Rodney Times : December 30th 2010
11 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 30, 2010 INDIAN CUISINE Dine In Takeaway Free local delivery Lunch Mon-Fri 11.30-2.30 Dinner 7 nights 4.30 till late Shop 11, 15 Karepiro Drive Whangaparaoa Ph 09 424 3400 Raviz Indian Restaurant in Whangaparaoa $10 20% OFF YOUR TOTAL BILL When you dine in or takeaway Sat/Sun. Only with this ad www.raviz.co.nz MAINS Mon - Tues - Weds Dining/Takeaway/Delivery Conditions apply LUNCHES Mon - Fri Includes mains rice and a naan bread (Maximum discount $60.00) 3273537AH WATCH US ON TV SUNDAY SERVICES -10am & 7pm 794 East Coast Road, Albany, Auckland. www.cityimpactchurch.com 0800 CHURCH WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK 6am -TUESDAY 6am-FRIDAY 9am-SUNDAYTV3 PRIME Openair Cinema & Music Under the stars, among the vines! Gates open 6.30pm, live music from 7pm, movie approx 8.45pm Adult $18, child 8-15 $9, 7 & under FREE www.AscensionWine.co.nz/comingevents 480 Matakana Road, Matakana Ph. 09 422 9601 ext. 2 Full details & movie trailers at... Tue 4th Jan Rolling Stones 'Shine a Light' Wed 5th Jan 'Meet the Parents -- Little Fockers' Thur 6th Jan 'Once Upon a Time in the West' Fri 7th Jan 'Inception' Explore the b h Turkish-bor Join us for an authentic Turkish experience. A 14-day tour fully escorted from Auckland. Departs Jun Term pply Call: 09 427 9040 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit: 332 Hibiscus Coast Highway 5,740* per person, share twin. $from Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& Chart-toppers play concert at Ascension New Zealand songbird Brooke Fraser headlines the More FM Winery Tour 2011 summer series. It includes an all-male entourage -- chart- topping four-piece band Opshop and popular Auckland rock band Mid- night Youth. The tour stops at Ascension Wine Estate in Matakana on February 4 and 5, and tickets for the Saturday, February 5, show have sold out. Brooke is known for her catchy and moving songs and her latest album Flags, released in October, debuted at No 1, powered by her latest hit single Something In The Water. Opshop s third studio album Until the End of Time was released in August. It also debuted at the top of the charts. Midnight Youth, open- ing all the shows, achieved platinum sales for their debut album The Brave Don t Run and picked up awards for Best Rock Album and Best Group at the 2009 New Zealand Music Awards. Tickets are still avail- able for the February 4 show. The cost is $65 plus booking fee, and one child under the age of 12 gets in free with each adult ticket holder. Tickets and bus/ticket packages can be pur- chased via the Winery Tour website www. winerytour.co.nz and Ticketmaster 0800-111- 999 or www.ticketmas ter.co.nz. The Rodney Times has a double pass to each show to give away. To enter, write your name, address, phone number and email on the back of an envelope and post to Rodney Times More FM Winery Tour Giveaway, PO Box 79, Orewa 0946. One entry per person, and please indicate which show you would prefer tickets for. Homemade food on the run Roadside chef: Sean Kellingray at the SH1 rest stop on the Pohuehue Viaduct south of Warkworth. He trained at West- minster College, was a chef at the Savoy Hotel in London and Ma Maison in Los Angeles, and has cooked for Holly- wood stars from Diana Ross to Orson Welles. So what s Sean Kellin- gray doing in a rest area on the side of the road between Warkworth and Orewa? Sean s the owner of The Coffee Kitchen, the kitchen-truck that s parked near the entrance to the Mt Auckland walkway near the Pohuehue Viaduct. Every day he serves up homemade food and cof- fee to hungry and weary travellers and com- muters. Fast food these days tends to be rubbish, Sean says. But it s not rubbish if it s homemade. Everything I make here is good, fast food. Sean takes pride in making things from scratch -- from the corn- ish pasties and pastries to the bread, right down to the mayonnaise. He says life for him and his young family in the United Kingdom was comfortable but very predictable . Coming to New Zea- land was like throwing the cards in the air. We love it here -- the area s beautiful. He says The Coffee Kitchen is a bit of a tour- ist information stop and he s become quite pro- ficient at pointing people in the right direction. I chose to come here in my truck because it s the second busiest road in the country. About 20,000 cars a day use this road. It s a useful place to stop, wake yourself up with a coffee and use the port-a-loo before continu- ing your journey. Visit www.thecoffee kitchen.co.nz for infor- mation. Fat Freddy's Drop in town Dropping in: Fat Freddy's Drop are on the road again. Fat Freddy s Drop are at the Mangawhai Tavern on January 6 and 7. It s part of their The Road to Opononi Summer Tour which started two days ago and ends at Opononi on January 8. Doors open 7.30pm with Bella Kalolo the support act. Tickets $55, plus booking fee, available from tick- etmaster.co.nz, ampli- fier.co.nz, and the venue. Visit www.fatfreddysd rop.com.
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