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December 2016 Merry Christmas West Auckland!

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The Trusts Million Dollar Mission

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Our West is brought to you by The Trusts. For more information on The Trusts, visit our website www.thetrusts.co.nz find us on facebook or email us at info@thetrusts.co.nz


Whatever your community group needs, we could help pay for it. The Trusts are giving back one million dollars to community groups and projects all over West Auckland. Whether you need school supplies, clubhouse extensions, or life-saving equipment, we’ve got the funds to help pay for it. If you require funding, just tell us how much you’re after and what you need it for.

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Submit your application today at milliondollarmission.co.nz


Merry Christmas West Auckland! The Trusts Million Dollar Mission is open for applications. There’s one million dollars available for West Auckland to share among the many community organisations in sport, the arts, theatre, youth, disability, social, health and wellbeing not for profits and indeed, any organisation doing something on behalf of others. All you have to do for your club, society, group or organisation is make an application and then make sure all their friends and supporters know to go on-line when voting opens, to vote for your cause. You have till 31 January to get applications in to us.

be careful out there; don’t drink and drive, or drink and go swimming, or drink and operate machinery; and please look after your friends and family.

An independent panel will then select the finalists during February 2017. Then on 1 March voting opens for two months; closing on 30 April.

As always we have a range of fantastic Christmas specials for festive entertaining. Our products are there to help make events and celebrations enjoyable, so please, when you are drinking, drink sensibly and have a great time. Please make sure everyone around you also has a great time so we all go into the New Year safe and well.

That’s the time to round up your voting support. Get onto all your friends to vote as well, you can hit all the social media you use to generate support for your cause. You can go old school and get out in the streets with a loud hailer, or hold street parades, just do whatever it takes!

While we’re very sincere when we wish you a great and safe season, we can think of no better Christmas gift than $1 million that will go towards doing real good in our community. May it be the start of a tradition that grows from year to year.

We’ll be doing the same thing; using every communication channel we can think of to make sure that the good people of West Auckland know that their favourite organisation can apply for money, and then later urging people to get out and vote.

We’re thrilled and privileged to be able to do the giving, but it is only possible because of your ongoing support. On behalf of us all at The Trusts, thank you for your support over the year, and over the years. It is your support that has generated the funds that we are now able to Give Back on your behalf.

All the criteria and application details are available online at www.milliondollarmission.co.nz

In May, we’ll announce the causes you, the public, thought deserved a share in one million dollars and we’ll start giving out the money. The Million Dollar Mission is just another part of our Giving Back pledge. Four years ago we adopted a policy of Giving Back to the West Auckland community as much as we could each year. We’ve always promised that as soon as we could afford it, the amount we give back would be in the millions. We’ve kept that promise. And this is only a start.

West Auckland, you’re just great! Have a good one. See you next year.

Simon Wickham

Have a very happy Christmas and New Year holiday

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Every year since we started publishing Our West, we’ve taken the opportunity of wishing all of you a safe and very happy Christmas and New Year season.

PS. Make sure your favourite organisation is in for a share of the million dollars; for details, go to www.milliondollarmission.co.nz

This is a time of goodwill, peace, joy and the unforgettable smiles of children; of long lazy days at the beach, on the water, in the mountains, on the farms and round the barbie. But we all know that it can be a time of tragedies, so please

