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FROM noon today, the district will know who is running in the local government elections. Council hopefuls have until midday today to submit their nominations for a

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MOVING ON: The Awakeri hall has been sold again leaving the scouts without a home. Council has consented for a new scout hall to be built on the Awakeri School grounds. File photo

Awakeri Scouts to move, hall sold with farm Charlotte Jones Staff reporter

RESOURCE consent has been granted to rebuild the Awakeri Scouts’ Den on the Awakeri Primary School grounds. The future of the Awakeri Scouts had been in flux after the Awakeri War Memorial Hall was sold amid accusations of a fire sale to property developer Barry Caulfield. Whakatane District Council general manager community services Mike Naude made the announcement at yesterday’s project and services committee meeting. He also assured councillors that staff were working with the new owners of the hall to find a place for the hall’s plaques honouring those from the community who went to war. Mr Naude said the council had agreed with the scouts to provide them with a “like-for-like” den on the Awakeri Primary School grounds.

The scouts den had originally been in a lean-to next to the hall which Mr Caulfield had since on-sold with his farm. Mr Naude said the council was now working with the new owners to negotiate a 12-month lease for the scout den to ensure the scouts still had somewhere to meet until their new accommodation was available. Councillor Andrew Iles questioned Mr Naude on what would happen to the hall’s plaques now that it had been on-sold. “We have been having meetings with the new owners and then we will work with the community on a suitable place to re-home them to,” Mr Naude said. “Whether that would be the museum or possibly the Awakeri Events Centre, that would be up to the community.” Mr Iles also asked what the new owners were planning to do with the war memorial hall as he had heard from some in the community that they

would like to hold a farmer’s market there. Mr Naude replied that when he first spoke to the new owners, they had only just taken over the site and were unsure of what they were going to do with the hall. “I will be meeting with them again and will keep you updated,” said Mr Naude. Mr Caulfield originally bought the hall amid accusations of a “fire sale” as the council sold it to him at $65,000 below its valuation and did not make it available for public tender. As he on-sold the hall and adjacent scout den as part of his farm it cannot be said if he made a profit on the sale or not. While the BEACON was not able to reach Mr Caulfield for comment, in the past he has denied selling the hall, despite the council confirming he had. The new owners’ plans for the hall are not yet known.

Whakatane gets learning support co-ordinators TEN schools in the Whakatane Community of Learning will benefit from the appointment of nine full-time Learning Support co-ordinators. The first tranche of new education professionals who will help provide learning support to children in more than 1000 schools and kura countrywide has been allocated by the Ministry of Education. Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin announced that the 623 new Learning Support Co-ordinators (LSCs) would start

in January and were integral to a more flexible and joined-up approach to learning support, called the Learning Support Delivery Model, which is already being implemented across New Zealand. The LSCs will work alongside teachers and with specialist providers and parents to ensure students receive the support they need to learn. They will be full time, qualified teachers and focus on identifying the learning support that students need. Ministry of Education staff will then be responsible for

accessing the supports and services that are required. The LSCs will not have other classroom teaching or management responsibilities and it is a funded role that is additional to the SENCOs (Special Education Needs Co-ordinators) that some schools have. Chairman of the Whakatane Community of Learning Chris Nielsen has told parents the appointment of the LSCs would have a huge impact on those students with special learning needs.


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WHAKATANE District Council will hold two dropin sessions next week to seek community feedback on its draft Climate Change Principles and Stormwater 2050 strategy. Stormwater 2050 is a review of the management of the Whakatane urban stormwater systems, including the quantity and quality of stormwater runoff. This is driven partly by the need to obtain a Comprehensive Stormwater Consent for the Whakatane urban area and gives the council an opportunity to plan for a more resilient stormwater system. “Whakatane is a floodprone area so, when we get significant rainfall events, the intensity of stormwater runoff can create local flooding issues and we undertake projects to address these,” said Nicholas Woodley, Whakatane District Council manager policy, planning and consents compliance. “However, stormwater runoff can also convey pollutants into the surrounding water bodies. We are aiming to improve stormwater management by enhancing pollution control at, or close to, their sources, requiring the use of green infrastructure engineering solutions where practicable, and through increased environmental monitoring.”

AN increasing number of Whakatane ratepayers are choosing to pay by direct debits. Whakatane District Council reports 168 additional direct debits were loaded for water rates in the year ending June 30, representing a 9 percent increase for the 2018-19 financial year. There were 151 additional direct debits loaded for land rates, representing a 4 percent increase for the year.

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The council is also asking for feedback on draft principles that have been developed to guide future decision-making on climate change. “It’s essential we get these principles right, because once finalised they will form our wider climate change strategy and action plans,” council manager strategy and community development Cashy Ball said. The Stormwater 2050 and

Climate Change drop-in sessions will be held in the Little Orchard Room at Te Koputu, Whakatane library and exhibition centre, from 11.30am-2pm on Tuesday, August 20 and on Thursday, August 22, from 4.30-7pm. A Have your Say page for climate change has also been set up on the council website. See www.whakatane.govt.nz/ climate-change-principles. Consultation is open until

August 30. On September 18, council will consider all feedback received before reviewing and adopting the Climate Change Principles. The full Draft Climate Change Principles document is available at www. whakatane.govt.nz/climate For more information about Stormwater 2050 visit www.whakatane.govt.nz/ stormwater-2050

Noon cutoff for candidates „ Continued from Page 2 board, had only two people nominated for six positions. Four people have put their names in for the six positions on the Rangitaiki community board. Four people are running for the six positions on the Taneatua community board and seven people for the eight positions on the Whakatane-Ohope community board. Until yesterday, Kawerau mayor Malcolm Campbell looked set to campaign unopposed, but newcomer Tracy Hill threw her hat into the ring at the 11th hour. Despite the initial slow uptake, there are now 11 people vying for the eight positions as councillor for the Kawerau

officer Janie Storey District. Last week there Tony Bonne, said people would need were only two. outgoing Mayor to let Election Services The election date and of Whakatane know where they were, all candidate names will and papers could be be publicised by electoral redirected if needed officers from August 21, although this would need with voting documents to be done very soon. delivered to households “If you have someone from September 20-25. collecting your mail you All voting documents can ask them to redirect must then be sent back to the council before 12pm on October 12. your mail to where you will be,” said Ms If you are not going to be home during Storey. “If you are travelling around for the time voting documents are distributed those three weeks, overseas for example, special votes can be sought and sent to and not in a place where the papers can where you are, although officials advise it be sent, it would not be possible to cast is better to have the original voting paper a vote.” The official election results will be sent there if possible. Whakatane District Council electoral declared between October 17 and 23.

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EAST Coast MP Anne Tolley is hosting opposition spokesperson for arts, culture and heritage Nicky Wagner in Whakatane and Opotiki next week. Ms Wagner has launched a survey to engage the arts, culture and heritage sector and develop new and innovative policies The sector survey will test some of the ideas opportunities and challenges these sectors face in New Zealand today. “This sector has a tremendous social and economic value to New Zealand both domestically and internationally and is an integral part of how we see ourselves,” she said. “Estimates suggest the creative economy is worth around $17 billion to our GDP and provides over 130,000 jobs.” The free public meetings are on August 23 at 10am at the Lyceum Clubrooms on Domain Rd, Whakatane, and at 1.30pm at the Opotiki Heritage Art Centre in King Street, Opotiki. The survey can be accessed at www.nickywagner.co.nz

Museum manager talk MARK Sykes, the new manager of collections and research at Whakatane’s Museum Research Centre, will be talking about new developments at the facility next week. The event is being presented by Arts Whakatane, and will follow its annual meeting, to be held 5.30pm on Wednesday, August 21 in the Little Orchard Room at Te Koputu, Whakatane library and exhibition centre.


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CAREER GROWTH: Students from Whakatane High School enjoyed a visit at Southern Cross Horticulture during their tour. Photo supplied

Students growing their careers Sven Carlsson Staff reporter

EASTERN Bay high school students enjoyed learning more about the orchard and postharvest sectors of horticulture yesterday. Close to 100 year 11 to year 13 students and teachers from Opotiki College, Tarawera High School, Whakatane High School and Trident High School took part in the second annual “Cultivate Your Career” event on Thursday. The Eastern Bay Cultivate Your Career event is a partnership between New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers, the Bay of Plenty Young Fruitgrowers Upskilling Trust and the Eastern Bay’s

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The next stop of the tour was at EastPack Edgecumbe, where they learned about the postharvest sector, including logistics and the supply chain. NZKGI project co-ordinator Renee Fritchley said this year’s tour was special because it had a practical focus on kiwifruit following the cycle from nursery through to postharvest production. “There are also ambassadors from the industry who will accompany the students on the tour to answer their questions,” she said. Southern Cross Horticulture head of people and culture Lee Du Preez said his company was “proud be able to inspire our next generation of leaders by showcasing what our industry has to offer”.

A growing industry HORTICULTURE is New Zealand’s fourth largest primary industry with an export revenue increasing steadily each year to a projected $6.1 billion for 2019. Of the kiwifruit grown in the country, the Bay of Plenty region produces 80 percent. For the 2018 to 2019 season, the Opotiki and Whakatane regions contributed $256 million. Kiwifruit production is forecast to increase significantly by 2030. To achieve this growth the industry requires skilled talent who can help drive horticulture’s success further. The kiwifruit industry has 5500 permanent positions, which is expected to increase to around 7000 by 2030.

