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U-TURN TRUST Flaxmere Heroes 2012 CALENDAR

& COMMUNITY DIRECTORY

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BARNEY HURIWAKA It takes a lot to scare Barney Huriwaka. Barney, 81, was woken in the early hours of the morning in January 2010 by an intruder smashing windows in his Flaxmere home. The random attack left every pane of glass in the house shattered - but Barney refused to be driven out of his home. Friends and whanau rallied to support him and find him a place in a retirement village, but he wouldn’t go. “I said I’m not going. I’m sticking right here,” he said. “This is where my kids grew up. It’ll take more than that to chase me out.”

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FLAXMERE STUDENTS Flaxmere’s young people are achieving great academic, cultural and sporting success. Back row, left to right:

Madison Crawford-Patoki is an ex-pupil of Irongate School, now at Hastings Girls’ High School, She is an excellent young sports woman who plays in the Eastern Region Under- 17 Netball team. Charlesirene Kendrick, Head Girl at Flaxmere College for 2011, held the position of Sports Executive on the student leadership team, and as well as strong academic achievement. Mare Te Runa, Head Boy at Flaxmere College for 2011, has been involved in youth and community forums, represented the college on the Hastings District Council’s Youth Council. Emmanuel Fuimaono, from Peterhead School, excels in academic, sporting and cultural areas. He is a prefect. Middle row, from left:

Yvonne Henare, from Flaxmere Primary School, is fluent in Maori and English, placed fourth at the National Police Competency Programme. Amy Stanley, from Kimi Ora School, was born in Nauru and came to New Zealand as a toddler. She loves all sport, and captains school volleyball and netball teams. Aaliyah Smiler-Ah Kiong is an ex-pupil of Irongate School, now at Hastings Girls’ High School. She has been named in the New Zealand Under-16 Women’s Basketball team. Front row, from left:

John Visesio, from Flaxmere Primary School, is a quiet achiever. He is reliable and responsible, contributes to the Pasifika group and is a role model to all students. O’Shaarn Wainohu, from Peterhead School, is a prefect, top netball player. She leads by example. Mary-Ann Ioane, Year 8, from Kimi Ora School, loves to help others at school and support her friends and family. “Every day I have the courage to try something new,” she says.

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FLAXMERE LIBRARY As part of Hastings District Council Libraries, Flaxmere Library has been a popular hub in the local community since it was built in 1986. Its librarians, ( from left) Judith McKinnon, Esther Curtis, April Harward and Laurens Jeffrey, are ready to help with a huge range of services, from research and children’s activities to helping readers finding exciting new authors. These days the library is abuzz with people getting online at the busy internet café, and staff are only too happy to help customers make the most of their time on the net, whether they are looking for jobs or researching their family tree. The library is also a welcoming space for community groups or friends meeting up and exchanging news. “It’s a place where people can walk in and feel comfortable,” April says. Flaxmere’s librarians are keen to make the library vibrant and relevant for the 21st century and the changing ways we share information.

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CANDIS CARDIE Candis Cardie, 22, went to Kimi Ora Community School, Irongate School and Flaxmere College. She grew up in a sporting family, with her mother, Honey, and sister Celeste playing touch rugby for New Zealand. Candis also represented New Zealand at the Touch World Cup in Scotland in June 2011. “It was an honour, because it’s been a goal of mine since the last World Cup,” she says. “To be there was just a real privilege.” Candis has also represented Aotearoa in Netball, and is studying towards a Bachelor of Business Management -while also aiming to be playing for New Zealand at the next World Cup.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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LES HOKIANGA AND HIKOI 4 LIFE TEAM When Les Hokianga, pictured with John Taiti, left, and Paul Taiti, centre, started the Hikoi 4 Life programme, he took on a big task. The 17 participants were all obese, some weighing up to 200kg. The programme developed as part of his third-year studies at EIT was based on healthy lifestyle changes, good nutrition and fun exercise, developed specifically for Maori and Pacific people. Les and his group achieved remarkable goals: like cycling almost 300km from Hastings to Wellington to present the programme to Associate Health Minister Tariana Turia, to show how the programme was changing lives for the better. Now Les has funding to continue the programme, with the original participants who are acting as mentors. He’s also continuing his own journey to better health, competing in IronMaori in 2011.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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MATIU LOVE Matiu Love was just 17 years old when he enlisted in the Maori Battalion. He sailed to Europe a baby, and came back a man, he says. “We grew up real quick once we got our first taste of action. We went over there for a good time and we certainly grew up.” He left without telling his grandfather, fearful he wouldn’t let him go. He phoned home during a stopover in Australia, and was told ‘you’ve gone that far you may as well keep going’. He returned from the war and went to work at the Whakatu meatworks. Now a resident at Swansea Village, he’s lived for more than 70 years in Hawke’s Bay.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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PHIL AND ROS HORAN Phil and Ros Horan have been associated with Te Whare Aroha O Nga Mokopuna Early Childhood Centre for more than 20 years. Ros has been supervisor since 1991, and Phil joined the staff as administrator in 2009. Children are their focus: they enjoy sharing each child’s experience as they develop at the centre. They see their role as not just caring for children, but as an extension of the whole whanau - and now, and after two decades of helping young minds to grow, they are caring for a second generation of children at the centre.

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PIRIHANA PRENTICE Musician and songwriter Pirihana (Bill) Prentice has lived in Flaxmere with his wife Denise for 40 years. His long career in music and waiata goes back to the celebrated Shadracks showband of the 1960s. He was also a founder of the Manhatten band in the 70s, and is a prolific composer of waiata Maori. He’s a director of Awhi Records Ltd, chairman of Mana Ahuriri Incorporated, a trustee of several other Maori organisations, and kaumatua for Moteo, Timi Kara and Wharerangi marae. Pirihana’s passion and talent for music is shared by his mokopuna, Waven Hapi, Wikitoria Murphy, and Anecia and Peter Wilkie.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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RORY MCCALLUM Rory immigrated with his wife and baby son from the UK in 1997. Since then his family has grown to five children, and his parents joined them six years ago. “Family are of huge importance,” he says. At 16, Rory joined the Royal Marine Commandos, whose ethos is determination, courage, humility, loyalty and a sense of humour under adversity. “I continue to work hard to live life within the Commando doctrine, and I do have a strong belief that I can make a difference,” Rory says. In Flaxmere, he’s done just that. As the Flaxmere Community Centre manager, with a meagre operational budget, he raised funds to equip the centre with a quality gym and an impressive climbing wall. He has also spent the past eight years working with troubled youth. “I believe in the huge potential that exists in them. We may not be able to conquer all their problems, but it’s never too late to make a difference.”

