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A NEW apartment complex proposed for the Whakatane town centre could serve as a centrepiece for the town’s planned regeneration project. Whakatane Harcourts commercial property consultant Des Hutchinson has had plans drafted suggesting a 15-unit apartment complex that would change the character of one of the CBD’s most important intersections – Quay Street and The Strand. “That location on the corner of Quay Street and The Strand is very prominent. It needs something really nice,” he said. With a design concept by Whakatanebased architect Martin Jackson, Mr Hutchinson said if the project went ahead, it would resolve some long-lasting issues with the site. “It’s about tidying up that end of The Strand. For one, all the buildings that are there currently are earthquake prone and the council has already determined they’re not worth fixing, so all of them are going to eventually be demolished anyway,” he said. Whakatane District Council owns all six of the freehold titles making up the project’s scope and five of the six leasehold titles. Mr Hutchinson said there was one holdout. “Because it is reclaimed land, the council owns all of it except a small part in the middle, which is owned by Harbourside Quays,” he said. He said he understood that an offer by the council to buy the Harbourside Quays’ property had been refused but that he believed there was room for further negotiation. If the council can secure the last property, Mr Hutchinson said he believed the location could come up for tender by

late September. He said the intention was that the successful investors would contract the design he had submitted. Due to space limitations at the site, it was necessary to include non-conforming aspects to the project. To achieve the 15 units required, the building calls for four floors. The plans call for each successive floor to be stepped back from the street – making for a tiered structure. “It’s gone one storey beyond what the district council plans allow but what I’ve done is tiered the building so it doesn’t overpower the street,” he said. “Some people in neighbouring apartments might lose a river view but the height restriction on this site was not to protect the views from buildings in the CBD but views from the escarpment. The fact that we have the tiers, eases that. “We definitely have to go to that extra height to make it work. The penthouses will have a magnificent view of not only the harbour but also the Heads,” he said. “They’ll be greatly sought after.” The design also provides mitigating factors to allow for tenants’ privacy. “We’ve gone through a lot of trouble. Not only does it have personal decks that tenants can use but also an extended deck beyond it that blocks passerby views from the street,” Mr Hutchinson said. The design allows for retail space on the ground floor, including a place for fine dining. “The entrance to the restaurant would come straight off the courtyard and the courtyard will be completely remodeled. The trees will be disposed of and the beautification will be comprised of palms and exceptionally good lighting for outdoor dining,” he said. “The Quay Street side will have a small retail site, ideal for offices.”

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ATM theft accused in court PUZZLE MASTERS: Anne Hetherington and Matt Lowe are excited to open their new escape room attraction today. Photo Troy Baker D8707-07

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on how their team interacts. “Most successful teams have a really clear leader,” Mr Lowe said. “Those with no clear leader, or people who don’t speak up, typically take much longer to complete the room. “A manager could really see those in the team who have leadership potential and those who are happy to sit back.” The most successful dynamic in the rooms so far has been a father and three children. Ms Hetherington said the father would give the children instructions and they would “scatter”. He would then work out the puzzles while the children worked on obtaining the next bit of information. The couple are hoping to add another two escape rooms before summer hits. They already have a theme for one, which is a closely guarded secret, and are thinking about the theme for the next. “Each room takes about two months to fully complete, so we are hoping to get a year or more of use out of each one before we change the theme,” Ms Hetherington said. “When we stop getting bookings for a room that’s when we will know it is time to change it.” If you are looking to test your intelligence, and maybe experience a reality check, bookings for Whakatane’s EPIC Escape can be made online at: epicescape.co.nz

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EXTRAORDINARY People In Captivity, Whakatane’s first escape room attraction officially opens its doors today on The Strand. EPIC Escape has been months in the making and co-owners Anne Hetherington and Matt Lowe were yesterday filled with anxious excitement as their hard work came to a conclusion. The couple have a love for escape rooms and played their first a year ago. Since then they have played over 15 and were inspired to create their own in their hometown. “We thought, Whakatane needs something like this,” said Ms Hetherington. “We grew up here and we know it can often feel like there isn’t much to do. When we announced online that we were going to create escape rooms we got a huge reaction, it was just phenomenal. “That’s how we knew we were onto the right track.” Escape rooms see teams of up to six people working together to solve a series of puzzles and conundrums, with the aim of being able to get out of a locked room in an hour or less. EPIC Escape is opening with two rooms, Inventor’s Attic and Asylum. Inventor’s Attic is suitable for firsttime escape room customers or for families with children ages 10 and older. In this room customers enter Ivan the inventor’s attic and must discover why the eccentric inventor went missing. Asylum provides a more difficult challenge and is aimed at experienced escape room customers and is not recommended for children. In this challenge, customers must escape the asylum before the doctor returns and makes them one of his experiments. Each room has been designed to completely immerse customers in the storyline and, when entered, it is not immediately obvious what is a puzzle and what is a prop. “We have been to escape rooms where you can just see locks on everything and it is immediately obvious what you need to solve, we didn’t want ours to be like that,” Mr Lowe said. “The rooms are completely immersive,

THE man accused of stealing Murupara’s sole ATM appeared in court on Wednesday facing nine charges. Keelin Kotene Ruru, 27, appeared in the Whakatane District Court charged with four counts of burglary, receiving stolen property and intentional damage in relation to the robbery of the Murupara Credit Union’s ATM on June 3. He is also charged with escaping custody, two charges of assault with intent to injure and threatening to kill. Police allege Ruru, from Kawerau, used a stolen log loader to rip the ATM from the front of the bank sometime in the early morning. The ATM was later found by police abandoned and unopened eight kilometres down the road. Murupara residents were left without an ATM for a month before Westpac committed to installing another one at the credit union building. This was the second time in two months the ATM had been targeted by thieves. In an earlier incident, offenders accessed the town’s only bank through the roof and attempted to slice open the cash machine with an angle grinder. Ruru has not entered any pleas and has been remanded to reappear on July 25 for a bail hearing.

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Beach clean-up CHRIS Graham asked his children what they wanted to do last Sunday and the answer they gave might surprise. Instead of wanting to watch movies or hang out with friends, the three children decided they wanted to clean up their new back yard – Thornton Beach. The Graham family moved from Auckland to the Eastern Bay last month for the rural lifestyle and are now happily settled in Thornton, enjoying their country school and friendly neighbours. What they are less impressed by is the rubbish they found at Thornton Beach last weekend. Brooklyn, 12, Bentley, 8, and Imogen, 4, spent the morning at the beach collecting bottles, cans, plastic and other rubbish. They found lots of jandals, tyres, a dead calf and filled three sacks with beer cans. But the main rubbish was little plastic bottles and onion-style sacks. “What started to be a casual collection with the kids turned in to a three-house clean-up and a ute full of rubbish,” said Mr Graham. He believes most of the rubbish was the result of the recent heavy rainfall and flooding and is pleased with the efforts and attitudes of his children. The family is hoping they will see others on the beach in the future helping with clean-ups. “We made a great effort but there is just so much of the beach still to cover – and they are only three kids.”

FOR the past week, Edgecumbe College students have been attending school during the holidays as they gain essential life skills. Every year for the first week of the July holidays the college runs a winter school for students to catch up on credits and skills among other things. “It gives us the chance to support students through their transition from school and on to employment or further study,” said head of enhanced learning Caterina Murphy. “Through this they are gaining life and soft skills, we are doing things like health and safety, employment law and team building all in a different type of learning environment. “It is hands on active learning.” Each morning the school collects students from home and provides them with both lunch and breakfast. Alongside the winter school, students LIFE SKILLS: Pare Moses and Nerhys Hawaikirangi pay close attention as they were busy setting up their school hall for learn about contract law. Photos Troy Baker D8694-01 their upcoming ball. The theme is enchanted forest, but the exact details of the decorations are a closely guarded secret. “We are looking forward to another successful ball this year,” Ms Murphy ENCHANCED LEARNING: said. Edgecumbe “We will have the school band playing and also a DJ, so it is set up to be a good College’s winnight.” ter school ofThe ball will be held on Saturday, fers students July 27. like Meadow

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THE president of the Opotiki Mongrel Mob Barbarians appeared in court on Wednesday after retaliating against a drive-by shooting of his family home. Chapter president Steven Taiatini, 42, appeared in the Whakatane District Court charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after he and two others allegedly severely beat the president of the Opotiki Black Power at his workplace in retaliation for the shooting. It later emerged the Black Power president was not

involved in the shooting. Last Sunday, a home in Nelson Street was shot up by several offenders in a drive-by incident. Three shots were fired from a high calibre rifle at the home, two of which went through the home while Taiatini’s family were sheltering inside. Judge David Cameron denied Taiatini bail on the grounds of potential intimidation of witnesses. Taiatini pleaded not guilty to the charge and will reappear in court on September 11 for case review.