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Lorraine Wilson - we thank you! Lorraine Wilson "mother" of the Portage Ceramic Awards is retiring from The Trusts after more than 20 years. She seems to have specialised in "flying under the radar" in terms of public profile and yet earned love and respect of many in many fields, not least The Trusts where she was returned to serve again and again for more than 20 years. A West Auckland resident for more than 50 years, Lorraine Wilson, MA (Mus.Stud.), F.T.C.L, ANZLA, joined the Portage Trust in 1992 and was subsequently its deputy president. She was also the founding president of the Portage Ceramic Awards in 2005 and continued to lead that organisation through to its return to its "spiritual home" at the Te Uru Gallery in Titirangi last year. Under her leadership, the Portage Awards have become the premier awards for the ceramicist’s art in New Zealand and have established a strong international reputation for excellence. Indeed, this year the judge was an internationally renown artist and the winner a prominent US-based artist. It’s the second time the Awards have been held at the new, fantastic Te Uru Contemporary Gallery in Titirangi after an absence of several years while Te Uru was built. The finalist pieces and winners will be on exhibition throughout the summer. Lorraine’s 24 years of service to the Portage Licensing Trust was slightly interrupted in 2013 when she missed election but was returned in 2014 after another elected member resigned. Self-employed, she has had a lifetime of experience in the heritage area, in both consultancy and governance roles. As

a governor she served on the boards of the Auckland City Gallery, Auckland Museum and Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, the New Zealand Maritime Museum Board, The Lottery Environment and Heritage Distribution Committee and the ASB Community Trust. More locally she has served on the Blockhouse Bay Community Centre Committee, Blockhouse Bay Mainstreet and Community Patrol. As an expert she provides services to cultural organisations including New Zealand Historic Places Trust, Auckland City Libraries and MOTAT. With decades of experience supporting many heritage projects, Lorraine has been the recipient of an Auckland Museum/ NZ Society of Authors research grant and is the author of several publications on historical subjects. In retirement Lorraine plans to devote more time to her great love of writing and is currently working on another historical book, this time about Winfred Campbell, the child of the father of Auckland, Sir John Logan Campbell. Sir John has an indelible place in history as the first European settler in Auckland, who gave a lifetime of service to the city he founded and left to it, Cornwall Park and One Tree Hill/Maungakiekie. Winfred, who died in 1952, also had a remarkable life and Lorraine is determined it will be told!

Hospice and the Christmas Trees of Remembrance Christmas is once again the time to support Hospice and their Christmas Trees of Remembrance that enable you to pay tribute to someone special, and help raise funds for this fantastic organisation that brings so much comfort to so many people. Hospice West Auckland is again teaming up with retailer Farmers, national partner of Hospice New Zealand, for the annual Trees of Remembrance fundraising campaign at Farmers stores throughout West Auckland. In exchange for a donation, you will receive a beautiful remembrance card to write your personal message and place on the dedicated Remembrance Tree in-store. Very often those cards will be dedicated to someone whose last days with you were made easier and more comfortable by the selfless care and love of Hospice and its people. So your card and donation is a practical way to say thank you to those people. Maybe that help came from some other organisation dedicated to the care of others and so you will be thanking them. It doesn’t matter; the thought is as sincere and your donation will help others in the year to come.

All funds raised will ensure hospice care and support to people with life-limiting conditions are provided at no cost to patients and their families. The Christmas trees can be found in all West Auckland Farmers stores and in shopping malls around West Auckland until Christmas Eve. In addition to the Trees of Remembrance, Farmers will also be retailing the collector’s Christmas decoration. This year it is a beautiful glass Christmas decoration featuring a golden manuka flower motif designed by the artist FLOX. Retailing for $10, all proceeds go to support Hospice West Auckland. Take time to remember your loved ones this Christmas, and support Hospice West Auckland’s patients and their families at the same time. Thank you.


Waitakere United is leaner, hungrier and cannier"

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Waitakere United is thriving in the familiar surrounds of The Trusts Arena and embracing West Auckland's proud footballing history.

Austria at under 21 level. His save in the last minute against Auckland City earlier in the season alone, was worth the price of admission and helped the team bank a crucial three points.

After a season to forget in Albany last year, the relocation back West is seeing a revival in fortunes and in the support of the member clubs in the area from Metro to Norwest United. As a result, Waitakere United is a different beast; leaner, hungrier and cannier. It has the ability to go the distance and add to that proud West Auckland footballing heritage that includes All Whites like Ivan Vicelich, Danny Hay, Gavin Wilkinson, Darren McLennan and James Pritchett.

