Northern News : February 9th 2011
14 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 a c b a d c a s c o FAMILY FINANCE WHANGAREI KAITAIA Archibald Motors Commerce Street KAITAIA Talk to Mike 09 408 1900 Matthews Ave KAITAIA Talk to Paul 09 408 3900 ARCHIBALD's HUGE RANGE, GREAT PRICES, FANTASTIC VALUE, SUPER SERVICE We've got it all! Love that car 2 BUSY CAR YARDS / OVER 130 USED VEHICLES IN STOCK / TRADES WELCOME / NO DEPOSIT TAP *Conditions Apply **On 2005 models up and under 150,000km excludes motorcycles. Prices valid till Prices valid till 9th February 2011. Normal lending and credit criteria apply. FREE 5 Year Warranty* NO DEPOSIT FINANCE* TAP 2006 HOLDEN BARINA 1.6l, 5 speed, economical $13,990 2003 MAZDA MILLENIA 2.5l, auto, leather $12,990 2006 MITSIBUSHI 380 LX, 3.8l, tiptronic, sunroof $17,9 90 2007 MITSUBISHI TRITON 3.2l, t/diesel, 5 speed, 4x4 $32,990 2007 MITSUBISHI COLT LRX, 1.5l, alloys, roof racks $15,990 2001 NISSAN AVENIR AWD 2.0l, tiptronic $5,990 NISSAN SENTRA 5 speed $3,990 2002 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5l, auto $13,990 1998 HONDA ODYSSEY 2.2l, v-tec, 7 seater $9,900 2008 MITSUBISHI COLT PLUS 1.5l, tiptronic, 13,300km $17,9 90 3 Petersen Motors Broadway, Kaikohe Phone 09 401 0388 HOT LIST! petersens -- where It's always a Great Time to Buy a Car! After Hours: Dave 09 407 4492 --- 027 492 0149 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 1995 TOYOTA RAV4 2ltr auto, 5 door, alloy wheels, air con, CD player, power windows and mirrors, only 91,700kms $7,495 $7,490 $9,990 $5,490 For All Listings and Details Visit: www.petersenmotors.co.nz 2004 NISSAN BLUEBIRD SYLPHY 1.8 auto, dual air bags, air con, AM/ FM stereo with CD player $10,495 $17,495 2002 TOYOTA VITZ 1.3ltr auto, air con, dual air bags, AM/FM stereo with CD player, power windows & mirrors, 69,00kms 2001 TOYOTA ALLEX 1.5ltr auto, air con, dual airbags, AM/ FM stereo with CD player. Price reduced $10,490 2001 NISSAN BLUEBIRD SYLPHY 2.0L auto, tiptronic transmission, luxury trim, dual air bags, CD $9,995 2004 TOYOTA HIACE VAN 3.0L diesel, 5 speed manual, great tradesmen's workhorse, 2 to choose from 2003 TOYOTA CALDINA s/wagon, 2ltr auto, reverse camera, air con, front & side air bags, many features $14,990 2003 MAZDA DEMIO 1340cc, 5dr, auto $9,750 $7,490 See us First for a Great Range of Family Cars 2002 NISSAN BLUEBIRD SYLPHY 1.8 Auto, Air Con, Dual Air Bags, Luxury Trim 2003 MAZDA DEMIO 1340cc auto, dual air bags, air con, AM/ FM stereo with CD player, extremely economical motoring, only 60,000kms 1998 TOYOTA PREVIA 2.4 auto, 8 seater, AM/FM stereo SUMMER SELECTION of Family Cars t t t t BE QUICK AT 2004 TOYOTA HI-LUX 3ltr diesel, 5 speed manual, drop side flat deck, 116,000kms t tt t NorthlandMotoring Your guide to what's new on the road Advertising feature Decision yet to be reached on freedom camping Communities in the Far North reacting to the prospect of freedom camping on reserves in their areas have been assured no decisions have yet been made. Any decision will not be taken lightly and will only be made after the three community boards have talked with their communities and given the council a heads-up on the situation in their wards,'' infrastructure and asset management general manager, David Penny says. Mr Penny was re- sponding to concerns expressed by some com- munities at the potential for a wholesale prolifer- ation of campervans on coastal reserves. There appears there may be a level of misun- derstanding. The new reserves policy adopted in December provides for certified, self-contained vans. It does not provide for those campervans without facilities which have been making a nuisance of themselves across the country. The council is well aware just how sensitive the issue is which is why we have asked the locally elected members to talk to their communities and provide feedback. Some recognise the economic value of cam- pervan tourism, some see the industry as a blight on the landscape and others believe there is room to accommodate both schools of thought. The council favours the compromise option with some areas exclud- ing freedom camping and others providing some level of accommodation with appropriate con- trols. To establish where there may be suitable areas we are going through this consul- tation process,'' he says. There were other issues which also had to be addressed including the monitoring and poli- cing of the new rules. One of the proposals being considered was the possibility of a com- munity-based ambas- sador's programme to assist with education and monitoring. The more debate in the community on the issue, the easier it would be for the local boards to get an accurate reflection of community thinking. The council welcomes the debate but is a little concerned that some of the comments being made are not reflecting an understanding of the issues involved,'' Mr Penny says.
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