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Small Poppies — big hearts A Gallipoli journey in store
Dargaville’s Pat Young has a special reason for attending the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings next year …
Academy teaches building and life skills An academy at Dargaville High School has helped more than 20 youngsters gain jobs in the building industry …
p Reaching out to a kiddie with cancer made it a day to remember for families in Kaiwaka, with fine fashions and a little bling adding up to a successful fund-raising effort. See the full story on page 3 …
Residents angry at proposed Mangawhai land sales u by Colin Patterson
Mangawhai residents say they will fight proposals from the Kaipara District Council to sell a number of blocks of land in their town.
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The council’s draft Annual plan says it has ‘identified a number of nonstrategic council owned properties that could be sold. By non-strategic we mean property that has no current or future plans for public use. This would free up money to repay the debt and invest in community infrastructure’.
The document says most of the sites are in the Mangawhai Heads area and includes residential land in Eveline St, Robert St, Fagan Pl and Almar Cres. But local residents say these sites are used by the public and if they are sold access to the foreshore could be threatened.
Some of the sites are near the Mangawhai Fishing and Boating Club. President Buck Buchanan says the club opposes the sale of land close to the fishing club and above the boat ramp. “It is used by the public. Go down there at Easter. continued on page 5 …
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p Pahi Regatta Club stalwart Justin Healey was among the successful anglers at the club’s newly introduced fishing contest last weekend. The event attracted some 50 fishers from around the Kaipara, with some good catches weighed in. Justin’s 5.3kg snapper took out second prize for the species. Fine weather saw boats range over a wide area of the harbour as well as the Graveyard off Pouto.
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A World War Two action romp with a twist of comedy, in the style of Hogan’s Heroes, following a crack team of... art historians? Yes, that’s right - the men who are sent in to reclaim the stolen art treasures of Hitler’s Third Reich, portrayed by the best actors of their generation, and supplied with a script that’s weapons-grade clever and funny.
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p A group of 20 Otamatea High School students raised more than $2,000 for the Cancer Society by walking for a whole day. They walked around the Maungaturoto Country Club from 5pm on Friday April 4 to 5pm on Saturday. Parents, staff and fellow students came along to support them through the wee small hours. Around midnight the walkers put on pyjamas, even though there were no warm beds for them to climb into. By 5pm there were lots of blisters and sore feet. But the result made all the pain worth it.
Cody’s a winner! The winner of our big hamper draw this year is Cody Preston, who visited all of the stores featured, in person to collect the words needed to enter. With a vast array of prizes in the hamper, we’re sure Cody is happy to share some of them (like the sparkling wine pictured here) with his parents and siblings. The young winner was most impressed with the Fox branded cap donated to our hamper by Dargaville Honda — he’s a big fan of extreme MX who now looks the part! Congratulations!
Dressing for a cause u by Joanne Speechly
Dressing up proved a fundraising winner for Kaiwaka’s Small Poppies and the Child Cancer Foundation.
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A Gallipoli journey in store
u by Colin Patterson
Dargaville’s Pat Young has a special reason for attending the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings next year — her father-in-law lost his arm in the trenches there.
p Heidi Holden (right) was the inspiration behind Small Poppies dress-up fundraiser for the Child Cancer Foundation. She is pictured here with her twin, Bella
In a show of support for Heidi Holden, who was diagnosed with cancer in March last year, the Early Childhood Education Centre got in touch with Kaiwaka Primary School and Kaiwaka Playcentre and arranged a special fundraising day. “The Small Poppies children got dressed up and, with the help of parents, we walked up to Kaiwaka Primary School
and all the children paraded their costumes. Everyone made a gold coin donation and we had a coin trail and sausage sizzle,” said Small Poppies director, Natasha Lee. “Afterwards, two volunteers and Small Poppies’ John Lee, sold the leftover sausages outside the Four Square and all up, we raised $1,085.95 for the Child Cancer Foundation.” ¢
Annual Plan hearings u by Colin Patterson
Kaipara District Council’s draft Annual Plan has attracted more than 530 submissions. Many of the submissions come from Mangawhai residents opposing plans to sell surplus land in their town and questioning the council’s focus on debt reduction. The three Kaipara commissioners are holding public hearings, giving submitters who request it a chance to present their views in person.
Hearings have been scheduled for Maungaturoto on April 28, Dargaville on April 29 and Mangawhai on April 30. The commissioners will meet on May 27 to consider all submissions and make decisions. The Annual Plan will be formally adopted before the end of the financial year on June 30.