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Starting the hard conversations Kathy Forsyth Chief reporter

WHAKATANE has several challenges – and opportunities. Among these are climate change, the provision of clean and sustainable water, social issues such as methamphetamine, and growing the town by encouraging new business and people and giving our youth a future here. So says Wayne Marriott, historian, art expert, community and family man and the newest candidate for Whakatane District Council. Mr Marriott has thrown his hat into the ring and is running for council for the Ohope-Whakatane ward. “We are sitting at a crucial point and there are a number of opportunities that are facing council … we need to make sure we are going forward and ensuring that council is an enabler, and that local businesses and our young people have a voice in the community and that we are responding to the needs of our community, which we aren’t at the moment. “My focus includes access to clean water, ensuring our roads and transports hubs are economically viable and sustainable, working in partnership with our other local authorities to ensure that the Eastern Bay of Plenty is ready and open for business; and engaging with the community on how we can implement a real contribution to waste reduction.” Reducing our carbon footprint and encouraging long-term investment in sustainable business which creates real employment, and job opportunities for this and future generations, is also his focus. “More than 88 percent of the decisions which directly affect this community are made at a central government level. It is now time to return much of that decision-making process to the communities who know best how to look after this and future generations,” he said. “Climate change is a reality and our role is to try to mitigate some of the impact and the effects.” A business owner; Mr Marriott, with his wife Andrea Marriott Wilkes, is owner of Art & Acre, he wants to draw business to Whakatane and to ensure they offer sustainable jobs. He is worried Whakatane is becoming a second-hand and charity shop town. “What does that project, does it say that we are living in a vibrant, alive town or does it send a message we are a little sleepy hollow and our people shop in Tauranga or shop online?” Demands are growing on places such as the airport. Retirement villages, too. “We have lost so many members of this community to retirement villages in Katikati and to Tauranga, they are not staying here. So how do we get them to remain? “We do need to have conversations about the long-term viability of areas such as Rugby Park, and ask, ‘should Rugby Park be relocated to Keepa Road area’?” There are not the care opportunities for the elderly. “Beds are getting tighter and tighter at Mary Shapley and Golden Pond and we are seeing increased growth in dementia, and Alzheimer’s NZ are stretched. Hospice is stretched.” Mr Marriott also wants to see Whakatane council working in partnership with Opotiki, and Kawerau, an “industrial hub”. Benefits can be had by all in a three-way partnership which has been lacking over the past six years. “Another big challenge is communication. One of the other big conversations around the wider

LOOKING AHEAD: Wayne Marriott is the latest candidate to put his hand up for a position on the Whakatane District Council. Photo Troy Baker D8838-13

community is ‘how well does council engage and communicate?’ “What the community needs to know is their investment in council is returning the best long, short and medium-term investment it can for the community and not just patching up another hole. “Council needs to consider how appropriate its levels of engagement are. Some leave the community bewildered, confused and with serious misinformation and that does not help council in terms of taking community on that journey.” Mr Marriott, who is an Otago University graduate and has an MBA from Massey University, has worked in local authorities and trust boards. He is also a justice of the peace. He arrived in Whakatane a decade ago to lead the development of Te Koputu, the library and exhibition centre. Following that he was contracted to Te Uru Taumatua during the construction of and development of Te Kura Whare; and subsequently as manager, arts, culture and heritage for Te Runanga o Ngati Awa. He is a council member of the NZ Arts Council (Creative NZ), and chair of CNZ audit and risk. “I have had the opportunity, through higher education, to take on a number of amazing opportunities around New Zealand and overseas and that has provided me with this incredible toolbox of skills which … means you can engage with a real conversation with the community and can understand where the community is coming from.” He wants a community our young people will return to, that has jobs for our graduates and where we can try to start to break that cycle of fourth generation unemployment that we are starting to see. “And we break it because there are viable alternatives.” Mr Marriott said there were other difficult conversations we need to have as a community. Methamphetamine is one, and domestic violence is another. “We are seeing a lot of petty crimes because people are bored. “Although council is not a social services agency, it is an enabler and has the ability to bring those people together to have that conversation and find

the way forward.” Mr Marriott said it was important for the community to have a choice come these elections. “They need to decide who has got the experience, the life experience, the understanding and the empathy to be

able to walk on this collective journey because as a councillor you need to work together as a team for the longterm vision of the community. And discussions and information need to be robust and the answers need to be sustainable.”

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THE formal launch of Rainbow Eastern Bay of Plenty had a huge turnout at the Rangatahi Hub in Kopeopeo on Monday night. The event launched its “drop-in hour”, a much-needed resource for the LGBTQI+ in the Eastern Bay community that seeks to provide advocacy as well as encourage education around gay issues, including visibility for the rainbow and takatapui community. Chloe Rigg, managing director of Rainbow EBOP, told the BEACON that although there were no guidelines set in stone, the mission was clear. “We wanted to have a drop-in hour every Monday for anyone that identifies as rainbow and takatapui, their friends, their whanau and the wider community,” Ms Rigg said. “We don’t know what the agenda is yet, we’re going to let the community decide, so each week our group will just form itself and that will give us an idea of what the needs and wants are and then we’ll make a little plan going forward.” Danae Lee, co-founder of Rainbow EBOP, said the wider philosophy of the Eastern Bay group was “really based in Tikanga Maori” and that it was about forging relationships between young and old. “A lot of people have an assumption that we’re only for youth or rangatahi, but our guiding philosophy is actually around tuakana-teina and that is about the intergenerational knowledge transfer, which is encapsulated within a Te Ao Maori world view – it’s a guiding principle of ours,” Ms Lee said. Lyn Riesterer, deputy mayor of Opotiki, spoke at the event, discussing her own past struggles

CAPTIVE AUDIENCE: Mawera Karetai spoke as the floor was opened to the public. D8837-36 and how the support Rainbow EBOP was providing would have been an amazing resource for her growing up. “Coming to terms with being Maori, being lesbian, takes a while and I think what I wish I would have had when I was younger was the support of young people like yourselves who could share who we are.” Maia Alexandre, Trident High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance founder, said she had come to the event not only for herself but to represent those in the GSA and to integrate the club with the wider rainbow community. Ms Rigg said Rainbow EBOP was not only a safe space for everybody, but also an opportunity for advocacy. “We want to be a resource that is able to guide people who need any type of support in the right direction with regard to what they can afford and if they can’t afford [counselling] how we can link them to funded services,” Ms Rigg said. “If there’s no funded services then it’s about advocating for funded services… you don’t have

to identify in the community to be here just as long as you’re respectful that’s all we ask.” Tamati Coffey, Labour MP for Waiariki, spoke about his own experiences growing up gay in Wellington and how finding likeminded people changed his life for the better. “The best part about an organisation like Rainbow EBOP is that you will be able to console each other when you need a friend… I hope that through this group you will be able to lean on each other a little bit more, whakawhanauga [relationships], manaaki [support],” Mr Coffey said. “While you guys are doing this on the ground make sure you’re feeding it back to us down in Wellington, because what we do down there is to make things better for rainbow kids all around New Zealand.” All those involved with the event were “overwhelmed” and “humbled” by the turnout and the event organisers were grateful of the support from the wider community, especially Te Puna Ora o Mataatua.


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Hiccup hampers Big 3 hunt Mark Rieder Staff reporter

DESPITE a sharp drop in attendance, hunters at last weekend’s Kawerau Big 3 brought in respectable game trophies and enough kai to last for ages. Event organiser Carla Russell said although conditions were not ideal, the participants who did turn out for the 11th annual event had a great time. “People told us it was a great event as always with awesome prizes, although the prize money was less this year because there were less entries,” she said. An unfortunate miscommunication regarding a date change and problems with their social media account may have added to the attendance issue. Ms Russell said organisers decided to put up billboards in Kawerau and Whakatane this year to promote

the event and compensate for the communication problem. There were 13 teams of three people each and 27 individual competitors at this year’s event, compared to 150 last year. She said despite the hiccups, the participants ended the day happy with the experience, thanking the event’s sponsors for their continued support. “It was a very successful event with zero injuries and that is all the event organisers could ask for,” she said. Team K-Roa – Dion Russell, Willy Hovell and Taylor Hovell – had the best combined effort with a 122.7kilogram stag, 55.2kg boar and 2.8kg snapper. Bricey Brown brought in the heaviest boar at 80.4kg; Hamiora Hooper brought in the heaviest stag at 88.2kg and Jack Kahika hooked the heaviest snapper at 3.8kg. A total of 11 stags, 13 boar and eight snapper were weighed-in at the event.

SAVAGE HUNTER: Zhy-Ree Savage poses with the day’s take at last weekend’s Big 3 event. Photos John Morin D8824-002 SNAPPED-UP: Jack Kahika with his prizewinning catch. D8824-008

VENISON FOR WEEKS: Some of the 11 total stags being weighed-in at Kawerau’s ExRoyal Navelmen’s Club. D8824-011

BABE IN THE WOODS: Oneyear-old Kahu Marr walks among the carcasses during weigh-in. D8824-020

LIFE’S A BOAR: Tam Peters, Clem Parks and Te Aranga Sopp inspect one of the boar carcasses. D8824-050


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OFFICIALLY OPEN: Toi EDA chairman David Turner cuts the ribbon to open the Eastern Bay’s new driver and operator training centre in Kawerau. Photo supplied

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THE Eastern Bay’s new driver and operator training centre was named, blessed and officially opened in Kawerau last Friday. Programmes, which include training for drivers, machine operators, confined space, and a range of mobile equipment operators required in construction, agricultural and horticultural contracting work, will begin on Monday. Toi EDA chairman David Turner had the honour of cutting the ribbon at Friday’s ceremony, and Reverend Graham Te Rire shared the name gifted to the new facility, Te Ara Huringa o Pupuwharau. “Toi EDA and local industry have long realised that workforce availability and transportation are key constraints to Eastern Bay economic growth. So, we’ve got stuck in alongside industry and training providers to create a facility in Kawerau to serve wider Eastern Bay of Plenty people keen to upskill or work as drivers, machine operators and logistics personnel. “We have been working closely with central government to make this a reality and we’re delighted with the support of MBIE [Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment] through both Te Ara Mahi and He Poutama Rangatahi funds. “This has also been an incredible collaborative effort and I’d really like to thank the work of the team at Toi EDA, in particular Barbara MacLennan and John Galbraith who have both worked incredibly hard to reach this milestone. I’d also like to acknowledge our training partners and Kawerau’s Pathway to Work partners. It really has been a team effort,” Mr Turner said. Toi EDA’s Workforce Development manager, Ms MacLennan has been a key driver towards the opening of the facility. “The facility is right in the heart of Kawerau’s industrial area, where growth is already well under way. Toi EDA has partnered with three training providers, Toi Ohomai, Axiom Training and Vertical Horizonz to start with, and together they are co-ordinating a wide range of training at the facility matching what industry and businesses are looking for.” Research by Toi EDA looked into the detailed needs across businesses and industry in the Eastern Bay and provided clear insight into current and future training needs. “We know there is a huge shortage, particularly of drivers. And we also know that businesses see that shortage getting worse in the coming two to five years. A recent survey by the Bay of Connections Freight and Logistics Group indicates that an additional 300-400 more drivers and mobile plant operators will be needed in the next two to five years. “This facility is a way to help address that gap. Through the training, new cadetships, and mentoring programmes, we are helping enable workforce development. Te Ara Huringao o Pupuwharau will create new opportunities for Eastern BoP people, and especially rangatahi, to step into current and emerging new roles,” Mr Turner said.


