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Heather and Graham, Lynette, Dave,
and Jessica invite you to their
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS REMEMBRANCE SERVICE,
on Tuesday, 20 November 2012, at Southern Funeral Home
Chapel, 106 Hokonui Drive, Gore, at 7-00 p.m.
The life of one we love is never lost ... its influence goes
on through all the lives it ever touched.
Christmas is a time of joy and thanksgiving, but for many it is
also a time of sadness and reflection, as we remember family
and friends who are no longer with us. We invite you to join us
in a candle lighting Memorial Service in remembrance of your
loves ones. Supper will be provided.
All welcome to come along.
SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 106 Hokonui Drive, Gore,
Phone: 2088004, fax: 2088005, email: email@example.com
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Cnr River and Ashton Streets, Gore
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Specialists in insurance work
Phone 03 208-6006 24 hours
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* Valid until 31 January, 2013
* New customers welcome
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Do you understand all the ins and outs and
responsibilities that come with being a member?
Need some advice? Need some help?
Come along to Venture Southland's and the Southland
Community Law Centre's FREE workshop Getting to Grips
with Good Governance - designed with you in mind.
Are you part of a community group,
committee, trust or board?
28 November, 2012 • 7.00 -- 9.00pm
Lumsden Memorial Hall
A light supper will be provided.
Please register by emailing
or ring her on (03) 2111 409
PH 03 202 5717
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208 Main Street Gore
Phone 208 9440
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Set to ride: Gore District Mayor Tracy
Hicks will show his support for White
Ribbon Day by attending an event at
Pioneer Park on Wednesday . He is
pictured on a Yamaha XV 950 at Gore
Gore District Mayor Tracy Hicks
will pledge his support to stop
violence against women at a
White Ribbon event in Gore next
The event is part of the White
Ribbon campaign, which offers
men the opportunity to be part of
the solution to end violence
Part of the campaign is the White
Ribbon Motorcycle Ride, which is
a motorbike convoy riding for
nine days through New Zealand
from Saturday, with ride leaders
steering three convoys through 80
towns picking up support riders.
A convoy of riders will attend
Gore's event, which will be at
Newman Park between 1.30pm
Event co-ordinator Maura Dakin
said the event was aimed at Gore's
youth, with free icecreams being
People will be urged to sign the
pledge to stop violence against
Figures show one in three women
will experience partner violence
at some point in their lives but
only 20 per cent of abuse cases are
This is the second year Mr Hicks
has supported the event.
Mr Hicks said it was good to
create awareness that violence
against women is not acceptable.
The White Ribbon Campaign is
led by men and is about changing
attitudes and behaviours around
men's violence towards women.
The key messages for White
Ribbon are: violence towards
women is unacceptable, violence
is not just physical, men are part
of the solution and you can help
fix this problem.
Repairs to Main St have been
postponed until 2013 to avoid the
Christmas shopping period.
The repairs were scheduled to start
this week, but after concerns the work
could take longer than expected and
clash with the pre-Christmas shop-
ping, the New Zealand Transport
Agency agreed to delay repairs to
potholes and large cracks in the
asphalt until February.
Gore district roading manager Mur-
ray Hasler said the council became
aware only last week that the work
night take longer than the 12 days
The NZTA, which manages Main St as
part of its state highway network,
advised there was a possibility the
specialist machinery used by contrac-
tor SouthRoads could be held up at
another repair site.
''With the timeframe to finish the
repairs getting too tight for comfort it
was decided to postpone the work,'' Mr
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