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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STIRLING AND LISA HALBERT Stirling and Lisa Halbert have spent more than 20 years working for the community, and the past 10 years with Camberley-based community development service Te Ora Hou, contracted to implement the Camberley community plan. The couple - who have six children and nine grandchildren of their own - have committed themselves to making the community a safer and more vibrant place for all families. Lisa says the pay-off is seeing families change for the better. “The biggest thing is being able to help families and see them taking a pathway that’s so much more positive and uplifting.”

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SWANSEA VILLAGE RESIDENTS These are the matriarchs and patriarchs of Flaxmere. Collectively, they are the wisdom, the history and the heart of the community. The more than 70 men and women who live at Flaxmere’s Swansea Village are a rich source of knowledge for the community to tap into, and a treasure to be honoured.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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ZACK MAKAORE A tireless and committed community worker, Zack has been working closely with whanau and their tamariki for nearly 20 years. Zack founded the Te Taitimu Trust, which works with low-income whanau, and introduced other creative and innovative projects to support youth in Flaxmere and the wider Hastings community. Among the successful programmes introduced was the healthy lifestyle initiative Maraestyles, including a duathlon and Ki-O-Rahi tournament. Zack says he most enjoys the positive energy he gets from youth/rangatahi, and building future leaders.

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Flaxmere Heroes SUNDAY

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U-TURN TRUST A Charitable Trust Focussed on Flaxmere

Tracee Te Huia

Lawrence Yule

Taine Randell

Rex Graham

U-TURN TRUST Trustees

Message from the trustees It’s been a busy twelve months since you received our last calendar and we hope you enjoy the new version for 2012 with its useful additions. Tracee Te Huia has joined our Trust and we thank Vicki Bostock for her tremendous contribution over the last two years, her passion and commitment to the people and especially the garden is greatly valued. So many things have happened at the Marae, in the garden and the community and especially with the MAC sport club that it is impossible to report on all within this small space. Suffice to say Flaxmere is on a roll, thanks to the huge contribution from a great group of people who care. Henare and Pam continue to do their work and cast their spell of love and commitment as the journey continues and our trust supports them as best we can. A big thanks to all of you who have contributed your time, energy and support as we couldn’t do it without you. The U-Turn Trustees

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Who will be our Flaxmere Heroes for 2013? The U-Turn Trust wants you to nominate someone special in your community for our 2013 Flaxmere Heroes calendar This is your opportunity to pay tribute to their work and celebrate their achievements so they may become an inspiration to others. Our heroes this year collectively have made an amazing contribution to the Flaxmere community and we at the U-Turn Trust on your behalf thank them for their tireless commitment. For nominations to the Flaxmere Heroes 2013 Calendar, or learn more about the U-Turn Trust, contact:

Henare O’Keefe E henareokeefe@clear.net.nz M 0274 321 890 P PO Box 446, Hastings

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DISCLAIMER: This directory is the first Community Directory developed for Flaxmere in partnership with the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, Te Puni Kõkiri and Hastings District Council. As such any omissions are un-intentional. Every care has been taken when entering the details contained within this directory however no responsibility can be accepted for incorrect information either received and/or entered. For any questions on this resource please contact the Flaxmere Community Development Officer, Hastings District Council on 06) 871 5000.

HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS In an emergency call the Ambulance Service by ringing 111 AGENCY / PROVIDER

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

CONTACT DETAILS

Accident Injury Support Trust

Advocates for folk requiring help with ACC claims to receive full entitlements

103 Frimley Avenue, Frimley, HASTINGS 4120 P: 06 870 6244 or 06 870 6243 E: ais@clear.net.nz

Alcohol & Drug Service Hawke’s Bay DHB

A Specialist service provides alcohol and drug assessment, information, education and counselling programmes. There are two departments: outpatients in Napier and Hastings and residential treatment at the Springhill Centre in Napier

Napier Health Centre, 76 Wellesley Road, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 834 1815

Alcoholics Anonymous Hastings

A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover form alcoholism.

PO Box 813, HASTINGS 4156 P: 06 877 0922 or 06 835 6092 (0800 229 675) W: www.alcoholicsanonymous.org.nz

Alcohol Drug Helpline

An information, referral and intervention service: free, confidential information, insight and support

P: 0800 787 797 E: ada@adanz.org.nz W: www.alcoholdrughelp.org.nz

Alzheimer’s Society Inc Napier

Services to all people affected by dementia

46 Nelson Crescent, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 834 0417 or 06 834 0418 E: napier@alzheimers.org.nz W: www.alzheimershb.co.nz

Arthritis (NZ) Hawke’s Bay Service Centre

Education, information and self management to people with arthritis.

1020 Duke Street, HASTINGS 4120 P: 0800 663 463 or 04 569 4239 W: www.arthritis.org.nz

Asthma Hawkes Bay

Free service and information concerning respiratory conditions (asthma, COPD, Emphysema etc.) Doctors referral not necessary. Home visits if required.

167 Marine Parade, NAPIER P: 06 835 0018 F: 06 835 0038 E: admin.hb.asthma@xtra.co.nz W: www.asthmafoundation.org.nz

Cancer Society of New Zealand (HB) Centre

Support and information for Cancer patients and their families.

207 Nelson Street South, HASTINGS PO Box 1014, HASTINGS P: 06 876 7638 E: admin@cancerhb.org.nz

CanTeen

Supports young people (13-24 year olds) living with cancer and their siblings.

