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CENTRAL DISTRICT TIMES, JANUARY 17, 2012
Taihape (30 hours per week)
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A Heartland Services Co-ordinator position and Administration Officer
position based in the Taihape Service Centre of Work and Income are
available. We are seeking a person who has the skills and experience to
fulfil both roles.
Heartland Services is a Government initiative designed to improve the
provision of government services to people living in provincial or rural
areas. Heartlands Taihape is one of the 36 Heartland Services Centres
operated through the Ministry of Social Development around the country.
The role of the Heartland Services Co-ordinator is to coordinate the
services of government agencies that do not have an office in the area.
There is also a strong focus on developing and maintaining relationships
with non-Government agencies to support community access to these
services through the Heartlands initiative.
The Heartland Services Co-ordinator is the focal point for Heartland
Services. This position is based in the Ministry's Taihape Work and Income
Service Centre and is for 20 hours per week. This position requires excellent
communication, computer and well developed organisational skills.
The ability to establish and maintain strong community networks with
government and non-government agencies is a key feature of this role.
We also have an Administration position of 10 hours per week for
Work and Income.
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Work and Income is a service of the Ministry of Social Development
providing income support and employment services to nearly
1.2 million New Zealanders. We work with communities,employers
and other agencies to contribute to the Ministry's vision of an inclusive
New Zealand. www.msd.govt.nz/careers
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Learn how to make
the most of 2012
Like a fresh, blank page in a book, the new year marks a new chapter in your life.
Whether you're on track to achieve bigger goals or wanting to make significant
changes, these tips from The Great Life Redesign will help you make the most of 2012.
Learn and move on
If you've made a few mistakes, don't
worry, we all have!
Take time to identify what went
wrong, convert the precious lessons
into wisdom and move on.
By extracting lessons from mistakes
or failures, you can let the emotion,
values violations or whatever was
''wrong'' about that event go.
Take stock of where you are
Step back and give each area of your
life an A-F grade.
Review what's working and what
isn't in your relationships, health,
wealth/finances, career, home,
environment, community, challenge/
growth and spirituality/beliefs.
Consciously decide what to
keep and what will be
Having mentally reviewed each room
in your ''life house'', decide and make a
list of what needs to change.
If you do make a change, what will
actually be different and how will that
be better than what you have today?
Create a 2012 vision
Decide what will be happening by this
time next year that isn't happening
Write down key words to decide
where you're going to invest time,
energy and effort.
Based on where you're heading,
what will it look, sound and feel like
and who will be there with you?
Decide how you'll make your
vision a reality
This includes setting goals and devel-
oping strategies to bring your vision to
Without these your vision will be
based on wishful thinking that's
unlikely to be realised.
Make concrete plans and hold your-
self accountable for making change
Celebrate the wins
In the quest to get things done, we
often forget to celebrate our
achievements, big and small.
Take time to feel the satisfaction of
achieving each goal and notice what it
was that helped you get there.
The ''high'' of achieving a win will
keep you motivated for future success.
Embrace the small stuff
The greatest enjoyments in life are
often hidden in the small events that
happen every day. Unfortunately, in
today's fast-paced life, we are often too
busy to even notice them.
If you need ideas, check out 1000
Awesome Things [website]. Revel in
life's little pleasures and start your
own book of Awesomes -- you'll be sur-
prised how quickly you fill it.
How 2012 shapes up is well within
Great and not-so-great things will
happen but that's not as important as
how you respond to them.
So, go on, make the most of it and
love every moment for what it gives
❚ These tips have been provided by
Caroline Cameron, executive career and
lifestyle coach and author of The Great
Life Redesign, available now in all good
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By IN THE ROUGH
Summer golf was in play except for the
weather. Despite several passing
showers scoring was very good with
most players near their handicap or
A good turnout contested a
stableford round with greens putting
well and players rewarded for hitting
it straight off the tee.
Marty Crafar was in superb form
scoring 41 points despite not scoring
on the 6th -- more importantly he
knocked in 7 pars in an even round.
