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VULNERABILITY: Intersection safety for road users was a high priority for Tuesday’s exercise in The Square.
Bus drivers and cyclists offered new perspectives By ALECIA ROUSSEAU Palmerston North has five intersections among the top 100 posing the highest risk to road users according to statistics. An exercised focused on sharing the road held by Horizons Regional Council, Police and New Zealand Transport Agency, saw bus drivers and cyclists swap seats for two hours offering them the chance to view the road from another perspective. HRC road safety co-ordinator Desley Monks said people needed to be aware that despite who was to blame, accidents were something we all wanted to avoid. ‘‘We’re asking people; if you hit or kill someone and it’s their fault, do you feel good about it? No, you don’t.’’
The workshops which have been successfully trialled in Auckland and Wellington, received a great response and allowed bus drivers to cycle one and half laps of The Square while being tailed by two city buses. The first round saw one cyclist have a near miss with a car while two other vehicles almost ‘‘ran up the side of the bus’’. Transit operations manager Luke Aschebrock said the event gave people a chance to see what issues faced those at both ends of the spectrum. ‘‘Sometimes you’ve got to think about the weight ratio between a bus and cyclist; you know who’s going to be worse off.’’ After driving for more than eight years, Mr Aschebrock says
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UCOL strike polarises staff By DALE WICKEN While UCOL staff went on strike last week, a number of staff Tertiary Education Union members continued regular teaching. UCOL and the union have been engaged in pay negotiations for a number of weeks but have yet to come to an agreement. The polytech presented an offer to staff last week that included two additional days of paid leave a year, plus salary increases of up to 2 per cent depending on whether extra Government funding was given. The offer was declined. ‘‘They’ve offered us ‘maybe
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MANFEILD MATTERS By HEATHER VERRY Manfeild chief executive No event at Manfeild has grown as much as the annual extravaganza opening today; as hard as it is to believe now, when the Central Districts’ Field Days kicked off in 1983 it was a small undertaking with perhaps 50 sites in the middle of a paddock. Look at it now. The greater part of the Manfeild circuit is overwhelmed by one of the most popular agricultural, horticultural and rural life off-farm activities within the Central North Island. ‘‘The best day off the farm’’ requires a fulltime event manager, Cheryl Riddell (this is her 18th year) who dedicates 11 months’ work turning our park into a mini town for a week. As soon as the marquees start to come down this Sunday, Cheryl and her team including a supportive core of volunteers, some of whom have helped out right from the very first field days — will be looking toward the 2015 event. Manfeild has worked with Field Days to develop the infrastructure to support this excellent outing. The venue has a permanent maze of power cables, lights and water pipes that the event now simply taps into for each year. The accuracy of establishing the site layout has stepped up to modern technology; no using tape measures and rule of thumb now. The entire layout is determined by laser measuring devices. A great aspect about the CD Field Days is that it allows us to expose Manfeild to a huge count of visitors from beyond the immediate region. It’s a day trip for 40,000 farms and small blocks from Wairarapa, Hawke’s Bay, Taranaki, Wellington and Taupo. There is anecdotal evidence that many people whose first experience of Manfeild through field days subsequently return for other events, whether they are agricultural or of a sporting nature, from equestrian to motorsport. The continued growth of this event continues to bring economic benefit to the region and its longevity is impressive. We’d like to think that the New Zealand Grand Prix at Manfeild is also fitting within that context. We were delighted to win host
rights until 2017, our third consecutive term. Our success is an endorsement of the circuit and venue and the work that has been done since Manfeild Park Trust took over to make Manfeild into a truly national
facility. However, the key ingredient to keeping the GP here has to surely be the massive level of regional goodwill; those who speak against keeping the race here are very few indeed. Our impetus to makes this occasion more of a regional celebration was highlighted this year with the addition of the Manawatu Fireworks Spectacular. The large crowd has reinforced our intention to make this a permanent attraction for the NZGP. We were honoured that the United Fire Brigades’ Association chose Manfeild Stadium as the venue for their national road crash rescue challenge, involving 15 fire rescue crews from around the country. During the four days they were here the crews worked through the bulk of the 100 vehicles that were brought on site for replication of various, increasingly tricky crash scenarios. Against the clock, it made for compelling viewing, but we of course should all recall the extrication and treatment of patients in these scenarios has a serious side everyone should think about. All of this is designed to replicate road crash incidents and exposed the reality of a job that requires bravery, skill and dedication from our communities’ often unsung heroes. Winning is a bonus but the real focus is learning and refining their skills so that when they return home, they are better equipped to respond to the unpredictable range of road crash scenarios they see in real life. ■ Check out the Manfeild website for more events at www.manfeild.co.nz, or visit our Facebook page.
