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Why you should buy a home?
HHere are seven great reasons why we believe
owning a home is important for you.
IT FEELS GOOD
The feeling of paying off your own home gives
you and your family a feeling of pride and
satisfaction. Having a home creates a feeling of
belonging. Home is where you are always
welcome. No-one can come into your home
without your permission. It's your castle.
IT GIVES YOU FINANCIAL SECURITY
Saving can be hard. Buying a home is a great
form of saving as each payment takes you closer
to the day when you achieve total ownership. Your
home soon becomes your greatest financial asset.
IT KEEPS YOUR FAMILY TOGETHER
Your home is the foundation for your family
unit. As your children grow, they will feel secure
- because home is always 'there'. The welcome
light will remain on until all the family is home
each night. Homes make families better.
IT OCCUPIES YOU
You don't occupy a home as much as the home
occupies you. There is always something to do
around the home. You and your family will
enjoy thousands of hour at home.
IT TAKES CARE OF YOU
When you are sad, your home will lift your
spirits. When you are ill, your home will comfort
you. When you go away, you will miss your
home. When you come home, you will feel that
special warmth only a home can give. Your
home is your sanctuary.
IT RECORDS YOUR LIFE
A home is full of memories. The word 'home'
is a positive word. When you think of home
you think of all the dreams, the fun and the
great times. Your home has special feelings.
From the scent of the garden to the way the sun
enters your favourite room, your home triggers
YOUR HOME IS YOU
You belong at home. Your home is part of
you. It's the heart of your life, a part of your
soul. It's the anchor of your family's togetherness.
You, your family and your home are as one.
Buying a home will be one of the great joy's of
your life! We can help you make those first steps.
For information about
buying a home call Cox
Partners on 835-4321. Ask
for a free copy of our book
"BUYING YOUR HOME"
Malcolm Cox, 835-4321
Malcolm Cox on Property
For domestic and business security
enquiries contact falcon electrical.
Ph: 843 6383
Candidate for Napier
Candidate for Tuki Tuki
• Crown Ownership of Foreshore and Seabed
• Keep our assets
• Repeal the Emissions Trading Scheme
• Binding Referenda
• Remove the ban on light smacking
• Get prisoners working
• Alcohol reform -- including raising the purchasing age to 21
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and travelled less than 100,000km
We'll buy your vehicle
Even if you don't buy one of ours
The Taradale Friends
of the Library group
are holding a Meet the
Author event where
three Hawke s Bay
authors will be speak-
ing about their works
on Thursday, Novem-
ber 24 at 7pm.
The writers are Adele
Rutherford and Charity
Entry is by gold coin
donation, all funds
raised by the group go
towards the ongoing
support of the library
Contact Sue Siddles
Monty Python for Napier
Monty Python fans are in for a treat
with Spamalot planned as the next
major show for the Napier Operatic
Society, directed by Valda Peacock.
The musical is based on the 1975
film Monty Python and the Holy
Grail. As well as character actors,
singers and dancers, Peacock is look-
ing for a chorus of six men and six
women to be part of this irreverent
parody of Arthurian legend. The
show boasts a chorus line of dancing
divas and knights, flatulent French-
men, killer rabbits and a legless
knight, who all sing and dance.
Auditions, November 26 and 27,
Tabard Theatre, Ahuriri, ph. Mary
Crook 845 4522, nos.org.nz.
Littlies to get new gear
enjoying the day
More than 400 people attended a
Community Fun Day recently to
celebrate the play park taking
shape on Pirimai s Allen Berry
More than $1000 was raised,
meaning the community has
reached its $24,000 target for
playground equipment for under
seven-year-olds to complement
other play gear already installed.
The new equipment will be
installed at a community working
bee on December 2 and 3. At the
Day, sponsored by
Church and Creative Communi-
ties, the crowd enjoyed music by
Napier band Old Man s Beard,
and dramatic dances from
Flaxmere dance troupe Rezpect.
Other donors include the Endea-
vour Trust, Eastern and Central
Community Trust, Green-
meadows Rotary, Printstock and
New World, Onekawa.
Public response was overwhelming
By BRIAN HALL
Napier Neighbourhood Support
An unusually high number of
burglaries from urban and
rural properties have been
recorded the past two months
in the Napier Police District.
This does not reflect the
huge planning and time input
I see Napier Police putting
into this. I know our Neigh-
bourhood Support members
are also monitoring and
reporting to police suspicious
activity with some success.
If you see or hear anything
suspicious, do something.
Dial 111 if you can see it
happening, or if it is after the
event dial Napier Police on
Cover the basics, locking
doors and windows and not
leaving valuable items out on
display for all to see from the
street. Do not leave keys in
the locks, especially if you
have a cat door.
The second item is lessons
learnt from the Christchurch
Support Groups were a valu-
able contribution to streets
and suburbs providing sup-
port to each other. The phone
and email tree established for
each group allowed quicker
Napier is now encouraging
groups to act together and
pool resources in the event of
This month I have learnt a
lesson. Do not have a great
article in the Napier Mail and
post a newsletter to members
in the same week. The res-
ponse from Napier citizens
has been overwhelming.
The first day instead of one
or two messages on my
answer phone, I had 31, plus
17 emails. Thank you Napier
Mail for promoting Neigh-
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