Northern News : August 3rd 2011
2 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 3, 2011 NEWS Editor Malcolm McMillan Ph 09 405 2743 email: northern editor@snl co nz Northern Regional Manager Lynne Popham Ph 09 405 2744 Kaikohe Ph 09 407 0361 Kerikeri email: email@example.com Advertising Alan Puru Ph 09 405 2749 email: alan puru@snl co nz Classifieds Free ph 0800 022 812 Free fax 0800 022 815 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 405 2040 email: northern accounts@snl co nz 12,214 Audited Circulation (ABC December 10) Up to 12,300 Copies Delivered (each Wednesday) to Kaikohe, Okaihau, Ohaeawai, Moerewa, South and North Hokianga and Kaitaia. Rural areas include: Awanui RD 1. Kaikohe RD 1, 2, 3. Kaitaia RD 1, 2, 3(part), 4. Kawakawa RD 1, 2, 3. Kohukohu RD 1. Broadwood RD 2. Kohukohu RD 2. Okaihau RD 1, 2. Russell RD. Kaikohe Office: 60 Broadway, Kaikohe. P.O. Box 1, Kaikohe. Ph 09 405 2040 Fax 09 401 2129 Kerikeri Office: 93 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri. P.O. Box 392, Kerikeri. 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Ph/Fax (09) 407 6627 55D Cobham Road, Kerikeri Mob: 0274 532 220 3420464AI FRIDAY 12TH AUGUST COPTHORNE HOTEL & RESORT OMAPERE HOKIANGA 7.00pm -- 9.30pm (doors open 6.30pm) Ticket Sales at www.iticket.co.nz Price $65 plus ticketing fee Ph: 0800 4 TICKET With the outstanding success and popularity of the award winning series Sensing Murder, Kelvin has been literally swamped with people wanting to see him. For this reason, he has decided to introduce a series of exclusive evenings that will help to reach out and touch more people at once. These evenings will simply be Kelvin working with spirit, and sharing his knowledge of life after death. Kelvin will read as many people permitted by spirit per session, although we do not guarantee that he can read everyone. Visit Kelvin's website www.kelvincruickshank.co.nz Kelvin Cruickshank presents SOUL FOOD 2956031AA Turner Centre wins supreme award Volunteer centre: The Turner Centre in Kerikeri. The Turner Centre has won the supreme award at the TrustPower Far North Community Awards. The awards were announced and presented on Monday at a function at the Bay of Islands Vintage Railway Trust workshop in Kawakawa. The Turner Centre received a framed certificate, a trophy and $1500 prize money and will now represent the district at the 2011 TrustPower National Community Awards in Ash- burton District in March 2012. TrustPower community relations representative Suzi Luff says the Turner Centre is a top quality arts and culture venue that runs with the sup- port of more than 120 energetic volunteers. ''The dedication, passion and abil- ities of the volunteers shines through,'' she says. ''Volunteers play the role of duty manager, event manager, usher or front of house staff. They provide the bar and kitchen service, they run the reception, they sell tickets and they are the crew who set up the events and pack them down after a long day. ''They promote various events, help with accounts and health and safety regulations, complete maintenance jobs and do the gardening, hold pre- show meetings with performers and manage the lighting and stage designs. ''Thanks to the devotion of these volunteers, the Turner Centre provides the Far North community with a performing, visual and cultural arts hub that appeals to school groups right through to the business com- munity,'' Miss Luff says. Other winners at the awards night were: Heritage and environment win- ner: The Gabriel Club. Runner-up: Waimate North Landcare Trust. Health and wellbeing winner: Feed My Lambs. Runner-up: Kaitaia Hospital Volunteers. Commen- dation: Midway in Northland Day Services Trust. Arts and culture winner: Kaikohe Community ARTS Council. Runner- up: Russell Birdman Charitable Trust. Sport and leisure winner: The Rotary Club of Kerikeri. Runner-up: Far North Recreational Hunting and Fishing Club. Commendation: Special Olympics Bay of Islands. Education and child/youth devel- opment winner: Life Education Trust Far North. Runner-up: Hoki- anga Treks 4 Kids. Commendation: Lindvart Park Management Com- mittee. New electoral rolls are now open for public viewing Checking that you're correctly enrolled to vote in this year's general election and referendum just got easier, with the release of the first printed electoral rolls for 2011. ''Printing the electoral rolls is a key part of our electoral process,'' Electoral Enrolment Centre national manager Murray Wicks says. ''By law we must produce a complete list of all those enrolled to vote, and it gives everyone the opportunity to check that they are enrolled and their details are correct.'' Preliminary electoral rolls with the details of everyone enrolled are now available at local PostShops, libraries and Registrar of Electors offices. ''If your details don't appear then you're not yet enrolled,'' Mr Wicks says. ''If your details are wrong you need to update them by filling in a new enrolment form. ''We are urging people to enrol or update their details now to ensure they are ready to vote on election day, November 26. It's definitely not too late to enrol for this year's election but we are urging people to do it now.'' Enrolling and updating your details is easy. Simply fill in an enrolment form. Enrolment forms are available by freetexting your name and address to 3676, going online to www.elections. org.nz, at any PostShop or by calling 0800 ENROL NOW (0800-36-76-56). The final printed electoral rolls to be used on election day will close about a month before the day. Everyone who enrols in time to go on the final printed electoral rolls will get an EasyVote information pack in the mail, which will make voting quicker and easier on election day. The EasyVote packs will also include detailed information on the referendum on the voting system.
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