East and Bays Courier : May 9th 2012
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EAST & BAYS COURIER Private Bag 92815 Penrose Ph: 525-1133 ELLERSLIE Ellerslie Bakery 107 Main Rd Lunchbar 212c Marua Rd GLEN INNES Glen Innes Library 108 Line Rd 374-1313 KOHIMARAMA St Thomas' Dairy 136 Allum St 521-3166 MEADOWBANK Meadowbank Dairy 121 Meadowbank Rd 521-5511 MISSION BAY Ash's Superette 297 Kepa Rd 528-3496 MT WELLINGTON Drop In Superette 276 Penrose Rd 527-7208 ORAKEI Orakei Mini Market 170-172 Kepa Rd 528-6297 Orakei Superette 64 Coates Ave 524-7313 PANMURE Panmure Library 7/13 Pilkington Rd 574-6140 PARNELL Parnell Library 545 Parnell Rd 374-1321 Parnell Post Office 299 Parnell Rd 379-4734 REMUERA Mt Hobson Dairy 160 Remuera Rd 520-1181 Remuera Library 429 Remuera Rd 374-1323 Shore Rd Dairy 13a Shore Rd 524-6592 ST HELIERS Long Dr Dairy 57 Long Dr 575-8986 St Heliers Library 32 St Heliers Bay Rd 374-1324 Archive copies can be viewed at the East & Bays Courier Office, Building 14, 666 Great South Rd Penrose The most recent editions can be viewed online for free by clicking on the 'Latest Edition' link at www.eastandbayscourier.co.nz 2576602AA www.eastandbayscourier.co.nz 19 EAST & BAYS COURIER, MAY 9, 2012 NEWS Big money: Auckland Airport corporate affairs manager Charles Spillane, left, and Foundation for Youth Development co-founder Graeme Dingle display some of the old Solari information board pieces which raised $57,913 for the charity. Photo: SIMON WATTS Foundation is now flying high By SCOTT MORGAN TOP BUYS Top five prices paid for information board pieces. $936 Aviation Image board $874 Flight Status board $840 Flight Status board $835 Singles board featuring all the letters of the alphabet, numbers 0-9 $825 Flight Status board The average for all 100 auctions was $579.13. The airport has already had feedback from some purchasers who've got the motors of the board pieces running. Aviation enthusiasts have parted with their cash to raise a huge amount of money for South Auckland kids. Auckland Airport auctioned off parts of its old Solari information board on Trade Me, rais- ing a massive $57,913 for the Foundation for Youth Development. The story featured in the East & Bays Courier on April 25. The organisation runs a number of programmes with local primary and secondary schools, including Kiwi Can, Stars, Project K and MYND for youth offenders. Foundation co-founder Graeme Dingle says the amount of money raised is extraordinary . It doesn t fall from the sky like that every day. It ll be put to good use, he says. We have been in South Auckland for 15 years. In Manurewa alone we have about 6000 kids in programmes. The programmes pro- vide mentors to work with youth, focusing on life skills and values, leadership, team- building and personal development. Airport corporate affairs manager Charles Spillane says it s a great result. To actually see it deliver this sort of ben- efit for the local com- munity is fantastic. It s a way of benefit- ing the local community and having some fun, Mr Spillane says. He says this type of fundraising effort is part of the airport s broader commitment to helping progress the valuable work of some groups in the south. It s also heavily involved in the Southern Initiative, being led by the Auckland Council to raise living standards and employment opportunities in the area. Mr Spillane says the real credit for the success of the auction should go to employees Lucy Thomas and Katie Moore. If they hadn t had that vision, the board would have been chucked in the bin rather than being used to fund programmes for develop- ing local youth, Mr Spil- lane says. Kermadec expedition features Anyone with an interest in the marine environ- ment will appreciate the Kermadec: Expeditions and Connections exhi- bition at the National Library Auckland Centre in Parnell. The Kermadec trench is New Zealand s largest marine reserve and this exhibition combines images, word and sound to describe this pristine environment. The ocean region sur- rounding it is the prod- uct of a violent collision between two continental plates and represents a territory of exceptional diversity. In 2011, nine prominent New Zealand artists travelled to the region on the HMNZS Otago. The artists conse- quent work grapples with the rare biodiversity of the area. A schools programme will complement the exhibition, where National Library staff will work with students to engage their curiosity, encourage them to build their understanding and generate intellectual and creative responses. The exhibition and programme will be open until 21 September at 8 Stanley St, Parnell. It is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Phone Katie Preston 365 8818.
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