North Shore Times : February 19th 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 9 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 19, 2013 NEWS A beautiful home and idyllic lifestyle in a premier location, complete with quality fttings, designer kitchen, heatpump and under tile heating, outdoor living and room to entertain your family and friends, heated pool and gym, theatres and library, café and bar. A life where you dont have to worry about home maintenance and mowing lawns, where you can just lock up and leave on holiday. A life where you have more time for golf, bridge, grandchildren more time for you! This weekend see how ready you really are. SAT & SUN OPEN 11am 3pm 550 Old Albany Highway behind Albany village settlersalbany.co.nz ph: 415 2617 email: firstname.lastname@example.org REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED! THIS WEEKEND from $380,000 APARTMENTS EXCLUSIVE ARE YOU READY? A GOOD LIFE. A SMART MOVE. Premier Lifestyle Villages incorporating Settlers Albany, Fairview Lifestyle Village and Fairview Care Ltd. 5180914AA You are invited by Grey Power to hear The Hon Maryan Street present her Members Bill on aid-in-dying Other speakers are Dr Libby Smales former president of Hospice NZ Yvonne Shaw of EOLC Ves Inc Philipa Malpas Medical Ethics at Auckland University and Helen Yensen who co-wrote articles for Grey Power magazine will attend AT AMI Netball Rooms, Northcote. Friday 22nd February 2013, 1pm-3pm Be informed Contact 09 630 7035 email@example.com Car parking available Speech contest Secondary school stu- dents' speeches could win them a trip to Gal- lipoli for Anzac Day commemorations. Registrations are open for year 12 and 13 students to com- pete in the ANZ RSA Cyril Bassett VC speech competition. Students need to prepare six- to eight- minute speeches on New Zealanders at war. The annual compe- tition is a partnership between the RSA and ANZ to promote a deeper understanding of the sacrifices made by those who have served New Zealand in armed conflicts. Go to rsa.org.nz to find out more. Entries close February 27. $69 nothing over * for a limited time only Albany Outlet - 7 Triton Ave, Albany Glenfield - Westfield Shopping Centre, Cnr Glenfield & Downing St 99 valid only at Community's perspective sought By MARNIE HALLAHAN ' We want to hear people's views on what should happen with this land, and we will make sure the council considers the community's perspective. ' Devonport-Takapuna Local Board chairman Chris Darby. Council listens: Devonport residents are invited to voice their opinions on what should happen with council land at 27 Lake Rd. Calls asking for the public to be consulted on the future use of prime council land in Devonport have been heeded. The Devonport-Takapuna Local Board will host a public meeting on February 27 to seek the local com- munity's views on the future of 27 Lake Rd. Former Devonport community Board member Roger Brittenden calls the site the last remaining significant commercial land on the Devonport peninsula'' and says it is of vital interest'' to the com- munity. It was revealed late last year that the 12,600 square metre prop- erty is one of several around Auck- land being considered for possible sale, in full or in part, by the council. Councillors will decide the future of the site in coming months, says Devonport-Takapuna Local Board chairman Chris Darby. The engagement meeting will allow locals to hear from council officers about various issues with the land, he says, and members of the public will have the oppor- tunity to ask questions and voice their opinions. We want to hear people's views on what should happen with this land, and we will make sure the council considers the community's perspective,'' Mr Darby says. There will be a walking site visit of 27 Lake Rd, directly before the meeting, leaving from outside the clubrooms at 6pm. The meeting will start at 6.30pm inside the adjacent Dacre Park football clubrooms.
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