Monday, October 27, 2014

Seaport Scene Issue 368

Other Stories in This Issue

  • Captains Table
  • News: Letter to the Editor
  • Port Underwood Closed for Shellfish Gathering
  • Scouts Jamboree to be in Marlborough 2016-2017
  • Focus on Picton’s Future
  • Spot the Knot
  • Saturday Speaker
  • Buoy goes missing at onset of Safer Boating Week
  • Cruise Ship Schedule
  • Tide Tables
  • the Mainsheet: Giesen Wine Learn to Sail Program
  • Pre-Race Fun Day
  • National Whale Centre Launching with Heart
  • Endangered Parakeets Flourishing on Blumine Island
  • Backstage Blurb
  • Seaport Happenings 
  • Seaport Sessions
  • Seen on the Scene: Monty Bevins Returns!!, Rob Hewitt Helps to Raise Funds for Local Emergency Services
  • Reflections from Picton Museum: Dakota Crash Near Port Underwood
  • Plunket Piece: Enjoying the Long Weekends
  • Library Lines
  • Library News: Priorities for the years ahead
  • Kaipupu News: Eighteen Months of Pest Monitoring
  • Mud House Wines has Joined Forces with Kaipupu Point Wildlife Sanctuary as a Rimu Sponsor
  • Outer Queen Charlotte Sound to be Targeted 
  • Healthcare Hints: Warfarin Testing at Your Pharmacy
  • MRI in Blenheim
  • Wine Club Poem
  • One year to go – QCC 50th Reunion
  • Free Computer Classes in Picton
  • Picton Women’s Institute - Out and About
  • Pavilion Programme
  • Burnsco Huff & Puff Mt Stokes Challenge 
  • Marina 2 Marina 2014
  • Twenty Years for Four Square
  • Lee Stuart Needs Your Vote!

Get your copy of the Seaport Scene at one of the following outlets:

Picton: The Seaport Scene Office, Picton Fresh Choice, Healthcare Pharmacy, Take Note, Picton Library, On The Spot, Picton Four Square, Le CafĂ©, The Irish Bar and Pizzeria