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Are School Holidays a Dilemma?
Ahuriri After School Care Holiday Programme
Oscar Registered - WINZ subsidy. Open 7.30am-5.30pm
Casual/full time 5yrs-13yrs. Fun daily activities in a safe
caring environment. Enrol now - call Bronwyn 835-5664
ACC Support-Action Group (HB) Inc
Offering help with ACC problems and advocacy support
for review and court appeals. We re concerned at the
ongoing problems claimants experience and invite you to
attend a meeting held 1st-3rd Tuesday each month, 1pm
Lifeline office, Lee Road, Taradale. Enquiries Leila
844-5053 or Jill 835-7566
Art at the studio with Helen Dynes
Exciting new location for Art at the Barn House , now in
Emerson Street, heart of the town! Weekly classes,
Mon/Tues 10-12.30pm $20. Next Saturday painting
day, June 25th. Cheese n wine $75 incl. Tuesday
Evening class commencing soon. Call Helen 021-556-006
Avatar Course Free Intro nights
Join us for an opportunity to explore how your beliefs are
affecting your reality and how you can use the Avatar
tools to change the blueprint you operate from. The intro
nights are filled with awakening to new possibilities and
discovering the preciousness of life. If you are interested
in creating the rest of your life more deliberately or if you
have found yourself in a repeating pattern that you would
like to change, we feel you will find The Avatar Course to
be very inspiring and empowering. Come to an Avatar
Course Intro Night. You'll be taking the first step on
a journey of SELF discovery. Call to book your place.
Jen McGregor 021-244-9930 email@example.com
Bruce McGregor 021-246-3667 firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn the lovely Oldtime clawhammer banjo style from
the Appalachian Mountains. Accomplished player of 15
years in West Virginia. Teaching fiddle tunes, songs and
ballads, beginners through to advanced. You will need to
have a banjo. $15 per group lesson, 7pm every 2nd Wed.
Call Helena 824 3262.
BEGINNER PILATES @ The Pilates Centre Napier
Morning and evening sessions available. Join two people
for $120.00 or join one for $80.00. Mention this ad and
get your first session FREE Phone Leanne on 835 0503
or 021 746 957 www.thepilatescentre.co.nz
Asthma Hawke's Bay require nebulisers urgently!
A number of our nebulisers on loan in the community have
been mislaid/lost track off. Please return. No penalties/no
questions.We also require donations of nebulisers that
are out of test/unused/Ex Rental. Asthma Hawke s Bay
will recondition/repair any suitable machine. Phone Toni
835-0018 for collection
Beginners Social Dancing
Munro Dance Studio Taradale. Learn the Waltz, Foxtrot,
Cha Cha and Rock n Roll. Just enough to get you up and
moving instead of watching others. Tuesdays 7.15pm -
8.30pm. Next 7 week course starting in August. Phone
BODY FUSION - PILATES
Pilates mat classes at all levels in Napier, Hastings and
Haumoana. Hastings fully equipped Studio with traditional
Pilates apparatus offers personal programmes for your
specific needs. Term 3 classes starting August 1st.
Beginners Special - Save 20% Contact Margaret
844-5417, 021-234-6543, email@example.com
Do you love to sing? Are you an active, fun loving lady?
Then come along to our 'Open Night'
SOUNDS OF HAWKES BAY CHORUS
(4 part harmony Sweet Adelines chorus)
You'll be entertained, enjoy a free supper and be in to win a
wonderful spot prize!
Monday 1st August at 7.30pm
Clive School Hall, School Rd, Clive
Ph: Millie 835 5755 or Lesley 844 7845
Napier Citizens Advice Bureau
MEMORIAL SQUARE, NAPIER
17 August 2011, 2pm
Will be held at the Clubrooms, Higgins Street, Napier
Monday 8th August 2011, 7.30pm
2. Con rmation of Minutes at 2010 AGM
3. Adoption of Annual Report and Financial
4. Election of O cers
5. General Business
SALE OF LIQUOR ACT 1989
Gourmet Direct Limited
has made application to the
District Licensing Agency
at Napier for the Grant of
an Off Licence in respect
of the premises situated at
17 Mahia Street, Ahuriri,
Napier and known as
The general nature of the
business conducted under
the Licence is Gourmet
The days on which and the
hours during which liquor
is sold under the licence
are Monday to Wednesday
Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday
The application may be
inspected during ordinary
offce hours at the offce of
the Napier District Licensing
Agency at the Civic Centre,
Hastings Street, Napier.
