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Another boost for cycling By Claire Robson
A new cycle initiative is coming to town, aiming at getting more visitors out and about enjoying the region. Cycle Cambridge is the brainchild of the Brian Perry Charitable Trust, which is continuing its work supporting healthy outdoor pursuits in the Waikato. With 10 e-bikes and 10 regular bikes in a range of adult and kids’ sizes, as well as a tandem bike, Cycle Cambridge will begin providing package cycle escapes later this month, with all proceeds going back into the community. Supporters of the Te Awa River Ride, the Avantidrome and next January’s Three Peaks Ride cycling festival, Brian Perry Charitable Trust general manager Jennifer Palmer said it made sense for the trust to move into offering packages. “There’s a lot of strings to the bow and this is just the latest”, she said, adding that ideally the packages would show Aucklanders that “they don’t need to go to Otago” to ride the rail trail, as there is a great alternative closer to home. As well as recreational packages, there will be corporate offerings and casual bike hire for those who want to go biking a bit closer to home. This hire option – two hours, half-day or full-day hire – will Continued on page 3
Brian Perry Charitable Trust’s general manager Jennifer Palmer tries out the new tandem bike with Podium Lodge visitor from Taranaki, six-year-old Khloe Evans.
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You are not imagining things if you feel as though October is chocka-block with awareness events, a quick and very unscientific check of the Interweb shows that only May has as more things diarised to be aware of. Not that it’s a bad thing, but I wonder if there’s a bit too much of it going on at the moment what with Health Literacy Month, Breast Cancer Month, Mental Health Awareness Week, Stroke Awareness Week, World Obesity Day, Get Ready Week and Global Handwashing Day (I don’t know how that’s any different from the World Hand Hygiene Day in May, but never mind…) among other things. My point is, I think all this awarenessing might just lead a person to become awareness-fatigued, longing for the days when a month was just a month containing normal calendar events, such as birthdays and paydays. Unquestionably all of these events are important in their own way, don’t get me wrong, it’s just easy to feel a bit swamped by it all. Maybe we should establish an Awareness Month Awareness Month in January, so everyone can take stock of
Letter to the editor Editor, When I arrived in NZ in 1971, car registration, including third party injury insurance, was about $21 a year. Petrol was 10c a litre. ACC in 1974 replaced third party insurance with a levy, which was increased year by year – increasing to nearly $200 by about 2014. Over the past four years or so levies have dropped to about $37 a year. Total rego for 2018-19 is, I believe, $99.02. Running an un-registered, frequently un-warranted vehicle, unsafe or modified resulted in pursuits and crashes costing ACC (that’s the rest of us) while the ‘free loaders’ contributed nothing. Increasing the ACC levy on fuel enables the government to force free- loaders to pay their dues. My extra fuel cost on 10 litres will be less than $1 a week. Simon Bridges asserts that motorists will be severely hurt by extra fuel costs. When did he last bear his own motoring costs? People interviewed on TV compared Australian fuel prices. Hey! This is New Zealand, Aussies pay thousands a year in rego and insurance. A flow on effect might be an increase in drive away petrol thefts like there was when the price of cigarettes went up, but I doubt it. Brian Dunstan (Abridged)
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the year’s calendar and work out which events we will be aware of in advance? Just a thought. Otherwise, it’s been all go in the office. We’re upstairs at 55 Victoria St – so please feel free to pop in if you have some news to share or want to book an ad. And we have the latest issue of the paper available in a snazzy new box down on the street, Claire Robson so if you’ve missed a delivery or just want an extra copy or two, feel free to help yourselves. We work hard every week to bring you your local paper, so if you are not getting it (obviously you have got this one, or you wouldn’t be reading this message…) please get in touch and we can chase it up with the delivery company. Have a great week, everyone. Claire Robson, Editor
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Neighborhood support stands in-store provide Bunnings customers with helpful information on how to prepare for emergencies. To celebrate Get Ready Week (October 13 – 22) the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management is teaming up with Bunnings to raise awareness of how to prepare for emergencies in the community. Bunnings stores across the country, including here in Cambridge, will be promoting emergency preparedness through a range of initiatives, from information tables to educational Kids Workshops with helpful resources available for customers to take home. Residents are invited to head into the local Bunnings store to check out free Kids DIY Workshops this Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14. The Kids ‘Get Ready’ DIY Workshops will offer informative and interactive ways for children to learn important messages, whilst creating a practical emergency contact board, wrist brand or bookmarker with vital information on what to do if disaster strikes. Additionally, Bunnings Cambridge
will be taking part in the New Zealand ShakeOut, the country’s national earthquake drill and tsunami hikoi, at 9.30am on Thursday, October 18. Sarah Stuart-Black, Director of the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management said, “New Zealand ShakeOut is a great opportunity to make sure your family is prepared in an emergency.” “We know that when kids are involved in preparing for emergencies and learning about natural hazards, they encourage their families to be more prepared and play a more active role in responding to and recovering from disasters. Families can create their own household plan at www.happens.nz.” Neighbourhood Support will also be at selected stores with helpful information and to answer customer questions about preparing for emergencies. To sign up to take part in New Zealand ShakeOut, visit: www. shakeout.govt.nz.
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Remember your bags tomorrow By Claire Robson
Plastic Bag Free Cambridge is hoping the town will collectively turn its back on plastic shopping bags tomorrow, October 13, opting instead to take reusable bags to the shops. It’s a cause that’s gathering momentum, with Countdown going plastic bag free from Monday, and the PBFC collective is hoping the new mindset will stick. PBFC organiser Sam Brydon said: “Plastic bags are just one small part of the single use plastic problem, but they are one of the easier fixes, because there are so many reusable bag options available now. I hope the town can really get behind this and see it as a practice for the real thing, when single use plastic bags are hopefully banned next year. They do so much damage to the environment, on land and in our oceans, and they are completely unnecessary. I would love to see people remember their bags every day, but this is just a start.” Cambridge’s sewing collective – which has distributed around 4,500 free bags in town in the past year – will be handing out reusable bags at Vege Fresh and New World tomorrow and will have a stand at the Farmers’ Market, where they will be sewing bags
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and putting on a photo booth. They will also be selling their fancier bags for a donation that will go towards covering the group’s ongoing costs, as well as running a raffle for a Christmas quilt and a zero-waste kit to help you go plastic-free. Tickets for the raffle will be $2 each or 3 for $5.
Plastic Bag Free Cambridge members showing some of the group’s creations, from left: Helen Parker, Sorrel Brydon, and Linda Weijers.
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Continued from page 1 give curious locals the chance to try out an electric bike (e-bike), which Jennifer describes as a “great equaliser”, giving people of differing abilities the chance to ride together. “If you’re on an e-bike it makes longer distances more achievable,” she said, adding that it’s just like riding a regular bike until you get a “little kick” when the motor fires up. The Cycle Cambridge van is off being signwritten, and once it’s in action later in the month it will be put to work ferrying cyclists and their bikes and gear from their Podium Lodge base to Ngaruawahia. From there, the riders can tackle the Te Awa River Ride, biking their way back for collection at the Hamilton Gardens where the trail currently finishes. That’s where it stops for now, but with construction due to be finished on the Hamilton to Cambridge leg of the cycleway in the next three years, ultimately cyclists will be able to bike the whole 65km from Ngaruawahia to Lake Karapiro. And the plan is for those packages to include local experience-based businesses, such as Camjet, Hobbiton and the Waikato River Explorer, giving visitors a real taste of what the region has to offer. Check out Cycle Cambridge’s website – www. cyclecambridge.co.nz- (which should be up and running any minute now) for more information.
PBFC member Dot Harding will be putting her intricate 1,000th bag up for sale at Fresh Choice tomorrow at noon, to be put under the hammer by local auctioneer Steve Davis, along with a rimu tray made by Dot’s husband, Barry, and a handmade Christmas quilt.
Dot Harding’s Christmas quilt will be auctioned off at noon tomorrow at Fresh Choice in Leamington.
Readers have until Sunday to get their votes in for Bird of the Year - Te Manu Rongonui o Te Tau – Forest and Bird’s annual competition for the most popular native bird. Last year, the cheeky kea took out top honours, classified as nationally endangered with just 3,000 – 7,000 birds remaining. Forest and Bird runs the competition to raise awareness of the plight of our native feathered friends and their habitats, with a third in danger of extinction. There are 61 of New Zealand’s 168 bird species in the competition this year, ranging from the albatross (toroa) right through to the Yellow-eyed penguin (Hoiho), with the status of each bird listed beside it – doing OK, in some trouble or in serious trouble. To avoid the cheating scandal of last year, when more than 100 fraudulent votes for the white-faced heron were cast from the same computer, entries will be verified by email this year. The competition closes on Sunday, October 14, and voters can also go in the draw to win an expedition to the New Zealand Sub Antarctic Islands, Stewart Island and remote Fiordland, departing in December and worth over $9,500. So get voting, Cambridge, there are plenty of wonderful native birds to choose from. www.birdoftheyear.org.nz
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Eel industry could face shortage
By Sophie Iremonger
The new eel fishing year kicked off last week on October 1, with catch limit changes coming into effect following a public consultation in July. The review of North Island eel sustainability by Fisheries New Zealand asked the public to have their say on whether the catch limit for longfin eels should be reduced by 15 per cent, and by 32 per cent for commercial fishermen, in catchment areas around the
Commercial eel fisherman and Eel Enhancement Company chairman Mike Holmes says a decision to cut longfin eel quotas could have serious ramifications for the industry, noting that local eel numbers remain healthy.
