bulls Paul Kay Dental
54 Albert Park Drive, Te Awamutu
Phone Warren Robinson (07) 829-5601, (025) 925-030 009TC212/07
Closing Date: January 15, 2007
Bill Lincoln 871-5834, (0274) 925-080 011TC203/07
Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 21
SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS VACANT
GORDON’S PUMPING SERVICES
THE OFFICE PERSON REQUIRED
RIGHT The staff at Century 21 Countrywide Real
THING” Estate, Te Awamutu require an enthusiastic
PUMP OPERATOR receptionist / administrator to join their team.
This special person will have computer skills
Must have: in office XP, word, excel and the internet, a
Ht Licence class 2 pleasant telephone manner and team spirit.
4x4 bike experience For details please phone Jackie Robinson
Be willing to: Branch Manager Mobile: (027) 445-2124
Learn all aspects of effluent irrigation Be TIdy
Applications in writing to:
Work as part of a team Business, Education, Century 21 Countrywide Real Estate
Work overtime when required Transport, Industrial, PO Box 6
Farming and mechanical experience would Domestic, You Te Awamutu
be an advantage. Attn: Jackie Robinson
KEEP TE AWAMUTU
Please contact Rob Gordon (021) 964-150 Closing date: Monday, January 15, 2007
or a/h (07) 873-8224
BAR PERSON REQUIRED
A vacancy has become available for a
CONSIDERED REAL ESTATE? part time bar person,
RESIDENTIAL / LIFESTYLE / RURAL SALESPEOPLE approximately 15 hours per week.
Duties will also include tending to
CAREERS EVENING gaming machines etc.
Come and hear what you can achieve with a career in Real Estate. Meet Franchise Current Managers Certificate would
owners Ken Hagan (Franchise owner of the year NZ) and Paul Beazley along with be an advantage.
some of our top achievers (top 5% within the L.J. Hooker network). Application forms available from
We are seeking to employ new rural and residential salespeople in Cambridge, 44 Alexandra Street, Te Awamutu
Morrinsville and Te Awamutu with or without prior real estate experience. Phone 871-8762
If you are hardworking and prepared to put in the hard yards and long hours it can be Recent renovations are almost complete at
extremely rewarding. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL
If you are interested a career evening is to be held on February 1, 2007 at 6.00pm PIRONGIA
CHANGE OF VENUE - L.J. Hooker office - 55 Victoria Street, Cambridge. We are seeking expressions of interest
Alternatively, applications for the available positions can be from FUN and OUTGOING people
made to Diane Tyer AREINZ, Manager, Te Awamutu (07) 871-5044 Who possess the attitude and personality
or Ken Hagan AREINZ (021) 353-488 to work with a great TEAM of people.
Ideally you will have:
L.J. Hooker Te Awamutu 871-5044 - Te Awamutu Realty MREINZ Hospitality experience - Bar;
Restaurant and / or Kitchen.
A Bar Manager’s License is preferred
but not a requisite for the right candidates.
You will need to be:
Have you got something for A TEAM player
Flexible to work around the business both
front and back of house.
Sale worth Under $50? Available to work nights and weekends on
a rostered basis.
Passionate about people and customer
YES - Advertise it for FREE!!! service.
Please send your CV with
contactable references to:
The Alexandra Hotel
815 Franklin Street
PHONE (07) 871 5151 - FAX (07) 871 3675
FREE UNDER $50 ADVERTISING
No more than 10 words per advertisement.
Limit one advertisement per person. For Sale items only.
This coupon only for Residents, not Trade or Commercial Retail
Run-on advertisements only, printed at our discretion, when space permits.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
Address:................................................................... Crossword 936 Solutions Page 23
................................................................................. For all your plumbing and heating requirements talk to the firm that has been serving Te Awamutu since 1949.
Phone:...................................................................... SINGLETON and HANSEN
NB: Only advertisements submitted on these forms accepted.
Forms can be posted to Te Awamutu Courier, PO Box 1, Te Awamutu, or advertisers
can bring this coupon in to our office at 336 Alexandra Street, Te Awamutu. Plumbers
129 MARKET STREET, TE AWAMUTU • PH (07) 871 7099 • FAX (07) 871 8435
PAGE 22 Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007
The REGENT Theatre Beautiful
Te Awamutu • Ph 07 871 6678 • www.regent3.itgo.com
If you liked WALK THE LINE you’ll love SAW fans will be more than pleased with
this hugely entertaining portrait. Kevin this film from its shocking beginning to its
Spacey, Brenda Blethyn and Bob Hoskins. explosive ending. Prepare yourself.
BEYOND THE SEA M SAW III R18
See Yellow Snow live
For one week only. NIGHTLY AT 7.55
FROM THU DAILY AT 3.15
This film bursts with energy. You can’t
There’s nothing like a comedy to lift the help but be swept away..
spirits. The Valet will have you grinning 5 DAYS IN SEPTEMBER G
Te Awamutu Courier and CDs
from start to finish.
