Thursday, 31 July 2014

My World

Find your way out of this one, a brickwork "maze" at the Hastings Baptist Youth Centre photograph
Find your way out of this one
A brickwork "maze" at the Hastings Baptist Youth Centre
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

My World

Multimedia fence photograph
Multimedia fence
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Firefighters rip up the roof looking for hotspots at a house fire in Lorne Crescent, Flaxmere, Hastings photograph
Deroofers
Firefighters rip up the roof looking for hotspots at a house fire in Lorne Crescent, Flaxmere, Hastings
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David Cunliffe, leader of the New Zealand Labour Party, on an election billboard in Townshend St, Hastings photograph
Doer-upper in Hastings
David Cunliffe, leader of the New Zealand Labour Party, on an election billboard in Townshend St, Hastings
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Holly Cowan, resident, Shakespeare Rd, Napier, is upset about dog owners not picking up their dogs' poo off the footpath photograph
Sometimes I get the shitty jobs
Holly Cowan, resident, Shakespeare Rd, Napier, is upset about dog owners not picking up their dogs' poo off the footpath
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Ruby Adsett, 14, Napier Girl's High School, also Napier Aquahawks Swim Club, will be competing in the East Coast Swimming Championships this weekend, at Napier Aquatic Centre, Onekawa, Napier photograph
Just a blur
Ruby Adsett, 14, Napier Girl's High School, also Napier Aquahawks Swim Club, will be competing in the East Coast Swimming Championships this weekend, at Napier Aquatic Centre, Onekawa, Napier
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With ball: Briana Stephenson, centre, senior A netball team, Napier Girl's High School, Napier - netball vs Central Hawke's Bay College, at Pettigrew.Green Arena, Taradale, Napier photograph
Got it!
With ball: Briana Stephenson, centre, senior A netball team, Napier Girl's High School, Napier - netball vs Central Hawke's Bay College, at Pettigrew.Green Arena, Taradale, Napier
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Clive celebrates their 34-17 win against Havelock North - women's rugby final at Farndon Park, Clive photogaph
Woo hoo, we won :-)
Clive celebrates their 34-17 win against Havelock North - women's rugby final at Farndon Park, Clive
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L-R: Phillip Rhodes, baritone, Anna Pierard, mezzo soprano, who performed at U-Turn Italian Style, a concert and auction in The Mission Estate Chapel at Mission Estate Restaurant, Taradale, Napier, in support of U-Turn Trust and Te Aranga Marae, Flaxmere, Hastings photograph
Singing for love
L-R: Phillip Rhodes, baritone, Anna Pierard, mezzo soprano, who performed at U-Turn Italian Style, a concert and auction in The Mission Estate Chapel at Mission Estate Restaurant, Taradale, Napier, in support of U-Turn Trust and Te Aranga Marae, Flaxmere, Hastings
See more photos here
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L-R: Pam O'Keefe, Flaxmere, a Happy Birthday from Phillips Rhodes, baritone, her foster son - U-Turn Italian Style, a concert and auction in The Mission Estate Chapel at Mission Estate Restaurant, Taradale, Napier, in support of U-Turn Trust and Te Aranga Marae, Flaxmere, Hastings photograph
Happy Birthday, Mum
L-R: Pam O'Keefe, Flaxmere, a Happy Birthday from Phillips Rhodes, baritone, her foster son - U-Turn Italian Style, a concert and auction in The Mission Estate Chapel at Mission Estate Restaurant, Taradale, Napier, in support of U-Turn Trust and Te Aranga Marae, Flaxmere, Hastings
See more photos here
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L-R: Kirk Rangiwha-Green, Waikato Pistons; Harris Solomon, Hawke's Bay; Delroi Heu, Waikato Pistons - second division men's basketball at the Hastings Sports Centre, Hastings. Hawke's Bay won 74-66 photograph
High jump
L-R: Kirk Rangiwha-Green, Waikato Pistons; Harris Solomon, Hawke's Bay; Delroi Heu, Waikato Pistons - second division men's basketball at the Hastings Sports Centre, Hastings. Hawke's Bay won 74-66
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Monday, 28 July 2014

Quips & Quotes

Jonathan Dove: To learn to live for an audience of one, to listen for heaven's applause.

