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From basic huts on the foreshore to a city
of 1.5 million, New Zealand's super city has
had a remarkable history of change and
development over the past 170 years.
This book shows the dramatic changes and
puts the reader in the picture, showing the
past and present with magnificent photographs taken
over the decades.
Beautifully printed in full colour with 144 glossy pages,
measuring 250 mm wide by 246mm high, this book
s a real collectors item. An ideal gift for Father's Day,
Birthdays, Anniversaries and a great Christmas present.
All profits from the sale of this
book go to charities supported
by the Mad Butcher and
Community Trust --
including Project Kidney.
Let's do it for the Kids!
by buying this superb book!
Order your book now by phoning 09 52 52 100 or email
email@example.com or post your order with
cheque made out to The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers
Community Trust, Private Bag 92815, Penrose, Auckland.
A Portr ait of Today
Including GST &
Charities Commission registration number CC34283
Raising Millions for Charity and Community Projects
Sharing music, left: Baradene College's performing arts
department has been in concert to raise funds for
Sistema Aotearoa. The event raised enough to purchase
a cello for Sistema Aotearoa, an orchestra programme
that promotes music making to enhance the personal
and social development of children. Tuition, access to
instruments and participation are free so the donation of
a cello enables another young person to take part.
Sistema Aotearoa leader Dr Joe Harrop, centre, visited
Baradene to receive the cheque and is pictured with
Kelly Harris, Grace Cullen, Caritas Lee, Anita Miranda
and Cindy Gao.
Speech contest, right: The Kiwanis club of St Heliers
held its annual public speaking contest for school
students at St Thomas Anglican Church Hall. Tamaki
College, Edgewater College, Diocesan School for Girls,
Sacred Heart College, Glendowie College and Selwyn
College took part. Sacred Heart's Ben Gatting was the
winner speaking on role models while Muthana Noori
from Selwyn College was the runner-up. He spoke on
race unity. For further information on Kiwanis contact
Graham, phone 575 5485.
Super shopowners: Glen Innes Business Association has announced the winners of its Super Shop competition. Entries were received from 24
shops. At the association's annual general meeting, Tamaki MP Simon O'Connor announced the winners. Best Retail Shop went to Best Kept
Secret. Best hospitality shop was Turo-Turo Restaurant. Best Service Shop was Bruce Gemmell Tyres. Best Food Shop was The Mad Butcher. The
People's Choice Award went to Marsic Brothers and the Overall Super Shop Winner was Best Kept Secret.
Art exhibition: Acorn Early Learning Centre in Glendowie
held a children's art exhibition for parents. The
preschoolers have been working hard on the project for
weeks, experimenting with materials and textures.
Fundraising success: A shark, a volcano and an apple
tree were just some of the wearable art creations on show
at a preschool's charity fundraiser. Natural Steps in
Ellerslie held its own art exhibition and Wearable Arts
fashion show, with all funds raised going to Cure Kids'
Red Nose Day appeal. The preschoolers strutted down
the centre of Leicester Hall in Ellerslie wearing their own
creations. A total of $2000 was raised for Cure Kids.
Pictured are Ruby Barker, above, and, Mickie-James
Photos: SHELLEY GRECO
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