Northern News : August 3rd 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 3, 2011 NEWS TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads, KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 Friday 5 August to Sunday7August CARS 2 (PG) 113 Mins Sat/Sun: 11.30am TRANSFORMERS 3 (M) 152 Mins Sat: 2.15pm RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (M) 106 Mins Fri/Sun: 2.15, 5.00, 7.45pm, Sat: 5.30, 8.15pm Cinema is open 1 hour before the first session. Seating is unallocated. Please enter via Church Road entrance. 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 ACROSS 1/4. One of NZ's best-known painters (5,6) 10. Old-fashioned (5) 11. Frozen (4) 12. North Island national park (7) 13. Exclude (3) 14. Uninspiring (4) 16. Maori name for sooty shearwater (4) 18. NZ security organisation (3) 20. Bird-watching area on Firth of Thames (7) 21. Language widely used in India (4) 24. Rascal (5) 25. Precious stone (7) 26. Punctual (2,4) No.1375 ©THE PUZZLE COMPANY 27. Bad-tempered (colloq) (5) DOWN 1. Dried grape (6) 2. Knight's weapon (5) 3. Wellington suburb (4) 5. Leftover pieces of cloth (8) 6. Plead (7) 7. Cause to be loved or liked (6) 8. Smell (5) 13. City which is usually NZ's sunniest (8) 15. Vertical (7) 17. Foetus (6) 19/22. New Zealand weekend tradition (6,5) 23. Successor (4) SOLUTION 1374. Across: 7. Anchor, 8. Hawera, 10. Nearing, 11. Inter, 12. Loot, 13. Ruler, 17. Shout, 18. Edge, 22. Snoop, 23. Ohakune, 24. Erased, 25. Sector. Down: 1. Parnell, 2. Octagon, 3. Hop it, 4. Mariner, 5. Rents, 6. Nacre, 9. Ngauruhoe, 14. Shipley, 15. Adjusts, 16. Revelry, 19. Asset, 20. Motat, 21. Laden. OHAEAWAI BUTCHERY 2010 FREE DELIVERY to Kaikohe Tuesday and Fridays OHAEAWAI BUTCHERY Home of the Quality Meats Phone Basil or Christine on Ph (09) 405 9838 Fax 405 9853 Rump Steak $12.50 per kg BIRTHDAY SPECIAL A 1ST THE BAY OF ISLANDS SINGERS with The SilverDollar Jazz Band present AN INFORMAL EVENING OF AMERICAN MUSIC 7.30 pm Saturday 20 August $25, Students (18 & under) $12 Final Rehearsal 11.00 am (Seniors only) $12 EVENTS HALL TURNER CENTRE at KERIKERI 09 407 0260 / www.centakeri.co.nz Gospel Broadway Always ring cinema for day to day ses sion times THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (M) COMING SOON: Thurs 4th 11.30am, 7.30pm. Fri 5th 11.30am, 7.30pm. Sat 6th 1.30pm, 7pm. Sun 7th 12.30pm, 7pm. Wed 10th 11.30pm, 7.45pm. TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON (M) Thurs 4th 12.15pm, 5.30pm. Fri 5th 12.15pm, 7.45pm. Sat 6th 1.15pm, 4pm. Sun 7th 3pm. Wed 10th 12.15pm, 7.30pm. KUNG FU PANDA: KABOOM OF DOOM Thurs 4th 5.45pm. Fri 5th 5.45pm. Sat 6th 11.30am, 6.45pm. Sun 7th 3pm. Wed 10th 5.15pm. X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (M) Sat 6th 4.15pm. Sun 7th 6.15pm. CARS 2 Fri 5th 5.30pm, Sat 6th 11.15pm. Sun 7th 12.45pm. Wed 10th 5.30pm. THE GREEN LANTERN (M) Thurs 4th 8.15pm. Sat 6th 8.30pm. Sun 7th 4.45pm. Captain America: The First Avenger (M) Rise of the Plant of the Apes (M) COMMUNITY NOTICES NOTICES Kerikeri Artcraft Society, Working groups and tutored workshops for all levels in painting, drawing, needlecraft, photography and clay sculpture. Ph 407-8476. Kerikeri Athletic & Striders Club, Sunday coaching seminars, Kerikeri High School, 10am-1pm. Ph 407-8982. Kerikeri Bridge Club.Meets at the RAZZA, Mondays 1.30pm, Tuesdays 7.30pm Junior night, Thursdays 7.30pm open night. For partners phone Judy 407-7032. Info 407-9640. Kerikeri Croquet Club, Cherry Park Reserve, Landing Rd. Wednesdays and Saturdays 9am-3.30pm. New members welcome. Ph 407-8407. Kerikeri Creative Fibre, Diverse group committed to fibre