Northern News : January 16th 2013
10 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 16, 2013 NEWS Auction Wed 30 Jan, 2pm. Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Rd, Kerikeri (Unless sold prior) View www.harcourts.co.nz/KK4992 Holger Werner P094076677M0272468246 E firstname.lastname@example.org Bay of Islands Realty Licensed Agent REAA 2008 Bushfront Living At Its Best Calling for Attention! Paihia 22a Ward Drive AUCTION www.harcourts.co.nz BAY OF ISLANDS Parts & Accessories Repairs & Servicing Warrant of Fitness Batteries & Tools Car Audio SERVICE PARTS 09 407 6984 09 407 6288 www.autoone.co.nz Private Mammograms now available in Kerikeri. Contact us now Ph 09 407 6222 www.northernradiology.co.nz If you are a Woman aged over 40 years an ANNUAL MAMMOGRAM is the best way of detecting early breast cancer. LET US KNOW Please send your notice to email@example.com two weeks in advance. inclusion is at the editor's discretion. preference is given to local, free, community and charity events. NOTICES Breakaway holiday programme, weekdays until Jan 25 -- free with lunch provided. There is a wide range of activities, from beach trips, art, educational activities, cooking, as well as sports like unicycling, hip hop dance, mau rakau -- all coached by top local coaches and topped off by a sports competition and cultural day. Also a rheumatic fever programme for the kids who are enrolled, with free swabbing available. Contact Kate Te Whata firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 0260 0477 or 09 405 2647. Whakamana Hauora, living a healthy life with a chronic health condition. Free self- management course, starting Jan 29, 10am to 12.30pm in Kaikohe at the Baptist Church Centre. Suitable for people with chronic health conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, diabetes, heart disease, respiratory conditions, depression or any other long-term health problem that may be disrupting your life. Also suitable for carers and family members of people with health conditions. Call 09 402 8562 or 021 150 4631. This could be the first step to a new beginning. Te Tai Tokerau PHO. Kaikohe Community Arts Council presents The Eastern, a string band that roars like a punk band, swings like a gospel band, works like a bar band with a touch of folk and country. Pioneer Village, Kaikohe, Feb 3, 1pm -- gates open noon. Tickets $15, children under 10 free, from Passion8 and Pioneer Village. Go to forteastern.com. Vintage Railway's Concert at the station on Jan 27. Twilight Golf Croquet, Cherry Park, opp Waipapa Landing every Tuesday evening at 5.15pm to 7pm. $4 per night. Beginners welcome. Seaweek, March 2-10, theme is Healthy Seas-Healthy People, and is run by NZ Association for Environment Education. Go to email@example.com. The Cape Brett Challenge, April 27 -- three route options, 37km classic run -- which takes in the lighthouse, 17km Whangamumu loop run/walk and 10km Kauri Ridge run/walk. Bay of Islands Sailing Week, Jan 23, 24, 25. Talent quest, finals at the Be Free Family Day Out on Feb 24. Contact Claire on 09 407 1506 or 021 883 616, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information the Youth Music Programme. Ocean and Orchard wine and food festival, Feb 23 from 11am-6pm Kerikeri Domain, showcasing the best of Northland's vineyards, local cuisine, seafood, produce and musicians. Visit oceanandorchard festival.co.nz. Tickets adult $20, youth $10, children free. Supervised kids' area. Wet weather contingency venue The Turner Centre. Live music at The Duke of Marlborough Hotel, Russell, Jan 25, 26 and 27 -- Andrew Farrell and David McMillan, Wizard and Oz. The Honey-Jam,Te Kowhai Point Farm, Kerikeri, Jan 26-27. A boutique music festival in the beautiful Bay of Islands and you can stay overnight, showcasing a world- class selection of bands and solo performances headed by Kiwi favourites Supergroove. Adult $135, teens (13-17 incl) $95, child (5-12 incl) $55, toddler (under 5) free. Camping $10 per person (excl toddlers). Costs are for a weekend pass.Tickets at eventfinda.co.nz Waitangi Day Celebrations, Feb 5-6, two days of bi-cultural celebrations at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Events include 100 market stalls, three stages with a variety of entertainment, children's activities including the Fire Service Combat Challenge for kids. New Zealand's top kapa haka acts, the Navy Band, the Royal NZ Air Force aerobatic flying Team, the Red Checkers' and Waitangi has Talent finals. For more information and programme waitangi.org.nz Hokianga A&P Show, Broadwood, Feb 16. Northland Field Days, Dargaville, Feb 21, 22 & 23. Go to northlandfielddays.co.nz. Waimamaku Wild Wests Festival, Hokianga, Mid North, Feb 23, entertainment, market stalls, possum skinning, barrel throwing, lots of fun. Come and listen to Urban Country playing all the best country rock tunes in Waimamaku's main street. Admission free. Captain Morgan 90 Mile Beach Snapper Bonanza, Ninety Mile Beach, Aupouri Peninsula, Feb 26, 27, 28, March 1, 2. A surfcasting bonanza on the mighty 90 Mile Beach. Great prizes including $30,000 for heaviest snapper and $10,000 for average weight snapper, over $130,000 worth of lucky draw spot prizes. Go to snapperbonanza.co.nz. Te Houtaewa Beach Race Challenge, runs and walks, Ninety Mile Beach, 90 Mile Beach, Aupouri Peninsula, March 23. Four races: The ultra marathon which is 60km, the marathon 42km and both half marathon run and half marathon walk are 21km long. There is also a cycle race. Go to tehoutaewa.co.nz.
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