JOB OPPORTUNITIES PAGE 6 MATTERS
20 MAY 2007 ISSUE 21
FROM THE AIR
IT’S AN OCCURRENCE of planes a day ﬂ ying over the central
THAT HAPPENS IN MANUKAU suburbs of Manukau city.
SEVERAL TIMES A DAY, A series of large format photo ﬂ ags
BUT PEOPLE STILL LOOK will ﬂ y above the ground to provide an
UP; THE SIGHT OF A LARGE elevated view; essentially, the audience
INTERNATIONAL AIRLINER will be looking to the sky to see, from
COMING IN LOW OVER THE a pilot’s perspective, the earth beneath
CITY IS AN IRRESISTIBLE their feet.
ATTRACTION. BUT HAVE The exhibition is part of the Auckland
YOU EVER THOUGHT OF Festival of Photography Trust’s annual
WHAT THE PILOTS SEE, Creative Exposure festival. It involves
LOOKING DOWN? a series of photography exhibitions
throughout the Auckland region.
Early in June you’ll have a chance to The Manukau Flightpath exhibition is
ﬁ nd out when the Manukau Flightpath sponsored by Manukau City Council
photography exhibition opens in Manukau and Auckland International Airport
Square. and will display in Manukau Square
An outdoor display of aerial from 1 to 24 June.
photography, the exhibition shows a bird’s For details of other exhibitions
eye view of the ﬂ ightpath to Auckland in the festival visit:
International Airport, which sees dozens www.photographyfestival.org.nz
the city into successful and vibrant places.” Both Wiri and Manurewa have recently
BUSINESSES VOTE Manukau City Council’s Business
Improvement District Policy, established in
established ﬁ ve-year strategic plans after
extensive community consultation. These
STRONGLY IN FAVOUR OF 2005, is based on international models to
improve the economic, social and cultural
plans provide deﬁ ned objectives and
detailed actions that will beneﬁ t the wider
NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH vitality of deﬁ ned areas within the city. community as a whole.
In 2004 there were just two BIDs in
COUNCIL In 2004 there were just two
BIDs in Manukau city — there
Manukau city — there are now 11. This
rapid growth has arisen as a result of
MANUREWA AND WIRI ARE and support for programmes and activities are now 11. the success each BID has achieved, and
SET TO BECOME MANUKAU to promote economic development in the willingness of businesses to form
CITY’S LATEST BUSINESS their areas. The policy enables additional funding to be partnerships with council to get results.
IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS Manukau City Council Manager Economic directly applied in the area it is collected Business improvement districts in the city
(BID) FOLLOWING STRONG Development Denise Fink says developing from, for initiatives including security and range in size from 30 to more than 1500
POLLING OF BUSINESSES IN BID areas is an integral part of promoting maintenance, grafﬁ ti control, beautiﬁ cation businesses. Polling is required as part of the
BOTH AREAS IN FAVOUR OF the economic vitality of Manukau. projects, events and tourism initiatives, establishment phase to determine the level
THE INITIATIVE. “Business improvement districts marketing and promotional activity, of support from businesses in the area.
contribute greatly to the vitality and business recruiting, signage, coordination For information on BIDs contact Susan
By becoming a BID, the two business areas economic development of the city, and our of precinct (e.g. appointing someone to Marshall, Project Manager Town Centres and
will receive additional council funding, BID policy enables us to work collaboratively coordinate all activities), child care facilities, Business Precincts. Ph 262 8356 or email
generated through targeted rates, with local businesses to transform parts of horticulture and retail improvements. email@example.com
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published twice a month by the
Manukau City Council and delivered to
more than 100,000 households, rural
delivery addresses, and other locations
within the city boundaries.
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the council inform residents and MANUKAU
ratepayers about council decisions,
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as public notices concerning planning ILLEGAL BEHAVIOUR.
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Manukau Matters/Te Ka eaea also That’s the message from Counties Manukau
contains articles of interest to Manukau Police and Manukau City Council in response
residents, promoting the city’s to the reappearance of windscreen washers
resources, attractions, facilities and at some of the city’s major intersections,
community events. such as the entrance to the East Tamaki
car park during Saturday’s Otara market.
CONTACT US AT The council and police have been They say motorists should be aware the The advice to motorists approached
EMAIL manukau.matters@ concerned for some time about the windscreen washers only exist because by a windscreen washer is to politely but
manukau.govt.nz behaviour of windscreen washers at people are paying them rather than ﬁ rmly ﬁ rmly refuse their offer to clean their
EDITORIAL 262 5223 several of Manukau’s major intersections, saying no to their request. windscreen and not hand over money.
EVENT LISTINGS www.manukau.govt. especially the intimidation many of the Windscreen washing at intersections is If everyone follows this advice it will help
nz and select ‘calendar of events’ under windscreen washers are exerting when banned under Manukau City Council’s Public to reduce the practice.
