Document 11339

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Community Contuct
X'ormica Table and 4 C_h.airs - $J00
Couch/Fgld{ut Bed $10Q,00In good Condition
Ph (03) 7sl 08eo
A RE.CIPE FoR, HAPPJryg.ss
i tteapeO cups of PATIENCE
I hearrful of LOVE,
2 hands tull ofGENEROSITY,
I handtul of UNDERSTANDING,
A dash of HIJMOUR"
Sprinkled with KINIDNESS'
Add plarty of FAITH and mix well'
Spread over a Period of a lifetime
2l'6n Statesman Ce ravan
Electric Stove, Fridge Freezer, Shower.
Excellent Condition
Offers. As is where is.
Telephone (03) 75 I 0837 days (03) 7510892 evenings
Ask for Graham or Brenda
And serve to everyone You tneet'
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2 Sets of Bunks
Offers
2007
Ring Malcolm & Toni Hayes
Ph (03) 7 s3 3 184
REMEMBERYOUR CONTACTS
Jane
755 4t76
755 4145
753 3012
753 3080
753 3234
753 4138
752 0747
75 3 4083
Fox Glacier
Sue
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Brenda
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Eleanar
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June
Ross
Annie
Hari hari
Seonaid
Avis
Lisa
Anne
trl/hataroa
Franz Josef
Suzy
Sitgatip,$,.Ypcapt
Caregiver for 8Oyear old mafi.
Fulltime, Live in Positioll.
May suit a eouple.
DqElrM.S
Hold hst to dreams,
For if drearns die,
Life is a broken-winged bird'
Haast Area.
Whitebait Stand available.
Ph. F{elen (03) 7 68 0080
That cannot flY.
Hold fast t* dtr€ms,
For *tren dreams go.
!-ife is a banen fisld'
F-rozen with $ilow.
Hq,fLHarL.,C.IY"I,
J,tli' ttteeting - I pm - 4th JulY
Ai tlie Hari Hari Rest Rooms
750 0847
Trisha
Lanqston Hughes.
E-mail [email protected],co.nz
751 0837
Brenda
FAX
(NOTE:FAX |WLL ONLY WORK DURING tv0Mi IIOURS)
ThemeiIlIailing Address ' C/- Luke Paringa Postal Agency,
Motto:-
Haa,gt
Everyone welcome.
Fiealth
Flealth is better than wealthrrs-one ciln borrow it.
South Westland
Pleese Gnsure that you have 5rour
*nfornaatlon to your c{ontects for the August
Roll Call:
l. lnviting newcomers - bring a friend
2. 6lines on health from Home & Country
Guest Speaker: Dr Feter ConnollY
"GuIf of Carpenteria""
Cornpetitions
Flowers:Arrangernent:*
Best Bloom
Best Weed
A eup full of imagination
Baking:-
A plum pudding
Flandicraft:-
Care Bear
Ptease send your cheque to the mailing address above
witt! your advertisement.
$or.l-Gh. \A/"estla.r3d.
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Branw3n Longden
Wandering Coin -Cathsrine applgqy
Hostess:-
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Annual general rneeting r,vill be held at the
DePartment of Conservation
Franz Josef
Mond ay 30ft July
nqss Ee Ha$T I{EIy GTIYFASKS
FESTIVAT
A new event for Rass looks
For further information contact Donna (03) 752il208
Come along, South Westland SAR needs
your support
HINTS
HOME-MADE FLY SPRAY
i cup of keros€ne; I cup of cloudy ammonia; 6d bottle of
1 c,rp
citronella. Put all in a quart bottle, shake well and spray with sprayer.
oSOlil CARROT SEED between rows of onions. The caffot fly and wireworm
dislike the smell of onion.
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As I will be away this month please contact the people
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literally! The Ross Promotions Working Group l*
thinking caFs on anri have decided upon a special event for
Ross. R.oni Wright spokespercon from the Ross Promotions
Working Group sairt drat dre group has decided to turn the
Ross Guyfawks night that was becoming more popular each
year into a Festivtil.
The Guyfawks celebrations would be turned into a
festival with *usi., entertainment, food and a bigger and
brighter f,reworks display thzur previous yeani. Ideas for the
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below regarding specific courses" "'
i FIRST AID: 30 June - I July at swAs. All inquiries i
, phone Avis Muir (03) 53 3080
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, wooD TURFTING: 2 - 6 July at Hari Hari. All
2 inquiries phone Glenys Black (03) 53 3197
14 - l5July at Hari Hari. All
V PICTURE FRAMING
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evJnt have been flowing and it is hoped also to have a loca!
