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NAPIER MAIL, JANUARY 30, 2013
4 GRAND YEARS.
4 GRAND WEEKS.
Finding an excuse to celebrate was a piece of cake.
It's our 4th birthday at New World Greenmeadows and
we're celebrating by giving away 4 prizes of $1000.
Spend $25 or more to go into the draw for 1 of 4 $1000
grocery vouchers. 1 lucky winner so far, 3 to go!
9 Gloucester Street, Greenmeadows, phone 844 6240
25 Munroe Street,
Phone 835 4540 -- Open 7 days
Highly Concentrated Nutritional Properties
in Deer Velvet
• Arthritic pain
• Muscle recovery
• Skin disorders
• General well-being
The sale is going great - 20% - 50% off
everything in the Garden Centre,
we have decided to continue it for you.
Don't forget our yummy smoothies at the Cafe.
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...
If wet held at Opera House Plaza
Ph 835 6895 Napier
For domestic and business security
enquiries contact falcon electrical.
Ph: 843 6383
CRAFTS FOR KIDS.
Visit our shop at
Unit 10, 45 Austin St, Onekawa
next to Carlyle Motors
Thurs, Fri, Sat 10 till 4
Ph (06) 976 0440 sorry, no eftpos
Got a news tip?
Call 835 5553 or
Buy a loaf and receive a
Block Loaf FREE!!!
One voucher per day • Bread lovers card not included in this offer
54 Dickens Street, Napier. Phone 835 3418
Horticulture heroes support the cup
John and Vicki Bostock have put
their hands up to sponsor the prem-
ier New Zealand Horse of the Year
Show trophy, awarded to the Show-
jumper of the Year.
The JB Olympic Cup is the prem-
ier trophy at the Hawke's Bay show,
run annually in March, and the most
sought-after title on the nation's
The Horse of the Year Show is a
premium attraction that brings huge
economic benefit to the Bay,'' Mr
Bell Tea would also continue to
support the three-day event.
Nash eyes on Napier seat
It was a tough decision, but
Stuart Nash has decided not to
stand for Napier mayor in this
year's local body elections --
instead opting for the national
He will seek to represent
Napier for the Labour Party in
next year's national elections,
and is convinced he can unseat
incumbent Chris Tremain.
I thought long and hard
about standing for mayor, ask-
ing myself if I can do more work
for the people of Napier as
mayor or as, say, the economic
development minister. In the
end I felt I could do more with a
role in central government,
working for the regions.
He had the support of the
Napier's electorate committee,
which would back his request to
the Labour Party council for
nominations for the Napier seat
to be called early.
The only fly in the ointment
is this year's census, which elec-
torate boundaries are based on.
But there will always be a seat
called Napier, so I'm hoping we
can go ahead with nominations.''
Nominations were normally
called inside 12 months from an
We think we can win the seat
and we want to go early and go
hard. But we'll just have to
await [the council's] response.''
Festivities celebrate Waitangi Day
Big day: Kapa haka held during Waitangi Day celebrations at Hawke's
Bay Regional Sports park drew huge crowds last year.
There will again be two major
events in Hawke's Bay to cele-
brate Waitangi Day next
For the fourteenth year the
Waitangi Festival Clive Com-
mittee is organising its Wai-
tangi Day event, but adding as
many new attractions as money
and manpower will allow'', said
chairwoman Lily Baker.
Getting to the Clive cele-
bration is part of the event, with
a hikoi and bikois''.
The hikoi led by Henare
O'Keefe would leave from Wai-
patu Marae, while two hikois on
bikes would leave from Oak
Avenue in Hastings and The
Aquarium in Napier, all meeting
at Farndon Park in Clive.
Waka rides, a signing of the
Treaty of Peace and Unity,
rides, food stalls and a talent
quest were just some of the
attractions that would be on
offer, said Ms Baker.
Kahungunu will again hold
their kapa haka and sports day
on Waitangi Day, at the Haw-
ke's Bay Regional Sports Park
in Percival Road, Hastings.
Last year the event attracted
upwards of 7000 people and was
touted very successful'', by
event manager Te Rangi Huata.
As well as the kapa haka, this
year's event would again include
entertainment, arts and crafts
stalls, social team sports, and
Contact Te Rangi Huata
Tatau Tatau E, see
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