Central Leader : January 14th 2011
7 CENTRAL LEADER, 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 Grand Opening Sale! 20%off everything in Store Ph: 09 845 4838 fax: 09 845 4837 Mob: 021 998 008 www.greenforestfloor.com 2/2 Wagener Place, Mt Albert, Auckland • Laminate floor • Bamboo floor • Engineered floor • Timber floor WOF MECHANICAL REPAIRS CAMBELTS ENGINE & TRANSMISSION CLUTCH REPLACEMENT SHOCKS & SUSPENSION ELECTRICAL TYRES & WHEELALIGNMENT RUST, PANEL AND PAINT HYGRADE MOTORS Birthday Bash Spend $30 or More on your car and Zoom away with a chance to Win $500 Cash Prize* HYGRADE MOTORS 32A STODDARD ROAD, MT ROSKILL PHONE: 09 6292547 WEBSITE: www.hygrademotors.co.nz email:email@example.com *Every time you spend $30 or more between 12th Nov-29th Jan puts you into The draw to win $500 cash on 30th Jan Birthday party. HYGRA WIN $500 *conditions apply Unfazed by channel swim Huge swim: Auckland Grammar School student Mac Keane is part of a squad that will swim across the English Channel in July. Photo: JASON OXENHAM Auckland Grammar School student Mac Keane could face temperatures of just 15 degrees Celsius during a 34km swim across the English Channel. The 14-year-old is one of the youngest members of the squad that will tackle the crossing at the same time as London- based Wellington College in July. But Keane isn't guaranteed a spot, with 15 students vying for six places in the final team. The crossing is described by organisers as a simultaneous swim rather than an official race, with the six swimmers rotating at hourly intervals. Keane says he's not fazed by swimming in the ocean. It's relaxing, almost meditative not having to stop at the ends like in a pool.'' There's also strict rules about what swimmers can and can't do in the water. No one's allowed to touch us or the support boat and we can't touch each other when we swap,'' he says. The group have been training since July, which made for some cold mid-winter swims with just goggles, speedos and a swim cap to rely on. You rock up and everybody else is in wet- suits -- you get some weird looks but you do it anyway,'' he says. You do it almost to prove that you can.'' Training for the cross- ing has been varied, with Keane swimming at Kohimarama beach, playing waterpolo for his school and travelling to Lake Rotoiti for a four- day swimming camp. It's a little bit colder but a lot more pleasant than swimming in the sea.'' Keane's mum Lee Milne says her son is a determined young man and she's proud of him even if he doesn't make the final six. They're looking at doing other swims so the whole team get a go.''
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