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For the 64-year-old Plains Rangers player affectionately known as Bazza, the Grey Fox, or, “by the occasional discourteous opponent,” as Grandad, the game often coined ‘the beautiful game,’ is indeed, exactly that.

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Barrie Hawkes considers himself lucky. First taking up soccer as an Invercargill schoolboy nearly 50 years ago, Barrie is still playing soccer today; first division, for his team of the past 27 years, the Plains Rangers.

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“I don’t play every game anymore,” says Barrie who has been tailing off the Saturday fixtures that have dominated winter months for most of his life. “I play when I’m needed.” But for the 64-year-old defender, passion for the game remains undiminished.

game among younger generations. Nurturing a love of football within his own family – with all four of his and wife Rose’s now grownup sons being soccer players – Barrie is also well known in the Awakeri community for his many years of service in the Awakeri Junior Football Club.

“It’s a great game, a fast-moving game of skill. That’s the standout for me,” Barrie says. “And size doesn’t matter. You can be big and strong, or small. It’s the skill that will count.”

President of the club (which currently fields 12 teams) for the past 31 years, and additionally, coaching for 15 of those years, Barrie has been fostering the sport in the Awakeri community for more than three decades.

Apart from playing himself, the Awakeri Primary School teacher has also been responsible for igniting a passion for the

KICKING WORK: Barrie Hawkes considers himself lucky to still be playing first division football as he approaches retirement.

It’s been a good fit for a teacher, he says. “I’ve loved being able to share enthusiasm for football with the students. It’s been a cool thing, a good way to interact with the kids and it’s also another tool to teach with.” It’s a role he says he’s going to miss come the end of the year.

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“I haven’t yet formally resigned but it’s common knowledge that I’m going to,” he says. And along with it, he will also be stepping down from his long-time presidency of the junior football club, which is based at the school. His many years with the club will be cherished, he says. “There’ve been so many highlights for me over the years. It’s always such a pleasure to watch talented players much later on who I saw start out in the Awakeri Juniors years ago.” Barrie says his own soccer career has included just one gap, a long break of six years when his children were very small.

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“When we arrived in Awakeri in 1986, I thought I’d given it up,” he says. But as his sons grew, becoming enamoured with the game themselves, Barrie says he was lured back to the game and found that he “loved

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the beautiful game NOTE FROM THE EDITOR Running around the football field competing against men less than half his age seems to be Barrie Hawkes’ secret to staying vigorous into retirement years. We caught up with the retiring Awakeri teacher down at the sportsfield to hear about his love of the game. We also talk to the new aquatic centre boss about his extensive experience in both England and New Zealand and learn about the unconventional way he and his family have spent the past year. Enjoy.

it more than ever”.

supporter of The Phoenix, Barrie tries to get to see their games when he can, and he keeps a keen eye on any international club featuring New Zealand players – “currently West Ham United and Burnley,” he says. But, above all stands his fondness for and allegiance to his own club, the Plains Rangers.

since he was 15-years-old. “They’ve got the passion, like me.”

Barrie considers himself lucky to have never suffered the serious type of injury that often retires older soccer players. “I’ve broken a few bones in my feet over the years but nothing that’s ever put me out for more than a few weeks.”

“It really is a great club,” he says. “Plains Rangers is very inclusive, social, and it’s been such a pleasure to play alongside a lot of the players over the years such as Aaron Muggeridge, and Christian Wetting”.

BAZZA: Plains Rangers player Barrie Hawkes has been playing football for 50 years. Photos

And his love for the beautiful game, extends far outside the Eastern Bay. An avid

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The following years would see he and his sons playing together on the same team, all members of the Plains Rangers at some point or another. “A fantastic experience” he says.

Like the slogan on a shirt gifted to Barrie whose message he reckons is “pretty much right,” Barrie is continuing to live his life by the motto, “Football is life … The rest is merely details”.

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by Lorraine Wilson Whakatane Aquatic and Recreation Centre’s newly appointed manager is excited. Not just with the role that signals his return to the familiar world of aquatics, but with the town that he and his family will now call home.

“The whole concept is based on respect,” Andrew says. “Bringing the best possible value to the customer. “The Aquatic Centre is a great place to use lean because it’s a community facility, and rates-funded. We need to provide the best value for the community,” he says, adding that he is taking over a well-run facility with a great team and that he’s confident that he can do exactly that.