4 nix (formerly Tracs) give read- SAT & MON 6.50,
ers the chance to win a double THE VALET M FRI, SUN, TUE & WED 5.00
pass to see Ben Hazlewood and FRI, SUN, TUE & WED 8.20
Yellow Snow, with special guests This is what going to the movies is all
The Midnight Youth and Eqwan- The biggest BOND adventure ever in about. You will be tapping your toes for
ox, tomorrow night in Hamilton. Te Awamutu and it’s easily the best yet. the rest of the holidays after seeing this
NZ Idol 4th placegetter and one.
Wildcard winner Ben Hazlewood CASINO ROYALE M
and his band Yellow Snow are NIGHTLY AT 7.45 HAPPY FEET G
ready to deal their infectious DAILY AT 11.45, 1.45, 3.45 & 5.45
brand of pop-rock to an eagerly Eragon is thrust into the fantastical world
awaiting Hamilton audience. of magic and power and into the most A beautifully rendered motion picture
His popularity with young and exciting experience of a lifetime. that’s full of warmth, wit, wonder and
old alike was conﬁrmed when he ERAGON M entertainment.
won the public vote in the Wild- SAT, MON & WED 2.10 & 4.05 CHARLOTTE’S WEB G
card section of this years NZ FRI, SUN & TUE 2.10 & 6.10
Idol and rumour has it he and DAILY AT 11.35
the band have even been offered Through this brilliant performance, Helen
a place to stay by a local grand-be a goodie. Start, Falter and Five Star Fall Believe the hype ... almost ... will make
Mirren’s Queen steals our hearts and you laugh and wishing you weren’t, at
mother when they visit , so taken Completing the line-up is Out (which features Michael minds. The best British film of the season
was she by his performances. Waikato’s own Eqwanox. The Murphy the original NZ Idol the same time.
is bold, imaginative, most intriguing, com-
With the bands music being trio who play punk-rock with Runner -Up).
pelling, provocative, touching, gripping BORAT R16
described as ‘radio- friendly’ bya grunge feel and a listenable Their range of music ,as with NIGHTLY AT 8.15
judges when the band took third edge have wasted their fanbase, is and comical.
place in the Wellington Regional no time in making broad and includes THE QUEEN M Mischievous and spunky, it’s aimed at
Rockquest Finals Ben has this a name for them- such numbers as SAT & MON 11.30, 1.20, 3.10, 5.00 & 8.20, family fun, it’s as fresh, clever, as lively,
to say - ‘We’re real, our songs selves. ‘Nowhere To Run’ FRI, SUN & TUE & WED 11.30, 1.20, 3.10 as huggable, as satisfying as animated
rock live and we’re just looking Supporting - a straight up movies get. High energy and lively per-
forward to proving it’ Smashing Pump- punk rock n roll formances keep it entertaining.
Supporting Ben will be The kins frontman Billy opening number Jerry Bruckheimer and Denzel
Midnight Youth from Auckland. Corgan on the NZ which will have Washington at their very best in a nerve
Volatile guitars fuse with un- leg of his Future you buzzing, the shattering, suspenseful, intriguing and
forgettable melodies to create a Embrace Tour in anthemic ‘Killing intense entertainment experience.
vocal and instrumental union only their fourth Time’ - a crowd fa-
with its roots in classical, jazz,
gig they have gone vourite, ‘Outside’ - DEJA VU M
funk and rock. on to guest star at a mellower number NIGHTLY AT 8.05
No strangers to performing a Regional Final with catchy chorus
they came second in the 2005 of the Smokefree hooks that makes A great cast in an audience-pleasing
Rockquest and supported Rock- Rockquest. NICK DOUCH even old guys rock film full of physical comedy. Ben Stiller,
star INXS at their Auckland and They have also and ‘21st Story’ an Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Mickey
New Plymouth shows recently. organised many of their own gigs amping, dramatic number which Rooney and Dick Van Dyke star in this
With great singles Supernatural, and as a result have been able shows a more pop-punk side of fun, action-adventure that comes to life
Friday Conversation and Home to invite and play alongside the band - one for the emo in
included in their set it’s sure to
top NZ bands The Rabble, False you!. NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM PG
They also have a human side,
SAT, MON & WED 12.05 & 6.10,
endorsing the Child Cancer
Foundation at their gigs and FRI, SUN & TUE 12.05 & 4.05
on their website and drummer Clever, fiercely witty, bright, cheerful and
Nick Douch recently received jolly good fun. Delights children while
a National Award from the entertaining their parents. DAILY AT 11.55, 1.55 & 3.55
Foundation for the work he does
with two others securing tickets FLUSHED AWAY PG
Continues by demand. DAILY AT 1.30 Sharp, very funny, surprisingly moving
to concerts for Child Cancer
sufferers and their families. and rejoicing in a great work from the
Starlight Promotions have put entire cast, this sparkling little gem takes
Nancy Meyers delivers a somewhat spe-
together a stellar lineup of music the family road movie to unhoped-for
cial crowd-pleaser, as enjoyable as they
so you can be the King/Queen at heights of hilarity and humanity.
come. Wonderful cast.