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The late Ernie Young joined the Otago Mounted Rifles and was among the thousands of New Zealanders who fought the Turks in the assault on Anzac Cove before he was invalided out of the war. A centur y later Mrs Young has been successful in a ballot of New Zealanders competing for limited spaces to attend the dawn service at Anzac p Dargaville resident Pat Young looks through her father-in-law Ernie Young’s war photo album Cove and the special New Zealand commemorative service of the Peace. He was also a keen at Chunuk Bair. photographer and while on a senior “I thought some time ago I should officer’s staff appointment, he was able go to Gallipoli. But my husband, Barry, to take photos in the Gallipoli trenches died 10 years ago and I never got — a prohibited activity for rank and round to it,” she said. file soldiers. Mrs Young will have to pay her own The many photos of his fellow kiwis in travel and accommodation costs. Gallipoli, and undergoing rehabilitation Now in her early 80s, she has only treatment in Egypt and England were put one wish. “I’ve just got to stay fit in an album that was only found after Mr and well.” Young’s death. These unique snapshots of history, After returning home, Ernie Young farmed in Struggler’s Gully north of kept hidden for a century, will form Dargaville. He performed all his farm the basis of a book written by Brian work and a drove a car despite the Eastwood which will be published by a absence of one arm. He was active local company, Echo Publishing, in time in the local community and a Justice for the Gallipoli commemoration. ¢
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Dalmatian Day at Dargaville Museum u by Colin Patterson
Dargaville’s Dalmatian Social Club has joined forces with the local museum in a fundraiser for the two organisations. They are combining to hold a Dalmatian Day at the Dargaville Museum on Saturday April 26. The day celebrates the heritage and culture of families from Slavic nations and their contribution to the Northern Wairoa. Social club secretary Lyn Curac says the day includes spit roast lambs, and lunch. There will also be gum scraping and a billy of tea. The Auckland Dalmatian Dancers will perform along with an orchestra. Ms Curac says the museum will be running a sausage sizzle during the event. “We’re aiming for a picnic atmosphere. We also encourage people to bring their own sustenance, especially for children.” She says this the third year the two groups have combined for the event. ‘We’re hoping for visitors from Kaitaia, Whangarei and other places.” Funds raised for the social club will go to its roof replacement project. Its headquarters on Normanby Street needs a new roof, which Ms Curac says could cost the club up to $20,000. The event runs from 9.30am to 4pm. Admission is $5 for adults, with children free.
Academy teaches building and life skills u by Colin Patterson
An academy at Dargaville High School has helped more than 20 youngsters gain jobs in the building industry since it was set up three years ago. The building academy at Dargaville High School is led by Tim Pratt, a registered builder who now spends his time imparting his skills and knowledge to the high school’s senior students who are looking for a career in the building industry. He says the academy was an initiative of principal David Bargh. “He wanted to give guys an alternative, especially students who were not academically included but are hands on.” Its students are all year 12 and 13. They obtain NZQA credits and do unit standards. Mr Pratt says the academy has proved a big success in getting p Dargaville High Building Academy student Quinn Faulkner operates a compound mitre saw school leavers into jobs. “In the first three years the academy had 25 half the theory for the Building and Construction ITO students. Three of them have come back to school carpentry course.” Most funding for the academy comes from the Te Tai this year. The other 22 have found jobs. At least two are working on the new Countdown supermarket.” Tokerau Trust. Money also comes in via outside contracts. When they start the students have little experience. “We do decks, fences and railings and some other small jobs.” “We’ve got to get them used to using tools. By The academy currently has five full time and three part-time the time they leave they’re proficient. They also students. What they learn is not confined to the technical get an occupational safety certificate in building aspects of building, such as the correct use of a hammer and and construction. They get a first aid certificate how to safely operate a drill. “It’s about turning them into fine and a Ramset power tools certificate and have young working men. It’s about giving them a work ethic.” ¢
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Residents angry at proposed Mangawhai land sales “Even on an average day there are quite a few boat trailers. If those sections are sold there is nowhere for boat trailers to park. It’ll be real bad over summer for general parking.” Mangawhai Ratepayers and Residents Association chairman Bruce Rogan says if the council proceeds with its plans ‘there’ll be something close to a revolution’. He says the council is punishing the Mangawhai community for its legal challenge to rates set to pay for the EcoCare sewerage scheme. “They’re trying to sell the foreshore and part of the camping ground. But it’s not the council’s land. It belongs p Signs like this one opposing the proposed land sell off have gone up to the community.” in Mangawhai Mr Rogan says the council should wait for the High Court’s decision before making any decisions on selling land. Chief commissioner John Robertson says the commissioners will take close note of submissions before making final decisions. “At the moment we are consulting on the principle of selling non-strategic land. I don’t think we are going to move in any extreme way on this.” Mr Robertson says selling land could benefit the Mangawhai community. “If we can apply public funds to something that is of public benefit, I think that’s a good thing. There is demand for more community facilities in Mangawhai.” ¢
Global bank to open Dargaville branch u by Joanne Speechly
It is the world’s leading specialist food and agribusiness bank and one of New Zealand’s largest rural financial institutions and now Rabobank is establishing its second branch north of Auckland in Dargaville.