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Members of the public are reminded that
WOULD YOU LIKE A DIGITAL a major refurbishment of Manukau City
VERSION OF MANUKAU MATTERS? Council’s Civic Building has commenced
In addition to your printed copy, we can this month with subsequent changes to
send you a PDF version. Email us at how the building, meeting rooms and
firstname.lastname@example.org council chambers can be accessed.
A contract for $10.4 million has been
awarded to Mainzeal Interiors Limited
WANT TO CONTACT
COUNCIL, OR YOUR FRESH GALLERY for the reﬁ t, which is expected to take 19
months to complete. The reﬁ t will include
The council’s main administration
OTARA TURNS 1! changes to the layout of work space to
maximise space and natural light, more
phone number is 263 7100 (business FRESH GALLERY OTARA thriving hotbed for art and artists. meeting rooms, improved ﬁ ling and
hours). Use the Call Centre on 262 IS CELEBRATING ITS FIRST Paciﬁ c Arts Coordinator Ema Tavola, storage space, an improved Emergency
5104 (24 hours) for assistance with: BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH herself an artist and curator, is based Management Crisis Centre and the
grafﬁ ti, roading, signs, refuse disposal, WITH A MULTI-MEDIA at the gallery and has developed its refurbishment of the public committee
trafﬁ c, street lighting, environmental EXHIBITION. proﬁ le in a very location-speciﬁ c way. and meeting rooms (including the Council
by-laws, noise complaints, dog control, “The aim has always been for Chamber).
statistical information, LIM reports, The ﬁ fteenth show and ﬁ rst birthday exhibitions at the gallery to speak The main change as far as the public is
land rates and kerbside recycling. exhibition will celebrate the gallery, its primarily to our main audience, which concerned is the entrance to the council
The council’s website has contact artists, exhibitions and community. is Otara and Manukau,” she says. “I’ve building will shift to the eastern side, close
details for all elected Councillors and Works selected for ‘Fresh Gallery Otara focused on promoting the work of local to the Westﬁ eld car park. The through lane
Community Board members, at: Turns 1!’ will relate to Otara as a context artists and graduates and students from accessible from Wiri Station Road is also
www.manukau.govt.nz and click on for art-making. They will reﬂ ect relevant the Manukau School of Visual Arts. closed to all trafﬁ c. Visitor parking remains
‘Your Council’, then select ‘Mayor and issues in the community: the importance Also important has been bringing in the same place in the main council car
Councillors’ for their contact details or of family, nationhood and ancestral contemporary Paciﬁ c art to the Otara park off Osterley Way. All changes are
‘Community Boards’ to see the lists of connections; the inﬂ uence of emerging community as well as international clearly signposted.
community board members. cultures; and the adaptive nature of Paciﬁ c work that has come out of Otara-based A detailed map of the new layout
communities. projects.” was published in Manukau Matters issue
NEXT ISSUE Sunday 3 June 2007 In May 2006, the gallery, located in a The success of the gallery can be 20. Back issues of Manukau Matters
ISSN 1177-522X renovated shop in Otara, opened as a new measured not only in the variety and are available at libraries, on the council
facility of Manukau City Council working popularity of its exhibitions but also website www.manukau.govt.nz (where you
in partnership with the Otara Economic by the fact that Fresh Gallery Otara can also view a copy of the map), or email
Development Trust. has made good sales and generated email@example.com and
These days Fresh Gallery Otara is a welcome income for local artists. we can send a copy to you.
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PLANNING TO MEET
FUTURE WATER NEEDS
MANUKAU WATER LIMITED, The plan – known as the Three Waters needs. If we can encourage people to Mr Jaduram says the Three Waters
A MANUKAU CITY COUNCIL Strategic Planning process – has identiﬁ ed conserve water then we might be able to Strategic Planning process will outline
COMPANY, IS TAKING A that big decisions are required soon on delay or reduce the size of the required options facing the Auckland region
KEY ROLE IN A REGION- new wastewater facilities for the Auckland investment. This will have future cost to meet water supply, wastewater,
WIDE PLANNING PROCESS region, and that such improvements could beneﬁ ts for everyone.” and stormwater needs as the region’s
THAT AIMS TO MAKE SURE cost several billion dollars. Mr Jaduram notes that just one leaking population doubles over the next 80
ADEQUATE FACILITIES Raveen Jaduram, chief executive for tap can waste 260,000 litres in a year; years.
ARE IN PLACE TO MEET Manukau Water Limited, says the company more water than the average household Those options could include reducing
INCREASING DEMAND FOR is working closely with other utilities and consumes. demand through techniques such as
WASTEWATER SERVICES, AS local authorities to make sure the costs “There are many simple little things education, reuse and pricing to change
WELL AS STORMWATER AND of providing the new infrastructure are we can do around the house to save consumption habits.