country including locally. Cambridge local Mike Holmes, Chairman of the Eel Enhancement Company (EEC) and a commercial eel fisherman, made a submission at the time – as did several other fishermen in the industry – to stick with the status quo. “We don’t have a stock problem, which would normally be why you would reduce the limit… we’re the first to ask for quota cuts if we need them,” he said at the time. After the public consultation wrapped up, Fisheries New Zealand announced recently that they would indeed follow through with the proposed quota cut. “That’s quite disappointing, not really surprising, but disappointing,” Mike said following the announcement. A spokesperson for Fisheries New Zealand said a large proportion of the submissions relating to eels wanted a reduction or complete closure of the longfin eel fishery. “Responses to submissions are just one of a number of factors that get considered when making decisions about fish stock management,” Jennifer Hape explained. “The most recent stock assessment showed that although all North Island longfin eel stocks were (with 60 per cent probability) at or above the level they need to be to ensure their sustainability, the stocks were not showing clear signs of increasing abundance. To make sure the stocks become more abundant in the future, the decision was made to cut commercial catch limits.” Mike Holmes, who runs the eel transfer at Karapiro dam – allowing eels spawned at sea to return up the river – confirmed that juvenile eel recruitment is better than ever, continuing its gradual increase in numbers. “It’s solving a problem that doesn’t exist… I’d say it’s more of a political decision than a scientific one,” Mike said. “We already had a big imbalance of what we could take, but now it’s even worse.” In many cases, shortfin and longfin eels share the same habitat. When fishermen bring in their nets, (which have escape shoots for the smaller eels) they sort through the eels to comply with the right quota for
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Yellow is about to introduce a new Residential White Pages and opt-in approach for the Waikato region, meaning locals will need to order the free book if they wish to receive a copy. In a bid to make it faster and easier for consumers to find business information in the White Pages section of the Waikato Yellow book, residential listings will this year be published in a separate White Pages Residential book and have a 10 per cent increase in standard font size. Waikato consumers will continue to receive the Yellow business directory unless they opt out of receiving it. “With the majority of print-based search seeking out business information, we’ve decided to separate the residential listings into their own book, which consumers can order online or by calling Yellow,” said Yellow CEO Darren Linton. “People that wish to receive the White Pages Residential book can still get it – or they continue to look online – they simply now have choice in how they access the information.” Visit www.ypgbooks.co.nz to pre-order the White Pages, which will be delivered after November 23.
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Cambridge Community Board update By Mike Pettit, chairman (Abridged) The CCB has asked council to look at putting chain-link fencing on the corner of Duke and Victoria Sts outside of Hello World and Stirling Sports. The other three corners around this round-a-bout all have them in place. From the Public Forum the board has also asked council to look at extending the car parking along Taylor St and the possibility of offering parking Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm along the old carpark access road leading to CHS, past the dog training area. These requests are to cater for Cambridge High School students who are parking in streets near the school. Though students are mostly parking legally, it is causing major congestion and inconvenience to residents in these areas, particularly for their visitors who have nowhere to park. We thank council who have acted on the board’s recommendation to erect 85 meters of low fencing along the Hora Hora Domain waterfront. The fence has been set back 8 meters from
the lake edge allowing cars and campers to park while boaties and picnickers space to also enjoy the water’s edge. The board has decided to reintroduce the Reserve and Landscape Committee which was disbanded in 2016. With increased activities in these areas through new subdivisions, green belt activities and proposals, tree plantings and Waipuke Reserve development it is timely we ensure there is a strong link between the community and the CCB. There will be various events taking place between November 4 and 11 to commemorate the end of WW1. Included is a light and sound show, art exhibition, street park boards, Armistice events at Lake Karapiro and the Armistice Civic Ceremony. As a community it would be wonderful to see us remembering, through attending one or more of the events over the week. The Board gave out $22,500 in its annual grant round last month, benefitting many organisations within the
Mike Pettit district. New dwelling building consents are up by one on the same period last year with 122 issued last quarter averaging $439,669 per house. The CCB have asked that the entire 1260 meters of new roading that runs from the round-a-bout between Thornton Rd/Robinson St and the motorway overbridge be sealed smoothly, as the current state is substandard. Our CCB meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month starting with a Public Forum at 6pm, where members of the public can come and speak. To place an item on the formal agenda, please do so at least 10 days before the meeting, either by emailing email@example.com. nz or our CCB secretary, Noelene.Barr-Allwood@ waipadc.govt.nz or contact any board member by visiting the Waipā DC’s webpage.
Cambridge hairdressing apprentice Courtney Hale has just been named as one of the New Zealand Hair and Beauty Industry Training Organisation’s apprentices of the year, one of just four in the country. Courtney, a Year 3 hairdressing apprentice at Loulous in Cambridge, was named the top apprentice in the Northern Central Region, much to her surprise. “I was not expecting it at all,” she laughed, adding that it could be her ‘can do’ attitude that secured her the award. “Nothing is really a problem, and I’m keen to get involved with everything in the industry.” Hairdressing runs in the family – her grandmother was a hairdresser – and it was something she kept coming back to over the years, Courtney explained. As part of her prize, Courtney will receive $250 towards professional development and be flown to the Industry Awards ceremony in Auckland, where she will receive her trophy. At the ceremony, on November 11, one of the four regional winners will be named HITO Apprentice of the Year.
Local hairdresser Courtney Hale has been named the Northern Central apprentice of the year.
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Teaming up to fight waste By Poppy Wortman
It was seeing the amount of waste leaving their building sites that inspired Jono McCullough. “I thought, ‘We really need to rectify this,” the Rob May Builders director said. “I started to do a bit of research into what we could do and how we could work better with existing organisations.” Teaming up with Leanne from Cambridge Bins, the two spent three hours looking at systems already in place and where there were gaps. “That’s where the challenges came in, to plug the holes that weren’t covered,” Jono said. “I approached Carters to look at what they do to manage things as a corporate and that’s when I had the idea of an up cycle. “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to do something with this instead of putting it in a bin or in storage to use later down the line?’. I talked to other businesses related to our trade and told them what I was thinking, and the buy-in from all was amazing.” Scheduled for Sunday, October 28, The Great DIY Garage Sale Event is organised by Rob May Builders in partnership with the Waipa District Council and Cambridge East Primary School. The purpose of the event is to avoid DIY products going into landfill, selling the building, renovation and landscaping materials at a discounted price with
all proceeds going to Cambridge East Primary School. Waste Minimisation Officer Sally Fraser said it “really excites” the council to see the leadership and ingenuity from the construction industry. “We are happy to support The Great DIY Garage Sale as it is allowing high quality building products to be used at home, keeping the resources in the community and out of landfill,” she said. “All the suppliers are dedicating their time to collect all their end of line and spare stock to bring it along. “This time and effort is really admirable and we are looking
forward to getting all those products into the hands of keen DIYers in Cambridge.” Jono said it’s all about awareness. “What we are hoping to achieve is an awareness to make a change, even if it is only small to start with,” he said. “And bringing in Cambridge East Primary School with their outstanding PTA who have picked up the concept and run with it has been great; educating the kids, raising funds for the school and being a great win-win for all.” The Great DIY Garage Sale Event will be held at Shaw’s Wire Ropes at 75 Victoria Road from 9am on Sunday, October 28.
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A local man was found guilty of a raft of offences, including injuring with reckless disregard, after flipping a police officer onto concrete in an altercation outside the Masonic Hotel on Duke St in April. Tyrone Wollett, 33, was found guilty of obstructing and hindering police, disorderly behaviour, resisting police and injuring with reckless disregard, in a verdict delivered last Thursday at the Hamilton District Court. During the early hours of April 8, the court heard that Wollett emerged from “The Mudd” and began abusing police, at which point officer in charge sergeant Andrew Osborn told him he was under arrest. Wollett then flipped sergeant Osborn onto the concrete, resulting in a concussion that has kept the sergeant off work for six months. Sgt Osborn also sustained injuries to his right hand and arm, and his neck. Wollett was then handcuffed and taken back to the Cambridge Police Station, riding in the front seat of the patrol car, reportedly due to the crowd numbers and level of intoxication at the time. Judge Robert Spear said that Wollett had made allegations that Sergeant Osborn assaulted him on the way back to the station, but that these were not a matter for the trial. Sergeant Osborn will return to work towards the end of the month.
Petrol boycott gathering speed
Waipa Council’s Katie Wine, Asha Ryan, Issac van der Valk, Taylor McCullough, Sam Cunningham, Molly Harvey, Isla Newlands, Nate Newlands, and Rob May Brand Ambassador NZ Rower Lucy Spoors .
A call to boycott buying petrol on October 26 and 27 seems to be gathering momentum, with one of the day-long event’s organisers, Julia Roche, explaining that the event was designed to get New Zealanders to stand together as a collective voice, protesting against the ballooning cost of petrol. “We also need to acknowledge that we have become so reliant on fuel in our daily lives that it has got to this point,” she said. With petrol prices reaching a record high, there are petitions circulating and spot boycotts of specific petrol stations happening around the country as motorists feel the squeeze at the pump. Governmentimposed fuel taxes have pushed the price up by 6.8 cents in the past year, with the rest of the 39 cent rise covering the cost of crude oil and the margin going to importers. The Government is fast-tracking the Commerce Amendment Bill, which would give the Commerce Commission more power to examine fuel companies’ pricing structures, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern describing Kiwi motorists as being “fleeced” at the pump.
