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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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  • LIFESTYLERKaiparaKaiparas Only Regional Newspaper Kaipara Owned and Operated 10,000 Copies DELIVERED FREE throughout the Kaipara

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    September 1 2015

    Recognising apprenticesRegan Gough from Dargaville is an apprentice carpenter

    A fresh soundThe X Factor Up Close and Live tour featuring Sarah Spicer and Joe Irvine

    Compliance costs hit hardSpecialist Kaipara roofing contractor Peter Risbridge has re-roofed historic homes

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    p Dargaville Primary School classroom Tui Two dropped by the ANZ Bank stall which marked 25 years of raising funds for the Cancer Society on Daffodil Day. Thelma Bagnall from the branch accepted a cheque from NorthSouth Multi Media and the local business community supporting the day through last weeks daffodil pages in the Kaipara Lifestyler. The town really gets behind us and shows great support. They are so generous with their donations and it is lovely to be able to share the day with the children. They love receiving the daffodil stickers, it brightens their day, Ms Bagnall said.

    Daffodil day generosity

    Mangawhai awaits appeal outcome by Paul Campbell

    It is a case of wait and see once more for the Mangawhai Residents and Ratepayers Association after their Court of Appeal probe into the legality of rates charged over the towns huge wastewater cost overrun.

    About 100 association members attended the court hearing last week, travelling to Wellington as well as to a special video-link provided in Auckland.

    They have challenged the 2013 High Court ruling that ratepayers must underwrite the $57 million bill for the Mangawhai Community Wastewater Scheme.

    The Appeal Court application states that KDC made decisions that did not

    comply with the Local Government Act, and did not consult ratepayers.Association counsel Matthew Palmer QC, told the court last week there was an egregious series of secret and unlawful decisions by KDC, and council lawyer David Goddard QC in turn agreed the council had acted wrongfully, stating: It is likely that different decisions would of been made if people had not been asleep at the wheel. The association has been rightfully critical

    of the historical actions taken of this council.

    Mr Palmer said the earlier High Court hearing featured the term incomprehensible and blindingly obvious when referring to the councils failure to consult ratepayers.

    We have here a history of an incompetently-run process, he added

    The hearing was before Justices Harrison, Cooper and Miller. A decision is expected to be some time away.

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  • 2 September 1 - 2015 KAIPARA LIFESTYLER

    And all that jazz

    Capturing light on canvas

    Production heads for finals

    p The annual Jazz Party at the Aratapu Tavern saw the Aratapu Allstars band entertaining into the night with various local and out of town musicians. Warwick Simpson played the clarinet with Althea Brightwell and John Wilcox on piano, Chris Davidson on the guitar, Merv Thomas on trombone, Joe Carberry on saxophone and Don Hales was on the drums. It was a wonderful day, kicking off just after lunch with red beans and rice and other Cajun fare for a New Orleans style jazzie sort of time, said manager Donice Hall-Morris.

    p Kate Miles and Pat Mortensen try out their new skills learnt during Mangawhai based artist Elena Nikolaevas workshop exploring the painting of artificial light. The beautiful paintings that the artists produced at the end of the day, were a testament to Elenas tutoring skills and the artists inherent painting skills. A great if not exhausting day was had by all, says Mangawhai Artists Inc immediate past president Jeanette Vickers.

    The cast of Blind/Hope, written and directed by Eryn Wilson-Collins and Wills Women co-directed by David and Anna Cutts of The Dargaville Little Theatre both performed in Te Kuiti for the regional finals of Theatre Fest. Blind/Hope was selected to compete in the national finals to be held in Hamilton over September 1112.

    The Kaipara Lifestyler is published with pride byNorthSouth Multi Media Ltd, a privately owned Kaipara company.

    Phone: 09 439 6933 or 0800 466 793 Fax: 09 439 6930

    Email: info@thelifestyler.co.nz Postal Address: PO Box 474, Dargaville

    Physical Address: Lifestyler House, 107 River Road, Dargaville

    General Manager: Deb Wright | 021 639 696

    Kaipara Lifestyler Editor at large: Paul Campbell 09 439 6933

    Editorial:Andy BryentonAnn MorganAyla MillerBrian Eastwood

    Graphic Design:Jessica WrightGavin BainbridgeJames MenziesDylan HansenCallum McDonald

    Advertising:Andy BryentonKylie TaneOlivia Stevenson

    Production:Vivian WebbLara OzkanCirculation:Laurie Willetts

    Accounts: accounts@thelifestyler.co.nz

    Read The Lifestyler online kaiparalifestyler.co.nzOpinions expressed in this publication and in advertising inserts, by contributors or advertisers, are not necessarily those of NorthSouth Multi Media Ltd. All inserts delivered with the publication are not produced by NorthSouth Multi Media Ltd.

    Print run 10,000. ABC audited circulation 9,990 weekly, audited JanDec 2014. Distributed on Tuesday to every residential and rural home throughout the district including Dargaville, Ruawai, Paparoa, Matakohe, Maungaturoto, Kaiwaka, Mangawhai and Wellsford.

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  • KAIPARA LIFESTYLER September 1 - 2015 3

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