Nor West News : September 22nd 2011
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 8 NOR-WEST NEWS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011 NEWS Let s keep it that way. Wherever we open, you ll see farming merchandise pricing come down. That s why Farmlands continues to open more stores and put in a solid performance. Keeping your input costs low is just part of the story. We re also here to give you all the advice you might need. Whether you re in beef or sheep, dairy, horticulture or viticulture -- we ve got experts in every eld. Our Farmlands Card is also delivering substantial savings beyond the store with more and more retailers and utilities offering generous discounts. So, if you ve been enjoying a little more money in your wallet, talk to Farmlands about how to keep it that way. Drop into your local Farmlands store, call 0800 327 652 or visit www.farmlands.co.nz Since 1962 we ve been keeping prices honest. Farmers have nally got a bit extra in their pockets. Farmlands Trading Society Limited TRACTA38016-NW Westgate OPEN 7 DAYS PH 831 0282 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPORT YOUR TEAM Great range of Rugby Jerseys and products in store now 3153127BS Teleseminar on illnesses A free online teleseminar to help nor-west residents suffering from chronic illness is on this weekend. Listen online or over the phone to seek solutions to chronic fatigue and pain, fibro- myalgia, IBS and depression on September 25.Those who miss the live broadcast, from 9am to 11am, can access it later online or on an MP3 player. They need to pre- register for the event at artofhealth.co.nz. Speakers will be Art of Health director Kim Knight of Taupaki and Dr Robin Kelly of Albany. Mr Kelly suffered for 10 years from chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. He is a medical doctor and a traditional Chinese medical prac- titioner. Ms Knight also endured chronic fatigue for many years. She now teaches people how to recover from chronic ill- ness without medication. Ms Knight says the teleseminar gives hope to people who have failed to find cures through tra- ditional means. She recalls one woman with severe fibromyalgia symptoms who was told by her doctor: They don't have any answers.'' She is at the end of her rope with pain and despair,'' Ms Knight says. Can you imagine the relief when I told her there is actually hope and that it is very likely she can get well?'' Tail wags at school Planted contraband at Kaukapakapa School gave canine visitor India the labrador something to wag her tail about. Along with her Cus- toms officer handler, the two-year-old showed students and staff how she sniffs out her work. The children also learnt about the import- ance protecting the country's borders from smuggled items. Jacob Lawes and Megan Patterson of Kaipara College won the inaugural ASB Com- munity Bursary award. The year 13 students will attend a September 27 luncheon to receive certificates and a grant. The award celebrates outstanding community involvement. For an area which gets no snow, students from Waimauku School whipped up success at the North Island Pri- mary School ski and snowboard champion- ships at Whakapapa. Chantelle Reilly was first in the junior girls giant slalom and the school team placed 38 out of 105 entries. A 50th jubilee cele- bration is being organised by St Brendan's Primary School in Upper Hutt, Wellington. Former students and staff from nor-west are invited to the event from October 28 to 30. Email stbrendans50th email@example.com, call (04) 939-1909 or visit www.stbrendans.school. nz for more information. Text Youthline if you need help Visitors to the Rugby World Cup are being warned to take care when they party. Youthline says travellers could be the victims of unwanted sexual encounters after overindulging at post-match events. The phone service is urging residents to take care of overseas visitors who may be feeling isolated and may need someone to talk to. We're only a text away. We can be there listening and encour- aging, backing up the spirit of the games so that all get home safely,'' Youthline clinical services man- ager Glenda Schnell says. Youthline has approached back- packers and offered to help tourists. We wish that all have fun and celebrate while enjoying the rugby but be safe and remember we're here to talk,'' Glenda Schnell says. Young people needing to talk can text Youthline on 234.
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