The Dannevirke A & P Show scheduled for next weekend has been cancelled.
The Show Management Committee said due to the recent announcement of the red-light system for COVID-19, along with the water restrictions in place for the Dannevirke District, they have made the tough decision to cancel the 2022 Show.
A & P Society President, Pamela Henricksen,said they are utterly disappointed to be in this position as the show is a highlight for the community and would have brought a sense of normality to the
district amidst this pandemic.
She said following the red light announcement, Mahon’s Amusements Entertainment got in touch to say it was not viable for them to come to the show.
Mrs Henricksen said the limit of 100 people per defined space for the equestrian and cattle sections were too difficult to manage with new rulings continuously being created.
She said all competitors will be given a full refund on their entry fees over the next week.
The COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Van will be in Redwood Drive Waipukurau this afternoon.
The van will be able to administer vaccines for those over the age of 12, and will be parked up between 2pm and 6pm today.
Meanwhile the mobile clinic will be making home visits in CHB tomorrow.
Anyone that is unable to get out to get a vaccine can phone 0800 153 240.
A house on OngaOnga Road being renovated was broken into last week.
Senior Constable Andy Walker from CHB Police said six drums of paint, a spray-painting gun and a water-blaster were all taken.
The break-in occurred on the night of Monday 17th January.
Anyone with information is asked to contact CHB Police.