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Kaipara's only regional community newspaper. 10,000 copies delivered FREE throughout the Kaipara: Dargaville, Ruawai, Paparoa, Matakohe, Maungaturoto, Kaiwaka, Mangawhai and Wellsford. Kaipara owned and operated.

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    Persistent rain could not dampen the spirits of the nearly 100 residents and visitors who enjoyed the Whakapirau Family Fun Day. The Integrated Kaipara Harbour Management Group along with the Whakapirau Ratepayers and Residents Association enjoyed a day of family fun which concluded with a raft race in the harbour. The IKHM group hosted an information site on sustaining a healthy Kaipara Harbour.

    Spirits high at fun day

    Lakes debate takes to the streetA clear message was sent to the Kaipara District Council as 62 boats were paraded down Victoria Street in Dargaville in a peaceful protest against proposed changes in the Draft Kai Iwi Lakes Taharoa Domain Reserve Management Plan 2015 which suggests power boats could be banned by 2018.

    The protest, organised by the Friends of Kai Iwi Lakes working group, aimed to raise awareness amongst the community about the proposed changes in the draft.

    We were absolutely rapt with the turnout. Now we are hard at work

    drafting up alternative ideas to present as part of submissions to the Kaipara District Council, says working group spokesperson Rob Stevenson.

    The main thing is to get as many submissions as we can. The democratic process that we have is

    about encouraging everyone to put in their submissions and get involved. Mr Stevenson believes the KDC have not considered the economic impact on the district in the plan.

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  • 2 February 16 - 2016 KAIPARA LIFESTYLER

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    The Hyndman and Sheppard families cruised along the Northern Wairoa River from the Pahi Boating and Fishing Club in their launches to join in the annual Northern Wairoa Boating Club regatta in Dargaville over Waitangi weekend. They took home the Sealed Handicap, the Paton Trophy and the Farewell Handicap making the trip well worth it. Approximately 20 boats participated in the Launch and Runabout events. We had a really great time and those who attended had lots of fun, said NW Boating Club commodore Rodney Wilson. We are now looking forward to our annual Seagull race coming up on February 27.

    The new entrants in the reception class at Dargaville Primary School enjoyed getting to know each other and making new friends in their first week of school where they get to transition into school life with their teacher Miss Bennett. They have approximately 10 weeks of orientation and learning in early literacy and self management which allows the children to get happy and comfortable with the school environment before moving to the next classroom.

    Dargaville High School students poised in the midst of a relay fun race during their annual swimming sports. Students were invited to take part in competitive and non competitive races to earn points for their houses. Eleven records were broken this year. DHS would like to make special mention to Carline Gillespie, Christine Taylor, Mark Willy, Barbara Hines and Marty Brown for attending on the day to help us run the competitive pool, says sports coordinator Samantha Taylor. Top swimmers will go onto compete in the South Zone swimming day and from there the top swimmers are chosen to compete in the Northland Secondary Schools Swimming competition.

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