The Ministry of Health pilot project, Primary Care Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme), is now in its third year. The project has seen 85 practitioners in the Manawatu trained to deliver one to one and discussion group interventions to families who want support with everyday general parenting issues — from dealing with disobedience to developing bedtime routines and every parenting issue in between. The programme has now reached over 300 people. This is as a result of great practitioners out in our community delivering the programme, from Dannevirke to Pahiatua and Levin to Otaki, not
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JOIN the Festival of Cultures. with JULIE BOWE Destination Manawatu Our city is full to the brim with visitors as Manfeild hosts the Central District Field Days this weekend. ■ A bit of country comes to town when PNBHS with PNGHS present the classic Frank Loesser musical, Guys and Dolls. This spoof on 1920s-1930s’ gambling and prohibition will woo the audience with its snazzy jazz, soft shoe shuffle and Bronx wannabe gangsters. On at the Speirs Centre over a number of days starting on Thursday, March 13. ■ Come and be a part of the excitement at the Ironman Bullriding Championships at Manfeild. Real cowboys fighting it out against real bulls — bullriding starts 6pm with gates open at 4.30pm. ■ Come and make a lantern to be part of the Festival of Cultures Parade on March 21. Junk and Disorderly (REACT) will show you how on Friday 14 at Downtown Shopping Centre from 4pm. ■ Ten Stockcar teams battle for
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BRINGING OUT THE ART OF WAR By DALE WICKEN With 2014 being the 100 year anniversary for the outbreak of World War I, it’s fitting that the first Centrepoint Theatre production has a war theme. Carl Nixon’s The War Artist tells the story of official New Zealand Army war artist George Edmund Butler. The three-man show features
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Thursday, March 13, 2014
Celebrating women International Women’s Day is a global day to recognise women. It’s a day that has been observed since the early 1900s. Today over 20 countries have made this an official holiday to celebrate this event. We at Te Manawa, are excited to participate in this global day to celebrate the many talented women who Inspire Change, the theme for 2014. The Art Gallery is currently closed for maintenance and will reopen on March 22 with an exciting trio of exhibitions. Black Rainbow will open on the same day and features work by Ralph Hotere alongside Michael Parekowhai’s ornately carved Steinway grand piano. The piano, He Korero mo Te Awanui o Te Motu: story of a New Zealand River, is with us until June 22; Te Manawa invites and encourages the public to come and play it, be an audience while someone else performs, share
some poetry or do some creative writing in the space. Opening March 29: Battle of the Noble Savage, a photography exhibition by Sydney-based artist Greg Semu; and Mauri ora, A Story of Creation
— a glass and light installation by contemporary Maori artist Jaime Boynton. For enquiries about the gallery closure or up and coming exhibitions, please contact Te Manawa on (06) 355-5000.
CALLING ALL QUILTERS the atmosphere proves perfect for displaying these gorgeous works of art among the old vehicles, carriages, drays etc on display.
Find out more: Freyberg Community Pool Thames Street, Palmerston North Phone: 06 354 3856 www.freybergcommunitypool.co.nz
The show runs from tomorrow to Sunday, 9.30am to 5pm, except Sunday with 4pm closing. Adults $5 and children free.
Info Hotline 355 5656
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Second Tuesday and Last Tuesday of Each Month. Morning Tea served from 10am, 10.30am movie. Bookings Essential 25 March: SPINNING PLATES 8 April: BELLE AND SEBASTIAN
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A lovely mixture of bright ﬂowers over the winter and spring. Great in pots or the garden. Good for picking.
