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www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, June 2, 2016 — 19 Casual Practice Nurse This is a casual role so fl exibility to work a variety of days (no weekend work), often at short notice, is essential. Key attributes and requirements to be successful in this role: Registered New Zealand Nurse with current practicing certificate. More than 3 year experience working in NZ Primary Health Care Essential Hold a current vaccinators certificate Hold a current CPR certificate Positive, compassionate and motivated with a can do attitude. Team player with the ability to also work independently. Be organised and able to prioritise Fluent in English If you have the above skills and qualities and want to be part of a friendly and dedicated team of health professionals, then we want to hear from you! Closing date for applications 11th June 2016. Please send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org CD242839 Saxon By Design are looking for an experienced stylist to join their busy salon. 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Board of Trustee Election Results - Deadline Tuesday 14th June School Holiday Programmes - Deadline Monday 20th June Education for All - Deadline Monday 27th June For enquiries phone 271 8055 or email: email@example.com www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, June 2, 2016 — 19 thursday 02 4:10am 4:43pm friday 03 5:08am 5:43pm saturday 04 6:06am 6:40pm suNday 05 7:03am 7:34pm MoNday 06 7:58am 8:27pm tuesday 07 8:52am 9:18pm wedNesday 08 9:44am 10:09pm TIMES high tides Howick College’s underwater hockey squad are up and coming stars. Six current students and three former students have been selected for the U22 and U18 men’s and women’s underwater hockey teams to represent New Zealand in the Trans-Tasman underwater hockey competition. Year 13 student Farrah Brill- Holland, along with former student Emma Bavelaar, were selected for the U22 women’s team while Annabelle Fletcher Jones, Grace Driscoll and Marieke Bavelaar were selected for the U18 women’s team. Ryan Deen and Logan Stevenson were named in the U18 men’s team while former students Hamish Arthur and Louis Flavell-Birch were selected for the men’s U22 squad. The students will travel to Hobart to compete in the competition in July. The World Championships will be held at the same venue in July 2017. Howick students make New Zealand underwater hockey squads Left to right, Emma Bavelaar, Farrah Brill-Holland, Logan Stevenson, Hamish Arthur, Louis Flavell-Birch and Ryan Deen. Photo supplied \ Howick College underwater hockey A number of lucky Pakuranga United Rugby Club players have been named in the Auckland under 19 training squad to prepare for the 2016 NZRU National U19 tournament through September and October. The 12 Pakuranga players will join players from 12 other Auckland clubs for the four training sessions from June 1 to June 22. Full Squad: Pakuranga: Jerry Samania, Justin Horsfield, George Tuigamala, William Mottershead, John Akau’ola-Laula, Julius Togafau, Brandon Boyle, Toma Tia, Wiseguy Faiane, Niu Osika, Paula Maama, Wesley Tamiefuna; College Rifles: Jason Mee, Raymond Taufa, Gabriel Pulu, Pat Syme, Dominic Mario, Otumaka Mausia, Loketi Manu; Eden: Sione Pua, Rueben Filemoni, Fisilau Katoa; Grammar Tec: Afi Ielemia, Tyler McCarthy, Jacob Pierce, Jacob Hawke, Ollie Polson, Laga’ali Schuster, Nikolai Foliaki, Joshua Gagamoe, Campbell Busby; Manukau Rovers: Michael Kaivelata; Marist: Otto Faiva, Leauma Tuuga, Bryan Mulitalo, Fa’alelelei Ioane; Mt Wellington: Sebastian Mataele; Papatoetoe: Kastello Nansen, Dominic Maupese, Fatai Finau, Sean-Ben Kiria, Fuaiva Takitaki, Xavier Nu’u, Ivan Baker, Siope Ngata, Aisea Fainga’anuku, Jakob Iakopo, Oliveti Kata, Tevita Polaapu, D’Angelo Leuila; Ponsonby: Michael Teo’o, Brook Wilson, Samuel Slade, Taina Fox-Matamua, Paitusi Eti, Jake Cameron, Mark Tapueluelu, Roman Blackman, Robin Faumuina, Frank Tuiloma, Armani Ngaro, Freedom Vaha’akolo, Darren Kellett, Noa Mataia; Suburbs: Ezekiel Lindenmuth, Charles Na’apa, Zac King, Matthew Sowter, TJ Vaega; University: Iose Brown, Awanui Morris, Jack Marks, Nicholas Laufoli, Maxwell Peto, Gus Stone, Isitolo Maka, Henry Saker, Matt Olo-Whaanga, Lino Leiataua, Fita Faka’soi, Shaun Oliver (Dannemora); Waitemata: Malua Leauanae, Tim Young, Toa Ahio, Adrian Choat, Poni Fata Nu’u, Mosese Sokiveta, Moape Qiolevu; Unavailable due to injury: Ben Sau’u (Papatoetoe), Ian Vermeulen (Pakuranga), Chris Lu’au (Suburbs); Currently with NZ Under 20: Dalton Papali’i (Pakuranga). RUGBY UNION U19 training squad named NetBall St Kents prem 1 beat Westlake Saint Kentigern College premier 1 netball team scraped a win over Westlake Girls Premier team 33-29 over the weekend in the Auckland Secondary Schools premier netball competition. Howick College premier team also secured a win by 13 points over Avondale College totalling 39-26. Botany Downs Secondary College premiers sit third on the table after taking out Saint Kentigern College’s senior A team 35-30 in the premier 2 competition. Macleans College premiers and Pakuranga College premier 1 also had wins agains Baradene and Marist respectively. Full results Mt Albert Premier 1 51 – Baradene Premier 1 24; St Kents Premier 1 33 – Westlake Girls Premier 29; Epsom Girls Premier 1 40 – McAuley High Premier 25; Aorere Premier 47 – Massey High Premier 36; One Tree Hill Premier 43 – St Marys Premier 20; Howick Premier 39 – Avondale Premier 26; Mt Albert Premier 2 34 – Auckland Girls Premier 1 26; Botany Downs Premier 35 – St Kents Senior A 30; St Cuthberts Premier 39 – Sancta Maria Premier 32; Macleans Premier 40 – Baradene Premier 2 23; Diocesan Premier 23 – Epsom Girls Premier 2 17; Pakuranga Premier 1 44 – Marist Premier 42.
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