Issue 5th August 2015

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Issue 5th August 2015
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6 August 2015
Is there support in Warming up for the Ruakaka Primary
Waipu for a multi fun run
purpose recreational
park ?
Is there support in Waipu for a multi purpose recreation park with petanque court, skate bowl, half netball court, village green, a BMX and mobility scooter
track, parking space and a barbeque area?
The Waipu Lions are holding $16,000, which was
raised for this project over 10 years ago. Some of the
money came from local children (now young adults)
who ran a disco and made $2000 for the park.
The Whangarei District Council also has funds, budgeted in its Long Term Plan but Peter Blanch and Malcolm Norton, who have put many years into trying to
get this facility built for Waipu’s young people, say
that they need to know there is public support for the
scheme if they are to keep going.
They have drawn up a petition which they have distributed around the Waipu shops and will use this to gauge
public opinion. The petition is at the Waipu Post Shop,
the Waipu Pharmacy and the GAS petrol station. It has
also gone out with the Bream Bay College newsletter.
If there is not much interest they intend to donate the
$16,000 to the Ruakaka Skatepark project.
Plans for a skate park in Waipu go back to the 1980s
when Waihoihoi park took shape. The bowl in the middle was intended for a skate bowl. However residents
living nearby objected. In 2004 the case went to the
Environment Court, which came down with a ruling
that the skate park proponents had not given adequate
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Fun run in progress on page 13.
Continued on page 5.
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If you post a letter in Waipu to someone in Ruakaka, it
will be sent down to the Auckland mail sorting centre
in east Tamaki, get sorted into a pile for Ruakaka and
come back up north again.
Stu Kane, the Rural Delivery manager of NZ Post who
was in Waipu last week to present a National Hero
medal to Waipu’s RD contractor Steve Jones, tells
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Auckland anyway.”
Auckland, we all know, is a mess. The poor people
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They can’t afford to buy houses and many can’t afford
to rent them either, unless they live two hours up the
southern motorway where there is no public transport
option and fuel alone costs them hundreds of dollars
each week.
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problems must surely be not having everything based
in Auckland.
A few years ago the Whangarei mail-sorting centre
got shut down, with the loss of a number of jobs. I
can remember when it happened because the NZ Post
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woman who ran that service was made redundant.
What came along in its place was a nightmare. A whole
consignment of over 5500 copies of the Bream Bay
News got lost for three or four days somewhere at that
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part Australian owned distribution company, seemed
to know or care where they were.
From that point I took over the organization of the
paper’s delivery myself and NZ Post lost a customer.
The Bream Bay News delivery is now handled locally.
If someone phones or emails to say they haven’t
received their copy I can usually sort out the problem.
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Tamaki mail sorting centre, where everyone seemed to
be perpetually out to lunch.
I suggest NZ Post build a new mail sorting centre in
Ruakaka, perhaps on some of that industrial land along
One Tree Point Rd., which is now going cheap. The
centre could service the whole of Northland as well
as Auckland’s North Shore. Mail trucks carrying
Northland mail won’t have to negotiate the Harbour
Bridge and the southern motorway.
The people who work there will have better lives than
they would if they lived in Auckland, with a better
chance of buying a home and more time to spend there
with their families.
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Fifty lot “lifestyle village” in Ferry Rd. Waipu
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estate agent Shane Samtani told the members of the
Waipu Residents and Ratepayers Association and their
AGM held on Wednesday 29 July in St Peters Anglican
Church.
He was responding to speculation about a development
in Ferry Rd. which people are conjecturing is to be yet
another retirement village.
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be developed there on sections of approximately 500
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The old villa on the site would be refurbished for possible use as a manager’s quarters. The manager would
look after the body corporate aspects of the development. All the lots would be free hold and the houses
would range from 100 to 150 square metres in size.
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people who want to down-size on what they have got.”
He did not give the name of the developer but said he
was an Auckland based Chinese man who had a number of other developments already underway in New
Zealand. He said the developer was a long term New
Zealand resident and was planning to use local tradesmen to develop the site and build houses.
A search with Land Information New Zealand reveals
that the company involved is a New Zealand registered
company: DEYI Investment Ltd. Its sole director is
Xiang Ming Huo of Milford.
At the residents and ratepayers meeting Elaine
Goldthorpe asked if the developer had thought of
building a bridge across from Ferry Rd. to Waipu town
centre. Otherwise she said people would take a roundabout route into Waipu. Steve Goldthorpe commented
they would be driving into Waipu to pick up a loaf of
bread or a bottle of milk and adding to the parking congestion already in the town.
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LETTERS
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In the staff-room at lunch
the other day, we were
discussing the our Bream
Bay College shield.
I have been doing some
research into the symbolism. The ship is of course,
James Cook’s HMS Endeavour. It seems that he
anchored here (and named
the place) on 25 November, 1769. [Reference: http://
www.captaincooksociety.com/home/detail/new-zealand-list ]
Doing some maths, that means that 2019 will mark the
250th anniversary of this event.
Given your connections with the local community, I
was wondering if you know whether anyone is aware
of the anniversary? I know it’s four-and-a-bit years
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Dub Dub Would Like To Thank
The Local Businesses Looking
After Her And Helping
Support Waipu, Ruakaka and
One Tree Point
Primary Schools Disgusted and
amazed at standard
of road works
I would like to express my disgust and amazement at
the state of the road works that were completed (?)
at the intersection of Port Marsden Highway and McCathie Road.