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More great garden inspiration at Oderings. Head in-store or visit oderings.co.nz
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Specials valid until 19/03/14 or while stocks last. We cannot sell or redeem Go Gardening gift vouchers. Other vouchers – Yes.
Feilding Kowhai Quilters are holding their show this weekend to show off some of their best quilts. Held in the Coach House museum,
Thursday, March 13, 2014
s s e n i s u B Men In Mike Nixon
Q: what do you think is unique about your business? A: It’s a one-man operation, I do the quoting and the installing so I know what I can and can’t deliver to the customer. Q: What do you enjoy most about your job?
Q: What do you think is unique about your business? A: We strive to be a ONE-STOP Property Maintenance Company where you can get all your Lawn/Garden work done. Q: What do you enjoy most about your job? A: Having the opportunity to make someone’s property look better, meeting different people and working out in fresh air. Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst? A: We are a reliable & reputable business. We do a good job and can offer specialised services Q: What’s your specialty within your business? A: Mainly lawnmowing and garden maintenance but we can offer spraying, fertilising and restoration of lawns as well Q: What advice could you give about your products or services that would beneﬁt the consumer? A: On lawnmowing, never cut your lawns too low – Add fertilizer and get someone who knows what they are doing to do your spraying. Trim trees & shrubs regularly – Too many people don’t know how big their trees and shrubs can get and as sections get smaller so the type of shrubs you plant need to as well. Always ask us if we offer a type of service – If we cant do a job we probably know someone to recommend.
Phone: 06 356 0000 Mobile: 021 842 777
A: Deﬁnitely it’s the people that you meet. My area covers Manawatu, Wanganui and from Masterton north to Dannevirke so I get to visit great homes with great owners around the region. Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst? A: To get piece of mind on the best product to suit their needs.
What do you think is unique about your business? Niche market private training establishment (PTE) specialising in Automotive Pre-Apprenticeship training delivering Free Courses for over 16’s What do you enjoy most about your job? Seeing our students succeed in the Automotive and related industries Why should people come to you ﬁrst? Smaller class sizes and instruction by specialist tutors What’s your specialty within your business? Provide training and company direction What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer? What you get out of this course is directly related to the effort you are prepared to put into it
Phone 06 3573869 • text 0274921118 www.autotraining.co.nz
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Q: What’s your specialty within your business? A: The right product for your house and I carry a lot of stock around so if I come around to quote and your happy with the price I can install on the spot. Q: What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer? A: Hometech is Nationwide business that’s being going 20 years and we offer a range of different products, some of which we give a 10 year warranty. We stand behind all the products we install.
Mike Nixon 0800 HOMETECH
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M 021 358 465 F 06 951 0352 FREEPHONE 0800 765 288 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Men in Business Lyal Brenton : Manager – Palmerston North Methodist Goodwill Ltd Q: What do you think is unique about your business?
A: The Methodist Goodwill operation which I manage, consists of a workshop and second hand retail outlets in Terrace End and Highbury Ave. We have been in operation for 45 years running mainly on community volunteer support. Our main role is to support the Foodbank, Counselling and other programmes provided by Methodist Social Services.
Q: What do you enjoy most about your job?
A: This is a twofold answer, as ﬁrstly I get great satisfaction from being involved in a community service organisation that is making a difference, and secondly I appreciate the 150 or so volunteers that help make our operation the success it is today.
Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst?
A: For our communities we provide a large range of low cost quality second hand clothing, household goods and furniture plus 100% of our proﬁts stay right here in Palmerston North to beneﬁt those same communities.
Q: What’s your speciality within your business?
A: I have compassion for the community in which I live and helping to change people’s lives. Making our community a better place to live has to be good and everyday I look for opportunities to make people smile. I bring a culture of caring and sharing and a belief that everyone has the right to serve their community as best they can.
Q: What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer?
A: The products we sell are given to us by our community, to beneﬁt our community. Whether it be to help families in need or provide quality clothes, furniture and other household items at an affordable price, we have it all.