p An artists impression of Rabobank Dargaville
Whangarei branch manager, Tessa Sutherland, will manage both Northland branches following the opening of the Dargaville site and anticipates that Rabobank will take over the lease of their new, purpose-built premises in September this year. “The move to open a second branch in Dargaville has been a little while in the making because we wanted to find the appropriate location,” says Tessa of the new Rabobank site, which is located opposite the veterinary clinic on Normanby Street. “Ultimately however, it comes on the back of our substantial growth in Northland — a large proportion of which, is coming out of the greater Kaipara region. As a bank with a rural focus, we want to show our support for rural clients by going into their towns and this supports our long term view of remaining a leader in the rural sector.”
Rabobank is among the world’s 30 largest financial institutions and one of Australasia’s largest rural lenders. It plays an integral part in and is a significant provider of corporate financial services to the food and agribusiness sectors in New Zealand and Australia. The global leader began as a rural credit cooperative in the Netherlands in 1898 and began to expand its international activities in 1980. In October of 1994, Rabobank purchased the New Zealand and Australian operations of Primary Industry Bank of Australia (PIBA) and in 1997, it purchased Wrightson Farmers Finance Limited. Rabobank’s Dargaville branch will initially employ five full-time staff. The opening of the branch will take Rabobank branch numbers to 33 nationwide. ¢
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Hunters prepare for waterfowl season
Mangawhai’s big Easter fishing competition
The 2014 game bird hunting season is just around the corner with opening weekend on May 3 and 4.
Mangawhai Boating and Fishing Club are busy organising their big Easter Fishing Competition for Saturday, April 19.
There is a combined limit with mallard, grey duck, and shoveler (no more than three shoveler) of 15 ducks, with the season ending on June 29. Paradise shelduck and black swan seasons continue until the August 3. Paradise shelduck daily bag limit is 20 birds. The cock pheasant and quail season, north of the Maungataniwha Range also known as the Maungamukas continues until the August 3 with a daily bag limit of three birds. For both brown and Californian quail north of the Maungamukas the season has been shortened by one month and will also close on August 3. South of these ranges to the regional boundary near Wellsford the season continues for the upland game species for a further three weeks until August 31. The daily bag limit is five cock pheasants and 10 Californian quail and 10 brown quail. The pukeko season for the whole of the region will go through to August 31. Remember that when hunting waterfowl, non-toxic shot is required (except sub gauges) when shooting over open water. This regulation applies both to public and private land, no matter if you are the landowner. Also, the Wildlife Act of 1953 allows the occupier, his/her
Event organisers are promising a competition that will be bigger and better than ever. “Timberworld’s very generous sponsorship has allowed us to host a competition that is up there with any other club in New Zealand,” says club captain, Rob Cameron. “And it’s always a very popular and well supported event.” This year the club will celebrate the tenth anniversary of Timberworld sponsorship. The generous prize package means that there will be
wife/husband and one son or daughter to hunt on their property without a hunting licence. Many landowners do not realise that the act only allows for these three people to hunt without a licence and all other family members are required to hold a game bird hunting licence. Northland Fish and Game wishes everyone a fun and safe opening weekend and remind hunters to leave the alcohol until after the firearms are put away. ¢
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will meet 50–75% of your hot water needs using the sun’s free energy. Keep in mind that the upfront cost is high compared to other hot water systems. Not all properties are suitable for solar water heating — check with your supplier to find out. If you intend to use an electric backup, check with your electricity retailer to see if a cheaper night-rate electricity tariff is available. If you are going to use night rate electric back-up make sure you get a large enough storage tank. As energy concerns become more evident, the use of ‘green power’, either solar or wind, is catching on. ¢
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But when winter comes knocking it’s often technology which comes to the rescue, in the form of the family clothes dryer. These machines have been around for over three quarters of a century now, and improvements have stacked up over the years, from initial crude, supersized ‘trouser ovens’ (as one American wit dubbed them) to the streamlined modern machines of today. Now one of the last issues most householders have with the indoor clothes dryer has been whisked away — with new condenser dryers and heat pump condenser dryers there is no plume of steam to contend with. Older dryers had to be ducted manually through a window via a large tube, or required expensive in-roof ducting to be installed. Some could never be situated
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Classic status well deserved u by Andy Bryenton
The 2014 Hilux is well and truly here, and many fans of the evergreen utility favourite may be wondering where the bells, whistles, smoke and mirrors are going to pop out from.