Formerly from England, Andrew Smith rolled into Whakatane earlier this month, taking up his new position, and simultaneously, marking the end of a year-long adventure for he and wife Shannon, and the couple’s three children. For the past 12 months the Smith family have journeyed from Tauranga to Bluff and back again, with their 10-metre Kodiak caravan their sole accommodation. He says his new appointment has arrived with impeccable timing. Andrew is an aquatics professional. Beginning with his first job as a lifeguard in England as a 16-year-old through to a position as operations manager of a large-scale aquatic facility in Portsmouth, he says his entire career in England was in aquatics. “It’s in my blood.”

“We need to be transparent on all levels and provide the best possible experience. Clarity under the water, and clarity on the surface too.” Andrew arrived in New Zealand nearly a decade ago to marry his Tauranga-born sweetheart, Shannon, the couple having earlier met when they worked on a Camp America programme an hour outside of New York – a children’s summer holiday camp programme run throughout the United States – where Andrew had been employed as a lifeguard, and Shannon, a camp counsellor.

His arrival in New Zealand marked the beginning of new roles in the aquatic industry in his new country and has included appointments as manager of Baywave’s Health Club Network in Tauranga, and operations manager of the Rotorua Aquatic Centre. And in each case, Andrew has put his expertise as a lean facilitator to work.

Andrew says aquatics is in his blood. Though having taken a few years out of the industry, he says it’s good to be back. And with the family adventure that took him out of the workforce for the past 12 months, he says the timing has been perfect. The idea of travelling the country as a family

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EXPERIENCED HAND: Andrew Smith, the new manager of Whakatane Aquatic Centre has been working in aquatics since his first job as a lifeguard at 16. Photo Troy Baker D8861-05

is something Andrew and Shannon had long discussed. “We wanted the experience of just being together,” he says. Living in Tauranga at the time with their children – Anabelle, 10, Olivia, eight, and Hudson, four, all being home-schooled and at an age their parents considered good for making such a trip, “and with a big mortgage that we didn’t want,” he says they finally just made a decision to do it. Selling up their house and many of their possessions, and buying the 10-metre Kodiak caravan, the family took to the road, and for the following year, spent an average of $6

a night on accommodation, Andrew says – the cost of staying in a NZMCA campsite or staying for free in allocated community campsites.

so there was a lot to learn about that for a start, managing the use of limited power and water and that sort of thing. It’s been a huge learning experience for all of us.”

“It’s been an incredible time, life-changing and one we’ll never forget,” he says. “A powerful experience for all of us, especially the children. They’ve learnt and grown so much. They’ve become hugely independent and great communicators and all of us have met people along the way that will be lifelong friends.”

It was as the family was nearing their return to Tauranga that Andrew was notified of the opportunity at the Whakatane Aquatic Centre.

He says the trip was also about getting back to basics. “We used solar power, for instance,

“For me, I could tell straight away that this is a strong community and well looked after, too. Even driving into the area and seeing the flowers at the roundabouts, you can see how the council cares about the town. And the people here are so friendly. I loved it immediately and the rest of the family did too.” The Smiths have opted to remain living in their mobile home, “our own tiny house” of sorts, Andrew says. Located close to playgrounds, the library and museum, he says the children are delighted and already developing new sets of friends. “We’re all very happy to be here.”

“Through the whole trip we’d had an eye out for somewhere we’d like to live, a place where we felt a sense of belonging, a sense of it being our community.” And in coming to Whakatane, he says, they found it.

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Pohutukawa Probus turns 20 by Hazel Osborne The Pohutukawa Probus Club of Ohope turned 20 this week as its members gathered to reminisce and eat cake. Foundation members and new members alike gathered to celebrate the anniversary hosted by the Ohope Chartered Club on Monday morning. Pohutukawa Probus is a social club derived from Rotary for retirees and elderly. It encourages friendship, fellowship and fun, as well as keeping minds and bodies active.

importance of the club and what it means for the retired community in Ohope. “I’m retiring from the mayoralty but I’m not retiring from life, so I won’t be coming along to join your club just yet … it is good to have groups together to keep the camaraderie going, your friendship, and the things that you do,” Tony told the group. “Happy birthday, enjoy the next 20 years, and congratulations.” Many foundation members also spoke, remembering those who have since passed and the importance they played 20 years ago. Pohutukawa Probus is one of four Probus clubs in the Eastern Bay.

Annie Murray of Pohutukawa Probus says as the years go on, membership numbers remain strong. “Our membership is good, we have 120 members. Just today we had a woman come in for a form, I must say that’s good,” Annie says. Each month the club hosts a guest speaker as part of their formal presentation, however, with anniversary celebrations, speakers like Mayor Tony Bonne took the floor.

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Residents from Bupa Mary Shapley Care Home have made sure their gumboots stand out on the White Pine Bush Road gumboot fence in Awakeri.

help after fall My grateful thanks to all those who assisted me when I had a fall in Boon Street on Monday, August 12.

