North Shore Times : January 11th 2011
10 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 11, 2011 NEWS V CAIRNS TAIPANS THURSDAY, JANUARY 13TH, 7.30PM *Excludes courtside seats. NEW8355 ALL TICKETS $10.00* ONE TIME ONLY OFFER BOOK ONLINE NOW TO RESERVE THE BEST SEATS! Movie Pool Movies show daily Movie Pool. Check our website for movie listings and times. Ph 09 427 8800 Open Sunday to Thursday 9am-9pm Friday and Saturday 9am-10pm Check our website for details www.waiwera.co.nz Waiwera Day Spa Massage, Beauty Treatments, Dental, Acupuncture, Private Spas, Gym and Wellness Centre. Summer Holiday Entertainment! Check our website for details of our Summer Holiday Programme WIN AN IPOD NANO Be in to win an Ipod Nano every day over the summer school holiday yinthe ys 3325246AG 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 "SURE"... "NO JOB TOO BIG" A1 SURE SERVICES TREE CARE QUALIFIED ARBORIST'S REMOVALS / PRUNING / SHAPING / CHIPPER Sure Services Limited Locally owned & operated Mobile 021 175 8660 Phone 09 446 1258 firstname.lastname@example.org We all have problems SURE SHIFT - All aspects of Rubbish Removal SURE BLAST - Waterblasting, Housewashing FREE QUOTE / FREE TRAVEL SURE CUT - Lawn Mowing SURE SCAPE - Gardening, Trees, Hedges, Stumps 3253628AG Lucky escape: Dean Woods' boat was a write-off after being run over by a launch but he received only minor injuries. Photo: BEN WATSON Watch for other boaties Boaties are reminded to stick to a safe speed, watch their wake and keep an eye out for other vessels this summer. There's a maritime tradition that boaties help each other when out when something goes wrong on the water but this support needs to carry into all behaviour, Maritime New Zealand's recreational and small craft manager Jim Lott says. This advice comes just months after a North Shore fisherman had a lucky escape after a 10-metre launch rode over his 2.9-metre inflat- able boat. Dean Woods' boat was a write-off but he escaped with just a few scrapes and bruises. Most complaints about boaties behaviour is related to speed and excessive wake. Mr Lott suggests people slow down and enjoy the trip more while saving fuel. High speeds create a wake which rolls other boats around causing discomfort and potential injuries to those onboard. Always look behind to check whether your wake is causing a problem to others -- that's the message from harbourmasters and MNZ this summer.'' There are five situations when you are required to slow your speed to 5 knots (9kmh), or a fast walking pace. These include: Within 200 metres of the shore Within 50 metres of another watercraft Within 50 metres of a swimmer Within 200 metres of a dive flag When any passengers are on the bow. Boaties are also reminded to check weather conditions, wear a lifejacket and carry at least two forms of reliable communications.
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