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Union man believed in fairness for all OBITUARY JOE MORGAN (June 13, 1930 to August 2, 2019) JOE Morgan was well known throughout the Eastern Bay. He worked at the Caxton Pulp and Paper Mill for a large part of his life, continuing to work as a bus driver into his retirement years. He was particularly well known for his contribution to rugby over a number of decades, and for his involvement in the Pulp and Paper Workers Union during the 1970s and 1980s. Mr Morgan (Ngati Hikairo, Ngati Maniapoto), picturted, was born at Kawhia on June 13, 1930. He started school in Kawhia, with the whanau moving to Kihikihi and then to Te Awamutu during the depression years. From Te Awamutu the family moved to live with Mr Morgan’s grandparents in Auckland where he finished his schooling in 1945. He often spoke fondly of childhood times in Kawhia where his grandfather and father operated launches within the harbour and the family ran a farm on ancestral land at Oparau. Both sides of his family held conservative political views and in later years Mr Morgan challenged the family tradition with his left-wing political views and his staunch union advocacy. He left school when he was 15. He went to his mother and asked if he could leave school – she said “ask your father”, so he went to his father and told him his mother said he could leave, and then went back to his mother and told her his father said he could leave – and then he left. Within six months he was deck boy on the ship Matua which would travel to Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and back to Auckland. From deck boy he went to ordinary seaman and then able seaman. He often retold the story of going to Nuku Alofa on the Matua and having smallpox on ship so not being allowed ashore. From there the ship went to Samoa where they received an urgent signal to return and evacuate one of the Tongan Islands, which was erupting.

They were made heroes for saving lives and everyone forgot about the quarantine. Mr Morgan served on a number of different boats, including an English ship travelling between Auckland and various Australian ports, and on smaller ships around the New Zealand until giving up his seafaring days in December 1949. In 1948 he had met the love of his life, Jean, and they were married early in 1950. The couple lived at Point Chevalier, where their eldest daughter Gail was born; then Tokoroa where Joe had a job truck driving; then Mangakino where their second daughter, Jacqui, was born. Unfortunately, Mr Morgan ended up in Waikato Hospital with pneumonia before the birth. The pneumonia bout was lengthy with his hospital stay lasting about six months and resulting in long-term damage to his lungs. It was challenging for his wife with two young children, no power and a sick and absent husband. Around 1955, the Morgans moved to Kawerau where Mr Morgan had a job in the paper mill and they had their third child, Neil in 1957. Despite playing rugby league in earlier years, Joe was renowned for his contribution to rugby union over a few decades. He was president of Kawerau Red; a Rangitaiki Union delegate; a Wasp rugby member; on the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union; and manager of the Bay of Plenty Colts. During the years of his rugby involvement, he never played the game, although he would’ve liked. He always maintained he couldn’t afford to be out of work through injury. In the 1980s he and Jean travelled extensively with Golden Oldies rugby, following the Maori All Blacks team. Given all his rugby involvement he considered himself quite an expert on the game, to the point where he usually had knowledge superior to that of the referee. A memorable incident occurred during the 1990s when he was a spectator at a game between Taneatua and Kawerau Red. Mr Morgan disputed the ref’s call from the sideline, at which point the ref stopped the game and refused to restart

it until he was off the field and in the clubrooms. Kawerau supporters weren’t too happy with Mr Morgan as, after being a staunch Red supporter in all his Kawerau years, he was now arguing about a call against the Taneatua team. He was also well known for his decades of involvement with the Pulp and Paper workers union, of which he was chairman. Throughout most of his life, and especially during his union years, he either gained people’s admiration, or conversely their contempt, depending on what side of the fence they sat on. Mr Morgan was always proud of his union involvement, which was driven from a desire to fight for the underdog. He would joke about being a Communist but there was some element of truth to this joke, with him always believing in fairness for all.

During his life Mr Morgan gave significant time to community causes. As well as his rugby and union commitments he was also a volunteer ambulance driver for many years, a volunteer bus driver for many Kawerau Red rugby trips and in addition he held a very important position in Kawerau – that of propping up the bar at the Cosmopolitan Club of which he was a life member. Mr Morgan retired from Caxton in 1991, aged 60, and moved to Ohope where he became the neighbourhood support co-ordinator for his area. Complete retirement was not an option, so he continued driving the Ohope school bus until he was 79. Before his death, and with his health declining, Mr Morgan and his wife had moved to Matata to be closer to whanau.

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Star struck at Science camp Kathy Forsyth

SCIENCE BUZZ: Linette Lengkeek’s interest in environmental science has been strengthened after she attended the Asian Science Camp in China.

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IT is not every day you get to mix and mingle with Nobel prize winners. But this was one of the highlights for Linette Lengkeek, a top year 13 student at Trident High School, who was among six New Zealand students selected by the Royal Society to attend the prestigious Asian Science Camp in China. The science camp, held at two universities in Shantou, was an opportunity to learn from some of the great minds involved in science. Linette lapped up the knowledge they shared, and it also cemented her interest in environmental science, she said. Linette was among six New Zealand students selected by the Royal Society to attend the prestigious science camp, held at two universities in Shantou.

We spent a week there and most of the days were attending lectures from Nobel prize winners, including the inventor of artificial cells. It was really interesting; I was kind of star struck. – Linette Lengkeek

She said she was among 256 students from around the world who attended, and she made many friends. She wanted to go to the camp, she said, because she had huge interest in science. “All the subjects I take are around science. I have always had an interest in understanding how things work.” These subjects include biology, chemistry, physics, statistics, English and first-year Canterbury University calculus. The first part of their trip included three days sightseeing in Hong Kong with the rest of the New Zealanders, before catching a high-speed train to Shantou.

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HONG KONG: Linette Lengkeek, on a Science Camp in China, does a bit of sightseeing with students Sam Couper, left, and Jemma Henneveld. Photo supplied

“We spent a week there and most of the days were attending lectures from Nobel prize winners, including the inventor of artificial cells. “It was really interesting; I was kind of star struck.” The students were also tasked with projects in which they had to find solutions to issues facing the world. She said there was a strong focus on renewable energy. Linette’s older sister, Moana, a former Trident student, is in the Netherlands studying space science, and Linette, who is fluent in Dutch, plans to follow her there, but to study environmental science at Wageningen University and Research. Linette has also attended Powering Potential in Wellington, the Rotary Science and Technology Forum and The Elaine P. Snowden annual Astronomy School in Christchurch in recent times.

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Apple and Iti collaborate in Ruatoki A ONE-DAY contemporary art event is seeing two big names in the art world collaborate in a show in Ruatoki this weekend. After several years of discussions, Billy Apple and Tame Iti have booked a date to exhibit together at the Te Rewarewa Marae in Ruatoki. While many readers may be aware of Iti’s artwork, they may be less familiar with senior New Zealand artist Billy Apple. Born in 1935, Apple was educated at Elam School of Fine Arts at Auckland University then went on to the Royal College of Art in London. His work can be found all around the world in public and private art collections and is held here in New Zealand at the national Museum Te Papa and the Auckland and Christchurch public art galleries. Apple’s work in the 1960s was associated with the British Pop Art movement, then in the 1970s, when he moved to New York, he turned more to

American conceptual art. Apple was right in the centre of the new experimental art movements in American art history. He collaborated and exhibited with icons such as Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and Claus Oldenburg, to name but a few. During this period, he was a subject of an article in the New York Times on conceptual art. Since the 1990s he has once again called New Zealand home. It turns out, Apple has long links to Ngai Tuhoe. From the early 1940s he was often sent from Auckland to the Ruatoki home of his father’s sister and her husband, Edna (nee Bates) and James Te Mautaranui Merritt (Ngati Koura/Ngati Awa). For Apple, Ruatoki has always held a special place in his heart. Four years ago, Apple and Iti met in a gallery in Auckland’s arts district K Road and got talking and this event is the result. Iti’s work looks at the historical

NEW WORK: Tame Iti and conceptual and Pop artist Billy Apple are putting on a Photos James McCarthy one-day exhibition in Ruatoki tomorrow.

HIGH TECH: Tame Iti’s work involves an augmented reality phone app along a section of Awahou Road while Billy Apple’s work will be within Te Ranimoaho, a whare within the Te Rewarewa pa.

confiscation line as his artistic inspiration and employs the use of an app developed specifically for this exhibition. Working with a Wellington company Plan Beta, he developed work in a 360 degree immersive programme for phones. The result is seven scenes in seven locations on Awahou Road. The experience is one that weaves painting, sound, image and history of the confiscation line into a remarkable new work. On the day, charge up your phone and download the app http//ruatoki.artivist. co.nz. Apple will be presenting Tumanako (Hope), the latest addition to his Basic Needs series. Basic Needs has been translated into six languages – English, German, Kurdish, Romanian, Turkish and now te reo Maori. It has been exhibited via the internet and in Auckland, London, Hong Kong, Berlin

and now in Ruatoki. It has become a major work in Apple’s oeuvre. It was Iti’s suggestion to host Billy’s work on his marae and in the whare Te Ranimoeho. This whare has further significance for the art world at it was not only built for the followers of prophet Rua Kenana (1908) but painted by Arnold Manaiki Wilson, who is considered by the art world to be the father of Maori Modernism within New Zealand art. The one-day event will take place on Saturday, August 17, at 1pm. Meet at the corner of Reid and Awahou roads, Ruatoki. After an hour people will be led to Te Rewarewa Marae for a mihi whakatau (welcome speech) then be able to view Apple’s work. For more information call project facilitator James McCarthy on 027 365 4595.


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says more about lost years than eight seasons of Orange is the New Black. Veteran English actors Geraldine James and Richard Durden are superb as Miri’s parents, both of whom harbour guilty secrets of their own. As we get to know the gentle soul that is Miri, it becomes ever more imperative to pick apart the historical crime of which she is apparently guilty. I defy anyone to stop watching.

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Your weekly guide to events & activities in the Eastern Bay SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 „ One-day art exhibition – Combined exhibition by contemporary artists Tame Iti and Billy Apple in Ruatoki. Meet on the corner of Reid Road and Awahou Road at 1.30pm. Exhibition uses augmented reality so have your phone charged and download the app at http//ruatoki.artivist.co.nz. Allow two hours. Phone James on 027 3654595 for more information. „ Whanau Saturday – A weekly family gathering for members of the Edgecumbe community at St David’s Church from 5pm, running during school term. Includes a meal, stories, crafts and tables of items from the St David’s opshop. „ Stamp Fair – The Whakatane and Tauranga Philatelic Societies are holding a stamp fair at the Fletcher Cole Hall in McGarvey Road, Whakatane from 10am to 2pm. „ Road champs – Join the Whakatane Harrier Club for its annual road championships starting from 85 Western Drain Road, Awakeri. Meet at 2pm for a 2.30pm start. Bring a plate to share for afternoon tea. „ Show and tell – Opening event for two new exhibitions at Te Koputu – Whakatane library and

exhibition centre, The 80’s Show, featuring artworks from the 1980s from the Fletcher Trust Collection and Traverse, a collection of giclee prints by illustrator Ross Murray, from 10.30am to 11.30am. Do you own a Casio calculator watch, Gremlins on VHS or leg-warmers? Te Koputu invites the public to bring their treasured relics from the 1980s for a walk down memory lane. SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 „ Singing hymns – Everyone is welcome to the Knox Presbyterian Church in Domain Road, Whakatane from 2pm to sing their favourite hymns. Afternoon tea provided. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 „ Eastern Bay Villages – Eastern Bay Villages – Te Kokoru Manaakitanga invite all seniors to a meeting at St David’s Church hall, College Road, Edgecumbe from 11am, where David Sparks from Baywide Community Law will talk about wills and the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act. The event is free and morning tea and lunch will be available. Text 020 41615887 if you are staying for lunch or need help to arrange transport.