I ‘ve seen some terrible road works in the past but, if
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to be the worst I have witnessed! Not only does the
work look bad but it is also dangerous, especially with
the large trucks hammering along at 90k0h, sending
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Tony Lawson
One Tree Point
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Cove annual site holders
night. You also mentioned the costs of $4,400 per
year, for the maximum 75 nights would equal $58.67
per night. This is a guaranteed income for Waipu
Camp Ground. I suggest that there wouldn’t be many
annual site holders who can stay that many nights,
unless they are retired. Given the average person gets
only four weeks holiday a year, the pricing would
change for different site holders depending on their
circumstances. For example, the minimum of 30
nights would equal $146 per night.
It all depends on how you look at things. For site
holders who decide to go overseas for a holiday
instead or work on Saturdays, it would be very hard
to make up their 30 days so they don’t lose their site.
The annual site holders who have left the campground
are not being replaced.
Then there are the powered tent sites over Christmas
- $46 a night for a couple and children over 16-years
-old pay an extra $10 night each. If you have three
children it becomes $76 night. Is that fair for a family
who can hardly afford camping on a powered tent
site?
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holders are providing for local business in the area.
Don’t destroy the mouth that feeds local business.
Yes the Camp Ground is exclusive because the board
keeps increasing the fees on all sites. When is it going
to see sense? If the camp ground is making money
with all the upgrades going on why not make it fair on
all people concerned.
I will let the public decide in their own mind what is
fair.
I must also mention the good work management and
their team are doing with all the ongoing improvements
around the campground.
If you read my letter, I have only used the term annual
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the annual contract for 18 years. I don’t go around and
suggest fees for other camp grounds (as Mark Aslin
suggested it should be $6000). You mentioned concern
being expressed about building consent. As far as I
can remember you had to draw plans for caravan/ hard
awning/deck to be approved by the board before you
can stay on site. The board (which you have been on
for a number of years) has approved all existing sites.
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build. Who’s fault is that ?
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that no one sees, I am on my 2nd canvas and vinyl roof
for my awning, which it cost approximately $3000. The
Email them to: [email protected],
board has obviously now seen the sense of approving
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being able to have lower maintenance costs with hard RD 2, Waipu 0582
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keep an eye out for storm damage to soft roofs. There Services shop in the Ruakaka Town Centre
or at The Waipu Post and Lotto Shop.
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depending on where you live. It is not just $58.67 a .
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Is there support in Waipu for a
multi purpose recreational park?
Continued from page 1.
consideration to the noise that the park would generate.
The group, which called itself the Youth Zone, has investigated several other possible locations and a concept plan for a multi purpose recreational park has been drawn
up by Adam Wellford of Maxar Architecture. However the group now feels it needs
community endorsement to take this any further.
Malcolm sees a recreational park becoming a gathering place for young families with
park benches for parents and grandparents to sit and drink coffee. He said at present
many Waipu parents regularly drive their children to the skate park at Mangawhai.
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It’s time Waipu did something for its young people.”
Vehicle seized in early morning
Police Raid on Ruakaka address
At 6am on Tuesday 28 July Northland police assisted detectives from the Police
Organised Financial Crime Unit to carry out a search warrant at an address in
Ruakaka.
A 2013 Mitsubishi Triton was seized at this property. No arrests were made.
Early morning raids were also carried out on 30 properties in Auckland as well as
addresses in Huntly and Tauranga. All the properties are believed to have connections
to the Head Hunter gang.
Nine men and one woman were arrested and face charges, including the manufacture
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bank accounts and property with an estimated value of $4 million.
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A night out with the Bream Bay Community Patrol
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Its 8.15pm on a Friday night. I should be at home
watching Coro with a glass of wine but here I am
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over my head so I can join the Bream Bay Community
Patrol for a night’s work.
Eric Hansen and David McKenzie are the two patrollers
on duty this evening. Eric is the driver and David the
observer. David phones in to a Police communications
centre to let them know the patrol is in action. Before
going home for the night he will phone in again to sign
out.
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discussed elsewhere.
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just to observe, make notes and pass information over
to the Police.
Constable Martin Geddes was to meet us at the station
with some information about streets, which might need
an extra bit of surveillance but he has been waylaid in
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meet him later on down by Waihoihoi Park.
We start with a quick circuit around Waipu. We drive
through the back of the Gas station and up around St
Mary’s Rd.
Those who attended the recent Waipu Celtic Barn
opening or the Art ‘n Tartan shows might be interested to
know that while they were inside enjoying themselves
patrollers kept a watch over their vehicles in the car
park in case of opportunist thieves.
We head down to Waipu Cove where we visit Waipu’s
rural delivery contractors Lyn and Steve Jones. They
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and David and Eric want to check it out. They have
decided they need one for the patrol car.
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vehicles on the highway or the roadside and they need
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wait for help to arrive.
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Auckland international airport with a map looking for
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We do a quick drive out to Langs before heading back
into Waipu to liaise with Constable Geddes. He is
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breath alcohol tests. Eric and David provide back up
and help to stop the passing cars waving red wand
torches.
