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School for Young Writers and Waimakariri
Libraries are offering a weekly creative
writing course for budding Year 7 -- Year 9
writers on Saturday mornings in Term 3.
Venue: Rangiora Library
10.00am -- 12.00 noon
Commencing: Saturday 3 August 2013
Enrol at www.schoolforyoungwriters.org and
put Rangiora in the 'writing interests' line.
Enquiries to email@example.com
Inspiring Story of
Odds. By: Anthea Nicholas
Publisher: Global Publishing 2012
Anthea Nicholas shares her amazing
story that has captured global
media attention and the hearts of
millions of people. Her story gives
you courage and most importantly
hope. When you believe the odds
are impossible to beat, you need to
believe that you are the exception
to the odds, there is always one,
why can't it be you.
y: Chris Masters
ublisher: Allen & Unwin 2012
y sharing the experiences of the young
en and women who make up the
ustralian Army, Chris Masters gives heart
nd shape to the contemporary digger: how
ey are selected, how they are led, and
w they are transformed from civilians to
sciplined professional soldiers. A rare
d powerful work.
Do you require the
services of a JP?
Drop in to the Rangiora Library, Meeting
Room, 10am to 1pm, Every Tuesday
'A Candidate's Guide to Local Government in
the Waimakariri District'
Thursday 25 July 2013 at 7pm
Rangiora Service Centre, 215 High Street
The roles in the Council are:
• Councillor for Kaiapoi ward (three)
• Councillor for Rangiora ward (three)
• Councillor for Woodend-Ashley ward (two)
• Councillor for Oxford ward (two)
• Board member for Kaiapoi Community Board (six)
• Board member for Rangiora Community Board (six)
• Board member for the Woodend-Ashley Community Board (six)
Our website will be updated with information as it becomes available: www.waimakariri.govt.nz
Open to anyone who is thinking of standing as a candidate in the Local
Government Elections 2013 and wants to find out more.
The session will cover:
• Changes to the Local Electoral Act 2001
• Local Government roles that will be subject to election
• The qualification rules
• The nomination process
• The general rules about candidate promotion during the election
• Pre-election report
• The time commitment that can be required from an elected member
Instructions for a
By: Maggie O'Farrell
Publisher: Tinder Press 2013
t is July 1976 and London is in the
grip of a heat wave. It hasn't rained
or months, the gardens are filled with
aphids, water comes from a standpipe,
and Robert Riorden tells his wife, Greta,
hat he's going around the corner to buy
newspaper. He doesn't come back. An
ntimate portrait of a family in crises.
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
215 High Street
Phone 311 8900
34 Main Street
Phone 311 9005
The library has more than 650 ebooks to choose from. Perhaps one of these will pique your interest.
from the Library...
X Is there a smoke alarm in your living areas and
in every bedroom?
X Did you change your smoke alarm batteries at the
end of daylight saving? If not -- change them now!
X Use the 'meter heater' rule; ensuring that
children keep well away from any heating
X Make sure that your electric blanket is in good
working order ... and never go to sleep with it on!
X Use fireguards for fires and
heaters. Clean your chimney.
Store ash in a metal container.
WINTER FIRE SAFETY
Stay warm and
Bring your craft
project and work
in the company of
• and more ...
Join the Weekly
Notice is given that pursuant to the Tenth Schedule
of the Local Government Act 1974 the following
portion of road is declared stopped:
Section 1 on SO Plan 430840, containing 1708 sq metres.
Dated at Rangiora this 20th day of July 2013
• The Earthquake Committee
meeting previously advertised for
Tuesday 25 July 2013 has been
CANCELLED. The next scheduled
meeting of this Committee is
Tuesday 27 August.
• A meeting of the Resource
Management and Regulation
Committee will be held on
Tuesday 30 July 2013 at 1pm in
the Waimakariri District Council
Chambers, 215 High Street,
Rangiora. This meeting is extra to
those previously advertised for July.
2 to 4 pm Sunday afternoons
at the Rangiora Library
'Funding for the Arts'
Road to be Stopped
The next round for funding applications to the
Waimakariri District Creative Communities New
Zealand Scheme closes on Friday 30 August 2013.
This will be for projects that have not begun by Friday
4 October 2013.
Assistance is available for community groups and
individuals who are keen to provide arts and cultural
activities in the Waimakariri District. The Guide for
Applicants and Application Form can be obtained
from the Council Service Centres and Libraries,
or downloaded from the Council website www.
For further information or advice on eligibility,
please contact the administrator, Mark O'Connell,
Waimakariri District Council, at the Rangiora Library --
email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Rangiora
(03) 311 8900, or Kaiapoi (03) 327 6834.
Unnamed Road, Sovereign Palms, Kaiapoi
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