North Shore Times : January 14th 2011
5 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 14, 2011 NEWS Great reading this weekend. Don't miss this Sunday's Hot TV Personality Shannon Ryan Celebrating the bes t of New Zealand : hot T V personality hot fashion de signer hotroadtrip hot sport sperson hot pe t hot sausage hot blogger hot poli tician hot word hot drink hot cheeseboard hot band hot welcome sign hot beach hot actors hot ice-block hot fruit hot writer hot shearer hot flower ho t music player hot gaming device hot new gadget hotpublicspace hot bar/ music venue hotspotfor adate hot fish hot school fieldtripdestination hot baby name hot saying hot compliment hot salad THE HOT LIST SUNDAY STAR TIMES MAGAZINE JANUARY 16, 2011 SUNDAY MAGAZINE Your glossy Sunday treat. ESCAPE The best of travel, food, wellbeing and entertainment. n Burning love - Shortland Street's Michael Galvin n Top tips for a toned tummy n The hot list - we celebrate the best of New Zealand n Last day out? - LDC Soundsystem's James Murphy ahead of appearing at Big Day Out SUBSCRIBE TO THE SUNDAY STAR-TIMES, Ph: 0800 SUNDAY (0800 786 329) PLUS be in to win a $20,000 trip to the UK with The Kings Speech Logan is King of charity cut Last goodbye: Logan forlornly clutches his last lock but is pleased to have raised $605 for CanTeen. Inset: Logan cultivated the long look for four years. After four years of grow- ing his hair long Logan King decided it was time for a cut. His mum suggested the 16-year-old Rangitoto College student should raise funds for charity. So many staying at the Sandspit Holiday Park in Rodney watched as Logan s long locks under- went a public cutting, raising $605 for Can- Teen. Logan and his friends walked around the camp telling others of their plan and initially raised $120 in bids. During the hair cut he was asked how much for a number 1 and another $100 was raised within minutes. Once the electric clippers were out people started bidding to give him a shear themselves, which added to the total. Logan chose to back CanTeen as his father s niece was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of two and had subsequent treatment and support through CanTeen. She is now 24. CanTeen is the New Zealand organisation supporting young people living with cancer. IN BRIEF Zoo music The Auckland Zoo is kicking off its Wild Bean Cafe Zoo Music Series with Kiwi icon Dave Dobyn performing his classic songs on January 21. The concert starts at 6pm and will include bands The Artisan Guns and Lindon Puffin. Profits from the concert will go towards supporting the breeding and release of the northern tuatara, and overseas programmes for cheetahs. More concerts are coming up in February and March with great New Zealand bands. Visit www.aucklandzoo.co.nz for full details or phone 0800-8425-3835. Youth leaders There is a great opportunity to extend yourself and learn to be a leader with the new Youthline group dynamics training programme starting up in March. The eight-week group programme aims to give members practical training and the chance to experience working in groups. Visit www.youthline.co.nz for more details or phone 361-4170. Music club The Dairy Flat Live Music Club has some great nights planned for the next couple of months. You will be able to dance to The Blue Collar Band on January 21 from 8pm. On January 31, you can bring a picnic to the Auckland Anniversary Day first club jam afternoon. There will be barbecued bacon and eggs for sale. More dancing is scheduled for February 4 at 8pm with the jazz and blues band Indigo Blue. Visit www.dairyflatlive.com for more information on these events.
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