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TUTOR – EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE
Westport Campus, fixed term, negotiable part time or full time
We’re looking for a dynamic person with ...
For further information and to apply, please go to our website
www.tpp.ac .nz/sub/job-vacancies/ or contact
Human Resources on (03) 769 9640.
Applications close 12 December 2014.
Registered Nurse / Plunket Nurse- Greymouth 0.6FTE
Join New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development,
health and wellbeing of children under the age of five. Work together to provide
the best start for every child.
• Leading not for profit organisation!
• Are you passionate about improving health outcomes for children?
• Are you a Registered Nurse?
Plunket is New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development,
health and wellbeing of children under the age of five. We are a community owned
and driven not-for-profit organisation. Our teams of Plunket people provide
services to help families and communities throughout New Zealand.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Registered Nurse to join our team on the West
Coast based in Greymouth. If you have the passion for making a difference for
children and community nursing accompanied by excellent interpersonal skills,
then this is the challenge you have been looking for.
To be successful in this position, you will be a Registered Nurse, who has a
commitment to undertake a one year postgraduate certificate programme in
Well Child Health. You will have an understanding and commitment to the Treaty
of Waitangi, be fluent in written and spoken English and hold a full New Zealand
driver's licence with the ability to drive a manual car.
Experience in working with families from diverse cultural and socio economic
backgrounds would be beneficial but not essential.
We offer a return to nursing programme, a supportive working environment,
supervision, training and professional development opportunities.
To view the position description or to apply for this role please refer to www.
plunket.org.nz/careers. For further information please contact Anne-marie Hewitt,
Clinical Leader on 027 687 6234.
Applications close 8th December 2014. Interviews will occur on Dec 11th.
Teacher for 2015
We seek a motivated NZ
registered teacher who
has recent success teach-
ing in multi-level
classes. Please state cir-
riculum strengths and
preferred year level. Po-
sition begins term 1,
2015. A school house is
Applications close 3pm
Thursday, December 4,
2014. Please send a
covering letter and CV
with names and contact
details of two referees
to: The Principal, PO
Box 24, Moana, 7845;
Westland High School
We are seeking an energetic, upbeat and positive
person to join our team of teacher aides. To be
successful in this role you will need to:
• Be proactive, solution focused and physically fit.
• Be able to support and guide students with
diverse learning needs and complex behaviours.
• Be able to apply effective strategies to motivate
and engage students.
• Have empathy, patience and a deep interest in
The position is 15 hours per week, term time only
and an immediate start is desirable so that training
can be given before the start of the 2015 school
Application forms and copies of the job description
can be obtained from the school office or by
Inquiries to the Executive Officer, Phone (03) 755
6169 Ext 828.
Applications close at noon on Friday, November
For a small Rangiora
based firm, reliable and
capable of transporting
ble on experience and
skill. Immediate start.
Please Phone Kevin 027
222 5271 for more info.
Possum Control Poison Warning
Tasman Pest Control Ltd wishes to advise that a ground-based possum
control operation will be taking place to keep possum numbers under
control to prevent spread of the bovine TB disease. This operation will
be conducted as a part of the TBfree New Zealand programme.
Areas covered: On approved land in the Taylorville, Coal Creek, Runanga
and Cobden areas enclosed within the boundary described as follows:
The operational area is roughly triangular in shape, with one boundary
running from Runanga (at the northern tip), through Coal and Bridge
creeks and the Sewell Peak Road to the Brunner Mine site (at the
eastern tip). The Grey River forms the southern boundary, with the
western boundary being along the toe of the Rapahoe Range back
A small outlier of work is located on the western side of the Rapahoe
Range, between the toe of the slope and the coast, from behind Cobden
township north to Darkies Terrace and the Point Elizabeth Walkway.
Operation date (approximately): 22 November to 31 December, 2014.
Poisoning methods, poison used and nature of poison: Possum habitats
will be targeted using Potassium Cyanide Feratox pellets (in bait
bags or bait stations) or Sodium Monofluoroacetate 1080 paste (in
bait bags or bait stations). All poison baits are dyed green for bird
protection and public notification.
The public is warned not to enter these areas and not to remove
carcasses or baits. Baits are dangerous to people and dogs.
