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Shoe fits: Pages 2-3 FEATURED INSIDE: OUR PEOPLE Blacksmith and farrier Ryan Harris-Hayes has made an art of shoeing horses

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cover photo SHOE FITS: Ryan Harris-Hayes checks a shoe fits the horse he is shoeing . Photo Julie Amundsen

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by Lorraine Wilson Ryan Harris-Hayes can replicate the clippity-clop of a horse perfectly. If you’re not watchful, the soft rhythmic thuds of a “three-beat” canter can have you turn to look for an oncoming horse before realising it’s just Ryan, tapping on the kitchen bench to explain a different gait to the equine-uninitiated. Ryan is a farrier and a blacksmith with a passion for his work extending well beyond any semblance of a regular job. The 30-year-old Kawerau man, comparatively young in his niche industry, is highly regarded, already considered to be one of New Zealand’s best, and is gaining increasing international attention. From the rural property he shares with partner Hinemoa and their three children, evidence of Ryan’s all-consuming occupation is everywhere. Construction of a long-awaited workshop is under way, but currently, the garage holding the heart of his livelihood, his forge and many specially crafted tools, is struggling to do its job, the excess spilling out. The property is busy. Half a dozen of the family’s own horses are nearby in a paddock and the family’s three beloved dogs patrol around the house. There are vehicles, trailers. A large horse float includes living quarters to ferry the family and horses to summer rodeo events. Hinemoa competes in barrel racing, Ryan, in roping, and the children are all horse sports competitors.

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Yet while a lot is going on at the family property, it’s clear that Ryan Harris-Hayes is very focused – focused on being the best farrier he can be and focused on producing his own range of high-quality farrier tools, that, like his farriery work itself, are becom-

ing internationally recognised. Ryan took up farriering a decade ago, the age-old equine occupation specialising in hoof care and shoeing, often combined with the occupation he added soon after, blacksmithing, a trade that enables him to craft his own horseshoes, his own tools, and other items as well. For Ryan, work as a farrier is not just an occupation, it’s a way of life.

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“I’ve always loved horses,” he says. “It goes back to when I was a kid. My aunty and uncle had a horse and I always wanted to go there and ride it and other relatives had horses, too.” As he grew older, there were many adventures to come; “pig hunting on horseback with my uncle,” that further cemented his love of the animals. Ryan left school to become a shearer, and later, a shepherd. “I was getting more involved with riding though,” he says. “Riding horses for other people, often the bucky ones.” When a farrier arrived at a farm where Ryan was working, sparking less than enjoyable childhood memories

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OUR PEOPLE DOCTOR’S VISIT: Left, on his recent tour of New Zealand, renowned British equine clinician Dr Simon Curtis, met with Ryan at his Kawerau property. Photos supplied

THE RIGHT FIT: Opposite page, just like fitting a human for new shoes, it is important a horse’s shoes are fitted correctly. RYAN’S HAMMERS: Opposite-below, Ryan’s handcrafted farrier hammers are becoming increasingly sought after both within New Zealand and overseas. FORGE: Below, Ryan hammers a shoe on his anvil with his forge in the background.

of helping relatives to shoe their horses, Ryan says he was dead keen to see how it would be done. The day would prove to be defining, and life changing.

excel, and to do this well, you need to have a lot of knowledge.” He speaks of the direct relationship between farriering and anatomy.

He says shoeing horses hadn’t been a popular job for young family members. “If my uncle said ‘okay, I need some help to shoe the horses tomorrow,’ a fair few people would disappear.” It was hard work he says. “The old Kiwi way. rope up one of the legs, get the horse down, and work like hell. It was hard work and stressful for us and the horses. It was the only way I had ever seen it done.”

Aside from making standard horseshoes, Ryan makes corrective horseshoes to address problems that have arisen in hooves as a result of specific issues, injuries, or genetic abnormalities in a horse’s leg.

