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Dealer vows to fight to hold
The cream of New Zealand’s
age group riders have entered
the three-day Kiwivelo Te
onto Mitsubishi franchise
Awamutu Junior Cycling Tour at
Easter. BY GRANT JOHNSTON
The heat is particularly on the
country’s leading under-17 and Te Awamutu Motors principal
under-19 road cyclists. Stu Tervit has fought to save his
The Junior Tour, based at Mitsubishi franchise in the past
Korakonui, doubles as one of and he’s ready to do so again.
two major selection trials to The purchase of Dallas
Mitsubishi in Hamilton by John
select the New Zealand U19 and Ingham has opened up the oppor-
U17 men’s and women’s teams tunity for the Mitsubishi brand to
to ride the Kowaalski Canberra go onto his Otorohanga and Te
Tour in July. Awamutu sites, which are cur-
Entry secretary, Melinda rently Honda.
Loader has received around 250 Te Awamutu Motors has been
entries in the U19, U17 and U15 given a 90 day franchise termin-
age groups, including several ation notice by Mitsubishi Motors,
from the South Island and one but Mr Tervit says he and his loyal
Australian. staff will fight the decision ‘‘to the
The Tour comprises road bitter end’’.
stages from Korakonui School ‘‘We are very passionate about
on Saturday (Maihihi route) and the Mitsubishi brand and want to
Sunday (Wharepapa South), keep it. Nothing is final!’’
plus a time trial on Easter Mr Tervit says they have been
Monday at Korakonui. inundated with expressions of sup-
port from people in the industry
Parvovirus and clients, one of whom even
offered to put up a substantial
on increase amount of money to fund a legal
battle over the issue.
Te Awamutu veterinarian He says there have been no
Andrew Mansell warns dog problems whatsoever with Te Awa-
owners to be vigilant as local mutu Motors’ market share or
veterinarians are seeing an performance with the Mitsubishi
increasing number of canine franchise. TC010410CT03
parvovirus cases. ‘‘We’ve been award winners DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER?: Te Awamutu Motors’ Stu Tervit ponders his company’s future.
The VE Vets’ veterinarian with Mitsubishi. No-one in vehicle
says once a dog has contracted sales is doing particularly well at invested heavily in infrastructure, through the workshop, parts, Mr Ingham says while they did
parvovirus, the virus cannot be present, but in the past we have sold based around the continuing two- finance and insurance. Without the not set out to take the franchise
eliminated and the only option is up to 75 new Mitsubishis in a year. franchise operation with franchise the business could die.’’ away from Te Awamutu Motors,
to support the animal. ‘‘We always knew there was a 90 Mitsubishi and Holden. Mr Tervit’s wife Erica has they were offered the Mitsubishi
He says dog owners should day termination clause in the con- They bought an adjoining resi- worked in the business over the opportunity in Te Awamutu and
ensure their pets are vaccinated tract, but while we were doing dential property, then a large years, which is like a large family. Otorohanga and decided to take it.
at the appropriate times. For things right, we never dreamed it vacant site alongside their work- When Dallas Mitsubishi entered ‘‘I feel for Stu Tervit and if I was
more information talk to your vet. would be enacted.’’ shop for parking, with future the market under new ownership 11 in the same position, I would feel
Mr Tervit says the way the development plans. years ago, Mitsubishi attempted to the same way he does.’’
Playgroup after termination notice issue was
handled, with just 10 minutes warn-
Mr Tervit says they need the two
franchises to survive.
cancel the franchise, but Te Awa-
mutu Motors successfully fought
Mr Ingham says it is too early for
him to comment further, but he was
assistance ing, was unjust and unethical.
‘‘After 61 years’ service we
‘‘Mitsubishi is a significant com-
ponent of our business, with new
the decision then and is determined
to do so again.
disappointed the issue broke in the
Waikato Times before he had a
Te Awamutu Plunket’s new
would have expected the Managing cars, used cars and the Diamond John Ingham says having the chance to let his customers know by
playgroup is in need of toys for Director of Mitsubishi Motors New Class cars we purchase through the Mitsubishi franchise will give them way of letter.
toddlers and babies. Zealand to serve the notice.’’ Mitsubishi set-up. the chance to offer commercial and ‘‘We will still be letting them
Also sought are donations of Mr Tervit says his company has ‘‘Alongside that is the business farm vehicles. know personally.’’
crayons, paper, paints etc for
craft work, playmats and baby
These can be delivered to the
Plunket Rooms at 291 Vaile
Business confidence in Waipa levels out
Street, open 9am-3pm from
Monday to Thursday. A steadying of business confid- The major shift since economic conditions has risen to for the coming months are a posi-
For more information phone ence has been revealed in Waipa December’s survey is that a number 43%. tive sign for business.
Susan at 871 4151 or Mel at 871 District’s latest business confidence of businesses previously expecting Rachel Blake, chief executive of “With ‘more of the same’ on the
8117. survey, in which business owners improvement are now looking the Te Awamutu Chamber of Com- horizon, businesses will be able to
shared their expectations for the ahead to ‘more of the same’. merce says results showing plan effectively and with more
coming months. Those anticipating consistent expectations of increased stability certainty for 2010,’’ she says.
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Savings won’t reach ratepayers
Councillor Cox is indeed an WDC, it was swallowed up by an $15 Million cultural centre. payers needed more informa-
optimist if he believes Waikato administration which cannot or Expand the WDC into a tion. When does NO mean no?
amalgamation can save ‘us’ rate- will not operate within its greater Waikato council and Perhaps Mr Parlane has been
payers at least 10%. means and then expects plaudits that is the kind of money spend- right all along, certainly in this
What does he optimistically for restricting a rate rise to ing machine likely. forthcoming local government
think would happen to such 5.2%. I note from other press that election we must ensure that our
mythical savings? What other form of organisa- the Mayor’s response to a sub- representatives are as mindful
We know what happened to tion could even then contem- stantial NO vote for a super of our empty pockets as we are.
the $2.5 Million ‘saved’ by the plate a $40 Million bypass and a Waikato was that we the rate- P. W. ROBERTS
Time Te Awamutu ‘got over’ lack of bypass
Get over not getting a bypass Awamutu in which to live. the problem! I have to be happy with that.
Te Awamutu, it is just not It is not a major town to get I recently attended the Coun- When the Mayor said they are
affordable. through. Four main roads in and cil forum at Waipa coming out of the recession,
If you live near a main route out. Trucks through town make Workingmen’s. I am still brassed some may feel that, but the
that has trucks passing by, get a town vibrant and long as they off with the increase in rates, but average ratepayer is probably
over it and move. There are be respectful about driving Council has deferred some capi- still in a rut.
plenty of quiet streets in Te through town at night, what’s tal works and cut expenditure so ROBERT SMITH
Joke washed away Should leave as you find
I assume Mr Cox’s letter on Tuesday was playing an Why should citizens in Te Awa- So when you want to mow their
early April Fool’s joke. mutu pay rates to maintain the town lawn it needed repairing, so my
Calling the huge amount of Dihydrogen Monoxide that and for its upkeep? husband got to work and fixed it.
is piped under the main street a serious state of affairs Recently I rang the Council to After all, he has nothing better to do
sounds like he is trying to drum up reasons for the Council complain about contractors doing all day as he’s on an invalid benefit
to increase our rates to fix a problem that doesn’t exist. work in our street, particularly on with heart problems.
Dihydrogen Monoxide is a compound that is vital to all the road frontage putting in pipes. As a couple who struggle to pay
life on this planet and the fact that large volumes are They’re supposed to leave it as our rates, we expect better than this.
moving under the CBD shows that those in charge of this they find it. However, after several After all, aren’t we supposed to keep
vital substance are doing their jobs correctly. days nothing was done even though Te Awamutu beautiful.
Yes, Dihydrogen Monoxide is a compound we need to be Council and the contractors vehicles JOYCE TE ARIKI
careful around, as it is a major component of acid rain, it passed frequently. Paterangi Road
does contribute to the the greenhouse effect, can cause
severe burns and is fatal if inhaled, but like I said it is vital
to all life on earth. Simply put without Dihydrogen
Monoxide we would all die very painful deaths.
More trash than treasure
Dihydrogen Monoxide can be written in a more simple
format as 2 Hydrogen molecules and 1 molecule of Oxygen. Earlier this year our syndicate of six classes from Te Awamutu Primary
This is generally written as H2O, or more commonly School went on a trip to the Mangaohoi Stream to do a treasure hunt.
known as water. We were not very impressed when we got there, there was definitely
This hoax was done originally back in 1989 in the USA, more trash than treasure. This is Te Awamutu’s stream and we want the
so it is not anything new, but just a sad attempt at causing people of the town to take responsibility for the stream. It should be a nice
a general panic over nothing as it did back in 1989 at the place for people to enjoy. We want to get the whole town involved.
Santa Cruz University. So forget Mr Cox’s letter, just enjoy We plan to set an example and organise a clean up day for our class to go
the rest you your life being grateful for the life giving down and pick up some of the rubbish off the banks and in the stream. Come
substance known as Dihydrogen Monoxide. on Te Awamutu – help us tidy up our stream and keep it clean.
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BY CATHY ASPLIN WITH THE
If you’ve ever watched
‘Dragon’s Den’ you would have
some idea what it was like for Te
Awamutu College students as
they met local business leaders to
present a company plan and pro- EARRINGS
mote their ‘product’.
Their ideas ranged from a
‘smart’ steering wheel, ‘beat • SAFE
walker’ shoes, a multi-use deodor-
ant can, double sided (hot/cold) • STERILE
car boot ‘chilly’ bins and
motorbike helmets with built in • HYPO-ALLERGENIC
During elective week nearly 80
students worked together in
teams, using latest business
theories to set up their com-
panies, create hypothetical pro-
ducts and prepare business strate-
gies to produce and market their *Piercings
products. from 5 years
It was all part of the ‘SELL’ and older
(Student Enterprise Learning
Link) BusinessNZ planning work-
shop which allowed them to
explore and apply a range of TC010410CA02 Proudly offering you Fly Buys
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Five judges were invited to In the end there were only and relating to the judges.
evaluate their efforts: Lynnette three points separating the first Second place went to the red
Karam-Whalley (Team 7), Dave three teams. team ‘Sole System’ which pro-
Reynolds (Rhapsody Furniture), Top spot went to the yellow moted interchangeable shoe soles,
Paul Davies (Pop ‘n’ Good Pop- team ‘Drivers Safety Corp’ which while third went to the brown
corn), Murray Green (Paper Plus) presented a ‘Smart Wheel’. team ‘HC Prestige’ which pro-
and Sam Knowlton (ASB) marked CEO Cassidy Temese says the moted a helmet-cam. The brown
them on a range of business Smart Wheel is a steering wheel team also picked up a Finance
criteria. intended to help stop driver award.
Mr Reynolds says he was fatigue. Marketing award went to the
‘blown away’ by the students ‘‘It measures a driver’s pulse pink team ‘No 8’ which promoted
creativity and imagination. and provides a warning sound if ‘Beat Walker’ shoes.
‘‘All of the products had merit the pulse drops to an unaccept- The Sustainability award went
and were feasible — clearly there able level. to the blue team which marketed
was a lot of thought put into them. ‘‘The Smart Wheel would then the ‘chilly’ bins for car boots and
‘‘The teams also worked hard automatically slow the car down the Operations award went to the
on their presentations and got and put the car’s hazard lights orange team ‘Flash’ which pro-
better as the day went on. on.’’ moted flashing lights on
‘‘Hopefully they gained some The Yellow team also picked earphones to indicate music
knowledge, some life skills and up a Teamwork award and Best genre.
