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21 JANUARY 2007 ISSUE 13
MANUKAU’S TENTH ANNUAL WAITANGI DAY
CELEBRATION PROMISES TO BE A TRULY
MULTI–CULTURAL AFFAIR WITH MORE THAN
30,000 PEOPLE EXPECTED TO JOIN IN THE
FAMILY FESTIVAL ON TUESDAY 6 FEBRUARY.
Hosted by Toi o Manukau Maori Arts and Cultural Trust in
partnership with Manukau City Council, the event is now the second
largest Waitangi Day commemoration in the country, and the
biggest in the Auckland region.
Mayor Sir Barry Curtis is looking forward to welcoming everyone
to this year’s event, which he sees as a celebration that creates
understanding and camaraderie amongst people of many different
“During the last few years, Manukau has led the way in
recognising and promoting the true spirit of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
through its Waitangi Day festival, which offers a feast of culture
in a family-friendly environment,” Sir Barry says.
Rose Whaiapu, chair of the Toi o Manukau Trust says the
commemoration is a wonderful celebration of a foundation event
in New Zealand’s history.
The best of Manukau’s talent will be showcased on the main
stage, and traditional and contemporary Maori and Paciﬁ c art works
from local artists will be exhibited.
Visitors can also stroll through the shopping village where they
will ﬁ nd a variety of stalls selling great kai, arts, crafts, clothing
and merchandise, along with information booths. There will also be
a children’s area offering free rides and activities. Hayman Park, 2006 WAITANGI DAY PHOTOS COURTESY OF TOI O
Manukau city, Tuesday 6 February, 10am—6pm. MANUKAU MAORI ARTS AND CULTURAL TRUST.
BLAST FROM THE PAST Chairperson of the Orpheus Festival
Committee Wenona Stephens says the
civic ceremony will include the unveiling
Mangere Bridge. Sharing their celebration
of the area’s history with the community is
their way of giving something back.
The sinking of the HMS Orpheus was the permanent memorial at Mangere Bridge. and blessing of a half-size replica of one The festival committee is also planning
worst shipwreck in New Zealand’s history. The HMS Orpheus, a transport ship of the ship’s canons. The replica was a parade and a family fun day afterward.
One hundred and forty four years carrying British soldiers heading for the commissioned by Mrs Stephens and her The parade will commence at 2pm at
later, it will be remembered this Waitangi Waikato land wars, was wrecked on the husband Robert for more than $12,000. Kiwi Esplanade, Mangere Bridge, with
Day when Manukau City Council and the Manukau Bar on 7 February 1863, with the She says they have enjoyed and beneﬁ ted the ofﬁ cial commemoration ceremony to
Orpheus Festival Committee, will unveil a loss of 189 lives. from the tremendous community spirit at follow at approximately 2.30pm.
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– MANUKAU CITY COUNCIL REMINDS FAMILIES
TE KAEAEA MANUKAU MEMORIAL AND FRIENDS OF THOSE BURIED WITHIN
MANUKAU MATTERS GARDEN’S NEW YEAR MANUKAU MEMORIAL GARDENS THAT THE
Manukau Matters/Te Ka eaea is ANNUAL NEW YEAR CLEAN-UP OF ALL
published twice a month by the CLEAN-UP BURIAL SITES BEGAN EARLIER THIS MONTH.
Manukau City Council and delivered to
more than 100,000 households, rural The clean-up applies to all areas of the cemetery and involves staff
delivery addresses, and other locations removing all items/decorations from burial plots that do not comply
within the city boundaries. with cemetery guidelines.
Manukau Matters/Te Ka eaea helps Memorial Gardens Customer Services Manager Allison
council inform residents and ratepayers Sutherland says limitations on what can be left at gravesites, and
about council decisions, activities, where, are explained to families at the time a plot is purchased and
projects and events. It is a cost- people sign contracts agreeing to abide by those speciﬁ cations.
effective way of providing important However, especially at memorial times of the year like Christmas
statutory information such as public or the anniversary of a person’s death, grave decorations can
notices concerning planning and sometimes accumulate to the extent that they spread outside of the
resource consent issues. gravesite boundaries. When this occurs, the decorations interfere
Manukau Matters/Te Ka eaea also with mowing operations in the lawn cemetery, impinge on other
contains articles of interest to Manukau graves, and can sometimes become weathered and tatty, often
residents, promoting the city’s blowing around in the wind and creating a visual nuisance.
resources, attractions, facilities and Ms Sutherland says staff are very aware of the sensitivities
community events. involved and work closely with families to help them honour
deceased relatives appropriately, but in a way that meets the
CONTACT US AT requirements of cemetery management.
EMAIL manukaumatters@ The restrictions apply mostly to the undecorated lawn cemetery
manukau.govt.nz section of the memorial gardens. Families do have the option of
EDITORIAL 09 262 5223 purchasing decorated plots, where more extensive embellishment
EVENT LISTINGS www.manukau.govt.nz of gravesites is allowed.
and select ‘calendar of events’ under Ms Sutherland says families that have left precious objects at
the ‘most popular’ banner. gravesites need not worry that these will be lost during the annual
DISTRIBUTION 09 262 5104 clean-up. All items removed by staff will be held in storage for two
POST Manukau City Council, months for families to collect.
Pvt Bag 76917, Manukau City THE “UNDECORATED” LAWN CEMETERY SECTION OF MANUKAU For more information on the clean-up contact Allison Sutherland
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NEXT ISSUE Sunday 4 Feb 2007 points along the walkway are also popular
ISSN 1177-522X with local recreational ﬁ shers.
MOLENBERG SUB STRIDE OR RIDE SERIES
SORRY BOYS, BUT THIS or over that aims to inspire women to enjoy Council behind us as a major sponsor.”
ONE’S JUST FOR THE GALS active and healthy lifetsyles.
