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The team at Ally Cutz
would like to welcome
Ashley to the team.
Ashley has been
Central Papakura for
the last 8 years, and has
become very a well known
face around town.
Ashley would love to
welcome all her fabulous
clients to feel free to come
and see her at the new salon.
Ashley starts work on the
1st of February, Wednesday
to Saturday. We look
forward to seeing all your
smiling faces in 2012.
To make an appointment with Ashley phone:
Pahurehure Shopping Centre, Papakura
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Airport business takes off
Auckland Airport saw the highest
demand for international travel it s
ever experienced in the week ending
There were more than 170,000 inter-
national arrivals and departures, aero-
nautical operations manager Judy
This is more than any other
recorded week -- even the peak periods
experienced during the final stages of
last year s Rugby World Cup.
This result indicates that despite
some challenging economic conditions
more people than ever are willing and
able to travel internationally to and
from New Zealand.
She says the airport acknowledges
the work of its many partners in
ensuring that the high number of
travellers are processed smoothly and
efficiently and that their first and last
impressions of New Zealand are posi-
Many different organisations are
involved in the successful running of a
major international airport, including
border agencies, airlines, retailers,
food and beverage suppliers, police,
ground-handlers, cleaners and taxi-
drivers. Everyone at the airport has an
important role in growing New
Zealand s reputation as a great place
Lifestylers need to join scheme
Lifestylers with cattle will have to
join a national identification scheme
expected to start this year.
The National Animal Identifi-
cation and Tracing scheme will
become mandatory for cattle from
July 1 once legislation is passed
early this year.
Deer will join the scheme from
Commercial beef, dairy and deer
farmers are largely up to speed with
what the scheme is about but anec-
dotal evidence shows not all
lifestylers are, says NAIT chief
executive Russell Burnard.
Lifestylers have an important
role in the success of the scheme,
even though the number of cattle
and deer on lifestyle blocks is rela-
tively small, he says.
The scheme will provide reliable
up-to-date information on individual
animal locations and movements.
Its central database needs a
record of all animals so it s able to
trace animals that might be at risk
in the event of a biosecurity threat.
Mr Burnard says that will
improve New Zealand s response in
the event of a biosecurity threat and
help its ability to resume trade
It will also help protect New
Zealand s reputation in overseas
To be compliant lifestylers will
Tag cattle and deer with NAIT
approved radio frequency identif-
ication device ear tags which they
can do now
Get their NAIT number by regis-
tering themselves and their farm or
property with NAIT from this
Register cattle and deer with
NAIT from July
Record all off-farm movements of
cattle with NAIT from July
Record all deaths and losses of
cattle or deer with NAIT from July.
Call 0800-624-843, email info@
nait.co.nz or go to www.nait.co.nz/
farmers/ for full details of the
Stacey gives up high heels for hospice
By ADRIAN EVANS
Pumped: Totara Hospice's 2011 team
Dr Evil's Angels celebrates with hospice
ambassador Valerie Adams.
New face: TV and radio personality Stacey Daniels Morrison will front the 2012 Sunrise Walk for Totara Hospice south
Totara Hospice south Auckland s
newest ambassador Stacey Daniels
Morrison will trade in her high
heels for sports shoes in March
when she fronts the 2012 Sunrise
Walk for Hospice.
The popular TV and radio person-
ality is looking forward to the event
and says she s pleased to finally get
the chance to give back to hospice.
When you get asked to do things
you ve got to make sure it s a good
match and because I had that
experience with my mum I didn t
hesitate to be a part of the event.
Ten years ago her mother
succumbed to a terminal illness but
the hospice experience helped to
ease the load during a trying time,
I knew in my heart that I d
eventually do something with hos-
pice because they made the experi-
ence with our mum that much bet-
The concept of what a hospice is
can be quite scary for some people
and I know that mum was scared.
She thought it meant she was giv-
ing up but it was the opposite to our
Totara Hospice fundraising coor-
dinator Karen Galvan is rapt to
have the TV presenter on board for
the fundraising walk.
Stacey s profile and personality
resonates well with what we re try-
ing to achieve through the Sunrise
Walk. We just wanted somebody
who is bright, vibrant, funny and
smart and Stacey is all of those
things. Now in its third year, the
women-only event has grown from
strength to strength, Ms Galvan
She s aiming to see it become a
premier event on the south Auck-
Yes, it s a women s event but
we ve had a few inquiries so
husbands are allowed too. They just
have to do things our way -- whether
it be tutus or wigs.
Walkers can register online and
create their own fundraising web-
The 5km route starts in the Auck-
land Botanic Gardens and winds
around to Totara Park Reserve
before returning to the start line.
Last year it attracted 1200 walk-
ers and raised just under $100,000
for the palliative care specialists.
This year organisers are hoping to
pull in 1500 walkers and reach
For Mrs Daniels Morrison it s all
about giving back.
That s how I was raised -- that
you should use opportunities to help
The 2012 Sunrise Walk for Hospice
is on March 25. Contact 640-0250
for details or email
Registrations close on March 20.
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