Central Leader : February 2nd 2011
20 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 NEWS PLEASE CHECK THE EXPIRY DATE ON YOUR NEW ZEALAND FIREARMS LICENCE. If you wish to continue shooting, you must apply to renew your licence before this date, or You may surrender your licence at any time before the expiry date. You need to do one of these things before the expiry date. If you have changed address since your firearms licence was issued, you are required by law to let us know. Complete your details in the space provided and send to your nearest Arms Office (local Police can provide the location). Or, visit our website at www.police.govt.nz and use the link provided to update your address. Firearms Licence Holder NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS (please print) Surname Date of Birth Forename(s) Licence Number New Address Phone Signature Date A FOOTWEAR AT MEZZANINE FLOOR ROYAL OAK MALL 624 3959 SALE BIG Womens Footwear 3137093AR Enjoy the confidence that comes from choosing personalised service. 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Walking tours along some of Auckland's best tracks are happening throughout February, in association with Ark in the Park, the Auckland Council and HealthWest PHO. Coming up tomorrow night is the Cascade Kauri Night Plants Walk. Join botanist Jeff McCauley to find flora people didn't know existed. Also in February is the Exhibition Drive Walks -- a trip renowned for the cave weta tunnels. There are only 20 places on each walk. Email Kay Lindley at email@example.com or call 837-8820. Good food for a good life By MELISSA KINEALY New take on life: Eating well and exercising is all in a day's work for Mahe Ha'unga since he graduated with a certificate in Pacific nutrition. Photo: MELISSA KINEALY Many Pacific people's lives are based around food but one man's on a mission to help them change their eating attitudes. Otara real estate agent and property manager Mahe Ha'unga is newly qualified with a Heart Foundation cer- tificate in Pacific nutrition. He feels like he's come into fresh air'' now he's eating properly and losing weight, he says. The foundation's Pacific Heartbeat team designed the certificate to help change eat- ing habits in Pacific com- munities and fight obesity and heart disease. It addresses the high fat, sugar and salt content in tra- ditional Pacific diets and teaches students techniques to modify their eating habits and control portion sizes. For Pacific people food is a way for us to show appreci- ation but I want our people to look at their food choices,'' Mr Ha'unga says. Everything we do we base around food.'' The father-of-four is one of 63 people who graduated after completing the certifi- cate course in December. He was 165kg when he started the course and has lost 27kg, thanks to his new healthy eating habits and exercise. He's aiming to weigh 110kg by the middle of the year. Driving him to lose the weight is a strong desire to live longer and be around to see his grandchildren grow up.People need to eat well and exercise to keep your body working'' and with his new qualification he now knows the reasons some foods are better than others. He's spreading the word at his Tongan church and food served at its events has changed to include nutritious sandwiches and fruits. He's also continuing with food demonstrations with his church youth group at supermarkets. People at my church look at me and can see the visual results of eating properly. If I can do it, anyone else can do it.''Mr Ha'unga now makes the lunches for his children, keeping the food as attractive as possible. I'm making different food to keep my family healthy -- we've cut back on taro and now I read the labels on food to check what's in it.'' The next certificate in Pacific nutrition course is in July. Contact Barbara Willi- man on 571-4643 or email barbara w@heartfoundation. org.nz for information. Meet the local board The new office of the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board was officially opened yester- day with a dawn blessing ceremony. The office is at 7-13 Pilkington Rd in Pan- mure, next to the Pan- mure library. An open day is at the office on February 8 from 4pm to 6pm and anyone interested is invited to drop in to chat to local board members and staff. The board area covers Onehunga, Penrose and part of Royal Oak to Pan- mure, Mt Wellington and Glen Innes.
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