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POLICE are remind-
ing motorists to keep an
eye out for children as
the schools begin to reo-
pen for 2016 next week.
“Drivers need to be
extra vigilant around
schools, and keep in
mind that children are
and likely to be very ex-
cited about catching up
with friends, so they can
be easily distracted and
not paying much atten-
tion to their surround-
ings,” says Inspector
Paula Holt, Manager
“We need to do every-
BRING a picnic rug and be ready to have a fun
family time at Kawhia on Waitangi Day, Febru-
The town’s annual Kawhia Moana, Kawhia Kai,
Kawhia Tangata festival will bring together tradi-
tional kai, performers, artists, musicians and more
to Omimiti Reserve beside the harbour.
If traditional Maori kai tempts your tastebuds,
hangi will be served in kono (woven flax baskets)
from 10am-4pm while whitebait, paua and mussel
fritters, watercress pesto, spit pork sandwiches,
oysters, muttonbirds, toroi, kawakawa ginger beer
and many more delicacies are available from more
than 40 stalls. For the less adventurous, there’ll be
crepes and kebabs, watermelon, ice cream, fresh
fruit juice and coffee.
Festival fans can watch Maori artists and craft-
speople work at their raranga (flax weaving), kete
(basket) making, Maori medicine and massage,
wood and stone carving and more.
Local blues, country, rock and pop singers and
musicians will entertain throughout the day.
Several kapa haka groups will perform and the
Maori Volcanics band is sure to draw a huge crowd.
Several waka will be on the water as part of the
Waitangi Day celebrations.
There’ll also be three free bouncy castles to help
keep the children amused.
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To make the event affordable for families, entry
is by a gold coin donation, with all proceeds going
to the Waikato Westpac Rescue helicopter.
Co-organiser Marj Kaati says she is very excited
about the event supporting the helicopter.
“It serves our whole district and has saved many
lives, so as a west coast community, we are thrilled
to give as much back as we can.”
Kai fest on its way
SLOW DOWN: With large numbers of children returning to school next week, Police are
reminding motorists to be extra vigilant when travelling through school zones. Pictured are St
Joseph’s Catholic School students, 12-year-old Bridget Schwitzer (left) and Shaylene Colie (13)
monitoring a school crossing in November last year. FILE PIC
thing we can to safeguard our kids as they walk
or cycle to school – some of them for the first time.
“Slow down in and near school zones and take
care when passing school buses.”
The speed limit is 20km/h when passing school
buses dropping off or picking up children including
those boarding or alighting on rural roads where
the speed limit may be 100km/h.
Motorists are also reminded that there is a per-
manent 4km/hr speed threshold in place around
This means that anyone exceeding the speed
limit by more than 4km/h in the vicinity of a school
can expect to receive a ticket.
“If you are walking your children to school, show
them the safest place to cross roads, reminding
them to look left and right and look out for cars,”
“Walking school buses are another great way
to keep our kids safe. They are also a good way to
take advantage of the summer weather and con-
nect with your local community.”
She is also advising people to allow plenty of time
for school drop-offs so they are not rushed and can
give the road the full attention it needs.
“Remember you are setting an example to the
younger generation of road users of how to be safe
and smart on our roads.”
Be extra vigilant from next week
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