Are you a Passionate, Authentic, Resilient Explorer?
We are looking for some new staff to help our wonderful school grow even better in 2018.
Our recent ERO review identified our school as a vibrant, dynamic, caring environment where everyone is encouraged to be their best.
Job 1 – Teacher-aide – 25 hours per week, full year
Job 2 – Teacher -aide – 5 hours per week, term by term.
Job 3 – Caretaker – 5 hours per week.
Positions will be filled as suitable candidates are found. All position job descriptions will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Please send your CV and a cover letter to Michelle Nell, email email@example.com.
I am sad and angry to have to report a presumed dog attack last night, sometime after 8.30pm. Our gorgeous Guinea Pigs were viciously attacked and the hutch has been torn apart and dragged nearly 4 metres.
I can only presume it was one or two dogs, although we never heard any barking at all. There are large teeth marks over the hutch consistent with dog bites.
PLEASE be aware of where your dogs are at night – keep them contained and on your property.
Angela and Chris Phillips
1491 Ahuroa Rd
If anyone knows of someone with a tyre bead breaker I could borrow – I’m in need of one urgently. Currently struggling to change motorcycle tyres.
If so please call me on 094224001. Thanks.
Originally shared on Facebook:
Dog been hit on ahuroa road (just before martin access road) just now by a truck.
Tri coloured beagel type. No collar
Ive moved him off the road:(
Whoeveres dog it is im sorry for yur loss
I presume this is meant to be West Coast Rd and not Ahuroa Rd.
Sorry to share bad news.
FREE ducks (lots of them), currently laying eggs.
Call Colin 021 112 4384 – Martin Access Rd
Has no internet so call him direct with questions please.
Ulrich Fibreglass ladder, extends to 6 metres, needs a new rope and one foot.
Pick up Hawkens Road, $150.
Please see the update below on the Emergency Mobile Alert
There are links there with more information from the Ministry. Please share with your colleagues and networks.
Emergency Mobile Alert (EMA) update
On Sunday 26 November the Government will be launching a new Emergency Mobile Alert (EMA) service to keep people informed in an emergency. Lead by the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management, we are partnering with other authorised agencies; New Zealand Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand, Ministry for Primary Industries, Ministry of Health and other Civil Defence Emergency Management Groups; to use the EMA to alert people if their lives, property or health are at serious risk. The system uses cell broadcast technology to send messages to enabled phones, so alerts can be targeted to specific geographic locations. People won’t need to sign up to receive alerts, or download an app, alerts will be sent to every enabled phone in the region. This is an exciting development towards strengthening our emergency alerting systems across New Zealand and is another channel for warning people when there is a serious risk.
Nationwide public test
The Minister of Civil Defence announced that there will be a nationwide public test of the EMA system on 26 November between 6pm and 7pm. An alert will be sent to the entire country, across all mobile networks (Vodafone, Spark and 2Degrees). The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management website will have an interactive facility for people to check why they did not receive an alert. If a person determines that they should have received the alert, then the system will encourage them to submit information that will allow MCDEM to investigate further. The test will be followed up by a public survey.
We are in the ‘it’s coming’ phase of the EMA promotion campaign which runs until 26 November. The campaign will help New Zealanders understand how EMA works and will publicise the upcoming nationwide test. The ‘it’s here’ phase of the campaign will begin on 26 November shortly after the nationwide test. This phase states that EMA is now live and educates people on what to do when they receive an alert.
What you can do
Help us promote EMA by using your own channels. Do you have publications, mail outs, email newsletters? There are lots of resources available for you on the website.
Nāku noa, nā
Ivan Yeo | Resilience and Welfare Advisor
Auckland Emergency Management
Hi all, I am looking for an Alpaca Shearer. Does anyone know of a shearer coming to town?
1159 Ahuroa Rd
Ph: 09 4225287
Visit the Puhoi Village Market between 9am and 1pm on Sunday 26th November at the Sports Club grounds. It is a Christmas affair, so time to stock up your pantry and think about gifts for your loved ones.
Colourful stalls, which include local and seasonal produce, organic fruit and veges, honey, coffee, cheese, nuts, preserves, chutneys and sauces, samosas, deli foods, olive oil, crepes and ice cream, fresh juice and a sausage sizzle. Other great stalls are selling plants, garden sculptures, jewellery, knitwear, colourful clothes, natural soaps, candles, face & body oils, flax weaving, art, photography and much more. We have new stalls to check out this month as well as our old favorites.
Santa has been invited to drop in and meet the children between 10.30 and 11.30am, and there is a kid’s corner where the little ones can colour in pictures and write and post a letter to Santa.
Located in the heart of historic Puhoi Village this market is a relaxed and friendly affair, a place to support our local community, socialize, and listen to live music. Entertainment this month is by musician David Four, and around 10am there will be a drum circle, suitable for kids and adults to have a go.
This is a family – friendly venue with a play area for the kids and free parking.
Also taking place on the same day is an invitation from the Puhoi Fire Brigade to visit the Puhoi Fire Station Open Day, 52 Ahuroa Road, Puhoi. They have a flash new station which they want to show off to you and you can meet the amazing men and women who volunteer their time and skills for us.
Looking forward to seeing you all there,
the Puhoi Village Market committee