5 Ossian Street, Ahuriri, NAPIER P: 06 835 6070 E: shannonb@canteen.org.nz W: www.canteen.org.nz

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Cape Physio

Provides a service for the treatment of injuries and rehabilitation. Service available to all community. No referral necessary. $5 ACC surcharge if not covered up to $50

86 Caernarvon Drive, FLAXMERE PO Box 1364, HASTINGS P: 06 873 9026 F: 06 879 4322 E: flaxmere@capephysio.co.nz

Caring for Carers

A Support service for family carers who provide care to an adult 23 Puketapu Road, TARADALE 4112 or child with a serious illness, learning disorder or disability. P: 0508 DO CARE E: info@caringforcarersec.co.nz W: www.caringforcarersec.co.nz

CCS Disability Action Tairawhiti Hawke’s Bay Inc

Works alongside people with disabilities. Primary disability is physical but there are dual enrolments

124 Station Street, NAPIER P: 06 834 0499 (0800 227 2255) E: thb@ccsdisabilityaction.org.nz W: www.ccsdisabilityaction.org.nz

Central Health Ltd Te Poutama Tautoko Addiction Service

Provides Alcohol and Drug Assessments, AoD Counselling, Kaupapa Maori Therapeutic 8 week programme, NZTA Assessments, Whanau Support, Whanua Counselling, Cultural Support and work with Rangatahi. We provide services for all people (regardless of age) who wish to make changes around their use of alcohol and or drugs. Self referral or referrals from professional, Whanau and or doctor. Acceptance of Kaupapa Maori services. FREE and confidential

Queen Street East, HASTINGS P: 06 8765 120 F: 068 765 123 W: www.centralhealth.co.nz

Choices Kahungunu Health & Community Services

Whanau orientated Maori Health Provider

Community Health Tamariki Ora School Based Nursing Community Based Asthma Services Sexual Health Dental enrolments Mobile Nurse Clinic

Visits available by midwives to homes or at clinics. Cervical smears, pregnancy testing and referrals, antenatal care, screening scans, antenatal classes and birth plan, Obstetricians, Gynaecologists and Pregnancy support Targeting ages 5 – 14 years old. Specially trained in child health and development, a registered nurse from Choices visits 8 – 9 schools in the region. Working in partnership with principals, staff, parents and caregivers health screening is undertaken and parents and caregivers are encouraged to attend. Referrals to Health Camp, hearing and vision, other services Free visits for Tamariki and Rangatahi 0 - 18 years of age

Cnr Maraekakaho & Francis Hicks Ave, HASTINGS PO Box 901, HASTINGS P: 06 878 7616 or 0508 WHANAU (0508 942 628) F: 06 878 7927 E: kahungunu@paradise.net.nz

Healthy Lifestyles Community Gym

Gym programme available to the public at very low cost Access for 16 yr + $5 gym fee per session and no membership cost for those with Community Services Card, Gold Card & Student ID card.

HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS

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HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS In an emergency call the Ambulance Service by ringing 111 AGENCY / PROVIDER

Clinical services GP Services

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

Low cost GP services. Tamariki / Well Child checks, immunisations, vision and hearing, asthma. Wahine & Rangatahi services include cervical smears, pregnancy testing and referrals, midwife services, contraceptive and morning after pill, sexual health screening and treatment. Whanau - chronic disease management, wound care and physical health checks. Helping parents and caregivers keep children well by providing home visits or clinic appointments offering support information and advice.

CONTACT DETAILS

Flaxmere Village Centre, Swansea Road, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8984 or 0508 WHANAU (0508 942 628) F : 06 878 7927 E: kahungunu@paradise.net.nz

Maternity Auahi Kore – Smokefree Breastfeeding Support Services for Mother Pepi

Free maternity health care services. Visits available by midwives to homes or at clinic. Cervical smears, pregnancy testing and referrals, antenatal care, screening scans, antenatal classes and birth plan and pregnancy support. Assistance and support to mothers and babies including Auahi Kore – support for mother and their partners to become smoke free. Breastfeeding support and education, for mothers and pepi.

Early Childhood Services Te Kainga Potiki

Provides low cost community based childcare open to all

208 Southampton Street West, HASTINGS P: 06 878 6504 F: 06 879 8984 E: kahungunu@paradise.net.nz

Whare Oranga Ake

Re-integration for clients from HB regional correction centre

P: 0508 WHANAU (0508 942 628)

Community Connection

Provides support for people with an intellectual disability who live in their own home in the community.

Level 1, 70 Tennyson Street, NAPIER 4140 P: 06 835 0508 E: anthea.lowe@ccslt.org.nz

Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP)

A community health initiative designed to maximise your health and reverse and prevent diseases through safe, simple lifestyle changes.

101 Tait Drive, Greenmeadows, NAPIER 4112 P: 06 844 1172 E: hugh.heenan@gmail.com W: www.chip.org.nz

Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand

A variety of services to a wide range of Deaf and hearing people aged from 15 years.

2 White Street, TARADALE 4112 P: 06 845 9007 E: hawkesbay@deaf.org.nz W: www.deaf.co.nz

Dental Clinic At Totara Health Flaxmere

Free Dental Care for Children 0 to 13 years of age.

Corner of Chatham Road and Caernarvon drive alongside Totara Health Flaxmere Phone 06 8739024.

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Diabetes NZ Hawkes Bay

Support, information and non-medical education is offered on all aspects of diabetes.

1 Lee Road, TARADALE PO Box 916, NAPIER P: 06 845 3912 F 06 845 3914 E: admin@diabeteshb.org.nz W: www.diabetes.org.nz

Directions Youth Health Centre

Provides free and confidential health care to Hawke’s Bay youth 405 St Aubyn St East, HASTINGS 4122 between the ages of 10-24: Doctors, Nurses, Counsellors, Youth P: 06 870 8449 Workers and Peer Support Workers all in their youth ‘one-stop- E: directions.yhc@xtra.co.nz W: www.directions.org.nz shop’

Disability Resource Centre (HB)

Supported employment for people with any disability.

204 Nelson Street South, HASTINGS 4122 P: 06 873 8207 E: networkpersonnel@drchb.org.nz

Endometriosis NZ

To provide information, education and support research working with health professionals to foster and support girls, women and their families living with endometriosis.

Suite 75 Blackheath, 75 Durham Street, Christchurch 8023 P: 0800 733 277 E: nzendo@xtra.co.nz W: www.nzendo.co.nz

Enliven Homeshare

A shared living programme that connects those in need of help (usually older or disabled householders) with a homesharer willing to give help with household tasks in exchange for cheap rent.

87 Te Mata Road, HAVELOCK NORTH 4130 P: 06 877 8193 E: homeshare@enlivenec.org.nz W: www.enlivenhomeshare.co.nz

Epilepsy Hawke’s Bay

Providing information and support to people with epilepsy. Education to the community.