As Ryan watched the professional farrier go about the work in an altogether different way, shoeing horses at a speed many times faster than he’d ever seen, he says he was mesmerised. “That farrier looked like a magician to me. He had all the right tools, he was relaxed, the horse was relaxed, and I’d never seen anything like it. I was hooked right away. Right then and there I thought, ‘that is what I want to do’.”

becoming a certified farrier practitioner and member of the New Zealand Farriers Association, his quest for excellence, his commitment and dedication since, has seen him rise through the ranks and earn both national and international acclaim in each of his chosen professions.

A decade on now, Ryan has followed through on that decision, and more. Completing his apprenticeship in Taranaki and

Ryan has a passion for knowledge and understanding of horse anatomy. “I want to be really good at what I do, I want to

NOTE FROM THE EDITOR Some people turn their jobs into an artform and it can be a real joy to watch such a craftsman at work. This week we meet blacksmith and farrier Ryan Harris-Hayes whose love for his job had driven him to the top of his field. We also meet some students who have just returned from Shibukawa, in Japan, which Whakatane High School has a special friendship with. We have photos from last weekend’s Te Teko spring race meet and the Muriwai Tournament in Opotiki. And finally, we look ahead to the upcoming Tauranga Arts Festival. Enjoy.

“Everything comes down to the hoof. In the wild, if a horse develops a major problem with a hoof, ultimately, it dies.” He says wracking his brain about a specific foot problem extends well out of work hours. “It occupies a lot of my time, the thinking, being out at the forge making special shoes, the studying.”

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Currently undertaking an American course of study paper to gain further in-depth knowledge of horse anatomy, he says he will follow that with study papers from Australia and Britain. “When I approach an unsound horse, I want all the knowledge I can to fix it.” And there is more. Continued on page 4

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farrier’s tools in demand Continued from page 3 In his quest for excellence, Ryan competes in national-wide farrier competitions, several of which are staged each year by the New Zealand Farriers Association, attracting overseas entries. “I love competing. I’m driven to be really good at what I do and competing is a really good way to improve your skillset.” Ryan began making his mark in competitions early in his career. As an apprentice, he won an individual section in the South Pacific-TransTasman competition, and as part of a three-man team, won the event overall. “It was a major coup,” he says, with the team overall having considerably less experience than others. He competed in the individual section of the same event in Australia, held soon after, missing out on first place by a quarter of a point and in June of this year, won a major national forging competition, beating New Zealand’s top competitors. Later this year he will compete in the New Zealand Farriers Association Nationals and is planning to compete in the world’s biggest farrier competition in Australia next year. His recognition as a strong competitor and master tool maker precedes him.

become internationally renowned with a waitlist of several months now existing for his forged farrier nail hammers, alone. “They’re going all over the place,” he says, including to Simon Curtis, a hailed British farrier who has written a thesis and several books on hoof care and who travels the world running clinics for veterinarians and farriers. On a recent trip to New Zealand, Simon travelled to Kawerau to meet Ryan. He’s been invited to host forging seminars in Australia and to tutor farrier courses in New Zealand, but everything, he says, needs to fit around his daily work, the core of everything he does, tending to the hooves of horses. “Being a farrier is hard work. It’s very physical, you need to be fit and really committed. But it’s really rewarding too. Going back to see a horse that had problems when I put shoes on it six weeks ago, and seeing the benefits and improvement to that horse, is just awesome.” So committed is Ryan that early this year, he sacrificed something he’d been enjoying for many years – cold beers at the end of a working day. The beers, the number of which had steadily increased, he says, are no longer part of his day.

Held as part of the Royal Brisbane Show (EKKA), competition organisers have already asked Ryan if he would kindly donate one of his sought-after, hand-crafted tools to be auctioned for charity.

“I decided if I wanted to give my best, and to compete properly, I needed to give up. I’d been placing for a long while and often just missing out on first place. I wanted to do better than that. I needed to give the beers away, for fitness, for my career, and for my family.”

It’s a practice that has become his habit at national events, raising several hundreds of dollars on each item for New Zealand charities, and in particular, for the NZ Child Cancer Foundation.

He says the benefits of his decision came quickly. “I noticed it right away. I felt fitter, more focused.”