— A CHANCE FOR WOMEN The only Auckland-based event will be PARTICIPANTS CAN CHOOSE
TO GET OUT AND ABOUT held at Clevedon on Sunday 11 February. FROM ONE OF FIVE EVENTS:
WITH OLYMPIC ATHLETE Sarah Ulmer says: “At SUB we are all • 5km walk or run
SARAH ULMER AND ENJOY about encouraging everyday kiwi chicks • 10km walk or run
THE BENEFITS OF WALKING, to get moving and be healthy. Ripping
• 15km cycle
RUNNING OR CYCLING. into an event is a perfect way to launch
• 35km cycle
into that kind of lifestyle.
Molenberg and Sarah Ulmer Brand (SUB) “There’s something for everyone, no • 65km cycle
have combined resources to create the matter what sort of ﬁ tness or ability you Visit www.molenbergsubseries.co.nz for
Molenberg SUB Stride or Ride Series — a have. I’ll be at Clevedon too, putting on the more info and all details about the event.
nationwide series open to women aged 16 lycra, and it’s great to have Manukau City
MANGERE BRIDGE ASSOCIATION NAMED CITY’S BEST
FUTURE JOBS REVEALED The Mangere Bridge Business Association local trusts, introduced security patrols and
A new careers guide released last month by Manukau City has taken top honours in the inaugural consulted with council on future upgrade
Council provides valuable insight in to the future demand Manukau Business Association of the Year work in the area.
for work skills, and where the most job opportunities in the awards, held in December. As one of eight business improvement
Auckland region might occur, during the next ﬁ ve years. The awards, set to become an annual districts in Manukau, the Mangere Bridge
‘Planning Your Future: A Guide to Career Opportunities event, were initiated by Manukau City Business Association receives support from
in the Auckland Region’ uses a unique population-based model to Council to acknowledge the work of business council to improve the area and attract new
determine which jobs, skills and experience are likely to be most in demand. associations throughout the city. business and customers. Under council’s
The information is intended for students deciding what to study, training providers Since becoming a business business improvement districts (BID) policy,
and business groups planning industry training. improvement district in 2005, the Mangere local business associations receive
Planning your Future outlines expected job opportunities in more than 200 different Bridge Business Association has promoted additional funding for a range of
occupations categorised in ﬁ ve groups: Management, Professionals, Technicians and the area with events such as a wine and programmes and activities.
Associate Professionals, Clerical and Administration, Sales and Services and Skilled food festival, salsa lessons in the town For more information about council’s
Trade Workers. square, a kid’s triathlon, donkey races, jazz BID policy, visit www.manukau.govt.nz
Copies are available online at www.manukau.govt.nz or from the council’s call centre festival, and Santa parade. It also developed (key word BID).
ph 262 5104, email email@example.com a website, secured additional funding from
Discover your creative side NATHAN HOMESTEAD ADULT CLASSES WEEKEND WORKSHOPS
with… 70 Hill Road, Manurewa ART 27 & 28 January Abstract City–Scape
Phone: 267 0180 Abstract Adventures** with Maria Fowler 2–Day Workshop with Tony Clarke
Art, Craft, Music, Performing Arts and Painting: Elements of Design* 10 March Digital Photography
Lifestyle Classes with Niki Phillips 1–Day Workshop with Fiona de Gruchy
Please contact Nathan Homestead for dates Drawing Skills Enhanced 10 March Soft Stone Sculpture
Come and experience our programmes
and times. Most classes run for eight weeks. with Brent McGuire 1–Day Workshop with Gillian Elmslie
at Manukau’s Arts Centres. Inspiring
Watercolours with Brent McGuire
classes and workshops for children, OTARA MUSIC ARTS CENTRE
teens and adults. CHILDREN’S & TEENS’ CLASSES Mastering the Visual* with Brent McGuire
ART Bairds Road, Otara Town Centre
Term 1, 2007 Programme Children’s Art I (5–8yrs) LATIN DANCE — NATHAN HOMESTEAD Phone: 274 6400
starts 12 February and II* (9–14yrs) with Lorraine King PERFORMING ARTS
Comic & Cartoon Art (9–14yrs)* Beginners’ Salsa** with Arvin Lawler MUSIC CLASSES
with Nooroa Te Hira Intermediate Salsa with Arvin Lawler All classes are evening/afternoon classes.
Classes run for eight weeks or for two
NATHAN HOMESTEAD PERFORMING DESIGN, MUSIC & CRAFTS blocks of four weeks.
ARTS Kitchens, Bathrooms & Accessories* Monday
Talented Tots (2–5yrs) with Claire Coleman with Sylvia Sandford Singing Individual with Pele Nili
Junior Drama (5–8yrs) with Danielle Cronin Flax Weaving: Raranga Harakeke* Drum Individual with Frank Elia
and Claire Coleman with Susan Winiata Tuesday
Intermediate Drama* (9–12yrs) Guitar* with Andrew Wyatt Piano Individual with Esther Karunanayake
with Danielle Cronin and Claire Coleman Jewellery Construction & Design* Guitar/Bass Individual with Vernon Katipa
Senior Drama* (13+) with Claire Coleman with Simon Misdale Singing Workshop with Fia Wilson
Kicks Junior Dance (6–8yrs) Leadlighting* with Graham Futter Thursday
with Heather Oldbury Mosaics* with Erin Gill Drum Individual with Frank Elia
Kicks Intermediate Dance* (9–12yrs) Patchwork Quilting with Gloria Davis Guitar Workshop with Vernon Katipa
with Heather Oldbury Perfecting Pottery* with Raewyn Neale
Hip Hop Beats* (13+ yrs) Scrapbooking* with Janette Groot OMAC SOUNDHOUSE™ CLASSES
Term 1 enrolment OPEN NOW— contact All classes are evening classes (for 11 yrs
one of our Arts Centres today! MUSIC AND CRAFTS LIFESTYLE to adult). Classes run for ﬁve weeks.
