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CALENDAR 16 Last Day of Term 2 11 Volunteer Meet, Greet & Thank You - 10.30am 11 Luncheon for the Whittakers at the Museum - 12noon 11 Garden Circle - 1pm 14 Crop Swap - 9am 23 First day of Term 3 WHO DID THIS?! Community Notices Monthly Community Newsletter supporting the Tainui District—Mokau, Awakino, Tongaporutu, Ahititi and Waikawau Onetai Coast Submit your photo to us and the best one will be placed here at the end of the month. Dates of interest: 9th May—Garden Circle 10th May—Mighty Mokau Bike Ride AGM 14th May—Mothers Day! 15th May—Tainui Girls Bri- gade AGM 16th May—Mokau Museum AGM 19th May- Crop Swap 23rd May—Tongaporutu Hall AGM 27th May—Awakino Bowling Club AGM Mokau Wearable Art Group I am co-ordinating Mokau’s entry in- to the 2019 Taranaki Wearable Arts event. The plan is to present our wearable art in 2019 at: Two Easter community events An exhibition at Mokau Museum and Gallery Taranaki Fashion Arts Awards September 2019 We are likely to receive funding. Venues for workshops are also on offer. So far we have 4 people on our team – Lou and Julia from the Awakino Hotel, Heidi and myself.
Our region has so many talented artists - please consider coming on board and supporting our community gallery and museum. For further information, phone Rae Tissott 0221 396 774 Monthly Community Newsletter supporting Tainui District - Mokau, Awakino, Tongaporutu, Ahititi, and Waikawau JULY 2018 Was it you Lou? TAINUI TRADING POST Community feedback and articles are welcomed and appreciated. The views published in this publication are not those of the editor but of the contributors. Articles must not be longer than 280 words and may have accompanying photos. We reserve the right to edit any material.
Publications to be submitted by the 20th of each month. For advertising costs please contact: email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook : Mokau Community Connection Facebook Page BIG THUMBS UP Following public opposition, the WDC has abandoned its proposal to move the Awakino Transfer Station to Mokau. The council had deemed the current ste on Manganui Rd in Awakino to be ineffective and causing health and safety concerns, howeer, after a raft of opporisition from the community it is now looking at alternative solutions. 56 submissions in total were received - 52 opposed!
WAITOMO NEWS, JUNE 7 2018
Plenty of interacting through creative, outdoor and structured activities for your children. Lots of fun and great for the development and social skills of your child. Bring morning tea for your child. EVERYONE WELCOME. Where: Tainui Street, Mokau When: Wednesdays - 9am til noon Cost: $3 session, $20 term. $30 family. Under 1 free Christy Lowry 752-9132 St Peters by the Sea “Be courageous, and He shall strengthen your heart, all of you who hope in the Lord”. Psalm 31:24 July 1st - Family Communion Rev. Singh, 2pm July 15th - Family Worship Pastor Tutty, 2pm All welcome to services and afternoon tea to ollow. Children’s activities are provided and toys for babies. Enquiries to Mrs Dorothy Lowry 752-9123 or Rev. Jekheli Singh 07 877-8876 Awakino Christian Church Meetings Every 2nd and 4th Sunday Awakino Hall, 2pm Ladies Bible Study Every 1st and 3rd Friday 328 Mohakatino Rd, 2pm Enquiries phone 06 752-9124 Our Lady of Wayside Catholic Church Mass Saturday 7 July at 5pm Community Notices 06 752-9723 CLINIC HOURS Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9-11am. Services available include: * Blood pressure monitoring * Blood sugar monitoring (diabetes check) * Wound care (dressings) * Immunisations * Cervical screening (by appointment) * Lifestyle and Health Education *Pregnancy tests • Home visits by appointment. If you need a response today PHONE 0800 735 466 and Ambulance Control in New Plymouth will contact either Taranaki Base Hospital Emergency Department or New Plymouth District Nursing. PATSY BODGER, MOKAU DISTRICT NURSE CHURCH NOTICES TAINUI PLAYGROUP NURSE’S NOTICE WELCOME IN THE WHITEBAIT DANCE FEATURING: The Bush Buds Band WHEN Friday 24August 2018 7pm to 11pm Mokau Community Hall BYOdrinks POT LUCK SUPPER ALL AGESEVENT TICKETS $20 Adults $50 Family 2 + 2 $7kidz Buy yourtickets NOW & goin the drawto win dinnerfor2atThe Awakino Hotel– limited doorsales.