arts, including spinning, knitting, felting, weaving and dyeing. Meet 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 10.30am. For more information ph 407-3118 or 407-7497. Visitors and new members welcome. Kerikeri Community Toy Library, Procter Library, Open Tuesdays and Saturdays 10am-12.30pm. Ph: Louise Ridgewell 407-7830 or Samantha Roessler 407-1533. Kerikeri Diabetes Awareness Group, Meets second Tuesday every month, St John Ambulance Station at 10am. Ph 407-8842. Kerikeri Embroiderers Guild, Meets at Kingston House, Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri every Thursday. Morning session 9.30-noon, evening session 7.30-9.30pm. Ph 407-4504. Kerikeri Floral Art Group, Meets 9am 1st Wednesday of month at St Johns Ambulance Station, Kerikeri Rd. Ph 407-8883. Beginners welcome. Kerikeri Indoor Bowling Club, Meets every Thursday night at 7.15pm. Information ph 407-8828. Kerikeri Mainly Music, Music and movement for preschoolers and their carers. James Kemp Hall, Stone Store Hill, Kerikeri. Tuesdays 10.15am except during school holidays, call Stephanie 407-3422 or Pat 407-9376. Kerikeri Patchwork Club, Meets every fourth Tuesday of the month at 10am at Kingston House, Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri. Ph 407-9846 or 407-5100. Kerikeri Playcentre for pre- schoolers. 32 Landing Rd, Kerikeri. Contact: 407 9502; email keriplaycentre@ raider.co.nz. General sessions (0-6yrs) Mon to Wed 9am- noon; Extended Sessions (3.5-6yrs) Thurs 11.45am- 3.15pm and Fri 9am- 12.30pm. Kerikeri Probus Club, Meets first Tuesday every month at the RAZZA. Ph 407-9640 or 407 3422. Kerikeri SeniorNet, Computer classes for the over 50s (never too old to learn) Kingston House Kerikeri, ph 407-6697. Kerikeri Stroke Club, Meets fortnightly on Wednesdays, Union Church Hall at 1.30pm, ph 407-7316 or 407-9005. Kerikeri Stamp Club, Meets second Monday in the month at the Red Cross Rooms, 14 Butler Rd, Kerikeri, 7.30pm. Ph 407-4598. Kohukohu Spiritual Centre, meets every 2nd Sunday of the month at the Old School, Kirkpatrick St noon-3pm. We offer healing, spiritual guidance and support and a place to gather in an open, caring and non-judgemental environment. Ph Lea 405-5843 or Whito 405-5517 Kurbside Rod & Custom Club, Kerikeri, Meets second Tuesday of the Month at 8pm, Hi Octane refuel meetings encouraging and helping people with project development. Certification info and safety, all petrol heads welcome. Ph a/hrs 405-0949, or 021-777-808. La Leche League, Bay of Islands, meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month 10am Paihia Baptist Church, 77 Williams Rd. Kerikeri meets the last Friday of the month, St James Church 10am. Ph Kelly (09) 401-7175 or (09) 403-8825 for free confidential breastfeeding advice and information. Life Education Trust,Far North delivers educational health programmes to over 5000 students in the Far North from Dargaville to Te Hapua. Our volunteers meet monthly. Chairwoman Diane Henderson thebackpaddock@ xtra.co.nz Ph: (09) 407-9300. Little Tennessee Country Music Club, Meets third Sunday of the month at 1pm at the Star Hotel in Kawakawa. Ph 405-9676. Mainly Music, Thursday mornings during school term for pre-schoolers (0 to 5 years) and parents/caregivers at Kerikeri Baptist Church (Hobson Ave) Session one: 9.30am-10.30am; Session two: 10am-11am Contact Maree Nugteren 407-4085 or Samantha Roessler 407-1533. Mental Health, Addictions and Disabilities. Northpoint Services Trust is a community based support for those who experience mental health, addiction or have a disability. 