Missing cats – nr. Ahuroa firestation.

Hi all!

Two of our cats have gone missing. It’s been a few days and we really getting worried. These two male cats are best buddies and friendly as well, even though the one is a bit more shy. They are new to our family and house and we really want them back!
We live around the Ahuroa Fire Station area, both cats are desexed and chipped, so you can take them to a vet and get them scanned. But if you just see them or have any news, please let me know! We miss them heaps!!!
Attached are two photos. Indie and Moseley aka Muesli. Muesli is blind in the one eye, but brave. Indie is the shy one.
Thanks all!
Simoné
02108171021

Roaming dog? Killed sheep

We have had many sheep killed think dog attack last two nights. Please warn others to check stick and notice any loose dogs or strange vehicles   ? Very distressing  . Along ahuroa road and clifford road  Will need to put  down many tomorrow.

Nancy Malloy

0274446006

Change of date: Hamburger & Movie Night – Ahuroa Hall ***SATURDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER***

Hi Everyone

The Ahuroa Hall committee have had to change the date of the upcoming Hamburger and Movie Night at the Ahuroa Hall to ***SATURDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER***

Its going to be a great night, bring yourself and/or the kids for a hamburger and some popcorn (for $5) and you can have the night off cooking!

We’ll provide a fun family movie for everyone to watch on the big screen using a projector.

Bring bean bags or cushions for the kids if you like.

We will send more details of the movie and times soon. If you can help do some preparation in the kitchen before hand just come along a little earlier, many hands make light work and more fun!

Thanks and we hope to see you then!

The Ahuroa Hall Committee

From: bullock_joanna@hotmail.com

Lost Dog – Martin Access Rd

Hi neighbours

Betty, our spoodle, has gone missing from Martin access Road. I let both our dogs out this morning and they usually turn up at a different doors straight away. Buddy our other dog turned up alone around lunch time. If you see her can you call me on 021654229? It’s very unusual for her to go walking on her own.

Brian

Fluffy black cat lost, Ahuroa Valley Rd

Hello folks can I please ask you to look out for ‘Vader’ who is about to have his 2nd night away from home,
Ahuroa Valley Road, he’s a fluffy shy black cat, who recently lost his collar, so our phone is 4225542 just in case you have news for us.
Chris and Madhurii

Ahuroa Hall Quiz Night – this Saturday 17th!

Our Ahuroa Hall Quiz Night is this Saturday 17th!

Organise a team of 5 or more, if you can, and book a table through Jo Bullock ( bullock_joanna@hotmail.com ) otherwise just join in on a team on the night 🙂

BYO drinks and a supper plate to share if you like, we will also provide some tea and coffee to keep everyone’s brains charged up!

Kicks off at 8pm at the Ahuroa Community Hall on Ahuroa Rd (Next to the school)

Thanks
Ahuroa Hall Advisory Committee

Seeking a Farm Worker (Part-Time or Full-Time)

We are looking for a farm worker to assist our farm manager in the running, maintaining and developing of our 300-acre sheep and beef farm in Puhoi.

This is a huge amount of variation in this role – with any two days very rarely the same.

Common jobs include:

  • Assisting with raising and caring for livestock including mustering, drenching, dipping, vaccination, docking, crutching and so on.
  • Repairs and maintenance of fences, gates, water troughs, drains, buildings, yards, roading and farm tracks and all other farm infrastructure as well as equipment and machinery.
  • Construction and installation of new fences, gates, water troughs, drains, buildings, yards etc.
  • Operation and maintenance of farm vehicles, equipment and machinery – including quad, UTV, motorbike, tractor, excavator, stock trailers, ride-on mower etc.
  • Weed and pest control including grubbing, spraying, poisoning and trapping as well as fertilising.
  • As well as a wide range of other jobs including deliveries and pick-ups.

This is a highly flexible shared role that can be either full-time or part-time – we can tailor the days and hours of work to suit your circumstances.  It would suit someone reasonably local who is not quite ready to fully retire and wants to keep active or an enthusiastic and reliable younger person or someone in between!  You will be working by yourself at times and often with others.    

We are looking for someone who is both handy and keen.  Some fencing / farm work experience would be beneficial. Experience driving an excavator or heavy machinery would also be beneficial but is not essential.

Hourly rate dependent on experience and productivity, $20-$30+ per hour plus GST (if applicable)

Please email or call me if you, or someone you know might be interested.

Hamish Braddick 

Ahuroa Hall Quiz Night: Sat, 17th August – Save the date.

Come out for some brain teasing fun at the Ahuroa Community Hall Quiz Night!

Organise a team of 5 or more and book a table through Jo Bullock ( bullock_joanna@hotmail.com this is just to make sure we have enough people coming to make it worthwhile!), brush up on your general knowledge and come and have some fun at our local Hall.

BYO drinks and a supper plate to share if you like, we will also provide some tea and coffee to keep everyone’s brains charged up!

Kicks off at 8pm at the Ahuroa Community Hall on Ahuroa Rd (Next to the school)

Thanks
Ahuroa Hall Advisory Committee