Children’s Pottery I (6–8yrs) Yoga** with Eileen Laurie Tuesday
For more information on intriguing
exhibitions, unmissable events and and II*(9–14yrs) with Raewyn Neale Yoga* with Shirley Goodwin Beat Master Progressive Sessions
motivating classes, pick up your FREE Teen Clay* (13–17yrs) with Raewyn Neale Thursday
copy of ARTS in the city available from Guitar* (7–13yrs) with Andrew Wyatt Beat Master Progressive Sessions
your nearest Arts Centre, Leisure Centre
or Library. * Evening Class ** Evening and Day Class
Manukau Leisure Services / Term One 2007
Start the new year with a visit to your local Manukau City
Council recreation or leisure centre. You’ll discover a fantastic
array of social sports and activities for all ages — to help you
and your family stay healthy and happy in 2007.
• After school Kiwee Sports tiritiri Matangi trip in March. Lots of Keep active this New Year. Join our
for 5—9 yrs: Monday afternoons women have been waiting for this one, so Wednesday 9am power walking group for
• Minis Catch Kick & Throw make sure you book early as numbers will be great ﬁ tness, friends and fun. Or have a
for 2-4 yrs: Thursday mornings. limited. We’ll take the ferry to tiritiri Matangi go at social volleyball on Saturdays from
More recreation opportunities and explore the island’s bird sanctuary 10.45am—12.45pm.
• Retired recreation. If you’re 50+ join and amazing natural beauty with a guided
Why not drop in for a casual game of
us for social games 12.30—2.30pm on walk. It’s a full day 7.30am — 6pm, Friday 23
basketball, badminton or table tennis
Tuesdays and Thursdays. $30 for March. Cost is $60, please book by 9 March.
in the weekends? Contact the centre for
Pakuranga Youth Centre Cycle and soak in April. This trip is a great available times and sessions.
13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga combination — a scenic bike ride along the Get in shape in the ﬁ tness centre. Pick up an
Phone 576 9739 east coast for a bit of exercise and then a aerobics timetable at the centre.
well earned soak in the Miranda hot pools.
If you’re a Nifty 50 come along to our social
You can bring your own bike or borrow one
badminton sessions, Mondays 1—3pm (only
from us. Wet or ﬁ ne, we’ll be riding on Friday
$4 per session).
27 April, 8.30am—4pm. Cost is $40, please
Join the Pakuranga Youth Club on
book by 13 April. Future leaders. Are you aged 16 or over and
Saturday nights 7—10pm with Playstation,
interested in developing leadership skills?
movie nights, games evenings and monthly Why not join us on these outings? Contact
Ask us about our volunteer leadership
outings. You can also be part of the Young Manukau On The Move on 274 6904 for
programme. We’ll help you develop your
New Zealanders’ Challenge and learn Te Puru Fitness Centre bookings and any further details.
potential, and you can put your skills into
leadership skills, event planning/fundraising 954 Whitford Maraetai Road
practise, leading younger children in our
and more. It’s $30 per term to be part of the Phone 536 7231
school holiday programmes; or develop
Young New Zealanders’ Challenge.
Pilates, yoga and box ﬁ t classes at Te Puru coaching skills by volunteering for our
Chill out on Saturday afternoons with Fitness Centre will help you keep in good gymnastic and basketball programmes.
Youth Time from 1—5pm. Play some shape over the summer. Join us at these
basketball or table tennis, listen to music, times each week:
and generally kick back. Youth Time is just • Monday 9am — Pilates
$2 for all ages. Children aged under 8 must • Tuesday 6.30pm — Yoga
be accompanied by an adult. • Thursday 7pm — Pilates
• Saturday 9.30am — Box ﬁ t
Basketball — adults
Social basketball competitions. Grab some
Aerobics classes are free for ﬁ tness centre Howick Recreation Centre
members. Non-members are also welcome 563 Pakuranga Road
friends or workmates and register your
— $6 for casual classes or $60 for a 12-class Phone 534 5153
• NEW men’s basketball competition Get active and discover a healthy lifestyle at
Mangere, Manurewa, Papatoetoe
Monday nights from 6pm, starting from the Howick Recreation Centre.
12 February. Being conﬁ dent in the water makes summer
Our development programmes for younger
• Unisex basketball competition safer and more fun for all ages. Learn to
Wednesday nights from 6pm starting swim with the professionals at your local
• Gymnastics classes. Develop your
from 14 February. Swimsation swim school.
child’s conﬁ dence and coordination.
Basketball — children Classes cater for babies, toddlers, Term one swimming lessons will be running
These are popular programmes so enrol preschool and school age. from Wednesday 7 February to Thursday 5
soon: • Recreational trampoline classes. April and enrolments are now open.
• Mini Basketball Hoopsters for Children learn safety skills and
It’s never too late, or too early, to learn to
5—7yrs builds a basic understanding of Manukau on the Move acrobatics (8—13yrs).
swim. Swimsation provides lessons for all
the game and skills in a fun way. Phone 274 6904 • Basketball skills. A great introductory
ages and abilities (six months through to
3.30— 4.30pm Tuesday. programme for 5—14 years to develop
Manukau on the Move is council’s mobile adults), with structured classes in a warm,
• Junior Basketball Hoopsters for and enhance their basketball skills.
outdoor recreation team. comfortable and fun environment.
8—10yrs is lots of fun and builds on $75 (17 weeks).
skills and technique development. Women’s Adventure Group. The Women’s • Catch, Kick & Throw. A great Swimsation term one theme week: Soggy
3.30—4.30pm Friday. Adventure Group is becoming increasingly programme for 3—5 years, introducing Socks! Children are encouraged to bring
• Senior Basketball Hoopsters for popular — and with good reason. This is a them to the fundamental skills of along their favourite socks. Long, short,
11yrs and over is a fun class that includes brilliant opportunity for women of all ages ball sports. multicoloured — anything goes and you’re
practice for game situations. and backgrounds to join a social group and • Kiwee sports. This fun programme lets not restricted to wearing them on your feet!!
4.35—5.35pm Friday. try new outdoor activities. We do something children try a variety of sports such as
Swimsation has qualiﬁ ed instructors, low
different each month. No one’s expected athletics, soccer, cricket and hockey.