Sunday, 27 July 2014

Living the Dream

"From a local hospital orderly to the hospital chaplain: "It’s pretty hard to stay an atheist around here." "Why?" "All the miracles." "What do you mean?" "Recently a man died, and we had given him the resuscitation to no effect. The doctors had signed off time of death and called in the family. The Doctor had an idea, 'What if we shock him one more time.' They did and he came back to life! They thought he would have brain issues. No issues." "

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Heaven in Business

My World

Back before big bridges, Ye Olde Road through the Matahorua Gorge, SH2 photograph
Back before big bridges
Ye Olde Road through the Matahorua Gorge, SH2
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Saturday, 26 July 2014

My World

Crime scene in Hastings photograph
Crime scene in Hastings
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 25 July 2014

My World

Lesley Stewart, fruit and vege seller in the Hastings Mall photograph
Lesley Stewart, fruit and vege seller in the Hastings Mall
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Thursday, 24 July 2014

My World

For all my lady fans, a boot sale in Hastings photograph
For all my lady fans, a boot sale in Hastings
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

My World

Gumballs and itchy-bombs photograph
Gumballs and itchy-bombs
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

I only worked one day last week, but as always the weekend yielded rich pickings - enjoy J

Gordy Chatfield, 7, Bridge Pa, Hastings, making a kaleidoscope at Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings photograph
I can see you, you, you
Gordy Chatfield, 7, Bridge Pa, Hastings, making a kaleidoscope at Hastings City Art Gallery, Hastings
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Sandy Turnwald and Whiskers Turnwald, parents of Morgan Turnwald, 23, a "Cold Duck Virgin", all from Shannon, pictured with Whiskers' 1996 Harley-Davidson FLHT "Bagger", ready to leave the Cold Duck Rally, at River Park Event Centre, 750 Pourerere Rd, Otane. photograph
Her dad said it
Sandy Turnwald and Whiskers Turnwald, parents of Morgan Turnwald, 23, a "Cold Duck Virgin", all from Shannon, pictured with Whiskers' 1996 Harley-Davidson FLHT "Bagger", ready to leave the Cold Duck Rally, at River Park Event Centre, 750 Pourerere Rd, Otane.
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L-R: Olivia Addis, Havelock North, Natalya Taylor, Anita Aitken-Taylor, Te Awanga, outside the Napier Municipal Theatre, Tennyson St, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE. photograph
There'tis
L-R: Olivia Addis, Havelock North, Natalya Taylor, Anita Aitken-Taylor, Te Awanga, outside the Napier Municipal Theatre, Tennyson St, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE.
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L-R: Calvin Corner (Willy Wonka), Angela Seol (Veruca Salt), handing out lollies, promoting Napier's "City Sale! Sweet", on Tennyson St, Napier photograph
Chocolate lovers
L-R: Calvin Corner (Willy Wonka), Angela Seol (Veruca Salt), handing out lollies, promoting Napier's "City Sale! Sweet", on Tennyson St, Napier
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L-R: Nicole Turi, Napier, Santana Wiperi, Napier, dressed as Pink Butterfly Fairies, at the Sound Shell, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE. photograph
Fun fairies
L-R: Nicole Turi, Napier, Santana Wiperi, Napier, dressed as Pink Butterfly Fairies, at the Sound Shell, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE.
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L-R: Sam Hawke, Napier, Lily Wilson, Amber Wilson, Napier, near the Sound Shell, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE. photograph
Little runner
L-R: Sam Hawke, Napier, Lily Wilson, Amber Wilson, Napier, near the Sound Shell, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE.
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L-R: Emily Wakely, Napier, with her cousins from Hamilton, Sophie Holten, Olivia Holten, on Marine Parade, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE. photograph
Looking for clues
L-R: Emily Wakely, Napier, with her cousins from Hamilton, Sophie Holten, Olivia Holten, on Marine Parade, Napier, taking part in a Locals Day i-Spy Fun Challenge, run by Napier i-SITE.
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Centre: Nick Biles, 11, Napier, having fun jousting at Inflatable World, Thames St, Pandora, Napier photograph
Funday Sunday
Centre: Nick Biles, 11, Napier, having fun jousting at Inflatable World, Thames St, Pandora, Napier
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Monday, 21 July 2014

Quips & Quotes

Bruce Arnold: To value people equals to honour them, speak well of, think well of, act well towards.

