Northern News : November 10th 2010
7 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS IS COMING TO MONDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 7:30AM - 11:00AM MATTHEWS AVE CAR PARK MONDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 1:00PM - 5:30PM MARINO PLACE CAR PARK KAITAIA KAIKOHE THE INSTANT KIWI EVERY PLAYER WINS A PRIZE It can all change in an instant. BE THERE FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! Over $100,000 worth of prizes to be won.* Find out more at www.mylotto.co.nz EMPLOYMENT LAW Eddie Taia Senior Lawyer •Employment Agreements •Mediation •Personal Grievances •Unjustified Dismissal The Meridian 93 Kerikeri Road Kerikeri Ph 09 407 7099 www.lawnorth.co.nz 3152186AF win national awards Dream state: Kid, Duncan Bakke, meets Fairy Godmother Evie Davis in his Fairy Tale Adventure. Wake-up call: The three bears, Francis Bradley, Rachel Yuretich and Tyler Lealand, find Maorilocks, Marsh Fletcher, in their bed. Classic: Snow White played by Chyme Henry lies in state, above, and is suspicious of a red apple offered by an old lady. People can view the films online at www.theout lookforsomeday.net and vote for their favourite film before December 19. TVNZ6 will broadcast all 20 films on Freeview/ TiVo channel 6 and Sky/ Telstra channel 16 in December. The college accolades follow a big win at last year's awards when student Charlee Collins was named stand-out winner for her under four-minute film The Break-Up which tackled the issue of climate change. Charlee's film was a finalist at the BBC- sponsored Panda Awards, also known as the green Oscars, in the United Kingdom last month. Outlook for Someday spokeswoman Angela Griffen says the Kaitaia students' success at the sustainability film chal- lenge is remarkable. They are carrying on a great tradition and have their teacher Amber Davidson who encourages them every inch of the way.'' FAIRY TALE ADVENTURE Three bears arrive home to find a person in their bed. But the intruder isn't Goldlocks. It's Maorilocks. A piupiu skirt-wearing Marsh Fletcher was one of 11 Kaitaia College students who performed in a Fairy Tale Adventure at the college on October 28. Year 11 students spent about 40 hours creating and re- hearsing the play under the guidance of performing arts department head Nicky Tucker. The play -- 'by the young for the young of heart' -- updated familiar fairy tale characters and plots, offering a self-loathing troll, street-smart Snow White and censored kiss scene.
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