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PAPAKURA COURIER, FEBRUARY 23, 2011
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Support Groups for Women
Inner City Women's Group (approved service provider)
has a strong commitment to ensuring family violence
support groups are accessible to all women within the
community on a donation basis
Involvement in domestic abuse can be a life shattering experience and
the Inner City Women's Group has responded to the many different
needs expressed by developing an integrated package of education/
support courses to assist women to rebuild their lives
For course schedules - please visit our website:
For support and enrolment contact:
Phone: 279 8727 or 360 4933
Welcome Haere mai
2011 courses are now under way and we are
Breaking the Cycle - victims of domestic violence
Irate, Women and Anger
Reclaiming Myself - assertiveness, communication,
Preventing Violence against Women - Te Araitanga Tukino Whare Tangata
Auckland Council has released its
Draft Annual Plan 2011/2012.
It sets out the council's plans for the year 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012,
and the budget required to make them happen.
It outlines Auckland Council's proposal to undertake $773 million worth
of capital works in 2011/2012, and spend $1.8 billion on providing
services. It's your rates that help pay for council projects in your local
area and across the region, making Auckland a great place to live.
Soon you will find a summary of the draft annual plan in your
letterbox, which includes a freepost feedback form. We are interested
to hear your feedback on the draft annual plan along with
amendments we are proposing to our long-term plan.
You can do this online or through the freepost form.
Copies of the documents and feedback forms are available
• at any library
• any council service centre
• online at www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
• call us (09) 301 0101.
Find out more: phone 09 301 0101
or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
IT'S TIME TO TELL
US WHAT YOU THINK
says Bluff-Cape cyclist
Strong support: Karaka resident detective senior sergeant Dave Glossop has been
heartened by the community support he's encountering.
Photo: NICOLA WILLIAMS
By NICOLA WILLIAMS
A police officer is
humbled by the com-
munity's support for his
Head of Otara CIB
detective senior sergeant
Dave Glossop leaves on
March 5 to cycle from
Bluff to Cape Reinga to
raise money and aware-
ness for the Mental
The Karaka resident
has been seeking spon-
sorship and organising
the event while training
and keeping up with
The logistical side is
coming together, the
local community and
police staff have been
really helpful in assist-
ing me,'' he says.
Mr Glossop appre-
ciates the generous
donations and would like
to encourage others to
visit his website to learn
about the ride or make a
People can also drop
off a donation at the
Otara police stations.
There have been some
very humbling donations
from people who have
seen the publicity,'' Mr
It's about raising
money for the foundation
but it's also about aware-
ness --- if it prompts
people to talk about
depression, that's what
we want to achieve.''
He's seen a positive
cultural change towards
mental illness within the
police and the com-
munity and he hopes to
help further de-
stigmatise the issue.
The riders are due in
Auckland on March 24
en route to Cape Reinga.
A sausage sizzle will be
held at the Botany Avan-
tiPlus, 500 Ti Rakau
Drive, at around 1pm.
As long as I keep
turning the pedals I will
get there. I am confident
I've got the mental
strength --- it will just be
whether my body
behaves itself or not,'' he
Go to www.rideoutofthe
blue.co.nz for details.
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