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(or her) own. But tonight the Maungaturoto policeman,
Constable Trevor Millard is here to help out. He pulls
a vehicle over with a just-expired WOF but lets the
young driver off with a warning ticket. He has 14 days
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a U-turn further up the road he goes after it. It turns
out the driver hadn’t been drinking but just changed his
mind about where he was going.
There is a strange plastic burning smell in the air.
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around the Saorsa Village on the look-out for smoke.
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Perhaps someone threw something they shouldn’t have
into the log burner.
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is directed up to Ruakaka. Constable Geddes asks that
it take a look along Tamure Place where there have
been reports of some unruly driving. Also he wants
them to have a drive down Princes Rd. where there has
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roads slowly with the windows open. Sometimes you
can hear things before you see them. This particular
evening the streets were deserted, apart from a few cats
out on the prowl.
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the night they came across the perpetrators of a spate of
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when a young man streaked down a road in Ruakaka
village after accosting a woman. The patrollers were
able to direct the Police to where the young man had
gone.
One stormy night last summer when the road over
the Brynderwyns was blocked due to slips, Police
had received a report that Cove Rd was under water
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around the treacherously winding Waipu Gorge Rd.
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the road could be driven over safely.
Sometimes the patrol’s effectiveness is harder to
measure.
Eric says the presence of the patrol car can act as a
deterrent. Also it is a reassurance for people who
might live alone and feel frightened by crime in their
neighbourhood.
The patrol heads out to the Kepa Rd industrial area and
checks on the business premises there. All looks to be
in order.
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swinging open at a business premises. They secure the
door and make a note to contact the business owner in
the morning.
Before heading back along the highway to Waipu
the patrol does a tour of the Ruakaka beach area. It’s
around 10pm by now. It’s a cold night and no one is
stirring apart from a few rabbits at the entrance to the
Ruakaka campground.
The white mist has gathered in the low-lying paddocks
along the side of the highway as we head back to
Waipu. The cars, which earlier were lined up outside
the Pizza Barn, have mostly gone. There is a group of
young people talking on the Pizza Barn steps, for them
the pull of good company stronger then the desire for
a warm bed.
Its time for me to sign off and drive home, I need my
beauty sleep. Eric and David will stay on for a couple
more hours.
The following Wednesday I meet up with them both
again at the Waipu Residents and Ratepayers Annual
General Meeting. They give a talk about the work they
do and put out a call out for more volunteers. Patrollers
need to undergo a Police check and are given training,
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when there are two people available for the night.
Eric told the meeting that the hardest part of the
job is trying to raise funds. At present most of their
sponsorship comes from local businesses but they will
need a replacement patrol car before too much longer,
which will take a major fund raising effort.
David said that because they work under the supervision
of the Police, most charitable funding organisations
take the view that this is where the money needed for
the community patrol’s operational costs should come
from. However, the Police don’t have the means to
provide for this.
Anyone who would like to help the Bream Bay
Community Patrol, either as a patroller or with
fundraising, please leave your contact details with
Constable Martin Geddes at the Waipu Police Station
432 4030.
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two representatives of NZ Post along with
Waipu Fire Chief Trevor Vaile and Waipu
Postie Kay Dixon had gathered at the Waipu
Fire Station last Thursday but things go a bit
clearer when Carl Pereira and his wife Sarah
turned up as well.
The gathering was arranged by NZ Post to
recognize how Steve, while out on his mail
run on May 3 last year, had helped to save
Carl’s life .
Carl runs an engineering workshop in
Rosythe Rd., Waipu and had become pinned
under a 3 tonne harvester head when a strop
holding it in place broke and it fell from its
trailer.
Carl’s son Max heard the crash and came
running to see what had happened. Max
turned off the nine-inch grinder Carl still
held in his hand and jacked the weight from
Carl’s back.
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was very little to do as Steve had taken charge of
the situation.
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bottom of the Brynderwyns and although to
Steve, it seemed like an age, it arrived fairly
quickly.
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change that bloody name”, said Carl.
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head had swollen to the size of a football, the
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Remembering Chunuk Bair
The photo above, supplied by the Waipu Museum, is of Waipu men who were
members of New Zealand”s WW1 First and Second Expeditionery Forces. Of
those pictured A.D. Mckay, A.P. McKay, Don Durham and John Grey McKenzie were killed at Chunuk Bair. Two other Waipu men Axie McLeod and John
Sutherland-Paton also died in this battle.
School uniform proposal
for OTP Primary
The One Tree Point school board of trustees is
conducting a survey of parents and caregivers to see
how much support there is for the adoption of a school
uniform.
The uniform suggestion came from some of the parent
members of the school’s Parent Teacher Association.
Parents and caregivers have until Friday 7 August to
respond. The board requires that at least 80% of parents
return the survey form before it will consider the result.
Of Bream Bay’s three primary schools only Waipu has
a school uniform. The Waipu Primary board adopted
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and black shorts and trousers uniform in 2005. There
was a two-year phase in period and by the start of 2007
every child was required to be wearing the uniform.
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look in their uniforms.”
Glenice said at Waipu school there is always a supply
of good quality second hand uniforms available with a
former parent volunteering her time to run this service.
The only problem arises with unnamed items, which
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The Waipu RSA will hold a short remembrance ceremony at the Waipu War
Memorial to recognise those who participated in the ANZAC Landings and
the Battle of Chanuk Bair.
The ceremony will commence at 11 AM on the 7 August. All are invited to
attend and remember those who took part in the events of 100 years ago.
