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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Thursday February 27
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, February 27, 2014 — 7 125091 Unichem Marina Pharmacy Care Chemist Half Moon Bay Pharmacy has joined the Unichem group, a trusted name at the heart of wellness in New Zealand communities. Our branded name is now Unichem Marina Pharmacy. The same Pharmacy team is still in place with a fresh new look and a philosophy aimed at patient centered care and advice. We will continue to deliver the same great local expertise, knowledge and service. Unichem Marina now also offers Fly Buys points with any purchase. We look forward to our ongoing relationship and we encourage you to pop in give us your feedback on our new look. The team at Unichem Marina Pharmacy. firstname.lastname@example.org FREE* Computer Tr aining 125978 Garden Garden Garden Garden WWW.GARDEN-NZ.CO.NZ COMPETITIONS Win ... Artists at Work Union Jax How to Grow Microgreens BIG VOICES: Starring in Operatunity’s daytime concert in Howick on March 11 are, from left, Ludwig Treviranus, Derek Hill, Susan Boland, Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua and Kalauni Pouvalu. Photo supplied Blending harmonies POPULAR performance group Operatunity delivers its next public music concert in How- ick, entitled Three Tenors and a So- prano, at the Picton Centre at 11am on March 11. The showcase features New Zealand’s “Three Tenors” sing- ing favourite musical arias and songs made famous by entertainers including North American Mario Lanza, Italian Luciano Pavarotti and Austrian Richard Tauber. Among the works to be performed are compositions by Giuseppe Verdi, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Giacomo Puccini and others. Taking part in the concert are soprano singer Susan Boland, ten- ors Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua, Derek Hill and Kalauni Pouvalu, and pianist Ludwig Treviranus. Of the five performers, three are of Polynesian descent. Dr Treviranus, who is part-Sa- moan, recently returned to New Zealand after completing doctorate studies in the United States. Allan-Moetaua has Cook Island heritage and Pouvalu is of Tongan descent. They join a long list of accom- plished Polynesian and Maori opera singers to entertain audiences here and overseas, including Jonathan Lemalu, Ben Makisi, Aivale Cole, Inia Te Wiata and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. Music performance group Oper- atunity delivers its concert Three Tenors and a Soprano at 11am on Tuesday, March 11, at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, Howick. Tickets cost $32 and include lunch with the singers after the show. To book, phone 0508-266-237, or send an email to the address email@example.com. Win tickets The Times has two Operatunity prize packs to give away. Each contains a double pass to the group’s Three Tenors and a Soprano concert in Howick on March 11, as well as an Operatunity book and music CDs. To enter, write your name and full daytime contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to: Three Tenors Competition, Times Newspapers, PO Box 259 243, Bot- any, Auckland 2163; or enter online at www.times.co.nz. Entries close at midday on March 5.
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