Ross band playing as 'The Riggles' a giant Roddy Nugget
throwing com;etition, as well as the faditional 'Best Guy' and
secret
a surprise grurd tinale that will remain under lwaps as a
night.
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The Fistival will start at 5pm on Saturday November
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suitable for families bui also atfiactive to a wide range of age
groups so watch dris sPace! !
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Proj ect Ross Coordinator
Phffax 03 7554 038
Patchin Friends of Harihari Our next "symposium" Workshop will be on Wednesday l Sth July
with Donna Stewart doing Machine Quilting with a difference", Contact Alwyn Friend 753 4147 for class list
Take A Ride or Walk on the Wild Wet
West Side
construction, This northern section of the Cattle Track is
also suitable for day walks or ovemight tramps into Blowfly
With the recent clearing of the Haast-Paringa Cattle Track a
fantastic walk or rewarding mountain biking experience has
the cattle herds conalled at the sight, prior to fording the
Moeraki River
Tramping access to the historic Blowfly Hut is a gentle flat
walk of approximately one and a half hours among an
attractive mix of podocarp forest. The flat well benched trail
sideling along the Moeraki River is suitable for all levels of
fitness and experience. The Moeraki Valley track junction
leads offto the right just before the Moeraki swing-bridge
and fifteen minutes prior to reaching Blowfly Hut. If
mountain biking this section, the only obstacles are three or
four minor slips and the Moeraki swing-bridge which will
require portage.
After lunch or an ovemight stay at Blowfly the only
existing roadmans hut left on the track, intermediate or
advanced mountain bikas may wish to attempt the steady
climb to Maori Saddle Hut. The track winds its way up to
Vhakapohai Saddle through stands of Beech (Nothofags
sp./ rising up and over a gentle gradient ofabout six degrees.
Sections ofthis part ofthe track are again quite rough and
will require technical mountain biking skills, there are also a
number of diversions around slips that have destroyed the
original CaUle Track and will require portage. If hamping,
the track is suitable f,or most experience levels during dry
weather, access to Maori Saddle Hut becomes difficult in
heavy rain as there is numerous small creeks crossing the
track which li-re quickly and can be a little tricky to cross.
Note if havelling the whole rack by either rnounrain bike or
tramping, you sirould be f;i" experienecd and well equipped.
Mountein bike enthusiasas may wish to asempt the
whole route, which woul<i be a challe.nge for expert riders
over a long rJay or advanced riders on a multi day trip. To
attempt the Caitie lrack ftom Paringa to Coppermine Creek
inorth to south) ic the recommended direction due to the
flatter gradients and less hill climbing. the track generally
follows the line of the Alpine Fault which is thought to have
caused some fascinating landfonns sueh as waterfalls
descending onto the track at Wate,rfali Creek and orre
particularly large landslide at Robinson creek. For this
reason ii is not a mountain bike trip to be taken lightly, there
are numerous creeks, slips and diversions where portage of
your equipment will be necessaq/, particularly the section
between Maor! Saddle Hut and Coppermine Creek,
Those wto choose to walk the hack will be rewarded with
gentle gradients through attractive mixes of Rimu
(Dacrydium cupressinum), Beech (Nothofagus sp.), Kamahi
(lYeinmanni a rac emos a) and Quintini a (Quintinia acut ifol ia)
forests [pical of the South Westland area. Tho majority of
the track follows the 600-meter contour of the Mataketake
Range whose tops can be accessed near Maori Saddle Hut.
South from Maori Saddle hut the Cattle Track
iirosses the first of twelve creeks on the way to Coppermine
Creelt Hut, most of which can easily be crossed with caution
during dry weather. Chasm Creek is the most spectacular
with an aptly named large drop offthe side ofthe wellbenched track. Continuing south the track is crossed by
another six creeks which will require portage if mountain
biking. The existence of lichen and moss covered Totara
(Podocorpus totara) telegraph poles on which the copper
wire communication system between the three roadmans
huts can still be seen through this section oftrack.
A little further along is Robinson Creek colloquially
known as Slippery Face, here the original track formation
has slipped dovyn to the valley floor necessitating a steep
become achievable for all, from armchair ramblers through
to the experienced outdoor enthusiast. There are many
options along the twenty-threc kilometer route suitable for
the hardiest trampers and expert mountain bikers through to
those who would prefer a gantle stroll for a few hours.
