Rodney Times : January 13th 2011
23 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 13, 2011 CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS Charts and Publications (pursuant to Section 36 of the Maritime Transport Act 1994). © LINZ Note: Tides data supplied by Land Information New Zealand. For more information on how to interpret these tides, visit: 3 2 1 0 s time and height for Auckland HL HL HL HL HL HL HL HL Sun rise & set Moon rise & set Auckland (For Orewa: + 2 mins) Muriwai Beach Kawau Island Great Barrier Tryphena Mangawhai Heads Kaipara Harbour Pouto Stanmore Bay/ Mahurangi Weiti River Entrance 2:04AM 2:30PM 2:54AM 3:17PM 3:50AM 4:10PM 4:50AM 5:06PM 5:49AM 6:05PM 6:45AM 7:03PM 7:37AM 7:59PM 8:05AM 8:35PM 8:59AM 9:26PM 9:56AM 10:21PM 10:54AM 11:19PM 11:51AM 12:15AM 12:45PM 1:09AM 1:37PM 4:17AM 4:37PM 5:14AM 5:36PM 6:21AM 6:42PM 7:33AM 7:53PM 8:41AM 9:00PM 9:38AM 9:58PM 10:27AM 10:48PM 10:35AM 11:06PM 11:34AM 12:07AM 12:45PM 1:16AM 1:59PM 2:25AM 3:04PM 3:26AM 3:59PM 4:19AM 4:49PM 1:49AM 2:15PM 2:39AM 3:02PM 3:35AM 3:55PM 4:35AM 4:51PM 5:34AM 5:50PM 6:30AM 6:48PM 7:22AM 7:44PM 8:01AM 8:31PM 8:55AM 9:22PM 9:52AM 10:17PM 10:50AM 11:15PM 11:47AM 12:11AM 12:41PM 1:05AM 1:33PM 1:45AM 2:04PM 2:36AM 2:52PM 3:32AM 3:44PM 4:31AM 4:41PM 5:29AM 5:40PM 6:25AM 6:38PM 7:17AM 7:33PM 7:52AM 8:26PM 8:44AM 9:16PM 9:40AM 10:10PM 10:39AM 11:07PM 11:37AM 12:03AM 12:33PM 12:56AM 1:27PM 2:09AM 2:35PM 2:59AM 3:22PM 3:55AM 4:15PM 4:55AM 5:11PM 5:54AM 6:10PM 6:50AM 7:08PM 7:42AM 8:04PM 8:10AM 8:40PM 9:04AM 9:31PM 10:01AM 10:26PM 10:59AM 11:24PM 11:56AM 12:20AM 12:50PM 1:14AM 1:42PM 4:57AM 5:17PM 5:54AM 6:16PM 7:01AM 7:22PM 8:13AM 8:33PM 9:21AM 9:40PM 10:18AM 10:38PM 11:07AM 11:28PM 11:05AM 11:36PM 12:04PM 12:37AM 1:15PM 1:46AM 2:29PM 2:55AM 3:34PM 3:56AM 4:29PM 4:49AM 5:19PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM n, 17 Jan Tue, 18 Jan Wed, 19 Jan Copyright Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited 2011 Rise 2:21PM Set 12:27AM Rise 3:20PM Set 12:58AM Rise 4:21PM Set 1:34AM Rise 5:22PM Set 2:16AM Rise 6:20PM Set 3:06AM Rise 7:14PM Set 4:05AM Rise 8:02PM Set 5:11AM Rise 6:15AM Set 8:44PM Rise 6:16AM Set 8:44PM Rise 6:17AM Set 8:43PM Rise 6:18AM Set 8:43PM Rise 6:19AM Set 8:43PM Rise 6:20AM Set 8:42PM Rise 6:21AM Set 8:42PM 2:06AM 2:32PM 2:56AM 3:19PM 3:52AM 4:12PM 4:52AM 5:08PM 5:51AM 6:07PM 6:47AM 7:05PM 7:39AM 8:01PM 8:17AM 8:47PM 9:11AM 9:38PM 10:08AM 10:33PM 11:06AM 11:31PM 12:03PM 12:27AM 12:57PM 1:21AM 1:49PM 2:05AM 2:31PM 2:55AM 3:18PM 3:51AM 4:11PM 4:51AM 5:07PM 5:50AM 6:06PM 6:46AM 7:04PM 7:38AM 8:00PM 8:12AM 8:42PM 9:06AM 9:33PM 10:03AM 10:28PM 11:01AM 11:26PM 11:58AM 12:22AM 12:52PM 1:16AM 1:44PM www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/ tidal-info TIDES, SUN & MOON These tide predictions are not of cial tide tables as speci ed in Maritime Rules Part 25 Nautical Charts and Publications 4 Tide graph shows Thu, 13 Jan , , Fri, 14 Jan , , Sat, 15 Jan , , Sun, 16 Jan , , Mo © Tide Chart Movie Pool Movies show daily Movie Pool. 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The YRU crew of Crazy Sexy Cool is now second by just two points and is poised to challenge for the lead. In the women's series, team YRU heads the field. Two of the women's crew, Gabi Wehler and Marie-Ann Lutton, have sailed in the series before and are helping to coach Kerry Davies, Glenda Wallis, Lynn Ahman and Arlene Kershaw. The women's crew of another new boat, Doctors Orders, helmed by Gayle Robins, is on equal points but behind on countback in the club's summer racing. Doctors Orders is sailing consistently well and will be hard to beat by the time of the last race in April. Prozak, sailed by Gary Drummond, is leading the yacht club's Warpaint regatta by a slender margin. On summer weekends, the club runs two other regattas. The Two Handed Series sees the fleet sailing around the Hauraki Gulf islands, and is led by Prozak, fol- lowed by Hot Ice, helmed by Peter Scott, and Doctors Orders, helmed by Howard Robins. The fourth cruising series, featuring yachts from Gulf Harbour and the neighbouring Weiti Boating Club, is led by John Allerman's crew on Glory Days. Roaring ride: Kaukapakapa teenager Josh Jack won this year's Summercross at Whakatane in the 16 to 17 years 125cc on his Suzuki. The win is Josh's first since entering the competition the past few years. Photo: ANDY McGECHAN, BIKESPORTNZ.COM Josh stoked with last win as junior By MICHELE ONG Temperamental weather did not stop Kau- kapakapa teenager Josh Jack winning his class at the annual two-day Sum- mercross Whakatane event in December. The win is his first since initially entering the competition in 2003 and Josh is really stoked'' to be able to end his last year competing as a junior on such a high note. I've entered the com- petition every year but have always crashed out. It has only motivated me more to win though,'' he says. Hot and dry weather greeted the juniors on the first day of the event, while the senior and vet- eran racers were met with high winds and strong rain on the second day. But 17-year-old Josh was undeterred by the conditions, calling the tracks perfectly groom- ed'' and everything well organised'', as he rode his Suzuki to victory in the 16 to 17 years 125cc class. I made it hard for myself in the race,'' he says. I didn't really get a good start. There were about 15 people in front of me. My fitness was good and I managed to keep the same pace through- out the race.'' Josh says he rode aggressively trying to catch up with the field, and managed to come first in all three laps in the end. I just didn't want to make any mistakes. I knew I had the speed and just picked the riders off one at a time. By the third lap, I realised I was only a few seconds behind the leaders and that spurred me on even more.'' Josh, who has been riding since he was six, also competed in the youth motocross on the second day of the event, and finished sixth over- all.This year he will train in the senior category, and hopes to compete overseas.
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