Northern News : December 15th 2010
12 NORTHERN NEWS, DECEMBER 15, 2010 Celebrate Christmas 9 MARINO PLACE, KAIKOHE. PHONE 09 401 2833. NOW OPEN 7 DAYS: Mon to Thurs 9am--8pm, Fri & Sat 9am--9pm, Sun 10am-7pm. We reserve the right to limit trade sales. Customers who appear to be 25 or under could be asked for ID from staff, so please don't be offended if we ask you. MEMBER OF THE LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN IN NEW ZEALAND WITH OVER 170 OUTLETS! 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Paihia Beach Resort and Spa 116 Marsden Road Paihia Phone 402 0003 www.puretastes.co.nz The season of giving Give a tree: The amazing fetau tree is so resilient that it can even withstand tsunami waves. Photo: JANE USSHER The holiday season is approaching and it s looking suspiciously similar to last year and the year before that. You re wondering again what to get for that special someone, but coming up empty. Fear not. Oxfam Unwrapped is here, ready to help you change the present and change a future. Here s how it works: You choose a present from the Oxfam Unwrapped catalogue, you get a card to give to your friend, and the gift goes to people in the developing world who need it most. In the past five years, Oxfam Unwrapped has raised nearly $3.5 million to help people achieve their fundamen- tal human rights and work their way out of poverty. The impact is massive. Toilets have been built, gardens have been planted, clean water systems have put an end to hours of walk- ing to collect dirty water, livestock has multiplied, farmers have gained organic certification, trees have been planted and small businesses have started up. There is a great mix of new gifts and old favourites this year. Feeling that animal attraction? A piglet for $40 is a very sty-lish present! Plus there are ducks for $18, lambs for $40 and the perennial favourite, the Oxfam goat for $47. These fur- red and feathered creatures not only make cute gifts, they provide food, fertiliser and income for a family. For foodies there are several gifts you can really get your teeth into like organic bananas for $10, chillies for $15 and an environmentally- friendly cooking stove for $30. Or for a veggie- patch enthusiast, it s easy to go green with honey bees for $35 or a gift to feed a family with a nutritional garden for just $20. Along with training in gardening techniques, these gifts help families create a reliable food source and become more self- sufficient. If your friends and family like to get back to basics, how about giving safe water for 100 people, 20 bars of hand- soap, or a toilet? Give a fetau tree for $50. The amazing fetau tree is so resilient that it can even withstand tsunami waves. When the Samoan tsunami hit, fetau trees often protected the people and the land behind them. With this gift you will plant more fetau trees to help protect the people and the pristine coast- line of Samoa. A tree of life. It s the season of giv- ing, and what better thing to do than help a community take those first vital steps out of poverty? There are nearly 50 future-changing gifts to choose from. Prices start from just $9 so there are no more excuses for giv- ing novelty socks or bubble bath. Oxfam Unwrapped gifts can be purchased online or by free phone 0800-600-700. Check out the website www.oxfamunwrapped. org.nz to find out more. With an Oxfam Unwrapped gift you really can change the world, one present at a time. Church services over the holidays The following services will be held at Kaiko- he s Aperahama Church during the holiday break. Holy Communion will be available at these services: December 12 and 26 -- 9am; Christmas Eve -- 11.30pm; New Year s Eve -- 11.30pm; Janu- ary9and23--9am. Nau mai, haere mai. Ki te whakanui i te Karaiti.
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