Chunuk Bair was the site of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force’s most
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Hundreds of New Zealand soldiers fought and died in an ultimately futile bid
for control of this strategic vantage point.
Six Waipu men were killed in this battle. One of them Alexander
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support. Gunboat shells trenches for 20 minutes at 8.30pm and at 9pm, we
rush them.”
A detailed personal account of this battle is given by Ken Stevens in his book
Maungatapere, which includes a chapter of his World War 1 experiences.
He wrote,” I joined the army to see the world and gave little thought to deadly
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He was wounded in a trench on Chanuk Bair and he describes the chaos and
carnage that occurred there.
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to their men. Ammunition was running short and we had to search the
equipment of the killed and wounded. A bullet broke my bayonet off, but as
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I was a blessing as it did not kick like ours and my shoulder was very sore.
Later in the afternoon the attaches eased off and they were only throwing an
odd bomb. The last bomb I handled landed in the trench on my left amongst
some web equipment. I grabbed I, but unfortunately I also got hold of a piece
of equipment, which pulled the bomb out of my hand when I tried to throw
it. I got hold of it again but I went off just as I threw it and the explosion cut
my hand badly and paralysed my arm.”
Waipu men known to have died at the battle of Chanuk Bair are: A.D. McKay,
A.P. McKay, George Grey McKenzie, Don Durham, Axie McLeod and John
Sutherland-Paton.
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Bream Bay Club’s van donated
to Alzheimers Centre
The Bream Bay Club has donated its van to the Forget Me Not adult day centre
in Tikipunga, which is operated by the Northland Disabled Charitable Trust and
provides day care for people with memory loss.
The van will be used to pick up and drop off people who attend the centre.
The Bream Bay Club committee decided to close down the club’s operations when
the lease ran out on its Princes Rd., Ruakaka premises earlier this year.
The club sold the building last year to cover its debts.
Garry Smith, the Bream Bay Club’s current president said, as the club was not doing
very well, a decision was made not to renew the lease and to distribute the club’s
assets to charitable organisations.
At present the Bream Bay Club retains its liquor licence and the bar is being run
by Gerry Pole who is leasing the building and operating under the club’s liquor
licence. Mr. Pole has applied for his own licence and will run a public house in the
old Bream Bay Club premises once this is granted.
Mr. Smith said when Mr. Pole takes over the club will wind up and will decide on
which charitable organisations it will make grants to with its remaining funds. He
said several applications for these funds have already been made.
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BREAM BAY COLLEGE
Peter Snell Road, P.O. Box 111, Ruakaka,NZ
Phone: 09) 432 8226, Fax: 09) 432 8228
Principal: Wayne Buckland
Board Chairperson: Peter van Cingel
EDUCATING PEOPLE TO SUCCEED - WHAKAAKO NGA TANGATA KIA TUTUKI TIKA
Congratulations
to Jemma Ferris for the Top
Female Model
Award modelling
the winning creation “2015 Supreme Award
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The Scottish Hill
Throw”.
From the Acting Principal - A Dalgliesh
Term three has certainly started with a busy
schedule for us all, we are right into the
academic, reporting and coaching part of
our term. This for parents and caregivers
means the following;
Reports - Reports will be issued on Monday the 3rd of August.
This leads us into PST Day this Thursday.
PST Day - Parent Student Teacher interviews are this Thursday the 6th August from 10:00am until 6:30pm. Please ensure
that you have your appointment made with either your child’s
Whanau teacher or Dean. These interviews are vital for all year
levels, but more especially for years 10-13 to enable them to
be guided in their subject choices for 2016, and for parents to
be aware of the academic support that they will require for the
up- coming practice and external examinations that are not all
that far away. If for any reason you re unable to make a booking to see your child’s teacher please call the of¿ce and they
will do this for you.
Digital Horizons Day (Staff professional development)
Thank you to all our parents and care givers for your indulgence in keeping our students home for this day, it was a very
valuable day for our staff that were able to meet others, share,
and acquire new skills in the digital technology ¿eld.
Carl
Pereira
winner of the
Arcs & Sparks
Award for “The
Tin
Thistle”outstanding
fabrication and
Sculptural skill
to join together
materials that are
not fabric, cloth
or textiles in the
“Engine Room”
Category.
Art N’ Tartan - Congratulations go out to all the students from
Bream Bay College who entered the Waipu Art N’Tartan spectacular this year. A special mention goes to Anna Worthington,
Michael Pereira, and Jemma Ferris for their amazing creations
and awards.
SADD - Congratulations go to
Jayden Rudolph who has been
selected as one of 37 students from
across New Zealand, to represent
their community and region in the
SADD National Leadership
Programme for 2015.
Year 11 Art student
Brenna
Forsythe
explores our theme of
“Animal Mania and
the Beast Within”
with this effective
self portrait.
Get to Go Challenge
Congratulations to Anna
Wo r t h i n g t o n
for
receiving
the Young Artist Award for
the Outstanding
College
Entry
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On Tuesday 27th July Bream Bay College had 16 students
Aotearoa” in the
take part in the Get To Go Challenge which was held at
“To Our Roots”
various venues around Whangarei and was organized by the
Category.