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Waiting for tide to turn THE driver of his Toyota ute was in a bit of a rush while going fishing on Wednesday and became hopelessly stuck in the Ohiwa Harbour mudflats. Ohope Beach Top 10 Holiday Park manager Mark Inman said the luckless boaties were on their way to hook some tuna when it all happened. In their apparent excitement, they decided to take an unconventional route to embark their launch. “The boys were in a hurry to get out and catch

some bluenose. They wanted to take a shortcut to get out to the big boat,” he said. “Rather than launch from the boat ramp, they accessed the harbour from the wharf area and drove too far along the mudflats.” After numerous attempts to pull the vehicle out before high tide, the group of volunteers had to take a break and wait for the tide to recede before they were able to free it. Photo supplied

„ Surf lifesavers performed an early morning rescue of seven people and seven dogs from floodwaters rapidly rising around a Whakatane house

Family and dogs rescued from floodwaters SURF lifesavers called out by police to rescue a family from rapidly rising floodwaters during the heavy rains last Friday carried seven people, including a newborn baby, as well as their seven dogs to safety using their inflatable rescue boat. Father-and-son lifeguard team Hamish and Campbell Reid, members of the Whakatane Surf Life Saving Club’s emergency call-out squad, were called in to help with a flood evacuation at about 5am last Friday. “A storm had come through overnight with heavy rain – it was a really intense bit of weather, and it dumped a lot of water into the Urewera Ranges, and that came down the Whakatane River like a flash flood, so it was very high,” said Hamish Reid. “And that coincided with the rising tide. The river gets pushed back with the in-coming high tide, and the river had actually breached the stop banks up near Taneatua, in the build-up up to high tide, which was coming at about 8.30am.” The family, in a house on Rewatu Road, south of Whakatane and next to the river, had woken in the dark just before 5am to find overflowing river

water surrounding the house and rising around them. It was already more than 2 metres in places and too deep to escape safely. The Reids quickly picked up the club’s already-prepped call-out IRB and the club’s new 4WD. The 4WD meant they could drive straight through the storm debris and shallower flooding to the deep end of Rewatu Road and launch the boat into the water on the road, Mr Reid said. “It was pitch black, the water was coming up fast, and there was lots of stuff in the water. “A lot of plant debris had come up from the maize paddocks, and it was like a blanket of maize husks on the top of the water that we had to manoeuvre through, and get past things like fences hidden under the water. “We were keeping an eye out for how high the water was up to the power lines, and we could see porchlights a couple of hundred metres away.” The family came out to meet them, and the lifeguards made four trips back and forth with four adults, a newborn baby, two older children, and seven dogs, including three rottweilers, four hunting dogs and a PlayStation.

RESCUE: Campbell Reid helped rescue a family from floodwaters last week. Photo Jamie Troughton/DScribe Media

“They were calm, but they’d been starting to get a bit nervous as the water was coming up their driveway. “When we got there the dogs were jumping around having a ball, and jumping in and out of the water, and the kids thought it was a bit of an adventure - one of them had made sure to rescue his PlayStation.” Once loaded into the IRB for the trips across, the older kids, who were about 10 and 12 years old, and the dogs all sat still, and the lifeguards guided the rescue boat very slowly and carefully through the hazardous floodwater. “As we were doing the rescues, we could hear a deep gurgling rushing noise, and as the light came up, we could see that it was from all the water gushing over the flood banks,” Hamish Reid says.

“Once the river starts going over it can rise pretty fast. It was up at least another metre while we were out there, and it was like - ‘I’m glad I’m heading in the right direction’.” After rescuing the family the lifeguards quickly checked on two more houses also surrounded by the water, but on higher ground. “They were okay and didn’t need assistance.” Mr Reid, who is president of Whakatane Surf Life Saving Club, said this was the third job the call-out rescue squad has been to this winter, including a job two weeks ago where they helped rescue a man who called police to say he was floating about 2 kilometres off the coast holding on to a log. “All our surf lifesavers are volunteers, and we train hard for these sorts of situations. It’s vital for water rescues that we are there to help, with the right equipment and the right skills for these sorts of challenging situations,” he said. “Most of our call-outs are bad weather, in the dark, and normally pretty dangerous situations for the people who need help. When we can bring them back to dry land safely it’s all worth it, that’s a pretty special feeling.”

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Monster workshop a scary success FROM the petrifying to the downright peculiar, budding young artists came up with their versions of a monster at a workshop run by artist and illustrator Katrin Kadelke. Youngsters taking part in the workshop, which was booked out at Te Koputu, Whakatane’s library and exhibition centre, learned from Kadelke, whose cheery illustrations feature in everything from television productions, to theatre stages, books, and even merchandise, how she creates watercolour monsters in her cheeky, lively style. The workshop was run in conjunction with the Plenty exhibition, which runs until August 21. BEACON photographer Paula Massey was at the workshop to capture the young artists at work.

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AN Eastern Bay doctor with a keen interest in palliative care has been recognised with a prestigious award by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. Dr Keri Ratima will be conferred with the honour of Distinguished Fellowship by the college’s board for her services to general practice and the college at the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners conference in Dunedin later this month. In a letter to Dr Ratima, the college’s interim chief executive, Peter Tynan, said: “Distinguished Fellowship is awarded for outstanding and sustained services to the aims or work of the college, or to the science or practice of medicine. The Board unanimously agreed that you are a very deserving recipient of this award.” Dr Ratima is doing locum work in the Eastern Bay, including at Whakatane Hospital where she works in the emergency department at weekends, after her position as GP was disestablished at EBOP Hospice at Easter. Her medical career over the past 20 years, after obtaining a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, from the University of Otago, has been a mix of working as a GP, research and academia. She is studying for a postgraduate diploma in palliative medicine at Cardiff University, where she has completed a certificate in palliative medicine with merit. She has numerous qualifications, including a post-graduate diploma in public health, and has been on several medical committees. She said while much had improved since she first worked in general practice in Opotiki in the 1990s, there were still areas for improvement in palliative care services, particularly in the Eastern Bay. “In those days you didn’t have services like you have now. Back then there was one cancer nurse covering the whole of the Eastern Bay.” Dr Ratima said visiting palliative patients was an integral part of general practice then. “But I think that is harder now, as GPs are too overloaded [with patients]. “But the Eastern Bay needs a real focus on palliative care services.” Dr Ratima is the GP representative on a Bay of Plenty Palliative Care Steering Group. “I think there are a lot of gaps, one is that some people are under the impression that the local hospice here has inpatient beds. “Families don’t realise that it is very difficult to access inpatient beds. There are some contractual arrangements around rest homes being able to put

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families in caring for palliative patients “because families provide the most care when people are dying, and we are looking at their experiences and their experiences around alternative medication. “Often when you listen to the family you hear how much they have done; they have given up their jobs to care for people and in some of the renal failure patients it has gone on for years. “But what you also hear is the love and commitment through that time.” Dr Ratima said her first experience in palliative care was when she started work as a GP in Opotiki in the 1990s. “It is special, you are getting into the person’s home, into their private space and they and all the family put their trust in you.” The doctor has also taken up two part-time positions with the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, one as medical educator and another she is starting next week where she will be recruiting and supporting Maori participation within the college. “I like working with students, you get to steer them, and it is always rewarding to see them progress.” The award was a surprise, she said, because it has in the past been given to some esteemed peers in the medical profession, including Professor David Tipeni-Leach, MNZOM, who has done considerable work around sudden infant death syndrome.

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Week of maintenance for council MAINTENANCE: The Whakatane Aquatic Centre has been closed this past week as staff complete maintenance.

Charlotte Jones Staff reporter

WATER-RELATED maintenance has kept the council busy this past week. Whakatane District Council staff have been undertaking maintenance at the Whakatane Aquatic Centre and have had to repair a burst water main on a busy street and the Awatapu stormwater pump. The aquatic centre has been closed for the past week as staff complete maintenance to meet the centre’s Poolsafe accreditation. Whakatane District Council Aquatics and Recreation Manager Lee Colquhoun said the planned work included treatment and pump system upgrades and servicing along with the emptying and cleaning of all pools in the complex. Some people had complained about the closure happening during school holidays and had called it “bad timing”, however Mr Colquhoun said the team chose to close during the holidays to minimise disruption to regular pool users. “The aquatic centre team is aware this closure will inconvenience some of our customers, particularly given the closure coincides with the school holidays, but we’ve tried to minimise this inconvenience as much as possible for our regular users, such as the Learn to Swim programme ,which has a current enrolment of 436 children, and other school term-aligned use, particularly by the local high schools and the Whakatane Swimming Club.” Along with the maintenance of the pool, council staff were called to fix a burst water main on Wednesday morning. The main had burst underneath McAlister Street and the water had forced its way up through the asphalt above. Three Waters Operations team leader Luke Shipton said the main had burst because an old pipe fitting broke and needed replacing. The repair of the main took around two hours and water was turned off for nearby businesses during this time. Mr Shipton said asphalt would be repaired as soon as the contractor was available. Council staff also spent time repairing the Awatapu stormwater pump this week. An intake basin on the sports field was filled with water and taped off while the pipe was repaired.

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Native tree planting during Matariki EASTERN Bay students have joined council parks staff over the past two weeks to plant specimen native trees as part of the national Matariki Tu Rakau initiative. Whakatane District Council places and open spaces planner, Jane Wright said the continuation of the community planting programme this year had been significant as it coincided with the increasingly recognised Matariki celebrations. “This is a traditional time of rebirth, thanksgiving and remembrance and is often celebrated as the Maori New Year,” she said. “Our open spaces staff have said that the plantings involving children, their families, wananga students of environmental studies, and their teachers in our shared public places have been a real highlight.” The council secured funding to plant another 18 significant specimen native trees and joined students from Whakatane Intermediate, Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Orini (in Coastlands), Te Kura o Te Teko, Te Kura Mana Maori o Matahi (in Waimana), St Joseph’s Catholic School in Matata, and Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi to plant in public reserves close to their location. Tree species planted included coastal and northern kowhai, rimu, miro, kahikatea, kawaka, pohutukawa and kauri.

Ms Wright said the trees would create living memorials on the district’s shared public places where whanau, communities, and visitors could appreciate them for years to come. The Matariki Tu Rakau initiative is supported by Tu Uru Rakau/Forestry NZ.