The historic Flaast Paringa Cattle Track was
constructed in 1875 as a droving route allowing the
pioneering runholders in the Landsborough, Cascade and
Flaast region to move cattle to the sale yards at Whataroa, a
journey of about two weeks duration. The track became the
major route north between Haast and the farming
communities of South Westland (Fox, Franz and Whataroa)
prior to the completion of State Highway 6 in 1965. Over a
ninety year period the Track is thought to have provided
access north for up
50,000 cattle, in mobs of up to 200
at a time. The Haast Paringa Cattle Track became redundant
with the last heard of cattle travelling the fourteen-hour
joumey between Coppermine Creek and the fuloeraki River
in 1961. After this time the completion of the road around
to
Knights Point provided a slightly less direct route but
facilitated all weather sccess to the communities of South
Westland. The track became redundant until l98l when the
then New Zealand Forest Service reopened it as a walking
track.
In the intervening years between 198 I and 2000 the
track became considerably overgrown with vegetation above
head height on some sections, making negctiation and route
finding difficult for all but the hardiest rrampers. A
in September 2000 by
the Department of Conservation has restored most of the
considerable track clearing operation
twenty-three (23) kilometers to the original six to nine foot
benched width. It should be noted that siips and washouts
have considerably altered some sections of the original track.
Mountain bikers and trampers can approach the track from
either the north or south ends with each direction have
advantages depending on the activities being undertaken.
The northern access to the track is approximately 40
kilorneters north of Flaast where a smail carpark and
Department of Conservation sign reading n'Cattle Track"
identifies the driest access. The southern access is through a
gate on the Ieft hand side of State Highway 6 just south of
the Waita river bridge, this access is not sigrrposted.
Sections at the northern end ofthe track area
suitable for beginners to expert mountain biking, with short
sections requiring technical riding skills due to the rocky
nahre of the terrain. This first section ofthe track detours a
lowland swampy section of the original eattle Track around
Windbag Creek. On my first real offroad mountain bike
experience, I was able to ride sixty-five percent of this
section with a few short portages over tbe rockier sections.
Do not be put off, as a little persistence will reward the
learning rider with smooth portions to make up for the
bumps. Orce onto the original three meter wide benched
Cattle Track the riding becomes easier and the historic nature
of the original construction becomes apparent.
The Cattle Track was built with horse, dray, pick
and shovel and a fair bit ofexplosives in the days before
modern equipment became available. Paved fords over the
smaller creeks and stone culverts still working attest to the
skilled work and detailed craftsmanship of the original
Hut. The unfortunate name is thought to have come about
due to the initant blowflys that would have been a feature of
drop in altitude before regaining the height on the other side
of the valley. It is thought that this area of instability on the
track was one reason why the State F{ighway 6 development
did not follow the line of the original Cattle Track. One of
the last creek crossings is in my view the most spectacular,
Waterfall Creeks has a thirty meter cascade the formation of
which was no doubt the product of tectonic uplift.
If you are careful with the nurnerous creek crossings
it is possible to keep dry fe€t until reaching Copperrnine
Creek which is the last major negotiation of flowing water.
Prior to crossing Coppermine, the track follows a fence line
down to the large river flat clearing where Copperrnine
Creek Hut is located. The eight bunk hut is the furthermost
from the bush line, the first two you come across being
privately owned.
From Coppermine Creek Hut it is a shaightforward
walk along the river flats with surounding views of
kahikatea forest {Podocarpus dacrydicides). Following the
true right of Coppermine Creek it is a straightforward walk
dowr tire grassy flats where ,v$u sross to the true left just
prior to the confiueRc.e of the Waita River. Continuing on it
is not long before you rcach the swing-bridge that crosses the
Maori River. Once ecross this dark deep slow flowing river
there is a short one-kilorneter walk through the bush back to
the southern road end.
I ,Aceesis: The northern end of the track is about
4CI krn n*fih af Flaasi Junstion cln State
Hiehwa_y t:. It is rnarked by a DoC sign
whir:h r*aris "Cattle Track", and there is a
rtxldsici* carpark. The southern end is at a
gate just south of the Waita River Bridge and
Maon Saddle Hul to Coppermine Creek Hut
hours.
and
preserving our historic sites. '['hese are the people that
make sure our facilities are to a high standard for our
visitors.