Ryan began making his own tools several years ago, the popularity eventually leading to his making them to sell. These days his tools have

FITTING: Above, Ryan Harris-Hayes fits a shoe to the hoof of a horse.

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BESPOKE: Left, Ryan began making his own farrier’s tools several years ago and they have become sought after around the world.

In the middle of this year, Ryan won a major national forging competition he’d long been chasing.

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tournament success The 35th Muriwai Tournament took place last week across several Opotiki locations. The tournament, in which hapu from across the rohe of Muriwai compete in a variety of sports, was a huge success according to organiser Tracy Hillier.

“The bringing together of whanau from across the rohe of Muriwai and beyond to compete in this tournament is a special time and we had a fantastic atmosphere of whakawhanaungatanga,” she says. “This year was remarkable for the fair play and exemplary conduct of the teams and players – a real credit to their hapu. It was immensely enjoyable.

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Shibukawa hospitality by Sue Whale Every year, since 1992, a group of students from Shibukawa, Japan, accompanied by a teacher, an education official and a translator, visit Whakatane High School. The town of Shibukawa has an official friendship relationship with Whakatane, while Kamagaya has a sister city relationship. Tania Samal has organised the annual Shibukawa group visits to Whakatane since 2014 and built up friendships with the teachers and education officials who accompany the groups. She visited Shibukawa with a mayoral delegation and a group from the high school in 2017. Tania, who is also a member of Whakatane’s sister city committee, organised and led the 2019 Whakatane-Shibukawa friendship trip. I accompanied the group, consisting of Maia Harpur, Manaia Tukukino, Caleb Soutar, Wha-

tonga Raki, Gemma Baldey, Chloe Samal, Natalie McLay, Kikiwa Tua-Swain and Kate Gow. Some of the students have studied or are studying Japanese at school. Tania’s uncle, Alan, came along as well. The trip started with sightseeing in Tokyo, a visit to the Skytree (a very tall skytower), a Buddhist temple, a Taiko drumming lesson, watching Sumo wrestlers, eating delicious Japanese food and going shopping. The temperatures were about 30 degrees throughout the trip. The Rugby World Cup was a topic of conversation everywhere. A television advertisement for the insurance company that supports the All Blacks showed several of our players rescue Japanese people from danger in try dives, hilarious. We rejoiced with the Japanese people when their team, the Brave Blossoms, won against Ireland. The next stop was Shibukawa. The group was honoured with several formal ceremonies of welcome. Walking into the town hall and being applauded by every employee in the building

while they stood shoulder to shoulder, forming a path of honour, was quite overwhelming. Speeches of welcome were held by local dignitaries of the city council, including the mayor and education board officials. The friendship between Whakatane and Shibukawa was recognised and strengthened in these speeches. Tania spoke in response and the group sang the waiata, Toia Mai. Gifts were exchanged. The students stayed for four nights with homestay families who went out of their way to show our students the local sights and entertain them. One family even took the bullet train to Tokyo to take their student to Disneyland. The international friendship group organised a barbecue in a park for the visitors and about 100 locals, many of them immigrants. A group of American Jet teachers also joined in. They stay for two years and teach English at one of the schools. From time to time, New Zealand teachers join this programme. The Japanese barbecue consisted of thin slices of beef, mushrooms, pumpkin and bean sprouts – delicious. Games were played by everyone, which had people mixing and talking to each other. Sunday was spent enjoying the tourist sites of the area: Lake Haruna, walking the long stone staircase leading up to a shrine in the neighbouring hillside spa town of Ikaho, visiting a Ramen restaurant and art museums. The mayor told us that the New Zealand Olympic team will be based at Shibukawa for their lead-up camp for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. We told him that he would meet Lisa Carrington from Whakatane then.

