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Archive for June, 2012

Aucklanders line up for live TV presenter role

Press Release – The Shopping Channel
Hundreds of aspiring TV hosts and presenters braved the cold, getting in early this morning in Auckland to queue up for the chance to become New Zealand’s latest television talent. Read more »

Auckland print company Logick wins NZ award

Press Release – Pride In Print
The “wow” factor of a logo sheet so complex many printers would have baulked at the challenge saw the 2012 New Zealand Pride In Print Awards Supreme Award deservedly won by Auckland’s Logick Print & Graphics. Read more »

Glen Innes Music & Arts Centre gets council upgrade

Press Release – Auckland Council
The Glen Innes Music and Arts Centre will receive $8 million funding from the Auckland Council for a design upgrade. Read more »

Meadowbank man recognised for 25 years of service to Coastguard

Press Release – Coastguard
Local Meadowbank man, Campbell Hope, received a long service award in recognition of his 25-plus years of service to Coastguard New Zealand on Tuesday night. Read more »

North Shore plan change threatens valued heritage buildings, says local board member

Press Release – Grant Gillon
“Local residents are in shock at the latest proposals from Auckland Council again threatening local heritage,” said Kaipatiki Local Board member Grant Gillon today. Read more »

Glenfield man recognised for 25 years of service to Coastguard

Press Release – Coastguard
Local Glenfield man, Gordon Cattermole, received a long service award in recognition of his 25 years of service to Coastguard New Zealand on Tuesday night. Read more »

Forsyth’s Hallwright found guilty of reckless disregard over road rage incident

BusinessDesk Article by Hannah Lynch
Guy Hallwright, a Forsyth Barr analyst, has been found guilty of reckless disregard for the safety of others, causing grievous bodily harm. Read more »

Rate increase for Howick ward well above regional average

Press Release – Dick Quax
Auckland Council has swung its public relations apparatus into action selling the new rates set by Council, according to Howick Councillor Dick Quax who voted against the rate increases. Read more »

Blockhouse Bay man recognised for 25 years of service to Coastguard

Press Release – Coastguard
Local Blockhouse Bay man, Steve Mowbray, received a long service award in recognition of his 25 years of service to Coastguard New Zealand on Tuesday night. Read more »

Funding approved for turning Shed 10 into cruise terminal

Press Release – Carnival Australia
Carnival Australia welcomes today’s final step in funding approval for the transformation of Shed 10 into a multi-use cruise terminal and events facility. Read more »

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