Goodwill PALMERSTON NORTH
663 Main St, P.O. Box 1887 Ph: 350 1464 Fax: 356 8799
Cell: 027 4783 760 Email: email@example.com
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Men in Business Q: what do you think is unique about your business. A___We Fisher & Paykel Appliances are the only manufacturer that repair there own appliances which makes sense really ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Q: What do you enjoy most about your job? A:__Our customers, meeting so many different people every day and being able to help them by repairing their appliance. ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst? A;___Because I come from Fisher & Paykel Appliances it makes sense to use me to repair your Fisher & Paykel, Elba or Haier Appliance and we use a ﬂat rate service fee no confusing or messy house call fees ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Q: What’s your specialty within your business A:___Providing friendly and timely service and of course repairing all types of Fisher & Paykel, Elba and Haier Appliances ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Q: What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer? A: __If your having or think you have a problem with you’re your Fisher & Paykel, Elba or Haier Appliance give our 24/7 call centre a call and one of our friendly team can help with the problem or book a service call for me. Just ring 0800 372 273 ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________
0800 FP CARE • 0800 37 2273 CALL US 24/7 www.fisherpaykel.co.nz
Q: What do you think is unique about your business. A: I am the owner and operator of my business. The end result matters to me as much as it does to the customer. Q: What do you enjoy most about your job? A: I enjoy working with the customer to ensure that my work is everything they had envisioned the job to be . It is very rewarding to be able to see the end result and to see that the customer is happy. Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst? A: I am a fully qualiﬁed tiler with years of experience. I am customer focused and will make sure the job is done to a high quality from start to ﬁnish. Q: What’s your specialty within your business A: My business covers not just basic tiling but intricate and tricky tiling, home renovations, as well as jobs that require a lot of prep such as ﬂoor grinding.
Q: what do you think is unique about your business. A: Arboriculture is an extremely specialised occupation, like any profession it requires a great level of training to be able to provide a high quality service to the client. This is what makes Guardian tree services unique . Established over 20 years ago we have constantly been the industry leaders in providing Palmerston North City and the greater Manawatu with cutting edge tree care ______________________________ Q: What do you enjoy most about your job? A: Working in, on and around trees. The pleasure in working with trees within the urban forest is a privilege. While it is physically and at times mentally demanding it is also extremely rewarding on so many levels. Arboriculture is so young as an industry , the art of tree management is one of the fastest evolving industries in the world, what is there not to enjoy?__________________________________________________________ Q: Why should people come to you ﬁrst? A: Because we are passionate about your trees, we truly care and we understand the importance of a balanced approach between client and tree. Our reputation proceeds us, we are the professionals you can trust to deliver the best out come , over 1000 clients per year can’t be wrong. Q: What’s your specialty within your business A: Being able to tackle any tree or garden management issue, no job is to big or small. We understand how to prune and manage trees and shrubs from Roses to Redwoods. We have great staff who operate a wide range of specialty equipment which is speciﬁcally designed to undertake any tree management project.We respect you and your personal environment. ________________________________________________________________ Q: What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer? A: Trees are long lived organisms , we are only Guardians of them. While we have the beneﬁt of enjoying them now we need to protect and manage them correctly for the future generations to enjoy. Our service will do this at the highest level. The beneﬁt to you the customer is that you have managed to enhance your personal environment while leaving a legacy for the people to come. This I believe is a wonderful gift and beneﬁts the customer physically and emotionally. Our service gives a healthy balance between the customers needs and the long term well being of the tree._______________________________
Q: What advice could you give about your product or service that would beneﬁt the consumer? A: Don’t just choose your tile layer by price, as more often than not you get what you pay for. Choose someone who is passionate about their job, and make sure they have years of qualiﬁed experience. Phone: 027 540 5500 www.danthetilerman.co.nz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Highly qualiﬁed, reliable, satisfaction assured
For competitive quotes and advice Darryl Judd 027 445 0316 Jonas Muller 027 217 0799 Diplomas in Arboriculture
We have been rebuilding wood burners for the last 15 years using a laboratory tested method of repair that meets the AS/NZS building codes thus extending the life of your existing wood burner. The outcome is less wood fuel and better heat output. We also do on site wood burner WOF safety checks which are accepted by all local authorities. To be able to go back and service a heating system for existing clients and to service other clients where there is no service available. Phone 06 356 4729. Because of our knowledge of wood burners, rebuild and installed with a 5 year warranty plus we sell and install new wood burners/ boilers with the best manufacturers warranty and can match the price of the bulk warehouse outlets. We have the Aarrow wood burners that come with the manufacturers 25 year warranty – the others are 15 year warranty. Our speciality is Radiator heating and/or Underﬂoor heating using wood ﬁred boilers to heat the house and domestic hot water along with Solar hot water. The wood ﬁred boilers range from 7.5kw – 25kw and 28kw – 40kw output to water. Research the heating systems available to understand what is available to give the best outcome. Manawatu Heating and Solar is a Distributor for SunFlow In-ﬂoor, Radiator and Solar systems which is a nationwide business that have installed over 7,000 underﬂoor/ central heating systems in NZ. Other heat sources are available including air to water heat pumps, diesel boilers and gas boilers.