The Castle on Saturday night.
THE HOLIDAY M LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE R13
Be there! NIGHTLY AT 5.55
To be the winner you need to DAILY AT 5.30
be ﬁrst in our door today to claim
the prize, and it is an R18 gig - so
EQWANOX bring ID. ARTHUR AND THE INVISIBLES PG
and PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS M
THE All start January 18
& RESTAURANT Saturday Night
Friday Night BAND:
from 9pm till late
Third Effect No 936
FROM 9PM TIL LATE
Franklin Street. Pirongia, Ph 871 9799
Refreshments & Food Available
Courtesy Van Available
Phone 870 4025
Te Awamutu Courier, Friday, January 12, 2007 PAGE 23
Just Gets Better ... PUAHUE Time For Action TE AWAMUTU
N NEW YEARS
Motivated Vendors Neg
Call before another day dawns for an A perfect 3 bdrm home with
OBLIGATION FREE appraisal. office is waiting for you. Excellent
Advising residential and lifestyle clients 1st home or rental at the end
of a cul de sac. Polished floors,
new bathroom, heat pump, close
to schools and the BMX track
Debbie Thomson 07-870 2841 Debbie Thomson
ID: TEA60202 07-870 2841
Views Unsurpassed KAWHIA Outstanding Views KAWHIA
Every Day POA
• Perfect family home in the country
• Spacious open plan living with 4 bedrooms
Lentfer Lane OPEN DAYS • Outdoor deck $350,000
• Double garage with sleepout
• Two bedroom bach Sun 14 Jan 12-1pm, • 885m2 section
• Post and rail fenced to keep the kids safe at play • Extraordinary views • Harbour and sea views
Sun 21 Jan 12-1pm
on the 2500m² section • Views can't be built out • Renovated home
• New kitchen has been ordered • Brilliant building sites on • Great family home
• Many other enhancing features and ﬁxtures to come Debbie Thomson 1308m2 freehold section
www.pggwre.co.nz ID: TEA60219
Peter McEvoy Peter McEvoy
ID: TEA60212 0272-287 115 ID: TEA 60146 0272-287 115
It's Got It All OHAUPO Picture Postcard Views KAWHIA/HAUTURU A Genuine Kiwi Bach AOTEA Lifestyle/Grazing/Forestry PIRONGIA
Boundaries are indicative only
Title, Power, Phone and Water • North facing 3839m2 section $169,000 408 Morrison Road OPEN DAYS • 13.438Ha approx 33 acres $470,000 + GST
• Building site prepared • Sleeps 6 Sun 14 Jan • 6Ha in pasture, easy rolling contour
• 4997m ﬂat section
• Easy drive to Kawhia • Sea views • 7 Ha Forestry with easy access
• Pukerimu trickle feed water 10.30-11.30am
Debbie • No building covenants • Great deck area
• Elevated building site
• Large ﬂat section with great views Thomson • New septic facilities
• A most impressive property.
• Easy travel to Hamilton 07-870 2841 • A classic old time kiwi bach with
a great feel
• Close to Ohaupo school Jackie Wills
07-858 5312 Mark Woolley Peter McEvoy www.pggwre.co.nz
www.pggwre.co.nz Arthur Marty
www.pggwre.co.nz ID: TEA 60216 ID: TEA60204 07-870 2842 ww.pggwre.co.nz ID: TEA 60218 0272-287 115 ID: TEA 60195
Lifestyle Sections TE AWAMUTU The Good Life HAUTURU 188Ha Beef Block 1105 Wairehi Road NGAROMA
• Magnificent views 60.8780 Ha • Suit beef or Dairy wintering/
$169,000 P.O.A. 9.9560 Small Holding
• Excellent building sites • 1920's dwelling grazing By neg • 2 large double bedrooms, plus 1 single
• Just minutes to town • Renovated • Cattle yards • Cosy interior
• Only 3 lots left approx 2500m2 • 36Ha pines for which good • Magnificent English style cottage
• Modern Kitchen
rental is paid • Stunning shrubs, tree surrounds
• Power, phone and town water • Sleeps 13
• Easy to steep hill • Take coffee on the verandah and
• Titles available soon • Large duck pond listen to the native birds whistle Amanda Riley
• Handy to Te Awamutu,
• Gardens - magnificent • Ideal for ponies or running cattle/ 07-870 2846
Otorohanga, and Arohena sheep
www.pggwre.co.nz Arthur Marty www.pggwre.co.nz
Peter McEvoy Peter McEvoy Peter McEvoy
ID: TEA 60158 07-870 2834 ID: TEA 60207 0272-287 115 0272-287 115 0272-287 115
ID: TEA60215 ID: TEA60206
PGG WRIGHTSON LIMITED MREINZ
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