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BRIEFLY Dad who makes huge difference
for women Foster parents giving children back their childhood
Local women currently
studying or enrolling for study BY GRANT JOHNSTON
during 2011 are invited to
apply for the Altrusa There wouldn’t be many
Vocational Scholarship. fathers who get more ‘Happy
The scholarship assists Father’s Day’ messages than
Chris Leonard of Te Awamutu.
women who are passionate
Mr Leonard and his wife Ruth
about achieving their goals have been so successful in their
through education with a role as foster carers that they are
contribution of up to $2500 regarded by Waikato and Bay of
towards their tertiary fees. Plenty Children, Youth and Fam-
Applications are available ily as ‘ambassadors’.
from Kathy Weir During their 21 years as foster
(email@example.com) or ph 871 parents, the couple have cared for
8107 or go to 30 children, as well as their own
www.teawamutu.net/altrusa four children. They also provide
Entries close September 30. short term respite care.
‘‘The (mobile) phone will go
Netball action crazy on Sunday with ‘Happy
The Trust Waikato netball Father’s Day, dad’ texts,’’ Mr
team will be playing two home Leonard says.
games at the Trust Waikato Te Why do they do it? ‘‘We love
Awamutu Events Centre. looking after children. It keeps us
The first Lion Foundation young,’’ Mrs Leonard says.
National Championship game ‘‘It gives us satisfaction to
know that we have helped those
is on Sunday against North
children,’’ Mr Leonard says.
and the second on September ‘‘They have seen the bad side of
19 is against Bay of Plenty. life, and they are just young, and
Both games begin at 11am. they shouldn’t have,’’ he adds.
Film challenge ‘‘We want to help them under-
stand that that is not what life is
The fourth ‘The Outlook for all about.
Someday’ sustainability film ‘‘We want to break the cycle of
challenge offers wannabe film violence and to educate them.’’ TC020910GJ01
makers the opportunity to Their first foster child was a CHRIS LEONARD gives adopted children Dawn and Levi a push on the swings in Memorial Park.
showcase their talent. 13-year-old girl with special needs
Anyone aged up to 24 can who knew the couple through for a seven-year-old boy and eight- ‘‘One boy kept coming back This is a free service and no-
enter, either individually or as a other foster carers and nominated year-old girl. Their home is until he was 23.’’ one is turned away.
team. The challenge is to make that she wanted to stay with them. always full of children. As well as being foster parents, If you are interested in being a
a short sustainability-related They are currently caring for ‘‘When the kids have left our for the past four years they have foster parent for Child, Youth or
film. It can be any genre, filmed nine-year-old twins, along with care, depending on the circum- tutored primary school children Family, or could offer a child a
with any camera and any two children they have adopted stances, they often come around to after school who are struggling home for life, contact Hamilton
length up to five minutes. (nine-year-old Dawn and 10-year- see how ‘Mum and Dad’ are with reading and writing, with a social worker Felicity Baillie on
Winning films will be broadcast old Levi) and provide respite care getting on,’’ Mr Leonard says. current ‘roll’ of nine. 07 957 1234.
by TVNZ 6 on Freeview and
Full details, including entry
form are available on
Council hauls annual budget into blue
Top KK gardens Projects put on hold as interest, development income drops
Kihikihi gardeners have jut
over seven weeks to spruce up Waipa District Council has A sharp reduction in interest those that are dependent on carried out during the year.
their properties for the annual ended its 2009/10 financial year rates reduced the amount of funding from reserve and develop- The values of Council’s net
Kihikihi Rotary Club garden with a $2.4 Million operating sur- investment income received. ment contributions like assets increased by $39 Million
competition. plus despite significant impacts Higher depreciation charges improvements to water storage with the majority of the increase
The annual event is once from the global economic crisis. following the revaluation of land, capacity and the development of coming from the revaluation.
again sponsored by Ngaroto District growth slowed dram- building and road network assets community parks. Borrowings increased $6
Nurseries, with prizewinners atically during the year, reducing in the 2008/09 year also impacted Council spent only $25 Million Million to $31 Million – nearly $4
collecting garden vouchers. the income received from reserve negatively on the end-of-year of a $32 Million budgeted capital Million less than had been
Gardens will be judged as and development contributions result. works programme by deferring budgeted for the year.
seen from the road during the (down 51% from budgeted) as well In response to testing economic some key projects. Copies of the Annual Report,
week of October 25-29. as fees from planning and build- conditions during the year, Coun- Payroll costs were reduced by and a summary of the Annual
ing consents (down 15% from cil slowed work on a number of nearly $1 Million following an Report, are available from Coun-
budgeted). planned projects, particularly organisational restructure cil offices.
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Gearing up for the
Homes of all shapes, sizes
summer sport season? at Te Awamutu Home Expo
Our SUMMER SPORTS feature publishes BY GRANT JOHNSTON
Tuesday September 14th 2010 This year’s Te Awamutu
Clubs! Need a membership drive or just want to let Home Expo on September 11
will be even bigger and better
people know how GREAT your club really is? than last year’s.
Call Dorinda on 871 5151 to discuss advertising in this feature In 2009 the event involved
38 exhibiters, showcasing a
huge range of property related
businesses and services.
It attracted hundreds of
visitors and saw $15,000 raised
for cystic fibrosis.
One of many feature
attractions at this year’s event
will be the auction of an
impressive playhouse, which
is valued at $2,500. It will
assist with this year’s
ambitious aim by organisers,
LJ Hooker Te Awamutu, to
raise $20,000 for cystic fibro-
The playhouse will be
auctioned with no reserve at
1pm at the Home Expo on
Saturday week. LJ Hooker is
happy to take absentee
bidders — just contact an LJ
Hooker agent prior to auction.
There will be close to 50
exhibitors at this year’s event
— once again being held at Te
Awamutu Events Centre. TC020910SP2
There will be a feature on PLAYHOUSE to be auctioned at Te Awamutu Home Expo to raise funds for cystic fibrosis.
Te Awamutu Home Expo pub- Rico Naera checks out the interior of the playhouse, while also pictured are, from left: Tony
lished in next Thursday’s Naera (Wooden Tents) and LJ Hooker staff members Tanya Hollobon, Jeannie Hermsen, Julie
Courier. Hughes and Ian Jones.
Country Cafes of Waikato
´ Art festival heralds
come to life in new book
spring at Kawhia
Country Cafe s, a book
´ able to meet the author, enjoy
Enjoy your drinks launched last month as a guide to
rural Waikato cafes, features a
number of cafes in and around Te
morning tea and be in to win a
spot prize. Copies of the book will
be available for sale and signing
by the author (RRP $24.95).
Kawhia Art Group will be hosting its third Spring
Fling Art Festival this weekend.
Art will be exhibited for sale in venues throughout
the town on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm,
with Purewater! But there are also a number
who missed out and likely to
feature in a future edition.
RSVP is essential to reserve
including at Kawhia Museum and the old Anglican
Church, as well as at Oparau Roadhouse.
Trail maps will be available at Oparau and in the
Install a water ﬁlter now and Author Julie Walsh says the or phone 0800 111 866. Kawhia township itself.
book is aimed at Waikato resi- One attendee will win a spot The Spring Fling Art Festival presents a great
drink to good health! dents — to inform them of hos- prize, which is a gift wrapped opportunity to see a large number of quality pieces of
Filter Replacement pitality businesses in the rural package including a copy of the art on a trail within the confines of the small, seaside
areas and to encourage them to book, packet of Red Cherry Coffee, town.
Countertop & Underbench Units get out and about and explore bottle of blueberry juice and bottle Kawhia Art Group is tutored by Dr Carole
their own ‘backyard’. of Vilagrad wine. Shepheard who will also be exhibiting some of her own
Whole House Systems ‘‘As well as providing them The Courier has a matching work.
Roof/Tank & Bore Water Treatment with pictures, contact details etc, package to give away to one The Art Group now has several artists exhibiting
we inform them of other activities reader — to be in to win simply outside of Kawhia and the Waikato region.
Water Testing Service they can do either on site or very put your name, address and day- Each member of the group will donate one painting
near by. These include things like time phone number on the back of for a silent auction to raise funds for a worthy local
Ultraviolet Sterilisation art galleries, garden walks, DOC a standard sized envelope, address cause.
walks, animal attractions etc.’’ it to The Country Cafes Competi-
´ A children’s art competition will be on show over
Open Saturday’s The book is a pilot to other tion and make sure it reaches our the weekend in the Kawhia Community Centre.
regional country cafe guides
´ office by 5pm, Friday, September A silent auction of some of the children’s work will
9.30am - 1.30pm throughout New Zealand. 10. also take place to raise funds for the schools
Phone 07 843 0696 A promotion morning is being The book is currently sold in participating.
320 Barton St, Hamilton held at Cafe Irresistiblue
´ Te Awamutu at the Visitor i-site Last year’s festival attracted hundreds of visitors to
www.purewater.co.nz (Monovale Blueberries) on the Information Centre as well as in Kawhia with each artist selling at least one piece of art.
firstname.lastname@example.org Cambridge Road next Thursday the cafes featured in the book and Organisers promise that there will be no problems
(September 9) at 10am. can be purchased online at with parking at any of the venues or in finding suitable
Early bird respondents will be www.countrycafes.co.nz. refreshments.
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Intermediate musicians hit high notes
JAWBREAKERS: vocalists Jessie Peterman and Creston Wereta sing their original SNEAKERS:Lottie Watson and Hollie Peterson belt out the Paramore number ‘Where
number ‘Why Did My Daddy Leave?’ backed by Loch McBeth (guitar), Paiaka Muraahi The Lines Overlap’ accompanied by Reade Thompson-Trott (guitar), Soren Joyce
(drums), Kerwan Rose (guitar). Absent: Bayley Ruki. (bass), Bejae Roberts (guitar) and Eli Gadsby (drums).
BY CATHY ASPLIN Performing in front of a packed house at Further kudos came for the Jawbreakers raft of prizes. Several of those award
the Gateway Centre in Hamilton, Creston when their original song ‘Why Did My winners have gone on to further success.
Te Awamutu Intermediate School was named the top male vocalist, while Eli Daddy Leave?’’ was placed runnerup in the Former Intermediate pupils Kam
rockers Creston Wereta and Eli Gadsby was named best drummer. most original song section. Chadderton and Fraser Macdonald are
were singled out for praise at the recent The two appeared with their rock bands, This is the seventh year for the Pulse currently members of rock band ‘The Good
Pulse Waikato Rock Quest for Intermediate Jawbreakers and Sneakers, alongside 18 Waikato Quest and during that time Te Fun’ which has made next week’s final of
and Middle School students. other bands from around the Waikato. Awamutu Intermediate has taken away a this year’s Smokefree Rockquest.