Duane Dick with a 73 off the stick
took out the Joblin in the process on
Dick birdied the 9th to go with 14
pars in one of his better performances
for 41 points.
Dick defeated Brent Denton in a
grinding come from behind victory.
Jim Mickleson came in third with 38
points aided by a birdie on the 10th in
a very even performance.
Brent Denton was rock solid on 37
just spoiling his round with a few
doubles on the longer holes but still
managing 5 pars.
Paul Renwicks scored on every hole
for his 37 in a nice even performance.
President Danny Mickleson also
managed 37 with 7 pars.
On 36 was Koke Cashell, Alex
James, John Gilbert, Robert Cleaver,
Alan and Matthew Thomas. Matt
Thomas had three birdies in his 73
whilst Alan Thomas registered the
only two with a chip in on the 17th.
Twilight golf continues on Friday
evenings. Opening day is January 29
with the valued McKee and AJC
trophies up for grabs. The 2012 pro-
gramme is nearly finalised.
Batters hit to victory
By WICKET KEEPER
On Saturday, Taihape played
Hunterville in the first competition
cricket game played at the Taihape
Recreational Ground for many years.
Taihape batted first and scored an
imposing 226. Fifteen-year-old
Nathan Chaney led the way with an
impressive 63, which included 7 fours
and 2 sixes.
He received excellent support from
Brad Fannin (11), Wayne Davies (31),
and Matt Jacobson (21).
The icing on the cake was provided
by Dion Hooper, who smashed a quick
37 to finish the innings.
This was the best batting effort by
Taihape since the club's resurrection.
In reply, Hunterville scored 138.
Matt Jacobson continued his excellent
form with the ball, taking 3 for 22.
Tremain Gilbert produced his best
bowling performance of the season
with 3 for 29. Brad Fannin, 1 for 40,
and Nathan Chaney, 1 for 29, also
Once again the fielding was out-
standing, with Kerryn Clark and Dion
Hooper taking excellent catches.
This was the second win of the
season for Taihape and without doubt
their best effort, particularly the con-
tribution of the batters, who all contri-
buted to the team effort, unlike in pre-
vious games when only one or two
It was wonderful to be able to play
on the Rec, which provides such a fan-
tastic setting for sport, in particular
cricket, when you get the opportunity
to reflect and soak in the
The game was extremely well
supported with a large number of
❚ Summary: Taihape 226 (Nathan
Chaney 63, Dion Hooper 37, Wayne
Davies 31, Matt Jacobson 21, Brad
Hunterville 138 (Matt Jacobson 3-22,
Tremain Gilbert 3-29. Brad Fannin 1-0,
Nathan Chaney 1-29). Win to Taihape
by 88 runs.
Creditors to miss out
By JIMMY ELLINGHAM
Only the taxman looks likely to get
any money out of the failed Subway
Taihape and Waiouru franchises, and
even he will largely miss out.
The companies behind the two
restaurants were put into liquidation
in the High Court in June and a pro-
gress report issued by David Vance, of
Deloitte, said only the Inland Revenue
Department would get some return.
His reports did not say how much
would be paid but, after the
restaurants traded on for two months
under the liquidator's guidance, Sub-
way Waiouru had about $8500 in the
bank and Subway Taihape $9700.
Inland Revenue was seeking about
$240,000 and Mr Vance said it would
suffer a ''large shortfall''.
It appears to have received only a
few thousand dollars so far.
The restaurants were sold to new
owners and are trading as normal.
But the previous companies have
left a trail of unpaid bills.
Preferential and unsecured
creditors, including suppliers, were
owed a total of $146,966 by Subway
Waiouru. They weren't expected to get
any money back.
And Subway Taihape would not be
able to pay $120,938 to its preferential
and unsecured creditors.
The failed companies were owned by
Gavin and Renee Powell, of Waiouru.
Inland Revenue's Ellen-Marie Carpen-
ter said it appeared the Powells had
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