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The whole group visited Seisui High School and the Whakatane students enjoyed the after-school activities like listening to a superb brass band and having a go at archery and drumming. The adults were treated to dinners every night and tried various styles of delicious Japanese food. The teachers who had visited Whakatane, organised the restaurant visits and paid back the hospitality extended to them by Tania and others. A visit to a junior high school and elementary school gave the Whakatane contingent a good idea of how school is structured in Japan and they saw some of the lessons in progress. Sue was given a copy of the art curriculum.

school, joining in exercises for the whole school to start the day and a long school day were some of the differences noticed by the group. Lessons are more formal, everyone does the same thing and the teachers teach from the front. The American Jet teacher at the elementary school organised the English lesson to include the students and adults and that was fun for everyone. The Whakatane students were overwhelmed with the hospitality and generosity of the hosts and everyone they met. The Shibukawa Education Board has recorded the details of every visit to Whakatane in a thick ledger. They take the objectives of intercultural learning and friendship to promote peace, seriously and expressed their wish that this will continue with the new Whakatane council and mayor. The Shibukawa district council includes the annual visit to Whakatane in their budget so that the parents of the students who travel, only have to pay a small amount. Whakatane parents of students who travel to Shibukawa have to pay the full amount themselves. This is why our visits to Shibukawa are not as frequent as theirs to us. A sushi train restaurant visit for lunch was another highlight. Tears were shed when the time came to leave the hosting families, teachers and interpreters. The group then travelled to Osaka and enjoyed a visit to Universal Studios and the huge, multi-storied aquarium which features a couple of whale sharks among many other amazing small and large sea creatures. Some of the students had never been overseas before and it was a truly amazing experience for everyone. SIGHTSEEING: Opposite, clockwise from topleft, giving archery a go; Hogwarts Universal Studio; making the Shibukawa news; Manaia, Gemma, Maia and Kate at the Skytree; Lake Haruna and Demboin temple.

Sue Whale is director of international students and art teacher at Whakatane High School and a member Whakatane District Council’s sister city committee.

Meanwhile, the students were taken to their host brothers and sisters’ schools to spend half a day watching lessons and joining in activities. Taking your shoes off and putting on slippers as you enter the

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bright lights in October From the 1920s Edwin Hubble was the first astronomer to work out its distance by using the Red Shift and a Cepheid variable star he found in one of its spiral arms as a yardstick. From that point on, more intensive studies have revealed a lot more about, not only it, but the many other millions of galaxies that have more recently been discovered.

by Norman Izett During the past month, the Earth has moved about 77,220,000,000 kilometres further along our orbit around the Sun at a speed of 29.8km a second, equal to 8.4 Earths side by side an hour.

But in the case of M31, it has been estimated our two galaxies are on a collision course at the astonishing speed of 110 kilometres a second, 396,000kmh. At that rate, they will be melding together in around 4.8 billion years time. It will take many thousands of years to form a far larger elliptical galaxy. By this time our Sun, which is presently halfway through its life, will have used up nearly all its hydrogen and will have expanded considerably, roasting the inner planets out to Mars, and well on its way to its inevitable end.

As a result, the bulk of the Milky Way, our galaxy, is now decidedly in the western sky. and due to the lengthening days along with daylight saving, we have to wait increasingly later each night now before the brighter stars can be seen. If you have a good north-west horizon, Vega, in Lyra can be seen very low at this time. Further north is the fainter star, Deneb, in Cygnus. These two form the narrow base of the northern Summer Triangle, with the brighter Altair much higher up. These three stars are virtually in the plane of the milky way, which has become harder to make out if you live in town due to the light pollution we have.

Charles Messier,1730-1817, was a French Astronomer who produced his catalogue of all the fuzzy objects, the expanding blobs of the ionised gas remnants from exploded stars he was finding, and named them numerical order with the prefix M.

NEIGHBOURING GALAXIES: An image of 20 exposures through a modest telescope and processed by the renowned astro-photographer Robert Gendler shows the large spiral galaxy, M31 with M32, lower right, and the smaller M110, centre-left, at 2574, 2489, and 2674 million light-years respectively.