If you suspect poisoning:
For further information (including maps of the operational area),
contact the operator: Bruce Waddell, Tasman Pest Control Ltd -
- Heart of the West Coast -
Tenders are invited from
suitably qualified and
for the installation of
approximately 4600 me-
tres of watertrunk main
Water Treatment Plant
Tenders for this contract
will be evaluated using
the Price Quality Meth-
od as defined in Appen-
dix C of the NZTA
(July 2009) First Edi-
Documents will be
available from 12 noon
on Tuesday, November
25, 2014 from the Grey
District Council, 105
Tainiui Street, PO Box
382, Greymouth, tele-
phone (03) 769 8611,
facsimile (03) 769 8610
upon receipt of the
Tenders close Monday,
December 15, 2014 at
We are seeking a full-
time delivery driver for
our Greymouth Branch.
You will need to have a
Class 2 Driver's Licence
and be physically fit and
healthy and have an
outgoing friendly dispo-
PO Box 280,
Friday, November 28.
ing Greymouth, 360m2
(willing to divide).
vehicle and pedestrian. 3
phase power. Office
, great rates.
Phone 768 7420 or 027
West Coast Netball
Anzac Park Pavilion
November 25, 2014
Two delegates from
each club must attend
Fines will apply for
vans, boats, trailers.
Good access. Keep your
assets under cover.
Phone 768 7420 or 027
BUSINESS SUPPORT OFFICER
The Westland District Council is seeking a
great communicator to provide excellent
customer service and administration support
to the Executive Office, including the Executive
Team, the Mayor and Councillors, and various
departments across all areas of Council. the
ideal candidate will have a ton of initiative,
possess good time management skills and have
the ability to work under pressure.
If you are IT savvy, have a great eye for detail
and are keen to make a difference in your work
place, then we’d like to hear from you.
A full job description and application for
employment can be obtained from the Council
website: www.westland.govt.nz. A cover letter
and a copy of your current CV is required.
For inquiries please phone Diane Maitland,
Executive Assistant, on (03) 756 9038.
Applications are to be marked “Confidential”
and e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or
addressed to Human Resources, Westland
District Council, Private Bag 704, Hokitika
Applications close at 5pm on Friday November
Council is an equal opportunity employer.
Westland - the last best place.
Biathlon and Events
Will be held on
March 21, 2015
LADY looking for
domestic and commer-
cial cleaning work. Also
available to housesit
over Christmas period,
great with pets. Refer-
ence available. Phone
021 118 5456.
Enrol Online: www.karoro.co.nz/ace
0800 938 3224 or 768 9998
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Weekend Nov 29/30
Learners Licence Workshops
Other Courses planned for 2015!
Agstart: Farming and
Agriculture starts Jan 2015
Manu Tech: Manufacturing and
Technology, starts Aug 2015
Start May 2015
Skill Builder: Literacy and
Numeracy, starts Feb 2015
Life Craft: Gardening Focus,
embedded Literacy and
Numeracy, starts Feb 2015
Life Skills: Carrying on with
education after supported
learning at High School.
NEW! starts 2015
Storage. Clean, dry,
units 12-60 cubic
metres. Domestic or
The West Coast
Tenders are invited for
the Cleaning Contract
for the West Coast
Regional Council Offi-
ces, Main South Road,
The tender documents
can be obtained from the
West Coast Regional
Council Offices, 388
Main South Road, Pa-
roa, Greymouth or by
contacting Council on
telephone number (03)
Tenders close on Mon-
day, December 15, 2014
at 5pm. All tenders
should be in a sealed
envelope and marked
“Tender Cleaning Con-
tract” and may be deliv-
ered direct to the West
Coast Regional Council
or posted to PO Box 66,
Further details can be
obtained from the West
Coast Regional Coun-
cil's Corporate Services
Quiet country living
furnished room, includes
Sky, wifi and power.
$95pw. Phone 021 118
HONDA Ascot, 2L,
1989, 169,256km. New
17-2 -15, four wheel
steering, cruise control,
electric driver's seat,
electric windows, re-
mote locking, towbar.
Great condition, $2000.
Phone 027 241 6797.
FOUR hundred square
metres retail or commer-
cial space available on
first floor above Postie
Plus. Phone 027 208
Saturday 9am–Noon till Christmas
03 768 9922
A/H 021 317 891
STILL ON 1/3 1/3 1/3
ON ALL ATVS,
OVER 2 YEARS INTEREST FREE
CHECK OUT THE NEW
(GROM) MSX125 $4995
CRF100 LIKE NEW $3500
XR2501 $4500 ROAD REG
AG100 FROM $1800
HEAPS OF CHRISTMAS
GEAR IN SHOP
METAL ART MOTORCYCLES,
- CHECK IT OUT.
