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Beauty of biology By Julia Czerwonatis
For Johnsonville local Paula Kerslake art is an intrinsic part of life. “I’m fascinated by geometry and symmetries – all natural fractal patterns on our planet than can be found in all living things,” she explains. In her recent artwork, DNA Double Helix, Paula is exploring the connection between art and science. The abstract art piece represents DNA deoxyribonucleic acid which carries genetic instructions for living organisms. Each strand of DNA is a double helix drizzled over the canvas in an interlocking depiction of the building blocks of our being. Continued on page 2. Johnsonville artist Paula Kerslake and her artwork DNA Double Helix which is up in the running for the Clifton’s Art Prize. PHOTO: Supplied
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Johnsonville artist up for Australasian award Continued from page 1. “I aim to encapsulate the essence of the double helix shape and invite viewers to experience the beauty of biology that is the science of life,” Paula says. Her artwork is now up in the running for the 16th annual Clifton’s Art Prize that celebrates 100 emerging artists from ten cities across the Asia
Pacific, including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Hong Kong and Singapore. For Paula, who holds a diploma in art and creativity, it is the third time that she has entered the competition. She has exhibited widely in New Zealand and internationally in Berlin and Tokyo. When Paula is not paint-
ing in her home studio or wa nder ing a round Joh nsonville and the Botanic Garden taking photographs, you can find her working at Pataka Art+Museum Gallery or tutoring art classes in Wellington. “I enjoy being involved in the community, and provide support and encouragement to others,” Paula says.
“My life’s goal is to inspire everyone I meet to fall in love with art.” Paula’s piece DNA Double Helix can be viewed at Cliftons, Level 28, The Majestic Centre, 100 Willis Street, until December 15. The winners are decided by an international judging panel and will be announced on November 30.
Pupils on stage with Shakespearean comedy Pupils from Samuel Marsden Collegiate School, Karori West Normal School, Clifton Terrace School and WHEN (Wellington Home Educators Network) will be putting their fresh slant on for the upcoming production of the Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ (SGCNZ). As You Like It is part of the centre’s Primarily Playing with Shakespeare programme and co-director Sarah Burton says it had been an “absolute pleasure” working with the children over the past weeks prior to the holidays. Each group rehearses their scenes in their own school or space, with Sarah making a few visits as and if required to mentor the teacher. Key characters are identified in the scenes, which are performed sequentially, by a costume garment of the same colour across all the groups. Ideally suited for the very young, As You Like It moves from the family feud over the rulership of the court of the recently deceased
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Guiding parents through separation Relationship breakdowns are always tough, especially when they involve children. To help parents ensure their children get what they need during this time, Family Works offers several free Parenting through Separation courses in the coming months. Wairarapa and Wellington regional manager, Wayne England, says when parents separate the process tends to be child-centred. The seminars are designed to support separating parents and
reduce negative effects on their children. “Separations can be really traumatic. It’s easy to get caught up in the battle with your former partner,” Wayne says. Parenting through Separation is run by social service professionals from Family Works alongside legal professionals from Community Law. Participants learn about how separation affects children, how to talk to children about separa-
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Youth with great dreams and huge ambitions By Julia Czerwonatis
“Aim high at what is truly valuable and don’t let obstacles stop you,” was Chris Kirk-Burnnand’s advice for the 20 recipients of this year’s Johnsonville Youth Grants event, celebrated last Thursday. Chris is chair of the Johnsonville Youth Grants Trust which he helped set up 31 years ago and which has since supported 364 young people with great ambitions. The Newlands College Ukulele Orchestra welcomed the awardees with their families, sponsors, and guests with a musical reception; followed by a few words of Wellington deputy mayor Jill Day. “You have done an amazing job to get where you are right now,” Jill says. “Your minds are curious, you have a strong desire to learn, you have great ambitions, and yet your dreams can be hindered by the prizes attached to them. “A bit of financial support can make a huge difference for young people to achieve their dreams.” The awardees come from a wide field of disciplines includ-
Local social business entrepreneur Kathleen Wright organised the Johnsonville Youth Grants in the Johnsonville Shopping Centre who also put their support towards the grants. PHOTO: Julia Czerwonatis