DRINKING WATER. minimised. water, money and help the environment “We can already see short-term prices
“There are major infrastructure – and ultimately to reduce the need for for bulk water and wastewater services
requirements in the Auckland region and signiﬁ cant new infrastructure investment,” in the Auckland region are rising to pay
they require signiﬁ cant investment,” Mr he says. for future infrastructure investment, so
Jaduram says. “It is clear from the planning Water saving tips are detailed on the we need to look closely at how we can
so far that water conservation will play a company’s website: www.manukauwater. minimise this over the longer term,”
key role in minimising the future investment co.nz Mr Jaduram says.
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MAINTAINING AND UPGRADING WASTEWATER TREATMENT, STORMWATER DISPOSAL AND
DRINKING WATER SUPPLY FOR A RAPIDLY GROWING AUCKLAND REGION IS A BILLION
DOLLAR ISSUE FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND WATER UTILITY COMPANIES.
Injury Free Counties Manukau invites you to attend FREE
Injury prevention training: Burns and scalds
An average of 156 children under the age of five years are admitted to the Who should attend? Those working with children, the elderly, disabled
Middlemore Burn Unit each year. Many of their injuries are caused by hot water people, caregivers, the community, those working in injury prevention
from cups, kettles, baths or stove-related incidents. The majority of these incidents or anyone studying towards these pathways.
occur in or around the home and are easily prevented. These classes will show
practical ways to help to protect those at risk.
Details of training classes taking Date Thursday 24 May 2007 Date Thursday 7 June 2007 Date Thursday 28 June 2007
place in your area. Time 9.30am—3pm Time 9.30am—3pm Time 9.30am—3pm
Venue Franklin Arts & Cultural Centre Venue Uxbridge Centre Venue Papakura Marae
Cnr. Wesley St and Edinburgh St 35 Uxbridge Road Hunua Road
Pukekohe Howick Papakura
Registration is essential as places are limited. To register please contact: Facilitated by Child Safety Foundation New
Lauren Van Coller — (09) 262 8964 or firstname.lastname@example.org Zealand. Supported by Manukau City Council,
Ligi Harris — (09) 262 8900 ext 8731 New Zealand Fire Service, Middlemore Hospital
Caroline (Ligi) Harris — email@example.com Burn Unit, Burn Support Trust.
Manukau Matters Issue 21 PAGE 3
STRATEGY FOR MANUKAU
PLANNING FOR A NEW EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR MANUKAU
IS UNDERWAY, WITH A SERIES OF COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
MEETINGS ABOUT TO BEGIN. IT IS BEING COORDINATED BY
THE CITY OF MANUKAU EDUCATION TRUST (COMET).
COMET is a charitable trust established “Far too many of our young people are
by Manukau City Council. The strategy leaving school inadequately qualiﬁ ed and
will be linked to the goals for education poorly prepared, not only for the workforce,
improvements in the 10-year vision for but for life. We need to ﬁ nd a way to support
the city, Tomorrow’s Manukau – Manukau them to do better in the education system,
Apopo, which have the overall aim of raising and to reconnect with it.”
education and qualiﬁ cation levels. During the conference a strong plea
The process began recently with was made for more bilingual education
an outpouring of ideas and comment opportunities to allow students to study,
from delegates at a citywide education and become ﬂ uent, in two languages.
BOOKS FOR NEWBORNS conference held at TelstraClear Paciﬁ c
Another theme was how schools can
develop stronger relationships with the
LAUNCHED IN MANUKAU Mayor Sir Barry Curtis says improving
education is vital for the future of the
business community. Sir Barry says there
are many things businesses can contribute
From early June every newborn baby The pack is based on Wellington City city. He urged the conference attendees and there are beneﬁ ts for both sides from
living under the ﬂ ight path to Auckland Council’s successful Books to Babies pack to go back to their individual schools or a closer connection.
International Airport will receive a book which won a Pride in Print award in 2005 communities and start a debate about the “Businesses get a better understanding
gift pack, thanks to funding from the for its multi-coloured and multi-textured best way to move forward. of the challenges and problems facing
Auckland Airport Community Trust. packet designed especially for small “The whole community must be teachers and principals, while schools
The Books for Newborns project, hands. involved in shaping the strategy, including achieve a clearer picture of the world
designed to encourage literacy in Chief Executive Ofﬁ cer of COMET schools, parents and even the business beyond the school gates; a world every
Manukau, is a partnership between Bernadine Vester is thrilled that Books community. A key issue is to ﬁ nd ways to pupil is going to be part of when they
the City of Manukau Education Trust for Newborns is starting in Manukau. “It’s persuade more of our Paciﬁ c and Maori enter the workforce.”
(COMET) and Manukau City Council never too early to introduce infants to students to stay in school longer and
Libraries, with support from Plunket the joys of reading. This is also a great become qualiﬁ ed.
and the Books for Babes Trust. opportunity to encourage their parents
The pack, distributed by Otara and caregivers to take advantage of
and Papatoetoe Plunket nurses and the wonderful facilities available to THREE CHEERS FOR VOLUNTEERS!