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Living the Dream

"Coffee Creek Prison, Portland - One of the inmates needed new glasses and was having trouble getting new glasses. She asked for prayer to get new glasses, instead God healed her vision so she doesn't need to even wear glasses any longer. She shares her testimony and based on that testimony they prayed for another female inmate who was complaining about blurry vision and the frustration with reading. Her vision cleared up instantly."

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Dream Culture: Bringing your Dreams to Life

Saturday, 19 July 2014

My World

The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
The Mohaka Viaduct
 Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge
 I've got to admit, I had a bit of fun with this one  J

The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph

The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
  
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph

The Mohaka Viaduct, Hawke's Bay's most photographed bridge photograph
 
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

My World

Muralis in situ in Raupunga photograph
Muralis in situ in Raupunga
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 18 July 2014

My World

The common Kiwi photograph
The common Kiwi
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Thursday, 17 July 2014

My World


Absolutely no passing! photograph
Absolutely no passing!
(sometimes bumps in the road are there to save you....)
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

My World

Puss waits for party to start photograph
Puss waits for party to start
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

My World

One of a series of works, entitled A Good Yarn", by Tania Cooney, a Napier Inner City Marketing initiative. "A rolling ball of yarn creates the connections, whilst the different images tell the story of Napier’s relationship to the many heritage buildings with links to old woolstore sites." photograph
Simple, yet elegant (Part II)
An update on a post I uploaded a couple of weeks ago:
The box I photographed was one of a series of works, entitled A Good Yarn" by Tania Cooney, a Napier Inner City Marketing initiative.
"A rolling ball of yarn creates the connections, whilst the different images tell the story of Napier’s relationship to the many heritage buildings with links to old woolstore sites."
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Skewed perspective?

Matthew Beveridge has an interesting blog on the use of social media in the lead up to the 2014 general election. His latest post is about the effectiveness of a fan-shaped graphic put out by the National Party, which is unusually distorted:
 
 
Here's my photoshopped version where I've "corrected" the perspective:
 
 
In the half-a-second attention span particular to most users of social media, the top version is pretty clever and, I think, effective in that without any deep analysis it makes me 'feel' the drop, especially if I'm scrolling down as I read. The lower one, I've seen before.
 
Regarding the message, my main comment is that it's all very well projecting four years ahead, but the graph really should show the previous four as well to have much relevance, particularly in election year when budgets tend to be rosy.
 
Neither do I consider a projection to be "evidence". Someone more cynical than me might regard that as a skewed perspective in more ways than one.
 
What do you think?

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Joni Holden, Hastings, with an untitled work - eXpidition, an exhibition by eXit, a collective of artists, at Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings photograph
Pretty as a picture
Joni Holden, Hastings, with an untitled work - eXpidition, an exhibition by eXit, a collective of artists, at Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings
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L-R: Tiffles Hansen; Ali Beal, make-up tutor; Renee Menzies - taking part in an experience in screen production at EIT Eastern Institute of Technology, Taradale, Napier - free taste of different programmes available, Beat the Boredom in the July school holidays photograph
Even fake, it makes me squirm
L-R: Tiffles Hansen; Ali Beal, make-up tutor; Renee Menzies - taking part in an experience in screen production at EIT Eastern Institute of Technology, Taradale, Napier - free taste of different programmes available, Beat the Boredom in the July school holidays
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Kevin Knox, owner, Video Ezy Greenmeadows, Napier, with a charity donation box for Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind, which a Video Ezy member tried to steal, but was thwarted by the Velcro dots by which it was attached to the counter. photograph
Dumb crook
Kevin Knox, owner, Video Ezy Greenmeadows, Napier, with a charity donation box for Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind, which a Video Ezy member tried to steal, but was thwarted by the Velcro dots by which it was attached to the counter.
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Georgie Hanna, 6, Hastings, practising controlled braking, at a BikeNZ Learn To Ride holiday programme at Hawke's Bay Regional Sports Park, Hastings, a one-day cycling programme for 6-10 year-olds, to develop their fundamental skills, confidence and enjoyment of cycling photograph
I can do this
Georgie Hanna, 6, Hastings, practising controlled braking, at a BikeNZ Learn To Ride holiday programme at Hawke's Bay Regional Sports Park, Hastings, a one-day cycling programme for 6-10 year-olds, to develop their fundamental skills, confidence and enjoyment of cycling
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Bianca Saath, Hastings, has been working for 10 months on the Mercy Ships in the Congo photograph
Looking for work in Hawke's Bay
Bianca Saath, Hastings, has been working for 10 months on the Mercy Ships in the Congo
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Centre: Mac Wilcox scored a goal for Central under-18 men, hockey vs North Harbour, at Park Island, Napier photograph
That's one to us
Centre: Mac Wilcox scored a goal for Central under-18 men, hockey vs North Harbour, at Park Island, Napier
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L-R: Corey Small, Stratford, Aaron Young, New Plymouth, racing New Zealand Saloon Cars event - Extreme Global New Zealand Under-16 radio-controlled Stock Car Championships, hosted by Hawke's Bay RC Speedway, at the Hawke's Bay Showgrounds, Hastings photograph
Big boys' toys
L-R: Corey Small, Stratford, Aaron Young, New Plymouth, racing New Zealand Saloon Cars event - Extreme Global New Zealand Under-16 radio-controlled Stock Car Championships, hosted by Hawke's Bay RC Speedway, at the Hawke's Bay Showgrounds, Hastings
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Neil Burns, Hastings Rugby and Sports, running in for a try - premier rugby vs Clive, at Clive. Hastings won 47-3 photograph
Crowd-pleaser
Neil Burns, Hastings Rugby and Sports, running in for a try - premier rugby vs Clive, at Clive. Hastings won 47-3
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Monday, 14 July 2014

