Nor West News : February 3rd 2011
12 NOR-WEST NEWS, FEBRUARY 3, 2011 NEWS PH: 09 420 8343 Check upcoming events on our FACEBOOK Page BISTRO OPEN New Chef - New Menu Lunch 7 Days / Dinner Thur - Sun Thur - Poker from 6pm Fri - Topless Waitress and Meat & Seafood Raffles from 5.30-7.30pm & Karaoke from 8pm till 1am TRIBAL STATE performing live Sat Feb 19 get your tickets @ the bar! eat OpeningSpecials ree lettering + ree Artwork! North Memorials rst 30 customers in raw to get money back emorials.co.nz 342 Great North Road, Henderson. Ph 838 3800 G G G Gr r GF F F F F F F F Fiii i i d d dr r r dr w w w w w w w ww w w w w ww w w.n n n no o or rt th h h h hm m m tth h • Personal Service • Affordable Prices • Payment options available FORESTWOOD raditional Stain Asstd Colours GREAT DEALS ast Tamaki (09) 253 9010 Cocky s Corner 123 Que iuku (09) 235 9880 Oikoumene Forest Ltd. · 1 West Street, Helensville (09) 420 8706 Residential Building Supplies · 35 Wookey Lane, Kumeu (09) 412 2964 Sticks Building Supplies · 14 Parkhead Pl, North Harbour (09) 415 6570 Timber Building Solutions · 61 Henderson Valley Rd, Henderson (09) 838 4700 Three Brothers Ltd. · 4 Morrin Road, Panmure (09) 574 0333 Woodmart · 571 Great South Road, Penrose (09) 525 6293 Promotion from 1st February 2011 to 31st March 2011 All Prices Include GST www.buildlink.co.nz 25kg Bag Just Add Water 15 Minute Set Zincalum Exclusive Offer FREE roll of Anti-Noise tape with $300 Purchase FREE Cut-to- Length Service $2179 metre Life Time guarantee Solasafe Polycarbonate Cladding Available in: Clear, Bronze & Grey $1725 $6695 Slimline Mini Corrugated Iron Sheets Maxmium Length 6.0m 21 Colours Available ASTCRETE wo for 22.95 Super Strength FASTCRETE Two for $25.95 5 Litre Rngcug eqog cpf uwrrqtv MWOGW MWOGW MWOGW MWOGW EQOOWP V[ EQOOWP V[ EQOOWPKV[ EQOOWPKV[ EGPVTG EGPVTG EGPVTG EGPVTG CEEGUU TQCF CEEGUU TQCF CEEGUU TQCF CEEGUU TQCF CNN YGNEQOG# CNN YGNEQOG# H HHHT TK TK TKF [ F[ FC[ FC[ 3 3333 333HGD HGD HGD HGD 3 3332 222co co co coÏ Ï Ï Ï4 444 5 05 05 052 222ro ro ro ro The arts come alive in March Auckland will be buzz- ing next month with free music, movies, family fun, arts and cultural events. The Auckland Arts Festival is on from March 2 to 20. More than 500 international and local artists are taking part in over 75 concerts, productions, arts ex- hibitions, seminars, workshops and family activities. Artistic director David Malacari hopes the free events, which complement a ticketed programme, will at- tract a diverse com- munity. They introduce new audiences to the arts, often people who have never had the oppor- tunity to enjoy the wonderful experiences on offer at a major multi-arts festival.'' Daily activities at Aotea Square include a free line-up of world, contemporary and classical music from 5pm on weekdays and 2pm on Saturday and Sunday. Artists include Flip Grater, Sean Donolly, Barons of Tang, LUPIN, the Lautten Compagney, Arte Kanela, NZTrio and DJs. There will be also be a series of artist talks during weekday lunches. Free films will be shown as part of the Movies in Parks pro- gramme. Art galleries and museums including the Auckland Art Gal- lery, Motat, Auckland Museum, the Voyager NZ Maritime Museum and Auckland Library will open until mid- night on March 12 for the inaugural White Night festival. There is also the Free Festival Garden Party in Aotea Square on March 13 from 10am to 4pm. Nippers take to the surf Keen skills: Nippers improved their confidence and skill level during the Muriwai junior surf holiday programme. Sandy effort: Beach events were just a few of the activities which kept the junior Muriwai members busy. Future surf lifeguards have an extra spring in their step thanks to the Muriwai junior surf hol- iday programme. The event helped boost the confidence and skills of 25 Muriwai nippers for their season's surf sports competitions. The annual summer programme uses the beach and Houghtons Lake for surf swimming, tube rescues and board paddling. Melody Edwards led the programme with the support of other senior club members Fiona Whyte, Anna Mickell and Nick Regal. Younger guards Blanche Currer- Briggs, Oliver Tyack and Miles Broderick also offered their expertise. Funding from the Rod- ney District Council enabled the popular event to go ahead with the nippers and in- structors enjoying and learning from the chal- lenge. The programme helps the youngsters gain valuable experience in the surf as they progress into their lifeguard awards at age 14.
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