Kings Grass Autocross Returns

The Southland Sports Car Club in association with Evolution Motorsport, i-Hire Invercargill and the King family return to the King family farm at 136 King Road, Rakahouka this weekend to hold the Kings Grass Autocross 2021.

Following the huge success of last year the club heads back to Rakahouka for another fantastic day of non-championship grass roots motorsport in a paddock kindly made available by Nigel & Liz King and family. Located just 15 minutes from Invercargill the event is a Clubsport basic event that requires cars to have a current WOF or meet Schedule A of the Motorsport Manual.

Helmets and 100% cotton overalls are mandatory (helmets and overalls are available on request prior to the event) and cars will be subject to scrutineering. No SUV, farm trucks or 4wd utes are allowed, neither are mud, snow, 4wd, tractor, sand dune, ATV tyres or bulldozer tracks.

Drivers from 12 years and over are allowed with parental consent and entry fee is just $25 (cash only – no EFTPOS available). The Evolution Motorsport Nissan Sentra is available for competitors to use for just $20.

Thanks to Evolution Motorsport and Mighty Meats competitors will receive a free lunchtime BBQ and the event is very definitely family friendly for competitors.

The event will be signposted from the Lorneville/Dacre highway.

Last year a fantastic entry of fifty-seven competitors contested the event.

Following this event the club will hold the final round of the 2020/2021 Evolution Motorsport Clubsport Championship at Teretonga Park on Sunday 7 March.

For information on the Kings Grass Autocross, use of the Evolution Motorsport Nissan Sentra or Clubsport events in general, contact the Southland Sports Car Club ClubSport co-ordinator, Malcolm Mitchell at 021 666 956.

Watch Covid Update Sunday 28th February

Genome sequencing so far suggests all the latest community cases of Covid-19 are linked, which indicates a single source of infection, Dr Ashley Bloomfield says.

Auckland moved into alert level 3 for seven days from 6am today, with the rest of the country going to alert level 2.

Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins confirmed today that genomic sequencing linked the latest community cases of Covid-19 in Auckland to the second family in the South Auckland cluster.

The cases have resulted in Auckland going to alert level three for seven days, and the rest of the country to level two.

Speaking to media this afternoon, Dr Bloomfield said the genome sequencing showed cases “M” and “N” were not casually connected – this was a direct link which narrowed down the chain of transmission.

Dr Bloomfield said Auckland Public Health officials were still trying to track down a single source of infection that has led to the community cases.

He said wastewater testing has not been able to find wider community cases of Covid-19.


Councillor Abbott Compares Media Training to Preschool

All but two Invercargill City councillors are happy with new media protocols stopping them speaking out when certain decisions are made at meetings.

Councillors voted in favour to the media protocols at Tuesday’s council meeting, except deputy Mayor Nobby Clark and Cr Lindsay Abbott – who were both against the policy. Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt was also vocal about the protocols, voting against them.

Cr Abbott said he felt “sanitised” by the protocols and compared it to being in preschool.

The introduction of media protocols has come from an independent review into the council’s governance ability.

The protocols asked councillors to agree to focus on council issues and activities when speaking to the media, rather than actions or decisions of other elected members or staff.

Cr Abbott said he would continue to speak to the media about decisions by elected members on certain policies and issues, “but not as a character assassination.”

The report was authorised by chief executive Clare Hadley and prepared by Pete Thomson and Jane Parfitt – staff members.

Cr Clark questioned the need for a media policy saying that inappropriate comments made by councillors were already covered under the code of conduct.

He told the meeting that this was just another “gagging” order and asked that his vote against be recorded.

“…me agreeing to that means I am silenced in criticising any collective decision.  

Cr Darren Ludlow said the way he understood it was if people wanted to execute the right to speak publicly against a council decision, they can speak in opposition, “but you can’t rubbish it, you can hold a contrary view, but not ridicule the decision or the members who made it.”


Watch: Invercargill City Council Meeting

Day 4 Wrap Cycling National Championships (watch)

New Zealand endurance rider Kirstie James underlined her class with a dominant display on the final night of the Vantage Elite and Under 19 Track National Championships at Invercargill.

The Southland rider, who had finished third in the elite women’s individual pursuit earlier in the week, rode in the second team sprint side, anchored the southerners to a team pursuit gold and then produced a standout display to take out the 20km points race in a finale to the four-day championship at the SIT Zero Fees Velodrome.

