North Shore Times : December 9th 2010
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We are fortunate to have Annetjie as our Hygienist with 20 years experience. Our aim is to provide quality Dental care utilising the latest techniques & technology. Please phone 480 6629 for an appointment 114 DENTALSTUDIO 3223453AE More Shine hours By SARAH CODDINGTON A service that helps people living with dom- estic abuse on the North Shore is extending its hours. Safer Homes in NZ, or Shine, had to stop offer- ing a 24-hour service to help families dealing with domestic violence as part of government cutbacks last year because of the recession. Since then the service has been given funding money from the government s community response fund and the 24-hour service will be starting again. Shine executive direc- tor Jane Drumm says they had no alternative but to reduce services on the North Shore. This meant that terri- fied women and their children could not be assisted by us in the evenings or in the weekends, says Mrs Drumm. Two new programmes will be starting including KIDShine. The pro- gramme will work with children who are traumatised by the daily fear and horrifying things they see and hear living in violent homes, says Mrs Drumm. The other new service is safe@home which upgrades the security of high-risk victims homes, making it possible for them to live safely. The seriousness and fre- quency of family violence offending escalates over time and so it is vital that proactive support is offered, she says. Mayor in chair on Shore By SARAH CODDINGTON To the point: Auckland mayor Len Brown talks with Devonport resident Sarah Bloomfield at the Mayor in the Chair event on Hurstmere Rd in Takapuna. North Shore residents lined up for a chance to voice their con- cerns to Auckland mayor Len Brown. Mr Brown pulled up a chair at Hurstmere Green in Taka- puna and invited the public to ask questions or share their thoughts and concerns. Takapuna resident Maurice Norton expressed his concern about the makeover plan for Hurstmere Green. He should be talking to the residents, not just the Taka- puna Beach Business Associ- ation. Most of us don t want it to happen, he says. A decision on whether the $2.7 million makeover will go ahead is still pending. Auckland Council com- missioners adjourned a hearing and planned to visit the site before making a final decision. Other meetings held with the mayor were with Youthworx and Grey Power members. Devonport resident Sarah Bloomfield talked to the mayor about an open day to welcome back the Kestrel public open day. Ms Bloomfield also chatted about the possibility of making the ferry a flagship vessel for the council to use during the Rugby World Cup. Mr Brown has held a series of Mayor in the Chair events around Auckland. I m getting a good, first- hand feel for the people and the issues, he says.
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