LAGOON PLANTING: Whakatane Intermediate students plant natives behind their school at Awatapu Lagoon. Photo supplied MATARIKI INITIATIVE: Children from Te Kura Mana Maori o Matahi in Waimana help plant trees.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Joe Bocker book launch of Scars „ Where: Paper Plus Whakatane „ When: Saturday, July 13, 11am to noon

COUNTRY MAN: Joe Bocker is launching his novel, Scars, at Paper Plus tomorrow. The story is based in a dying west coast town. Photo Troy Baker D8705-14

Writer launches novel Kathy Forsyth Arts reporter

IT has taken a few tries, but Wainui man Joe Bocker’s persistence has paid off. Bocker has just had his first novel, Scars, published by a London publisher and is launching the book at Paper Plus in Whakatane tomorrow. He said the fictional story was a compelling and interesting read, and this is backed up by the many rave reviews on Austin Macauley Publishers’ website. Slotting into the life-drama genre, he said the book and title referred to how “everyone has scars and it is about how we deal with and how we cope with those scars, whether they are emotional or physical”. The story revolves around a 65-yearold widower who is drifting aimlessly and lands up in a dying west coast town in the North Island.

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“He gets a phone call from his aunt who is living in a tiny town on the west coast. She wants him to come and visit, and he does so, but when he gets there, he is totally depressed by what he finds, including the state of her health. “However, various things happen when he is there that reinspire him and ignite his passion. “Eventually, through that, both he and the town experience a reignition of hope, if you like. There is a bit of love interest there too.” Bocker said this was not his first book, but it was “the first one I have got anyone to actually publish”. “You send off a million manuscripts to a million people and you get used to either rejection or hearing nothing. “I self-published a novel about four years ago and a couple of novellas and then I wrote this one and self-published it and I also sent it off to a million people and somebody picked it up eventually.” The book took him two-and-a-half

years to finish, and it was based on a real west coast town. “I don’t want to name the town, but my wife was doing locum jobs at the time as a GP and we ended up in the town. It used to be a vibrant, buzzing place but it is now a sad little place. So, while she was working there, I was left with not a lot to do and wrote this novel based on this place.” Bocker wasn’t in the town long, probably a few months, but “it felt like three years”. A Scot, Bocker said he and his wife immigrated to New Zealand 25 years ago and lived in Taupo for 19 of those years. “Then my wife and I went travelling, her doing these locum jobs. We travelled all around the place in New Zealand and Australia and that is when I started writing. It started one rainy day when I couldn’t play golf and she was working, and it took off from there.” Of his previous novel and novellas, he

said: “I sold a few copies, but they have not been picked up by anyone. I might try again once I become famous.” A retired science and chemistry teacher, Bocker admits he is finding it difficult to find time to write these days. This is since the couple have moved to a lifestyle property in Wainui. “I am in a new phase of my life; I haven’t had much time to do any writing since I have been here and become a little bit of a mini farmer and as a townie this has been quite a learning curve. “We have got some chickens and calves goats and sheep … and it has certainly kept me very busy I now know how to build fences and do a couple of other things that I never knew before.” Bocker will be around to sign copies of his book Scars, at its launch at Paper Plus on Saturday between 11am and noon. See reviews and synopsis of Bocker’s book at www.austinmacauley.com/book/ scars


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Horoscopes THIS WEEK’S LUCKY STARS ARIES, TAURUS AND GEMINI ARIES Vacations go by too fast. It’ll take some organising to accomplish everything you wanted to do. Luckily, you’ll succeed in spending time with friends. A trip may be organised quicker than you expect. TAURUS You’ll be tempted to start planning next year’s vacation already. You’ll also be thinking about important personal and professional projects. Time is sparse in the face of your millions of ideas. GEMINI Your zest for life allows you to make the most of your vacation. Even if you’re not taking time off, you’ll make time for pleasurable activities that allow you to relax and recharge your batteries. CANCER You’ll be disturbed by strong emotions this week. In your love life, you’ll know right away if your partner isn’t being honest with you. Your wellbeing is linked to your emotional state. LEO The business world is always active, even when most people are on vacation. Your attention to detail allows you to spot golden opportunities, sign lucrative contracts and build your network. You’re beyond busy and will be overwhelmed at times. VIRGO Even when you’re on vacation, you’re working. You may simply take your lap top out to the patio or possibly cut your trip short. Virgos are perfectionists by nature, which can make you overzealous when it comes to work. LIBRA Regardless of whether you’re single or in a relationship, you have romance in mind when you consider doing something drastic to get someone’s attention. Your home is where you go to recharge. SCORPIO Even if you planned on a relaxing vacation, it won’t be long before your restless spirit takes hold. You won’t miss any chance to share your point of view, and you’ll spend many enjoyable evenings debating. SAGITTARIUS You’ll be able to combine work and relaxation. If you’re self-employed, you won’t be able to resist checking your emails, even though you promised yourself you’d disconnect during your vacation. CAPRICORN You’ll enjoy a shopping spree this week. You’ll appreciate a chance to negotiate with merchants and may come away with a great deal. You’ll also escape from your routine with a spontaneous adventure. AQUARIUS Take the time to recharge your batteries before jumping back into action. Try to let go of control and let yourself be guided by life. It won’t lead you astray. The artist in you will find the inspiration necessary to create a real masterpiece. PISCES A serious air follows you. You may even stay in contact with work while you’re on vacation. You’ll think of big projects while you relax and take advantage of your time off. Your friends may need your help. JULY 12 STARS

Health is the new reality CAN flu vaccines cause a cold? Is darker skin less prone to ageing? Are smoothies a healthy way to consume your five-plus a day? And is vaping worse for you than smoking? A new generation of doctors are taking to our sceens busting myths around health issues that can arise through misinformed chatter. For the record, the answers are no, yes, no and probably not. Television New Zealand appears to be taking a strong interest in our wellbeing this week as The Check Up is just one of two new shows on consecutive nights looking to set the record straight on a range of health issues. On Monday nights, The Check Up has four Millennial Kiwi doctors, Matarorio Lyndon, Samantha Bailey, Gareth Shalley and Jayani Kannagara, investigating new treatments and medical advances, with an eye to debunking common health misconceptions. As someone who will never say no to a flu shot when it’s offered, I am always surprised at the response I receive from most people when I tell them what I have done. The general opinion is “why would you put something into your body that could make you sick?” The fact that the vaccines always appear as cold season arrives so I usually come down with something right away generally serves to reinforce that view. So it was a relief to have my belief – that in no way can the annual flu immunisations can cause a cold or flu – reinforced and have the whole process explained in a way even a small child could understand. Another segment conducted an experiment with a group of women with various skin tones to investigate the theory that the ageing process is

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CANCER CONCERNS: Dr Richard Babor takes a close look at some popular lifestyle choices to see what effect they have on our likelihood of getting cancer.

kinder to dark skinned people than those of us with lighter complexions. As you might expect, it was found that darker skin, which contains more melanin, provides more protection from sun damage than lighter skin. So those of us with light skin who didn’t wear sunscreen when we were young are doomed to look older than our naturally darker skinned contemporaries. Unless of course we never went outside or grew up somewhere like Iceland. On Tuesday night, How Not to Get Cancer says it all in the title. This show takes a very specific look at the sorts of changes we can make to our lifestyles to reduce our chances of getting cancer. It is hosted by Dr Richard Babor, who previously starred in TV2’s The Big Ward, where he was performing weight loss surgery. So what’s a weight loss surgeon doing talking to us about cancer? Well, with a face that looks better

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WHAT’S ON Your weekly guide to events and activities in the Eastern Bay FRIDAY, JULY 12 „ Book Fair – The 28th annual Salvation Army Book Fair at the old Countdown building in King Street, Kopeopeo, Friday, 9am to 6pm and Saturday, 9am to 12.30pm. Eftpos available or swap a can of food for a children’s book. Funds raised will help support The Salvation Army’s work in the Eastern Bay community. SATURDAY, JULY 13 „ Railway open weekend – River Edge Park Miniature Railway will be operating on Saturday and Sunday with an open weekend for members to share their engines with the wider public and a Glows in the Dark event on Saturday evening. Trains will operate Saturday 1pm to 4pm and 5pm to 7pm then at the normal time on Sunday from 10am to 3pm. Closed toe shoes must be worn. Fares start at $2, no eftpos. „ Steampunk – Whakatane steampunk group The League of Extraordinary Pyroclasts is meeting at Mata Brewery at 12.30pm. Visitors welcome. „ Harriers – This week’s Whakatane Harrier Club event is the Bigwood Memorial Races. Meet at Maraetotara Reserve, Ohope at 2pm for a 2.30pm start. All welcome. Bring a plate for afternoon tea afterward. „ Saltmarsh clean-up – Apanui Saltmarsh Care Group is holding its monthly clean-up from 8am to 9am. Meet on the riverbank near the Whakatane Skate Park. Phone Warner on 027 310

0661 for more details. „ Zine-making workshop – Inspired by the photographic series, Vessel, by Leala Faleseuga. Te Koputu, Whakatane library and exhibition centre invites people to reflect on their own birth story by making their own mini-magazine from a single sheet of paper. Phone 3060509 for more details. „ Bastile Day – Celebrate this French holiday in Whakatane at L’Epicerie Larder on Commerce Street. Tastings, giveaways and special French Revolution dinner from 6pm. At Whakamax Movies, see French film The Palace at 3.30pm. SUNDAY, JULY 14 „ Country music – Whakatane Country Music Club welcomes music lovers to it’s club day at the Caledonian Hall at 1pm. The theme is Spanish lace. Wear blue and white. Spotlights artist is Emaraina Milroy. Small door charge includes afternoon tea. „ Walking group – Join Whakatane Harrier Club walking group for an hour or two-hour walk, meeting at the clubrooms by the Aquatic Centre at 8am. THURSDAY, JULY 18 „ Guitar Quartet – The New Zealand Guitar Quartet, featuring Owen Moriarty, Jane Curry, John Couch and Vladimir Gorbach, playing classical, contemporary and world music at the Church of St George and St John at 7.30pm. Tickets from The Good Life, adults $30, children $5, concession $25.