Dancers step it up to impress at Ceroc Championships
Dance enthusiasts Tina and where they felt compelled to share worked to achieve competition ing. We will break records by land, Wellington, New Plymouth,
William Karl of Ohaupo are lead- their addiction, so in 2007 they standard. We have some people in being the biggest Ceroc dance Rotorua, Tauranga and Taupo
ing a 52-strong team to the Ceroc bought a Ceroc Franchise, called this team who were beginners 12 team ever to attend and going to travel to their monthly ‘Ceroc
Championships in Auckland this it (appropriately) Addiction weeks ago. Most have never done Auckland to compete against nine Dance Parties’ and, in response to
weekend. Dance Studio and began classes. anything like this before.’’ other teams is pretty exciting.’’ demand, they have started teach-
The couple who met in a Ceroc Twelve years later, they are The team, resplendent in gold The couple have attracted ing at the Bible Chapel in Te
dance class 12 years ago, say they excited at the prospect of compet- and black, will dance a 3.5min hundreds of people from all over Awamutu.
fell in love with each other and the ing in the championships. routine to Joe Cocker’s song “You the Waikato to their dance classes Introductory classes are free
dance. ‘‘We are blown away by how Can Leave Your Hat On”. since opening Addiction Studio. and designed to cater for all
Their passion grew to a point hard everyone in the team has ‘‘Everyone in the team is buzz- Dancers from as far as Auck- ability levels.
HUNDREDS NOW DANCE
who never thought they could!
FUN Even if you don’t know your left foot from your right foot you will easily
“I have been
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be able to dance using our Ceroc Modern Jive dance system.
months and enjoy During the past 3 years hundreds of people who have never danced
the social side and
fun night” before have come to Te Awamutu and Tamahere to enjoy our simple
- Laura method of teaching you how to dance.
Learn to dance
No Partner Required
to dance I am
During the class our rotational system guarantees everyone a dance partner.
Free dance time is given after each class where you can stay back
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We use a combination of the latest top 40 songs and some old classics
ladies. You never
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Everyone has fun which makes learning to dance more of an enjoyable
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AEROBIC the 3 or 4 moves over the course of the evening.
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Young Kawhia author Becs is available
wins books for school for appointments:
Monday to Friday and
late night Thursdays.
Kawhia 12-year-old Alice
Burton wrote a happy ending for
Kawhia School library when her
paragraph won an ‘interactive
book’ competition during our newcomer
National Library Week. SHERYL WALKER.
Alice’s entry was the winner
for August 18 and also saw her Models are required
collect the main prize — win- - for an appointment
ning six new books for the
school library. call Sheryl.
‘‘I’m going to read them, then
donate them to the library,’’
says the talented teenager, who
credits her avid interest in read-
ing as the catalyst for her
The Library Week ‘You
might be surprised’ interactive
book blog invited Year 6, 7 and 8
students to see what other
students had written and write a
new paragraph each day to keep
the story going.
The theme and the first day’s
story was written by well known
New Zealand short story writer,
and author of young adult fic- Executive Townhouse in Taylor Avenue TE AWAMUTU
tion and children’s books, Kate
Alice says she wanted to
make sure her piece made sense
and carried on with the story.
She also wanted to surprise
readers, something her para-
graph certainly achieves.
‘‘Writing is a way of being
able to make characters do
something I never would do.’’
Alice lives in Kawhia with
her parents (Dr) John and Sue TC020910SP5
Burton and siblings, David and ALICE BURTON, whose writing skills have earned extra books for
Erika (who are both at high Kawhia School library.
Teaching staff and fellow desk,’’ she joked and waited as small smile. ‘‘Your rhyming’s
students at Kawhia School were the phone rang. At the last fine,’’ she assured him. ‘‘We
justifiably proud of Alice’s minute she chickened out and better go now so um... thanks!’’
achievement. gave the phone to Jetson. He The man nodded. ‘‘Good luck
Here is her winning entry: heard a click then a droning, kids!’’ Coco and Jetson hurried
Coco made a small disgusted ominous sound. Coco looked away. They followed a passage-
sound in the back of her throat. confused. ‘‘Hey why can I hear a way until they caught a glimpse
‘‘Ew’’ she shuddered. ‘‘Was it phone ring - ‘‘Hello’’ Jetson of the welcoming light of day.
really necessary to hide it in a jumped and Coco screamed. The There was a large stone blocking
coffin? Especially when there’s dead person was sitting up, a the entrance. Jetson groaned.
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there’s one thing teachers teach the rhyming’s a bit lame, I made squeezed after her then gave a • Also available: 2 x neighboring sections
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TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 7
A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE
Local daffodil growers strike gold
Help at hand to Te Awamutu daffodil
enthusiasts Graeme and Faith
fight crippling Miller were successful in
taking top honours at the
inaugural Te Awamutu Daf-
weaknesses fodil Show on Saturday.
They won Champion
Bloom of the show with a
By Vanessa MacCarthy of yellow large cup daffodil of
Te Awamutu Bible Chapel their own raising.
I have spent 20 years of my life being overweight. They also won the main
I promised my husband when we got married that I class exhibiting nine varieties
would lose the weight. Now 17 years of marriage and — the majority being their
three babies later, I am finally keeping my promise! own seedlings.
Many of us have things that we struggle with in Another flower in the win-
life. Whether it is reckless spending, alcoholism, ning nine was a flower of
drug addiction, gluttony, crime, compulsive lying, stunning colour, ‘Whitford
uncontrolled anger, or unforgiveness, we all find it Sunset’ which has white
difficult to master our area of weakness. petals and a vivid orange
The apostle Paul wrote about his struggle in trumpet.
Romans. He said ‘‘For I have the desire to do what is A bulb of this variety was
good, but I cannot carry it out. For what I do is not given to Mr Miller last Janu-
the good I want to do; no, the bad I do not want to do ary by its hybridiser, the late
– this I keep on doing.‘‘ Max Hamilton who lived in
As he takes an honest look at himself, Paul says Hamilton.
‘‘I’ve tried everything and nothing helps. I’m at the Mr Hamilton passed away TC020910CT03
end of my rope. Is there no one who can do anything just over a week ago. ELAINE MCFALL of Te Awamutu checks out Graeme and Faith Miller’s winning ‘Whitford
for me? Who will rescue me?’’ This variety was very Sunset’ blooms, the success of which had special significance (see article at left).
Can you sense his desperation as he seeks special to Mr Hamilton and
freedom from his struggle? Graeme and Faith Miller as
Have you ever taken an honest look at yourself there are very few trumpet
and felt the same way? daffodils of similar colour in
Well we find that Paul answers his own question the world and none anywhere
— there is only one who can do anything for him, of similar exhibition quality.
there is only one who can rescue him. Paul says; ‘‘It was very fitting that
‘‘Thanks be to God (he will rescue me) — through such a beautiful flower of Mr
our Lord Jesus Christ’’. Hamilton’s breeding should
be shown at the first show
after his passing away,’’ says
Wet finish to wet month Northern Daffodil Club presi-
dent Bronwyn Phillips.
August finished with another week which saw Other Premier Blooms (the
plenty of rain, report Courier weather watchers. best bloom of each division)
Pokuru and Pukeatua had the highest rainfall, selected for honours were
with 64mm each. grown by Malcolm Lind of Te
Ngahinapouri and Pirongia were next with Awamutu, Peter and Lesley
58mm, followed by Kihikihi 57 and Te Awamutu 55. Ramsay of Matangi, Robin
Kihikihi had highest maximum temperature Hill of Cambridge, and
with 20 degrees, followed by Pirongia and Pukeatua Graham Phillips of
on 19, Te Awamutu on 18 and Ngahinapouri and Gordonton.
Pokuru on 17. As well as daffodils,
Lowest minimum temperature also went to camellias were exhibited,
Kihikihi, with 1 degree, followed by Ngahinapouri with Champion Camellia TC020910CT02
and Pirongia on 3 and Pokuru, Pukeatua and Te grown by Ian Hook of INCOMING president of NZ National Daffodil Society, Trevor Rollinson of Dunedin admires the
Awamutu all on 6. Matangi. winning amateur collection class ‘Six Varieties’ won by Robin Hill of Cambridge.
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Te Awamutu Police 872 0100
TACPRO AGM hears from
Te Awamutu Police have dealt with
the following matters since last week:
Monday, August 23:
Man arrested for EBA.
Burglary of Whitaker Street resi-
dence reported. Nothing stolen.
Rowing New Zealand CEO
Hosting the World Rowing
Theft of copper wire from Ravens- Championships is a unique, once
down Lime reported. in a lifetime opportunity accord-
Theft of an iPod from car parked in ing to Rowing New Zealand CEO
Mahoe Street reported. Simon Peterson.
Tuesday, August 24: He was addressing the AGM
Wednesday, August 25: of Te Awamutu Community Pub-
Arrests: Man for theft from lic Relations Organisation and
Marshalls Pharmacy. Man for wilful made it clear having such a
damage to Police cells. notable event in a small nation
Theft of a lawnmower from Clarke such as New zealand is a rare
Court property reported. opportunity.
Thursday, August 26: Last held here in 1978, the
Arrests: Man for indecent assault. event this year is the biggest
Man for theft from Repco and pos- single event since Auckland
session of cannabis. Man for disorderly hosted the 1990 Commonwealth
Report of car entered and moved on Mr Peterson says it will
Kihikihi Road property. Offender attract 700 athletes at minimum
believed to have then gone to Swarbrick from 50 countries (37 are con-
Drive. Second car entered. Nothing firmed to date) and 400 officials.
stolen. Burglary of Swarbrick Drive Construction of the 10,000
residence reported. Keys taken and seat grandstand has started, and
Toyota Altezza (DRU923) stolen, as well organisers are now working
as camera, shoes, cash and clothing. through a list of over 700 names
Report of theft by three men at The for the 550 volunteers needed to TC020910DT01
Warehouse. help run the event. ROWING New Zealand CEO Simon Peterson addressing the audience at the AGM of Te Awamutu
Friday, August 27: Lake Karapiro and Waipa Community Public Relations Organisation.
Arrests: Man for dangerous driving, will feature in eight days of
failing to stop and possession of pipes extensive coverage on Sky Tv centralised programme and coming from the Northern Hemi- regionally.
for smoking methamphetamine. Man and through the BBC. highly competitive nature of the sphere winter to out summer, Mr Parlane estimates the
for breaching bail. And with its biggest ever athletes that combine to make us plus it is the end of the rowing return on each dollar from Wai-
Burglary of Waipa Hire reported. team (55 athletes), New Zealand so successful. season, so many will stay on and pa District Council was $2.95,
Trailer (K828C) and scaffolding tower will have a great chance of He says athletes have to enjoy a holiday here. and that it was money well
stolen. having its best ever World regain selection for every major REPORTS invested.