Any person who is entitled
to object and who wishes
to object to the grant of
the application may, not
later than 10 working days
after the date of the frst
publication of this notice in
The Napier Mail Newspaper,
fle a notice in writing of the
objection with the Secretary
of the Napier District
Licensing Agency at Private
Bag 6010, Napier 4142.
This is the second
publication of this notice.
Tamatea Community Church,
Angela Reade - Civil Defence
Preparedness & the
Saturday 30th July
Tree Planting -Tutira
Taradale Clock 8.30am
Wellesley Rd 8.50am
Give names at meeting or phone
844 9358 on Friday before noon
BRIDGE - the "CHESS of CARDS"
BEGINNERS and refresher LESSONS at the Napier
Bridge Club commencing Monday 13th June 7-9pm;
held in a friendly and relaxed environment. To register, or
just find out more, please call Lyn 844-6206, Ian
844-7872 or email the Club firstname.lastname@example.org All
welcome! singles and couples.
BRAIN INJURY ASSN
KNOW SOMEONE WITH BRAIN INJURY? Education &
Support Meeting, learn to gain coping strategies for
dealing with people who hav a Brain Injury. 2nd August
at 7pm, HEADWAY HOUSE 605 Willowpark Rd Sth.
HASTINGS Enquiries phone 878 6875
Citizens Advice Bureau Napier
WANT A REAL, LIVE PERSON TO TALK TO?
SOMEONE WHO CAN LISTEN, ADVISE AND DISCUSS
YOUR OPTIONS? Our services are free and confidential
with trained, friendly, people ready and willing to help.
NO problem is too big or small. Behind the Community
Service Rooms, Memorial Square, opposite new Breakers
Restaurant. Ph 835-9664. We open Monday to Friday 9am
to 4 pm. FREE LEGAL service, Saturday mornings (except
holiday weekends) 9.30 to 10.30 am.
JP Service on Tuesday from 1st March 10am to 12 no
appointment. Thursday afternoon by appointment.
Co-operative - Meeanee Playgroup
Lounge too small now the children are growing? Sounds
like you need Meeanee Playgroup, operated on a co-
operative model. Adults take turns with activities, set-up,
clean-up & lock-up after your group. Join an existing
group or start your own, only $2 per family! Enquiries
DIABETES NZ HAWKES BAY
Providing information, support and education in Hawkes
Bay, community talks, radio kidnappers monthly programme,
resources and books to borrow and more! Old Council
Building, 1 Lee Rd, Taradale Phone 845-3912 Information
and Support Session Friday 15th July 10am--12noon at
Hastings RSA, downstairs meeting room. All Welcome.
DOVE Hawke's Bay
Violence and abuse in the family is NEVER acceptable.
DOVE Hawke s Bay supports victims and abusers to SAY
NO TO FAMILY VIOLENCE. For support and programmes
focused on safety and building respectful relationships
phone 843 5307. Stop the hurting. Start the healing.
Drop in Centre
For lonely people who need someone to talk to, those
needing prayer or to relax and enjoy complimentary cuppa
with biscuits at All Saints Church, Cnr Church and Puketapu
Road, Taradale on Mondays and Tuesdays 10am - 12noon.
Requests for prayers may also be sent by post.
Founders Society Hawke's Bay Branch
This society is made up of decendants of immigrants who
arrived in NZ on or before December 31, 1865. The HB
branch has 150 members meeting approx every 2 month
for Sunday meeting/lunch/outing. $25per annum to join.
Interested in joining this society? Call Richard 876-7616
FREE Literacy Help
As many as 1 in 5 adults can't read this. At Literacy
Aotearoa Hawke s Bay adults learn to improve their
reading, writing , spelling or maths and how to deal with
daily situations. Learn what you want. It won t cost you!