Hillary Outdoors Centre. The students were in teams of 8
and participated in Kayaking, orienteering, problem solving and mountain biking. There were 16 secondary schools
teams involved in the day. Thanks to Paul McCully who
C o n g r a t u l a - helped out with driving for the day. The students had a fantions to Zac & tastic day.
School Visits - It has been a pleasure to visit our contributing
primary schools over the last week and to meet all the wonderful students, staff and parents. I would like to thank you all for
making us feel so welcome.
Art Work of the Week
On Tuesday 23rd June Bream Bay College entered a team in
the South Zone 10 aside tournament. This was held at the
Old Boys Rugby Club in Whangarei and was run by Northland Rugby. It was a great day with the team playing outstanding rugby. Results were: Game 1 BBC vs Pompallier
62-0 win to BBC, Game 2 BBC vs Whangarei Int School
White 34-12 win to WIS, Game 3 play off for 3rd and 4th
BBC vs Whangarei Int Blue 19-12 win to BBC. Bream Bay
College came 3rd overall for the tournament. Thanks to
Hayley Graham for helping with transport.
Congratulations to Abbie Palmer
Abbie ¿nished 18th in the
Individual World Squash
Championship, being held in
the Netherlands. There were
126 in the championship
draw. Abbie was runner up in
the Special Plate just missing
out in a close 5 set battle with
Malaysia’s top player.
Year 7-8 Rugby
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Congratulations to Nokisi Kaiarake and Terry Jack Smart
both of whom made the Northern Swords Rugby League
Rep team for the 2015 season.
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Tom have made the Northland Team that will be competing
at the Nationals in October.
2014 Up & Coming Events:
Term 3: 20/07/15 – 25/09/15, Term 4: 12/10/15 – 10/12/15
Term 3:
Week 3
3 August
5 August
5 August
Week 4
Te Tuinga Music Night
Nau Mai Haere Mai everyone. You are all welcome to our Te
Tuinga Music Night being held on Thursday 13th August in the
school auditorium at 7pm. Entry is a gold coin donation.
10 August
12 August
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13 August
3 August – 7 August
Reports issued
Clay Target – Dargaville
PTA Meeting @ 7pm
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Reece Cole - Making his name as a hurdles jockey
Remember Reece Cole. He used to feature in Bream
Bay College newsletters, a small, blond boy with a determined set to his jaw who excelled at rugby, soccer,
swimming and cricket.
Reece is now 22-years-old and is making a name for
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Number one win was in a maiden hurdles race at Hastings on Saturday 4 July on a big brown horse named
Boy trained by Toby Autridge of Matamata,
One race earlier Reece had ridden Boy’s stable mate,
Le Bon Fin to second place.
The following week at Te Rapa he had another win, this
time on Le Bon Fin. He had to forego a ride on Boy as
the horse had gone up a class and the weight he was
allocated to carry had gone down to 63 kilos a weight,
a bit hard for the 6 foot tall Reece to achieve.
Reece said when he was younger he was always quite
small and he thought he had a future as a jockey.
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walk Reece had accompanied his grandfather to the
racetrack. His uncle Kim Burke was a very successful
jumps jockey.
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horses and for a kid who is just starting out I think he
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working young man and
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would have his falls and would have to take the
good with the bad.
The week prior to his successes at Hastings, he
was thrown twice at a Te Aroha meet. Nursing
his pride and a few bruises he had carried on
working all week determined to prove he was up
to riding.
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races working part with the trainer Wayne Hillis
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at Te Aroha and he has his sights set on riding Le
Bon Fin in The Great Northern Hurdles at Ellerslie in September.
One Tree Point School Wish List
Just Some of the things we are helping one of our primary
schools achieve in 2015. If you would like to help us,
help the local schools give us a call.
When we list and sell your property we will donate $500
back to the school of your choice.
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Jewellery and electrical equipment taken in OTP
burglary
Between 9 and 11am on Friday 17 July a home in Barbados Way, One Tree Point was burgled. Electrical
equipment and a large amount of sentimental jewellery was stolen. If you have any information that may
help to recover this jewellery please call crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or Mark Stuart on 432 7719. All
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23-year-old with causing sustained loss of traction. He is due in court this month.
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that afternoon.
Carl spent six days in intensive care and underwent an operation on his back where
two vertebrae were fractured. He suffered seven broken ribs and a fractured sturnam.
He has pins and rods
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heal the muscles in his back and now moves freely.
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Emailing
Newsagents
All stationery needs
Lotto
Postshop
Photocopying
The Centre, Waipu
Phone 432 0900
Recognising a Rural Delivery hero
Open Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri: 8.30am - 5pm
Wed: 8.30am - 6.30pm
Sat: 8.30am - 7pm
Waipu Presbyterian Parish
Sunday Services
Ruakaka - Camellia Ave - 8.45am
Waipu - The Centre, Waipu - 10.15am
Prayers - 7pm
Mainly Music - Sharon Smith - 432 1050
Toy Library - Julie Malone - 432 0388
Contacts
Church Hall Hireage - Honor McAulay - 432 0322
Rev Tom Waight
Counselling - Anglican Care Trust - 437 6397
09
09 432
4230534
7360
Family Welfare & Foodbank:
Church
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Co-ordinator - Helen Matheson - 432 0239
Cally James - 432 1536
Budgeting Advice - Bruce Matheson - 432 0239
The Crossroads Trust (Änancial support) Ann
Evans
- 432
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Couper
4321141
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or email [email protected]
Working within your Community - for your Community
www.waipupresbyterianchurch.org.nz
NEW TYRES
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Princess Ball
Lifepoint Church in One Tree Point has announced the date for its eleventh Princess
Ball, which will be held on Friday 4 September, at Lifepoint, 300 One Tree Point
Road.
