Northern News : January 9th 2013
7 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 9, 2013 NEWS • Tyres & Mags • Wheel Alignment • Balancing & Batteries Next to Vehicle Testing Station at end of Mill Lane phone Dean, Scott or Rick on: 09 407 7773 5083335AA LAND PLANNING AND SURVEYING 90 Kerikeri Road PO Box 211, Kerikeri 0245 F 09 407 7366 firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 407 9182 2598141AA Estate Law Simon Dominick Lawyer & Director Having a loved one pass is hard enough without legal worries. Let Simon take away the legal stress The Meridian 93 Kerikeri Road Kerikeri 09 407 7099 www.lawnorth.co.nz 5010144AD Explore a historic fsh-trap and use it to catch fsh, with a little help from the NZ Historic Places Trust... Where: The fsh trap - drive down Kerikeri Inlet Road, turn right into Wharau Road, then left into Quince‛s Landing, When: 12pm to 3pm, January 10, 2013 What to Bring: Old clothes, suitable shoes and sunscreen HAPPY SUMMER FiSHiNG Live archaeology for kids! Te ika Hari Raumati BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL - to book phone 09-407-0480 or email email@example.com CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT 5094905AA Sun shines on Pawarenga sports day First: Hazel Tana, 15, from Motatau heads across the line first. The young runner the youth cross-country. Heave: Right, the day's tug of war produced some of the most vocal crowds. Fore: Les King shows off his form in the hole-in-one contest. Jammin': Hunter Pickering, left, and Allen Karena entertain the crowd. They're off: Thornton Rerekura, from Whirinaki, leads the way on Sam at the start of the cross-country ride at Pawarenga. Sunshine and good vibes saw the year out at Pawarenga's United Marae Sports Day on December 31. Joanna Frances Olsen, known to all as Nanny O'' came down from Kaitaia to oversee the day that included horse races, iron man compe- titions, log chopping and fun for the tamariki. Three marae -- Morehu, Taio and Ohaki -- were repres- ented and were gathering funds for the year's opera- tions. And whanau came from all over to celebrate the holidays at home. Tangiroa Karena spent his first Christmas at home after moving across the ditch four years ago. When I'm sitting here, I see people I haven't seen for a long time,'' Nanny O says. I remember the face, but I don't remember the name. They say, Lovely, that's because of the age'.''
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