JUDGE David Reynolds (left) listens to a team presentation about cordless earphones ‘AquatuNeZ’.
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TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 5
Events Centre Pistons’ fortress CRIMELINE
Te Awamutu Police 872 0100
Four from four in Te Awamutu for NBL title holders EMERGENCY 111
Te Awamutu Police have dealt with the
following matters since last week:
BY GRANT JOHNSTON Monday, March 22:
Arrest: man on two outstanding warrants
Waikato Pistons love Tuesday, March 23:
playing at Trust Waikato Te Thefts: fencing tools from shed on
Awamutu Events Centre, Mangawhio Road. Tools taken from garage on
where they pounded Waikeria Road. Car leaves without paying for
OceanaGold Nuggets on Friday $20 petrol from Shell Te Awamutu. Dog from
night 97/64. Kihikihi property.
That gave them a four from Arrests: Man for cultivation and possession
four record so far in their of cannabis after search warrant executed. Man
attempt to defend their for wilful damage.
National Basketball League Wednesday, March 24:
competition — all played at the Arrest: Man for shoplifting from The Ware-
ASB Stadium in the Events house.
Centre. Burglary: Te Rahu Road property. HP laptop
Eric Devendorf top scored taken.
for the victors with 29 points, Thursday, March 25:
while Thomas Abercrombie Arrest: man for possession of cannabis
was again prominent with 23 Theft: Property from farm cottage on
points. Mangaorongo Road, couch, washing machine,
Pistons’ management and Sky dish, dinner set, dog kennel. Items except for
players expressed their Sky dish all recovered.
appreciation for the superb Burglary: Pak ‘n’ Save site office. Workboots,
crowd support they got in Te vests, hard hats taken.
Awamutu during their success- Friday, March 26:
ful playoffs run last year. Arrests: Man for possession of cannabis,
The vocal and parochial sup- breach of liquor ban and bail breach.
port has been present again this Burglary: Pirongia Hotel, $3000 taken from
year, but not with the same safe.
volume and spectator numbers Saturday, March 27:
as fans gradually warm up to Arrests: Man for EBA, two women for EBA.
the new basketball season. Vehicle abandoned on Day Road.
The 25-point average win- Mailbox on Ohaupo Road smashed.
ning margin in their victories Sunday, March 28:
this season over Nelson Giants, Shotgun lost off back of ute.
Taranaki Mountainairs, Christ- 24 hour Victim Support is available in Te
church Cougars and Awamutu by phoning 027 4711529.
OceanaGold Nuggets has
reinforced the ‘fortress’ reputa-
tion of the Pistons at the Te
Awamutu Events Centre. Rain welcome, more needed
They share top spot on the
leaderboard with Harbour Temperatures tracked lower again last week, but
Heat, who have also hit the it was the long overdue rainfall that was the talking
ground running in 2010 with point for Courier weather watchers.
four from four. Ngahinapouri stood out with 41mm, followed by
Waikato Pistons’ campaign Arohena, Kihikihi and Pukeatua all on 31, Pirongia
stays at home but moves to on 30, Parawera 28, Te Awamutu 27 and Pokuru 18.
Rotorua for their next match, at NICKI DAVIDSON PHOTO Kihikihi and Pokuru shared the highest maxi-
3pm on Easter Sunday against WAIKATO PISTONS’ guard Gerard Bowden climbs high for two of his eight points in Last mum temperature with 27 degrees, followed by Te
the Bay Hawks. Friday’s win over OceanaGold Nuggets. Awamutu on 26.Lowest minimum was Arohena’s 5.
New Associates Welcomed
We are delighted to announce as a senior accountant and has
that we have recently made taken an active role in managing
Carlene Jackson, Frank Lieshout the accounting team, as well
and Tania Sanders associates as playing an integral part in a
of Kelly & Bryant Chartered number of new initiatives.
Accountants Ltd. All three have a Certificate of
Carlene and Tania have many Public Practice and look forward
years experience as Senior to the new challenges that
Accountants with the firm. accompany being an associate.
During this time they have We would like to wish them all
demonstrated a high level of the very best and look forward
proficiency, client service and to working with them in this
commitment to the business. exciting new era for Kelly & Bryant Associates Frank Lieshout (left), Tania Sanders and Carlene Jackson (centre)
Frank joined us in January 2008 Chartered Accountants. with partners (from left) Craig Sanders, John Page and Ray O’Connor
Carlene Jackson Frank Lieshout Tania Sanders
has a Bachelor of joined Kelly & Bryant at has a Bachelor of
Business Studies from the start of 2008 after Business Studies from
Wintec and began her 15 years working for Wintec and began her
career in accountancy accountants around accountancy career in
in 1995. She joined the upper North Island. 1992. She joined Kelly &
Kelly & Bryant in 1999 Frank is a tax specialist Braynt in 1995 and now
while she was living at who holds a Bachelor specialises in helping
Te Pahu. Her husband of Commerce and businesses with their
operates a contracting Accounting from Otago accounting needs on
business, so it is no University. While he has site. She can help staff
surprise that Carlene has have two children and been in the North Island wife and child, he is still run existing systems or businesses. Tania is
a special interest in farm are based in Tauhei. since 1993 and now lives firmly a Highlanders and install new accounting married with two school
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Lack of rain see farmers
looking to dry off early
Due to low soil moisture levels supplements. Therefore it will now include:
the local Tokanui research farm cost approx $210/ha in brought-in • Do an autumn/winter feed
was declared a drought situation feed/grazing off to complete the budget for your farm to calculate
on March 10 and despite some season. the size of your deficit (available
recent rainfall the general situa- Farmers who have finally got free from the DairyNZ website
tion has not eased. maize landed on-farm need to www.dairynz.co.nz).
The 30 plus millimetres of factor in how much will be left for • Calculate the cashflow
rainfall received over the past this seasons milk production once requirements to meet your feed
week or so has been the only they take out the quantity demand – for most farmers it will
significant rainfall since the end required for cow condition and to be over and above what you had
of January for most Waikato build pasture covers. planned to spend. Talk to your
farmers. With covers less than bank about it.
Dauiry NZ says covers are 1700kgDM/ha there is not enough • Get rid of empty cows and any
below 1800 for the majority of pasture to feed to keep the whole known culls as they are eating
farms and growth rates have been herd milking even with maize valuable feed that is needed for
below 15kg/DM/ha/day — half of available, so destocking decisions the cows expected to do the work
what we would have expected for still need to be made. next season.
the last four weeks. Regular rainfall from now on • AB calving cows less that con-
This recent rain means a and hopefully the absence of early dition score 3 should be dried off
period of pasture rot down in frosts, means that farmers on and by the end of April all AB
which cows require an extra longer rotations (40 days plus) calving cows still in milk should
4-5kgDM/ha/day supplement for will be in the best position to grow be greater than a condition score
two/three weeks until the new grass. 4.
growth is available. We cannot bank on high May- A few pieces of advice heard
In order for dairy farmers to June growth rates, as there is no from farmers are:
achieve their pasture cover and reason to expect the season to “Take action every week, even
cow condition targets at calving, compensate us for the dry period if it is just drying off half a row”
they have on average a 700kgDM/ (remember the good January we and “We’ve never heard off a
ha deficit if they dried off had). farmer who regretted drying off
tomorrow and had no Actions that farmers can take too early”.
Social justice group progressing
Ideas and action plans sprouted It was agreed that an ideal A newsletter is circulated
at the first monthly meeting of the community where residents collab- among members, detailing the
new social justice focus group, held orate so that all feel safe, happy, skills on offer for exchange.
at Mahuika House. capable and able to cope, still A member offering gardening
People who attended were from depends on trust in relationships. for example, may be rewarded by a
diverse backgrounds and a number These values fit in with the cake baked by a different member
are already involved in a number Transition Towns concept, which entirely who needs some credit
of other community groups. is happening in Thames and Rag- points.
There was debate about the cost lan communities. All are welcome to attend
of living, including medical, educa- A ‘green dollars; scheme is monthly meetings at Mahuika
tion, travel and food. usually part of a Transition Towns House, 114 Downes Street at 7.30pm
When a citizen’s rights issues project. on the first Wednesday of each
came up, an offer was made to A debit and credit record is kept month (next meeting April 7 — all
assist with letter writing. without actual money involved. welcome).
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Pirongia band aiming for
success and good fun
BY GRANT JOHNSTON Macdonald (bass) in Year 12 at Te with everyone contributing a bit,’’
Awamutu College. Leroy says.
Youthful Pirongia band ‘The Leroy and Jimi were at Pirongia ‘‘All ‘The Good Fun’ tunes have
Good Fun’ is reaching for the stars. Primary School together, while some kind of story behind them
The band was rated highly by Kam now lives in Pirongia too. which inspired the writing of
many of the large crowd who The band’s forerunner, ‘Good them.
attended the recent ‘Good After- Fun’ (‘The Good Fun’ minus Kam ‘‘For example in our song
noon’ at Alexandra Hotel. Chadderton) entered Rockquest last ‘Octopus My Love Affair’, Octopus
They have quickly established a year and received ‘The Low Down is a metaphor for eight people —
reputation as an excellent covers Best Song Award’. the song being the story of a love
band doing birthday celebrations, The boys will line up again this affair involving eight people. ‘‘We
pub gigs etc, but want to achieve a year for the Rockquest heats in are aiming to get up onto the top of
lot more. Hamilton on May 5, hoping to once the pops and have some ‘Good
‘The Good Fun’ is Leroy again make the regional finals. Fun’ doing it!,’’ Leroy says.
Clampitt (guitar/vocals) who is in They have just released their The EP was recorded with Matt
Year 13 at Hamilton Boys High, debut EP containing four original Reid from Earplay Studios.
Jimi Mataio (drums/backing songs — ‘Octopus My Love Affair’, The eps are for sale for $5 each
vocals) in Year 13 at Te Awamutu ‘Dinosaur Goes Rawr’, ‘Toni’s Not a and available, along with more TC010410SP7
College, Kam Chadderton (guitar/ Boy’s Name’ and ‘Sun In My Eyes, I information about ‘The Good Fun’ COVER of The Good Fun debut EP — ‘EP Phone Home’ — featuring band
backing vocals) in Year 11 at Te Can’t Drive’. by emailing Leroy at members, from left: Fraser Macdonald, Leroy Clampitt, Jimi Mataio and
Awamutu College and Fraser ‘‘We write the songs as a team Clampitts@clear.net.nz. Kam Chadderton.
keen to see
PAUL BARLOW in his element film making.
Pirongia raised film maker Paul Barlow is hoping
to see some Te Awamutu area entries in the V 48
Hours film making competition, which he is involved
‘‘As a former local, I know the area has plenty of
untapped talent,’’ Mr Barlow says.
‘‘But as one of the few regions where media studies
isn’t taught at high school, it’s often difficult to find an
outlet for those wanting to get involved in media
‘‘This competition is a great chance to get involved
and potentially find a huge audience for the films that
get made,’’ he says.
The V 48 Hours is the largest film making
competition in the Southern Hemisphere.
Each year thousands of entrants take two days to
write, shoot, cut and survive the creation of a short
film which has to include three random elements — a
prop, a line of dialogue and a character — all of which
are given to them minutes before they start.
Each team is also assigned a genre to work in.
The teams are open to work in any medium — they
can animate, shoot on their phone, hire a high-end
camera, as long as the finished film is handed in on
mini-DV tape or DVD and in 16:9 widescreen it doesn’t
matter how it was made.
Each film is shown in the heats and the top 12 are
shown at the regional finals (May 7 at the Gallagher
Hub at Wintec).
