Central Leader : February 18th 2011
7 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 18, 2011 NEWS or HUGE RANGE OF BAR STOOLS UNDER $100 LIMITED TIME ONLY LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE THIS WEEKEND'S QUALITY FURNITURE BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES HOT SPECIALS RRP $6999 NOW $2498 RRP $3999 NOW $1292 RRP $2999 NOW $1494 RRP $1399 NOW $699 Ashley 3+2 (5 only) 100% Genuine Cowhide Leather Glass Round 5pce Razzoni 7pce Laura 3+2 Leather Lounge Suite 4 Only RRP $1299 NOW $448 Carlos Sofabed Innersprung Mattress 3 Colours available 905 Dominion Road 10am-5pm 7 Days email@example.com Red Cross needs help The Red Cross is calling for volunteers to take to the streets to fundraise for its annual appeal from February 28 to March 6. The organisation wants people to give a couple of hours and col- lect during the See Red appeal. The Auckland Red Cross has many com- munity programmes which offer a wide range of services including Breakfast in Schools and Meals on Wheels. Phone 0800 RED CROSS (0800-733-276) or visit www.redcross. org.nz to help. Cyclist rammed by car A cyclist has been injured after allegedly being rammed by a stolen car in Onehunga. The incident happened at 1am on Valentine's Day when two teenagers were spotted breaking into a car on Harbour View Rd. Mt Wellington tactical co- ordinator senior sergeant Hirone Waretini says a group of men on bikes witnessed the event. He says the two teens got into the vehicle and attempted to ram the cyclists and one person fell off their bike and was injured. They hid their bikes and called us.'' The offenders switched vehicles and police apprehen- ded the men on the south west- ern motorway heading south. An 18-year-old man from Mangere has been charged with unlawful taking and possession of instruments for conversion, and a 17-year-old, also from Mangere, has been charged with unlawful taking, pos- session of instruments, danger- ous driving and two counts of assault with a weapon. Both are to appear in the Auckland District Court today. Prison checkpoint finds drugs in car A visitor to the Auckland Central Remand Prison was arrested after meth- amphetamine was found in a car. Prison staff were conducting a routine checkpoint search when they found the items. During the search occupants of the car were found with contraband, with staff recovering methamphetamine and paraphernalia from the car,'' prison manager Grace Smit says. Police were called and they conducted further searches, finding another small bag that contained residual meth- amphetamine.'' Ms Smit says police arrested one of the visitors who is due to appear in the Auckland District Court.
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