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A fantastic response! The first phase of The Trusts Million Dollar Mission is complete and we were overwhelmed with the number of applications we received as well as the breadth of those applications. (In fact, we received more than $6m worth of applications in total!) In this update we will let you know about the next phase of Million Dollar Mission (the selection phase) and tell you more about how you can support your favourite causes in the public vote.

Who's on the selection panel? Perhaps the toughest job of anyone involved in the Million Dollar Mission belongs to the people on the selection panel, who decide which applications will go through to the next phase (the public vote). Given the quality of the applicants and the fact that all are truly deserving, it will be a hard task to choose those that will go forward. The selection panel is made up of three independent West Auckland personalities, elected members and key personnel from The Trusts. The first of the three independent panel members is one of West Auckland’s most beloved citizens, Sir Bob Harvey. Sir Bob was of course the mayor of Waitakere City from 1992 until the four former Auckland councils amalgamated in 2010. He says of his involvement in the selection panel, “For almost half a century The Trusts have made a huge difference to our way of life in the West. What a contribution to community it’s been. They have given back to the West to our clubs and community life and our young people are better for it. Now with an amazing million dollar project, well deserving community organisations are to be supported. I am delighted to be on the selection panel. It’s not going to be easy, every application looks like a winner and so deserving.” Joining Sir Bob on the panel will be one of New Zealand’s best comedians and Avondale resident, Dai Henwood. You have seen him on the television as one of the stars of 7 Days and host of Family Feud, he is also the winner of three top honours available to local comedians; the prestigious Billy T Award, the Fred Award and the Reilly Comedy Award. Dai says that “being a West Aucklander means being part of a unique diverse community with a superb sense of humour and the will to love their environment. West is Best! (has anyone ever said that before?).” The last (but by no means least) West Auckland personality on the Million Dollar Mission panel is none other than former Silverfern, Linda Vagana. Linda played 61 tests for New Zealand in her fourteen year career at netball’s highest level. She grew up in West Auckland and found her love for sport and recreation through the schools she attended and sports clubs she belonged to. She says she is "looking forward to giving back to the community and ensuring the opportunities that I had growing up are bigger and better for others growing up in the West."

Other panel members include Linda Cooper (President of Waitakere Licensing Trust), Ami Chand (Vice President of Portage Licensing Trust), elected members Warren Flaunty & Janet Clews and Simon Wickham (CEO of The Trusts). The panel will be chaired by Brian Corban (Chairman of West Auckland Trust Services). They have some tough decisions to make when it comes to figuring out which applications are going to make it through to the next round, where the public (that’s you!) vote for the organisations you would like to see get funding.

How does the public vote work? From the 1st of March until the 30th of April (or until the money runs out) you will be able to have a say in where the Million Dollar Mission funding goes by voting for your favourite organisation(s) through the Million Dollar Mission website www.milliondollarmission.co.nz. You can vote once per day throughout the voting period and for as many different causes as you like. Every time you vote, you will be giving $5 to the organisation you vote for until they have reached the amount of money that they requested in their application. We encourage you to vote as often as you can and share who you are voting for via social media or whatever it takes to get round up the number of votes for your favourite organisations. After the voting has closed, we will be presenting each of the successful organisations with a cheque for the amount of funding they have secured through the voting process. We are really excited to see the fantastic response that Million Dollar Mission has had so far and can’t wait to see which organisation the panel will select for the voting phase. If you would like to learn more about Million Dollar Mission, visit our website www.milliondollarmission.co.nz


2017 is looking good West Auckland! Happy New Year one and all. May you all enjoy a rewarding and prosperous New Year, and that wish extends specially to the many organisations that have applied for a share of the million dollars on offer in The Trusts Million Dollar Mission. Here at The Trusts we’re really thrilled with the way West Aucklanders have responded to The Million Dollar Mission. Launching this huge “Giving Back” programme was a truly brilliant way to end an extremely busy year and an equally brilliant way to start 2017.

