Northern News : August 31st 2011
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Contact us now Ph 09 407 6222 www.northernradiology.co.nz If you are a Woman aged over 40 years an ANNUAL MAMMOGRAM is the best way of detecting early breast cancer. Advertising Feature DAD Spoil your D on Fathers Day 4th September Laser Diagnosis Advanced Restorative Techniques Teeth Whitening Hygienist / Dyrene Wilson WINZ Quotes / ACC FREE dental treatment for adolescents aged 13-18 years 95 Kerikeri Rd (opp Police Station) • www.keridentalcare.co.nz Phone for an appointment 09 407 3538 New patients welcome! For a limited time Lumino is offering 18 months interest free on dental treatments over $300* Apply now for pre-approved finance Trailer sailor takes a win Shifting southerlies of 10-12 knots and small gusts made for a difficult start to race seven of the Wet and Forget winter series at Opua Cruising Club on August 23. Ten boats turned out for the race, making it one of the best attended so far in the OCC Winter Series. The fluky conditions clearly didn't phase tiny trailer sailor Cut Lunch, as the Elliot 5.9 led from the start line and around the first three marks, before being passed by big green machine Kantime at the final mark. Kantime's effort wasn't quite enough to secure them first place on handicap though, and they had to settle for sec- ond place overall. Cut Lunch then battled Charisma of Nel- son for second on line, just pipping them at the post to take second place line honours and first on handicap, while Char- isma of Nelson came third on both line and handicap. Opua regular Frivol- ous Fish had their hands full with new kid on the block Ice Breaker. Ice Breaker came out on top in the end, securing fourth place on handicap over Frivolous Fish in fifth. Further back in the fleet, Nexus had a delayed start due to a pod of dolphins, and Hey Jude was back in action and sailed well, apart from going head to wind at the bottom mark. Netball, rugby order of the day It's been some years since Otaua and Taheke fielded senior rugby teams but these two small communities have set about reviving the Johnny LeClerc Chal- lenge on September 2. The day will kick off at 10am with netball games between Taheke United and Otaua followed at 1pm by the senior men's rugby match. Players interested in taking part should con- tact Tony Waaka and Mitch Warmington, Taheke Rugby and Netball or Willie Rogers and Anne Proctor, Otaua Sports Club. The day will wind up in good old-fashioned style with a shared bring-a-plate meal, refreshments and a good yarn or two. Famous dads get behind charity auction Play along: Win a private gig with Shane Cortese and his band Class of '58. Plunket and Johnson's Baby have teamed up to celebrate dads this Father's Day with a charity auction on TradeMe. Famous Kiwi dads like Prime Minister John Key, Air New Zealand chief executive Rob Fyfe, Mark Richardson from The Crowd Goes Wild and Shane Cortese from Outrageous Fortune and Nothing Trivial are all helping to raise funds. Some of the items up for grabs include: Backyard kick-around and barbecue with the All Whites Hotlapin aV8super- car Guided tour and lunch for four at Academy Award-winning feature film facility Park Road Post Production in Wel- lington Shortland Street walk- on role Big breakfast with Levi, the Mitre 10 MEGA guy A flight simulator session with Air New Zealand chief executive Rob Fyfe and chief pilot David Morgan Private gig with Shane Cortese and his band Class of '58 Behind the scenes experience on the set of The Crowd Goes Wild with Mark Richardson. Knowing what to get your dad every Father's Day can be tricky,'' Plunket chief executive Jenny Prince says. This auction is a great way to get him something really exciting and unique for Father's Day and it will help raise much-needed funds for Plunket's work with Kiwi dads and families.'' Plunket and Johnson's Baby invite everyone to bid on the Trade Me auc- tion until Father's Day on September 4 online at www.trademe.co.nz/ plunket. All auction winners will get their Father's Day experience plus a gift pack of Johnson's baby and adult products for the family to enjoy.
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