ing sport, music, science, arts and more. Tamara Anderson is year 12 student at Onslow College and has received funding for her tennis. “I feel very fortunate to be one of the recipients – it’s an incentive to keep being ambitious, and it’s ensuring that our community believes in us,” Tamara says. She has recently represented New Zealand at the junior Fed Cup in Hungary competing against the top 16 teams in the
world. “I’m inspired by all the hard work the awardees have put towards their goals, and I’m extremely thankful that our efforts have been recognised,” Tamara concludes. Chris whose family business belongs to the founding sponsors thanked the sponsors Autostop Johnsonville, Mint Property Managers Peter and Jenny Cohen, Guy Callender from Churton Homes and the Rotary Club of Johnsonville. The trust hopes that, in the fu-
ture, more local businesses join in supporting the community leaders of tomorrow. “The Johnsonville Youth Grants wouldn’t be possible without local businesses who believe in our youth,” Chris says. “I have the strong belief that it is important to give back to the community.” A list of all youth grant recipients with background information will be available on the new Johnsonville Youth Grants website early November.
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Bookshop Day Stephen Daisley, current Creative New Zealand Randell Cottage Writing Fellow, will read at Millwood Gallery (291b Tinakori Road, Thorndon) on New Zealand Bookshop Day, Saturday, October 28, from 3.30-5pm. In 2016 Stephen won the inaugural Ockham Book Award for Fiction with his novel Coming Rain and, in 2011, in Australia, he won the Prime Minister’s Literary Award for fiction for his first novel, Traitor. Thorndon’s historic Randell Cottage, built in 1867, has been a writers’ residency for New Zealand and French writers on a six-month alternating cycle since 2001.
City Mission appeal The Wellington City Mission will launch their Christmas Star Appeal on Monday, October 30. It’s the mission’s biggest appeal of the year where they collect much needed goods and funds to help people in need both during the Christmas season and into the new year. Last Christmas, they were able to feed around 3000 people, provide children with over 9300 gifts, and support 31 other local social service agencies. This year, they plan a Christmas Walk of Fame which will be displayed on Wellington’s waterfront in December and the Star Car Christmas Raffle where people can win a new Mitsubishi Mirage, among other amazing prizes.
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inbrief news Community Diwali celebrations Everyone in the Newlands community is invited to join in celebrating Diwali at the Newlands Community Centre on Sunday, October29, 4-6pm. There will be food, music and performances by members of Kurinji Kumaran temple and Hari Krishna temple. Free entry, all welcome.
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Being a leader with integrity and empathy Northern ward councillor Jill Day was appointed deputy mayor of Wellington four weeks ago after Paul Eagle, newly elected MP for Rongotai, resigned from his position. Jill joined the Wellington City Council last year and has been holding the children and young people, and the Maori relationship portfolio. Independent Herald reporter Julia Czerwonatis speaks to Jill about what happened in her first weeks as deputy, her connection to the northern ward and her ambitions in her new role. How did you experience the first few weeks as Wellington’s deputy mayor?
It’s been a case of bringing myself up to speed with how things work at this level. Right after the announcement, I was getting ready to head away to Canberra, Wellington’s sister city, to a Capital Collaboration event. It was school holidays, so I had to do a bit of extra juggling to manage what [my three kids] were doing. But my family has been very supportive. So have been my colleagues and the community. It’s great to know that they are backing me. So what has changed for you now?
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When growing up in Johnsonville and going to Onslow College, did you ever dream of ending up where you are now?
No, I can’t say that I even thought that this would be the point that I am at now. But I’ve always had this very strong justice drive and wanted to be in the community making a difference where I can. So this is an amazing opportunity for me.
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Being able to be a leader with integrity and to help people see how it is for others. We live in a world where we tend to be so focused on what we need to do to get through the day that we don’t always look around and see other people’s perspective. That’s what we have also seen in our national politics throughout this election; empathy was a huge part of this campaign. While we look at it nationally, we as a council need to look at it locally which is why local government has an important role to play. If you could change one thing in Wellington, right here and right now, what would that be?