Southseas Healthcare, contains a preschoolers at Manukau Libraries,” says More than 120 local residents from Botany, Howick, Mangere and Otara will be honoured
colourful Buzzy Bee board book, Ms Vester. in June for voluntary service to their communities.
promotional material about library COMET and Manukau Libraries are Hosted by Manukau City Council’s Community Boards, a special reception will be held
services, with the added incentive supporting the Books for Babes Trust to recognise the volunteer commitment that helps and strengthens communities.
of a second free gift to parents and in their bid to secure funding to extend Many volunteers put in long unpaid hours working for organisations, groups and
caregivers who visit the library with the project to include all of Manukau in services such as the school walking bus, home care for children, neighbourhood watch,
their baby. 2008. The Trust currently runs a similar budgeting, health, Maori Wardens, Paciﬁ c Wardens, civil defence, a knitters’ group set
Areas covered by the ﬂ ight path include programme in Auckland City. up for Ukranian orphans, mental health services and church groups.
parts of Mangere, Otara, Papatoetoe and Melva Yee, from the council’s Community Advisory Service, says it is ﬁ tting that the
Flat Bush. reception ceremony will coincide with the National Volunteers Awareness Awards.
300 SUBMISSIONS TO TE WHARE
O TORERE REBUILD PROPOSAL
MORE THAN 300 SUBMISSIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED TO
MANUKAU CITY COUNCIL’S APPLICATION FOR RESOURCE
CONSENT TO REBUILD TE WHARE O TORERE IN HOWICK’S
EMILIA MAUDE NIXON GARDEN OF MEMORIES.
Submissions closed on 4 May and a Senior Planning Adviser Robert Chan
preliminary analysis shows 313 submissions says the Resource Management Act requires
were received with 178 in support, 125 a hearing to be held within 25 days of the
opposed and 10 not speciﬁ ed. date submissions close. However, in view of
More than 70 of those making the large number received, the process of
submissions have asked to be heard at the analysing the submissions and preparing
hearings to consider the consent application. for a hearing where some 72 submitters
The application — seeking the demolition wish to be heard could take longer than
of the existing ﬁ re-damaged Te Whare o usual. It might therefore be necessary to
Torere and its replacement with improved seek an extension for the hearing to be held
facilities on the same site — will be heard within 50 days of the submissions’ closure
by independent commissioner the Hon date, which is allowed for under the Act.
Justice Peter Salmon QC, who has extensive
experience in resource consent issues. TE WHARE O TORERE BEFORE IT WAS DAMAGED BY FIRE.
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PROTECTING CHOOSING THE RIGHT TREE
MANUKAU’S TREES ARE A COMMON SOURCE OF
PROBLEMS BETWEEN NEIGHBOURS.
FOLLOWING A FEW GUIDELINES COULD
Everyone has the right to plant and
grow trees on their property. However,
if any trees, roots or branches cross
TREES HELP AVOID FUTURE HEADACHES. the boundary they are considered to be
trespassing and may be cut or trimmed by
the adjoining neighbour.
The District Plan does not control the
height of trees, shrubs or plants, or where
they are planted on a property. The council
only gets involved when rules in the
District Plan are being broken.
Trees shouldn’t be planted on the berm
outside your property. This is because
services like water pipes and electricity
could be affected. Also remember it is your
responsibility to prune trees so they don’t
hang over the footpath.
It is important to select tree species
that will grow to a scale appropriate to the
area and to the purpose wanted. Obtain
professional advice and consider:
• Site size and shape: before planting
think about how the site may change,
whether there is enough room for the
tree when it is fully grown. Will its roots
and branches affect buildings?
• Views: would a mature tree block views
or the sun for you or neighbours in
• Exposure: consider how windy or
sunny the site is. Species like manuka,
pohutukawa and kowhai adapt to
exposed areas and can provide good
• Appearance: size, colour, scent,
THROUGHOUT MANUKAU, TREES, profusion and the season of ﬂ owers and
NATIVE AND EXOTIC, MAKE A SIGNIFICANT fruit are quite different from one tree to
CONTRIBUTION TO THE CHARACTER AND the next. How will leaves, ﬂ owers, fruit
IDENTITY OF THE CITY. BUT TOO OFTEN or bird droppings affect the area?
THESE TREES HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO
VANDALISM AND UNNECESSARY CARELESS
Wounds to the roots, trunk/stem or main branches can cause
considerable problems for the health of a tree. This can happen PROTECTION OF
when there is building or chemical activity around trees or simply
by driving across roots with a heavy vehicle. NATIVE BUSH
For these reasons, anybody planning to work on a protected Landowners with native bush on their
tree or around its drip line should check with the council to see if property may be eligible for a grant from
they need consent. the Manukau City Council to help protect
Resource consent is generally needed for work on protected it. The council’s Bush Grants Policy offers
trees taller than six metres unless it is minor trimming or pruning grants as an incentive to encourage the
done with hand tools. retirement and revegetation of rural land
Protected species of exotic and native trees are listed in the as well as the ongoing maintenance of
District Plan. Speciﬁ c trees or groups of trees that have visual existing parcels of native bush. Grants
appeal, botanic or historic value are also protected. may be available for properties that have
The District Plan rules give recognition to the important role continuous canopy of native trees over 6m
trees play in Manukau’s environment. in height for a minimum area of 3000m 2.