From there the regional winner goes on to compete
for the national title on C4, and the best of the rest go
to Wellington to see if Oscar winner Sir Peter Jackson
likes them enough to be his wild card picks.
Registrations close on April 9. For more details
email Mr Barlow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr Barlow has been involved with V 48 Hours for
the past five years, which began after asking Ant
Timpson who founded the competition if he could run
part of it.
He produced Hamilton’s first digital feature in
2007, called ‘Pictures of You’, and directed New
Zealand’s first English language youtube series, ‘The
Orb of Ra’ in 2008.
Mr Barlow has worked in various roles on film, TV
commercials and music videos over the years,
working behind the scenes on shows like National
& Easter Sunday
Geographic’s ‘Expeditions to the Edge’, ‘Changing
Rooms’, ‘Havoc’ and Billy Connelly’s ‘World Tour of
He attended Te Awamutu College before obtaining
a Masters in Film and Television studies from Wintec
and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University
of Waikato, where he also used to teach.
8 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
College campaign kicks off
BY CATHY ASPLIN
Te Awamutu College’s
1st XV training squad
proved too strong for
their counterparts from
Tauhara College (Taupo)
on Saturday, beating the
The pre-season game
was a chance for coaches
John Gibson and Lance
Kerr to get a good look at
some of the new players
who have joined only six
returning from last year’s
The coaches say they
were pleased with the
commitment shown by
the players during their
first real hit out.
Te Awamutu College
First XV will have their
first game in the Waikato
Secondary Schools com-
petition at the beginning
of next term.
Tauhara College First
XV is coached by former
Te Awamutu resident
He has taken his
charges from third div-
ision last year to second
division in the Bay of
Plenty this year. He also
took them on tour to Aus-
tralia for the Southern
Skies tournament last
Mr Rangi says he used
the game as a trial for his
players and felt they TC010410CA06
gained valuable pre- TE AWAMUTU College’s Regan Chetwin (in Te Awamutu Sports strip) takes
season experience the ball up against Tauhara College (from Taupo) with Broncen Bayliss,
playing a stronger side. Brooke George and Pere Retemeyer in support.
Retailers upbeat on
BRIEFLY main street upgrade
Later Couriers next Te Awamutu Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent Chris Smith says retailers have co-operated
week due to Easter well with the current upgrading work for Heart
Due to Easter next week’s Couriers will be printed of Te Awamutu and in general are positive about
one day later. what is happening for the CBD.
First issue for the week will be published on ‘‘There have been a number of comments
Wednesday, April 7 and second issue on Friday, April about how good it is without the trees in the
9. Publication will return to a Tuesday, Thursday cycle pavement areas,’’ he says.
the following week. Main contractor Fulton Hogan says no work
will be undertaken over the Easter break.
Information Centre Next week asphalting of all the storm water
trenches will be done during the night shift.
focus for speaker Directional drilling of the water main road
crossings at the Mutu and Arawata Street
Te Awamutu Information Centre manager Lynne roundabouts, and across Alexandra Street at
Fenwick is guest speaker at Te Awamutu Continuing Churchill Street will be completed.
Education Group’s meeting next Wednesday. Paving work will continue on the pedestrian
She will speak about the wide variety of services crossings on Arawata and Sloane Streets.
the Information Centre offers, which includes travel
A. SHOP 1, GEORGE STREET bookings and an interesting and unusual variety of
Construction of raised pedestrian road cross-
ing ramps on both Market and Roche Streets will
T. (07) 870 4474 New Zealand-made goods. For more details about commence. This will involve detouring pedes-
the meeting see the Public Notices section. trians around the work area on temporary road
Email:email@example.com crossing points.
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 9
EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENTS AT GYDE WANSBONE
Gyde Wansbone are delighted to announce the appointments of new Director,
Lance Fielder and new Associate, Gareth Jinks.
Lance has been with Gyde Wansbone since 2005 and was appointed as an
Associate in 2007.
Gareth also joined the ﬁrm in 2005 and is currently Accounting Team Manager
in charge of training and quality control.
Lance and Gareth join founding directors Graeme Wansbone and Merv Gyde.
Graeme and Merv formed Gyde Wansbone in 2001, bringing together many
years of Chartered Accounting experience as practitioners in Te Awamutu.
Graeme and Merv enjoy working with a wide variety of commercial and farming
clients. Graeme has a particular interest in Dairy Farming and Merv specialises
in Business Consultancy.
The ﬁrm has grown rapidly over the eight years since its inception and Lance and
Gareth further enhance the excellent service Gyde Wansbone offers.
Merv Gyde Gareth Jinks Lance Fielder Graeme Wansbone
Lance and Gareth each bring a range of skills and experience to their roles Director Associate Director Director
and backed by the Gyde Wansbone structure and resources are able to offer
excellent service and advice to their clients.
LANCE FIELDER - DIRECTOR
I was born in Te Aroha and was raised on a dry stock farm in Turua on the Hauraki
Plains. I attended the local primary school and Hauraki Plains College, I played many
sports and helped out on the farm at every possible opportunity. I particularly enjoyed
rugby and was part of the Hauraki Plains College 1st XV rugby championship winning
teams in 1995 and 1996. I also made several Thames Valley Representative rugby
teams and represented Hauraki Plains College at the National Secondary School
In 1997 I attended Waikato University and decided to pursue an accounting career,
completing a Bachelor Of Management Studies, majoring in Accounting and Finance. Following the completion of
my degree in 2001, I moved to Auckland to work for Deloitte and explored the ﬁeld of auditing. I had the pleasure
of being exposed to several big companies such as; Air New Zealand, Paciﬁc Retail Group (Bond and Bond,
Noel Leeming), Carter Holt Harvey and Spotlight Stores.
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant and 4 years in Audit with Deloitte I moved to Te Awamutu to work for
Gyde Wansbone. Since moving to Te Awamutu in 2005 I have married a local Te Awamutu girl, Haley (nee Morris)
and we now have two children, Annabelle and Max. I am now a spectator of rugby and enjoy the challenge of golf
and having fun with friends. I am also on the executive committee of the Te Awamutu Chamber of Commerce and
have taken up the role of treasurer.
I was appointed as an Associate with Gyde Wansbone in April 2007 and enjoy working with commercial operators,
tradesmen and farmers. Through my experiences of growing up in the rural community of Hauraki Plains, working
in Auckland and my various team sports, I have the ability to communicate with a broad range of people. I believe
my role as an accountant is not to simply crunch the numbers but is to work with you on your business and provide
you with the knowledge and the tools to be able to manage a successful business.
GARETH JINKS – ASSOCIATE
I grew up in Bury in the North West of England, not far from Manchester.
I attended Bury Grammar School, enjoying cross country running and playing
cello in the school orchestra. I also played for the local authority Youth Orchestra
which gave me an opportunity to travel around the country as well as in Europe
to compete in competitions.
In 1990 I attended Lancaster University, which has a renowned Business faculty,
and completed a Bachelor of Science in Management Sciences, majoring in
Economics. In 1993 after university I joined Hurst & Co, a small Accounting
Practice in Stockport and completed the three years of exams and training necessary to join the Institute of
Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW). My time at Hurst & Co gave me invaluable experience of
working with a range of clients, problem solving, providing taxation advice and carrying out audits, and I was
promoted to Assistant Manager.
In 2000 the world of commerce beckoned and I moved to be the ﬁnancial accountant at Blemain Finance, a large
independent ﬁnance company in Manchester. After two and a half years of great experience there, I took a year
out to travel across Asia and through Australia and New Zealand. It was on this trip that I met Cath who would
later become my wife.
On returning to England I worked for United Utilities, the largest provider of power to the North West of England
at their head ofﬁce, before moving to Te Awamutu with Cath, joining Gyde Wansbone in 2005 and completing my
New Zealand C A qualiﬁcation. I have joined the executive committee of the Te Awamutu Chamber of Commerce.
Cath and I now have a daughter Molly who takes up most of our spare time.
My varied experience dealing with small and large companies both in practice and in industry enables me to
understand the different needs of different clients and realise that each client has their own needs and set of
problems which need to be addressed on an individual basis.
195 Mahoe Street Te Awamutu
Phone 07 872 0585
10 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
Print maker turns NZ on its head
Featured print maker at
Baffin Street gallery in April is
Marty Vreede, whose exhi-
bition is from a series of work
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Awamutu Information Centre: 10 - Kihikihi Craft Market, a table. Pirongia Memorial Hall 9.30am-
3,10,17,24 - Car Boot Sale, 10am-2pm, Kihikihi Town Hall. 24 - Arawata Market Day, 1pm. Local art and crafts along
Council Car Park, plants, pro- An undercover market inside Arawata Street (St John’s front- with local produce. Contact
BACKLOADING duce, woodwork, preserves,
flowers, fish and seafood, baking
the Town Hall, showcasing the
talent of local crafters in the
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Thinking differently Artistic ‘Aussies’ on board
Tomorrow (April 2) are diagnosed between Many people with BY CATHY ASPLIN
has been designated 2-5 years of age. ASD have difficulty with
World Autism Aware- However, many are social relations, can Australia’s loss is our
ness Day by the United not diagnosed until later become anxious about gain.
Nations General in life, if at all. changes in routines and Former Toowoomba
Assembly. The autism spectrum have challenging or diffi- couple Gwen and Harry
Autism New Zealand includes several distinct cult behaviours. Hart settled in Te Awa-
is using the day to help diagnoses such as: mild, They can be non- mutu last year and both
people better understand classic and high- verbal, unable to ready have brought a wealth of
this often confusing con- functioning autism, per- body language or facial theatre experience with
dition. vasive developmental expressions, repeat them.
Community activities disorder or Asperger’s words and phrases with- They were heavily
are planned to raise syndrome, as well as a out understanding and involved in the
awareness, displays are whole range of different be withdrawn and Toowoomba Repetory
being staged and several symptoms. unresponsive. Theatre Society for
schools are undertaking The ability to “think Autism New Zealand almost 40 years.
fundraising awareness differently” can mean provides support, Mrs Hart had a num-
days today to help raise that while a person with resources, education and ber of roles - including
the profile of autism in ASD can seem unusual, information to people director, actor, choreo-
New Zealand. distant or even angry with autism spectrum grapher, producer and
While Autism Spec- they can also come up disorders, their family, scenery painter.
trum Disorder (ASD) is with ideas and make caregivers and profes- Eventually she
one of this country’s achievements of the very sionals working with became the artistic direc-
most prevalent child- highest calibre. them. tor with overall responsi-
hood disabilities, most “In fact a world with- With fifteen branches bility for organising an
people know very little out Autism would be a around the country annual programme of six
about the disorder and lesser world and we must (many run by volunteer major productions. TC010410SP11A
its affect on families, support those with ASD committees), each She also directed AUTHOR Charles Condomine (Dave Stearns) with his wife Ruth Condomine
says Autism NZ Chief to make the most of their branch offers various musical productions for (Louise Wieck) in the Talos production of ‘Blithe Spirit’.
Executive Alison Molloy. ability,” says Mrs levels of support, includ- the Choral and Philhar-
“Autism affects over Molloy. ing holiday programmes, monic Societies. BLITHE SPIRIT Condomine, an author the least!’’