James, who took two laps on the field during the 20km, 80-lap race, received fantastic support from her Southland teammates, Nicole Shields and Rylee McMullan who also took a lap and banked the silver medal, with Holly Edmondston (Mid-South Canterbury) third.

“It’s been an excellent day. I wasn’t sure how my legs would pull up after doing the team pursuit and team sprint, but to be honest my legs were so tired that I had to make smart decisions and that really worked in my favour today,” she said.

“Massive thanks to Cycling Southland and the girls, they did so much for me, I really appreciated it. I also want to say that it was really sad not to have some of my teammates who are recovering from crashes and some of the girls who crashed today. I hope I did them proud.”

The elite men’s 30km points race final showcased Southland’s Corbin Strong in the rainbow jersey as the reigning world points race champion amongst a quality field.

Strong claimed the first two sprints before Aaron Gate began to take control of the race, with reigning Commonwealth Games points race champion Mark Stewart – the Scotsman riding for Southland – also prominent.

Regan Gough and Campbell Stewart did their best to break-up the race, but it was Gate who added the title to his individual pursuit crown from Friday, Stewart taking silver and Strong bronze.

“I didn’t think I was going to have the speed in the sprints to match Corbin and Campbell based on what happened last year, so I put on a bigger gear to try and get a lap on everyone and it went the other way. I won a couple of the early sprints and got enough of a buffer to be able to chip away at it right until the end.”

Southland claimed both the women’s and men’s elite and under-19 4000m team pursuit titles, the women’s team with an impressive line-up including New Zealand representatives James and Shields, McMullan and junior world championship rider Emily Patterson.

“The first time we’d ridden as a team was this morning in the warm up, but we came together and produced a really nice team pursuit ride,” James said.

The young Canterbury Black team won silver, backing up after breaking the championship under 19 record with Charlotte Spurway, Jenna Borthwick, Mikaela Grant and Amelia Sykes in the morning, while Auckland took bronze.

The Southland men’s team of New Zealand riders Strong, Tom Sexton and Nick Kergozou, along with Hamish Keast, had their eye on breaking their own championship record in the final, but had to settle for the gold medal after a messy catch against Canterbury, with Waikato-Bay of Plenty taking bronze.

The Southland Red team of Emma Cumming, Nicole Marshall and Emily Paterson took out the elite women’s team sprint from Waikato-Bay of Plenty Gold (Olivia King, Ellesse Andrews, Mya Anderson), with a composite team of Rhiannon Dunn, Shaane Fulton and Olivia Ray third.

Waikato’s Jackson Ogle, Jayden Fleming and Patrick Clancy combined well to take out the elite men’s team sprint from the Canterbury trio of Sebastian Lipp, Josh Scott and Dylan Day. A great ride by Wellington (Chris Watts, Russell Pepperell, Mike Thomas) earned them the bronze medal.

The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Gold combination of Sophie de Vries, Lily Cawood and Prudence Fowler were too strong for Canterbury Black (Borthwick, Sykes and Grant) in the gold medal ride for the under 19 women’s team sprint. Southland’s Alana Breen, Ciara Kelly and Rhylee Akeroyd won bronze.

Waikato-Bay of Plenty’s Ewan Cousins, Kyle Aitken and Liam Cavanagh won the under 19 men’s team sprint from the Canterbury trio of Ryan McLeod, Michiel van Heyningen and Michael Audeau. Waikato-Bay of Plenty Black (Jaxson Russell, Jared Mann, Hamish Coltman) were third.

Canterbury’s Jenna Borthwick, who also won the scratch and keirin this week, added the under 19 women’s elimination race with a strong final lap, with Southland’s Rhylee Akeroyd second and Cantabrian Amelia Sykes taking bronze.

Tasman’s Kaio Lart took out the under-19 men’s elimination race after Waikato-Bay of Plenty’s Zakk Patterson was relegated to second after the race, with Ronan Shearing (Southland) third.

The Vantage Elite track squad will now have a two-week break before setting their sights on the final campaign through to the Tokyo Olympics.