NCH Level 1/Office 10, 62 Raffles Street, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 835 5537 or 0800 202122 E: hawkesbay@epilepsy.org.nz W: www.epilepsy.org.nz

Family Works

Helping families with children under 17 through counselling, Heretaunga House, Cnr Lyndon Rd East & Warren St social work, parenting support and family violence programmes South, Hastings P: 06 876 2156 E: admin@eastcoast.familyworks.org.nz W: www.familyworks.org.nz

Gambling Problem Helpline

24 hour free service providing immediate support as well as referral and information services for gambling problems

P: 0800 654 655 W: www.gamblingproblem.co.nz

Hastings Women’s Refuge Inc

24 hour Crisis line for Information and Support, Safe House Services and Community Education

Heartlands, 125 Ruataniwha Street, Waipukurau 4200 P: 0800 REFUGE or 06 878 9519 24 Hour Crisis Line: 06 870 6024 E: HST_REFUGE@extra.co.nz W: ww.womensrefuge.org.nz

Hawke’s Bay District Health Board

Alcohol and other drug counselling and clinics

Co-ordinator: Dennis Coon P: 06 858 9090

Hawke’s Bay@Heart

Family support for the whole family not just the heart child. Providing support and information, CPR classes and access to first aid.

PO Box 4242, MAREWA 4143 P: 06 844 3379

HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS

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HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS In an emergency call the Ambulance Service by ringing 111 AGENCY / PROVIDER

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

Hawke’s Bay Multiple Sclerosis Society

CONTACT DETAILS

72 Austin Street, Onekawa, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 843 5002 E: msshb1@paradise.net.nz

Health Line

Free telephone health information service for all the family

P: 0800 611 116

Heart Foundation

Heart health information, cardiac community rehabilitation

1st Floor Art Deco Building, 163 Tennyson Street, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 833 7446 E: lydia@heartfoundation.org.nz W: www.heartfoundation.org.nz

Huntingdon’s Disease Association Hawke’s Bay Branch

Support for families affected by Huntingdon’s Disease. Information for people and organisations who are involved with families who have Huntingdon’s Disease.

PO Box 4211, Marewa, NAPIER 4110 P: 027 200 9789 E: tjeffcoat.hawkesbayhda@extra.co.nz

Information 4 Disability

Free service of information about disability services and resources. Makes referrals to appropriate organisations about equipment and services available in Hawke’s Bay.

Napier Community House, 62 Raffles Street, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 835 0781 E: dithb@xtra.co.nz W: www.info4disability.org.nz

Kids Line

Free telephone counselling service for all New Zealand kids up to the age of 14

P: 0800 KIDSLINE (0800 543 754) W: www.kidsline.org.nz

La Leche League Hawke’s Bay

Breastfeeding help information and support. Mother to mother PO Box 50780, PORIRUA 5240 help with breast feeding over the telephone. Up to date and P: 06 877 1106 acute written information about breast feeding and parenting. E: lllnz@clear.net.nz W: www.lalecheleague.org.nz

The Lowdown

To help young New Zealanders understand and deal with depression

E: team@thelowdown.co.nz W: www.thelowdown.co.nz

ME/Chronic fatigue and Fibromyalgia Support Group

Support group to help people manage their ME and Fibromyalgia.

3 Newbury Place, Taradale, NAPIER 4112 P: 06 844 4645 E: alizdick@xtra.co.nz

Mental Health Line

Support from 8am to midnight, 365 days per year

P: 0800 111 757

Mobile Podiatry Service

Home visiting Podiatry service

P: 06 834 4395

Napier South Stroke Group

Provides support to people afflicted by a stroke throughout the rehabilitation process, by encouraging the adaptation and re-establishment of home life, social activities and relearning a variety of skills.

11 Moeller Street, Taradale, NAPIER 4112 P: 06 844 8604 E: colleen-hannan@extra.co.nz

National Depression Helpline

Talk to a trained counsellor about how you are feeling or ask any questions about depression

P: 0800 111 757 W: www.depression.org.nz

Nationwide Health & Disability Advocacy Service

Helps and supports people to know their rights and actions they can take if they have concerns about a health or disability service. Free, independent, confidential, on the side of the consumer.

1 Milton Road, NAPIER 4110 P: 0800 555 050 or 06 835 1640 E: lgrant@hdc.org.nz W: www.hdc.org.nz

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W: www.healthline.govt.nz

W: www.mentalhealth.org.nz E: nevillecrockett@paradise.net.nz

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NZ National Poisons Centre

Poison Advice: Call immediately: 0800 POISON (0800 764 766). 24 hour 7 day toll free emergency telephone service. Call 111 if your child is unconscious, having difficulty breathing or looks very unwell

P: 0800 POISON (0800 764 766) W: www.poisons.co.nz

No Bully

Free, helpful advice about taking action to stop bullying

P: 0800 NOBULLY (0800 66 28 55) W: www.nobully.org.nz

Parentline Hawke’s Bay Inc

Individual and family counselling for caregivers, adolescents and children. Runs group education and therapeutic programmes

Ground Floor Heretaunga House Cnr Lyndon Rd East & Warren Street South, Hastings P: 06 876 2156 E: Annemarie.g@eastcoastfamilyworks.org.nz

Parent to Parent NZ

Support and information network for parents of children with special needs.

PO Box 234, Waikato Mail Centre 3240 P: 0508 236 236 (Toll free) E: national@parent2parent.org.nz W: www.parent2parent.org.nz

Parkinsons Hawke’s Bay

Field officer home support to members providing education, support, exercise classes, support group meetings and calling in other agencies when required.

Shop 3 Gloucester Court, 250 Gloucester Street TARADALE 4112 P: 06 844 9135 E: parkinsonshb@xtra.co.nz W: www.parkinsons.org.nz

Royal NZ Foundation for the Blind

Essential services to blind, deaf-blind and vision-impaired members at no cost to members.

94 Raffles Street, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 835 3777 or 0800 243 333 E: general@rnzfb.org.nz W: www.rnzfb.org.nz

Royal NZ Plunket Society

Delivers well child health checks to children under 5 years. Also runs groups to support parents and caregivers.

Suite 106 Las Palmas Building, 201 King Street, HASTINGS 4122 P: 06 835 3777 E: jill.wilkins@plunket.org.nz W: www.plunket.org.nz

The Scott Fund Trust

Assist people under age 21 who have a disability with education, equipment or lifeskills.

503 Cornwall Road, HASTINGS 4122 P: 06 878 4059 E: countrylink@gmail.com

Strengthening Families

Assists families dealing with multiple groups or agencies

413 Railway Road, HASTINGS P: 06 974 8462 E: jeanette.mackenzie014@msd.govt.nz W: www.strengtheningfamilies.govt.nz

Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga

Providing Health, Social and Education services to Whanau in Heretaunga.