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Guitar quartet are back Kathy Forsyth Arts reporter

THE New Zealand Guitar Quartet wowed audiences with their musicality and easy rapport during their 2017 tour and now they are back again. Jane Curry and Owen Moriarty team up with Australian-based Kiwi John Couch and have invited Russian-born Sydney-based internationally-acclaimed guitarist Vladimir Gorbach to join the group on their nationwide tour. Fresh from concert tours in China and Australia and 2018 engagements at the prestigious Guitar Foundation of America Convention and Guitarromania in Mexico, they’ve released two CDs, both featuring commissioned works by Australian and New Zealand composers, as well as original arrangements by Moriarty. Their performances of classical, contemporary and world music continue to engage audiences from all walks of life, exploring a diverse range of genres including Balkan, Brazilian, Persian, bluegrass, Celtic, Spanish and flamenco music. Moriarty, who studied music at Massey University and the University of Southern California, has released five CDs, toured with Chamber Music New Zealand and given concerto performances with the National Capital Orchestra (Canberra), as well as New Zealand orchestras. He has recorded with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the New Zealand String Quartet. He is also a prize winner in several competitions, including the Rotorua Concerto Competition, the Gisborne International Music Competition, the ASTA/Green Competition (California), the Bangkok International Guitar Competition, and the Ivor Mairants Guitar Competition (London), and performed throughout New Zealand, and in Australia, US, Portugal, Mexico, Thailand, Spain, China, and the United Kingdom. Curry, born in the UK and now based in New Zealand, is one of New Zealand’s leading classical guitarists, whose concert engagements in solo and chamber music settings include concertos with Orkiestra Ars Longa (Krakow Music Academy, Poland) the Mahidol University String Orchestra (Thailand) the Capital Concert Orchestra (Australia) and several New Zealand orchestras. Curry is head of the guitar programme at the New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University, where she balances solo and chamber music engagements with the co-ordination of the largest classical guitar programme in the country. She

New Zealand Guitar Quartet „ Where: Church of St George and St John „ When: 7.30pm, July 18 „ Tickets: Adult $30, Concession $25, Child $5 „ Book: The Good Life Whakatane and door sales completed a master’s and doctoral degree at the University of Arizona. New Zealand-born Couch is an Australian-based classical guitarist and is the director of New Zealand’s premiere classical guitar festival, the Taranaki Classical Guitar Summer School (TCGSS). He holds a Master of Music in performance and research (pedagogy), Post-Graduate Diploma in performance and Research, Bachelor of Music and is a Fellow of the Trinity Guildhall (London). He has featured on five CD album recordings. As a soloist, he has performed in festivals and concert series around Australia, New Zealand, Europe, North America and Asia. He has recorded for and played on ABC Classic FM (Australia), 2CN (Australia), Classic FM (New Zealand), TVNZ (New Zealand), Radio Canada and HCMTV7 (Vietnam), and has featured as a soloist with Australian and New Zealand symphony orchestras. With an interest in creating new music for the classical guitar, Couch has commissioned and had work dedicated to him from leading composers. Premiere recordings of a selection of these works are played regularly on the ABC Classic FM. Russian-born Gorbach’s international success began with the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation “Live Music now” artist outreach programme in Germany. He then went on to win many international guitar competitions in and prizes in Spain, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Greece and the USA while performing concert tours in North and South America. He has performed in Carnegie Hall in New York in the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow and Laeizshalle in Hamburg. Vladimir has published a book of solo guitar arrangements and recorded for the world’s largest recording label Naxos. In 2015 he was appointed as lecturer in guitar at the University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music. Brought to the Eastern Bay by Music Whakatane in conjunction with Arts on Tour NZ (AOTNZ), the group play 22 concerts across the country, their first was in Picton on June 22, and Whakatane on July 18.

RENOWNED: The New Zealand Guitar Quartet, Vladimir Gorbach, Owen Moriarty, Jane Curry, and John Couch will be playing in Whakatane later this month. Photo supplied

POWER OUTAGE FOR TE KAHA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

TUESDAY 30 JULY 2019, 9:00am– 4:00pm Why is the power going off? As owner and operator of the National Grid, Transpower needs to undertake regular scheduled maintenance at the Waiotahe Substation that will impact supply to Te Kaha. Unfortunately, this maintenance cannot be undertaken without interrupting supply. Transpower would like to advise residents in the Te Kaha and surrounding areas that a power outage is required on:

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If you are reliant on electricity for medical support equipment, please contact your medical provider for advice. Turn off all electronic appliances at the wall (microwaves, TVs, DVDs, computers etc). Lift and store enough drinking water from personal water wells before the power goes off. If you are on shift work, fill up your petrol tank the night before – remember pumps and eftpos won’t work. While the power is off, treat all power lines and electrical wiring as being live at all times as it could be restored earlier than planned.

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Paua pop in AUSTRALIAN-BASED reggae band Paua are stopping by Whakatane’s Boiler Room tonight before heading to the Good Vibes Festival in Napier tomorrow. The band are made up of seven members, producing an earthy and original mix of reggae, soul and funk. Founded by Jay Thomas in 2009, Paua have produced two albums, an EP as well as several singles. Their music has topped iTunes reggae charts in New Zealand and in Australia. They have also shared the stage with musical giants such as UB40, Steel Pulse, Julian Marley,

Christ College Choir perform in Whakatane tane THE 26-member strong Christ’s College Chapel Choir will be performing in Whakatane this weekend as part of their threeweek tour of Singapore and New Zealand. Christ’s College is a traditional Anglican school in England and the Chapel Choir is made up of 88 students studying at Cambridge University. The choir, which sings at college events and in public performances regularly in London and elsewhere in the United Kingdom, is widely recognised as

Christ’s College Chapel Choir „ Where: Church of St George and St John „ When: 7.30pm, Sunday, July 14 „ Tickets: $30 from The Good Life and door sales one of Cambridge’s finest mixedvoice ensembles and recent recordings and concert reviews

stand as testament to its ability and broad repertoire. Its members rehearse several times a week, becoming familiar with an extraordinarily broad repertoire ranging from complex Renaissance polyphony to challenging contemporary works. The choir regularly tours overseas, more recently to Germany, Austria, Canada, the west coast of America, Australia and the Czech Republic singing traditional evensong in Cologne Cathedral. See www.cambridgechoir.co.uk

Ky-Mani Marley, Black Slate, Raging Fyah, Tarrus Riley, Third World, Maxi Priest and Katchafire, having played at some of the biggest roots/reggae festivals in the Southern Hemisphere including multiple sold-out One Love Festivals. The band’s members come from diverse musical and cultural backgrounds, including Maori and the Philippines. Presented by Pato Ent and Good Vives, Paua are on from 8.30pm to 11.30pm and tickets are available from The Boiler Room Whakatane or ticketfairy. com


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PAT Doran hands a cheque of $500 to Whakatane Library’s Anneke Philps, of the Lifelong Learning team. The Friends of the Whakatane district Libraries raised the money to help fund the Reading Under the Stars Matariki programme, a winter initiative to encourage reading and which is available at all Whakatane District Libraries: Edgecumbe, Ohope, Murupara and Whakatane until the end of August.

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Club news Bridge club results RESULTS for competitions held last week for the Whakatane Contract Bridge Club, are: Monday Results for the second and final round of the Flora and Leaf competition, were: 1, Jenny Elgar and Colleen Campbell, 60%; 2, Susan Ker and Corrie Overdevest, 56.36%; 3, Julie Meekel and Christine Wood, 54.55% Overall results: 1, Jenny Elgar and Colleen Campbell, 63%; 2, Maureen Gibbs and Colin Gibbs, 56.37%; 3, Susan Ker and Corrie Overdevest, 51.58%. Tuesday Results of the first round of the Beaver Kitchen competition, were: North-South: 1, Diane Green and Denise Good, 60.71%; 2, Jocelyn Poananga and Maureen Gibbs, 55.36%; 3, Jan Jarrett and Pat Bell, 54.46%. East-West: 1, Jenny Blok and Margaret Bailey, 68.45%; 2, Jan Wilbur-Smith and Carina Schlepers, 53.57%; 3, Betty Smith and Derek Blok, 53.27%. Wednesday Results for the third and final round of the Coastal Property Maintenance competition, were: 1, Bronwyn Kamphorst and Diane Green, 63%; 2, Eric Burnie and Derek Moores, 61%; 3, Bobbi Drysdale and Jenny Morris, 54%. Overall results: 1, Eric Burnie and Derek Moores, 53.33%; 2, Sue Legat and Ian Drysdale, 52.33%; 3, Bobbi Drysdale and Jenny Morris, 52%. Friday Results for the third round of the Veterinary Health competition, were: 1, Sue Legat and Eric Burnie, 65.63%; 2, Bobbi Drysdale and Betty Smith, 63.54%; 3, Jocelyn Poananga and Pat Bell, 52.60%. * * * KAWERAU Bridge Club results, for the third and final round of the winter pairs, for Tuesday, July 9 1, M Dennett and D Moores, 64.29%; 2, E Burnie and C Overdevest, 61.90%; 3, T Attwood and E Dillon, 50.93%. Overall results: 1, M Dennett and D Moores, 62.17%; 2, E Burnie and C Overdevest, 59.52%; 3, H Fitzpatrick and Pam Miles, 54.63%. * * * OPOTIKI Bridge Club veteran’s competition Monday, July 8: North-South: 1, Dianne Briscoe, Betty Smith 58.74%; 2, Dean Cole, Lorraine Hickey 55%; 3, Shirley Armstrong, Janice Gebert 46.25%. East-West: 1, Kate Morrison, Philippa Wheeler 60.63%; 2, Janice Hustler, Herb McMillan 56.25%; 3, Anne Doree, Tony Gebert 56.25%.

