Western Leader : February 9th 2012
www.westernleader.co.nz 8 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 9, 2012 NEWS Love animals? Turn your love of animals into a rewarding career -- study animal health and welfare at Unitec. From our certi cates to bachelors degree, all programmes include hands-on experience working with animals. Programmes start 27 February 2012. Enrol now. » www.unitec.ac.nz »0800109510 UNNS01 Academic: Cambridge International Exams (CIE) and NCEA | 99.4% of all 2011CIE leavers qualified for University Entrance | Students awarded Top of New Zealand and Top of the World Pastoral Care: Eleven Houses with strong House structures and pastoral programmes | Peer mentoring system between Year 13 and Year 9 students Sports: 24 sporting options | King's First XI cricket 2011 Gillette Cup National Champions | First XV rugby 2011 Auckland Secondary School semi-finalists | First XI hockey 2011 national champions | Many King's students represent New Zealand in their chosen sport Cultural: 26 cultural endeavours available | Strong music, drama, kapa haka and debating groups Community: "Faith in action" - 400 students voluntarily engaged in Community Service every week Leadership: A robust leadership programme for all students | Attendance at Ahuroa Outdoor Pursuit Centre compulsory for Year 9 and Year 10 students To register for a Campus Tour or for more information please contact Admissions Director, Mr Mark Kennelly Tel: 09 276 0677 Email: email@example.com King's College offers an independent education, catering for boarding and day students. Our mission is, "In every way, King's aims to provide the best all-round education it is possible to obtain." We pursue excellence in everything we do towards the development of balanced, mature young adults, well-equipped to lead New Zealand into the future." We invite you to join us for a Campus Tour Wednesday 15 February, 9.30am or Wednesday 21 March, 4.00pm Girls' Only Campus Tour - Friday 2 March, 2.00pm Information Evening for prospective boys - Wednesday 7 March at 7.00pm KING'S COLLEGE www.kingscollege.school.nz An invitation to experience King's College........ NEW BLOOD WANTED YOU CAN BE A HERO THE EASY WAY. JUST BRING YOUR ARM. WELL DO THE REST. THE TRUSTS STADIUM HENDERSON MON 20FEB 1pm7pm TUE 21FEB1pm7pm *WED 22FEB 1pm 7pm THU 23FEB 1pm7pm FRI 24FEB 9am 2pm *Note: Wednesday venue only is the North Grand stand Lounge 4364525AA 0800 GIVE BLOOD www.nzblood.co.nz Step out for funding People working to en- hance access to the out- doors can now apply for funding through the New Zealand Walking Access Commission s Enhanced Access Fund. Groups and individ- uals can apply for a maximum of $50,000 of the $230,000 available by March 30. Visit the website www. walkingaccess.govt.nz for application forms. Funding priority will be given to projects sup- porting community out- door access initiatives, projects that provide information about access opportunities or respon- sible outdoor behaviour, and projects that provide access signage. Projects that provide access facilities such as stiles or other structures, and projects that assist the promotion of walking access, such as research and education pro- grammes, are also eli- gible.
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