Wild Animel Management
Primqrily responslble tbr the planning and
implementation of wlld animal and weed control
Department.
Service
You seldom see the Service Team; they are there in the
background making sure the office ticks over. They
process the conhacts, make certain everyone gets paid,
and ensure the tools and equipment are in tiptop shape.
Biodiversity
Some of you may refer to this team as the bird tacklers;
they prefer to think of themselves as the glamorous face
Department. They are involved in the kiwi
programmes, monitoring the wetlands, preserving
endangered plants and generally working towards the
of the
of people/agencies who can help.
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preservation ofour flora and fauna.
...And last but not least our Area Managers.
The person that oversees all the teams, the one with the
overview. The person that makes the final decisions.
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many hours clearing and maintaining tracks, painting
huts, cleaning toilet$, maintaining structures
The Communitv Reiations staff are the ones that visit
your farms in their gumboots to discuss your issues and
help find solutions that will benefit both you and the
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Coppenninc Creek Hul to Fiighway 2 hours.
Map: F3? and G3?.
Huts: All the Huts on the Cattle Track are
Categery 3 and have mattresses and wood
stoves. Bloufly F{ut, eight bunk, Maori
Saddle Hut. eight bunk, Coppermine Creek
Hut, eight bunks.
Note: The track is crossed by nwrerous small
cresks. which flood quickly after hear^y rain.
Trampers should rvait until water lel'els have
dropped before oroceedi n
inrucoast
This team is responsible for all the tracks, huts,
structures and historical sites in the area. They spe,nd
and renew your lea^ses and iicenses.
hours.
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Vlsitor Assets
Community Relations
Looking for some information on anything within the
Department - this is usually your first port of call. The
community relations team can give you information on
land tenure, issue fire p€nrrits, process your concessions
is not sign-posfeC"
Walking times: State Highway'6 to Blue
River Hut I t/z hcurs.
Blue fuver FIut to Maori Saddle Hut 3 t/z
Free
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lrwestCoast itural Support
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many times they are asked what the weather is going to
do, or where the glacier is; ',hey still seem to answer as if
it were the first time they had been asked. When you
ring up and request your fire permits, these are the
people you will talk to first.
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but how many of you wonder what they actually
This month we have given a brief overview of what each
Visitor Information
Our front counter staff - always smiling and ready to
answer the visitors' questions" It doesn't matter how
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yw will see Department of Conservation
vehicles out on the roads, and some of you may wonder
what we are up to and where we might be going.
Within the South Westland district we have a
number of teams - each responsible for specific projects
such as kiwi recovery, weed control and bridge building,
but also collaborating to meet Coast-wide objectives.
Many of you will have heard the teams referred
to as Visitor Assets, Community Relations and so on,
Most dayr
programmes. This includes the preparation of resource
congents. asligssment of environmental effects and
fieldwork.
If planning a trip ovsr all or part of this historic
track the flepartnent of Conservatian has produeed an
inf*rmaiive route guide this and further inforrnation can be
ahtained from the Department at either the Sauttr
WesflanCfiVeheka Area Office in Fox Glacier or the Haast
Fi*lS tsnir* in X{aast.
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Below are the numbers
CONSERVATION NEWS
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If
you require any further information on any of
these sections plerse don't hesitate to contact your
closest Department of Conservation ofllce.
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ANNUAT ALTOCATION - HIITARY COMMISSION COMMUNITY SPORTS S HEI\AE AND CREATIVE
COMMUNITIES NEW ZEATAND SCHEME 2OOI:
The Committee estobtished by Council to consider opplicotions ond distribute funding under the
obove schemes met on Fridoy 20tn April [email protected]
Hilhrv Commission Communitv Snorts Scheme
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less than 2000) were received totalling $86,098, the amount available for allocation was $23,851.
applications 23 received funding the one application not receiving funding did not meet the schemes criteria.
