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Anita’s ride for life

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Prior to June this year, Onehunga mum Anita Hamilton-Ralph hadn’t ridden a bike for years. 

But hearing about the Cancer Society’s Ride to Conquer Cancer inspired her to get back on one and generate research money for a disease that’s she’s discovered is affecting an astounding number of friends and acquaintances.

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Chatham Cup slipped from Onehunga’s grip

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Onehunga Soccer and Sports Club will have to wait for another year to progress beyond the Quarter-Finals of the Chatham Cup.

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Kids get ready to vote

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Giving children a public voice is a growing trend in politics these days and the Kids Voting 2013 school based project is one very popular example. Auckland Council reports that already over 6800 children from 253 classes at 32 schools have signed up to place token votes for the October local body elections.

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Extra funding for budgeting services

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Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, MP for Maungakiekie, was pleased to hear as part of Budget 2013, that a 17% boost in funding for Budgeting Services to $10.4 million is now available for 92 budgeting services organisations across New Zealand.

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A True Good Sort

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Attentive viewers of One News on July 21 will have spotted a familiar local face at the end of the News.

Onehunga - One Tree Hill Rotary Club member Ernie Myers received a well-deserved moment of recognition as the subject of that Sunday’s ‘Good Sorts’ slot.

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Nominations open to govern city

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Think you have what it takes to be a guiding hand in the future of Auckland? You can be a part of the city’s governance by nominating yourself for: Mayor; Counsellor; Local Board member; District Health Board; and Licensing Trust.

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