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027 601 5887
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Mane Edge Hair Design
Open Monday through to Friday.
23 Cleddau Street Te Anau.
Phone Karen for an appointment 249 7157
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Last week’s Crossword Solution
ACROSS: 1 Ideal, 4 Russian roulette, 14 Futon, 15 Grout, 16 Stereotype, 17 Gecko, 19 Eel, 20 Factual, 21 Replenish, 22 Linger, 25 Hampering, 27 Values,
28 Evicts, 33 Bewitching, 35 Fur, 36 Differ, 37 Heir, 39 Tar, 41 Pigtail, 42 Bikini, 43 Manchuria, 44 Gaffe, 45 Enormous, 50 Do, 51 Fabulous, 55 Alibi,
58 Outwitted, 59 Leader, 60 Parched, 61 Gnu, 63 Exit, 64 Supple, 65 Tag, 66 Endangered, 68 Plenty, 69 Behind, 71 Repeating, 76 Prefer, 77 Consulted,
79 Wrought, 81 Duo, 84 Prize, 85 Autocratic, 86 Limps, 87 Crest, 88 Get the upper hand, 89 Cycle.
DOWN: 2 Dorsal, 3 Adult, 5 Up to, 6 Surgeon, 7 Atolls, 8 Rayon, 9 Utensil, 10 Edgy, 11 Tactic, 12 Steer, 13 Endless, 14 Forgive, 18 Cappuccino, 23 Drain,
48 Untrue, 49 Dirge, 50 Diluted, 52 Brainstorm, 53 Lectern, 54 Uneven, 55 Adapted, 56 Cargo, 57 Fete, 62 Edged, 67 Attempt, 68 Predict, 70 Isolate,
72 Eyelash, 73 Beside, 74 Cliché, 75 Chapel, 76 Posed, 78 Set up, 80 Unity, 82 Tent, 83 Sign.
DEAD OR ALIVE!
$100 up to $500 — Any Cars
$300 up to $5,000 — Utes, Vans, Trucks, etc.
DEREGISTERED, DAMAGED, MECHANICAL
NO WOF NO PROBLEM - FREE REMOVAL
Keep It Local — PHONE (03) 488-3201
WANTED TO BUY
300 4 Trax
Ph Lex (03) 249 7582
WANTED TO BUY POSSUM
McKitterick 03 225 4244
or 021 307 505
TWO SINGLE BEDS one wire
base, one box base both
Breadmaker and fridge
/freezer Ph: 03 249 7779
WANTED TO BUY
FIORDLAND ROTARY CLUB
meets Thursdays, 6pm, Te Anau
Club Cnr Pop Andrew Dr. Ph Mary
(H) 03 249 8984, (W) 03 249
TE ANAU SMALL BORE RIFLE
CLUB meets Wednesdays,
7.30pm, Fiordland Community
Events Centre. All gear supplied.
Phone (w) 249 7146 (h) 249
Southern Discoveries is one of New Zealand’s premium
tourism operators, with products and services in Milford
Sound, Te Anau and Queenstown. Due to rapid company
expansion, an opportunity has arisen for a Human
Resources professional to join our team.
Reporting to the General Manager, the ideal applicant will be
Purebred, ready now
Phone 03 248 7701
TE ANAU YOGA Community
Room, Medical Centre. For class
times and cancellations ph:
2497170 or visit teanauyo-
THE KEY PLAYCENTRE, FREE
attendance, ages 0-6 years,
Monday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day 9.15am - 12.15pm during
School term, Enquiries to Alisa
Speight (03) 249 8816
RIVERTON FILM SOCIETY Film
Screening on the second Sunday
of the month, 7pm at the
Riverton Community Arts Centre.
$10 Casuals. Phone Emma (03)
Te Anau Plunket Room Hire -
Birthday party or community
meeting? Hire our rooms, $15
half day or $25 full day. We also
have a bouncy castle for hire with
our rooms for $50. Ph Kerry
Rayfeild 249 4214
TE ANAU PLUNKET Hire
Equipment, Highchairs, monitors,
baby gates, fireguards,
backpacks. Hire for a day, week,
month or a year. Ph Katie Jones
SANTA'S LITTLE HELPERS INK
Start thinking about your floats.
