Home' Whangarei Leader : December 21st 2010 Contents COMMUNITY NOTICES
CROQUET & GOLF CROQUET,
Kensington Croquet Club, 41
Mill Rd. Club days Sept to
May, Thurs & Sat. Coaching
anytime. 437-5571. Also,
during winter, 500 and
rummykub played Thurs & Sat
CROQUET at Whangarei
Croquet Club, 2 Third Ave
begins September, every
Thurs and Sat. Coaching and
times: Kathleen 438-0576.
CYCLING, Social cycling group
meets Kensington Stadium
(north side) Sundays 8am
during daylight saving and
8.30am NZST. Cater for all
abilities. Join our Newheelers
Group and cycle up to one
hour with a guide. Coffee later.
Steve 435-1901 or Marge
DANCE, Join the Mady
Dancers and friends, 3rd Sat
each month at the 'Golden
Church' hall Kamo Rd for a
variety of dancing, 8-11.30pm.
Ballroom, Latin, new vogue,
sequence and English old
DANCE -- BELLYDANCE
LESSONS, Beginners and
performers welcome. Tuesday
5.45pm @ Kamo High School.
DANCE GLOBAL DANCE
WHANGAREI, From March.
3rd Sat each month.
7.30-9.30pm, St James Hall,
Onerahi. Elizabeth 436-0819.
DANCE LESSONS, Ballroom,
Latin American. Beginners,
improvers, classes & private
lessons. InStep Dance Studio.
Chris or Anne 430-0089 or
DANCE LESSONS -- CEROC
FUSION, Mon -- Beginners
6.45pm, Intermediates 8pm.
DANCE LESSONS, Whangarei
Rock"N'' Roll Club. Adult
Lessons Monday 7-8pm.
Children Lessons Friday
6.30-8pm. Hall available for
Hire, William Fraser Memorial
Park, Riverside Dr (behind
BMX track). 438-6668 or
DANCE WITH WHANGAREI
SEQUENCE DANCE CLUB,St
Andrews Church Hall, Hunt St.
Lessons for all ages, Mondays
(Mar-Nov) 6.30-7.30pm then
dancing 'till 9.30pm. $3pp.
Dance 1st & 3rd Sat each
month, 8pm. $8pp and a
plate. Frank 438-6241.
DANCING at the Kamo Club,
Wed line dancing lesson
6.45pm. Rock 'n' Roll lessons
at 7.30pm, Social dancing
from 8pm. John 435-0287.
DANCING, Practice every Wed
night 7pm-9pm. Monthly
dance on the second Saturday
of each month at St John's
Church Hall, Kamo Rd with the
Whangarei Ballroom Group.
Trudy at 437-6025 or Joan at
DEERSTALKERS, Hunt, range
shoot and socialise. Alan
DRESS FOR SUCCESS and
Dress To Impress Northland,
Providing clothing, personal
support and career advice to
help clients succeed in work
and life. Good quality
donations of clothing
(especially larger sizes 20+),
shoes, accessories ie
handbags, belts, pantyhose
and toiletries always welcome.
Dress to impress also for
men's clothing. Drop off at 5
Central Ave (opposite Palmers
Garden Centre), Mon-Fri 9am-
2pm. Interested in helping?
Tina 09 438-5505.
DRUGS, Advocacy, advice
education, needle exchange --
weekdays 10am to 7pm,
weekends 11am to 3pm.
430-6524. All confidential.
SUPPORT GROUP, weekly
meetings starting in
Morningside. Whatever your
problem -- anorexia, bulimia,
compulsive overeating, binge
eating -- you're welcome. Nada
on 438-4888 or
EMERGENCY HOUSING, Tai
Tokerau Emergency Housing
Charitable Trust provides
accommodation for families.
430-8098. Office hours 10am-
EPILEPSY NORTHLAND, Free
support, education &
awareness to anyone effected
by epilepsy. Education in the
wider community is a priority,
ELPNZ WHANGAREI, English
language tuition for speakers
of other languages. One-to-one
or group tuition available with
qualified tutors. Social English
groups meet Mondays 10am-
12noon, from beginners to
advanced learners -- upstairs
at 10 Rathbone St. Jenny
GROUP, Meets 3rd Tuesday
every 2nd month (from
February) at YWCA, 21 Rust
Ave at 10am. Gold coin
donation. Join us for support
and information.Sue Arthritis
New Zealand. 438-5037.
FIFTIES FORWARD CLUB,
Meets at the Aquatic Centre
every Tuesday and Thursday
during school term for aerobic
and aqua-aerobic exercises.
Barbara 437-0705, Christine
434-0644, Glenis 435-0881.
FILIPINO GROUP, Meets
weekly for friendship and
Christian fellowship. All
welcome! Joanne 438 8859.
FLORAL ART Club, Whangarei
Floral Art Club meets 2nd
Weds of each month in the
Vintage Car Club Rooms,
FOLK MUSIC CLUB, Meets
every 3rd Friday of the month,
Kamo Soccer Club rooms,
7.30pm, Dave 436-3003,
FORGET ME NOT ADULT DAY
CENTRE, Good company,
friendship, mental stimulation,
exercise and laughter for
adults of any age who require
day care. We provide a break
for carers by caring for their
loved one in a safe
environment. All welcome.
110 Boundary Rd, Tikipunga.
FOUR CS, Central Community
Care & Creativity. Meets
Mondays 9.30am-1pm for
fellowship at Regent Baptist
Church. Morning tea, lunch at
small cost. Speakers, trips,
devotionals, cards, bowls,
trading table, special events.