Trees help to soften and visually enhance an increasingly To be eligible, the native bush must also be
populated and man-made environment. The presence of enclosed with a stock-proof fence because
vegetation helps to encourage native insects and birdlife such grazing prevents bush from regenerating.
as tui, waxeye and the kereru to our parks and neighbourhoods. If landowners have native bush less than
Trees also provide natural shelter from the sun, wind and the the minimum height they can apply for the
rain. In some cases trees can even provide a useful buffer from grant if they enter a binding covenant with
the sound of trafﬁ c and other urban noise. the council to protect the area. Native bush
It is a Resource Management Act offence to work on a contributes to the amenity, biodiversity and,
protected tree without consent. The penalty depends on the in some areas, the stability of the land.
court, but may include imprisonment or a ﬁ ne. In 2006, a person
who cut down a pohutukawa tree at Maraetai was ﬁ ned $30,000.
Manukau Matters Issue 21 PAGE 5
PUBLIC NOTICES Council and community meetings for June 2007
Pursuant to Section 46 Part 7 of Local Government Ofﬁ cial Information and Meetings
Act 1987 public notice is hereby given of the meeting times and dates of the Manukau
Space for lease Space for lease
City Council and its standing committees for the month of 2007. The following standing
An opportunity for community An opportunity for community
committee meetings will be held in the Manukau Room, Manukau Civic Centre on the date
organisations to lease space in organisations to lease space in the
the Otara Community Ofﬁ ces, Papatoetoe depot, 91 Cambridge
Economic Development Committee 6 June 2007 5pm
Otara town centre Terrace, Papatoetoe
Transport Committee 7 June 2007 5pm
Expressions of interest are invited from Expressions of interest are invited from Corporate Governance Committee 12 June 2007 5pm
not-for-proﬁ t community organisations not-for-proﬁ t community organisations Community Development Committee 13 June 2007 5pm
that could provide services of value to that could provide services of value to Environment and Urban Design Committee 14 June 2007 5pm
the Otara community and which might the Papatoetoe community and which Strategic Directions Committee 19 June 2007 5pm
be interested in leasing ofﬁ ce space in might be interested in leasing ofﬁ ce
the Otara Community Ofﬁ ces, beside the space in the Papatoetoe depot, 91 The following standing committee meetings will be held at Rainbows End, corner Great
Tui Room. Cambridge Terrace, Papatoetoe. South and Wiri Station Roads, Manukau.
There is one ofﬁ ce available, There are four ofﬁ ces available, each Hearings Committee 5 June 2007 9.30am
approximately 10m 2 in size. There is a approximately 20m 2 in size. There is a Community Safety Committee 7 June 2007 9.30am
shared kitchen and facilities and the shared kitchen and facilities, and the Hearings Committee (Colin Dale Park Hearing) 11/12/13 June 2007 9.30am
adjacent Tui Room is also available for adjacent Papa and Toetoe Rooms are
group meetings etc. also available for group meetings etc. The following standing committee meeting will be held at Makaurau Marae, Ruaiti Place,
The rooms will be open for viewing The rooms will be open to view Mangere:
3pm-5pm on Friday 25 May and Friday between 4pm and 6.30pm on Monday Te Tiriti o Waitangi Committee 20 June 2007 5pm
1 June 2007, and council will offer 21 and 28 May 2007 and council staff
assistance with applications and provide will offer assistance with applications The following commissioners’ hearing will be held in the conference room at Finn
further information on its requirements and provide further information on McCool’s Irish Pub, 712 Great South Rd, Manukau:
at this time. It is essential that all council requirements at this time. It 19 McNicol Road, Clevedon 19 June 200 9.30am
interested parties and organisations is essential that all interested parties
attend. If you have a current application and organisations attend. If you have a The following meetings will be held in council chambers
for premises with council, please also current application for premises with the Council (to adopt LTCCP) 21 June 2007 5pm
attend so that your interest in this council, please also attend so that your Council (monthly meeting) 28 June 2007 5pm
facility can be registered. interest in this facility can be registered.