Car stolen from Sloane Street Rowing Championships. event, so no-one can afford to be TACPRO chairman Ian Mrs Fenwick reported an
located with windows smashed. Mr Peterson described the complacent. Parlane and Te Awamutu i-Site increase in visitor numbers and
Saturday, August 28: Kiwi team as the most dedicated Mr Peterson says his biggest Visitor Centre manager Lynne increased sales over the travel
Theft of camera from car parked in sportsmen and women he challenge is heading a sport that Fenwick gave their annual desk despite the economic
Fairview Road reported. knows. is already highly successful — reports reflecting on a busy and downturn.
Theft of confectionary and cigarettes He says they have old- making sure it continues to successful year for the centre. She also highlighted the
from College Superette reported. fashioned values and make a maintain and improve on past Mr Parlane thanked paid and centre’s commitment to and
Offender leaves in vehicle EUE28 and huge commitment to do what- performances. volunteer staff, as well as his involvement with World Rowing
also leaves Visa card in store. ever it takes to get the job done. In terms of economic benefits committee, for their dedication. Championships, and believes
Sunday, August 29: All athletes will be based in from the World Rowing Cham- He highlighted the work the this will be a tremendous oppor-
Man arrested for EBA. Cambridge for the event. pionships, Mr peterson believes centre does to promote Te Awa- tunity for the district.
24 hour Victim Support is available by When asked why Kiwis row it will be huge, and ongoing. mutu and our wider Waipa More in-depth reports from
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$ 8600 Burner
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Events Guide for Te Awamutu for September
Events in Te Awamutu and Awamutu Croquet Club, Bank Group ‘Get Together’, 1pm-4.30pm, Man, art, craft, plants, food, rides Redoubt Bar and Eatery. Tickets
surrounding areas for September Street. Waikato King Country Te Awamutu RSA. Guest artist is and many new stalls. $55 includes two course dinner and
as supplied by Te Awamutu Association’s Croquet Travel Joy Adams of Hamilton. Phone 26 - Daylight Saving Begins. show. Contact Bridie 871 4768.
Information Centre: Tournament, members only. Con- Celia for more information 871 27 - School holiday programme 30-1 - Glen Skein Workshop,
4 - Justice of the Peace on duty, tact Monnie Garland 07 871 7795 for 6045. ‘Under the Sea’ Te Awamutu Baffin Street Gallery, Pirongia.
Information Centre, Gorst Avenue more details 22,23 - Opera season at The Library — starts on Monday, Sep- Phone Hilary for more details 871
10.30am-12.30pm. 14 - Barrier Trials, Waipa Regent Theatre ‘La Boheme’, tember 27 and runs every morning 9890.
7 - St John’s Church presents Racing Club, Racecourse Road. Puccini’s best loved work bringing from 10.30-11.30 for two weeks (no Baffin Street Gallery, 812 Baffin
Carlo Curley, International Con- 15 - Play - Carol and Nev, come to 1830’s Paris to life. Adults $25, booking required but strictly Street, Pirongia. Manuscripts and
cert Organist, St John’s Church, the road trip of a lifetime — seniors $18. Refer to the Courier for limited numbers so participants Artists Books, opening Friday 3rd
7.30pm. An organ spectacular Woolshed Theatre 8pm. Presented more details. need to be prompt or they will miss 6-8 pm. Exhibition 4-27 September.
which guarantees a performance to by FLAXWORKS, creators of Mur- 25-28 - Te Awamutu Compe- out). Phone Hilary 07 871 9890 or text 021
delight and to surprise you from der by Chocolate and Biscuit and titions Society of the Performing 28-30 - School Holiday Pro- 161 5872.
this extraordinary musician. Coffee. Tickets $20, $16 for Arts, 58th Annual Festival. Vocal, gramme, Baffin Street Gallery, Te Awamutu Museum, school
Tickets $20 from St John Parish concessions. Tickets at the speech, ballet, modern dance, tap, Pirongia. Painting and drawing age children and adults are wel-
Office, Antique House, Te Awa- Information Centre 871 3259. pianoforte and instrumental at first session 10.30am-noon. Second come. A gold coin donation is
mutu Information Centre. Bring a 20 —Have a go at croquet, part of various venues around the town. session 2pm-4pm. No classes second requested. Numbers are limited, so
cushion. Sport Waikato ‘Have a Go’. Come Come along and support all of the week. Phone Hilary on 871 9890. please register at the Museum
11 - LJ Hooker Home Expo, Te along to three open days at the Te amazing talent from Te Awamutu 28 - Meet the Candidates Meet- reception on the weeks before each
Awamutu Events Centre, 9am-3pm. Awamutu Croquet Club, Bank and around New Zealand. ing, Te Awamutu Club, 7.30pm workshop. Exhibition “From
$2 entry, school children free. Street and have a go! Tuesday 21, Enquiries to Ruth 871 5734. Pro- organised by BPW Te Awamutu. Morse to Messaging”, looking at
Auction for children’s playhouse Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 Sep- grammes available at Information Candidates for the wards for and post and telegraphic history in
2pm. Contact Tanya Hollobon 871 tember 10am-3.30pm. Contact Doug Centre. around Te Awamutu and the Waipa. It recalls the days of party
5044 ext 216 or email Scott for more information 07 870 25 - Pirongia Annual Craft Day, candidates for our ward for the lines, morse code and cellphones
firstname.lastname@example.org. 1944. 9am-3pm. Only NZ handmade and Regional Council. the size of toolboxes. This exhi-
11 -Croquet Tournament, Te 19 - Te Awamutu Country Music home grown. Pirongia’s Mountain 30 - Beatles Tribute Night, bition will run until October 17.
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Apply in conﬁdence to:
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WITH PURCHASE OPTIONS
145 ha. Drystock unit with 3 stand woolshed, Airstrip,
Natural water, 31 paddocks plus impressive 5 bedroom SPRING MARKETING CAMPAIGN
villa with views. Includes 45.5 ha with subdivision
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View: 30th September, 2010.
Tuesday 7th September, Phone: 871 7149 for details
12.00 - 2.00pm
238 Kaimango Road, Pirongia GOLD CARD MEMBERS
PRIVATE TREATY Contact
closes 4pm, Wednesday, Neville Kemp Do not forget our ongoing Gold Card privileges.
22nd September 2010 Mob 027 271 9801 Phone 8717149 for details.
(Unless Sold Prior) A/H 07 871 9801
• 93.8 ha – Dairy Farm with Potential for
• Current milking platform 68 ha.
• Approx 25ha awaiting further development!
Modern 16 ASHB shed, 50 paddocks
• 34,800 Fonterra shares included in sale.
• 2 bedroom house plus sleep-out
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2.4 ha, 8 paddocks, 60 x 20m and dressage arena for all day sun.
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72 Waite Road, Te Pahu Sunday 5th September, Sunday 5th September,
12.30 - 1.15pm 2.00 - 2.30pm
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21st September 2010 Mob 027 271 9801 236 Arapuni road, Mob 027 271 9801 2/120 Wallace Terrace, Mob 027 289 9354
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Who would steal from St John? FREE GST RETURN PREPARATION
BY CATHY ASPLIN
Te Awamutu St John
FOR 12 MONTHS
Pauline Austin says a
recent occurance Sign up now so I look after all your
greatly upset ambu-
lance staff. GST rate increase adjustments
‘‘While one of the
our St John crews were Sign up for 12 Months Fixed Monthly Payments for
out assisting at an inci- Annual Accounts and Taxation Returns and receive
dent at a residential 12 Months GST Preparation AT NO CHARGE
removed items from the
equipment and the pet-
‘‘The ambulance ser-
ANYTHING ACCOUNTING LIMITED
vice is there to support CALL KATE DOVE Member of Tax Agents Institute of NZ
the public at all times
and this equipment is I work with you to achieve the best results for you
there to save lives. Mob: 021 921 455 - Ph: 07 212 2455
‘‘It is really distress-
ing to think someone in
the community would
steal this much-needed
On a brighter note,
she thanks everyone
who supported St John
during the recent
‘‘It was fantastic to
see how supportive our
community can be and TC020910CA01
with all your donations VOLUNTEERS Susan Armitage and Graeme Parkes are Te Awamutu St
we managed to beat last John first responders.
year’s total by raising
$4924 for the proposed double crewing on the they could give back to responder.
new training facility.’’ front line ambulance their community After retiring Mr
She says the last vehicles in Te Awa- through St John. Parkes began as a St
month or two has been mutu, providing ambu- Mrs Armitage began John volunteer two
busy for St John. lance and first aid cover her association with St years ago.
‘‘It was good to see at many school events, John as a volunteer for ‘‘I had always been
our volunteers recog- sports competitions, community services in aware of St John and
nised when they won fundraisers and com- Timaru and she con- the good work they did.
the Health and munity events, as well tinued for a few years in I decided I could help in
Wellbeing category at as fundraising for the Te Awamutu. the community and
the Trust Power Waipa order of St John.’’ She rejoined as a keep my brain active at
Community Awards. She says the Te Awa- volunteer here about 18 the same.’’
‘‘These awards mutu station is always months ago after Mrs Austin says
recognised the incred- looking for more volun- completing a refresher they would love to meet
ible work our St John teers. in workplace first aid. anyone else interested
volunteers do for the Susan Armitage and Along with Mr Parkes in working for St John.
community. Graeme Parkes are two she is now working on Contact the station (ph
‘‘This includes people who decided modules as a first 870 2691) for details.
SEPTEMBER SELLOUT SEPTEMBER SELLOUT SEPTEMBER SELLOUT
Our yard is bulging with used vehicles. We need your help to
clear some space - so with all used cars sold we’re offering $1000 FUEL VOUCHERS
1996 HONDA Prelude EXI 1999 MAZDA Demio FORD Mondeo Zetec 2001 HONDA Odyssey 2000 SUBARU Legacy B4 2000 FORD Falcon XR6
Towbar, full electrics, 5 speed, Air bag, CD stereo, air cond, full Hatch, alloys, full electrics, air Leather, climate air, full Body kit, CD stereo, air cond, full Full electrics, stereo, air bags,
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$4,995 $6,500 $8,995 $8,990 $8,995 $9,990
2004 MAZDA Axela 2007 TOYOTA Corolla GL 2004 PEUGEOT 407 V6 2005 MAZDA Atenza SW 2006 MAZDA 3 SP23 2007 HOLDEN Commodore
Hatch, alloys, CD stereo, air con, CD stereo, ABS, air cond, air Leather, alloys, climate air, ABS, Body kit, alloys, full electrics, Air bags, full electrics, ABS, Berlina Alloys, lowered, climate
full electrics, air bags, remote bags full electrics, air bags, CD stereo, stereo, ABS, air bags, air cond remote locking, climate air, air, CD stereo, air bags, 40,000kms,
locking, ABS, tidy $17,995 ABS $21,995 alloys full electrics, remote locking
$17,995 $21,995 $21,995 $29,995
HEAPS MORE VEHICLES IN STOCK - BEAT THE GST INCREASE!
