Northern News : November 30th 2011
7 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 30, 2011 NEWS Keoghans Showcase Jewellers 66 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri Phone 09 407 7424 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS % OFF 50 UP TO LOOKING FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT? Come & Enjoy The Spectacular Views From Kingfish Lodge! Christmas Day Lunch: New Years Eve Dinner: Call Kingfish Lodge now on 09- 405-0164 or 0800-100-546 * Be quick as places are limited! * Delicious Buffet * 15 minute Whangaroa Harbour Cruise * Pick up & return trip from Whangaroa Harbour All for just * Delicious Buffet * Live * Pick up & return trip from Whangaroa Harbour All for just Band $120.00 p.p! $120.00 p.p! PROPERTY LAW Richard Ayton Lawyer & Director Found your dream home? Check out the neighbour's rights before you buy. The Meridian 93 Kerikeri Road Kerikeri 09 407 7099 www.lawnorth.co.nz 4199797AA Easy Parking • Superb Selection • Pay Us A Visit CNR SH10 & WAIMATE NORTH ROAD, KERIKERI PH 09 407 3058 - OPEN 7 DAYS 9.00AM - 5.30PM Beautiful Gifts for Everyone! HUGE Selection. ± Well Stocked, Well Priced, Well Worth a Look! ± • GIFTS • SKINCARE • TOYS • CANDLES • KNITTING WOOL & COTTON and so much more GIFT WRAPPING IS OUR PLEASURE! Make a Tui Feeder: By Hamish Hall from Kerikeri Primary School. Kua Rahuitia Te Reo:Bya team from Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Rangiawhia North's three winners Land-River-Sea: By Te Kura o Matihetihe in Kohukohu. A new generation of Far North storytellers will walk the red car- pet at The Outlook for Someday film challenge award ceremony at the Aotea Centre in Auckland tomorrow. Young individuals and teams aged 6 to 24 years old from all over New Zealand have had their say about sustainability through the medium of film. Twenty films have been selec- ted as winners including three from the Far North. Land-River-Sea by a team from Te Kura o Matihetihe in Kohu- kohu is a documentary about what it means to be a kaitiaki and our responsibility to future generations. Kua Rahuitia Te Reo by a team from Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Rangiawhia on the Karikari Pen- insula features a frightening future where a repressive regime bans the use of te reo Maori and chaos reigns. Make a Tui Feeder by Hamish Hall from Kerikeri Primary School is an instructive film that demonstrates how to make a tui feeder and maybe even attract The Tweeter Mob. As well as winning prizes for their films the young filmmakers will find out at The Someday Awards if they have won one of 12 special awards. The 20 films can be watched at The Outlook for Someday website www.theoutlookforsomeday.net where there is a vote for The Body Shop Audience Favourite. Voting closes on December 18. The films will also be broadcast in five programmes called TVNZ 7 Presents The Outlook for Some- day 2011, which will be screened at 6.30pm each night from Decem- ber 12 to 16 on both Freeview/ TiVo (channel 7) and SKY/Telstra (channel 077). Each programme is repeated the following day at 12.30pm.
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