Tickets from: • The KiwiButcher- NP • The Museum & Gallery • HeidiPreston 0276791 931 • Rae Tissott 0221 396 774 BENEFITING MokauCommunity Hall Gym Raffles Spot prizes
Community Notices WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE MUSEUM? Finding Treasures: Some interesting items have been discovered in the storage area as the Collection Team makes its way through each shelf. This month we have found a novelty cigarette dispenser that would have been made in the 40s or 50s. It is in the form of a mechanical bird that picks up a cigarette in its beak when you push a lever. This belonged to Rex Howell of Tongaporutu. Another item we came across was a silver coloured tray. When we wiped it down we found that it had the words “Compliments of S. Whitehead Mokau” etched into it. Whitehead had a general store in Mokau in the early 20th Century which was taken over by the Whittakers in the 1960s. We will be displaying these and other interesting items we come across in our Collections Cabinet at the museum. Here you can read about how we are going about documenting and looking after our collection as well as seeing these re-discovered treasures. Art Gallery: In the first part of July is New Plymouth’s Phil Jones. Phil’s work features several bird images including one large work he has created especially for Mokau. July 20 we welcome Rebecca Beyer into the gallery with her delightful characters going about their business whether that is everyday life or at the start of an adventure.
How can we help you? Are you interested in updating your computer knowledge, researching local history or your genealogy, learning or updating photoshop skills, or maybe learning about graphic design? Call into the museum and let us help you. The team at the Museum would like to welcome all volunteers – current, and future – to an morning tea to be held at 10.30am on Wednesday, July 11. Thank You: Ian, Margaret, and Belinda Whittaker are working through the next part of their journey and we are not sure if they will be staying in Mokau or moving on. To this end we at the Museum would like to invite you to a luncheon to say thank you and wish them well for their future. This will be at the Museum on Wednesday, July 11 at 12 noon 25th Anniversary: Mark this date on your calendar for the Tainui Historical Society’s 25th Anniversary - March 11, 2020.
Mark Barclay, Chairman Ngā Hapū o Poutama - Pānui Tēnā ra koutou katoa, A short newsletter this month. The 10 hectare restoration programme at Kamate is progressing well. The posts are all in the ground, the wires on the 1350 metres of fencing, and the goats have been shot. It’s been a great effort by everyone involved. The iwi have also purchased 3280 native trees and will start planting them as part of the project in the next couple of weeks. You can see the transformation as you drive past the Pilot Station and the urupa at Kamate. Thank you to Greg Browne, Dominic Strogen and Andrew Boyes, of GNS Science who came up and flew a drone over Kamate recently, to generate a 3D image showing all trenches, rua, papakainga and other earthworks. They are looking into producing a 3D printout of the area. We have started midwinter feeding for the bees. We will be catching up with landowners over the coming month with honey breakdown reports, buckets of honey and putea. It’s taken a while to get tests sorted.
‘Tangata ako ana i te whare, te turanga ki te marae, tau ana’ TARANAKI FIRE & EMERGENCY If you are interested in joining please phone Andrew Warren 06 752-9059 _ _ TAINUI ST JOHN’S Our Service requires Volunteers to help with the operation of our ambulance service Lynette Adams 07 877-8877 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Eric Cryer 06 752 5821
Community Notices GRAVE POSITION (NZ Herald 28/2/1940) TRAPPED TRAVELLERS AWAKINO DISTRICT PROBLEM ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD By Telegraph (Own Correspondent) New Plymouth Tuesday Lack of communication, shortage of food, losses of stock and pastures and the isolation of backblocks districts have created a grave position for settlers and travellers alike in the Awakino district. In some areas the country bears a striking resemblance to Hawke’s Bay after the great earthquake. Literally hundreds of slips have occurred over the roadway north and south of Awakino.
The accommodation at Awakino and Mokau is overflowing and scores of travellers caught by the slips on Saturday do not know when they will reach their destinations. It may be about a week before a single car track can be cleared either north or south. MAROONED SINCE SATURDAY A transport bus and between 20 and 25 cars are held up at Rapanui Bridge, two or three miles north of Tongaporutu, where more than 60 people, including women and children, have been forced to stay since Saturday. They are being fed by the settlers, but the food problem has now become acute.
