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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday February 19 2015
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, February 19, 2015 — 13 Advertising designed by Creativeheads Ltd – firstname.lastname@example.org > Military re-enactments > New Zealand Armed Constabulary/65th Regiment > Scottish Pipers > Celts and Norsemen > Scottish Dancers > Pipe & Brass Bands > Highland Games > Strongman Events > Highland Dances > Fun Rides > Craft Stalls / Food Stalls > Community Stalls > Smokin Bandits > Medieval re-enactment > All Star Cheerleaders > Clan Celtica > Auckland Mini Car Club display Sharonstewart@xtra.co.nz – 021 282 1144 President Craig Knapman Howick Lions Club President Sharon Stewart Militar y Tattoo QSM Pakuranga Howick in the Park 2015 - 269 x 200.indd 1 12/01/15 6:40 PM 127954 Volunteer in our charity shops, have fun whilst supporting the work of Hospice. Join a friendly team at the heart of your local community in one of our Totara Hospice shops. Our dedicated and caring volunteers need more help! Turn kindly donated goods into much needed support for our patients and their families. Full training is provided, a great chance to meet new friends - and there are many ways you can help. Please contact Wendy Stanmore now if you can help on: (09) 2983108 or email@example.com Totara Hospice, 140 Charles Prevost Drive, Manurewa Volunteer in our charity shops, have fun whilst supporting the work of Hospice. Totara Hospice 140 Charles Prevost Dr, Manurewa antarctica Frozen continent call Contribute to the most unique region on earth traFFic Drive safely during cup INNOVATIVE proposals are sought from the art and media communities to contribute to the Antarctica community engagement programme during the 2015/2016 summer season. For more than 58 years Antarctica New Zealand has supported scientific research and collaborative media and artist programmes on the frozen continent and in the Southern Ocean. The Community Engagement Programme (formerly the Media Programme and Artists and Writers Programme) helps to increase the public’s awareness of Antarctica science and Antarctica New Zealand’s operations on the frozen continent. Jeanine Begg, Antarctica New Zealand’s general manager of marketing and communications says it’s a rare privilege to be invited to one of the most unique regions on earth and to have the opportunity to be immersed in its story, science, history and grandeur. “ The opportunity comes with a serious objective, to engage with the science and translate its immense importance to New Zealanders,” she says. “We are interested in fresh new ideas that demonstrate the applicant’s ability to engage with a variety of people. “Of real value to the selection panel is the proposal’s outreach capability.” POLICE are calling on the New Zealand public to do their bit in creating a safe and fun Cricket World Cup. Superintendent Sandra Manderson, national commander of the police’s Cricket World Cup operation, says: “The ICC Cricket World Cup is a wonderful opportunity to showcase New Zealand to the world. New Zealand police have been working very closely with a number of partner agencies, including our colleagues in Australia, to create a safe and secure environment throughout the tournament. “But we need the New Zealand public to play their part by providing a warm and friendly welcome to our international guests. “A great example is the way we drive around New Zealand. There will be thousands of extra international visitors navigating our unique roads. “ This could lead to increased travel times.” Ms Manderson says police will have an increased presence on the roads, but there are also things the public can do to help. “Leave early, be patient and show courtesy to our international visitors so everyone can get safely from A to B to enjoy the cricket.” more inFo To apply or for more ➤➤ details about the Community Engagement Programme, go to www.antarcticanz.govt.nz. Applications close at 5pm on March 6, 2015.
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