Horowhenua Mail : May 26th 2011
3 THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2011 BOOK AT FLYPACIFICBLUE.COM OR CALL 0800 67 00 00 SYDNEY $179* ADD $20 FOR 23KG BAGGAGE FROM BRISBANE $239* TOWNSVILLE $399*ˆ ADD $20 FOR 23KG BAGGAGE ADD $20 FOR 23KG BAGGAGE FROM FROM *Fares: Prices are based on Saver fares. Fares are non-refundable ex Wellington for one-way online bookings at flypacificblue.com using the direct deposit payment option - $15 more by phone. Fare prices are correct as at 25 May 2011 and are inclusive of taxes. For credit or debit card payments an extra $6 will apply per person per one-way flight. Departure tax of $25 applies to international flights departing Wellington International Airport and is payable at the airport prior to departure. Sale: Sydney fares are on sale until midnight Sunday 29 May 2011 or sold out for travel 1 June -- 30 June, 1 August -- 9 September and 1 November -- 11 December 2011. Sale fares are non-refundable you cannot cancel them and obtain a credit for use later. Baggage: Checked-baggage charges apply to all Saver fares. Pre-pay online $20 (to Australia and the Pacific Islands) or $30 (to Asia) for up to 23kg of checked baggage per person per one-way flight or pay $60 at the airport for the same allowance. Velocity Gold and Silver members are exempt from these charges. Excess baggage charges apply. Availability: Seats are limited and may not be available at peak times or on all flights. To book or for more Terms and Conditions and Fare Rules please visit flypacificblue.com or ask your travel agent. ^Offered as a connecting flight. Australian domestic services are courtesy of airline partner Virgin Australia. FLYING FROM WELLINGTON Set sale for Sydney! Gifted 0800giftbox for the perfect gift 2a MacLean Street, Paraparaumu Phone: 04 902 6440 GIFT GALLERY NOTE: Gift Vouchers must be redeemed by 29th May 2011 3752177AA CLOSING DOWN SALE (Last day 29th May) 40%off EVERYTHING 3752177AA Horowhenua College Success for All Students This week at Horowhenua ... Phone: 06 368 6159 • Fax: 06 367 9210 Email: email@example.com Weraroa Road, Levin • Mrs B. Burns - Principal Thank you to all the parents and students who contributed to the Foodbank Mufti Day. Stage Challenge tickets are now available from our Student Centre until Monday 30 May. DATES AHEAD Thursday 26 May Parent Conferences 2-5pm (classes finish at 1.05pm) Board of Trustees Meeting 5.30pm Friday 27 May Parent Conferences 8.30am-3pm No Classes Today Wednesday 1 June Senior Assessments Thursday 2 June Senior Assessments Friday 3 June Senior Assessments Monday 6 June Queen's Birthday - School Closed Wednesday 8 June Careers Expo Monday 13 June Stage Challenge - sponsors being sought 2149873AC Graham Andrew Malcolm Managing Director John Diane There in Times of Need 9-11 Hinemoa Street, Paraparaumu For 24 hour assistance Telepho n e 04-298-5168 Kapiti Coast Funeral Home WANT YOUR RENTAL MANAGED? CALLKapiti Property Rentals The property rental people Ph 904 3210 or 027 504 3210 3471066AB Bands set for rockquest Banding together: A lineup of some of the members of the three bands from Waiopehu College entering this year's Smokefreerockquest. By KARA LOK Three Waiopehu College bands have their sights set on winning this year's Smokef- reerockquest regional compe- tition. A Little Broken, Silent Ambitions and Kotahitanga are in the midst of preparing for the competition in Palmer- ston North on June 10. A Little Broken, together since the beginning of the year, dabbles in different styles of music. The group, singer Jimi Bailey, drummer Metera Henare, lead guitarist Jordan Turner and Horowhenua College's Ashlee Collier, on guitar, will be making its Roc- kquest debut, though Jordan and Jimi have competed before. Jordan's former band, Convicted Space Men, won last year's regionals, while Jimi's old band, Stereocault, finished third in the 2009 regionals. Jordan said the group hopes to perform two songs at the rockquest, but has yet to cre- ate a shortlist. This year will be quite dif- ferent because there are no qualifying heats, he said. Silent Ambition drummer Nathan Harding, lead guitar- ist Sean Paulse and bass guitarist Jordan Bowden have been playing together for three years and were recently joined by vocalist Natalia Tuatara. The group describe their music as alternative and are performing two songs written by Nathan, When I met You, and another as yet untitled. Nathan, who has entered rockquest before, said the crowd should prepare to be surprised'' by their perform- ance on June 10. The rockquest is a new experience for Kotahitanga's band members, who were initially nervous about entering. Lead singer Joel Bennett said they had doubts they were capable. However, as the adrenaline kicked in they became more confident and were looking forward to it. The reggae band, which includes Daniel Toleafoa, Jayden Whiley, Himiona Henare and Obrien Saili, will also enter Pacifica Beats later this year. Inquiries start on new route Investigations to find the route of the Horowhenua expressway will cover an area from near the Tara- rua Range to near the district's coast. The study area has been revealed by the New Zealand Transport Agency as it begins narrowing down the route of the four-lane road stretching from Otaki to the Manawatu River, south of Foxton. Regional state highways manager David McGonigal said the work will help determine the best options for the project taking into account timings, cost and environmental con- cerns''. The agency has placed display panels in the offices of Horowhenua District Council with infor- mation about the purpose of the project, the study area, and process and timelines. The new information outlines a broad indica- tive'' study area that runs east of State Highway 57 and west of Levin. Formal public engagement will be carried out in early 2012 to seek feedback on corridor options,'' Mr McGonigal said. Tramper choppered out An injured tramper was winched out of the Tararua Ranges on Monday after spending a night in a hut. The man, in his 30s, hurt his ankle near the Waitewaewae Hut, behind Otaki Forks, while on a tramping trip with friends on Sunday. Palmerston North Rescue Helicop- ter base manager Fergus MacLach- lan said the man's friends walked him 40 minutes back to the hut, gave him their food and left to get help. Fog delayed rescuers, who reached the man about 12.45pm Monday.
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