Gymnastics class ratios, achievement ribbons and much
to be an athlete or an expert — absolute Preschool and after school classes.
Our gymnastics programmes provide some more. Your local Swimsation coordinator:
beginners are always welcome, and you’re –
excellent learning and extension activities Our popular basketball competition Mangere: Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa Leisure Centre
sure to have fun.
for the youngest members of your family. programme for ages nine and over — Tracey Paitai, Ph: 275 8979
Classes include: All gear and transport is provided. We can continues with these sessions: Manurewa Aquatic Centre
• Babies (12—24 months): pick you up from Beachlands, Whitford or • Senior basketball competition. — Dawn Taffard, Ph: 269 0937
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings East Tamaki. 14—18yrs, Mondays 5.30—6.30pm. Papatoetoe Centennial Pools
• Toddlers: Thursday mornings • Junior basketball competition. — Karen Fairclough, Ph: 279 0485
Wish for some wind in February. Yes, we’re
• Pre-schoolers: 9—13yrs, Thursdays 4—6pm.
going windsurﬁng! Always wondered if you
Monday and Friday afternoons Enrolments open now — don’t miss out.
could handle a windsurfer? This will be the Otara Leisure Centre
• School children aged 5—12yrs:
perfect time to give it a go. Everything’s Yoga. Stretch your body and your mind with Cnr Bairds Road and Newbury Street
Wednesday and Thursday after school.
provided (including a professional Wendy Kerr in a ‘Yoga 4 You’ class: Phone 274 6917
Kiwee Sports instructor!) and you’ll have some great • Tuesday 10.30am (general level)
Your child can try a different sport every company to share the experience with. • Tuesday 6.30pm (intermediate)
Enrol your child in one of our fun junior
week, including hockey, soccer, softball, Bucklands Beach is the venue, Friday 23 • Wednesday 9am and 7.10pm (intermediate)
sports programmes for 6—12 year olds.
athletics and cricket. February 9am—3pm. Cost is $50, please • Wednesday 10.30am and 6pm (beginners)
They will have fun learning new sports skills,
• Preschool Kiwee Sports book by 9 February. • Thursday 9.00am (intermediate).
burning off energy, and making new friends.
for 3—4 yrs: Wednesday afternoons 8 week programme $75.
• Junior netball is on Tuesdays 4—5pm, Contact Kevin Harrison for details. are all about the discovery of movement. 3.30pm. These are fun, energetic and very
starting 13 February. • The Green Prescription programmes, We introduce school aged children to cool classes.
• Junior basketball coaching clinic is on presented in association with the KiwiGym fun levels 1—6. Speak to us about
Adults — don’t miss out on our evening
Fridays 4—5pm, starting 9 February. Counties Manukau Sports Foundation, the best session for your child.
social sports. Bring your friends and team
will be back from 13 February.
Adults’ social sports Our Hoop Troop, McDribbler and mates along and join in the fun.
Contact our staff for more information.
It’s a very social scene here on Monday and Fundamentals basketball classes start • Adult evening volleyball — Monday nights
Thursday evenings. You and your mates can Recreation Centre: from 12 February. from 22 January, 7pm.
join our indoor soccer and mixed basketball • Come and wiggle your way through • Fundamentals classes are on Mondays at • Adult social basketball — Wednesday
social competitions. Grab your team mates some Polynesian music at the FREE 5.30pm for ages 10—15yrs, and Tuesday nights from 24 January, 7pm.
and register by 1 February 2007. Health Paciﬁ ca aerobics classes. Have at 5.30pm for ages 15—18yrs.
Join Hilda Hei for Step Up aerobics,
• Indoor soccer is Monday nights, starting fun at keeping healthy and active every • Hoop Troop for 5—8yrs and 8—10yrs,
Monday through to Thursday at 6pm.
5 February, 6.30pm. Tuesday and Thursday 10.30—11.30am in is on Thursdays after school.
• Mixed basketball is Thursday nights, the stadium. • The McDribbler programme for 5—7yrs OSCAR before and after school care. We
starting 15 February, 6.30pm. • The 2007 evening mixed basketball and 8—11yrs is on Fridays. are now taking enrolments for our OSCAR
league is about to get underway. Get We can help put your child into the right programme, providing quality care for your
Join our Easter Hunt!
your team together now. classes, but be quick to secure their place. children. Spaces are limited so book soon to
We’re holding a fun family Easter Hunt on
• Why not drop in for basketball or avoid missing out. Phone 269 0500.
Saturday 7 April. Come along with the family Youth basketball
volleyball? Please make sure you book
and ﬁ nd some Easter treasures. • Basketball social competition for
your court time with our reception staff.
Year 9 and Year 10 students.
Aquarobics $2 charge for basketball.
Wednesday evenings, 6—9pm, starting
For an excellent low impact, group exercise • Lil’ Kiwa pre-school gym classes are
14 February. Register your team now.
session join us for a free aquarobics class excellent for helping young children
• Basketball social competition for
each Wednesday, 6.30—7.30pm. Work out develop conﬁ dence and skills. Just
Year 11 and Year 12 students. Thursday
to music in the pool with a friendly group of $30 for the term.
evenings, starting 15 February. Games
locals. Why not give it a go? • Our youth team building programme
run from 6—9pm. Get your team together
caters for secondary schools and private
Table tennis and register now.
A gold coin is all you need for a casual game
training establishments. The programme Allan Brewster Recreation
of table tennis. Table tennis tables are
aims to build young people’s conﬁ dence All Golden Oldies are welcome at the Centre
and self esteem, using exciting activities popular Goldz Club for social sports and Tavern Lane, Papatoetoe
available for just $1 per person from Monday
that keep them active throughout the a get-together. Back again on Wednesdays Phone 277 7222
entire session. from 14 February, 10am—12pm, just $2
The Allan Brewster Recreation Centre has
• Our OSCAR before and after school care a session.
HEAPS lined up for the start of the year.
programme provides a fun and enjoyable
Tai Chi. ‘Harmonious’ exercise to condition Enrolments are being taken now — don’t
range of activities such as swimming,
the body and mind. 10am Tues and Thurs. miss out on our popular programmes!
library visits and recreation time.
