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Section 101, Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 123 Casino Ltd, 350 Whitford Rd, Howick, has made application to the District Licencing Committee at Manukau for the issue of an On licence in respect of the prem- ises situated at 1/16 Gooch Pl, Somerville, Howick and known as 123 Karaoke Bar. The gen- eral nature of the business conducted under the licence is Ta vern. The days on which and hours during which alcohol is intended to be sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 9.00am - 3.00am. The applica- tion may be inspected during the ordinary offi ce hours at the offi ce of the District Licensing Com- mittee at Manukau City Council, Ground fl oor, Kotuku House, 4 Osterley Way, Manukau. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the issue of the licence may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the publication of this notice fi le a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licencing Committee at Manukau City Council, Ground fl oor, Kotuku House, 4 Osterley Way, Manukau. No objection to the issue of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter speci- fi ed in section 105(1) of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. No objection of the renewal of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter speci- fi ed in section 131 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. This is the second publication of this notice. CD222122 Public notice of application for on-licence, off-licence, or club licence (or application for variation of conditions of on-licence, off-licence, or club licence) Section 101, Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 Cooke and Henry Co Limited, Shops C6 & C7, 1 Ara Tai, Half Moon Bay has made application to the District Licensing Committee at Auckland Council for the variation of conditions of an On Licence in respect of the premises situated at Shops C6 & C7, 1 Ara Tai, Half Moon Bay known as Grangers Tap House & Kitchen. The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is a Tavern. The days on which and the hours during which alcohol is sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 8.00am to 1.00am the following day. The existing defined licensed area, tenancy C7, is now increased to include the adja- cent tenancy C6, specified in a plan date stamped as received by the District Licensing Com- mittee on 8th October 2014. 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We pay cash for old gold & silver items. High- land Park Jewellers. Shop, 1 Highland Park Shopping Center Ph 537-5656 ONCE again the All Blacks have demonstrated their amaz- ing character with another Houdini escape act in their 29-28 Brisbane rugby triumph over Aus- tralia. However, the game exposed serious weaknesses that will need to be fixed if they are to defend their world crown next year with confidence. Chief among them is their work at the breakdown, where Michael Hooper and the Wallabies’ for- wards reigned supreme in domi- nating possession and territory for so long. That is a weakness the giant England pack will also be eager to exploit during the upcoming northern hemisphere tour after too many All Blacks showed signs of weariness from a long, energy- sapping home season. Furthermore, coach Steve Hansen needs to rethink the wis- dom of having ponderous props carrying the ball up as first receiv- ers from rucks when quicker men like Dane Coles, Kieran Read and Liam Messam offer greater speed of hand and foot in providing a better link between forwards and backs. Once again the remarkable Richie McCaw defied his age by topping the tackle count and inspiring his team to victory despite being 10 points adrift with 10 minutes to go and Patrick Tuip- ulotu in the sin bin. Read already has a huge work- load as the team’s most successful lineout jumper and penetrative forward. And it was his clever offload that once again produced a winger’s try, this time for Cory Jane. Given more chances, Bernard Foley cleverly ignited the Austral- ian backs with beautifully directed passes which would have brought greater reward for danger men Israel Folau and Tevita Kuridrani but for Conrad Smith’s marvellous tackling. With less ball to work with, the gifted Beauden Barrett created few chances for his outsides. He is still not the playmaker Dan Carter and Aaron Cruden are, although how long the brittle Carter lasts on tour remains a moot point. With the New Zealand backs unable to make incisive breaks against a tight defence, the absence of a game-breaker like Ben Smith was glaringly apparent after full- back Israel