Organisations receiving funding are listed below:
24 applications
ORGANISATION
Arahura Netball Club
Country Netball Club
Hokitika Amateur Swimming Club
Hokitika Bowling Club
Hokitika Hockey Club
Hokitika lawn Bowls Club
Hokitika Netball Centre
Hokitika Netball Centre
Kokatahi/l(owhitirangi Pony Cl ub
Iake Mahinapua Aquatic Club
South Westland Rugby Football Club
Sport West Coast
Temple Basin Ski Club
United Netball Club
Wae Wae Netball Club
Westland Basketball fusn
Westland Basketball Assn
Westland Basketball Assn
Westland REAP
Westland REAP
Westland Special Olympics
Westland United Socc€r Club
Westland United Soccer Club
AMOUNT
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PIJRPOSE
$400 Assist with travel costs and uniforms
$400 Coaching
$750 Coaching
$700 Promotion/coaching
$750 Equipment
$650 Strategic Plan
$900 Cmch training
$700 EquipmenVmaterials
$400 Specialist instnrctor for coaching
$450 Upgrading of equipment
$2,000 Assist with travel costs
$4'500 Sport development
$4S0 Snow safety training
$750 Equipment/uniforms
S500 Assist with travel costs
$500 Equipment
$900 Send Coaches to serninars
$ 1,500 Assist with travel/equipment
$ 1.400 Coach rraining
$1,200 Outdoor sports astivities
$2,500 fusist wittr travel costs
$500 Coach training
$400 Assist with trav*i costs
$23" 150.00
Creative New Zealand Scheme 2001
Atotalofl6application(4morethan200l)werereceivedseekingfundingtotalling$58,111. Theamountavailableforallocationwas
$l1,382. Of the 16 applications 10 received funding.
Organisations receiving funding are listed below:
OR,GANISATIOhI
Westland REAP
Westland REAP
Westland REAP
Kowhai Whai Toi
Youth and Music Development Trust
Ross Community Society
Hokitika Art Cnoup
New Zealand Secondary Students Choir
Donald Buglass
NLI
AMOTNT
PURPOSE
$2,000 Arts progarnme Harihari/Whataroa
S1,500 Residential Arts Carnp 9 - l3 yrs
$2,000 Arts for youth workshop l6 - 25 yrs
$900 Creation of Kowhai Whai panels
$500 Weekly guitar goup for youths
$1,000 Creation ofgold rush mural
$750 Provision of art classes
$1,000 Bring choir to Hokitika
$732 Design and construction of concrete pillars
$ 1,000 t"ocal fabric weaving workshop
$l1"382
Once again, committee members spent a considerable amount of time oonsidering all applications prior to the allocation meeting and
are to be oommended for their time and effort.
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coMMpTNITY SERVTCES OFFTCER
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ADOL4SCENT & FAMTLY THERAqrgr
Rae Healey visits the South Westland area (Ross to Haast and all places in
betr,veen and around) once every six weeks. Rae covers several areas - children
and people up to 20 years of age who may have mental health problems. These
may include issues of grief, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and
behav ioral problems such as Attention Dsfi cit/Flyperactivity Disorders,
families who may be living under stressful conditions and parenting issues also
come under my area of expertise, as does family counselling.
Rae can see people in their homos or, if preferred, at another pre
arranged place. Confidentiality is respected at all times.
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Referrals can be made by the family doctor (GP), schools,
the Rural Nurse Specialists, by families or by individuals. Rae can
be contacted at (03) 768 2670 or through the following peoptre:
Rural Nurse Specialists Haast 750 0800
Fox Glacier - l,ousia Davidson
75 l 0836
Whataroa - Sue Clelland
7 53 4t72
Hari Hari - Bruce Hall
753 3008.
Ree Healey
N+e Mai Haere
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09020 Glove Box First Aid Kit
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09022 ivlobile First Aid Kit
$ 49.00
09024 Ceneral First Aid Kit
$ 69.00
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Whataroa Gym CIub Subs
are now due l " July. Please get your money to
Carolyn Ph (03) 753 4139.
John Drylie
MAYOR OF WESTLAND
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Pat Struthers
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John Muir
SCOI-JTS Robyn Kelly
VENTTIRERS Teresa Hall
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7s3 3080
7s3 4068
7s3 1503
Vacancies in all sections for leadens and
children.
John Muir Group Leader -Phone (03) 753 3080.
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$40 Farnily (School age children) $80
Student $ l5
Aerobics Ladies
$30
Casual $5 per session.
PLEASE bIOTE THAT DUE TO TFIE AMOLINT OF
PEOPLE USING THE GYIvT MTHOUT PAYING TFM
LOCK IS SOON TO BE CHANGED. IF YOU ALREADY
HAVE KEYS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SWAP FOR A
NEW ONE WHEN YOU PAY YOUR SUB. IF YOU HAVE
Adults
Hope to hear from you.