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Highest bridge on Hamilton section open
The highest bridge on the Hamilton section of the Waikato Expressway opened to traffic on Friday last week. The 18.8m high Kay Rd Bridge provides a key connection to Hamilton’s north-east suburbs. Other bridges are typically only 8m high to provide the required 6.1m clearance for vehicles on the expressway. An NZ Transport Agency Portfolio Manager, Darryl Coalter, said the amount of dirt moved to build the bridge made it the largest single excavation on the project. “144,000 cubic metres of soil needed to be excavated to cut the expressway route through the Kay Road ridge. That’s enough soil to fill
four rugby fields piled 5m high.” And above ground, the bridge consists of 3320 tonnes of concrete and reinforcing steel. The Hamilton section of the expressway will open to traffic in 2020. This summer, a final 1.7 million cubic metres of sand and soil will be moved, and a third of the road pavement will be constructed. When the Hamilton section of the expressway opens in 2020, it will improve safety, boost economic growth and cut journey times, enabling Cambridge locals to bypass the ‘Tron when heading to Auckland. The Huntly and Longswamp sections of the expressway are also under construction.
An aerial shot shows the completed Kay Rd Bridge.
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Cardholders urged to use cards more By Viv Posselt
Hundreds of locals were told last week that they should present their SuperGold Card at every opportunity – both to take advantage of the discounts offered at participating outlets, and to encourage more businesses to join the programme. The advice came from Wellingtonbased Tim Bryers, key account manager for the SuperGold Card with the Ministry of Social Development (MSD), the government department tasked with administering the card. He was addressing attendees at the October 3 SuperGold Card seminar in the Cambridge Town Hall, organised by local volunteer, Florence Shearman. Tim said the SuperGold Card discounts and concessions programme for those aged over 65 had been going for 11 years and was now an established part of New Zealand society. “There was some uncertainly as to its longevity when it started, but now people look forward to receiving their card. We hear stories of people who hold parties to welcome its arrival, and some who make SuperGold Card cakes.” He said around 60,000 new cardholders join each year. “There are now 735,000 card-holders across the country, and that number is growing all the time. With the
current demographic trends, it will hit the million mark in around 2028.” Also growing is the number of participating businesses and organisations. Most are increasingly aware, he said, of the significant economic value offered to the business sector by those aged 65 and over and want to be recognised for their support of the discounts programme. “Consumer spending by people aged 65 and over amounted to $21 billion in 2016. That is expected to rise to $94 billion by 2061,” he said. “Businesses need to be aware that the over-65s is a sector they should be talking to. The more cardholders who carry their card with them and are proactive about asking businesses if they take the SuperGold Card, the more businesses will be persuaded to come on board.” The programme has grown to include 9200 businesses and around 14,000 outlets nationwide. There are almost 100 businesses and outlets listed in Cambridge. Many display their SuperGold Card sticker prominently, and Tim urged those businesses without stickers to contact their local Work and Income office to access more. Research done recently by MSD around cardholders’ expectation and motivation revealed the discount areas
most valued by seniors. “Two themes came out strongly,” he said. “One was health-related, which included optical, dental and hearing, while the other was around basic living costs, things like utility bills and food. We are continually making inroads into bringing more businesses on board in those areas. “After that, they valued discounts in retail, on petrol and travel, and on entertainment. That research showed people valued the programme in terms of “need to have versus nice to have”.
Tim suggested seniors sign up for the SuperSeniors newsletter, which is emailed to cardholders and includes news on matters of interest to seniors, and lists specials. “If you’re not getting a newsletter, and you would like to, simply phone the 0800 number on the back of your card and ask them for one.” He also said that with technology now more integrated into daily life, MSD was investigating some improvements in this area to increase awareness around the benefits of the SuperGold Card programme.
Free talk to help students into work By Sophie Iremonger
Local teens, and parents too, will get an insight into how young people can put their best foot forward into the workplace at a free community event being held at Cambridge High School next week. Human-resources consultant Rebecca Jenkins will share a wealth of knowledge in her talk, “How to land your first job”, being held at 7pm on Wednesday, October 17, in the school hall. Rebecca also visited the school with a similar presentation last year but is back this month with an updated talk on how young people can better present their CVs and themselves, as well as what to expect in a proper working environment, including employment rights and responsibilities for both themselves and their employer. With over ten years’ experience in operations management and human resources, Rebecca became interested in helping young people in recent
years after becoming a step mum to two teenagers. “I saw that they struggled a bit with getting a job, and that started me reading up about it more on the teenage level,” she said, soon developing a plan for teenagers to prepare themselves for the workforce. The 60-minute talk will include a Q&A at the end, and Rebecca reassured those attending, “I don’t leave until all the questions have been answered.”
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Collector’s window on days gone by By Viv Posselt
John Andersen’s kaleidoscope of tools, thousands of bottles and other items gathered over the past 60 years reflects much more than just six decades of enthusiastic collecting. They are a shapshot of memories held dear by all of us … minutiae that includes things like the tiny wooden dome on which grandmothers darned socks, gramophone needles, bicycle valves, metal toy vehicles, waxed matches, a sandsoap mould … even boxes of chocolate-covered Brooklax. Behind this labour of love is a delightful man in his late 80s, someone who has collected things throughout his life just because he “was always interested in old things”. “It came into my head one day that these things ought to be collected for future generations – so I started doing it.” That was over 60 years ago, shortly after he married his former schoolpal and Hamilton songstress, his late wife Elaine. They both sang, as it happens, and John’s place as
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Bottles of all shapes and sizes fill an entire wall. one of six boys born to a keen horseracing family meant the Waikato was a good place to remain. His great-uncle Charley Jenkins was one of the country’s top jockeys of his day, while John and three of his brothers were boxers in Hamilton. John also played league for the city’s Franklin Rovers; so, what with his work, his sport and helping Elaine raise their four kids, it’s remarkable that John had the time to do any collecting at all. But he did, and the results now fill one room of his house and spill over into others. John says he was particularly lucky in that Elaine – who passed on a while ago - always supported his collecting. Each step tells a new story, and there are five extra banana boxes full of stuff he has no space to display. On the wall there is a certificate labelling the home they built as “House of the Year”, there are 32 fascinating shaving mugs in the cabinet, historic photographs retrieved from skips or found at fairs or markets, and stacks of WW1 and 2 memorabilia. Everything is collectible, and much of it is valuable. John has ribbons and a thick wodge of certificates from New Zealand antique fairs, most of them signifying awards his collection has gathered over the years. “I still go to as many fairs and markets as I can,” he said, explaining how everything to be exhibited is carefully packed and transported for its day of public viewing. “And I still look out for anything that I can add to my collection. There is so much material out there.” A recent fall resulting from answering an early morning door knock too quickly - a prank from a bunch of inconsiderate kids – left him in hospital with a blood clot on the brain and put an end to his driving days. That was a body blow for him. “But I have family around who take me to the fairs and markets and take me out and about when I need to go anywhere. I’m very lucky like that.” John hopes his collection will remain within the
family over the coming years. He’s had expressions of interest from overseas collectors and others and knows it would have real value to museums. “But my family are interested, and that’s where I would like it to stay.”
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Hamilton Airport is continuing to expand its capacity with the announcement this week of a further six flights each week from Hamilton to Christchurch and Wellington. Air New Zealand will increase its direct HamiltonChristchurch capacity by 11 per cent from the end of this month, offering an extra four direct flights between the two cities each week. The new flights will depart Christchurch for Hamilton on a Tuesday and Saturday with return flights offered from Hamilton direct to Christchurch on a Tuesday and Sunday. Two additional direct flights will also be offered to and from Wellington from the end of October; one from Hamilton to Wellington on a Monday (departing at 1.55pm) with a new Wellington-Hamilton flight departing on Mondays at 9.45am. The new flights will see a further 408 seats each week offered from Hamilton Airport, meaning a total of around 7,000 passengers are likely to pass through the gates each week. At its annual general meeting last week Waikato Regional Airport Ltd (WRAL) announced a strong financial performance, declaring its second consecutive dividend to its five council shareholders – including Waipā – on the back of strong indications of continued growth. It also reported an 11 per cent growth in passenger numbers across the 2017/18 financial year.
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Canterbury’s Dwayne Bloomfield conducting part of Saturday’s Cambridge Brass Band practice. Photo by Richard Lummus. By Viv Posselt
Sunday’s Trash ‘n Treasure will offer a last chance to hear the Cambridge Brass Band before they set off for centennial commemorations in Le Quesnoy. Esteemed Canterbury musician Dwayne Bloomfield was here last weekend for the Cambridge Brass Band’s final full practice before leaving for France. The Cambridge Auxilliary Band, which includes 17 players under age 18 together with some senior players and about 20 supporters, leave soon on the group’s first official overseas trip in its 130year history. The trip celebrates the Cambridge/Le Quesnoy sister-city relationship, and the band will take part in events commemorating the centenary of Le Quesnoy’s liberation by Kiwi troops just before the end of World War One. At the heart of the main November 4 commemorations will be the band’s performance of a piece of music composed by Dwayne for the occasion, entitled ‘The Liberation of Le Quesnoy’. The internationally-acclaimed composer has long combined his musicianship with an interest in military history; and among his other works are a piece to commemorate Passchendaele, one for Gallipoli, and a composition called ‘7.1’ in remembrance of the Christchurch earthquakes. Dwayne spent 26 years with the NZ Army Band and is now musical director with Canterbury Brass. After Saturday’s practice at the Cambridge High School hall - with band members aged 8 to 83 - he said everything was coming together well.
