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ACROSS: 1 Ashes, 4 Figurine, 9 Jargon, 14 Abuse, 15 More often than not, 17 Fetid, 18 Hop, 19 Mystery, 20 Triggered, 21 Malady, 24 Pretender, 25
Layers, 26 Script, 29 Celebrated, 31 Tot, 32 Degree, 33 Slip, 35 Hue, 37 Bare, 39 North Pole, 40 Trafalgar, 41 Rogue, 42 Foreseen, 47 Globally, 51 Sonic,
55 Unsavoury, 56 Loveliest, 58 Open, 59 Eve, 60 Tart, 61 Stupor, 62 Air, 63 Barefooted, 66 Seethe, 67 Doodle, 69 Northerly, 72 Onrush, 73 Maintains, 75
Fanatic, 77 Rum, 80 Exile, 81 Fit to wake the dead, 82 Often, 83 Snared, 84 Speckled, 85 At sea.
DOWN: 2 Storyline, 3 Event, 5 Idea, 6 Uttered, 7 Inauguration, 8 Ernie, 9 Jittery, 10 Rife, 11 Outlay, 12 Pushy, 13 Seaport, 14 Advance, 16 Forbearance, 22
Pester, 23 Frigate, 24 Precede, 25 Lather, 27 Illegal, 28 Recall, 30 Dahl, 32 Deign, 34 Party, 36 Lamb, 38 Ado, 42 Fault, 43 Reser ve, 44 Save, 45 Equity,
46 Anger, 48 Out of breath, 49 Apology, 50 Lie, 51 Symptom, 52 Cleave, 53 Over and above, 54 Club, 57 Earthy, 64 Extricate, 65 Sharpen, 66 Sparrow, 68
Dwarfed, 70 Ransack, 71 Assign, 72 Omits, 74 Notes, 76 Audit, 78 Near, 79 Cede.
Hi I’m Sarah and I am very excited to announce that
I am one of three who have recently joined the team
at Busy Bodies as an educator. This means we have
We are ministry approved and ERO checked.
Busy Bodies - Home Based Early
Childhood Care and Education
See your child in a warm, caring and stimulating enviroment
Please contact Pam
if you are interested
in flexible childcare
03 249 7333 or 0274484131
spaces available in town or in the
country and we also have limited
spaces available in weekends.
See 11 of Te Anau’s most
Maps available from Cafe La Dolce
Vita from 12.30pm onwards.
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT..
Te Anau School Office or The
Gateway, Town Centre
Limited Ticket Sales on the day. Tour
suitable for ages 14 years and over
Saturday 23rd March
$20 per ticket includes Coffee and
Cake at Cafe La Dolce Vita
Te Anau School PTA Fundraiser
The Council has resolved to advertise the following proposed changes to its Angler’s
Notice which controls the taking of sports fish within its region.
The Council wishes to consider angler’s views before making any final decision on these
matters. Any licence holder may write to the council stating their support or opposition
to these proposals and reasons for so doing. Submitters may attend the Council meeting
on the 11th April 2013 to speak to their submission. Submitters may also suggest other
changes to the angler’s notice in their submission.
Submissions must be made in writing and sent to POBox 159 Invercargill, or to south-
email@example.com by April 1 2013. Please advise if you wish to speak to your
1. Allow salmon to be taken from the Mararoa as in other rivers.
2. Allow spin fishing in the Eglinton River
3. Create a “Spring Fishing Season Opening” beginning 1 September each year for the
lower - mid reaches of our major rivers.
a. Waiau to the Monowai Bridge,
b. Aparima to the Wreys Bush Bridge,
c. Oreti to the Lumsden bridge, and the
d. Mataura to the Otamita Bridge.
4. Allow soft baits in all waters.
5. Allow shellfish to be used as bait.
6. The bag limit on all lakes in Southland to be 2 fish per person per day.
7. Allow bait fishing for junior anglers on the shorelines Lake Te Anau, from the
Upukerora Mouth to the control gates, on Lake Manapouri along Frasers Beach to
Supply Bay, and on the Mavora Lakes.