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New/old chief executive Wellington City Council has reappointed its chief executive Kevin Lavery last week. He is on a five year contract expiring in April. Councillors have agreed to reappoint him for another two years, the maximum extension allowed under the Local Government Act. “This is a very busy time for our city and our council – with an ambitious agenda including major housing reforms, sorting out our
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The Malaysian Society of New Zealand celebrated Diwali/Deepavali last week with members and friends in the Johnsonville Community Centre. PHOTO: Supplied
It was a joyous week for Hindu community in Wellington, as families from Malaysia, India, Singapore, Fiji, Sri Lanka and other countries celebrated Diwali with dance, food, music and get-togethers. For Wellington Mayor Justin Lester, Diwali is one of his favourite times of the year. “It’s a chance for Wellington to celebrate its diversity of culture, its richness and it’s a chance for everyone to share with one another,” Justin says. Aligned with the Lunar Calendar, Diwali marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. The word, originated from the Sanskrit Deepavali, means “row of lights” and is a celebrated over four to five days.
Each day of Diwali has its own myth to tell, all celebrating the victory of goodness over evil, and light over darkness. The probably most popular story commemorates Hindu prince Lord Rama and his return from a 14-yearlong exile. When Rama, his wife Sita, and brother Lakshman came back from the jungle they lived in during their exile, the people of Ayodhya, the capital of Rama’s kingdom, illuminate their way home with so-called diyas, little oil lamps, and burst crackers. Other myths associated with the Festival of Lights celebrate the marriage of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and Lord Vishnu. Mother Kali, the dark goddess of strength, and Lord Ganesha who symbolises auspiciousness and wisdom are also
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With the start of the rodeo season on Labour weekend, animal welfare organisation SAFE have a launched a new campaign to raise awareness for calves, horses and bulls that can be subject to stress and fear in the name of entertainment. SAFE unveiled billboards and a hard-hitting video with confronting images depicting dogs being roped around their necks. “There would be overwhelming national outrage if dogs were treated the way farmed animals are,” Mandy Carter, campaigns director, says. “However, this is exactly the type of brutal treatment calves will be subjected to at rodeos across New Zealand over the rodeo season. “We aim to challenge the double-standards over animal treatment by showing what wouldn’t be allowed by law (dog roping), compared with animal cruelty that is still allowed (calf roping).” As the web page Dogrodeo.co.nz explains, whilst dog roping doesn’t happen, something equally as abhorrent does – calf roping (also known as ‘rope and tie’). In calf roping, the young animal is forced to burst out of a chute at top speed, chased by a rider on horseback, only to be stopped short with a choking rope around their neck. The rider then dismounts, throws the calf to the ground and ties three legs together as quickly as possible. “Every year, vulnerable young calves are put through this highly stressful ordeal for the sake of entertainment and ‘fun’ for rodeo participants,” Mandy says. In 2016, over 62,000 people signed a petition calling for a ban on rodeo and presented it to Parliament. A Horizon poll also showed that 59 percent of Kiwis supported a ban on rodeo. Only 25 percent wanted this cruel entertainment to remain. “Caring New Zealanders have spoken loud and clear. It’s time for this bullying of animals to be canned,” Mandy states.
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From the highest point at Ladbrooke Grove, Gilberd Bush Reserve track gently zig-zags down across the gully to the entrances at Bayswater Place and Fernhaven Grove. With stunning views of the harbour, Somes Island and the Rimutaka Range, the nature reserve is a little haven right at seams of the northern suburb. Cigna’s Wellington branch closed its office doors last Wednesday as staff headed out to Newlands to clean up the Gilberd Bush Reserve. Close to 200 Cigna team members wrapped up in warm clothes braving the rain and wind and scattered across the reserve to pick up litter. “We’re closing once a year to help out somewhere in the community,” Lance Walker, Cigna chief executive, says. “The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is Nature
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EYE ON CRIME In Johnsonville a vehicle parked in Kimball Place had its front passenger window smashed and a handbag snatched from the seat. A female neighbour who had been painting a fence in the garden witnessed the incident and challenged the offender who threatened violence. In the event the offender dropped the handbag and ran to a nearby car and drove off.
