Central Leader : November 10th 2010
8 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS RETIREMENT VILLAGE *Applications must be made on an application form. A Disclosure Statement is available at the village 23 Elm Street, Avondale www.rosehill.co.nz Phone today: 09 828 9844 or Mob. 021 337 835 email: email@example.com Retire to the good life It s surprisingly affordable. Rosehill Gardens is a modern purpose-built retirement village located within a gated, flat and easily accessed property in the heart of Avondale. It comprises a mix of 28 villas, 27 serviced apartments and 2 studios. Rosehill Gardens is only 200 metres from the Avondale Shopping Centre and five minutes drive away from the North Western Motorway. North-facing, one bedroom, air conditioned apartment with own lounge, ensuite bathroom and kitchenette. From $182,000 Monitored smoke alarm and sprinkler system. Also: 2-bedroom unit available now! 3239389AC CD151219 3140893AB MANAGING YOUR MEDICINES THE SMART WAY Do you take multiple medicines? Sometimes it can be difficult keeping track of what to take and when. At Hillsborough Pharmacy we can pack up your medicines into handy tear-off doses. Bring in your prescription or medicines from home and let us organise them for you. Costs from as little as $5 a month. November Promotion - Bring in this advert and get your 1st month FREE Great prices, right now! Tyresstartingfrom $79 Firestone Onehunga 21 Selwyn St. Ph 622 2622. 175/70R13 Promotion valid from Monday November 8 until Friday November 19, 2010. Advertisedpriceincludestyrefitting,tyrebalancing,newvalvestem, casing disposal and GST. For full conditions, please see in store. 67 Ranfurly Rd (between Gillies Ave & Manukau Rd), Epsom, Auckland 1023. firstname.lastname@example.org www.realliving.co.nz EV CLQP1011 So close to the city and yet quiet and secluded, Epsom is the ideal location. We currently have a choice of new or newly refurbished, spacious and warm one and two bedroom apartments available, each with optional undercover parking. At Epsom Village, central living convenience and independent lifestyle can be yours for less than you think. Our apartments are open for viewing this Saturday andSundayfrom1.30-4pm,orifyoupreferyoucancallusto arrange a personal tour at a time that suits you. Phone Robyn Morton on 09 630 4379 or 021 845 524 or email her at email@example.com OPEN HOME SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1.30 PM - 4 PM, 13TH & 14TH NOVEMBER Enjoy the convenience of central living at Epsom Village. Guy Fawkes a non-event despite silly stunts By RHIANNON HORRELL Guy Fawkes has been a smooth run despite a number of fireworks-related mishaps and silly stunts over the past two weeks, according to Fire Service officials. Auckland senior fire risk management officer George Stephens describes the occasion as a non-event. There have been a couple of nuisances and those acting irresponsibly, which have included playgrounds where people have set fire to equip- ment. This saddens us and there is also the usual num- ber of discarded fireworks laying around. He says the only serious case involved a young boy who was burned as a result of mischievous behaviour. The eight or nine-year-old received minor burns to his face of a non-threatening nature. From what I ve been told, he was stuffing fire- works into a doll and set them alight. He miscal- culated the effect and his mother has been able to get him to cold water immedi- ately. Last week also saw reports of a pipe bomb explosion near Church St but Onehunga police senior sergeant Steve Samuels says it was actually a group of students who had thrown a lit firecracker into a bin. Town manager Amanda Kinzett is aware of the inci- dent and has been warning businesses to be aware of rub- bish bins as a potential source of fires. Fire Service communi- cations shift manager Jaron Phillips says four fire trucks attended the scene in One- hunga which included a haz- ardous materials unit. The officers who attended weren t able to confirm the source of the explosion. Cornwall Park District School also suffered damage to one of its classrooms early last week and the case is being treated as arson. Fire Service senior com- municator Dallas Ramsay says firefighters were called to the school after the smoke alarm was set off by fire- works. No fire was found on arrival but she says one had already been extinguished in a classroom by a teacher. School principal Janine Irvine says those responsible gained access through a win- dow of a year 6 classroom. It s being treated as arson, a police investigation is under way. We re cleaning up, it s taken the wall linings off and there is smoke damage. The class has had to be relocated. Another fire was dis- covered shortly after 2am last Thursday in a wheelie bin near a parked car on Great North Rd, which is being treated as suspicious. A comic birthday An improvised comedy troupe will hit the stage to celebrate turning 13. The Improv Bandits is a group of seven performers who have achieved success with a method of using no scripts or formula. The group is made up of comedians Wade Jack- son, Tony Gilbert, Geoff Simmons, Mark Scott, Tom Kane, Greg Ward and Keith MacKenzie. They have shared the stage with comedy greats including Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie. The birthday perform- ances are at 8pm from November 16 to 20 at the Musgrove Studio, Maid- ment Theatre in the city. Tickets are $20. Visit www.maidment. auckland.ac.nz or call 308-2383 to book.
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