Western Leader : January 14th 2011
4 WESTERN 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 322287AA Lynette Adams Chief Executive ADVERTISING FEATURE New Year, New Staﬀ, New Ways of Getng our Community Actve! Happy New Year Waitakere! I hope the year has begun with plenty of fun and physical actvity! Once again Sport Waitakere has grown! Id like to introduce you to our new staﬀ and let you know how well be contnuing to lead, enable and strengthen sport and recreaton in Waitakere. Janelle Nee has recently been appointed to the role of Community Coaching Advisor for Sport Waitakere and the Greater Auckland Coaching Unit (GACU). Her passion is coach development in all areas, across all codes and at all levels. Her primary focus will be the development and growth of community coaching. This will involve helping clubs to increase the quality of coaches delivering at all levels of the player pathway, developing and enhancing community coaching infrastructures and systems to beter record coaching development. She will also play a key role in planning, developing, evaluaton and quality control of coaching programmes across the Greater Auckland region. Emma Haigh is the new Actve Communites Advisor. This role is all about supportng the community to get involved in physical actvity. Emma will work with a number of organisatons to target those people who are not already involved in physical actvity, at the same tme looking for community leaders to champion physical actvity in their communites. Areas she will focus on include workplace wellness, recreatonal walking, the Move 4 Health programme and Community Leaders programme. Linden Morris has joined the He Oranga Poutama team this team works across Auckland to get more Maori actve within Maori setngs. They work in fve setngs: Kohanga Reo (Early Childhood Educaton), Kura (primary and intermediate schools), Wharekura (secondary schools), Marae and Māori Sports Organisatons . Alex Calwell, our new Operatons Manager, will drive the development of our business services so call him if you would like to sponsor us!! For more informaton on our staﬀ and how we can assist you, please visit our website: www.sportwaitakere.co.nz or call 09 966 3120. RSA lures young visitors New vision: Glen Eden RSA member Joe Lose and manager James Pattullo say they are looking to attract a younger crowd with performers such as Che Fu. Photo: STEPHEN FORBES Top performer: Che Fu. By STEPHEN FORBES The Glen Eden RSA is looking to turn its image around in 2011 with a series of shows by high- profile performers. The club has booked Che Fu to play on January 28. Glen Eden RSA committee member Joe Lose is keen to attract younger visitors to the club. Numbers have been dwindling so we're looking at ways to promote the club,'' he says. Glen Eden RSA manager James Pattullo says older bands aren't pulling the crowds. Award-winning comedian Mike King performed at the club last week and attracted 150 customers. Mr Lose says getting Che Fu to perform at the RSA was a bit of a coup, but he had the contacts. My brother is Che's manager,'' he says. Che Fu was originally a mem- ber of chart topping band Supergroove. After leaving to pursue a solo career his debut single Chains topped the charts and he went on to win best male vocalist and best single at the 1997 New Zealand Music Awards. He has since released three solo albums and was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2009 for services to music. Tickets for the Che Fu concert are available on the door. The show starts at 8.30pm.
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