Kapiti Observer : January 5th 2012
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Call Kathy 021 178 3419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org KAPITI Squash Club Special General Meeting. 7.30pm Mon 16th Jan 2012, 28 Anthony Gr, Pram Phone 298 5019 COASTAL MEDICAL ROOMS 240 Mazengarb Road, Paraparaumu DR PAUL DAVIS DR RACHEL WATTERS DR PETER SHERRINGTON DR JAN LAVERY DR MEABURN STANILAND DR MALCOLM DYER Pharmacy, Kapiti Travel Health Service 902 9200 (24 Hours) FOR POLICE, FIRE & AMBULANCE DIAL 111 ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY LINES DOWN AND OTHER FAULTS Electra - 0800 Lost Power 0800 567 876 GAS EMERGENCY CONTACT - RAUMATI TO OHAU Ph: Vector (Natural Gas Corp) 0800 802 332 WAIKANAE HEALTH CENTRE Marae Lane • Phone 293 6005 Dr Clive Cameron Dr Dermot O'Connor Dr Andrew Edwards Dr Diane Carter Dr John Clarke Dr Herman van Kradenburg Dr Angelo Cacciato Dr Rex Faulknor Dr Ran Ben-Dom Surgery Open: Mon-Thurs 8am-7pm; Fri 8am-5.30pm Saturday 9am-12noon & 4pm-6pm 24HR EMERGENCIES & A/Hrs PH 293 6002 ACCIDENT AND MEDICAL General Practice: GPs: Brent Krivan, Christine Coulter, Tahra Reynolds, Kat Welsh, Dick Claridge, Kelvin Ward, Bente Ongkiehong and Roland Lotsu Pilates: Wendy Krivan Physiotherapy: Nathan Scott X-Ray, Pharmacy, Acupuncturist, Independent Nurse TEAM MEDICAL AT COASTLANDS 8am to 10pm 7 days PHONE: 297 3000 COASTGUARD KAPITI COAST Emergencies Call Police 111 Emergency Services The Kapiti Coast District Council Civil Defence Emergency Management Office supports this initiative 22 Margaret Road, Raumati Beach Ph. 04 297 9999 (24 hours) Dr Kevin Baker - GP Acupuncturist Dr Tralee Sugrue - GP Homeopath Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.00pm Natural Healing Raumati Launch of music from the heart Year'swork: Kapiti musician Bradley Garner. Young Kapiti musi- cian Bradley Garner is launching an EP based around the idea of love and the ups and downs that come with it . The Heart is a five-track CD writ- ten, recorded and edited by Garner, 18.After small beginnings in his primary school s band, Garner moved on to multiple rock bands before em- barking on his solo project. The Heart has been in the making for a year with Gar- ner spending countless nights working on the album in the back room of Lindale art gallery Artelier. The official EP launch at Lindale Cafe on Saturday, February 4 from 7pm till 9.30pm will feature perform- ances from Amy Sturman, Micheale Duguid and Gar- ner. There is a $5 entry on the door, and there will also be a candy raffle, sausage sizzle and merchandise table including The Heart. CD pre- orders are available now from BradleyGarner.com Girls a 'fource' to be reckoned with By BERNIE GRIFFIN Fource-full: Despite their busy schedule, The Fource quartet still finds time for rehearsals. From left, Theodora Esera, Olivia Samuel, Georgina Peniamina and Knoxana Leasi. Porirua s international singing sensation The Fource is among the cast of thousands lining up for the Waitangi Day Festival of the Elements at Te Rauparaha Park. The four Aotea College students who make up the bar- bershop quartet are in full swing as they prepare for the February 6 event, billed as the country s biggest programme of entertain- ment outside of the official Waitangi Day celebration itself. Porirua will be buzzing on the day with an amazing lineup of stars, said event organiser Margaret Armour. The Fource epitomises what Porirua is itself -- youthful in outlook, talented, energetic and successful. It is 20 years since the first festival and this one will be the biggest ever, Armour said. We ve built and built on the festival each year till we ve got to the stage where we have the biggest pool of talent in the whole country -- and that s not just the entertainment. Stalls and crafts are also a huge part, including the colour- ful display of cultures. And on top of this there s the amazing cast of helpers as well. Support for the festival goes right through the whole community. Porirua Community Arts Council is promoting the festival and one of the aims is the devel- opment of local talent. Other acts include Kapiti poet-musi- cian Apirana Taylor demonstra- ting and playing traditional Maori instruments, poet Glenn Colquhoun and singer Maria Kapa. Among the bands are Tribal Rising, Kapiti s Rosy Tin Teacaddy and the Rodger Fox Wellington Jazz Orchestra. In October The Fource won this year s Rising Star contest in Houston, Texas, the world s premier event for female barber- shop quartets under 25. Good old rock 'n' roll Orbison tribute: Tony Wellington becomes Roy Orbison for the Foxton Tributes Concert. By TANYA WOOD Put on your blue suede shoes and get ready to rave for a con- cert featuring Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison and Tom Jones tributes at Foxton Airpark this month. Stars In Their Eyes finalist Tony Wellington becomes the legendary Roy Orbison and Mark Southon, a hit at the Ray White Foxton Ball earlier this year, could have ladies throwing their underwear on stage with his hip-swivelling Tom Jones impersonation. Blackeyedsuzie will get the crowds warmed up with cover versions of popular songs, with a quick change for Roy Orbison as he becomes rock n roller Buddy Holly for the final tribute act of the evening. Foxton Tourist & Develop- ment Association president Paul Andrews said the second Anni- versary Weekend outdoor concert was shaping up to be fabulous. We re all getting quite excited about this year s acts, and the owners of the grounds are giving it a spruce-up, so it should be a fantastic evening all round, he said. Even the weather is supposed to be better this summer, so we re keeping fingers crossed the weekend will be good. This year s event is expected to attract 1000 concert-goers. January 22, 4pm, Foxton Airpark. Adults $15, children under 15 $5, family ticket (2 adults/4 children) $40. Tickets from Simply Balmy Cafe, Lunchfox and the Dutch Windmill. Limited gate sales. If it rains, the concert will be postponed to February 5.
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