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Duo go global Kathy Forsyth Arts reporter

THE head judge called them the “power couple”. And it is not hard to see why. Rising Whakatane hip-hop stars Briain Dixon and Elisa Gates have just qualified for a second worlds competition – this time in Sydney in October. The duo dance as Fortitude and train at Steps Dance School, headed by Kirsty Sugden. In June they won a national hiphop competition in Wellington for the second year in a row and that victory qualified them to dance at a world competition in Holland – also in October. “This means,” said Sugden, “they are going to Australia for five days and then they come back to Whakatane for five days and then they go to Holland for seven days.” In their latest competition in Hamilton last month, Fortitude took second in their division out of 25 crews. “But Elisa also took second solo and Briain took third solo.” Sugden said the head judge called them a power couple. “That was Elisa’s first time doing a solo and she got second out of 11; it was pretty awesome.” The 17-year-olds, who both go to Whakatane High School, have now qualified for Supremacy Battlegrounds in Sydney in October, where they will come up against crews from around the world. In addition to the competitive dancing, the pair are also finding themselves in demand in the corporate world. They have been head-hunted by a Wellington media company that saw clips of them dancing on social media and have

TOP SPOT: Kerryn Rota is thrilled after her dance crew won bronze at HipHop International 2019 in the US.

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been asked to dance at a black-tie event in Auckland later this month in front of 650 people. Sugden said that would help with the fundraising to get them to the two international competitions. But the big fundraiser will be next month. Steps Dance School is putting on a massive two-hour dance and singing spectacular, Road to Worlds, at the Liberty Centre on September 20. This annual fundraiser showcases top dancing and singing talent in Whakatane with some dynamic performances in a two-hour show. Expect to see Trish Marsden (The Addams Family), Jessica Mordue and Jenny McIntyre (Mamma Mia) as well as several performances by Steps students and by guest artists. Raffles, and food will also be on sale. Tickets are $15 and are on sale at Him. Her on The Strand. Steps Dance School is also doing barbecues outside Bunnings in September, plus Sugden is offering a couple of winners the opportunity to train at her dance school free for a whole year. The Steps Scholarship raffle, at $25 a ticket, includes a first prize of unlimited Steps Dance School classes for a year and second prize is one class unlimited for a whole year. “We are just asking for heaps of help because these guys are serious, they want to dance in the future, they want to go off to uni and dance and just upskill and become dancers, that is all they are focused on really.”

„ When: September 20 „ Where: Liberty Centre „ Tickets: $15 from Him.Her on The Strand.

TOP OF THE WORLD: Briain Dixon and Elisa Gates have now got two world competitions to go to in October after another top performance at a national competition. Photo Andrew Turner @ atphotonz

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Bronze at worlds for Kerryn Kathy Forsyth Arts reporter

WHAKATANE hip-hop dancer Kerryn Rota is buzzing after she and her dance crew earned a podium finish at the world hip-hop championships, Hip-Hop International 2019, in Arizona in the United States. Seventeen-year-old Kerryn, who returns home today, told the BEACON by phone from the US that it was the best time of her life. The teen dances for Identity Dance School in Auckland. She said there were 55 countries competing in Arizona. “Oh my gosh I was so overwhelmed,” she said. “We came first in the prelims, third in the semis and third in the whole world.”

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She said another crew from the dance company won a gold medal. Kerryn said she had been practising with the Masque dance crew in Auckland. Although a student at Whakatane High School, she has spent the past few months in Auckland training, and studying online. The nine-member crew she was with at worlds are aged 15 to 17. “The crew have been together nine weeks; they are a new crew.” This was her second worlds, she said, a few years ago she competed in Las Vegas. Kerryn said they put in long hours practising for the event. “We train Wednesday to Sunday, four hours a day.” Kerryn will be returning to Whakatane when she gets back from the US.

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Opotiki OPOTIKI Bridge Club results for Monday, August 12 – Newell Competition North-south: 1, Steven Fisher, Jean Smithson 58.33%; 2, Janice Gebert, Philippa Wheeler 53.33%; 3, Shirley Armstrong, Herb McMillan 48.33%. East-west: 1, Jocelyn Griffith, Lorraine Hickey 53.13%; 2, Florence Craig, Robyn McMillan 53.13%, 3, Janice Hustler, Kate Morrison 51.04%.

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Bridge club results Whakatane RESULTS for competitions held last week for the Whakatane Contract Bridge Club, are: Monday: Results for the fifth round of the Willetts Funeral Services champion singles competition, were: 1, Christine Morrison and Stephen Searle, 59.52%; 2, Diane Green and Jan Jarrett, 57.81%; 3, Don Moore and Pat Bell, 57.74%. Tuesday Results for the first round of the Presentables competition, were: North-South: 1, Jenny Blok and Pat Bell, 59.38%; 2, Truus Otten and Bill Kittle, 52.08%; 3, Eric Burnie and Stephen Searle, 49.31%. East-West: 1, Gail Irving and Wilbur-Smith, 65.48%; 2, Bronwyn Kamphorst and Jane Searle, 57.14%; 3, Karen Campbell and Jocelyn Poananga, 55.95%. Wednesday Results for the first round of the Willetts Funeral Services competition, were: 1, Denise Good and Eric Burnie, 55.95%; 2, Jane Searle and Bill Kittle, 55.36%; 3, Sue Legat and Jocelyn Poananga, 54.76%. Friday Results for the first round of the Ocean Ford competition, were: 1, Marge Dennett and Stephen Searle, 62.38%; 2, Truus Otten and Bobbi Drysdale, 58.57%; 3, Jane Searle and Riet Jansen, 57.14%.

KAWERAU Contract Bridge Club results for the third and final round of the spring handicap, for Tuesday, August 6, were: 1, C Overdevest and M Whalley, 85.71%; 2, H Fitzpatrick and D Moores, 67.46%; 3, T Attwood and M Dennett, 49.07%. Overall results: 1, E Burnie and E Lees, 49.87%; 2, T Attwood and M Dennett, 47.77%; 3, P Wells and A Ziebart, 47.04%. Results for the seventh round of the club championships, for Tuesday, August 13, were: 1, D Moores and M Whalley, 81.48%; 2, E Burnie and P Miles, 53.97%; 3, E Attwood and L Blackwood, 53.70%.

EBOP Bromeliad and Orchard Group THE Eastern Bay of Plenty Bromeliad and Orchid Group met at the Kingsley Scout Group hall and welcomed back Ross Fergusson after his trip to Canada and Sweden. Ross welcomed members, new members and guests to the July meeting with an attendance of 24. The guest speaker was Janine from Coast Palms and Cycads. A very informative speaker, Janine explained about the different palm leaves – pinnate being feathery leaves off a centre spine; palmate shaped like a hand or fan. She also showed us how to tell the difference between a male and female cycad and how to propagate them. Raffles were won by Gail Anderson,

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Glen Baker, Sue Laurent, Rose Magee, Des Jones and Ria De Ruiter. Competition – plant of the month: 1, Ross Fergusson with neo red beauty; 2, Allison Iremonger , neo Caroline’s tri-colour. Flowering bromeliad: 1, Glenn Baker, nigularia litmus; 2, Ross Fergusson, wittrokia leopardinum; 3, Allison Iremonger, Billbergia. Foliage bromeliad: 1, Allison Iremonger, aechmea bygollie; 2, Ross Fergusson, Guzmania tri-colour; 3, Pauline Fitzhenry, neo sharlock. Tillandsia: 1=, Sue Laurent, fuchsii and Allison Iremonger, mixture; 3, Ross Fergusson fuchsii. Orchids: 1, Olene Ross; 2, Glen Baker; 3, Allison Iremonger. Meeting concluded with a good selection of Bromeliads on the sales table. The group’s next meeting is on Sunday, August 18 and the guest speaker is Andrew Flowers, from Wellington, who will talk about Tillandsias. For more information about the group contact Ross on 312 5487 or Sue on 307 1323.

Garden Group enjoys lunch WHAKATANE Garden Group held its

monthly meeting on July 17. Nineteen members attended and were welcomed by president Val. This was the annual meeting as in June it was 24 years since Bill and Myra Jones started the garden club. Sadly Bill passed away eight years ago, but Myra is still very active in the club. Luncheon at the Little Goose was very enjoyable and the group is looking forward to celebrating 25 years in 2020. At the conclusion of the meeting the raffle was drawn and won by Shirley Waite followed by afternoon tea and a sales table of plants, books and fruit. Next meeting is August 21 at 1.30pm at the church hall 30 Domain road. Guest speaker is Des Jones. New members are most welcome. For further information contact Val on 312 6091 or Gail on 307 9332. „ Get the news and views of your club or society in the BEACON. Send your reports to: Club News, BEACON, 32 Pyne Street, PO Box 243, Whakatane or email us at: news@thebeacon.co.nz Please include a daytime contact number

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Sharks show teeth THE sharks were biting on the football field on Saturday morning as Ohope Makos played Whakatane Town Makos in the 11th grade competition. The final score was 3-1 to Ohope. Whakatane coach Shane McConnell said his team comprised a number of young players who had never played football before, and they were developing well, to sit in the middle of the table after a full round of play. Whakatane’s player of the day was

Tom Yang. Ohope coach Mike Webster said his team had won more games than they had lost this season and had qualified for the top four going into the final round. The goal scorers from Saturday were Isla Webster, Sam Jennings and Chris Martin. The player of the day was Sam Jennings. Webster said all players had made considerable improvement as individuals and as a team throughout the season.

LOOSE: Whakatane player Isaac Sugden and coach Shane McConnell keep an eye on the loose ball while Isaac Black from Ohope and Tom Yang take chase.