Contact Maureen Sheldon, Please contact Maureen Sheldon, Community board meetings will be held as follows:
Community Tenancies Coordinator, Community Tenancies Coordinator, Mangere Community Board 11 June 2007 5pm
Ph 262 8900 ext 8827 for more Ph 2628900 ext 8827 for more Nga Tapuwae Community Centre, 253 Buckland Road, Mangere
information and to obtain an application information and to obtain an application Botany Community Board 11 June 2007 6.30pm
form. form. Botany Library, 1 Sunset Terrace
Botany Shopping Centre, Botany Downs
Closing date for applications Friday 8 Closing date for applications Friday 1 Clevedon Community Board 18 June 2007 7.30pm
June 2007. June 2007. Clevedon Hall, Main Road, Clevedon
Pakuranga Community Board 18 June 2007 7.30pm
Community Room, Pakuranga Library Complex
Aylesbury Street, Pakuranga
Otara Community Board 18 June 2007 5pm
Otara Music Arts Centre, Otara Town Centre, Otara
Manurewa Community Board 25 June 2007 6.30pm
Manukau Room, Level 3, Manukau Civic Centre
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Howick Community Board 25 June 2007 7pm
AT COUNCIL Nixon Park Community Hall, 70R Sale Street, Howick
Papatoetoe Community Board 25 June 2007 7pm
For these and other employment opportunities at council visit: www.manukau.govt.nz and Papatoetoe Chambers
select ‘Jobs at council’ under the ‘most popular’ banner. 31—33 St George Street, Papatoetoe
Coordinator — Manukau the Healthy City
Manukau City Council Safe Communities Coordinator
This role supports the Te Ora o Manukau — Manukau the Healthy City partnership Manukau City Council
and focuses on developing and managing key relationships within the health and The focus of this role is to enhance community safety in Manukau city and to
well-being sector in Manukau city. A key focus is promoting and coordinating initiatives coordinate crime prevention and community safety initiatives. We are seeking
under the Healthy City principles, the Treaty of Waitangi and the Ottawa Charter. someone with experience in working in partnership with community organisations,
We are seeking a skilled communicater, passionate about improving health and well- and with excellent communication and facilitation skills. You will also need advanced
being outcomes in the city with experience in community development and advocacy. project management skills and the ability to work with a range of diverse communities
You will be developing relationships and establishing networks with a range and cultures. You will join the Community Safety and Health Team which seeks to make
of government agencies, health service providers and voluntary groups. If you are a positive contribution to crime prevention and community safety throughout Manukau
seeking an opportunity to make a positive difference in your community, then we want city. We are seeking a committed and enthusiastic problem solver who can work as part
to hear from you. of a focused community team.
Vacancy Number: MM 3787 Vacancy Number: MM 3786
Applications close: 24 May 2007, 12 noon Applications close: 24 May 2007, 12 noon
For more details on these vacancies, or to view the full list of employment opportunities at Manukau City Council, you can visit www.seek.co.nz/manukau; email a request
for a position description to firstname.lastname@example.org; or phone 09 262 8907. Please quote the vacancy number with all requests or inquiries and with your application.
Manukau City Council is a progressive organisation with a leading role in the Local Government sector and a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
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Notice of Requirement
Notiﬁ cation of an Application for Requirement under Section 168 of the
Resource Management Act 1991
Manukau City Council has received a Notice of Requirement for New Zealand ONEHUNGA
Reﬁ ning Company Limited. Hillsborough Te Papapa Southdown
Location: The existing oil pipeline extends 161 kilometres, starting from Marsden
Point, Salle Road, Ruakaka in Northland and ending at the Wiri Oil Services Terminal Westfield
in Manukau city. Wiri Oil Services Terminal is located at 149 Roscommon Road, Wiri,
Manukau city (opposite Wiri Station Road intersection with Roscommon Road).
Refer to map.
In the Manukau city boundary the existing underground pipeline enters from the Mangere Bridge
foreshore of Manukau Harbour at Ambury Park, and traverses through the Water Care Ambury Park OTAHUHU
Services Treatment Plant area and then generally through the Pukaki area to Puhinui Favona
Road and through to Pine Road and terminates at Wiri Oil Terminal.
Full details of the legal descriptions are included within the Notice of Requirement
The purpose of the Notice of Requirement (NOR) is to designate within the Manukau
District Plan, the corridor of the existing underground oil pipeline that traverses the
route through Manukau city.
The Notice of Requirement intends only to designate the current underground oil Mangere
pipeline route and does not include any new pipelines or any additions to the pipeline. Papatoetoe
The Notice of Requirement documentation identiﬁ es the proposal will achieve the
following three key objectives:
• To assist in ensuring the safety of current and future land owners by recording the Puh
Reﬁ nery to Auckland Pipeline (RAP) corridor in the District Plan Ihumatao
• To enhance and ensure protection of the pipeline and its corridor from potentially
conﬂ icting activities
• To provide sufﬁ cient corridor width to continue to allow for safe separation from
potentially conﬂ icting activities, and for uninterrupted continuation of operation, Wiri Oil Services
maintenance and inspection activities.
Auckland International Airport
Address for service:
Boffa Miskell (Attention Campbell Jensen)
82 Wyndham Street
PO Box 91250
Existing Underground Pipeline Route
Where to view: The application can be viewed, and copies of submission forms are
• The Public counter, Manukau City Council, Kotuku House, Manukau Square,
Manukau city. Monday to Friday (except Wednesday), 8.30am to 5pm. Wednesday, Local election hui
8.30am to 4pm.
