Kapi-Mana News : June 25th 2013
9 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 25, 2013 NEWS Shop & Get Rewards We reserve the right to limit quantities. For customer service phone 0800 4 New World (0800 463 996) or visit newworld.co.nz. Prices apply from 20/06/13 to 23/06/13 in the Wellington, Wairarapa, Horowhenua, Taranaki, Manawatu, Wanganui and Hawke's Bay regions only. FSW KEY NW250613 ON NOW Guaranteed on selected items for up to 6 weeks!* PRICE LIMITS 'TILL 4 AUGUST * We've lowered the price limit on selected items until 4 August 2013. Brands and products will vary. 299 Freya's Bread 750g or Freya's Sandwich Thins 6's NZ Skinless Boneless Chicken Breast 1299 kg Heineken 330ml 12 Pack Bottles 2199 Mud House Premium Selection 750ml (Excludes Central Otago Pinot Noir) 1199 349 Milo 310g or Nestle Milo, Nesquik or Uncle Tobys Cheerios Cereal 350-375g Nescafē Co ee Refill 75-100g (Excludes Gold Blend) 399 Sorbent Facial Tissues Thick and Large 95s or Value Pack 224s OR LESS $2 NZ La Fraiche Carrots 1.5kg OR LESS $250 E E E E All programmes and enrolments are subject to minimum class numbers and programme TTT A U I E A D EY A AGE E C C DU A I 2 weeks | A July 2 3 | EE No fees C C S BUS SS 4 DU A I 36 weeks | A August 2 3 | EE No fees E E I A I CA 7 7 66 PACE I I ED 5455307AA Opt for Maori roll -- Flavell By JIM CHIPP It's that time when Maori can decide whether they want to vote in the Maori or general electorates. The option opens every five years, and this year it expires on July 24. In the meantime, anyone who qualifies for a Maori vote can opt to change in time for the Ikaroa Raw- hiti by-election this Saturday. Electoral Commission communi- cation and education manager Stasi Turnbull said qualified people could exercise their right to change to the Maori roll right up until this Friday and then take part in the by-election the following day. Maori could only exercise the right to change during the Maori electoral option period and it was binding for five years. Maori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell wants as many as possible to opt onto the Maori roll. The Maori seats were not being used to their full potential, he said. We currently have seven Maori seats in a Parliament of 121. If every Maori voter chose to go on the Maori roll we could have at least 13 Maori seats.'' Electoral Enrolment Centre national manager Murray Wickes said there were almost 190,000 voters in New Zealand who ident- ified as Maori but had chosen a general electorate. There were 3536 in the Mana electorate. The numbers who opt in or out of the Maori roll will be one of the factors in a review of electorates later this year and, after a public consultation period, new electoral boundaries will be announced in April 2014. Show your support Surf Life Saving's winter appeal is under way, with the reminder that just because it's winter, doesn't mean lifeguards aren't training. Last season about 3000 lifeguards spent more than 200,000 hours patrolling 80 beaches, saving more than 1600 lives. While most Kiwis were are out enjoying summer, volunteer lifeguards give theirs up to help keep the community safe in the water, Surf Life Saving New Zea- land chief executive Paul Dalton says. Just because winter is here, it doesn't mean that they go into hid- ing. While most people are craving another summer, surf lifeguards are already training for it. And with the winter solstice on June 21, the timing is right to start thinking about warmer weather and longer days ahead.'' Mr Dalton says their winter appeal is an important event to raise much-needed funds along with awareness of lifesaving services at a time when the beach isn't front of mind. It's all about protecting our com- munity in the water.'' There are no street collectors for this appeal -- text WINTER, DIP or SURF to 4483 to donate $3 or visit surflifesaving.org.nz.
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