Central Leader : February 16th 2011
9 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 NEWS 67 Ranfurly Rd (between Gillies Ave & Manukau Rd), Epsom, Auckland 1023. email@example.com www.realliving.co.nz EV CLQP1602 Epsom Village is a friendly boutique retirement community set in a neighbourhood of multi-million dollar homes. Together with our very affordable entry-level prices and close proximity to Mt Eden Village and Newmarket, this could be the perfect retirement choice. Our apartments are open to view now, and we invite you to come over and see our range of beautifully appointed one and two bedroom homes, each with optional undercover parking. Or if you prefer, call us to arrangeapersonaltouratatimethatsuitsyou. Phone Robyn Morton on 09 630 4379 or 021 845 524 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org A wonderful, central retirement lifestyle in sunny and exclusive Ranfurly Road, Epsom. Have we got NEWS for you! News that you can Read, Hear & Watch! Our amazing new online editions take the news into a new dimension. Reads like a newspaper with easy-to-read turning pages -- and packed with extra features that connect you to news like never before. News coverage that puts you on the scene with Turn the page to a new era in local news -- the total multi media news experience! Just click on "Latest Edition" at w w w.centralleader.co.nz Turn on to our online editions NOW. The latest local news online -- anywhere, anytime. BreastScreen Auckland's Mobile Screening Unit will be at: YMCA Community Centre New North Rd, Mt Albert Mon-Thurs 28 February - 31 March Mon - Sat appointments available at the Remuera Clinic MacMurray Rd (Off St Marks Rd) 0800 10 95 10 www.languages.unitec.ac.nz The Certi cate in Language Teaching enables you to teach English in New Zealand or when you travel overseas. Practical teaching skills are at the heart of the programme you practise teaching a class of adults for a total of six hours and observe experienced teachers in action. No previous teaching experience required. Course starts 8 March 2011. Enrol now Teach English overseas UNLTE300 McDonald's appeal continues A High Court appeal has been lodged by the Balmoral Community Group to contest points of law over a McDonald's being built in the suburb. Three days before Christmas, the Environ- ment Court granted con- sent for the fast food out- let to be built and the decision is expected to be finalised on February 25. Community group sec- retary Justine Tringham says the appeal focuses on two areas. She says no evidence was presented about the early morning hours, other than car numbers entering the site. Therefore no assess- ment of effects had been done for the court to base their decision on.'' Ms Tringham also says the court indicated the restaurant could go ahead because of sub- stantial development in the area. We will go through the process and see if they accept it,'' Ms Tringham says of the appeal. McDonald's director Mark Hawthorne says the company is disap- pointed over the decision to appeal. He says the Environ- ment Court process was sound and addressed many of the concerns raised by residents. We're disappointed that we cannot proceed immediately as we had worked hard to make sure most of the issues raised by submitters had been dealt with. We were also looking forward to getting on with the con- struction of the res- taurant and working with the community.'' However, the company is moving forward and on February 10 it lodged an application for a demo- lition consent with the Auckland Council at the Balmoral site. High Court staff say a conference is set down for February 22.
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