Northern News : November 14th 2012
12 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 14, 2012 SPORT Official sponsors will match public donations, dollar for dollar, up to a maximum of $150,000. (NEST) is a charitable trust established to provide a dedicated rescue and air ambulance service for the people of Northland and beyond. Their work never stops. Use the envelope to donate $5 or more and be in to win a ride in one of our Rescue Choppers! www.facebook.com/northland.rescuehelicopter Donating is fast and simple: Northland's Electricity Rescue Helicopters are helping Northlanders in need every day We depend on it That's why we need your support now -- Please donate and help save lives •AtanyASB • Online -- ERH Appeal ASB -- 12 3106 0046000 00 • The official freepost donation envelope 100% of all money raised by the public goes to the Northland Emergency Services Trust, which operates the Electricity Rescue Helicopter Official Electricity Rescue Helicopter Sponsor 2012 Electricity Rescue Helicopter Appeal EFTPOS, LAYBUY, VISA, MASTERCARD, Q CARD, FARMERS CARD, FAMILY FINANCE 34 Rankin Street, Kaikohe • Phone: 09 401 0268 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.tobinplumbers.co.nz WE'VE GOT IT! WANT IT? 4926775AC Colours flying high Last weekend the Bay of Islands Yacht Club hos- ted racing for the Flying Fifteen Class. Competitors from Whangarei and the host club battled it out over seven races, six of them simple windward- leeward laps, and one bay race which took them to Brampton Buoy, Russell and up and down Veronica Channel. Rob Ward and Bruce Yovich sailed Flying Col- ours to a convincing win. On handicapping sys- tem, Pingan Faitour showed the most improvement with Pat- rick Skelly on the helm and John Roberts crew- ing. Our thanks to com- petitors and volunteers supporting this wonder- ful event. For more details visit the club website boiyacht club.co.nz. On target: Aroha Heta of Whangaroa College sets a new record in clay target shooting. Sights set on champs The Northland Second- ary School Clay Target Championships took place over terms one, two and three, and Whanga- roa College student Aroha Heta certainly made her mark. Aroha was the High Overall Series winner for the Northland Secondary School Girls Clay Target Shooting Competition 2012 held in Christ- church. She also came second in the Single Barrel. Aroha has been coached by Kaeo Clay Target Club members John Richardson, Gor- don Adams and Brian Cates. This is the first time in the history of secondary school shooting that a young woman has won over young male and female shooters in a final shoot off.
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