Main Office, 821 Orchard Road, HASTINGS P: 06 871 5350 F: 06 871 5351 E: taiwhenua.heretaunga@ttoh.iwi.nz W: www.ttoh.iwi.nz

HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS

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HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS In an emergency call the Ambulance Service by ringing 111 AGENCY / PROVIDER

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

CONTACT DETAILS

P: 06 871 5352 F: 06 873 0972

GP & Dental Services Hauora Heretaunga

General medical practice – Doctors, Nurses, Dentist, Dental Therapists, Nursing clinics and Specialist clinics for enrolled patients.

Hauora Services Tamariki Ora Nursing School Based Nursing Kaumata Health Aukati Kaipaipa-Smoking Cessation Health Promotion Exercise & Nutrition Palliative Care and Support Injury Prevention Dental Education Child Car Seat Loans

Hauora Services include; Providing Well Child Services to tamariki aged 0-5 years Mobile Nursing services delivered in the home and workplace School Nursing clinics at Flaxmere, Irongate and Peterhead primary schools Kani kani mai Latin dance fit, Box Fit, healthy cooking classes, home vegetable gardening classes Green prescription exercise group Kaumatua support group meetings Kaumatua nursing and social support services Kaumatua Tai Chi, line Dancing and mobility classes One on one support to those to decrease and cease smoking using Nicotine Replacement Therapy Pallative care whanau support and liaison services Community Networking and promotion to improve whanau safety in homes, vehicles and play areas Dental education, promotion and advice on oral health Car Seats to ensure tamariki are safe in vehicles

Hinengaro Services Oranga Hinengaro o Te Matau a Mãui Ngã Oranga o Te Rae Ararau Day Programme Ararau Residential

Providing kaupapa Mãori Hinengaro clinical assessments, intervention, community support and residential rehabilitation services to whanau.

P: 06 8715354

Totara Health Ltd General Medical Practice

Doctors and Practice Nurses providing low cost quality healthcare in Flaxmere

Dental Clinic At Totara Health Flaxmere

Free Dental Care for Children 0 to 13 years of age. Open 7 Days a week.

Cnr Chatham Road and Caernarvon Drive, FLAXMERE PO Box 1079, Hastings P: 06 873 9024 F: 06 873 9021 E: enquiries@totarahealth.co.nz

Youthline

Youthline

AGENCY / PROVIDER

P: 0800 376 633

SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Age Concern

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CONTACT DETAILS

P: 0800 222 776 W: www.acc.co.nz ‘Working together to improve the quality of life for older people’.

38 Bristol Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 7003 F: 06 879 7023 E: ageconcernflax@xtra.co.nz

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Awhina Whanau Services Inc

Kaupapa Maori based therapeutic counselling, education, and training organisation focussing on the delivery of Whanau Service Plans’ including: Counselling & therapy Whakapapa / Te Tiriti O Waitangi Education and training De-colonisation wananga for Whanau who live in Ngati Kahungunu region.

191 Nikau Street, HASTINGS P: 06 878 4827 F: 06 878 4185 E: awhina7@clear.net.nz

Budget Advisory Service

Free and confidential assistance with household or personal money management and debt problems for those living in the Heretaunga area.

111 Warren St North, Hastings PO Box 1445, HASTINGS P: 06 878 0530 F: 06 878 0062 E: hastings.budget@xtra.co.nz

Citizens Advice Bureau (Hastings)

Free, impartial and confidential provision of information, advice, guidance and support to all people in the community. Mon – Fri 9.00am to 4.00pm. A free legal advice service is available Saturday mornings 9.30am -10.30am. (not holiday weekends)

112 Queen Street East, HASTINGS PO Box 11 105, HASTINGS P: 06 878 0525 F: 06 876 8423 E: cab.hastings@xtra.co.nz

Cook Island Community Centre

Venue for hire for meetings, gatherings, workshops, celebration Cook Island Community Centre, 7 Swansea Road, events. Open to all. FLAXMERE P: 06 879 6107 or 027 552 8246 E: bizzoy@xtra.co.nz

Community Law Centre

Free, confidential legal services for all ages including legal information, advice, education, representation and assistance in most areas of law to those who can not afford a lawyer or are not eligible to legal aid. Open 9.00am - 4.00pm, Mon - Fri

202 Karamu Rd, HASTINGS PO Box 789, HASTINGS P: 06 878 4868 F: 06 878 4191 E: hblaw@hblaw.org.nz

DOVE Hawke’s Bay

Serves the community, families and individuals whose lives are impacted upon by family violence by providing quality education and support services. Mens, Womens, Youth, Pacific Island/Whanau Ora services are all available. Each service offers individual or group programmes and Social Work. Promoting Safe Families, Safer Communities. Self Referral

37 Niven Street, NAPIER PO Box 716, NAPIER P: 06 843 5307 F: 06 842 1601 E: admin@dovehb.org.nz Web: www.dovehawkesbay.org.nz

Driving Miss Daisy Ezee Meals

Charlton Harris P: 06 878 5029 or 027 234 6017 Alternative service for people unable to cook a meal for themselves

Family History Library (Latter Day Saints)

Enquiry Answer Service P: 0800 439 336 P: 06 879 9320

Family Start Tane Manaki Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga

A strength based programme provided in your home that is 821 Orchard Rd, HASTINGS child centred and Whanau focused. To receive support you must P: 06 8715357 F: 06 8715351 be at least 3 months pregnant or have a child up to the age of E: family.start@ttoh.iwi.nz 12 months and living in Heretaunga.

Flaxmere Library

Library services, internet, children’s reading, holiday programmes, community outreach programmes

HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS

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Swansea Road, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 6792 W: www.hastingslibrary.co.nz

SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

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AGENCY / PROVIDER

SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

CONTACT DETAILS

Flaxmere Salvation Army

Family-friendly church who offer a variety of social support and have a particular interest in Families affected by alcohol and drug use. Our office is open Tues and Friday mornings and messages left at other times will be responded to promptly. Open to all.

Flaxmere Worship & Community Centre, 270 Flaxmere Ave, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 5828

HIPPY Family Works (HB)

Home Interaction Programme for Preschool and Year One Youngsters – a home based education programme for preschool aged children. Children must be 3 ½ years – 5 ½ years old and reside in Camberley and Flaxmere.

