Kapi-Mana News : June 11th 2013
7 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 11, 2013 NEWS Q www.prestonsmasterbutchers.co.nz HARBOURSIDE; 16 PARUMOANA ST, PORIRUA 04 237 7313 SPECIALS END 16/06/2013 MASSIVE PORK SALE $ 4.99kg LEG ROASTS ROASTS BONE IN SHOULDER $ 4.99kg LOIN CHOPS $8.99kg 5424013AA www.national.org.nz Hon Hekia Parata National List MP based in Mana For enquiries and appointments please call. P: 04 237 0746 E: email@example.com Address: PO Box 50-551, Porirua 5240, Level 1, 20 Parumoana St, Porirua 5022 facebook.com/hekia.parata www.hekiaparata.co.nz Aotea students earn peers' vote Lure of the game: Aotea College student Phillip White portrayed a teenager sucked into computer games like Call of Duty in the school's Stage Challenge performance. PHOTOS: PETER McDONALD By ANDREA O'NEIL Anime addiction: Students dressed as Japanese schoolgirls brought video game Final Fantasy to life. In stark contrast to their dark portrayal of computer gaming, Aotea College's Stage Challenge performers were singled out by rival schools for their teamwork, respect and positive attitude during the competition. The school's 79 dancers and 12 crew were awarded the Spirit of Stage Challenge Award on May 31, an honour bestowed by school students on their fellows. Aotea were not fazed by hav- ing to share a marquee with two other schools during the tense leadup to their night-time per- formance, teacher Rosaleen Moxey said. Rather they shared with grace and their award is recognition of that. The school also won the Thomas George Macarthy Trust Award for excellence of stage use during their performance, Teenage Warfare 3. The performance showed the negative side of computer gam- ing addiction among teenagers, and was one of several schools' performances questioning the impact of the online world, Ms Moxey said. Despite missing a top placing in the competition, Aotea gave a great show, learned plenty and displayed great sportsmanship, Ms Moxey said.
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