Manawatu Heating & Solar Phone David 06 356 4729 Showroom 989 Kairanga Bunnythorpe Rd, Palmerston North Email: email@example.com www.manawatuheatingandsolar.co.nz
HERES MY CARD Thursday, March 13, 2014
Latham Lockwood Property Consultant
If you are looking for a local expert whose service is only a phone call away, you will ﬁnd them on this ‘CUT OUT & KEEP’ page.
267 Broadway Avenue, P O Box 1839 Palmerston North, New Zealand
Office 06 353 7274 Mobile 027 47 46 202 Anytime 06 354 6202 firstname.lastname@example.org www.watsonproperty.co.nz Watson Real Estate Ltd, Licensed Real Estate Agents (REAA 2008)
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75 Milson Line – Over the Bridge Monday - Friday 6.30am - 6pm Saturday 7am - 4pm
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Hayley Marsh Manager Palmerston North
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Tastes of the UK in the Milson Shopping Centre Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm Wednesday 10am - 5.30pm, Sunday 10am - 4pm
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Thursday, March 13, 2014
SERVICES DIRECTORY Finance available with GroutPro GroutPro now offers a 12 month interest free finance package with GE Finance so you don’t have the pressure of paying the full amount all at once. Take advantage of this new offer with any of GroutPro’s range of professional tile, grout maintenance and cleaning services. Graeme and his team use GroutPro’s own range of professional quality products and offer a range of services including: ■ Professional tile and grout cleaning. ■ Grout re-colouring (colour-seal of new and old grout). ■ Tile and grout sealing. ■ Tile and grout repairs.
■ Silicone replacement. ■ Tile anti-slip treatments. ■ Shower glass restoration. ■ Garage carpeting (pictured, before and after). Garage carpeting is a warm, comfortable quiet solution for the garage, laundry, home gym, sleepout or man cave. It won’t rot, smell or stain and significantly reduces the dust and dirt that is tracked into the home. For a limited time only, Graeme is offering a free measure and quote as well as free installation for garage carpeting. Give GroutPro a call for a free quote today on (06) 357-2102 or 021 069-6540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nice Tiles, Ugly Grout? Don’t put up with it any longer!
Smith & Sons are professional renovation builders who provide quality renovations from concept to completion - on time and to budget.
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Call Graeme on 06 357 2101
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Thursday, March 13, 2014
Rubbish removers make life that little bit easier Do you have rubbish that’s cluttering up your section? Sick of that pile of junk in the backyard? Rubbish and Junk Removers can come to your service! They were set up for that exact purpose — to help those who don’t have the transport, time or capabilities to have their rubbish and junk removed. Rather than sorting out an expensive skip bin, get John and his team to come to your aid. They pick up any materials and take them away, giving you free space for whatever else you want to do. Simply ring 0800586 548
(0800 JUNKIT) and John will pay you a visit to give you a quote. If you like the quote, they’ll do the job. It’s as easy as that. Rubbish and Junk Removers are in the throes of working with the council regarding recycling. They’ve talked to local organisations about giving good items to the less fortunate, so you can be assured that anything of use won’t be wasted. Recycling is a main priority of the business and the only thing they don’t pick up are hazardous goods. So if you want to get rid of any unwanted junk, don’t hesitate to give John a call on 0800 JUNKIT.
