Northern News : April 13th 2011
19 NORTHERN NEWS, APRIL 13, 2011 MOVIES SHOWING Rating THURSDAY APR 14 FRIDAY APR 15 SATURDAY APR 16 SUNDAY APR 17 MONDAY APR 18 TUESDAY APR 19 WEDNESDAY APR 20 RIO PG 5.15PM 12.0 0PM 2.30PM 12.00PM 2.30PM 5.00PM 12.00P M 2.30PM 11.0 0A M 1.45PM 4.30PM 11.00 AM 1.45PM 11.00AM 1.45PM 4.30PM HOP PG 5.30PM 12.30PM 3.00PM 5.30PM 12.30PM 3.00PM 5.30PM 12.30PM 3.00PM 11.30A M 2.15PM 11.30 AM 2.15PM 5.00PM 11.30AM 2.15PM BATTLE FOR LA M 7.45PM 5.00PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 5.00PM 7.45PM 7.45PM 4.30PM 7.45PM 7.45PM MARS NEEDS MUMS PG 5.00PM 1.00PM 3.15PM 1.00PM 3.15PM 1.00PM 6.00PM 11.45PM 2.30PM 11.45A M 2.30PM 11.45AM 5.15PM RANGO PG 5.30PM 5.30PM 3.15PM 4.45PM 2.30PM BLUE VALENTINE R16 8.15PM 8.30PM 7.45PM 5.30PM 8.00PM UNKNOWN M 8.00PM 8.00PM GET LOW M 7.30PM 8.15PM 8.15PM SECRETARIAT G 8.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 5.00PM THE KINGS SPEECH M 8.00PM 5.30PM TRUE GRIT M 8.30PM 8.00PM 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 Movie/Meal Deals $32 BOOKINGS essential ph: 09 407 9121 3110277BE 1234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ACROSS 1 Non-technical name for trachea (8) 7 Tree fern (5) 8 Central Otago town (9) 9 Sphere (3) 10 Matted wool cloth (4) 11 Insubstantial (6) 13 Pie crust (6) 14 Has faith in (6) 17 Break through (6) 18 Unit of military aircraft (4) 20 Age (3) 22 New Zealand port (9) 23 Be pregnant with (5) 24 Sense of direction (8) DOWN 1 Jetty (5) 2 Eyed implements (7) 3 Reach maximum (4) 4 Hawk (6) 5 Luxuriate in (5) SOLUTION 1358 No.1359 ©THE PUZZLE COMPANY 6 Children's game (7) 7 Auckland suburb (7) 12 Hospital employee (7) 13 Strength (7) 15 Infatuated (7) 16 Reaping implement (6) 17 Child (5) 19 Heredity carrier (5) 21 Prophet (4) PCMPPS BUSHTEL EGRAPH TERREA CARELESS FINN RS PA SURETY IMBIBE R ER L KUMARA EXODUS BR RD THOR LETHARGY UUIOCE WEEP I NGWI L LOW STGNEN 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 Bay of Islands Singers with Organ, Brass, and Woodwind present A Concert of Baroque Music VIVALDI : Gloria BACH : Magnifcat 7.30pm Saturday 30 April Adults $25 Students $12 Music for Wind, Brass & Organ TURNER CENTRE KERIKERI 09 407 0260 Final Rehearsal 11am 30 April Seniors only $12 3622204AA 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 MY WEDDING & OTHER SECRETS (PG) Thurs 14th 7.45pm.Sat 16th 2pm. Sun 17th 8pm. Tues 19th 5pm. Wed 20th 5.15pm. SECRETARIAT (G) Fri 15th 2pm. Mon 18th 7.30pm. Wed 20th 7.30pm. THE ADJUSTMENT BEREAU (M) Thurs 14th 7.30pm. Sat 16th 7.45pm. Sun 17th 7.45pm. NEVER LET ME GO (M) Fri 15th 7.30pm. Sat 16th 7.30pm. Mon 18th 7.45pm. THE KING'S SPEECH (M) Thurs 14th 2pm. Sun 17th 2pm. Tues 19th 7.30pm. RIO (M) Thurs 14th 5.45pm. Fri 15th 7.45pm. Sat 16th 12.15pm, 3.45pm. Sun 17th 12.15pm, 4pm. Mon 18th 12pm, 2pm. Tues 19th 1pm, 3pm. Wed 20th 1pm, 3pm. RANGO (M) Thurs 14th 5.30pm. Fri 15th 5.30pm. Sat 16th 12pm, 4.15pm. Sun 17th 12pm, 4.15pm. Mon 18th 12.15pm, 2.15pm. Tues 19th 1.15pm, 3.15pm. Wed 20th 1.15pm, 7.45pm. BIG MOMMA'S HOUSE LIKE FATHER LIKE SON (PG) Fri 15th 5.30pm. Sat 16th 2.15pm. Sun 17th 2pm. Mon 18th 4.15pm. Tues 19th 7.45pm. Wed 20th 5pm. I AM NUMBER FOUR (M) Sat 16th 5.15pm. Sun 17th 5.45pm. Mon 18th 4pm. Tues 19th 5.15pm. Wed 20th 3.15pm. Friday 15th April COMMON UNITY Live Band From 9pm til late Pre Sale $10 Door Sale $15 at the 3576649AC 3621723AB Antje Schmitz Thursday, 21 April 2011 at 7.30 p.m. Tickets $25 Door sales only - for bookings please call 099466648 Trussler Residence Pa Road, Kerikeri Enjoy with us a night of beautiful classical piano music What 's Happening... this weekend tomorrow todaytonight next week this weekend tomorrow todaytonight next week Come learn the fascinating, nerve-racking game of bridge Bridge tutor: Judy Beer, with her proteges, from left: Janet Cave, Prue Kay, Connie van Bruchem and Dave Hookway. Mention the game bridge and it generally conjures up images of the well- heeled blue rinse set. Kerikeri bridge tutor Judy Beer, however, asserts that bridge is now being played by a new young and smart group of people. Word is spreading about what a fascinating, nerve-racking, surpris- ing and sociable game it is. It's full of trickery and deceit and requires an understanding of others at the table, although some times there's an element of misunder- standing,'' Beer says. Among regular sessions, Kerikeri Bridge Club offers a learners' night where anyone, but especially those just emerging from lessons, can play and become hooked. Email Judy Beer firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. Fierce competition at event Make way: Emma Dare, with car 888, Ladies Production Champ. Spectators witnessed fierce and competitive racing by all grades vying for the Taipa Stock and Saloon Club Champs last Sunday. The battles were kept up until the third round in a winner takes all race. Bad luck saw C grade competitior Kayne Tatnell retire with a broken steering wrack after son Eli was hit by Chris Weal in the men's C grade, leaving Marilyn Field the only C grade woman and ensuring her a trophy. Terry Grigg also had trouble and blew out tyres in two races and almost lost control of his car. Men's C grade was fought over by Daniel Field and Tony Over but Daniel took the win and kept the trophy in the family. Ray Dare won the men's productions, while daughter Emma did the same in ladies production. The club's next meet is April 17 with the usual start time of noon. The track is signposted from Taipa, and all are wel- come. Visit www.freewebs. com/taipastockand salooncarclub for infor- mation. Kids show rugby skills Another fantastic rally day was held on Saturday at the Kerikeri football ground. The sun was beaming down and the children were pumped and ready to play rugby with a great turnout of teams. The teams were Moerewa, Taiamai, Kawakawa, Kaeo and Whanau and great sport- ing behaviour was shown by all while there were some exciting games and a lot more footy skills out on the paddock. The children played their hearts out and with a few injuries but no broken spirits, there is already an awesome U9s season ahead. Finals played out at Far North Bowls The men and women's champ of champ pairs have now been finalised at the Far North Bowls centre. The men's final between Kohukohu and Keri saw some amazing draw bowls from both teams, however, the Kohukohu combination were too strong and claimed the title 17-12. The women's final round saw Jean Hux- table (Comb) leading 12-4 on the 7th end but because of inclement weather the finals were postponed for another day which will be advised. The junior centre singles between Claudia Harris (Rus- sell) 2 lives, Adele Gardner (RSA.) 1 life played as a possible final with no time limit (21 shots) was also finalised and Claudia won the event quite comfortably 21-3.
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