The registration number of the vehicle was noted and given to police. Although the handbag was recovered it was found later that a radar detector was stolen from the vehicle. A Housing New Zealand owned flat in Macaulay Street with an insecure door lock was entered. The property is undergoing repairs and cleaning.
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Karori Arts and Crafts Centre (KACC) celebrate a renaissance of the traditional crafts of spinning and weaving with their latest meetup group. Once a week, the spinners, weavers and those who aspire to learn the skills, meet to make scarves, blankets, wall hangings and more in an old-fashioned manner with wheels and knitters looms. “It’s all those old skills that are slowly coming back now,” Margaret Taylor, Karori Arts and Crafts manager, says. “But anything to do with wool has always been popular – it has never really left us.” For spinning and weaving group member Theresa Gallacher spinning is “very relaxing”, and she
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created a reserve, then leased the house until about 1997 – it has been unoccupied since. The Halfway House has recently been restored to its former glory. It has new piles, a new roof, replaced weatherboards and two cast iron fireplaces. It even has an early settler Victorian farm garden created by the Halfway House Heritage Gardeners. “Finding a long term tenant with a focus on the preservation and sustainable use of the house and surrounding gardens is a priority,” Claire Bibby from the Glenside Progressive Association explains. “It really needs a new tenant to continue its legacy.” The Halfway House is having an open day on Sunday, October 29, from 10am as part of Wellington City Heritage Week, so members of the public can experience the history and cultural heritage of the site up close and personal. More information can be found on wellingtoncityheritageweek. co.nz.
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Glenside’s Halfway House, was built around 1885 and has recently been restored – now council is inviting Wellingtonians to bring life back into the historic building. PHOTO: Supplied
Local business network group supports Mary Potter Members of the Positively Wellington BNI Chapter were on hand at the Mary Potter Hospice to acknowledge their fundraising efforts and officially place a plaque on the recognition board at the hospice, two weeks ago. The local business network group with around 40 members meet every Friday morning, and over the past 12 months have held a series of events to raise funds for Mary Potter. The highlight was a recent mid-winter Christmas charity auction that raised $5760 in just one night. “Getting support from our local community is so important for the sustainability of Mary Potter Hospice,” Philippa Sellens, Mary Potter’s acting chief executive, says. “We are incredibly grateful to all the Positively Wellington
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Summer, sun and shopping fun! After a long, windy and wet winter, everyone is craving a fresh start into a new season full of sun, good food, and some treats for home and the wardrobe. Yes, it’s time to pack up those heavy boots, nubby mittens, and gargantuan scarves, and poise yourself for nothing short of a spring revival. The Johnsonville Shopping Centre is located right in the heart of the suburb and with about 50 shops under one roof and further 30 businesses on the wider property, it offers everything a shopper could dream of. Hairdressers, fashion specialist, optometrists, bookshops, food stores – everyone, from small local businesses to widespread Kiwi companies, will open their doors daily and provide all their customers with excellent service. Getting to Johnsonville Shopping Centre couldn’t be easier – the mall is just north
of Wellington on State Highway 1, 10 minutes from the CBD, and with over 500 free carparks travelling on four wheels is nice and easy. Bus and train stop conveniently on the mall’s doorstep. The Kidsville play area right in the Centre Court will be busy bustling with the upcoming school holiday programme. The Shopping Centre also has a dedicated Parent’s Room and Changing Facility, located adjacent to the Foodcourt where a wide range of delicious treats can re-fill empty shoppers’ tummies. Stuck for gift ideas? Want to reward someone for a job well done? A Johnsonville Shopping Centre Gift Voucher is the ideal gift for friends, family or colleagues. The gift vouchers are available in $10, $25 or $50 denominations and redeemable at most stores. Simply pop into the Centre Management Office, above Toyworld, to purchase.