Hui to raise awareness regarding local government elections 2007
• Mangere Bridge Library, 5-7 Church Road, Mangere Bridge. Monday to Wednesday
and Friday, 9am to 5pm. Thursday, 9am to 8pm. Saturday, 9.30am to 12.30pm. The Manukau City Council is holding hui to raise awareness
• Mangere Town Centre Library, Bader Drive, Monday to Wednesday and Friday, amongst Maori regarding the upcoming local government
9am to 5pm. Thursday, 9am to 7pm. Saturday 9.30am to 4pm. elections.
Information pertaining to this notiﬁ cation may also be viewed on council’s website The evenings are a chance to hear what council does and to
www.manukau.govt.nz. Key word “reﬁ nery’. encourage an increase in the participation by Maori in council
processes, speciﬁ cally the 2007 local authority elections.
Submissions: Submissions to the above Notice of Requirement must be received by All are welcome to attend.
4.30pm on 20 June 2007. The hui are on:
If you wish to make a submission, you may do so by sending a written submission to the — Tuesday 22 May 2007, 6pm—8pm, Te Puea Marae, Mangere Bridge
council addressed to the Manager — Resource Consents, Manukau City Council, Private — Tuesday 29 May 2007, 6pm—8pm, Uxbridge meeting room, Howick
Bag 76917, Manukau city — Attention: Mangere/Manurewa Team, Level 4, Kotuku House, — Thursday 31 May 2007, 6pm—8pm, Manurewa Marae, Manurewa
to arrive not later than the date listed in the notice above. To assist with planning and catering, please register your attendance by contacting
The submission must be dated, signed by you, and include the following information: Harmony Hill on Ph 262 8900 ext: 8805
1 Your name, postal address and phone number/fax number.
2 Details of the application in respect of which you are making the submission,
including location. Rubbish collection
3 Whether you support or oppose the application.
Temporary change to rubbish and recycling collection days in Manukau city
4 Your submission with reasons.
5 The decision you wish the Manukau City Council to make. Residents are advised that rubbish and recycling should be put out one day later than
6 Whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission. usual in the week commencing Monday 4 June, Queens’ Birthday Monday.
Any inquiries regarding this application should be directed to Farida Dean on telephone No rubbish/recycling collection will take place on the public holiday, Monday 4 June.
262 8900 ext 8119. Therefore all rubbish and recycling scheduled for collection on that day should be put
out one day later, on the Tuesday, with each subsequent collection day being one day
A copy of your submission must be served as soon as reasonably practicable on later than scheduled for the rest of the week.
the applicant and should be sent to the Address for Service noted above. Collection days will revert to the normal schedule the following week.
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High proﬁ le economist, author, investment
Paciﬁc Music Awards
This is just a sample of the many events happening in Manukau. manager, columnist and philanthropist; Venue: TelstraClear Paciﬁ c Events Centre
For a full list please visit www.manukau.govt.nz and click on “Calendar of Events” always entertaining, Gareth’s presentations Hours: 8pm—9.30pm
in the “Most Popular” box at the top right of the page. Scroll down and click on are an opportunity not to be missed. Price: Adult $20, Child $15,
“Find out what’s on in Manukau”. Family package $60
Dr Morgan will speak about: Contact: Box Ofﬁ ce
Multi-day events One-day events • Outlook for investment markets Phone: 09 976 7777
— housing to international shares Email: ticketing@paciﬁ c.org.nz
First and third Saturday each month • Kiwisaver — the good, the bad, Website: www.paciﬁ c.org.nz
Mangere Bridge Craft Market and the downright ugly. The ceremony will involve the presentations
Venue: Village Square, Coronation Road, • And with fellow motorcyclist Joanne. of eight music awards along with live
Mangere Bridge An update of their experiences to date performances by prominent Paciﬁ c artists.
Hours: 10am—2pm as beginners in the philanthropic sector.
Contact: Carol-Anne Armitage
Phone: 09 622 1338 1—24 June
Email: email@example.com 25 to 27 May Manukau Flightpath
Stalls include locally crafted jewellery, NZ Scrapbooking and Craft Venue: Manukau Square, Manukau city
puppets and cards. Held weather permitting. Expo (SENZ 2007) Hours: 24hrs
To 9 June Venue: TelstraClear Paciﬁ c Events Centre Price: FREE
Fresh Gallery Otara Turns 1! Hours: Friday—Saturday 10am—5pm; Contact: www.photographyfestival.org.nz
Every Sunday Venue: Fresh Gallery Otara Sunday 10am—4pm Part of the Auckland Festival of
The Clevedon Village Farmers Hours: Tuesday—Friday 10am—5pm; Price: $10 Adult, $5 child, Group $90 for 10 Photography Trust’s annual Creative
Market Saturday 8am—2pm Contact: Fiona Caldwell Exposure festival. This is an outdoor display
Venue: Sale Yards, Monument Road, Price: FREE Phone: 07 854 6805 of aerial photography, showing a bird’s
Clevedon Contact: Ema Tavola Email: ﬁ firstname.lastname@example.org eye view of the ﬂ ightpath to Auckland
Hours: 8.30am—12noon Phone: 09 274 6400 Website: www.senz.co.nz International Airport.
