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BAY CHRONICLE, FEBRUARY 16, 2012
Always ring cinema for day to day ses sion times
09 401 2398
23 RAIHARA ST,
Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details
Sat 18th 3.30pm.
SIONE'S WEDDING: UNFINISHIED BUSINESS
Fri 17th 8pm. Sat 18th 7.45pm
ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIP-WRECKED (G)
SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS (M)
WAR HORSE (M)
Thurs 16th 7.45pm. Fri 17th 7.45pm.
Sat 18th 3pm
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL (M)
Thurs 16th 8pm. Fri 17th 8pm. Sat 18th 7.30pm.
UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS:
Approved for General
M Suitable for mature
audiences 16 years
RP (AGE) Restricted to
persons over the specified
age unless accompanied
by parent/guardian e.g.
R (AGE) Restricted to person
over specified age e.g.
R13, R15, R16, R18
CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS
Kerikeri's own Joanna
Foote is back for one
Direct from the UK
with some very special
Sunday, 26 February 2012
at the Turner Centre
$40 Adults; $35 Sen Citz/
Ph: 09-407-0260 or
to book TODAY!
TE AHU CINEMA
Corner Church & South Roads,
KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519
Northland College, Kaikohe
Saturday 25 February 2012
$5 per person
Phone Margaretanne on:
09 405 2212
0210 338 469
Kaikohe Community Arts Council
We have great pleasure in welcoming Tony Backhouse to Kaikohe. Tony is a
world famous vocal coach, singer and composer who has been influential
in the revival of a capella singing, particularly in gospel music.
Whether you are a trained singer, a karaoke queen, or a shower singer, come
along. By the end of the afternoon we will be singing our socks off
and raising the roof of Northland College with our beautiful noise.
7.30pm, Sat 18 February 2012
at the Turner Centre
$25 Adults; $20 Sen Citz/Unwaged/Groups 6+
$5.00 STUDENT SPECIAL
Ph: 09-407-0960 to book TODAY!
Or Visit: www.centakeri.com
Tena koutou e te whanau
Karanga mai, karanga mai,
nau mai i nga iwi
'Ngapuhi Nui Tonu Mo Rongoa Hui
29th February 2012 2.30pm
Senior Citizens Hall, Tawanui Road, Kaikohe
Nau mai Piki mai Haere mai
If you know of anyone in our rohe that would like to participate,
or to included to the newly created data base please forward;
Name , address, contact phone numbers and email address. . .
you are most welcome. Waea mai!
Enquires to Bernadette Brophy (09) 405 3457 or mobile (02) 724 40379
Please leave a message and RSVP numbers attending
2.30pm Karakia -- Mihi Whakatau -Kaupapa o te ra-
-Whiwhi korero a te Te Kahui Rongoa me te ropu
To inform Rongoa whanau about the
Kahui Rongoa trust, form; function
To inform rongoa whanau and all other
participants of procedures regarding
election of Governance members
To assist rohe in their respective elections
Follow up hui March election hui
- Te Ngapuhi Nui Tonu ki Kaikohe(mid north)
- Korerorero ano te Constiution o te ropu
- Rapua mo he kaitakawaeanga
- Homai te korero, he patai, registrations
5.30pm - Kai Hakari
Kaikohe speedway: True to his name, Tony Over clinches first roll-over of the season.
Mad Max takes the double
Sunday, February 12 and once
again the dust rises at Kaikohe
Out first were the super and
limited saloons competing for a
trophy in their respective classes.
One of the favourites, Ray Jor-
dan, was a little off the pace after
suffering damage at Whangarei
the prior weekend, leaving Mad
Max 58 to dominate two of the
three rounds and earn the trophy
for his efforts.
True to his name, the first roll-
over of the season went to Tony
Over 333 in his front-wheel drive
Mitsubishi as he entered Town
bend at top speed. He emerged
unhurt through the drivers win-
C grade Daniel Feild had to
work hard to earn a win over 13
year old Sonny Halliday 56. It
won t be long before the
youngsters are chasing hard the
Next race meet is the Club Day
Champs March 4.
Club members head to Taipa
speedway February 18 to compete
for the Northland Speedway
The Easter Stampede, CTRA
titles and Demolition Derby will
be held April 6, 7 and 8.
This year a sponsor is offering
$3000 for the last man standing.
Visit the club s website kaikohe
carclub.com for information.
Trail on track for this year
The Pou Herenga Tai --
Twin Coast Cycle Trail --
is on track for a grand
opening by the end of
A 13.5km Kaikohe to
Okaihau section of the
84km trail was opened to
public use last year.
Construction of a
further 20km of the
trail between Kaikohe
and Kawakawa is
expected to be completed
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