Heretaunga House, Cnr Lyndon & Warren St, HASTINGS PO Box 69, HASTINGS P: 06 876 2156 F: 06 876 4182 E: kaye.p@eastcoast.familyworks.org.nz

Meals On Wheels

For people who are unable to cook a meal for themselves

P: 06 870 7485

PAFT (Parents As First Teachers)

Parental parenting knowledge and support. Monthly educational home visit for the first three years of babies lives, by reputable professional educators. Enrolments need to be made approximately by 4 months of age.

513 Southampton St East, HASTINGS P: 06 870 8430 or 021 357893

PJ’s

Alternative to Meals On Wheels service

P: 06 878 7122

Pregnancy Councelling Services Hawke’s Bay

24 hour counselling service for those facing pregnancy or post abortion counselling. Confidentiality respected.

P: 0800 773 462 W: www.pcs.org.nz

Swansea Village (Housing for the Elderly)

Contact Hastings District Council Housing Officer

P: 06 871 5000

Swim Heretaunga Waterworld Indoor Pool

Service for training squads and swimming needs of all ages. Open to all

Swansea Road, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 7676 F: 06 879 5642 E: info@swimheretaunga.co.nz W: www.swimheretaunga.co.nz

Tangata Piringa Maori Refuge

Provides a safe house and 24 hour crisis line. We run Tamariki and Wahine programmes. This service is available for women, children and youth who are experiencing a crisis.

PO Box 2108, Stortford Lodge, HASTINGS P: 06 876 0739 F: 06 876 0752 E: tangatatapiringa@vodafone.co.nz

Te Wananga O Aotearoa Heretaunga

P: 06 872 6000 or 0800 355 553

Te Whare Wananga Tapere O Takitimu U Turn Trust

U-TURN TRUST Victim Support

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P: 06 873 0041 W: www.victimsupport.org.nz A whanau ora approach to supporting families who experience hardship in any form. Aims to uplift and inspire community attitudes and spirit, reverse negative social statistics and performance in Flaxmere, highlight the positives and celebrate the successes and local heroes. Key Projects include Flaxmere Heroes, Te Aranga Marae Garden Project, Prisoner Rehabilitation, Tunutunu – mobile barbeque, Street-by-street, Flaxmere Health Programme, MAC Sports Association, Flaxmere Bike Programme, Boxing Programme.

Te Aranga Marae Henare O’Keefe PO Box 446, HASTINGS P: 0274 321 890

24 hour, 7 day a week service

P: 0800 842 846 W: www.victimsupport.org.nz

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EDUCATION OPTIONS & TRAINING PROVIDERS

AGENCY / PROVIDER

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

Ao Te Rangi Kohanga Reo

33 Ardrossan Avenue, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 7274

Awatea Hou Kohanga Reo

49 Cartier Crescent, FLAXMERE

P: 06 879 4615

Careers New Zealand

Free and impartial career information and support to people of all ages. Use the practical information, interactive tools, CV templates and job search tips on their website to plan and make smart career decisions Talk to a career expert about your career needs.

Level 1, Staples Rodway House, Vautier St, Napier P: 06 835 8569 or P: 0800 222 733 Free text: CAREER to 434 W: www.careers.govt.nz

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT)

Tertiary training institution offering a broad range of applied degrees and diplomas in a range of topic areas as well as trade training courses and adult literacy and numeracy programmes. Some courses are located in Flaxmere and attract no fees: Flaxmere Shopping Centre, Swansea Rd, FLAXMERE P: 06 974 8943 F: 06 8796844 E: tkupa@eit.ac.nz

Gloucester St, TARADALE P: 06 974 8000 F: 06 974 8910 E: info@eit.ac.nz W: www.eit.ac.nz

Ellen Stevenson Kindergarten

90 Chatham Rd, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9356

Flaxmere College

Co-educational school Years 7-13 (Intermediate & Secondary)

Henderson Rd, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9833 E: office@flaxcol.co.nz W: www.flaxmerecollege.co.nz

Flaxmere Primary School

Primary school for 5 year olds – year 8.

20 Henderson Road, FLAXMERE 4120 P: 06 879 8210 F: 06 879 6555 E: flaxmere.school@flaxmere.school.nz W: www.flaxmere.school.nz

Hawke`s Bay School for Teenage Parents

Providing secondary education to young parents and expectant mothers. Available to pregnant teenagers or young parents. Closed in the school holidays. Flaxmere residents can be transported to William Colenso college which has an early childhood service on a daily basis.

William Colenso College, NAPIER P: 06 8336758 F: 06 8336759 E: biff.waddel@colenso.school.nz

Irongate Kindergarten Irongate Primary School

4 Walton Way, FLAXMERE Primary school for 5 year olds – year 8.

Kahu O Te Rangi Kohanga Reo Kimi Ora Community School

Mihiwairua Te Kohanga Reo

SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

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P: 06 879 7903

Walton Way, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9435 F: 06 879 6548 3 Ramsey Place, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8650

Co-educational primary school for Years 1-8 students.

Boston Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9633 F: 06 879 9785 E: office@kimiorahb.school.nz 12 Arklow Place, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8378

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AGENCY / PROVIDER

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

Morgan Educare Centre 1

182 Flaxmere Ave, HASTINGS P: 06 879 7213

Morgan Educare Centre 2

28 Walton Way, FLAXMERE P: 06-879 7215

Nga Paharakeke Te Kohanga Reo

97 Dundee Drive, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9937

Peterhead Kindy

14 Bristol Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8521

Peterhead School

Primary school for 5 year olds – year 8.

Peterhead Avenue, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8570 F: 06 879 8619

Punavai O Le Gagana Samoa

80 Caernarvon Drive, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 7568

Rewai Kohanga Reo

75 Tarbet Street, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9149

Tauparanui Kohanga Reo

Pre –school Kohanga Reo

139 Stock Road, RD 5, HASTINGS 4175 P: 06 879 9709

Te Aka

Kaupapa Maori After School & Holiday Program for 5 – 13 years, as well as offering Maori Development Services & Wananga for all ages.

Shop 22 (above Hollies Bakery), Flaxmere Village PO Box 15052, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9778 E: te.aka@xtra.co.nz

Te Taiwhenua O Heretaunga Early Childhood Education Te Tirahou

Te Tirahou provides early childhood education within a kaupapa Mãori framework for children from 6 months to 5 years.