With Rotary Johnsonville president William Nobelen
How did you get into the funeral business? I began my funeral directing career 10 years ago having been “prompted” by my wife Carole to seriously consider the idea! Previously I had worked for a large government department in a variety of administrative roles.
What do you enjoy about your profession? I love the interaction I have with my
It’s a quite a special year for the Rotary Club of Johnsonville – in June the local Rotarians celebrated their 50th anniversary since it was chartered on April 15, 1967. So for funeral business owner William Nobelen it has been a unique honour to take over this year’s presidency. Independent Herald reporter Julia Czerwonatis talked to William about how he become manager of Affordable Funeral Directors and what he has planned ahead as the current Rotary president.
When did you become involved with Rotary?
Community Centre to support the Life Education Trust. We have also worked closely with Challenge 2000, Plunket, House of Grace, schools, and many other local community groups.
I joined the Rotary Club of Johnsonville nearly 10 years ago and am currently serving my second term as president.
As current president, what have you planned for the months to come?
funeral families; being trusted to walk a few steps with them on their grief journey is a great privilege.
What Rotary projects that you have been involved with in the past have inspired you? Johnsonville Rotary for many years ran an annual book fair in the Johnsonville
We will shortly run “Toot For Tucker” again over two nights in Johnsonville West and Churton Park collecting food and donations for the Foodbank. We are arranging for “Booknook” cabinets to be installed at two local
supermarkets. The idea is that you take a book away and leave another one in the cabinet to replace it. We will again manage the “Healthy Heroes” in a local school next year. This is a nine week project designed to encourage primary school children away from computer, TV and phone screens and to focus more on physical exercise, healthy eating, helping around the home and in the community, reading, starting a hobby etc. We’d love more people to join us; please contact us at johnsonvillerotary.org.nz
Wednesday October 25, 2017
Just Cuts Hair Salon — consistent and economical Aroha Ingram is a hairdresser with many years of experience and is proud to have recently acquired ownership of the Johnsonville branch of Just Cuts. At Just Cuts - Style Cuts for the whole family are available and no appoint-
ment is necessary. If you want a quality Style Cuts™ cut from an experienced hairdresser then we’ve got you covered! Just Cuts specialise in cutting for men, women and children of any age for just
$29.00. Plus, every one of our Stylists is a fully qualified professional, trained in the latest hairdressing trends and techniques. The friendly and professional team look forward to welcoming you soon.
especially all kinds of Pho and noodles soup. Our food is full of flavour from different kinds of Vietnamese mint and herbs, also the food is fresh and prepared daily. For three years these
have been our local favourite. If you havent tried us before then head to Johnsonville Mall today. We take orders on the phone and orders for office lunch or tea. Please call 020 4036 9761 to make your order.