Another bus is held up at Mokau. The passengers have been brought back to Awakino owing to lack of accommodation at Mokau, and later slips netween Mokau and Awakino have separated the bus and the passengers. Several cars and their passengers are isolated at Awakino, where there are 35 guests at the house. MANY IMPASSABLE SLIPS More than 100 travellers are suspended between Awakino and Mount Messenger with no apparent hope of getting out in the near future, and it is certain that those who have private cars caught between the slips will have to abandon them for at least one week and probably longer, if they are unable to get out any earlier themselves.
South of Awakino there is a huge slip near the Mokau Pilot Station about 300 yards long, in which the whole hillside has moved over the road, and it is estimated that this slip alone will take at least a week to clear. The hill is still moving and when the bus, now at Mokau was alongside it, the hill started moving again, and the driver just backed away in time. SUBSIDENCE OF BRIDGE The chief obstacles between Awakino and Mokau are at Martin Hill, one being about 50 yards long. The Mohakatino Bridge has subsided substantially in the middle and is unsafe for traffic.
The position north of Awakino is worse. A count begun this morning of slips in the Awakino Gorge show that there are 64 quite impassale slips blocking the road and literally hundreds of smaller ones. In many parts of the road, both north and south of Awakino, great subsidences and fissures have developed. It is reported that a little north of the Awakino tunnel the road has disappeared. TAINUI HISTORICAL SOCIETY #loveMOKAUhall# Queens Birthday Weekend saw Mokau busy with lots of people around. Mokau Market Pop-Up Shop opened up in the Hall with 19 individual Crafters producing their usual great standard of work. It was a very successful weekend for everyone and the feedback from the general public was as usual amazing. Pop-Up comes again Labour Weekend. If you haven’t been to have a look and like to support locally made, low carbon footprint and no plastic which is not fantastic, go for a wander thru. You will be surprised with what you find.
The Mokau Hall Committee has been granted funding by WDC to upgrade the wiring of the Supper room and Kitchen. This will be carried out with the revamp of the Kitchen which is going thru the quoting and funding steps. There’s lots going on in the background to bring our lovely old Hall up to date. The Mokau Community Gym has its funding applications in and we wait for decisions. Thanks to everyone who have made generous offers of intent. When we are ready we will be taking them up. So thanks again. WHAT’S ON @ THE HALL Sat 14th July : CROP SWAP - 9-10am Mokau Hall Steps Thurs 19th July : @ Museum (much warmer :)) Info session with Clowdy Ngatai, WDC, regarding Grants and Funding. Anyone in the district wanting to come is welcome. Tues 21stAugust : Mokau Hall Committee Meeting - 7.15pm SAVE the DATE.. FRI 24th AUGUST 7pm Welcome in the Whitebait Season with LIVE band "The Bush Buds" Fundraising for Mokau Community Gym and Table Tennis Tables.. $20 per Adult, BYO, Bring a plate for Supper and get your groove on..
Tickets available Mokau Museum, Rae Tissott 022 139-6774, Heidi Preston 06 752-9780, and Pete and Dianne Morrison, Kiwi Butcher Shop, 50 Leach St, NP 06 753-4551. Early Bird tickets go in draw to win Dinner 4 two at The Awakino Hotel. Any further info contact Heidi Preston on 752- 9780 or email@example.com