They took a van trip out to the tourist attraction and attached their gumboots, which they had painted themselves with bright colours during their activities time recently.

I was so lucky a doctor happened to be the first on the scene. Thanks also to the person who rang St John, the person who showed concern re the practical things and the supporters. We are so fortunate to be living in such a caring community.

Care home manager Shelly Moloney says the residents got a real kick out of seeing their brightly coloured gumboots on the fence.

Marie Maxwell “They got to sign their gumboot crafts before we attached them and they loved it. Their gumboots definitely stood out from the rest.”

If someone has done you a kind deed and you would like to thank them in the Eastern Bay Life, email ebl@thebeacon.co.nz with Good on Ya in the subject line, or visit us at 32 Pyne Street, Whakatane.

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cheese and herb omelette Serves 2 4 eggs 2 tablespoons milk Salt and pepper to season 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley or other fresh herbs 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2-4 tablespoons grated cheese Beat the eggs with the milk. Add the salt, pepper and herbs. Melt the butter in the frying pan, and when hot pour in the mixture. Cook over a moderate heat lifting the mixture with a spatula so that the uncooked egg runs underneath. Increase the heat to brown the omelette. When the mixture is set sprinkle with the grated cheese. Loosen from the pan with the spatula and fold in half.Serve immediately with a salad or some green beans.

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try out your by Kathy Forsyth Last week was New Zealand Maths Week and Eastern Bay schools put on some exciting challenges that saw students puzzling over perplexing mathematical problems. Apanui School hosted its annual Interschool Maths Problem Solving Competition and this year it was Awakeri School that took top honours at Friday’s event. Twenty-three teams from nine schools around the Eastern Bay competed, the biggest number ever. Groups of four year 5 and 6 students worked their way through 25 questions in 40 minutes. No calculators or rulers were allowed and the team that answered the most questions correctly in the time given was the winner.

“It was a bit of a community focus, what we can give back to the maths community because so many remember coming to this competition themselves and speak fondly of it.”

“The event went well. It took a little bit for them to get into it but once they had done the first two questions, they really enjoyed it. I included a few questions where they had to run and find teachers for answers, so that added to the fun. Some of the questions were pretty hard even though they did not necessarily look it, but all the students gave it their best shot,” Declan says.

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Whakatane High School also held its own challenge on Friday. Head of maths Declan Manning organised the problem-solving event for teams of year 9 and 10 students.

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Trident High School students also got involved in the competition, with many of the questions created by its year nine students, who were also there to mark the answers.

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Apanui School principal Simon Akroyd says it was good to have Opotiki’s Ashbrook Primary School at the competition for the first time. With three schools tying in second place – Allandale and two Ohope Beach teams – the second and third places had to be decided with a “sudden death” tie-breaker question. In the end it was Allandale that took second and the two Ohope Beach teams placed third and fourth.

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Question 2 The Thompson family are buying a bigger piece of land. Their current land is a rectangle with an area of 600m2. The longest side of this section is 40m. The new piece of land is the same shape but the dimensions(length and width) are three times bigger. What is the perimeter of the new piece of land?

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ACCLAIMED: The Morton Trio delivered a mesmerising performance at their recent recital in Whakatane. Photo Dave Hall

skill and musicianship showcased It is seldom that Whakatane audiences have the opportunity to hear performers of the level of The Morton Trio, who recently gave a recital in the Church of St George and St John. We were fortunate Arna Morton, Alexander Morton and Liam Wooding could leave their professional commitments playing in famous orchestras in England, Australia and New Zealand for a while and demonstrate the skill and

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The Mythes for violin and piano by Karol Szymanowski were ample opportunity for Arna to demonstrate her mastery of difficult techniques such as double stopping and slow vibrato. The final movement created a sparkling landscape of nymphs and other fantastical creatures with references to Pan’s pipes evoked through the use of amazing harmonics.

The lush sounds of the violin were amply supported by the sympathetic solo passages and accompaniment of pianist Wooding in the final sections. The commitment of the trio players during the evening and the quality of their performances reinforces what many realise is that modern and established classical music has much to offer today’s audiences.

