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New charging system at the Napier Transfer Station
Napier is now diverting more than 31% of the total waste stream.
Even so about 70% of the typical rubbish bag could
still be recycled or composed.
For further information contact the Napier City Council on 835 7579,
or at www.napier.govt.nz Key word: weighbridge
Working towards a sustainable future
Napier Municipal Theatre Friday 24 June at 8.00pm
This show will see audiences left breathless at the vocal prowess of the TEN,
from the tender moments of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, to the sheer power of
the stadium rock ballad, Aerosmith's number one hit Don't want to miss a thing.
Not to mention Puccini's evergreen classic Nessun Dorma and the show closer
Hey Jude - it is guaranteed to leave you screaming for more,
with that famous chorus echoing in your
memory for weeks after.
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Calling all art lovers...
All details available
Celebrate the 30th National
Art Exhibition & Sale
Caz Novak painting auction at
Gala Opening - 10th June, 6pm
Tickets available online www.nationalartexhibition.co.nz
View Caz Novak painting online
Catalogues $5 proceeds to
The Rotary Community Fund.
Special guest artists ... metal, glass, wood.
The Rotary Club of
11th -26th June
10am - 4pm Daily
At Pan Pac Foyer Napier Municipal Theatre
for movie times & information
CALL MOVIE HOT LINE
Napier: 831 0600 Hast: 0832 92808
or hit the web www.readingcinemas.co.nz
The Hawke s Bay Smokefreerockquest event
will be held at the Hawke s Bay Opera House
on Saturday, June 18.
New Zealand s only nationwide all-original,
live youth music competition is expected to
top last year s record 800 entrants. Founder
and director Glenn Common says it s appro-
priate that the launch for the 24th year is in
New Zealand Music Month.
Smokefreerockquest is right at the heart
of Kiwi music, he says. It has paved the
path to mainstream success for many artists
and bands, such as Midnight Youth, Opshop,
Evermore, The Datsuns, Brooke Fraser,
Anika Moa and Bic Runga. Smokefreerock-
quest regional events this year will start in
the early afternoon, with a callback of the
eight top contenders in the evening and a
guest band performance while the final judg-
ing is done.
The top regional bands go on to the final, to
be held this year in the new 5000-seat
Claudelands Arena in Hamilton. The prize
package is designed as a big helping hand
into the music industry and includes a NZ On
Air new recording and music video grant
worth $10,000, a place on the NZ On Air Kiwi
Hit Disc, musical gear to the value of $10,000
from NZ Rockshops, recording time at York
St Studio, radio promotional support for a
single, and the Edge airplay award with the
opportunity to be played on radio and tele-
There is also the Mainz Scholarship for
outstanding musicianship, the Apra Lyric
Award, the Lowdown Best Song award and
the Smokefree Musicianship Award.
Mainly Acoustic Night, The
Cabana, $3, starts 7pm.
Regional Rhythm Meeting, The
Landlords for landlords,
information evening by HB
Property Investors' Association.
Taradale Club, 7pm. For info and
027 858 7468.
Sweeney Todd, The Demon
Barber of Fleet Street, HB Opera
House, 7.30pm, until Saturday.
Dread I Mind Tricks, original
young reggae, The Cabana,
doors open 8pm.
Mahia Blackmore, the Pacific
lady of rhythm and blues, The
Cabana, doors open 8pm.
HB Handmade Craft Market,
Asher Hall, cnr Tennyson and
Dalton streets, Napier, 9am till
1pm. To book a stall phone
Louise 835 0305.
Louis Roederer Champagne
Dinner at Cape Kidnappers, The
Farm, 1pm till 11.30pm. $800pp
(double/twin) per night + GST.
Pat's Pirate Party, Sk8 Zone,
10am till 5pm.
HB Jazz Club, featuring jazz
guitarist Bruce Forman and Cow
Bop. Napier Cosmopolitan Club,
doors open 5pm music starts
5.30. Members $5, public $15,
school students free. all
Meditation, a free talk on a
spiritual path, 10.30am
Hastings Sports Centre 503
Railway Rd south. Phone Karyn
875 0106 or see santmat.net
Mechanics of Mediumship
workshop with Val Hood, 7pm,
Spiritualist Church of NZ,
Community Rooms, Memorial
Square, Napier, $20.
Meditation and More workshop
with Val Hood, 7pm, Community
Rooms, Memorial Square,
Open Circle - Working With
Spirit, with Val Hood, Community
Rooms, Memorial Square, 7pm,
Country tales: Kiwi fiddler Colleen Trenwith
and guests from Tales of Tennessee are
playing in Hastings next month.
It s not often a New Zealander gets taken
seriously in the American country music
industry, let alone achieve sufficient
status to teach university courses in a
place like Tennessee, US.
But Kiwi fiddler Colleen Trenwith is
doing just that.
Trenwith embarked on a musical
career that saw her tour Australia with
country icon Slim Dusty, and travel to
Nashville to play at the Grand
Ole Opry -- the ultimate for any
In 2008 Trenwith took up an
opportunity to study music at
The University of East
Tennessee, and after two years
was enlisted as a fulltime tutor.
Prior to leaving New Zealand,
Trenwith spent several years on
the Kapiti Coast collaborating
with acts including country rock
duo Legal Tender, guitarist
Andrew London s Hot Club
Sandwich swing trio, and five-
piece band The Cattlestops.
Now, on a flying visit to New
Zealand next month, Trenwith
is joining up again with Legal Tender s
Ian Campbell (guitar) and Moira Howard
(bass guitar), and Andrew London in a
show called Tales of Tennessee -- a selec-
tion of stories and music accumulated
over Trenwith s 40-year career.
The repertoire will range from country,
western swing and bluegrass tunes.
The Playhouse Theatre, Hastings. Friday,
June 17 at 8pm. Tickets: $20 from Ticket
Direct and the HB Opera House. Inquiries,
call 876 5867 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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