A pick up service is provided for Waterlea Start the new year with a fun challenge. Children’s programmes
Primary, Mountain View and Nga Iwi Join in the Nesian Extreme Youth group, For the youngest family members, our
schools. Children from other schools also for 10—25yrs. Mix and mingle, and be part Kiwee Tots preschool gymnastics classes
accepted if they have transport of the internationally recognised Duke of will help develop motor skills, coordination
Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa organised. Edinburgh Award. Wednesdays at 6pm. and conﬁ dence. $40 for 8—week term.
Leisure Centre Kiwee basketball is always popular. It’s
Cnr Mascot Ave & Waddon Place, Mangere a great place for 5—13yrs to develop their
Phone 275 8979 skills. Mondays 4—5pm. $40 for 8 weeks.
Make the most of summer with our fun Kids love soccer, and 5—12yrs can learn
outdoor pools and swimming programmes, the fundamentals and have great fun at
as well as social sports and youth our after school soccer coaching clinic.
programmes. Tuesdays 4—5pm. $40 for 8 weeks.
Aquatics: If your child needs quality before and after
• Do you want to do more swimming school care this term, ask our friendly staff
this year? Join the Mangere Swim Club! Manurewa Leisure Centre Te Matariki Clendon Community about the Kiwee Kids Club. Supervised
The club welcomes swimmers from all Frances Road, Manurewa Centre and Library activities from 7am, and after school until
primary and secondary school levels for Phone 267 4646 Palmers Road, Clendon 6pm. Transport included.
competitive swimming (this is not a From youth basketball to twilight strolls Phone 269 0500 Social sports for adults
learn to swim club). Contact: — we have a great selection of programmes • Squash club — Fast, fun and great for
Enrol now for our 2007 junior coaching
Mike Anelu (President) 276-8876. for you to have a go at this year at the ﬁ tness. Join our squash club on Tuesdays
clinics, starting from 12 February.
• For older swimmers (adults) the Masters Manurewa Leisure Centre. Registrations are 5.30—8pm. Just $4 per person, with gear
• Rugby League Skills (7—14yrs). Young
Swim Club welcomes active swimmers now open. available to hire.
league fans can develop skills that are
every Wednesday 7—8.15pm, $2 each. • Table tennis — Social table tennis
Aerobics classes run from Monday through used in the NRL and get a head start on
Plus on the ﬁ rst Wednesday of each sessions are just $2 on Fridays, 1—3pm.
Thursday, with great instructors teaching their team mates before pre-season
month you get free access to the spa. Includes all the gear and afternoon tea.
Pilates, step, tae bo and pump. Pick up a training commences. Mondays 3.30pm.
• Aquarobics classes are held every • Indoor soccer — Grab some mates and
timetable at reception. • Junior Basketball Coaching. Children
Monday and Wednesday morning, come along for a social time on Friday
will learn skills to help them prepare for
11am— 12pm in the teaching pool. Fancy a twilight stroll? All ages are evenings. Games from 6.30pm.
school competitions. Tuesdays 3.30pm.
FREE admission. Come and enjoy a fun welcome to join our $1 Walkﬁ t sessions. • Aerobics — Try the awesome Les Mills
• Junior Cricket Coaching. Your child
ﬁ lled atmosphere with other adults. Get outdoors for some gentle exercise in aerobics classes, and our own boxing and
may already be playing cricket but here’s
• Make a big splash and have fun in the sun the fresh air with a friendly group of locals. kick boxing classes. All classes $6 each.
a great way to keep them on the way to
at the Outdoor Fun Pools. Open every Mondays and Wednesdays 7pm, starts Pick up a timetable from reception.
becoming the next Black Cap sensation.
day, free admission. 7 February 2007. Wednesdays 3.30pm.
• Police swim test. Thinking of joining the Watch out for more news from
police? We have a new police swim Our children’s programmes this term Continuing in 2007 are our HIP HOP dance Manurewa Aquatic Centre, Papatoetoe
training programme starting in term one, include our ever-popular gymnastics and classes. Classes for 5—10yrs are Mondays Centennial Pools and Lloyd Elsmore Park
to get you up to standard. basketball sessions. We have gym classes 4.30pm, and 11—15yrs are on Fridays at Leisure Centre in our next edition.
for ages two years and up. These classes
PANMURE ROUNDABOUT EMPLOYMENT For these and other employment
opportunities at council visit:
GETS SAFETY OVERHAUL OPPORTUNITIES www.manukau.govt.nz and select ‘Jobs at
council’ under the ‘most popular’ banner.
IMPROVEMENTS TO TRAFFIC Receptionist / Administrator
SAFETY ARE EXPECTED CEO Advisory Unit
TO RESULT FROM THE This is a receptionist position within Manukau City Council’s Chief Executive Ofﬁ cer
INSTALLATION OF IMPROVED (CEO) Advisory Unit with administration responsibility that will expand and further
LANE MARKINGS AT THE develop your already established skill set. Attitude is all important in this position
PANMURE ROUNDABOUT, — a positive and friendly one! Meeting and greeting staff and clients to council, you
A MAJOR INTERSECTION will be the face of the organisation. The role includes taking calls, invoicing, ﬁ ling,
CONNECTING MANUKAU AND administrative duties, updating database information, and ordering stationery,
AUCKLAND. but there is much more to it than that. You will need to be self-managed and have a
fantastic attitude to deal with clients at all levels. Ideally, you will have worked in a
The new markings, scheduled for Tuesday reception/administration role previously. We are looking for a welcoming and well
30 January, will give clearer indication of presented team member who is a natural “people person” with the ability to put people
which approach lane motorists must be in to at ease whilst dealing effortlessly with their requests, showing warmth and enthusiasm
take one of the six exits. The improvements and great communication skills.
are expected to be welcomed as the Vacancy Number: MM 3630
roundabout is notorious for confusing The roundabout is notorious Applications close: 1 February 2007, 12 noon
drivers and has the highest crash record of for confusing drivers and has
any intersection in Auckland city. the highest crash record of any
The biggest change that will affect intersection in Auckland city. Recreation Programmer (Fitness)
drivers during morning rush hour is that Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa- Leisure Centre
the two-lane approach on Lagoon Drive will We have a full-time position available in our Fitness Centre for an enthusiastic person
become permanent. The current practice of before they navigate the roundabout. who has a relevant ﬁ tness qualiﬁ cation or who is currently in training. Applicants must
installing temporary trafﬁ c cones to create Drivers are urged to take particular care have a current First Aid certiﬁ cate, be adaptable and enjoy working with people of
three lanes will be discontinued. negotiating the roundabout while they all ages.