Precautionary recall rolls out Toyota New Zealand have reaffirmed their commitment to customers as their staff work through an international precautionary recall affecting a small selection of their 2004–2013 model range. The global auto giant has confirmed that this recall, which includes such popular New Zealand favourites as the Yaris and the RAV4, is purely precautionary in nature, as none of the issues raised has led to a single incident or accident, anywhere in the world. The replacement of parts due to the recall will be undertaken by Toyota free of charge, enabling their customers to continue enjoying their vehicles with full confidence. Affected models are the RAV4, Prado and Hilux
produced between June 2004 and December 2010, the Yaris produced between January 2005 and August 2010, and imported Vitz, Ist, Belta and Ractis vehicles from a similar time period. Toyota New Zealand are taking exemplary measures to contact all affected customers and make arrangements for a remedy. However, anyone concerned about their vehicle can contact Toyota New Zealand on 0800 TOYOTA for further information.
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Toyota aren’t here to reinvent the wheel this year, however — the Hilux for today is a fettled and sharpened version of the Hilux of ’13, not the game changer which Toyota’s skunk-works engineers are currently still working on for two years down the track. So, like an ageing rocker, the ute which still commands a hefty slice of both market share and genuine Kiwi affection takes to the stage with an artful facelift, a bit of new technology, and — most importantly — the chops to put newcomers in their place. The Hilux is ageing better than many of its contemporaries in the ute world — it rides with aplomb, pulls off the family car/workman’s mate crossover with consummate skill, and at the top of the utility tree it’s still going head to head with the phenomenon which is the Ford Ranger. What this new look 2014 package really offers (apart from a useful reversing camera, which is a handy addition) is a look at just how far ahead of the curve the Toyota was when it was an all-new model. Jump behind the wheel today and you’ll find it comfortable and competent, a proper contender with the pricier VW Amarok and the aforementioned Ranger. There’s plenty of power from that three litre turbo diesel, even if it isn’t a new unit, and a level of ride and refinement which should satisfy the modern demand for a vehicle that carts
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First birthday for Aratapu Arts Fest u by Andy Bryenton
Last year’s inaugural Aratapu Arts Festival was a great success, with artists and patrons travelling from all over the Kaipara to check out the cultural smorgasbord on offer — as well as the noteworthy hospitality of the little tavern at the gateway to the Pouto peninsula. Mixed media is once again the order of the day as Donice and Richard gear up for the second yearly Arts Fest — because this is not just a show for painters and sculptors. The day promises
a veritable feast for the senses with everything from traditional canvases to poetry, music, crafts and song. Meanwhile, there’s more artistry going on in the kitchen, as the Aratapu
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Tavern team keep all those hungry patrons fed with a menu that’s deliciously different. Top marks here for fully-loaded pizzas, succulent spare ribs and of course the Texan and Cajun inspired dishes for which the Aratapu is famous. All the fun kicks off on the 27th of April, the perfect way to round off what for many will have been ten days of pre-winter holidays, enjoying the welcome but slightly unseasonable sunshine. Last year exhibitors and patrons filled the tavern’s garden bar to capacity, so those who would like to p Two generations of the Cutts family take to the stage at last year’s inaugural Aratapu Arts Festival display their own creative talents are encouraged to contact the Easter and Anzac weekends couldn’t organisers swiftly to reserve their place. be better when it comes to attracting As this is a festival rather than a sale, late-season holidaymakers. They invite one and all to come and there’s no charge to bring your work and show the public! enjoy a day of culture, art and music Donice and Richard are feeling ex- (as well as a few cold drinks) in one tremely confident about this years ‘first of the most convivial little taverns in birthday’ arts fest, and the timing of the country. ¢
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wine, dine & entertainment New menu promises exotic flavours u by Andy Bryenton
With the weather turning colder, many restaurants are re-inventing their menus for winter, bringing out warming and comforting dishes to ease into the chilly months of the year. (as well as Chinese turnip and soft rice noodles). Entree #2 — Vietnamese spring rolls In lieu of dessert after the meal, we opted for another snack-sized addition to the menu — Vietnamese style spring rolls. Anyone who has never had these before should definitely give them a try. Wrapped in rice ‘tortillas’ which are so thin as to be transparent, these little bundles of meat and crunchy fresh vegetables are the south-east Asian equivalent of sushi. Less carbs, too — and with the option of either the clean, crisp taste of bean sprouts and seafood or spicy chicken,