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stamps on show The Whakatane Philatelic Society – or Stamp Club as it is better known – joined with its Tauranga counterpart for it’s latest stamp fair. The Whakatane club, which meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the Fletcher Cole Hall in McGarvey Road, has a membership of 27. Past president Tiena Jordan says joining with the 70-strong Tauranga Club for last weekend’s stamp fair was a first for the club and was very successful as it meant there was a lot of new material that people hadn’t seen before. Tiena says the hobby of stamp collecting is not as popular as it once was but still has a dedicated following. She says there are different types of collectors and collections. Some might collect stamps from a certain country, others collect stamps with a particular

theme, such as flowers or animals. “There is an astonishing variety of different sorts of stamps. It can be a good way to learn about different countries and their histories,” she says. “The New Zealand Philatelic Federation even has a special youth council for young people wanting to take part in the hobby.” Life member of the club Terry Allan says the fair was a great opportunity for some of the older members of the club who are not able to travel to Tauranga often. He says the Tauranga members also enjoyed the chance to share their collections with the Whakatane club. STAMP FAIR: Isabel Nickol, Tauranga club member Brian Ducker and Murray Prouse search through boxes of stamps looking for a collector’s treasure. Photos Troy Baker D8850-06

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open homes SATURDAY 24TH - TUESDAY 27TH AUGUST

WHAKATANE

OHOPE

SUNDAY

SUNDAY

OPOTIKI TUESDAY

AUCTION Auction

42 James Street

2-2.30

Bayleys

$359,000

77A Awatapu Drive

12.30-1

Harcourts

$440,000

48 McGarvey Road

12-12.30

89C Douglas Street

1-1.30

Professionals

$515,000

18 Pohutu Street

1-2

Ray White

$539,000

24 Toroa Street

1.15-1.45

Harcourts

$540,000

61 Victoria Avenue

11-11.30

X Realty

$559,000

1B Riverside Drive

2.30-3

EDGE Realty

$590,000

5B Halberg Crescent

1-1.30

Harcourts

$595,000

9 Anzac Avenue

12-12.30

Interest Over

Interest Over

$630k 41A Alexander Avenue $650k 5 Douglas Street

$650,000

14 Olympic Drive

1-1.30

X Realty Professionals

2-2.30

X Realty

2-2.30

Professionals

14 Walnut Grove

1.30-2

$695k 75B Hinemoa Street

12.45-1.15

$710k 13 Amber Grove

1.45-2.15

66 Douglas Street

3-3.30

12 Pouwhare Street

2-2.30

$770,000

11 The Fairway

1-1.45

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$649K+GST(if any) 1155 Stanley Road, Waimana

1-1.30

Professionals

$699,000

12-12.30

Professionals

Professionals

3.15-4

Professionals

1-1.45

Harcourts

$730k 18 Claydon Place 45 Te Horo Drive

$829,000

90A Ocean Road

12-12.30

$869,000

4 Motutere Place

1-1.45

Harcourts

21 The Glebe

2-2.45

Professionals

SATURDAY

$335k 90 Main Street

1-1.30

Harcourts

$368,000

1 Rata Avenue

1.45-2.15

Harcourts

$385,000

14 Hinau Place

2.30-3

Harcourts

12-12.30

Harcourts

$375k 15 Kauri Street

$370k 379 River Road

• Bayleys 307 1595

• First National, Kawerau (07) 323 7556 • Harcourts Whakatane/ Kawerau 308 6359

EDGECUMBE

Interest Over

Harcourts

• EDGE realty 308 0232

SUNDAY

$660,000

610 Stanley Road, Whakatane

Bayleys

Professionals

COASTLANDS

Interest Over

$749,000

Professionals

12-12.30

X Realty X Realty

12-12.30

90 Pohutukawa Avenue

• Harcourts Opotiki (07) 315 5245 • Ray White Whakatane 308 8222 • Ray White Ohope 312 5005 • PGG Wrightson 307 1620 • PGG Wrightson Opotiki 307 1619

Harcourts

1-1.30

50 Manawahe Road, Matata

$625,000

Professionals

21 The Fairway

$569,000

SUNDAY

Professionals

$729,000

Professionals

Harcourts

SUNDAY

$729,000

1-1.30

2-2.30

KAWERAU Interest Over

59 Hallett Road, Whakatane

79A Harbour Road

Interest Over Interest Over

TENDER

$529,000

SUNDAY

$665,000

12-12.45

RURAL

$795,000 12-12.30

58 Johnson Road

Harcourts

X Realty

30 Douglas Street

DEADLINE TREATY

2-2.30

X Realty

$479,000

2-2.30

Deadline Treaty 34B Harbour Road

Interest Over

$469,000

363 Otara Road

11-11.30

Harcourts

$399,000

50 Beattie Road

12.45-1.30

Harcourts

X Realty

$415,000

4 Ramsden Place

1-1.30

Harcourts

Professionals

$460,000

5 Ballantrae

1.45-2.15

Harcourts

• Professionals 307 0165 • Professionals Opotiki 027 280 8927 • Xrealty 307 7383 19


ARTS & LEISURE

another great Aussie storyteller book review by Diane McCarthy Taking Tom Murray Home Tim Slee HarperCollins $12.99

