Central Leader : January 26th 2010
9 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 26, 2011 NEWS www.national.org.nz Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga MP FOR MAUNGAKIEKIE HAVE YOUR SAY At what age should you be able to buy alcohol? • 18, as it is currently • Raise the purchase age to 20 • Split age - 18 years at on-licences (pubs), 20 years at off-licences (liquor stores) Please email me your preferred option in the subject line to email@example.com or call my office on 09 622 0300. $99 for two pairs of glasses Limited Time Ph 309 3900 237 Symonds St Eden Terrace firstname.lastname@example.org www.edeneye.co.nz 3140652AD 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 Service, 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 GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event is due to take place. Fax your details to: 630-5432, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: Community Notices, Private Bag 56910, Dominion Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland 1446. Preference will be given to local, free, community and charity events. NOTICES Bowling, Portage Indoor Bowling Club will commence its 2011 year on February 1 at 11am (bring your lunch) and February 3 at 7.30 pm, in the Western Hall, Portage Road, New Lynn. All welcome. For more information phone Norma on 828-4858 or Glenis on 827-4461. Bowling, Te Papapa Indoor Bowls plays every Tuesday night until 10pm at Onehunga Rugby Football & Sports Club Ferguson Park, Olea Rd, Onehunga. Friendly club, supper supplied. For further details contact Anne or Ian ph 636-5840 or Judy on 579-5125. Advocacy, Volunteers needed to work with adults with an intellectual disability. For two hours a month you can help to befriend, support and advocate. Some expenses reimbursed. Contact Sarah Lassally on 630-6225 or 027-728-4120 or email@example.com. Computers, Introduction to the Computer for Beginners. This is a free class, places are limited. To be eligible you must register for all four workshops. Includes computer basics, keyboard and mouse skills, introduction to the internet and more. Runs each Wednesday from January 26 to February 16, from 10am- 12:30pm, at Wesley Community Centre. Phone 620-2090 or 620-5125 for more information. School holiday programme, The Ted Ashby all day fishing excursion is happening at Voyager NZ Maritime Museum. Come along today January 26 from 9:45am-3pm. Cost $40 per child, $20 per accompanying adult (not fishing). All rods and bait supplied. Must bring all weather gear food and drink and suitable shoes (no jandals). Prepaid bookings essential. Please call Gina on 373-0811 to make a booking. Stretch and relax, Gentle stretching and rejuvenating exercises aimed at over 50s who wish to increase their flexibility. Classes start February 1 and 3, Tuesdays 10am -11.30am, McKinney Room, Greyfriars Church, Windmill Rd, Mt Eden. Thursdays 10am-11.30am, St Andrew's Church Hall,100 St Andrews Rd, Epsom. Cost is $12 per class. For details phone Isha 623-6294. Mystery bus trip, The Onehunga Fencible and Historical Society wishes to remind friends, members and other historic societies of our trip on February 12. Send your applications in before February 1. Ph 636-7997 or 636-6260 for information. Careers, Volunteers needed for Amitabha Hospice Service. Come along to our free training on February 9, and sign up for the training course. For information call 828-3321 or email amitabhahospice@ gmail.com or apply at www. amitabhahospice.org. High Tea, The Blue Butterfly Trust for Pancreatic Cancer is holding a fundraising high tea on January 27, from 4pm-7pm at Butterfly Creek, Tom Pearce Dr, Auckland International Airport. Price is $40 adult, $20 child -- includes afternoon tea, butterfly house and crocodile attractions and a glass of champagne for the adults. For inquiries or to book tickets, phone Tracey or Josh on 535-8180. Art Classes, Epsom Community Centre commences art classes for 2011 on February 1, from 9am-noon. Classes are held every Tuesday. Come along to 202 Gillies Ave, Epsom. For inquiries phone 524-7208. English classes, Newcomers to New Zealand wanting to improve their English are welcome to attend classes at Blockhouse Bay Baptist Church, starting on February 10. Lessons run from 1pm- 2.45pm. Phone 626-5504 for more information. Public Meeting on Pacific Island Issues, Hosted by National MPs Dr Jackie Blue and Sam Lotu-Iiga. Guest: Hon Georgina Te Heuheu, Minister of Pacific Island Affairs. Everyone welcome. Come along to Wesley Community Centre, Tarapunga Room, 740 Sandringham Rd Ext, Mt Roskill, from 7pm-8.30pm, on February 7. For inquiries phone Dr Jackie Blue's office 629-4982. Weight Loss, Community weight loss challenge starting January 20. Only $49 for 12 weeks. Cash prizes to top three weight losers. Coaching and group support in a fun environment. Limited places, bookings essential. Phone John 529-0800 or visit www.wlc.dietadvice.co.nz. Trying to get pregnant? Fertility NZ is running a contact group to help put people with fertility issues in touch with others. Courses will run on February 15 and 22, and March 1 from 7.30pm- 9.30pm. One payment of $10 pp (or $20 per couple) covers all three sessions. Places are limited, register early by emailing cg.fnzauckland@ gmail.com or ph 835-9812. Personal development, Eight weeks commencing beginning February in Ponsonby. First step in the journey to become a volunteer counsellor on the Youthline Helpline or you may choose to attend as a stand- alone course for your own personal growth, improve self awareness and commun- ication skills. Ph 361-4170.
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