Northern News : December 14th 2011
9 NORTHERN NEWS, DECEMBER 14, 2011 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! Williams Rd, Paihia Ph: 09 402 7465 84 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri Ph: 09 401 7295 Spoil yourself this Christmas with some Lucious Lingerie from Great selection of bras, knickers, camisoles in stock now You'll only need one. NOW YOU'LL BE SET FOR THIS SUMMER AND MORE TO COME STIHL FS 50 C-E / ErgoStart Linetrimmer 0.75kW, 27.2cc, 5.2kg $475 STIHL FS 56 C-E / ErgoStart Linetrimmer 0.8kW, 27.2cc, 5.2kg $675 Kaikohe Lawnmowers & Chainsaws Limited 145 Broadway, Kaikohe 09 401 0151 email: firstname.lastname@example.org BUY ONE OF EIGHT SELECTED STIHL LINETRIMMERS AND RECEIVE A POLYCUT MOWING TOOL WORTH UP TO $66 FOR FREE STIHL FS 38 / Linetrimmer 0.6kW, 27.2cc, 4.1kg $295 *Offer valid until 31 December 2011 or while stocks last Highway Vets The Cattery We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Highway Vets will be closed on the following days 25th, 26th & 27th December 2011 1st, 2nd & 3rd January 2012 Veterinary emergencies only on these days Phone: 407 1195 1611 SH10 Kerikeri (1.7 km north of roundabout) A big THANK YOU to all our furry friends and their owners Closed 25th - 27th December and 1st - 3rd January Gift Vouchers also available Quality 2nd hand books for Great Christmas Presents or Great Holiday Reading (Waipapa) SEASON'S GREETINGS Waipapa (opposite the Warehouse) 09 407 3086 email@example.com Village Books from Have a Cracker of a Xmas Have a Cracker of a Xmas p. e. centralb 29 Gillies Street, Kawakawa 0 t lbutch h her errryyyyy@ y@ @ y y y yx x x xtt xra ra ra ra a a ra a a ra ra ra r ra a.c .c .c .c cc co. o. o. o. o o. . . .z nz nz nz nz z nz z 021 10 10, ,B Ba Ba Ba Ba a Ba B B B By y yof of of of o o o o o o I I I I I III l l sll l l sl sl sl slla a an an an an n an an ans s ds ds ds s lbth h h @ @ @ t t t HOMEMADE HAMS $11.90 kg 2LTR CREAM only $7.90 ea BUY TWO, 2LTR MILK $5.60 (from 19-24th Dec only) Take your pick of Christmas carol evenings Fun times: Santa kicks up his heels at Carols at Kemp House in 2009 much to the amusement of the crowd. Kerikeri musicians will provide plenty of Christmas cheer at this year's Carols at Kemp House on December 17 at 6pm. Community carol sing- ing will be led by Bella a Capella and other artists including tin whistle vir- tuoso Bill Dawes and soloist Danielle Hook- way. The rumour is that Santa will also put in an appearance. We're looking forward to a wonderful evening of great music, including old favourites and some new songs as well,'' Kerikeri Mission Station manager Liz Bigwood says. People are welcome to bring a picnic, though St James Church will be running a sausage sizzle to raise money for Riding for the Disabled. The Stone Store will also be open for people who might want to do a little early evening Christmas shopping. Carols at Kemp House is a free event for the community, and is a great way for families to come together to cel- ebrate the beginning of the festive season,'' Liz says. The carol concert takes place at 6pm on Decem- ber 17 -- admission is free. The wet weather location is Kerikeri Sports Complex. Carols in the garden Christmas cheer will be coming to Russell once again this year at the annual Carols on the Lawn concert at Pompal- lier Mission, the NZ His- toric Places Trust prop- erty in Russell, Bay of Islands. Organised in partner- ship with Christ Church, local groups and soloists will perform traditional festive favourites as well as modern Christmas songs as part of the show, which takes place on December 21 at 6pm. Carols on the Lawn has become an annual fixture for the Russell community,'' Pompallier Mission manager Kate Martin says. People are invited to bring a picnic, join in or just kick back and enjoy. Pompallier Mission has the only public gardens in Russell, so it's a great opportunity for families to relax, have a bite to eat and enjoy the enter- tainment,'' Kate says. Admission to Carols on the Lawn is free to every- body. Alternative wet weather venue -- Christ Church in Russell.
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