Central Leader : Central Leader November 3
7 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS Find out more max x.co.nz 09 366 6400 RIDE THE TRAIN OR BUS TO FOUR NATIONS RUGBY LEAGUE FOR FREE* 6PM & 8.15PM KO'S, SAT 6 NOV, EDEN PARK Simply show your pre-purchased match ticket! Catch the train for free on all train services across the Auckland network from 3 hours prior to kick-off, until the end of scheduled services. * Special event buses to Eden Park will run from: Midtown (Auckland CBD), Takapuna, North Shore via Northern Busway Stations (Albany Park and Ride -- Akoranga), Manukau/Botany/ Pakuranga, Newmarket/Mt Eden. Customer Services (09) 442 2222 7.30am to 6pm, Mon to Fri Faults and emergencies (09) 442 2222 24 hours Dear Auckland Welcome to Watercare This is our rst week of delivering water and wastewater services directly to your homes and businesses. As you may be aware, your water accounts transferred automatically to Watercare on Monday, as part of the local government changes. You may be wondering how this will affect the services you receive. We can assure you that we are used to providing millions of litres of drinking water every day. It is what we have been doing since 1992, along with treating wastewater and managing pipe networks. What has changed is that we are now serving you directly. Future water and wastewater bills will come from Watercare. This change means there may be hiccups as we nd our feet. We can assure you though; our dedicated team will work hard to x these quickly. If you have any questions or feedback, please call. Our Customer Services team is available on (09) 442 2222 from 7.30am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. If you have a fault or an emergency, we are available on (09) 442 2222; 24 hours, 365 days of the year. You can also visit us at www.watercare.co.nz. It is worth remembering that your account transferred automatically, so there is no action you need to take. We look forward to delivering you a great service, every minute of every day. From the team at Watercare Bring this advert to receive $10 discount on Gungho family show mega blast GUNG HO GURU STARTER KIT GUNG HO BRO! GOT TO GO GUNG HO! GREAT MIX FOR ALL AGES not for the feint hearted GUNG HO FAMILY SHOW MEGA BLAST Assorted family fun selection Incl: sparklers 26 items Dizzy snakes, candles, cakes and sparklers 36 items Quality fireworks with highest pyrotechnic composition that can be legally sold to to public 3 Locations - Limited stock so get in quick North shore: AMI Netball centre, 44 Northcote Rd West Auckland: 1 Buscomb Ave, Henderson (headerson end of Lincon Rd) South Auckland: Payless Tires 354 Neilson St, Penrose Sale Nov 2nd -5th 8am - Late while stocks last Cakes / Candles galore 33 items $39.00 $79.00 $134.95 3241291AC BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK! FIREWORKS Kids enjoy the magic of books By RHIANNON HORRELL Story time: A group of children from May Road School enjoy the story of The Bravest Bee, read by Mt Eden author Peter Anderson. Photo: JASON OXENHAM Forget iPhones and iPads -- reading is still at the top of the list for chil- dren at May Road School. It is one of 12 Auck- land schools which have been visited by Mt Eden author Peter Anderson, who is distributing free copies of his three colour- ful children's books. The Starship Foun- dation and Ronald McDonald House have also benefited from the giveaway. Mr Anderson has released The Bravest Bee to add to his two other titles, Jessie and the Most Beautiful Rose and The Knave and the Princess. The 53-year-old says a television documentary about bees inspired his recent writing efforts. They're having a hard time in the world. People don't realise how import- ant they are. And there's the honey from bees. We all like honey but we take it for granted.'' Mr Anderson says the response to the books has been enthusiastic. They have to go to the children. I've put a lot into these books but whether I get something back or not is not import- ant.'' May Road School student Ahotapu Nai- toko, aged six, enjoyed the reading session when Mr Anderson visited. The bee was moving his tail and dancing,'' he says. School support volun- teer Linda McGrath also helps the children get to grips with reading and particularly enjoyed the tale of Jessie and the Most Beautiful Rose. It's how Valentines Day started,'' she says.
November 5th 2010