This is the sort of pay-back the West is entitled to in return for its overwhelming support for The Trusts; you own the business and therefore, you're entitled to the benefits. Having one million dollars to share among good West Auckland causes is a pretty neat position to be in. But the best bit is that the community itself gets to vote for the causes they support, after all, it is your money. It is the money you spent with us, going through the business and coming back as profits that you now help to share out. When it comes to “Giving Back” on this scale we shouldn’t be standing apart and doing things for the community; we should be working with the community to deliver what the community wants. That is exactly the sort of interactive relationship The Trusts should have with you. Together we serve the community. In many ways, this helps to close the circle of the relationship between us, that is already quite well developed in some respects. The Trusts have long been partners with the community on the social issues that are important to us all. These include all of the things we do to ensure that alcohol is sold responsibly in West Auckland. You know, the sort of things we have talked about before, such as only having a relatively small number of stores, not selling alcohol at loss leading prices and not selling to minors and so on. Those aspects of the partnership have been working very well. But the Million Dollar Mission represents a step change. Returning a very significant amount of money essentially for you to distribute takes our interactive partnership to a new and unprecedented level. Of course, this has only been made possible with your support, and the very hard work of our team who have created a first-class retail and up and coming hospitality scene in West Auckland. But we won't rest on our laurels. There is much we still have to do as we continue to refine and reshape the business

to meet the demands of today’s vibrant West Auckland community. There is a growing energy in West Auckland. The business community is stretching and growing in a way I don’t recall feeling before. You only have to look along Lincoln Road and in the Rosebank Road area to see and feel the growth. The new Central Park Business Association, which partners with the Rosebank Road Business Association, is a symptom. It is new, it has energy and passion and it reflects both actual growth and new optimism. There are some fantastic new businesses; businesses that are unique to us; businesses that help set West Auckland apart and make it a very special place, not just in Auckland, not just in New Zealand but in the world.

Within our own industry and notably in the hospitality industry, we're seeing wonderful growth. There are some very fine restaurants operating in the West these days, including those that are not owned by The Trusts. It proves what we've always said; a) we're not a monopoly and b) competition is good, it grows the overall market and it keeps everyone on their toes. I’d like to think that we have helped to spark that surge in high quality new talent. I hope so, but whatever the cause it tells us that West Auckland is really starting to come of age both as a place to live, work and play and also as a gastronomic destination. Long may it continue. Thanks again from all of us. Our success is your success, together we’ve made the Million Dollar Mission possible. Together we’ll build it into the Multi Million Dollar mission.

Simon Wickham CHIEF EXECUTIVE

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Whoa! You've Gotta Go Whoa! That's what everybody says who sees it from the road. When you step through the gates the jaw drops and no sound comes out for at least 30 overwhelming seconds. Whoa! Studios is the amazing new attraction for children (and their lucky parents) that opened in Henderson Valley Road just before Christmas. It is part theatre, part cutting-edge film studio, part playground and part theme park. Custard and his pals, Buzz, Brianna, Jazz and Kea

This new family destination features a range of stunning firsts, including being the only studios in the country that not only opens its doors to kids, but is for kids. There’s an urban park outside and inside, film studios that are kid friendly and live theatre featuring puppet characters who make up Custard’s World.

Kea is, as you might expect, a kea who brings all the charm and cheek of that native parrot.

In the urban park there is the Australasia’s only hand woven climbing net art installation by internationally famous Japanese born Canadian artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam. Ms Macadam took two years to weave the rainbow coloured net, entirely by hand.

Behind the scenes can also be part of the experience for excited kids who want to explore every facet of this wonderful experience.

Developed by West Auckland technology entrepreneur and philanthropist David Sutherland, Whoa Studios has over the last four years converted a collection of shabby old 1950’s corrugated iron commercial buildings in Henderson Valley Road into a magical and unique family destination that is truly fantastic.

The show is described as an immersive experience, featuring a mix of puppets, digital effects and live action, all presented in the main stage movie set.

This show is top drawer and of a truly international standard. It was scripted by Bob Baker the BAFTA award winning genius behind “Wallace and Gromit” and much else besides. The puppetry was developed under the mentoring of Peter Linz the New Yorker who was a lead puppeteer on both Sesame Street and The Muppets. Inside the 90 seat theatre is The Treehouse, a movie set built by the same creatives who built the sets of Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies. The immersion factor is provided by advanced digital projection and a sound system “to shake the walls”. Rounding out the quite literally mouth-watering facility is The Grounds, a brand new modern family eatery that is said to be five star and according to those who have eaten there, certainly deserves a few of Monsieur Michelin's coveted stars.

The urban park includes the climbing net, inflatable obstacle course, waterslide, Rocket Ship, Mission Control, Dragon's Castle and Pirates' Cove. It has already been suggested that the park is among the top 10 urban parks in the world. With state of the art film studios as one of Whoa’s attractions, it is a natural fit in a street that already boasts the Auckland Film Studios, currently hosting the filming of Warner Bros Shannara series. “Custard’s World Live” shows are based on a film that is being made at Whoa Studios. They are rollicking adventures featuring Custard and his pals, Buzz, Brianna, Jazz and Kea.

