Central Leader : February 2nd 2011
9 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 NEWS 3426466AA Phil Goff MP Mt Roskill Available to help constituents 503a Mt Albert Rd Three Kings Phone 624 2278 Fax 624 1058 CLEARANCE DEPOT while stocks last Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 3pm, Sat 10am - 3pm Mobile draw units from $15 Office Chairs from $20 Filing Cabinets from $25 Huge variety of Office & Household items new & used at HEAVILY DISCOUNTED PRICES!! 641 Rosebank Rd, Avondale PH 815 1589 (at the end of 637 driveway) MTALBERT RD NEW NORTH RD DOMIN ION RD DOMIN IONRD BALMORAL RD MTE DENR D HILLSBOROUGH RD LANDSCAPE RD WHITE SWAN RD RICHARDSON RD MAY RD STODDARD RD ST LUKES RD MT ALBERT RD MT SMART RD CAMPBELL RD GREENLANE RD MANUKAU RD 16 1 S AN DRI NG HAMRD GREAT SOUTH RD 20 Penrose Three Kings Hillsborough Onehunga Blockhouse Bay New Windsor Epsom Mt Eden One Tree Hill Mt Roskill Sandringham Mt Albert Balmoral Mt Eden St Lukes Mt Albert Mt Roskill Three Kings Royal Oak Onehunga Royal Oak Kingsland 8 4 0 0 2 7 3 6 02 0 5 1 4 1 Burglaries for January 19 to 25:Blockhouse Bay: 0 Epsom: Empire Rd, Pukenui Rd Hillsborough: Hillsborough Rd (2) Mt Albert: Lyon Ave, Fairleigh Ave, Ros- sgrove Tce, Wolseley St, New North Rd (2), Asquith Ave, Tay- lors Rd Mt Eden: Lisnoe Ave, Matipo St, Dominion Rd (3), Essex Rd Kingsland: Second Ave (2), Don Croot St, Western Springs Rd, Mt Roskill: Gifford Ave, Webster Ave, Haig Ave, Glenarm Ave, Parau St, Winstone Rd, May Rd New Windsor: 0 Sandringham: Duncan Ave, King Edward St, Parry St Three Kings: Mt Eden Rd Onehunga: Queenstown Rd, Inkerman St, Pleasant St, Bond Place, Selwyn StPenrose: Church St, Cain Rd (2), Great South Rd Royal Oak: Manukau Rd One Tree Hill: 0 Balmoral: 0 Counterfeit money hits the streets Counterfeit $50 notes have surfaced in central Auckland and police are advising shopkeepers to be vigilant. Avondale police intelli- gence supervisor Trudi Pumipi says the notes were used at the Thirsty Whale bar in Three Kings this month. There were two fake notes used which had the same serial number. Early last year there was also a spout of fake notes. She says the notes may be used to purchase small items to obtain large amounts of change. Forged $50 notes have also been picked up in Remuera, Royal Oak, Onehunga and New- market. Onehunga community constable Don Allan says police are trying to ascer- tain how widespread the problem is. People can check the clear window on the note which should have the $50 denomination and these do not. Also the feel of them is not quite right, it doesn t feel like proper cur- rency. Mr Allan says a check- out attendant picked up on a fake note when it was presented at a Royal Oak supermarket on January 7.
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