Call us 835-5544 or email email@example.com
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A NATURAL
Please phone or email us to book in for a Supervised
Naturopathic Teaching Clinic with graduating students at
Lotus Holistic Centre. Consultations are free. Charges for
blood tests, herbal remedies and supplements may apply.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, August-November 2011.
FUTURECOL TRAINING COLLEGE
Hospitality Training and Qualifications: Food Hygiene,
LCQ, H.A.C.C.P Planning, Barista, Customer Service
plus others to meet local Council compliancy or staff
training requirements. For course details delivered at
either our Ellison Road, Hastings Campus or Herschell
Street, Napier Training Centre: contact us 06 878-5428
God created us and loves us.
His ten commandments summarised: Love God above all
else. Love those around you as you love yourself. Our
bodies die, but our souls (thoughts/morals, etc) live on to
one day face God s judgment. Prepare now, life without
God will be hell. Lyle 842-2244, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grey Power Napier and Districts
Grey Power meets every 3rd Tuesday of each month at
1.30pm at the Tamatea Community Church, 1 York
Avenue, Tamatea. For further information please phone
Jane McGuffie 835 4476 Grey Power --- the active
organisation for the over 50's
Any Cars Wanted
ALIVE OR DEAD
Vans 4x4s Utes Trucks
$$$ TOP CASH PAID $$$
FREE REMOVAL 24/7
0800 123 666
Shells @ Garden
72 Bridge St, Ph 835 1222
HIRE A HUBBY
Franchises available in your
$40,000+GST. Call Hutch
Childrens Martial Arts
Want your child to learn more than kick and punch. Want
your child to learn to make good decisions? Want them to
cope with negative peer pressure? Respect, focus, self-
discipline? Compassion for others? For your child then
call us 844 4059 or visit www.twincitymartialarts.co.nz
Always carry a survival pack
in the car, including food,
drink and a blanket.
Carry chains with you, as
well as old sacks or bits of
carpet which can prove a real
face-saver when you get
stuck -- in mud and rain as
well as snow and ice.
Ensure your phone battery
is fully charged, and you have
an in-car charger. Your
phone could be your only safe
contact for recovery.
Carry a shovel in case you
need to dig yourself out of
Consider fitting winter
tyres, and even if you don't,
have your summer tyres
checked. Winter driving
means tyres should have no
less than 3 millimetres of
remaining tread and prefer-
Even when it's not icy or
snowing, grip is at a real pre-
mium in winter conditions
and a tyre with only the legal
minimum tread depth dis-
places as much as 85 per cent
less water than a new tyre. If
your tyres are on the edge of
needing to be replaced, act
now rather than run the risk
of losing grip or aquaplaning
on the road.
Adjust your driving style to
the conditions, and be sen-
sible in rain, snow and ice.
While ice and snow are
obvious hazards, it's often the
invisible threat of black ice
that can cause the biggest
problems. Areas shaded from
the sun, like beside shelter
belts and on roads with
overarching evergreen trees,
are where black ice is most
likely to catch you out.
A clue you are on black ice
is when all goes quiet in the
car and you can't hear any
tyre noise. If you find your-
self in this situation, don't
brake or make any sudden
steering changes, but ease off
the accelerator and proceed
slowly and smoothly.
Skidding in snow or ice can
easily occur, even at low
speeds. If it does happen,
never brake. In the event of a
front-wheel skid in a front-
wheel drive car, come gently
off the accelerator and steer
the front wheels in the direc-
tion you wish to go.
For a rear wheel skid, steer
into the skid -- in the direc-
tion the rear of the car is
The stopping distance for a
car travelling at 50kmh is
more than twice as long in icy
weather as in normal con-
ditions, so keep a greater dis-
tance between you and the
car ahead. When driving in
slippery conditions, acceler-
ate, brake and change gear
smoothly, so traction is less
likely to be broken.
Cool shots: Photographer Grant Reaburn sent in these photos of
Molly the dog sheltering outside her snowed-in home in Puketitiri
Mr Reaburn, who lives at Puketitiri, said when he went to bed
about midnight on Sunday there was snow, but when he awoke
about 6.30am he was greeted by a winter wonderland, with snow
falling until at least noon.
He said two feet of snow had fallen in some places, and there had
been also been snow falls at Patoka.
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