* CO N D I T I O N S A P P LY. $ 1 0 0 0 F U E L V O U C H E R O F F E R D O E S N O T A P P LY T O O N - B E H A L F O R N E W V E H I C L E S .
Wishing you all a very
FINANCE Merry Christmas NEIL GOODRICK
Mob (027) 4 948 672 Mob (027) 292 9040
email@example.com 132 Kihikihi safe motoring!
and Road, Te Awamutu. Phone 871 3079 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Te Awamutu Ofﬁce: 07 871 8700
Vicki Lawrance Dale Smeaton Wendy Smeaton Don Pinny Kirstie McGrail Leeanne Bruce Jane Burtenshaw Glenn Walsh Paula Ryburn Melanie Barker www.harcourts.co.nz
027 666 1270 027 452 6987 027 275 5655 027 289 5924 027 270 3175 PA to Kirstie McGrail 027 228 6282 021 925 744 Property Manager Manager
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266 MUTU STREET, TE AWAMUTU $215,000 1/1284 CAMBRIDGE RD, TE AWAMUTU $279,000 502 PAKURA STREET, TE AWAMUTU $289,000 528/2 MANDENO ST, TE AWAMUTU $289,000 308B BRIDGMAN RD, TE AWAMUTU $299,000
An absolute little gem – extremely well presented The signs are up at Pak N Save and you could Very solid home with good insulation and fantastic 3 bdrm townhouse, low maintenance home, internal Available for immediate possession this 3 bedroom brick townhouse
and maintained, minutes to town and ready now! walk there from this fully renovated home! My views. Add your own touch to the interior and you’re on access garage. Open plan living, heat pump, handy really does warrant inspection to appreciate the great spaces.
All 1st home buyers and investors should view sellers are heading north and want this property to a winner! Quick settlement is available on this home. to supermarket etc. Located in a nice area and with good garaging this property is a
today. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100805 gone! View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100308 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100705 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA081109 winner! View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100306
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 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114 KIRSTIE McGRAIL - M: 027 270 3175 A: 07 870 3174
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239 CHURCHILL ST, TE AWAMUTU $282,000 1189 PARK ROAD, TE AWAMUTU $299,000 82 FREEMAN PLACE, TE AWAMUTU $310,000 1753 KIHIKIHI RD, TE AWAMUTU $349,000 493 FRANKLIN ST, PIRONGIA $369,000
Two bedroom unit handy to town centre. Open plan Sound, solid and spacious. 4 bedroom house set Bring the family to this spacious brick home The new house is nearly ﬁnished so my sellers want their Well presented 3 bedroom plus ofﬁce home in
living area, 2 double bedrooms, modern kitchen, on a generous ﬂat section of 1012m². Views to located in quiet no exit street with excellent great family home sold! With stunning views all year Pirongia. Great entertainment area, close to
heat pump. Internal access garage. Motivated Pirongia and Kakepuku. neighbours. round this home has been meticulously maintained! schools/cafes and shops.
vendors. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100711 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100610 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100107 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100106 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100241
DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114 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 JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939
OPEN SUN 2.00-2.30 PRICE REDUCED OPEN SUN 1.15-1.45 OPEN SUN 11.45-12.15 OPEN SAT 1.45-2.15 OPEN SUN 2.00-2.30
414 KIHIKIHI RD, TE AWAMUTU $385,000 99 GLENEAGLES DR, TE AWAMUTU $429,000 350 MOUNTAIN VIEW DR, TE AWAMUTU $455,000 176 AVA MAE DR, TE AWAMUTU $470,000 Neg. 129 GEORGE MELROSE DR, TE AWAMUTU $517,000
So deceiving from the road! You must view this My sellers are off overseas and want their new home Executive home with stunning rural and mountain Spacious living, low maintenance home. Two good sized living Stunning Location. Only 4 years old, this 3 bedroom (plus ofﬁce
fantastic home to see just how much it has to sold now! Offering amazing living spaces and 4 views. Excellent garaging compliments this lovely areas, 4 double bedrooms,quality kitchen, double internal or 4th bedroom) brick and linea home is a must to view. Triple car
offer – be very surprised! bedrooms this home is well elevated and in a very good family home that really deserves inspection. access garaging with this modern home in a top location and garaging. Great possibilities in a prime location for possible business
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA090909 area. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100607 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA070602 rural aspect. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100709 or income? View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100113
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 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 DALE SMEATON - M: 027 452 6987 A: 07 871 4976
Cactus Court: 6 Watson Place:
20 sections from 6745m² - $185,000
$115,000 - Call Glenn Call Glenn
637 Picquet Hill Drive: 23 Linehan Road:
16m² - $129,000 5100m² - $199,000
Call Kirstie Call Don
OPEN SUN 1.00-1.45 OPEN SUN 2.00-3.00 OPEN SUN 3.00-3.30 Te Kawa Road: 249 Pokuru Road:
OPEN SAT 1.00-1.30 5000m² - $225,000
2460m² & 4023m²
75 AUBIN CLOSE, PIRONGIA $595,000 265 TE TAHI RD, TE AWAMUTU $599,000 229 YOUNG ST, TE AWAMUTU $695,000 1181/2 ALEXANDRA ST, TE AWAMUTU $OFFERS Call Glenn
Get ready for summer with this stunning home in a great setting. $130,000 - $135,000
Sensational Views From mount Pirongia. Its all here. A landmark property. Spacious luxury home. 2 living Very tidy unit, move in today. New carpet, paint, lino, 170 Mangati Road:
Four bedrooms, two living, two bathrooms and walk in wardrobe. 4 bedroom modern brick home with 4 car garaging areas, 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, huge master suite with wallpaper. 2 bedroom with heatpump. In a block of Call Don
$237,000 + GST
Set on over an acre of fenced land, the views from your pool are all on 1.9357 hectares. Tranquility at its best. sitting room, CV $650,000. Owners very motivated to four, close to shops. Owner wants this sold. Present all Bafﬁn Street: 1.2ha - Call Don
unbeatable. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100804 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100614 sell. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100116 offers. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100708 2 x 2500m² - $180,000
VICKI LAWRANCE - M: 027 666 1270 A: 07 870 1283 DALE SMEATON - M: 027 452 6987 A: 07 871 4976 WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 each - Call Don
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING
$159,000 $175,000 $180,000 $184,000 $189,000
Surprise! A modest face – but hidden charm. This FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT. 3 bedrooms, STEP INTO OWNERSHIP Solid weatherboard This very tidy 2 double bedroom unit has new carpet and vinyl Ideal Starter. Renovated 3 bedroom home. New
estate sale could be your chance to get on to the polished ﬂoors, good sized section, close to shops home, 3 bedrooms, polished ﬂoors, separate throughout. Separate kitchen, sunny dining/living area with bathroom, carpet, open plan living. Separate laundry.
property ladder. An excellent tenant in place. and school. kitchen. On a sunny 736m² level section. ranchslider to porch. Low maintenance section with single carport Handy to college. Good investment. Phone Don to view.
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100713 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100802 and shed. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100117 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100304
WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114
PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING
OFFERS OVER $200,000 $219,000 $239,000 $279,000 $279,500
Vendors want this 3 bedroom townhouse SOLD. Low Great Starter. Good entry level buying with this tidy 3 Fully renovated 3 bedroom + studio home. Polished wooden ﬂoors plus Why is this not sold? Just has to be one of the best buys around, Brand new elevated 3 bedroom townhouse
maintenance, easy care section, close to primary bedroom weatherboard home, garage, fully fenced near new carpet. Decking area, log ﬁre, garage and storage sheds. Fully sunny, excellent outdoor ﬂow. Conservatory, large lounge, 2 double currently under construction. Open plan living
school and dairy. Property investors don’t miss out. and a 606sqm section. fenced, north facing property with good rural and native bush views. bedrooms plus ofﬁce. A really BIG townhouse with great views, close with wonderful views over the reserve.
$$. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100503 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100715 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100204 to town. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100103 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100808
JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114 WENDY SMEATON - M: 027 275 5655 A: 07 871 4976 JANE BURTENSHAW - M: 027 228 6282 A: 07 870 3939
PRICE REDUCED PRICE REDUCED PRICE REDUCED
$355,000 $399,000 $415,000 $550,000 $595,000
Elevated home on compact section with many of the Move in tomorrow! Yes this spacious family home is Ideal for Hamilton commuters this great little lifestyle offers Beautiful setting on a wonderful landscaped section of just under Lifestyle with income 1.7626ha. 4 bedroom family home, master
mod cons you would expect in today’s homes! This available for immediate possession! My sellers will look wonderful views, excellent shedding and walking distance an acre (3738m²). Modern 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms, with ensuite. Formal lounge, family room, modern kitchen, large
property is in an excellent location. at all reasonable offers so make an appointment to view to a great country school. Viewing recommended. 3 toilets and large internal access garaging. Many extras. decking area, double high stud garage with study and workshop
View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA090609 today! View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100611 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100612 View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100710 area. View at www.harcourts.co.nz ID#TA100608
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 GLENN WALSH - M: 021 925 744 A: 07 870 1831 DON PINNY - M: 027 289 5924 A: 07 871 7114
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 13
Te Awamutu Ofﬁce: 07 871 8700
Vicki Lawrance Dale Smeaton Wendy Smeaton Don Pinny Kirstie McGrail Leeanne Bruce Jane Burtenshaw Glenn Walsh Paula Ryburn Melanie Barker www.harcourts.co.nz
027 666 1270 027 452 6987 027 275 5655 027 289 5924 027 270 3175 PA to Kirstie McGrail 027 228 6282 021 925 744 Property Manager Manager
a/h 07 870 1283 a/h 07 871 4976 a/h 07 871 4976 a/h 07 871 7114 a/h 07 870 3174 027 270 3180 a/h 07 870 3939 a/h 07 870 1831 0274 888 136 0274 839 845 Over 200 exclusive properties available, phone our salespeople today
a/h 07 871 8700
$187,000 $239,000 $239,000 $245,000 $249,000
Great Bungalow for under $200,000. Close to town A nice private unit with some TLC required but Be very warm and comfortable in this well heated First home or investment. 3 bedroom with gas MAKE YOUR MARK. Opportunity here to put your
on 736m² section. A bit of “tweaking” could make offering great potential! Bring an offer on this and insulated home overlooking paddocks and heating, double garage, decking. Returning $310 mark on this 4 bedroom home sitting on a private
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14 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
Jug joy for Pirongia golfers
CONGRATULATIONS Grey, Staples back in Wills limelight
to our Peace Cup Team on retaining the Peace Cup
JUNIOR RUGBY PRIZEGIVING
at the Event Centre this Friday, 3rd September, from 6.30pm
PRIZEGIVINGS AT THE CLUB
Football: From 6.00pm, this Saturday 4th September
Rugby League: From 5.00pm this Saturday 4th September
Netball: From 7.00pm, Saturday 10th September
VARIETY BASH – ALBERT PARK FUN DAY
Sunday 19th September – 10.30am
McDonald’s Inflatable Soccer Pitch • Junior Touch
Lots of Activities for the Kids – FREE
TOP TEAM: Pirongia’s champion women’s golf team with the Wills Jug, from left, back row: Anne
O’Halloran, Shirley Grey, Kam Sanders, Jill Webber, Patty MacIntyre, Shirley Kewish, Brenda Staples,
Fay Haberfield, Ailsa Bailey; front row: Denise Goile, Rosemary Collinson-Smith, Erena Neilson.