Every so often you pick up a book by a first-time author that feels like it’s going to become a classic. Taking Tom Murray Home is one of these. At once tragic and humourous, it tells a story of southern Australian farmers pushed to breaking point by drought and bankruptcy. The product of last year’s inaugural Banjo Prize, a competition in which HarperCollins Publishers selected a manuscript from 320 entries in their search for Australia’s next great storyteller, this novel was developed from an an unpublished work entered by journalist Tim Slee. Set amid drought-stricken farms in southern Victoria, it follows a grieving widow and her two children on a 350 kilometre funeral march from Yardley – loosely based on the town of Heywood – to Melbourne. Bankrupt dairy farmer Tom Murray goes up

against the banks and loses. In protest at losing his farm due to drought, he decides to burn it down and dies in the process. Not wanting Tom’s death be in vain, his wife, Dawn, sets out with his coffin on the back of a Clydesdale-pulled cart, and with a funeral procession-cum protest march of friends and neighbours heads toward his family’s final resting place in Melbourne. Trouble, arson and a gathering storm of controversy follows them from town to town

and soon they find themselves at the centre of a national powder keg of anger ready to explode.

extra depth to the story, as Jack stuggles with the stages of grief throughout the family’s journey.

While Dawn and the deceased Tom are very much the main protagonists of this story, it is told through the eyes of young teen, Jack Murray, that it is told.

There is also an element of mystery as Jack tries to work out who is setting the fires that follow them, wherever they travel.

Jack, together with his twin sister Jenny, suffer from a rare congenital condition that makes them unable to feel pain. This adds a

This is a story that touches at the heart of loss, but does so with a humour that reflects the Australian spirit.

true life detective story book review by Whakatane library staff The Lady from the Black Lagoon Mallory O’Meara

The Moment of Lift

I challenge you to read The Moment of Lift and not want to share some of its insight. In this title, Melinda (previously of Microsoft) reviews, with huge honesty, some of the projects the Gates foundation has been involved with. The book, written without judgement or a sense of superiority, may leave you feeling inspired. One project was aimed at preventing HIV/Aids among sex workers. The project wasn’t working.

Melinda Gates

The Lady from the Black Lagoon is the story you never knew you wanted to read. The author, Mallory O’Meara, was delighted and surprised to discover that the creator of the movie monster of the title was a woman. What began as a quick Google search turned into a personal and fascinating true-life detective story. The book provides some insight into how Hollywood has been a hothouse for the #metoo movement.

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With encouragement, the ladies voiced their own concerns. HIV was not their primary problem, violence was, particularly the regular beatings they faced from the police. The solution was a beautiful one – whenever a lady was arrested she would plug a number into her phone and everyone on the network including the team’s media person would turn up at the police station demanding her release.

violence and rape were prevented. The project changed for the better. The women needed support but they couldn’t hope to tackle Aids when their lives were always in such immediate danger. This book explores the very real challenges of providing genuine help in a complicated world. Both these books and many others that explore subjects of equality and empowerment are available from the HEG Whakatāne Library.

The police were not prepared to deal with a public relations nightmare and abuse,

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CLUB DIRECTORY Non profit clubs and community organisations are welcome to list their contact details by contacting Eastern Bay Life on 07 3088129 ext. 832 or email ebl@thebeacon.co.nz

CARD & GAMES CARDS 500 Ohope Marcia 312 4740, Whakatane Chris 308 7228, Whakatane RSA Sandra Brooking 3082271 HOUSIE, OHOPE CHARTERED CLUB 312 5008 KAWERAU BRIDGE CLUB Corrie 322 8502 or Derek 323 7039 KAWERAU SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Lesley Rouse 027 273 4164 or Annette Reece 323 7002 MAHJONG, KAWERAU Chrissy 323 6007 or Sue 3228900 MAHJONG, OHOPE Mary 312 4885 MAHJONG, WHAKATANE Pat Hall 307 1991 RUMMIKUB, OHOPE Diana 312 5583 SCRABBLE & RUMMIKUB Jenny 323 8617 WHAKATANE BRIDGE CLUB Bronwyn 027 6179779

DANCING EDGECUMBE LINE DANCING Heidi 304 8338 BALLET ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE Susan 021 210 5119 BELLY DANCING Jane 021 2061469 CALEDONIAN SOC. SEQUENCE BALLROOM 308 5976 or 304 6055 KAWERAU SOCIAL DANCING George or Elaine 323 6383 LATIN DANCING Ann 322 8225 SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING Whakatane, Margaret 3088457; Balmoral (Edgecumbe), Anne Bailey 9295720 or 0274176038; Opotiki, Doug 021 556901 or Jan 07 315 6883 STEPS DANCE SCHOOL Kirsty 027 7152274 THE STUDIO Jo 027 5544516 WHAKATANE BALLROOM & LATIN David or Karen 308 7204 or 0274 805949 WHAKATANE ROCK’N ROLL CLUB Frank 308 4178