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SPORT Young rugby players learn new skills IT WAS all about skills at Bay of Plenty Rugbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s school holiday programme in Whakatane on Tuesday. Coaches Dennon BartlettRobinson, Sammy Spence and Morgan Seymour took 60 youngsters through a

range of skills including catch pass, speed, agility, coordination, tackle technique and ruck work. As well as skills training, the kids played games of rippa and tackle rugby.

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LEARNING: Coach Mark Seymour passes on his advice to the young players.

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SPACE: Daniel Semmens finds clear ground.

TACKLE: Ryan Salter tries to get away from tackler Hadley Skipper at Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rugby school holiday programme.

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CATCH ME: Taipari Wirepa runs away from a tackler. D8697-28

RUNNING: Mitchell Barker with ball in hand. D8697-09


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Good mates, rivals on track Allen Winter Sport reporter

TWO Eastern Bay karters travel together to meets all over the North Island and often trade top placings with each other. In the recently-completed threeround Gold Star series in the lower North Island, Cliff Walsh took out first place in the clubsport 120 category, while his team-mate Steve Muggeridge finished in second place. The pair travel together, normally with the two karts in Muggeridge’s trailer, towed by Walsh’s car. “We’re good mates,” said Muggeridge. “We’ve had a few spills, but we have a lot of fun when we go away.” Almost 60-year-old Walsh said he enjoyed racing against the younger blokes, many of whom are in their 20s, and beating them. The Gold Star series this year was run in Hawke’s Bay, Taranaki and Wellington, and there was a onepoint difference between the pair when the final tally was made. “Cliff was a bit lucky really. Had I won the last race of the series, I would have won the championship, but I came second. “However, in the grand prix section of the series [taken over the final, longer races of each round] I placed first and Cliff came third.” The pair said they tended to have good and bad rounds at opposing tracks, but when the final points were tallied up, they came together on balance. Muggeridge has been a member of the Edgecumbe-based Eastern Bay Kart Club for almost 30 years, while

CHAMP: Cliff Walsh, Gold Star karting champion, and Steve Muggeridge, runner-up, with their trophies. Photos supplied Walsh joined the club 15 years ago. “It’s a fantastic club,” Walsh said.

RACING: Steve Muggeridge leads Cliff Walsh in a recent kart race.

“The people are so helpful and friendly – we all help each other to beat the young ones. “It’s the reason I joined this club.” He reckons winning, or coming very close to it, is in his blood. “Before I started karting, I drove stock cars for a few years and then rally cars. “In my first season in rallying, I came third in the Tauranga rally in a Subaru RX7 and the following year I bought a Mitsubishi VR4 and came second. “Then I took up karting and got hooked.” For Muggeridge, he has had considerable success in karting, winning the Top Half series last year – his fourth series win. The pair head off in mid-August to compete once again in the Top Half series, starting in Hamilton, followed by Rotorua, Tokoroa and Te Puke. Then in November it will be off

down south to the Gold Star series first round in November, with the second two rounds to be held next year. The Clubsport 120 class is a relatively economical category to be racing in, the pair said. The karts are driven by 120cc engines producing about 12 horsepower, whereas the top line karts have 125cc Rotax engines, producing more than double the horsepower. “Those top kart drivers will wear out a set of tyres in a couple of races. With our class we can run the same tyres for at least a full season. “The difference in cost is huge,” said Walsh. “On most tracks our top speed is somewhere around 80km/h, whereas a superkart can hit speeds of up to 250km/h. “And you can expect to spend upwards of $50,000 to run them for a season.”

Jones shaves personal best time on Gold Coast MARATHON runner Daniel Jones shaved two minutes 25 second off his personal best time at Sunday’s Gold Coast Marathon. Placing 15th out of 7000 runners, Jones, who was up against some of the world’s fastest, had what his father Neil said was an “awesome race”. “His previous best time of 2.18.40 was in Japan, and he finished Gold Coast in 2.16.15,” he said from Townsville where

he is taking a break after watching Daniel’s race. Daniel said he was “pretty happy” with his race, and his new PB time. “My training workout was all about running to a 2.16 time, because that is the cut-off for this year’s world champs. “I missed that by 15 seconds, but that’s what it is.” He said the Gold Coast was his last opportunity to qualify for the worlds.

“I’m 28 so I still have a few years up my sleeve to get there.” He said the top runners, mainly Ethiopians, Kenyans and Japanese, tended to take off fast but then faded a bit as the race went on. He was in 40th place at the halfway mark but kept picking off heaps at the end. Recovery since the weekend had been quite quick for the legs, he said, “but my mind is taking a bit longer. It could

well be because I sat up and watched the Black Caps last night, but the mind is quite jaded today,” he said yesterday. Next on the calendar is a multisport event in China next month and from then on he has not locked in any further marathons. “I’m sort of thinking about doing the London Marathon, but that’s a fair way off so have plenty of time to think about it.”


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Draws Golf WHAKATANE Golf Club women’s ninehole draw, for Tuesday, July 16 – competition, LGU strokeplay gross; Starters: J McMillan, J Bowering. No 1 tee – 9am: M Meredith, J Black, J Julian, K Orsler; 9.05am: D Heal, C Scott, G Fisher, L May; 9.10am: G Porter, B Cass, J Bunyan, R Askey; 9.15am: J Mahoney, R Tierney, J Evans, J McMillan. No 10 tee – 9am: M Gibson, A Van Beek, M Hewlett; 9.05am: M Fogerty, J Murray, J Bowering.

Indoor bowls Ohope TUESDAY, July 2 saw the start of the Champion of Champions Triples played on a two life system with games of nine ends or 45 minutes being played. After three rounds, four teams remained and results of the fourth round saw Franz Wetzell, Dylan Greyvenstein and Carol Friend defeat Gary Hunt, Hillary Robinson and Dave Howard, while Ron Munn, Gill Reynolds and Noleen O’Connell defeated Lance Hansen, Kay Ritchie and Brian Scholes. This event was completed on Tuesday night along with a club night. In the Championship Triples final, Wetzell’s team (two lives) was defeated by Hunt’s team (one life) 13-5 while Munn’s team (one life) had the bye in the first round. Wetzell then had a bye into the final while Hunt’s team defeated Munn’s team 11 – 9. In the final, Gary Hunt, Hillary Robinson and Dave Howard defeated Franz Wetzell, Dylan Greyvenstein and Carol Friend 9-6 to take out the championship and will go forward to play in the BOP Champion of Champion Triples in Ngongotaha on August 18. The remaining members had a club night with teams of pairs and triples and played three games of seven ends. Winners with two wins and 27 points were Elaine Howard and Luke Goodall. Runnersup with two wins and 26 points were Lance Hansen and Mary Howard. Consolation, with no wins and 8 points were Wendy Cheese, Marie Lester. Next Tuesday is the Championship Pairs with names required by 6.50 for a 7pm start.

Tuesday THERE were 19 players drawn into eight teams, three teams of three and five teams of two, playing three games of seven ends at Tuesday indoor bowls. Winners were Jim Ritchie, Dylan Greyvenstein and Ian Oats with three wins and 33 points. Cheryl Smith and John Stuart were runners-up with three wins and 28 points. In third place were Enid Maclellan and Rink Scholtens with two wins and 23 points. The consolation prize went to Wally Secombe, Pip Freemantle and Mora McPherson with no wins and six points. Another day’s play will be held next Tuesday afternoon at the Bridge Street Indoor Bowls Hall with names in by 1pm for a 1:15pm start.

Whakatane IT was a very busy weekend for indoor bowlers in Whakatane with a number of different events. The Whakatane Indoor Bowls Association championship pairs was held with eight teams competing. Three teams managed to get the required five points to qualify. In the first playoff game Tom and Merleen Orr from Edgecumbe beat Gabby Jenner and Val Broadbent from Ohope. In the final, Margurrite Gerrand and Kay Ritchie from Ohope proved too strong for the Orrs, winning 9-4. On Sunday, the Whakatane rep team played Rotorua in the annual Father Curley Trophy and after a slow start the Whakatane team came from behind after lunch to take the win in style. The top team for Whakatane was Paul Guest, Marguerite Gerrand, Elaine Howard and Shelley Forster with four wins from four games. Saturday and Sunday saw the zone finals being held for the mixed fours, mixed pairs and masters fours, with the winner of each event going on to compete in the New Zealand finals. Teams from Thames Valley, Waikato, Tauranga, Poverty Bay and Bay of Plenty took part. Winners of the mixed pairs were the team from Tauranga. The mixed fours was also won by a team from Tauranga. The masters fours was won by the team from Thames Valley. This is the first year of the Masters Fours and the winner of the New Zealand finals will be the first names on the trophy.