Dagg failed to make any impact. Coach Hansen’s faith in his reserve bench was rewarded with big efforts from Sam Cane and Charlie Faumuina and Colin Slade’s wide-angled conversion of Malakai Fekitoa’s try. With Sonny Bill Williams return- ing, Fekitoa’s game time could be limited on tour but he can reflect on a remarkable season which gave him his first exposure at Super 12 and international level. Having returned from injury, we wait in hope that Charles Piutau can enjoy as successful a tour as he did last year as he puts heat on Jane for the right wing test spot, provided Ben Smith is returned to fullback. Meanwhile, with brave Tas- man having ended Canterbury’s remarkable six-year reign as pre- mier provincial champions, their final clash against impressive Taranaki at New Plymouth on Sat- urday should be absorbing. Marty Banks’ boot and James Lowe’s electrifying running are the icing on the cake for a Tasman side that has a great team ethic. But there is also much to like about a Taranaki team which has rugged Blade Thompson and pow- erful Fijian centre Seta Tamani- valu playing dynamic rugby. Although next year’s World Cup may be a little early given the glut of midfield talent available, Tamanivalu’s speed and fast hands mark him as a future All Black of tremendous potential. Brave Houdini has flaws Agnew’s Angle AUCKLAND Football’s women’s team have a perfect record at their Highland Park home ground in 2014. In round two of New Zealand Football’s Women’s League on Sunday, Auckland defeated South 3-0 at William Green Domain, to back up their 2-1 victory over Capital in the season opener at the same venue. “Our first half I thought was much better than last week,” says coach Richard Wilson. “We managed to get in behind the opposition back four and we worked on that all week so we’re really happy.” The home side led 1-0 at halftime through a goal to captain Emily Cooper. Football Fern Evie Millyn, a former Howick College pupil, added a second just after the break, and Sam Muirhead came off the bench to score in the 86th minute. Auckland are third on the standings due to an inferior goal difference to fellow unbeaten teams Waikato-Bay of Plenty and leaders Mainland. Wilson is confident his team can keep up the solid start to the competition in their first away match against Waikato- Bay of Plenty in Cambridge this Sunday. “We’ll need to be prepared, but if we carry on the way we’re going, we’ll be able to score goals,” he says. “We can improve defensively, but we’ve only conceded one goal so far, so we’re confident about going down there. “We just have to deal well with the travel.” William Green stomping ground MIDFIELDER: Former Howick College pupil Evie Millyn scored in Auckland’s 3-0 win over South in NZ Football’s Women’s League on Sunday. Photo supplied / JLSPhotographs.com Four losses for Howick HOWICK Softball Club’s Simply Homes premier women’s team’s winning start to the Auckland championship is over. After three straight wins to open the season, Howick suffered its first two losses in a doubleheader against Mt Albert Ramblers, 0-5, and Western Magpies, 1-6, on Saturday. “Those two teams seemed to play with a bit more experience than us,” says Howick coach Travis Owen. “We want to train like we’re going to play, and I think it was obvious with [Magpies shortstop] Jenn Ferret’s diving catch for the second-to-last out of that game, they showed that they play hard and train hard. For us to compete with top teams like that, we’re working on developing that type of mindset.” Howick’s only run of the day came from a walk to Anita Leeuw, who was then batted in on a hit by Marissa Berkes. New outfield addition Hannah Cook was a positive for the Howick team among their defeats. “Hannah stepped in and had a solid game,” says assistant coach Craig Douglas. “It’s easy to see her competitiveness and will to win, and she enjoys playing the game hard.” Howick’s Just Hardwood Floors premier men’s team once again found the going tough with both weekend fixtures against Auckland United and Otahuhu ending before seven innings on the mercy rule. Stuart Reynolds and Toa Tauranga, who commutes from Hamilton every weekend, led the charge for the Howick men. “Some of our older guys have really not stood up at all,” says coach Hayden Wildbore. “With three Czechs, a Canadian, and our Black Sox pitcher Campbell Gibson flying in this week, some players may find their starting spots coming into question.” This weekend, both Howick teams are playing in the Bears Classic tournament at Starling Park in Ranui, West Auckland, starting on Friday night.
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