The winged horse, Pegasus, dominates the north-east portion of the sky, while lower down we find Aries. Just coming into telescope view is M31, the Andromeda galaxy. Around to the east and south-east, Eridanus (the river) continues its meandering trail right across the sky, ending at the star Achernar, which has climbed higher now on its closer orbit around the South Celestial Pole. Just below, the giant star Canopus has reappeared once more, climbing higher again in the south-east each night. Higher above and in the best viewing period is M47 Tucana, the lovely globular cluster that contains around three million stars. These appear as a tight bunch due to their 1600-light-year distance from us. Then, much higher, is the younger triple star system Fomalhaut at 25.11 light years. Over to the south-west we run into the bulk of the visible Milky Way that is presently curving downwards to the horizon. The standout constellation more to the west there is Scorpius, with giant star Antares, at 619.7 light years in its body, is now plunging headfirst towards the horizon with the centre of our galaxy, Sagittarius, just above its tail. Due south and very low are Alpha and Beta Centaurus, both pointing the head of the cross and third brightest star there, Delta Crucis. The others are named in the international astronomical tradition from ancient times with the Greek Alphabet in order of brightness. So, clockwise from the foot of the cross, we have Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Gamma, with Epsilon Crucis, the fifth and faintest star there. Carina is also in that region, scudding across the southern horizon due south, soon to start curving up again as the year progresses.

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Regarding the bright lights. Jupiter is presently at 5.704 astronomical units (An astronomical unit is 150 million kilometres.) and rising at 9.40am. It is well over to the west in Ophiuchus by now and inching ever closer to the more distant Saturn, presently at 10.117au, cruising along in Sagittarius, rising nearly two hours later at 11.26am. Mars is rising at 6am just ahead of the sun, which rises at 6.28am mid-month. It is right on the opposite side of the sun from us and 2.600au. As a result it can’t be seen. The exciting news, however, is that Venus is once more visible in the evening sky. A friend reported seeing it on the third of this month, so I took a look as well and spotted it gleaming brightly low in the west just on 8pm. Venus, is now at 1.623au, rising at 7.17am and is catching us up once again. It is also moving closer to Jupiter and Saturn as well, so before too long we will have the bright lights back in the evening skies once again, with Mercury at 1.092au and rising at 7.25am, popping in briefly to join the party as well. Both Mercury and Venus will be in the constellation of Libra at this time. Now back to Andromeda. I started this column with the figures of our orbital speed, of which Earth is the third fastest. Mercury speeds along at 47.4km a second, and Venus at 35km a second, then Earth at 29.8, all of which is rather sedentary when we start to compare with what is happening further out in our neighborhood of space. With M31, Andromeda, coming into view we are able to see a larger galaxy than ours. Both Andromeda and the Milky Way are part of the local group of 30 galaxies. They are

the largest two, with the common centre of gravity somewhere between them. We in the southern hemisphere don’t get as good a view as those in the north do, due to the fact it only skims low across the northern sky for a couple of months. As a result, all its light photons have to travel through much more of our atmosphere to be viewed in a telescope, compared to those in the north where it can be seen without the aid of a telescope.

He had no idea when he found M31 that it was another galaxy containing at least 6 billion stars. In 1995, the Hubble Telescope was trained on a tiny area near the north celestial pole equal to a grain of sand at arm’s length, taking a very long exposure that, when processed, revealed more than 3000 galaxies in that tiny area of the sky. It has made more similar images since in other parts of the sky, and on this basis, astronomers have estimated there are 100 billion galaxies in our visible universe.

Norman Izett is president of the Whakatane Astronomical Society. The society runs the Whakatane Observatory at 17 Hurinui Avenue. Public viewing is on Tuesday and Friday nights, weather permitting. For more information about events at the observatory visit the Whakatane Astronomical

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a quick vegetarian dish recipe by Budget Advisory staff potato curry 1 tablespoon oil 2 tablespoons mild curry paste 400 gram tin chopped tomatoes 2 potatoes – cut into small chunks 200 grams peas Optional 3 hardboiled eggs Heat the oil in a saucepan and briefly fry the curry paste. Add the tomatoes and half the tin of water and bring to the boil.

