Central Leader : November 5th 2010
6 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 5, 2010 NEWS Visit our showroom: 12/318 Beach Haven Road Open: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Saturday 9am-1pm www.fonko.co.nz MITSUBISHI H.I INVERTER HEAT PUMPS & AIR CONDITIONERS No. 1 leading Mitsubishi H.I installer in Auckland 2006-2010 Mitsubishi Inverters From $2,299 Inc. GST and installation - 5 year warranty High energy rating - low running costs PH: 0800 4 FONKO (0800 4 36656) for a FREE quote SPRING SPECIALS $200 CASHBACK ON ALL MODELS Now extended until 2011 If you can dream it we can create it We'll even help you design it and manage your project Call us today for your free one-hour consultation Shop online now! www.tilesonline.co.nz Phone: 0508 TILEMAN 0508 845 3626 Email: email@example.com Need New Tiles? New Bathroom, Kitchen, Patio or Pool Project? 3152758AC Fashion Clearance Sale 1 day only Thursday 11th November 9am - 4pm Prices from $20 Nothing over $100 Anne Mardell Angela Lewis Caroline Sills Catalyst Calvin Klein Lisa Ho Mela Purdie ObiPolishSagaVelvetVampVssp Verge and many more. Ponsonby Intermediate School Ponsonby Road Pompallier Tce Redmond Road Jervois Road 48 48 Pompallier Tce, Ponsonby (opposite Ponsonby Intermediate) CLEARANCE DEPOT NEW/USED/ENDOFLINES/ LIQUIDATION STOCK Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 3pm, Sat 10am - 3pm 637 Rosebank Rd, Avondale PH 815 1589 Huge variety of office & Household items new & used at HEAVILY DISCOUNTED PRICES!! • OFFICE FURNITURE • INDOOR / OUTDOOR FURNITURE • LINEN • BEDDING • HOUSEWARE • NAPPIES & MUCH MORE AI FAI R Sensational Designer Clothing Sellout!!! (Cancelled Retail Order) Fabulous selection of: Dresses • Tunics • Cardi's Were up to $229 - NOW $50•$75•$100 201 Pt Chevalier Rd. Pt Chevalier PHONE: 849 5359 SIZES 10-26 magazine designer clothing outlet store Neighbours share garden plot Ripe pickings: Mt Eden residents Judith Holtebrinck and Michele Donovan have planted the seeds of success with a new community garden in Poronui St. Photo: JASON OXENHAM By CARLY TAWHIAO Apartment dwellers with an appetite for gardening can now get their hands dirty thanks to a new community plot. The Mt Eden community garden is now located beside the Mt Eden Bowling Club on Poronui St. It was officially opened last month as part of global Environmental Aware- ness Day. More than 100 people of all ages took part in the celebrations which included compost demonstrations, raffles and an educational treasure hunt for children. Free mulch was provided by Treescape. Organiser Michele Dono- van says the group will meet regularly on Sundays at 2pm and all are welcome. With the high density housing near the village the time is ripe to provide a com- munity garden,'' she says. This garden provides a meeting place for gardeners, new and experienced, who can share their knowledge. It will also be a venue for the apartment and unit dwellers to interact through gardening and get to know each other, which helps build a greater sense of community.'' The Lovelock Ave resident has lived in her 19-unit apartment block for more than 20 years but says her struggle to garden on a small balcony got her thinking that others might also share her dilemma. After delivering 450 leaflets to letterboxes in 2009, the gardening enthusi- ast received enough responses to begin searching for a suitable site. Now a patch has been found which cleared for the group, and includes raised garden beds for easy access. An essential part of any garden is ensuring that it's accessible to all users and in particular disabled citizens keen to be involved in the gardens, and older garden- ers,'' Ms Donovan says. A partnership with schools and teachers would especially exciting.'' Supporter Judith Holte- brinck says the vision for the garden's future is to provide free and healthy food. She encourages others interested in gardening to come along with old bricks, gardening tools and seeds if available. The big picture is a sustainable future for Mt Eden.'' IN BRIEF Can film festival Help the Salvation Army stock its food banks this Christmas by donating a can of food for a movie ticket. The 17th annual Watties Cans Film Festival will take place on Wednesday from 5pm at Hoyts and Event cinemas, as well as independent cinemas in 40 locations across New Zealand. Watch films for the price of a can of food. Watties will match each can donated with one of its own to help keep food banks stocked. Visit www.watties.co.nz or for festival films and session times. Carnival time A party atmosphere is on the cards this weekend as the Auckland International Carnival gets under way. The free two-day event will take place at Ellerslie Racecourse and brings together a number of nationalities to share culture and food. A parade of more than 600 people will kick off the carnival tomorrow. The weekend features food and craft stalls and a Maori history waka group and will close with a fireworks display on Sunday night. See www.aucklandinter nationalcarnival.co.nz for more information.
Central Leader November 3
November 10th 2010