Wairarapa News : January 25th 2012
14 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 25, 2012 NEWS ZERO FEES New Professionals, Stronger Futures Have you just received your NCEA results! Are you undecided whether you should return to school or do something else! Wellington Trades Academy is a great option for young people. Based at WelTec, Year 12 and 13 students can enrol for free in seven government funded programmes, and kick start their career by gaining a National Trades qualification and achiving NCEA Level Two. Kick start a trade's career now and choose from a great selection of career options, including: Classes start the 7th of February 2012. For an application form or more information contact WelTec on 0800 WELTEC or www.weltec.ac.nz SPACES ARE LIMITED DON'T MISS OUT 4305904AB 4305904AB • Swap your game every month! • We carry the latest titles for both XBOX 360 and PS3 • No late fees - return when you are ready! • Don't get bored playing the same game over and over * Conditions apply. Pricing and offer based on indefinite period rental agreement with a calculation period of 24 months. Full terms and conditions available on application. Introducing the Mr Rental Games club The Latest PS3 and XBox 360 Games?* 3623780AJ No Hassles COMPUTING 2 2 72 27 82 68 3 3333 3 3AA 3 service when & where you need us The Computer Service Centre, 17 Church Street, Masterton Phone: (06) 377-7323 Mobile : 021-627-201 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For computer support with no hidden costs and no unpleasant surprises. Giving you more peace of mind and productivity. Computer Partners technicians are there when and where you need expert help and advice. Meeting the Mangatarere Stream River ramblers: Jill Greathead (with dog) leads a group of people on a walk down the Mangatarere Stream. A mix of farmers, environment- alists and councillors rambled down the Mangatarere Stream on Saturday in the first of a series of events to raise the environmental profile of the Mangatarere Stream. Carterton District Councillor Jill Greathead is organising a series of walks by the stream to encourage the community to take ownership of the stream and to experience it first hand. Greater Wellington Councillor Gary McPhee, Wairarapa Federated Farmers president Paul McGill and Wairarapa For- est and Bird chairman Geoff Dor- ing were among the 15 who walked the stream from Connollys Line to Lynx Farm on Lincoln Rd. Much of the stream is difficult to get to without crossing private land and Mrs Greathead said people really enjoyed walking parts of the stream they wouldn't usually see, including the environmental-award-winning streamside plantings on Ray Craig's dairy farm. As an adjoining landowner for 26 years she says: I feel so privi- leged to have this beautiful stream in my backyard where my sons have played and I have experienced its tranquillity and beauty. I want to share that with our community''. Jill is organising another walk at 2pm on Saturday, February 18. Phone 379 6717 or email email@example.com.
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