Home' Northern Outlook : May 11th 2013 Contents 18 NORTHERN OUTLOOK, MAY 11, 2013
By Leigh Newman
Publisher: Dial Press
A memoir from the travel
writer and editor who spent
her childhood moving between
her "Great Alaskan" father
on the tundra in the summer
and her more urbane mother
in Baltimore during the
school year, a lifestyle that
led to an adult who both
feared and idolized human
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34 Main Street
Phone 311 9005
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
215 High Street
Phone 311 8900
Do you need up to $500 for
a project ?
Are you a non-profit
community group ?
Send your application in NOW.
Applications close 3 June for June consideration.
Applications will only be considered from non-profit community-based
organisations with financial statements, including sports clubs, recreation
and hobby clubs. Ideal if you are looking for a contribution towards new
equipment. Application is simple -- to find out more visit www.waimakariri.
govt.nz. (funding) or enquire at any Service Centre.
Consider applying for a Kaiapoi
Community Board Grant
Do you require the
services of a JP?
Drop in to the Rangiora
Library, Meeting Room
10am to 1pm
Any ash (or dust) in
your recycling bin?
When we say NO! we really mean NO!
We recently found a few things in some
bins that shouldn't have been in there,
so we thought we'd better say things a bit
NO! to dust from vacuum cleaners
A big NO! to cold ashes
And never, not any, NO! hot ashes,
So what can you put in the recycling bin?
Anything else -- will just stay in your
recycling bin along with the rest of your
recycling ... uncollected.
Thanks for your help in keeping it clean
Solid Waste Asset Manager
Are you new to the region?
Not sure where to go for
information or advice?
Come to the Rangiora Library - (Reference Room)
141 Percival Street, Rangiora
Thursdays from 12noon - 1:30pm
The Rating Information Database for the
Waimakariri District Council and Environment
Canterbury (Waimakariri District properties
only) may be inspected without fee at the
Council's Rangiora Service Centre, 215
High Street, Rangiora between the hours of
8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, excluding
The Rating Information Database (rating
information only) may be viewed on the
Council's website waimakariri.govt.nz.
The Rating Information Database contains a
record of all information required for setting
and assessing rates.
WAIMAKARIRI DISTRICT COUNCIL AND
Save time at Dog Registration
Update your details in the
Dog Register NOW
If your contact or dog details in the dog register have changed, please let
us know now before registration forms are sent out in June.
Please contact us -- phone Rangiora 311 8900 or Kaiapoi 327 6834 or
email email@example.com-- and update the dog register with your:
• change of postal or location address
• changes to telephone numbers, including cellphone
• email address
• microchip number details
• change of ownership
• new dogs
• deceased dogs
• neutering/desexing since last registration
Remember -- if your dogs are lost, we can help return them home if
they're wearing a current registration tag and if your contact details in the
database are up to date.
Thanks to the suppor t of businesses and people from around New
Zealand and, in some cases, internationally, the Waimakariri Earthquake
Relief Fund was established following the 4 September 2010
earthquake. The Waimakariri District Council oversees the application of
If you have suffered hardship as a result of the 4 September 2010
earthquake or the 22 February 2011 aftershock, you can apply for a
relief grant (normally $250) from the fund to be spent as you see fit.
To be eligible for a grant:
• At the time you apply, you must be experiencing hardship as a result
of the Canterbury earthquake,
You must have been resident in the Waimakariri District at the time of
• Only one application will be considered for each household (flatmates
should apply jointly and bank account details should match the names
on the lease) and the grant is given on a one-off basis.
Application forms are available from all Waimakariri District Council
Service Centres (Rangiora, Kaiapoi and Oxford) or on our website:
Waimakariri Earthquake Relief Fund
The First Warm Evening of the Year.
By: Jamie M. Saul
Publisher: William Morrow 2012
"The first time I saw Marian
Ballantine she looked like a
burst of bittersweet among
the winter branches ..." And
so begins a tale of love lost
and found, the rekindling of
a passion for life that two
people discover with each
other, and the complex
dynamics of family and
How to Archive Family Keepsakes :Learn how
to preserve family photos, memorabilia and
Denise May Levenick
Publisher: Family Tree Books 2012
In every family someone ends up with Mum's and Dad's "stuff" -- a lifetime's
worth of old family photos, papers and memorabilia packed into boxes,
trunks and suitcases. This book will help you organise your family archives
and preserve your family
history for future generations.
-- a lifetime's worth of old
family photos, papers and
memorabilia packed into
boxes, trunks and suitcases.
This book will help you
organise your family
archives and preserve your
family history for future
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