EARLY CHILDHOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC Maggie’s Wiggle worms, Jenny 323 8617 Mainly Music Whakatane, Jenny 312 5685 Preschool Music Group Ohope 308 8204 Salvation Army Pre-school Music and Playgroup 308 6923 OHOPE PLAYGROUP Carol 312 5323 or Rineke 312 4207 PLAYCENTRE Awakeri 304 8132, Edgecumbe 304 8322, Galatea 366 4092, Mananui 308 0273, Opotiki 315 8637, Otakiri 304 9700, Port Ohope 312 5419 and Wairaka 308 0255 PLUNKET CAR SET CLINIC 07 578 7813 TOY LIBRARY Email: whakatane.toy.library@gmail.com WHAKATANE COMMUNITY PLAYGROUP Jodeen Mitchell 308 4098 or 021 0353509

HEALTH & FITNESS AQUA AEROBICS KAWERAU 323 6109 CAFF TIME AEROBICS Margaret 021 060 5873 CHI-GONG HOUR Austin 027 290 9369 HATHA YOGA 027 322 1540 HEARTBEATS EXERCISE CLASS Jo 027 275 6215 KNOX RAMBLERS WALKING GROUP Edith 312 4482 LEISURE MARCHING Dot 308 5990 or Marion 308 7051

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MAU TAIAHA EXERCISES Awhina 021 296 3760 NGA TAPUWAE O TANEATUA TRAMPING Eastern Bay Tramping Club 308 8662 SAYGO SENIORS EXERCISE Edgecumbe, Jim 304 8874 or Roselynn 322 2922; Whakatane, Wilma 308 8630 or 021 2539707, Kawerau, Diane 322 8489 or 0275247407 SIT AND KEEP FIT SENIORS EXERCISE Erika 304 8181 or 021 400505 TAI CHI Chris 307 7278 VINYASA FLOW YOGA WHAKATANE Amy 027 957 3305 or Jane 021 2061469 ZUMBA Erika 304 8181, 021 400505

MUSIC, ARTS & CRAFTS ARTY FARTY TARTS Jenny 027 648 8838 CAKE DECORATING CLUB Yvonne 308 4466 COUNTRY MUSIC CLUBS Milltown (Kawerau) Wini 323 8997 or Willy 021 0329856 Whakatane Graham Thomas 3087632 Twin Rivers (Opotiki) Maurice – 07 3156687 COUNTRY QUILTERS Daphne Green 308 9900 CREATIVE FIBRE OHIWA Ann Spence 3156864 EASTBAY QUILTERS Mary 3085783 EBOP BRASS BAND 308 6006 EDGECUMBE CHOIR Pam 308 9994 KAWERAU COTTAGE CRAFT Jan 323 4149 KAWERAU CREATIVE FIBRE - spinning Lizzie 07 2815284 KAWERAU SOCIETY OF ARTS & CRAFTS Nancy 323 4088 KAWERAU UKULELE CLUB Robyn 323 6281 or Lisa 323 8912 EBOP KAWERAU WINE AND BREWERS Mark Dodman 322 8597 MONDAY PAINTING GROUP Rodney 308 6884 MUSIC WHAKATANE Sanja 308 7190 or Rosie 308 4061 NUKUHOU-WOODLANDS CRAFT GROUP Judith 315 5716 OPOTIKI EMBROIDERERS’ GUILD Ann Paynter 315 6767 THEATRE WHAKATANE John White 027 333935 WHAKATANE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA Yvonne 027 211 9129, Fiona 021 0237 9285 WHAKATANE & DISTRICT CAMERA CLUB David Hall 308 4061 or Maree 308 9011 WHAKATANE EMBROIDERERS’ GUILD Delwyn Swinbank 307 7340 or 027 8946003 WHAKATANE FIBRECRAFTERS Odeil 304 6212 or Carol 322 8861 WHAKATANE FLORAL ART Larraine Dunne 308 8741 WHAKATANE LACE GROUP Mary Howard 3126162 WHAKATANE MINI MAKERS Frances 308 0349 WHAKATANE POTTERS Pam 027 4409230 WHAKATANE SCOTTISH PIPE BAND Bevan 021 2376801 WHAKATANE SOCIETY OF ARTS & CRAFTS Pam 312 5700 WHAKATANE WOODCRAFT CLUB Hari 308 7190