Proposed changes to the
Southland Region Anglers Notice.
If you are at risk of developing melanoma skin cancer
you owe it to yourself to have a MoleMap.
Act now because the longer you leave it the harder it is to get rid of it.
MoleMap is coming to your area.
Queenstown - March 11th & 12th April 15th & 16th
Lumsden - March 25th
Te Anau - April 24th
Invercargill - clinics weekly
To assess your risk visit
www.molemap.co.nz or phone 0800 MOLEMAP (0800 665362)
This Casual Cleaning position is based at Manapouri
Power Station. We’d like to offer you the chance to
become part of these unique landscapes while ensuring
optimal operating conditions for Transfield Services clients
in the region.
We have an enviable reputation of quality, reliability,
support and safety and have a position available for an
Industrial Cleaner to join our team based in the Manapouri
The successful applicant will become responsible for
executing all cleaning including specialised industrial
cleaning work (e.g. generator turbine pits, oil interceptors
and other restricted spaces that require special
treatment) and will assist the Contract Management
team to achieve goals effectively and efficiently ensuring
customer satisfaction. The cleaning schedule is driven
by client maintenance requirements and must be
performed to standard within strictly limited time periods,
to limit the amount of generator ‘down-time’ experienced
for the network.
For an application form please contact Su Cody on 03 249 9877
or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications to be completed and returned by
5th April 2013
Please note that short listed candidates must be prepared
to undergo a pre-employment medical, which includes a
drug and alcohol test.
Manapouri Based Casual Cleaner Role
If you like both your work and your environment
in pristine condition, read on...
Transfield Service is a global provider of
operations, maintenance, and asset and project
management services. To learn more about us,
HOUSE TO RENT IN TEANAU
Warm, tidy, easy care 3bed
room, heat pump & garage
Ph George after 6pm 03
part time work available
Expressions of interest
MANAGERS CERTIFICATE TRAINING FIORDLAND
Thursday 21st March 9:00am-5:00pm Gain your Licence
Controller Qualification (LCQ) in this fun and interactive day long
course. Taught by experienced hospitality trainers this course
will provide you with knowledge of safe host responsibility
practices in order to keep your staff, your business and your
patrons safe when selling and supplying alcohol.
Mon 13th May - Fri 17th May
9:00am-3:00pm. A week
long Hospitality Essentials
Course. This five day course
prepares you for working
in the hospitality industry.
Perfect for school leavers
and job seekers.
Call 0800 800 415 for bookings and inquiries
Judged on your farm on 27th & 28th March
Entries accepted now, closing date
Saturday 23 March 2013
Contact Merv Livingstone
03 221 7340 or 027 653 6673
Animals to be judged on size relevant to breed, condition and dairy
conformation. Each class entered is to be a complete line.
Entries will be received from west of State Highway 6,
Invercargill to Queenstown. Entry Forms at
Born since 1 July 2012
Born since 1 July 2011
Otautau Rugby Club
is looking for new players or past
players willing to play for the
club this season
Contact K Jackson on 03 225 8314
or 027 245 8930
ANNUAL General meeting
Monday 18 March 7.30pm at
The Shed, Sandy Brown
Road, everyone welcome.
THE SHED FREE clothing
exchange. Recycled clothing,
books, toys, bedding and
house wares etc. Open
10am-2pm, Saturday or by
appointment. Any good
quality donated goods
accepted. 30 Moana
Crescent, Te Anau.
Phone 249 8177
WINTON FOOTBALL CLUB:
9th March Junior Registra-
tion Day at our grounds,
Price Road, Winton. 1.30pm
Registration with a second
hand boot sale begins.
2.00pm: Split into age
groups to rotate round a
number of football activities.
3.00pm: Small sided games
for the different age groups.
Barbeque operating. Ages
4-17 yr olds catered for, both
boys and girls. Enquiries to:
Mandi Smalley smalley
woosh.co .nz 03-2369960 or
Wendy Boniface wwboniface
woosh.co .nz 03-2217417
(after 3 March)Also recruiting
mans & womens teams.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
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