Northern News : November 3
7 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS OHAEAWAI BUTCHERY Bulk Specials 4kg Mince $36.00 4kg Beef Sausages $32.00 4kg Topside Roasts $44.00 4kg Corned Silverside $40.00 2kg Fillet Steak $56.00 2kg Weiner Schnitzel $30.00 FREE DELIVERY to Kaikohe Tuesday and Fridays OHAEAWAI BUTCHERY Home of the Quality Meats Phone Basil or Christine on Ph (09) 405 9838 Fax 405 9853 2010 SPEND $50.00 CASH AND GO INTO THE DRAW FOR A $40.00 MEAT PACK! A disclosure statement is available on request and free of charge. "My Doctor says I have 30 years to live... ...my Adviser says I have 20 years to live". "A new book From Crisis to Confidence put together by Spicers is a great response to critical comments made about the funds management and investment world. The book is a series of down to earth essays written by advisers and investment managers. While it has been put together by Spicers, it's not a sales pitch. Rather, From Crisis to Confidence explains what caused the global financial crisis and provides readers with invaluable investment guidelines. This is a must read book for all advisers as well as clients." -- ASSET MAGAZINE Successful investing means putting your money to work, in order to meet your needs in retirement. Spicers invite you to a FREE investment briefing - Successful Investing For A New Decade. Based on key essays from Spicers new book From Crisis to Confidence, this briefing will help you make sense of the recent financial crisis, discuss improvements in the markets and strategies for prudent investing. Spicers CEO - Gordon Noble-Campbell and Spicers National Investment Manager and Media Commentator - Murray Harris will take you through an interesting hour of insight and understanding. Where: The Centre at Kerikeri, Theatre Bar, 43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri. When: Thursday 18th November at 5.30pm - 6.30pm. Refreshments will be served after the presentation. RSVP: Phone us on 09 407 7250 or register online at www.spicers.co.nz Each attendee will receive a free copy of the book From Crisis to Confidence. We look forward to seeing you there. Two awards for Coastguard Recognition: Joe Davis, president of Coastguard northern region, Jeff Cramp, Mrs Taylor, Dean Lawrence, chief executive of Coastguard northern region. Two regional awards from Coastguard north- ern region have been presented to the Hoki- anga volunteer Coast- guard. It incorporates the Tasman, Hauraki and Northland areas and has 25 rescue units. Jeff Cramp has been awarded the regional volunteer of the year award as well as the Dr John Taylor memorial award. Jeff's regular job is as a police officer. In his spare time he's a coast- guard unit training officer, president, senior master of rescue craft, VHF tutor and examiner and chairman of North- land operations com- mittee. Hokianga unit mem- bers Mr Cramp, John Pattinson and Rhys Dempster have been awarded the regional performance of the year award. This was for a rescue completed during the night at sea and 15 nautical miles from Mangonui Bluff. It was a medical emergency where North- land Helimed was unable to reach a patient because of weather and sea conditions after sev- eral attempts. The patient was trans- ferred to Omapere where medical staff and the helicopter were waiting. Recycling effort kicks up a notch Recycling win: Two recyclers won earthmaking composters in a council competition. The council's Bruce Hows, left, congratulates Chris Hedges of Kaitaia. Frank Lomas of Waimamuku was the other winner. People are being asked to step-up their recycling efforts as the Far North District Council intensifies its drive to have more rubbish diverted from landfill disposal. Senior technical officer Bruce Hows says an average household has the potential to save from 40 to 60 percent a year by recycling waste that is currently dis- posed of as household rubbish. Extra landfill char- ges due to climate change regulations will be introduced from 2013 as part of the effort to reduce organic waste to landfill. The council will also focus on recycling elec- tronic waste. Our longer term target is to reduce waste to landfill by 200kg per head a year by 2013, giving a goal of 50 percent recycling.''
November 10th 2010