July Tides Date High Low High Low High Sun 1 Jul - 05:36 0.7 m 11:39 3.1 m 17:49 0.7 m 23:55 3.2 m Mon 2 Jul - 06:14 0.8 m 12:18 3.1 m 18:26 0.8 m - Tue 3 Jul 00:33 3.2 m 06:54 0.8 m 12:57 3.0 m 19:05 0.8 m - Wed 4 Jul 01:14 3.1 m 07:35 0.9 m 13:40 2.9 m 19:47 0.9 m - Thu 5 Jul 01:58 3.0 m 08:20 0.9 m 14:26 2.9 m 20:34 1.0 m - Fri 6 Jul 02:48 3.0 m 09:09 1.0 m 15:18 2.8 m 21:29 1.1 m - Sat 7 Jul 03:42 2.9 m 10:03 1.0 m 16:16 2.8 m 22:29 1.1 m - Sun 8 Jul 04:40 3.0 m 11:01 0.9 m 17:18 2.9 m 23:33 1.0 m - Mon 9 Jul 05:40 3.0 m 12:03 0.8 m 18:21 3.0 m - - Tue 10 Jul - 00:37 0.9 m 06:40 3.1 m 13:04 0.7 m 19:22 3.2 m Wed 11 Jul - 01:36 0.7 m 07:39 3.3 m 14:02 0.5 m 20:18 3.4 m Thu 12 Jul - 02:33 0.5 m 08:36 3.4 m 14:57 0.3 m 21:12 3.6 m Fri 13 Jul - 03:27 0.3 m 09:32 3.5 m 15:50 0.2 m 22:03 3.7 m Sat 14 Jul - 04:19 0.2 m 10:26 3.6 m 16:40 0.1 m 22:53 3.8 m Sun 15 Jul - 05:10 0.2 m 11:18 3.6 m 17:30 0.2 m 23:44 3.8 m Mon 16 Jul - 06:01 0.2 m 12:09 3.5 m 18:19 0.3 m - Tue 17 Jul 00:34 3.7 m 06:52 0.3 m 13:00 3.4 m 19:09 0.4 m - Wed 18 Jul 01:25 3.5 m 07:43 0.5 m 13:52 3.3 m 20:01 0.6 m - Thu 19 Jul 02:18 3.3 m 08:36 0.6 m 14:45 3.1 m 20:56 0.8 m - Fri 20 Jul 03:14 3.1 m 09:31 0.8 m 15:42 3.0 m 21:56 1.0 m - Sat21 Jul 04:12 3.0 m 10:29 0.9 m 16:44 2.9 m 23:01 1.1 m - Sun 22 Jul 05:13 2.9 m 11:30 1.0 m 17:50 2.8 m - - Mon 23 Jul - 00:07 1.1 m 06:14 2.9 m 12:32 1.0 m 18:52 2.9 m Tue 24 Jul - 01:07 1.1 m 07:11 2.9 m 13:28 0.9 m 19:45 3.0 m Wed 25 Jul - 01:59 1.0 m 08:02 3.0 m 14:17 0.8 m 20:31 3.1 m Thu 26 Jul - 02:44 0.9 m 08:47 3.0 m 15:00 0.7 m 21:11 3.2 m Fri 27 Jul - 03:24 0.8 m 09:28 3.1 m 15:40 0.7 m 21:48 3.3 m Sat 28 Jul - 04:02 0.7 m 10:06 3.2 m 16:16 0.6 m 22:2 33.3 m Sun 29 Jul - 04:38 0.7 m 10:42 3.2 m 16:51 0.6 m 22:57 3.4 m Mon 30 Jul - 05:13 0.6 m 11:17 3.2 m 17:25 0.6 m 23:30 3.4 m Tue 31 Jul - 05:48 0.6 m 11:52 3.2 m 17:59 0.6 m - TAINUI COMMUNITY LIBRARY Contact JENNY LEWIS PHONE 752-9838 Cards at Tongaporutu Hall Monday Evenings from 7.30pm HOUSIE & EUCHRE 2nd July 9th July 16th July 23rd July 30th July 6th August 13th August $6 per evening Supper provided Come along and have some fun!! House for Rent Mokau, Aria Terrace 3 bedroom home beside St Peter’s Church includes keeping lawns and gardens tidy around the Church Please contact Mrs D Lowry 06 752-9123 Crop Swap Mokau SATURDAY, JULY 14 On the steps of the Village Hall From 9am - Swapping starts at 9.30am Contact Rae Tissott 022 139-6774 Community Notices GARDEN CIRCLE July 11 at 1pm For more details please contact June on 06 752-9803 ALL WELCOME
AWAKINOHOTEL Meals - Drinks - Accommodation OPEN 7 DAYS 11am - Midnight Kitchen Open from 11am - 8.30pm READY TO SERVE YOU Courtesy Van available for Mokau and surrounding areas EAT DRINK SLEEP Support Local Business Whitebait Inn 57 North Street, Mokau Phone 06 752-9713 7am - 6.30pm Monday to Saturday 8am - 6.30pm Sunday _ _ Now doing 9kg Gas Bottles » Swap (gas only) $39.50 » Cylinder and Gas $89.50 RIVER RUN CAFÉ for a great WHITEBAIT experience! PHONE 06 752-9859 Open from 7am- 7pm SEVEN DAYS REGISTERED ELECTRICIAN Peter McNeice for any general electrical wiring and repairs Mileage from Mokau only PHONE 06 769-9596 YOUR LOCAL MAF APPROVED HOME KILL SERVICE BEEF SLAUGHTER: Steak Cuts, Mince, Roasts, Corned Meat, Sausages.