MY BALL: Whakatane’s Zeke Prescott has the ball as Chris Martin goes in for the tackle. Photos John Morin D8821-023

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MARKED: Zeke Prescott, supported by Bailey Dowzall, try to get past Ohope’s Kate Walker. D8821-040

CHALLENGE: Whakatane’s K’dejia Falwasser about to challenge Cian Burgess for the ball. D8821-062

TACKLE: Charlie Fergusson and Isla Webster look for possession.

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TOP PLAYER: Whakatane player of the day Tom Yang. D8821-083

MY KICK: Whakatane’s Isaac Sugden goes in for the kill, with Cian Burgess about to challenge. Ari van den Anker keeps an eye on proceedings. D8821-081


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Stage set for first XV final THE stage was set for the Bay of Plenty Secondary Schools’ first XV semifinal at Rugby Park last Saturday. With a large crowd, both Te Wharekura o Mauao and Trident were ready for a physical battle. Early in the game Trident put Te Wharekura o Mauao under pressure close to the line which resulted in Trident’s captain Zane McLellan scooping up a loose ball, grubbing the ball to himself before finishing off with a beautiful swan dive. Mauao answered back almost immediately when Trident were unable to control the kick-off. After an onslaught of attack, Mauao used their enthusiastic forwards who bullied their way over from a “pick n go”. Trident’s defence has been strong this year, only letting in four tries in eight games of rugby. With the game looking at being a tight contest, Trident again looked at their commander and chief, Zane. For a hooker, his work rate and leadership make him a stand-out week-in and week-out. Te Wharekura o Mauao were unable to contain Zane, who broke though the line to score his second try just before half time. The half time score was 12-7. Trident weren’t playing their best rugby, so used half time to reset, refocus and talk about enjoying the game. Ethan Wharewera had inspirational words which really electrified the Trident team. Dan Ford and Whetu Wiremu together ignited the game with tremendous offloads, strong running and big tackles. Running out from Trident’s 22

TRY: Rihari Jobe overcomes a determined attempt to stop him score one of Trident’s tries last Saturday. Photo supplied.

metre line, Dan cracked a seam in the defence that had the crowd at the seat of their pants. Spectators erupted when Michael Rush threw a long ball that Claye Williams collected to dot down. Ethan converted to make the score 19-7.

Trident continued their dominance when impressive first-five Rihari Jobe, sliced through the defence looking like a youthful Carlos Spencer. With time running out Wharekura scored a last-minute intercept try,

making the final score 26-14. This week Trident’s first XV will play John Paul College at Rugby Park, alongside the Trident 2nd XV who play Bethlehem College in the BOP Secondary Schools’ competition finals.

Tough game for Town’s women Gymnasts place at WHAKATANE Town Football Club’s women’s team had a tough game against Tauranga City women on Wednesday night, going down 5-3. As with last week’s match against Claudelands, the team went into the match with a game a piece. Earlier in the season Town had gone 2-0 up to Tauranga at home, only to lose the match 4-2. Town played Tauranga again two weeks ago and won 4-2 after being a couple goals down. The home team got an early

lead, scoring two great fast goals in the first 15 minutes. “The team managed to settle down and, with some composure, Naomi Courtney-Tennent scored a goal to have us going into the break 2-1 down. The Tauranga team came out firing though, and took the lead to 3-1. A couple of changes to the Town line-up in the second half and some speed down the left-hand wing created an opportunity for Courtney-Tennent to score another goal and bring the score

back up to 3-2. The team then had a great lift and managed to get another goal off a corner delivered by captain Susi Peterson and finished by Alexis Koopu to even the scores, 3-3. A classy striker for Tauranga scored four goals in total during the game and the final score was 5-3 to the home side. Player of the day was awarded to young Trident High School student Teagan Andrews-Paul for her fantastic effort at centreback and right-back.

De Feijter wins harriers rosebowl TWENTY-THREE athletes turned up for the Whakatane Harrier Club’s Ohope Rosebowl and Reed Trophy races. It was run on a long, flat course in cold conditions. In the 2.2km distance only Tom Bayliss ran, in a time of 19.59. In the 5km, the first female home was Sophie Kirk with a time of 21.27, second was Catriona Manning with a time of 27.05 and third was Nancy Miller with a time of 27.59. The first male home was Alex

Manning with a time of 23.08, second was Declan Manning with a time of 24.17 and third was Trae Rangitakatu with a time of 25.12. In the 8.8km, first female home was Corinne O’Donnell in 36.31, second was Katrina Anderson in 43.27 and third was Catherine Jones with a time of 56.21. The first male home was Oliver Ashburn with a time of 35.00, second was Liam Dooley with a time of 36.31 and third was Neil Spanhake with a time

of 43.29. The winner of the Reed Trophy was Nancy Miller, and the winner of the Rosebowl was Peter De Feijter with William Doney in second. Tulip McRoy in 37.16, was first home in the 5km walk, second was Tuara Henry in 37.18 and third was Felicity Johi. The next event is the club road champs, starting at Sue and Andrew Ross’s place at 85 Western Drain Road Awakeri, everyone is welcome.

Argos competition WHAKATANE gymnasts produced some good results and top-three placings at the recent Argos Gymnastics Competition in Tauranga. For the Step 1s, Miley Whitely, Oshanna Surman, Chloe Hogg, Tara Petersen, Khloe Newport all achieved excellent pass marks. Tara placed third on vault in the overs division and Miley placed second on uneven bars and was fifth overall in the overs. The team of Miley, Oshanna, and Tara missed out on third place overall by .15 of a mark. Lucy Carter, Bailey Law, Chloe Sparrow, Addie Tetze, Ashlee Jennings, Olivia Allison and Brianna Knowles competed in the Step 2s, where most gained pass marks. Bailey placed fifth on beam, and Lucy placed third on vault, second on floor and first on uneven bars, helping her to an overall first place in the overs division.

Another bronze medal was narrowly missed by the team of Lucy, Bailey, Chloe, and Brianna with a point gap of just one between third and fourth place. In the Step 3s, Kamea Aldridge, Zoe Flowerday, Tayah Prince, Emma Newport all gained pass marks and Kamea placed third on beam in the overs division. Kayla Forsyth and Alexandra Kay competed in the Step 4s, where Kayla gained her pass mark and Alexandra placed first on the vault in the overs division. Gymnasts who obtain a pass mark of 50 or above out of 60 in two competitions are eligible to move up to the next step when their coach deems they have acquired the skills for that level. The next comp for the gymnasts is the Midland Champs in Hamilton on August 24 and 25.


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Draws Basketball WHAKATANE basketball round five draw for Monday, August 19, is: 6.15pm – 6.45pm: Court 1, Pilipinas v Brandon Mixed, bench – Whakatane A, referee – Greg; C2, Abbotts v FC Over 35 , Ymana, Whakatane A. 6.45-7.15pm: C1, Whakatane A v King 4Nau Men, Pilipinas, Greg; C2. Brandon Men v Ymana Mixed, FC Over 35, Abbotts. 7.15-7.45pm: C1, King Whanau Mixed v Kawerau, Nets, Greg; C2, Ymana Men v Downlow, Glennis, Brandon. 7.45-8.15pm: C1, Glennis v Nets, King Whanau, Greg.

Golf WHAKATANE Golf Club women’s nine-hole draw, for Tuesday, August 20 – competition, fourth Stableford Starters: R Askey, D Heal. No 1 tee – 9am: G Fisher, M Fogerty, A Van Beek; 9.05am: M Gibson, J Murray, M Hewlett. No 10 tee – 9am: C Scott, J Mahoney, J Evans; 9.05am: J Julian, J Bunyan, K Orsler; 9.10am: L May, R Askey, J McMillan, D Heal; 9.15am: M Meredith, G Porter, R Tierney, C Gee.

Netball Netball Whakatane Centre Fantastic Frantic finals draw for Saturday, August 17 Duty teams: WHS Totara, rubbish duty; Ruatoki HS Collegiate, Pavilion duty. If you start duty after your game, it can be all done before prizegiving Round One – 10am: Court 1,

Putauaki Red Bax v Onepu Green, Grade and playoff – B Grade final; C2, THS Collegiate v Ruatoki Kahikatea, Coll 2 final; C3, THS White v WHS All Gold, Coll 3 final; C4, Opotiki Sports 1 v THS Prem 2, Prem 1 3rd and 4th; C5, Putuaki White Tails v Ruatoki Social, C 3rd and 4th; C6, Poroporo Rewatu v Opotiki College Yr 10 Blue, B 3rd and 4th; C8, Edgecumbe Coll Jnr Black v Tarawera Storm, Coll 3rd and 4th; C7, 9 and 10, warmup courts. 11.15am: Round Committee v Coaches v Managers v Umpires C2, Team KYM v Team Te Ahuru, Fun Fossils, five minutes each way. Round two - 11.30am: C1, Poroporo Rangimarie v Opotiki College Jnr Yr 9, B Res final; C2, Last Minute v WHS Matai, Prem 2 final; C3, #TAG v Edgecumbe Sports, A Res final; C4, Paroa Cavaliers v Ruatoki Rangatahi, A 3rd and 4th; C5, Opotiki Coll Jnr Yr 10 Green v Tarawera HS Collegiate, Coll 1 3rd and 4th; C6, St Joseph’s School v Edgecumbe Sports Collegiate, Coll 3rd and 4th; C8, THS Blue v WHS Juniors, Coll 3rd and 4th; C7, 9 and 10, warm-up courts. From 12.45pm to 1.30pm – finals round, staggered starts 12.45pm: C3, Poroporo Pahou v Taneatua Cruisers, Grade finals – C grade final; C4, WHS Totara (duty) v Ruatoki HS Collegiate (duty), Coll 1 final. 1pm: C1, Onepu Gold v Opotiki Sports Taurages, A grade final. 1.30pm: C2, Trident HS Premier 1 v #ASH, Premier 1 final; No 1 v No 2. Prizegiving to follow immediately after Prem 1 final.

Bowls Ohope TUESDAY night was a club night at Ohope Indoor Bowls along with the completion of the champion of champions singles. Three games of seven ends were played with teams of triples and pairs for the club night. Winners with three wins and 33 points were Marie Lester and Dave Howard. Runners-up with three wins and 19 points were Dylan Greyvenstein and Brian Scholes. The consolation players, with no wins and 15 points, were Alan Will, Noleen O’Connell and Gabby Jenner. In the first round of the champion of champions singles, Margurrite Gerrand beat Gary Hunt on an extra end 10–6 while Gabby Jenner had the bye. The second round saw Gerrand have the bye while Hunt defeated Jenner 12–3. The final between Gerrand and Hunt was another close encounter with the score tied at 3-all after four ends and 5-all after six ends. Hunt scored two shots on the next two ends to go into the final end four shots up, where Gerrand could only get a single shot for Hunt to win 9–6.