REWARD OFFER for information on the whereabouts or
demise of our cat - LILY* friendly short-haired grey cat
missing since Sunday 20th May at Hannahs Clearing. please
phone: Sheri, Phil or James on (03)750 0720.
ALREADY PAID FORTHIS NEXT YEARYOU CAN
SWAP YOUR KEY FOR A NEW ONE AFTER. IST JTILYI
p.s. The new twin stack gym system will be here around the
end of June (apparently it went to Singapore!)
NEWSFLASH! The treadmill is now fixed, sorry for the
delay.
All -rounder
We baveled around Ireland earlier this year staying in bed and breakfast
farrq our landlady asked if we like ponidge. We said we did,
but on sitting down to breakfrst the next morning, we noticed we were the only
ones having ponidge. "You shouldn't have hade it specially for us," I
remarked. f ttt tanatady replied cheerfullY, "Oh, that's all right'.. we had to
make it for the Pigs."
homes, At one
computer room at,)outhWestland Area School and niqht claooes are
available for the follovrin4 oubjecto:
We now have a
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JR lntroduction T,o Windows
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lnternel and email
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For more informalion on lhese couraas pleaoe contact Dronwyn Lonqden
Portfolio Systerns
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Harihari,
Voicemail or fax: 7533122
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running f or 2001.
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6uiding of f ersgirls choice , challenge, achievemernt ond
experiences. We oim to help girls develop into
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women
Pippins are 5 & 6 year olds, who leorn to .be aware of themselves, other people ond
their environment through gomes ond octivities.
Brownies ore girls I - gt yeors who toke port in o voriety of octivities - including
interest bodges ond comps - thot help in their oll-round development.
Guides are 9t - l4t years who hove o wide voriety of chollenges in their
progrdmme. Eoch girl mokes her choice of octivities from within the fromework.
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PADDOCKS NEEDDRWN? OW?
Wopiti Pork Elk Velvet Extroct ond Extroct ond
Ginseng for relief from Arthritis ond Rheumotism
os o noturol onti-inflommotory ond os o noturol
stimulont for your immune systenn to improve
your generql heolth ond guord ogoinst colds
ond flu.
For more informotion ond to order contoct:
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JD 6600, 115 HP 4W.D. & DUALS C/W
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ALSO AVAILABI-E
Round Silqge Boling ond Wropping
Round Hoy Boling
Complete Cultivotion
Brood Acre ond Spot Sprcying
Lime ond Fertiliser Spreoding
General Troctor Work
WESTLAND AcRISERVICES
Moin Rood, WHATAROA
pHoNE {03} 75s 4119 FAX (03) 753 4003
*PROMPT SERVICE* *COMPETITIVE
RATES*
FOX, FRANZ & WHATAROA
AREAS
Call us for your building requirements
(Houses, light cornmercial and renovations,
kitchens, bathrooms, and rvooden joinery)
GRANT GIBB JOINERY &
CONSTRUCTION
Phone (03) 751 0111, Fax (03) 751 0108
P"O" Box 4, Fox Glacier
Geoff Ntrehrtens
100 Kaniere R"oad, Hokitika7900
Phone/Fax .dH (03)755 6788
Mobile'. 025 87I 723
Authorised Sales Agent for
AEG, I{cover, N{aytag, Vulcan
Fuses for rnilking rnachines
TV & FM Aerials. Coax Cable and accessories. Your 7 dav
supplier.
IONAL CLEAhIING
AI-L CLEANNG SERVICES
CARPETS - WTNDOWS .IIPHOLSTERY
PROFE
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ALL YOUR EI.ECTRICAI
CALL
NEEDS
Gordon Kelty Electrician
For advice and a price contact Gordon
Phoneffax {03} 753 ,1068
Cl- P.O. Whataroa
MISHEARD
When God gave out brains,
I thouglrt He said trains.
So I missed mine,
When He gave out looks,
I thought He said books,
And I didn't want any.
$outh Hrestland
Resldents
We wiil be in your area agarn on:
When He gave out ears,
I thought He said beers,
So I ordered two long ones.
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Registered
Craftsman Gold Card Holder
Avaiiable now for.-
*New Homes
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Please contact Michelle to arrange
an appointment
Working from the Coast
for the Coast
Spouting
Shower improvement
* Space Heaters
t General lvlaint enance
*Water purification units
*Roof repais
P.O Box 85, Fox Glacier, South Westland
Phone (03) 751 0038 Fax (03) 75 I 0037
When I{e gave out chins,
I thought He said
Telephone (03 1 732
*Hot water cylinder repairs
When He gave out nos€s,
I thought I{e said roses,
So I ordered a red one.