Goodbye to gutter mess Guttervac is the answer
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Call Phil Smith 357 4914 or 027 210 4150
Dittmer Collision Repair • Crash repair Specialists • Motorcycle repair • One stop panel & paint Approved by all insurance companies
934 Tremaine Ave, Palmerston North Ph: 356 8218
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Have your roof professionally sprayed by a rooftiler with 30 years experience in ﬁtting new & maintaining old roofs. The product used is manufactured by one of New Zealands leading roof companies
Prices range from: For a free quote Phone Neville $120 for a small Roof Maintenance Ltd Prices quoted are approximate rates only. 2 Bedroom home to Height, pitch and amount of growth may $250 for a 4 Bedroom home with garage. effect prices.
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We do all of the work for you by removing almost anything, from green waste, old ofﬁce furniture to building waste & general rubbish...
Karen on 06 355 8161 or 0800 116 016 or direct to Roger on 027 625 8180 Member of PMANZ & ERMA approved
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All products & treatment procedures applied by a Certiﬁed Approved Handler. We treat for ﬂies, spiders, ants, cockroaches, bedbugs, ﬂeas, wasps, rodents & everything in between ‘Call us today for prompt, friendly service’
& Commercial property owners • We arrive at your property,
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SUPPORT group for people bereaved by suicide. This group, facilitated by a counsellor from ACROSS Social Services, meets once a fortnight in Palmerston North. The group is for people affected by the loss of someone through suicide. People have found real benefit in being in a group with others who can share their experience. Enquiries can be made by contacting Rose Allan or Graeme Munford on (06) 356 7486. www.across.org.nz MANAWATU Supporting Families In Mental Illness, we provide support, advocacy and education to families affected by mental illness. Just as other forms of illness affect other members of a family, so to does schizophrenia, Bipolar disorder, clinical depression and anxiety/phobias. This is a free confidential service to families and the community please Phone 3558561. WOMEN’S HEALTH COLLECTIVE: BY WOMEN FOR WOMEN - FREE health information, pregnancy testing, cervical smears(limited access), support, referral, advocacy. LOWER COST: Counsellors, complementary health practitioners for women and children. Open Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm, 53 Waldegrave Street, phone 357 0314, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.pnwomensheath.org.nz BUJINKAN DOJOS NINJUTSU. Study this unique Martial Art under Internationally qualified Black Belt Instructors. Effective Self Defence Skills for all ages, male and female. Armed and unarmed combat, traditional and modern day weapons. Studied by Police, Military, Security and Civilians for todays Self Protection Needs. Phone 354 3845 LINEN and Victoriana. We present for your perusal hand-worked items of a gentler age-heritage linen including table cloths, dollies,bed-linen, also charmingly pin-tucked unmentionables and christening gowns. Refresh your bottom drawer! Yesterday’s treasures, 22nd March 10-12pm, Leisure Centre,Ferguson Street.