The Grounds was designed and is headed by chef Ben Bayly, best known to date as the former host of My Kitchen Rules NZ. Despite being focussed on the younger generations, chicken nuggets and fries are notably absent. Instead the food is designed to encourage families to eat together as they do in many older cultures where family is the core of life with everyone sharing several dishes. Whoa Studios was opened on the 30th birthday of the New Zealand Make a Wish Foundation, giving children with lifethreatening medical conditions and their families the first glimpse of the complex. Mr Sutherland chose the Foundation because it and Whoa Studios have a similar aim of bringing joy into the lives of children and their families. Tickets cost $29 for kids, $39 for adults and include access to the live show and urban playground. Tickets to the playground alone cost $10 for an hour or $18 for two hours. Children under 3 are free with paid-for siblings. Whoa! Studios is at 8 Henderson Valley Rd, Henderson.


Get involved with EcoWest EcoMatters Environment Trust is gearing up for a month-long celebration of West Auckland's awe-inspiring environment. The EcoWest Festival starts on Saturday 11 March and ends with a bang on EcoDay on Sunday, 9 April. EcoWest Festival gives West Aucklanders an opportunity to get involved, show our environment some love, learn something new and discover amazing places and the people who look after them.

All the fun of the fair at Eco Day 2016

For this month, EcoMatters will partner with the Western local boards to host the annual EcoWest Festival, an annual celebration with more than 40 events in Waitakere Ranges, Henderson-Massey and Whau Local Board areas that celebrate our unique environment and what we do to care for it. Eco Day, pioneered in the days of the Eco City, is a fun family-friendly day out featuring loads of activities, live performances and great food. Festival events will be held throughout the west, but EcoDay will be held at EcoMatters Environment Trust and Olympic Park in New Lynn. “We have so many people who do great things which make West Auckland an awesome place to live and this festival is about sharing their passion and skills with the wider community” says Festival Manager Myrthe Braam.

“Workshops and events during EcoWest will provide opportunities to learn practical things you can do at home like composting, growing vegetables and preserving fruit. Or you can head outdoors with our restoration team and show some love to our treasured parks and streams.” The whole family can get involved with activities like guided family bike rides and nature treasure hunts, and there will also be events which are aimed at getting people out and discovering the natural wonders in their backyard. Most of the events will be free or low cost. The Festival is hosted by EcoMatters Environment Trust, with generous support from The Trusts Community Foundation, Henderson-Massey Local Board, Waitakere Ranges Local Board and Whau Local Board. Find out more about all the EcoWest Festival events at www.ecowest.org.nz.

Heather's heartfelt thanks to West Auckland Thanks to the awesome generosity and support of West Aucklanders, Heather Moore’s life is looking better than it has for years, because you helped her buy the one drug that gave her a chance to tackle her inoperable brain tumour. Heather desperately needed $50,000 to afford Avastin, the one drug capable of fighting the cancer and a drug not funded by Pharmac. So you awesome people stepped in. You supported our campaign to raise the money for Heather who is one of our store managers and you have done more than turn her life around; you have given her a chance of life. But the good news doesn’t stop there. Steroids made Heather’s weight balloon out of control but now it’s going the other way. As Heather tells it: “I have lost about 20 kgs and even though I’m still "chunkier" than I was it has really helped me get up and out of the hole I was in, more confident, chatty and feeling pretty amazing. I’m happy to be seen outside work now and feel like there’s no restrictions on spending time with my

daughter (other than the fact that I still can’t drive) but that’s not a biggy when I’m still alive!

"I am ever so thankful for all the money fundraised. Honestly I can't thank you guys enough for making this happen." There’s still a long way to go and it’ll be a while before Heather knows if and when she can stop chemo after 18 months and possibly even Avastin itself, she’s “feeling pretty positive about it all and to be honest I’m just really enjoying the time that I’m able to spend with my daughter, being able to chase her around the parks, going swimming with her and just having fun.” "Thanks West Auckland, you’re awesome people. The best!"


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With just a few weeks to go, The SKYCITY Mystics are in the last phases of gearing up for the exciting and brand new ANZ Premiership competition that is being launched for the first time in 2017.

There will also be a number of fun activities for all ages to take part in and a café will be open for the parents. This Open Day is a great day out and best of all, it’s free!

