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YMCA LADIES WALK GROUP 35th
To be held on Tuesday, 8 October 2013 at 11.00am
At the Cabbage Tree in Dunns Road, Otatara
All past and present members most welcome
Transport can be arranged
Joan Sutherland Phone 218-8738
Or Joan Tuffery Phone 216-7377
$250 up to $1000 any cars
$500 up to $5000 vans, utes, 4WD trucks
Damaged, mechanical problems,
deregistered, no WOF
NO PROBLEM, ALL WELCOME
Pacific Auto Parts Limited
Freephone 0800 42 42 49
Landline (03) 488 3201
0800 55 55 17
Top up your Income!
• Retired, at home with children?
• Could you use an extra $50 -$200pw?
• Deliver & collect 120-150 catalogues pw
• Car, phone, internet and happy smile required
Keep fit and turn your spare time into CASH!
Ph 0800 500 005 or www.homecaredirect.co.nz
Open 7 days
Rhodo plants for sale
254 Myross Road, Invercargill
Ph (03) 230-4407
BUSINESS WITH A HEART FOR SALE
We are looking for motivated Franchise
Owners in the Invercargill area.
Earn money while helping
Realistically priced. Perfect for empty nesters
or if it's time for a new challenge. Join one of
NZ's fastest growing franchises
with potential in this growth sector.
Apply online at
Dunedin Wednesday, 18 September 8-10am Arai te Uru Marae
Invercargill Wednesday, 18 September 2-4pm Te Tomairangi Marae
It's been more than 50 years since the Māori Community Development Act was passed.
After holding an Inquiry into the Act and listening to submissions, the Māori Affairs
Parliamentary Select Committee suggested changes be examined for the roles and funding
• New Zealand Māori Council and Māori Associations;
• governance of Māori Wardens;
• and provisions for Community Officers.
Government is now holding a comprehensive consultation on the Māori Community
Development Act 1962. Feedback is being gathered at nineteen public Consultation Hui
being held across the country throughout September and by written submissions.
A discussion paper and fact sheets are available from your local Te Puni Kōkiri office or by
going online to www.tpk.govt.nz and clicking on "MCDA Have Your Say".
The details for the Dunedin and Invercargill Hui are:
Written submissions are due by Monday 30 September 2013, 5pm and can be sent by:
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Post to: Māori Community Development Act 1962 Consultation
C/- Te Puni Kōkiri, Freepost 157031, Wellington, 6140
Public Consultation on the
Māori Community Development Act 1962
PHONE 03 211 1101
FAX 03 218 9239
classifieds FIND WHAT YOU NEED,
SELL WHAT YOU DON T
FIND OUT how to earn
$100 to $1,000 per month
Free information evening.
6.30pm Wednesday, 18
September. Contact Tracy
217-7711 or (027) 660-5442.
Sat 14th Sept, 10am -- 1pm,
192 Spey St, Invercargill.
Find out about home help
options and health
Up to $300 in your
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Toyota Hiace, Hilux,
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Mitsubishi vans &
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0800 660 020 or
Free-range, mixed tray
of 30, $14 delivered
(03) 239-5555 or
HAVING a Party? Need a
Costume? Looking for a
We can courier New Zea-
KINDLING, $4 for 5kg
bag, free delivery in
Invercargill. Please phone
Trades and Services
GARDENER, gardens need
a tidy, shrubs need prun-
ing, weeds need spraying.
Call Sally (027) 408-5916
FIREWOOD, Bone dry
blocks, 5 bags $30, 11 bags
$60 delivered. Phone
LOVE IS IN THE AIR
TIRED of being alone?
Think you're too busy to
find someone? Let us make
it easy. We have people of all
ages throughout NZ waiting
to meet you. Join now call
03 455 9300 or 022 455 9300
AT BRIDGES Matchma-
kers. We know so many
wonderful people all look-
ing for their special
partner, we are sure to
know someone great for
you! Call today, meet as
soon as tonight!
Ph 0800 856 640 till 7pm
Matchmaker exp since 1989
SPEED-DATING, 20 Sept,
26-42yrs, Ladies Wanted
call Jane 021 100 5771.
Phone 211 1101
DIABETES NZ SOUTHLAND INC
Inquiries - Phone 217-4938.
Help me make a difference to our Community
Authorised by Lloyd McCallum, 1100 Wilsons Crossing, 1 RD, Winton
Racing for life: Cancer survivor Mike Piper speaks at the Relay for Life launch on Tuesday night.
Photo: NICOLE GOURLEY 628398968
Sprint for spots
Almost half the team spots for the 2014 Relay for Life, the
24-hour walking relay raising funds for the Cancer
Society, were snapped up on opening night.
Invercargill deputy mayor Darren Ludlow officially
opened team registrations for the fundraising event at a
launch on Tuesday evening at the Civic Theatre, and team
members rushed to secure their preferred spots around
the Rugby Park track.
About 50 teams registered on the night of the launch, with
120 team spots available in total.
Cancer survivor Mike Piper also spoke about his
experiences with the disease at the launch.
Exercise and a positive attitude had helped him in his
battle, he said.
''Be positive -- these things are only a little blip on the way
Registered teams will spend the next few months
fundraising before tackling the challenge of the 24-hour
walking relay, broken into 30 minute chunks, in March
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