A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J
Tuesday, 31 March 2015
My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)
Dressed to kill
Busy, owned by Stacey Trotter, Twyford, Hastings, pictured at Doggy Day Out Walk, an event run by Hastings and District SPCA in Hastings.
Claudia Hay, and Euro Sport Centavos, winner of Class 47 Bostock New Zealand Olympic Cup, at Horse of the Year, Hawke's Bay Showgrounds, Hastings.
Tomato harvesting in Pakowhai Rd, Pakowhai.
Police and St John Ambulance attended a motorcycle vs ute accident on York Rd, Hastings, about 300m from the intersection with Maraekakaho Rd. Corey Ubels from the Serious Crash Unit investigated.
Hemi Bartlett, Hastings, taking part in the annual parade down Emerson St, Napier, for students graduating from EIT Eastern Institute of Technology, Taradale, Napier.
Diploma of Screen Production students hamming it up at the Sound Shell after taking part in the annual parade down Emerson St, Napier, for students graduating from EIT Eastern Institute of Technology, Taradale, Napier.
L-R: Sue Bryant, Danelle Kendrick, Napier, Bachelor in Early Childhood Education, at the Sound Shell Gardens after taking part in the annual parade down Emerson St, Napier, for students graduating from EIT Eastern Institute of Technology, Taradale, Napier.
Kyler White, Napier, on the first day of the new Napier Pump Track on Marine Parade, Napier.
With ball: Tianua Poto, Clive, premier rugby, Clive vs Tamatea, first game of the season at Bill Mathewson Park, Hastings.
The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter was called out at about 1905 on Saturday to search for a crashed paraglider pilot on Te Mata Peak, Havelock North. It turned out to be a false alarm. Five paraglider pilots were all accounted for and didn't know who called it in.
Hawke's Bay Today Photo Sales
Monday, 30 March 2015
Sunday, 29 March 2015
"Family saved and restored:
TJ has been in the prison system since he was 14. That was 20 years ago. Recently he gave his life to Christ and began praying for his two sisters. They both came to chapel and themselves responded to the chaplain's invitation to meet Christ.
Another inmate has known Christ for two and a half years. He came from a highly dysfunctional and abusive family. He felt he needed to tell his mom that he forgave her. The next phone call he had with her, he told her all he forgave her for. She began to cry. He said, "If I can change, you can too."
Since then he is seeing more of his family restored in relationship with him and with Christ. TJ and Thomas, Huntsville Prison, TX via Charlie Owens (7.13)"
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