Northern News : February 15th 2012
10 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 15, 2012 SPORT www.shoestyles.co.nz Kerikeri Ph 407 9392 Paihia 09 402 5610 If the shoe fits...we're it! SUMMER SALE! ENROL NOW - MARCH START - NO FEES Whether you're new to the business world, want to build your business skills or you're simply looking for a place to start, the Certifcate in First Steps to Business will assist you in realising your business potential. You'll gain an understanding of fundamental business concepts and processes to help you plan and develop your business ideas. CERTIFICATE IN FIRST STEPS TO BUSINESS // LEVEL 2 Duration: 24 weeks | Locations: Kaikohe | Fees: No fees The ability to manage money is an essential life-skill for all New Zealanders, regardless of age or current level of income. The Certifcate in Money Management is designed to help you develop this ability, enabling you to make decisions that will help you reach your fnancial goals. CERTIFICATE IN MONEY MANAGEMENT // LEVEL 3 Duration: 20 weeks | Locations: Paihia | Fees: No fees Free phone our call centre for a complete list of programmes that are being offered in 2012! Don't miss out - spaces are filling fast! Kaikohe Office - 78 Broadway | 0800 355 553 | www.twoa.ac.nz Do you have a business idea or would you like to improve your existing business? If so, the Certifcate in Small Business Management is designed for you. It will provide you with the practical tools you need to establish your business or manage your current business more efectively. CERTIFICATE IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT // LEVEL 4 Duration: 36 weeks | Locations: Kaikohe, Kerikeri | Fees: No fees All programmes and enrolments are subject to minimum class numbers and programme confirmation. Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. TAIT_NN0200 Redwoods Dental Centre, 1536 State Highway 10, Kerikeri (1 km north of the Kerikeri Crossroads Roundabout) Ph 09 407 4240 Michael (left), Denise (centre) & Matthew (right) Your experienced team Denise Mariu Dental Hygienist Michael Bain Dentist Matthew Bristow Dentist 2629318AA Make the most of your summer this year with the PlaceMakers Outdoor Furniture Collection $1799 $999 KNOW HOW CARD PLUS $175 BONUS VOUCHERS KNOW HOW CARD PLUS $75 BONUS VOUCHERS Outdoor furniture on display at Placemakers Kerikeri 26 Mill Lane 09 407 4820 Ngapuhi claw back Waitangi Bowl: Te Rarawa player Alan Hayway flying high to score against Ngapuhi. In a hig-scoring final, Ngapuhi proved too strong for defending champions Te Rarawa at the annual Waitangi Bowl Ki-o-rahi Chal- lenge at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds on February 4. The score was 32-22 to Ngapuhi but not without a strong showing from Te Rarawa in the first quar- ter.But Ngapuhi finished in dominant style by clawing their way back in the second and third quarters. Nine teams contested the annual series which was organised by the Ngati Hine Health Trust in association with the Waitangi National Trust Board. Competition is heat- ing up for the coveted trophy with team num- bers increasing each year,'' tournament org- aniser Robbie Bristow says. The standard is really lifting and the skills and tactics were very impressive.'' Tennis roadshow set to hit town Intensity: Mairtown's Liam Mortimer plays in the boys 12 and under division. The tennis season is truly upon us with the Northland Junior Open played at the Thomas Neale Family Memorial Park in Kamo on Janu- ary 28 and 29. The weather was brilliant, encouraging plenty of good tennis. To capture youngsters interested in playing, the Tennis New Zealand Roadshow is visiting schools in Kaikohe and Kerikeri this week. It will visit Kaitaia and the Far North the week after. Push to revive cricket in north The Far North Cricket Association has emerged from the wilderness with a new committee deter- mined to see cricket played once again in the Far North. The association is pro- moting a twilight cricket competition running from February to the end of March. To make it more appealing, organisers have modified the format including only eight players per team, twenty20 format, three- step bowling run up, use of a softer ball and you can't get out for a duck. Matches are scheduled at Kaitaia College and Kaitaia Intermediate School. In support of the initiative, Northland Cricket Association has employed local cricket coach Peter Barnett as the Far North cricket co- ordinator. He will provide cricket coaching clinics to local schools, and in a dual role with the FNCA, will also organise an after- school competition. Call Peter Barnett on 027-726-2854.
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