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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, January 29, 2014 --- 13 THU-SUN 12:40, 3:20, 6:00, 8:50PM MON-WED 10:00, 12:40, 3:20, 6:00, 8:50PM THU-SUN 10:00AM THU-FRI 6:00, 8:50PM SAT-SUN 12:40, 3:20, 6:00, 8:50PM MON-WED 6:00, 8:50PM SAT-SUN 1:30PM SAT-SUN 4:00PM SAT-SUN 1:40PM THU-FRI 6:10, 9:15PM SAT-SUN 3:50, 6:10, 9:15PM MON-WED 6:10, 9:15PM THU-WED 6:20PM THU-WED 8:30PM WED 11:00AM SAT-SUN 10:10AM, TUE 10:10AM SAT-SUN 10:00AM TUE 10:00AM .NZ VIOLENCE OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. VIOLENCE AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE.. M VIOLENCE AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. M OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND SEXUAL REFERENCES. VIOLENCE AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. - R16 HORROR, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, VIOLENCE & DRUG USE. OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND SEXUAL REFERENCES. VIOLENCE. VIOLENCE M VIOLENCE - DRUG USE,SEX SCENES AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. 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Only available on new Nissan vehicles purchased between 1st - 31st January 2014. Additional fees and on-road charges apply. Not available in conjunction with any other offer and only available while stocks last. Excludes operating lease and some fleet purchasers. www.manukaunissan.co.nz Part of Australasia's Largest Automotive Group 124389-V4 MICRA ST-L AUTO +ORC FROM$18,990 PATHFINDER 7 SEAT SUV +ORC FROM$54,990 JUKE Ti +ORC FROM$29,990 XTRAIL RUNOUT 2WD AUTOMATIC +ORC FROM$31,990 NAVARA ST-X-4WD +GST +ORC FROM$39,990 DRIVE TO CAVENDISH DRIVE FOR AUCKLAND'S BEST DEAL ON A NISSAN MANUKAU NISSAN AUCKLAND'S NEWEST NISSAN DEALERSHIP IS NOW OPEN! Piano concert Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga Tomorrow, at 8pm ACCLAIMED Kiwi pianist Chris Abrahams performs a solo concert at Pakuranga's Te Tuhi public art gallery tomorrow evening. Based in Sydney, Australia, he's renowned for being a member of the popular jazz band The Necks, and for his numerous solo albums. Abrahams has served as a session player on music albums for artists including Australian groups Midnight Oil, Silverchair, The Church and others. Tickets cost $10. They're available at the door. Magic show Uxbridge Arts Centre, 35 Uxbridge Road, Howick Saturday, at midday and 2pm STAGE entertainer Dave Upfold and his talented relatives are set to light up the public arts centre in Howick's Uxbridge Road by performing their third annual Upfold Family Magic Show this Saturday. The two one-hour shows are designed to keep people of all ages entertained and will feature popular magic tricks using a blammo box, linking rings and topsy-turvy bottles. The Upfolds will also present three illusions never seen before. Entry to the magic shows is by banknote donation. Michael Buble Vector Arena, Mahuhu Crescent, Central Auckland May 21-22, at 7.30pm CANADIAN superstar Michael Buble is coming to New Zealand to perform the songs that have helped make him famous around the world. He's had three number one albums in New Zealand and sold more than two million albums in Australasia. Among the crooner's smash hit singles are the songs Sway, Home, Everything, Close Your Eyes and It's a Beautiful Day. Tickets cost $99.90-$159.90. To book, phone 0800-111- 999, or visit www.ticketmaster. co.nz. Waitangi Day Barry Curtis Park, 169 Ormiston Road, Flat Bush February 6, from 10am-5pm THIS year's Waitangi Day celebrations include performances from top Kiwi musicians Aaradhna, David Dallas, Ria Hall and Seth Haapu at Barry Curtis Park in Flat Bush. Starring also is band Sons of Zion, featuring Pakuranga resident and former Edgewater College pupil Joel Latimer on keyboard. Festivities in the park are aimed at all ages and include ceremony, education and culture, and are organised by the Auckland Council. Entry is free. Stage auditions Harlequin Musical Theatre, 563 Pakuranga Road, Howick February 3, at 4.30pm HARLEQUIN Musical Theatre president Susanne Dell is looking for talented children aged eight-12 to help ll the cast of the stage production Beauty and the Beast Jr. The musical plays at the theatre in Howick from April19toMay3andis choreographed by Sarah Krissansen. Ms Dell wants to hear from outgoing boys and girls who enjoy singing and dancing, while stage experience is not required. To register for an information pack, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before this Sunday, or just turn up on audition day, next Monday. That's Entertainment with Chris Harrowell Michael Buble Photo supplied Community to go on display THE man behind this year's Botany Community Day wants to hear from organisations and groups keen to take part. It's held on March 8 at Botany Town Centre and run by Botany community police constable and Howick Local Board member Garry Boles. "We want expressions of interest from not- for-pro t community groups and organisations wanting to participate," says Mr Boles. "We've had more than 60 exhibitors on the day in previous years. "It's a chance for smaller organisations that don't get much of a chance to publicise themselves." Among the groups taking part in the day each year are the police, re service and St John Ambulance. It also features a variety of live entertainment, organised by Uxbridge, Howick's creative centre. "The day is all about giving di erent organisations the opportunity to spread the word about what they do for the community," says Mr Boles. "We'll help new groups that haven't run a stall before by showing them how to interact with people and create a point of di erence." Groups interested in taking part in the Botany Community Day, from 10am-3pm on March 8 at Botany Town Centre, can phone Mr Boles on 213-8945, or visit www. botanycommunityday. co.nz. It costs $30 per booth.
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