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Living the Dream

"AJ had a background as an Occupational therapist in Germany. She would regularly have clients experiencing what we would call encounters with God during their therapy sessions. While she was interning with me, she established a friendship with one of the local city officials. One day she was visiting this city official to drop off a gift. The official was clearly unsettled about something, so she inquired about what was going on. He shared that his father had been diagnosed with leukemia and was not expected to live beyond four months.

She immediately responded by saying she had a problem with anyone dying from disease because Jesus paid for that not to happen (Jesus’ blood heals every sickness and disease). She then told him a testimony of another person being healed from cancer and offered a quick, 30-second prayer for the official’s father. The next week she heard back that the official’s father had gone in for follow-up tests, and the doctors could no longer find the leukemia!"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Heaven in Business

My World

Winter blues photograph
Winter blues 
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Saturday, 12 July 2014

My World

The time is 12-17pm, the old Mohaka road bridge still casts its shadow photograph
The time is 12-17pm
The old Mohaka road bridge still casts its shadow
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Friday, 11 July 2014

My World

Now that's what I call planning, Healthy Inspirations, Napier photograph
Now that's what I call planning
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Thursday, 10 July 2014

The power of an apology

It would seem that apologies and violence against women are in the news.

1. David Cunliffe apologises for being a man, when speaking to a Women's Refuge Symposium, saying,
"I'm sorry. I don't often say it, but I'm sorry for being a man, right now. Because family and sexual violence is perpetrated overwhelmingly by men, against women and children."
After my initial cringe, the better side of me wants to believe his heart was in the right place, it just came out wrong. Unfortunately, in all the news and blog posts I've read, I haven't seen any comment from those who actually attended.

2. Regarding the Malaysian diplomat facing sex charges, Hone Harawira says on TV show Back Benches,
"I think all of the media, their heads should roll for making a big fuss about bugger all. There's kids starving in this country...."
followed up with an apology on his Facebook page...
Sometimes I make little mistakes and sometimes I make big mistakes. The thing is, when you’re wrong, front up and deal with it. I made a BIG mistake last week, and here’s what I have to say about it …

I want to sincerely apologise if my comments on Backbenches may seem to have minimised the gravity of the situation regarding the young woman who asked police to investigate the complaint of sexual assault against the Malaysian diplomat.

I have reviewed the tape and I accept that my comments were not helpful at all. Sexual assault IS a big deal, and I applaud Tania Rose Billingsley for her brave and courageous appearance on television last night
."
Apart from the qualifiers i.e. "if my comments..." and "may seem to have minimized..." (which can only lessen the impact of the apology) he makes a pretty good fist of it.

In both these cases, the forum and the intent is key to the success or failure of the apology.

Some years ago, I was involved in a weekend forum where people, both men and women, came to deal with past hurts and offences done against them. 