SPORTS AWAKERI BADMINTON CLUB Bronwyn 322 8807 CROQUET CLUB Carol 021 2540452 FUSHIN RYU KARATE OHOPE Mark 027 688 6002 GYMNASTICS 308 0122

INDOOR BOWLS Edgecumbe 304 9263 Kawerau Senior Citizens 323 7002 Ohope, Wendy Cheese 312 4124 Scouts 322 2532 Tuesday Afternoon, Jim 308 5112 Whakatane 308 7327 or 304 8630 KARTSPORT EBOP 027 4766094 PACIFIC WING CHUN KUNG FU Chris Lambley 307 7278 OHOPE BOWLS CLUB Gary 027 3150513 OHOPE INTERNATIONAL GOLF CLUB 312 4486 OHOPE TENNIS CLUB Elsie 312 4519 or Miria 312 5924 PORT OHOPE YACHT CLUB www.sailingohope.co.nz SMALLBORE RIFLE CLUB WHAKATANE Stuart 027 4757457 TANEATUA SQUASH CLUB Matthew Sisam 027 3318579 or 312 9022 TOPANA TAURITE AIKIDO CLUB Jason 021 0453206 WHAKATANE ATHLETIC & HARRIER CLUB Dianne 307 8155 WHAKATANE ARCHERY CLUB Mike Ashburn, 308 0038 WHAKATANE BADMINTON CLUB Jan 308 7101 WHAKATANE DARTS ASSOCIATION Sharlene Maru Habib 027 611 6993 WHAKATANE GOLF CLUB Teresa Doggett 308 8117 WHAKATANE BOWLING CLUB John Chelley 027 442 2320 WHAKATANE JUDO CLUB Kevin Mackey 021 223 2927 WHAKATANE PETANQUE GROUP Johan 308 7121 WHAKATANE SURFCASTING Robin Burton 308 5134 WHAKATANE SURF LIFESAVING CLUB Janet Milbank 07 2815279 WHAKATANE TABLE TENNIS CLUB 312 5930 WHAKATANE TENNIS CLUB Paul Issac 021 615 893 WHAKATANE TROUT FISHING CLUB Alan Collins 312 4966

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KAWERAU SENIOR NET 323 7404 LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY PYROCLASTS 312 6164 LIONS CLUBS Kopeopeo, Les Baker 308 2591 Edgecumbe, John 304 9717 Ohope, Judy Geerlings 312 5414 Opotiki, Shona 315 7347 Taneatua, Bernie 312 3185 or Stuart 308 4007 MAGGIE’S DROP-IN COFFEE MORNING Jenny 323 8617 MEN’S SHED WHAKATANE Mike O’Hagan 027 901 4212 OHOPE 3C SOCIAL CLUB Diana 312 5583 PROBUS CLUB Ohope, Mary Morgan 312 6020 Opotiki, Ruth 315 6890 Pohutukawa, Annie Murray 3125422 Whakatane Central, Annette 0274 787573 Whakatane, Catherine 308 0131 QUOTA Whakatane, Judith Read 312 6226, Opotiki, Lois Watson 315 7862 ROTARY CLUB Kawerau, Brian Faulkner 308 8524; Whakatane, John 312 9012; Whakatane Sunrise, Chris Bullen 308 0966 or Linda Bonne 312 4787 SCOUTS Whakatane, Awakeri and Kawerau, 0800 SCOUTS U3A Peter Green 929 5247 ULYSSES MOTORCYLE CLUB Greg Evans 027 4539 448 VINTAGE CAR CLUB Les Costar 323 6406 or 027 2717022 WHAKATANE CARAVAN CLUB Bruce 2815921, Jean or Herb 308 0523 WHAKATANE COMMUNITY PATROL David Henson 307 8269 or 027 4962527 WHAKATANE FORD FALCON CAR CLUB Facebook@whakatanefordfalconclub or phone Gordon 322 2266 or 027 2433483 WHAKATANE GARDEN CLUB Val Steward 02102797904 WHAKATANE GENEALOGY GROUP Vicki McKeown 322 8262 or Pauline Coman 322 2351 WHAKATANE KIWANIS Yvonne Turfrey 308 6464 WHAKATANE LYCEUM CLUB Pam 312 4129 or Elaine 308 4159 WHAKATANE MODEL AIRCRAFT CLUB Phillip Davies 021 305 223 WHAKATANE OBSERVATORY Norman 308 6495 WHK SENIOR NET LEARNING CENTRE Kathleen 308 0564 WHAKATANE STAMP CLUB Terry 308 6193, Judy 322 2054, Ted 308 5332 WHAKATANE TOASTMASTERS Sue Smith 308 4931, Ian Lawrence 312 6290 WHAKATANE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Morley 312 5116 glenmorley@xtra.co.nz

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ARTS & LEISURE

what’s on

bring your talent Ross Murray. Runs until October 23. The 80s Show, a selection of artworks charting some of the high points in our cultural history run until November 24.

