Central Leader : January 26th 2010
8 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 26, 2011 NEWS Engineering programmes at MIT are designed to provide graduates with practical, industry-relevant training and great career prospects. Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) Implement technologies in a real-world setting with this sought after degree. National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Services) Work as an engineering technician in a range of occupations and industries. Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering Work on real-life projects with this hands-on, practical programme. National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering Start your mechanical engineering career with this introductory programme, designed as a staircase to higher-level study. Certificate in Fabrication Trades and Technology Start your career in fabrication and welding with this introductory programme. Certificate in Manual Metal Arc and Gas Metal Arc Welding Become a welder in a variety of engineering trades. For a complete list of programmes, or for more information contact: 0800 62 62 52 • www.manukau.ac.nz • email@example.com APPLY NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 7672 000134 Subs Engineer your future success Auckland Anniversary Weekend 2011 Sat 29, Sun 30 & Mon 31 January NZ's largest seafood restaurant! With more seafood than ever before, the Auckland Seafood Festival is the place to be this Anniversary weekend! You could even win $1,000 worth of dining at Auckland's top restaurants! There's crispy whitebait fritters, juicy salmon kebabs, seafood paella, seafood pizza, and so much more. Plus a great selection of local and international wines, beers, and cider, and entertainment for young and old. Tickets are just $15, and kids under 13 are free! To book or find out more, go to aucklandseafoodfestival.co.nz DON'T MISS OUT -- TICKETS ONLY $15!* *No additional booking fee. AFM0246/20x4 NEW VENUE! Now in the Viaduct beside the Maritime Museum www.aucklandseafoodfestival.co.nz 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 normally $899 when purchased before 4th Feb 2011 You will also receive a FREE 7 Day Cellular Repair and Stem Cell Pack valued at $79.00. 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. BRAND NEW start for you in 2011 See our specials for you Six injured in crash A bus which was carrying children col- lided with a tree shortly after 1pm last Thursday in Mt Albert. The crash took place on Hendon Ave and Fire Service communications centre shift manager Scott Osmond says staff assisted police and ambulance services at the scene. Police senior sergeant Hirone Waretini says 20 people were involved, six of whom suffered minor injuries. An elderly woman was also helped by ambu- lance staff. In a separate incident last Thursday, a van and a truck crashed in the southbound lanes of the southern motorway near Penrose after the truck ran into the back of a car. Mr Osmond says res- cue staff freed one per- son who became trapped and suffered leg injuries. Waterview inquiry dates set Dates for a board of inquiry hearing over the twin tunnels through Waterview have been set for next month. An initial pre-hearing conference was held late last month and it was de- cided the hearing would start on February 7. The inquiry is set to run for six weeks starting February 7, 14 and 28 and March 7, 21 and 28. Issues of stormwater and groundwater con- tamination, noise, traffic and landscape design will be discussed. A second pre-hearing conference took place last Friday for all par- ties, which include the New Zealand Transport Agency, the Tunnel or Nothing Group, Friends of Oakley Creek and the North West Community Association.
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