BY COLIN THORSEN Pirongia Wills Jug winning team of 2010.
The runners-up in each zone play for the jug,
It’s been a long time between celebratory drinks presented in 1999 by Merle Shaw, Margaret Ranger
for Pirongia golfers Brenda Staples and Shirley and the late Margaret Johnston.
Grey. Shaw and Ranger were in attendance to present
These two club-mates were an integral part of the the jug to the winning Pirongia team on finals day at
triumphant Pirongia women’s golf team of 1999 Putaruru.
which won the Waikato Wills Cup competition. Pirongia were clear winners on 69 points, ahead
It was the first time their club had won the much of Hamilton on 53 points.
sought after trophy since the event was introduced Horsham Downs claimed the Wills Cup for the
in 1983, with a cup presented by Jan Wills. first time with a total of 58 points, half a point ahead
Pirongia headed off the other three zone finalists, of Tahuna on 57.5.
Te Akau, Putaruru and Park International on finals The Wills Cup competition is played over five
day at Morrinsville. rounds in the zones, with match points accumulat-
Now, 11 years on, Staples and Grey are the only ing. Both the Cup and Jug finalists consisted of six
survivors of that team to feature in the victorious players from each zone.
Yeeles sets pace in open
Jason Yeeles provided the Ngaruawahia and Morrinsville. S. Grinter 37.
fireworks shooting a one-under- The senior men’s net winner Longest drive winner was D.
par 71 in the annual Pirongia was Sam Russo with 68. Martin Smith, with S. Meddings taking
men’s open golf tournament. Eyre annexed the stableford with out closest to pin.
The host club eight handicap- 43, from A. Smith 40, T. Watts 39, Tuke Joseph topped the junior
per headed the field of 82 starters P. Thompson 38, R. Hill, G. (22-36 handicap) net with a round
with a cracking 63 net. Buckley, B. Dickey 37 and G. of 65.
Yeeles also took out the senior McIntyre 36. Rob Goodhew headed some
closest to pin competition. The longest drive went to R. hot stableford scoring with 42
Spokesperson, David Hill. points, followed by J. Neilson 41,
Strawbridge says this year’s The intermediate (14-21 handi- K Nickson 40, B. Picken 39, T.
open was hotly contested in ideal cap) net winner was Jack Hjorth Moke, H. Neiremeijer, K.
spring weather by representa- with 66. Ormsby, M. Fox 38, M. Caie, T.
tives from 11 Waikato clubs, Jim Dunn claimed the Charlesworth 37, and J.
including Te Awamutu, Wai- stableford with 40 points, from G. Warburton, T. Ogilvy 36.
tomo, Kawhia, Narrows, Cam- Charteris, S. Mills, R. Taylor, W. Longest drive and closest to
bridge, Stewart Alexander, Ham- Russo on 39, S. Meddings, R. pin winners were J. Clarke and
ilton, Te Kowhai, Hukanui, Shaw 38, and G. Russo, G. Watts, N. Scott respectively.
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Soccer hopes still alive
Relegation threatened Te finishing off for a 1-1 halftime Blake swivelled to turn the ball
Awamutu got the ‘monkey off scoreline. into the visitor’s net for the
their backs’ with a 2-1 win over Player of the day Kyle Owens match winner.
bottom-of-the-table Hamilton again showed how much his With other Federation League
Wanderers in Waikato Bay of experience was needed in the Te results going in Te Awamutu’s
Plenty Federation Soccer League. Awamutu midfield. favour, spokesperson Kim
Andrew Ryan opened the scor- With Hyeong Yong, his Brierely says this week’s game
ing after 10 minutes with an midfield partner, available for against Claudelands ‘‘takes on
angled shot which sailed over the the first time in a number of more meaning, and who knows,
keeper’s head. weeks, it was these two players with a little confidence in the
Wanderers’ winger then who not only defended stoutly but camp, we may be able to upset the
turned his marker and delivered also sparked Te Awamutu’s league leaders and take another
a ball to the far post where one of attacks. step in our quest to avoid rel-
the forwards made no mistake From one such attack, Adam egation.’’
Teams inseparable Junior sides
off to flyer
Goals to Lee Mallett and Dave
Ireland secured Te Awamutu’s Te Awamutu junior soccer
third soccer team a 2-2 draw with teams enjoyed their share of
co-competition leaders Cam- success in round one of the
bridge. Hamilton junior soccer cham-
This top-of-the-table clash was pionship on Saturday.
always going to be a tough From the 10 games played,
encounter with both teams intent involving local teams, Te Awa-
on putting a gap between each mutu recorded six wins, two
other. draws and two losses.
Cambridge were first out of Cougars started with a hiss
the gates, seemingly having an and a roar winning 5-2.
extra ‘yard’ of pace in the fight for Results with Te Awamutu
early domination. teams mentioned first:
The home team were Open grade: Reds 3,
rewarded, going 1-0 up from a Glenview United Phoenix 0;
penalty after 10 minutes. Wanderers 2, Southwell Celtic
Te Awamutu’s midfield put 0.
Lee Mallett into space to slot the 11th grade: Cougars 5, West-
ball under the keeper in a one-on- ern United Chiefs 2; Panthers
one to equalise. 0, Matamata Panthers 3.
Dave Ireland found himself in 10th grade: Pirates 1,
a similar position and chipped Vardon Thundercats 3;
the keeper to give Te Awamutu a Rangers 4 Hamilton North
2-1 lead after 30 minutes. Hornets 3.
The visitors missed out on a Ninth grade: Barracudas 2,
few chances to secure a third goal St Peter Chanel Crusaders 2.
and paid the ultimate price when CFP Eighth grade: Tigers 3, Rag-
Cambridge scored from a set play GOAL scorer Lee Mallett. lan Mako 2; Terriers 1, Claude-
to share the honours. lands Rovers Rockets 1.
Player of the day was young made some fine saves in the Te Seventh grade: Mini Macs
goalkeeper Daniel Eaton, who Awamutu goal. 4, Hamilton North Mustangs 1.
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SA champs U45kg rep
Golfers pitch in for charity rugby side
wide open Wet weather does not dampen spirit named
Ian Berry caused a boilover eliminating one of The Cancer Society profited Graeme Buckley, Joe Byford, Les Collings 40. Te Awamutu U45kg
the favourites Jeremy Collett in the matchplay by $1800 from the annual Daffodil Common 71, Mary Strack 41 The Veteran men were in hot representative rugby
championships at Stewart Alexander Golf Club. Day teams event staged by ASB stableford, Peter Booth, Julie form last Thursday — Ian Poole team (formerly Gold-
On a day of upsets, Berry shot 76 to defeat Te Awamutu Golf Club. Stevanon 37, Joe Weke, Tex topped the field with 43 fields) kick start their
Collett 1 up in very heavy conditions on Sunday. Colin Green reports that the Haumaha, Mereana Byford 36. stableford, followed by Toby campaign with two
Bryan Downie also showed no respect for day was again well supported but Twos went to A. Yoon, G. Thomson on 42, Bill Bain 41, games at the Tauranga
seedings ousting Mel Brown 4/3. the weather conditions and a Buckley. Murray Wallis, Les Common 40, Domain on Sunday.
Keith Hawtin upset perennial Intermediate ‘very soaked course’ reduced the LGU winners on women’s Gerald Lane, Jim Lambeth First up is Hamilton
runner-up Bruce Russ 2/1. field of actual starters. club day were June Gillespie 38, Vic Smart, Noel Gillespie, B at 11am, followed by
In the junior division, the battle of the Clarke’s A decision was made to com- (silver) with 73 net, Julie Lou Marty 37 and Ross Murray, Thames Valley at
saw Conner defeat his younger sibling Mat 3/2, pete over nine holes only. Stevanon (bronze I) 74, Mary Eric Dockray, Rodger Corkill, 1.30pm.
while BJ Clarke succumbed to John Tarrant 2/1 Although playing numbers Strack (bronze II) 70. Colin Green 36. The tournament
after being two up at the turn. were down, the financial support The scramble, played in con- Ray Davies was back in the comprises of five
Ian Berry, Brian Baynes and Ant Imeson remained strong as usual. junction with sixth round of winner’s circle at the weekend, games to be played
returned 41 stableford for a triple deadheat in the A series of attractive raffles, Doris Walker Cup, was won by taking out the Craig Vincent over three consecutive
scramble, heading off BJ Clarke, Wayne King on plus extra earnings gained M. Strack with 70 net, from J. sponsored bogey scramble with a weekends.
