Rodney Times : February 18th 2014
14 RODNEY TIMES, FEBRUARY 18, 2014 NEWS Public Notices KAIPARAFLATS NETBALLCLUB AGM Kaipara Flats Sports Club Jeanette Sanderson Secretary 09 422 4971 On-licenceRenewal Section:101 SaleandSupply of Alcohol Act2012 Dont Delay, give your company the exposure it deserves. We are running an Accountancy Services feature that will fully expose your business out to your local community. Do not miss out on the chance of placing an advert into this feature...Spaces are filling up!!! Can’t wait to read the paper? Have you missed your delivery? The most recent editions can be viewed online for free by clicking On the “Latest Edition” link at www.rodneytimes.co.nz or following businesses have copies of your favourite local paper RODNEY TIMES OFFICE ALBANY 21 Florence Ave, Orewa (09) 426 5024 Shell Shop DAIRY FLAT HELENSVILLE KAIWAKA LEIGH MATAKANA MANGAWHAI Falloons Store Helensville Info Centre Yamaha Centre Jaques Four Square Leigh General Store Matakana Store Matakana Info Centre Mangawhai Four Square Mangawhai Gas Mangawhai Books Molesworth Four Square MAUNGATUROTO Tony’s Book Shop PARAKAI Parakai Store POINT WELLS PUHOI OMAHA OREWA Point Wells Store Puhoi Store Omaha Store Orewa Information Centre Orewa Holiday Park Hibiscus Dairy SNELLS BEACH Gull Snells Beach TE HANA WAIWERA WAIMAUKU Te Hana Gas Station Waiwera Mini Mart Waimaku Mini Market WARKWORTH Warkworth Info Centre Warkworth Take Note Wellsford Take Note WELLSFORD WHANGAPARAOA Whangaparaoa Plaza Management Offi ce FREE Fax: 0800 022 815 email: email@example.com FREE Ph: 0800 022 812 Classified Advertising made easy Melliejoanz Cafe & Bistro, 1 Polarity Rise, Silverdale, Cafe Retailer, has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Auckland Council for the Renewal of an On Licence, in respect of the premises situated at 1 Polarity Rise, Silverdale. The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is: Restaurant. The days on which and the hours during which liquor is sold under the licence are: Monday to Sunday from 8.00am to 11pm. The application may be inspected during the ordinary office hours of the Auckland District Licensing Agency at the: Orewa Service Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the issue of the licence may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Auckland Council, Private Bag 92 300, Auckland 1142. No objection to the issue of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specidfied in section 105(1) of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. No objection to the renewal of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specified in section 131 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. This is the only publication of this notice. PUBLICNOTICE of application for Thursday 20th February 7pm at Public Notices TAPORABIRD DAY Located Tapora School, Friday 7th March, 9am to 12.30pm All Welcome Deaths GREEN, DUDLEY Charles - On 13th February 2014 at Auckland Hospital; late of Warkworth. Loved son of The Late Ethel and Bon Green. Loved brother of The Late Valda. Loved brother and brother-in-law of Betty and The Late Eric King. Those we love don’t go away. They walk beside us every day. Badminton Club Victor Eaves Park, Orewa Seniors play Tues nights starting Feb 25th from 7pm AGMMarch 4th@8pm Juniors play Tues evenings 5-6.30pm Call NoelineKingston 0n 09 426 3370 Section101 Zhangran Company limited of Wellsford private company has made application to the District Licensing Committee at Auckland for an On Licence licence in respect of the premises situated at 169 Rodney Street Wellsford. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is a restaurant . The days on which and the hours during which liquor is to be sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 7.00am to 12midnight. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Auckland Council District Committee Rodney Office at 50 Centreway Rd, Orewa. Any person who is entitled to object and wishes to object to the grant of the application may, no later than 15 workings days after the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Rodney Office, Private Bag 92300 Auckland 1142 This is the first public notice Committee Licensing Sale of Liquor Act2012 Orewa GREEN, DUDLEY- Peacefully on Thursday, 13th February 2014 after a strong fight; aged 74 years. Loved father of Kerry and Debbie, Ben and Trish, Nigel, Kylie and Jim. Special Poppa G to 5 grandchildren. Thanks for the great memories A gathering for family and friends will be held at Matakana House on Saturday, 22nd February 2014 at 1:00pm. Jason Morrison Funeral Services FDANZ - Warkworth GREEN, DUDLEY- (Poppa G) We’re going to miss you at our soccer games. Thank you for being a great Poppa. 