Northern News : January 30th 2013
Sale of Liquor Act 1989 Brian Galvin, 6 Binnie St, Paihia, retired, has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Kaikohe for the renewal of an On Licence in respect of the premises situated at Maritime Building, Paihia known as Hansens Cafe Ltd. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is Restaurant. The days on which and the hours which liquor is to be sold under the licence are 7 days a week 6.30am till 11pm. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Far North District Licensing Agency at the FNDC Butler Centre, Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 10 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Far North District Council, Private Bag 752, Kaikohe. This is the second publication of this notice. The first publication was made on 23 January 2013. Sale of Liquor Act 1989 Sections 31(3) Narain Trading Ltd a private company has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Kaikohe for the grant of an Off Licence in respect of the premises situated at 94 Broadway, Kaikohe to be known as Kaikohe Liquor. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is a bottle shop. The days on which and the hours during which liquor is currently sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 9am to 10pm. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the offices of the Far North District Licensing Agency, Memorial Avenue, Kaikohe. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 10 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the Far North District Licensing Agency, Private Bag 752, Kaikohe 0440 This is the second publication of this notice. The first publication was made on 23/01/2013 Public Notices SPCA Dogs need you! Bay of Islands SPCA We need volunteers to help with cleaning duties and dog walking at the Lemon Grove Dog Shelter If you can help please call 4077515 ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS These conditions apply to all advertising in this publication unless we have agreed other terms in writing with the advertiser ("you") 1. In accepting an advertisement for publication and in publishing it we are doing so in consideration of and in reliance on your express warranty, the truth of which is essential: a. 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All casual advertising must be prepaid prior to publication. Payment by credit card for casual advertising is accepted. 14. We may provide guidelines to be followed where you include internet addresses in advertising. Public Notices Public Notices To all the people, star patients and friends of KAIKOHE My sincere apologies for not saying goodbye before I left in October. I miss your kind hearts and smiling faces. I hope to catch up with you all one day. e noho ra Arohanui nurse Deanna WHANGAROA HEALTH SERVICES TRUST Results - Elections Pupuke and Totara North Wards The votes were counted under Police Supervision on Thursday 24th January 2013 and the successful candidate for the Pupuke Ward is Paul Cameron and for the Totara North Ward is Mary Vermy. Church Notices WAITANGI DAY (6 FEB) CAR PARKING, BRIDGE CLOSURE & FERRIES Bridge Closure The Waitangi bridge will operate on a one way system between 7-10am (traffic Paihia direction only) and will be closed for all vehicle traffic at 10am. The bridge will open again at 6pm. Parking and free shuttle bus The Waitangi National Trust has organised additional parking for Waitangi Day visitors at Bledisloe Domain. Driving directions from Haruru Falls: turn off Puketona Road into Haruru Falls Road. Follow Haruru Falls Road over the bridge for 500 metres then turn right into Bledisloe Domain. Visitors are requested to use the dedicated parking site at Bledisloe Domain. A gold coin for parking is appreciated. A free shuttle bus will be running continuously from Bledisloe Domain to Waitangi and back from 8.30am to 7pm. Ferries Fullers GreatSights will be operating a Waitangi pier stop on their regular ferry service from Russell. Ferries depart Russell on the hour and Waitangi (to Paihia) at 15 past the hour. For a full Waitangi Day programme go to www.waitangi.org.nz Deaths ATKINSON, Dorothy Colleen Passed away peacefully at Radius Baycare, on January 24, 2013; aged 85 years. Beloved wife of the late Allan Atkinson. Loving Mum and Mother-in-law of Tony and Marilyn, Huck, Stu and Kathy, Suzy and Mark. Loved Nan and Great Nan of 11 grand and great grandchildren. "Gone but never forgotten" A committal service was held for family and close friends at Far North Memorial Gardens Crematorium, Wiroa Road, Kerikeri, on Tuesday January 29, at 11am. All correspondence to PO Box 316, Kaikohe 0440. Squire Funeral Services Kaikohe/Kawakawa In Memoriam PACKER IDA DOREEN On 27th of January 2000. In our hearts your memory lingers sweetly, tender, fond & true. There is not a day dear mum that we do not think of you. Love always Jenny and Family EDUARD KLASSEN IN CONCERT Eduard Klassen, world renowned Paraguayan folk harpist, will be performing at the Kaikohe Baptist Church, corner of Broadway and Hongi Street, Kaikohe at 7.00pm on Thursday, 7th February. All are welcome. There is no entry charge but a koha would be appreciated. For more information contact Peter Craddock, phone (09) 401 2822 17 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 30, 2013 NEWS Where are they now? Who, what, when: Old negatives from The Northern News and The Bay Chronicle -- scanned by Debbie Beadle of Kaikohe Photographic Centre for digital storing -- are turning up some treasures from the early 1980s. This is a classic. What do you know about it? Email keri.molloy@fairfaxmedia. co.nz if you know anything about these bike enthusiasts. Super Shuttle hits the Bay A nationwide airport passenger transport business Super Shuttle New Zealand will start services in February to and from Bay of Islands Airport servicing all Air New Zealand flights. Far North Holdings has awarded Super Shuttle a licence to operate passenger services out- side the airport terminal. It provides a door to door service. Jim Whitehorn and Shirley Rowe will run the Bay of Islands branch. Both Jim and Shirley have extensive tourism experience in the Bay. They are well known to the local industry and community. For years Jim skippered Fullers cruise boats and then joined Explore NZ until his recent retire- ment as general manager. Shirley also worked at Fullers on the cruise boats for many years and has operated her own busi- ness in the boutique food products industry. More recently Shirley has work- ed in the Explore NZ sales office in Paihia. Go to supershuttle.co.nz. ERO praises Christian school's learning culture The Ministry of Education's Education Review Office has given the Christian school at Waimate North a positive report. Since the last ERO report in December 2009, the campus has been relocated from Kerikeri to the Waimate North site. Development on the Edkins Road site has been deferred while the school community considers other options. Meanwhile the Waimate North Campus has provided the necessary space for consolidation and planning and is well situated for future growth. The Waimate Campus opened in August 2011. ERO reports that students are generally well engaged in learning. ''The school has a purposeful learning culture. ''Good progress has been made in sharing assessment information with students and identifying their next learning steps. ''Students talk about their own learning and are aware of how well they are achieving. ''Overall, positive relationships are evident between teachers and students. ''Students in years 1 to 8 are achieving well in reading, writing and maths in relation to National Standards,'' it says. ''Senior managers regularly monitor student progress against school achievement goals. Data are analysed and shared with teachers. ''The effective use of assessment information to inform teaching and learning programmes is particularly evident at the Waimate North campus.'' The Ministry of Education provides free transport from Kerikeri to the campus. There are vacancies for years 1 to 8 at Waimate and also some vacancies at the Kaikohe campus in years 1 to 8. Fall witness calls for help Coastguard Northern Region's Communications and SAR Response Centre was called by a member of the public who saw a man fall from his yacht's trapeze this week. He crashed down on to his ves- sel and needed assistance. Coastguard Bay of Islands' res- cue vessel, Bay Rescue, arrived at the scene to find the patient was suffering from a gouge in his upper arm and severe bleeding with numbness to the other arm. Coastguard volunteers treated the patient by stopping the bleed- ing and administering oxygen. Bay Rescue then transported the patient back to Waitangi Wharf to meet an awaiting ambulance. Coastguard takes this oppor- tunity to remind people of the importance of carrying two forms of waterproof communication on board and familiarising them- selves with Coastguard's marine VHF channels before heading out on the water. Go to coastguard.org.nz.
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