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all ages, with food, dancing, giveaways, and a great chance to make memories with
friends and familiy.”
Tickets cost $5, if purchased before 1 September, or $10 after this date and can be
purchased from Sandra Currie on 021 023 974 31, or at Lifepoint Mainly Music on
Wednesday mornings from 10am.
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Morris & Morris Ltd.
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Ruakaka Dog Rescue is holding a fundraising quiz night at the RAZZA
Waipu on the 19 August.
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Phone 432 8730, Fax: 432 8732
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RUAKAKA
TAVERN
OPENING HOURS
Monday 2pm | Tuesday 1pm
Wednesday & Sunday 12pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am
WHAT’S ON IN BREAM BAY
.
‡ CHUNUK BAIR REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY Friday 7 August at 11am at the Waipu War
Memorial
‡RUAKAKA RACES Saturday Wednesday 12
August and Saturday 29 August.
‡ WAIPU SUNDAY MARKET Next on Sunday 9
August. 9am -1pm in the Waipu Coronation Hall
‡ TE TUINGA MUSIC NIGHT AT BREAM
BAY COLLEGE Thursday 13 August at 7pm in
the school auditorium. Entry by gold coin donation.
‡ MARSDEN COVE MARKET @ The Marina.
Next on Sunday 16 August. 9am - 1pm
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fundraising quiz night at the RAZZA Waipu on the
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(09) 432 0028 after 4pm or email
[email protected]
‡ TRIVIA NIGHT To raise funds for Pulse Dance
Australia Trip. In the Waipu Caledonian Hall on
Saturday 29 August at 7.30pm. Tickets cost $30
per person. Come dressed in your favourite dance
genre: hip hop, ballet, ball room, cheerleading, HC
Hammer etc.
‡PRINCESS BALL Friday 4 September at Lifepoing Church 300 One Tree Point Rd. Tickets $5 if
purchased by 1 September ($10 after that date).
Available from Sandra Currie 021 023 97 431 or
at Lifepoint Mainly Music on Wednesday mornings
from 10am.
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Plumbing & Gas
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Gasfitters
and Drainlayers.
ABSOLUTE CONCRETE
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to your specification
Crane truck delivery
ELECTRICAL
132 Mountfield Rd, Waipu
Phone 09 432 0406
Mobile 0275 875 024
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Stock agent for Bream Bay
Email: [email protected]
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Phone 09 432 0155 or 021 479 244
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Ruakaka Motors
Mechanical and Auto Electrical
Repairs and Servicing
We have specialised equipment for tackling sloped
sections & lawns, including overgrown areas and scrub cutting,
as well as maintaining your lifestyle property
anywhere in Bream Bay and beyond.
Look for us in the Bream Bay directory & on Facebook
Ph 027 922 0572 ah 432 1670
Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5pm
Open Saturday morning 8am - 1pm.
Tyres and Batteries
Warrant of Fitness testing
Phone 432 7233
PARADISE QUARRY STONEMASONS
Specialists in stunning stone for landscape
Suppliers & installers of northland’s own schist for all your
stonemasonryBeginners
& landscaping
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Quality work guaranteed
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021 135 6471 or 432 8242
Ross Attwood Plans Ltd
Ross Attwood LBP Design 2
Residential, Commercial & Contract draughting
1 Waimanu Place,
Riverglade,
Ruakaka 0116
Phone: 09 432 8115
Mobile: 021 361 894
Email: [email protected]
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Phone/Fax: (09) 432 0209
Brian the Painter
Decorator, Restorer, Handyman
Property Maintenance
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free design,and quote
THE OUTSIDER
Aluminium Awning System
4 The Braigh, Waipu
Contact us: Angus 027 244 6100
Walter 021 519 605
Phone 0800 SHADES,
0800 742 337
Rodger 021 274 2337
or visit www.shadesdirect.co.nz
Waipu Wrought Iron
Crushed Aggregates
Available ex Quarry
Email: mikevĂŶďΛdžƚra.co.nz
- SAILS
SHADES DIRECT - AWNINGS
Trees Trimmed /
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Stump Grinding
Hedges Trimmed
Light Landscaping
Fences
Decks
Carrs Quarry
One Tree Point Road
Ruakaka
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Obelisks - Garden Arches
Growing Frames - Gates
Fencing - Furniture
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C A RTA G E
FOR ALL YOUR
EARTHWORKS & CARTAGE NEEDS
Suppliers of: topsoil, compost, woodchip,
bark, sand, pebble, rocks and firewood.
Ph/Fax 09 432 8418 or 021 768 940
458 Marsden Point Rd. PO Box 142, Ruakaka 0151
email: [email protected]
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FOR SALE
GARDEN
SUPERMARKET
SHELVING 200 metres
of steel shelving, selling
in minimum lengths of
3.8 metres for $200 each.
3.8m long x 1.9m high x
.5m deep. 5 shelves per
length. Viewable at the
supermarket and available
from 24/08/15 Contact
Grant on 027 426 9094
CARPET & VINYL.