Saturday Results:

Elite, Women; 4000m team pursuit final: Southland (Kirstie James, Nicole Shields, Emily Paterson, Rhylee McMullen) OVL, 1; Canterbury (Samantha Donnelly, Jenna Borthwick, Mikaela Grant, Amelia Sykes) 2, Auckland (Aimee Blackmore, Samantha Walker, Erin Downie, Maddison Lowry) 4:47.999, 3.

Men 4000 team pursuit final: Southland (Nick Kergozou, Tom Sexton, Hamish Keast, Corbin Strong) OVL, 1; Canterbury (Hugo Jones, Josh Scott, Ryan McLeod, Jonty Harris) 2; Waikato BOP (Kiaan Watts, Daniel Bridgewater, Zac Williams, Zakk Patterson) OVL, 3.

Women 750m team sprint: Southland (Emma Cumming, Nicole Marshall, Emily Patterson) 1l Waikato BOP (Olivia King, Ellesse Andrews, Mya Anderson), 2; Composite (Rhiannon Dunn, Shaane Fulton, Olivia Ray), 3.

Men 750 team sprint: Waikato BOP (Jackson Ogle, Jayden Fleming, Patrick Clancy) 45.415, 1; Canterbury (Sebastian Lipp, Josh Scott, Dylan Day) 46.544, 2; Wellington (Chris Watts, Russell Pepperell, Mike Thomas) 48.100, 3.

Women 20km points race: Kirstie James (Southland) 1, Rylee McMullen (Southland) 2, Holly Edmondston (Mid-South Canterbury) 3).

Men 30km points race: Aaron Gate (Auckland) 1, Mark Stewart (Southland) 2, Corbin Strong (Southland) 3.


Women 750m team sprint: Waikato BOP (Sophie de Vries, Lily Cawood, Prudence Fowler) 52.326, 1; Canterbury (Jenna Borthwick, Amelia Sykes, Mikaela Grant) 52.777, 2 Southland (Alana Breen, Ciara Kelly, Rhylee Akeroyd) 53.921, 3.

Men 750m team sprint: Waikato BOP (Ewan Cousins, Kyle Aitken, Liam Cavanagh) 1; Canterbury (Ryan McLeod, Michiel van Heyningen, Michael Audeau) 2; Waikato BOP (Jaxson Russell, Jared Mann, Hamish Coltman) 3;

Women elimination: Jenna Borthwick (Canterbury) 1, Rhylee Akeroyd (Southland) 2, Amelia Sykes (Canterbury) 3.

Men elimination: Kaio Lart (Tasman) 1; Zakk Patterson (Waikato BOP); Ronan Shearing (Southland) 3.

Fonterra Narrows 2021 Earnings Guidance

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today announced it has lifted the bottom end of its 2021 forecast earnings guidance and narrowed the range to 25-35 cents per share, from 20-35 cents per share.

Fonterra CEO Miles Hurrell says, while it is still in the process of preparing its interim accounts for release on 17 March, it now has enough information to provide more clarity on its full-year earnings guidance.

“That is why we have come out today with narrower forecast earnings range of 25-35 cents per share, which still reflects the usual uncertainties we face over the course of any given year.

“Despite the challenges and flow on effects of COVID-19, the team have remained committed and disciplined. There has been strong demand for the Co-op’s New Zealand milk and we’ve continued to get product to market.”

Fonterra is expecting its earnings performance to be heavily weighted to the first half of the financial year.

Hurrell says a forecast Farmgate Milk Price range of $6.90-$7.50 per kgMS is great for farmers and the New Zealand economy, but dairy prices increasing through the first half of the year does put pressure on our sales margins and this will be seen through the second half of the year.

“We will continue to focus on what is within our control – that’s staying on strategy and maintaining financial discipline. It’s also about our teams going out every day in our markets around the world, proactively managing challenges in the global supply chain and delivering for our customers, farmer shareholders and unit holders.”

SIT Music Students Perform at Burt Munro

This year’s attendees at the Burt Munro Challenge were entertained by an array of rising musical talent, treated to performances from bands made up of Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) Music students. The annual event provided a perfect platform for students, who seized the opportunity to increase their live performing experience and to play to a different audience.

SIT School of Music Programme Manager, Dr Jeff Wragg said there were three bands involved, comprised of a dozen students who performed at the rally site, Oreti Park, Otatara, on the evening of Thursday 11th February, entertaining hundreds of rally participants.

