Northern News : September 14th 2011
4 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011 NEWS USE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS ALL YEAR ROUND! Freephone Kurt Goulding 0800 455 755 Web www.archgola.co.nz NORTHLAND 2777663AA Private Mammograms now available in Kerikeri. 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. 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 Mystery gourmet tour a grand plan Overindulging on rugby? Try something different. The Life Education Trust is organising a grand gourmet mystery tour on September 24. Come along for a relaxing day out, support a great community pro- ject and treat yourself to some great local food and beverages. A bus will deliver people to each venue, where they can enjoy samples and get product information. Tour tickets at $50 a person cover bus fare, all gourmet treats and spot prizes. Contact Diane Hender- son on (09) 407-9300 or 021-407-015 or email email@example.com. Tour a turtle's view of the world Save the turtles: Dan Godoy brings his turtle roadshow to town for Conservation Week. This week thousands of people across the country are celebrating Conser- vation Week. In the Far North Ken and Dan s Excellent Adventures -- a turtle s view of the world, will be touring with turtle gurus Dan Godoy and Kenneth MacKay showing video clips, photos and turtle tidbits. Organiser and DOC Kaitaia s community relations ranger Kylie McDowell says turtles are often regarded as the poor cousins of the sea. Despite the fact we have a population of green turtles right here in Rangaunu Harbour and frequently get other types of turtles coming ashore on our beaches many people don t even realise we have turtles, Mr McDowell says. Mr Godoy says he is keen to engage local com- munities in the plight of critically endangered leatherback turtles. We are encouraging communities to report marine turtle sightings because most sightings come from the public. You can see the show today at Ahipara School at 10am, and Te Ahu little theatre (Kaitaia) at 6pm. Tomorrow it will visit Te Kao school at 9am, Te Hapua School at 1pm and Rangiputa fire sta- tion at 7pm. On Sept- ember 16 the show will be on at Houhora Big Game and Sportfishing Club at 7pm. For more information contact DOC Kaitaia on (09) 408-6014 or visit Facebook/DOC-Far North. KIWI AVERSION TRAINING Northland Brown Kiwi: Kiwi aversion training this Saturday. On Saturday, kiwi aversion training for dogs will be offered, 9.30am at Puketi Forest Headquarters as part of Conservation Week activities. The Puketi Forest Trust's stoat and feral cat control measures started in 2006 have reversed the rapid decline in the number of kiwi in the forest and led to a significant increase in their population. Visit www.doc.govt.nz/ conservation-week-home/ whats-happening/ northland/.
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