Next Tuesday night is the club champion fours with names required by 6.50 for a 7pm start. On Sunday, Gary Hunt, Hillary Robinson and Dave Howard will be representing the club, competing in the BOP champion of champions triples being played in Ngongotaha.

Whakatane The Whakatane Association Triples was held on Friday and Monday nights. Seven teams took part with four gaining the required points to qualify. They were Tony Reynolds, Raewyn Clark and Gill Reynolds; Noleen O’Connel, Hillary Robinson and Mary Howard; Margurrite Gerand, Dylan Greyvenstein and Elaine Howard, all from the Ohope club; and Paul Gooch, Simon Hatcher and Raewyn Gooch from the Edgecumbe club. The semi-finals saw Gooch defeat Reynolds 7 points to 6, and Gerand defeat O’Connel 12 to 4. In the final, Gooch’s team proved too strong for Gerand’s team, winning 13 to 5. This is Gooch and Hatcher’s seventh time winning this event in 11 years.

Ohope Golf Club results THURSDAY, August 8 - Thursday club, Irish Stableford: F Wetzel 85, E Lang 83, A Schiefelbusch, JJ Craig 79; twos: F Wetzel, E Lang. * * * SATURDAY, August 10 – 18-hole ladies, LGU nett: M Hermanson 71, S Kenny, L Murray 74, J Howe 75. Men’s scramble, par: T Robb 8, M Ryan, G Mallen 5, S MacGibbon 4, C Vaughan 3; twos: D Bulley. * * * TUESDAY, August 13 – Nine-hole women’s Stableford: A Schiefelbusch 22, S Percy, O Johns, 20; M Behre 16. „Do you want your sporting efforts reported in the BEACON? To help ensure your results and reports are published, have them in early as possible to: Sport, Beacon, 32 Pyne Street, PO Box 243, Whakatane; or email us at: sport@thebeacon.co.nz Please include a daytime contact number

18-hole women’s LGU nett, division one: R Leabourn 70, K Pocock 83, L Hayward 76; LGU nett, division two: M Jensen 69, M Sullivan, G Willetts, 73; J Cutwfield 75; LGU nett, division three: V Webber, R Vernon, E Turner, 80; H Christini 81. * * * WEDNESDAY, August 14 – morning men, Stableford: K Sowman 40, J Whyte 39, J Wain 37, B Barnes 35; Hidden holes: J Turner, J Wain, B Barnes, J Whyte; twos: I MacKenzie; WAG’s blue, nett: A Wilson 69, A MacKenzie, N Reid, M Gill, 70; C Vaughan 71; twos: I Bartlett. * * * Coming up: Saturday, August 17: 18-hole women’s scramble, men’s scramble shootout and Ohope Cup qualifying. Sunday, August 18: Super Sunday Club, 11am tee off, mixed open Stableford – great prizes. August 19–23: Course closed for maintenance and renovation.

Finals loom for teams WHAKATANE High School – Sports Report for week ending August 11 Badminton: WHS sent a team of 17 students who had qualified for the BoP Secondary Schools Badminton Junior Championships with some great results and three teams making the podium. Division one girls team of Maddie Fenwick, Zahara Magee, Nelli Hyotynen and Lara Longney placed third. Division three girls’ gold medal winners were Eva Sexton, Isobel Lambert, Emi Jones and Sasha Cameron. Division two boys’ gold medalists were Deepak Joshi, Ryan Schwass, Josh Dale and James Elliffe. Basketball: On August 7, the junior boys’ basketball team played at Trustpower Arena against Te Puke in the Tauranga competition. Final score 77-28 to us. Player of the game was Tahuri Kohunui. The senior boys team lost to Mt Maunganui by a close margin of five points, 53-58. Top performer was by Rob Ngamoki. There was no EBOP competition but semifinals and finals are scheduled for tomorrow and Friday, August 23. Netball: Matai team won both their games, putting them through to their finals in the Harbourside Tauranga competition and the Whakatane local competition. WHS Totara won against Opotiki and will now face Ruatoki in their final. All Gold played Edgecumbe Jnr Black team and won 48-22. This means they have made it

Trident High School TRIDENT High School sport report for weekend August 11: Surfing: The Salt Air Surf team travelled to Raglan for the Raglan Surfing Academy’s Secondary Schools Surfing Competition at Manu Bay this week. The competition attracted schools from all over New Zealand, with schools travelling up from Dunedin, for what is considered the National Secondary Schools Surfing Event.

through to the finals. WHS juniors lost by default to THS White. Football: The boys’ first XI won 4-0 against Papamoa first XI. Goals were scored by Kevin Paulsen, Jacob Davis and two to Felix Boulton. The junior boys had a tough loss 4-3 to Aquinas, conceding a couple of penalties but maintained great composure making lots of saves. Man of the match went to Ryan Calder. The girls’ first XI won 4-1 against Otumoetai second XI after going into the break 1-1. A great team goal was finished by Amber Murfitt in the 43rd minute. A cracker of a shot by the usual goalkeeper, Ella Pryde, playing out on the field in the 53rd minute. Leanna Roebuck, returning from a concussion, got a goal two minutes later and a final goal was scored by player of the day Emma Ferguson in the 78th minute to take the win. The girls’ second XI won 5-2. Back to their winning ways, the first half was still an evenly contested affair with some great keeping from both goalies. Holly Moore scored off the corner eight minutes in. Midway through the second half, WHS started to dominate with Eva Sexton scoring four goals in 15 minutes. Mt Maunganui then rallied and got two back towards the end. Olivia Sheaff in defence and Eva Sexton up front were stand out

performers on the day. Rugby: The under-16 team had a great win, 39-24 against Tarawera on Friday. This was a semi-final match, which means they are now into the final this weekend at Rugby Park. The under-14 team showed a lot of effort despite missing six players in a 38-27 loss to Western Heights. The under-14s have a semi-final this week. Hockey: The girls’ first X1 hockey team drew 1-all (goal to Eva Sexton) against Western Heights High School with only one sub. The team has managed to stay second on the table for A grade so have a semi-final this week against Western Heights at home, 5.45pm. The second XI mixed team had a great win against top-the-table, Whakatane Intermediate boys, 2-1. It was a nail-bitter and right down to the wire. After being 1-0 down, international exchange student, Josefine Borne was the first to put a mark on the table. A fabulous flick from the top of the circle scored in the top lefthand corner of the goal. Then, in the last five minutes, Lara Longney took on three players and hit a cracker ball to smash it through three players and the goalie to the left hand corner of the goal. Ryan Calder and Lara Longney were both awarded player of the day. The 1st XI boys had a 4-2 loss to Whakarewarewa in the Boys A Division. Both goals were scored by Cory Warneford and player of the day awarded to Skye Martin. The 2nd XI boys lost to Tauhara, also in the boys division A grade.

The senior boys were up first with Jack Ellery, Maxwell Humpherson, Jean Viljoen and Ben Moir representing Trident. Ben surfed to his personal best at Raglan, making the finals and just slipping from second to fourth in the final last minute of the under 16’s final. The juniors were Noah Camburn and Tai Murphy, who both made it through their first heats, with Noah scoring the highest single wave score of a 7.5 on his first ever wave at Manu Bay. Tai Murphy advanced to the quarter finals of the under 14s. Netball: Congratulations to Trident’s Premier one team who have now won the Tauranga Netball Competition three years in a row. On Saturday the

Premier one team played the Premier two team. They played in the top premier grade in the Whakatane competition. The team is ready to be placed in the finals this Saturday at 1pm. Swimming: The Bay of Plenty short course swimming champs were held during the weekend. Two Trident students competed. Zoey Salt competed in five races with four personal bests in her five races, but she had to scratch the rest of her races due to illness. Tessa Dodson competed in seven races. She got five PBs and made finals for her 200metre backstroke, placing 7th and placed 4th in her 400IM. She has now qualified for NZ short course in Auckland in October.

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Whakatane Golf Club happenings THURSDAY, August 8 – Men: D Young 43, K Walker 42, A Rhodes 40, C Hahipene, I McGougan, B Brown, 39; T Jones, L Kingi, K Harper, R McMullan, S Kingi, 38; H Johnson, P McEwan, S Carney, K Hahipene, M Harvey, 37; Hobson Wealth nearest the pin on the 18: J Crawshaw; Kope Pharmacy and Post Shop nearest the pin for three on nine: B Brown; Paul Gundersen best gross: H Johnson 74; J Ruegg’s most golf: M Reid; hidden hole: K Walker, H Johnson, D Gardner, M Mander, B Chase; twos: W Aldridge, D Young, D Wardlaw, D Steel, G Wilson, K Walker, R Burrows, M Mander, K Clark, S Kingi, T Adamson, C McGlashen. Bayley’s teams day: 125 - S Carney, B Chase, D McEwan, P McEwan; 122 - G Wilson, P Goes, J Ruegg, K Harper; 120 - D Steel, D Good, F Wilbur-Smith, D Young. * * * SATURDAY, August 10 – Men: D Young,

S Stephens, A Steel, 69; L Ramsey, C Hahipene, C Van Asselt, S Cooney, A Broadmore, 71. Club championship strokeplay finals – men, senior: S Stephen 225, H Johnson 233, C Van Asselt 237, D McEwan 237, T Van Asselt 242; intermediate: C Hahipene 255, W Aldridge 256, R Nickel 259, D Young 267, B Willetts 269; junior: M Mander 279, K Kingi 280, J Anderson, M Cooper, A Fergusson 281; junior B: M Tee 306, R McMullan 312, J Lawson 323; women: silver – P Lawson 248, A Hay 267, L Steel 270; bronze I - N Hill 288, C Barker 299, R Johnson 300; bronze II – K Swanson 314, A Barr 325. * * * TUESDAY, August 6 – Nine-hole women, Red marker day: J Bunyan 35, J Julian c/b, C Scott 37, M Meredith 38, C Gee 38 c/b; nine-hole men: J Anderson 19, P Patterson

18, I McAuslin 16; best putter: S Leabourn; longest drive: B Ogilvy; nearest the pin: W Orsler. * * * Coming up: Saturday, August 17 and Sunday 18: Mixed Bay v Harbour. Monday, August 19: Women, Kope Challenge, open pairs tournament, Tuesday, August 20: Nine-hole women, fourth Stableford; nine-hole men, first round matchplay; vets, third round matchplay. Wednesday, August 21: Women match practice day. Thursday, August 22: Men’s golf. Saturday, August 24: Women’s first round club champs matchplay; men first round club champs matchplay. Sunday, August 25: Mixed, Helloworld social day.


