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The Migraine Solution.
By: Paul Rizzoli, Elizabeth Loder and
Publisher: Martin's Griffin 2012
The most comprehensive, up-to-date
information available on migraines. A-Z
lists of prescription and non-prescription
medications. Possible triggers for
migraines, including caffeine and diet and
proven techniques for pain management.
Southern Lakes, Tracks
and Trails : Walking and
By: Pat Barrett.
Publisher: Otago University 2012
Essential guide to the many tracks and
trails of the beautiful inland regions of
the lower half of the South Island, with
an emphasis on foothills and forests.
Walks for everyone -- from families to
the fit and experienced. 6 easy walks,
66 moderate tramps and 29 hard
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215 High Street
Phone 311 8900
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
34 Main Street
Phone 311 9005
Let's make a splash!
Waikuku Paddling Pool is reopening
and we want you to be there!
There s a new paddling pool with exciting new
features in Waikuku and we want you to join us
and Waimakariri District Mayor David Ayers to
celebrate its official opening.
Saturday 20 October 2012
10 -- 11am
Waikuku Beach Reserve
(in front of the new paddling pool) See you
GOING ON IN AN
Tuesday 23rd October
7.00pm - 9.00pm
Booking not required
Kaiapoi North School Hall,
278 Williams Street,
NORTH CANTERBURY FAMILY VIOLENCE NETWORK
This seminar is for parents, teachers, youth workers, police,
social workers, school trustees, anyone who is working with
or caring for adolescents
Contact : Wendy Howe, Ph: 311 8900 ext 8368, Mob: 021 432 028, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oxford-Eyre Ward Adviso
advertised for Wednesday
17 October 2012 has been
CANCELLED. The next
scheduled meeting of this
Board is Wednesday 21
Are you new to the region?
Not sure where to go for
information or advice?
141 Percival Street, Rangiora
Thursdays from 5-6pm
Come to the Rangiora Library
- Reference Room
Waimakariri residents and
COUNCIL'S KERBSIDE REFUSE
AND RECYCLING COLLECTION
No Change to Council's Refuse and Recycling Services
on Labour Weekend: - 20 to 22 October 2012
Labour Day Monday 22 October:
Kerbside rubbish collections will be carried out on Monday as usual to:
Residential and commercial properties in Oxford, Cust, Woodend,
Pegasus, and the entire Northern Rural Collection Area -- both sides
of Rangiora-Woodend Road, Golf Links Road, SH1/Main North Road
north of Woodend, Waikuku, Waikuku Beach Road, Waikuku Beach,
Kerbside recycling Week 2 collections will be carried out on Monday as usual to:
Residential and commercial properties in Pegasus, 'northern'
Woodend, and the Week 2 Northern Rural Collection Area -- SH1/
Main North Rd north of Woodend, Waikuku, Waikuku Beach Road,
Waikuku Beach, and Sefton.
Please remember only "official" Waimakariri District Council refuse
bags and recycling wheelie bins will be collected. Refuse bags and
recycling wheelie bins must be placed for collection by 7am, and
please note that collection times may vary during the holiday period.
Please contact the Council on 311 8900 if any problems occur with
your refuse or recycling collection during this period. If you're unsure
which week your recycling is to be collected, please check the
label on the side of your bin.
RESOURCE RECOVERY PARK & TRANSFER STATION HOURS
Southbrook Resource Recovery Park: 284 Flaxton Road, Southbrook.
Transfer Station (03) 313 5499
ReSale Store (03) 313 5798
(Note: payment by cash or EFTPOS only. Credit cards not accepted.)
Saturday 20 October 8.30 am to 4.30 pm -- as usual
Sunday 21 October 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm -- as usual
Monday 22 October 8.30 am to 4.30 pm -- as usual
Oxford Transfer Station: High Street, Oxford.
(Note: EFTPOS is not available on site)
Saturday 20 October Closed as usual
Sunday 21 October 12.00 noon to 4.30 pm -- as usual
Monday 22 October Closed as usual
Solid Waste Asset Manager
Free funding seminar at
the Rangiora library
Jula Goebel of The Funding Information Service (FIS) will introduce FIS,
FundView, and BreakOut, and will show you how to use these tools to find
the best funding matches for yourself or your community group.
FundView - Community Funding
Do you need funding for your community group, voluntary
organisation, or club?
FundView lists information on over 1100 funding schemes and grants for
BreakOut - Scholarships and Grants
Do you need money to study, research, or for your
BreakOut includes information on over 3800 scholarships and grants
for professionals, students, researchers, sports people, and artists.
Wednesday 24 October 2012
Rangiora Library, 141 Percival Street
RSVP to email@example.com, 03 311 8900 ext 8899
Can't make it? Visit us on www.fis.org.nz.
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