Northern News : August 22nd 2012
6 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 22, 2012 NEWS CALL NOW for your appointment with Audiometerist John Bone SAVE BIG $$$ on Hearing Aids* # AHAJBSB144MNN 0508 20 30 20 DON'T DELAY FREEPHONE NOW! or visit www.appliedhearing.co.nz HEARING TEST for 50+ FREE professional follow-up for 1 year MINIMUM 60 day trial & INSTANT fitting options * Budget aids start from under $1000. If buying 2 digital aids, our second aid at half-price offer can easily save you $1000 or more! Conditions apply. ST JOHNS BUILDING 58 RAIHARA STREET, KAIKOHE * Go to www.davidreidhomes.co.nz /location for full reference David Reid Homes Bay of Islands Multiple House of the Year award winner Office 2 Homestead Rd Kerikeri 09 407 7470 or Kevin 0274943565 "We are so pleased we entrusted our dreams to David Reid Homes, Bay of Islands. The high quality finish and attention to detail is exceptional." * Jan & Paul Kemshall Kerikeri OF LIVING 599 Kemsahil Ad Finalart.indd 1 17/08/12 11: LAND PLANNING AND SURVEYING 90 Kerikeri Road PO Box 211, Kerikeri 0245 F 09 407 7366 firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 407 9182 2598141AA Service medal: In uniform at left are members of the Kerikeri Cadet Corps. The medal recipients, are from left, Frank Lewis, Les Wasson, who received the medal on behalf of his father, Duncan McBride, Neil Scott, Lloyd Purdie, David Norman, Hau Mohi, Christina McArthey, Mita Harris, Murray Anderson, Michael Bain, Alen Martin, Peter Smith and Graeme Wattam. Defence Services Medals presented A well-attended gather- ing at the Kerikeri Club on August 9 witnessed the presentation of New Zealand Defence Service Medals to former service- men and women. The medals recognised their past service in the navy, army and air force. The New Zealand Defence Service Medal (NZDSM) was instituted in April 2011 to recog- nise attested military service since September 3, 1945. The Royal warrant for the NZDSM allows for between one and four clasps to be awarded with the medal. The number of clasps awarded to an individual is determined by the type of military service undertaken by the indi- vidual. There are four clasps which can be awarded with the medal: regular, territorial, compulsory military training and national service. The awards were made by Lieutenant Colonel Chris Powell, assisted by Regimental Sergeant Major WO1 Roddy Hickling, of the 3rd Auckland and North- land Battalion. Loads of fun in Kaikohe for Cure Kids' Red Nose Day on Friday Celebrity support: Brooke Howard-Smith is the face of the Cure Kids appeal Red Nose Day. Head to your local Paper Plus or Take Note store on Friday to take part in a nationwide Red Nose Day fundraiser for Cure Kids. Paper Plus Kaikohe is planning a big day, with a lunch-time sausage sizzle, raffles of book and stationery prizes, and a Win a jar of Jaffas guessing game. The store is also offer- ing a trade-a-book deal, with traded books going to hospitals at Rawene and Kawakawa. Red Nose Day goodies will be available for a gold coin. All money raised from donations will go directly to Cure Kids. About one child in every 30 in New Zealand -- roughly one in every classroom -- lives with a life-threatening illness or genetic malformation, and Cure Kids is dedic- ated to funding child health medical research. School pupils should ensure their school is registered at the address email@example.com to be entered in a prize draw. For more information go to curekids.org.nz, a n dt u n ei nt oT V 3a t 7.30pm for the Red Nose Day: Comedy for Cure Kids comedy marathon on Friday. Cure Kids has inves- ted more than $29 mil- lion in research covering a wide range of chil- dren s life-threatening illnesses, and has had world-first break- throughs and continues to fund research into stillbirth, childhood leu- kaemia, heart disease, genetic conditions and asthma, among others. R e dN o s eD a yi sa national fundraising campaign that celebrates our communities, em- braces the light-hearted Kiwi culture, and sup- ports children across New Zealand.
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