Dwayne’s visit to Le Quesnoy helped provide background to the composition, while an interview with Colin Averill – son of the 21-year-old hero of Le Quesnoy’s liberation, 2nd Lieutenant Leslie Averill, who led his battalion up a ladder and over the wall into the town – provided more information. “I was able to read some of Colin’s father’s diaries - it gave me great insight into what had happened there,” said Dwayne. The band’s final local performance before leaving for France is at Sunday’s (October 14) Trash ‘n Treasure market. It will play alongside the Cambridge High School Concert Band in a joint fundraiser for the Cambridge Salvation Army Foodbank. Even as they continue fundraising to meet the $75,000 cost of going to France, the band is keen to give something back to Cambridge. Band spokesman and acting musical director Rob Hocking said fundraising to meet the trip’s costs was ongoing. “Anything people can add to that would be welcome. Ideally, we’d like a sponsor to come forward and support the band in the longer term. Plus, we would really like to help Dwayne get over there to conduct his special composition. Support has also come through The Warehouse neighbourhood programme, with money raised going to support junior players and purchase new instruments and music. Those keen to find out more should contact Kim Cross (firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 107 8263) or go to the band’s Givealittle page at: https://givealittle. co.nz/cause/cambridge-brass-band-at-lequesnoy.
Model train lovers are in for a treat over Labour Weekend. The Greater Waikato Railway Modellers, in association with Castle Pamela and Tirau Primary School, is staging a model railway exhibition in the Castle’s great hall from Saturday to Monday, October 20-22. The exhibition will open at 10am and close at 3pm on both days. The GWR Modellers decided on a multi-faceted approach to this year’s exhibition. It approached Pamela and Kelvin Baker of Castle Pamela and Tirau Primary School principal, Siobhan Patterson, to see if it could partner with the school to raise funds for both Tirau Primary and the modelling group. As part of the build-up to the event, and to generate interest, the modellers took some shunting puzzles along to the school to let the pupils have a go. GWR Modellers’ spokesman Phil Murray said the morning proved to be so successful that the modellers hope to do it again, and perhaps extend its involvement next time to include a model-building session. Meanwhile, the Labour Weekend exhibition will feature about 12 different layouts, including Thomas the Tank Engine, a Christmas layout which may have a Santa train, and some interactive fun in the form of Drive-a-Train, and shunting puzzles. The Castle’s café will be open during the exhibition, and for an additional charge at the café, visitors will be able to visit the Castle’s museum and other exhibits.
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Cambridge mountain runner Matt Scott has finished his stint at the World Mountain Running Championships with the satisfaction of having actually completed a gruelling 12km uphill course over rugged, high altitude terrain. The 2015 St Peter’s graduate started what would be a one hour and 17 minute race at an altitude of 1500m, ascending a further 1000m in height to the finish line. “The whole experience was crazy,” he said. “The steepness makes you work hard the whole time, coupled with the altitude I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. It was great crossing the finish line and being able to collapse on the ground for a while!” Although Matt experienced some high-altitude breathing problems during the first half of the race – held September 16 in the Andorran mountains – he “came right” over the second half and managed to finish 96th in the world. “I don’t really mind about being at the back of the pack, it was expected being
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Cambridge-trained superstar retires Cambridge trained race horse Bonneval, a two-time New Zealand Horse of the Year and multiple Group One winner, has been purchased by Matamata-based Waikato Stud. “Without a word of a lie, the idea was thrown out there about 1pm on Friday and three or four hours later the deal was all but done,” Waikato Stud principal Mark Chittick saids earlier this week. Following two below-par efforts this spring, the decision was taken to retire the five-year-old, and the Matamata nursery acted quickly on the announcement to secure the daughter of Makfi. “She is on her way to Yarraman Park to be covered by I Am Invincible,” Chittick said. “She’s a beautifully-bred mare and while one mare won’t turn it around, it is a bit of a reversal of our top mares going overseas. It’s a little bit of a turning of the tide and we’re in this for the long haul. “Murray and Andrew did an incredible job and now it’s up to us.” Bonneval was a $150,000 Karaka yearling purchase in 2015 for Terry Jarvis, Alastair Lawrence and John Rattray. She was placed with Cambridge trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman and became a debut winner in the autumn of the following year. Six starts later she triumphed in the Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) and crossed the Tasman to add the Gr.1 Australian Oaks (2400m) to her record, followed by victory at the Gr.1 Underwood Stakes (1800m) 12 months ago. But subsequently she suffered a suspensory ligament injury. Bonneval will now officially be in the ownership of Chittick’s father Garry. “Hopefully, the purchase will be of benefit to the New Zealand breeding industry and to us. It was great to get the deal done.”
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The titles are through and building is set to get underway in Rutherford Park. The new upmarket residential enclave on Williamson Street contains 20 sites and is designed to offer a quality lifestyle within a secure gated environment. Marketing and Sales Manager, Deborah Bunyard, says design guidelines have been developed to enable the house designs to complement each other as well as meld with the subdivision's landscaping. “There is co-ordinated diversity. Much effort has gone into creating a cohesive environment where homes will blend well together yet still retain individuality.” All sites feature great building platforms that maximise the sun, elevation and outlook. Some have river views. With sections ranging between 400sqm – 582sqm, they are easily managed lots where maintenance won't be a big issue, over half the lots have already sold.
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Rutherford Park Cambridge’s latest subdivision will be officially completed at the start of November. “We’re planning a public event to celebrate the completion where experts will be on site to answer queries and discuss building options” says Rutherford Marketing and Sales Manager, Deborah Bunyard (pictured above). Rutherford Park has already been keenly sought after. “We've had a lot of inquiries from locals wanting to secure a site and even though over half the lots have been sold there are still prime sites available,” says Deborah. The appeal is in the smaller section sizes, the ability to design homes to suit individual requirements, the secure setting and the proximity to town. All the sections provide the buyers the opportunity to design and build a home, working with an overall theme to suit their individual requirements. The plans that have been finalised for the sections that have already sold include a mix of single and two-storey dwellings. “It's really exciting to start seeing some of the plans come together and how each home has
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Waikato team named for Northland clash Waikato travel to Whangarei this week for a game at the Northland Event Centre this Saturday afternoon in week eight of the Mitre 10 Cup. The team set to face Northland includes Hautapu players Ayden Johnstone, Laghlan McWhannell, Jono Armstrong, Mike Mayhew and Mitch Jacobson. Waikato head coach Jono Gibbes has made several changes to his match day 23. In the locks, Tim Bond keeps the number 4 jersey and James Tucker moves out one position to blindside flanker to allow local player Laghlan McWhannell to join Bond in the second row. Tucker moving to blindside is one of the changes to this week’s new loose forward trio, with Cambridge’s Jono Armstrong named at openside flanker and Jordan Manihera returning from injury to start at number 8. With the inclusion of Armstrong and Manihera in the starting side, Adam Burn and Mitch Jacobson will make an impact from the reserve bench. Mike Mayhew returns from injury this Saturday and has been included in the match day 23 for the first time since his last match against Auckland back in week three. Kick-off for the Waikato game is at 2.35pm this Saturday, October 13.
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water, the other stoutly timber framed, reminding us of the activities which had denuded the bush now regenerating. Several enormous pine trees marked corners on this oncebusy miners’ thoroughfare. Now only grey warblers, cheeky tui and a lone fantail sang as we enjoyed our lunch. Back at the creek we happily tossed stones into the deeper pools to improve the crossing while a missing Leki stick was thankfully retrieved. Groups reunited, next stop was Te Aroha where bodies were immersed in the warm soda spring water to relax and discuss the day’s satisfying activities before returning home. Next tramp is Sunday, October 14, to Terry’s farm, Waitanguru, Pio Pio – please bring a torch. Please contact Peter, 8275427 for more information.
By Anne Galbraith, Cambridge Tramping Club Recently Cambridge trampers drove to Waiorongomai beside Mt Te Aroha. There Carol assembled her assistants, each carrying either spades, clippers, saws or secateurs. In bags were an assortment of small native plants. We were ready to do some maintenance on the Pylon track, a regular event. Across the creek we planted our shrubs before heading upwards. Two groups moved away quickly leaving the sedate behind to snip, saw and trim overhanging vegetation as they made their way along. Hammering was heard as track markers were replaced. Large intruding clumps were left for the spade people to remove. Mine tunnels a century old were seen, one a source for
Laghlan McWhannell will play in the second row of the locks at this Saturday’s clash against Northland, pictured here after Waikato won the Ranfurly Shield over Taranaki last month. Photo – Lauran Robinson Images.
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Student cyclists dominate divisions at nationals
Cambridge High School’s Maddi Douglas (centre) won the Under 17 girls’ title. Photo – Stu Smith. By Sophie Iremonger
Four Cambridge cyclists competing at the Cycling New Zealand Schools National Road Championships in Canterbury have come out on top in their respective age grades. Cambridge High School’s Maddi Douglas claimed an emphatic victory in the Under 17 girls’ race ahead of Hamilton cyclist Megan Spring of Waikato Diocesan. Meanwhile fellow CHS student Maui Morrison claimed the Under 14 title, and St Peter’s School
Cambridge High School’s Maui Morrison (centre) claimed the Under 14 title. St Peter’s student Hamish Banks (right) finished third. Photo – Stu Smith.
student Frankie Wright took the Under 13 title with fellow St Peter’s student Kane Foster in second and Cambridge Middle School’s Jack Whittall in third. St Peter’s School students Hamish Banks finished third in the Under 14 race and Jack Carswell finished third in the Under 16 race. All four Under 13 and Under 14 races saw crashes occur around 7km into the 17.3km course. The wind also played its part in producing some surprising results, with some age groups catching the race ahead, and most races ending in
St Peter’s School student Frankie Wright (centre) finished first in the Under 13 final with St Peter’s student Kane Foster in second (left) and CMS’s Jack Whittall in third (right). Photo – Stu Smith.