Harvest Baptist Church Location & Time for Services: 702 Main Street, Palmerston North Bible Classes For Everyone - Sunday 9:45am Morning Service - Sunday 11:00am Evening Service - Sunday 5:00pm Prayer & Bible Study - Wednesday 6:15pm
For Information Contact: Pastor Guy E. Bankston Phone: (06) 355 8333 Cell: 021-203-7170
What’s On In Friendly Feilding
Friday Mar 14 Central Districts Field Days 2014 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Manfeild Feilding Farmers Market 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Manchester Square Feilding Saleyards Tours 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Feilding Saleyards Ironman Bullriding Championship 6:00 PM, Manfeild The Learner’s Stand 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM, Feilding Little Theatre Saturday Mar 15 Central Districts Field Days 2014 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Manfeild Vineyard Afternoon with Uncle Monkey 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Pohangina Valley Estate Swing Dance with Manawatu Jazz Club Big Band 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM, Rangitikei Club The Learner’s Stand 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM, Feilding Little Theatre Sunday Mar 16 The Learner’s Stand 3.30 PM, Feilding Little Theatre Coming Events Apr 02 - 05 For Today 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM, FAHS Feilding High School - Churcher St. Tickets phone 06 323 4029 or email email@example.com. Exhibitions Friday Mar 14, Saturday Mar 15, Sunday Mar 16 Feilding Kowhai Quilters present ‘Quilts at the Coach House’ 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Coach House Museum - 121 South St. Adults - $5.00, High School & Under - $0.00
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RECOVERY-CHURCH at The Salvation Army, Church Street Palmerston North. Every Tuesday night 7.00pm-8.pm. For all those who need encouragement, help in getting their lives together in situations of recovering from alcohol, gambling, broken relationships etc. For more information phone 358 7455. ALL WELCOME! SINGING FOR CHILDREN Group classes for children 5-12 years to learn singing and stage craft in a safe, supportive environment. Classes are held at The Regent On Broadway on Tuesdays at 4pm. For further information contact: Stephanie Harmsworth on (027-738-1439) or you can email her at email@example.com TAIJI & Qigong promote mind-body harmony, improve health, balance, and reduce stress. Special breathing techniques help to strengthen lungs. BEGINNERS CLASSES: Monday Awapuni Community Centre, Newbury Street, Palmerston North. 6.45pm; Wednesdays, Leisure Centre 569 Ferguson st 10.15am. First lesson free. JEWELLERY and Haberdashery. A great selection of retro and modern jewellery, and of old sewing bits and pieces, all of which are beautifully presented. Will be on sale at Yesterdays treasures, 22nd March 10-2pm, Leisure Centre, Ferguson Street, Palmerston North. MEDITATION Free talk, Sunday 16th March, 11am, The Cooperage, 723 Main Street, Palmerston North. Weekend course, 4-6 April (Friday to Sunday). See www.nowspace.co.nz or contact Prasada (firstname.lastname@example.org, 0272 237 643) for more information. PARENTING in a Blended Family - Parenting someone else’s children. This is a workshop for couples, with solution and strategies for parenting as a non-nuclear combination of adults and children. 9.30am-4pm on a Saturday March. $25 (lunch provided). Register with parentline 355 1655 RETRO Clothing, Furs and Accessories. Relive the nostalgia of big skirts and stiff petticoats, of hats,gloves and seamed stockings, of flares and crimpelene, of shoulder pads. Yesterdays treasures a sale of memories. 22nd March 10-2pm, Leisure Centre, Ferguson Street. GLASS and collectibles. Are always interesting sections of our sale. Perfume bottles, dishes, vases, glasses etc; old kitchenware, household items, dolls and prams, various memorabilia. Yesterday’s treasures. 22 March, 10-2pm, Leisure Centre, Palmerston North. A sale of memories. TEA for two. Lovingly polished silverware and selected items of retro china will compete for your attention! From cutlery to candelabra, from nic nacs to meat platters it’s all there. Yesterday’s treasures sale, 22nd March 10-2pm Leisure Centre, Ferguson Street. TEENAGED AND PREGNANT, then this group is for you. We provide food, fun, information about labour, birth, parenting and life skills in a friendly environment. Venue The pregnancy Centre, 3 Amesbury St, Palmerston North. Tuesday evenings 5pm-7pm. Cost FREE. Just "pop in" or Phone 354 2273 ST.MARK’S fair, Saturday 15 March 8.30-11.30am @ 117 Collage Street. Cakes, sweets, jams, produce.Household goods, linen, furniture, books, toys,plants. Raffle, piklets,sausage sizzle, easter baskets. WHAKARONGO School Gala. Sunday 23 March 10am-2pm, Cnr Stoney Creek & Napier Road. Food, raffles, cakes & sweets, book and toys, rides and displays. Fun for everyone. Come along and enjoy the day 50+ single club to meet like minded people to wine and dine once a month. Cell 021 258 8085.
