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BAY CHRONICLE, MAY 26, 2011
Attention 12-17yr olds!
Be involved in creating your own space
Work in partnership with adults to design and establish a
building and grounds where youth are the focus.
Young and old (adults to form working support group) are
invited to come to;
Kerikeri Youth Centre Charitable Trust's
Thursday 2nd June, 7pm
St John's Station
357 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri
The Kauri National Park Proposal
An Invitation to Comment
At the request of the New Zealand Conservation Authority, the
Director-General of Conservation is investigating the establishment
of a national park based on the Waipoua Forest in Northland. Land
included in the investigation includes the Waipoua Forest (part of the
Northland Conservation Park), the Waipoua Sanctuary Area, the
Gorrie, Katui, Marlborough Road and Trounson Kauri Park Scenic
Reserves and the Maitahi Wetland Scientific Reserve.The
investigation is pursuant to section 8 of the National Parks Act 1980.
Further information and a public discussion document are available
on the Department's website:
Copies of this discussion document will also be available from 7 June
at the Department's offices in Whangarei, Dargaville, Kaitaia and
Kerikeri, and available for viewing at public libraries throughout
Northland. Copies may also be requested by emailing:
Written suggestions on the proposal should be sent or delivered to:
Kauri National Park Investigation
Department of Conservation
Northland Conservancy Office
149 - 151 Bank Street, Box 842
Suggestions may also be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Written suggestions must be received by noon on Monday 18 July 2011.
A series of public workshops and hui will be held in Northland.
Details will be advertised in local media and also posted on the
Department's website at www.doc.govt.nz/kaurinationalpark
Nau mai, haere mai - all welcome.
Director-General of Conservation
Sir John Logan Campbell
The Trustees of the Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary
Estate invite applications for charitable grants from the
income of the Estate.
Generally charitable grants will be for purposes beneficial
to the community or advancement of education.
The overriding requirement being that the purpose is
of "public benefit" for a wide section of the community
within the provincial district of Auckland. Refer to grant
guidelines for geographic area.
Applications from individuals or for non-charitable
purposes are not eligible.
Applications must be submitted on the appropriate form
and received by 15 September 2011.
Application forms and guidelines may be downloaded
or by contacting:
Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate
PO Box 26072
Phone (09) 524 6442
THE MARKET PLACE
At Pete's Place, 460 Kerikeri Road
Every Sunday 9am-3pm
To pre book
Phone Christine 09 407 5906
"Check out our 1950's Diner and grab an
American Hot Dog"
"All Things Feminine" -
A morning for WOMEN ONLY
with guest speaker Dr Eloise Caswell.
from Kerikeri Medical Centre
10am-12noon Friday 27th May,
Kingston House, 123 Hone Heke Road, Kerikeri.
Target audience 55 yrs + however
all women welcome.
Morning tea provided. An indication of numbers,
and gold coin donation would be appreciated.
TE TII (WAITANGI) B3 TRUST
Panui to Tupuna Whanau Reps &
TWR & INFORMATION HUI
The Trust has a number of important matters that are being
considered this coming year and we also would like to clarify
trustee duties. With endorsement from our Tupuna Whanau
Representatives we will be holding workshops on the
• Workshop one "Strategic Decisions"
• Workshop two "Roles & Responsibilities of Trustees"
• Workshop three "Sections of the Trust Order"
Saturday, 28th May 2011 from 9.00am at Copthorne
Waitangi, Treaty room 2
RSVP: Pania Sigley 09 4025146 or email
Annual General Meeting
Saturday 18 June 2011 commencing at 10:30am
at Rawhitiroa Marae, SH 1, Te Ahuahu
1. Minutes of AGM dated 22 April 2007
2. Matters Arising
3. Reports - Rawhitiroa Marae Committee - Chairpersons,
4. Auditor s Report
5. Appointment of Auditor
6. Election of Officers (Marae Committee/Marae Trustees)
7. Trustee Replacements & Role and Responsibilities
8. Other/General Business
Adrienne Tari (Secretary - Marae Committee)
Ph: (09) 405 2209
WAIMA PRIMARY SCHOOL
Board of Trustees By-Election
Nominations are invited for the election of one parent
representative to the Board of Trustees. A nomination form
and a copy of this notice will be posted to all eligible voters.
Additional nomination forms can be obtained from the school
office. Nominations close at noon on 24/06/2011 and may be
accompanied by a signed candidate s statement. The voting
roll is open for inspection at the school and can be viewed
during normal school hours. There will also be a list of
candidates names, as they come to hand, for inspection at
The poll closes at noon on 8/07/2011.
Signed: H Mokaraka,
The Takou Marae Project
Committee is fundraising for a
When? Sunday 29 May
Where? Homestead Hotel Kerikeri
What? Batons up draw 11.30am.
All mystery money envelopes.
Batons up tickets will be all presold.
Then? Texas Poker @ 1pm
First prize $500
Registration Texas Poker $25.00
There are only limited Batons up tickets available
For further information please contact
Nora Rameka 021 1512924
CREATIVE FIBRE EXHIBITION
Kerikeri Primary School Hall
Hone Heke Road
Queen's Birthday Weekend
Friday 3rd June 3pm - 5.30pm
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th June 9am - 4.30pm
Monday 6th June 9am - 2pm (Award Ceremony 2pm)
Weaving, Spinning, Knitting, Felting, Crochet
HAVE A GO
Cherry Park House
Monday 30th May
Cherry Park House
Bay of Islands District
Food Bank 2pm Tuesday
7th of June, Catholic parish
Northern News & The Bay Chronicle
Ph: 0800 022 812 - Fax 0800 022 815
*Queens Birthday Deadlines*
Phone in and
WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE 2011
2.30pm Fri 3rd June
12.30pm Fri 3rd June
THURSDAY 9th JUNE 2011
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