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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday August 4 2016
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, August 4, 2016 — 13 TIMESWORD Answers under Public Notices in the Classifieds section. PUZZLE NO. 7768 1 2 3 456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 CRYPTIC ACROSS 1. Some good derived from the bang on the head? (6,7). 8. You’ll enjoy having it to practise on (5). 9. Order a score? (7). 10. Cross with one this time (6). 11. Intimidate the people one is with (6). 12. Too nervous to slacken up? (5). 14. Gives out about one stem that’s malformed (5). 18. What increased the cost of making the film? (6). 20. The band later played a number in it (6). 23. Express disapproval that I’m taking a girl out (7). 24. Getting the material, thanks to her (5). 25. Slyly get ahead of the other protesters? (5,1,5,2). CRYPTIC DOWN 1. As a manual worker, is he in better trim? (6). 2. I rename and am disposing of her (5). 3.Understands it’s a gun and a lady’s (7). 4. Do better than, on patrol (4). 5. A senor disguised as a Scandinavian (5). 6. A sweet little water container and a boy in it (7). 7. Having rows, bound to get angry (6). 13. Wind the new net round and about one (7). 15. The sailor and airmen could be right (7). 16. Won’t answer questions about the barriers (6). 17. Try hard to get air (6). 19. A lofty “In any way whatsoever.” (5). 21. Catch the novice at church (5). 22. Ray gives support (4). ACROSS 1. Forger (13) 8. Ancient (5) 9. Upset (7) 10. Nape (6) 11. Nation (6) 12. Little (5) 14. Malice (5) 18. Yearly (6) 20. Outfitter (6) 23. Sleeping (7) 24. Toss (5) 25. Decoration (8,5) DOWN 1. Pick (6) 2. Subordinate (5) 3. Melodious (7) 4. Boorish (4) 5. Follow (5) 6. Brass instrument (7) 7. Thief (6) 13. Cross (7) 15. Spectre (7) 16. Vehicle (6) 17. Tool (6) 19. Behind (5) 21. Sensational (5) 22. Celestial body (4) THIS MONTH EastLife is packed with reading – so many local folk making their mark on the world. Read about wildlife photographer, David Lloyd, burns survivor, Mata La’Akulu, board sailor Bruce Kendall and more. Take a ‘trip’ to Brisbane and find out more about a Faulty Towers experience or perhaps Murder at the Balle Balle! There are book suggestions, beauty tips, home decor trends, a big focus on food and, as ever, a hefty serving of prizes. OUT NOW AUGUST EDITION Don’t miss out! Copies available from Botany Town Centre Information Centre, Pak’n Save Botany, Sealink Ferry Terminal, Highland Park Shopping Centre (central pavillion), Meadowlands Shopping Centre, Howick Information Centre, Total Focus Property Howick, Pakuranga Plaza (Countdown or Brownson’s Jewellers), Barfoot and Thompson Beachlands and Whitford plus other sites across the district – visit eastlife.co.nz for pickup locations. An e-edition is also available. FASHION SPRINGS FORWARD Loobie’s Story OLYMPICS Main man in Rio eastlife.co.nz August 2016 OUT & ABOUT | FASHION | HEALTH & BEAUTY | FOOD | ART | HOME | MOTORING | EVENTS | TRAVEL ROARING SUCCESS Cooking UP THE CLASSICS Wildlife photographer GUTSY MUM overcomes adversity Win!GREATPR I ZE S LOOKING FOR A VENUE? LOOK NO FURTHER! • Beachfront • Stunning views • Breathtaking sunsets • Stellar interior warm and inviting • Oustanding food and beverage menu • 4 exclusive areas for hire JH11257-V2 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 533 0408 SUNSET RESTAURANT & BAR 47 THE PARADE BUCKLANDS BEACH Craft market Saturday, August 13 from 10am- 1pm at the Bruce McLaren Retirement Village, 795 Chapel Rd, Dannemora. A wonderful assortment of NZ made crafts made by the residents of the village plus many more crafters from the area. Don’t miss out on this day. For further details ph 535-0220. Divorced? Separated? Elim Christian Centre is running a course that will help you deal with the hurt and pain of divorce and separation in a loving and caring environment, Tuesday nights for 14 weeks and you can join at any stage, cost $40 per person. Phone Bridget 021-0269 0618. First aid And CPR for babies/pre schoolers. A short course run by Auckland East Parents Centre for any caregiver of little ones. A qualified nurse takes you through emergency situations/ common childhood illnesses and practicing CPR. Next course is on Saturday August 20, 9.30am- 11.30am, Cook Street Howick. Book online www.aepc.org.nz or email email@example.com. Polish Films on Sundays From war to romance, documentary to drama, come and view screenings on Sundays. On August 7 come and view encore screening “Poles Apart” PG at 12.30; At 2pm “ The Soviet Story,” adults only. Entry by donation. Polish Museum, 125 Elliot St, Howick. See www. polishheritage.co.nz for more details. CAB annual meeting Pakuranga-Eastern Manukau and Botany invites you to attend the annual general meeting, 11am, August 24, Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Social Room, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga. Guest speaker Adele White, deputy chair, Howick Local Board. A light lunch available at the end of the meeting. RSVP 576 8331 or firstname.lastname@example.org. First aid And CPR for babies/pre schoolers. A short course run by Auckland East Parents Centre for any caregiver of little ones. A qualified nurse takes you through emergency situations/ common childhood illnesses and practicing CPR. Next course is on Saturday August 20, 9.30am- 11.30am, Cook Street Howick. Book online www.aepc.org.nz or email email@example.com. Do you have a child with food allergies? The local Allergy New Zealand support group is having an evening discussing how to help our children cope with anxiety and develop resilience. Tuesday, August 16, 7.30pm in Pakuranga. Guest speaker who is a counselor and an allergy mum. Phone Kimberley: 576-0674, 021-1438484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. ® Community notices This is a free community noticeboard for non-profit groups. Please email notices to email@example.com. While every effort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events may not run. Where publication of a notice is time-critical, groups should consider paying for a classified advertisement to ensure placement. Two beloved works and two emerging young artists feature in the Manukau Symphony Orchestra’s next concert, A New World. Tianyi Lu, hailed as one of the most exciting conductors of her generation, returns from Europe to direct the orchestra in Rachmaninov’s Variations on a Theme of Paganini and Dvorak’s Symphony From the New World. Delvan Lin, at only 16 years of age, won the adult section of the 2015 Wallace National Piano Competition. With his winnings, he took part in the Curtis Institute of Music’s Summer Programme in Philadelphia, USA, achieving top competition placings. Delvan is a Flat Bush resident and is currently studying at Auckland University. Rachmaninov played the premiere performance of his 24th Variation, nicknamed the ‘Creme de Menthe’ because he had the same drink before every subsequent performance. Dvorak’s Symphony From the New World was the composer’s response to African American spirituals and Native American music. ® Manukau Symphony Orchestra plays A New World at 7.30pm on August 13 at the Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau. Tianyi Lu will conduct the Manukau Symphony Orchestra. Photos supplied Delvan Lin is the piano soloist at the Manukau Symphony Orchestra’s next concert. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Romantic repertoire brought to the stage WIN TICKETS The Times has four double passes to give away. To enter, write your name, address and daytime phone number on the back of an envelope and send to Manukau Symphony Orchestra’s A New World Concert Competition, Times Newspapers, PO Box 259-243, Botany, Auckland 2163, or enter online at www.times.co.nz by 12 noon on August 10.
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