P: 06 873 7542 F: 06 8715351

Te Taiwhenua O Heretaunga

For whãnau 18 years and over who want to gain nationally recognised certificates to improve their skills and change their lives. Composite School – years 1 to 14

P: 06 871 5350

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Ngati Kahungunu Ki Heretaunga

139 Stock Road, RD5, HASTINGS 4175 P: 06 879 5235 F: 06 879 5239

Te Whare Aroha O Nga Mokopuna Incorporated

1 Boston Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06-879 9018

Te Kohanga Reo O Te Manawanui

58 Tarbet Street, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9602

Te Kowhai Kohanga Reo

4 Fleetwood Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 5516

Te Whakarangatiratanga Te Kohanga Reo

3 Swansea Road, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 4411

Te Whetu O Te Ao Marama Te Kohanga Reo

9 Burton Crescent, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8265

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YOUTH SERVICES & PROVIDERS DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

Directions Youth Health Centre

‘Youth One Stop Shop’ providing non judgemental, youth friendly healthcare services to youth aged 10-24

305 Omahu Road, HASTINGS P: 06 870 8449 E: directions.yhc@xtra.co.nz W: www.directions.org.nz

Purena Koa Rehua Youth Services

This service is available for all youth and Whanau offering: 1-1 group programmes for life skills, anger management, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and sexual health education. We are also providers for the safer streets project in West Flaxmere running such groups as: G-Force, Street Club, Holiday programmes/Breakfast Clubs We provide a Kool Tamariki Oscar after school and holiday programme. Life skill based programme for individuals and groups. Hastings Youth on Track Leadership Project. Scribble Path. Learning Gardens e.g. worm garden, whanau cooking classes, raised bed/seedlings, home Whanau vege garden.

1332 Omahu Rd, HASTINGS PO Box 15019, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 6434 F: 06 879 6433 E: pkryouthsrv@xtra.co.nz W: www.pkryouthservices.co.nz

Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga Youth Transition Services (YTS)

Free Service to youth aged 15-19 years who are in a period of “non activity” and live in Napier/Hastings: Targeted services aimed at working with youth to help them in finding training and employment or back into education.

P: 06 871 5356 – YTS Free Text- YHB to 234

Heretaunga Tiaki Tamariki

Providing a kaupapa Mãori intervention to reduce reoffending. Tiaki Tamariki – 8-13 year-olds that are at risk of offending and living in Hastings

Te Whare Karamu

Assisting Teen Parents in developing the essential skills to become confident parents to nurture tamariki. Teen Parent – Must be living in Hastings Te Whare Karamu – Under 20 years and motivated to moving towards independence

P: 06 871 5350 – Teen Parent Service:

Te Ikaroa Rangatahi Social Services

Supervised, structure programmes for individuals and groups targeted at young people up to the age of 17yrs assessed as being at risk. One-on-one mentoring. Available for those who are aged from 11-20yrs, identified as being at risk and live within the Hawke’s Bay area. Access to these services can be done by self and Whanau referrals.

Shops 1 & 2, Poole St, FLAXMERE PO Box 15088, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9495 F: 06 879 6080 E: te.ikaroarangatahi@xtra.co.nz

Te Taitimu Trust ‘Turning the tide’

Mentoring, camps/programmes, team building, health & education and conservation services to youth.

8 Ayr Street, FLAXMERE E: zack.m@xtra.co.nz

EDUCATION OPTIONS & TRAINING PROVIDERS

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P: 06 871 0629 – Te Whare Karamu

YOUTH SERVICES & PROVIDERS

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SPORT GROUPS & RECREATION SERVICES DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

CONTACT DETAILS

Flax Fit Gym Centre & Indoor Climbing Wall

Provides quality facilities and opportunities for people to achieve their creative potential through sport, recreation and adventure activities: 13 metre indoor rock climbing wall including: 28 active stations Abseiling/Bouldering/Lead climbing School packages available Integrated kitchen/dining room Hall hireage Fully equipped fitness gym and cardio room Meeting room facilities for hire No criteria although fees apply.

8 Swansea Road, FLAXMERE PO Box 15023, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 9812 F: 06 879 9812 E: flaxrock@xtra.co.nz

Heke Sports Private Organisation

Specialist coaching for individuals and teams of all ages: Wananga option available Individual assessments.

20 Tenby Terrace, FLAXMERE P: 06 879 8687 or 021 028 78028 E: henry.monique@xtra.co.nz

He Oranga Poutama

SPARC initiative for developing healthier active lifestyles for Maori of all ages within Te Matau a Maui. Individual assessments and programmes developed for specific needs.

Sports Hawke’s Bay, 480 Gloucester St, TARADALE P: 06 845 9333 F: 06 845 3983 E: ihakaw@sporthb.net.nz W: www.sporthb.net.nz

M.A.C Sports Association Inc.

Organised sport including both Senior and Junior divisions of Rugby Union, Rugby League and Netball. Currently developing Basketball, Touch & Volleyball. Open for all to participate in Club membership, a $10 fee entitles financial membership. (Affiliation fee)

Club President: Anthony Morley 1 Margate Avenue, FLAXMERE PO Box 15116, FLAXMERE P: 06 8795661

Western Suburbs Sports Club

Organised sport for both senior and junior divisions in Rugby Union, Rugby League teams. Open for all to participate in Club membership

Club President, Ron Giorgi Park, FLAXMERE PO Box 15039, FLAXMERE P: 06 8798028

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AGENCY / PROVIDERS

In an emergency, call the Police service by dialling 111 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

Department Of Corrections

Provides services to community based offenders and those being released from prison

22 Wilkes Place, FLAXMERE PO Box 506, HASTINGS P: 06 873 2250 F: 06 873 2251 W: www.corrections.govt.nz

Department of Internal Affairs

Information available on Community Development and funding Level 1, Price Waterhouse Coopers Building available through Lottery Grants Board and COGS. Cnr Raffles and Monroe St, NAPIER PO Box 1042, NAPIER 4110 P: 06 8341350 F: 06 8341274 W: www.communitymatters.govt.nz

Flaxmere Licensing Trust

Publicly elected body by the citizens of Flaxmere. The current Chairman is Ken Kibblewhite. They fund not for profit groups in the Flaxmere area through the Trust House Foundation. Application forms can be obtained from the Flaxmere Tavern, or on the website: www.trusthouse.org.nz

The Horseshoe Building, Level 1 4 Queen Street, MASTERTON P: 06 370 0520 DDI: 06 370 0525 F: 06 378 8324 E: info@trusthouse.co.nz

Flaxmere Police Station

In an emergency, call the Police service by dialling 111

Cnr Swansea Road and Bristol Crescent Flaxmere PO Box 15106 P: (06) 879 9799

Hastings District Council

Provides a wide range of services and facilities: From roads, footpaths and water to swimming pools, libraries, parks and housing for the elderly.

