Central Leader : December 8th 2010
6 CENTRAL LEADER, DECEMBER 8, 2010 NEWS Liquor STORE OUTLET BALLANTINES WHISKY 1 LITRE DROSSARC BRANDY 1 LITRE SAVE $6 NOW $32.99 OLD CROW BOURBON 1 LITRE SAVE $5 NOW $29.99 BLACK HEART RUM 1 LITRE SAVE $7 NOW $34.99 STIL VODKA 1 LITRE SAVE $4 NOW $29.99 GORDON'S GIN 1 LITRE SAVE $4 NOW $30.99 LION RED STUBBIES SAVE $3 NOW $11.99 4pk CANTERBURY CREAM 700ML NOW $11.99 SAVE $13 NOW $49.99 BAILEYS 700ML SAVE $4 NOW $28.99 KAHLUA & MALIBU 700ML or2for$20 NOW $31.99 WOODSTOCK 8% 440ML CANS SAVE $2 SAVE $4 NOW $15.99 CORONA STUBBIES SAVE $5 VICTORIA BITTER CANS SAVE $5 HEINEKEN STUBBIES SAVE $5 COMMITED TO KEEPING PRICES LOW SAVE $17 8th DEC -- 31st JAN GREAT PRICE! 2 GREAT WHISKY SPECIALS! SUPER CHRISTMAS SPECIALS!!! GENUINE SAVINGS!!! 211 RICHARDSON RD RICH ARDSON ROAD STODDARD ROAD Trading Hours - Mon to Tues 10am to 9pm Wed to Sat 10am to 10pm Sun 11am to 8pm • Ph 626 3897 2 for $64!!! NOW $35.99 NOW $32.99 SAVE $2 NOW $20.99 LION ICE STUBBIES STEINLAGER CLASSIC SAVE $1 SAVE $4 NOW $22.99 15pk SAVE $3 SAVE $4 LION BLACK ICE STUBBIES SAVE $1 NOW $19.99 15pk WILLIAM CODY'S 8% 250ML FAT BIRD WINE RANGE 750ML DEWARS WHISKY 1 LITRE OR NOW $24.99 12pk NOW $9.99 4pk NOW $25.99 15pk NOW $18.49 15pk NOW $15.99 12pk NOW $23.99 12pk or3for$20 $6.99 EACH CHIVAS REGAL 700ML HAAGEN REAL ALE STUBBIES JIM BEAM BONDED 8% 250ML orANY2for$60 NOW $21.99 15pk BILLY MAVERICK 8% 12PK 250ML CANS Pedestrian bridge 'a huge asset' Important link: A curved bridge over Onehunga Harbour Rd was formally opened last Thursday by community members, including New Zealand Transport Agency state highways manager for Auckland and Northland Tommy Parker, left, Maungakiekie Tamaki Local Board deputy chairwoman Bridget Graham and Onehunga Enhancement Society chairman Jim Jackson. Photo: JASON OXENHAM By RHIANNON HORRELL An automated people-counter will track the popularity of a new ped- estrian bridge which connects Mangere Bridge with Onehunga. The 3.5-metre-wide crossing for walking and cycling spans One- hunga Harbour Rd and has been formally opened after construction started in March. Maungakiekie Tamaki Local Board deputy chairwoman Bridget Graham says there have been many crossings over the years around this strategic arm of the Manukau Har- bour. There are many schools whose zones extend to the other side of the harbour. It's providing a huge asset to all of those people. It's a bridge that goes somewhere instead of a bridge that goes nowhere.'' She hopes the link will create a sense of togetherness. New Zealand Transport Agency state highways manager for Auck- land and Northland Tommy Parker says more than 15,000 vehicles use Onehunga Harbour Rd each day to access the southwestern motorway. This will provide safe access across Onehunga Harbour Rd. We want to ensure that the community doesn't get separated from one another.'' He says further improvements to walking and cycling infrastructure should be complete in the new year following the August completion of the duplicate Manukau Harbour Crossing. Cycle Action Auckland member Mark Bracey says the project has exceeded the group's expectations. Around Auckland you see a growing number of beautiful bridges. They are starting to cater for people like us. It's outstanding. Many times I've waited five to 10 minutes to get across this road. The functionality is fantastic.'' The northern end of the bridge sits on the Hopua tuff ring, the edge of a large infilled volcanic crater encompassing the northern side of the Landing Restaurant and Gloucester Park. The Harbour Rd bridge is also part of a wider cycle network that runs from Beachcroft Ave through Onehunga, across the old Mangere bridge and through the Waterfront Rd reserve.
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