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Message music to her ears
By Dean Taylor Many people know the Peake children love music, but the farming family from Tiki Road are also mad keen on shing. So when teenager Catherine (13) was told she won the Fish the Primetime Dream competition for a four day charter valued at $13,500 it was music to her ears. NZ Fishing News readers between the age of 10 and 16 were asked to write in no less than 400 words why they would like to sh on one of the countrys top charter vessels, Primetime, what they would like to catch and who they would take and why. Primetimes owner operators John and Samantha Gregory, along with NZ Fishing News editor Grant Dixon, agonised over the selection of the best ve entries to go forward into the nal draw. We trimmed it down to six but could not eliminate another one so they all went into the draw with Catherines name the rst out of the hat, Mr Gregory says. Catherine was a worthy winner and her short but interesting story covered all the entry criteria. She showed a great deal of originality in sending in a painting of Primetime. The judges were impressed with the large number of entries as well as the high standard of work submitted, especially some of the artwork. We would have loved to have given all the entrants a trip but there could only be one winner. The ve runners up as well as the winner will each receive a Primetime backpack, cap and pen set along with a 12 month subscription to NZ Fishing News. Catherine, her father Geoff, sister Gabrielle and brother Tony take the trip from January 14 to 17 next year. Primetime set a new record last season of 168 marlin, and skipper Mr Gregory believes the January trip will see the family get into marlin, good yellown tuna, kingis and hapuka. Catherine says it will be the trip of a lifetime.
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Members of Parliament have been invited to apply for an 18+ card by the Hospitality Association. While MPs are unlikely to be refused service because of youthfulness, the association wanted them to be aware of the integrity of the application process so they could explain it to constituents. Over 50,000 cards have been issued since their inception in December 1999. The cards are a key tool in the industrys battle to ensure minors do not get access to alcohol from licensed premises.
A spectacular orchid display is being staged in the Burchell Pavilion on January 8-9. The orchids will come mainly from the garden of local grower Ewen Perrott and a friend from Tauranga. A door charge of $3 for adults will raise money for the Heart Foundation. Mr Perrott says they hope to ll the Burchell Pavilion at the Information Centre with colourful and impressive orchids, not normally seen at spring orchid shows. The display will open at 9am on both days.
There is a notice of motion to todays Council meeting by Cr Alan Empson related to the Chamber of Commerces petition on heavy trafc. Cr Empson has put forward a notice of motion asking Council to instigate discussions with major heavy trafc operators in Te Awamutu to progress the removal of daytime heavy trafc from Alexandra Street. Local jeweller Ray Hyams, who has been a longtime campaigner for removal of heavy trafc from the main street, offers his alternative on page 8.
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By Grant Johnston The planned western arterial route looks likely to link with Paterangi Road via a direct alignment along the western side of Anchor Park. At its meeting today, Waipa District Council will discuss a report from Opus International Consultants into ve alignment options investigated at the northern end of the western arterial. The western arterial, likely to be constructed in about 10 years time, would remove the majority of heavy trafc currently travelling through the CBD. The recommended option would provide a single connection point to Paterangi Road (rather than entering Alexandra Street further east). From the three most practicable options, the Anchor Park option had an estimated cost of $6.1 million, the same for the Station Road option and $7.6 million for Factory Road option. Anchor Park option scored well for other criteria, including having a lesser impact on existing industrial businesses and the dairy factory and a high travel time saving. This option would directly impact on 11 residences along Raeburne Street. Their owners have been consulted and are reportedly positive about the proposal. The intersection with Paterangi road would be upgraded and there would be some road realignment necessary on Paterangi Road. If Council accepts the option recommended by the report and roading manager Chris Clarke, it will conrm the preferred option for designation, present it to the community and then progress to designation of the entire route.
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WHEY DOWN: a car passes the tipped civil whey tanker on Waikeria Road. By Grant Johnston A tanker containing farm waste tipped over on Waikeria Road on Thursday, spilling its load onto the road reserve. The Civil Whey Distributors (Cambridge) driver pulled over to allow an oncoming truck to pass and the tanker overbalanced and rolled onto the road. The driver was unharmed in the incident. Te Awamutu Volunteer Fire Brigade, St John Ambulance and police attended. Environment Waikato representatives were also called to ensure the load of biomass
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Ray Hyams says 25 years long enough
For the past 25 years Ray Hyams has wanted to see heavy trafc banned from Te Awamutus main street - and he is one of those not keen to wait another 10 years for a major bypass. Mr Hyams took a case to court with police help in 1979 after he witnessed a baby in a pram being showered with cow dung. He says the case was lost, he was shouted at in the street and a truckload of manure was dumped on the back door of his jewellers shop. He hopes the Chamber petition for trucks to be banned from central Alexandra Street during the daytime prompts some action. He has drawn up a plan of his own, which would see trucks kept out of the main street by a detour off Alexandra Street down Mutu Street to Mahoe Street. Id turn Churchill Street and Market Street into one way streets (running north to south) but with no right turns onto them from Mahoe Street. There would be a roundabout at the intersection of Mahoe-ArawataGeorge Streets and linking to Albert Park Drive. This would provide a quicker link for the trucks from the dairy factory and fertiliser/stock companies travelling to and from the south and Pokuru area.
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TUCKEY - James Arthur (Jim). On December 17, 2004, suddenly. Dearly loved husband of Dot and loved Dad of Len, Sharon, Jean, Merla, Keith, Judi, Graham, Rosalie, George, Les, Jimmy, Sue, Vicki, Ross, Paul, Deb, Shane, Rose and Jo. Loved Grandad of many grandchildren. A service for Jim has been held. Te Awamutu Funeral Services Ltd. FDANZ. TUCKEY - James Arthur. Passed away December 17, 2004. Loved father and father-in-law to Len and Sharon. Grandad to Troy and Tarnz, Fiona and Jarrod, and special Poppa to Cadyn, Shaelyn, Jordan, Andre, Liam and Cody. Heaven will be a wetter place with you there!
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FARRELL - Charles Jacob. December 21, 2001. Dear Charlie, three years have come and gone, since you went away, but the aching in my heart knows its always just yesterday. Till we dance again, Nora. JOLLEY - Reginald. Four years ago today. Dearly loved and missed heaps. Your memory will live on in our hearts forever. Win and Heather.
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