Wairarapa News : February 8th 2012
2 WAIRARAPA NEWS, FEBRUARY 8, 2012 IN FOCUS Masterton 4 Chapel St • 06 377 5549 Greytown 246 Main St • 06 304 8196 8-5 Mon-Fri, 8-1 Sat 9-1 Sun 7-5.30 Mon-Fri, 7.30-5.30 Sat 9-1 Sun 2155630CK On Site at Corner Queen & Russell Streets, Masterton AUCTION -- 18TH FEBRUARY Clearance of Ex Hire Stock From Screwdrivers to diggers. Extensive list of items to follow in the next Wairarapa News. Editor Walt Dickson firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (06) 370-5690 Manager Lynette Juno Lynette.Juno@wainews.co.nz Fax (06) 370-5699 Advertising Email Enquiries email@example.com Web ww w.wairarapanews.co.nz for on-line edition Address 123 Chapel St, Masterton, PO Box 902 BOOKING DEADLINES Retail: 4pm Thursday Class: 11am Monday Except Public Holidays 2185166AB Enthusiastic crowd: Revellers are enthralled by Aloe Blacc and the Grand Scheme's soul and funk stylings. Sounds of summer Above: The John Butler Trio. Right: Economist and philanthropist Gareth Morgan attends with his family. He is pictured with Logan Cowdell. The More FM Summer Vineyard Tour concert was held at Daisybank Farm, near Martin- borough, on Sunday night. The four-act lineup included: Annabel Fay, Tiki Taane, Aloe Blacc and the Grand Scheme and the John Butler Trio. A good-sized crowd had plenty of room to move at the expansive Daisybank venue and they were treated to a classy mix of local and international talent. Tiki Taane made plenty of references to his run-in with police last year. He was able to offer up an entertaining set of his solo work and a few treats from his Salmon- ella Dub days. Aloe Blacc and the Grand Scheme were a huge hit with their dynamic and danceable mix of soul and funk. The John Butler Trio did not disappoint as headliners, produc- ing a pumping set of rock and roots to take the revellers late into the evening. Long weekend On the hunt: Children and adults alike took part in the treasure hunt around the area between the lake and the wetlands at Henley Lake on Monday as part of the inaugural Waitangi Day Festival. There were some major family prizes up for grabs which must have served as motivation for a quick completion of the tasks. Getting into it: From left, Duncan Wiremu of Hauora, Te Putu Mete- Smith, Cyril Matiaha, and Rewai Keating were all enjoying the Waitangi spirit of the occasion.
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