Newcomer wins Fred Jones Memorial THIRTY runners turned up for the Fred Jones Memorial Trig Handicap race in fine conditions. The slower markers managed to hold out the faster runners with close finishing times, and new club member Jagdeep Sandhu won the trophy with a time of 35.40, with William Doney snr in second in a time of 38.19. Third was Kim Townsend in a time of 41.25, with Catriona Manning fourth and William Doney Jnr fifth. The fastest time went to Teunis Schoneveld in a time of 26.27, with Phillip Mcllroy-Bisley in second in a time of 26.41. Oliver Ashburn placed third in a time of 27.34. The first woman was Katrina Anderson, second was Kim Townsend and Catriona Manning was third. A good number of walkers also took part in the event, with Bronwyn Perkinson in first, Natalie Cleland in second and Ritchie Cleland third. In the two-kilometer race, Riley Ewell was first and Taylor Ewell second. In the 5km run, first was Alex Manning, second Anna Isaac and Trae Rangitakatu was third. This Saturday’s run will be the Bigwood Memorial and Cooper Trophy Handicap at Maraetotara Reserve Ohope, 2pm for a 2.30 start. Everyone is welcome for the Sunday morning walk or run starting at 8am at the clubrooms.

FASTEST: Teunis Schoneveld was the first man home in the Fred Jones Memorial Trig Handicap on Saturday. Photo supplied

Croquet win Whakatane to host Farah for Whakatane Cup women’s rugby game A TEAM from the Whakatane Croquet Club successfully defended their annual Wooden Spoon Challenge against the Tauranga Croquet Club on Monday. Each club was represented by five doubles combinations. Representing Whakatane were Graham Wilson and Howard Shroll; Anne Wilson and Carol Ainsworth; Peter Voss and Christine Wickham; Tony and Pat Hall; and Cindy Clarke and Laina Weir. Each combination played five games and Whakatane finished with 13 games to Tauranga’s 12. The Whakatane club’s AC section is staging a two-day tournament this weekend, which means there will be no club play on Saturday or Sunday.

WHAKATANE will be host to a national women’s rugby game in the Farah Palmer Cup competition this September. The Bay of Plenty team will come up against Auckland at Rugby Park in the third round of the competition on September 3. Eastern Bay of Plenty Rugby SubUnion president John Brophy said more women’s games had been held in Whakatane since the game had become more in vogue. “It’s good for Whakatane to have a rep game here. We will try and do a bit more to make it a good day,” he said. “We will be looking to get a good cur-

tainraiser if we can.” Brophy said the sub-union would be having a meeting shortly to consider options. Meanwhile, the annual Eastern Bay v East Coast representative game will be played on Rugby Park on Saturday, August 3. Up for grabs will be the Basil Simpson Trophy, donated by Simpson, who died on July 2. Brophy said Simpson had been hoping to be around to watch the game and present the trophy. He said the Eastern Bay team would be selected in a week or two, once the Baywide championship was over.

Whakatane Golf Club happenings WEDNESDAY, July 3 – Women’s Appleby Cup, round one: Hilary Corbett 71, Sarah McLaverty 73, Robyn Johnson, Jane Gordon, Julia Jacobsen, Maureen Corbitt, 74; Jan Crawshaw, Megan Aldridge 75, Barbara Anderson 77, Pip Lawson, Margaret Taia 78, Jill Carney 79, Marlene Hanright, Kay Swanson, 80. * * * SATURDAY, July 6 – Men’s nett: Tyler Van Asselt, Joshua Mitchell, 66; Darryl McEwan 67, Mark Badger, Charlie Bluett, Ross Corbett, 68; Clarke Baker, Corbin Aldridge, 70; Miles Mander, Jim Martin, Jeff Banbury, Shaun Cooney, Shaun Davey, 71; Carey Hahipene 72, Russell Nickel, Stu Carney, 73; Philip McEwan, Brian Chase, John Anderson, Stu Stephen, 74. * * * SUNDAY, July 7 – Helloworld social day, men’s division one: John Spring 38, Huck Johnson, Charlie Bluett, 37; Crete Wana 36, Royden Track, Wayne Aldridge, Paul Revell, 35; men’s division two:

Nick Johnson 38, John Anderson 37, Jim Dippie 36, Terry Boe, Paul Gundersen, Rob Barker, 35; Wetini Mokomoko 34. Women: Alison Barr 37, Julia Jacobsen 36, Philippa Spring, Megan Aldridge, 34; Anne Volmuller, Maureen Corbitt, 33; Kay Swanson 31; nearest the pin, men division one: John Spring; division two: Paul Gundersen; women: Jane Gordon; longest putt: Maureen Corbitt; twos: John Spring x 2, Ryan Maxwell, Paul Gundersen, Jim Dippie; lucky draw entrants: Ali Barr, John Spring, Nick Johnson, Steve Lee, Hugh Blackburn, Hilary Corbett, Crete Wana, John Anderson. * * * TUESDAY, July 9 – Nine-hole women, Dot Mahy Memorial Salver: Cathrine Scott 18 c/b, Judy McMillan 18, Glenda Porter 17, Jan Wilbur-Smith 15, Mattie Gibson, Jenny Mahoney, Robyn Askey, Margaret Hewlett, 14; nearest the flag: Joanne Black, Joyce Evans; longest putt: Mattie Gibson, Margaret Hewlett.

Nine-hole men: Bruce Robinson 25, Ross Burrows 21, Rob Barrett 18; best putter: Rob Barrott; longest drive: Ross Burrows; nearest the pin: Bruce Ogilvy; longest putt: Ross Burrows. Veterans: John Keene 39, Brent Willetts 38, Kai Kingi, Harry Waters, Brian Dunn, Butler Brown, 36; Mick Tee 35, Rob May 34, Bob Atmore 33. * * * Coming up Saturday, July 13: Women’s third round Appleby Cup; men: blue tee Stableford haggle. Tuesday, July 16: Nine-hole women, fifth putting; Nine-hole men, first round matchplay qualifying; Vets first round matchplay. Wednesday, July 17: Third round Appleby Cup. Thursday, July 18: Men, Thursday men’s golf. Saturday, July 20: Women’s fifth area Stableford, shootout, qualifying Dorothy McNicol; Men premier event - the four majors, card draw, 10.45am, tee off 11am.


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Convincing win for Town AFC WHAKATANE Town AFC scored a convincing 5-1 win over Kawerau on Saturday in their local derby match. Top of the league table Whakatane Town vice president Jake Norman said his team had not lost a game since the first game of the season, but they were only quietly confident of a win against Kawerau. “Kawerau always come up with surprises,” he said, “especially because it’s a local derby – and they certainly did in that game.” Striker Brendan Mitchell scored a hat trick in the game which certainly helped the result, said Norman. He said he was “quietly confident” that the team would continue to the

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YOUNG Rumate â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 10.03.35 - 12.07.97. The world changes year to year, Our lives from day to day, But the memory of you LE SUEUR Tui has never passed away. Pirihira â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Two years today Mum. Mum, Nan, Pinky. You are never far from our thoughts. We miss you like crazy. Often donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t believe that you are gone. Forever in our hearts. PH: 308 8129 Many memories we hold dear. Love you always. Your loving family.

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MOEKE Kathleen â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Proverbs 31:10:11 & 20. Who can ďŹ nd a virtuous wife for her worth is far above rubies. The heart of her husband safely trusts her. She extends her hand to the poor, yes, she reaches out her hands to the needy. * * * * * * MOEKE Kath â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Passed away 14.07.2013. 6 years since you have been gone We all miss you very much Forever in our hearts Rest in the arms of our Lord Love you Mum. Arohanui, Eirene x. OWEN, Daphne Lily â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 12.06.193519.07.19. In loving memory of a much treasured friend. Lesley, Steve, Mitch and Kath.

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The purpose of the hui is to record the owners opposition to Maori Land Court vesting ownership of the dwelling to Tokai and Peti Nohotima.

AFTER HOURS MEDICAL CARE

Rangitunoa Black (Power of Attorney) for Anituatua Black 022 634 3095

SATURDAY 13TH & SUNDAY 14TH JULY 2019 Phone your GP's clinic first. A Registered Nurse will answer the phone and will tell you where to go for treatment. If you have a life threatening condition dial 111.

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GP CLINIC PHONE NUMBERS The Doctors, Kopeopeo Med Central, Kopeopeo The Doctors Phoenix, Whakatane Total Health Doctors, Whakatane Ohope Beach Medical Centre, Ohope Riverslea Medical Centre, Edgecumbe Tarawera Medical Centre, Kawerau Kawerau Medical Centre, Kawerau Toi Ora Health Centre, Opotiki Whakatohea Health Centre, Opotiki Church Street Surgery, Opotiki Taneatua Medical Centre

11:00am Sunday, July 28, 2019 Kokohinau Marae, 331 Te Teko Road

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SMILLIE Mark Donald â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 14.03.1959 - 08.07.2019. Suddenly at Whakatane. Loving father of Ella and Ezra. Friend of many. Funeral 2pm Monday at Hillcrest Crematorium. Will be sadly missed. RIP Dad.

