North Shore Times : February 7th 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 24 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 7, 2013 NEWS Lively rendition of music theory Creative: Ian Stone of Mairangi Bay with the My Note Family Music Book he invented. Music notes comes to life'' in a new book invented by a Mairangi Bay man. Ian Stone says regular music theory books are in black and white and unattractive to children. He created the My Note Family Music Book with parents Mr Breave and Mrs Semi-Breave leading the way. They're all characters in their own right. I felt music today was just uncreative and kids can identify with the characters,'' he says. The book ranges from all grades of music, age groups and is suitable for schools and libraries, he says. Visit digitalliquidmusic.com Imagine a society living off scraps. Brilliant. OG_AC1625_NST Free composting workshop near you: Birkdale -- Saturday 23 February 2013 Browns Bay -- Thursday 14 March 2013 Attend a free local workshop. With 3-hour workshops all over Auckland it's easy to find one in your area. Learn which system is right for you -- bokashi, worm farm or compost. On completion, you receive a $46 subsidy on a composting system. Enrol today. Composting turns waste into food. Food and garden waste is best returned to the soil as compost. So learn how to turn your waste into nutritious compost and in three months your family could be enjoying the results. Book online at www.kaipatiki.org.nz or phone 09 482 1172 www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/createyourowneden • All Albert St services from the North Shore will finish on Mayoral Dr opposite AUT. • All Albert St services to the North Shore will depart from Mayoral Dr opposite AUT and travel via Wellesley St and then Albert St. • New all-day city centre departure stops are 7086 on Wellesley St West (outside Civic Theatre) and 7038 on Mayoral Dr (opposite AUT) instead. Albert St stops remain the same. • There are some minor timetable amendments. • No changes to Birkenhead Transport, Hibiscus Coast services, Northern Express and services that do not travel via Albert St. Job 1519_New North Rd bus Advert_02/13 Full information at AT.co.nz For more information phone 09 366 6400 or visit AT.co.nz North Shore bus stop changes from 10 February For East Coast Bays and Ritchies North Shore services only. 5161380A A NORTH SHORE PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL TRUST March Funding Round This Trust provides small grants to charitable societies and organisations whose aim is to improve the health and welfare of children or adults living in the North Shore or Hibiscus Coast areas of Auckland City. In special cases individuals may also be funded. Applications are considered four times a year and must be received by the 7th of March; June; September and 25th November in each year Details required in the application can be obtained from the Trust secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org Having a ball: Torbay resident Hettie Beukes is off to both the men's and women's singles finals of the Australian Open after winning an ANZ prize. The prize included a double pass to the men's and women's finals, return flights for two to Melbourne, and three nights accommodation. This prize was awarded to her by Brad Walker, the ANZ North Shore Regional Manager and David Barrett the Takapuna Branch Manager at the ANZ Lake Rd branch. She won the prize by being registered on ANZ's banking package, called anz@work, which is available to the employees of certain businesses ANZ has a commercial banking relationship with. The North Shore Times wants to help you cel- ebrate and will publish your special pictures in a feature called Miles- tones. Send digital images to nsmilestones- @snl.co.nz, with miles- tones'' in the subject line. Hard copy photos should be sent to Milestones, North Shore Times,PO Box 33-235, I Byron Ave, Takapuna. We also need a full name, address and phone number with full name and address of the person(s) photographed.
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