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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012
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Fit, Fifty and Fired Up.
By: Nigel Marsh
Publisher: Allen & Unwin 2012
Ten years on from Fat, Forty and Fired,
Nigel Marsh steps of the hamster wheel
(again) to grapple with these and other
less weighty questions, like: Where
the hell has my wife left the cordless
phone? and How do I dress my daughter
as a bridge for school in ten minutes?
Fit, Fifty and Fired Up is a must-read for
anyone who's ever dreamt of taking a
risk to live a life they feel passionate
The Flag of Freedom.
By: Seth Hunter
Publisher: Headline Review 2012
Britain stands alone against the forces
of Revolutionary France. In 1797 a
victorious French Army, led by Napoleon
Bonaparte, is poised to invade Britain.
And in his country's darkest hour, Captain
Natham Peake finds himself imprisoned
by his own side on the Rock of Gibraltar --
charged with treason. Nathan must prove
his innocence by uncovering the great
deception that masks the French war
aims. Is the armada bound for Ireland,
England -- or Egypt?
Firrst Choice for K
Keep NZ Beautiful Week
16-22 September 2012
The Waimakariri Event Funding is a contestable fund
that is provided by the Waimakariri District Council and
managed by ENC. It funds community or visitor attraction
events that are either being run for the first time, or are
existing and looking to develop further.
Funds are for event co-ordination or event promotion only.
Closing Date: 30th September 2012
Application forms and criteria can be downloaded from
www.visitwaimakariri.co.nz Events Services (footer menu),
or emailed via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact
Jenny Lake, Enterprise North Canterbury 03 310 6860.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful Clean Up Week is on!
16-22 September 2012 -- And we want YOU to be a
part of this clean up event!
Get a group or team together, register at www.knzb.
org.nz and you will be sent your bags and gloves,
certificates, posters, event guide on how to run a
successful clean up and all the information that you
Speak with your local groups, schools and friends
and come and join us and lets all Keep New Zealand
The Waimakariri District Council can provide free
rubbish and garden waste disposal for any registered
community clean-ups in the district. Contact Kitty
Waghorn at the Council's Rangiora Service Centre for
Sponsors of KNZB Week are:
Lonesome George, C'est Moi! : A
South American Odyssey.
By: Jorge Sotirios
Publisher: Sky Publishing 2012
Lonesome George, C'est Moi! Is a
travel adventure and a comedy of
epic proportions. In his mock heroic
quest for self-discovery ending in a
confrontation with his alter ego, a giant
lovelorn tortoise on the Galapagos
Islands. Jorge Sotirios illuminates the
rugged beauty of the South American
landscape, interweaving its history,
culture and people.
Work on the extension of Woodend Community Centre
begins early this month (September).
The extension works will provide new meeting and
conference room spaces and upgraded changing, kitchen
and storage facilities. In addition the car park and external landscaping will be upgraded.
We expect to complete the upgrade by April 2013.
During the construction period there will be times where you will experience noise, vibrations and
dust and from time to time there will be heavy machinery on School Road. The contractor will
keep these to a minimum.
Working hours on the project are:
Monday-Friday 7.30am-5.00pm Saturday 9.00am-1.00pm
We apologise for any inconvenience the construction work may cause to Woodend residents.
For any enquiries please call: Duncan Roxborough or Lyn Petrie , phone 03 311 8900
They're working on the
Dudley Park Aquatic Centre
will be closing at 7.00pm
on Friday 14 September and
6.00pm on Saturday 15
September for a Swim Meet.
We apologise for any
inconvenience this may
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