LEGO prize pack giveaway — kids only Dargaville’s Anzac Theatre have a great Lego movie prize pack to give away this week for school holidays — a Lego movie t-shirt, Lego tote, and a double pass to see the awesome new movie featuring everyone’s favourite blocks. To enter, just send us an email to email@example.com, with your name, age and phone number, along with the answer to this question —
beef or pork there are many options to try. Main — Cashew nut chicken. This is a classic dish, which may not be new to the menu, but which is delivered with flair. Once again the star of the piece is that profusion of fresh veg — this is healthy food which tastes good. Served with steamed rice and garnished with crushed p Tasty fresh veg make all the difference to authentic Thai peanuts and chilli flakes to taste, this is the perfect way to round off a winter banquet. ¢ Read the newspaper online
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09 439 5556
ATS PROPERTY Maintenance & Repair. Fences & Repairs • Kitchen/Bathroom Fitouts • Waterblasting • Flooring Repairs • Decks • Windows & Latches • Plus much more. No job too small. Phone 09 439 8628. Cell 027 455 7750. CHIMNEY CLEANING & Servicing — There is a chill in the air folks. Is your fireplace safe for the winter? Get it serviced & checked, repaired. Crawford Solutions — Phone John 439 5289. A/hrs, mobile 022 642 1376. OFFAL HOLES 750dia x 5.5m deep with concrete lid with lift out hatch $408.25 incl GST. Phone Wals Holes 09 437 3936 or 021 932 225. PAINTER & DECORATOR — Interior or exterior. 44 years experience. Will travel. For free quotes phone: Allen Reeve 027 290 4332. SEMI-RETIRED, GARDEN maintenance, painting, small carpentry work, house hand wash, paint-stripping back to wood windows etc. Long experience, available now, good rate. Phone Robert 027 423 1166. WATER TANK Vacuum clean, Full tank OK, Waste no more than 1,000 litres. $250.00 for up to 25,000 litre tank. Also full pump out and scrub and leaks fixed. Phone Wals 09 437 3936 or 021 932 225.
KAIPARA LIFESTYLER April 15 - 2014
Kaipara Lifestyler Classifieds
Phone 09 439 6933
Closing date for classified advertising for the 22 April 2014 edition is 10am, Thursday 17 April 2014. See our terms and conditions online at www.kaiparalifestyler.co.nz Work Wanted
EASTER SALE at Dargaville Sewing & Curtain Centre — 5 days only! Starts Saturday the 19th of April.
Animal Accomodation MG BOARDING Kennels, Matakohe. All pets welcome. Dogs $15/night. Cats $8/night. Phone Tom or Jenny 09 431 7368 or 027 285 8944.
Situations Vacant BUILDERS ASSISTANT/LABOURER required. Some experience an advantage but not necessary. Send brief CV to NW Build – PO Box 398, Dargaville or email firstname.lastname@example.org CARPENTERS WANTED. 027 4340 284.
ALL GRADES OF SCRAP METAL WANTED
We buy and remove Cars complete & incomplete - Tractors - Trucks - Roofing Iron Batteries, Copper - Brass - Aluminium etc. Beach Road Dargaville Monday-Friday 8-5 Sat 8-3
Phone 09 439 4940 Work with your local licensed dealer
For further enquiries phone Jayne 09 439 3330 ext 6716
Support Staff This part time position is to support the House Supervisor at Greenways Trust home. Must be available to work Sundays Ideally the applicant will have the following: • The ability to work with and relate to people with an intellectual disability • Good cooking and cleaning skills • Good communication skills both verbal and written • We are looking for someone with a good sense of humour and willing to work in a team environment If this sounds like you then please send or email a covering letter by the 17th April 2014 to:
THE RESIDENTIAL MANAGER Greenways Trust PO Box 5 DARGAVILLE email@example.com
• Stump & Tree Removal • Driveway Prep & Regrading • Calf Shed & Stockyard Cleaning • Post Hole Borer • Tip Truck Available • Trencher
Phone or Txt Paul
Homekills Traditional Manuka wood smoked Bacon, Ham & Salami Over 25 years experience For prompt & professional service contact Wayne or Annette Phone 09 439 2020 • Cell 021 401 934 firstname.lastname@example.org Information Packs Available Covering the Kaipara and Whangarei Regions
GOOD FRIDAY and EASTER SUNDAY
(with CauseWay Kids Programme)
10.15am Mangawhai Rec Centre Insley St, Mangawhai www.causewaychurch.org.nz
0800 326 123
Plumbing and Heating Centre 102 Jervois Street, Dargaville
Public Notices ACOUSTIC BLACKBOARD Concert — First Thursday of the month — 7.30–9.30pm, Commercial Hotel, River Rd, Dargaville. $2 entry, $2 raffle, tea and coffee. Performers and audience welcome. Phone Margaret 09 439 4403 or Allan 09 439 6933. DARGAVILLE RIVERSIDE Markets — Thursdays 2.00pm to 5.30pm. Ad Focus Carpark, Dargaville. Fruit and veges – FRESH & LOCAL. FREE & CONFIDENTIAL NW Family Budgeting Service. Advice and complete money management if required. Call at 5 Portland Street or phone 09 439 8592.
