Rodney Times : January 6th 2011
15 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 6, 2011 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 794 East Coast Road, Albany Auckland www.cityimpactchurch.com 0800 CHURCH WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK VISIT US. 6am -TUESDAY 6am-FRIDAY 9am-SUNDAYTV3 PRIME SUNDAY SERVICES -10am & 7pm Come along and Join in! For further information contact Secretary/Manager Sue East Phone: 424 9026 Email email@example.com Fax: 424 2446 CLUBROOMS: 43a VIPOND RD, WHANGAPARAOA POSTAL: P O BOX 97 SILVERDALE 0944 www.silverdalersa.org.nz Silverdale & Districts Returned Services Association Inc Yes you are Welcome and your dollar will go further. ENTERTAINMENT JANUARY 2011 Fri 7th North Harbour Rockers Sat 8th Blast from the Past Fri 14th Dave Charles Band Sat 15th The Kavalliers Fri 21st Kiwi Express Sat 22nd Rhythm and Groove Fri 28th DC 4 Sat 29th DStarlights 665 Whangaparaoa Road Crows Nest Bar DIAL A DRIVER Ph 09 424 8389 Texas Holdem Poker with Wuza Mon from 7pm • $10 entry POKER LIVE SPORT on Big Screens SPORT Thurs/Fri from 9pm Sun 4 til late KARAOKE Totally Refurbished Pokie Room 18 Gaming Machines donating back to our community POKIES Thurs/Fri from 4pm RAFFLES Every Tues from 7pm POOL COMPS Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& Stars take the stage for NZ's biggest music fest By CARALISE MOORE Music to the ears: Parachute Music Festival is one of the country's biggest music events, attracting crowds of around 25,000 to Mystery Creek this month. One of New Zealand's biggest music festivals will be in full swing again this year from January 28 to 31 at Mys- tery Creek, Hamilton. Parachute Music Fes- tival hosts more than 25,000 punters every year to the Christian music festival that pulls in international and national artists. Six stages and four days of music, events, competitions, movies, and camping, Parachute brings together one big community who tent together, look after each other, and get to hear some world class music that has a message. Among all the music there's the village with a large selection of food and shopping, a kids' programme for the litt- lies to enjoy, amusement rides, speakers and seminars, a skate park, and even a water slide to help everyone cool down in the intense summer sunshine. Confirmed musicians include Chris Tomlin, Skillet, Stan Walker, NewWorldSon, Seabird, Parachute Band, Rap- ture Ruckus and The Lads. Guest speakers in- clude Louie Giglio, for- mer guitarist of nu-metal band Korn, Brian Head' Welch, and John Cameron. Family friendly, and drug and alcohol free, with an atmosphere described as a massive, chilled out family picnic. Parachute Festival tickets are on sale now from iTicket, phone 0508 ITICKET or visit www.iticket.co.nz. Visit www.parachute music.com/festival for more information. No fear: DJ Dow, 2, zooms past 11-year-old Shaydene Castle on one of the many novelty attractions. Kids enjoy fun day in the sunshine Free ride: Bailey McQuoid, 4, from Glen Eden gives the merry-go-round a burst. Big demand: Hungry Aucklanders queue for a free sausage. Thanks. That's the message from the Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Com- munity Trust to all our readers. And what better way to show that appreci- ation than through a free family fun day at the Ellerslie race- course. Thousands of people turned up to the annual event last month -- making the most of the great weather, barbecued sausages, novelty rides, Tip Top icecreams and entertainment. The trust, working in partnership with this newspaper, has run two major fundraising appeals this year. The League for Life project was established to support rugby league players of all ages and abilities who fall on hard times while Oper- ation Heal secured much-needed funds to buy high-tech operat- ing equipment at the National Burn Centre at Middlemore Hos- pital. Readers got right behind us on both counts and together we all made a difference,'' chairman Sir Peter Leitch says. The fam- ily fun day is our way of saying well done and thank you for your fan- tastic support.''
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