40 and Neal Johnston 39. Doug Atkinson won the through the urgings of a patient Gillespie 73, Jan Mandeno, Bar- score of 4-up on Sunday. Te Awamutu host
across the field gross with 77. but capable auctioneer enabled bara O’Regan, Sylvia Gooch, Other leading scorers were Bay of Plenty at Albert
Twos were recorded by D. Atkinson, A. Robert- the organisers to pass on such a Raewyn Coleman, J. Stevanon 74. Stacey Kahika with 3-up, Des Park, 11am, on Septem-
son and K. Hawtin. healthy cheque to this very Twos were scored by J. Milgate, Michael McDougall ber 12.
worthy cause. Mandeno and J. Stevanon. 2-up, Aaron Wolland 1-up and Finals day takes
Open midweek tournament The nine hole scramble (Raie Rewa Hawira, Allan Duncan all place at Swarbrick
Formosa wins winners were Marco Bouwman
with 74 gross, Stephen Forster 67
net, Ted Cooper 69, Alba Yoon 70,
Green Salver) was headed by
Gaelyne Parrott with 38 net, from
Linda McFall 39 and Margaret
Twos were recorded by A.
Duncan and Bryce McDougall.
Park, Hamilton on Sep-
tember 19. Te Awa-
Country at 10am and
Carol Formosa won the Lister Cup with a three Hamilton A at noon.
round net total of 215 at Stewart Alexander Golf
The cup is played for in conjunction with the
54-hole women’s strokeplay championships.
Davies shoots to big lead Te Awamutu’s
team, coached by Alex
Phillips and Wayne
Formosa shot rounds of 70, 73, 72 to headed off
the runner-up Cheryl Forster by four shots.
Forster, who took out the silver strokeplay title
for the first time, had net rounds of 76, 74, 69.
in Pirongia strokeplay Backs:
Mason, Scott Thomas,
Ryan Van Straalen,
The day’s bisque bogey scramble was won by Ray Davies has Pirongia Golf Club. by R. Taylor, B. Fox and 68, R. Davies, B. Jarvis Rapana, Joshua
Barbara Dench with 7-up, from Sherril Lawrence, stolen the march on his Davies leads by five J. Warburton on 67. Crombie, S. Ryburn, J. Moorby, Mathew
Elaine Troutbeck on 6-up, Sharyn Haycock, Angie rivals shooting 71 gross shots from Marco The Pirongia Vet- Hjorth 69, K. Appleby, Minto, Dylan Heke,
Way, Beth Walker 5-up, Dawn Griffin, Ann Hayes in the opening round of Bouwman and Bill erans Cup (best three of M. Barclay, J. Staples, Matt Forbes, Todd
3-up. the 72 hole strokeplay Crombie, tied for four rounds net for B Ryburn 70, K. Cameron.
The only two was scored by C. Forster. championships at second on 76. those members over 55) Bardsley 71. Forwards: Cameron
The Stan Francis is headed by L. Jury Leading scorers in Annan, Jayden Baty,
Trophy, decided on net with 66, from B. Fox, J. the junior men’s (19-36) Chevy Donaldson,
over the four Warburton on 67 and J. scramble were L. Jury Cameron Dunn,
strokeplay rounds, is Hjorth, J. Neilson and 66 net, J. Warburton 67, Harvey Fogarty, Sam
hotly contested by all T. Charlesworth 69. J Neilson, T. Gibson, Jamie Lester,
members. The senior men’s Charlseworth 69, R. Loch McBeth, Liam
Garry Russo and (0-18) scramble was Goodhew, M. Fox 70, R. McDonald, Connor
Lyn Jury jointly lead won by G. Russo with Parsons 71, K. Nickson, Moir, Samuel Payne,
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rounds of 66, followed B. Fox 67, G. Bowman 72, J. Dunn 73. Watts.
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Meetings Lost and Found Public Notices
FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL
Sunday September 5
Acknowledgements Deaths In Memoriam MEETING BILLY BLACK’S KIWI CULTURE SHOW
Births TROW OLIVER RILEY Saturday, September 4 Lost evening of Thursday at Woodlyn Park, Waitomo Caves
John. Maureen Kay (late Anne Elizabeth at 1.00pm, Clubrooms, August 19, Long Road/
Kelvin and Cynthia
Tui and family wish to Waihi Beach). Thornton.
thank all who helped On August 29, 2010 at Wife of Jack, mother of
Awatene Road, Kiokio
Cambridge Road/Puahue $2 for Dads
Phone S Bowen
are delighted to in any way at the Waikato Hospital David, Kate, Matthew, (President) Road area, male Siamese 50% discount for rest of family
announce the arrival passing of a loved one. peacefully, after a and Sarah. 871-7783 cat lynx-pointed ears,
of their beautiful baby For the prayers, cards, sudden illness, in her
Shows 11:00am & 1.30pm • Sausage Sizzle $2
"25 years have passed white with chocolate-brown
girl, baking, flowers and 56th year. Dearly loved
since you were called. A markings. Greatly missed.
"Ava Marguerite" visits; a big thank you, daughter of the late
shining light that
On Tuesday, August words cannot express Neville and Doreen If you have found him
our appreciation Oliver (late touched the minds,
24, 2010 weighing bodies and spirits of or have any information
3570gms (7lb, 14oz). enough. A special Otorohanga); much
thanks to Doctors loved sister and sister- many. Sub Cruce please contact Andre
Many thanks to all. Gloria."
Wayne McGregor, in-law of Gail Dawson and Shelley
Bala Newton and St (Nelson), Carol and (021) 162-2941 or
Johns Ambulance Roland Edwards Personal KIHIKIHI 872-1804 evenings or
Birthday Greetings staff, for the care and (Tauranga) and Greg PHONE James Parlane,
attention during and Bev Oliver Solicitor, 870-4991. TENNIS CLUB email email@example.com
H ap5y th
p John’s later years. (Hamilton); loved aunt
Your help and support of her nephews, their PHYSIC, ANNUAL GENERAL
will never be wives and families. Numerology readings
forgotten. A service will be held at available. Phone 871-5545. MEETING Tenders
1.00pm on Friday, REIKI atunement
September 3, at the training available. Phone
Monday September 6
Kihikihi Clubhouse TENDER
Taken tragically on Morrinsville Road, VOTE James Parlane to ALL WELCOME Called for
August 31, 2010, aged Newstead, Hamilton, get progress. Enquiries to Jo Ward
48. Loving husband of followed by a private Altezza DQQ213.
Kathy and devoted dad cremation. Sincere Church Services 870-1982
2 Inspection during
of Calum, Bernadette, thanks to the doctors business hours by
Hamish and uncle of and nursing staff of
Ivan. Loved son and Waikato Hospital’s METHODIST appointment at
son-in-law of the late Intensive Care Unit Watson and
From all your family Len and Pat Flay and and Ward 8. CHURCH Haworth Motors.
Bill and Coral Communications to Sunday, Highest or
and friends (deceased) and Denise. the Oliver family, any tender not
Enjoy Saturday night! Loved brother and c/-Pellows Funeral necessarily accepted.
brother-in-law of Directors, 138 Grey 10.00am
Noeline and Moses, Street, Hamilton 3216. Parish Communion
September 10, 2010
Doreen and Ian, Diane Pellows Funeral at Te Awamutu
Anniversaries and Scotty, Fred and Directors FDANZ and should be
Karen, Shirley and ALL addressed to:
GOLDEN WEDDING Warren, Heather and WELCOME Tender,
Bernard and loved Enquiries 871-5376 BREAST FEEDING c/o PO Box 347,
Macdonald - Colquhoun uncle of his nieces,
REV MAUREEN CALMAN or PLANNING TO? Te Awamutu.
and great-great-niece. In Memoriam Informative and friendly
Also loved brother-in- HOLLAY meetings for all pregnant
law of Wendy and Bob, Dorothy. AFRIKAANS? or breastfeeding
Paul and Joy. Passed away one year
A service for Andrew ago, September 4, 2009. Jy is uitgenooi mother and babies. Te Awamutu
will be held at Te
Awamutu Baptist "Close to my heart, Sondag, 6 nm Morning tea provided. Country Variety
Church, Teasdale she will always stay.
Anglikaanse kerksaal 10.00am - 11.45am. Club Inc
Street, Te Awamutu, Loved and remembered Kihikihi This month, September 8
at 10.30am, on everyday."
at St Andrew’s
Saturday, September Loving daughter, Navrae: 870-4405
4. All communications Ruth. Presbyterian Church,
Ewan Douglas Macdonald
to the Flay family, c/-
Te Awamutu Funeral PRESBYTERIAN
For more info contact:
and Anne Rae Colquhoun Services, PO Box 137, TE AWAMUTU
were married in Hastings Te Awamutu. 80 Mutu Street
Sunday, September 5
La Leche League
632 632 Victoria Street
Victoria Street, Hamilton
on September 3, 1960.
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HELP! 4–12 September, 10am–4pm This Saturday,
WE need even more wool September 4 at the
are an example and an Cuppa and chat time for our brilliant knitters Opening 3 September 5.30–7.30pm
inspiration. 10.30am helping with Operation
Te Awamutu Bible Chapel
With love from all of Family Service Cover Up, if you have Swarbrick Drive
your family in New Lighthouse: (Creche facilities)
` some spare, please drop it starting at 1.00pm
All Welcome in at the Te Awamutu
Zealand and the USA, www.teawamutu.net/standrews Courier Office, 336
and friends in all corners Alexandra Street. Sponsored by:
Funeral Ser vices
of the world - you have Waikato Society of Arts Rob’s
touched our lives in all Church Services www.wsa.org.nz Plastic Welding
the best ways.
570 ALEXANDRA STREET,TE AWAMUTU
“The best romance is
inside the marriage, the
ﬁnest love stories come
Alexandra House Catering
& all Monumental Needs 42nd Street
after the wedding.” Ofﬁce, Chapel and Reception Lounge October 10, 2010
For compassionate and caring service call Broadway song and dance
Acknowledgements Garth & Lynette Williams on at the Civic Auckland
Paul L’Huillier or Ian Croft
Sharlene and Ian
Member of Griefcare and FDANZ
Rocky Horror Show
would like to extend
PHONE (07) 871-5131 ALL HOURS November 14, 2010
their heartfelt thanks
for the overwhelming BOOK NOW!
support, cards, flowers Monumental Masons The world’s favourite Rock ‘n’
and food we received
through this sad time
WAIKATO STONECRAFT Roll musical. This high-voltage
of mum passing.
Please accept this as a production is not to be missed
personal thanks. 41 Shakespeare Street
CAMBRIDGE St John’s Anglican Church on at the Civic Auckland.
