Kapi-Mana News : February 19th 2013
9 KAPI-MANA NEWS, FEBRUARY 19, 2013 NEWS NZ Beef Rump Steak or Roast 1kg Packs or Larger 1199 kg EVERY DAY SAVINGS GET LOADS OF FSW KEY NW190213 Cotton Softs Toilet Tissue 18 Pack 599 Nescafé Coffee Refill 75--100g (Excludes Gold Blend) 499 Treasures Bulk Nappies 32--48s 1699 NZ Yummy New Season Royal Gala Apples 199 kg We reserve the right to limit quantities. For customer service phone 0800 4 New World (0800 463 996) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Prices apply from 18/02/13 to 24/02/13 in the Wellington, Wairarapa, Horowhenua, Taranaki, Manawatu, Wanganui and Hawke's Bay regions only. Pams Fresh Express Sausages 2 for 1200 Pams Week Cadbury Chocolate Block 160--220g 2 for or $2.99 each 500 5185182AA • Great food • Specials Daily • Open Mon-Fri 10-7pm Saturday 8 - 6pm Come and Try Porirua's newest hidden Jem Feng's BBQ Takeaway 5 Serlby, Place, Porirua city (Under the canopies) Rainbow in the bay RAINBOW CONNECTION: Greenpeace's new Rainbow Warrior spent some time moored in Titahi Bay last Thursday as part of its national tour. The boat's crew spent three days training in and around the Cook Strait, before mooring the vessel at Queen's Wharf in Wellington on Saturday, when the public had a chance to get aboard and have a closer look. It is Greenpeace's first purpose-built ship and the third to carry the Rainbow Warrior name. It is reportedly at the cutting edge of clean technology. Photo: MIKE DUNCAN Bay reunion will be 'awesome' By KRIS DANDO The Titahi Bay reunion event is on track for Easter weekend, with organisers calling for last registra- tions. Organising committee chairman Una Hyland says the venue is locked in, along with activities for the week- end. The base will be the North Wel- lington indoor bowling club at Onepoto Domain, which will host the meet-and-greet on March 29 and a dinner the following evening. Things have moved on really well, we had a fantastic get-together on Waitangi Day at the [Titahi Bay] bowling club, with people sharing memories on growing up in the Bay. We're going to run some of those on a slideshow during the dinner. The organising committee have done a lot of work, including sorting out the hall decorations, and we're really pleased how everything's come together. It's going to be an awesome time.'' Schools and businesses have ex- pressed an interest in the event, Ms Hyland says, while the golf and bowling clubs will be busy over the weekend. Registrations have topped 160 so far, with attendees coming from Australia and further afield. The main activity on March 30 will be a history tour through the suburb, with Bob Cater talking about places of significance. A large painting by Bay artist Maggie Hazlewood will be raffled at the dinner, then on Easter Sunday there will be a memorial service on the beach and a final farewell at the surf club. Email email@example.com for more details.
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