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All further enquires please contact: Taupara Eruera Kokohinau Papakainga Trust Manager kpthousing@gmail.com Mobile: 027 383 0650

WHAKATANE: Total Health Chemist, The Strand, Whakatane. Ph 308 9009. Hours: Saturday 9.30am - 1.00pm and 2.30pm - 4.30pm. Sunday 10.30am 1.00pm and 2.30pm - 4.30pm. KAWERAU: Kawerau Pharmacy, Tarawera Court. Phone (07) 323 8989. Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm. Saturday 9am - 12 noon. OPOTIKI: Opotiki Pharmacy, 110 Church Street. Phone (07) 315 6251. Hours: Sunday 10am - 12 noon.

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BURGESS Robert Stanley (Graeme) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, surrounded by love after a long illness, borne with amazing fortitude; aged 73 years. So dearly loved husband of Anita, wonderful Dad and father-in-law to Nicholas and Sonya, Johanna (Jo) and John Byron, James and Sarah, loved Grandad of Thomas, and James; Chloe, Tobin, and Charlotte (Lotte), much loved youngest brother and brother-inlaw of Bruce and Suree Burgess, Anne Hall, June and Bill Pattinson, Mary Bell, Gwen Wardlaw, and Peter Burgess. Predeceased by Maurice and Beryl Burgess, John and Louise Burgess, GeoďŹ&#x20AC; Hall, Allen Bell, and Gordon Wardlaw, legendary uncle of his 33 nieces and nephews. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fly free, soar over the hillsâ&#x20AC;? A celebration of Graemeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life will be held in Hope and Sons Chapel, 523 Andersons Bay Road, Dunedin at 1.30pm on Monday, July 15, followed by private cremation. Messages to The Burgess Family, C/- DX Box YX15033, Dunedin 9012, or leave a message on Graemeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s page at www.tributes.co.nz

FAHEY, Brian â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Its been two years since you left us. We thought of you today, but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and days before that too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. All we have are memories and your picture in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake from which weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never part. God has you in His arms, and we have you in our hearts. Remembered with love, Karen and family xxxx

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TELEVISION GUIDE Friday, July 12

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6am Breakfast 9am The Ellen DeGeneres Show   10am Tipping Point  11am The Chase   Noon 1 News At Midday  12:30 Emmerdale PGR  1pm Coronation Street Catch-Up PGR   2pm Location, Location, Location   3pm Tipping Point Lucky Stars  4pm Te Karere  4:30 Funny You Should Ask 4:55 The Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Seven Sharp  7:30 The World’s Best Global talent competition that features acts from all genres, and from every part of the world. Hosted by James Corden.  8:30 A Place To Call Home AO Sarah supports a heartbroken Roy; Elizabeth questions her place in the family; Henry’s life is changed.  9:35 Coronation Street PGR  10:40 1 News Tonight  11:10 800 Words PGR  

6:30 Peppa Pig  6:40 PJ Masks   7am Monchhichi Tribe   7:25 Mysticons   7:50 The Tom And Jerry Show  8:15 Doc McStuffins – Toy Hospital   8:35 Captain Jake And The Neverland Pirates   9am Infomercials 10:05 The Middle   10:35 Neighbours   11:10 Famous In Love PGR  Noon Judge Rinder PGR  2pm Will And Grace PGR  2:30 Home And Away   3pm Shortland Street PGR   3:35 Peppa Pig  3:40 Pokemon XYZ   4pm Fanimals  4:30 Friends   5pm The Simpsons   5:30 Home And Away  6pm The Big Bang Theory   6:30 Neighbours  7pm Shortland Street PGR  7:30 The Simpsons  8pm Ellen’s Game Of Games  9pm 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown AO  10pm Wife Swap NZ   11pm Cougar Town   11:25 Brooklyn Nine-Nine PGR  11:50 The Mick AO  

6am The AM Show 9am The Café 10am Infomercials 11:30 DailyMailTV PGR Noon Face The Truth PGR 12:30 Dr Phil PGR 1:30 The Titan Games   2:30 Wipeout   3:30 DailyMailTV PGR  4pm NewsHub Live At 4pm 4:30 Entertainment Tonight 5pm Love Island UK 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Project 8pm The Graham Norton Show PGR Graham is joined by Madonna, Sir Ian McKellen, Danny Boyle, Lily James, Himesh Patel, and Sheryl Crow.  9:05 F Live At The Apollo AO  10:05 The Conners PGR Jackie persuades Dan to build a chicken coop in the backyard so the family can eat organic eggs; Becky meets Andrea for the first time since the surrogacy mishap.  10:30 NewsHub Late 11pm Fail Army AO   11:30 Entertainment Tonight Weekend 

6am Codename – Kids Next Door  6:30 Cricket – World Cup Breakfast Show 7:40 100 Things To Do Before High School  8:05 Ben 10 – Omniverse  8:30 Game Shakers 8:55 Tiki Tour   9:20 Million Dollar Minute  9:50 The Crowd Goes Wild PGR 10:20 The Doctors PGR 11:15 Hot Bench 11:40 Antiques Roadshow  12:40 Ed PGR  1:35 Pacific Games (HLS) 3pm Wheel Of Fortune 3:30 Jeopardy 4pm The Chase Australia  5pm Everybody Loves Raymond  5:30 Prime News 6pm Cricket – World Cup (HLS) 7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 L Netball – World Cup Silver Ferns v Malawi. From M&S Arena in Liverpool, England.  10pm Raw PGR 11pm SmackDown PGR

6:30 Waiata Mai  6:40 Avatar  7:10 Tamariki Haka 7:20 E Kori 7:25 E Ki E Ki 7:30 Pipi Ma 7:40 Darwin + Newts 7:50 Kids’ Kai Kart  8am Pukana   8:50 Paia  9am Te Ao – Maori News  9:30 Easy Eats  10am Tangaroa With Pio  10:30 Paki Vault  11am Tales From The Trails Noon Waka Warriors  12:30 Billy T James AO  1pm Toa – Toa O Aotearoa PGR  1:30 Both Worlds  2pm Opaki  2:30 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  3pm Waiata Mai  3:10 Avatar  3:40 Tamariki Haka  3:50 E Kori  3:55 E Ki E Ki 4pm Pipi Ma 4:10 Darwin + Newts  4:20 Kids’ Kai Kart  4:30 Tribe 5pm Waka Ama Sprints 5:30 Senior Kapa Haka Regionals  6pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm Whanau Living  7:30 Toa Hunter Gatherer PGR  8pm What’s Up With The Tumoanas? PGR  8:30 M Stepmom AO 1998 Drama. 10:45 Te Ao – Maori News  11:15 Senior Kapa Haka Regionals  11:45 Closedown

6am Te Karere    6:30 Country Calendar   7am Heathrow – Britain’s Busiest Airport   7:30 Infomercials  9am Whanau Living  9:30 Tagata Pasifika  10am Tipping Point  11am Britain’s Best Home Cook   12:05 Victoria PGR   1:05 Coast v Country  2pm George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces   3pm Sugar Free Farm   4pm Supershoppers 4:30 Fishing And Adventures   5pm The Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Extreme Chocolate Makers Evelyn Day creates a metre-high white-chocolate fairy castle; Laura Miller brings a spectacular creation to a mental-health awareness event.  7:30 The World’s Best PGR  8pm L Lotto 8:05 The World’s Best PGR Continued.  9:20 Anika Moa Unleashed AO  9:50 F The Little Drummer Girl AO  11:05 Blindspot AO  

6am The Wot Wots   6:20 Thomas And Friends  6:30 Blaze And The Monster Machines  6:55 Ben 10   7:05 Be Cool Scooby Doo!  7:30 Super Dinosaur  7:50 Transformers Cyberverse  8:15 Lego Ninjago – Masters Of Spinjitzu  8:40 Beyblade Burst Evolution   9:05 Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man v The Sinister Six  9:30 Dragon Ball Super PGR  10am Fresh 10:30 F Regular Show  10:40 Young And Hungry PGR 11:10 Suburgatory PGR   11:40 8 Simple Rules   12:05 Love Connection PGR   1:05 Wife Swap NZ   2:05 Renters PGR   2:35 My Kitchen Rules   6:05 The Big Bang Theory   6:35 Young Sheldon   7pm M Cars 3 2017 Animated Adventure.  8:50 M Mad Max – Fury Road AO 2015 Action. 11:15 M Collateral Damage AO 2002 Action.

6am Charles Stanley 6:30 The Project  7:25 Infomercials 9:30 NewsHub Nation  10:30 Survivor – Game Changers  11:25 Face Off PGR  12:25 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR   1:55 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  3pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  4pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  5pm America’s Next Top Model  6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm America’s Got Talent Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough join judges Simon and Howie as a variety of acts audition for the chance to win $1 million.  8:55 M Victoria And Abdul PGR 2017 Drama. Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young clerk, despite her inner circle’s disapproval. Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Eddie Izzard.  11pm M Resurrection Mary AO 2007 Horror. Kevin G Schmidt, Pamela Noble, Sally Kirkland.