THANK YOU Phone (07) 827-5226 Working within the Community
Our friends and all our
NZ Care friends for Leading the way in Monumental design
Arawata Street Te Awamutu
your support in so
many ways. Thanks
Come in and see Craig and the team A warm welcome awaits you this Sunday at:- November 21-28, 2010 BOOK NOW!
also to Pirongia Hotel We can offer you; 8.00am - Old St John’s Church - Te Awamutu 8 days of fun and rest
management and staff - A qualiﬁed Graphic Artist 9.00am - St Paul’s Church - Hairini
for looking after us so - We are members of the NZ
well. Thanks for your
Monumental Masons Association
9.30am - St Saviour’s Church - Pirongia Phone 871-6373
support from Go Bus - A 10 year guarantee 10.00am - St John’s Church - Te Awamutu Fax 871-4243
passengers and - Qualiﬁed Tradesmen Mob (021) 951-786
parents. John Website http://stjohnsteawamutu.wainet.org
Sycamore and family Check out our showrooms in;
and Lorelei Mason. Hamilton - Cambridge - Tokoroa - Rotorua Ofﬁce 871-5568 A/H 871-9738
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Public Notices Livestock & Poultry Vehicles Wanted Trade Services
DUTY BYL LTD WILLIE LORD BUILDER
PHARMACY Livestock Brokers TOP CASH PAID Concrete Placers Ltd Two man team.
WANTED Minimum $100 up to $5000 • Driveways
021 5576 76 builders. Available
OPEN immediate start - 25
• Rural - feedpads, silage etc
every Weekend years experience.
Cull Cows Bulls Fat Stock • House ﬂoors
Ofﬁce 870 5177 Anything
Saturday All concrete works Fax 870 5277
9.00am - 3.00pm Immediate Payment Available considered.
Sunday Call Sean
& Public Holidays
10.00am - 1.00pm
Phone (07) 823-6662 Jeff Keesom For any Car, Van, Ute, 4WD Truck WESTGATE (027) 545-8981
(027) 496-7418 PLUMBING
DEAD OR ALIVE CONCRETE
(07) 870-4552 For all your
0800 22 4000
(027) 496-7413 plumbing Exposed, Coloured,
HORSE LICHEN TREATMENT
Mark: (021) 0260-4486
Cars for Sale Free removal - Same day service
Low Pressure Housewash Kevin:(027)499-6181 Phone Kerry @
REJECT milk wanted. (Conditions Apply)
• Massage Phone Farrelly Calf COROLLA, five door, Colorsteel roofs A/H: 871-6687 MANA GROUP
• Bone Manipulation Rearing 871-5075 or text 165,000kms, manual,
Roof spray, Tiles and THE CONCRETE
(021) 723-048. excellent condition,
for rider and horse $2700. Phone 870-4213. Decromastic roofs TERRY LASENBY SPECIALISTS
Phone Justian on
CALF MILK Rotary clean, pavers, 027 347-3091
ALL surplus wanted. NISSAN Bluebird - ZXE
(027) 484-4098 Phone Deb Kirkham 1992 Hatchback, only
driveways and footpaths 07 878-5151
www.jmtracing.co.nz 871-4815 or (027) 490-1007. 112,000kms, same owner Commercial buildings
For all your
JERSEY bulls, one year, 14 years, all whistles and
Johnny Nelson building requirements
ALCOHOLICS EBL, BVD and TB tested bells, not import, nice Installation for FREEVIEW...
car, all for only $3600. (027) 476-3347
negative, well grown. 870-1234 A/hrs • Crystal clear pictures
ANONYMOUS Phone 871-6665 or (021) Phone 871-0295. or 871-7389 (027) 496-4656
If you want to 053-5419. • One off purchase charge
drink that’s • No on-going monthly
your business Garage Sales Vehicles Wanted For TV Repairs & Tuning payments
IF YOU WANT • TV Aerial Installations & Extensions • • Conditions apply
TO STOP, KIHIKIHI • Satellite Dish Installation • Timi’s TV
THAT’S OURS MOULE STREET • Stereo Repairs •
Phone 871-4072 Saturday, signs out at t 07 873 6044
or 870-3463 m 027 331 6804
TO VISIT VISITED Phone 871-5193
TE AWAMUTU 0800 43 32 32
CARS Since 1990
Are birds nesting Owner
255 CHRISTIE AVENUE DEAD CARS,
Start 9.00am, make an
offer, all sorts, clothing,
TRUCKS & SCRAPMETAL in your roof? Ope tor
piano, free standing CASH PAID/FREE PICKUP Trevor
St Patrick’s netball goal, television, Ph/Txt Andy: • Chimney Sweeping Peters
Catholic School computer desk, bikes. ANDREW CROWLEY • Gutter Cleaning
027 515 6519
Board of Trustees TO VISIT VISITED
027 453 7637
By-Elections 2010 ❏ ❏ • Roof Maintenance
• Moss treatment
07 871 1971
TE AWAMUTU Rosetown Bobcat Ltd
of roofs and decks
Declaration of Parent
80 MUTU STREET A1 Service
Election Result SLATES HANDYMAN
At the close of nomination
Clothing Sale ($2 a bag) St
Andrew’s Op Shop,
DEAD CARS SERVICES HEWITSON
as there was only one valid Saturday, 8.00am -
11.00am. Best Dollars Business for Sale To Let Phone Steve Slater
TO VISIT VISITED and Wanted A three bedroom (021) 069 9495
I hereby declare
❏ ❏ LOCAL
character home, new
bathroom, two toilets,
“I will not be Frien
Andrew Russ duly beaten on service or price!” Servi ly
elected. TE AWAMUTU BUSINESS for sale, turns small section, new Insured for your protection ce
152 MANDENO STREET over $100k a year. kitchen with large living
Signed Assortment of household Get Contact Anil on 871-3911. areas, $300 p/wk, bond
and refs required. Phone
Dana Macdonald goods, tools, recycled car
outa Property Wanted (021) 871-877. CALF DRAINAGE Phone 871-3620
Returning Ofﬁcer native timber,
mandarines, lemons and e! WANTED to lease, 10-20 DEHORNING No job too big
NEAR new modern three
more. LOCALLY OWNED acres, Otorohanga or Te bedroom home, double or too small -
Firewood TO VISIT VISITED & OPERATED Awamutu area. Phone garage, heat pump, large
Competitiverates WE DO IT ALL! WESTSIDE
FIREWOOD ❏ ❏ Phone 870-2200
(021) 0262-9269. deck, country view, small
pets allowed, non
Thomas - 871-1561 Phone 870-6244 or DRILLING
Te Awamutu or smokers, $350 p/wk. Colin (027) 498-9022 · Offal holes
MATAI - dry and ready to orTony-(07)873-7729
go! $140 m3, free delivery.
Pets (0800) CAR DUMP ONE bedroom house, $185 Phone (027) 475-2752 or · Soak holes
p/wk. Phone (021) (07) 865-6316.
Phone Tony or Michelle
212-4531. · Rubbish holes
(07) 878-7288 - Quality
THREE bedroom house TIDY three bedroom, $265 · Commercial
Firewood Supplies "pass TE AWAMUTU CARS with sleepout. Phone p/wk.
the rest, buy the best". SPCA VANS (027) 589-6416. 888-145.
www.jmpropertymanagement.co.nz TWO bedroom unit, tidy,
FIREWOOD FREE THURSDAY! UTES FOR QUALITY CONCRETE PLACING
available September 13,
PHONE 871-6172. CATS AND KITTENS (incl Toyota) TENANTS WANTED !! $190 p/wk for one person,
to approved homes Phone for a free quote MEATEATER
FIREWOOD DEAD OR UNREGISTERED Three Bedroom $210 p/wk for two, off
OPEN road parking for one Pat (021) 949-386 Joel (021) 234-0434
5m3 - $160, 10m3 - $290 22 Leslie Street, Kihikihi Moule Street - HOMEKILLS LTD
11.00am - 2.00pm. vehicle only, no pets, no
delivered. Phone (07) $230 p/wk smokers, no garage, not
Provide your own for exporting
873-9190 evenings, mobile cage if you are Te Rahu Road - suitable for children. Call Financial Trade Services Killing
(021) 617-349. $200 up to $10,000 $240 p/wk (07) 984-7120 a/h or call or
adopting. Oliver Street - txt (021) 475-809 anytime.
MORTGAGE and Processing
For Sale $250 p/wk
For further information
phone Donna on Phone Cucksey Crescent -
TWO bedroom units
available. Phone (027)
BROKER Phone 871-9995
ENTERTAINMENT (027) 220-1543. 0800 332-467 $280 p/wk 589-6416. Member of: AFFORDABLE
UNIT Cambridge Road - RATES
$300 p/wk NZMBA
MAINLY silver, two glass Two, three and four Phone Colin ONSITE
shelves, on castors, holds Wanted to Buy or Exchange Preston Ext -
bedroom properties Phone Christine
(027) 498-9022 REPAIRS
up to 50" TV, excellent $320 p/wk 870-6045
WANTED all surplus available to rent from
(021) 545-302 or 870-6244 anytime ● Ride On Mowers
condition, can email Four Bedroom $200 - $400 p/wk.
milk, cash paid on pick ● Domestic Mowers
photograph, $150. Phone
871-7797 after 7.00pm. SURPLUS MILK up. Ring Michael (027) Pekanui Road - Contact Robyn on ● Domestic Fences
WANTED 281-8931. $280 p/wk (021) 353-046 Financial Stuart Law
WANTED to buy video
recorder in good
or Lois on
871-5044 ext 202
FOR the best range of CALF REARING Property Manager
condition. Please phone
new and used tyres in Te
Phone 872-1772 or 871-5241. (027) 488-8136
Awamutu. Phone Tyre
and Tune Centre Ltd, Mark (027) 474-6917 PHONE 871-5151 for all 871-8700
871-3267. your classified
SAFE ‘N’ SOUND TE AWAMUTU
TYRE and Tune Centre,
21 Bond Road, now
issuing WOFs for cars,
STORAGE SELF STORAGE
trailers, wheel alignment
and exhausts. Phone
POSSUM FUR From $17 p/w
• Electric Security Fence TRADESPEOPLE - Do you
871-3267. POSSUM BODIES 24hr access have a trade or service to
• 24/7 access Camera Surveillance advertise? See us today
Grazing and HARD ANTLER PH: (07) 856-7584 about our funky new
• Camera and patrolled
graphics - gives 80%
Buying at Rose Gardens surveillance or (027) 608-1749 more visual impact to
COLOSTRUM (027) 440-7101
Te Awamutu - Saturday, September 4 your advertising. From
surplus milk landscapers to tilers -
required, prompt pick 12.30 - 1.00pm or 871-2171 Wanted to Rent there is something for
up. Please phone Nick on Proud to be locally FARM house/cottage, you all. Contact us today!
(07) 878-3168 or (027) Phone (07) 825-9863 must allow outside dogs. Phone 871-5151 and talk
243-1333. Keith or Gay anytime owned and operated Phone (027) 676-5981. to the Classified Team.
