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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday June 2 2016
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, June 2, 2016 — 13 Art SAle MACLEANS COLLEGE June 11 & 12, 2016. Macleans Rd. 9am-4pm, $5 entry. Free parking. JH11282 All work exhibited for entire weekend and on sale Fundraiser for 1st XI Girls Hockey Squad PREDOMINANTLY ALL NZ ARTISTS OVER 400 WORKS FOR SALE Who has the best photographer? WE DO! Wayne Martin – Best News Photographer, NZCNA Awards PHOTOS FOR SALE Thousands of photos from all our publications are available for purchase via our website. Go to www.times.co.nz/photos and click on your chosen image for ordering details. www.times.co.nz/photos facebook.com/TimesOnlineNZ Tel 271 8000 Revel in the glitz and glamour of The Great Gatsby Era at a concert that will evoke the excess and euphoria of the 20s and 30s. It includes music made famous by iconic performers, such as Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and Fred Astaire, and written by Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and George Gershwin, along with British songwriters, Ivor Novello and Noel Coward. The 1920s were full of music. Broadway was in its prime with more than 50 new musicals opening in just one season. Popular music hit the dance halls, clubs and speakeasies; people danced the Charleston and radio and records were a new way to listen to music. Featuring Susan Boland, Karl Perigo, Tizane McEvoy, John Cameron and pianist Penny Dodd, the music of The Great Gatsby Era is full of fun, love and drama. You’ll almost hear the sound of champagne corks popping and the beaded dresses flapping in the jazz clubs. ➤➤ Concert is at 11am on June 9. Tickets include a light lunch and a chat with the cast. Operatunity artists, Susan Boland, Karl Perigo and Tizane McEvoy. Photo supplied theatre Step back in time Probus club Botany/Dannemora Combined Probus Club. The next meeting is on Thursday, June 2, 10am at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road, Botany Downs. The speaker is Shona Kebble whose subject is “My Kind of Photography.” New members and visitors welcome. Phone Diane 534-4428 or Sue 534-9679. Genealogists The next meeting of the Howick Branch of the NZSG will be held on Saturday, June 11 at Hasler Hall, All Saints Church, cnr Selwyn Rd and The Glebe at 1.30 pm. Dr Marion Heap will be speaking about Genetics for Genealogy. $5. Visitors welcome. Phone 576-4715 or 576-5400. Note change of venue. Craft market June 9 at the Bruce McLaren Retirement Village, 795 Chapel Road, Dannemora. 10am-1pm. There will be a great range of locally-made crafts to buy. Phone reception 535-0220. Zonta meeting Zonta Club of East Auckland. Join us for our dinner meeting on Tuesday, June 7 at 6pm where five mid-career women talk about what it is like in their workplaces. Howick Club, Botany Road. Phone Eleanor, 534-8681. Meditation Course Arka Dhyana Intuitive Meditation Course is a four week course on Tuesday nights at Howick Leisure Centre, Pakuranga Rd. May 31, June 7,14 and 21. Time 7-8.30pm. Contact E.carys@carysgrant. org, or phone 021-187-4639. For more details go to www. carysgrant.org ➤➤Community notices Burglaries Pine Harbour Parade Beachlands Caserta Place Clover Park Diorella Drive Clover Park Te Irirangi Drive Clover Park Bledisloe Street Cockle Bay Carniew Place Dannemora Cellbridge Place East Tamaki Crooks Road East Tamaki East Tamaki Road East Tamaki Greenmount Drive East Tamaki Harris Road East Tamaki Redcastle Drive East Tamaki Sir William Avenue East Tamaki Redoubt Road Flat Bush Timmer Road Flat Bush Thomas Road Flat Bush Ti Rakau Drive Golflands Fiesta Drive Half Moon Bay Lilford Place Half Moon Bay Elliot Street Howick Mellons Bay Road Mellons Bay Cantora Avenue Northpark Ti Rakau Drive Northpark East Tamaki Road Otara Fair Mall Otara Ferguson Road Otara Fulton Crescent Otara Gilbert Road Otara Hills Road Otara Edgewater Drive Pakuranga Reeves Road Pakuranga Riverlea Avenue Pakuranga Tamaki Bay Drive Pakuranga Williams Avenue Pakuranga Alton Terrace Pakuranga Heights Gossamer Drive Pakuranga Heights Ti Rakau Drive Pakuranga Heights Blue Gum Rise Sunnyhills Stolen Vehicles Ti Rakau Drive Botany Downs Priestley Drive Bucklands Beach Glencullen Place Dannemora Basalt Place East Tamaki Chapel Road East Tamaki Haven Drive East Tamaki Lady Ruby Drive East Tamaki Heights Ti Rakau Drive East Tamaki Heights Hostel Access Road Eastern Beach Bramley Drive Farm Cove Middlefield Drive Flat Bush Malahide Drive Flat Bush Salford Crescent Flat Bush Argento Avenue Flat Bush Otara Road Otara Theft From a Vehicle Lexington Drive Botany Downs Burswood Drive Burswood Ti Rakau Drive Burswood Torrens Road Burswood Sale Street Cockle Bay Greenmount Drive East Tamaki Harris Road (2) East Tamaki Sir William Avenue East Tamaki Amera Place East Tamaki Heights Gospel Heights Flat Bush Shelby Lane Flat Bush Pakuranga Road Half Moon Bay Gibraltar Street Howick Gibson Place Mellons Bay Gooch Place Northpark Bairds Road Otara Fair Mall (2) Otara Newbury Street (2) Otara Sir Lloyd Drive Pakuranga Gooch Place Somerville Fisher Parade Sunnyhills LOCAL CRIME SPOTS – MAY 23-29, 2016 Cost of water on way up SuperCity water and wastewater services will go up by an average 2.5 per cent on July 1. Consequently an average household’s combined water and wastewater charges will increase by about $1.75 a month. Watercare chief executive Raveen Jaduram says the increase is in line with the company’s commitment to being a minimum-cost service provider. Prices will increase from $1.409 to $1.444 (including GST) per 1000 litres for all customers. Fixed wastewater charges for domestic customers will rise by $5 to $205 a year and from $2.394 to $2.454 per 1000 litres of wastewater discharged (including GST). The price rise, Mr Jaduram says, is necessary to cover increased service delivery costs, along with infrastructure renewals and expansion that support development across the region. “Construction costs, in particular, have increased at a rate much higher than those measured in the Consumer Price Index,” he says. Auckland’s population is predicted to grow by one million people in the next 30 years and Watercare forecasts a $4.9 billion spend on capital investment over the next 10 years to support the growth. “ This investment will ensure our water and wastewater networks have sufficient capacity to cope with the increasing demand for water and wastewater services,” Mr Jaduram says. Watercare does not operate to make a profit, nor does it receive any funding from property rates paid to the Auckland Council. It also does not pay a dividend to the council. “All the money we receive from customers goes into operating, maintaining and expanding our infrastructure to maintain a safe and reliable water supply for the future,” he says. Wastewater charges for non- domestic customers will increase by an average of 2.5 per cent. ➤➤ From June 1 more information on prices will be online at www. watercare.co.nz.
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