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Quiet moment: St Cuthbert's
College had a minute of silence to
remember those who were affected
by the earthquake a year ago. Over
the past year the school community
has raised almost $60,000 for the
Christchurch Earthquake Relief
Bake sales, mufti days, sausage
sizzles, red and black ribbon sales,
coin trails, raffles, read-a-thons and
more were set up by girls to raise
money. Others collected messages
of love on countless handmade
cards and put together gift baskets
and care packages to send to
Aranui Primary, which the college
has taken under its wing.
After the September 2010
earthquake St Cuthbert's students
baked thousands of Anzac biscuits
in technology class for Aranui
Primary. They enjoyed them so
much the girls got baking again and
sent down another batch after the
Aranui Primary also received giant
Santa Sacks of chocolate and
lollies at Christmas time.
Pictured are Zoe Ngo and
Samantha Selkon with handmade
cards collected for Aranui Primary.
In red: Parents, staff and children at Parnell Early Childhood Centre celebrated Healthy
Heart Week. They dressed up and had strawberry smoothies. The centre also raised
$65 in gold coin donations for the New Zealand Heart Foundation. The centre aims to
gain a Gold Standard Healthy Heart Award from the foundation by having approved
healthy menus and an exercise programme.
Swimming stars: Drudgery Tarasevich, Emma Hanley and
Mario Koenigsperger did very well at the national age group
swimming championships in Wellington. Emma is Mt
Wellington Swimming Club's rising star and took the
national title for 14-year-old girls in the 200m breaststroke.
Drudgery, 16, is visiting from Russia and showed the
benefits of two months working with Mt Wellington head
coach Igor Demin, to break his best time and the NZ record
in taking a gold in the 50m backstroke. Mario won a bronze
in the 14-year-old 50m freestyle.
Radio star: Wallace Bottomley, whose call-sign is ZLWAL,
set up a transmitting station in front of the St Heliers Bay
Library to celebrate NZ Amateur Radio Day. Radio
amateurs, better known as Hams, are able to provide
emergency communications in the event of a disaster.
First hero: Professor Peter Thorne of
Remuera has been given the inaugural
Hearing Hero Award by the National
Foundation for the Deaf. The award
recognises people who have made an
outstanding contribution to the sector. He
has served as chairman of the founcation
council and on the board of the Deafness
Research Foundation. He was also one of
the lead advocates for the establishment
of a nationwide newborn hearing screening
programme which began in 2007. He is a
professor at Auckland University's
Welcome to our Milestones feature.
You're all welcome to contribute.
It might be a birthday, graduation, baptism,
birth, wedding or anniversary.
Perhaps your child has just learned to ride a
bike or you've retired or been promoted.
We love to hear from schools, service groups
and businesses too.
Send your high resolution digital photos with
names, dates and further details to
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Animation design stu-
dents across Auckland
have until May 3 to sub-
mit entries for the
annual Hamburg Ani-
schools and students
have featured strongly in
the German awards
since it started in 2008.
Film Auckland man-
ager Michael Brook says
New Zealand has a
world-class reputation in
In 2007, Auckland
formed a strategic
alliance with Hamburg
to support growth in cre-
ative industries with a
focus on the screen pro-
The digital graphics,
animation and effects
industry in New Zealand
in 2011 was reported by
Statistics New Zealand
to be worth $470 million.
Award winners have
the chance to win
$14,000 in prizemoney.
Winners will be
announced on June 12.
Go to hamburg-
wettbewerb/ to enter.
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