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The Gisborne Photo News





An Exhibition of Graeme Mudge Art is on display at Fettuccine Brothers Restaurant in Peel Street. All the works were painted in 1995. The pen and water colours are "...the reality of the way things are. The abstracts (in oil) are the way things are inside the mind.


Pak 'N' Save in conjunction with Tegel Chicken put on a promotion to commemorate National Hospice Week. Pak 'N' Save's Kevin McKay) was delighted by the way shoppers responded to the promotion. Leslie Askin, Co-ordinator of Palliative Care Support Teams, represented Palliative Care when Colin Jones, Tegel Chicken's Regional Sales Representative, handed over a $1200 cheque (Gisborne's share of the funds generated by similar promotions by Tegel Chicken and Pak 'N' Save outlets in the North Island)


Poverty Bay East Coast Tennis Association Secretary Mike Owen has organised a tennis touring package for some of the top U/11 to U/18 juniors in our area. The 14 day trip to Australia includes 2 tennis tournaments. The 1st at Wollongong, the 2nd at Tuggerah, just north of Sydney. These promising young players will be busy fund-raising. Anyone who can help should contact Mike Owen or any of the people in the photo.


Graeme and some of his "3D illusion" art at Fettuccine Brothers


Kevin McKay - owner operator of Pak 'N' Save with Leslie Askin - Palliative Care and Colin Jones Regional Sales Representative - Tegel Chicken.


Back from left: Sam Loudon, Raymond Fraser, Ian Loffler, Scott Colebourne and Ben Williams. Middle: Holly Thorpe, Mark Barns-Graham and Richard Humphreys. Front: Susie Humphreys (Asst. Mgr), Rosemary Wall, Fleur Humphreys, Ihaia Hosken and Mike Owen ((Coach). Absent: Asst. Managers Pete Humphreys, Jill Wall and Sarah Wall.



The Poverty Bay Cricket Representatives are a dedicated team who take to the field against some very talented sides. After their match against Hamilton Selector/Coach John Heikell was pleased to announce that Mark Jefferson was selected to play for the Northern Districts B Team.


Most of the Committee of the Gisborne Runners and Walkers Club (organisers of the Chef ¼ Marathon) gathered together to present a cheque to the Riding Club for the Disabled. The donation represents the proceeds of the Chef ¼ Marathon after expenses.


The N Z Employment Service has moved to new premises at the Paris End of Town next to Farmers Home Centre. The move to a ground floor building makes the N Z E S more accessible without the need to climb stairs or ride a lift. For professional service the team to see are...


Standing from left: David Hair, Aku Smith, David Donnelly, Glenn Morley, Andy Neal and Dean Lund. Seated: Grant Watson, Ben Walters, Patrick McHugh (Captain), Glen Udall and Mark Jefferson.


Chris McFadgen, Peter Graham, Alision Broadhurst, Dave Middlemiss, Ray Goldsbury - Riding Club For the Disabled, Kate Davy, Ann Hills, Robyn Arthur, Jim Shaw and Mike Mellelieu.


Standing: Barrie Greentree (left), Lisa Robb, Ray Taylor, Noeleen Gordon, Martin Tatare, Trudi Wanoa, Bill Aston, Jean Moeke (seated), Vince Lalonde, Alison Falwasser, Cath Hema, James Thomson and Kelly Grey. Front: Kath Harrison (left) and Mike Ransley.