Waiheke Marketplace : April 20th 2011
9 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, APRIL 20, 2011 NEWS A great offer on iPhone 4 $0 upfront iPhone 4 16GB on a 24 month Smart4 for iPhone plan FaceTime requires iPhone 4 and Wi-Fi connection for both caller and recipient. TM and © 2010 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Vodafone On Account terms and conditions apply. See vodafone.co.nz for details. 3G coverage required for 3G services. iPhone 4 requires a microSIM. Offer ends 30 April 2011 or while promotional stocks last. www.digitalmobile.co.nz Shop online at www.digitalmobile.co.nz or visit your local Digital Mobile store. NewMarket - 277 Shopping Centre, Tel: 0800 43 444 825 CMC5196 Bach Flowers - for life Di Stodart -- Bach Registered Practitioner & Trainer For consultations phone 372 6311 or www.bach-fower.com A helping hand for trauma... ...I hear stories from people who are themselves (or know someone) who is affected emotionally by the Christchurch earthquake, or the Pike River mine disaster and now of course the events in Japan. The Flowers can help with the anxiety, fear, insecurity, worry, concern, anguish, despair, grief or guilt that do arise in these situations. Daily tasks and sleep can become diffcult and can also lead to depression, panic, insomnia etc. There are particular Bach Flowers which will heal the heart and soothe the soul. Take them and you will soon feel stronger within yourself, balanced and better able to cope with the situation. See if any of these Bach Flowers ring true for you: Star of Bethlehem -- for the shock, trauma and grief. Aspen -- fear of the unknown. Will they be alright? When will the next shake come? How big will it be? Not knowing the answer to something? Anxiousness and apprehension. Sweet Chestnut -- the level of worry that is despairing, can hardly endure anymore. Red Chestnut -- the absolute worry and concern for the safety of your loved ones. White Chestnut -- the mind that will not shut off, round and round with unwanted thoughts. Pine -- feeling guilty that you cannot be there, that you may have been able to help more, that you were lucky and others not so. Elm -- overwhelmed with all that is going on. Honeysuckle -- recurring dreams, nightmares, smells, sights and missing family and friends. These Flowers would be useful for people experiencing any trauma but other BFRs may also refect your feelings. Go to my self-diagnosis web page to order your BFR mix and take them until a feeling of balance, peace and calmness are restored. Feminine fashion show Stonyridge Vineyard is putting on the glitz with a fashion show this Saturday. The Celine Rita Fashion and Beauty show -- an exclusive launch of the winter 2011 range -- will be at the winery on Onetangi Straight from 4pm until nightfall. Ce ´ line Rita says she is unapologetic about letting girls dress like girls . The designer aims to capture a fresh, pretty aesthetic while still remain edgy. The clothes are de- signed for the girl next door,whohasabitofa quirk. Expect to see a cat- walk of clothes that are a little bit prim and a little bit cheeky, a little kooky and a little sen- sible. She s not about being too serious and is still hooked on the whimsy and excite- ment of life, her pub- licity says. Vandalism of signs costing ratepayers By JEROME GAVELLE Sign of the times: Replacing tagged and stolen signs on Waiheke cost ratepayers $35,000 last year. A road sign that was the target of vandals is just one of a raft of damaged or stolen signs on Wai- heke that have cost the taxpayer $35,000 in the last year. Auckland Council cleaned up the sign on Donald Bruce Rd round- about this week. A spokesperson says: The public is reminded that people caught vandalising Auckland Transport or Auckland Council property can be prosecuted. People caught in the act of vandalism can be charged with wilful dam- age that could lead to a maximum six-month imprisonment sentence. Local board transport spokeswoman Jo Holmes says any road signs or roading issues should be reported to the council call centre on 301-0101. Jazz and more for Easter weekend Easter weekend has all sorts of musical treats in store in addition to the Waiheke Island Inter- national Jazz Festival. Keeping to the international jazz theme, Turkish restaurant Delight on Waikare Rd, Oneroa, is offering an evening of live Turkish Jazz on April 23. Guests are invited to meet over a mezze and enjoy the sounds. On Sunday, music lovers after a lazy afternoon experience can visit Stonyridge Vineyard on Onetangi Straight. Chanelle Davis and Daniel Munro who performed earlier in the year will make a return trip to the island and play from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. There will be no cover charge. Back in Oneroa, Ricky s Sunday Sessions will feature Waiheke High School students Hanna and Lucy as Duo, Asih and harmonica player Craig Bracken. The music starts at 3pm, entry is free. Meanwhile, as part of the jazz festival experience, jazz buskers the moonlighters will be in Oneroa, at Matitia wharf and rov- ing around the island. See our Easter supplement -- the inside pullout section of this newspaper -- for more on the Waiheke Island International Jazz Festival, or turn to P58 for quick events listings. Football Fiesta programme on Soccer training: Football Fiesta offers new skills. A Football Fiesta programme is taking place during the school holidays. The programme offers youngsters the opportunity to learn new soccer skills from experienced coaches from Auck- land and to hone those they already have. The three-day Football Fiesta takes place at the Te Huruhi School playing field on April 27, 28 and 29. All those interested should phone Nick Saunders on 021-877-054.
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