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Samoa in 1986 and All Blacks
in 1987 World Cup nal (7,5)
7. Nothing (4)
8. Rural town north of
10. Bird whose Maori name is
12. Unusual event (6)
13. Tolerate (6)
15. Area between Banks Peninsula
and the Waipara River (7,3)
18. Devilish (8)
19. Cloak (4)
20. Imbibed (5)
21. Feared (7)
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1. Capital of Belarus (5)
2. Relating to cooking (8)
3. Intercede (6)
4. Huge vehicle (10)
5. Midday (4)
6. Bush shirt (colloq) (7)
9. Cleared of blame (3,3,4)
11. Storage space (8)
12. Curved (7)
14. Assorted (6)
16. Give (5)
17. Alcoholic drink of the Pacic
Cetquu< 1. Palpable, 7/8. Jerry Mataparae, 9. A C T, 10. Smug, 11. Seller, 13. Paeroa,
14. Luxury, 17. Clutha, 18. Huia, 20. Err, 22. Keri Hulme, 23. Extra, 24. Surveyed.
Fqyp< 1. Pumas, 2. Lettuce, 3. Amps, 4. Larder, 5. Friar, 6. Mystify, 7. Jealous,
12. Motueka, 13. Pikelet, 15. Usually, 16. Ohariu, 17. Crate, 19. Ahead, 21. Chev.
Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day rubbish
and recycling collection changes
Following Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day holidays most* council rubbish, recycling and
paper collections will be one day later than usual.
This will affect collections for two weeks starting Monday 28 January (Auckland Anniversary).
Please note that there are no changes to Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 February collections (Waitangi
Normal collections will resume Monday 11 February 2013.
Find out more: Phone 09 301 0101
or visit: www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
• Parnell/Newmarket area: no changes to Thursday night rubbish collections (red lidded wheelie bins)
• North Shore and Waitakere: no change to business' evening kerbside rubbish bag, recycling and
• Rodney: contact your local private rubbish collection provider
• Inner CBD: no changes to the collections of kerbside rubbish, recycling, paper and cardboard.
Join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or search 'rubbish and recycling' on the council website for
Charts and Publications
(pursuant to Section 36
of the Maritime Transport
Act 1994). © LINZ
Note: Tides data supplied
by Land Information
New Zealand. For more
information on how to
interpret these tides, visit:
s time and height for Auckland
Sun rise & set
Moon rise & set
(For Orewa: + 2 mins)
6:19AM 6:35PM 7:07AM 7:25PM 7:52AM 8:11PM 8:33AM 8:55PM 9:13AM 9:36PM 9:52AM 10:16PM 10:31AM 10:56PM
12:20PM 12:39AM 1:07PM 1:25AM 1:51PM 2:07AM 2:32PM 2:48AM 3:13PM 3:27AM 3:53PM 4:06AM 4:34PM
9:08AM 9:24PM 9:54AM 10:09PM 10:33AM 10:49PM 11:09AM 11:26PM 11:44AM
12:02AM 12:19PM 12:39AM 12:55PM
2:56AM 3:27PM 3:45AM 4:11PM 4:27AM 4:51PM 5:05AM 5:29PM 5:43AM 6:06PM 6:19AM 6:43PM 6:57AM 7:21PM
6:04AM 6:20PM 6:52AM 7:10PM 7:37AM 7:56PM 8:18AM 8:40PM 8:58AM 9:21PM 9:37AM 10:01PM 10:16AM 10:41PM
12:16PM 12:35AM 1:03PM 1:21AM 1:47PM 2:03AM 2:28PM 2:44AM 3:09PM 3:23AM 3:49PM 4:02AM 4:30PM
6:00AM 6:10PM 6:49AM 6:59PM 7:32AM 7:45PM 8:13AM 8:27PM 8:52AM 9:09PM 9:31AM 9:50PM 10:11AM 10:32PM
12:09PM 12:27AM 12:57PM 1:13AM 1:42PM 1:56AM 2:25PM 2:36AM 3:05PM 3:16AM 3:46PM 3:56AM 4:26PM
6:24AM 6:40PM 7:12AM 7:30PM 7:57AM 8:16PM 8:38AM 9:00PM 9:18AM 9:41PM 9:57AM 10:21PM 10:36AM 11:01PM
12:25PM 12:44AM 1:12PM 1:30AM 1:56PM 2:12AM 2:37PM 2:53AM 3:18PM 3:32AM 3:58PM 4:11AM 4:39PM
9:48AM 10:04PM 10:34AM 10:49PM 11:13AM 11:29PM 11:49AM
12:06AM 12:24PM 12:42AM 12:59PM 1:19AM 1:35PM
3:26AM 3:57PM 4:15AM 4:41PM 4:57AM 5:21PM 5:35AM 5:59PM 6:13AM 6:36PM 6:49AM 7:13PM 7:27AM 7:51PM
n, 28 Jan Tue, 29 Jan Wed, 30 Jan
Copyright Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited 2013
Set 3:36AM Rise 6:59PM
Set 4:27AM Rise 7:39PM
Set 5:22AM Rise 8:15PM