The emotional and spiritual pain that people carry can often be overwhelming. Some deal with it by denying it, some by burying it, and some by lashing out at others, invariably against those closest. Hence any abuse is multi-leveled and can be difficult to successfully target.

We were also encouraged to address past failures of our own. There are two issues that are crucial: we need to face and acknowledge what has been done to us, and we must own up to what we have done, out of our own pain, to others.

It goes without saying then, that in the same way we need to apologise and be forgiven, we must also forgive.

But how can you deal with an offense or abuse, if the offender or the offended has since died, left the country or refuses to speak to you. Maybe approaching them would open yourself up to even more abuse, a very real scenario for many. Or if the offence happened so long ago it would just be wrong to hunt the person down and reopen the wound.

In one of the last sessions of the weekend, I was privileged to stand before a group of women, and stand in the gap, for men per se.

No, I didn't say I was sorry to be a man. What I did say was, "On behalf of the men who have hurt you, I apologise and I ask you to forgive me" - and it only took a little imagination and some recollection on my part to be specific about what I was apologising for.

And this was the effect:

It empowered them as women to be able to say, "I forgive you," and truly start their own journey of reconciliation and healing.

It empowered me as a man to not only feel some of the pain that men have caused, but to be a part of that healing process.

The power of an apology - and genuine forgiveness - should never ever be underestimated.

My World

Troll control on the Wairoa Rd photograph
Troll control on the Wairoa Rd
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

My World

Apartments in Ahuriri, four million dollars right there photograph
Apartments in Ahuriri
Four million dollars right there
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Intersection of SH2 and Hydrabad Rd, Napier -  Prime Minister John Key has announced a $212 million roading and construction package, which includes a "Port of Napier access package" photograph
Announcement brings warm glow
Intersection of SH2 and Hydrabad Rd, Napier -  Prime Minister John Key has announced a $212 million roading and construction package, which includes a "Port of Napier access package"
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Centre: Mairi Fitzsimons, drama teacher, deputy principal, Havelock North High School, Havelock North, retiring at the end of this week, pictured with some of her Shakespeare students  L-R:Kelsey Aldersley, Layla Pitt, Brendon Tipene, Brie Keatley, Emily Lloyd, Nicole Brailsford photograph
'Tis in my memory lock'd, And you yourself shall keep the key of it.' - Hamlet
Centre: Mairi Fitzsimons, drama teacher, deputy principal, Havelock North High School, Havelock North, retiring at the end of this week, pictured with some of her Shakespeare students  L-R:Kelsey Aldersley, Layla Pitt, Brendon Tipene, Brie Keatley, Emily Lloyd, Nicole Brailsford
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Senior firefighter Hana Wainohu dampens down hotspots at a house fire in Flaxmere, Hastings, caused by a four year-old child playing with matches. The tenants and the landlord were uninsured. photograph
Gutted
Senior firefighter Hana Wainohu dampens down hotspots at a house fire in Flaxmere, Hastings, caused by a four year-old child playing with matches. The tenants and the landlord were uninsured.
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L-R: Jan Fitzgerald, Leonard Lambert, Napier, married couple, well-known for walking hand-in-hand around Napier streets, pictured walking along the Rotary Pathway, Marine Parade, Napier, with Cape Kidnappers in the background. They both had a poem published in Random House's anthology "Essential New Zealand Poems." photograph
Still in step
L-R: Jan Fitzgerald, Leonard Lambert, Napier, a married couple well-known for walking hand-in-hand around Napier streets, pictured walking along the Rotary Pathway, Marine Parade, Napier, with Cape Kidnappers in the background. They both had a poem published in Random House's anthology "Essential New Zealand Poems."
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Snow on Mount Ruapehu, pictured from SH2, just south of Clive, Hawke's Bay photograph
Winter wonder
Snow on Mount Ruapehu, pictured from SH2, just south of Clive, Hawke's Bay
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Snow on the Ruahine Ranges, pictured from SH2, Clive. photograph
Seasonal snow
Snow on the Ruahine Ranges, pictured from SH2, Clive.
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Jason Marshall, new Hawke's Bay Magpies prop, rugby, a Canada World Cup star photograph
Lifting more than me (80kg)
Jason Marshall, new Hawke's Bay Magpies prop, rugby, a Canada World Cup star
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