Santa Parade Sat 13th Dec 2pm
THE GRACE PLACE (Formerly
'The Shed') Now in new building
behind Lakeside Church, 112 Te
Anau Tce. Open Sat 10am - 2pm.
Recycled clothing, books, toys,
bedding, household items etc.
Donations of good quality items
gratefully accepted. Drop off on
Fri 1pm - 3pm, on Sat before
TE ANAU TOY LIBRARY
Plunket Rooms, Luxmore Drive.
Open Tue and Sat 9:30-10:30.
Enquires to Katie Jones 03 249
6856 or 0275288013. See
Facebook page or http:
LIST YOUR NON PROFIT,
SPORTS OR SERVICE CLUB'S
REGULAR MEETS HERE. Special
Discounted Club Rates Apply. Call
Courtney or Jenny now on 03
2499070 for all the details!
TE ANAU BOWLING CLUB meets
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 1.15 throughout the year.
Visitors and new members
McCandless on 249 8887 for
We are looking for part-time
workers to join our great team.
Applicants should be interested
in all aspects of the shop, be
available to work rotational
rostered Saturdays and have
some flexibility to cover busy times
and staff holidays as required.
The successful applicant will
have an outgoing attitude,
great customer service and
communication skills and
be reliable. Full training
will be given.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
or PO Box 23, Winton. Applications close 6 July.
TE ANAU ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS Weekly meeting.
Tuesday nights 7pm, Fiordland
Health Centre Meeting Room, For
info phone 249 7955 or 249
8866 or 249 5055
COSTUME HIRE AVAILABLE
from Fiordland Players Shed.
Open Wednesdays from 12pm to
2pm on Captain Roberts Road.
OLD FLORAL CARPET,
house lot or smaller
bedrooms or hallways ok. Old
hat pins, buttons, fountain
pens, Deer antlers or
taxidermy animals, old
wooden, old white swan
vases and old picture prints
of lakes, rivers or mountains
etc. Ph Sarah 0278127799
or 03 4434435 Anything old
and interesting considered!
WANTED TO BUY
The Southern Scenic Route
Steering Committee has donated
a GPS to the caretakers of Te Rere
Reserve in the Catlins to assist
their work with rare wildlife.
The gift was made by the
committee with proceeds from
celebrations of the route’s 25th
anniversary in November.
About 500 people attended
a celebration of the 25th
anniversary of the founding of
the Southern Scenic Route at the
Tuatapere Domain in November.
Gold coin donations were collected
on the day and about $500 was
raised to go to an initiative related
to the popular tourist route.
The committee decided to donate
the $500 to the Te Rere Reserve,
near Curio Bay, which is owned
and managed by the Southland
branch of Forest & Bird.
The branch used the donation to
buy a GPS for tracking penguin
and sooty shearwater nests.
Te Rere Reserve caretaker Fergus
Sutherland said the new GPS
was wonderful and would be put
to good use. It would help him
better monitor where penguin and
shearwater nests were in spring,
during the breeding season, and
would also help with keeping
track of trap locations as part of
predator control work.
“Getting back to nests and traps
has always been a hassle so this
GPS is crucial for that. It’ll find a
lot of use,” he said.
Southern Scenic Route Steering
Committee chairperson Tareen
Ellis said the route’s wildlife was
an integral part of its attraction
and the Te Rere project was an
excellent conservation project.
Te Rere Reserve is home to
shearwaters, bush birds, fern
birds and the occasional seal
or sea lion. The Southland branch
of Forest & Bird has been involved
in the reserves’s protection and
restoration for more than 20
Although not generally open to the
public, anyone is welcome to visit
Te Rere Reserve on working days
organised through Forest & Bird
The next working day to be held at
Te Rere Reserve will take place on
Saturday, July 19.
GPS gift to track penguins
Te Rere Reserve caretaker Fergus Sutherland with the new GPS unit gifted by
the Southern Scenic Route Steering Committee to the Catlins project to assist
with its work in the protection of rare wildlife.
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