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Hawke’s Bay/East Coast winners announced this Friday!

Hawke’s Bay/East Coast Registered Master Builders Carters 2014 Apprentice of the Year

Hawke’s Bay/East Coast winners announced this Friday!

This Friday, 29 August the top carpentry apprentices in Hawke’s Bay and East Coast will be celebrated at an awards ceremony at the Masonic Hotel in Napier.

The winning apprentice will go on to compete against winners from eight other regions at the national competition in Auckland in October, vying for the title of national carpentry Apprentice of the Year.

Owned by the Registered Master Builders Association, the Apprentice of the Year competition is made possible thanks to principal sponsor Carters, the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO), and supporting sponsor the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).

For more information about the competition, visit


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