Nor West News : January 13th 2011
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Honoured for years of doing a job she loves After three decades of service to the Order of St John Patricia Carlyle still can't believe she gets paid for doing a job I love so much''. The Helensville woman who works in south Auckland was named on St John's honours list. Mrs Carlyle has been made an Officer of St John and is one of 86 people admitted or promoted to the order from around the country. It is such a great honour and a really lovely surprise -- my mum and dad are really proud of me,'' she says. Just weeks before the list was announced Mrs Carlyle received a ser- vice award for 32 years with St John which was presented by Lady June Blundell during a special award ceremony. That was fantastic and a highlight was see- ing people with more than 50 years' service. That's rare and it was lovely to be recognised at the same ceremony.'' Originally from a nursing background, Mrs Carlyle has risen through the ranks over the past three decades. She started as a volun- teer in 1978, became an advanced paramedic in 2000 and began her cur- rent role of south operations team man- ager in 2008. It was while working as a paediatric nurse at what is now as Starship hos- pital that she was inspired to join St John's as a volunteer ambu- lance officer. Working in that set- ting gave me more confi- dence as a nurse because I was working outside the hospital without all the resources. It was really good.'' Mrs Carlyle went fulltime in 1985 and became one of the first female frontline officers in St John. Since then she has been stationed all over the Auckland region which includes working at every rural station -- Waiuku, Pukekohe, Wellsford, Warkworth, Silverdale''. In 2008 she returned to south Auckland, an area she loves working in, she says. I find it very challeng- ing and absolutely love the people here. I've found the families of older people tend to care for their loved ones at home instead of rest- homes and I find that really refreshing.'' Even after all this time the job still throws up challenges but she wouldn't have it any other way, she says. I can't believe that after all these years I get paidtodoajobIloveso much. You have to won- der how many people can say that.'' POLICE WRAP-UP Two Helensville police officers were assaulted while attending a dom- estic dispute on Decem- ber 23. It happened about 10.40pm on Rautawhiri Rd when the officers attended the argument involving two men and a woman. One man was arrested and charged with as- saulting a police officer after back-up staff from Orewa and Waitakere were called in. Helensville has been hit with a spate of bur- glaries. Twelve thefts at resi- dential houses, sheds and a sporting complex were reported between December 20 and Janu- ary 10. Pipes, hot water cylinders were among items taken. Three people were arrested after a burglary in Parakai on January 11. It happened about 1am after police and a police dog were called in. Report suspicious behaviour to 420-8967.
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