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Locals excel at Halbergs Local Cambridge athletes Ryan Branje, Thomas Szabo and Andrew Fairweather were part of the 15-strong Waikato team that attended the 2018 Halberg Junior Disability Games in Auckland on the weekend. Ryan competed in a number of events and excelled in the wheelchair basketball, wining all four of his games and scoring four fantastic baskets. Thomas gave it 100 per cent all weekend and excelled at swimming. He
said to his mum after the games: “Mum I feel really lucky to have something different,” which shows the positive impact the Halberg Games had on him. Andrew was interviewed by Chris from What Now and this was aired on Sunday morning. He was also interviewed by Matthew Cooper after he had a fall in the 50m sprint and courageously got straight back up and kept running to finish the race.
Junior golfers face off By Sophie Iremonger
Cambridge hosted teams from around the country last week when the local golf club became the centre of the National Junior Boys Inter-Provincial golf tournament over October 1 – 5. Waikato Golf Chief Executive and tournament director Terry Booth said the event was fantastic this year with Thursday’s minor threat of rain proving to be just that, with fine weather prevailing throughout. “I was very pleased with the way our young ones came through the event at that level, it can only get better next year,” he said. With local golf champions Jordan Woodall and Charlie Smail now out of the team – having helped win the 2016 event for the Waikato team –St Peter’s student Oak Archvarin along with Jack Trower and Luke Kidd carried the responsibility of winning the event once again, with the addition of Logan Madden and under 16 players Todd Higgs and Ethan Price (Cambridge) on the team. “He did very well in his first year in this grade of golf,” Terry said of Ethan’s efforts. “We were
delighted to have him in the team and he played very well.” Two divisions were played during the tournament, with the winning team from each division facing each other for the top overall spot. The Waikato team made it into the final of division two but lost against Otago – the 2015 champions. After causing the upset of the tournament, defeating defending titleholders and hot favourites Canterbury in round three, Wellington cruised to a 5 – 1 victory in the final against Otago – the first time the region
has won the tournament in its 19 years. Their number two golfer Nicolas Changarnier also won the Player of the Tournament. Canterbury made up for their earlier defeat in beating Auckland for third place, while the developing Waikato team managed 9th place overall after defeating Taranaki. In addition to his team and the Cambridge Golf Club, Terry Booth gave “heaps of praise” to the Cambridge Caterers, GreenStaff, management and volunteers for another very successful Inter-Provincial Championships.
The Halberg games saw 150 disabled athletes from 12 regions competing in a wide range of sports. The Halberg Games is an annual three-day sporting competition open to 8-21-year olds with a physical or visual impairment. Hosted by the Halberg Foundation, the games is a unique event in New Zealand and give athletes an opportunity to enjoy the thrill of competition, healthy comradery and make new friends. Participants experience an authentic games village environment with a range of sports on offer and events including opening and closing ceremonies. The opening ceremony was well supported with both Prime Minister Jacinda Adern and Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy in attendance. For some athletes, the games are stepping stone towards future sporting goals and even representing New Zealand in their chosen sport.
The 2018 Halberg Junior Disability Games were held last weekend in Auckland, with a 15-strong Waikato team of athletes taking part. The team was proudly managed by Parafed Waikato, which has just celebrated their 50th birthday.
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St Peter’s crowned national champs St Peter’s School has won the ‘AA’ Schick National Secondary School Basketball Championships for the third time in four years. The Premier Girls’ basketball team won the CA Clark Trophy, beating Hutt Valley 92 – 51 in the final. They won all eight of their games in the tournament, winning by an average margin of 47 points. Player Kirsten Rawson spoke highly of the team’s
coach Leanne Walker on Māori Television. “Our coach pushes us to our hardest every single training. We do lots and lots of shuttles, and I think that pushed us through, our fitness really backed us,” she said. “That, and the love of the game.” To qualify for the national tournament, the girls beat Hamilton Girls’ High School by 30 points in the
St Peter’s Premier Girls’ basketball team has won the National Secondary School Basketball Champs for the third time in four years.
regional finals. Coach Leanne Walker said they stuck to their game plans and were disciplined. “The team stuck religiously to their game plan. Their defense at nationals was solid and it’s what stood us apart,” she said. Young Tall Fern Charlisse Leger-Walker scored 35 points, got 24 rebounds, six assists, and three steals. She was named Most Valuable Player for the 4th year in a row and made the tournament team. Waiata Jennings scored 19 points, Ella Bradley scored 21, and Jayze Waihi scored 11. Ella Bradley and Alana Paewai were also named in the tournament team. “Their tenacity, determination, and grit proved to be too good for any opposition teams. Offensively, our team was able to create many opportunities from turnovers, and when necessary showed poise to run through plays and make good decisions,” said Walker. “It was a solid team effort and the best thing is, the majority of this team will be back for another tilt at the national title again in 2019.” She said winning nationals was definitely the highlight of the season, but a close second was a trip to Gold Coast, Australia, where they were hosted by former professional NZ basketballer, Pero Cameron. The girls played a few games against the team Pero coaches, Hillcrest Christian College, and they attended skills sessions with the Gold Coast U16s and U18s. Player Emma Baker said it was a fantastic way to prepare for the New Zealand tournaments. “It was a good way to get to know everyone so much better and create a good, positive team atmosphere before going to regionals and nationals,” she said. The team’s players were: Charlisse Leger-Walker, Ella Bradley, Waiata Jennings, Emma Baker, Kirsten Rawson, Jayze Waihi, Ahi Williams, Owahini Kingi, Megan Bradley, Grace McGirr, Toha Kemp and Alana Paewai.
Mixed Triples champions found By Ray Rainsford, Cambridge Central Bowling Club Cambridge Central Bowling Club saw mixed triples played over the weekend in splendid conditions, producing bowls of a very high standard with all the top players engaged. The semis had Jenny Hobson up against Richard Thomas and Laurie Roycroft in battle with John Filmer. Four very strong teams as you would expect from the premier bowling club in Cambridge. In the first semi-final the Filmer went out to a nine-nil lead, but not to be outdone, Laurie Roycroft and his team came back to be nine-all on the 10th end. However, the lead was to differ over the next eight ends with both teams playing great bowls. But John Filmer and his team had the last say and went on to win
this tight encounter by 20 points to 16. Jenny Hobson kept the tournament open for the lady bowlers with a courageous team effort against Richard Thomas and his team, narrowly losing 12 to 13. Bring on the final, Richard Thomas verses John Filmer, two good teams and both with support on the sideline. Richard’s team went out to an early lead of five after the first two ends. But team Filmer came back strongly to down by just a few points behind by the 10th end. Consistency by the lead Merv and Margaret Marriot playing three, allowed Richard and his team to win a hardfought encounter by 19 points to 17. The champion team was Richard Thomas as skip, Margaret Marriot at director and Merv Cronin at lead.
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Up-and-comers attend football camp
Attendees at the RHFA national camp. By Josh Easby
More than 100 young footballers have completed a four-day player development camp in Cambridge. The boys and girls, from all around the North Island, spent the course with the Ricki Herbert Football Academy at St Peter’s, Cambridge.
It was the fourth annual national camp held by the academy and players from it will be selected for international tours next year while one player will be selected to travel to the United Kingdom for three weeks with top London club Fulham. Academy founder Ricki Herbert said the course helped youngsters
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understand what was required of players serious about their football ambitions. As well as on-field sessions, the course made good use of St Peter’s lecture facilities, swimming pool for cool-downs and introductory work on strength and conditioning to give youngsters an insight into the levels of physical work ahead as they move into adulthood. Herbert said he was impressed by the enthusiasm of the participating players. “These camps are not just about football development – they are a chance for players to develop socially and build their confidence away from home and their usual environment,” Ricki said. “The full experience helps them develop as young adults.” Players from the past two RHFA national camps have been sent to London to train with Fulham’s academy. Cambridge will also host a match
between two of the country’s best youth teams on Saturday when Hamilton Wanderers play Team Wellington at John Kerkhof Park. The match, which kicks off at 1pm, is part of the National Youth League. At the same time, a Cambridge select team will play a guest team from Kerikeri in an end-of-season friendly. Meanwhile, Cambridge Football Club are about to begin their summer programme with the start of the Onyx Summer League, a 5-a-side competition that runs weekly from early November to February. About 300 players – men, women and young adults – will participate in the league which caters for social players to those who take their football more seriously. Entries are open till late October and details are at the club website (www. cambridgefootball.co.nz).
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In this book, singer and columnist Lizzy Marvelly tells the story of New Zealand’s feminist roots, examines our gender imbalances, challenges the traditional expectations in New Zealand society and celebrates the indomitable spirit of Kiwi women. She shares first hand experiences of abuse, sexism and trolling, and looks at how women are conditioned from birth – including through the education system. “Taking a stand has never been easy. It’s even harder if you’re a woman. Feminism is still a scary word for a lot of people. Whether you’re warm, cold, young, old, attractive or unattractive, if you’re a woman who is
Anika Moa Unleashed TVNZ On Demand – new episodes landing midday on Wednesdays. I absolutely adore Anika Moa, and this show is an while she was on the DPB. Paula excellent vehicle for her comedic skills. Into its talked about being second season, this show makes me once again a pregnant teen, and how when she had a seven wonder why we are stuck with Jeremy Wells on month scan back in 1987, they wouldn’t let her Seven Sharp when clearly Anika was better at the job. Interviewing different guests each week, see the baby because the medical professionals didn’t want her getting too attached. Far out. Anika has grilled the likes of The Topp Twins, Helen Clark, Sam Neil and Paula Bennett, amomg Anika has the charm and likeability to get away with asking these questions and often saying other notable New Zealanders. With her own signature style of being unapologetically herself, things in a wildly “un-PC” kind of way (see her Anika doesn’t shy away from the hard questions. musical Ebony and Ivory skit with Stan Walker where they are arguing about who gets to She is your quintessential Kiwi, and her laugh-aminute show will win you over the way she wins be Ebony), which is what makes this series a her guests over. Anika asks the hard questions total winner in my book. All of the first series is in a way only she can, and the resulting answers available on TVNZ on Demand, and the second are interesting and illuminating without being series is underway at the moment with new cringe-worthy or offending the subject. For episodes uploaded on Wednesdays at midday. example, asking Paula Bennett if anyone had Highly recommended. Rated 16L. I don’t know ever called her a “dole bludger or a scabby Māori” what the L means but it’s definitely R16.
