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Maygrove to Orewa and
Silverdale bus service
starts Monday 20 May 2013
Route 996 is the new local bus service for
Orewa, providing hourly services between
9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday.
Connecting Maygrove with Orewa and
Silverdale shopping centres, the bus will stop
at Evelyn Page Retirement Village, Maygrove
Village, Orewa shopping centre, Silverdale
shopping centre and Silverdale Centre.
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Knowledge hub goes into action
Important signing: An agreement
signed between Massey University
and Toyota Financial Services will
see the university become the
financial services company's
preferred research partner, and the
two organisations will seek to
collaborate on future projects.
From left: AKE Hub board member
Dr Jeffrey Stangl, AKE Hub co-
director professor Christoph
Schumacher, Toyota Financial
Services chief executive Brent
Knight, and AKE Hub co-director
professor Paul Spoonley.
More than 70 businesses and
entrepreneurs gathered at Mas-
sey University s Auckland
Knowledge Exchange Hub to
hear its vision for a North Shore
The AKE Hub aims to
develop research partnerships
between the university and the
Auckland business community.
Massey University is a key
part of the North Shore com-
munity, resource rich and a
valuable asset for businesses to
tap into, AKE Hub board mem-
ber Dr Jeffrey Stangl says.
We want you to tell us, as
your local uni, how we can help
your business grow.
What we envisage starting
tonight is a hub club that can be
part of a community of like-
minded individuals interested
in working together collectively
to grow the local economy.
The event also marked the
signing of a partnership agree-
ment between the AKE Hub
and Toyota Financial Services.
Under the agreement, Mas-
sey University will become the
financial services company s
preferred research partner and
the two organisations will seek
to collaborate on projects in the
This latest agreement with
Toyota Financial Services is
fantastic for the AKE Hub
because it reflects our close
engagement and collaboration
with another major company,
AKE Hub co-director professor
Christoph Schumacher says.
House prices rise in April
Property sales in the North Har-
bour News circulation area went
against the Auckland-wide trend
in April with the average sales
price increasing to $653,000.
This was 9 per cent higher
than the average price achieved in
March, and 18 per cent higher
than the average price across the
past 12 months, Barfoot &
Thompson managing director
Peter Thompson says.
Across the city prices eased
during the month.
By increasing in this area it
showed that buyers still saw value
for money in local property.
The average price achieved for
the past 12 months now stands at
$555,000, which is $109,000 or 24
per cent higher than it was for the
average 12-month price at this
time last year, he says.
Sales during April were high,
and up 26 per cent on what they
were last April.
During the month two homes in
the area sold for in excess of $1
Suburbs with the highest
recorded sales in April were
Silverdale, Stanmore Bay and
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