6am Codename – Kids Next Door  6:25 Batman – Brave And The Bold   6:50 World Of Quest  7:15 Kid v Kat  7:40 100 Things To Do Before High School   8:05 Teen Titans  8:30 Batman – The Animated Series  9am Justice League PGR 10am Raw PGR  11am SmackDown PGR  Noon NRL Try Time 1pm Tour De France 1:30 100 Day Bach  2:30 Pacific Games 3:40 Rugby – Women’s Super Series 4:10 Hot Bench  5pm Addicted To Fishing Lure maker Nathan Adams, who does not give his knowledge away easily, offers to show the girls his spot, but they can only use Shimano electric reels.  5:30 Prime News 6pm Netball – World Cup  7pm Mighty Machines PGR  7:30 Massive Engineering Mistakes PGR 8:30 Weather Gone Viral PGR  9:30 Rugby League – NRL 11:30 Netball – World Cup

6:30 Te Ao – Maori News  7am Waiata Mai  7:10 Pukoro  7:40 Kainga Whakapaipai  7:50 Polyfest Kapa Haka  8:20 Smooth  8:30 Pukana   10am Basketball – Fiba World Cup Qualifiers  11:30 School Of Training  Noon Waka Ama Sprints  1pm Haati Grassroots Rugby  2pm Basketball – College Nationals (RPL) 3pm The Pits TV 4pm Marae PGR  4:30 Easy Eats  5pm Fresh 5:30 Moteatea  6pm Waka Huia  6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm M 3 Ninjas Kick Back PGR 1994 Family Comedy. 8:40 M Le Week-End AO 2013 Comedy Drama. A British couple return to Paris years after their honeymoon to rejuvenate their marriage. 10:20 Te Ao – Maori News  10:50 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  11:50 Closedown

6am Our Big Blue Backyard   6:50 Tiny House Nation  7:35 Tagata Pasifika  8am Praise Be  8:30 The Big Ward   8:55 F The Week The Landlords Moved In   10am Marae PGR   10:30 Waka Huia 11am Attitude  11:30 Fair Go  11:55 Sunday  12:55 Coast v Country  1:55 Heavy Rescue PGR 2:55 Chasing Monsters  3:55 Secret Scotland  4:55 The Celebrity Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Country Calendar Food Farm.  7:30 Sunday  8:30 F That’s A Bit Racist AO  9:30 F Catch 22 AO Alive and intact, Yossarian is thwarted by an old adversary and, when confronted by a major loss, he undergoes a transformation.  10:30 F Seven Types Of Ambiguity AO   11:40 Of Kings And Prophets AO  

6am Paw Patrol  6:25 Thomas And Friends 6:35 Puppy Dog Pals   7am Alvinnn!!! And The Chipmunks   7:10 Chuggington – Little Trainees   7:15 Kitty Is Not A Cat  7:35 F Raven’s Home   8am What Now? 10am Shortland Street Omnibus PGR   12:05 F America’s Funniest Home Videos 12:30 M Hairspray PGR 2007 Comedy Musical. 2:50 Home And Away   5:30 Friends   6pm The $200k Drop  7pm My Kitchen Rules PGR Josh and Austin must redeem themselves; as three guests leave, the biggest surprise is at the table.  8:30 M Baby Driver AO 2017 Action. Coerced into working for a crime boss, talented getaway driver Baby finds himself involved in a doomed robbery that threatens his life, love, and freedom.  10:45 Wife Swap NZ   11:35 M Demonic AO 2015 Horror.

6am Life TV 6:30 Brian Houston 7am Charles Stanley 8am Life TV  8:30 Turning Point 9am Andy And Ben Eat Australia PGR  9:30 The Hui  10am NewsHub Nation   11am Tasty Conversations  11:10 Ocean Bounty   Noon Entertainment Tonight Weekend 1pm Motorsport – Formula E Street Racers 1:30 Motorsport – Titans RX (HLS) 2pm Motorsport – New Zealand Rally Championship (HLS) 3pm Motorsport – MotoGP (HLS) 4pm Motorsport – British Touring Car Championship 5pm Big Angry Fish  6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  8:35 M The Hitman’s Bodyguard AO 2017 Action. With a criminal trial looming, the world’s top bodyguard must put his differences aside when he is hired to work alongside a callous hitman.  10:45 Chicago PD AO  11:40 Hawaii Five-0 AO  

6am Religious Programming 7am Nella The Princess Knight   7:30 Religious Programming 10:30 Sport Box 11am Pacific Games Noon Death In Paradise PGR   1pm Grassroots Rugby 2pm University Challenge   2:30 Cycling – Tour De France 3pm Kiwi League Show 3:30 Ice Road Truckers  4:30 A Place In The Sun – Winter Sun Roger and Obie have retired and want to relocate to Spain. Ben Hillman is going to need all his expertise as Obie has never been to Spain and Roger hasn’t visited in 40 years. 5:30 Prime News 6pm Netball – World Cup 7pm Storage Wars PGR 7:30 Secrets Of The World’s Super Skyscrapers  8:30 Concorde – The Supersonic Race  9:30 60 Minutes PGR 10:30 Netball – World Cup

6:30 Te Ao – Maori News  7am Waiata Mai  7:10 Pukoro  7:40 Kainga Whakapaipai  7:50 Polyfest Kapa Haka  8:20 Smooth  8:30 Waka Ama Sprints  9am Marae Kai Masters  10am Sidewalk Karaoke PGR  10:30 Tangaroa With Pio  11am Game Of Bros PGR  11:30 R&R Noon On The Ladder  12:30 IVF World Sprints  1pm Touch Rugby – Junior National Championships  2pm M 3 Ninjas Kick Back PGR 1994 Family Comedy. 4pm Haka Global  4:30 Off The Grid  5pm Tagata Pasifika 5:30 Nga Tangata Taumata Rau  6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm Te Ao With Moana  7:30 Power Meri 8:30 M Viceroy’s House AO 2017 Drama. 10:30 Te Ao – Maori News  11pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  11:30 Closedown

6am Breakfast 9am The Ellen DeGeneres Show   10am Tipping Point  11am The Chase   Noon 1 News At Midday  12:30 Emmerdale PGR  1pm Coronation Street Catch-Up PGR   2pm Location, Location, Location   3pm Tipping Point Lucky Stars  4pm Te Karere   4:30 Funny You Should Ask  4:55 The Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Seven Sharp  7:30 Fair Go  8pm The Checkup Four doctors investigate popular health claims, common myths, and misconceptions to discover the truth about health.  8:30 Criminal Minds AO  9:25 Q+A Local political-affairs programme.  10:25 1 News Tonight  10:55 Reverie AO  11:45 The Catch AO 

6:30 Peppa Pig  6:40 PJ Masks   7am Monchhichi Tribe   7:25 Mysticons   7:50 The Tom And Jerry Show  8:15 Doc McStuffins – Toy Hospital   8:35 Captain Jake And The Neverland Pirates   9:05 Infomercials 10:10 The Middle   10:40 Neighbours   11:10 My Kitchen Rules PGR   12:30 Judge Rinder PGR 2:30 Home And Away   3pm Shortland Street PGR   3:30 Peppa Pig  3:35 Pokemon XYZ   4pm Fanimals  4:30 The Simpsons   5pm Home And Away  6pm The Big Bang Theory   6:30 Neighbours  7pm Shortland Street PGR  8pm My Kitchen Rules PGR  9:10 Instant Hotel  10:15 Two And A Half Men AO   10:45 Cougar Town PGR   11:10 Lethal Weapon AO 

6am The AM Show 9am The Café 10am Infomercials 11:25 DailyMailTV PGR 11:55 Face The Truth PGR 12:25 Dr Phil PGR 1:25 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  The most controversial room reveal is threatened by cheating scandals and a theft, leaving one team’s master bedroom and en suite in serious trouble.  3pm Ready Set Reno   3:30 DailyMailTV PGR 4pm NewsHub Live At 4pm 4:30 Entertainment Tonight 5pm Love Island UK 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Project 7:30 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  8:35 Westside AO  9:35 SVU AO  10:30 NewsHub Late 11pm The Hui   11:35 NewsHub Nation  

6am Codename – Kids Next Door  6:30 Cricket – World Cup Breakfast Show 7:40 100 Things To Do Before High School   8:05 Ben 10 – Omniverse  8:30 Game Shakers 8:55 Tiki Tour   9:20 Million Dollar Minute  9:50 The Crowd Goes Wild PGR  10:20 The Doctors PGR 11:15 Hot Bench 11:40 Antiques Roadshow  12:40 Ed PGR  1:40 Pacific Games (HLS) 3pm Wheel Of Fortune 3:30 Jeopardy 4pm Netball – World Cup (HLS)  5pm Everybody Loves Raymond  5:30 Prime News 6pm Cricket – World Cup (HLS)  7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 American Pickers 8:30 M Bad Boys AO 1995 Action Comedy. Two hip detectives protect a murder witness while investigating a case of stolen heroin. Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Tea Leoni.  10:50 Cycling – Tour De France (HLS) 11:25 Netball – World Cup

6:30 Waiata Mai  6:40 Avatar  7:10 Tamariki Haka 7:20 E Kori 7:25 E Ki E Ki 7:30 Pipi Ma 7:40 Darwin + Newts 7:50 F Paia  8am Pukana   8:50 Paia  9am Te Ao – Maori News  9:30 Easy Eats  10am Tangaroa With Pio  10:30 Paki Vault  11am Tales From The Trails Noon F Waka Warriors  12:30 Billy T James AO  1pm Toa – Toa O Aotearoa PGR  1:30 Both Worlds  2pm Opaki  2:30 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  3pm Waiata Mai  3:10 Avatar  3:40 Tamariki Haka  3:50 E Kori  3:55 E Ki E Ki 4pm Pipi Ma 4:10 Darwin + Newts  4:20 F Paia  4:30 Pukana  5pm Globe 5:30 Senior Kapa Haka Regionals  6pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm Whanau Living  7:30 Exotic Delights 8pm Marae PGR  8:30 M Where To Invade Next AO 2016 Documentary. 10:35 Waka Huia 11:05 Te Ao – Maori News  11:35 Closedown

Key:  Closed captions;  Maori language;  Repeat; HLS Highlights; RPL Replay; DLY Delayed Classifications: AO Adults only; PGR Parental guidance recommended for young viewers

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