Northern News : March 23rd 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, MARCH 23, 2011 NEWS ACROSS 1 Surgeon's blade (7) 4 Interrogate closely (5) 7 Sups (4) 8 School attended by Ernest Rutherford (8) 10 Singer's accessory (10) 12 Restless (6) 13 Coarsely humorous (6) 15 People who dislike foreigners (10) 18 Fragrant (8) 19 Repeat (4) 20 Take forcibly (5) 21 Fretfulness (7) DOWN 1 Water vapour (5) 2 Hooked on (8) 3 Abhor (6) 4 Go-ahead signal (5,5) 5 Superstar (4) SOLUTION 1355 No.1356 ©THE PUZZLE COMPANY 6 Compared (7) 9 Rock star who married a New Zealander (3,7) 11 Summer meal (8) 12 Ignorant (7) 14 Moth whose larvae are a pasture pest (6) 16 Yarn (5) 17 Long seat (4) WANGANU I WF REIS SAVE OBSERVERS V R NTYFEERR GREG TURNER U GKLT L BIGTOP ARCADE U WFYL R DAHLIA SCAB GOOANOOO L I INANGAHUA ABLE LROR RY REBEL LED CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS Always ring cinema for day to day session times Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE COMING SOON: THE KING'S SPEECH (M) UNKNOWN (M) Thur 24th 8pm. Fri 25th 8pm. Sat 26th 8pm. Sun 27th 7.45pm. Wed 30th 7.45pm. THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNET'S NEST (R16) Thur 24th 7.45pm. Fri 25th 7.45pm. Sat 26th 7.45pm. Sun 27th 2.00pm. Wed 30th 8pm. BURLESQUE (M) Sun 27th 5.30pm. BLACK SWAN (R16) Fri 25th 2pm. TRUE GRIT (M) Thur 24th 2pm. Sat 26th 5.45pm. Sun 27th 5.45pm. I AM NUMBER FOUR (M) Thur 24th 5.30pm. Fri 25th 5.30pm. Sat 26th 1pm. THE GREEN HORNET (M) Thur 24th 5.45pm. Fri 25th 5.30pm. Sat 26th 5.30pm. THE FIGHTER (R16) Sun 27th 2.15pm. 2912082BJ MOVIES SHOWING Rating THU MAR 24 FRI MAR 25 SAT MAR 26 SUN MAR 27 MON MAR 28 TUE MAR 29 WED MAR 30 GET LOW M 5.30PM 8.15PM 2.30PM 8.15PM 1.30P M 7.30PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 2.30PM 5.30PM NEVER LET ME GO M 8.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 1.30P M 7.15PM 815PM 5.30PM 2.45PM 8.15PM TRUE GRIT M 8.00PM 8.00PM 8.00PM 5.00PM 7.45PM 5.15PM 8.00PM 5.15PM 2.00PM 8.00PM RANGO PG 5.15PM 5.00PM 2.00PM 5.00PM 2.00PM 8.00PM 5.15PM BLACK SWAN R16 8.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 8.15PM KINGS SPEECH M 5.30PM 2.30PM 4.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 5.30PM LOVE BIRDS M 5.30PM 4.30PM 5.30PM 27 Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri FULLY AIR CONDITIONED • (09) 407-4428 www.cathaycinemas.co.nz Open 7 Days: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner Great Co ee & Wine Bar OPENING MAR 24 BILL MURRAY ROBERT DUVALL SISSY SPACEK IN GET LOW M Movie/Meal Deals $32 BOOKINGS essential ph: 09 407 9121 Date: 28 March 2011 Venue: Kaikohe Me morial Hall Time: 9am-1pm Cost: Some kind of seasonal Fruit, Vegetable and/or Jars In these uncertain times the cost of organic food is beyond the average person. To help with this Taitokerau Organic Producers, Te Hau Ora o Kaikohe and Far North Environment Centre are organising a hui to bring people together to learn the ancient art of preserving food that is in abundance now for eating later on. Come and help make Jams, relishes and pickles. Places are limited so be in quick. Developed by TOPIS with support from: Na te rourou, Naku te rourou Ka ora te tangata Hui Preser ving Hui Taitokerau Organic Producers Incorporated Society For more information & to register Please email email@example.com Phone: 09 946 6594 (free) Mobile/Tx: 021 173 6763 KNPC Trust and Turner Centre at Kerikeri Present: Pianist Michael Endres Inaugural tour of New Zealand Schubert, Farr, Liszt, Gottschalk Saturday, 2nd April 2011 7.30pm, Turner Centre at Kerikeri BOOK TODAY Ph: 09 407 0260 www.centakeri.com 3592364AA Tuna theme for festival Haka: Bay of Islands College students performed at last year's festival. Photo: PITA TIPENE Otiria Marae will again