PIG SLAUGHTER: Processed Ham, Pickled Pork, Bacon, Ham on the Bone, Meat Cuts. MUTTON SLAUGHTER: Free flow frozen Chops, Roasts, Stews. VENISON-BEEF-PORK-MUTTON: Sausages, Saveloys, Luncheon, or Mince Patties We can supply Half Sides of Beef, Whole Hogget or Pork at ex-works prices. Graham & Gloria Putt PHONE 06 752-9844 Heidi ... MOBILE HAIRSTYLIST Cuts / Colours / Curls Fully Mobile Unit including Back Basin Professional Products Hair Care and Styling Products Theorie .. Tigi .. BedHead .. Affinage Covering the greater Waitomo - North Taranaki area - - SEWING ALTERATIONS - - LeREVE FRAGRANCE & AROMATHERAPY consultant - - Candles - Essential Oils - Parfum - Body Lotions - Beautiful Gift Ideas - - REGISTERED MARRIAGE and CIVIL UNION CELEBRANT - - PHONE 06 752-9780 or 027 679-1931
Support Local Business URENUI WOOLS WANTED Wool, Dag, Oddments, Shed Cleanouts In Shed Payments BARRY DUNCAN PHONE 027 275-9969 or A/Hrs 06 752-3737 HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION FOR RENTAL Mokau Beach Bach - Sleeps 8, five minutes’ walk to the sea and river, off street parking with parking for the boat. Porta Cot and Highchair available. Contact Graeme or Cheryl 06 752-9922 MOKAU HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION Tasman Sunset Studios ~ Room with a View Set in peaceful surroundings BBQ and Spa available PO Box 58 Mokau PHONE/FAX 06 752-9115 email: firstname.lastname@example.org G & D Distributors Ltd trading as TARANAKI STONEMASON Selling Schist Stone 30 years’ experience laying Schist Pavers, Pillars, BBQs, Fireplaces, Raised Garden Beds.
For a FREE quote or to purchase schist stone PHONE GLEN or DAWN 06 752-6844 G & D Distributors Ltd trading as TARANAKI FREE RANGE DUCK EGGS Selling Ducks, Duck Eggs, and Shavings Shavings are ideal for calf shed and pet bedding, chooks, ducks, and rabbits. 100kg bales available for $65, or 20kg for $15 PHONE DAWN 06 752-6844 MOKAU MOTEL Luxury Apartments - Spa Ensuite - Family Studios ~ PANORAMIC VIEWS ~ LAUREL & MURRAY REED PHONE 06 752-9725 email: email@example.com Coast Road, North Taranaki, PO Box 38 Mokau PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Whitebait Stand Builds & Repairs Section Maintenance Waterblasting Tree Pruning Spraying Labour Hire Contact GEOFF PRESTON PHONE 752-9780 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
P & J MANSON CONSTRUCTION For all your general construction and building needs in the Tainui area Extensions Alterations Decks Fences Retaining Walls Repairs and Maintenance NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL PETER & JENNY MANSON PHONE 06 52 9045 Earthmoving and Cartage CHRIS WISE CONTRACTING LTD “Your first choice for Rural Contracting Services” PHONE 06 752-9710 12.5 Tonne Digger Six-Wheeler Tip Truck Four-Axle Tip Trailer Transporter AWAKINO RUBBLE - Excellent for farm tracks, driveways, cow races, and hardfill We can also supply Builder’s Mix Drainage Stone Crushed Metal Limestone Chip Topsoil Compost ALL METAL OVER 4m3 CAN BE DELIVERED OR BUY FROM OUR YARD PHONE/FAX 06 752-9710 email: email@example.com MOHAKATINO ROAD RD 1 MOKAU PROGRESS TRANSPORT LIMITED Thought for the Month “Be someone who makes you happy” PHONE 07 877-8058 FAX 07 877-8061 Stacey Bevan DIRECTOR Marie Bevan OFFICE MANAGER DRILL 4 U Ltd 9 Dick Street Kihikihi RD 5 Te Awamutu
