Northern News : November 3
14 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS Quality and Power come Standard Call today to find out about a test drive and demonstration When it comes to exceeding expectations the John Deere Compact Utility Tractors are overachievers in their class. Four wheel drive, powerful engines, power steering, and 3 point hitch are standard while comforts include adjustable seats, two-pedal hydrostatic transmissions and colour coded controls. Add to this an impressive range of options including cruise control, drive over mower decks, eHydro transmissions, Quick Park loaders and a huge range of accessories and the John Deere range of compact tractors has the solution to your needs. www.fieldpower.co.nz email: email@example.com 115 Kioreroa Rd Whangarei PH: 09 438 7228 FAX: 09 438 7458 After Hours: Glenn 027 600 8894 Barry 027 226 9698 Ryan 027 699 9345 Klinac Lane, Waipapa PH: 09 4070666 FAX: 09 4076912 After Hours: Doug 021 407 288 • Business Administration & Computing • Small Business Management • MYOB® Training (Mind Your Own Business) • PracTESOL (Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages) Freephone 0800 22 55 97 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Text your name to 5353 Visit www.pei.ac.nz Practical Education Institute is an NZQA registered Private Tertiary Establishment Williams Rd, Paihia Ph: 09 402 7465 84 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri Ph: 09 401 7295 If you were in the care of the State before 1992 and have concerns about your experiences .... You now have the chance to be heard, in confidence, by a panel of qualified people who will be visiting your area. Talking with the Panel will provide an opportun for you to share your concerns. The Panel will listen and where needed a tailored package of assistance can be offered. State care includes children's homes, foster ca the special education sector, health camps and other residential health facilities. For more information call our freephone: 0800 356 567 visit www.listening.govt.nz or write to us at PO Box 5939 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6145. are, Some memories never fade. CONFIDENTIAL LISTENING & ASSISTANCE SERVICE An independent agency supported by the Department of Internal Affairs AFF10067 nity Big thanks: Atama O'Donnell delivers his acceptance speech. One of country's best He won the Northland regional finals and has now come a credit- able third in the nationals of the Registered Master Builders 2010 Apprentice of the Year compe- tition run in association with Carters. Atama O'Donnell, 22, was beaten by overall winner Isaac Alder, 23, of Nelson and Rhys Doesburg, 25, of Wellington, who came second. Atama is from Coopers Beach and works for Coastal Homes. This was the first year the com- petition had introduced a practi- cal judging component in the national final, an addition that Brent Waldron, chief executive of principal sponsor Carters, says really demonstrates the high standard of the finalists. These young people are the best apprentices in the country and judging by the standard of the final, we have some great young talent in the industry. But behind every great apprentice is a great employer. They in turn must be proud of their apprentices.'' Name your favourite plant What's your favourite native plant? You can now vote for it in the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network's annual poll. Previous winners include plants such as two-time winner pohutukawa. Last year pingao, the golden sand sedge, took the honours. Voting closes on December 5. Go to www.nzpcn.org.nz to vote.
November 10th 2010