Northern News : January 11th 2012
15 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 11, 2012 SPORT CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 If you live in the Hokianga Harbour and you will be 15 or 16 years old in 2012 this is for you!! We are looking for singers and songwriters. Our music is digitally distributed to over 40 music companies worldwide as well as dow nload engines like iTunes. In December 2012 we will have the HARP Music Festival where youll get the opportunity to perform your song live, alongside well known NZ artists. This Charitable Trust is a positive youth development program and apart from engaging you in music we also have a Life Skill Program and other programs and oppor tunities to provide positive youth development. Auditions will be held: o North Side: Kohukohu Town Hall Friday 13/01/2012 at 10am o South Side: Rawene Town Hall Saturday 14/01/2012 at 10am Come and join in the fun!! www.harpsounds.co.nz 4223062AA Always ring cinema for day to day session times THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details SHERLOCK HOLMES - A GAME OF SHADOWS (M) Thurs 12th 3:30pm, 8:15pm. Fri 13th 1pm, 5:30pm. Sat 14th 12:45pm, 7:45pm. Sun 15th 1:45pm, 6:30pm. Mon 16th 1pm, 5:30pm. Tues 17th 1:15pm, 8pm. Wed 18th 3:15pm, 8pm. PUSS in BOOTS (PG) Thurs 12th 10:45am. Fri 13th 3:30pm. Sat 14th 6pm. Sun 15th 3:45pm. Mon 16th 11am. Tues 17th 6pm. Wed 18th 10:45am. Other Titles Showing:- Coming Movies:- HAPPY FEET II (G), THE MUPPETS (G) AND ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS (G) MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL (M) late -Jan ADVENTURES OF TINTIN - SECRET OF THE UNICORN (PG) Thurs 12th 1pm, 6pm. Fri 13th 10:45am, 8:15pm. Sat 14th 10:30am, 3:15pm. Sun 15th 4.15pm. Mon 16th 10:45am, 8.15pm. Tues 17th 3:45pm, 8.15pm. Wed 18th 12:45pm, 5.45pm. WAR HORSE (M) Thurs 12th 5:15pm, 8pm. Fri 13th 3:30pm, 8pm. Sat 14th 2:45pm, 8pm. Sun 15th 1pm, 6pm. Mon 16th 3:30pm, 8pm. Tues 17th 3pm. Wed 18th 5pm, 7.45pm. LOTS OF FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY • Hokianga Country Music Club • Billies Angels Line Dancers •Sheeplechase Races • Trade/Food/Refreshment Stalls • Indoor Homecrafts/Photorgraphy • Equestrian, Dairy, Beef, • Sheep, Alpacas • Small Animals & Rare Breeds • Young Handler Competition • Shearing, Dog Trials • Amusements • Kids Challenge Card • Pony Rides • Doug the Digger And lots more... KAIKOHE SHOW KAIKOHE SHOW GROUNDS & EQUESTRIAN CENTRE Cnr S/Hway 12 & Ngawha Springs Road, Kaikohe From 9am Agricultural, Pastoral and Horticultural SATURDAY 14TH JANUARY 2012 GRAND PARADE 2.30pm Email: email@example.com Phone: (09) 401 2400 ADMISSION NO DOGS permitted on the showgrounds. Adults (15+) $7 Children (-14) FREE Parking FREE 4274641AA Bus tours to Ngawha Geothermal Power Station - sponsored by Top Energy For Trade sites Phone Alan (09) 401 0011 or Roger (09) 401 1939 The Turner Centre presents: Paul Ubana Jones & Gary McCormick PUJ--" part Ritchie Havens, part Andres Segovia, part Ravi Shankar." Gary McCormick -- Radio presenter, TV Star, comic, poet 2 STARS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! 7.30pm, Friday, 20th January 2012 At the Turner Centre $40 Adults; $37 Sen Citz/Students/Groups 6+ Ph: 09 407 0260 or w ww.centakeri.com to book TODAY! Roll-over excitement is a challenge thriller New Year Jalopy Challenge: Winner Daniel DeWaal with dad Craig, right, second, and Rob Weal, third. The new year meet at Taipa Speedway was held on January 2 including the annual New Year Jalopy Chal- lenge. After three exciting rounds of jalopy tap and spin action, Daniel DeWaal was presented with the new Challenge Trophy. He could also have been awarded the jalopy stirrer's prize for his determination to tap and spin out all other opponents, but it was his dad Craig DeWaal's suc- cessful tap on Daniel Field that provided roll- over excitement for the spectators. The big saloons also gave fast-paced action through their three rounds. The honours for the super saloons were shared by Mad Max Andresen and Ray Jor- dan, while Roy inchman Walker, John the hustler Hussey, and Ray he who dares Dare all had wins in the limited saloons. Mad Max was also the winner of the fast-paced final feature race of the day, the all-in, after weaving through the slower traffic with Ray Jordan and The hustler Hussey right on his heels. Spectators were given a rare treat at the end of the meeting when these big cars went out to give a simultaneous donut competition display. Ray Dare was awarded the win after a session of mega horsepower syn- chronised donut pirouet- tes.Men's production salo- ons were the biggest field of the day with 11 starters. Alan Wong, all the way from Rotorua, had low oil pressure problems. His Commo- dore VL engine suc- cumbed to the problem in the second round when a piston disinteg- rated and the conrod emerged sticking out through the front of the oil sump. Julie Graydon and Denise Frear had their bigger cars out with Ladies Production and C Grade. Graydon drove spectacularly and turned on an excellent girl donut for the spectators. The next Taipa race meet will be on January 22 at 1pm. Visiting drivers are welcome.
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