40,000 New Zealand fam- “Many with ASD have music therapy, social Mr Hart is an artist Blithe Spirit is the whose first wife Elvira The Talos production
ilies and 50 million famil- made very significant skills programmes, cof- who has also been first production in New has been dead for seven of Blithe Spirit opens on
ies worldwide. contributions to the fee mornings, regular involved in theatre, Zealand for Mrs Hart. years and he is reason- Saturday, April 10 at
‘‘It is also the fastest world we live in, particu- meetings and pre-school exploring his acting side She says the Noel ably happy with his 7.30pm.
growing serious develop- larly in the fields of support. in several productions. Coward play ‘is a nice, second wife Ruth. To col- The two week season
ment disability in the science, maths, music, For further informa- He is currently exhib- frothy, devil-may-care’ lect material for his new includes matinees on
world as diagnosis is the arts and computing. tion or to find details of iting at the Baffin Street show which she has also book, he invites Madame Sunday April 11 and Sat-
now starting to be With diagnosis and sup- your local branch, con- Gallery, Pirongia. staged in Toowoomba. Arcati, a local medium, urday April 17.
carried out more port, those with Autism tact Autism New Zea- More than 100 people She hopes local audi- to conduct a seance at Tickets are now on
effectively than in the can make a wonderful land, ph 0800 AUTISM attended a farewell for ences will also enjoy it. their home. sale from the Te Awa-
past.” contribution to our com- (0800 288 476) or visit the couple, prior to them ‘‘The story revolves ‘‘All I will say is what mutu i-Site Information
Typically children munity.” www.autismnz.org.nz shifting to New Zealand. around Charles follows is chaos to say Centre.
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Very tidy 3brm home that is beautifully maintained A nice private unit with some TLC required but Cute and Curious Delightfully renovated bungalow. MAKE YOUR MARK. Opportunity here to put your Tenants want to stay. 3 bdrm home so close to
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View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA091110 property today! View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100303 section 840m² section. Close to school and View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100305
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100208 shops. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100242
KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 JANE - M: 027 228 6282 & GLENN - M: 021 925 744
$259,000 $263,000 $265,000 $285,000 $292,000
A great opportunity here, with 3 double bedrooms, First home buyer or investor. Solid 3 bdrm home, Lovely 3 dble brm home with new bathroom, 2 Walk to supermarket, 2 bedroom, ofﬁce, Be within walking distance of the new shopping
new kitchen, new carpet & lino.. Pleasant location 2 living, study, dbl garage on 1012m² section. toilets & nicely decorated interior. Well landscaped conservatory, low maintenance townhouse. centre whilst enjoying this completely renovated
on family sized section with double garage and View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100237 1221m2 section. Sleepout for extra guests. Rural View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100103 home.
carport. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100317 outlook. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100236 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100308
GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174
PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING PRICE REDUCED
$305,000 $315,000 $325,000 $339,000 $355,000
Treasure & transform, 3 bedrooms, 2 living, top Fantastic brick unit with double internal access Bring the family to this spacious brick home Dare to be different and enjoy what this nearly Views, paddocks, modern 3 bedroom home. 2
central location. garaging. This property sits on a very compact tidy located in quiet no exit street with excellent new and very easy care property has to offer! A decks, Sunrise to sunset warmth.
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100115 section and is in a great location. Don’t delay on neighbours. home designed for modern living. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100213
this one! View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100306 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100107 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA090910
DALE SMEATON - M: 027 452 6987 A: 07 871 4976 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 CAMERON ROWE - M: 027 365 6826
PRICE REDUCED PRICE REDUCED
$358,000 $360,000 $369,000 $365,000 $369,000
Immaculately presented splitstone home in quiet Excellent opportunity. Tidy 3 bedroom plus study, Like a game of golf? If so this property is for you! Tired of looking after a big section but still want a Well presented 3 bedroom plus ofﬁce home in
street handy to school, shops and cafes! Get into low maintenance home. Selling below CV. On a Beautifully maintained home with stunning views good size family home in a great location, handy Pirongia. Great entertainment area, close to
the popular Pirongia village and enjoy the lifestyle. good sized section. across the golf course and beyond. to town/schools & stadium. Sellers want action. school, cafes and shops.
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100301 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA090701 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100106 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA091201 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100241
KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939 JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939
$350,000+GST $410,000 NEG $OFFERS $525,000 NEG $600,000
You choose! Restart the service station, set up Sitting proud in a top location this large family BANK KNOCKING Our vendor wants a sale now! Fantastic little lifestyle with stunning views in Lifestyle with income. 1.331ha, set up for bed &
as mechanics workshop or just live somewhere sized home consisting of 3 bedrooms, ofﬁce, Chance to own executive home in top subdivision sought after Paterangi area. breakfast. 6 brms, separate lounge, wheelchair
a little bit different! large rumpus room and double internal access in TA. Great views, 4 brms, 3 bthrms. You must see View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100215 friendly. Central to Pirongia/Te Awamutu/Hamilton.
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA090920 garage. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA091116 this one. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA2265 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100238
KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 MELANIE BARKER - M: 027 483 9845 A: 07 871 8700 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174 DON - M: 027 289 5924 & GLENN - M: 021 925 744
$629,000 $685,000 NEG $695,000 $865,000+GST ON LAND $NEG
HOME OF INTERNAL DISTINCTION. Quality Home DOUBLE DELIGHT! Two quality homes on a large, A landmark property. Large luxury 3 bedroom, 2 Near new 4 bdrm home. 4.8hectares all set up Location, Location, Lifestyle. 6.7ha excellent set
with top grade kitchen, lovely bathrooms,four 2705 m² section with manicured gardens. 2 bathroom, 2 living. for grazing, good fences, large implements shed. up. 3 bdrm, renovated home, large high stud 3
bedrooms and two living areas on a large site. separate homes with 2 double garages. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100116 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TAR090303 bay lockable shed.
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100318 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100211 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA070701
GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 13
07 871 8700
TE AWAMUTU: 68 St Ledger Rd TENDER TE AWAMUTU: 5 Pokuru Road
Picture Perfect FINAL NOTICE Dairy Unit with Options
61.3401 hectare dairy unit handy to Te Awamutu. OPEN DAY: Wednesday 121 hectares of flat to easy rolling contour situated on town boundary.
11.30-1pm OPEN DAY: Wednesday
Excellent set up for one labour unit. 16 ASHB dairy 34 bale rotary dairy shed, 6 bay implement/calf shed, hay shed. Town
TENDER: Thursday 8th April 2010 and spring water supply. Lane way set up for split herd management.
shed, implement and separate calf shed. Good 3 at 1pm, Harcourts Auction Room, Currently milking 450 cows. Calves fed on wholemilk. Best production View at www.harcourts.co.nz
bedroom home, double garage. Dairy shares for 305 Alexandra Street, 131508 milk solids. Low input unit, homestead of 4 bedrooms plus ID#TAR090206
Te Awamutu ensuite, double garage plus second home of 3 bedrooms plus double
74,789 milk solids. This property is well presented, garage, 2 bedroom workers cottage and single self contained unit. All
would be hard to find a dairy unit as tidy as this one, View at www.harcourts.co.nz this on town boundary. This property adjoins a property of 61 hectares
ID#TA100302 which may be purchased as one unit. Stock and plant also available,
location, location. vendors want sale.
Don Pinny Claude Greaney Don Pinny
Sales Consultant Sales Consultant
m: 027 289 5924 m: 027 477 5444 Sales Consultant
a: 07 871 7114 a: 07 871 8869 m: 027 289 5924
a: 07 871 7114
1. View from 4.5392ha
2. Relocated Renovator on 0.2580ha
3. Section 0.2580ha Three Mokau Properties All Reduced to Sell!!
1. DEVELOP: A 4.5392ha block with a number of building sites all with views of
either rural, river, bush, sea views, Mokau and the night lights of New Plymouth.
R.V: $212,000 Priced at $250,000 negotiable
www.harcourts.co.nz ID# KC2297
2. RENOVATE: Three bedroom back, open plan, deck, views.
Priced at $165,000 negotiable
www.harcourts.co.nz ID# KC2299
3. BUILD: Bare section fully fenced.
R.V $111,000 Priced at $130,000 negotiable
www.harcourts.co.nz ID# KC2295
All three properties on Te Mahoe Road close to Mokau village. Tarsealed.
OPEN DAY: Saturday 3rd April 2.30-3.30pm
M 027 418 4273
B 07 878 8700
H 07 877 8093
14 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
play at SA Thomson nets double
Rosborough Road & Waite Road Te Awamutu
reduction of play to nine
holes on ladies’ day at
Stewart Alexander Golf
at TA golf course
Club. Angela Thomson upstaged the men Poole, Sid Lim with 50.7, and Mike
Sherrill Lawrence winning scrambles on Saturday and Claydon, Welby Murrell, Ross Murray
fared best in the wet Sunday at ASB Te Awamutu Golf Club. 54.
conditions, scoring 20 Thomson produced the best overall The club’s well performed third
stableford — one more score of 40 stableford on Saturday. Her division pennant team remains
than joint runners-up Bev nearest rival in the women’s field was unbeaten after dealing to Hukanui 6.5 to
Herbert and Maureen Julie Stevanon with 39 points. 2.5 at Cambridge.
Brain. Best of the men were Lance Pora Due to a protest earlier in the series,
Other leading scorers with 39, Graeme Buckley 38 and Rich- Te Awamutu are out of junior pennant
were Ann Hayes, Cheryl ard Taylor 37. contention.
Forster, Margaret Bouma Thomson completed a fine double by But Colin Green reports that the
and Elwyn Ford all on 18. jointly winning the Craig Vincent team can still enter the remaining
sponsored Sunday scramble with Dave rounds of the event to give the promis-
Herbert and Toby Thomson, all on 42 ing young players the experience of
Parsons, Grey stableford. competitive golf.
Open midweek winners were Atu Te In the latest round played at Te
top combo Ao with 75 gross, Anthony Imeson 59 Awamutu, Adam Ballantyne shot 62 net
net and Ted Cooper 42 stableford. and Michael McDougall 66.
Beverley Parsons and Best of the Vets in the three member Leading the series are Putaruru on
Shirley Grey won a hotly team ambrose were Trevor Carthy, Ian 1057, Lochiel 1064 and Kawhia 1087.
contested 36 holes Nancy
with 140 net.
The runners-up were
Sue Young and Kitty
Kanters with 141 net, fol-
Dickey Rosebowl winner
lowed by Brenda Staples A countback was necessary to the fifth and sixth holes.
and Patty MacIntyre on decide the winner of the Bainbridge Pirongia VETENT sponsored
142 and Shirley Kewish Rosebowl after Bruce Dickey and Cam championship pennant team beat Wai-
and Rosemary Collinson- Wells both finished on 87 stableford at tomo 5.5 to 3.5 on Sunday at Cam-
Smith 143. Pirongia Golf Club. bridge, while the VETENT Prebble
TWO OPPORTUNITIES HAVE ARISEN The a.m. net was won The pair led with 46 points after Cup team were beaten 9-3 by the
1 - 4 bedroom homestead plus a 2 bedroom cottage on by Mel Turner/Mary round one and both returned scores of highly rated Waikare at Huntly in
33.1371ha. Contour varies with approx 18ha mowable, Wealleans with 67 net and 41 stableford in round two, with round three.
sound workable farm – e.g. fencing, races, water system the p.m. by Chris Ward/ identical nine hole splits of 22 and 19. David Strawbridge reports the
and tree plantings. 10 ASHB dairy shed (disused), 3 bay Jill Webber with 69 net. It came down to the last three holes Prebble Cup team were ‘‘proudly
implement shed, haybarn, fert bin, piggery and workshop. Fay Haberfield won where, on a countback, Dickey dressed in their new shirts but took
This properties current use is Dairying in conjunction both the Vets Cup and managed one more point than Wells to their eyes off the game plan, so their
with lease land. Aotearoa Cup with 65 emerge the winner. year is over’’.