On the field, and there’s no one more qualified to lead this squad than Jake Butler. Captain Jake spent the winter coaching Waitakere City to the Chatham Cup final and the Northern Region Football League Division 1 title by a mammoth 14 points and picking up the coach of the year award at the Lotto NRFL Awards night. Back on the pitch for United, he’s already scored important goals and shown he can take games by the scruff of the neck and help his team dominate in some of the biggest battles on field.

Stefan Thelen is a product of the famed FC Koln academy and played for them right through the grads up to the second side. Now he’s providing plenty of ammunition to the players up front.

Photos courtesy of Grant Stantial.

Current captain Jake Butler has also donned national colours and is an example of the pathway the club continues to provide. The club, led off the field by chairman Stephen Williamson and on to it by coach Chris Milicich, is “gaining altitude” once again, with a field full of talent and a programme to develop the next generation of home grown stars. There have already been great results to go with steady growth of the team culture on and off the pitch. The coaching staff identified several positions where something extra was needed to make the side competitive at the pointy end of the table and a couple of imports have really caught the eye. Pirmin Strasser has experience plying his trade as goalkeeper in the Austrian Bundesliga and Spain as well as representing Julyan Collet in action against Wan derers.

Jake Butler bends it like Beckham while Stefan Thelen looks to capitalise.


Anne McCahon returns to the Te Uru Gallery There's a double treat at Te Uru Gallery in Titirangi this summer. The finalists and winners of the Portage Ceramic Awards are on extended display alongside the "A Table Of One's Own", an exhibition dedicated to The Creative Life Of Anne McCahon, wife of that giant among New Zealand painters, Colin McCahon. Although she was born in the South Island, Anne and Colin are a permanent part of the West Auckland arts legacy. They lived in Tiritangi for many years and today McCahon House is used for an artists in residency programme. Trained in the 1930s, Anne McCahon (nee Hamblett 1915-1993) grew to prominence alongside such other soon-to-be famous characters such as Doris Lusk, Toss and Edith Woollaston, and her soon-to-be husband, Colin. They formed part of what was an extraordinarily creative arts scene whose artists pushed many boundaries while creating an historical era in which New Zealand began to truly believe in the world-class value of its home grown artists.

Jessica Douglas and Andrew Clifford and his team at Te Uru, working closely with family members. The research was conducted throughout NZ and yielded 52 exhibits. Anne McCahon courtesy Hocken These include two dozen Collection, Otago University. paintings produced by Anne McCahon before her children were born. The balance was painted later and include sketches of her children, illustrations for the NZ School Journal and a range of her ceramics. This exhibition celebrates the tenth anniversary of McCahon House and is curated by Linda Tyler. It is presented in association with McCahon House Trust with support from the University of Auckland, Centre for Art Studies as part of the McCahon House tenth anniversary.

Anne was a significant presence in what is now known as McCahon House, where the family lived from 1953-59, running the household, hosting guests and supplementing the family income through illustration work. The exhibition title comes from a story her children would tell, in which they recall arriving home to find their mother packing away illustration materials from the all purpose family table. ‘A Table of One’s Own’ is presented in association with McCahon House and with support from the University of Auckland, Centre for Art Studies. It has been described as a journey of discovery with curator Linda Tyler, researcher

Still life Anne-McCahon née-Hamblett.

Get ready for the SKYCITY Mystics new season The SKYCITY Mystics will kick start their ANZ Premiership campaign against the Central Pulse on Sunday 26 March at 6pm in Hamilton, as part of the first Super Sunday hosted by Waikato Bay of Plenty. There will be three blockbuster Super Sunday’s throughout the inaugural ANZ Premiership season, starting in Hamilton then moving down south to Invercargill, before finishing up in Auckland. All six teams feature on Super Sunday and it’s a great opportunity for netball fans to watch all players involved in New Zealand’s new elite netball league. The SKYCITY Mystics will have seven regular-season home games in 2017, six at The Trusts Arena and one at the North Shore Events Centre. Their first home game takes place on Monday 3 April at 7.40pm against the Southern Steel.