Add the potatoes and cook for 20 minutes, or until the potatoes are tender. Stir in the peas and cook for three minutes. Serving suggestions Halve the hardboiled eggs and place on top of the curry. Serve with your favorite green vege – finely sliced cabbage, some beans, whatever takes your fancy.

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arts festival has a bit of everything This month’s Tauranga Arts Festival promises 10 days and nights of rollicking good entertainment with highlights ranging from internationally renowned circus-cabaret LIMBO to a panel discussion featuring an awardwinning Kiwi scientist. Music forms a mainstay of this year’s festival and performers include American bluesman Greg Copeland, Scottish band Shooglenifty who pull Celtic folk music into the 21st century, and award-winning Kiwi singersongwriters Nadia Reid, Reb Fountain, Tami Neilson and Milly Tabak and The Miltones. One musician has already racked up success in another field – Black Caps cricketing legend John Wright. When he’s racking up the hours in hotel rooms, John’s favourite pastime is to pick up his guitar. Describing his music as upbeat with country flavours, John released his first album in 2017 and has an EP due shortly. He comes to the festival to share his music and a few yarns. Theatre-lovers can choose from plenty that combines both comedy and drama, including the brand new, and already highly acclaimed, play Mr Red Light, which sees a hostage situation unfold in a pie shop, and Cellfish which pits hardened inmates against William Shakespeare. Some are looking to improve their parole chances, others want to kill some time and one just wants to kill.

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Writers can hone their talents over Labour Weekend with workshops for short stories, writing for children 9-13 and screenwriting. Tutors include Tim Balme (Brokenwood, 800 Words) and Kate De Goldi (The 10pm Question). Among those sharing their stories in the speaker programme on November 2 and 3 are financial writer Mary Holm, climate scientist James Renwick, Marilyn Waring, who looks back over her tumultuous years in politics, parenting authors Emily Writes and Renee Liang, Rocky Horror creator Richard O’Brien, and falconry expert Debbie Stewart.

KAPUT: Left, Tom Flanagan’s solo show, Kaput, is a silent slapstick acrobatic comedy in the style of Buster Keaton.

FIRE-EATER: Below-Heather Holliday is a fire-eater and sword swallower with international circus-cabaret LIMBO. LAWN PERFORMANCE: Below-left, John Wright (left) with two of his Sou’Westers band, Liam Ryan (centre) and Dean Hetherington are performing on October 30.

Tauranga Arts Festival runs from October 24 to November 3. See the full programme at taurangafestival.co.nz. Tickets may be purchased via the festival website. Student prices available to many shows.

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ticket giveaway The Tauranga Arts Festival is offering a double pass to the Saturday, October 26 matinee performance by LIMBO at Baycourt Theatre in Tauranga (valued at $150; to be collected from the Baycourt box office). The show is suitable for ages 14-plus. Send your name and daytime phone number to news@thebeacon.co.nz with LIMBO in the subject line. Entries close at noon on Tuesday.

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kittens WORKSHOP: Screenwriter and actor Tim Balme is a tutor at an arts festival writing workshop.

Kawerau SPCA has lots of kittens who are not quite ready to be homed yet but will be in a week or two. We will keep you posted as they become available.

FREAK SHOW: Above right, Robyn Paterson switches between two characters in her play, The South Afreakins.

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Driving edgy rock Cha Stop, a rocking doo-wop track, where the band are hot for anything.

sound advice music review by Chris Casey

My Best Friend’s Girl has a trademark handclap and muted guitar start that is a great ’50s-’60s slice of rockabilly and staccato stabs of organ, with its lost love “she used be mine” chorus.

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Bye Bye Love has the flavours of The Everly Brothers and Badfinger, while Moving in Stereo is a spacey, spookier song with “it’s shakin’ like tremolo” lyric. Sung by Orr and the only co-write of the album with Hawkes, it is a sneaky peek into what was a more experimental, new wave sound.

Ric Ocasek died last month at the age of 75, a year after his band, The Cars, were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

It gained prominence with its use in the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and its pool fantasy scene.