Price by Private Treaty Negotiation nets. The scoring was generally of a high Senior men’s scramble: P. Eyre 46
2 - 3 bedroom home with 2 bay stand alone garaging / Best gross went to Bev standard — Graham Charteris scoring stableford, G. Bowman 45, M.
barn. A lifestyle in progress – site 0.6124ha (STT). Easy Parsons with 83. 48 points in the juniors and Phil Eyre Williams, W. Russo, R. Budgen 43, R.
commuting distance to Te Awamutu (approx 20kms) and LGU winners were B. returning 46 in the senior section. Mossman, J. Dunn, B. Keene, E.
Hamilton (approx 25kms). Parsons (silver) with 73 The senior jackpot was shared Hughes, S. Mills 42, B. Dickey, M.
Price ﬁt your budget?? $319,000 net, N. Hancock (bronze I) between Gary Bowman and Mike Barclay, B. Slade 41.
66 net and F. Haberfield Williams. Bowman recorded a two on Longest putt: W. Russo; closest to
All this with compelling views and Mt Pirongia as a Stuart Gudsell
(bronze II) 65 net. the fifth and an eagle on the sixth (par pin: B Pepperell.
backdrop. B 07 870 6219 Scramble winners five), while Williams scored a brace of Junior men: Charteris 46, J
www.pggwre.co.nz ID: HAM1259540 & HAM1299612 M 021 951 737 were E. Campbell with 67 twos on the second and fifth. Warburton 45, D. Peryer 44, T. Moke
net and F. Haberfield with In the ladies’ competition, Toni 43, D. Lowry 41, C. Wells 41.Ladies: P.
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008 65. Cavey carded successive birdies on Hughes 38, T. Cavey 37.
768 Pirongia Road Te Awamutu
• 23.7743ha (58.7462 acres) on ‘The Strip’ Auction:
Te Awamutu – Pirongia Road 9th April 2010
• Flat contour - Subdivision 28 paddocks plus 2.00pm
• Tree lined laneways with easy access to quality
pasture and ﬁrst class cattle handling facility
• Two high pressure water systems and pumps for
reticulating to all paddocks and homestead
• 1980’s homestead (additions in the ‘90’s),
3 bedrooms plus ofﬁce
• Outbuildings abound - double garaging x 2,
3 bay barn (2 bay lock up), haybarn plus older
barn. Loadouts, cattle and vehicle
• Retiring vendors - genuine sellers so come and
view! Stuart Gudsell
B 07 870 6219
www.pggwre.co.nz ID: HAM1294672 M 021 951 737
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 15
Hairini Kakepuku Cup joy not as it
ASB TE AWAMUTU SPORTS
Trip down memory lane for inaugural champs used to be WAIKATO PREMIER RUGBY
BY COLIN THORSEN A glance at Te Awa- THURSDAY NIGHT – 1ST APRIL
mutu Tennis Sub
Hairini Tennis Club had ample Association’s Kakepuku Premier A v Hamilton Marist No.1 7.30pm
reason to celebrate after winning Cup shows a string of past Premier B v Hamilton Marist No.1 6.30pm
the Kakepuku Cup interclub com- winners either currently
petition for an historic second time in recess or now defunct. 6.30pm
TRAININGS TUES & THURS 6.30 pm
this season. Past trophy winners The Honda Shop U21s
The club’s only other triumph this applies to are
was in 1967, the first year that the Ngahape, Ngutunui, U85Kgs
trophy was played for by clubs in Kaipaki, Pukeatua,
the Te Awamutu sub association, Paterangi, Pokuru and 6.30pm
TRAININGS THURS 6.30 pm
although they were runners-up in Waikeria.
1968 and 2008. Sub association Senior Division 2 Stags
This year’s competition was stalwart Marj Irvine
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Hairini over Roto-O-Rangi, after represented by 40 teams FOR ALL GRADES
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TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 17
Firehawks vindicate premier promotion
Te Awamutu Sports Firehawks earlier in the day in Hamilton, I was
celebrated their debut appearance in able to see the skill and commitment
Waikato premier rugby league com- of our young players and their
petition with a 40-28 win over College parents, that can only strengthen the
Old Boys. future of the club.
The visitors opened the scoring at ‘‘To finish the day with our first
Albert Park on Saturday with a brace premier win was fitting reward for
of tries as the Firehawks tried to all the hard work that the players
come to grips with the greater pace have put in over the past two
and skill level up in the top grade. months.’’
Firehawks coach, Kane The day began at 9am with the
Rangitonga says his players knew eight Firehawks schoolboy grade
College Old Boys would try to intimi- teams, ranging from four to 15 years
date them, being the ‘new boys on the of age, playing a pre-season tourna-
block’. ment in Hamilton against Hamilton
‘‘It was important for us to main- Hornets, Hamilton City Tigers and
tain our discipline, stay committed College Old Boys.
to our defence, and choose the right All the teams played two games
moments to show our attacking and performed well in preparation
ability. for their competition starting at
The Firehawks’ resolve to stick to Resthills Park in Hamilton after the
their game plan paid dividends when school holidays.
barnstorming forward, Richard The Firehawks U17 team drew
Hunapo proved unstoppable from 20 30-all with College Old Boys on
metres out, smashing through sev- Friday night, while the premier
eral would-be-tacklers. reserve grade team had a narrow last
The further the game went, the minute 32-28 loss to College Old Boys
more the Firehawks started to in Saturday’s curtainraiser at Albert
believe in themselves. Park.
The inability to break the home Club chairman, Richard Clark
team’s spirit frustrated College OB, says the vision of the club, when
resulting in one of their players established six years ago, is finally
being sent from the field for head coming to fruition.
butting. ‘‘It’s a fitting outcome for all those
A second Hunapo try and a four club members and players who have
pointer to Mark Sugar had the put in the ‘hard yards’ over the years
Firehawks leading 16-12 at the break. TC010410CT01 to get the club to this point.’’
The Firehawks lifted their game TRY TIME: Firehawks’ prop Richard Hunapo scores the first of his two tries against College Old Boys. The Firehawks premiers are in
to another level in the second half, for another physical encounter
showing resolute defence and mag- was a gem, outsprinting the defence brace of tries. Coach Rangitonga described the against Hamilton Hornets at
nificent attacking flair with a string in a 95 metre run to score under the Further Firehawks tries to tire- day as one of the proudest in the 15 Enderley Park in Hamilton on Good
of long range tries involving backs posts. less second rower Adam Clerke, years he has coached rugby league. Friday.
and forwards. Hooker Kenneth Te Huia was rising star Desmond Te Huia and ‘‘Having refereed some of the The reserves play at 1pm, fol-
One of Issac Howell’s two tries rewarded for his stout defence with a Mark Sugar sealed the win. Firehawks’ primary school games lowed by the premiers at 2.30pm.
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Lost and Found Public Notices
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ORNATE, found on
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may pick it up from the
Te Awamutu Courier Room Vacancies Organisers would like to thank their great sponsors
Births Deaths In Memoriam Office or phone 871-5151. We currently have vacant rooms available for the for helping make the tournament a huge success.
elderly at Freeman Court. We also offer: Implex Pipes . Heli Ali . Wrightsons . RD1 . 308 Charters .
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announce the arrival 18th Intake). on April 4, 2008. Loved districts History. A • Our aged community are welcome for Dupont . NRM . Nufarm . Dow Agro . Ballance Fert . VE
of their third son Died March 30, 2010 at and missed every day. meeting will be held in lunchtime meals and to share the fellowship of
"Sam" home surrounded by Helen and family. the staffroom Korakonui Vets . Agro Com . Stallion & KBL . Hydroﬂo . FIL . Gallagher
his family. Aged 72 School, Thursday April 8, our permanent residents. . Eco lab . Merial . Bayer . Matamata Timber & Hardware .
On March 23, 2010. years. Loved father of Acknowledgements 7.00pm to discuss; .
If you have any queries please Power Farming . Vetent . Osbornes Transport . Te Awamutu
Bruce and Christine, compiling stories of the
Murray and the late MAURIOHOOHO early pioneers, history, phone the Manager on 871-5260 Prepackers . Nigel McClure . Ace Lawn Mowers . The Honda
Grant. Loved and Ngakawini (Wini). events etc, of the districts Shop . Annie & Graham Carmichael . Alcock Contracting
respected grandfather "You’ve been gone a of Korakonui, Happy . Hammerhead . Hawkeye . Cooper Animal Health . Agro
of Nicola and week now love Valley, Panetapu, TE AWAMUTU COLLEGE
Shannon, Rachael and Mangatutu, Seeds . Farmlands . Lime Haulage . Super Air . Jeremy
and I miss you."
Sam, Adam, Jenna and Con, Auntie Bub, the Wharepuhunga and Board of Trustees Election Walker Concrete . Ag Pak . International Schering-Plough
Jeremy, Luke, Ben and many nieces and Ngaroma, in an era that . Land More Hunting & Fishing Otorohanga . Nosloe
Fillipa, and great nephews wish to thank faced times of challenge, Products . 7399504AA
Te Awamutu College
VINCENT-WILLIAMSON grandfather to little our whanau and the hardship, We welcome
(Three Parent Representatives)
Blake. many friends pakeha discussion of ideas, and
Tony and Kelly proudly "Brave until the end, and maori who suggestions to hopefully Te Awamutu Intermediate
announce the arrival of one battle too many" attended her tangi and make a publication that Kihikihi Primary School
A celebration of Neils funeral. Thank you, will cover the early days Pekerau Primary School
“Layla Marie” life will be held at St thank you, thank you, of this area in a record Pokuru Primary School
Born March 29 at Andrew’s very much. She will be that will be a lasting and St Patrick’s Catholic School
Waikato Hospital Presbyterian Church, sadly missed. valuable record for years Te Awamutu Primary School
80 Mutu Street, Te to come. Perhaps a timely Waipa Christian School
weighing 3335gms Awamutu on Church Services project to coincide with
(7lb 5oz). Saturday, April 3 at
(Five Parent Representatives)
the Korakonui School
Thanks to midwives 2.00pm followed by Anglican Church Centennial year. All • Nominations are invited for the election of
private cremation. In welcome. Phone Graham
Karen and Heidi. parent representatives to the Board of
lieu of flowers a Lawry 871-1759, Robert
All doing well. donation to the Port 872-2715.
District Nursing Good Friday •A nomination form and a copy of this notice
Services Te Awamutu April 2, 2010
would be much 10.00am Personal will be posted to all eligible voters.
Deaths appreciated and may Easter Day NOW they speculate, • Additional nomination forms can be
ALPIGER be left at the service. April 4, 2010 suppose, assume, analyse obtained from the school ofﬁce.
Joseph. All communications to 9.30am and didn’t understand • Nominations close at noon on April 23, 2010
(May 25, 1928 — March the Bain Family, c/- anything; not everything and may be accompanied by a candidate’s
All Welcome what people tell is always
27, 2010) husband of 50 PO Box 137, Te statement.
years to the late Maria. Awamutu please. Enquiries: 871-6130 true. Wish all my friends
Pa to Bea and Ross Te Awamutu Funeral "Happy Easter" - • The voting roll is open for inspection at
McGowan, Irene, Yvo, Services FDANZ Wolfgang. the school and can be viewed during normal
Denise and Shayne PHONE James Parlane, school hours.
Hamilton, and Rita. BAIN METHODIST
Solicitor, 870-4991. • There will also be a list of candidate’s
Papa to Sam, Isaac, Neil Donald.
Pascal, Nadja, Josh CHURCH Raffles
names, as they come to hand, for inspection
and Adam. Peacefully at Te at the school.