BEST PRICE IN TOWN
SALE ON NEW GENERATORS
AND LAWN MOWERS
COASTWIDE RESOURCE CONSULTANCY LTD
Coastwide Resource Consultancy is based
in Hokitika and currently undertakes
environmental consultancy work for clients
throughout the South Island (and occasionally
further afield). We focus on giving honest
advice, 100% confidentiality and always act
in the best interest of our clients, to obtain
resource consents, concessions and mining
We are currently looking for someone with
relevant qualifications and/or experience, who
would report to the office manager and would
be responsible for managing applications along
with client and stakeholder relationships.
The hours of this position may be flexible to the
For a full job description or further information
(03) 755 8485
Applications close 12 noon,
Friday November 28, 2014
FOR Sale: 1994 Ford
Capri convertible, new
warrant and rego. Swap
boat, jetski, 4x4 or cash.
Phone 768 4521.
KARORO: One double
bedroom plus sunroom,
very tidy, fully insula-
$230pw. Phone 768
LIVE ADULT CHAT
Kiwi Babes 1 on 1
0900 55 500
Asian Babes 1 on 1
0900 80 880
Chat $3.99 Listen $1.99/min+GST
To pay by c/card visit:
CIVIC 01 Sedan, very
$5000. Phone 022 407
2007. Never been raced.
Approx 18 hours riding.
Plus riding gear. Excel-
lent condition. $2000.
Phone Wayne 027 441
1533 or 732 4053.
ONE shed 2.4 x 3m,
new. Particulars from
(03) 755 6971.
SPECIAL $55 ON gar-
dening topsoil from No-
vember 21-30. Phone
021 031 6077. No texts
LARGE workshop, cen-
tral Greymouth. Phone
027 208 0263.
ple wanting two-three
bedroom. Cat and dog
friendly. Contact Chris
022 137 5496.
FOUND: A pair of
reading glasses outside
Family Dental Centre,
Albert Mall. Phone 768
Interior and exterior
painting. House, roof
and yard repairs. Con-
tact Kerrey 027 768
able. Painting, tiling,
general repairs. Quality
work, reasonable rates.
Phone Graham 021 148
Lost and Found
Wanted To Rent
JUMBO CROSSWORD SOLUTION 1080
ACROSS: 1 Ahead, 4 Rotten to the core, 14 Local, 15 Proof, 16 Elliptical,
17 Banjo, 19 Nag, 20 Pioneer, 21 Meteorite, 22 Behave, 25 Ambiguity, 27
Report, 28 Heaped, 33 Leprechaun, 35 Loo, 36 Climax, 37 Unit, 39 Fir, 41
Nomadic, 42 Talent, 43 Accompany, 44 Often, 45 Deranged, 50 Up, 51
Brunette, 55 Egypt, 58 Undecided, 59 Top ten, 60 Spoiled, 61 Sue, 63
Trap, 64 Pastry, 65 Rue, 66 Smokestack, 68 Bother, 69 Forced, 71
Burnished, 76 Halved, 77 Frankness, 79 Unblock, 81 Goo, 84 Theme, 85
Bridegroom, 86 Value, 87 Issue, 88 Get your skates on, 89 Ashen.
DOWN: 2 Hermit, 3 Adorn, 5 Owls, 6 Trident, 7 Nutmeg, 8 Oscar, 9
Hilltop, 10 Cube, 11 Rinsed, 12 Scone, 13 Aligned, 14 Located, 18
Bewitching, 23 Mural, 24 Artisan, 26 Marsala, 27 Rooftop, 29 Pennant,
30 Remote, 31 Glued, 32 Saucer, 34 Near, 36 Crate, 38 Thyme, 40
Omen, 45 Doubt, 46 Radiant, 47 Nice, 48 Endear, 49 Gypsy, 50 Uttered,
52 Unpleasant, 53 Epistle, 54 Trench, 55 Edition, 56 Upset, 57 Beds, 62
Joint, 67 Deflate, 68 Bargain, 70 Caribou, 72 Upsurge, 73 Delete, 74
Angela, 75 Accuse, 76 House, 78 Nails, 80 Leads, 82 Levy, 83 Solo.
PICTURE: Getty Images
Melbourne United’s Owen Odigie cops a hand to the jaw from Breakers player Mika Vukona during
their match at Vector Arena last night.
Four Nations final man of the
match Shaun Johnson is among
six nominees for the 2014 Rugby
League World Golden Boot.
