Waiheke Marketplace : January 19th 2011
39 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS Ph 372 8299 10 Tahi Rd, Ostend, Waiheke Island or 372 9547 Fax 372 8279 www.timbermart.co.nz Hours: 7.30am - 5pm | Sat 8am - 12noon Phone for a FREE quote & advice or email www.timbermart.co.nz Matiatia to Onetangi Ute delivery - $25 ex GST THIS WEEKS SPECIALS ASSORTED FENCING TIMBER 25% OFF All pAIlINGS • 28% OFF All pOSTS 30% OFF All RAIlS MACHINE GAUGED TIMBER 100X50 H1.2-$3.20 •100X50 H3.1-$3.90 150X50 H1.2-$5.50 • 150X50 H3.1-$6.41 200X50 H1.2-$7.12 • 200X50 H3.1-$8.57 All pRICES ARE pER METRE AllpRICESplUSGST www.minedu.govt.nz Applications have opened for the 2012 round of the Ministry of Education's Aspire Scholarship, with at least 50 year 9 Aspire Scholarships available for 2012. The Aspire Scholarship is for students from low income families who would like to attend a New Zealand private secondary school. The scholarship contributes up to $15,000 a year for private secondary school tuition fees and up to $1,500 a year for course related costs, while the student is at that school. The scholarship does not cover boarding fees and cannot be used at state or state-integrated schools. Students are eligible for an Aspire Scholarship if: they will be in year 9 in 2012 • their primary caregiver(s)' joint annual gross income of is $56,000 or less • (not including Working For Families tax credits income) the joint net worth of their primary caregiver(s) is $200,000 or less • (not including household items) they, or their primary caregiver(s), are not beneficiaries of any trusts • (exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis) they are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand. • Applications must be received at the Ministry of Education National Office in Wellington by 5pm on 9 May 2011 All eligible applications will go in a ballot and the available scholarships will be drawn at random. For an application pack: visit www.minedu.govt.nz/aspire • email firstname.lastname@example.org • phone 04 463 8262 or your local/regional Ministry of Education office. • Scholarships for students to attend private secondary schools Te Tahuhu o te Matauranga MINISTRY OF EDUCATION It's story time for children Nature lover: Storyteller Tanya Batt is spending time under, rather than up, the story tree this week. Professional storyteller Tanya Batt can be found sitting under a pohutu- kawa in Whakanewha Regional Park this week reading stories to little ones. The Under the Story Tree experience con- tinues tonight, Wednes- day, with parents and children invited to join Ms Batt and special guest Michael O Donnell of Tarariki Pottery, from 6pm. Families should bring a picnic along. Cost is $5 per child or $20 per fam- ily.Thursday s entertain- ment is for children aged three to five and their caregivers and will edu- cate them about the birds of the bush. The cost is $5 per child. There will be two sessions -- 10am to 10.45am and 11.15am to noon. Friday s event called From Sea to Shore is aimed at the five-year plus age group. It costs $10 per child and runs from 10am to noon. To book call 021- 296-3149.
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