Auckland City is installing large road adjust to the changes. Vacancy Number: MM 3639
signs and digital messages to ensure For more information contact Auckland Applications close: 29 January 2007, 12 noon
drivers are alerted to the new layout City Council or visit www.aucklandcity.govt.nz
Saturday Courier Manukau Libraries
A vacancy exists at Manukau Libraries for a Saturday Store Person / Driver. This position
involves the pickup and delivery of library items between library sites. We are looking
Did you know...
for an enthusiastic person with excellent driving skills who enjoys being out on the road
and working in a largely autonomous role. The successful applicant will maintain the
delivery schedule and ensure the safe handling and custody of materials during transit.
Applicants should have a full NZ drivers licence with no endorsements, relevant work
experience, and be able to drive a manual transmission vehicle. The vacancy is for six
hours on a Saturday.
Vacancy Number: MM 3645
Applications close: 29 January 2007, 12 noon
Assistant Team Leader – Early Childhood Educator
Te Matariki Clendon Community Centre and Library (Clendon)
Te Matariki is Manukau City Council’s ﬁ rst integrated centre to deliver combined leisure
and library services. An exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of a motivated and
committed team. Are you energetic, innovative and keen to share your knowledge
and experience to assist in the development of our team? You will need a Diploma
...that most of the cost to dispose of of Teaching (ECE), full or provisional Teacher Registration and a current First Aid
wastewater from your house is the Beneﬁ ts include:
• Staff superannuation scheme
same whether you live alone or have a • Training and development opportunities
family of 13? • Other staff privileges
Vacancy Number: MM 3644
Applications close: 26 January 2007, 12 noon
That’s because the main cost is in
building and maintaining the sewerage Customer Support Ofﬁ cer
network to your house, and that is Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa- Leisure Centre
We are looking for a positive, friendly person with good customer service skills for
much the same regardless of how much our reception area. You will need experience in administration, have a good working
you pour down the pipes. knowledge of computer systems and be able to deal effectively with customer enquiries
Vacancy Number: MM 3640
Applications close: 29 January 2007, 12 noon
MORE JOBS ON PAGE 7
Community Policy and Planning
Manukau City Council is committed to supporting disabled people to participate fully in Correction to Libraries Volunteers needed at the
the community. To demonstrate that disabled people are an important part of the city’s Bylaw CAB
diversity, council has adopted the Disability Policy and Action Plan, and is now seeking a
dynamic person to work in this area. Manukau City Council gives notice of the If you enjoy working with people, want
Acting in a high-level, strategic role, the Disability Adviser will provide expertise following decision at its full meeting on to help provide a key community service,
to council, promote awareness of disability and help staff develop skills to effectively 14 December 2006 (Minute No. CL/ and have a free half-day a week, why not
implement the council’s Disability Policy and Action Plan. DEC/2194/06): volunteer at your local Citizens Advice
To be successful in the role you will demonstrate strong leadership and be an Bureau?
effective role model, advocate and mentor; able to communicate with and relate well to 1. That pursuant to section 156(2)(a) of Volunteering is a great way to meet
all people. You will be an innovative thinker, identifying solutions and new ways to work; the Local Government Act 2002, new people and develop new skills, plus
at the same time being ﬂ exible, pragmatic and looking for “win-win” outcomes. Clause 6.1(a) of Chapter 12 Libraries it looks great on your CV.
It will also be essential to develop strong relationships with Council’s Disability Steering of the Manukau City Consolidated Manukau Citizens Advice Bureaux are
Group, the disability sector, Government agencies, NGOs and community groups. Bylaw 1992 be deleted in its entirety seeking volunteers so they can continue
If you are passionate about working in this area and have relevant experience, and substituted with the following to to provide conﬁ dential information and
including lived experience of disability, this may be your ideal job. Job share correct an error: support to the thousands of residents
arrangements can be considered. For more information please contact Raewyn Stone “a. Behave in a manner that creates who rely on this free service every year.
on (09) 262 8900 ext 8787 or email Raewyn.firstname.lastname@example.org a nuisance or is offensive to any In 2006, Manukau Citizens Advice
Vacancy Number: MM 3647 other person;” Bureaux helped with more than 50,000
Applications close: 29 January 2007, 12 noon inquiries ranging from practical
2. That pursuant to section 156(2) of neighbourhood information to advice
For more details on these vacancies, or to view the full list of employment the Local Government Act 2002, the about New Zealand laws and assisting
opportunities at Manukau City Council, you can visit www.seek.co.nz/manukau; above resolution be publicly notiﬁ ed. residents to apply for rates rebates.
email a request for a position description to email@example.com; or phone Volunteers are fully trained by the CAB
09 262 8907. Please quote the vacancy number with all requests or inquiries and with your 3. That the correction comes into and receive ongoing support. The next
application. Manukau City Council is a progressive organisation with a leading role in the Local operation on Sunday, 21 January 2007. training course for volunteers begins in
Government sector and a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi. mid February, so contact a bureau below
The Libraries Bylaw can be inspected NOW to ﬁ nd out more and register your
Council and Community Board Meetings for February 2007 at the Manukau City Council Customer interest:
Services Centre, Kotuku House, Mangere CAB 275 6885
Pursuant to Section 46 Part 7 of Local Government Ofﬁ cial Information and Meetings Manukau Square; any Manukau City Manurewa CAB 266 5729
Act 1987, public notice is hereby given of the meeting times and dates of the Manukau Council library through their internet Otara CAB 274 6577
City Council and its Standing Committees for the month of February 2007. service; and council’s website Papatoetoe CAB 278 5191
The following Standing Committee meetings will be held in the Manukau Room, www.manukau.govt.nz. Copies can
Manukau Civic Centre on the date speciﬁ ed, the Community Board Resource Consent be downloaded from council’s website;
Hearings will be held in the Puhinui Room, Manukau Civic Centre and the Paciﬁ c Island or obtained on payment of applicable
Advisory Committee meeting will be held in the Totara Room, Level 3, Manukau photocopy or printing charges from
Civic Centre. Kotuku House or any council library.
