North Shore Times : December 16th 2010
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THIS IS YOUR BBQ RED. SAVE $4 OFF RRP^ Shot in the Dark Shiraz 2008 750ml $1299 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS CANCELLED EXPORT ORDER! H.Lanvin & Fils Champagne Brut 750ml $3699 1 STANDARD POINT TROPHY, 2 GOLD MEDALS & 5 STARS IN CUISINE MAGAZINE 2009 - HOT PRICE SAVE $23^ Woodstock & Cola 18 Pack Bottles 330ml $2699 1 STANDARD POINT EQUATES TO $17.99 PER DOZEN! Carlsberg 15 Pack Bottles 330ml $2299 1 STANDARD POINT EQUATES TO $18.39 PER DOZEN FREE SOCCER BALL WITH EVERY 15 PACK PURCHASED!# LIQUORLAND FORREST HILL Hon Dr Wayne Mapp MP FOR NORTH SHORE PHONE: 09 486-0005 FAX: 09 486-5336 EMAIL: email@example.com www.waynemapp.co.nz I would like to wish all Nor th Shore r esidents best wishes for the Christmas and New Year break. My office will be closed from 24 December through to 10 January. To contact my office or to receive the for tnightly Mapp Repor t please e-mail; nor thshore@ parliament.gov t.nz www.national.org.nz Policing in East Timor Change in climate: North Shore police area commander inspector Les Paterson is on a peace-keeping mission in East Timor. By MICHELLE ROBINSON North Shore police's area com- mander has taken up a policing role in Timor-Leste. Les Paterson flew out early this month to work with the United Nations Mission in Timor as New Zealand police contingent com- mander. While the area has remained relatively calm in the last two years, things can be fragile in a new democracy so the presence of United Nation's forces is reassuring for residents, Mr Paterson says. New Zealand has about 150 defence force staff based in Timor- Leste's capital Dili, and Australia has more than double that num- ber. The New Zealand police's role has shifted from providing direct frontline support to one of helping establish community policing programmes.'' This policing style has been embraced by the PNTL -- Timor- Leste police, Mr Paterson says. Police learn to work with and consult local communities to prob- lem solve for sustainable solutions, as opposed to just turn- ing up every time there is a prob- lem. People also get to know indi- vidual officers on a more personal level.'' Although New Zealand police on these overseas missions perma- nently carry side-arms, this is more to do with UN and local protocols, Mr Paterson says. He says the most dangerous threats he faces are the intense heat and humidity and the risk of catching a tropical disease from mosquitos. Timor does have some nice beaches, but the wildlife such as salt water crocodiles take some getting used to.'' Mr Paterson is due to return to his normal role in September next year. Inspector Steve Kehoe is North Shore's acting area commander.
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