The halfback is joined on the list
by Kiwis prop Jesse Bromwich,
Australian duo Greg Inglis and
Johnathan Thurston and England
for wards James Graham and Sam
Burgess and eventual winner
Thurston were also among the six
nominees last year.
The same 13-man panel that
chose Thurston will again vote for
the winner and the World XIII,
which will both be revealed in next
month’s Rugby League World, out
on December 19.
The panel is assembled from
both sides of the world, and
includes representatives from
Australia, England, France and
New Zealand. Among them is
former Golden Boot winner
Garry Schofield, ex-Great Britain
coach Brian Noble and past New
Zealand internationals Robbie
Hunter-Paul and Daryl Halligan.
They are joined by leading
journalists Dave Hadfield, Martyn
Sadler, Dave Woods, Brad Walter,
Louis Bonnery, Malcolm Andrews,
Mitch Dale, Andrew Voss and
The votes will be submitted
during the first week in December.
“These are the six players who we
feel have had the biggest impact
on the sport during 2014,” Rugby
League World editor Gareth
“Four of the contenders enjoyed
Johnson and Jesse Bromwich in
the victorious New Zealand side.
“Johnson was the Kiwis’ go-to
player throughout and produced
a man of the match performance
in the final, while Bromwich
was statistically the leading
forward by some distance both
in the whole competition and in
the Wellington decider against
“As always, we will ask our 13-
man voting panel to consider
performances at international level
first and foremost, but such was
the impact of both Sam Burgess
and Johnathan Thurston in the
NRL this season that we felt it
was impossible to overlook either
“Thurston did take part in an
international game, earning the
man of the match in the Anzac
test win over New Zealand in
May, before jointly winning the
prestigious Dally M award in
Australia for his performances for
North Queensland Cowboys.
“Sam Burgess, of course, was
unavailable for the Four Nations
due to his move to rugby union. But
his contribution to South Sydney ’s
NRL title win was considerable,
not least in the Grand Final, when
his man of the match display with
a fractured cheekbone and eye
socket was one of the most iconic
rugby league performances of the
New Zealanders Kieran Foran
and Jason Taumalolo, hookers
Daryl Clark and Cameron Smith,
and joint Dally M winner Jarryd
Hayne were among other players
that were considered before the
final shortlist of six was confirmed.
— New Zealand Herald
in running for
league’s top honour
Corey Webster said during
the week he wanted to show
Daryl Corletto just why he had
succeeded the former Breaker as
starting shooting guard.
Message received, loud and clear.
Webster had 17 points in the
first half before finishing with
a career-high 25 to lead the
Breakers (8-3) to a big win over
Melbourne United (4-5) at Vector
Arena last night, a fourth straight
victory for the New Zealand club.
A week after Melbourne set
an ANBL record by making 22
three-pointers, Webster seemed
inspired to beat the Australians at
their own game, nailing six triples
to continue his solid season.
“Corey ’s one guy who you don’t
want to get hot early,” Melbourne
for ward Mark Worthington said.
“ We let him make the hoop look
like a hula hoop.”
Webster has shown admirable
consistency during his first year
in the starting five, handily
providing the production needed
from the shooting guard position.
And his efforts helped the
Breakers control the meeting
with Melbourne from the second
quarter onwards, ably restricting
a side who scored 118 points a
The Breakers led by double
figures for much of the game,
easily won the rebounding battle
and backed up their 10 steals from
last Friday with a further 10 last
Cedric Jackson had a couple of
those as he supported his back-
court mate’s offensive outburst,
with the American scoring 14 and
chipping in with three three-
The absence of Tom
Abercrombie was the only real
negative as the Breakers remained
in the top two on the ladder,
with the swingman scratched
from the game due to a quad
injury that could keep him on the
sidelines for up to four weeks. But
Abercrombie’s late withdrawal
was forgotten as soon as Webster
found the ball in his hands.
Webster had 11 of his side’s first
13 points in the game, kicking
things off with back-to-back
threes. — NZM E
Webster shoots Breakers to victory
A Steve Edwards close range
deflection three minutes from the
finish gave New Zealand a 2-1 win
over Japan in Kapiti last night.
The result gives New Zealand an
unbeatable 2-0 lead after three tests
with the final international at the
same venue tonight.
A Kane Russell shot from a penalty
corner in the first half equalised
Japan’s early opener. The first test
was drawn 1-1 while the Black
Sticks won the second 3-0 . “I was
pleased with the performance. We
are learning a lot and are making
progress,” Black Sticks coach Colin
Batch said. — New Zealand Herald
Black Sticks win closes out series
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