When He gave out legs,
I thought He said kegs,
So I ordered fwo large ones.
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LORD. AM I IN A MESS!
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Peter Cuff
Phone (03) 755 8866
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displayins'SCHOOL BUS' si$ns, please slow
down to 2O k.P.h.
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Roading, Cartage, Concrete Aggregate, SectiollS Excavated,
Backfilledo & Land Clearing.
F(OET. I TIERE:
Tip Truck
Tip Trailer
Wheel Loader with buckets and
forks
Excavator 2 buckets
Transporter Trailer
D8 Bulldozer
l0.00am
Catholic
10.30am
ll.l5am
Presbyterian
l0.00am
Anelican
9.00am
Catholic
9.am Lit
9.00 am
5.00pm Sat
5.00um Sat
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6.00pm Sat.
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Anelican
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5.00pm Sat.
9.00am Lit.
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8.3Oam
JACOBS RIYER
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WI{a.RAROA CHRISTIAI\ F4LLOWSHIP
Catholic
Now n'leeting at Rodney and Michele Giles' house every
Thursday,7.30pm. for a time of singing, Bible sfudy" prayer
and supper. Please ring (CI3) 753 41 l0 i,rr iC3) 753 4469 to
ensure that it is on.
EARI HARI P"RAYER_GRq1Jr
Interdenominational, each Tuesday 7 .30prn. Singing, Prayer,
Bible StuCy and supper. Enquir!*s 753 3037 Elizabeth and
Rally de Pra.
C q ryi.ine4 Servicg-at $JA,n4fe,w's, Rqil g
A service to celebrate the fornral begirudng of the
joint use of this church by United and Anglican
Congregations in Ross will be held at 1 1.l5am on
Sunday July
l5 at St Andrew's, R.css
ALL WELCOh{E
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Distnig,t-Health Bpa rd
A PR"OFESSIONAL''
QUESTION: "Who and r,!i:at arc the Stak*holder Group?"
ANSWER:
Tf'JANTES
Several years ago Coasr Health Care set up the Stakehoider Group to ensure
the comrnunity had a voice and a iink to the
management of Coast Health Care {as it was then). The Stakehoider grouo is
made up of community representatives who have a pa*icular interest in health.
They meet regularly with the Chief Executive and Management of the
AROUND TOX AREA.
WCDHB to bring foruard vour_ conc€rns, questions and issues for discussion
and response.
Smoll piece cf land to
put sorne staff
occcmmcdation on:
Approx,$20,000,
Stakeholderr are a valued part of comrnunicating
with the community and identi$ing .b*unity concerns. Stakeholders bring a
rvide and diverse range of skills, experience and viewpoints to meetingg which
make for interestrng debate and discussion.
Ifyou would like to contast your local representative contact details
are as follows:
Angela Anderson Hari
Ray.{rmshong
Hari (03)753
Reefton
3181
(03)732
8r
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izabeth Cumrnings Greymouth
(03)768 505 r
Paula Cutbush
(03)732 8513
Reefton
Jewel Lemon
Westport (03)789 7134
Margaret Moir
Hokitika (03)755 6022
Gilliam Williams
(03)768 5952
Margaret
Westport (03)789 8106
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thot hos been sub
divided off c blcck -..r
Distonce not o rnojor
concern.
Al I contoct to
Al on Phone 03 374 2486
Fox 03 374 251 4
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Woods
Greymouth
Stakeholders Group members are happy to hear your views and to follow up
on any concerns you may have.
Sue Belsham
At present we are looking for another rep for South Westland
to
join
the
STAKEHOLDER GROIIP. Ifyou are interestect in
HEALTH in your area and would like to join please contact either be
mail or phone AIIGELA AhIDERSON in HARI FIARI. I will take your name
fonvard to our next meeting. We meet every two - three months depending on
what is required by our CEO SUE BELSHAM. Our next meeting will take
placc in August. Sue has been around in the area and has been pleased by the
meetings. Thc main concern has been to maintain the present services that we
have which is what we all want. To date we have not lost any services and it is
to hope that will continue. If there are any concerns you want me to take to the
meeting do not hesitate to contact me.
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Al.rcELA ANDERSON (03) 753 3t8l
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