Wairarapa News : January 9th 2013
13 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 9, 2013 ART AND ENTERTAINMENT Our famous 2 pairs for 1 low price offer now includes prescription sunglasses, with over 100 styles to choose from. So you can now select a pair of prescription sunglasses from our exclusive new collection with a second pair of designer glasses, all from just $299.* MAKE THE MOST OF FOR LOW PRICE PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES + DESIGNER GLASSES FROM $299 *Price complete with PENTAX standard single vision lenses and UV and Sun tint on one of the pairs. Limited time only. Must be same prescription. Second pair must be from the same price range of frames and lens range or below. Price for other lens types may differ. Extra options not included. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Frames available while stocks last. © 2012 Specsavers Optical Group • MCCANN_SPE2032. NOW OPEN IN MASTERTON Masterton: Shop 5, 217 Queen Street, Masterton, 370 1412. Visit specsavers.co.nz to view the new collection. I have had over 25 years experience as a property and business lawyer. by Simon Ogilvie - Joint venture and syndication agreements - Shareholders Agreements - Estate planning and succession planning Where necessary to obtain outside advice when I do not have the expertise to deal with any particular legal matter I have access to a Wide range of other professionals including accountants, mortgage brokers, surveyors and real estate agents. If you wish to discuss any of the above issues with me I offer a free initial appointment to discuss any of the above matters. I offer a free initial appointment if you wish to discuss any of the above issues (or anything legal) with me - my contact telephone number is freephone 0800 249 529 or e-mail email@example.com Office re-opens 9am on 9th January 2013 §Simon Ogilvie Property Trust & Business Lawyer Phone: 0800 249529 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advertorial SPECIALIST AREAS ARE: - Conveyancing (buying and selling residential, commercial and rural properties and businesses including preparing and perusing contracts - Retirement villages (buying and selling of dwelling) including providing independent advice on the occupancy licences - Structures for the ownership of properties including Creating trusts, companies and joint venture agreements - Refinancing of mortgages - Formation of trusts, incorporation of Companies and partnership agreements - Franchise agreements - Subdivisions - Leases - Creditor protection - Preparation of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and "Living Wills" - Elder law - Relationship property division and preparing Agreements - Estate administration 4439004BU Popular show in Wairarapa Kiwi comedy: It's in the Bag presenters Pio Terei and Stacey Morrison. It's in the Bag -- Maori TV s top rat- ing New Zealand television show -- heads to Wairarapa this week with shows in Pahaitua tonight at Tara- rua College and Masterton, Wai- rarapa College, on Friday. Into its fifth series since being revived by independent production company Blue Bach Productions, the Wairarapa shows follow hot on the heels of eight shows shot in local town halls from Pukekohe to Oha- kune last month. The audience, contestants, crew and presenters of It's in the Bag have all been having a great time. Pio and Stacey are quick-witted and have real fun with the local crowds. It s laugh out loud entertainment at its best says director Tainui Stevens. The talent that comes out of the woodwork in New Zealand s small towns never fails to blow the team away! Funny, sweet, old, young, bright -- we ve had them all on our stage. The lovely thing is that in small towns everyone supports those on stage -- it s like the whole town is going for a prize and delights in the fortunes of our winners, said co-presenter Stacey. While some contestants have won big with computers, homeware including fridges, freezes, furniture and electronics such as large TVs -- others have won a booby prize including pegs, a mousetrap, mos- quito zappers and a back scratcher. The prizes in series five are bigger than ever thanks to New Zealand company UBUY who are supplying more than $50,000 worth of goods ranging from televisions, laptops and fridges to trampolines and pool tables. To book seats visit www.itsinthe bag.co.nz or txt or call 022 695 5311. Entry to all shows is by koha/ donation that is donated to a local charity. Each show an entrant is drawn at random and plays for the contents of one of the kete. Doors open 5.30pm, show starts at 6pm.
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