Civic Administration Building 207 Lyndon Road East, HASTINGS 4122 Private Bag, HASTINGS P: 06 871 5000 F: 06 871 5100 E: council@hdc.govt.nz W: www.hastingsdc.govt.nz

Hawkes Bay District Health Board

Provides a range of services including maternity, children & youth, diagnostic, emergency care, mental health and addiction, psychology, diabetes and intensive care.

Omahu Road, HASTINGS P: 06 878 8109 W: www.hawkesbaydhb.govt.nz

Housing New Zealand

Provides residents of Flaxmere with access to good quality affordable homes. Criteria apply.

CommunityLink, c/o - Hastings office PO Box 1140, HASTINGS P: 06 8710 318 or 06 8730 773 F: 06 8797 427

Inland Revenue Department

P: 0800 257 773

Land Transport

Motor Vehicle Registration: P: 0800 108 809 Driver Licensing: P: 0800 822 422

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PUBLIC AGENCIES

AGENCY / PROVIDERS

In an emergency, call the Police service by dialling 111 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

CONTACT DETAILS

Ministry of Education

Responsible for resourcing and monitoring the education system. Local staff may be able to assist with any queries you may have around education. The Ministry Seeks to build a world leading education system that equips all New Zealanders with the knowledge, skills and values to be successful citizens in the 21st century.

Te Tohu Umanga Matauranga 8A Lever Street, Ahuriri, NAPIER 4110 PO Box 147, NAPIER 4140 P: 06 833 6730 F: 06 833 6731 W: www.minedu.govt.nz

Ministry of Justice

The Hastings Court manages the following areas: Collections & Fines: 0800 4FINES (0800 434 637) Disputes Tribunal: these are not like formal courts. There are no lawyers or judges. If your claim is for $15,000 or less (or $20,000 if both parties agree) and is disputed then it may be heard by the Disputes Tribunal Family and District Courts

Cnr Eastbourne Street West & Market Street HASTINGS P: 06 974 7330 F: 06 974 7345

Maori Land Court

Hears matters relating to Maori land. Search Maori land interests online at: www.maorilandonline.govt.nz

Heretaunga House, Cnr Lyndon Rd & Warren St, HASTINGS P: 06 974 7630 F: 09 974 7631 W: www.justice.govt.nz/maorilandcourt/

Ministry of Maori Development Te Puni Kõkiri

Te Puni Kõkiri is the NZ Government’s principal advisor on the Crowns relationship with Iwi, Hapu and Maori. It has a range of resources and information that support Maori development. It manages a number of programmes including Whanau Ora. For further information or assistance please call or email the regional office.

Lowe House, 304 Fitzroy Avenue PO Box 1440, HASTINGS P: 06 878 0757 F: 06 878 0756 E: tpk.takitimu@tpk.govt.nz W: www.tpk.govt.nz

Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs

Central government advisor on policies and interventions to promote the social and economic wellbeing of Pacific people in New Zealand. The main functions we are funded to provide are policy advice, monitoring the impact of policies, and communication and engagement with Pacific people.

PO Box 833, WELLINGTON P: 04 473 4493 F: 04 473 4301 W: www.mpia.govt.nz

Ministry of Social Development

Provides Government advice on strategic social policy, research and evaluation. We fund services such as: Child Youth and Family Work and Income Community and Voluntary Sector Disability Issues Where people access help for a range of needs from a variety of social services and agencies centrally located in one place. These services include simple financial assistance through to employment assistance, support, education and counselling services.

Community Link Centre

Ngãti Kahungunu Iwi Inc

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The government mandated iwi organisation responsible for Ngãti Kahungunu development.

8 Swansea Road, FLAXMERE PO Box 15064, FLAXMERE P: 0800 559 009 F: 06 879 7427 W: www.workandincomegovt.nz 304 Fitzroy Road, HASTINGS PO Box 2406, HASTINGS P: 06 876 2718 0800 524 864 F: 06 876 4807 E: paati@kahugnunu.iwi.nz W: www.kahungunu.iwi.nz

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LOCAL SHOPPING

Flaxmere Shopping Village

Contact Details

FLAXMERE CHURCHES

Flaxmere Churches

Address

Contact Details

Bay Sushi

06 879 8288

Church of the Way

1332 Omahu Road

06 879 6434

BP

06 879 5718

Faith Family Church

300 Flaxmere Avenue

06 879 7387

Choices Medical Centre

06 879 8984 0508WHANAU

Flaxmere Baptist Church

60 Caenarvon Drive

06 879 8108

Flaxmere Christian Fellowship

220 Flaxmere Avenue

06 879 5588

EIT Flaxmere Learning Centre

06 974 8943 06 879 6844 (Fax)

Salvation Army - Flaxmere

270 Flaxmere Avenue

06 879 5828

Flaxmere Fast Foods

06 879 5795

Cook Islands Christian Church

16 Burton Crescent

06 879 9664

Flaxmere Flea Market (Stall enquires)

06 879 9664

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Cnr Peterhead & Swansea Road

06 879 9468

Flaxmere Pharmacy

06 879 9880

Flaxmere Liquor Ltd

06 879 7700

Flaxmere Tavern

06 873 9027

Flaxmere Village Dairy

06 879 9786

Fuli Shop

06 879 6828

Hollies Bakery

06 879 7144

New World

06 879 9957 06 879 9958 (Fax)

New Zealand Post – Kiwi Bank

0800 501 501 06 879 7672

St Vincent De Paul

06 879 6438

Te Aka

06 879 9778

Tommy’s Takeaways

06 879 9645

United Video (Flaxmere)

06 879 6444

Flaxmere Business Media Production

06 879 6945 027 205 5745

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U-TURN TRUST For more information about the U-Turn Trust, contact Henare O’Keefe. Email: henareokeefe@clear.net.nz Mobile: 0274 321 890 Postal: PO Box 446, Hastings

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