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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, MARCH 9, 2013
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Local Specialists, Local Advice
Scheme supports all creative expression
By RACHEL MACDONALD
CREATIVITY WITHIN a com-
munity knows no bounds -- except
where costs are concerned.
This is why the Creative Com-
munities Scheme aims to give
financial wings to local schemes,
groups and initiatives to help
them get their projects to fly.
Creative Communities is a part-
nership between Creative New
Zealand and local councils.
Under the scheme, the arts''
are defined as all forms of cre-
expression'', including crafts,
dance, literature, music, Pacific
and Maori arts, and new media.
And the list goes on.
The Creative Communities
Scheme is a wonderful way for
local communities to realise their
creative ambitions, and we have
seen some excellent examples of
how it is inspiring creative diver-
sity in our region,'' Waimakariri
District's creative communities
administrator Mark O'Connell
Events and projects in the dis-
trict that have received assistance
in the last year under the Cre-
ative Communities Scheme
include Rubble Rousers projects;
craft classes for young children at
the Woodend Flower Show; the
Kaiapoi performance of Chess the
Musical; Waimakariri Speed
Dancing, as part of the Festival of
Dance; IHC North Canterbury
dance tutoring; and performance
and art workshops for young
Groups interested in applying
for a slice of the funding this year
can attend a workshop on the
scheme on Thursday, March 14.
The full range of categories eli-
gible for consideration, and fund-
ing criteria, can also be found on
the Waimakariri District
The deadline for funding
applications in the Waimakariri
District is Friday, April 5, with
expressions of interest all being
considered by an assessment com-
mittee with knowledge and
experience of each respective art
area. Applications can be from an
individual or group, but individ-
ual applicants must be New Zea-
land citizens or permanent
For workshop enquiries and
application forms, call Mr O'Connell
on 03 311 8900 or see
Fulton makes welcome return
ON THE BALL: Peter Fulton prepares to hit a shot during the second day of the first test against England at the University Oval in Dunedin.
Photo: DAVID GRAY/REUTERS
Part of me thought will I get
NORTH CANTERBURY cricketer
Peter Fulton silenced many of his
critics by combining in an
unbeaten opening partnership of
131 for New Zealand on the sec-
ond day of the test against Eng-
land in Dunedin on Thursday.
The farmer's son from Ohoka
was eventually out for 55 yester-
day morning, but had to be happy
with the solid contribution in his
first test for more than three
The Canterbury skipper has
been one of the summer's form
players in domestic cricket, and
showed on Thursday he still has
what it takes to play test cricket.
Dunedin holds fond memories
for Fulton, who played in a test
victory there in December 2009
His test comeback was meant to
be in January in South Africa,
when summoned to the squad for
an absent Ross Taylor.
Pencilled in to open in the first
test, he tweaked his troublesome
knee in the warmup game and cut
a disconsolate figure at the team's
hotel, bound for the airport.
It always crosses your mind
that you're always going to give
someone else an opportunity,'' he
Part of me thought will I get
There's been a couple of false
starts and the one in South Africa
was pretty disappointing to miss
the chance to play the best team
in the world.
I was pretty pleased to get my
knee sorted out then carry on
scoring runs for Canterbury and
get another opportunity,'' Fulton
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