Northern News : February 29th 2012
8 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 NEWS Your Kaitaia team. Your local supporters. Kaitaia 31 North Park Drive (09) 408 4031 firstname.lastname@example.org Opening Hours Mon to Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pm GREG COLQUHOUN Greg plays in several bands in the district and DJs on the local radio station. He came to Farmlands with 30 years hospitality management experience and, before moving to Kaitaia, had a lifestyle block, running sheep and pigs, and growing apricots in North Canterbury. CHRIS MACDONALD Chris joined Farmlands in 2005, starting as a casual staff member in Opotiki, and never left! Chris dad, originally a dairy farmer, was one of the rst kiwifruit orchardists near Tauranga, and Chris herself once worked as a farm cadet, providing her with plenty of background in dairy and horticulture. ANGE CURLE - BUSINESS MANAGER Ange has had plenty of sales, management and administrative experience. She was born in Kaitaia and grew up on a farm at Kaingaroa. She worked in Rotorua, where one year was spent at a horse stud. She now leads the team at Farmlands Kaitaia. ANNE MASTERS Anne is a fth generation Northlander and worked with her brothers for several years in the Masters horticultural business. There aren t many around the district she doesn t know, and who don t know her. She has a strong management and customer service background. Your Farmlands team are not just local. They re loyal. The years in the business really show in the advice and service they give out. Many have run farms themselves and know just what it takes to keep a farm and stock healthy and pro table. And remember, if you re a Shareholder you don t just bene t from extra sharp pricing, you get to share in the pro ts, too. So come on by, and say hi to your biggest supporters. Farmlands Trading Society Limited TRACTA38878 The Mobile is coming to you at Te Oranga car park, 16 Matthews Ave, Kaitaia from 30th January to 23rd March Free for women aged 45 - 69 Regular breast screening is important. Don't put it off, it could save your life FREEPHONE 0800 270 200 or txt BreastScreen to 4040 Free transport & support offered by Faye Price BSA1823 New Patients Welcome Same Day Appointments Available 24 HOUR CALL BACK FACILITY (Call Out Fees Apply) Reasonable Pricing and Affordable Dentistry Ph 09 407 4049 2 Ranui Avenue, Kerikeri. After Hours 021 029 60489 OPEN 6 DAYS AND LATE NIGHT APPOINTMENTS General and Emergency Dentistry $40 for the full mouth examination costs NorthTec studio the real deal Action!: Dennis Murphy is one of two tutors delighted to be offering his insights into an industry he thoroughly loves. It's lights, camera, action for NorthTec's new video and electronic media dip- loma being offered at its Whangarei campus. NorthTec says those enrolling on the course will benefit from two industry experienced tutors and get to experi- ence all aspects of film making from audio acquisition, camera work, editing, lighting, concept development, set design and script writing. Completing the dip- loma should open up career options as camera operators, script writers, sound and/or lighting engineers, video producers and gaffers or grips. The new diploma will also include information on the history of the film and TV industry, its legal framework, funding organisations and the industry structure. Students produce a short film, a mock TV commer- cial, a documentary, a music video and a corporate-oriented video over the course of the two years. The back half of the performing arts building at Raumanga campus in Whangarei, known as The Barn, will be used for the pre- production and pro- duction phases of the various projects using new camera, sound and editing equipment. It is similar to how a normal film studio would be with the fittings and lights all working.
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