Central Leader : January 13th 2012
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Item lost: This aqua and diamond-look ring was located at the Mt Albert shops in September. Photos: JASON OXENHAM Precious piece: This ruby and diamond- look ring was found in Dominion Rd, Mt Eden in September. Balmoral police are hunting for the owners of two pieces of jewellery -- an aqua-look ring and a ruby ring -- which have been found. Police are also search- ing for the woman in the photo. All three photos indi- cate separate cases. The aqua and dia- mond-look ring was located at the Mt Albert shops in September and the ruby and diamond- look ring was found in Dominion Rd, Mt Eden in September. The passport-sized photo of the woman was found with some cash at St Lukes Mall in Sept- ember and police would like to return the money. It s possible all items have been cast from someone s handbag or similar. If you recognise the jewellery or the woman contact the watchhouse assistant Nicky Bell at Balmoral on 631-1039 or email nicola.bell@police. govt.nz. If you would prefer, call the anonymous Crimestoppers hotline on 0800-555-111. Group funding deadline looms Community organis- ations in need of extra money have just one week left to get an appli- cation in before the sec- ond round of Community Group Assistance Fund- ing closes. T h ef u ndi so p e nt o groups working in the Albert-Eden, Puketa- papa, Maungakiekie- Tamaki and Waitemata local board areas. To receive a grant groups must run initiatives that benefit people in two or more of the areas. Priority will be given to organisations with innovative projects that meet an identified com- munity need, have measurable outcomes and are collaborative. Grants range from $2500 to $25,000. Applications close on January 20 at 4.30pm. Groups must have a legal status or apply under an umbrella organisation that does. Contact Ofeina Langi on 354-2057, or email ofeina.langi@auckland council.govt.nz for more information or assist- ance. Applications can be downloaded from www. aucklandcouncil.govt.nz and need to be posted back to Community Con- nectedness, Community Development and Part- nerships Central, Auck- land Council, Private Bag 92300, Auckland 1142, Attn: Funding Administrator. Stardome fun for the family The Stardome Observ- atory is holding a number of fun events to keep kids and adults entertained over the school holidays. From January 16 to 27 at 10am and 1pm, Stardome will hold fun in the sun-themed school holiday ses- sions. Visitors will get to look at the centre of the solar system in the planetarium, make educational arts and crafts and take part in model rocket laun- ching demonstrations. The family-friendly show Starry Tales has also been launched. The animated show plays daily at 7pm and brings to life some of the characters of ancient Greek legends. An adults only Led Zepplin and Space Park 360 laser show is also being held at 8pm on January 24 and 28. Visit www.stardome. org.nz for more information. Artist gets residence in Bangalore gallery A part-Indian part- Samoan Kiwi artist is off to study in central India. Mt Albert resident Tif- fany Singh has received an Asia:NZ Foundation artist-in-residence award for 2012. She is one of five New Zealanders to receive the inaugural scholarship. Ms Singh, an instal- lation artist, will take up a two-month residence at Shanthi Rd studio and gallery in Bangalore.
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