All welcome. Jocelyn Badger
FREE FLYING SCHOOL,
Dargaville Aero Club offers
New Zealand's only free flying
school. Open to Whangarei/
Dargaville residents of all
ages, genuinely interested in
learning to fly, contact chief
flying officer, Murray Foster,
who has been teaching
aviation students for over 30
years, and volunteers his time,
7 days a week. 439-8984 or
Meets every 2nd Monday of
the month, at Masonic Centre,
17A Albert St, Lodge
Whangarei 102. New
Sunday am to and from
Christian Renewal Fellowship
Church. Free service for all.
Raumanga or Morningside,
those interested in friendship
and home-hosted travel in NZ
and overseas, plus speakers
and social events. Monthly
meetings, usually at Vintage
Car Clubrooms, Maunu. Judy
Parsons (pres) 436-0791 or
Alice Walker (publicity)
FRIENDSHIP GARDEN GROUP
WHANGAREI, Meets 1st
Weds each month, 9.30am,
Whangarei Central Baptist
Church, Bank St. 3rd Weds
each month garden visits/ bus
trips. 436-0694 or 437-3679.
FUN EXERCISE GROUP,
Exercises every Tuesday from
11am at Seventh Day
Adventist Church Lounge, Cnr
Mill Rd and Shortland St.
Designed to improve aerobic
fitness, strength and flexibility.
Join the class, get fit and have
lots of laughs. $3 per session.
Sue at Arthritis New Zealand
Xmas/ New Year period
The team at Te Puawaitanga o Otangarei Healthcare Centre
wish to inform all clients and members of the public that the
healthcare centre will be closed from 12.00pm Thursday 24th
December 2010 through to Tuesday 4th January 2011.
We will reopen and resume normal hours of operation
Wednesday 5th January 2011.
Medical attention can be accessed at White Cross, 121 Banks
Remember in an emergency dial 111.
"Meri Kirihimete me nga mihi nui mo te tau hou"
HEALTH CARE HOLIDAY
Our experienced Registered Nurses and Caregivers will look
after your patients during their summer holiday.
• Tetraplegic/Respite Care/Elderly Care
• Sleep-overs/Living in.
Try our service for affordable rates
TIKIPUNGA HIGH SCHOOL
COMMENCEMENT DATES - 2011
Tuesday 1st February - Year 13 Students Three Day Leadership Camp
to Thursday 3rd February Senior students course confirmation (please
phone for an appointment) 9.00am-2.00pm
Stationery Shop open 10.00am-2.00pm
Friday 4th February
- Senior students course confirmation (please
phone for an appointment) 9.00am-2.00pm
Monday 7th February - Powhiri for full school in Auditorium at 9.00am
School finishes 2.00pm
Any families who have yet to enrol their child please phone the school office on
4373299 to make an appointment for an enrolment interview
REGIONAL TRANSPORT COMMITTEE
APPLICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT
AS A REPRESENTATIVE
Are you interested in promoting one of the five objectives on Northland's Regional Transport Committee;
environmental sustainability; economic development; safety and personal security; public health or
access and mobility? Or are you interested in being the sixth appointee to represent cultural interests?
The Northland Regional Council is looking for enthusiastic, skilled and committed people to be
representatives on its Regional Transport Committee. The responsibilities of the Northland Regional
Transport Committee include providing guidance on transport outcomes for the region through the
Regional Land Transport Strategy and co-ordinating funding of the region's transport needs through the
Regional Land Transport Programme.
The outcomes for each of the objectives which help guide the Transport Committee are:
Ensuring environmental sustainability
Reducing the use of non-renewable resources and their replacement with renewable sources.
Reducing impacts on human and natural environments.
Assisting economic development
Growth and development are increasingly integrated with transport.
Transport users increasingly understand and meet the costs they create.
Improving transports international and domestic linkages including inter-modal transfers.
Maintain or improve the effectiveness of the transport system.
The efficiency of the transport system is continuing to improve.
Reducing the negative impacts of land-use developments on the transport system.
Assisting safety and personal security
New Zealand's transport system is increasingly safe and secure.
Improving the ability to recover quickly and effectively from adverse events.
Improving access and mobility
Providing affordable and reliable community access.
Protecting and promoting public health
Reducing fatalities, injuries and harm to health.
The Transport Committee must include a sixth appointee to represent cultural interests.
Applications are being invited for individuals to represent each of the objectives identified above on the
Regional Transport Committee. Candidates would ideally be a resident of the region, be familiar with
committees and committee procedures and be able to represent their objective interest knowledgeably
in discussions. The Committee meets on a bi-monthly basis.
An information pack about the Regional Transport Committee is available from the Northland
Regional Council. Questions can be directed to Vaughan Cooper, Growth and Infrastructure Manager.
Confidential applications should be forwarded by 5.00pm Monday 10 January 2011 to: The Chief
Executive Officer, Northland Regional Council, Private Bag 9021, Whangarei 0148. Phone: 09 438 4639,
Fax 09 438 0012. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sale of Liquor
Event Cinemas Nominees
Ltd has made application to
the Whangarei District
Licensing Agency for the
grant of an on licence in
respect of the premises at
18 James Street,
Whangarei and known as
Whangarei. The general
nature of the business
conducted under the
licence is a cinema.
Applicant intends to sell
liquor daily between 0900
The application may be
inspected during ordinary
office hours at the office of
the Whangarei District
Licensing Agency at
Any person who is entitled
to object and who wishes to
object may, not later than
10 working days after the
date of the first publication
of this notice, file a notice in
writing with the Secretary of
the Whangarei District
Licensing Agency at
Private Bag 9023
This is the second
publication of this notice,
the first was on 14th
This notice is given by
SWAIN & ASSOCIATES
Consultants to the
applicant PO Box 34431
WHANGAREI LEADER, DECEMBER 21, 2010
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