Northern News : April 25th 2012
11 NORTHERN NEWS, APRIL 25, 2012 Hermanas Hair Salon in Waipapa, Kerikeri is proud to announce that their hairdresser Tracey Herselman is a finalist in the 2012 Keune Tinta Colour Trophy awards for New Zealand and Australia. Tracey entered the competition as a Senior Stylist. The annual photographic competition for the best hair colour and presentation of a model, attracts a large number of Australasian entrants. Tracey and one other New Zealand entrant, along with four Australian stylists were chosen to go to Sydney in June for the finals. "It's been amazing getting this far in the competition," says Tracey, "I haven't done a photo shoot for five years and it's been a real blast." The photo of Tracey's entry was one of deep golden blonde on a classic bob style. "Keune colours have huge depth and this enabled me to get the effect I was looking for during the photo shoot," says Tracey. "It would not have been possible without my fantastic team: Tissi Hendl the owner of Hermanas Hair Salon; my apprentice Tammy Vaughan; make up artist Cassie Morrision; photographer Jenna Young and of course my stunning models Halina Myers and Zoe Travers," she said, "thank you everyone." Tracey has won a trip for two to attend the Keune Foundation Ball in Sydney where the overall finalist will be announced. The winner will then be off to Amsterdam to attend the exclusive Keune Master Colourist course. At this international level Tracey is among a very elite and specialised group of professionals. Good Luck Tracey. Finalist off to Aussie Competition Mobile Mechanic Service Introducing Russell Tavener of Tavener Automotive. Russell, formerly from Ron Kelly Automotive for the last 7 years, is now working for himself and provides a mobile mechanic service offering:- • Service and repair work on all makes of vehicles - diesel 4x4s a speciality • Warrant of Fitness and COF repairs • Diesel injector testing and overhaul • Horse floats/trailer repairs, including modification work • Performance V8 rebuilds and repowering of vehicles Russell has over 27 years automotive experience working on American, European and Japanese vehicles, both petrol and diesel and also marine diesels. For those unable to get to a repair workshop, Russell offers a pick up and drop off service within the Kerikeri and wider area by arrangement. He will collect your vehicle from your home or workplace, complete the work and return your vehicle back to you. Tavener Automotive carry out WOF repairs, including rust repairs and also has a fully equipped workshop to carry out engine swaps, clutches, light engineering, welding and fabrication work. To those people out there that already know Russell, he looks forward to seeing you again, and welcomes new customers and will provide a high standard of workmanship at very reasonable prices. For enquiries or to arrange bookings call Russell on 09 407 3280 or 021 202 9379. Experience Between Them Infinite Hair Design owner, Charlotte Ruatoto nee Walker, is passionate about hair and has just welcomed equally passionate hairdresser Kim Ngaropo to her salon. "We are slotting in together so well and are an amazing little team,'' says Charlotte. With over 11 years hairdressing experience between them, Charlotte and Kim specialise in colour, cut and styling and regularly attend up-skilling courses to offer clients the most up to date techniques and fashions. Both ladies are from Kerikeri and both achieved top student awards during their training. Following hairdressing college, Charlotte gained valuable experience at Stephen Marr, a top Auckland salon. Returning to Kerikeri she became a qualified stylist, again achieving top student. Having worked together in Kerikeri, it was an easy decision for Kim to join Infinite Hair Design. Kim is a qualified senior stylist and was student of the year at Northland Hairdressing Training Centre during her training. Charlotte opened her home based salon just over a year ago and is located two minutes from Kerikeri town. The environment is private, fun, relaxed but very professional. "We do in-depth consultations to ensure the clients always get what they want, and with our hairdressing knowledge we can design a style to specifically suit,'' says Kim. "We also have really affordable prices.'' The salon offers a comprehensive service for men, women and children from fringe trims to hair extensions. Located at 14 Mission Road Kerikeri, Infinite Hair Design is open 9am to 5pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and 9am to 2pm Saturday. To make an appointment call 09 407 4314, mobile 021 294 8393 or email email@example.com. From left to right: Halina Myers, Tracey Herselman, Tammy Vaughan, Cassie Morrison and Zoe Travers. Hermanas Hair Salon, Shop 