The Boston band broke up in 1988 but Ocasek continued as a producer, after selling millions of records.

The finale All Mixed Up has all the earnest trademarks of bands such as Tom Petty, or Foreigner, of punchy vocals, saxophone and Elliot Easton’s lead guitar licks, and leaves us marvelling at a near perfect album, from a band that was led by a gor gorky, tall, skinny guy who liked to we wear shades.

He married his model sweetheart, 18-year-old Paulina Porizkova, who was the star of their video Drive. He dabbled on the edges of pop, punk and rock, whilst exploring a studio-based solo career that tried to be more experimental. He championed groups such as Weezer, Suicide, Guided By Voices, No Doubt and Bad Brains, producing cohesive sounds that reflected his edgier take on their musical ideas.

and excelled on the hit single Just What I Needed.

producer.

With The Cars, Baker had another group who could all sing and he created multi-layered, multi-tracked harmonies and sound beds, but knew when to step back and keep it simple.

The guitar of four single – for double strums is an iconic intro, with a wobbly bit of Greg Hawkes’ keyboard to set the chorus. It’s a rock track that punks loathed but wished that they’d written.

Ocasek had a quirky wavery voice, with no pure tone but the ability to squeeze honesty out of his lyrics on Good Times Roll. Bassist Ben Orr had a cleaner, stronger rock voice

I’m in Touch with Your World has more atmosphere, with lots of wacky percussive sound effects, and Ocasek’s vocals back in the mix. There were times that less was more for the

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world of water book review by Diane McCarthy After the Flood Kassandra Montag HarperCollins $35

Kassandra Montag is an American poet and short fiction writer with a masters in English literature and literary awards coming out her ears. So it seems a tad dismissive to say that her debut novel reminds me a little of the Kevin Costner movie, Waterworld. But, as far as the background concept of this story goes, it is very similar. Set in an all-too-predictable near future, the planet has suffered years of rising sea levels and floods that have left only the tops of the world’s highest mountain ranges above water. Myra has, like our author, grown up in the midwest and remembers the mass migrations toward the Rocky Mountains, the only part of the United States that still exists.

Despite the millions killed in the floods, land is at a premium and Myra’s home is a small boat she and her daughter, Pearl, fish from, trading her catch for other necessities in the small, crowded trading settlements in the Rockies. However, despite its post apocalyptic setting, there is a lot more going on in this story. Before Pearl was born, Myra suffered the kidnapping of her older daughter, Row, by the girls’ father. Having searched fruitlessly for Row for many years, Myra hears word of her living in Greenland and sets out to find a way to get there. However, in order to reach Row, she must put Pearl at risk, creating terrible choices for her to make. Meanwhile, Myra and Pearl weather storms, make a new friend when they rescue a man whose boat has been wrecked, survive attacks by pirates and many other adventures that take them from the South American Andes to Greenland. It’s somethig of an odyssey, and as such, the plot can meander off mission as much as Myra’s journey. However, it is a survival story that evokes Montag’s richness of imagination and the fury of a mother’s protection.

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Mystery Creek Equidays is a must for equine enthusiasts, providing the community with an education-oriented event representing a diverse variety of equestrian disciplines, where visitors can come together and share their passion for horses. At the heart of Equidays is our four pillars - educate, equip, empower and entertain. Visit website: www.equidays.co.nz

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beauty, brains and a brilliant tale book review by Whakatane library staff The Only Woman in the Room Marie Benedict

She possessed a stunning beauty. She also possessed a stunning mind. Can the world handle both? The star actor of the 1930s and 40s was also an inventor whose concepts were the basis of cell phone and Bluetooth technology. Hedy Kiesler was lucky. Her beauty led to a starring role in a controversial film and marriage to a powerful Austrian arms dealer, allowing her to evade Nazi persecution despite her Jewish heritage.

The focus of The Only Woman in the Room, landed in Hollywood, where she became Hedy Lamarr, screen star. But Hedy kept a secret even more shocking than her Jewish heritage: she was a scientist. She had an idea that might help the country and that might ease her guilt for escaping alone — if anyone would listen to her.

