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By EMMA BEER
Two new council appointments, each
paying $15,000, were made last
Justin Lester was appointed to the
Wellington Waterfront board and
Paul Eagle to the Wellington Venues
Council governance portfolio
holder Ian McKinnon said the
Venues board position had also been
open to the wider public.
The applications board decides
what skills are required and which
candidate best meets these skill, Mr
He said Mr Eagle s background in
events and venue management
would be useful.
Mr Eagle said although there
would be some challenges, he
thought the new position would be
really good. He will sit with council-
lor Ngaire Best on the board.
Mr Lester was appointed as the
designated councillor on the Water-
front board after changes earlier in
the year did not pan out.
In February, the council decided to
reduce the number of people on the
board from five to three, with no
designated councillor position.
However, Mr McKinnon said
feedback from the board led to the
council raising the number on the
board to four.
If a council-controlled board has
four or more members, one must be
The board has found that it just
hasn t been workable, said Mr
With three, it s just a bit too tight
for the responsibility they have to
He said Mr Lester had a very
strong background in property.
That s what the waterfront is, prop-
erty. And the development of prop-
Mr Lester said he was very
pleased with the appointment.
One of my passions in Wellington
is the waterfront. I m pretty stoked
to play a part in its future.
Both appointments were made at
the full council meeting on June 29.
Winning a beautiful occasion
Thorndon skin therapist Rachel Robinson had a
day to remember at the New Zealand Beauty
Industry Awards in Auckland last Saturday.
Ms Robinson beat off some intense competition to
win the therapist of the year title.
What's more, one of her employees, Helen Daly,
was named one of the top five therapists in the
To round off a memorable occasion, Ms
Robinson's Tinakori Rd clinic, Skin Therapy, was
named among the top five clinics in New Zealand.
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