North Shore Times : January 13th 2011
2 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 13, 2011 NEWS Office Ph 489 4189 Fax 486 1950 Editor Peter Eley email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sales Manager Alan Barr email: email@example.com Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: clsad@snl co nz 69,797 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '09.) Delivered each Tuesday/Thursday/ Friday to Albany, Beach Haven, Bayswater, Bayview, Belmont, Birkdale, Birkenhead, Brookfield, Browns Bay, Bushlands, Campbells Bay, Castor Bay, Chatswood, Chester Park, Devonport, Forrest Hill, Glenfield, Greenhithe, Hillcrest, Mairangi Bay, Meadowood, Milford, Murrays Bay, Northcote, Northcross, Okura, Paremoremo, Pinehill, Rothesay Bay, Schnapper Rock, Stanley Point, Sunnynook, Takapuna, Torbay, Unsworth Heights, Waiake, Wainoni, Westlake, Windsor Park. 1 Byron Ave, Takapuna. P.O. Box 33235. www.northshoretimes.co.nz Hours: 8.30am-5pm Best of Fresh for Less Normal trading hours Mon - Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm. All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin NST13/1 Greville Road, Albany Ph (09) 475 5271 174 Mokoia Road, Birkenhead Ph (09) 419 8006 Cnr Kitchener & Shakespeare Roads, Milford Ph (09) 489 8964 343 Albany Highway North Harbour Ph (09) 448 5569 Fresh Courgettes $1.99bag Fresh Round Beans $1.69bag Hawke's Bay White Peaches $2.99bag Nashi Pears $3.99kg Central Otago Sweet Cherries $12.99box Red Capsicums $1.99bag Large Watermelons $4.99ea 300g Large Fortune Plums $2.99bag 1kg 800g 800g 800g Great North Rd and Meola Rd Western Springs 0800 MOTATNZ (0800 668 286) MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY ARTHUR TOYE'S SUMMER FABRIC SALE... ALL STOCK PRICE 1 2 VOGUE PATTERN 1174 AS ON TV ENDS MON JAN 31ST MUST MAKE WAY FOR NEW AUTUMN FABRICS 3376589AA 18 LINK DRIVE WAIRAU PARK PH: 444 0825 (Opposite Hoyts Cinemas) Anniversary Day Regatta Sailing Monday 31 January (9am - 3pm) Adult $155 (incl. lunch) Anniversary Day sailing on the Spirit Join us on the Waitemata Harbour for a special Anniversary Day Regatta experience on board Spirit of New Zealand! For bookings call 373 2060 www.spiritofadventure.org.nz Surf and sand feature in honours list Solo effort: Shaun Quincey has been honoured for rowing the Tasman single handed. The North Shore's affinity with water has been reflected in the New Years Honours. James Campbell of Mai- rangi Bay has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to surf life saving. He has been involved with surf life saving and rugby league since the 1940s. In the 80s he initiated Surf Life Saving New Zealand's youth and beach education programme, which has taught safety skills to thousands of youngsters. He was Surf Life Saving's president from 2007 to mid 2010. He also managed the national rugby league team from 1982 to 1985 and has coached and refereed at prov- incial level. Shaun Quincey of Taka- puna has been also been made a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to solo long distance rowing. Between January and March 2010, he rowed the 2000 km from Australia to New Zealand, becoming the first person to row the Tasman in that direction. Mr Quincey coped with gale- force winds, lack of fresh water and the loss of two oars. He has been a been a volun- teer and trainer for Surf Life Saving New Zealand. His father, Colin, had rowed from New Zealand to Australia some 23 years earlier, a feat for which he was awarded the MBE. They are among five North Shore people honoured in this year's awards. Ewa Katete Haua of Beach Haven has been made a mem- ber of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Maori. She has been involved with Maori Youth and Maori women's affairs on the North Shore for many years. Mrs Haua helped establish kohanga reo in Bayswater, Birkenhead and Devonport and is actively involved in netball. And two North Shore residents have been awarded the Queen's Service Medal for services to education. David James has worked for 50 years in adult edu- cation. He was an early advo- cate for adult literacy edu- cation and developed community education pro- grammes throughout North- land. He was also a trainer for Relationship Services. Jillian Wychel trained as a nurse and primary school teacher and worked for many years in adult education and group facilitation. In 2001, she trained to become a facilitator in the Civil Conversations Project, and American programme designed to enable polarised groups to work together. She continues to work as a Treaty of Waitangi educator.
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