He said two of the bands perform regularly at clubs, weddings and other events, while the third band was made up of third-year students and Dr Wragg, and was put together solely for the Burt Munro event. The students played a variety of classic hits, from the 60’s to present day.

Music student Corrina James, is a band member and SIT School of Music Student Rep, she said the students all really enjoyed their participation in the event. “It was a great opportunity for us to get out there and gain some more experience, and also just to put our names out there”.

Dr Wragg said the bands performing at Burt Munro was purely for students to get more live playing experience outside of SIT, as well as providing the School of Music another opportunity to engage with the local community.

“This is the first time the SIT School of Music has been involved with the event, and also the first time live music was provided on the first night of the rally”.

“The audience was extremely receptive and the students created a real party atmosphere. One of the patrons even spoke to one of the bands about performing for another event in the North Island later in the year”.

“We hope it will become an annual event for us” said Dr Wragg.

Karen Witham, Conference and Events Manager at Great South also had positive remarks about the students’ inaugural involvement.

“What a night! I was really impressed with the students’ performances, engagement and energy! Our rally-goers got into the swing by filling the dance floor. Bring on Burt 2022, I can’t wait to see a repeat of the entertainment; it’s an awesome opportunity to showcase the developing talent we have in the South, with our visitors to the region”.

Southland Heritage Month at the Invercargill Library

This Southland Heritage Month, discover what happens behind the scenes at the Invercargill City Libraries and Archives with a guided tour of the archive stacks and local history collection.

Opening in 2008 the archives are home to records from local government, sports clubs, local businesses, schools, and private collections. The diverse range of maps, photographs, documents, and ephemera provide unique insight into the lives of Southlanders past and present. Uncover hidden treasures and find out how archivists look after these irreplaceable items.

The local history collection houses a wide assortment of locally written and published resources – it is your first port of call for everything you wanted to know about Invercargill and Southland. Speak to library staff about how they can help you with local and family history research.

Included in the tour is a look at the work being undertaken for the Southland Oral History Project, and an exhibit celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Invercargill Municipality.

Two of the tours also feature staff from the Invercargill Public Art Gallery who will speak about the move from Anderson House and the art currently being stored at the archive.

Live in a historic property and keen to find out more about it? Also on this month at the library is a talk by Heritage NZ staff, council archivists, and a local architect and on how to research the history of your house.

Guided Archive and Library Tours
Four sessions throughout March – to book a spot visit scenes-with-a-guided-tour-of-the-archives-and-library-collections/ but be quick! Tour numbers are limited due to space and they are filling up fast!

How to Research Your House
Saturday 13th March
11 am – 1pm
Invercargill Public Library, 50 Dee Street
To register email: [email protected]

All events are free to attend.

Funeral Notices – Saturday 27th February

If you would like your lost loved one’s death / funeral notice  listed here, contact your funeral director for more information about this free service.

Your funeral director can also assist with the notice writing process, as well as other helpful services and advice during your time of need.

For in memoriam or acknowledgements email [email protected]

Funeral Notices are published daily at 6:40am Monday to Saturday a free community service provided by and

AFFLECK, Gary Alan:
Passed away peacefully, after an illness and a long battle with his health, on Wednesday, 24 February 2021, aged 78 years. Loving husband and soul mate of Helen for 55 years, dearly loved Dad and father-in-law of Karen Affleck and Sarah Buxton, John and Maria Affleck, Jo and Guy Michaels, loved and fun Grandad of Rebecca, Ben; AJ, Nakita; Nic, Hayden, and Grace. A loved brother and uncle of his extended family. As per Gary’s wishes a private graveside gathering will be held by invitation. Special thanks to those that have been involved in Gary’s care over the years and in particular recently. In lieu of flowers donations to Gore Hospital, 9 Birch Lane, Gore, would be greatly received and appreciated. Messages to 3 Romney Place, Gore, 9710. – Southern Funeral Home, Gore, FDANZ.