Happy Days: One for the ages By Sophie Iremonger Over the past few months I’ve watched almost 11 seasons of this classic show - it’s hilarious, and I love watching it. It’s Happy Days. The Fonz, Richie Cunningham and his friends and family made up the show which was number one on television in America throughout the mid to late 1970s, depicting 1950s - 1960s life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At first glance, it seems to be a somewhat old fashioned or conservative show, but as you continue to watch you’ll hear some hilarious lines where you think, ‘did they really just say that!?’. Fonzie is probably the funniest and most entertaining figure, though Richie and his mum Marion often give him a run for his money. The Fonz, real name Arthur Fonzarelli, had an almost
magical charm about him, with an ability to woo almost any woman and magically turn things on or off with the bang of a fist or the click of his fingers. Apparently, he was so influential during the Happy Days hey-day, that when he got a library card in a 1977 episode, noting how “cool” and important it was to read, the American Library Association reported a nationwide 500 per cent increase in library card applications for 9 to 14-year-olds. Though some characters came and went, lives changed, and stories developed, the funny and light-hearted ambience that is Happy Days stays with the show throughout, and it’s something I’m sure people would still enjoy today.
is nothing remarkable about being a woman with a stronglyheld opinion.” This book is dedicated to every woman who has ever been called ‘stroppy’, or ‘bossy’ – and will no doubt be an interesting read for those people and the people who might know those people. Email ‘Lizzy’ in the subject line to sophie@cambridgenews. nz to go into the draw to win this book – make sure you include a contact phone number in your email.
WHAT’S IN THE BIG RED PHONE BOX The Girl on the Train by PAULA HAWKINS
Reviewed by Claire Robson There’s always some good reading at the Cambridge Book Exchange in the red phone box on Empire St. This week’s offering was The Girl on the Train, by former journalist Paula Hawkins. To my regret I had seen the movie of this before reading the book, and I can definitely say it would be more exciting for you to read if you haven’t done that. Still, it’s a clever book, alternating between narration between the main character, jilted alcoholic Rachel, murder victim Megan and Rachel’s husband’s new wife, Anna. I really enjoyed the way it was written, as it was easy to relate to each of the women as their own story around Megan’s murder unfolded. The moral of this story, as with many others, is that nothing is ever as it seems. Even the happiest couple can have secrets lurking under the surface, and appearances mean nothing at the end of the day. The describing of Rachel’s alcoholism was heart breaking and raw, as was the story of Megan feeling utterly trapped in her life. The three women this book revolves around are each compelling in their own way, and it was interesting to delve into the perspective of each. This book is a great read, especially if you haven’t seen the movie. If you would like to write a book review for the Cambridge Book Exchange on Empire St, please get in touch with Claire – claire@ cambridgenews.nz – to discuss.
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Micah triumphant again
By Sophie Iremonger
Sailing hasn’t stopped for Cambridge’s Micah Wilkinson after winning the Cardiff leg of the 2018 Flying Phantom Series, continuing on the hydrofoil catamarans known as the Flying Phantoms to compete in the Qingdao Mazarin Cup in China. Teaming up with Tamahere’s Isaac McHardie, the Kiwi pair finished first on 110 points, well-ahead of three French crews placed behind them at 92, 91 and 81 points, followed by a Hong Kong crew on 67. The New Zealand duo exhibited exemplary sailing straight off the mark, keeping the rest of the twelve-strong international fleet at bay with flawless boat handling. The penultimate day
saw them score wins in every single race, moving into the finale with an impressive 18-point lead on the chasing French team, Culture Foil. “We’re absolutely stoked to have won the event,” Micah said at the conclusion of the regatta, held from September 30 – October 3. “It’s been such a wellrun event with some awesome racing. Yesterday was one of the best days I’ve ever had on the water…it was amazing.” Wednesday’s racing saw a big change from the 24-knot winds that opened the event. Race management opted for exhibition races only after winds dropped to 0 – 2 knots on the final day, still garnering cheers from the Chinese crowds surrounding Fushan Bay. “Unfortunately, the wind became really shifty… It was not possible to set fair
Micah Wilkinson (right) and Isaac McHardie (both in black, centre) celebrate after winning the Qingdao Mazarin Cup in China. Photo – Extreme Sailing Series.
races,” explained Race Director Anne Mallédant. “The key point is to make the game fair. My decision was to go for nonpoint scoring races to put on a show for the many spectators on shore.” Micah will now switch to individual sailing for the time being, competing in the 2018 International A Class Catamaran World Championship in Australia next month. “December is when we really start getting into the New Zealand training side of things,” Micah explained, looking forward to re-joining his usual training
partner Olivia Mackay – who took time off after the Flying Phantom Series to have hip surgery. “Liv will be back, she’s hoping to be back in the Nacra 17 (sailing boat) in December, and then we can start our New Zealand training programme that runs through to March. “The World Champs are in New Zealand next year which is quite exciting.” “A big thanks to my family as always for their continued support, my parents and grandparents, Red Bull and HighPerformance Sport New Zealand.”
Gosford double for Marsh Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh made a flying visit to Gosford, just outside of Sydney, on Thursday to saddle a pair of maiden gallopers and walked away with the lion’s share of prizemoney. Four-year-old mare Campari was successful over 1100m, with the stakes-placed daughter of O’Reilly coming from back in the field to round up her rivals and win going away. “She had a few issues and had been off the scene for a long time and came over off the back of one quiet trial,” Marsh said. “Class takes them a fair way and I thought she
was labouring a little bit coming into the straight, but she picked up nicely in the end and was strong late. “I think she will benefit a lot from the run. If she keeps fronting up, we will stay here for as long as we can.” A race later Group Twoplaced Pins mare Mark Two won her first ever race over 1600m. “A mile is just her warm-up distance and you could see she was on and off the bit, but that’s just her,” Marsh said. “She will go straight from a mile up to 2000m at least and she will carry on stepping up from there.” Both mares were ridden by Kiwi jockey James
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Jessa Nield Yes, I love it! I love hearing the constant flow of music, and coming into summer it will be even better.
This week we asked Victoria St workers and CBD regulars if they like having the piano in town (outside Deli on the Corner).
Eden Clemitson Warwick Offen Steve Haggie Stacey Crook Zaneta Tyrawa Most of the time no! The kids I love it, I stop and listen, it’s nice I love it, not so much when the I don’t mind it. I don’t really notice I think it’s fun, it’s a great way for smashing on it gets pretty when you’re having a coffee. kids bash it. the people who bang on it, but do people to practice who don’t have annoying, and some people are a notice the people who play well. a piano. little too repetitive.
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By Christine Griffith, some delightful garments Murdoch, Lyceum House Dianne on 827 7353. Lyceum House Cambridge and accessories in the President. She would be delighted If you are interested to hear from you and collection. There was an excellent At the completion of the in coming along to our you can be assured of a turnout at Lyceum House mornings or very warm welcome at for the annual spring fashion parade, Fay was coffee fashion parade held on presented with a bouquet Circles, you can find Lyceum House, 20 Dick Friday, October 5. The of flowers by Dianne out more by calling St, Cambridge. committee puts a lot of work into organizing these coffee mornings, and the clubrooms looked very colourful with floral arrangements on all the tables. Our members enjoy catching up with each other at these functions and judging by the animated conversations, everyone was having a jolly good time. After coffee and finger food, six of our ladies modelled three outfits each, provided by Gabriel’s fashion shop, in Cambridge. Fay Haakma, from Gabriel’s, was the Mary McKenzie, Ann Thompson, Kaye Pollock, Florence Monson, Sue Field, Annette compere and there were Matthews and Fay Haakma from Gabriel’s Fashions in Cambridge.
Tuesday, October 2 3.55pm: Petrol drive off from BP Leamington. Petrol was later paid for. 5.35pm: Burglary at a property at Maungatautari. Nothing was taken. Wednesday, October 3 3pm: Letterbox damaged on Southey St, Leamington. Burglary at a Terry Came Dr building site. A dehumidifier and a blower were taken. 8pm: A vehicle crashed into a 50kph sign on Oaklands Dr. Friday, October 5 11:30am A licence plate was taken, and damage was done to a vehicle parked on Baxter Michael Cres in St Kilda. 10pm-2am: Theft of mobile phone from a Bracken St address. Saturday, October 6 11.35pm: A vehicle crashed on Alan Livingston Dr in St Kilda due to driving at speed. The vehicle mounted the curb and collided with a signpost, hitting a street light that got trapped under the vehicle. There were no injuries to driver, who will appear in the Hamilton District Court facing charges of driving with excess breath alcohol and careless driving. Sunday, October 7 Shoplifting of an item valued at $90 at Expressions Floral Design and Giftware on Victoria St. Sometime between 3pm on October 7 and 10am on October 8: An electric fence unit was stolen from a paddock on Milton St in Leamington. An electric fence unit, a solar power panel, two horse covers off horses’ backs, 20 fence standards and two reels of fencing wire were taken from a paddock on the corner of Burns St and Lamb Sts in Leamington. Three family harm incidents were attended in the past week. If you have any information about any of these crimes, please contact the Cambridge police or report it anonymously via Crime Stoppers 0800 555
Wednesday, October 3 7.05am - Two car motor vehicle accident on Victoria St. Saturday, October 6 11.45pm - Car vs power pole on Baxter Michael Cres Sunday, October 7 5.02pm - Car rolled into ditch on Cambridge Rd. Tuesday, October 9 3.42pm - Alarm activation at No.1 Motel. 10.31pm - Assist ambulance.