Set 6:19AM Rise 8:49PM
Set 7:18AM Rise 9:22PM
Set 8:18AM Rise 9:53PM
Set 8:39PM Rise 6:28AM
Set 8:38PM Rise 6:29AM
Set 8:38PM Rise 6:30AM
Set 8:37PM Rise 6:31AM
Set 8:36PM Rise 6:32AM
Set 8:35PM Rise 6:33AM
6:21AM 6:37PM 7:09AM 7:27PM 7:54AM 8:13PM 8:35AM 8:57PM 9:15AM 9:38PM 9:54AM 10:18PM 10:33AM 10:58PM
12:00AM 12:32PM 12:51AM 1:19PM 1:37AM 2:03PM 2:19AM 2:44PM 3:00AM 3:25PM 3:39AM 4:05PM 4:18AM 4:46PM
6:20AM 6:36PM 7:08AM 7:26PM 7:53AM 8:12PM 8:34AM 8:56PM 9:14AM 9:37PM 9:53AM 10:17PM 10:32AM 10:57PM
12:27PM 12:46AM 1:14PM 1:32AM 1:58PM 2:14AM 2:39PM 2:55AM 3:20PM 3:34AM 4:00PM 4:13AM 4:41PM
TIDES, SUN & MOON
These tide predictions
are not of cial tide tables
as speci ed in Maritime
Rules Part 25 Nautical
Charts and Publications 4
Tide graph shows
Thu, 24 Jan
Fri, 25 Jan
Sat, 26 Jan
Sun, 27 Jan
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Hospice shop at new site
Keen helper: Hibiscus Hospice
wants positive, enthusiastic
volunteers like Noeline Wallace.
Contact Chris See on
09 421 9180 if you're interested
in working at a hospice shop.
A permanent new home for the
Hibiscus Hospice's Whanga-
paraoa shop opens to the public
on Tuesday, the third move in a
year after a fire in April.
The team of 108 shift working
volunteers, some of whom have
been with the Whangaparaoa
shop since it first opened in
1998, are keen to settle them-
selves at a much bigger and
brighter new location.
Among them is Noeline Wal-
lace of Manly who has worked
at the shop since 2007.
I love it,'' she says. I enjoy
meeting all types of people and
getting to know our regulars.
I'm always astounded at the
number of people who shop and
donate at hospice. Sometimes
we get things in that I think
will never sell but I'm con-
stantly proved wrong when
somebody else snaps them up.''
Like many others, Noeline
was motivated to volunteer
after the Hibiscus Hospice
cared for her husband Bob.
He didn't want anything to
do with hospice in the begin-
ning,'' Noeline says. But when
a very attractive blonde hospice
nurse knocked on our door, he
was absolutely smitten and
after that she became a regular
Bob spent many months
receiving home visits from
Hibiscus Hospice and died in
the North Shore Inpatient Unit,
because at that time the Hibis-
cus unit had not been opened.
I don't know how I could
have gotten through without
hospice help and advice,''
Noeline says. I thought to
myself I had to do something to
say thank you, so one day I wal-
ked into the hospice shop and
said I can start right away'.''
They welcomed me with
open arms and now working
there every Friday gives me a
purpose. And I know that every
item I sell converts to funds for
The new Hibiscus Hospice shop
opens at 65 Karepiro Dr from
9.30am on Tuesday.
Have your say on future of public transport
Hearings on public transport take place on:
January 29 and February 4: Auckland Council Civic Building, 1
Greys Ave, 9am.
January 30: TelstraClear Centre, Smales Farm Office Park,
February 1: Council Chamber, Civic Building, 6 Henderson Valley
February 7: Manukau Room, Civic Building, 31-33 Manukau
Station Rd, 9am.
Aucklanders will have a say on
the future of public transport at
hearings from January 29 to
Only those who have made
submissions can have a say at
the public hearings, but anyone
is welcome to attend.
Auckland Transport aims to
create a mature citywide net-
work of connected, reliable and
frequent services. It is also a
key proposal of the Auckland
Regional Public Transport
The plan outlines the public
transport services and policies
proposed for the region over the
next 10 years.
More than 700 submissions
were received when they closed
in November. Visit
submissions to view them.
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