DILLON, Isobel Mavis:
Passed away peacefully in her sleep in the early hours of February 24, 2021, in her 91st year. An incredible woman who was adored by all those who knew her. Dearly loved wife of the late Douglas, treasured and very special Mum of the late Peter, Barbara and Derek (Waimate), and Marilyn (Abu Dhabi). Cherished grandmother to Marek and Rebekah, and Great-Grandmother to Aeris, Kayla and Kenzi. Messages to 143 High Street, Waimate, or via email to Barbara and Marilyn. A private service will be held at a later date. Thank you to all those involved in her care.
“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”

DREW, Kathleen Cecilia (nee Kerr):
Peacefully with family at Clare House on Friday, February 26, 2021, aged 79. Dearly loved wife of Des. Loved mother and mother-in-law of Brendan and Peta (Perth), Dave (Queenstown), Terry (Perth), Teresa and Scott Julian (Arrowtown), Jo and Janan Dunning (Christchurch), Kevin and Ariana (Brisbane) and the late Stephen. Cherished Grandma of Jayden; Caitlyn, Pippa and Rosa; Adele, Zoe and Isla; Matthew, Jacob and Leila. R.I.P. Rosary will be recited in St Thomas Aquinas Church, Great North Road, Winton on Monday, March 1 at 6.00pm. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St Thomas’ Church on Tuesday, March 2 at 11.00am. Interment at the East Winton Cemetery to follow. Donations to Hospice Southland can be made at the service. Messages to the Drew Family, 38A Winton-Lorneville Highway, RD 1, Winton 9871 or to Kathleen’s tribute page at where livestream details are available.

EDWARDS, Noel Robert:
Peacefully at Rowena Jackson Retirement Village surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday 23 February 2021; aged 87 years Dearly Loved husband of the late Jill, much loved father and father-in-law of Nicholas (Nick), Jane and Shane Edmonds, dearly loved Ganno of Campbell and Teagan, Hayden, Lisa, Emma and Andy, and Greta, and loved great Ganno of Harry. A service to celebrate Noel’s life will be held in the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, cnr King and Antrim Streets, Invercargill on Saturday 27 February at 10.00am, private cremation to follow. Messages to 61B Antrim Street, Invercargill.

LUSH, Anthony Mervin:
Tragically taken too early, as a result of an accident, on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, aged 61 years. Dearly loved husband of Adrienne, loved and respected father and father-in-law of Jason and Cat, William and Laura, Hannah and Glenn Erskine, Ashleigh and Mark Still, cherished Grandad of Thomas, George; Aylah, Maija; Eva, Gus, Molly; and James. A service to celebrate Anthony’s life will be held at the Fiordland Community Events Centre, 20-22 Luxmore Drive, Te Anau, on Wednesday, March 3 at 1.00pm, followed by interment at Lynwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be left at the service for the Te Anau Fire Brigade. Heartfelt thanks to the Emergency Services and Anthony’s workmates. Messages to c/o Southern Funeral Home, 106 Hokonui Drive, Gore 9710.

McLENNAN, Alison (Allie), nee Hill:
Suddenly at home in Hamilton, surrounded by her family. Aged 54 years. Loved wife of Brent. Loved mother of Hannah. Loved granny of Avalynn. A service will be held in Invercargill for Alison, date to be advised. Messages to “Family of Alison McLennan”, PO Box 632, Invercargill.

MARSH, Murray John:
On February 25, 2021, peacefully surrounded by his loving family; aged 75 years. Dearly loved and loving husband, soulmate and best friend of Ruth, proud and loving Dad and 2nd Dad to Kevin and Laura, the late Wayne, Daniel and Michelle, Graeme and Jo Wyllie, Debbie and Brett Todd (Gore), and Tony Wyllie (Christchurch), much loved and fun loving Grandad of Logan; Sophie, Lucy, and Katie; Connor, and Lydia; Melissa, and Charlotte; Jessie, and Gemma, and a special friend to Kieran, and Wade, sadly missed by his best friend and mate Josh. Loved Dad and Grandad of Tracey, Alan, Cam, and Brad Bartrum (Palmerston), Andrea, Emma, Courtney, and Ben Walls ( Pleasant Point), Ricky Marsh (Temuka), and a great-granddad of Theo.
‘A workaholic who has earned his eternal rest’
A celebration of Murray’s life will be held in Campbell and Sons Chapel, 95 Gordon Road, Mosgiel, at 2.00pm on Wednesday, March 3, followed by burial in the Green Island Cemetery. Messages to 45A Torquay Street, Abbotsford, Dunedin 9018.