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If you are an experienced, innovative and passionate teacher that can work collaboratively in a team — we are looking for you. Our kura is seeking a Year 7-8 teacher for our Auraki (English medium) whanau. Our Special Character School (NgatiAwatanga) has a roll of 260 students and is located on the rural fringe of Whakatane in the sunny BOP. The successful applicant will have: • Full NZ Teacher Registration ‡$QDI¿QLW\ZLWKDQGNQRZOHGJHRIWHDFKLQJ0DRUL students. • Sound Knowledge of teaching approaches and the Curriculum • IT capable Start date beginning of Term 4. Nau Mai haere mai ki to matou kura. Application packs are available from : 34 Paroa Road or email janet@paroa.school.nz

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WHAKATANE SURF LIFE SAVING CLUB 87TH ANNUAL AGM Will be held at the Clubrooms, 9 Mair Street, Ohope on Sunday 25th August 2019 at 3:00pm. All members and other interested parties are welcome to attend.

Hamish Reid, Club President.

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FETOAI Pule (Paul) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 19.08.2018. A year without you and still the heartache hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t eased. You will always be close as we carry on with our lives. Forever loved husband of Bonnie. Dearly loved Dad of Maria (dec), Will and Synthia and Biddy. Adored Koro of Indiana, Alonzo and Maverick.

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HASTINGS Cyril â&#x20AC;&#x201D; In loving memory of my dearly loved husband Cyril and Pop to the family, passed peacefully 2 years ago today, August 16, also from his brothers in Aussie. Vonnie Waihirere HUGHES Karen Elizabeth â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 29.12.1948 24-hour service - 16.08.2011. 17 Awatapu Drive, Whakatane WANA Joseph (Tio) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 01.07.1963 83 Landing Road, Whakatane - 20.08.2011. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll play your P hone favourite song Darlin, F620807aa We can rock it all night long Darlin, Cause Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got love Darlin, Love sweet love Darlin, Mellow mood has got me. Love and miss you both. Sarajo, Netana, Pohoira and Riini.

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NOTICE TICE OF DAY OF ELECTION Nominations received Under the Eastern Bay Energy Trust Deed of Trust, notice is given that the following persons have been duly nominated as candidates to the Eastern Bay Energy Trust when nominations closed on 9 August 2019:

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Kawerau District Council area (one vacancy): Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;BRIEN, Edwina As the number of candidates does not exceed the number of positions (1) an election will not be required. Therefore Edwina Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;BRIEN is duly declared an elected trustee of the Eastern Bay Energy Trust. Ĺ&#x152;pĹ?tiki District Council area (one vacancy): HENNESSY, Kevin (Ĺ&#x152;pĹ?tiki)

HILL, Barry (Ĺ&#x152;pĹ?tiki)

As there are more candidates than there are vacancies to be ďŹ lled, an election will be held between the listed candidates under the ďŹ rst past the post electoral system by postal voting.

Voting documents Voting documents will be posted to all eligible electricity consumers within the Ĺ&#x152;pĹ?tiki District Council area from Tuesday 10 September 2019. Voting documents must be returned no later than 12 noon, Tuesday 1 October 2019 to the electoral ofďŹ cer, Eastern Bay Energy Trust. A polling place will be open during normal ofďŹ ce hours (Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 3:00pm) at the Eastern Bay Energy Trust ofďŹ ce, 5 Richardson Street WhakatÄ ne from Tuesday 10 September 2019 to 12 noon, Tuesday 1 October 2019. Dated at WhakatÄ ne, 15 August 2019 Dale Ofsoske, Electoral OfďŹ cer Independent Election Services Ltd. for Eastern Bay Energy Trust

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DUTY PHARMACIES WHAKATANE: Total Health Chemist, The Strand, Whakatane. Ph 308 9009. Hours: Saturday 9.30am - 1pm and 2.30pm - 4.30pm. Sunday 10.30am - 1pm 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. Ph (07) 315 6251. Hours: Sunday 10am - 12 noon.

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CHAMBERLAIN Tony â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 16.08.2017. Today brings great sadness, As this is the day you left us 2 years ago, My heart aches to see your smile Proudly locally to hear your voice owned & operated to hold your hand and to see you walk Call Steve, Kylee, through the door Julie, Kyle, Pauline, My memories of you DÄ&#x201A;ĆŠĹ&#x161;Ä&#x17E;Ç Í&#x2022;Ĺ˝Ć&#x152; bring great comfort, Ĺ&#x161;Ć&#x152;Ĺ?Ć?Ć&#x;ĹśÄ&#x17E;ĨŽĆ&#x152; Your name is Ä&#x17E;Ç&#x2020;Ć&#x2030;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ĺ?Ä&#x17E;ĹśÄ?Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Í&#x2022;Ć&#x2039;ĆľÄ&#x201A;ĹŻĹ?ÄŽÄ&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Í&#x2022; spoken every day, Ć&#x2030;Ć&#x152;ŽĨÄ&#x17E;Ć?Ć?Ĺ?ŽŜÄ&#x201A;ĹŻÎ&#x2DC;Ä?Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x152;Ĺ?ĹśĹ? with love, laughter and Ć?Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ç&#x20AC;Ĺ?Ä?Ä&#x17E; tears we remember the loving husband, father Î&#x17D;Ĺ?Ć&#x152;Ä?ŽŜÄ&#x161;Ĺ?Ć&#x;ŽŜÄ&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Ä?Ĺ&#x161;Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x2030;Ä&#x17E;ĹŻ and Pop that we cherish. Î&#x2DC;Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;ĨĆ&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ć?Ĺ&#x161;ĹľÄ&#x17E;ĹśĆ&#x161;ĨÄ&#x201A;Ä?Ĺ?ĹŻĹ?Ć&#x;Ä&#x17E;Ć? If I could have one wish Î&#x17D;>Ĺ?Ç&#x20AC;Ä&#x17E;ĨƾŜÄ&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ä&#x201A;ĹŻĆ?Ć&#x161;Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x201A;ĹľĹ?ĹśĹ? It would be to have MONUMENTAL you home with us, SPECIALISTS I miss you so much ώϰͲĹ&#x161;Ć&#x152;Ć?Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ç&#x20AC;Ĺ?Ä?Ä&#x17E; F621022aa And love you forever. Loved husband of Email: willettsfuneral@xtra.co.nz Madeline, father www.willettsfuneralservices.co.nz of Shane, Colin, Helping celebrate life since 1990 Adele-May (dec) and Toni-Marie and loving Pop to his mokos.

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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 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces   3pm Tipping Point   4pm Te Karere   4:30 Funny You Should Ask  4:55 The Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Seven Sharp  7:30 MasterChef Australia PGR With the judges’ auditions completed, the contestants arrive for their first contest in the MasterChef kitchen. They have been there once before, but will now take the benches for the first time.  8:40 A Place To Call Home PGR Sarah finds the strength to face her biggest fear and embrace happiness with George and David.  9:45 Coronation Street PGR  10:45 1 News Tonight  11:15 800 Words PGR  

6:30 MyaGo  6:40 Paw Patrol   7am The Insectibles   7:25 Future-Worm!   7:50 Bunnicula  8:15 Ducktales   8:35 The Lion Guard   9am Infomercials 10:05 The Middle   10:35 Neighbours   11:05 F Seven Year Switch UK 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 Dogs Make You Laugh Out Loud  8:30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown AO  9:30 Michael McIntyre’s Big Show   10:45 Two And A Half Men PGR   11:15 Cougar Town PGR   11:40 Brooklyn Nine-Nine PGR 

6am The AM Show 9am The Café 10am Infomercials 11:30 DailyMailTV PGR Noon Face The Truth PGR 12:30 Dr Phil AO  1:30 The Titan Games   2:30 Vet On The Hill  3:30 DailyMailTV PGR 4pm NewsHub Live At 4pm 4:30 Entertainment Tonight 5pm Love Island UK The reunion show. 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Project 8pm The Graham Norton Show PGR   9pm 7 Days AO 9:45 The Conners PGR  10:15 NewsHub Late 10:45 Fail Army AO  11:15 Entertainment Tonight Weekend 

6am Codename – Kids Next Door   6:25 Batman – Brave And The Bold   6:50 Duck Dodgers   7:15 Kid v Kat  7:40 Danny Phantom  8:05 Ben 10 – Omniverse  8:30 Nicky, Ricky, Dicky And Dawn 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 Just Shoot Me PGR   2:05 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert PGR  3pm Judge Judy PGR 3:30 Jeopardy 4pm The Chase Australia  5pm Everybody Loves Raymond  5:30 Prime News 6pm NZ Press Box 6:30 Kiwi League Show 7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup Hawke’s Bay v Wellington. 9:30 Raw PGR 10:30 SmackDown AO 11:30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert PGR

6:30 Early Programmes 8am Pukana   8:50 Paia  9am Te Ao – Maori News  9:30 Piri’s Tiki Tour PGR  10am Tangaroa With Pio  10:30 Sidewalk Karaoke PGR  11am Nga Tangata Taumata Rau  Noon Matau PGR  12:30 The Laughing Samoans 1pm The Puna  1:30 What’s Up With The Tumoanas? PGR  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 He Rourou  4:10 Darwin + Newts  4:20 Kids’ Kai Kart  4:30 Patapatai 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 Family Rules PGR  8:30 M Striking Distance AO 1993 Action. 10:20 Te Ao – Maori News  10:50 Senior Kapa Haka Regionals  11:20 Closedown

6am Te Karere    6:30 Country Calendar   7am Keeping Up With The Kaimanawas   7:30 Infomercials 9am Whanau Living   9:30 Tagata Pasifika 10am Tipping Point  10:55 Britain’s Best Home Cook   Noon Call The Midwife PGR   1:15 Coast v Country  2:15 Kirstie And Phil’s Love It Or List It PGR   3:15 Eat Well For Less  4:30 Fishing And Adventure  5pm The Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Extreme Chocolate Makers  7:30 MasterChef Australia  8pm L Lotto 8:05 MasterChef Australia Continued.  8:40 Hotel Inspector Returns  9:40 Anika Moa Unleashed AO  10:10 Kath And Kim PGR   10:40 Liar AO   11:45 Blindspot AO 

6am The Wot Wots   6:20 The Wiggles, Emma!  6:30 PJ Masks   6:55 Peppa Pig 7am Ben 10   7:10 M Planes 2 – Fire And Rescue PGR 2014 Animated Comedy.  8:35 Beyblade Burst Evolution   9am We Bare Bears  9:10 Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man v The Sinister 6  9:35 The Simpsons   10am Fresh 10:25 Young And Hungry PGR 10:55 Suburgatory PGR   11:25 8 Simple Rules   11:50 Splitting Up Together PGR  12:50 American Housewife PGR 1:15 Car Crash TV  1:45 America’s Funniest Home Videos 2:10 Renters PGR   2:40 My Kitchen Rules PGR   6:05 The Big Bang Theory   6:35 Young Sheldon   7pm M Into The Woods PGR 2014 Adventure.  9:15 M The Matrix AO 1999 Sci-fi Thriller.  11:55 M Survivor AO 2015 Action Thriller.

