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ANZAC DAY 2011
Monday 25 April
Dawn Parade in Ngaiotonga
0530 hrs - RSA Clubrooms Open
0600 hrs - Bus departs for Ngaiotonga
0650 hrs - Parade Fall In
0700 hrs - Service commences at Marae
Bus returns to Russell after proceedings
Note:-Asmallparty representing the Russell RSA will visit Rawhiti
Marae while the Dawn Parade is in progress in Ngaiotonga. They
will raise the NZ Flag and play the Last Post before returning to
Civic Parade in Russell
1030 hrs - Parade Fall In outside the Russell RSA -
1050 hrs - Parade marches to the Cenotaph
1100 hrs - Citizens Service at the Cenotaph
1130 hrs - Parade marches to Christ Church
Church Service at Hazard Grave & Commemoration
1145 hrs - Church Service at Christ Church
Remainder of Parade marches back to theRussell RSA
1230 hrs Participants move to Long Beach Cemetery via
bus and cars
1245 hrs approx - Service at Long Beach Cemetery
1330 hrs approx - Parade falls in at Bowling Club and
march back to the RSA
Function at RSA - RSA & Affiliated Members, Parade
Participants, and Invited Guests
Fullers Ferries will give you free passenger
transportation on Anzac Day on presentation of your
RSA membership card. "Thanks Fullers"
SEPTAGE DISPOSAL CHARGES
Notice is given that the Council has resolved to introduce a charge
of $40.00 per m of septage which is discharged to the septage
disposal facilities to be established at the Kawakawa, Kaikohe,
Kaitaia and Rawene Waste Water Treatment Plants.
The purpose of the charge is to cover the cost of the management
of the sludge which accumulates within the Waste Water Treatment
Plant ponds as a result of the discharge of sewage from on-site
sewage disposal facilities, as well as the cost of the infrastructure to
provide the facilities.
A copy of the Statement of Proposal, and submission form, in respect
of this matter may be obtained from any Council Service Centre or
Library, or from the consultation page of the Council s website.
Anybody interested in the proposal is welcome to lodge a submission
in respect of the Council s intention to introduce this charge.
Submissions are to be in writing addressed to:
The Chief Executive
Far North District Council
Private Bag 752
Or by visiting the Council s website www.fndc.govt.nz
Submissions are to be received by 4.00pm Monday, 16 May 2011.
Any submitter who so requests will be given an opportunity to speak
to the Council in support of their submission at the Council meeting
scheduled for Thursday, 26 May 2011.
All enquiries should be directed to Stephen Cooper freephone
0800 920 029.
Art Exhibition Invitation
(Little Legends raising funds for
When: 14th April
Where: Little Legends Preschool
464 Kerikeri Road
Children's Artwork for sale by donations --
all funds raised going to the
"Christchurch Earthquake Appeal"
-- LOCAL SUPPLY
OF POPLAR POLES
The Northland Regional Council is seeking a local partner to supply
2000 to 5000 poplar poles annually over the next five years to help
prevent and control erosion in Northland.
Information on poplar poles -- including our specifications, suitable
areas and soil types -- can be viewed at any regional council office,
on our website www.nrc.govt.nz/poplars or by contacting
Wayne Teal, Land Management Advisor on 0800 002 004.
Expressions of interest close at 3.00pm Friday, 13 May 2011. A
closed tender process may follow.
Te Ahuareka o Ngati Hine -
Ngati Hine would like to thank all the sponsors, school groups,
Kohanga Reo, Early Childhood Centre s kapa haka,
entertainers, supporters, workers and the whanau whanui
who made this year s Te Ahuareka o Ngati Hine - the Ngati
Hine festival a great success.
Once again, thousands of people turned up at the Otiria
Marae over the two days and were able to relax and enjoy the
extravaganza of entertainment and to make good on the
theme of the festival which was tatai hono or strengthening
relationships and on our key goals:
• To strengthen relationships and unity
• To celebrate achievement and success
• To uphold and uplift the culture and language of Ngati Hine
• To have fun
In particular we would like to thank our key sponsors: Te Puni
Kokiri, The University of Auckland, Amokura, the Ngati Hine
Health Trust and He Puna Marama Trust.
We are also very grateful to the many local businesses that
provided goods and products as giveaway prizes. Please
know that we are very appreciative of your kind support.
To the stall holders, thank you for providing such a wide
variety of food and information for the people. Tino pai rawa
Also, a big thank you once again to the Otiria marae for
allowing us the use of the marae complex and to our hard
working Maori Wardens who once again provided much
Once more we extend our gratitude to you all for your great
support and we look forward to next years Te Ahuareka o
Ngati Hine - the Ngati Hine festival.
Ka nui te mihi ki a koutou katoa i whai whakaaro ki te tautoko
i te kaupapa, tutuki noa.
ˉ rero - he haramai tetahi a
(The Organising Committee)
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KERIKERI HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY 6th MAY 2011
This is our major annual fundraising
activity and we would appreciate yoursupport of our students
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PUBLIC SKATING IN THE HOLIDAYS
Waipapa Sports Stadium
Harmony Lane, Waipapa
Monday April 18th to Sunday May 1st
Starts: 2pm - 4pm everyday except
Thursdays 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Price: $5.00 Entry
$2.00 Skate Hire
Learn to skate with Deanna Pielak-Jones a professional
skating coach who will be available during the sessions
Enquiries 401 4773
Nau Mai Haere Mai
Paihia War Memorial Hall
Tuesday 19th April 7pm
3 p.m. Saturday
7th May, 2011
Aroha Island Ecological
Rangitane Rd, Kerikeri
09 405 1244
OUR GUEST SPEAKER
IS WAYNE BROWN
HIHI OLIVE ESTATE
Hihi Rd, Mangonui
For all processing &
pressing requirements for
2011 olive season. Small or
large quantities catered for.
"Your Olives Your Oil"
For booking please
Olive NZ Certified
BAY OF ISLANDS FOOD
(Kerikeri & Paihia Farmers Market)
Annual General Meeting
BOIFG will hold its AGM on
Sunday 5th June 2011 at 1pm
Red Cross Hall
Butler Road, Kerikeri
All enquiries to the Secretary
Phone 09 407 6567
NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Creative Communities
Local Funding Assessment Committee for the purpose of
allocating Creative Communities Funds is scheduled to take place
on Tuesday, 24 May in Chambers of the Far North District Council,
Memorial Avenue, Kaikohe commencing at 9.30am.
Funding Application Forms are available on our web site or at the
following Service Centres and Libraries: Kaitaia, Kawakawa, Kerikeri,
Rawene, Kaikohe and Kaeo.
Applications must be received at the Kaikohe office,
Memorial Avenue, Kaikohe no later than 4.00pm Friday,
6 May 2011.
Council Advisory Services Manager
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