McCALL, John Alan:
Surrounded by family at home in Christchurch, on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, aged 59. Cherished husband of Heather. Adored father of Kimberley, and Eloise. A much loved grandfather of Saoirse. Loved brother of Melvyn, Hugh, Judith, Yvonne, Julie-Ann, Lee-Ann, and Paul. Loved son-in-law of Ailsa and Bruce. Messages to the McCall Family, c/- PO Box 10345, Christchurch 8145. In lieu of flowers, donations to St John would be appreciated and may be made online at or at the service. A celebration of John’s life will be held in the Beckenham Baptist Church, 146 Colombo Street, Christchurch, on Monday, March 1, at 1.00pm. The service can be viewed live at Private cremation thereafter.

McLENNAN, Alison (Allie) (nee Hill):
Suddenly at home in Hamilton, surrounded by her family. Aged 54 years. Loved wife of Brent. Loved mother of Hannah. Loved granny of Avalynn. A service will be held in Invercargill for Alison, date to be advised. Messages to “Family of Alison McLennan”, PO Box 632, Invercargill.

OLVANHILL, James (Jim):
3523958 R.A.F.
Peacefully at Ranui Rest Home, Alexandra, on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, aged 82 years and 3 days. Deeply loved husband and soulmate of Marg for 41 years, loved and respected father of James and partner Nicole Barnes (Alexandra). “ATC, We Train To Serve” A service to celebrate Jim’s life will be held in the Alexandra District Club, 35 Centennial Avenue, on Friday, March 5 at 1.30pm, private cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations to St John Ambulance may be left at the service. Messages to 13 Kamaka Crescent, Alexandra 9320.

SMART, Islay Florence Margaret:
On Friday, February 26, 2021, peacefully, at Dunedin Hospital; aged 96 years. Loved wife of Sidney*, treasured mother and mother-in-law of Margaret and John Cundall, Carolyn*, Neville*, Russell and Pam Smart, and Raewyn and Owen Joyce, special wee Nan and nana to Andrew, and Leanne; Scott, David, and James; Blair, and Daniel, and great-Nan to her 12 great-grandchildren. Islay’s family are most grateful to the staff of Mossbrae for the love and care their Mum received over the last 3 months. A service for Islay will be held in Campbell and Sons Chapel, 95 Gordon Road, Mosgiel at 1.30pm on Thursday, March 4 followed by private cremation. Messages to 22 Inglis Street, Mosgiel 9024.
(*denotes deceased)


COKER, Margaret Anne (nee Brown):
Allan, Adrienne, Gary, Judy, Susan, and Families would like to sincerely thank everyone for their love and support following the sudden death of our very special wife, mum, mother in-law, Grandma and Great Grandma. Special thanks to St John’s, the Fire Brigade and to those that assisted Margaret on the day. Thank you to everyone that visited, phoned, sent messages, cards, baking and flowers. We are extremely grateful. To everyone that attended Margaret’s funeral service, your presence to celebrate her wonderful life was greatly appreciated. We thank everyone for their thoughts and kindness during this time. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement from our family.

FRAMPTON, Pat (Paddy):
02.08.1926 – 20.08.2020
Irene and family wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for your support, phone calls, visits and attendance at Pat’s service. Your thoughtfulness and kindness has been, and is, greatly appreciated. Please accept this a personal thank you.

MEE, Sarah Catherine:
Jim, Stephen and Brenda wish to thank everyone who supported us through Sarah’s sad loss. Thanks to those who attended the service for Sarah, beautifully led by her friend Rachael Collins. Special thanks to Linda and Wayne Duncan, Northern Southland College and the community. The kind messages of sympathy are appreciated. As we are unable to respond to everyone, please accept this as a personal acknowledgement.

In Memoriam

Passed away 1 year ago on March 2, 2020.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Two smiling eyes at rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.
“Forever in our hearts”
– Lynne, Timothy, and Daniel.

HAYES, Colleen Gael:
9.9.1964 – 28.2.1965
A little angel only lent – now back in the loving arms of her mum.
Always remembered
Love – Dad.

ROBINSON, Grenville John:
07.10.1960 – 28.02.2015
Dearly loved eldest son of Margaret and the late Doug. Loved brother of Elaine Lyndal, Craig, Paul, and families.
Forever lovedand in our hearts