reverberate with waiata and haka when Te Ahuareka o Ngati Hine, the annual Ngati Hine festival, is held on Friday and Saturday. The festival is a place where people can chill out, tune into the talent on stage, tuck into fine foods or browse edu- cational stalls offering information on topics including whakapapa. The festival this year will also have a mini tuna town where people can see how tuna (eel) are caught and cooked, as well as taste a variety of cooking styles. Tuna data from a study in Ngati Hine s rohe by the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research will also be on display. Tuna activities, aimed at focusing people on the festival theme -- kete tangariki or supporting our children -- will include tuna-catching and wearable art compe- titions. Organising committee member Pita Tipene says the saying kete tangariki dates back to when people helped baby eels migrate up the Otiria Stream by gathering them in woven kits below the waterfall. This traditional prac- tice is now used as a metaphor for helping Ngati Hine youngsters in their journey through life. Mr Tipene says people are looking forward to Friday s activities that will allow children -- some in costumes -- to strut their stuff on the stage. Another big attraction this year will be a classi- cal music evening at the Turner Centre in Kerikeri on Friday at 7.30pm. Artists will include rising operatic star Kawiti Waetford, the Martin sisters who play violin and cello, jazz singer Huaki Puanaki and singer Luke Bird who makes up the cast of Nga Manu Tiorooro. Phone Rowena on 021-513-428 for tickets which cost $40. The festi- val starts at 9am on both days and the committee is expecting big crowds. Don't miss out this time The unique acoustic sound of Jon Sanders and Dave Alley impressed those who saw them play at the Swamp Palace last November. So organisers of the show have asked them to perform a second concert at Oruru. Sanders (England- Ireland) and Alley (New Zealand) will perform at the palace with Toni Geiling (Germany) on April 8 during a 14-gig nationwide tour to promote their 2009 album Continental Drift. Honeymoon Valley resident Chris Wilson says 80 people saw Sanders and Alley per- form at the palace last year. A lot of people heard how good they were and they asked to come back so we said yes. People who haven t heard their music can expect a diverse selection of songs, instrumental melodies, hilarity and rhythm. The trio take aud- iences on a sublime, musical journey through Transylvanian tangos, salubrious serenades, Arabic anthems and much more. Sanders, Alley and Geiling are three sen- sational musicians at the leading edge of what s true and great about the world of music today, their publicist says. As individuals, they have travelled exten- sively, picking up influences and musical styles along the way. As a trio, they com- bine this experience with their tantalising chemis- try to journey into the musical cosmos. The rhythmic and mel- odic mastery of Jon s re- nowned bouzouki, guitar and ukulele playing locks in with Dave s highly expressive, blues- inflected slide and finger-styled guitar, explosive percussion and soulful vocal lines. Toni s unique violin, guitar and musical saw- playing delves into the Scandinavian, classical, gypsy and eastern traditions. His brilliantly funny song Dracula is an instant hit with English- speaking audiences of all ages. Jon s eastern-styled Pure Afghan is a stag- gering display of musicianship and compo- sition. Dave s song Dingle Day is a heart-warming gem. Sanders Alley Geiling, Swamp Palace, Oruru, April 8 at 8pm, entry $15. Call (09) 408-7040 for information. Go to www.northern news.co.nz to see a video of Jon Sanders and Dave Alley.
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