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Sir Bob stars as massive film productions return out West More than a decade of building friendships in Asia by Sir Bob Harvey has helped snare several giant production’s for the West Auckland film industry that he helped create.

One is Meg, a "Jaws" like action terror film in which Hollywood superstar Jason Statham takes on a school of terrifying pre-historic sharks that have survived in the Marianas Trench from the time of the dinosaurs. The monster megalodon sharks break out of the trench and into the world's oceans and cause absolute mayhem. The multi-million dollar film has been in production on and off for about a decade and is now going ahead thanks to a co-production between Warner Brothers and Chinese finance from Gravity Pictures. The involvement of Chinese money is the realisation of efforts sustained well over a decade by Sir Bob, to build friendships with the Chinese authorities and that country’s massive film industry. Not only that, but the role of Korean owned Kumeu Studios sees the flowering of a Memorandum of Understanding signed between Film Auckland and the Korean film industry in 2006. Meg is being filmed partly at Henderson Valley’s Auckland Film Studios and partly in the new Kumeu Studios that feature one of world film industry’s biggest water tanks. This and other purpose built tanks enable realistic underwater sequences to be filmed. This massive production is expected to be as big at the box office as “Jaws” or “King Kong”. Gravity Pictures will distribute the film in China, with Warner Bros handling the film throughout the rest of the world. Meg is set for release towards the end of 2017. The other huge production is the third series of the fantasy, “The Shannara Chronicles”. This is being filmed for MTV, also at the Henderson Valley Studios. “The Shannara Chronicles” has been a runaway hit in the US and is claimed as a rival to “Game of Thrones’. The first series was shot around West Auckland with quite a large focus on the west coast. Lack of studio space saw the second series go to Ireland but such was the success of the New Zealand experience, the producers have decided to return. This series in many ways continues a strong association between West Auckland and the fantasy genre. Twenty and more years ago, the West Auckland locations made their name with “Hercules, The Legendary Journeys” and then the mega hit “Xena, Warrior Princess” before becoming the spiritual home of Disney’s “Power Rangers”. Andrew Adamson directed the first of the “Narnia” films at Henderson Valley, which was also the location for “Bridge to Terebitha”.

The two productions are pumping millions back in to the local economy, producing hundreds of jobs and drawing heavily on the large pool of world-class film makers and actors on the local market. All of this is something of a second coming of age for the West Auckland film industry with both the first and the second due in large part, to the drive of former Waitakere Mayor and former chairman of the New Zealand Film Commission, Sir Bob Harvey. Sir Bob’s lifelong love affair with film has seen him lead or support repeated initiatives over the years, to encourage overseas money and production houses to capitalise on Kiwi talent and film locations. He was the one who almost singlehandedly took a punt on buying the old Enza cool stores on Henderson Valley Road, that became the Henderson Valley Studios in Waitakere’s time and are now Auckland Studios. Almost from the start, this facility attracted major world productions and big world players, including Disney producers and directors such as Andrew Adamson. With that initiative up and running Sir Bob returned to Asia repeatedly, on behalf of the city and the film industry, over many years, to build friendships and sell film “co-pros” to the massive Asian markets, notably in China and Korea. With the inclusion of Waitakere City in the super-city, he has continued this relentless search on behalf of Auckland City. Now once again the facility is full to the rafters with major overseas productions, building on the base laid patiently, year after year by Sir Bob.

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2016 - A HUGE YEAR FOR THE ARENA! In 2016 at the Arena we had our busiest year ever and we thought it would be great to share that news with you. Your support of the venue, use of the facilities and attendance at events is why we are here and it’s fantastic to know that 2016 brought even more of you here than ever before. Highlighted below are some of the events that have made this year so special. We want to take this opportunity to thank you and our principal sponsors The Trusts and Regional Facilities Auckland for your continued support.

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