Central Leader : January 5th 2011
2 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 5, 2011 NEWS Office Ph 630 5419 Fax 630 5435 Editor Katherine Forbes email: email@example.com Sales Manager Jeff Clayton email: firstname.lastname@example.org Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: email@example.com Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 52,975 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '09.) Delivered each Wednesday/ Friday to Balmoral, Epsom, Greenlane, Hillsborough, Lynfield, Mt Albert (south of railway line), Mt Eden, Mt Roskill, Morningside, New Windsor, One Tree Hill, Onehunga, Oranga, Owairaka, Penrose (not Te Papapa), Royal Oak, Sandringham, Three Kings. Unit 1.3, 72 Dominion Road. Private Bag 56910, Mt Eden. www.centralleader.co.nz Travel the South Island on our privately chartered train and see stunning scenery not viewed from the road. 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From left: Loryn Pepperell, conductor Bryan Holden and Pat Brosnon. Photo: JASON OXENHAM By HANNAH SPYKSMA The unusual sound of the mandolin will be seren- ading audiences in Epsom this weekend. The Federated Mando- lin Ensemble is set to play its first concert in Auckland for 20 years following a week-long festival. Fifty performers, in- cluding musicians from overseas and members of the Auckland Mandolin- ata Orchestra, will con- gregate at the Raye Freedman Arts Centre to lull audiences with the instrument s original sound. This is a unique op- portunity to hear a truly classical orchestra with players from both inside and outside New Zea- land, organiser Diana Grant-Mackie says. As well as the classic mandolin, the event will feature musicians play- ing mandolas, luito, mandocello, guitars and more. Likened to a cross between a guitar, a uku- lele and a bass, the man- dolin gets its sound from plucking double strings. It s derived from the lute family of instru- ments, which originated in North Africa. The concert is part of a week-long festival cele- brating the instrument, for fun people and serious musicians . Music will include fea- ture pieces by inter- nationally acclaimed New Zealand composer David Farquhar. The concert will also be the world premiere for newly commissioned works by Australasian composers Yvette Au- dain and Ann Carr-Boyd. Tickets for the con- cert, which takes place on January 8 starting at 8pm, are available through iticket.co.nz. Visit www.mandolin ata.net for more details. Target to cut delays As of this month Auck- land City Hospital s northern regional cancer care centre has set the challenge to reduce the wait for radiation treat- ment from six weeks to four. The goal comes with the introduction of a new linear accelerator that replaces an older machine. The new addition means there are now nine of the machines in Auckland. To help the centre achieve its four-week target, health minister Tony Ryall says the gov- ernment will spend more than $300,000 to improve patient manage- ment systems which could open up to five extra treatment slots per day. There is good evi- dence that delays in starting cancer treat- ment can reduce the chances of controlling cancer and increase the relapse rate. If a centre meets the four-week target, patients and clinicians can be assured people are getting their cancer treatment within a clinically appropriate and safe timeframe. He says the govern- ment is investing up to $32 million over five years in a bowel cancer screening programme.
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