Waitaki Herald : April 27th 2016
2 WAITAKI HERALD, APRIL 27, 2016 YOURPAPER,YOURPLACE ALL DRAMA Visit the beautifully restored SPEED ISSUES WORRY The centre of Hampden is a great place to break a journey south or north. The picturesque town has some excellent places to grab a meal or a coffee, and a stunning beach just down the road as a rest spot. But the concerns of locals about the number of people now stopping in town, and the dangers they face in crossing the state highway to visit local businesses, including the well-appointed supermarket, are legitimate. Dropping the speed limit on State Highway 1 through the heart of town, or putting in a pedestrian crossing, are two possible protective measures, both of which make sense. The case of motorcyclist Bill Young, injured and facing a huge bill to fix his uninsured bike, after hitting a wandering sheep, has polarised opinion online.Many have chosen to criticise his lack of insurance, with others highlighting the fact the sheep was unsecured. Hopefully some commonground can be found on the issue. Have a good week. ❚ Grant Shimmin 1 Oamaru Opera House and relax in the classy yet relaxed OperaHouse Cafe&Bar is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 2.30pm. COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER Community Fundraiser Show’n’Shine Family FunDay& Auction, Saturday April 30. for more details see WhatsOn Page. DUNTOON VILLAGE MARKET Saturday, April 30. All happening 2 3 on the main street. 11am – 2pm. Fresh Produce, delicious food, lavender products, and crafts. Sites still available phone 03 4312004 STEP BACK IN TIME Victorian Precinct step back in time anwander Historic Oamaru. BLUE PENGUINS Oamaru is home to some ofNew 4 5 Zealand’s cutest native wildlife. Check out some at the Little Blue Penguin colony CONTENTS Conversations.................................................. 5 What’s on............................................................. 7 Dr Libby............................................................... 12 Community cookbook............................ 13 Motoring...................................................... 14-16 you know... Rats laugh when tickled. did stuff.co.nz This newspaper is subject to NZ Press Council procedures. A complaint must first be directed in writing, within one month of publication, to the editor’s email address. If not satisfied with the response, the complaint may be referred to the Press Council. PO Box 10-879, The Terrace, Wellington 6143. Or use the online complaint form at www.presscouncil.org.nz Please include copies of the article and all correspondence with the publication. 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