The new competition will see the 6 best netball teams in New Zealand going head to head over three months to become the inaugural ANZ Premiership champions. The SKYCITY Mystics will take on the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic, Central Pulse, Mainland Tactix, Southern Steel and the brand-new Auckland team, the Northern Stars.

Being a member means you get a number of special privileges, including entry to the members only Lounge at The Trusts Arena where you can enjoy food and beverage discounts, members only competitions and giveaways and meet members of the SKYCITY Mystics management and special guests.

The SKYCITY Mystics are holding an Open Day at The Trusts Arena on Sunday 26 February from 11am until 2pm. This Open Day will be a great opportunity for fans to mix and mingle with players and coaches and try their hand at netball skills and drills against players.

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2017 SKYCITY Mystics Memberships are on sale now and there are a number of exciting membership packages available for the 2017 season.

Sponsors will be there showcasing their products and giving away lots of freebies such as burgers from Andy’s Burger Bar trailer courtesy of SKYCITY, 5kg bags of potatoes from sponsor Hira Bhana, Barfoot & Thompson slushies and much, much more. Fans will also be able to purchase SKYCITY Mystics memberships and official merchandise on site.

What a difference a season makes Waitakere United are a force to be reckoned with once again. After languishing for several years, Waitakere United have done an excellent job of reclaiming their place as a formidable force in the Stirling Sports Premiership. Going into the last week of January, the West Auckland based side was top of the table, one above arch rivals Auckland, and had every intention is to stay there. What the final outcome will be remains to be seen, but what has been established beyond any doubt is that Waitakere has learned how to win again and a solid base is being set up to serve this and future seasons. The team is still in a building phase and is still a work in progress. Halfway through the season it was obvious that it needed more strike power. Although the team was dominating games all around the park, this wasn’t being converted into shots hitting the back of the net. With that in mind coach Chris Milicich made a few tweaks to the playing group over the transfer window, with Rory Turner coming

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back into the fold from Western Springs, Ethan Galbraith from Birkenhead United and a second German player Pascal Reinhardt. All three are goal scorers and creators of chances. As Milicich has been keen to point out when talking about his team, the base is there with a couple of top keepers, solid defence and a hardworking and creative midfield, now the tools are there to complete the job. The results post-Christmas cemented the side in the upper echelons with three wins on the bounce in January including a 3-1 victory in Dunedin over Southern United who themselves were on a 3 game winning streak. The club has all the ingredients to turn from contenders into champions. Ethan Galbraith celebrates v HB

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Waterview development due to open in April 2017 After five years, New Zealand’s biggest and most prestigious roading project, the Waterview tunnels and associated spaghetti off ramps leading to and from and over and under, is all but finished. Work started in early 2012 and the truly breath-taking roading system is scheduled to be completed and open for traffic by April 2017.

So, it's crunch time as the construction team work to deliver a faultless finish to what is far more than just a tunnel with roads; it's a system with ventilation connecting link for drivers. north of the tunnels and is the key Great North Road Interchange, sits The fans that can blow up a Credit: NZTA cyclone and massive fire “At present, our team is working through the commissioning safety reservoirs, along with service areas process. This involves testing that operational gear works and evacuation routes. These, along with safely in the tunnels and that all the fire life safety equipment performs as expected, particularly in the event of kilometres of electrical wiring, plumbing, an emergency.” ventilation shafts and other systems, will all be “In addition to the roads and tunnels, a number of community tested and proven when the tunnels open. facilities, playgrounds, new walkways and recreational “We are now completing underground installation of all mechanical and electrical gear in the tunnels, construction of motorway ramps and two ventilation buildings to remove fumes from the tunnels,” says Well-Connected Alliance Project Manager Iain Simmons.

facilities, have been handed over for the public to enjoy.” The Alliance is also building sections the Waterview Shared Path that links Waterview and Mt Albert and includes the massive bridge over the Oakley Creek and two other bridges. “The achievement of all these great things, and many more, is the culmination of a lot of hard work from the many great teams that go to make up the Alliance,” says Iain. The Well Connected Alliance comprises the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA), Fletcher Construction, McConnell Dowell, Beca Infrastructure, Parsons Brinkerhoff and Obayashi Corporation. The opening will mark the end for New Zealand’s largest and most ambitious roading project ever; a 5 km, six lane motorway connection between State Highways 20 and 16, including the longest and deepest road tunnels in the country, to complete the Western Ring Route.

