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NAPIER MAIL, JANUARY 23, 2013
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Ph (06) 835 9669
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ckerel blinds, furniture
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That WOW gift
Buy a loaf and receive a
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One voucher per day • Bread lovers card not included in this offer
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Starting Wednesday 23rd Jan we have
20%-50% off everything in the Garden
Centre - be in quick - don't miss out.
Don't forget we have venues to hire
for that special occasion.
Love you loving us
Liz and the team
10a West Pl, Taradale.
Ph Garden Centre (06) 844 9596
Cafe (06) 844 6856
AND WILD ROSES CAFE...
Songs from the shows
Cornwall Park Hastings
Broadway to the Met
Sunday January 27th, 3 -- 5pm
Broadway to the Met at Cornwall January 27th
Duo's at Cornwall February 3rd
Country at Cornwall February 10th
Brass, Pipes and Drums at Cornwall February 17th
Naked Gun at Cornwall February 24th
Cornwall Park Hastings, 3 -- 5pm
if wet held at Opera House Plaza
Paint the Park art exhibition and art sale
Enquires to Creative Hastings 878 9447
A team Playing
6pm • 23rd Jan
Under 14 free
Kinetic Electrical HB United v's
Father and son: Sea lion Makea is the second animal death at Marineland in two
fatal for Rufus
The death of eight-year-old Marine-
land sea lion Rufus on December 9
was caused by the ingestion of a
small stone, which became lodged at
the junction of his small and large
intestines, said Marineland vet
The autopsy result was released
on Friday, seven days after a second
sea lion died at the facility.
The obstruction caused Rufus to
become unwell very quickly and was
evident in his signs of nausea, vomit-
ing and pain, Mr Lintott said.
Rufus died due to complications
caused by the ingestion and lodge-
ment of the stone.
The second Marineland sea lion,
Makea, died on January 11 after
being unwell for several days.
Mr Lintott was called after it
became disinterested in food and he
monitored it during the next few
The 22-year-old animal was diffi-
cult to medicate because of his
unwillingness to eat, said Mr
He called on Massey University
veterinarians who sent a team to
Napier, along with support staff and
and specialist equipment including
X-ray machines and scanners.
Makea did not recover from the
general anaesthetic to enable an
initial examination and assessment.
An autopsy was performed while
the Massey specialist team was at
Marineland, to determine the cause
Con artist doing rounds
Retailers should be on the lookout
for a man approaching businesses
saying he is owed money, say police.
A male claims he is owed money
by the boss, for meat or raffle tickets
(including crayfish) and (wants) to
be paid from the till, Senior Con-
stable Bruce Miller says.
He will seem friendly and confi-
dent and may pretend to ring the
boss on his phone.
Another ruse is approaching peo-
ple on the street or businesses, offer-
ing to sell cheap seafood or meat.
He will take payment for the
meat but not deliver the next day as
he will promise to.
Mr Miller warned people not to
pay anything if approached in this
way, and in the case of retail staff,
just say you are not happy with pay-
ing out any money without the boss
Ask him to leave then notify
police, taking note of what he is
wearing, his direction of travel and
any vehicle particulars able to be
spree by a trio of Haw-
ke s Bay women
involved $1000 of goods
from Porirua shops.
On December 23,
Jhermaine Cripps, 25,
Jamie-Lee Tamati, 27,
and Dawina Ropotini,
26, allegedly stole the
items. They appeared in
the Napier District
Court last week. Cripps
was remanded in cus-
tody. Ropotini, also in
custody, pleaded guilty.
Tamati was remanded
on bail without plea.
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