Wairarapa News : June 15th 2011
4 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JUNE 15, 2011 NEWS 3602031AC LANGLANDS MOTORCYCLES 11 Chapel Street, Masterton, P. 06-378 8444 F. 06-378 9674 E. firstname.lastname@example.org BUY THIS HONDA $199 ATV Vest $99 ATV Helmet +FREE AND GET THIS KEA TRAILER FOR $150* *$150+GST. Offer valid until 31 July 2011. Cannot be substituted for cash or discount. Kea trailer model K434 **Offer available with Honda TRX420; FM, FPM & FPA ** We also offer ON FARM SERVICING for ALL makes and models FIELDAYS® SPECIAL 3716539AD Wairarapa 5 Bannister Street, Masterton Courtney Allen Local just like you Welcome to your brand new Telecom Business Hub created for local businesses in Wairarapa. Contact us by 30th June 2011 for a FREE business communications health check and go in the draw to win 1 of 10 Parrot Bluetooth® car kits *Find out more 0800 444 911 email@example.com COOKWARE ESSENTIALS Visit us in store or online at www.cookwareessentials.co.nz 440 Queen Street, Kuripuni Village, Masterton. Ph: 06 377 2317 Open Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm, Saturdays 10am - 3pm COOKWARE ESSENTIALS The Wairarapa's only specialty cookware store Cookware Essentials also stock a selection of Emile Henry roasting dishes and gorgeous tarte tatin dishes for making a deliciously simple tarte tatin to impress family and friends. Cookware and accessories for people who love to cook Purchase the Emile Henry tagine at Cookware Essentials and receive a FREE cookbook..."Flavours Of Morrocco" by Ghillie Basan (while stocks last) 3497404AD Take your family on a world culinary tour, stopping to sample the exotic avours, delicious vegetables and fall-o -the-bone meats cooked in this Emile Henry ceramic tagine. Over 150 years of Emile Henry craftsmanship go into the manufacturing of this colorful Middle Eastern marvel, red for durability under a Flame process. The unique lid facilitates self-basting for a avour you won t soon forget. Bosca Spirit 550 free flu valued at $699 With all fires ordered from Water-Mart Wairarapa New to the market, contemporary Bosca range exclusive in the Wairarapa to Watermart. We can supply and install a fire for any home. Phone now for free advice and quote. Range of brands including Bosca, Pyroclassic, Masport & Firenzo P: (06)3700006 or 08003700006 e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.watermart.co.nz Speak up now on public transport Wairarapa residents are being encouraged to have their say on bus and train services, as part of a Greater Wellington Regional Coun- cil review. GW's Wairarapa regional council- lor Gary McPhee, says this is a great oppor- tunity for people to let the council know what they like and don't like about Wairarapa pub- lic transport. Even if you don't use buses or trains, we're keen to know what might encourage you to start taking public transport. And if you do use the bus or train, let us know how you think services could be improved.'' Mr McPhee says people needed to keep in mind that in the current economic climate the council's finances were very limited. This means that we can put on more services only if some others can be reduced. But this doesn't rule out any changes -- some changes such as timetable and route changes have little or no cost. Clearly the service used by most Waira- rapa people is the commuter train service and we're expecting to receive a lot of feedback about that. The review will include a survey of train passengers. But we're keen to hear from people who use off-peak train services too -- for example, is there a demand for more weekday off-peak trains, perhaps shuttling between Masterton and Upper Hutt and linking with the electric trains there? Should there be more weekend train services?'' Local bus services would also come under the spotlight. For the size of our population, we have a fantastic local bus service but we need to ensure that services are well patronised and are meeting demand as closely as possible. Please let us know what you think -- the more people we hear from the more effective the changes will be.'' People can have their say by completing the survey form in a brochure which is avail- able at libraries, council offices and on board local buses, or by completing an online survey at gw.govt.nz/wairarapareview. Submissions close on Tuesday July 19. Rose garden promised: More than 70 rose enthusiasts turned up to GardenBarn in Masterton on Monday, to learn more about roses from spokesman Tony Brans from Matthews Roses. Owner Laurie Hatchard said the response to the event was great with other guest speakers covering a wide range of gardening topics. Those attending fired questions to Tony, and the free event was also accompanied with product knowledge, advice and pruning demonstrations.
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