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CLAIRVOYANT Stage Medium, Cheryl Robin Freeman is available for consultation Friday 28th March, Saturday 29th March, Monday 31st March at Inspire Me. Bookings essential Phone 027 222 4002.
PALMERSTON North healing rooms. All Saints on the Square, Wednesday 12pm-2pm,Tuesday 7.30pm8.30pm. No appointments, No charge.Closed school holidays. Prayer changes things.
KORYU Jujutsu-Old samurai arts pre dating the Edo CLAIRVOYANT Demonstration this Sunday at Era (pre 1600’s), practice covers all aspects of self10.30am. Healing with Lisa Ross from Feilding. At defence,weaponry,philosophy and history. Phone: the Caledonian Hall, Weld Street, Feilding 323 8161 or Email: email@example.com.
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In the community
DANCE competition organised by the Palmerston North Dance Association to be held at the Regent On Broadway on March 28th,29th and 30th. Friday Evening at 6.30. Saturday sessions 8.30am, 1pm and 6pm. Sunday 8.30am and 1pm. Special young performer classes 1pm Saturday (ballet) and 4pm sunday (tap) nominees form these classes will represent PNDA at the prestigious PACNZ young performer awards in October in Palmerston North. The competition covers both group and individual classes featuring classical ballet contemporary jazz and hiphop dance styles. Over 100 competitions from around the North Island. Ticket sales Ticket Direct Regent Adult $3, Child $2.50 per session. Further information contact Michelle 06 356 6802
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Big Happy 1st Birthday
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TIRITEA SCHOOL PTA would like to thank all our supporters of the Monster Garage Sale 2014. Raffle winners are: 1st place: Lew Davies #0966, 2nd place: Ropes #0939, 3rd place: Liz Shand #0162.
CALLING All artists Fadas art awards April, and Manawatu Art Expo July. Entry forms available now. Phone 323 2323
EXPERIENCED house cleaner available. Anything considered, ironing ect. $20 p/h. Honest and reliable. References available. Call Sharon on 359 4116 or 027 220 6906.
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WET pine $250 for 3.6 cubes delieverd. Also dry firewood available. Phone: 0212248717 or (06) 357 9104.
Pets TOY Poodles pure bred, home raised, 2 boys, 1 girl, 2 dark, 1 choc. Please phone 06 363 7811.
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Business Opportunities RETAIL space available in Bulls $45 p/w. Email
International Student Homestay Manager 15 hours per week (fixed term) We are seeking a Homestay Manager for our International Student Department. This role will require you to have the following skills: ● Strong interpersonal skills backed by excellent communication skills ● Ability to use initiative and work under pressure ● An understanding of or experience with International students Hours of work will be negtiated with the successful applicant A copy of the job description and application pack is available on our website, ww.stpeterspn.school.nz. Applications close at 4pm Thursday 20th March 2014. Address all applications to:
Ruahine Kindergarten Association Inc. Kindergarten Annual General Meeting 2014. Wednesday 9th April at 7.30pm, St Alban’s Church, 339 Albert Street, Palmerston North. Specific Kindergarten AGMs are detailed on our website: www.ruakind.org.nz. All interested are welcome to attend.
PINE firewood for sale, 2 cube metres $120. Free delivery to Palmerston North, Longburn, Sanson and Feilding customers. Pine cones $6 a bag. Contact Aaron on 027 356 3620.
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Photographic Competition Want to be part of Palmerston North's newest and largest Playland, climbing centre and café or newest community Veterinary Centre and Pet Store? Here is your opportunity to show what you can do with a camera and publicly display your photo-art. Take a selﬁe doing crazy stuff on a bike, skateboard, scooter or anything else or a photograph of you and your favourite animal and e mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org There are great prizes to be won including; Family Entry Pass to the Republic & full passes for the climbing Grotto and our portable 9m high rock. There are some challenges in life that just need to be done! 10 Prizes to give away. Entries Close Saturday 28th March 2014
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