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Forgotten World and Taranaki By Ann Robson Visionaries Cambridge (Abridged)
On Saturday, September 29, members of Visionaries Cambridge Inc set off early to Forgotten World Adventures and Taranaki. We arrived at Taumaranui just in time for a coffee break before we reported to Forgotten World Adventures headquarters. We got onto mini buses and were taken to Cherry Grove to board the jet boats that would take us on the Whanganui River. What an exciting ride we had, zooming over rapids and close to banks, past boulders and driftwood. Now and then we stopped in the river and listened to the sound of native birds and admired the native bush. When we reached Ohinepane Landing we were picked up by the shuttles and taken to where the rail-carts (converted gold carts) were and to have a picnic lunch. Our guide Rob was very informative and soon we boarded our self-drive rail-carts to travel the 30km through beautiful farmland back to Taumaranui. We had several stops along the way and learned a great deal about this area, the times of prosperity and hardship. Many of the tunnels we travelled through were made by hand and a series of red brick tunnels were lined with bricks made in the area. Our first day away ended with happy hour and a wonderful home-cooked roast lamb meal at The Forgotten World Motel.
Next morning, we set off by bus on the Forgotten Highway to visit the Republic of Whangamomona. Lots of interesting old buildings to see there, and we continued along the Forgotten Highway to Stratford to see the only Glockenspiel in New Zealand perform at three o’clock. Beautiful figures popped out of doors as the story of Romeo and Juliet was told over the loud speaker. There were many highlights on this trip but one of the most outstanding was the Tawhiti Museum just outside of Hawera. We visited the Whalers and Traders exhibit. The dioramas were amazing, as was the modelling of the figures that lined the sides of the boat ride we took through the tunnels. Think Weta Workshops
meets Disney and put this Museum on your bucket list. It is world class. On Monday morning, we set off for New Plymouth along the Surf Coast Highway. We visited the Len Lye Centre at Govett-Brewster Gallery and the Motonui Visitor Centre, before we stopped at Mokau for a whitebait fritter. (Well you have to, don’t you?). This was a wonderful trip. Everyone was kind and went out of their way to show us a good time. Visionaries Cambridge Inc is a group for seniors, which runs a variety of activities including day trips, overnighters and the odd longer holiday. If you want to join us and make new friends phone Linda on 0220696891 or Barry on 0272538355.
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The Mayor’s Monthly Music Matinee at Waikato Museum, 1pm - 3pm. Free, all ages. Concert series jointly organised by Waikato University’s Conservatorium of Music and Hamilton City Council. Mémoire, a Waikato University Theatre Studies production. 7pm - 8.30pm, free or gold coin entry. All ages. At the university’s Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Gate 2B, Knighton Rd, Hamilton.
Plastic Bag Free Day, Plastic Bag Free Cambridge is encouraging all to take part in minimising plastic bags on this day. Ask us how – email@example.com. Bring your bags! Final day of NRM Roller Mills Rugby Tournament, St Peter’s School, 1716 Cambridge Rd, 9am-3pm. 250 rugby players from Northland to Taranaki have battled to win this tournament. Info: www.facebook.com/RollerMillsRugby/ Matamata Historical Society Annual Book Fair, Friday 12th 9am - 4pm and Saturday 13th 9am - 2.30pm at Matamata Primary School, 115a Broadway, Matamata. Free entry.
Cambridge Trash’n’Treasure Market, Victoria and Duke Streets, 8am-1pm. Hundreds of stalls, band performances, yummy food. Cambridge High School concert band playing with Cambridge Brass Band, 10.30am -12pm in town centre, during Trash’n’Treasure Market. A last thank you to the community for support in fundraising for partake in Le Quesnoy commemorations in France. Receiving donations for Salvation Army food bank. Cambridge Tramping Club tramp over Terry’s farm at Waitanguru, Pio Pio, departing 7.30am. Please bring a torch. For more information please contact Peter, 827 5427.
What’s On copy deadline 12pm Mondays, Email firstname.lastname@example.org Repair Workshop, Meraki Workspace, 32 Victoria St, 10am12pm. Bring your broken items to have fixed or bring your tools to help out. Craft your own Coffee Cup Cuff, Upstairs Function Room, Onyx Cambridge, 70 Alpha St, 10am-11am. Waipa residents only. Easy and fun workshop. All materials provided, can bring your own materials if you wish. Tickets $10pp at www. eventfinda.co.nz. Cambridge Cricket Fun Day, Victoria Square, Queen St, 10am-2pm. A coach and registration open day for all kids, parents, coaches. Plenty of kids activities and BBQ! Please register your interest via email@example.com. Cambridge Yacht Club Open Day, 11am – 2pm at the Cambridge Yacht Club, located at far end of Mighty River Domain, 601 Maungatautari Road. Have a quick sail with experienced sailors ahead of the new season. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Crop swap, from 2pm at the Cambridge Community Gardens, Vogel St. Bring your goodies to share with those in our community.
Lake users meeting, Sir Don Rowlands Centre, Mighty River Domain, Lake Karapiro, 601 Maungatautari Rd. An open invitation for neighbours, lake users, event hosts, etc, to meet at 6.30pm for pizza and drinks, preseason lake users meeting will start 7pm. RSVP to 07 827 4178.
Cambridge Genealogy day meeting, “Remarkable Women” celebrating Suffrage 125 years. 10am start with coffee, all welcome. Entry $4pp. Enquiries: Nancy 8277359, Stella 8275036. Cambridge Greyhound Racing, Cambridge Raceway, Taylor Street, first race 12pm. Cambridge Harness Racing, Cambridge Raceway, Taylor Street, first race 5.30pm. Morrinsville Race Night. Cambridge Blind and Vision Impaired Support Group monthly meeting, 10am – 12pm at the Baptist Church lounge, 58 Queen St, Cambridge. A social gathering, all welcome, vision impaired and supporters. Free entry. Enquiries: Sue 827 5844 or Karen 827 3925.
SeniorNet Open Meeting, 9.30am in the lounge of the Cambridge Health and Community Centre, 22a Taylor St. Guest speaker: Alex St John Nyriad computer company based in Cambridge. Visitors welcome.
Learn to Sail at the Cambridge Yacht Club, located at far end of Mighty River Domain, 601 Maungatautari Road, Karapiro. 5:30pm – 8pm every Tuesday evening during Terms 4 and 1. Info: email@example.com. Cambridge Arthritis Support Group monthly meeting, 1pm at St Andrews Church Hall. Speaker: Dr Paul Carlow from Wolfe Hearing. All welcome.
Tamahere Country Market, St Stephen’s Church, Airport Rd, Tamahere, 8.30am-1pm. Tamahere Antique and Collectors Fair, Tamahere Community Hall, 21 Devine Rd, Tamahere, 8.30am-1.30pm. Showcasing a wide variety of antiques, curios, collectables and bric-a-brac.
Karapiro Taotaoroa Indoor Bowling Club – every Monday, 7pm at Karapiro Hall (behind Mobil). Info: Ray 827 8379. Evening Tennis session – every Monday, 6pm–7.30pm at Cambridge Racquets Club, Thornton Rd. $10 for non-members. Info: 827 7563. Roto-o-Rangi Indoor Bowls Club – every Monday, 7.15pm–10pm, Roto-o-rangi Hall, 6 Kairangi Rd. Flat shoes. $2 entry. Info: 0211896557. Cambridge Parents Centre “BuggyFit” – every Monday during school term, 10.30am at The Studio Health and Fitness, 12 Scott St. $10 entry. Social exercise with your bump or children. Camkada Judo Club – every Monday and Wednesday during school terms at Maclean St. Beginners 6.30pm–7pm, under 14s 7–8pm, over 14s 8–9pm. Info: 823 0961. Cambridge Badminton Club – every Monday, Juniors 6pm–7pm, Seniors (16+) 7.30pm. Day club every Tuesday, 9.30am– 12pm. 50+ session every Thursday, 9.30am–12pm. Seniors (16+) every Friday, 7.30pm. Info: Tina 027 313 8033. Cambridge Golf Club – every Tuesday at the Cambridge Golf Club, 112 Tirau Rd. Veterans 9am, Junior Academy 4pm.
Details: 827 6381. Tai Chi at the Cossie Club – every Wednesday 6.30pm–7.30pm, 88/94 Burns St, Leamington. Info: Ruth 021 077 8727. Tai Chi Academy – every Wednesday and Friday, 1pm–2pm at Trinity St Paul's Church corner Bryce and Queen St. Info: Bob 827 4814. Bowls – Thursday, 1pm at Senior Citizens Hall, Milicich Pl. Info: 827 0604.
Old Time and Sequence Dancing – every Monday, 1pm–3.30pm at Senior Citizens Hall, Milicich Pl. Info: May 823 1262. Waipa Wranglers Line Dancing – every Tuesday at Trinity Parish Church hall, corner Queen and Bryce St. Beginners 12.30– 1.30pm, improvers upwards 1.30–3.30. Info: Marie 823 3428.Scottish Country Dancing – every Wednesday, 7.30pm at St Andrews Church hall, 85 Hamilton Rd. Info: Merilyn 827 6142. Cambridge Cruisers Rock n Roll – every Thursday, 6.45pm–8.40pm at St Andrews Church hall, 85 Hamilton Rd. Fun, friendship and dance. Info: Colleen 021 160 3725.