Contact: Helen Dorresteyn Email: email@example.com A combination of high quality craft exhibits,
Phone: 021 523 616 Website: www.manukau.govt.nz demonstrations, classes, mini workshops,
Email: First birthday exhibition featuring local, seminars, displays and competitions. 2—4 June
firstname.lastname@example.org national and international artists. Manukau Live Steamers Train
An authentic farmers market with organic The 15th exhibition at Fresh Gallery Otara Club — Queens Birthday Live
and spray-free produce, gourmet provisions will be a multi-media exhibition celebrating 26 May Steam Weekend
and pony rides for the children. the ﬁ rst birthday of the gallery, its artists, Southside Comedy Venue: Center Park Robertson Road
exhibitions and community. Featured artists Venue: TelstraClear Paciﬁ c Events Centre Mangere
include Luse Namani, Samiu Napa’a and Hours: 8pm—10.15pm Hours: 11am—4pm
To 2 June Danielle Meredith and Glenda Vilisoni. Contact: Ticket Direct Price: Rides cost $ 2p/p Concessions
How to Tread Lightly & Live Phone: 0800 244 244 available
Like a Shadow: Photography Email: www.ticketdirect.co.nz Contact: David Giles
— A Fanau Affair To 2 December Comedy comes out south with a great Phone: Residence 09 535 8577,
Venue: Mangere Arts Centre, Shop 17, Te Aroha Kotahi Performing night of laughs. Your host is Billy T award Business 09 576 7162
Mangere Town Centre Arts Club winner Mike Loder (Off the Wire, Out Of Email: email@example.com
Hours: Tuesday—Friday 9am–5pm; Saturday Venue: Mangere East Hall (Metro Theatre), The Question) presenting a hilarious mix of Website: www.manukaulivesteamers.co.nz
8.30am—3pm Massey Rd top acts including ‘That Indian guy’ Tarun The Manukau Live Steamers operate
Contact: Noelle Jakeman Hours: 1pm—5pm Mohanbhai, TM Bishop and side splitting miniature trains which take passengers
Phone: 09 275 0482 Price: Adults $3 feature act Andrew Clay. for rides on the 2000m railway track at
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Monique Warmington Center Park. Diesel and electric locomotives
Website: www.manukau.govt.nz Phone: 09 278 1133 operate daily.
An exhibition of photography by Greg Semu, Email: email@example.com 27 May
Evotia Tamua Thompson and Eimi Tamua. Website: www.geocities.com/ Spanish and Latin Dance
tearohakotahiperformingartsclub/ Fiesta 23—24 June
Club Days held Saturdays fortnightly. Venue: Te Tuhi the Mark, 13 Reeves Rd, Manukau City Symphony
To 3 June Friendly atmosphere where local talent Pakuranga Orchestra — Love, Loss and
Works by Donna Campbell and community interaction is encouraged Hours: 2pm Laughter
Venue: Nathan Homestead, 70 Hill Road, including a live band and karaoke. Price: Donations to the Cancer Society. Venue: TelstraClear Paciﬁ c Events Centre,
Manurewa Contact: Jane Luscombe Genesis Energy Theatre
Hours: Monday—Friday 9am—5pm; Phone: 09 620 6942 Hours: 7.30pm—10pm and 2.30pm—5pm
Weekends 1pm—4pm 23 May Celebrating 35 years of Jane Luscombe’s Price: $15—$38, plus booking fees
Contact: Noelle Jakeman The Investment Adventurer Spanish Dance School. Featuring Spanish Contact: Box Ofﬁ ce
Phone: 09 275 0482 Dr Gareth Morgan Fiesta Dancers: Folklore Chileno — Latino, Phone: 09 976 7777
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Venue: TelstraClear Paciﬁ c Events Centre Casa Tango. Email: ticketing@paciﬁ c.org.nz
Website: www.manukau.govt.nz Hours: 6pm—8pm Website: www.paciﬁ c.org.nz
Donna’s work applies the technology of Price: Tickets $15 payable at the door, Delight in Elgar’s beautiful setting of poetry.
the Maori art form of raranga (weaving) to with all proceeds going to Kidz First, Be amused by David Hamilton’s witty
create innovative works that carry the mana matched dollar for dollar by the Morgan settings of Jack Prelutzky’s pithy poetry.
(prestige) of weaving and speak with the Family Charitable Foundation. Seats are Be awed by the beauty of Andrew Lloyd-
voice of the urban modern Maori. limited, admission not guaranteed without Webber’s contemporary Requiem Mass.
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.
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