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church fair Saturday, October 12

from $25 to $60 with proceeds going to Tuariki Marae Wharekai Development Fund.

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Final of the Helloworld Golf Tournament at Whakatane Golf Club. Shotgun start at 1pm. All welcome.

Pressies Fair Whakatane Knox Presbyterian Church Fair with second-hand goods, sweets, baking, plants, children’s entertainment and much more at Whakatane War Memorial Centre from 9am to 12 noon.

A day of games, giveaways and aquatic fun at Whakatane Aquatic Centre from 11am to 3pm. Free entry for those who completed the Learn2Swim programme this term. Bring a friend for just $2.

women’s motorbike ride

Whakatane Country Music Club welcomes music lovers to its club day at the Caledonian Hall, Kopeopeo. Theme is Rock-tober, spotlight artist is Jade O’Brien. Small door charge includes afternoon tea.

Apanui Salt Marsh Care Group will hold its monthly rubbish collection at 8am. Volunteers should meet in the carpark on the corner of Beach and McAlister streets. Contact Colin Harrison on 07 3087974 for more information.

A gruelling four stage event held in and around Opotiki. Starting point is in Elliott Street, Opotiki. From 7am.

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FRIDAY OCT 18

Mainly fine. Southwesterlies.

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WEDNESDAY OCT 16 THURSDAY OCT 17

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MONDAY OCT 14

Saturday WHAKATANE

SITUATION

Eastbay Timebank meet and greet every Wednesday from 10am to 11am at the VW Café at Pou Whakaaro, 40 Te Tahi Street, Whakatane. All welcome. Phone 07 3088170 ext 210 for more details.

SUNDAY OCT 13

9° Opotiki max 19° overnight min 9°

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A front over the north of the North Island moves away on Saturday, followed by a narrow ridge. A slow-moving low west of the South Island slowly weakens during Sunday and Monday as the ridge moves onto the South Island. A deepening low approaches from the northwest late Monday.

Parkinson’s walk

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River Edge Park Miniature Railway will be operating from 10am to 3pm. Closed toe footwear essential. No eftpos.

Saturday, October 12, 2019

MIDNIGHT FRIDAY

Learn how to set up your own worm farm at Pou Whakaaro at 40 Te Tahi Street, Whakatane from 6pm to 8pm. This is a free workshop. Contact CReW for bookings on 07 3085963.

Parkinson’s Society Eastern Bay is having a walk, stroll or wander around the new pond at the Shaw Road sub-division. Meet at 2pm to show your support for people living with Parkinson’s disease and their families. No entry fee, all welcome.

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train rides

Motu Challenge

42 Valley Road, Whakatane

Whakatane SeniorNet will have Whakatane Police Sergeant Mark van der Kley talking about how to stay safe from cyber attacks at the clubrooms behind the tennis club in Goulstone Road at 10am.

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Women’s motorcycle club road ride to Rotoma Café. Meet at Caltex Whakatane at 11am. Phone or text 0212136746 for more information.

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Monday, October 14

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Phone 306 0999. Children and Young Persons Ward, Medical Ward, Surgical Ward, Maternity Unit: Daily visiting 2-8pm. Coronary Care and Intensive Care: (family only & only by arrangement with nursing staff) Laboratory, physiotherapy, X-ray: 8am-4.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays).

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Some elective surgeries and appointments, including Radiology Outpatients, are being postponed because of the strike.

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OPEN: Monday-Friday 8am -5pm

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027 235 3977

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Rob 027 602 1449 | Paul 027 222 2524

We specialise in New Windows & Doors Full Replacement Windows & Doors Insert Windows & Doors Retrofit Double Glazing Balustrades Conservatories Visit our showroom 116 Commerce Street, Whakatane m. 027 212 7674 p. 07 307 0224 626875AB

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We also specialize in repairing, rebuilding and recondioning old boat trailers (depending on their condion). Give us a call to discuss.

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