Northern News : October 5th 2011
5 NORTHERN NEWS, OCTOBER 5, 2011 NEWS Creating a Healthier NORTHLAND Kia Hangahia He Hauora Mo Te Tai Tokerau MENINGOCOCCAL C Immunisation Programme Northland children and youth are being offered free immunisation to help protect them from Meningococcal C Disease. IT TAKES ONLY ONE VISIT. Talk to your doctor or school nurse about the benefits and possible risks. If you have any of these symptoms: • Fever • Vomiting •Arash • Headache • Drowsiness • Or a stiff neck DON'T WAIT -- SEE THE DOCTOR FOR MORE INFORMATION 0800 430 123 www.northlanddhb.org.nz MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE IS SERIOUS If you are sick go to the doctor. If a friend is sick, take them to the doctor. • If you are not getting better go back again • Don't stay alone • Meningococcal disease can progress very quickly Kerikeri's newest & most inspirational garden centre Find us on facebook 76 Kapiro Rd Kerikeri Ph 407 1645 Open Tues-Sat 9am-5pm Good advice, friendly service $9or3for$22 Bulk available PLANT VEGES NOW FOR A DELICIOUS HOMEGROWN HARVEST: only $2.60 5for$9 $2.50 $3.50 $2.60 • Vege punnets • Potted veges (direct from our own nursery) • Herbs • Passionfruit • Flower punnets Lavender Avonview 5 for $20 Mushroom Compost Rarely available, its like rocket fuel for your garden GREAT COMPETITIONS Spend over $20 + enter the draw GIANT PUMPKIN COMPETITION Enter now great prizes, all profits to St John TAKE AWAY MEALS Made in our MOBILE KITCHEN Tired after a busy day?? HUNGRY?? Don't want to cook?? Try one of our Mediterranean TAKE AWAY MEALS and relax for the night. 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OPEN 2.30PM - 6.30PM At We Specialise in Skin & Appearance Medicine FACIAL SKIN PEELS EYEBROW SHAPING MICRODERMABRASION ULTRASONOPHORESIS FACIALS MANICURES PEDICURES WAXING STOCKISTS OF: • ULTRACEUTICALS • M.D. FORMULATIONS • OMNILUX HANDHELD LED • PRIORI COFFEE BERRY MINERALS FOREHEAD LINES FROWN LINES LAUGHTER LINES 'BUNNY' LINES FACIAL VEINS NASALABIAL FOLDS SMOKERS LINES SMILE LINES LIP SCULPTING MARIONETTE LINES CHIN AUGMENTATION NECK LINES MOLE REMOVAL VARICOSE VEIN REMOVAL Dr Joanna Romanowska will be at Peaches on Monday 17th October 2011 The Skin & Body Clinic 436 Kapiro Road Kerikeri Ph 09 407 9603 www.peaches-beauty.co.nz Private Confidential & Exclusive Wiremu's healing journey on show ABOUT THE ARTS WITH MIKE NETTMANN Personal journey: Artist Wiremu Wilson-Diamond. All art requires courage. -- Anne Tucker In Sane Pain at Kaan Zamaan Robert Muller who became known as the philosopher of the UN wisely said: Art must be a source of joy and hope. Art is spirituality. Art is thought. Art is imagin- ation. Art is feeling. Art is action. Art is the highest expression of life, of being. Art and life must be one. Art encapsulates life. It makes our lives and dreams durable. Muller s words are fit- ting appraisal of Kawakawa artist and sculptor Wiremu Wilson- Diamond s debut exhi- bition at Kaan Zamaan. The show takes you on one man s personal journey towards healing. Each piece is an important and vital part of that journey, conceptually tied to tra- dition. His family pou are intimate, introspective and poetic achieving a brilliant sense of theatre, emotion and excitement. Wiremu is acutely alert to the seductive and tactile qualities of surface and together with his carvings embeds the poetry of legend, beautifully enhancing and empowering the tan- gible physicality of the wood. The power of this exhi- bition is all dependent on the placement of each work and how it occupies and affects the space it is allocated thus creating changing energies. I believe in this exhi- bition it is imperative the viewer read and absorb each work s accompanying wall notes. In Sane Pain is most certainly a not-to-be- missed experience. Exhi- bition closes October 30. Wiremu will be hold- ing a discussion on his art at the gallery on October 13 from 5pm to 7pm. Flauto Italiano at Turner Centre Internationally re- nowned flautist Luca Manghi with New Zea- land pianist David Kelly returned to Kerikeri to astound and delight, performing an concert of Italian works by Cle- menti, Berio, Pilati, and Scelsi. The duo were joined by flautist extraordinaire Clare Penny in a virtuosic tribute to Bel- lin s La Sonnambula -- fabulous! Paint Meets Clay at Art Upstairs Wendy, Jan, Brenda and Brenda (yes there are two of them!) have teamed up with Fern Flat potters Rod and Marguerite Davies to present a new-look Art Upstairs gallery. I do believe this is a good move adding an extra dynamic to the space and com- plementing the artworks which are always inspired and joyous, presenting a love for cre- ating art. For those fam- iliar with Rod and Marguerite s work the pieces on show are a slight break from their normal work with new innovative shapes and surfaces at very affordable prices. Exhi- bition ends October 14. The Patron's Con- cert at Turner Centre As a preamble to the 2012 Kerikeri Inter- national Piano Compe- tition, New Zealand s most recognised and admired pianist Michael Houstoun gave a marvel- lous recital of music by Schubert, Debussy that included the never-get- tired-of-that-one Clair de Lune and Nikolai Kapu- stin s second sonata packed with dynamic energy, passages of tremendous speed with razor-sharp rhythmic control requiring pre- cision and nerves of steel from the performer. Michael you were mag- nificent -- Bravo! MAD at the Turner Centre Last Saturday two packed houses witnessed a truly magnificent extravaganza of music, art and dance produced by the incredible Liz Russell. A full review will appear in next week s column.
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