5, 11 Klinac Lane, Waipapa, Kerikeri phone 09 407 8561. Welcoming KIM NGAROPO To join Charlotte at Infinite Hair Design 14 Mission Road Kerikeri. Phone 09 407 4314 021 294 8393 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org APRIL SPECIAL "FREE haircut with every colour" 4525121AA We all want perfectly coloured & healthy looking hair! At Hermanas we can do that for you! www.hermanas.co.nz PHONE 09 407 8561 (Opposite the Warehouse in Waipapa) 4517667AA TAVENER AUTOMOTIVE Servicing and Mechanical Repairs All makes of vehicles including Mercedes & BMW SPECIALISING DIESEL and PETROL ENGINE REBUILDS And V8s RUSSELL TAVENER Ph 09 407 3280 Mobile 021 202 9379 League season kicks off The Whangarei mid to far north junior rugby league 2012 will kick off on April 29. Seven clubs will field teams of under-7, under-9 and under-11s, playing at the Blue Goose, Whangarei and Lindvart Park in Kai- kohe. Rugby League Northland will also build on the growth of the under-15 and under- 17s grades with up to eight clubs in each grade. Teams will play in north and south divisions. New for 2012 will see the introduction of an under-13 competition played in north and south divisions. The association has just recruited three coaches who will be working together as an overall team. We will be improving on last years performance,'' association general manager Alex Smits says. Anyone interested in playing junior rugby league contact Alex Smits, Rugby League Northland, on 021 273 6975 or email Alex. Smits@nzrl.co.nz. SCORES & DRAWS GOLF Kaikohe Golf and Squash Club Last month the club held the 76th Annual Northland Amateur Strokeplay. In past years this event was a trial for the selection of the Northland team. Whilst this isn't the case anymore the event still pulls a selection of high calibre players. Traditionally this was a 72 hole event, however this year it was pulled back to 54 holes. The tournament was a great success for the club and it looks forward to hosting a bigger event next year. The eventual winner was Paul Young - Kerikeri who came from 7 strokes behind to take the trophy who is the current Kaikohe Open Champion. Other results are: Vets gross winner Pete Smith; gross r/up Les Coombes. Vets nett winner: Allan Nilsson; nett r/up; Lloyde Lemon. Open nett winner: Bob Shirly; 1st r/up Hone Mihaka; 2nd r/up Warren Martin; 3rd r/up Bruce Newson; 4th r/up Darren Markin. Junior gross winner Jimmy Rogers. Intermediate gross r/up George Rameka. Intermediate winner Doug Solomon. Senior gross r/up Brett Dormer. Best round and tournament champion Paul Young. The Kaikohe club wishes to thank all those that took part in the event and those who made it happen. SPEEDWAY Taipa Stock & Saloon Car Club Club Champs 15 April 2012 Results. Super Saloons Rds 1,2&3:58Max Andresen, 1. Limited Saloons Rd 1: 10 Keith Wilson, 1; 888 Ray Dare, 2; 27 John Hussey 2. Rd 2 Glyn Quilter Memorial Trophy: Dare,1; Wilson, 2; Hussey, 3. Rd 3: 36 Terry Grigg, 1; Wilson, 2; 53 Nick Caldwell, 3. B Grade Rd 1: 45 Roger Frear, 1; 46 Kelvin Coate, 2. Rd 2: Frear, 1; Coate, 2; 777 Grant Kidd, 3. Rd 3: Frear, 1; Kidd, 2; Coate, 3. Ladies Limited Rds 1,2&3:10 Debbie Wilson, 1. MensCGradeRd1:5TonyOver,1;2 Allen Hallett, 2; 85 Todd Campbell- Wilson, 3. Rd 2: Campbell-Wilson,1; Hallett, 2; 12 Shane Wilson, 3. Rd 3: Over, 1; Wilson, 2; Campbell- Wilson, 3. Juniors Rds 1,2&3:53Nathan Canty, 1. Men's Production Rds1&2:94Bruce Mallindine, 1; 62 Kevin Hills, 2; 85 Shirley Andresen, 3. Rd 3: Andresen,1; Mallindine, 2; Hills, 3. Ladies Production Rds 1,2&3:Lyn Elliot-Canty, 1; Joy Kareko, 2. Ladies C Grade Rd 1: Mere Poharama, 1; 12 Debbie Wilson, 2; 53 Carole Teixeira, 3. Rd 2: Wilson, 1; Poharama, 2; Teixeira, 3. Rd 3: Poharama, 1; Wilson, 2; Teixeira, 3. Stockcars Rd 1: 89 Rob Anderson, 1; 86 Ryan Carey, 2; 85 Merie Perry, 3. Rd 2: Anderson, 1; 88 Tuka Albert, 2; Carey, 3. Rd 3: Anderson, 1; Albert, 2; Perry, 3. BOWLS Coopers Beach Bowling Club A morning tea was held at the club on Tuesday, April 10, to farewell Brian Wilson as he moves to a retirement village in Wanganui to be closer to his family. Brian was president of the club from 1995 to 1996, won the junior championship singles in 1991 and 1992, junior pairs championships in 1993 and 1994 with Bryon Corfield and the championship triples in 1994 and 1995 with Wally parker and the late Barry Von Sturmer. He gave up playing bowls in the late 90s due to health problems but remained a staunch supporter of the club and sponsored a men's pairs event for several years. The president of the club wished Brian all the best on behalf of the members and commented that he was sure Brian would keep the retirement village entertained with his great sense of humour.
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