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For all your memorial requirements New headstones and designs Renovations, Additional inscriptions, Cleaning and Concrete work Carried out by qualified tradesmen. Two appliances from the Ashburton Volunteer Fire Brigade were dispatched to the Ashburton police station about 9. Drug baby given morphine A baby who died while in Child Youth and Family care was born to a mother who was taking methadone and the infant had to be given morphine to wean him off the drug, an inquest in Marton has heard.
The coronial inquest into his sudden death began yesterday before Palmerston North coroner Tim Scott. The inquest heard that a police officer was called to the home of the caregiver in Marton on May 3, The infant was found dead in a portacot. Ricco was born in Wanganui on February He had been placed with the caregivers in March after his mother could not follow a programme to look after him.
When she became pregnant her baby was exposed to the methadone in the womb and when born, needed to be given morphine while he was weaned off methadone. The court has also heard that when the child was placed with caregivers that no special treatment was required in relation to his treatment with morphine for the methadone addiction. A Child Youth and Family practice leader said he was regarded as a normal baby.
The inquest is continuing. He said the policy was reintroduced to allow pool space for public users, enforce the same rules for all schools, ensure pupils were not fatigued before lessons and prevent teachers from undoing the work of pool tutors. Over children took part, cheered on by parents, teachers and local representatives of the Heart Foundation NZ, hopping and skipping for over an hour to raise money for the Heart Foundation and learn more about keeping hearts healthy.
It is thought her property was taken from her Rawene home in the days after she was killed at Omanaia in rural Hokianga. Around the same time a man appeared in the Kaikohe District Court in relation to the inquiry, but all details have been suppressed until next week.
She is likely to be taken to the same marae, Te Piiti, where she spent her final hours attending a tangi. That included an old-style grey-and-black Nokia cellphone, a wallet and much of her clothing. As Ms Moka stood just 1. Police also want to hear from anyone who saw two vehicles on Sunday June 9 and Monday June They were not stolen and police stress their usual occupants are not suspects in the inquiry.
Marae elders have placed a rahui over the area where her body was found. Forty police staff are continuing to work on the inquiry.
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Searches have also been conducted at several properties, including Rawene locations, as police try to locate the missing property. Police were grateful for the help they had received from the Omanaia community and those who had attended the tangi at Te Piiti Marae. Lauriston School principal Dianne Prendergast said schools needed to reconsider their options after the school felt underwhelmed by their visit two weeks ago.
Netherby School principal Andrew Leverton said it would be difficult for his school to find an alternative because they did not have their own pool. To see more or purchase photos A shoreline search for the crew of the historic American schooner Nina, missing en route from the Bay of Islands to Newcastle, Australia, has been unsuccessful.
The seven-strong crew of the metre vessel were last heard from on June 4. He was the sole occupant of a Honda saloon. The year-old woman was a rear passenger in a car that collided with a ute about Four of her family members were taken to Waikato Hospital. Police later tracked down a year-old suspended driver who allegedly fled the crash scene. Meanwhile, three-year-old toddler Te Haeata Pitiroi was killed at Hatepe near Taupo about 9pm on Christmas Eve when he was run over in a shared driveway.
And year-old Rowan Cai Parker was killed about 6. The official holiday road toll began at 4pm on Christmas Eve and will finish at 6am on January 3. In Mid Canterbury, Lake Hood remains a popular hotspot for boaties and water-loving residents and this year appears to be no different. More than boats, including jetskis and kayaks, have already converged at the Lake in the past fortnight, according to parks manager Gilbert Murdoch.
A voluntary patrol jetski circles the water at random times during the day to ensure high levels of safety are maintained by lake users. Previously, the lake has had its fair share of problems with collisions and over-crowding.
However, Mr Claridge is keen to emphasise the message of safety. Water Safety NZ is calling for a zero free drowning toll these holidays and is urging extreme caution on the water this summer. Mikayla has a 20 a day habit and has tried to give up on five previous occasions. She believes the cash incentive is the only one that will finally push her to kick her habit. She started smoking at 17 and said having a cigarette provided her with quiet spots in her day when she can take a break from work.
Most days she smokes about eight cigarettes. Both women are aware of the health issues around smoking and both say those are not enough on their own to put them off. The graphic warning photos on cigarette packets are not a deterrent and neither would plain packaging be a deterrent to smokers, they say. Increasing the price of cigarettes was the ultimate disincentive to smoke she said, but that could also have a negative effect in some families where parents would opt not to buy things their children needed so they could afford to smoke.
The January 1 increase in tobacco tax is the first of four over four years, planned by the Government. For smokers Chloe Beckett left and Mikayla Ede, will be their People smoking a pack a day year for giving up cigarettes on the back of a 10 per cent rise in tobacover one year are spending about co tax on January 1.
Quitline has rostered on addi- ing help. Tents of all shapes and sizes appeared throughout the Terrace Downs Resort venue yesterday, as thousands of party-goers got ready for a two-day extravaganza in Mid Canterbury. The regularly isolated Coleridge Road received a hammering as cars piled in to the venue, where security teams worked overtime to check for banned items such as alcohol and drugs.
As Amiria Grenell took to the stage to open the event, more than tents gradually began popping up in the backdrop as people started to settle in to the atmosphere and soak up the sun.
The two day event in Mid Canterbury will run through until 6am on Saturday, before kicking off all over again from noon until the early hours of Sunday. More than 50 international and local acts will take to the stage throughout the virtually non-stop lively music extravaganza — and some will fly on to Gisborne to perform for a second time. The music will keep on coming throughout the night and day, but by the sounds of it — not many revellers at the resort appear to have sleep factored in to their plans.
In fact, far from it. Tickets can no longer be purchased, but organisers are accepting gate sales. Day passes are also available at the gate. In many parts of New Zealand freedom camping is banned, stopping a practice that has seen countless Kiwi families holiday for free for decades.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council led the charge last year introducing a bylaw that made it illegal to set up camp on the road, lake or riverside. The Timaru District Council is planning to do the same, but in a watered down version that will allow some freedom camping in some areas — with controls. In Ashburton however, there is no bylaw covering the practice, but the council does have rules around where camping cannot take place and that is within a park or public garden unless the council gives permission.
Council regulatory officer Richard Wade said aside from that the rules are more around not causing a nuisance to other people, not leaving rubbish lying around and not breaking fire ban. Aside from unofficial spots beside rivers and lakes, the council has a number of official short term freedom camping spots, some of which have toilet facilities provided. Other council camping areas which may be managed by others and may include fees include: Sparked by the Ashburton District Family History Group ina group of Ashburton College pupils and founders of the project are only a couple of months away from compiling a war book which documents lives of Ashburton servicemen from the second world war.
Strenuous years of tracking down family members and sourcing information spluttered along for founders David Hooper, L ynne Armstrong, Gwen Beauvais and her late husband Merv.