Central Leader : December 15th 2010
14 CENTRAL LEADER, DECEMBER 15, 2010 NEWS Auckland Health Clinic (Ample Free Parking Available) 206 Manukau Road Epsom 1023 www.aucklandhealthclinic.co.nz 09 522 8626 firstname.lastname@example.org ARE YOU SICK OF BEING TIRED OR TIRED OF BEING SICK? NOW $399.00 Take some timeout for you or give a Christmas gift to someone special who will remember what you gave because they know how much you care. Body Detox and Anti - Ageing Premium Package normally $899 when purchased before 31st Dec 2010 You will also receive a FREE 7 Day Cellular Repair and Stem Cell Pack valued at $79.00. Christmas Colonic SPECIAL $99.00 for two colonic irrigations plus $49.00 swedish massage We are open while you are on holiday 27th December - 31st December. Then 3rd January 2011 onwards. THE FASHION CAPITAL OF NEW ZEALAND Shop in Newmarket between now and 23 December to win a $10,000 Christmas Shopping Spree Conditions apply see website for details. Simply spend $20.00 or more at any participating retailer from the 20th of November to the 23rd of December 2010 and go in the draw to win one of five $1,000 Newmarket Shopping Sprees, with one prize drawn every Friday, at 3pm on Easy Mix 98.2. One final draw for $10,000 will be drawn live at Lumsden Green, 24th December at 1pm. Details at www.newmarket.co.nz TEMPORARY TRAIN TIMETABLES FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS All services have holiday timetables while Auckland's rail network is prepared for electrification. 26 December -- Sunday 9 January 2011 • On Christmas Day there are no trains or rail buses • Normal rail timetables resume Monday 17 January 2011 • Find your best transport option and full timetable information at maxx.co.nz Monday 10 -- Sunday 16 January 2011 BUSES REPLACE TRAINS: BUSES REPLACE ALL AUCKLAND TRAINS WESTERN LINE SOUTHERN LINE ONEHUNGA LINE EASTERN LINE KIWIRAIL, AUCKLAND TRANSPORT AND VEOLIA TRANSPORT THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE IMPROVE AUCKLAND'S RAIL NETWORK. PAPAKURA -- BRITOMART (via Glen Innes) PAPAKURA -- OTAHUHU SOUTHERN LINE EASTERN LINE VTX10SN WOF SPECIAL $25.00 UNBEATABLE PRICE On New & Used Tyres 55 Onehunga Mall Road (Wharf End) Phone: 09 636 4405 www.mrmtyres.blogspot.com, email@example.com *Prices are exclusive of GST *Conditions Apply Full Tyre & Mechanical Repair Ser vice, Panel & Paint, Car Batteries, WINZ Quote EFTOPS, Credit Card, American Express Open Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 5:00pm Full General Service $95.00 Brake Pads from $55.00 Oil & Filter Change $55.00 Computerized Wheel Alignment $40.00 FREE Wheel Alignment with every 4 tyres purchased 3361339AA On-ramp reopens City traffic may ease this week with the reopening of the Wellington St motorway on-ramp. It has been closed since August to allow for construction of the Vic- toria Park tunnel. The on-ramp links the centre of Auckland with the northbound lanes of State Highway 1 and its reopening had been further delayed because of the installation of a pedestrian crossing over the ramp. This will allow chil- dren from Freemans Bay School to cross safely. New Zealand Trans- port Agency state highways manager for Auckland and Northland Tommy Parker says the new pedestrian crossing will resolve long-held safety concerns. Children have been known to weave among moving vehicles to cross the on-ramp. It makes sense for us to work with Auckland Transport to get this potentially dangerous situation fixed before traffic starts using the on-ramp again.'' Mr Parker says the three month closure of the on-ramp has gone smoothly and he thanks drivers for their co- operation. Royal Oak wins with icecream Royal Oak folk have a penchant for ice cream -- with more than 177,800 scoops of ice cream rolled over the last year by Ollie's Ice Cream Par- lour. Tip Top has released its annual scoop index which provides some interesting insights into Kiwi eating trends and Ollie's took out the New Zealand title for the number of scoops rolled. Ollie's owner Colin Haines puts his success down to customer loy- alty. After 37 years in the business, we have served ice cream to several generations and we have become a bit of an insti- tution. We also make sure we are well stocked with top selling flavours like cookies n' cream.'' The scoop index says Aucklanders ate the least number of scoops per person, with areas like Nelson and Marlbor- ough taking out the title for the most, eating around 5.76 scoops each. Vanilla is the most popular flavour except in Otago where cookies n' cream is the favourite.
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