Property Maintenance *Whitebb8 Stand Builds & Repairs *Section Maintenance *Water Blasting *Tree Pruning *Spraying* Labour Hire Geoff Preston Ph. 06 7529780 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Earthmoving and Cartage CHRIS WISE CONTRACTING LTD “Your first choice for rural contracting services” Ph: 06 7529710 12.5 Tonne Digger Six wheeler tip truck & 4 axle tip trailer Transporter Awakino Rubble excellent for farm tracks, driveways, cow races & hardfill We can also supply builders mix* drainage stone* crushed metal* limestone chip* topsoil* compost* TG ENGINEERING MOKAU 021 129 6814 TG.ENG2016@GMAIL.COM Inframax Depot, Oha Street, Mokau TONY GRANT Peter Langridge PLUMBING LTD AWAKINO CRAFTSMAN PLUMBER & GASFITTER CELL: 027 444-2104 A/H 06 752-9794 email@example.com *Section Earthmoving and Cartage CHRIS WISE CONTRACTING LTD “Your first choice for rural contracting services” Ph: 06 7529710 12.5 Tonne Digger Six wheeler tip truck & 4 axle tip trailer Transporter Awakino Rubble excellent for farm tracks, driveways, cow races & hardfill We can also supply builders mix* drainage stone* crushed metal* limestone chip* topsoil* compost* TG ENGINEERI MOKAU 021 129 681 TG.ENG2016@GMA Inframax Depot, Oha Stre * Earthmoving and Cartage CHRIS WISE CONTRACTING LTD “Your first choice for rural contracting services” Ph: 06 7529710 12.5 Tonne Digger Six wheeler tip truck & 4 axle tip trailer Transporter Awakino Rubble excellent for farm tracks, driveways, cow races & hardfill We can also supply builders mix* drainage stone* crushed metal* limestone chip* topsoil* compost* TG ENGINEE MOKAU 021 129 6 TG.ENG2016@G Inframax Depot, Oha NEW PLYMOUTH AUTO-ELECTRICAL On-call breakdown/site service available in North Taranaki/ King Country area from 1 June 2018 (or earlier by prior appointment). • Air-Conditioning • Alternators • Batteries • Farm Equipment • General Auto-Electrical • Generators • Heavy Machinery • Marine • Starter Motors Contact us now to organise your auto-electrical maintenance and repairs before the cooler weather kicks in. 06 758 2480 5040 State Highway 3, Awakino & 18 Smart Road, New Plymouth www.newplymouthautoelectrical.com
SCHOOLS Ahititi School 06 752-5890 Mokau School 06 752-9733 Whareorino School 06 752-9850 CAFES River Run Café 06 752-9859 Whitebait Inn 06 752-9713 CLUBS / GROUPS Awakino Bowling Club 06 752-9014 (Gail O’Keeffe) Boys Brigade (Shane Lowry) 06 752-9124 Girls Brigade( Dorothy Lowry) 06 752-9123 Tainui Playgroup 06 752-9132 Tainui St Johns Lynette - 07 877-8877 SERVICES Awakino Library 06 752-9838 New Plymouth District Council 06 759-6060 Mokau Museum 06 752-9072 Waitomo District Council 0800 932-4357 BUSINESS Business Computer Services Ross Smith - 07 877-8880 Builder P&J Manson Construction - 06 752-9045 Concreting George Honnor—06 752-9806 Stonemason Greg Bendall - 06 752-6884 Drilling Work etc Drill 4U - 021 374-554 OR 07 870-6221 Duck Eggs Dawn Bendall - 06 752-6884 COMMUNITY INDEX AND PHONE NUMBERS Earth Moving / Cartage Chris Wise - 06 752-9710 Engineering Tony Grant - 021 129-6814 Hairdressing / Le Reve Heidi—027 679-1931 Handyman/Property Maintenance - Trevor Walshaw - 06 752-9813 Handyman Services (building etc) Mike Rooney - 06 752-9121 Mokau Butchery 06 752-9844 Electrician Peter McNeice - 06 769-9596 Plumber McIndoe Group - 07 878-5026 Property Maintenance Geoff Preston - 06 752-9780 Trucking Progress Transport - 07 877-8058 ACCOMMODATION Awakino Hotel 06 752-9815 Awakino River Lodge 021 775-397 Graeme & Cheryl Coombe 06 758-9922 Mokau Motel 06 752-9725 Seaview Motor camp 06 752-9708 Tasman Sunset Studio- Book a bach 06 752-9115 Barbara Kuriger MP 06 756-6032 Justice of the Peace D.Black - 06 752-9004 Marriage Celebrant Heidi - 027 679-1931 Mokau Nurse 06 752-9723 Mokau Police Andrew — 021 191-1266