143 Broadway (The old Northern News building ), Kaikohe. Ph (09) 401-2522. Servicing the Mid North. Mid North Budgeting Services Trust, Finances out of control? Want to save? Need financial advice? Ph Kane on 401-2216 or call in to 7 Raihara St, Kaikohe. Home visits available. Mid North Camera Club, Meets second Thursday of every month alternating between Kaikohe (Senior Citizens Hall) and Kerikeri (Cherry Park House). Friendly group welcomes new members. Learn all aspects of photography. Further information ph 407-8148 or 402-5966. Mid North Family Support, Rape Crisis & Youth Services, Free confidental counselling, advocacy, youth and budgeting services, education, information and resources. Free community courses, Step families, parenting skills, siblings who fight, community awarenesss, Rape Crisis. Upstairs at Kingston House, 123 Hone Heke Rd, Kerikeri. Ph 407-7511. Mid North Probus Club, Meets at Senior Citizens Hall, Tawanui Rd, Kaikohe, second Monday each month at 9:45am. Prospective members welcome. Ph 401-2055. Mid North Women's Refuge, You may wish to call us if you are a survivor of or are currently experiencing family violence or abuse. Our 24-hour crisis line number is 401-1030. Women are able to access our community outreach counsellor, support and advocacy, anger change for mothers programme and crisis accommodation through the number. New Zealand Red Cross Kaikohe branch, Meets third Monday of month at Senior Citizens Hall, Tawanui Rd, 9.30am, ph 401-1248. Paihia branch meets third Tuesday of month at Baptist Church Centre, Williams Rd, 10.30am. Kerikeri branch meets second Thursday of month 1.30pm at Far North District Red Cross Service Centre, 14 Butler Rd, ph 407-4168. NorthAble, Disability information, equipment new, second hand and hire, needs assessment and service co- ordination (0-65 years), LYNKZ vocational support and community participation, Oranga Wairua Marae programme, accessible meeting room and facilities hire, WEKA public access computer. Contact nearest office for details, Whangarei, 40 John St, ph 430-0988, freeph 0508-637-200, fax 438-9468. Kaikohe, Library Square, Marino Court, ph/fax 401-0942. All email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Northland Harness Club, Pleasure driving of horses, ponies, donkeys. Club meets second Wednesday each month. Ph 407-7925. Ohaeawai Taiamai Residents Association, Meets at 7.30pm on the first Tuesday of each month at the Ohaeawai Hotel. Come along, take part and have your say. Ph Tracey 405-9717 or Michael 405-9969. Okaihau Community Association, Meets first Monday of the month at 7.30pm at the Community Hall, Settlers Way, Okaihau. Okaihau Garden Club, Meets 4th Monday of each month at 11.30am at members homes and visits gardens. Annual subs $10. Ph 401-9296 or 401-9116 for information. Okaihau Playcentre, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-noon, ages up to six years. First three sessions free. Tuesday 9am-12.30pm, big kids day, drop off session for children three to six, Michie St, Okaihau. Ph 401-9918. Omapere & Opononi Ratepayers and Residents Association, Meets 3rd Monday of each month at the Opononi Hall at 7.30pm. Ph 405-4522. Ornithological Club of New Zealand, Far North region, regular meetings in Kerikeri and field trips, open to all interested in wild birds. Ph 407-3874. Overeaters Anonymous, 12-step programme. Meets once a week. Ph 407-4574 or 403-8543 or 021-265-8410. Pamapuria Playcentre, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am-12.30pm, ages 0-6, sessions free, 10 minutes south of Kaitaia on State Highway 1 next to Pamapuria School, ph Fleur Brassett (09) 408-4338.
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