Waiheke Marketplace : May 9th 2012
No.1371 ©THE PUZZLE COMPANY ACROSS 1. Power station which opened in 1958 (8) 7. Head (colloq) (5) 8. Something above criticism (6,3) 9. Beer (3) 10. Chat (4) 11. Dog house (6) 13. Dreary (6) 14. Very best (6) 17. Mug of beer (6) 18. Strikebreaker (4) 20. Twosome (3) 22. Town 105km NE of Wellington (9) 23. Lets up (5) 24. Trespasses (8) DOWN 1. Untidy (5) 2. Legal documents (7) 3. Encounter (4) 4. Wealth (6) 5. Lesson learned from a story or experience (5) 6. Government payment (7) 7. Bush or farming clothing (colloq) (7) 12. Champagne bottles (7) 13. Lagged (7) 15. Thrilled (7) (6,5) 19. Unexpected extra (5) 21. Around 1.3m of these are farmed in NZ (4) SOLUTION 1370. Across: 1. Grafter, 4. Patea, 7. Ogre, 8. Universe, 10. Silver fern, 12. Loudly, 13. Lychee, 15. Fox Glacier, 18. Deceived, 19. Clef, 20. Nosey, 21. Dwindle. Down: 1. Gloss, 2. April Sun, 3. Ran off, 4. Poverty Bay, 5. Tire, 6. Awesome, 9. Feel no pity, 11. Thrilled, 12. Lumsden, 14. Agreed, 16. 2886901DT Waiheke Shades & COVERS LTD ...ROLL OUT AWNINGS ...Shade Sails ...Roller Screens ...Outdoor Blinds ...Boat Canopies & Covers ...SAIL REPAIRS ...Horse Covers ...Truck Covers & Curtains Phone to make an appointment 372 7700 or Tom 021 145 1008 / 027 635 1146 or Email email@example.com 13 Tahi Road, Ostend (Behind Te Matuku Oysters) All made here to order on Waiheke - no middle man! Public Notices DECLARATION OF RESULT OF BY-ELECTION for the Waiheke Local Board I declare the results of the by-election held on 4 May 2012 for one member of the Waiheke Local Board for the Auckland Council to be as follows: Votes received BENSON-COOPER, Mary-Anne 198 DAVIES, Allen (Independent) 121 HOOPER, Graham (Independent) 137 MANCER, Tracey (Independent) 217 MCCANN, Susan 507 ROMANIUK, Herb (Independent) 457 WALDEN, Paul 1154 1 Informal vote, 7 Blank votes I therefore declare Paul Walden to be elected. Dated at Auckland, 7 May 2012 Bruce Thomas, Electoral Officer Auckland Council 4581490AA The Board of Trustees at Waiheke Primary invites applications from parents/caregivers of children living out of the school zone, who wish to enrol their child in Year s 1 and 3 in 2012. Enrolment at WPS is governed by an enrolment scheme. Details of the enrolment scheme (including a pr ecise description of the home zone) and application forms are available from the school office. The deadline for the receipt of applications for these out of zone places is 2.30pm Friday, 29th June, 2012. There will be ten places available for New Entrant/Year One students and six places available for Year Three students. If the number of applications exceeds the number of places available, students will be selected by ballot. If a ballot is required it will be held on Monday 2nd July 2012. Parents will be notified of the outcome of the ballot within three working days. 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Tai chi class dines out for birthday Free trial, left: Residents interested in trying tai chi have taken up the offer of free classes at the Ostend hall. Five years, below: Past and present members of Helga Meyer's tai chi classes enjoy a celebratory meal at Nice Touch Cafe. A five-year anniversary dinner for tai chi classes was held at the Nice Touch Cafe at Waiheke Golf Club. Organiser and tai chi instructor Helga Meyer says the evening was a great success with attentive staff and delicious food. The occasion not only celebrated the five-year anniversary but also served as a reunion for past and present members. Ms Meyer has been offering free classes to celebrate the milestone which have proved popu- lar she says. More than 50 new people have taken part in the free classes so far. These included visitors to Waiheke. We had two tall, young guys with dreadlocks who were visiting from Reno, Nevada, she says. They were totally inspired and want to look for a tai chi group at home. The free classes fin- ished on Tuesday. For more information about tai chi call Ms Meyer on 372 2210. www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 27 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MAY 9, 2012 NEWS Chance to help hospice It s Hospice Awareness Week from May 14 to 20 and volunteer collectors will be out in Oneroa. Waiheke Homecare Hospice provides volun- teer support which can be anything from taking patients to appoint- ments, bodywork, life reviews, providing meals and relieving caregivers. It provides funding for the under-65s who have a terminal diagnosis to receive home support. The hospice also provides funding to enable the district nurses to attend after- hours if needed, and for in-home nursing if required. It gives taxi chits to patients to get them to hospital appointments and places equipment into homes at no charge to the families. A day-stay programme at Waiheke Homecare Hospice s Estuary Cot- tage on Wharf Rd is pro- vided by the service, as is bereavement support. For further information phone manager Mags Macleod on 372 7131. Island Mardi Gras shapes up Popular: The Gay Abandon Variety Show held at Omiha Hall, Rocky Bay, in February will be repeated. Waiheke Island could be the new Rio de Janeiro if plans for a Mardi Gras come to fruition. A new charitable trust has been formed to raise funds for an island-wide Mardi Gras celebration in February 2014. The Waiheke Island Rainbow Coalition Trust has come about as a result of the success generated by the Gay Abandon Variety Show held at the Rocky Bay hall in February. Organisers say they had strong support from not only the rainbow community but also the general population and believe a Mardi Gras celebration would put Waiheke on the map. The organisers have many fundraising projects in the pipeline. The first will be the premiere of the film Gay Abandon Variety Show 2012 o nM a y2 8a t 7.30pm at the com- munity cinema. This will be an invitation-only function with all variety show performers invited to don festive dress. A limited number of DVDs featuring the show are for sale for $20 each. From June the trust will present regular gay cinema evenings on the last Monday of each month. Bookings will be essential. The next Gay Abandon Variety Show will take place in September. Performers interested in securing a spot should contact the organisers now. Contact Eliot on 372 9849 or Pauline on 372 9337 for more information. Dream lunch date for mums Plunket s annual auction for Mother s Day kicks off on Trade Me this weekend. There are some fantas- tic items up for grabs including lunch with heartthrob Robbie Magasiva and High Tea with comedy diva Michele A Court. A lot of mums tell us that one of the main items on their Mother s Day wish list is sleep, although I imagine a date with Robbie Magasiva would feature pretty high on that list too, Plunket president Tristine Clark says. Mother s Day is an important day for Plunket. It s a great oppor- tunity to celebrate the incredible women in our lives and let them know how much they mean to us. It s about celebrating all the women in New Zealand who are mums, grandmothers, mums-to- be, or have acted as a mother figure in some- one s life. They play an incred- ibly important role in nurturing generations of New Zealanders, she says. The auction runs on Trade Me until May 12.
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