Northern News : November 23rd 2011
Public Notices Sale of Liquor Act 1989 Janit Wade-Ferrell, 253 Highway 10, Kaeo, Northland - Restaurateur - has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Kaikohe for the renewal of an On Licence in respect of the premises situated at 253 Highway 10, Kaeo, and known as Janit's Family Diner. The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is RESTAURANT. The days on which and the hours during which liquor is intended to be sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 8am to 12pm. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the FNDC Butler Centre, Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 10 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Far North District Council, Private Bag 752, Kaikohe. 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To the most wonderful, caring, kind, sweet, loving Mum and Baba ever. We miss you so very much already. You were the best Baba. Love you Toni, Paul, Josiah, Leah, and Ruth Burren. xxx Deaths Unveilings In Memoriam Public Notices MARINKOVICH, Ana Ljubica (Violet). Of Kaikohe. Passed away peace fully on November 18, 2011 on her 50th Wedding Anniversary. Much loved wife of the late Anthony Marinkovich. Kindest most loving mother of Peter and Kim, Melena and Pat, Toni and Paul. Best Baba ever of Josiah, Leah, Linaya, Nicholas, and Ruth. "We will never forget you Mum. You were so brave and strong. We love you. Pocivala u Miru." Violet s service will be held at St Anthony s Catholic Church, Upper Broadway, Kaikohe, Wednesday November 23, 2011 at 1pm, followed by burial at Kaikohe Lawn Cemetery. Squire Funeral Services Kaikohe/Kawakawa In Memoriam VAKATINI, Pira You started your journey, three years ago today 23.11.08. The memories are still strong but the sadness is slowly drifting away. Always remembered and loved by your wife, children and mokos Church Notices A CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING FEATURE CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION Ph. 09 525 2100 email email@example.com Northern Newspapers' CHRISTMAS CHURCH SERVICES feature gives you the chance to let parishoners know in advance important dates for your services, for two weeks from the 13th through to the 23rd of December. Plus there are discounts available for multiple insertions. Now is the best time to book a space for this annual and popular feature. Northern Newspapers is Northland's most powerful medium for your message. Get your message seen today. This feature publishes in the weeks of 12 December and 19 December, 2011 Deadline for all papers is 12pm Wednesday 7 Dec. and 12pm Monday 12 Dec. 2011 DAVIS Hugh Kamera In loving memory of a wonderful husband, father and grandfather who left us five years ago on November 23rd. We love you and miss you very much Doods. Forever in our hearts, Judy, Dion and Mary, Clayton, Ange and Glenn and mokos Cheyne, Dayna, Liam, Joshua and grand mokos Tyreece and Nevaeh. Remembering also Aunty Tot Ambler 1 year tomorrow Love Davis Whanau Skywalk: Visitors admire the views from the atrium skywalk. Centre helped by $2500 donation More than 150 people toured the nearly com- plete Te Ahu Centre in Kaitaia last week. An auction of donated items, including a limited-edition fridge donated by Fisher and Paykel and the 100% Appliance Group, raised about $2500 towards a new sound system for the community centre, fit-out and landscaping costs. Fisher and Paykel made just 60 of the black fridges to commemorate the All Blacks World Cup Win. Each 100% store got one to give away but Kaitaia store owner Monty Knight managed to secure an extra fridge for the auc- tion. Far North Community Forest Trust chairman Clive Patterson gave a $20,000 cheque donation to Te Ahu Trust. Barbara's Bucket List Adventure Frozen wastes: Eighty-eight-year-old Barbara West enjoying her Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Experience. Life is short and the philosophy at Kerikeri Retirement Village is that you shouldn t waste a single day. With that in mind the residents were recently asked what was on their bucket list. Eighty-eight-year- old Barbara West is widely travelled and has been to many exotic destinations across the globe but the one place she still aspired to visit was the Antarctic. Mondo Travel in Kerikeri recently won a national award for its own Bucket List Com- petition so when man- ager Celia Honiss heard about Barbara s quest, she decided to make it a double cel- ebration and put her thinking cap on. Barbara was beside herself with excitement to hear that she and friend would be flown to Auckland to enjoy the Kelly Tarlton s Antarctic Experience. Barbara chose care- giver Lynne Hopkins to accompany her and the pair had a wonderful time admiring the rec- reation of Scott Base. Barbara was particu- larly entranced by ride in a snowmobile through the Penguin enclosure and went round twice. 20 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 23, 2011 NEWS Stop whingeing -- complain If you bought a product or service that s not working out, don t just whinge about it to your friends and family. Com- plain to the trader to get it sorted out properly. Get confident -- it s much easier to argue when you feel confident that you are in the right. Find out what laws apply by checking at con- sumeraffairs.govt.nz, or visit your local Citizens Advice Bureau. Print out the page or a copy of the brochure that explains the law. Get together your receipt and anything else that provides evidence of the problem, like an advertisement, the faulty good, a quote and/ or photographs. Make a note of the date, time, and what the trader or shop assistant said about the goods. You shouldn t need a receipt if you have another way of proving that you got the item or service from that trader. Go back to the trader. Calmly explain the prob- lemr. It might be sorted out straight away. Be firm about what you want and try not to get into an argument. If the first person you talk to isn t being very help- ful, ask to see the man- ager or supervisor. If that doesn t work then write a complaint letter to the trader. You could also write to the trader s head office. Start keeping a record of everything that happens. Keep a copy of your let- ter and only send a photocopy of your evi- dence. Keep the originals so they don t get lost. If you and the trader can t agree then consider taking the complaint further. Some industries have free (and indepen- dent) disputes resolution services. You can also make a claim in the Dis- putes Tribunal.
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