Northern News : November 3
9 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 3225746AA WE HAVE MOVED Next door to Honda in the Old RD1 Building plus Our name has changed from Grimshaw Automotive to MID NORTH AUTOMOTIVE SPECIAL Service and 10 Point Check from $75 + GST Conditions apply Phone Kevin on 09 407 7730 firstname.lastname@example.org Ride-on mowers and small engine repairs Full mechanical repairs Courtesy Car Available MID NORTH Free Progressive Lenses In a hurry? We have a 1 hour glasses service Call for details When you choose glasses from our $450 or above range $450 range includes 2 complete frames & lenses Offer for budget progressive lenses or upgrade to premium & above lenses and save $200 window onWA I PA PA Phone 09 407 8561 (Opposite the Warehouse in Waipapa.) Open Monday to Saturday! Late nights Tuesday & Thursday! Want better hair ? 101-103 Broadway, KAIKOHE Klinac Lane, WAIPAPA Phone 09 4010833 Phone 09 4016133 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org YOUR IT PROBLEMS SOLVED! • Full consultation; Fixes • PC's, Laptops, Servers, Networks • Ongoing I.T. support for your home or business CALL US for I.T. PEACE of MIND 3057202AA Right into Outdoor Power Equipment STIHL MS 211 ErgoStart $795, usually $895. STIHL ErgoStart makes starting your chainsaw super easy. A smooth pull with two fingers is all it takes. 1.7kW, 35.2cc, 4.6kg, 40cm guide bar. Offer also applies to the STIHL MS 230 and MS 250. Valid until 31 December 2010 or while stocks last. FREEUPGRADETOERGOSTART!SAVE$100 Come in for a standard chainsaw and leave with an ErgoStart Chainsaw for no extra cost! Can start a chainsaw with his fingertips. www.stihlshop.co.nz STIHL SHOPTM Waipapa Shop 1, The Palms Klinac Lane, Waipapa Phone 09 407 6140 Ph: 09 407 6858 • Bookings Essential THE GUYS THE LOCALS TRUST WOF and WOF Repairs and Servicing on all Makes and Models We are ALL about service WAIPAPA Auto Repairs Director: Tim Oakley Fax: 09 407 7303, Mob: 021 717 000 email@example.com State Highway 10, RD2 Waipapa, NORTHLAND • All automotive Repairs • Any make/model specialising in European brands • WOF (including motorcycles) • Trailer repairs & servicing • Outboard engine repairs & servicing • Free loan vehicles (booking required) • 10% discount for Gold Card holders SUMMERS ON! GET THAT BOAT & TRAILER READY FOR THE SEASON WITH US! 3234998AA Walk highlights diabetes On November 14 the Waipapa and Districts Lions Club along with the Kerikeri Lions Club will be holding a Strides Walk for Diabetes. The 1km walk at the new Kerikeri Domain track is to raise diabetes awareness. Everyone that com- pletes the walk will receive a strides pin to promote diabetes aware- ness in Northland. Families are encour- aged to attend and learn about exercise and a good health diet. Exercise can help con- trol weight and lower blood sugar levels. It will also lower the risk of heart disease, a condition that is common in people who have dia- betes. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of vision loss in adults of working age in industrialised countries. And yet there are plenty of people who are still unaware that they may be at risk of becom- ing a diabetic. The Lions will be pro- viding free blood glucose screening on the day, which will indicate who is at risk of diabetes. Advice will be given by medical professionals on visiting the doctor if needed. Local health shops will give advice on healthy food options. Curves Gymnasium for Women and Com- munity Fitness Gym- nasium will talk about how a healthy diet and exercise can help prevent the disease. The two gyms will have giveaways. Waipapa & Districts Lions are for men and women while Kerikeri Lions is a men s club. Both enjoy helping their local communities. If you are interested in joining either one phone Marian on 407-5445 for Waipapa Lions and Chris Kew 407-9555 for Kerikeri Lions. They would love to hear from you. DIABETES FACTS What is diabetes? Diabetes develops when the body does not produce enough insulin or when it cannot effectively use the insulin produced. The body needs insulin to convert food into energy. Who is at risk of diabetes? Those of European descent over 40, Maori, Pacific Islanders and Asians over 30, anyone overweight or with high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
November 10th 2010