North Shore Times : November 16th 2010
7 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 16, 2010 NEWS Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971 www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 15th Nov - Sun 21st Nov. All Stores Open 7 Days Stock up with these Great Savings for Fresh NZ Pork! Fresh Pork Shoulder & Leg Roasts Tray of 30 Farm Fresh Size 6 Eggs Mad Butcher Pre Cooked BBQ Sausages only4 $ .99 tray only3 $ .99 kilo Fresh Pork Loin Chops $ only8 .99 kilo only5 $ .99 kilo That's $5.30kg o our everyday low price! This Week Diabetes Awareness Week 16 -- 22 November www.diabetesauckland.org.nz For Dave and for hospice For Dave: Vaughan Clements' painting is being used as a training tool at North Shore Hospice. By LISA HONEYBONE A tribute painting by controversial Devonport artist Vaughan Clements has been gifted to North Shore Hospice as a train- ing tool. Mr Clements created the work For Dave'' earlier this year, shortly after his friend died. I always felt that the North Shore Hospice would be the best place forittohangasitwas the place he died in,'' he says. Mr Clements says as with all his work, it made people stop and think. Some thought it was a little too raw to hang.'' But it was picked up by education and train- ing co-ordinator Jo Hath- awaytobeusedasa training tool. She says they are very honoured to have been gifted the beautiful and personal artwork. It is mounted on the wall of their training room so that all of the health professionals they provide training to can view the work. This helps us to ensure that the voice of those most affected by end-of-life illness re- mains central in all of the palliative care train- ing we provide,'' Ms Hathaway says. It also serves as a per- tinent reminder to us all of our responsibility to ensure that the dying and the bereaved receive the best possible holistic care our communities can provide and the ways in which the services provided by hospice can contribute to this.'' At the hanging cere- mony last month the hospice kaiawhina Tina Pirata said a prayer and named it as a taonga (treasure) of the hospice. It was a very hum- bling experience,'' Mr Clements says. Win a free magazine The North Shore Times has five copies to give away of the latest NZ Life & Leisure magazine featuring a North Shore family who run a cork business. The Hadlee Family began their cork business in 1972 in Portugal. Although this flooring material dropped out of fashion, it is undergoing a resurgence again among green-conscious home owners. NZ Life & Leisure celebrates the stories of gutsy people whose good life hasn't been handed to them on a platter but earned through their give-it-a-go attitude. To enter the competition put your name, address, and daytime phone number on the back of envelope and send it to: NZ Life & Leisure Competition, North Shore Times, PO Box 33-235, Takapuna. Entries close at 10am on November 23.
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