Central Leader : January 19th 2011
17 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS 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 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: www.innercitywomensgroup.org.nz For support and enrolment contact: Phone: 360 4933 Email: email@example.com Welcome Haere mai 2011 courses in your area are about to start and we are now taking enrolments Breaking the Cycle - victims of domestic violence Irate, Women and Anger Reclaiming Myself - assertiveness, communication, confidence building "Unique course" - Between Mother and Child - parenting in the context of domestic violence Preventing Violence against Women - Te Araitanga Tukino Whare Tangata www.minedu.govt.nz Applications have opened for the 2012 round of the Ministry of Education's Aspire Scholarship, with at least 50 year 9 Aspire Scholarships available for 2012. The Aspire Scholarship is for students from low income families who would like to attend a New Zealand private secondary school. The scholarship contributes up to $15,000 a year for private secondary school tuition fees and up to $1,500 a year for course related costs, while the student is at that school. The scholarship does not cover boarding fees and cannot be used at state or state-integrated schools. Students are eligible for an Aspire Scholarship if: they will be in year 9 in 2012 • their primary caregiver(s)' joint annual gross income of is $56,000 or less • (not including Working For Families tax credits income) the joint net worth of their primary caregiver(s) is $200,000 or less • (not including household items) they, or their primary caregiver(s), are not beneficiaries of any trusts • (exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis) they are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand. • Applications must be received at the Ministry of Education National Office in Wellington by 5pm on 9 May 2011 All eligible applications will go in a ballot and the available scholarships will be drawn at random. For an application pack: visit www.minedu.govt.nz/aspire • email firstname.lastname@example.org • phone 04 463 8262 or your local/regional Ministry of Education office. • Scholarships for students to attend private secondary schools Te Tahuhu o te Matauranga MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MTALBERT RD NEW NORTH RD DOMIN ION RD DOMIN IONRD BALMORAL RD MTE DENR D HILLSBOROUGH RD LANDSCAPE RD WHITE SWAN RD RICHARDSON RD MAY RD STODDARD RD ST LUKES RD MT ALBERT RD MT SMART RD CAMPBELL RD GREENLANE RD MANUKAU RD 16 1 S AN DRI NG HAMRD GREAT SOUTH RD 20 Penrose Three Kings Hillsborough Onehunga Blockhouse Bay New Windsor Epsom Mt Eden One Tree Hill Mt Roskill Sandringham Mt Albert Balmoral Mt Eden St Lukes Mt Albert Mt Roskill Three Kings Royal Oak Onehunga Royal Oak Kingsland 5 1 3 7 5 6 0 0 01 1 12 5 2 2 Burglaries for December 27 to January 2: Blockhouse Bay: Boundary Rd, Kinross St, Wolverton St, Whitney St, Puketea St, Swin- burne St, Caledonian Place Epsom: Manukau Rd Hillsborough: Hillsborough Rd, Melrose Rd, Arundel St, Queenstown Rd (2) Mt Albert: Fifth Ave, Carring- ton Rd, Alberton Ave, Ennismore Rd, Toroa Tce Kingsland: Alexander St Mt Roskill: Gregory Place, Tri- ton Ave, Penney Ave, May Rd (2), Jessop St New Windsor: Mary Dreaver St, Methuen Rd, Mulgan St Three Kings: Hayr Rd, Carr RdOnehunga: Victoria St, Felix St, Grey St (2), Quadrant Rd, Neilson St, Inkerman St, Arthur St, Spring St, Alfred St, Mt Smart Rd, Trafalgar St Penrose: Station Rd (2) Royal Oak: Goldstine Place, Boyd Ave, Mt Albert Rd, Pah Rd, Crown St One Tree Hill: Amaru Rd Balmoral, Sandringham, Mt Eden: 0 New facilities: Ponsonby director of rugby Bryan Williams, left, checks out the newly revamped Western Springs Stadium with club chairman Peter Thorp and mayor Len Brown. Western Springs upgraded By SCOTT MORGAN International rugby stars from Samoa and Tonga are set to descend on an upgraded West- ern Springs Stadium later this year for the Rugby World Cup. The teams will use the Pon- sonby Rugby Club's home ground as a training venue dur- ing the tournament, with new lights, turf and clubrooms installed to meet International Rugby Board standards. For Ponsonby director of rugby Bryan Williams there's a personal connection with his two sons Gavin and Paul likely to be named in the Samoan squad after playing for them last year. Hopefully one or both will make it. It's a special connection for me,'' the former All Black winger says. Ponsonby has got a number of Polynesian members, so to have our brothers coming down here to train is an exciting pros- pect.'' He says the club is proposing to have Polynesian evenings and other events during the cup. It should be a really exciting time for Ponsonby and the com- munity as a whole.'' With about 50 junior and senior teams last year, Pon- sonby is already one of the biggest clubs in Auckland. But Williams says that could increase further after the tour- nament. The evidence shows that in world cup years and years fol- lowing, the sport really grows in numbers. The area is certainly growing again with young families in Ponsonby, Grey Lynn, Westmere, Pt Chevalier and Mt Albert.'' Ponsonby teams and supporters will also benefit from the new facilities, with training under lights an option and big- ger clubrooms allowing more people into the venue for prize- givings. Mayor Len Brown told guests at the stadium opening late last year that the Tongan and Samoan teams had both visited Western Springs and were impressed with the facili- ties.
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