Huge selection of carpets & vinyl at competitive prices. Cpt short
ends from $89+ GST per
LM, Vinyl 2 mtr wide
from $39 per LM. Mobile
service, free measure&
quote. Ph Christine (09)
946 9886 or 021 515 415.
BATTERY
TIRED?
Geoff Spencer Auto Electrical. Century battery
Agent. Free test, best
prices, can deliver. Ph.
432 0373 or Mob. 0274
942 635.
Ruakaka
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AQUA WATER TANKS
Bream Bay Merchants
BuildLink Cnr. Sime &
Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH:
09 433 0077
HURRICANE FARM
GATE 3.66M $132.48
LIGHT BARRED GFLB366I Bream Bay Merchants BuildLink Cnr
Sime & Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH: 09 433 0077
TIMBER RAILS 150 x
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Bream Bay Merchants
BuildLink Cnr Sime &
Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH: 09
433 0077
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BuildLink Cnr Sime &
Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH:
09 433 0077
ROUND POSTS 1.8M
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$9.94 Bream Bay Merchants BuildLink Cnr.
Sime & Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH: 09 433 0077
PLUMBING
SUPPLIESBream Bay Merchants BuildLink Cnr.
Sime & Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH: 09 433 0077
FENCE PALINGS 150
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1.5M $2.37,1.8M $2.84
Bream Bay Merchants
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Kepa Rd Ruakaka PH: 09
433 0077
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RACHEL
THE GARDENER
All aspects of garden
maintenance
From formal
gardens
to foodscapes
Phone 432 1035
or 021 288 8811
ALTER-NATIVES
Copies $20
Available from
Bruce Cann
Ph. 432 7399
Also available from
Take Note
Stationery and Lotto Shop
FOUND
GREEN
CHILD’S
BIKE in Waipu. To be
picked up at Waipu Police
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Phone 432 0209
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bond. Ref. required Available 28/7 Ph. 021 113 9011
BREAM BAY ACCOMMODATION, Ruakaka.
We offer a wide range of accommodation both long
and short term from 1 bedroom studio to six bedroom
homes. Book online: www.breambayaccommodation.
com or phone 432 7025 or 021 2722 739.
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stop. Suitable for 3 adults or a small family. Available
15th March. $260 /wk rent. 1 weeks rent + bond of 4
weeks rent required to move in. Ph. 021 931 334
WANTED TO RENT
ROOM WANTED. Waipu. Medium term. Where I
can be left alone. Dog OK. 38-year-old. Sensible, independent, male Kiwi. Phone Bow 022 355 2205.
WANTED TO RENT 3-4 bedroom house with 1-2
paddocks. Near Whangarei. Bream Bay - Hikurangi
OK. Please phone John 021 052 0328 or 09 27 80 544.
Local people read the
BREAM BAY NEWS
It is an effective place
to advertise
SERVICES OFFERED
CARPET LAYING, Restretching and Repairs, 20
yrs exp, reliable service.
PH Dean Ireson 436 2633
or 027 667 0183.
HORSE COVER AND
gear repairs and industrial
sewing requirments; canvas, leather, pvc, straps,
small tarps, tents and zips
etc. Ph 432 0732
Wa i p u
Boarding
Cattery
Excellent care and
accommodation
Ph Sue 432 0394
PAINTER/WALLPAPER
specialist, 35 years exp,
work guaranteed, imm.
start, Phone Paul,
Marsden Cove Painters
(027) 246 0260
CARPET
OVERLOCKING
At Lifestyle Laundromat
Corner of Commerce St.
and Okara Drive
Phone 436 1250
0223 139 300
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Boarding Cattery
O. T. P . Rd
Ph 4330122
or 021 1803713
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water care
BEAUTY,
HEALTH
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BODYVIVE
CLASSES
Ruakaka Recreation
Centre
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dealer, phone Susan
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WATER TANK CLEANING
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Phone Mark Draper
09 432 0655 or 0274 707 607
SITUATIONS VACANT
Invitation to Excellence..
If you have ever thought about a career selling fine properties we have
opportunities available at Premium Northland based at Waipu Cove.
We are proud of our accomplishments as a small boutique agency, allied
to the successful Premium Real Estate group. Imagine the possibilities for
your success in an organisation that has the ideal combination of market
knowledge and a strong dominant brand. The rewards for those who
succeed in this market are significant.
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PUBLIC NOTICES
PUBLIC NOTICES
The Waipu Lions Club
The Waipu Lions Club will be producing anonther
Community Telephone Book to be available in
December 2015.
Existing advertisers will be contacted over the
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New businesses wishing to advertise, please
contact Dick Scotland 432 0122
or Peter Blanch 432 1055.
Cost will be the same as last directory:
$220 for standard ad and $400 for colour.
No deposit is required and accounts will be due
in December 2015. Each directory lasts two years.
In this production we intend to have both inside
covers as colour ads. If you wish to change to
colour please call the above numbers.
WAIPU COMMUNITY TOY LIBRARY
New to the area! Join us and make new friends.
We are located beside Eco Pure hairdressers.
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school holidays then begin again in Term 2 on 16
October.
New times for 2015
Fridays
9am to 11am
Saturdays 8am to 10am
Helpers
We are looking for helpers. Would you be able to
commit to 2 or 3 times a term for a two hour block
either on a Friday or a Saturday?