nail services with latest SNS products and gel polish. Also, we've developed a new sister brand called "Fabulash Brows". We offer this brand with microblading and a semi-permanent make up service with the high quality products and tools, tinting, waxing. Eyelash extensions are also now availa-
ble in this salon. 4 Seasons Nails is now a one stop-shop salon where you can get all beauty done at once! Bookings and walk-ins are welcome. Gift vouchers are also available for your Christmas Gift! Call 478 5708 or book online at www.4seasonsnails.co.nz
wedding , we would love to help you. The little lace dress is a wardrobe essential and the linen shift dress teamed back with a jacket will take you anywhere. Verge acrobats are hot on demand, they give great comfort and style. There are plenty of metallic
printed T’s in rose gold and silver wear back with the white ankle grazer and team with your favourite sneakers. The shop is full of florals and stripes, stars and spots, brights and neutrals. Call in, we would love to see you. The Team at Glorias
Pho Bac Pho Bac is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant located in Johnsonville Shopping Mall. We have a wide range of healthy salads, summer rolls, spring rolls, traditional Vietnamese Banh Mi, fried rice, chicken curry, stir fried beef,
4 Seasons Nails 4 Seasons Nails has been relocated to the new and bigger salon just opposite our old salon in the Johnsonville Mall. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients who have been coming to us for the last 10 years. We now have been settled in our news salon and continue to offer all our current
Glorias Yes, the warmer weather is coming, I can feel it in the air. The summer holidays are fast approaching and if you need to get that wardrobe sorted call in to see the latest styles. If its something you need for a casual day at the beach, or a night out in town, or that summer
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Wednesday October 25, 2017
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Learn to budget and save. 3.00pm, Sunday 5,12 and 19 November, Broderick Road Chapel, Johnsonville. Contact Bruce 478 9411 or book online www.capnz.org
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NORTHLAND SCHOOL Applications for Out of Zone Enrolment for Terms 1 and 2, 2018 Enrolment at Northland School is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office or the school website www. northland.school.nz. The Board of Trustees has made a limited number of places available for out of zone students in Terms 1 and 2, 2018. As the Board operates an enrolment scheme, it is required to fill any vacant out of zone places by ballot in cases where there are more applications for enrolment than there are places available. Under the terms of the enrolment scheme siblings of out of zone children currently at the school get priority for available places. The deadline for receipt of applications for out of zone places is 4.00pm Friday 10 November. If necessary a ballot will be held on Monday 13 November. Parents will be informed of the outcome of the ballot within three school days of the ballot being held. Application forms for the ballot are available from: Northland School 14 Harbour View Road, Northland, Wellington 6012 email@example.com
Board of Trustees Election Nominations are invited for the election of 2 parent representatives to the board of trustees.
A nomination form and a copy of this notice will be posted to all eligible voters.
Phone: 477 477 44045 Phone: 025
Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office. Nominations close at noon on 17 November 2017 and may be accompanied by a candidate’s statement. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candidates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school.
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Nominations are invited for the election of 2 parent representatives to the board of trustees. A nomination form and a notice calling for nominations will be posted to all eligible voters. You can nominate another person to stand as a candidate, or you can nominate yourself (make sure you sign both parts of the form). Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office. Nominations close at noon on Friday, 17th November 2017 and may be accompanied by signed candidates’ statements. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candidates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school. Voting closes at noon on Friday 1st December 2017. Karen Saunders, Returning Officer
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Parent Election Notice Board of Trustees’ Mid-Term Election Nominations are invited for the election of 2 parent representatives to the board of trustees. A nomination form and a notice calling for nominations will be posted to all eligible voters. You can nominate another person to stand as a candidate, or you can nominate yourself (make sure you sign both parts of the form). Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office. Nominations close at noon on Friday, 17th November 2017 and may be accompanied by signed candidates’ statements. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candidates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school. Voting closes at noon on Friday 1st December 2017.