BADMINTON Seniors (14yrs +)
Weekly from Tuesday 29th April 7.30pm $3/night
Weekly from Tuesday 6th May 6–7.30pm | $2/night Dargaville Town Hall (rear entrance) Some racquets available ALL WELCOME Enquiries 021 439 157
Make sure your fireplace is safe this winter. Call Plumbing & Heating Centre to arrange a chimney clean and a firebox inspection today! Plumbing and Heating Centre 09 439 6123 • 0800 326 123 102 Jervois Street, Dargaville
Kaipara Budgeting Service
Thursday 17th April 2014, at 3:15pm Holy Trinity Church Office 58 Hokianga Road, Dargaville
4 categories, Cash prizes for each category.
Entries close 31 July 2014 Entry forms from ANZAC Theatre or from Jacoba email@example.com For further information phone Jacoba 09 439 7356 or text 027 441 9924 Get your cameras rolling. Have some fun being creative or depicting the Kaipara!
2ND ANNUAL ARATAPU ARTS FESTIVAL Artists of all kinds come together to show & sell your work
27th April 11am-5pm in the Garden Bar.
NO CHARGE FOR BOOTH SPACE Tables provided on a first come, first serve basis.
Please contact Donice at 09 439 5923 Follow us on Facebook www.aratapu.com • firstname.lastname@example.org
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Caring for our community Atawhai Tia Te Takiwa
FREE FLU VACCINATIONS* FOR 65 YEARS & OVER — PLUS PREGNANT WOMEN & THOSE UNDER 65 WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS Finishes end of July!
*No appointments necessary Phone 09 439 8079
Reserve Management Plan for Northern Wairoa Memorial Park, Dargaville Kaipara District Council intends to develop a Reserve Management Plan for the Northern Wairoa Memorial Park, Dargaville. This Park was established in 1919 as a memorial to the many athletic young men of this area who were killed in the Great War. Development of the Plan is a requirement under section 41 of the Reserves Act 1977. It is also considered necessary due to the significance of the Park as a ‘Key’ reserve in Kaipara’s Reserves and Open Spaces Strategy. Council would appreciate your views on the Reserve Management Plan. The Plan will outline how the Northern Wairoa Memorial Park is managed and what kinds of activities are allowed there. Council will consider your views when drafting the Reserve Management Plan. Once the draft Reserve Management Plan is ready, it will be made available for the public to review and there will be an opportunity for submissions to be made, including hearings, before a final Reserve Management Plan is adopted. Please submit any comments you may have on the Northern Wairoa Memorial Park Reserve Management Plan to Council via Council’s website www.kaipara.govt.nz or post to:
Full service slaughtering & processing of Beef, Sheep, Pigs, Deer, Goats
All Beef aged Salami ~ Bacon ~ Ham ~ Sausages Hamburger Patties
Cinema Charitable Trust FIFTH SHORT FILM COMPETITION
027 271 2022
Work Wanted CANVAS & UPHOLSTERY, 77 Gordon St, Dargaville. Phone 09 439 4670 or 021 246 6436. Trailer & ute covers, bike seats, boat covers & upholstery, horse covers, furniture recovers, motor homes and much more.