If you enjoy working with Mums, Dads and children your help would be much appreciated.
Thank you.
Contacts
Lynnette 432 0441 or 021 022 388 83
Julie 432 0388 or 021 072 6710
LIBRARY HOURS
TURN YOUR
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INTO
FIREWOOD
AND/OR
WOODCHIP.
Phone Heath
027 306 9119
WAIPU
COMMUNITY
LIBRARY HOURS
Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday &
Saturday 10am - 1pm.
Tuesday 10am - 4pm.
The Waipu Coronation Hall
and Library
Phone 432 0372
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additional word. Boxed, approx 4cm adverts
cost $10 plus GST
Phone or fax your advert through to 432 - 0209
email to: [email protected]
Post to: Bream Bay News, RD 2 Waipu 0582
or leave it with payment at 7KH7KLVWOH in Waipu or at
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WAIPU PUBLIC
CORONATION
HALL
Books and goods
required for
BricaBrac shop
Open Mon - Sat
Mornings from 10.30am
Bream Bay Medical Centre Ltd
New Patients Welcome!
Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 5pm Saturdays: 9am - 12pm
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MARSDEN BAY GARDEN CLUB
BREAM BAY SUNDAY
CHURCH SERVICES
The next meeting will be held on
Thursday 20th of August at 1 pm in the Ruakaka
hall,
Cnr. Sanford Rd and SH1 Ruakaka.
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Floral Demonstration.
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fruit and vegetables
entertainment for the children
preserves jams pickles oils coffee and food.
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3rd Sunday of each month 9am to 1pm
A fun family day Contact Don 09 4314118
New stallholders welcome
Free stalls for community groups
Supporting Your Community.
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predicted dry spring weather. A total of 500 trees have been planted at the
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SPORTS RESULTS
Ruakaka Indoor Bowling Club
Waipu Golf Club
23.06.15 1st P. Ivory 2nd R. Carey 3rd G. Puckett 4th R. Roberts
30.06.15 1st R. Carey R. Ivory 2nd R. Roberts G. Babe 3rd M. Bennett F. Burke
Cons P. Ivory A. Finlayson
07.07.15 1st R. Carey A. McLachlan G. Babe 2nd M. Bennett, Hugh, A. Finlayson
D. Puckett 3rd G. Puckett P. Finlayson R. Roberts 4th T. Heath F. Burke R. Finlayson M. Philip
Womens Tuesday Golf
One Tree Point Bowling Club
17 July A/C Triples sponsored by The Team at Ray White Real Estate Bream Bay
1st B Ashworth S Henderson G Sandilands Maungatapere 3 wins 21 ends 54 points.
2nd L Mutch S Mc Adam M Taylor Maungatapere 3wins 20 ends 40 points
3rd E Sherriff J Mauhey H Smeath Kamo 3 wins 18 ends 34 points
24 July A/C Triples Sponsored by A1 Homes 1st M Dalbeth J Taylor B Clarkson
Maungatapere 3 wins 20 ends 50 points. 2nd P Strong P Nicholson C Neeley Kamo
3 wins 18 ends 33 ponts. 3rd D McLean T Sloane S Bhakta 3 wins 17 ends 39 points
Waipu Indoor Bowling Club
Handicap Pairs, July 8. Winner: George Mutch, Rose Rowe, Runner -Up: Des
Hales and Betty Jeanes.
Championship Triples: July 21. George Mutch, Alan Rowe and Tom Daybell.
Runner -up Barrie Worrell, Dorothy Whyte, Betty Jeanes.
21 July 9 Hole - Stableford RD 6 1st: Jan Pivac 20, 2nd: Val Duff 18, 3rd:
Darien Angelo 17, 4th: Gae Babe 17, 5th: Gabrielle Carppe 17
18 Hole - Putting 1. C Jenkins 30, 2. J Kerr 30, 3. W. Legarth 34
28 July 9 Hole Stableford 1st. Jan Bell 19, 2nd. Juanita McGoldrick 18, 3rd: Beryl
Willcox 17, 4th: Jan Pivac 16, 5th: Debbie Somner 16, 6th: Darien Angelo 14 on
C/B from Sue Marsh.
18 Holes: Best Stableford Wendy Legarth 36, Betty Johns 35. Team trophy waipu
average 29, Pines average 26.72 Waipu retained the trophy.
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24 June. 26 played the monthly par and putts. Braden Keown, Roger Ogle, Napo
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Decon - 40, Terry Bayley, Mike Haddleton, Paul Gordon, Greig Tilly. Twos Napo
Henare, Paul Gordon.
8 July 22 played stableford/ Max Cullen 40, Simon Yates 38, Terry Bayley, Napo
Henare 37. Twos: Bob Muir, Greig Tilly.
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4.15 Ha of lovely North Facing rolling pasture located
2km off SH1 on SH12 and 4.5km to local amenities
including shops, primary and secondary schooling, a
historic pub and cafes. Enjoy living in a secluded and
spacious 4brm family home plus sleep out. A Rural/
equestrian living lifestyle awaits you here with 65 x45
m2 sand and rubber horse arena, stables, tack room,
concrete tie up/wash down space, plus undercover
drying area, - it’s a horse lovers dream. There is also
a large round barn with lean to/hay store, cattle yards,
loading race and sheep pens, 9 fully fenced paddocks
with water and all in good pasture.
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