Friday, August 23 Traverse and The 80s Show Two art exhibitions at Te Koputu Whakatane library and exhibition centre. Traverse, a collection of giclee prints of locations around New Zealand by illustrator

dog party Dogs of any shape and size and their owners welcome to socialise at the Warren Park dog park in Eivers Road, Whakatane from 2pm to 3pm every Sunday. Contact 07 3060500 for more details.

Saturday, August 24 figure-8 run

open mic night

Join the Whakatane Harriers for its Figure 8 run or walk through the bush. Meet at the Harrier Club rooms next to the aquatic centre at 2pm for a 2.30pm start. Bring a plate to share for afternoon tea. Everyone welcome.

Mata Brewery supplies the stage, you supply the talent every Sunday from 3pm at 17 Gateway Drive.

Monday, August 26 Boomerang Bags Opotiki movie fundraiser

A sewing bee will be held at the Opotiki iSite in Bridge Stret from 10am to 1pm. Help make bags to reduce plastic waste.

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42 Valley Road, Whakatane

Daffodil Day rally

Sunday, August 25

The Whakatane Vintage Car Club rally starts at the Bunnings Warehouse car park at 1pm. Entry costs $10 and all proceeds go to the Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day campaign. Cars will be on display from 1.45pm to 3pm.

Sunday market

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Fresh local produce every Sunday at Rex Morpeth Park, Whakatane from 8am to 1pm.

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Port Ohope Playcentre movie fundraiser, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at Whakamax Movies. Arrive at 6.45pm, movie starts at 7.30pm. Tickets $25 includes supper and drinks. Raffle prizes on the night. Phone Cherie on 021 2161103 for tickets.

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ARTS & LEISURE

TUAREG MUSICIANS: Fatou Seidi Ghali and Alamnou Akrouni are two members of Les Filles De Illighadad.

desert blues sound advice music review by Chris Casey Eghass Malan Les Filles de Illighadad Sahel Sounds

They’re in a communal swing of memories of their ancestors, celebrating their nomadic ways and heightening their closeness to nature. Fatou Seidi Ghali, the lead, plays a beaten up guitar, capoed at A flat, that was previously forbidden to be played by women. The drummer senses the shift in the tempo and the human heat.

Here’s an image. It’s hot, dry, windy Saharan desert heat, in the mid 40s Celsius. A woman in full traditional Tuareg headdress plays a mortar and pestle-shaped drum, the tende, covered with goat skin, and tied down either side with two sticks. Her female cousins are singing in call and response. One pounds a calabash, half buried in water. The boom and polyphonic rhythms have the village swaying in a trance. This is desert blues from Niger.

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She pours some water on the goat skin to mimic the padding sound of the camels that the male herders are on, in a circle, listening to the music.

A category that was once called World Music, is now just music.

The album is live and uncluttered, without any over production.

The tende tradition added guitar when young Tuareg men fled to Libya and Algeria. They played in foreign lands without the drummer and added the “ talking” guitar as a substitute.

This is how bands such as Tinariwen started out, traditional, uncomplicated and adroit at keeping the tribal sounds that are unique to their culture in check.

Ghali was one of the first Tuareg females to play the guitar, sneaking out to learn on her brother’s and combine with her cousins, the vocal trills, hand claps and percussion.

Les Filles de Illighadad were not interested in a career option that peaked at being a nomadic herder. They dreamed of taking their music from the desert to the world.

The debut album from 2017 is a mixture of the tonal history of the Mississippi Delta blues, on Telillite and Tihilele, the vibratory high pitched ululations of North Africa on Eghass Malan, and a simple, insistent drum patterns and beautifully pitched, whispered vocal on nursery rhyme-like Imigradan.

Championed by Portland, United States label, Sahel Sounds, Les Filles have toured relentlessly through Europe and the US.

The region has developed many rising talents, such as Mdou Moctar, a virtuoso guitarist, known as Jimi Hendrix of the Desert.

Les Filles de Illighadad have a 50/50 split with their label on royalities. The money returns to their village, to buy a bigger herd and enrich their people. With the fame and uptake of tende by a new empowered generation, goatskins and Fender Stratocasters with a battery amp may be the new investment.

Chris Casey from Ebop Records buys and sells new and second hand vinyl albums. Contact him at eboprecords@ gmail.com or 021 1832785.

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