Remembered by his Awamutu. Very much Sunday SPCA raffle - 1st : 32 green • The poll closes at noon on May 7, 2010.
many relatives in loved father-in-law of April 4 heart, S Mercer; 2nd : 51
Switzerland. A private Kaylene and loved 10.00am red diamond, Lorraine; Returning Ofﬁcers
family service and grandad of Nicola,
Easter Communion 3rd : 97 yellow heart,
cremation has been Shannon and Adam. Ngaire Neill. Thanks for Trish Ure - Te Awamutu College
at Te Awamutu Carol Lambert - Te Awamutu Intermediate
held, as per Joe’s "Dad, you were my everyone’s support.
wishes. All rock. Thanks for ALL Cleonie Whyte - Kihikihi Primary School
correspondence to the always being there WELCOME Public Notices Sharon Saunders - Pekerau Primary School
Alpiger Family C/- PO for me and my Enquiries 871-5376
Box 137, Te Awamutu. children. I will always
Ian McLauchlan - Pokuru Primary School
Te Awamutu Funeral love and miss you." REV MAUREEN CALMAN TE AWAMUTU Dana Macdonald - St Patrick’s Primary School
Kaylene. Ian McLauchlan - Te Awamutu Primary School
Services FDANZ CONTINUING Peta Macdonald - Waipa Christian School
Monumental Masons ST PATRICK’S EDUCATION
WAIKATO STONECRAFT PARISH April 7, 10.00am
HOLY WEEK ALCOHOLICS
41 Shakespeare Street CEREMONIES
CAMBRIDGE Speaker: ANONYMOUS
Holy Thursday Lynne Fenwick, If you want to
Phone (07) 827-5226 7.00pm Te Awamutu drink that’s
Leading the way in Monumental design Good Friday 3.00pm Information Centre RESTRICTED FIRE SEASON your business
Come in and see Craig and the team Holy Saturday Topic:
OTOROHANGA RURAL FIRE AUTHORITY IF YOU WANT
Easter Vigil 7.00pm Hear what the centre TO STOP,
We can offer you; Easter Sunday can do for our THAT’S OURS
- A qualiﬁed Graphic Artist 9.00am Mass community, as well Pursuant to the powers vested in Council under the Forest and Rural Fires Act
as visitiors. 1977, notice is hereby given that lighting of ﬁre in the open air is restricted Phone 871-4072
- We are members of the NZ You will be surprised or 870-3463
Monumental Masons Association over all of the Otorohanga District including Kawhia and Otorohanga
Communities as from midnight, March 31 2010 to midnight on April 30
- A 10 year guarantee KIHIKIHI Everybody Welcome
2010, or until notiﬁed otherwise by public notice:
- Qualiﬁed Tradesmen DUTY
PRESBYTERIAN All ﬁres in the open air are required to have a permit issued by an authorised
Check out our showrooms in; PHARMACY
Hamilton - Cambridge - Tokoroa - Rotorua CHURCH
MASONIC Rural Fire Ofﬁcer, except for those activities noted below:
• BBQ’s lit in properly constructed containers and fuelled with gas, solid or
liquid fuel Open all Easter
Funeral Directors April 2, 9.30am
Good Friday • Traditional cooking ﬁres within a pit or conﬁned area and where not less 10.00am - 1.00pm
Meditations What are the secrets of than three metres of ground surrounding the ﬁre is cleared of grass and Friday, Sunday,
modern free masonry? all combustible material Monday
Sunday A brotherhood practicing 9.00am - 2.00pm
Any ﬁre within one kilometre of Department of Conservation administered Saturday
April 4, 9.30am ancient, moral rituals. land requires a permit from the Department of Conservation.
INTERESTED? Section 23 of the Act states that it is an offence to set on ﬁre, to assist in
Te Awamutu Rev Fogatia Levi Phone
the setting of ﬁre, to cause or permit to be set on ﬁre, to aid, abet or assist
in setting on ﬁre in the open air, any vegetation or any other combustible Ma’s Kitchen
Funeral Ser vices
material whatsoever, during a restricted ﬁre season except pursuant to an &Takeaways
authority or permit from a Fire Ofﬁcer for the Rural Fire District.
570 ALEXANDRA STREET,TE AWAMUTU Church Services It shall be no legal defence against claims for damage caused by any ﬁre, CHANGE OF
that such ﬁre was of the type, or lit at the time permitted, by this notice. OWNERSHIP
Alexandra House Catering April 1, 2010
& all Monumental Needs Permit applications should be made to the Otorohanga District Council,
phone (07) 873-4000 during the hours of 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to sincerely all her
Ofﬁce, Chapel and Reception Lounge Friday. Permits should be applied for at least three days (72 hours) in advance friends and loyal
For compassionate and caring service call of the planned ﬁre to enable site inspections to be made by the Fire Ofﬁcers. customers for
Permits will not be issued after hours, during weekends or public their support in
Garth & Lynette Williams the last two years,
holidays. and wish new
Paul L’Huillier or Ian Croft
R Chadwick owners Steve and
Member of Griefcare and FDANZ PRINCIPAL RURAL FIRE OFFICER Rachel every
PHONE (07) 871-5131 ALL HOURS
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 19
Public Notices Public Notices Garage Sales
Parawera School EDDY WEBSTER KIHIKIHI
Board of Trustees Election Te Awamutu Sports SCROLLSAW ARTIST 65 HALL STREET
★ ★ ★ ★
Dart Club Showing at
kayak, tent, kitchen/
• Nominations are sought for the election of ﬁve The Gallery television, cameras,
parent representatives to the Board of Trustees. Ngatea laptop, books, clothes,
Special Annual General Meeting from April 6 and loads more, starts
• A nomination form and copy of this notice will be 8.00am Easter Saturday.
posted to all eligible voters. AGENDA: TO VISIT VISITED
• Additional nomination forms can be obtained from 1. Name change for NZDC nominations. ❏
the school ofﬁce. 2. Treasurer
• Nominations close at noon on Friday, April 23, 2010 3. Secretary FIREWOOD TE AWAMUTU
80 MUTU STREET
and may be accompanied by a candidate’s statement. 4. Committee Members MATAI - dry and ready to
St Andrew’s Op Shop
go! $140 m3, free delivery.
• The voting roll is open for inspection at the school Date: April 25, 2010 Phone Tony or Michelle opens 8.00am - 11.00am
and can be viewed during normal school hours. Venue: Te Awamutu Sports Clubrooms (07) 878-7288 - Quality April 3. Warmer clothes.
Firewood Supplies "pass Kitchen and household
• There will be a list candidates’ names as they come Time: 7.00pm SHARP
the rest, buy the best". goods too.
to hand for inspection at the school. All members urged to attend TO VISIT VISITED
• The poll closes at noon on Friday, May 7, 2010. FIREWOOD ❏ ❏
GET ready for winter! -
Robyn Nightingale Married? pine $60, mixed $80.
Phone Woodshack or text
orders (021) 294-6148. MUIR ROAD
Returning Ofﬁcer Interested in Childrens clothing, toys,
“The Marriage Course”? FIREWOOD linen, odds and ends,
SPLIT, firewood, $65 m3 household items, not
You’re Invited to a pine, $85 m3 gum, free before 8.00am.
FREE Introductory SUPPER! delivery. Phone TO VISIT VISITED
0800-drywood. ❏ ❏
Sunday April 18, 7.00pm
in “The Atrium”
FIREWOOD TE AWAMUTU
5m - $160, 10m - $290
855 HAZELMERE CRESCENT
(Te Awamutu Baptist Church) delivered. Expected Weather permitting only,
shortage this winter, not before 8.00am.
To register for introduction night,
CREATIVE COMMUNITIES Phone (07) 873-9190 TO VISIT VISITED
phone Dianne Burgess evenings, mobile (021)
617-349. ❏ ❏
Te Kura Kaupapa Mãori o Oparure at 871-5500 or Neil & Carol
TE AWAMUTU / PIRONGIA / OHAUPO Board of Trustees Elections 2010 871-2804 after 5.00pm
DRY firewood logs,
The Creative Communities Scheme fund, Nominations are invited for the election of varying diameters, good AVAILABLE, grazing on
access, cut your own, $50 proven grazing farms,
administered by the Waipa Community Arts ﬁve parent representatives to the Board of
Council is open for applications.
If you have an art project or public
A nomination form and a copy of this notice
The Alpha Hotel per log. Phone 872-4741. competitive
performance coming up, we may be able to will be posted to all eligible voters. Additional www.nzgrazing.co.nz
help with funding. 13 Havelock Street, Kihikihi BASINETTE BALEAGE round, top
nomination forms can be obtained from the Phone 870-4026 quality guaranteed.
If you would like to know more about the school ofﬁce. WHITE cane with stand,
Phone (07) 827-1849, (027)
mattress, draper, $60.
scheme or would like to apply for funding, Nominations close at NOON on April 27, 2010 • BREAKFAST Phone 871-1851.
please telephone Andrea Duncan, Community HEIFER grazing
Liason Ofﬁcer Waipa District Council on
and may be accompanied by a candidate’s • LUNCH BUNKS available, rising
statement (400 words or less).
872 0030 or pick up an application form from • DINNER CORNER, red tubular yearlings, any number
the Council building, Bank Street, Te Awamutu The voting roll is open for inspection at the with mattresses and toy ok, May start, good
school and can be viewed during normal & TAKEAWAYS trundler, $120. Phone contour, troughs,
or available on www.waipadc.govt.nz/About 871-1851. experienced, Pirongia.
our Services/Community & Recreation. school hours. HOURS Phone (027) 223-9989.
MAGS AND TYRES HEIFER grazing from
There will also be a list of candidate’s names Wednesday - Sunday SUBARU Legacy factory May 1 - proven record - 12
Applications close 5.00pm as they come to hand, for inspection at the 7.30am - 2.00pm Reopen 5.00pm - 9.00pm alloys, 17", excellent years Pukeatua. Phone
Friday, April 30, 2010 school. (Closed Monday/Tuesday) condition, 80% tread on (07) 872-4815.
The poll closes at noon on Friday, May 11, firestone tyres, $750.
Phone 871-7797 after MAIZE silage available
2010. 7.00pm. from mid March
Naku noa onwards, variety planted
is 33J56 Te Awamutu/
na April Tauelangi Cambridge area, price on
BIKE, adult, Healing,
Chief Returning Ofﬁcer excellent condition, $120.
application, complete job
RTH Election Services available. Phone
Anthony (021) 821-809 or
FREEZER beast, buy half UNDERSOWING
or whole, packaged for TRIPLE disc drill, Ted
your requirements. Brennan. Phone (07)
Phone 871-1851. 823-6538.
“Your community newspaper”
FOR the best range of Livestock & Poultry
CLASSIFIED new and used tyres in Te
Awamutu. Phone Tyre CALF MILK
and Tune Centre Ltd, ALL surplus wanted.
Phone Deb Kirkham
871-4815 or (027) 490-1007.
TYRE and Tune Centre, RISING
Due to Easter holidays in April we wish 21 Bond Road, now heifers for sale 44
issuing WOF’s for cars, fresian/fresian cross;
to advise that there have been some trailers, wheel alignment average breeding worth
adjustments to our normal printing and exhausts. Phone 144, production worth 153
871-3267. $1250 + gst 34 jersey/
dates and deadlines. jersey cross; average
Fruit & Vegetables breeding worth 130
production worth 133
After Easter the Te Awamutu Courier
POTATOES, purple heart, $1,100 plus gst, well
will be published as follows: new variety 80 cents grown and in good
kilogram. Phone 871-4392. condition. Phone (027)
Wednesday April 7 547-0122.
