North Shore Times : November 12th 2010
4 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 NEWS The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust proudly present their WE NEED YOUR HELP to help the National Burn Centre Please bring this event to the attention of your boss/CEO and ask them to book a table for YOUR COMPANY! All proceeds to the National Burn Centre An ideal way to entertain clients and staff while supporting a very worthy cause. With special guest speaker Friday 3 December From 7.30pm at TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre 770-834 Great South Road, Manukau The Rt Hon John Key Prime Minister be interviewed on stage by Paul Holmes CNZM. Your MC - Kerre Woodham, entertainment by Ewen Gilmour and dance the night away with Black Salt. Tickets are $1850 + gst for a table of 10 and include a uperb three course dinner and complimentary drinks. PLEASE BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW by phoning Shandall on 09-531-5910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org G t di thi k d EATING RIGHT INOURSPECIALISSUE:• Theincreasinglyfineartofshopping, cooking and eating • • The c razy world of experimental junk food • How our herbal drink Ch'i came to be Gone Fishin'sGraemeSinclaironthegoodlife SUBSCRIBE TO THE SUNDAY STAR-TIMES AND SAVE! Ph: 0800 SUNDAY (0800 786 329) SUNDAY MAGAZINE Special food issue. Plus Countdown to Summer! Buy Sunday Star-Times from Countdown, Woolworths and Fo andgointhedrawtowinan awesome Summer prize. ESCAPE The best of travel, food, wellbeing and entertainment. ■ Captain's table -- Setting sail on a culinary voyage. ■ Get Growing -- Lynda Hallinan returns with her weekly gardening column. ■ Pop stars -- Top French champagnes under $1 ■ Why we've forgotten how to buy, cook and even eat food. ■ Gone Fishin's Graeme Sinclair on the good life. ■ Extreme snacking -- The crazy world of experimental junk food. ■ How our herbal drink Ch'i came to be. Streaker to face charges By SARAH CODDINGTON Police have charged a Rangitoto College stu- dent after she streaked through the school grounds. Two girls streaked through the main en- tranceway last week. The police were called to New Zealand's largest school by a staff member. One of the girls was arrested and is being charged with disorderly behaviour, police say. A former pupil is awaiting identification by the school. Police say they do not know what charges will be laid against the for- mer pupil. Several students were sent home on early study leave after being in- volved in end-of-term pranks. In another incident, a giant penis was outlined in sand on a cricket pitch at Rosmini School. Female students from another school were responsible. Plunket stalwart A morning tea is being hosted to celebrate Vivienne Haybittle's work with Glenfield Plunket over the past 15 years. If you have had the pleasure of meeting the Plunket nurse you are invited to attend on November 17 from 10am to 11am. It will be at the Lollipops Playland on the corner of Archers and Sunnybrae roads in Glenfield. If you cannot make it on the day but would like to thank Ms Haybittle please send a message to her via email. RSVP by emailing glenfieldplunket @gmail.com. IN BRIEF Toy sale Albany Primary School is holding a fundraiser with a difference on Saturday. It is the Hasbro Pre- Christmas Toy Sale at 221 Albany Highway with more than 20,000 toys and games. Doors open at 8am and the sale closes at 2.30 pm. A percentage of sales go to Albany Primary School. Townswomen The Hillcrest-Northcote Townswomen's Guild recently gave $1500 raised from stalls to De Paul House. The group meets in St Luke's Church Hall, Northcote. Phone 410-3659 or 418-4669 if you would like to join. Readings Christmas is the theme for readings at The Author's Mouth meeting on November 24 at 10am. The group meets in Helga's Fine Food Oasis, 12 Inverness Rd, Browns Bay. Artisan market The Birkenhead Artisan Market is being held on November 20 from 9am to 1pm. There will be mussel fritters, jewellery, books, clothes and more. The market is at Highbury House, 110 Hinemoa St.
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