Training for 2014 starts Wednesday 7 May
Any job big or small. We do them ALL
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You will receive free training in the following areas: Volunteer Roles & Responsibilities Hospice History & Philosophy Hospice Shop - Pennies from Heaven Communication, Confidentiality & Self Care Patient & Whanau support as well as Non-Patient work
For repairs or replacements of your roof or spouting, Call us today for a free onsite consultation
Dargaville Bobcat Services
Little River Transport Ltd
Hospice Kaipara are seeking Volunteers from all areas of the Kaipara
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Te Roroa Learning Assistance Annual General Meeting Date: Wednesday 30 April 2014 Time: 3pm Venue: Te Roroa Learning Assistance 22 Gladstone Street Dargaville All Welcome
Kaipara District Council Private Bag 1001 Dargaville 0340 Attention: Mark Schreurs or E: email@example.com P: 09 439 3123 or 0800 727 059 All comments must be received by 5pm on Friday 20 June 2014
April 15 - 2014
KAIPARA LIFESTYLER Agents for
Roper & Jones
We put you first
194 Victoria Street
14 Portland Street
502 Scottys Camp Rd
61 Seaview Road
98 Normanby Street
45 Plunket Street
2 double bdrm unit. Excellent • 3 bedroom bathroom. Spacious open plan • 2 bathroom living. Free standing fire place. • Open plan Private courtyard and small • Fabulous deck amount of grass. Single garage. • Excellent location $180,000 $285,000 RACHAEL DE VRIES 021 943 900
41 Montgomery Avenue
Blue, blue water views. 143m² Build or extend. 8377m² of of floor space. Funky and rural lifestyle. Ideal location on eclectic. Only minutes to the seal. Two paddock for a horse beach. or two Saturday 19th April 2.15pm Saturday 19th April 1.30pm $310,000 $228,000 MICHELLE TOMLINSON 027 339 5937
• Private location • 2 bathroom • Separate lounge • Great location
• 4 bedroom • Fabulous kitchen • 2 titles
24 Kauri Street
68 Tirarau Street
54 Parore Street
11 Sunset Drive
3 bedroom. Open plan living. Modern kitchen. Updated bathroom. Handy to town centre, schools, medical centre, pool & park. Wood burner. $210,000 MICHELLE TOMLINSON 027 339 5937
First home. Polished floors. 3 bedroom. Handy to senior school. Great Buying.
$445,000 RACHAEL DE VRIES 021 943 900
Ex show home, 3 bedrooms Tidy 3 bedroom home in on 9.6 acres (approx). Good great central location. Open decks and established grounds. plan living, separate wet area Single garage plus large ½ shower, 2 toilets, fully rewired round barn. & re-plumbed. 2 car garaging. $360,000 $265,000 CRAIG CLEMENT 021 461 668
Nicely presented 3 bedroom home, close to town centre and schools. Open plan living, wet area bathroom, Kent style fireplace plus insulation.
CRAIG CLEMENT 021 461 668
14 Campbell Terrace
West Coast Road
75 Jellicoe Rd, Ruawai
4 Bledisloe Street
204 Victoria Street
71A Logan Street
• 3 bedroom • Great family home • 1½ bathroom • ¼ acre section • 5½ acres • 3 bedroom • Near new kitchen • 1 bathroom • Amazing fruit orchard • Good sheds $435,000 $185,000 RACHAEL DE VRIES 021 943 900
39A Murdoch St, Dargaville
$245,000 RACHAEL DE VRIES 021 943 900
$178,000 $179,000 MICHELLE TOMLINSON 027 339 5937
5219 State Highway 14
74 Komiti Rd,Tinopai
3 bedroom 1930s’ kiwi bach 3 bedroom bach overlooking on 2568m2, plenty of space marina. Great water views! for cars, tents, boats. View to Large deck, garage, walk to beach. boat & beach. 857m2 site. $215,000 $295,000 REF RJS1495 REF RJS1542 RHODA MORRISON 0274 800 691 / 09 431 6912
7765m2 section with bird’s-eye view. Power, telephone near to levelled building site. Comes with caravan. Awesome spot for weekend or holidays. $115,000 SHEILA BOON 027 498 5651
JILL WILSON 021 505 712
Honest and true, solid and sound weather board. 3 good size bedrooms with wardrobes. The kitchen and dining are open with views. This home will appeal to the gardener who loves to potter, includes glass house. Private and sheltered with landscaped grounds and easy drive to both Dargaville and Whangarei. MICHELLE TOMLINSON 027 339 5937
24 Gallie Rd, Matakohe
Hall Road, Matakohe
1960s weatherboard. Insulated. Gas hob, electric oven. Single garage & rumpus. Fully fenced.
Ready to unlock the door and move in! 3 bedroom home. 2 bathroom including ensuite. Spacious open plan living. Well appointed kitchen. What a great price for a new home. This home will allow the owner to relax and enjoy life.
4 Komiti Rd,Tinopai
Recent renovation. Open plan. New furnishings. 1012m2 section. Insulated.