Garage Sales SCOTTISH highland
Deadline: Bordered ads: 10.00am heifers, $600 or offers,
Run-ons: 12noon NGAHINAPOURI pure breds. Phone
Tuesday April 6 Sanders Chemist DUNCAN ROAD
SURPLUS milk wanted
Richard and Noeline Dunwoody would TO VISIT VISITED for calves, cash paid on
like to advise that we have sold Sanders
Friday April 9 Chemist to Gemma Waterhouse-Perry ❏ ❏
pick up. Phone/text.
Michael (027) 281-8931.
who will be moving to Te Awamutu with
Deadline: Bordered ads: 10.00am husband, Lester. Livestock & Poultry
Run-ons: 12noon We know she is looking forward to being
of service to our customers and we wish
Thursday April 8 her all the best. BYL LTD
Our staff will be remaining so there will Livestock Brokers
still be familiar faces.
If you have any queries regarding Thank you all for your support over the WANTED
these adjustments or would like to years. We have enjoyed our time at
Sanders, but retirement beckoned. Cull Cows Bulls Fat Stock
book an ad contact our
Kind regards, Immediate Payment Available
friendly classiﬁed team:
Richard and Noeline
Phone: 871-5151 Fax: 871-3675 Phone (07) 823-6662 Jeff Keesom
Or visit our ofﬁce at: (027) 496-7418
336 Alexandra Street, Te Awamutu
Email: email@example.com (027) 496-7413
20 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
Plants & Gardens Business for Sale To Let Gardening & Property & Home Maintenance
and Wanted EXTREMELY spacious THREE bedroom house, Landscaping COMMERCIAL and
RURAL mail contract, two bedroom brick unit Teasdale street, $300 GARDENER available, domestic cleaning, also CARPET
very handy to town, heat p/wk. Phone 871-3984. carpet shampooing.
Easter Plant Sale suit semi-retired person
in Oparau/Kawhia area. pump, security doors and
plenty of experience,
reasonable rates. Phone Phone Maid Marj, CLEANING
Phone (027)536-7331. fenced back section, (07) 873-2757. 871-3309 or (027) 712-7914.
Fill a trolley with small pets ok, $260 p/wk THREE bedroom, tidy, EXTERIOR house
Flatmates negotiable. Phone
870-3174 or (027)270-3175.
double lockup garage,
close to dairy factory and
TREE CARE cleaning. Phone Ultra
Shrubs for $120 A great flatmate wanted
to share huge house, FOUR bedroom brick park, no dogs, smoking
Care. Pruning, removal,
Clean 0800 569-656 today!
LOUNGE suites cleaned.
outside only, must have a
(single layer) good selection master bedroom, private home, ensuite, single
minimum of three
stump grinding, wood Phone Ultra Clean 0800
living room with garage, $320 p/wk. Phone splitting, consultancy. 569-656 now!
written references, $240
Roses $10 fireplace, outside living
area, includes power,
LONG term tenant
p/wk. Phone 871-9934.
arborists. Phone Nathan
SHOWER glass, cleaned
and treated. Phone Ultra
Standard Roses $15 broadband, sky, landline,
off-street parking, $200
required, three bedroom
family home on one acre,
Hughes (07) 823-8183. Clean 0800 569-656.
ULTRA Clean, complete
TWO bedroom farm
25% off Fruit Trees p/wk, no smoking inside.
Phone (027) 734-0227 or
close to Te Pahu school,
bond and references
cottage on town TOTAL TREE CARE cleaning services. Phone
Phone 0800 569 656
boundary, April 10 - May
• Free Quotes
Pea Straw $18 per bale 870-5495.
required, $350 p/wk.
29, $200 p/wk. Phone
871-8677. • Felling
quiet, central, Te 2652695. • Pruning
Awamutu, rent THREE bedroom house, TWO bedroom unit, • Removal
negotiable. Phone (027) $290. Phone (021) 130-4039 renovated, tidy, clean,
435-4417. or 870-5329. central, suit mature non- • Stump Grinding
smoker $210 p/wk. Phone • Hedge Cutting
For Lease THREE bedroom house,
Kihikihi, $250 p/wk, (027) 695-0248. Call Dennis Clements
SLEEPOUT single room, bond and rent in advance TOTAL TREE CARE
Closed Good Friday 4x2.4 metres, ideal for will apply. Phone (027) Wanted to Rent Phone 871-5221 870-3081
spare room, $44 p/wk,
379-7580 or text after
free delivery if taken long 12.00pm. PIRONGIA family home, Te Awamutu Owned
Wanted to Buy Motor Parts term. Phone 870-4990. three bedrooms, two and Operated Trade Services
Property For Sale ROOMS TO RENT
or Exchange & Accessories toilets. Phone Andrea
WANTED any unwanted SUBARU Legacy coil
(021) 159-9384. LINED Is your chimney
whiteware, any springs, four, $50. Phone OPEN home, two clean for winter?
condition for scrap, free 871-7797 after 7.00pm. bedroom unit, town
centre, April 3 from
Computer Services SOAK
pickup. Phone Cedric (07)
873-7072 or (027) 272-1187. 10.00am - 7.00pm. For
expressions of interest
COMPUTERS Do you require HOLES • Chimney Sweeping
phone (027) 636-3336 or repaired from $40 newsprint paper? • FOUNDATION
• Gutter Cleaning
Vehicles Wanted Vehicles Wanted 870-1770. HOLES
Portable, insulated, - onsite repairs - We sell roll ends • Roof Maintenance
To Let power, carpet, curtains of newsprint. • OFFAL / RUBBISH
FREE CONSULTATION • Moss treatment
A1 Service 286 Bridgman Road, four $45 p/wk Available from our office; HOLES of roofs and decks
0800 FREE QUOTES
bedroom house, $330 Immediate delivery 336 Alexandra Street.
Wanted - p/wk. Phone 870-1752 SLATES HANDYMAN
4 DEAD DEAD CARS (021) 452-742. Ph/txt (027) 458-2904 • upgrades • support
KING COUNTRY SERVICES
CARS Best Dollars TIDY two bedroom, $197
p/wk. Phone 871-5377. SAFE ‘N’ SOUND Computers from $250 DRILLING
Phone Steve Slater
0800 43 32 32 LANDLORDS!
STORAGE Laptops from $499
Mobiles from $30
6911406AA # 4 Wheel Drive
# Best Prices
(021) 069 9495
DEAD CARS, • Electric Security Fence Health www.mossboss.co.nz
TRUCKS & SCRAPMETAL Let us manage your • 24/7 access LOW RATE COMPUTERS THERAPEUTIC massage # Associated Concrete
CASH PAID/FREE PICKUP 235 Sloane Street, Products
Get property, and SAVE!! and Reflexology,
that • Camera and patrolled
Ph/Txt Andy: car Te Awamutu qualified, experienced OWNER / OPERATOR:
outa surveillance practitioner. Phone (07) 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ANDREW CROWLEY ther First Month FREE Phone 871-6222 872-7765.
e! (027) 440-7101
027 453 7637 PHONE DENNIS
No Inspection Fees or 871-2171
Financial LIZ CLARKE COLSON
for the ﬁrst year
Proud to be locally In-Step Podiatry Services (0800) DUG HOLES
owned and operated (0800) 384 - 465
Te Awamutu or WE GUARANTEE MORTGAGE BSC, BA, DIPHE, SRCH(UK),
(0800) CAR DUMP MRCH(UK), SRPODNZ, MNZPOD
TO HAVE THE TE AWAMUTU BROKER Chiropodist / Podiatrist
LOWEST FEES! Member of:
SELF STORAGE Trained in the United Kingdom DRAINAGE
From $17 p/w
NZMBA Monday to Thursday No job too big
Vehicles Wanted Waikato Rental 24hr access Phone Christine
New purpose built building or too small -
Properties Ltd Camera Surveillance (021) 545-302 WE DO IT ALL!
PH: (07) 856-7584 414 Cambridge Rd
871-8441 Phone 870-6244 or
(021) 265-2695 or (027) 608-1749 Te Awamutu Colin (027) 498-9022
Hire Services Ph 870-4080
Hassle free renting for MACKQUEE Health BUILDER
landlords and tenants MARQUEE HIRE
B a b y?
Two man team,
TOP quality, all new Registered Master
marquees, tables, chairs,
lighting, for all occa- a For friendly, professional
sions. Phone 871-6735 or
g midwifery care, delivering start. 25 years
at hospital and birthcentres. Anything considered.
Please phone or text
TABLE linen for hire.
Phone/text Jodie on (027) 589-6416 Phone Sincerity Dry Jennifer Rowan (027) 545-8981
Cleaners on 871-5471.
www.jmpropertymanagement.co.nz 7396742AA (027) 326-8830
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES BUILDER
NEED A DESIGNER? BUILDER
New / Repairs / Alterations
Call Geoff at Affordable air conditioning
to suit ALL budgets • Cowsheds
Guaranteed to beat any quoted price* • Houses
*same size and quality unit
No interest ﬁnance available • Retaining Walls
comprehensive design service • All types of fencing
Call NOW for a FREE quote
0800 654 002 Phone Michael Gray
871-7188 or (021) 244-2334 (027) 366-6157
CARPET CLEANING CLEANING SERVICES CONCRETE SPECIALISTS
$59 HOME & OFFICE CLEANING
Lounge/Dining/Hall 108 Aldridge Road
OR any 3 Rooms • Professional, personalised service RD 3, Hunua
Truck Mount Machine • Regular and one-offs • Window Cleaning
FREE Stain Removal · FLOOR SANDING · DEMOLITION
Phone: (0800) 84 64 84 · HAND SAWING · RING SAWING
FREE Deodorising Trained, insured and security
screened operators. · GRINDING · DRILLING
0800 243 2537 www.viphomeservices.co.nz · DECORATIVE CUTTING
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010 21
ELECTRICIAN FENCER HEATING SPECIALIST
Your Heating Specialists
“One stop heating shop”
Up to Speed with Can now meet John 0274 778 736
Modern Dairy all your Heat Farm Fencing Lifestyle Blocks Rob 0272 256 666
Technology!! Pump Needs!!
Residential Retaining Walls www.pratts.co.nz
24 hour guaranteed service
Ph: (07) 870 1060
Dairy Farm Installation, Automation & Maintenance
Industrial - Commercial - Residential
Phone Simon (021) 376-805 100 Roche Street, Te Awamutu
Installations - Alterations - Maintenance firstname.lastname@example.org Open Saturday 9 - 12
HOME KILLS PEST CONTROL SERVICES PLUMBER
HOME KILLS For Honest
We’ve declared war on all your pests!
fly BUSTERS (0800) PLUMBER (0800) 758-6237
Still the safest treatment available OFFICE PHONE: 870-6244
* Odourless 870-4950
Phone Richard or Donna 871-6611 (021) 279 2201
* Non staining
* Work Guaranteed
Noeleen & Paul No job too big or small -
we come when you call!
