Northern News : August 3rd 2011
17 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 3, 2011 SPORT WHO'S NEWS in Business ADVERTISING FEATURE Yellow or gold? Its DD Gold... Kaitaia's main street has had an injection of colour with DD Gold's new shop, opposite the BNZ, located at 63 Commerce Street. DD Gold has been providing uniforms, embroidery, screen printing and promotional products to Northland for over 6 years. They now also run a retail shop that provides specialist clothing, haberdashery, wool, and a mending and alteration service. "The expansion to Kaitaia is a natural part of our business growth. We have a clear vision for the business. We are local and we support Northland. This new outlet will improve our service to Kaitaia and surrounds, and emphasises our commitment to the communities we live in." Says co owner David Bright The business was previously owned by Mallonae Garton and her daughter Alarnya Ashby. Says new shop Manager Heather McBirney "We're really grateful to Mallonae for giving us her baby!" . Mallonae Garton owned Imagination Fabrics and Chamalda Embroidery for almost 8 years and continues to provide sewing services to DD Gold. Commitment to northland local, service Paul Burren (Signs of Life), Heather McBirney (Manager), Dave Bright (Managing Director. "Tapped In... Tuned In... Turned On..." Is the name of the healing centre created by Linda and Lavinia which opened its doors on Monday 1st August at 84a Kerikeri Rd Kerikeri,. Empowering you to love & heal yourself is not only their passion, it is their mission statement. We are all whole, perfect and complete but forget this at times and instead our lives can be hindered by fear, anger, resentment, past events etc. When we TAP into our hearts (our true selves), TUNE into the infinite love that surrounds us, we then TURN on our ability to be happy, healthy, abundant and to reach our full potential. As qualified "Medical Intuitive Practitioners" we can personally offer a range of modalities that include crystal energy healing, energy balancing, physic surgery, intuitive massage, etc. As qualified "Medical Intuitive Practitioners" we can personally offer a range of modalities that includes crystal energy healing, energy balancing, physic surgery, intuitive massage. Tapped In, Tuned In, Turned On has Northland's most extensive range of common and rare crystals. We also offer pure essential oils, incense, candles, metaphysical books and more. Our services to the community will include a physic clairvoyant/medium, massage therapists, Reiki and Zenna healing therapies, with plans to extend our range of practitioners. "Crystal Therapy " led by Adriana Giminez is our first workshop. These amazing gifts from "Mother Earth" will astound you so come and learn how to use them, make essences, clean and care for them etc. Other workshops and seminars are planned and we want the community to be involved so we would love to receive your feedback and suggestions. Bookings are required for the Crystal Therapy workshop so please call into the healing centre, or contact us, to reserve your place. Winter opening hours are Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.00pm, Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm. Private consultations can be arranged to suit. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 09 407 7078 Absolute Love & Gratitude Linda & Lavinia. Crystals & more Brothers' roaring win Hokianga's finest: Mitchell Nield wins the New Zealand Enduro Championships. Hokianga brothers Mit- chell and Damon Nield enjoyed a stand-out weekend at the final round of the New Zea- land Enduro Champion- ships in Taupo at the end of July. In the Experts under-200cc two-stroke class, Mitchell (Gas Gas EC125) and Damon (Husqvarna CR125) fought through the six- round series. Mitchell, aged 23, clinched the National Title and 20-year-old Damon took second place. Mitchell s goal is to attend the Roof of Africa held in South Africa in November. This event is an extreme enduro that will require a high degree of skill and train- ing and Mitchell is look- ing forward to the chal- lenge. Have a go at flippa ball Flippa ball is coming to Northland. Flippa ball is a fun aquatic sport that is very similar to water polo. It is a fun, simple game that can be played by all children regardless of height, gender or swim- ming ability. Being a simplified ver- sion of water polo, flippa ball is played in the shal- low end of the pool so players use the bottom of the pool to rest and for added security and safety. Children learn the skills needed for water polo. Enter your school team now for the flippa ball have a go day and four-week tournament. Flippa ball will be run- ning a tournament on Wednesday from 5.30pm to 7.30pm for ages seven to 13, starting on August 10 in the heated pool at Kawakawa Recreational Center. There are 10 players per team and the cost is $80 per team for five weeks -- payment required before league starts. Bring your togs and a towel. Contact Jessica Rule on (09) 459-1618 and leave a message to regis- ter your team or register online at www.flippaball. org.nz. Lots of fun burning rubber Big burnouts: A new burnout competition coming to Kaikohe Speedway. The team at Kaikohe speedway are putting on a burnout competition on August 6. There will be cash and prizes up for grabs, with thanks to Pinkney for putting up the cash. The 30-metre by 30- metre pad is one of the largest in the North Island and will be well used on the day. Some of northland s best will rip it up with a wide variety of cars and drivers set for the days events. Kerikeri boys Sam and Cam will have their cus- tom Ford Falcon. They have built this car at home and it is described as insane . Cam also has a R33 Skyline to skid. Logan will be there in his C33 laurel running a SR20. He is the man to watch with his big smoke and fifth gear burnouts. Avon will have his tire- popping Holden beast.
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