North Shore Times : November 25th 2010
17 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 25, 2010 NEWS EVERY DAY, MASSEY PEOPLE ARE MAKING DISCOVERIES THAT ULTIMATELY SHAPE OUR LIVES. Professor David Raubenheimer is using tracking technology in Nepal to examine the relationship between the endangered snow leopard, its prey and local villagers. Understanding this relationship is crucial because the effects of climate change are intensifying the conflict between people and wildlife in this inhospitable environment. Massey University researchers exemplify a unique spirit of innovation and leadership. Their discoveries inform the best teaching and enhance communities in New Zealand and around the world. To find out more visit www.massey.ac.nz or call 0800 MASSEY. Enrolments for 2011 are open until 8 December 2010. BUFFALO/MU2462B Our lives are shaped by the discoveries we make Forever discovering Professor David Raubenheimer (right) with Nepali Massey PhD student Achyut Aryal Regatta Market Day Saturday 27th November 11am 4pm Milford Retail market stands, clowns, story teller, busk- ers, face painting, entertainment, Park n Ride Shuttle Bus, sausage sizzle, cafes, fun games for everyone park n ride shuttle service from Carmel College, Shakespeare Rd gold coin fare no parking hassles - just fun!! Tel: 09 443 7640 | Txt: 027 599 2666 Email: email@example.com | www.floristry.school.nz If you have artistic flair and are considering the options for putting it to good use, a Certificate in teach you all you need to know to embark on a rewarding and highly creative career path. Visit o phone or text us to find out about our range of course options. Florristry will ourr website e, BH/6677/6x27/NST 3152818AD 3296348AA LET US MAKE YOUR XMAS THE CHEAPEST EVER IF YOU WANT TO SAVE $$ THIS YEAR MAKE SURE YOU ATTEND OUR ONCE A YEAR SALE Toiletbags - Mens & Ladies, Casual Bags, Purses, Childrens -- Girls & Boys, Sports Bags, Hair Accessories, Nappy Bags, Gift Packs, and much, much more. CRAZY PRICES!! End of Lines and Samples SALE DATES Friday 3rd December 8.30am - 4pm Saturday 4th December 8.30am - 4pm Sunday 5th December 10.00am - 2pm 4/70 Forge Road, Silverdale Cash, Cheques and EFTPOS FACTORY SALE Ready to run: Thomas, Georgia and Jack Winnie wear the Bayswater Kids Duathlon t-shirts with the logo that Georgia designed. T-shirt lasts distance Before the starter s gun sounds at the Bayswater Kids Duathlon, one nine- year-old girl is already a winner. Bayswater School pupil Georgia Winnie has been chosen from dozens of entrants to have her design feature as the event s logo this year. The logo features on the website and every child that enters will get a t-shirt with the print on it. This will be Georgia s fifth year competing in the duathlon. Her brothers Thomas, 10, and Jack, 12, are also taking part. She will be doubly delighted if she gets a placing after coming fourth last year. Her mother Jude encourages her children to take part each year. I m happy because they are getting outdoors and doing something active. And who knows where it could lead to? The duathlon, now in its 15th year, is Bays- water School s major fundraiser. Entrants have a chance to win one of three Hedgehog bikes, and winners in each age category receive a $50 gift voucher. The event is this Sunday, visit www.bays waterkidsduathlon.co.nz for more details and to register.
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