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SUPPORTING HAWKE'S BAY SPORT
Candidates' public meeting, 2pm, Taradale Senior Citizens Hall,
Symons Lane, all welcome. Free.
''Sibling Rivalry: The Growing Pains of Hastings and Napier
1879-1935'', a talk by Michael Fowler. Havelock North Community
Centre, 7.30pm. Tickets from Poppies Bookstore Havelock North.
Pure Vibrations, soul/funk/reggae, The Cabana, 8pm.
Home and Garden Show, 10am-5pm, McLean Park, Napier. Runs until
Hastings Lions Music Sale Scout Hall, Sylvan Rd, Hastings, 1pm-4pm
on Saturday and 9.30am-3pm on Sunday. Records, DVDs, CDs,
videos, sheet music, instruments. Proceeds to Cranford Hospice.
Arts and Crafts Corner Otane Open Weekend, Higginson St, Otane,
10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.
Mel Parsons, The Cabana, 8pm.
Hastings Fire Brigade 125th Jubilee, public day at HB Racing Centre,
10am-2pm. Entry by gold coin.
Spring Break, Pettigrew-Green Arena, 3-11pm.
A Day on the Green, Steely Dan and Steve Winwood, 4pm, Church Rd
William Colenso Bicentenary, 9am-4pm, HB Museum. Programme of
events, runs until November 13. For more info, email
Wine and Design, 7-9.30pm, Church Rd Winery, $12. Contact 833
8232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Italian filmfest pronto
It is one week until the Gala
Opening of the 16th Italian Film
Festival and patrons are busy
selecting which films they are
going to see.
November 9 s opening night
features the premiere of Paolo
Virzi s The First Beautiful
Thing, a touching and nostalgic
With Napier s Century Cin-
ema undergoing construction
work, the festival will show this
year at Cinema Gold in Have-
lock North. Nineteen films will
screen from November 9 to
November 23. A programme is
available at italianfilmfe-
stival.co.nz. Tickets for the Gala
Opening night are $22, includ-
ing a choice of Italian beverage,
and can be bought from the cin-
ema. Pre-purchase is advised.
Those who enjoyed last year's
festival will be delighted to know
that the majority of the 2010
films are now available as a
boxed set and can be ordered at
All Blacks mates are rivals
Hawke s Bay sporting stars who fea-
tured at world cups this year are among
the main contenders at the 2011 Ngati
Kahungunu Maori Sports Awards.
Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks
and good mates
Israel Dagg and
Zac Guildford are
finalists for the
of the Year
women s Touch
Cardie is one of
three finalists in
of the Year title.
Cardie and her
went down 5-3 to
Australia in the
women s final of the 2011 Touch World
Cup played in Edinburgh mid-year.
Dagg and Guildford are up against
Australian national basketball league
championship winner Paul Henare --
who is also nominated for coach of the
year after leading his HBS Bank Hawks
to the New Zealand NBL grand final in
his first year in charge -- and footballer
Dakota Lucas, who played for the Jun-
ior All Whites at the Fifa Under-20
World Cup in Colombia .
To inquire about tickets to this Saturday
night's award ceremony at AW Parsons
Stadium in Waipukurau, phone
06 876 2718.
2011 Ngati Kahungunu Maori Sports Awards
Te Kupenga Hauora Junior Maori Sportsman:
Matthew Bird (basketball), Hone-Paora Hoepo-Scott
(swimming), Horowai Puketapu (softball), Eli Raheke
Te Kupenga Hauora Junior Maori Sportswoman:
Aaliyah Ah Kiong (basketball), Courtney Gettins
(softball), Tiffany Piper (shooting). Rita Hokianga
EIT Maori Coach:
Anaru Bartlett (rugby league, touch), Paul Henare
(basketball), Thomas Makea Sr (softball), Kevin
Tamati (rugby league).
Mackersey Construction Maori Administrator:
Anaru Bartlett (rugby league, touch), Anthony Morley
(multisports), Conrad Waitoa (rugby), Heather
Skipworth (iron Maori).
Te Puni Kokiri Senior Maori Sportsman:
Israel Dagg (rugby), Zac Guildford (rugby), Dakota
Lucas (football), Paul Henare (basketball).
Kahungunu Hikoi Whenua Senior Maori
Candis Cardie (touch rugby), Jordan Hunter
Roni Nuku (waka ama).
Te Roopu Huihuinga Hauora Maori Official:
Suzie Hiha (basketball), Zane Johnson (touch rugby),
Zarne Johnson (touch rugby), Danielle Maulder
Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga Active Kaumatua:
Elliot Hawea (basketball), Waiora Rogers (triathlon),
Tanira Te Au (rugby, triathlon), Kevin Tamati (rugby
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