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Bring dahlias for display. Contact Fay on 09 425 8356. February 21, Argo, Kaiwaka Community Cinema, Kaiwaka Hall, 7.30pm. February 21, D-flat Blues Band and Friends jam night, Dairy Flat Community Hall, 8pm-11pm. Bring your instrument. $2 entry. Visit dairyflatlive.com for information. February 22,Wellsford/ Warkworth Vintage Car Club annual Swap Meet,Wellsford/ Warkworth Vintage Car Clubrooms, Satellite Station Rd, 7am. Vintage car display, car parts old and new, motoring books and more. Contact 09 423 8122 for more information. February 22, Helensville A&P Show, Helensville Showgrounds, Railway St, 9am-4.30pm. Free parking. Go to helensvilleshowgrounds. co.nz for information. February 22, one-hour excursion aboard the historic scow Jane Gifford, departs Warkworth Wharf at 12.30pm. Phone 09 425 5006, 027 484 9935. February 22, The Wonderfish Collective supported by Marmaduke, Leigh Sawmill, 9pm. February 23,Mangawhai Beach and Country Market, Mangawhai Domain, 9am1pm. Contact 027 458 6144 for bookings. February 23, Puhoi Farmers Market 6th Birthday, 9am1pm, Spot prizes, face painting, pony rides, balloons, lolly scramble, best tomato competition, clown and more. Contact 021 722 266 for information. February 23, Community weeding/releasing day, Old Cementworks Walkway, Warkworth, 10am-noon. Help clear weeds around the 2500 natives planted over the past two years. Contact Tony Dunlop 09 422 3110 for information. February 23,Weiti River Festival, Wade Landing, Silverdale, 10am-2pm. February 23, three-hour excursion aboard the historic scow Jane Gifford to Scotts Landing, and return. Departs Warkworth Wharf at 12.45pm. Bring picnic, drinks and jacket. Reservations essential, phone 09 425 5006, 027 484 9935. February 23, ‘Rodney’s Sacred Spaces’, Red Cross Hall, Silverdale, 2pm. The Theosophical Society hosts guest speaker Vincent Maire. Phone 09 428 3691 for information. February 24, free phonics classes at Whangaparaoa library. Monday afternoon classes for 6 to 8-year-olds who require extra help with reading/writing/spelling. Inquire at theWhangaparaoa library desk for details. February 27, Dame Alison Holst reads Horton Hatches the Egg by Dr Seuss during Storytime, Orewa library, 11am-noon. Visit aucklandlibraries.govt.nz for more. February 27, Rodney Aphasia Group meeting, Rotary House, Silverdale, 1.30pm. Special guest will demonstrate music and breathing techniques for people with aphasia, following a stroke. Contact Lisa on 09 428 0414. February 28,GreyPower quarterly meeting, Friday, St John’s Catholic Church hall, 180 Centreway Rd, Orewa, 1.30pm. The speaker will be from AMI Insurance and will answer questions on how to make sure your home has adequate insurance protection under the new regulations. Afternoon tea provided. Over 50s welcome. February 28, The Last Ocean, Kaiwaka Community Cinema, Kaiwaka Hall, 7pm. March 1,Warkworth RSA fishing tournament, 5am, weigh-in time 3pm. For $30 entry, compete to catch the heaviest snapper ($200 prize), www.rodneytimes.co.nz ➤ENTRIES What’s On is a free community events column for charitable and non-profit community groups. Commercial listings may not be included unless there is a community component, such as some funds going to a local cause. Entries must be brief and include name of event, location, date, time and contact information. Email details to geoff. dobson@fairfax media.co.nz or chris.thompson@ fairfaxmedia.co.nz. Publication is subject to the editor’s discretion and a fortnight’s notice is required. For a public notice contact classifieds, free phone 0800 022 812 or email north.class@ snl.co.nz for details. heaviest kingfish, trevally and gurnard ($100); the mystery weight prize is a $500 World Travellers voucher. Tickets, available from Warkworth RSA, NZ Diving, Hunting & Fishing, MahurangiMarine and Mowers, World Travellers Warkworth and Snells Beach Gull, include barbecue dinner. Contact Jacko 021 423 815 or RSA 09 425 8568. March 1, Waipu Country Market, Presbyterian Church hall, 9am-1pm. Contact 027 458 6144 for bookings. March 1, Eaves Bush Appreciation Group, Kensington Park entrance to the reserve, 9am. Work continues on the wet land area. Some tools supplied but bring your own gloves and spade. Cuppa at 10.30am. Contact Don Turner 09 426 4761 or Laurie Rands 09 426 3122 for information March 1, Learn to be a Citizen Scientist, Leigh Marine Reserve, 1pm–3pm. Survey a square metre of rocky shore and enter your findings into the online database. Bookings to enderby@discover goatisland.co.nz or 09 422 6127. Visit mm2.net.nz for information. March 2, Kiara’s Angel Walk, charity walk around Te Ara Tahuna estuary walkway followed by a Family Funday at Western Reserve, Orewa. Registration opens 8am, walk begins 9am. Visit angelwalk. co.nz to buy tickets. March 2, Lions Roses Festival, Riverside Reserve, Helensville. Markets and entertainment start from about 9.30am. Purchase a ticket for a rose from Pauline on 09 420 6208. March 2, The Smurfs, Kaiwaka Community Cinema, Kaiwaka Hall, 2pm. March 2, 10am-3pm, Children’s Day old time open day, Pioneer Village, 15 Wainui Rd, Silverdale. March 7, Dairy Flat Live Blues Club presents The Undercover Band, Dairy Flat Community Hall, 8pm-11pm. $10 entry. Go to dairyflatlIve.com for information. March 7, Silverdale & District Historical Society trip to Queendom Gardens, artist Jeff Thompson’s workshop and the refurbished Railway Museum in Helensville. Cost $36 includes a light lunch. Ring Ngaire 09 424 8615 to book.
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