Approximately 4,159 pieces of individual equipment in the tunnels requires checks and tests. Credit NZTA

It required “Alice”, the tailor-built tunnelling machine who chewed her way along the route twice, once in each direction to create the two tunnels, coming out at each end with millimetre precision, like a dart in the centre of the bullseye. “Alice” was a whimsical name chosen because wondrous things were happening under the ground, just as they did in Alice in Wonderland.


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William Swanson

Today the name of Swanson generally means the progressive suburb next to Henderson. More than a century ago it meant 'Honest Willie' Swanson, a Scottish pioneer who came to the relative wilderness of Auckland and helped transform it, setting in place the foundations for a modern New Zealand.

Finally he went into the cabinet making business. However, low wages drove him to seek his fortune on the California gold fields and brought his enterprising, not to mention courageous, and independent character to the fore.

Honest Willie tried his hand at many things and perhaps his proudest achievement, although now largely forgotten, was his contribution to writing the revolutionary Education Act of 1877. In the name of that far-sighted Act of Parliament, New Zealand led the world with education that was “free, secular and compulsory”. It even paved the way for women and Maori to seek education.

He built a tiny sailing boat of a mere 14 tonnes in which to sail to America. This plan was immediately thwarted by an Auckland customs officer who refused to clear the vessel to sail because he believed it was far too small to cross the wide Pacific.

This was not a happy accidental outcome. Swanson believed in education and opportunities for everyone regardless of “class”. He was also a pioneering multi-culturalist and believer in opportunities for women. He was married three times (de facto on two occasions and always to Maori women). First to Mere Ngaoko and they had two sons who were foundation pupils at St Stephen’s School for Maori boys. After Mere died, he developed a de facto relationship with Timata Titoki and together they had son who was an early pupil at Auckland Grammar. Finally, he married Ani Rangitunoa, high-born of the Ngati Whatniapiti of Hawke's Bay and they had five children, two boys and three girls. According to the Encyclopaedia of New Zealand “His daughters are finished musicians, their indulgent father having provided his children with every opportunity of culture, besides attending to their material well being.” Like those other two pioneering giants of early Auckland, Henderson and Sir John Logan Campbell, Swanson was a Scot who tried his hand in various industries including politics, making himself rich several times over. Yet above all, during his life, he seems to have had an enduring reputation for honesty, generosity and for his charity. He must have been a formidable personality. He was born at Leith just outside Edinburgh on 30 May 1819, and was soon orphaned and brought up by his grandfather and then by an uncle. As a youth he had little education and no family fortune but he was apprenticed as a shipwright, a useful trade for a man who would try his luck in the colonies by the time he was 25. He moved first to Cork in Ireland and then joined a band of emigrants travelling first to Sydney before arriving in the fledgling settlement of Auckland in 1844 and sought employment in his trade. At first he worked at boat building on Great Barrier and then later he collected sea shells to make lime for the building of the Albert Barrack Wall.

Undaunted Swanson sneaked away to the Bay of Islands where, he “found an officer more ignorant or less strict as to the tonnage of his little craft.” This encyclopedia entry, written while Swanson was still alive, went on in a humorous vein that “his mates, though possessing a theoretical knowledge of seamanship, were divided in opinion on some of the more abstruse points of navigation.” The guardians of our coasts today would have nightmares at the thought of such a tiny boat setting off across the vast Pacific with no-one on board who had the slightest idea of navigation. As it was a Mr Bell, who did know his way around a chart and a sextant, joined the vessel which duly made it to Tahiti and then Honolulu. Selling the boat in Hawaii, Swanson went on to the goldfield and made a fortune. It seems from the information now available, he was one of the smart ones who made a lot of money providing for the needs of the miners rather than actually chasing the elusive “colour” himself. In any event Swanson landed back in West Auckland in 1852 with money in his pocket he went straight into the timber trade based in the area that now bears his name. He lived at the end of what is now Tram Valley Road. By 1861 he was finished with the timber trade and two years later was elected to the equivalent of the Auckland Council. Two years later he was elected to the Provincial Council and in 1870, along with Sir George Grey and two other Public Buildings Commissioners, he helped oversee the creation of Auckland Hospital. The following year he was elected to Parliament and he remained a serving national politician for the rest of his career, making him a member of that almost legendary group who helped create the New Zealand we know today. He was then appointed to the Legislative Council where he served until his death on 23 April 1903. William Swanson died a few days short of his 84th birthday and is buried with his family at Waikumete Cemetery.

William Swanson, Icon of the West.

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