Economic Development Committee 31 January 2007 5.00pm
Community Safety Committee 1 February 2007 9.30am
Transport Committee The February meeting of this committee has been cancelled
Community Development Committee 7 February 2007 5.00pm
Schedule of Meetings for January 2007 — Urgent Meeting
Botany Community Board RC Hearing Committee 8 February 2007 9.30am
Papatoetoe Community Board RC Hearing Committee 8 February 2007 10.30am Pursuant to Section 46 Part 7 of Local Government Ofﬁ cial Information and Meetings
Environment and Urban Design Committee 8 February 2007 5.00pm Act 1987 public notice is hereby given of an urgent meeting as described below:
Paciﬁ c Island Advisory Committee 8 February 2007 6.00pm Mangere Community Board 25 January 2007 5.00pm
Hearings Committee 13 February 2007 9.30am Puhinui Room, Level 2, Room Manukau City Council, Civic Centre
Corporate Governance Committee 13 February 2007 5.00pm
Council Plan Committee 14 February 2007 3.00pm The purpose of this meeting is to consider an urgent application for consent for the
Council Plan Committee 15 February 2007 3.00pm staging of an event on Rose Garden Reserve at Kiwi Esplanade, Mangere Bridge, on
Strategic Directions Committee 20 February 2007 5.00pm Tuesday 6 February, 2007.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi Committee 21 February 2007 5.00pm
Council Plan Committee 27 February 2007 5.00pm
The Council meeting will be held in the Council Chambers on 22 February 2007 Community Board Discretionary and School Holiday Funding
commencing at 5.00pm. for Community Groups
Community Board meetings will be held as follows:
Mangere Community Board 12 February 2007 5.00pm Funding is now available to community groups and organisations to enhance community,
Nga Tapuwae Community Centre, 253 Buckland Road, Mangere economic and environmental development of Manukau city and its residents.
Botany Community Board 12 February 2007 6.30pm Each of the city’s eight community boards has funding to allocate to groups carrying
Panasonic Performing Arts Centre, Botany Downs, out projects in their communities.
Secondary College, 575 Chapel Road, Howick If your group is working on a project or service that beneﬁ ts the residents of one or
Howick Community Board 12 February 2007 7.00pm two communities within Manukau city, you are welcome to apply to our Community
Fencible Lounge, Howick Library Bulding, Uxbridge Road, Howick Board Discretionary Fund.
Otara Community Board 19 February 2007 5.00pm School Holiday Programme funding is also available to assist community organisations
Otara Music Arts Centre, Otara Town Centre, Otara to provide holiday programmes and activities during the April 2007 school holidays.
Clevedon Community Board 19 February 2007 7.30pm All providers must have OSCAR accreditation (phone 0800 559 009 for more
Clevedon Hall, Clevedon information on accreditation). Please note that groups are required to contribute at
Pakuranga Community Board 19 February 2007 7.30pm least one third of the overall cost of the project.
Community Room, Pakuranga Library Complex, Aylesbury Street, Pakuranga Applications to both funds close at 4.00 pm Friday 26 January 2007.
Manurewa Community Board 26 February 2007 6.30pm For application forms or further information, please phone the Funding Administrator on
Manukau Room, Manukau Civic Centre 262 8900 extension 8367.
Papatoetoe Community Board 26 February 2007 7.00pm Information and application forms may also be accessed via Council’s website
Papatoetoe Chambers, 31—33 St George Street, Papatoetoe www.manukau.govt.nz
MANUKAU CALENDAR To 20 February
Seung Yul Oh “Bearing”
This is just a sample of the many events happening in Manukau. Venue: te tuhi — the mark, 13 Reeves Road,
For a full list please visit www.manukau.govt.nz and click on “Calendar of Events” in the Pakuranga
“Most Popular” box at the top right of the page. Scroll down and click on “Find out what’s Hours: 9.00am—8.30pm, Mon—Thurs,
on in Manukau”. 8.30am—4.30pm Fri—Sun
Contact: Emma Bugden
Multi-day events One-day events 6 February Phone: 09 577 0138
Manukau city Waitangi Day Seung Yul Oh’s project is part of
26 January family celebrations 10 February ‘INTERACT!, a series of artists’ projects
Kawakawa Bay Holiday Venue: Hayman Park, Manukau city Maraetai Offshore which intersect with Te Tuhi’s community
programme — Children’s ﬁshing Hours: 10am—6pm Powerboat Race user groups.
competition Contact: Noelle Jakeman Venue: Maraetai Beach
Venue: In and around Kawakawa Bay Phone: 09 262 8900 ext 8241 Hours: 10.00am 24 February
(land based) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mr Grant Summer in the Sun Fun Day
Contact: Brenda Legg, Ph 09 292 2461 Presented by Toi o Manukau, the 2007 Phone: 09 268 7238 Venue: Otara Leisure Centre, Newbury
Organised by Kawakawa Bay Community Waitangi Day Family Celebrations will be Website: www.nzoffshore.co.nz Street, Otara.
