Northern News : January 5th 2011
14 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 5, 2011 NEWS Business Services Excavator Hire Hair Stylist Canvas & Shades Copy Shop Northern News & Reps KA Van Eyk Formerly of 'The Worxz' Moerewa Book at HAIR by NATURE 578 Kerikeri Road. Ph 407 5541 --- Offering --- Adva nced Cutting Techniques Latest Colouring Systems (including INOA, Keu ne & Organics) Awesome Cutz 4 Teens -- Only $20 DUMPER & EXCAVATOR HIRE • Mini Excavators • Dumpers • Rollers and Augers • Telehandlers • Wheel Diggers • Plate Compactors OPEN: Monday -- Friday 7am -- 5pm, Saturday 8am -- Midday SELF DRIVE HIRE 0800 HIRE 09 401 7570 State Highway 10, WAIPAPA • Administration Support Services for Community Groups, Small Businesses and Individuals • Book keeping and administration • Special projects planning and management • Recruitment process • MYOB certificated consultant • Quickbooks specialist • Accountant files- preparation and organisation to reduce your accounting costs • Treasurer or administrator support and training • Payroll management For set up, assistance or management of all your paper work Ph: Teresa Lomas 021405811 or e-mail teresa@paper weights.co.nz Paperweights Loop Road, Waipapa Ph: 09 401 7370 Specialists in all canvas and PVC fabrication Shade Sails, Interior Roller Sunscreens, Deck Curtains, Marine Canvas, PVC Goods www.canvasandshades.co.nz Email: email@example.com • Photocopying • Binding • Laminating • Bereavement Stationery • Wedding Stationery Northern News Copy Shop 60 Broadway, Kaikohe P: 09 405 2040 F: 09 401 2129 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 3385820AA www.paihianz.co.nz Organised by: Kids must come with an adult Check out the website for schedule 8 days of fun-filled activities for kids & the whole family! All events are free and there are lots of prizes and giveaways Just come and join in! 9th Jan -- 16th Jan 2011 only food & drink purchased at Castle Duo may be consumed in the theatre Always ring cinema for day to day session times Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details COMING SOON: Ta ngled (PG), The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest (R16)r THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE LOVE & OTHER DRUGS (R16) 1hr 42min GULLIVERS'S TRAVELS (PG) 1hr 35min MEGAMIND (PG) 1h 35min TRON: LEGACY (PG) 2hr 07min NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (M) 1hr 45min HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (M) 2hr 26min Special place for printers The proof: Faith McManus, printmaking lecturer at Northland Polytechnic, inspects one of the first proofs of artwork for a new limited edition book with Marty Vreede. ' Pompallier Mission is not a static museum -- it's very much an interactive experience which captures the imagination of people of all ages. ' Pompallier Mission manager Kate Martin Pompallier Mission in Russell has been overrun by printers -- again. Once the centre of Bishop Pompallier's mission to New Zealand and Oceania, the NZ His- toric Places Trust prop- erty in Russell recently hosted some leading print makers working on an exciting new project. Led by master printer Marty Vreede, senior lec- turer at Whanganui School of Fine Arts and chairman of the New Zealand Print Council, the team of printers made a limited edition book that will be avail- able for sale at the his- toric attraction. Pompallier Mission is New Zealand's only surviving pioneer print- ery. It was essentially a production line that saw leather tanned and worked, pages printed, and books bound -- all under one roof, and all done through hard physi- cal labour,'' says the Pompallier Mission man- ager Kate Martin. The result of this was nearly 40,000 books in Maori produced during the turbulent decade that was the 1840s. By anybody's stan- dards, it was a stagger- ing achievement.'' Whereas the French missionaries were going for volume, the team of printers at work last week -- including Faith McManus who lectures in print making at Nor- thtec Whangarei -- were focused more on quality aiming to produce a work of art that will capture different aspects of the Pompallier Mission gar- den, even using bits of leaves and bark in the process. We consider Pom- pallier Mission to be the spiritual home of print- ing in New Zealand so it's fitting that Marty and his team were able tosetupshophereina marquee,'' says Kate. Throughout the year, visitors to the mission get hands-on fun, tan- ning and doing leather work, printing and book binding. Pompallier Mission is not a static museum -- it's very much an inter- active experience which captures the imagination of people of all ages, and the visiting printmakers are part of the living nature of this place,'' Kate says.
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