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Last week’s Crossword Solution
ACROSS: 1 Plate, 4 Brickbat, 9 Detach, 14 Mines, 15 Turn over a new leaf, 17 Panda, 18 Ego, 19 Embrace, 20 Millstone, 21 Soiled, 24 Hairpiece,
25 Intact, 26 Traced, 29 Pharmacist, 31 Mob, 32 Ledger, 33 Lens, 35 Ray, 37 Shut, 39 Insolence, 40 Masculine, 41 Decay, 42 Anaconda, 47 Adherent,
51 Arena, 55 Petroleum, 56 Trumpeter, 58 Page, 59 Let, 60 Ewer, 61 Frenzy, 62 Ire, 63 Compensate, 66 Report, 67 Census, 69 Oscillate, 72 Skimpy,
73 Dissected, 75 Pianist, 77 Elm, 80 Atoll, 81 The luck of the draw, 82 Salon, 83 Trendy, 84 Passport, 85 Beret.
DOWN: 2 Loudmouth, 3 Tenor, 5 Rare, 6 Concise, 7 Bewilderment, 8 Theft, 9 Defunct, 10 Type, 11 Cannon, 12 Unwed, 13 Astound, 14 Mallard,
16 Vaccination, 22 Splits, 23 Academy, 24 Heretic, 25 Inbred, 27 Crevice, 28 Sensed, 30 Told, 32 Lynch, 34 Sweet, 36 Huge, 38 Hen, 42 Ample,
43 Antwerp, 44 Oboe, 45 Dreary, 46 Jelly, 48 Horseradish, 49 Riposte, 50 Nag, 51 Amended, 52 Attics, 53 Queen of clubs, 54 Epic, 57 Temple,
64 Translate, 65 Artisan, 66 Release, 68 Swiftly, 70 Check-up, 71 Uproar, 72 Smell, 74 Steep, 76 Nudge, 78 Clan, 79 Afar.
We are always
looking to buy
If yours is for sale
please call me on
027 220 4162.
a regular basis.
CENTRAL STHD SENIOR
CITIZENS Mon-Indoor bowls
1.30pm; Tue-Euchre 2pm;
Wed-1st & 3rd Wed Concert
meeting; Thur-Indoor bowls
1.30pm; Fri-500 cards 2pm; All
welcome, Info 2368679 or
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
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
SANTA'S LITTLE HELPERS INK
Start thinking about your floats.
Santa Parade Sat 13th Dec 2pm
WANTED TO BUY
Patchwork Supplies - Kiwiana Fabric - Wool
Haberdashery - Ashford Product
Sewing - Alterations - Mending
Open 12.30-4.00 Mon, Wed, Fri or by arrangement
EAR WAX A PROBLEM?
Gail Kirkman RN.
Ph (03) 249 8806
for information & appointments
Micro suction is the safe and effective solution.
Clinic now at
72A Mokonui St.
(The Silver Cottage)
TE ANAU CLAY TARGET
CLUB AGM will be held on
25 June 2014, 7.30pm at
the Te Anau Club. All
members are encouraged to
attend. Your subs must be
up to date to vote. Any
questions, contact Mitch
Whatley on (03) 249-6622
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Te Anau Bowling Club
Would like to thank all of their
2014-15 season sponsors:
AB Lime, Fiordland Pharmacy, Fiordland Aluminium &
Joinery, Evans Freight, Ray White Real Estate, Northern
Southland Transport, The Ranch Bar & Grill, Barnes
Plumbing, Fresh Choice, AWS Legal, Carran Scott
Contracting, Real Journeys, The Fat Duck, Moose Bar,
Crowe Horwath, Te Anau Signs, Te Anau Club and Tracknet.
Thank you for your generous support.
COSY KIWI CRIB style 3
bedroom house to let. Large
single garage. Good fencing.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Prefer long term. Phone 027
TE ANAU SMALL BORE RIFLE
CLUB meets Wednesdays,
7.30pm, Fiordland Community
Events Centre. All gear supplied.
Phone (w) 249 7146 (h) 249
TO LET TE ANAU House, 3
bdrm. Wood burner. No pets,
no smokers. Long term
tenants preferred. Phone 03
249 6628 or 027 600 3231
To be held in August
(date to be confirmed)
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
GOLDEN AGE TE ANAU meets
1.30pm, Mondays, Te Anau Club,
Visitors welcome, Ph 249 8222
TE ANAU YOGA Community
Room, Medical Centre. For class
times and cancellations ph:
2497170 or visit teanauyo-
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!
To join our growing business:
We require an enthusiastic, reliable person who
is able to work well both unsupervised and in a
The successful applicant should own their own
vehicle and hold a full driver’s licence.
Previous cleaning experience is preferred but
not essential as full training will be provided.
Ph (03) 249 6999
or email your CV to
FIORDLAND ROTARY CLUB
meets Thursdays, 6pm, Te Anau
Club Cnr Pop Andrew Dr. Ph Mary
(H) 03 249 8984, (W) 03 249
75 Turbine Drive, Monowai.
Saturday 14th June, 9am.
Household & Retro Items,
Wringer Washing Machine &
Furniture. Ph (03) 225 8267
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:
COSTUME HIRE AVAILABLE
from Fiordland Players Shed.
Open Wednesdays from 12pm to
2pm on Captain Roberts Road.
TE ANAU PLUNKET Facebook
Page- keep up to date with the
latest Plunket events & news at
TE ANAU BOWLING CLUB meets
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 1.15 throughout the year.
Visitors and new members
McCandless on 249 8887 for
WANTED TO BUY POSSUM
McKitterick 03 225 4244
or 021 307 505
STRAW FOR SALE 4x4 round
bales, competitive delivered
price. Phone Lindsay Kirker
027 432 1649.
RIVERTON FILM SOCIETY Film
Screening on the second Sunday
of the month, 7pm at the
Riverton Community Arts Centre.
$10 Casuals. Phone Emma (03)
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
RIFLE SUITABLE FOR Deer
Stalking and maybe from a
boat. Anything considered
and does not have to be mint
condition. Ph Robin 249
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY
Popular Internet safety educator John
Parsons is back in Southland next month
and this time he has a presentation
targeted specifically at adults.
The ILT Foundation, combined Rotary Clubs
of Invercargill and Community Trust of
Southland are hosting the charity luncheon
where Mr Parsons will speak about cyber
crime and how to keep ourselves, our
businesses and the ones we love safe from
Criminals operating in cyber space are
well organised and well-funded. They
are constantly targeting home users,
businesses and government systems.
Everybody is vulnerable to organised
criminals who commit crimes such as
identity theft, selling fake goods and
services and trading information with other
criminals. This includes stolen credit card
details, passwords and malware.
Mr Parsons is an Internet safety and risk
assessment consultant. He has been a
frequent visitor to Southland in recent
years where he has worked with the private
sector, police, schools and health sector,
as well as alongside CYFS, children and
their families. His presentations have been
widely applauded as providing specialist
advice and direction on the safe use of
digital technology communication in an
engaging, informative and realistic way.
His presentation, at the Ascot Park Hotel
on June 20, will promote prevention first,
values-based education which covers the
use of the Internet, protecting yourself
against Internet predators and also
protecting your assets – both personal and
Tickets are $75 each or limited tables
of 10 for $750 and can be purchased
from Poppycock Trust community adviser
Nikki Burns on 027-661-6918 or email
A fundraising auction will follow Mr Parsons’
Cyber threats discussed over charity lunch
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