Huarau Station Road
1.36ha of flat to easy contour divided into approx 6 paddocks. Tidy 3 bedroom split level home, garage with internal access. $339,000
RACHAEL DE VRIES 021 943 900
34 Central Rd, Paparoa
Tidy compact 2 bedroom house on a flat 505m2 section in a quiet private location, open plan sunny covered deck, within walking distance to town. CRAIG CLEMENT 021 461 668
This is a selected FIRST HOME property, reserved for eligible first home buyers! For more information call John or Jill. $180,000 JOHN POWELL 021 439 555
$140,000 JOHN POWELL 021 439 555 JILL WILSON 021 505 712
2382 Ararua Road, Matakohe
47 Merril Road, Paparoa
This is a selected FIRST HOME property, reserved for eligible first home buyers! Receive a government grant towards your deposit. 3 bedroom home. Open plan living. Phone now to view.
30 Norton St,Te Kopuru
100 year old 4 bedroom character villa. Combined living area & separate lounge. Elevated fully fenced section close to school with views of the Northern Wairoa River. CRAIG CLEMENT 021 461 668
This is a selected FIRST HOME property, reserved for eligible first home buyers! For more information call John or Jill. $180,000 JILL WILSON 021 505 712
Colville Road Section
The 3770m2 elevated section is fully fenced, has the right to connect power, phone and water. Private road.
41 Kauri Street
258 Victoria Street
Tidy 3 bedroom home in handy location. Modern kitchen & bathroom, separate lounge. Double garage, fully fenced & level section.
1940s brick and tile home. 3 double bedrooms with a sunroom off the master bedroom. Large separate lounge. Basement garage includes laundry. Excellent location close proximity to local schools. Call John now to arrange a time to view. $229,000 JOHN POWELL 021 439 555
3 Tui Crescent
704m² section at Baylys Beach. Power, phone, water at boundary. Walking distance to shop, café and beach. Selling $40K below valuation.
Grazing/finishing block. 69ha, 10 paddocks, un-permitted cabin which has solar power. 7 dams gravity feeding all troughs. Yards, holding pen and utility shed. $630,000 +GST (IF ANY) JILL WILSON 021 505 712
131 Komiti Rd,Tinopai
334 Neems Rd, Matakohe
REDUCED TO SELL
50ha ex-dairy farm, lime race, Presentable home on 1.1ha. great water supply, old HB, Huge high stud shed. HRV/ 6-bay shed, yards, ramp, barn, designer kitchen. Vege garden/ come to the rescue! grazing. $395,000 $335,000 REF RJRU1545 REF RJS1528 RHODA MORRISON 0274 800 691 / 09 431 6912
13 Kotare Crescent, Pahi
1568m2 section with water and urban views. Walking access to private beach area. Power and telephone to the boundary. $119,500 SHEILA BOON 027 498 5651
MICHELLE TOMLINSON 027 339 5937
110 Victoria Street, Dargaville 143 Hurndall Street, Maungaturoto
7 Blakey Road
43 Devich Road, Mangawhai
Great for the first home buyer or investment property. 814m2 flat section approx 2km from Maungaturoto. 2 bdrm with garaging currently tenanted. $179,000
JOHN POWELL 021 439 555
1.8ha Waterfront Charmer. Character cottage with double garage. Close to Paparoa village down quiet country lane surrounded by neighbouring olive groves. Enjoy peace and privacy. Fish from your own backyard! $399,000 REF RJS1532 RHODA MORRISON 0274 800 691
1000m2 polyhouse in full production. Private & peaceful. Gorgeous 3 bedroom family home. Spectacular stunning views over Mangawhai. Vendor would consider partial swap. $695,000 +GST (IF ANY) GARY MORRIS 021 902 087 JILL WILSON 021 505 712
CRAIG CLEMENT 021 461 668
SELMA PETERS 021 828 402
RHODA MORRISON 0274 800 691
Absolute seclusion here on Treat yourself to this prime 4ha waterfront with character coastal investment. Renovated house, coal range, wetback, 1950s bach with amazing gas hob. Water, large shed. views! Polyhouses. Orchard. $499,000 $445,000 REF RJS1538 REF RJS1551 RHODA MORRISON 0274 800 691 / 09 431 6912
Kellys Bay Beach Front
A fabulous slice of paradise on the waters edge. This road frontage section is 704m2 with sea and harbour views. Call Selma now to arrange a time to view. SELMA PETERS 021 828 402
SHEILA BOON 0274 985 651
Garage & dwelling, 3 bdrm. Situated on title area 1555m2. Currently tenanted $300 per week. Absent vendor seeking 100K below RV. $220,000 +GST (IF ANY)
GARY MORRIS 021 902 087
0800 311 322
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