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PAPAKURA COURIER, MARCH 2, 2011
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
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Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th March
SIR TOPHAM HATT, THE FAT CONTROLLER WILL BE IN CHARGE!
First train departs 10am, and every 30 minutes thereafter till 4pm
Train Fares: Adult $20, Child $10 (Under 4yrs free) Family $55
(Train fares also include all childrens entertainment)
Ph: 09 636 9361
Day Out With ThomasTM
Thomas the Tank Engine & FriendsTM
Based on The Railway Series by Reverend W. Awdry
© 2010 Gullane (Thomas) Limited
© 2010 HIT Entertainment Limited.
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Plant auction, Papakura
Baptist Church Garden Group
holds its annual plant auction
tomorrow, March 3. Meet at
6.30pm in the carpark at 44
Clevedon Rd, Papakura, ready
to car pool to Pam's Place,
993 Main Rd, Paerata. Ph: Jim
or Muriel 299-6945.
Prayer day, A World Day of
Prayer service will be held on
March 4, 10am, at Papakura
Anglican Church, 40 Coles
Cres. Service written by the
women of Chile. All welcome.
Boys programme, First Church
runs ICONZ, helping Kiwi boys
discover a whole new world of
firsts, every Friday night during
school term at the church's
youth hall, Coles Cres,
Papakura. For boys aged six to
10. Ph: 296-0079
Garage sale, Papakura
Genealogy Group holds a giant
garage sale on March 5, from
8am at Genealogy House, 11
Opaheke Rd, Papakura.
Alfriston Country Market,
Saturday, and every first
Saturday of the month, 9am-
noon, corner of Mill and
Alfriston roads. Ph: 266-5134.
Weeding bee, Friends of Kirks
Bush holds a weeding working
bee on March 5, at the Great
South Rd entrance at 9am.
Ph: Nadene 299-7440.
Left Here, Nanaia Mahuta is
guest speaker at the Left Here
forum on March 7, 7.30pm at
Papakura Senior Citizens Hall,
8 East St, Papakura. Ph:
Ladies Probus, Papakura West
Ladies Probus Club meets on
March 8 10am at the Hawkins
Centre, Ray Small Drive. New
members welcome. Ph: Ivy
Toastmasters meets on March
8, 7.30pm, upstairs at the
Papakura RSA, 40 Elliot St.
Ph: 298-0063 or papakura
Indoor bowls, Papakura club
starts its new season on
March 8, and every Tuesday,
roll-up 7.15pm, at Baptist
Church Hall, Clevedon Rd,
Papakura. Ph: Marion
Knitwits, Learn to knit with
Papakura Knitwits on March 9,
and the second and fourth
Wednesday of the month,
10am-noon at Sir Edmund
Hillary Library, 209 Great
South Rd. Beginners and more
experienced knitters welcome.
Ph: Kathy 298-4368.
Breast friends, Auckland
South Breast Friends meets
on March 9, 7.30pm at 55
Marne Rd, Papakura, for an
informal evening with a
speaker and supper to follow.
Ph: Annette 298-8172.
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