20 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
AUTOMOTIVE BUILDER CARPET CLEANING
GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
DIESEL & PETROL BUILDER $69
New / Repairs / Alterations
Services - Tune-ups - WOF repairs - Cambelts
• Cowsheds Lounge/Dining/Hall
Brakes etc - 24 years experience
• Farmbuildings OR any 3 Rooms
Truck Mount Machine
• Retaining Walls FREE Stain Removal
• All types of fencing FREE Deodorising
870 4244 or (021) 204 6464
Qualiﬁed Mechanic ~ Richard Macdonald
Phone Michael Gray
0800 243 2537
CLEANING SERVICES CONCRETE SPECIALISTS DISPUTE SOLUTIONS
HOME & OFFICE CLEANING Steve Green HIGH ROAD
(027) 492-0692 Conﬂict Management Solutions
108 Aldridge Road • Mediation • Negotiation • Advocacy • Coaching
• Professional, personalised service RD 3, Hunua Mediation can provide you with
non-legal options to effectively
• Regular and one-offs • Window Cleaning resolve relational conﬂict.
· FLOOR SANDING · DEMOLITION If you need an affordable and
Phone: (0800) 84 64 84 conﬁdential service to promote
Trained, insured and security
· HAND SAWING · RING SAWING tailored solutions that meet your
needs, phone Tamara for a free
screened operators. · GRINDING · DRILLING consultation on:
www.viphomeservices.co.nz · DECORATIVE CUTTING (07) 871-6404 or (021) 106-1063
ELECTRICIAN FLOORING SPECIALIST HEATING SPECIALIST
Enjoy the beauty of tiles done Your Heating Specialists
by your professional tiler
“One stop heating shop”
Up to Speed with Can now meet workmanship John 0274 778 736
Modern Dairy all your Heat Rob 0272 256 666
Technology!! Pump Needs!! www.pratts.co.nz
over 20 years
24 hour guaranteed service experience
Ph: (07) 870 1060 Showroom
Dairy Farm Installation, Automation & Maintenance
Industrial - Commercial - Residential
Frank Holz Floor & Wall Tiling 100 Roche Street, Te Awamutu
Installations - Alterations - Maintenance PH 870-3500 - MOB 021 220 0533 Open Saturday 9 - 12
HOME KILLS PAINTER DECORATOR PAINTER DECORATOR
MARTYN WAUGH -
HOME KILLS PAINTER
Now processing GLUTEN FREE sausages!
FREE QUOTES -
Prompt and Professional Service
Call Martyn Waugh
Phone Richard or Donna 871-6611 (021) 279 2201
PLUMBER PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SECTION SERVICES
Residential / LIFESTYLE
• lawn mowing
• water blasting
• repairs and maintenance
Phone: 870-3920 Mobile: (021) 0223-6850
SECTION SERVICES SECTION SERVICES SECTION SERVICES
“Call your local Jim - LAWNS & GARDENS
More than just mowing” FREE QUOTES
Rose Pruning Replanting
Garden Resurrection Garden Maintenance Lawnmowing • Pruning • Section Clearing
Lawnmowing Gardening Hedges
Pruning Rubbish Removal Garden Grooming Hedge Trimming • Rubbish Removal • Hedgetrimming
Clean Ups Gutter Clearing Talk to the experts ~ Reasonable Rates
• Regular and one-off
Comprehensive Insurance Cover
Phone Tess & Graham Smith Phone: (0800) 84 64 84
Work Guaranteed Insured, security screened
Phone: (07) 872-2853
PHONE (0800) 454-6546 Owner/operator
Mobile (027) 238-2517
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Trade Services Gardening & Employment Vacancies
Landscaping GARDENER wanted. Are QUALIFIED carpenter
you fit? Enjoy working required, must have wide
TUBS MOBILE outdoors? We are looking knowledge of building
ENGINEERING TE AWAMUTU for you! Part time hours trade. Phone (027)
SECTION WORKS available, one to two
days, genuine enquiries
457-3111 after 5.30pm.
Mowing only, no texts. Phone TeAwamutuCourier
(027) 238-2517 or 872-2853 for all your advertising
All Section work a/hrs. Phone 871-5151
Cowshed repairs Phone Terry
building, Advanced trade
qualified, alterations and
expol/pink batts, no job
too small. Phone (027)
255-5753 or 870-6462.
BUILDER Market Days
maintenance, nothing is MARKET
too small. Phone Andy
CHIMNEY, clean, repairs,
parts. Phone Andrew Phone Phyllis : 871-4811
Taylor, 871-5351 or or Carol : 871-6198
PLASTERER, supply, fix Employment Wanted
and stop plasterboard,
cove cornice and square
stop, quality workman- CALL ME ... for
ship. Phone Ian (021) • Post ramming
• New fencing
Gardening & • Post and rail
Landscaping • Stock yards
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN
TREE CARE • Underground cables
VIEW THE COURIER ONLINE?
GROUNDZONE Tree Phone Rusty
Care. Pruning, removal,
stump grinding, wood (021) 780-105
splitting, consultancy. or (07) 873-6593
arborists. Phone Nathan
Hughes (07) 823-8183.
TABLE linen for hire.
Phone Sincerity Dry
Cleaners on 871-5471. King Country Playcentre Association
Property & Home
COMMERCIAL and If you are passionate about childrens learning and play we may
domestic cleaning, also have the opportunity for you:
Phone Maid Marj, CENTRE SUPPORT
871-3309 or (027) 712-7914.
Approximately six hours per week, school term only.
DIAL A MAN We require a self motivated individual to provide support to three of
QUALIFIED builder, our Centres.
joiner, cabinet maker,
plasterer, affordable You will be required to attend one meeting a term for each Centre, as
rates. (021) 0241-5332. well as Association meetings.
EXTERIOR house The successful applicant will work closely with the Association
cleaning. Phone Ultra
Clean 0800 569-656 today! Governance Board, providing guidance and support throughout the 1091
LAWNMOWING, good planning and decision making process.
rates. Phone Dave Playcentre courses, Level Three or above are essential for this role.
LOUNGE suites cleaned. For a job description and application form contact:
Phone Ultra Clean 0800 KCPA Ofﬁce on (07) 873 7737
569-656 now! PO Box 158
SHOWER glass, cleaned Otorohanga
and treated. Phone Ultra
Clean 0800 569-656. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ULTRA Clean, complete Applications close: September 17, 2010
cleaning services. Phone
Phone 0800 569 656
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Podiatry Services For all your plumbing and heating requirements talk to the firm that has been serving Te Awamutu since 1949.
for professional SINGLETON and HANSEN
414 Cambridge Rd
129 MARKET STREET, TE AWAMUTU • PH (07) 871 7099 • FAX (07) 871 8435
22 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
Carol & Nev comes to Woolshed
Friday Night New Zealand’s Flaxworks
Theatre Company brings their
‘great kiwi roadtrip’ to The
Woolshed Theatre in Te Awa-
mutu for one night only on
Phil Ormsby and Alex Ellis,
founders of Flaxworks, and
Australian director Caitlin
Phone 871 4768 Dullard bring Carol & Nev to
life in the acclaimed production
that wowed audiences at The
Bay of Islands Arts Festival in
Cambridg& Crafts Fair February before starting their
nationwide tour this year.
Arts ‘‘Carol & Nev is our third
original show and we were very
excited to work with someone
SATURDAY 4th SEPTEMBER as experienced as Caitlin.
9am to 12noon ‘‘We have been extremely
lucky having had input from so
Union Parish Church many successful New Zealand
Bryce St – 07 827 6523 theatre practitioners since the
beginning of Carol & Nev in
All proﬁts from stall hire goes 2009.
to support our communities ‘‘Now having Caitlin direct
has been the icing on the cake.’’
Flaxworks, who spent much
of 2007 and 2008 performing sell
out shows of their second show
Murder by Chocolate around
New Zealand and more recently
at the Melbourne International show in Te Awamutu since we wedding at the bay. Only catch Whatever it is, he has 24
Waitomo Comedy Festival 2009, and who first performed here with Bis- is Carol died in 1984. hours to get to his daughter’s
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View the work of local artists
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24 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
I have been a Personal Assistant to the
management group at LJ Hooker for 6
Be The First Owner 3 2 2
It is now time for me to join the
Sign up early on this three bedroom, 2 dynamic sales team at LJ Hooker.
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have the choice of decor and carpet. The Price $349,000
584m² section is flat but elevated above the Contact Ian Jones 0274 471 758 Having lived in Te Awamutu for most
road giving street appeal and outlook. of my life, many of you will know me
through my involvement within the
HOME I look forward to being of
assistance to any of your
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Contact me at:
Ph: 07 871 5044 ext 204
Mob: 0272 438 106
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Immaculate & Stylish - Not to be Missed 3 1 2
Immaculate throughout, the extra wide
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rooms. Ranchsliders lead from the open View: www.ljhooker.co.nz #F43GG8
living area to the generous 1225m² section. Price $345,000 Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008
Ideal for children & pets. Contact Tania Ruki 027 441 3264
RURAL AND LIFESTYLE
Opportunity Knocks 3 1 2 HIRE CENTRE FOR SALE
Strict instructions have been received to This gives the opportunity for those wishing
sell this property. A opportunity to buy Price: NOW $350,000 to be in charge of their own destiny. Hire Price: $300,000 + GST includes all hireage plant.
& develop the land. Rent front home & View: www.ljhooker.co.nz # ECZGG8 centres such as this can create a great cash Contact Ken Hagan AREINZ 021 353 488
build on back section (subject to approval) Contact: Jeannie Hermsen 021 884 710 flow. Located in excellent position with two
options are endless. Call to inspect. road frontages giving maximum exposure.
Why Hesitate? Pirongia $2.900,000 Motivated Vendors Your Search Is Over!
A chance to own a 2yr old 3 bdrm brick 188 ha sheep and beef farm in three titles. 45.55ha (112acres) dairy farm this close to Consider the possibilities with a five
home. 2850m² section out of town. Great Well fenced and reliable water. the town boundary is not often available bedroom home, sleepout, pool and two
price for first home buyers or suitable Ticks all the boxes. for purchase. Motivated vendors want huge sheds, situated on 4.4ha of northerly
retirees. Come and have a look. serious & realistic offers now. facing gently sloping land.
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Price: $270,000 Contact: Jeannie Hermsen 021 884 710 Price: $2,500,000 + GST Contact Jeannie Hermsen 021 884 710
Contact Jeannie Hermsen 021 884 710 Contact Jeannie Hermsen 021 884710
L.J. Hooker Te Awamutu 871 5044 Te Awamutu Realty MREINZ Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008