PLUMBER PRINTING PROFESSIONALS ROOFING
* NEW ROOFS * * CLADDING * * MAINTENANCE *
* REPLACEMENT ROOFS * * REPAIRS *
* SPOUTING/GUTTERING *
m. 021 024 41697
a. PO Box 670, Te Awamutu
SECTION SERVICES SECTION SERVICES SECTION SERVICES
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE LAWNS & GARDENS
“Call your local Jim -
Residential / LIFESTYLE
More than just mowing” FREE QUOTES
• lawn mowing
• pruning Lawnmowing • Pruning • Section Clearing
Lawnmowing Gardening Hedges • water blasting
Pruning Rubbish Removal • Rubbish Removal • Hedgetrimming
Clean Ups Gutter Clearing • Regular and one-off
Comprehensive Insurance Cover • repairs and maintenance Phone: (0800) 84 64 84
Work Guaranteed Insured, security screened
PHONE (0800) 454-6546 Mike Ottaway Owner/operator
www.jims.co.nz Phone: 870-3920 Mobile: (021) 0223-6850 www.viphomeservices.co.nz
SECTION SERVICES SECTION SERVICES TILING SERVICES
GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE & GARDEN Frank Holz Floor & Wall Tiling
AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE High quality workmanship
Services - Tune-ups - WOF repairs- Lawns - Rose Pruning Replanting over 20 years experience
Hedges - Sections - 24 years experience Garden Resurrection Garden Maintenance • New Homes
Garden Grooming Hedge Trimming • Alterations
• Outdoor Areas
Talk to the experts ~ Reasonable Rates
• Under Tile Heating
Phone Tess & Graham Smith • Waterprooﬁng
Phone: (07) 872-2853
870 4244 or (021) 204 6464 Mobile (027) 238-2517
Ask for a free quote
Qualiﬁed Mechanic ~ Richard Macdonald
PH 870-3500 - MOB (021) 220-0533
22 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
Trade Services Employment Vacancies
BRIAN Krippner PLASTERER, supply, fix KITCHEN-HAND (part-
building, Advanced trade and stop plasterboard, time) two or more nights
qualified, alterations and cove cornice and square a week, including
additions, maintenance, stop, quality workman- weekends; must have
expol/pink batts, no job ship. Phone Ian (021) own transport; HOME AND HOSPITAL
too small. Phone (027) 229-7748. experience preferred.
255-5753 or 870-6462. Phone Daniel (07) Registered Nurse
CARPENTER available 843-5431 Gostiona
for work. Phone Rick Restaurant We currently have a position available for rostered
871-9737 or (027) 474-2965. GOT WOOLLY night shifts. Experience in Aged Care preferred.
SHEEP? This is a fantastic opportunity to further your career
ONSITE and build on your skills and knowledge.
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● Ride On Mowers BLEEP? provided.
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Shearing If you love children and
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fun-loving person to care for
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or 870-6244 anytime house repairs or text (022) 679-0458 This is a fulltime position working with three other
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make up the vast major-
Boy ity of the population with
only 5% of the human
It’s 1984 and Boy is a race remaining.
dreamer, living in This presents particu-
Waihau Bay, New Zea- lar challenges as the
land, who loves Michael vampires’ food supply —
Jackson. human blood — is dwind- We proudly present three special ‘must-see’ movies for the mature minded.
He lives with his ling and rationing is now “My Name Is Khan”, “Mao’s Last Dancer” and “Remember Me”.
brother Rocky, a tribe of the norm.
deserted cousins and his There is growing evi- SPECIAL EVENT MOVIE. THE MOST Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller on his
Gran. dence that vampires MONUMENTAL TALE OF CHRIST EVER most explosive mission yet and he’s
Boy’s other hero, his deprived of an adequate MADE IS A MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE. done with following orders!
father Alamein, is the blood supply are them-
A well-crafted, tense, electrifying and
subject of Boy’s selves evolving into wild,
fantasies, and he vile creatures that attack gritty thriller, with a good script and
imagines him as a deep anyone and anything in fine performances. Matt Damon stars.
sea diver, war hero and a order to survive. GREEN ZONE M
close relation of Michael Dr Edward Dalton, a (a.k.a. BOURNE GOES TO WAR)
Jackson (he can even vampire and haematol-
dance like him). ogist who works for a THU & FRI 7:55, SAT 5:35 & 7:45,
In reality he’s ‘‘in the pharmaceutical firm, SUN 6:05, MON 4:15,
can for robbery.’’ has been working on TUE & WED 7:55
Shortly after Gran finding an artificial
leaves for a week, blood supply that will Miley Cyrus stars as a teenager who
Alamein, appears out of meet the vampire reconnects with her father years
the blue. society’s needs. after her parents go through a nasty
Having imagined a He is sympathetic to divorce in this adaptation of the
heroic version of his humans and sees his
Nicholas Sparks novel. Co-stars Greg
father during his work as a way of alleviat-
absence, Boy comes face ing their suffering but Kinnear and Kelly Preston.
to face with the real his views on finding a THE LAST SONG PG
version — an incom- solution change consid- BEN HUR PG SUN ONLY 2:00
THU 6:10 & 8:15, FRI 5:25 & 7:30,
petent hoodlum who has erably when he meets
returned to find a bag of someone who found a WONDERFUL! ONE OF THE ALL-TIME SAT 1:55, 4:00 & 8:20,
SUNDAY SPECIALS SUN 11:50 & 5:40,
money he buried years way to transform himself BRILLIANT GREAT CINEMA ROADSHOWS.
before. from being a vampire to SUPERBLY FILMED IN AMERICA. MON 11:25 & 3:50,
again take human form. “It will remind you of ‘Forrest Gump’ & TUE & WED 11:00, 5:40 & 7:45
Now showing at Te Every Sunday Live Entertainment ‘Rainman’. You’ll be really impressed with
Daybreakers Awamutu’s Regent
Theatre, Daybreakers 4.30pm Till Late
the film, we can promise you that much.” An action-packed fantasy adventure
stars Ethan Hawke, Sam MY NAME IS KHAN M about the myth of Perseus, the mortal
son of the god Zeus, embarking on a
In a world ten years Neill, Willem Dafoe and SUN ONLY 3:15
into the future, vampires Claudia Karvan. perilous journey to battle both Medusa
A beautiful, stirring and uplifting true and the Kraken monster from spreading
story of triumph against the odds. their evil to Earth as well as the heavens.
HOTEL We give it 5 stars and you will too.
Audiences love it.
Starring Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes,
Liam Neeson and Gemma Arterton.
13 HAVELOCK STREET, KIHIKIHI, PH 870 4025 MAO’S LAST DANCER PG CLASH OF THE TITANS M
FRI 3:05, SAT 6:05, SUN 3:35, THU & FRI 6:00 & 8:05,
EASTER WEEKEND MON 1:30, TUE & WED 1:15 SAT 3:50, 5:55 & 8:05,
THURSDAY FRIDAY SUN 1:50, 4:05 & 6:15,
“Wonderland thrills. Wildly
DJ.CorrUPt Open for lunch and dinner
service only entertaining, bizarrely absorbing,
surreally amusing and absolutely not-
MON 2:20 & 4:25,
TUE & WED 1:35, 6:00 & 8:05
MONDAY to-be-missed.” Times.
SATURDAY Easter breakfast and hot We present the ultimate version of Emma (Nanny) Thompson appears
DJ.CorrUPt cross buns at 9am the all-time famous adventures of when she’s needed the most and
and open for lunch and
Alice, starring Johnny Depp. wanted the least in the hilarious and
9PM-12AM dinner service heartwarming fable that will enchant
ALICE IN WONDERLAND PG the entire family. Co-stars Maggie
FRI 3:45, SAT 1:45, SUN 11:35, Gyllenhaal, Rhys Ifans & Maggie Smith.
MON 12:05, TUE & WED 11:20 NANNY MCPHEE AND
“Don’t underestimate the power of THE BIG BANG G
this exceptionally good film, suitable THU 5:40, FRI 3:25 & 5:35,
Thursday Night SAT 1:35 & 3:40, SUN 11:25 & 1:30,
for any mature person. With some
excellent acting, it’s very real, MON 11:45 & 1:55,
emotional and ultimately sad.
TUE & WED 11:10, 1:25 & 6:10
Highly recommended.” Allan.
Viewers are very taken with this film. “I really, really LOVE this film.” Kate
“It will surprise you with its compassion Roger. Funny, charming, really nice
and sense of grief, which stays with the feel-good kiwi film and of mighty heart.
viewer even after leaving the theatre.”
CLOSED FRIDAY - OPEN SAT, SUN BOY M
CLOSED MONDAY REMEMBER ME THU 5:30, 7:05 & 8:40,
THU & FRI 7:45, SAT 5:45 & 7:55, FRI 3:15, 4:55, 6:35 & 8:15,
Phone 871 4768 SUN 5:50, MON 4:05,
TUE & WED 8:15
SAT 1:50, 3:35, 5:15, 6:50 & 8:25,
SUN 11:45, 1:25, 3:05 4:45 & 6:20,
A great story, full of action and humour MON 11:35, 1:15, 2:50 & 4:35,
with beautiful animation - a total delight. TUE & WED
“Highly recommended and it goes 10:50, 12:30, 2:10, 5:20 6:55 & 8:30
SOLUTIONS NO 1075 into my list of contenders for the best
film of the year.” IMDbPro. A case of mistaken identity turns a
bored married couple’s attempt at
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR a glamorous and romantic evening
DRAGON PG into something more thrilling and
THU 5:50, FRI 3:35 & 5:45, dangerous in this most entertaining
SAT 1:25 & 3:30, SUN 11:15 & 1:15, action comedy with Steve Carell, Tina
Bookings at the Te Awamutu i-Site Information MON 11:55 & 2:05, Fey & Mark Wahlberg.
Centre (opposite the Rose Gardens) TUE & WED 11:30, 1:45 & 5:50 DATE NIGHT STARTS APR 8
07 871 3259 from Monday 15th March
WATCH OUT FOR THE HOT TUB TIME MACHINE!
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Owners Need Sale 3 1 1 Ill Health Demands Sale 3 1 2
1980's three bedroom home with generous Lifestyle in Pirongia. This well loved home
living space. Established easy care Price: $243,000 has to be sold. Fantastic value at $80,000 View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # D1PGG8
grounds. Located handy to developing Contact: Tania Ruki 027 441 3264 under CV. 3 bdrm extended Lockwood Price: $399,000
shopping complex. home, huge 54m² sleepout. On 2023m² Contact: Julie Hughes 021 426 753
Priced for your quick action. with double garage.
Cnr St Leger Road & Linehan Road 4 2 4 Attention Character Lovers 2 1 1
Amazing views from this 3207m² site. If you love character then this home could
Modified 4 bedroom Jennian Devonshire . Price:$595,000 be the one for you. Price: High $200,000's
Tasteful decor , 2 heatpumps, internal vac View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # DDJGG8 Central location and detached garage. View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # EBNGG8
system & outdoor flow from the living areas Contact: Lauren O'Carroll 027 278 7196 Good outdoor areas. Contact: Ian Jones 0274 471 758
& bedrooms. 7 X 7 m² shed.
Carrie is a sales and marketing specialist and has
the ability to listen and understand your real estate
If you are considering selling or buying please
feel free to give me a call or send an email. I look
forward to working with you.
021 261 2227, email@example.com Rural Section 3 1
Ofﬁce: 07 871 5044 ext 204
4020m² section, fenced, water and power.
L.J. Hooker Te Awamutu 871 5044 Te A wa m u tu Rea l t y M R E I N Z Large shed historically used commercially. Price: $149,000 + GST
Vendor has said sell, so sell we will. An View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # DYCGG8
opportunity lost if you don't consider. Contact: Jeannie Hermsen 021 884 710
Large Lifestyle - 15 acres 3 1 2 6.9 ha "We Must Move On" 4 1 3
Lovely spacious renovated family home You can move into this brick home
on 15 acres (approx). This property is Price: P.O.A. overlooking park like gardens planted Price: By Negotiation
well presented with outdoor entertaining View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # EF1GG8 with a variety of native trees , plants & View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # DQJGG8
areas and swimming pool. Plenty of space Contact: Marg Addison 027 556 8957 fruit trees in a haven of 1 ha (approx). The Contact: Ken Hagan 021 353 488
indoors and outdoors. balance of land is utilized for grazing.
L.J. Hooker Te Awamutu 871 5044 Te Awamutu Realty MREINZ Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008