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Board of Trustee’s Mid-Term Election Nominations are invited for the election of 2 parent representatives to the board of trustees. A nomination form and a notice calling for nominations will be posted to all eligible voters. You can nominate another person to stand as a candidate, or you can nominate yourself (make sure you sign both parts of the form). Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school office. Nominations close at noon on Friday, 17th November 2017 and may be accompanied by signed candidates’ statements. The voting roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed during normal school hours. There will also be a list of candidates’ names, as they come to hand, for inspection at the school. Voting closes at noon on Friday 1st December 2017. B. Edwards Returning Officer
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We all need to take medicines at some time during our lives - for some it is everyday, others only sometimes for a cold or headache. Self Care pharmacists can provide you with the fact card Safe Use of Medicines, and help you with any questions you have about any medicines you are taking. Whether you buy medicines or get them on prescription, Self Care pharmacists advise that they have some good suggestions for taking medicines properly, and for getting the best results from their use. Know what your medicines are for. Even if your doctor has explained, when you collect your medicines discuss with your pharmacist what each medicine is for. Your pharmacist can give you information on the expected effects of each medicine and how to take or use them correctly, and whether they will interact with other medicines you have been prescribed or medicines that you have purchased. Before taking any medicine, read the label carefully to confirm you are taking the correct medicine, the correct dose, at the correct time. This is especially important if you take many medicines at different times of the day. Labels have other important information such as when to take the medicines in relation to
food (with food or on an empty stomach), whether the medicine must be swallowed whole, whether it has to be used-up by a certain date. Pharmacists can also advise you if you miss a dose and when to take the next one. Sometimes medication may be large and difficult to swallow. Not all tablets and capsules can be halved or crushed and your pharmacist can help you with this. Talk to your pharmacist if you develop any unusual symptoms after you start taking a medicine. It is best to get this checked out as it may be an allergic reaction or an unwanted side effect of the medicine. Always measure liquid medicines accurately, using proper measures, to make sure you get the correct dose. A range of reusable measuring devices are available from pharmacies and your pharmacist can advise you on the one most suitable for you and your family. Drink a large glass of water as you swallow tablets or capsules. This will stop the medicine becoming stuck in your throat and help it get down to your stomach quickly to start working as soon as possible. It helps to lean forward as you swallow. Only take medicines that have been prescribed for you, and those recommended for you by your pharmacist. Do not use other people’s medicines because
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John “Mystery” Morrison – a well-known and highly respected former international cricketer – was inducted as a life member at Onslow Cricket Club’s 86th Annual General Meeting on Saturday night. John has contributed a great deal to Onslow cricket over the years, his friends at the club say. “I have been impassioned about making John a life member because he is a great Onslow man from way back, lived in Trelissick Cresent, played junior rugby for Onslow and played Cricket for Onslow,” Andy Wilson, who nominated John as a life member, says. John grew up around Ngaio and Khandallah and at the age of
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Embracing that losing feeling A loss at the right time can always be a positive and that will be the case for the All Blacks after Saturday’s 23-18 defeat to the stubborn Wallabies in Brisbane. The loss will inject the Aussie’s with a bit of self belief which is good for the hurting global game but the men in black shouldn’t be too disheartened. The All Blacks were missing a number of frontline players and with A solid more than 50 players set to wear the silver fern in 2017, the reality is that there have been plenty of injuries and personal reasons to keep the coaching staff and selectors busy. The All Blacks lost a dead-rubber game while blooding new players. So, what did we learn? Beauden Barrett is the best No. 10 in the country while Ben Smith is easily the best fullback. The forwards miss the physicality and work rate of Brodie Retallick in the tight stuff. The end of year Northern Hemisphere tour will be fascinating. Applications are available at our recruitment office or at the security gate based in the Ngauranga George in Wellington. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.