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   2pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR   3pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR   4pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  A week dedicated to redemption sees Sophia and Mikaere come into their own; alliances are solidified, before a surprising turn of events throws the teams off course.  5pm America’s Next Top Model  6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm America’s Got Talent  8:55 M The Guilt Trip AO 2012 Comedy Drama. As a man is about to begin the trip of a lifetime, a quick stop at his mother’s house turns into an unexpected cross-country journey with her along for the ride.  10:50 M Girl Missing PGR 2015 Drama. 

6am Codename – Kids Next Door   6:25 Batman – Brave And The Bold   6:50 Duck Dodgers   7:15 Kid v Kat  7:40 Danny Phantom  8:05 Teen Titans  8:30 Batman – The Animated Series  9am Justice League Unlimited PGR 10am Raw PGR  11am SmackDown PGR  Noon NRL Try Time 1pm Sail GP 2pm Pawn Stars  2:30 Sir John Kirwan Dinner 4:30 Hot Bench  5pm Addicted To Fishing  5:30 Prime News 6pm Antiques Roadshow  7pm Mighty Machines PGR  7:30 Massive Engineering Mistakes PGR In Oklahoma, a once-thriving mining town was made uninhabitable by a string of engineering errors; in England, transport engineers forgot the golden rule – measure twice, cut once. 8:30 Rugby – The Championship  11pm SAS – Who Dares Wins AO  

6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7am Tamariki Haka 7:10 Pukoro  7:40 Kainga Whakapaipai  7:50 Polyfest Kapa Haka  8:20 Smooth 8:30 Pukana   10am Basketball – Fiba World Cup Qualifiers  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 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm M Legends Of Oz PGR 2013 Family Animated. Voices of Lea Michele, Kelsey Grammer, Dan Ackroyd. 8:30 M Tracks AO 2013 Adventure Drama. A young woman goes on a 2800km trek across the deserts of West Australia with four camels and her dog. 10:30 Te Ao – Maori News  11pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  11:30 Closedown

6am Blue Planet   7am The Aussie Property Flippers   7:50 Tagata Pasifika 8:15 Praise Be  8:45 The Big Ward   9:10 20/20   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 PGR   3:55 F London – 2000 Years Of History 4:55 The Celebrity Chase  6pm 1 News At 6pm  7pm Country Calendar Sound Bites.  7:30 Sunday  8:30 F Funny As – The Story Of New Zealand Comedy AO Local series telling how comedians in groups have created some New Zealand’s best comedy, but also looking at the mavericks who went it alone.  9:30 F Autopsy USA PGR  10:30 Deep State AO (Starting Today)  11:30 Secrets And Lies 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 Andi Mack  8am What Now? 10am Shortland Street Omnibus PGR   12:35 The Bachelor PGR  2:25 Home And Away Omnibus  5:10 M Moana PGR 2016 Animated Adventure. Voices of Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House.  7pm Celebrity Treasure Island Kiwi celebrities compete in paradise for the chance to win $100,000 for their chosen charities.  8:05 M Ant-Man PGR 2015 Action. A master thief is recruited to carry out a robbery, armed with a suit that allows him to shrink in size, but increase in strength. Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas.  10:20 M Alien – Covenant AO 2017 Sci-fi Thriller. 

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 – Jaquar I 1:30 Motorsport – Titans RX (HLS) 2pm Motorsport – MotoGP (HLS) 3pm Motorsport – British Touring Car Championship (HLS) 4pm Motorsport – DTM 5pm Big Angry Fish PGR  6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  8:30 Jonah AO (Part 1) Story of rugby legend Jonah Lomu, documenting his rise to the top, as well as his health battle behind the scenes.  10:20 Golden Boy AO   10:50 Mean Mums   11:20 Chicago PD AO 

6am Religious Programme 7am Nella The Princess Knight   7:30 Religious Programme 10:30 Sport Box Noon F Death In Paradise PGR   1pm Grassroots Rugby 2pm University Challenge   2:30 Touch Rugby – NRL Premiership 4:30 Rugby Nation 5:30 Prime News 6pm The Great Escapers 7pm Storage Wars PGR 7:30 Inside The Tower Of London A look at suffragette Leonora Cohen, who took aim at the crown jewels to publicise her cause; a look back to 2014, when the Tower displayed almost a million ceramic poppies for Remembrance Day.  8:30 Endeavour AO  10:30 60 Minutes PGR 11:30 American Crime Story – The Assassination Of Gianni Versace AO 

6:30 Te Ao – Maori News  7am Tamariki Haka  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 Off The Grid With Pio  Noon On The Ladder  12:30 IVF World Sprints  1pm Touch Rugby – Junior National Championships  2pm M Legends Of Oz PGR 2013 Family Animated. 4pm Haka Global  4:30 Waka Man  5pm Tagata Pasifika 5:30 Nga Tangata Taumata Rau  6:30 Te Ao – Maori News 7pm Te Ao With Moana  7:30 F Kiingitanga  8:30 M Moon AO 2009 Scifi. 10:20 Te Ao – Maori News  10:50 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  11:50 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 CatchUp PGR   2pm George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces   3pm Tipping Point   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 How to get a good night’s sleep; is being hangry a real thing?  8:30 Manhunt – Catch Me If You Can   9:30 Q+A  10:35 1 News Tonight  11:05 Proven Innocent AO  11:55 The Brave AO  

6:30 MyaGo  6:40 Paw Patrol   7am The Insectibles   7:25 Future-Worm!   7:50 Bunnicula  8:15 Ducktales   8:35 The Lion Guard   9am Infomercials 10am The Middle   10:30 Neighbours   11am Celebrity Treasure Island   Noon The Seven-Year Switch Australia PGR (Starting Today)   1:30 Judge Rinder 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 Celebrity Treasure Island  8:30 The Seven-Year Switch Australia PGR  9:30 N The Single Wives PGR  10:35 Two And A Half Men PGR   11pm Cougar Town PGR   11:30 Lethal Weapon AO 

6am The AM Show 9am The Café 10am Infomercials 11:25 Entertainment Tonight  11:55 Face The Truth PGR 12:25 Dr Phil AO 1:25 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR   2:55 Ready Set Reno   3:30 Family Feud Australia  4pm Entertainment Tonight 4:30 NewsHub Live At 4:30pm 5pm Millionaire Hot Seat  6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm The Project 7:30 The Block NZ – Firehouse PGR  8:30 Jonah AO (Part 2) Having become the youngest player to join the All Blacks, and the first Tongan to make the side, Jonah deals with his fame and escalating health problems.  10:30 NewsHub Late 11pm The Hui   11:35 NewsHub Nation  

6am Codename – Kids Next Door   6:25 Batman – Brave And The Bold   6:50 Duck Dodgers   7:15 Kid v Kat  7:40 Danny Phantom  8:05 Ben 10 – Omniverse  8:30 Nicky, Ricky, Dicky And Dawn 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 Just Shoot Me PGR   2:05 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert PGR  3pm Judge Judy PGR 3:30 Jeopardy 4pm The Chase Australia  5pm Everybody Loves Raymond  5:30 Prime News 6pm Inside The PGA Tour 6:30 ICC Cricket 360 7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 American Pickers 8:30 M Olympus Has Fallen AO 2013 Action.  11pm Road Racing Series

6:30 Early Programmes 7:50 Kids’ Kai Kart  8am Pukana   8:50 Paia  9am Te Ao – Maori News  9:30 Piri’s Tiki Tour PGR  10am Tangaroa With Pio  10:30 Sidewalk Karaoke PGR  11am Nga Tangata Taumata Rau  Noon Matau PGR  12:30 The Laughing Samoans 1pm The Puna  1:30 What’s Up With The Tumoanas? PGR  2pm Opaki  2:30 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu  3pm Waiata Mai  3:10 Pukoro  3:40 Tamariki Haka  3:50 E Kori  3:55 E Ki E Ki 4pm He Rourou  4:10 Darwin + Newts  4:20 Kids’ Kai Kart  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 Le Ride PGR 10:10 Waka Huia 10:40 Te Ao – Maori News  11:10 Senior Kapa Haka Regionals  11:40 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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OLYMPICS-BOUND: The victorious New Zealand showjumping team, Samantha McIntosh, Tom Tarver, Daniel Meech and Bruce Gooding after their qualifier win in The Netherlands. Photo Libby Law Photography,

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KAWERAU showjumper Tom Tarver will be heading to the Olympic Games in Japan next year, as part of the New Zealand showjumping team. He will be joined Samantha McIntosh, Bruce Goodin and Daniel Meech. The team competed in a qualifying event in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, against five other national teams, the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, the Republic of Korea and the Philippines, and took out first place, with 17 faults against the second placed People’s

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Republic of China’s 47 faults. The only clear rounds inside the time allowed over the two rounds came from Tarver, aboard Popeye, and McIntosh on Check In 2. Tarver and his partner, Lucia Voss initially travelled to Australia and then on to their current base in Germany with their two horses, Popeye and Ngahiwi Para. They have been there for about two months during which time Tarver has been training in preparation for the qualifying tournament. Tarver’s personal assistant back in his Kawerau business, Equifibre, Ros Elliott said the team did brilliantly during the competition.

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“He messaged me afterwards and said he had done what he needed to do, and it was obviously a great performance,” she said. One of Tarver’s greatest supporters, Bruce Liddle, said the horseman had “come a long way since I used to cart him all round the country to horse events from the age of nine”. New Zealand led at the end of the first round with four fault rounds from Goodin aboard Backatorps Danny V and McIntosh, and five faults from Meech with Fine. Tarver’s 12 round effort with Popeye became the drop score. In the second, Goodin had a single rail with clean slates from Tarver and

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McIntosh. With the win in the bag, Meech did not need to jump the final round. Chef d’equipe and trainer Helena Stormanns was very pleased with the efforts of the four riders. “Tom was fantastic in that second round, Samantha brilliant, Bruce’s horse jumped great . . . it was absolutely spot on,” she said. New Zealand and the People’s Republic of China both qualified for the Olympics. Tarver and Voss will now be spending most of their time in Europe where he will be in training for the Olympics, although Elliott said he would be back for a short time next month.

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