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BAY CHRONICLE, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
Taipa students blend
music and business
Two students from Taipa Area School have turned their passion for music into
Amber Csore and Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi are taking part in the Lion Foundation
Young Enterprise Scheme, powered in Northland by Top Energy.
Their company is called CHUR (Creative Harmonious Ultimate Records). Their
business idea is to create a CD featuring songs performed by Ahomairangi. Both
Amber and Te Karehana are in the band, along with ve other teens from the
Doubtless Bay area.
Amber and Te Karehana are currently producing the band s CD, which will sold at
Taipa Area School, Tai FM, The Warehouse and online.
The YES programme is now supported by Play It Strange, who are focused on
supporting young songwriters throughout the country. Play It Strange CEO Mike
Chunn saw Ahomairangi perform recently and was very impressed with the
band. CHUR will compete with other Young Enterprise music companies for the
RockShop Album of the Year Award.
Amber says the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme has been stressful at
times but they have enjoyed learning how to run a business.
FIXCREATIVE : YES8
CHUR directors Amber Csore and Te Karehana Gardiner-Toi with their band Ahomairangi.
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Notice of meeting
A meeting will be held
regarding the Hikurangi
at Fonterra Farms,
Jordan Valley Road, on
Wednesday 31 August
at 10.30am -- 12.00pm,
M P Simpson
Chief Executive Officer
Whangarei District Council
Do you know this couple?
Who are they: When were they photographed and
where are they now?
Recognise this happy
The photographs were
found tucked in behind an
old water cylinder in a
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Trust tribute for dedication
Historic moment: Historic Places Trust chief executive Bruce Chapman, right, presents Grainger Brown with his
certificate at the Northland branch committee's annual general meeting in Whangarei.
The NZ Historic Places
Trust has recognised
more than a decade of
voluntary service by
The trust is awarding
the Kerikeri resident a
certificate of meritorious
his 12 years of service on
its Northland branch
committee -- including
his contribution as past
treasurer and his cur-
rent role as chairman.
Grainger has organ-
ised a number of events
and projects. He has
been a member of the
trust since June 1978.
Makana Confections in
Kerikeri has donated
$7795 for the Canter-
bury Mayoral Relief
This is in addition to
$4000 which Makana
donated to the Red Cross
in Christchurch in Octo-
Each year the business
raises funds for a selec-
Over the past five
years it has donated
more than $30,000 to a
number of organisations.
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