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Te 21 o nga ra o Whiringa-a-nuku 2003


* HALLOWEEN & FAMILY FIREWORKS DISPLAY: Saturday, November 1, Alexandra Park, from 4.30pm; reserve day Sunday, November 2; proceeds to Camp Quality for terminally ill children; featuring Katchafire, talent quest, Carter Chan dancers, marching teams, best Halloween costume competition, spot prizes; fireworks show from 8.45pm; adults $10, children (5-15) $5, family $25, pre-schoolers free; tickets available at the gate or from Ticketek 09 307 5000

* K-1 THE DREAM: 2003 NZ QUALIFIER: Friday, November 7, ASB Stadium; K-1 and K-1 Max on the same night for the first time; featuring NZ's best heavyweight and middleweights in 14 fights; ticketholders go in the draw for all-expenses paid trip to the Tokyo Dome Final; tickets and corporate tables available from Ticketek 09 307 5000

* OMA ORANGA 2003: Saturday, November 8, 9.30am, Okahu Bay Domain; 8km fun run, walk and whanau day promoting the health and wellbeing of children; free entry; contact Te Ha o te Oranga o Ngati Whatua 09 442 5417

* 2003 TAMARIKI SPORTS & CULTURAL DAY: Friday, November 28, 9.30am-2pm; sporting activities hosted by Te Kura Kaupapa Maori a Rohe o Mangere (Manukau Rugby League Fields) for more than 1200 kura kaupapa Maori youngsters from throughout Auckland; contact Te Tohu Taakaro o Aotearoa Charitable Trust 09 278 6591 or 09 278 9752

* 2003 TRILLIAN TRUST MAORI SPORTS AWARDS: Saturday, November 29, 5pm powhiri, Auckland Showgrounds; black-tie ceremony paying tribute to the achievements of top Maori athletes, coaches and administrators; table and ticket sales available from Te Tohu Taakaro o Aotearoa Charitable Trust 09 278 6591 or 09 278 9752

* 50 CENT - NO FEAR NO MERCY TOUR: Tuesday, December 9, Supertop, Ericsson Stadium; featuring G Unit and Obie Trice with local support Scribe, Mareko and DJ CXL; tickets on sale from October 24 at selected Sounds stores, Real Groovy and Ticketek 09 307 5000


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