Northern News : January 7th 2015
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We may provide guidelines to be followed where you include internet addresses in advertising. 07-02-87 - 08-01-06 You left us beautiful memories, NEWS NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 7, 2015 13 Club’s 40th boat race on Russell Boating Club will be celebrating this Saturday with its 40th annual historic Tall Ships Race. This is one of the most exciting sailing events held in the Bay when spectators and enthusiasts alike get to enjoy this marvellous spectacle from a bygone era. The ships will unfurl their sails at noon and set off from Russell Wharf in a combined event for tall ships and classics where entrants will race around the islands in the Bay before returning to Russell. Entry is open until 9am on the day and costs $25 per boat. There is also the opportunity for members of the public to join the crew of the participating vessel Breeze which is sailing north for the summer, showcasing a piece of New Zealand’s maritime history. Usually based at the Maritime Museum in Auckland, museum volunteers will be crewing Breeze along Northland’s east coast between Russell and Whangarei. Other entertainment will Breezing along: The magnificent tall ship Breeze is voyaging to Northland for Russell Boating Club’s 40th historic Tall Ships Race. include a mock gun battle between Breeze and fellow tall ship R Tucker Thompson and after-race celebrations at the Russell Boating Clubhouse in Matauwhi Bay. Visit russellboatingclub.org.nz for full race details. Visit maritimemuseum. co.nz/breeze-up-north for details of sailing aboard Breeze. Tools donated to St John By SARAH HARRIS Snipping rings, smashing windows, slicing leather boots and slashing seatbelts. These are some of the things Kerikeri St John staff can do with their four new gadgets. Alan Morton from The Outdoor Shop has donated two Raptors and Z-Rexs worth $520 to celebrate 10 years of business. The Raptor is a special pair of scissors that can cut through anything. They also have a glass breaker, seatbelt knife, ring cutter and oxygen bottle spanner. The Z-Rex can break glass, cut seatbelts and control the flow from an oxygen bottle. St John station manager Nick Scott says the better quality their tools are, the easier it is to do their job. ‘‘It’ll make a difference, especially for leather boots and motorbike gear. We appreciate any donations. It’s always nice to Grateful gifts: Kerikeri St John station manager Nick Scott is happy to accept four new gadgets donated by The Outdoor Shop owner Alan Morton. have local businesses to come to the party. It’s all about giving back to the community.’’ Scott says it was only half an hour after receiving the tools that he had to cut someone’s clothes off who’d been in a car crash. Morton says the tools are designed for rescue services and he chose St John because he appreciates their work. ‘‘Because they’re good guys. They deserve the support of the community.’’ Scholarship a chance to shine Olivia Mahood, a second year student at Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in Wellington, has been awarded the prestigious Museum Art Hotel Scholarship. The Kerikeri 23-year-old was presented with the scholarship at a graduation ceremony in Wellington. She was one of several candidates nominated by her fellow students to receive the award. The final decision was made by staff at Toi Whakaari in consultation with Dawn Sanders from Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand. The scholarship, which has been funded by Museum Art Hotel owner Chris Parkin for 14 years, covers the recipient’s tuition costs for a year worth over $5800 and $500 a month for 10 months living expenses. ‘‘The wonderful thing about this scholarship is that it will allow me time to focus on what I love doing and on continuing my creative journey without having to worry about finding a time-consuming job outside of school to pay bills,’’ Mahood says. ‘‘It is a rare gift to be granted that space to really work on your passion, and I am incredibly thankful to Chris Parkin to be the recipient of such generosity.’’ Mahood attended Kerikeri High School. While there she participated in Shakespeare Globe Centre’s University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Bright spark: Dawn Sanders from Shakespeare Globe, scholarship winner Olivia Mahood and Chris Parkin, founder and sponsor of the Museum Art Hotel Scholarship. Festival in the Northland region. She was also a member of the Long Cloud Youth Theatre in Wellington for two years before successfully auditioning for Toi Whakaari and beginning her training there in 2013. The Museum Art Hotel Scholar- ship is open to all second year students who have demonstrated excellence at Toi Whakaari and have the potential to shine.
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