Care. Great prizes! bigger and better than ever as we celebrate Featuring V8 Powered boats thundering Hours: 11am—5pm
the event’s 10th anniversary. past the beach at over 170kph. Contact: Dave Lilo 09 275 8979
To 27 January Expected to draw more than 30,000 Sponsored by Manukau City Council Make a huge splash in the bombing
Nga Korero Purakau — Telling people, Waitangi Day Family Celebrations competition. Come along to a great day with
Stories and Staying Connected 2007 will be a day full of free entertainment, 11 February DJ, Aqua-run, fun games, bouncy castle and
Venue: Mangere Arts Centre major headlining acts, arts, crafts, music, Molenberg SUB Series spot prizes.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9am—5pm; dance and food to celebrate the diversity Venue: Clevedon A & P Show Grounds
Saturdays 8.30am—3pm and many cultures of our city. Hours: First event starts at 11am 24 February — 4 March
Contact: Noelle Jakeman 262 8900 Highlights include: Price: Adults $45, $35, $25 FIP World Cup Polo
Email: email@example.com • Free concert — main stage will be Contact: Roger Mortimer Zone D Finals
Presented in partnership with Toi o Manukau showcasing the best talent from Phone: 09 917 2136 Venue: Clevedon Polo Grounds
Trust, an exhibition of works by emerging throughout Manukau and Auckland. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: enquiries@ﬁ ppolonz.co.nz
and established Manukau artists. • Free children’s rides and activities. Website: www.sarahulmer.co.nz Website: www.ﬁ ppolonz.com
• Toi o Manukau arts display — highlighting Walk, run or cycle... Please note SUB Ride is The staging of the Federation of
works by local artists. a women’s and children’s only event. International Polo World Cup Zone Finals at
• Shopping Village — a variety of Sponsored by Manukau City Council Clevedon will be the ﬁ rst time NZ Polo has
information stalls and stalls selling held a World Cup Polo Tournament.
great kai (food), arts, crafts, clothing and 11 February Sponsored by Manukau City Council
merchandise. Summer on the Lawn — Soul
Sponsored by Manukau City Council Venue: Nathan Homestead Grounds, 25 February
70 Hill Road, Manurewa Summer on the Lawn —
6 February Hours: 4pm—6pm Country
Blast from the Past Contact: Chantelle Whaiapu 09 275 0482 Venue: Nathan Homestead Grounds,
Venue: Kiwi Esplanade, Mangere Bridge Email: email@example.com 70 Hill Road, Manurewa
To 30 January Hours: From 2pm Soul on the lawn with Betty Anne and Hours: 4pm—6pm
The Living Art of Paciﬁc Contact: Diane Clark friends. These old school funksters are set Country on the Lawn with The Cavaliers,
Tattoo Phone: 09 634 2003 to deliver an afternoon of classic 70s music their repertoire of country songs from
Venue: Fresh Gallery Otara Email: firstname.lastname@example.org through to the music of today. Known for Willie Nelson to Shania Twain will be sure to
Hours: Tuesday—Friday 10am—5pm; The unveiling and blessing of a half-sized her soulful voice, Betty Anne’s sophisticated entertain young and old alike.
Saturdays 8am—2pm replica cannon from the frigate HMS sound stands her in a class of her own.
Contact: Ema Tavola 09 274 6400 Orpheus which foundered on the Manukau Every Sunday
Email: email@example.com bar in February 1863. 17 February The Clevedon Village
Back by popular demand, this exhibition Summer in the Sun Fun Day Farmers Market
features photography Paciﬁ c tattoo 8 February –
Venue: Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa Leisure Centre, Venue: Sale Yards, Monument Road,
traditions with artist demonstrations. Barry Curtis Park Tour Mascot Avenue, Mangere Clevedon
Venue: Barry Curtis Park Wetland Hours: 12pm—5pm Hours: 8.30am—12 noon
4 February Playground, Stancombe Road, Flat Bush Contact: Kevin Harrison 09 275 8979 Contact: Helen Dorresteyn
Summer on the Lawn — Swing Hours: 5.30pm—6.30pm An action packed day consisting of water Phone: 021 523 616
Venue: Nathan Homestead Grounds, Contact: Kristen Ross 027 340 2083 or slide competitions, bombing competitions, Email: helen@
70 Hill Road, Manurewa firstname.lastname@example.org live entertainment, karaoke, aqua-run, swim clevedonvillagefarmersmarket.co.nz
Hours: 4pm-6pm An information session and tour of relays, bouncy castle and other inﬂ atables.
Contact: Chantelle Whaiapu 275 0482 developments at Manukau’s premiere park 28 February
Email: email@example.com of the future, Barry Curtis Park. Tour open 18 February Bike Wise Week “Go By Bike
Swing on the lawn with Prima Swing Riot, to the ﬁ rst 15 Manukau residents to book Summer on the Lawn — Latin Day” breakfast
a swing, shufﬂ e and jive band. Led by Pete (see contact details above). Venue: Nathan Homestead Grounds, Venue: Manukau Square, 16 Amersham Way,
McGregor, they will play any tune that’s fun 70 Hill Road, Manurewa Manukau city
and fast to dance to, from the 50s to today. Hours: 4pm—6pm Hours: 7am—9am
If wet, concert will be cancelled. Latin on the lawn with Banda Latina. Your chance to ‘get on your bike’ and get ﬁ t,
Originally from Peru, this is a seven–piece ride into the square on ‘Go By Bike Day’ and
Latin American group with a line-up of get a free breakfast, entertainment, prizes
congas, bongos, Latin timbales, drums, and much more.
electric guitar and keyboards.
Free Event Listing
Once a month Manukau City Council will publish an events diary in Manukau Matters, which will feature the highlights of the comprehensive events list on the council’s website. If you would like your event listed, please visit
www.manukau.govt.nz and click on “Calendar of Events”. Follow the instructions to submit your event details. Your event will appear on the website and from these listings a range of key events will be selected for publication in
Manukau Matters. Note: It is the responsibility of the event submitter to ensure the information provided is complete and accurate. The above events diary is published by the council in good faith from details provided to it by event
organisers via the council website. The council makes no claim as to the accuracy or authenticity of the content of the web site events listing or its reproduction (in full or part) in Manukau Matters.