The prospect of seeing dynamic 20-year-old hooker Asafo Aumua in action while Jack Goodhue has a great chance at nailing down a long-term midfield spot. There is still a need to find a third halfback and a third No. 10 but blooding more than 50 players this year proves the All Blacks have depth which is the envy of the world considering their strong winning record this year. The other interesting factor will be to see how the defence goes with coaching guru Wayne Smith having stepped away after the loss on Saturday. Rest assured though, this is the All Blacks - success is a key aspect of the brand and it’s woven into the fabric of the iconic jersey. Winning is a habit and for this team it is the expectation each time they play. The facts are they can’t win all the games and some games are more important than others. Let’s learn from it and build to win the games that matter over the next two years. View the Wainuiomata News
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Form expression (5) 2.Contract Sent (11) Directs (6) 50. Act stealing (5) 3. Deep waterhole, ... well (8) 21. Carry weapons, bear ... (4) Water vapour (5)(5) Shy (8)waterhole, 18. 18. Skull (7) 50. Act ofof stealing 3. Deep ... well (8) 49. 21. Carry weapons, bear ... (4) 49. Water vapour 3. Shy (8) Skull (7) boss(6) (6) 23.21. Sister (3)(4) (4) 50.50. Gambol (5)(5) 4.4.Of public revenue 21. Disorder 4. Newspaper boss (6) 23. Sister (3) Gambol 4.Newspaper Of public revenue (6) Disorder Solution SOLUTION 5.Topic Topic (5) 25.23. Small flap (3) SOLUTION 5. Turn outwards (5)(5) 23. Racket (3) (3) 5. Turn outwards 5. (5) Racket 25. Small flap (3) last week – 18 October For For August April 9, 11, 2003 2004 6.French French manor house(7) (7) 27.25. Wrench apart (4) SOLUTION SOLUTION 6. Constrict (7)(7) house 25. Take by apart sips (3) 6. Constrict Take by sips (3) For For August April 9, 11, 2003 2004 6. manor 27. Wrench (4) Solution last week, 11 November 7. Ballista (8) 28. Dupe (7) For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 For For July April 28, 9, 2003 2004 7. Ballista Has high 27. 27. Stake (4) (4) 7. Has high morals(8)(8) Stake 7. (8)morals 28. Dupe (7) The number five(6) (6) 30.28. Sharp scolding (6) 8.8.The Reduce (6)(6)five 8. Reduce 28. Artlessness (7) (7) Artlessness 8. number 30. Sharp scolding (6) Fence (7) 32.30. Two year-old sheep (3) 9. Sanction Low chair;Chaise Chaise ... (6) 9.9.Fence Sanction (7)(7) 30. Low chair; ...(3) (6) 9. (7) 32. Two year-old sheep 10. Raise the spiritsofof(5) (5) 33.32. Seaman(inf) (3)(3) (3) 10. Audacity (5) Expert; ...(3) hand 10. Audacity (5)spirits 32. Expert; ... hand 10. Raise the 33. Seaman(inf) 16. N. American deer (7) 34.33. Haggle (6)(3) 16. Arrange in deer steps (7) Strange 16. Arrange in steps (7)(7) 33. Strange (3) 16. N. American 34. Haggle (6) 17. Alfalfa (7) 35.34. Relating origin(7) (7) 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) Zealous (6) 17. ‘Old Blue Eyes’ Frank ...(7) 34. Zealous (6) 17. Alfalfa (7) 35. Relating totoorigin 19. Follow (5) (5)(5) 36.35. W.brisk capital(4) (4) 19. Competitor InSamoan brisk time(music) 19. Competitor 35. In time(music) (7) (7) 19. Follow (5) 36. W. Samoan capital 20. Aural pain (7) 37.36. Finish (3) 20. N.Z. Prime Minister U.S. state 20. N.Z. Prime Minister 36. U.S. state (4) (4) 20. Aural pain (7) 37. Finish (3) 22.1975-84 Giant cactus (7) ... ... 39.37. Exclamation surprise (3) 1975-84 Robert Biblical vessel (3) SirSir Robert (7)(7) 37. Biblical vessel 22. Giant cactus (7) 39. Exclamation ofof(3) surprise (3) 24. Termagant (3) 41.39. Loosen (4) 22. Boils Curve (3) 22. Boils (7)(7) (3) 39. Curve (3)(4) 24. Termagant 41. Loosen 24. Catch Cupid (4) 26. Barristers(collectively) (3) 43.41. Learned (7) 24. Catch (3)(3) 41. Cupid (4)(7) 26. Barristers(collectively) (3) 43. Learned 26. Group of whales Exposed to air (7) 29. Skilful (5) 45.43. Unborn offspring (6) 26. Group of whales (3)(3) 43. Exposed to air (7)(6) 29. Skilful (5) 45. Unborn offspring 29. Topic Female relatives 31. Assume thecharacter characterofof(11) (11) 48.45. Can speak twolanguages languages (9) 29. Topic (5)(5) 45. Female relatives (6) (6) 31. Assume the 48. Can speak two (9) 31. Uninvited (4-7) An endless time(Lat) 32. Golf peg(3) (3)guest 49.48. N.Z. naval base (9) (9) (9) 31. Uninvited guest (4-7) 48. An endless time(Lat) 32. Golf peg 49. N.Z. naval base (9) Deoxyribonucleic acid handed people(inf) Deoxyribonucleic acid 49. 49. LeftLeft handed people(inf) (9) (9) 32.32.
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Independent Herald 25-10-17