Northern News : October 17th 2012
5 NORTHERN NEWS, OCTOBER 17, 2012 NEWS Specials valid until 31 Oct 2012. All specials may not be available in some stores. Specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed above. No Trade Sales. LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN IN NZ WITH OVER 200 OUTLETS! Everyday in every Liquor Centre outlet we give away FREE GIFTS on Beer, Wines, Spirits and RTDs. Your Local Liquor Centre is just round the corner LONG WEEKEND - Time for a refreshing drink MATUA Origins Range incl Sparkling OR WOLF BLASS Red Label Range incl Sparkling / Moscato $11.99 each Brancott Estate Still / Sparkling $14.99 Lindaur Special Reserve Range $13.99 Bombay Sapphire Gin 1ltr $42.99 $59.99 Jim Beam 1750ml $36.99 Jagermeister 700ml $33.99 St Remy Brandy 1 ltr $31.99 Steinlager Classic Bottles 18 pack $22.99 Cody's Honey 8% 250ml Cans 12 pack $30.99 Woodstock Bourbon & Cola 5% 330ml Bottles 18-pack $19.99 Barrel 51 330ml Bottles 12 pack $20.99 Cody's Bourbon & Cola 8% 250ml Cans 12 pack Diesel 8% 320ml Cans 6 pack $11.99 $11.99 Gordons Gin & Tonic Bottles 250 ml 4 Pack $31.99 Russian Standard Vodka 1ltr Black Heart Rum & Cola 5% 330ml Bottles 12 pack $20.99 Jim Beam Black & Cola 8% 330ml Cans 8 pack $18.99 $25.99 Carlsburg Bottles 15 pack $22.99 each Tui / Export Gold / DB Draught Bottles 330ml 15 pack Baileys 700ml $24.99 Captain Morgan Dark Rum 1ltr OR Captain Morgan Spiced Gold Rum 1ltr $35.99 Lion Red / Speights Gold Speights Summit / Waikato. Bottles 24s $37.99 each Corona Bottles 18 pack $37.99 Teachers Whisky 1ltr $32.99 Mangonui L.C. Mangonui The Shed L.C. 9 Marino Place, Kaikohe Liquor World Waipapa Shop 3, The Palm, Kalnac Lane,Waipapa, Kerikeri Gift exchange removes need for cash Working economy at Peria: At the heart of the initiative, from left: Daring Donna, Janika Brown, Johanna Van Stratum and Polly Greeks with her daughter Vita Lightbourne. At the rear is Sheryl Mungall of Auckland, who used the centre for a celebrants' workshop at the weekend. By KERI MOLLOY A group of people in Peria are showing there's a different way to work an economy. They have established a community facility that oper- ates on a gift economy'' prin- ciple. Gift economy is a mode of exchange where goods and services are given with no formal agreement. The idea is that a voluntary gift exchange will see wealth distributed through a community. The Lighthouse, a space for community use, has been open for two months at Peria. It has been embraced by people in the area and is already used by practitioners, children, arts groups, a walk- ing group, meditation and yoga groups, writers and babies. Donna, who likes to be known only as Daring Donna, is at the heart of the initiat- ive. She has a career back- ground that includes econom- ics at a corporate level. She says she wanted to find out more about our fascination with money and relationship to it. We've turned it into a tool for survival, but when you have relationships you don't need money.'' The gift economy is work- ing well so far at Peria with the expenses of running the building -- formerly a two- bedroomed house -- covered by contributions made by users. A workshop at the weekend featuring Auckland-based celebrant Sheryl Mungall saw people gathered from all over the Far North. Mapping out your say on the RPS Roughly 23,000 North- land landowners have been contacted as the Northland Regional Council seeks public feedback on maps linked to its proposed regional policy statement. The regional council's policy general manager Kathryn Ross says many of the maps have been refined after feedback from landowners earlier this year. While the majority of these landowners are unlikely to see much change as a result of the proposed maps, we're doing our best to ensure that anyone with a line around or across their property knows what it means and has an oppor- tunity to have their say,'' said Ms Ross. The maps are avail- able to view at regional council offices, public lib- raries or online at nrc.govt.nz. The council is legally required to carry out identification of the region's outstanding natural areas and coastal land as part of works on its proposed RPS, which sets out how our natural and physical resources are managed. These maps are just one of many issues covered in the Proposed RPS,'' said Ms Ross. The public has until 5pm on December 3 to comment on the result- ing 164 page proposed policy plus its more than 1200 pages of supporting documentation and maps. Submissions can be made online at nrc.govt.nz/newRPS or by filling in a submission form and posting or fax- ing it to the regional council. Emails can also be sent to: mailroom@ nrc.govt.nz.
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