Western Leader : January 18th 2011
4 WESTERN LEADER, JANUARY 18, 2011 NEWS CHANGES FOR SANDRINGHAM RD/ DOMINION RD/MT EDEN RD (METROLINK/ GO WEST) BUS ROUTE NUMBERS From Sunday 30 January 2011 a number of Sandringham Rd, Dominion Rd and Mt Eden Rd bus route numbers will change to make it easier for customers. The routes have not been changed, however there will be some minor timetable changes. More services will travel to and from Blockhouse Bay, New Lynn and Waikowhai. Sandringham Rd If you travelled on the 248 service, you will now need to look for the 249 bus. The bus will display whether the outbound 249 bus will terminate at Blockhouse Bay or New Lynn. The route numbers 202, 241, 246, 247, 248, 248x and 24F have been deleted. The 202 service will become a school bus service. The 241 service will no longer operate. It will be replaced by 243 service. Service 248x will become 249x. Service 24F will become 249F (mornings only). A number of other small changes have been made. Dominion Rd If you travelled on the 255 service, you will now need to look for a 258 bus. The bus will display whether the outbound 258 bus will terminate at May Rd or Blockhouse Bay. Other service changes: 25F is now 258 EXPRESS. 26F is now 267 EXPRESS. 253 is now 267. 255 and 256 is now 258. 262 and 266 is now 267. A number of other small changes have been made. Mt Eden Rd Additional services will be added to the 274 and 277 services between 3.00pm and 4.00pm on weekdays. This will increase the frequency of buses on this route to every 5 minutes with more services going to Waikowhai. There have also been some timetable changes to 274 and 277 services between 5.00pm and 6.00pm on weekdays. For more detail and the latest timetables visit maxx.co.nz or phone 09 366 6400. Do you teach or train adults? 7570 000103 Subs There are increasing demands on people's literacy and numeracy skills at work, at home and in the community. 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Fire permits are required all- year round but more conditions are placed on them during the restricted season according to the risk. These could include making sure there is water around to fight a blaze. Fires are not permitted in urban areas but in rural areas fire is a land management tool and sometimes there is no other way to clear away scrub or debris. Call the council on 301-0101 to apply for a permit. Painting mates put their work on show Landscape painters: Ed Taylor and Terry Prince are celebrating the spirit of the west with an exhibition at Upstairs Gallery. Photo: NICOLA MURPHY By NICOLA MURPHY They became friends through a shared love of music but Ed Taylor and Terry Prince soon dis- covered they had some- thing else in common: a flair for painting. Now they are ex- hibiting together at Upstairs Gallery in Titirangi. Spirit of the West features landscape paintings by both men. Mr Taylor's are in oil paint and use only one colour while Mr Prince's are acrylic and feature a variety of muted colours. The paintings have a misty, ethereal look to them,'' Mr Prince says. The pair say they decided to focus on west Auckland landscape because of its rug- gedness. It's such a wild, intense landscape,'' Mr Taylor says. This is the Titirangi resident's first time exhibiting his work and he's a little nervous. Mr Prince agrees it can be difficult showing your finished product. It's putting a part of yourself on show,'' the Waiatarua resident says. People can be quite critical.'' The exhibition also features a painting Mr Prince did of the west coast of Ireland which he visited last year. He decided to add it to the exhibition because it was a nice twist'' having a picture of a different west coast. Spirit of the West opens on January 20 and runs until February 13. Both artists will be at Upstairs Gallery, Level One, Lopdell House, 418 Titirangi Rd on January 23 to meet visitors.
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