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Cambridge Care and Craft – Monday, 9.30am-12.30pm, Senior Citizens Hall, Milicich Pl. $4 entry, includes light lunch. Info: Nicky 823 7445. Cambridge Society of Arts – every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 10am – 12pm at The Painting Place, Thornton Rd. A friendly environment for all adults who like to paint. Wednesday Wood Workshop – every Wednesday 9am–4pm at Cambridge Community Menzshed (women welcome too) at Resthaven Centre, 4 Vogel St. Info: Dave 823 9170. Cambridge Creative Fibre – every first and third Thursday of the month at 9.30am, every second and fourth Thursday at 6.30pm, at the Cambridge Health & Community Centre, 22a Taylor St. Info: 827 3156. The Views Craft Room – every Friday, 2pm–4pm at Resthaven Village Centre, 4 Vogel St.
The final of the NRM Roller Mills Rugby Tournament is on this Saturday at St Peter’s School from 9am. 250 rugby players from Northland to Taranaki have battled throughout this tournament since October 6.
St Andrew’s Giant Craft and Collectable Fair, St Andrew’s Anglican Church, 85 Hamilton Rd, 9am-2pm. 100 stall holders from Whangarei to Christchurch, mostly selling NZ made goods. Info: Ian 0275 673 139.
Learn the art of public speaking and leadership, drinks and supper provided. Rosycross discussion groups – Tuesday, 7.30pm at 258 Ariki St, Karapiro, and Thursday, 10.30am at Absolute Coffee House, 88 Alpha St. Subject: “the Universality of the Rosycross”. Info: 021 656 501. Cambridge Men’s REBUS Club – every third Wednesday of each month, 9.30am at the Cambridge Bridge Club rooms, Fort St. REBUS = retired business people. Speakers each meeting, plus regular outings. Info: Roger 8279928. Cambridge Stroke Club – every Thursday, 10am – 12.30pm at Trinity Parish Church hall, corner Queen and Bryce St. Entertainment,
speakers, outings, cinema, etc. Info: Heather 827 6390. Thornton Club – Social night every Thursday and Friday from 5.30pm at 37 Thornton Rd. Food, drink and bowling. Wednesdays quiz night. Weekly bowls Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1pm.
The Cambridge Trash’n’Treasure Market is on this Sunday, 8am1pm along Victoria and Duke Streets. Hundreds of stalls, Cambridge High and Cambridge Brass band performances, and yummy food.
Lions’ Shed – Thursday and Saturday, 9am–12pm, Vogel St. Cambridge Farmers Market – Saturday, 8am–12pm at Victoria Square. Miniature Trains – every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month (weather permitting) 10am–3pm at Leamington Domain, Wordsworth St. Covered-toe shoes required. $2 per ride.
The Cambridge Cricket Fun Day is on this Sunday at Victoria Square, 10am-2pm. Kids, parents, potential coaches and everyone welcome. Plenty of kids activities, cricket skills and a BBQ.
The Cambridge Yacht Club will hold an Open Day this Sunday, 11am – 2pm at the club located at far end of Mighty River Domain, Karapiro. Have a quick sail with experienced sailors, learn about joining.
The Mosaic Waikato Modern Choir – rehearsal every Tuesday, 7-9pm, SOCIAL CLUBS Cambridge Health & Community Centre, Tree town Toastmasters – every Monday, 7:10pm at council buildings, Wilson St. 22a Taylor St. Info: 827 6291.
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Riverside Ukes – Wednesday, 7pm, Cambridge Raceway, Taylor St, in the boardroom, eastern end of the grandstand. Info: Sheila 0211637114.
Bookworms will enjoy checking out the Matamata Historical Society’s Annual Book Fair this Saturday, 9am - 2.30pm at Matamata Primary School, free entry.
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Centre Place GOOSEBUMPS 2: HAUNTED HALLOWEEN Halloween comes to life in a comedy adventure based on R.L. Stine's 400-million-selling series of books. Two boys face an onslaught from witches, monsters, ghouls and a talking dummy after they discover a mysterious book by author R.L. Stine.
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FRIDAY: 1.25, 6.00PM SATURDAY: 10.45AM, 12.40, 5.20PM SUNDAY: 11.30AM, 4.25PM MONDAY/TUESDAY: 1.25, 6.00PM (E) FRIDAY: 11.10AM, 1.35, 5.55PM (PG) SATURDAY: 11.15AM, 1.30, 5.55PM SUNDAY: 1.00, 3.20PM MON/TUE: 11.10AM, 1.35, 5.55PM FRIDAY: 10.55AM, 1.10PM SATURDAY: 11.00AM, 1.15PM SUNDAY: 11.05AM (G) MONDAY/TUESDAY: 10.55AM, 3.35PM SHE SHARES Compelling New Zealand documentary ‘She Shears’ celebrates skill and competitive spirit of female shearers. A must-see New Zealand documentary follows five female sheep shearers on their journey to the Gold Shears. Sheep shearing is bloody hard yacka. It is hot, sweaty, daggy and dirty in a woolshed however, for the five women starring in the New Zealand documentary She Shears, shearing has an addictive quality. This is a heartfelt documentary packed with humour – a must-see.
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FIRST MAN The true story of Neil Armstrong, a quiet engineer who rose through the ranks of NASA’s 1960s space programme to become the first man on the moon — in a journey that includes professional and personal tragedies. Oscar winning director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling reteam for the riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969. This haunting, space saga reminds us that the path to the moon was littered with chaos and catastrophe.
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Don't Worry He Won't get Far on Foot (M) 2hrs 9mins
3.45pm 1.50pm 8.15pm
5.45pm 1.00pm 6.00pm
8.30pm 1.20pm 8.15pm
2.45pm 11.00am 8.30pm
Ladies in Black (PG) 2hrs 4mins
Luis and the Aliens (PG) 1hr 35mins
Subject to Change Without Notice.
Bookings 823 5064 – 32 Lake Street, Cambridge
One of Marvel's most mysterious, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, with Hardy as the lethal protector.
BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE R16
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN G THU & FRI 10:50, SAT 3:20, SUN 1:20
Rowan Atkinson comes out of retirement in this hilarious and enjoyable new misadventure.
THU & FRI 5:20 & 7:30, SAT 2:40 & 7:30, SUN 12:40 & 5:30, MON & TUE 5:15 & 7:35, WED 5:20 & 7:30
JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN PG
THU & FRI 7:40, SAT 7:20, SUN 5:20, MON & TUE 7:25,WED 7:40
FIRST MAN PG
Halloween comes to life in a comedy adventure based on R.L. Stine's 400-million-selling series of books.
LADIES IN BLACK PG
GOOSEBUMPS 2: HAUNTED HALLOWEEN TBA
THU & FRI 11:00 & 1:25, SAT 1:00 & 3:05, SUN 11:00 & 1:05
Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) 1hr 43mins
THU & FRI 11:45 & 1:55, SAT 12:40, SUN 10:40
SAT 3:10, SUN 1:10,WED 5:30
THU & FRI 5:30, SAT 5:25, SUN 3:25, MON & TUE 5:20,WED 10:10 & 5:25
TEEN TITANS AT THE MOVIES PG
THU & FRI 8:00, SAT 5:35 & 7:50, SUN 3:35 & 5:50, MON & TUE 7:55,WED 8:00
THU & FRI 1:15 & 5:25, SAT 5:15, SUN 3:15
DC's family friendly version of their superhero movies is a very funny adventure the children will love and so will adults. It’s so hilarious, you will laugh and laugh.
This beautifully crafted movie is a pleasure to watch.
Crazy Rich Asains (M) 2hrs 10mins
THU & FRI 11:20 & 1:45, SAT 12:50 & 2:50, SUN 10:50 & 12:50
"A stunning slice of rural life and the gutsy women who share a passion for shearing. They describe it as art and after seeing this beautiful ﬁlm, so will you.” Hilary Barry
“It’s a fun fantasy adventure with a lot of laughs. Throughout the ﬁlm there are a lot of heartfelt messages as well, like the importance of family and how being an outsider can be a good thing.” Laurel.
THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS PG THU & FRI 11:10 & 1:35, SAT 12:30, SUN 10:30
A SIMPLE FAVOUR M
THU 7:50, FRI 5:35, SAT 5:00, SUN 5:40, WED 10:00 & 7:50
E THU 5:50 & 7:45, FRI 5:50, SAT 1:10 & 5:10, SUN 11:10, 3:10 & 5:10, MON & TUE 5:30, WED 10:20, 5:40 & 7:35
“It was creepy. I didn’t think it would be so scary. It was fun to watch.” Armaan.
LEAN ON PETE M, HALLOWEEN R16, MAGGIE SMITH in THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE M AND DON'T WORRY, HE
FRI 7:45, FINAL SAT 7:10
ALL FOR LABOUR WEEKEND
THE NUN R16
WON’T GET FAR ON FOOT M
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 12, 2018
LONG TERM FINANCE
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Cutting width 42”
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Cutting width 103cm
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Uncut circle 30cm
9.6kW @ 2900rpm
Cutting width 112cm
Uncut circle 30cm
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Cutting width 48”
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Productivity 2.5 acres/hr
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Cutting width 42”
Cutting width 46”
Uncut circle 30cm
Productivity 2.4 acres/hr
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Cutting width 46”
Cutting width 42”
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