Central Leader : February 23rd 2011
9 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 STARTS TODAY SERVILLES WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME TARA-LEE MITCHELL TO OUR NEWMARKET SALON To book an appointment with Tara-Lee contact 09 522 2544 or firstname.lastname@example.org Shop E, 1 Short Street, Newmarket www.servilles.com A self help programme that gives parents the tools to deal with unacceptable adolescent behaviour - that works! Find out how parents just like you have turned their lives around. Go to www.toughlove.org.nz or phone 09 624 4363 at the end of your tether with your troubled teen? you can turn it around. Summer Special 3+3 Join Contours Greenlane or Glen Innes now for 3 months and receive 3 months for free. Conditions apply. Contours are Women's Health and Fitness Specialists. We re not an ordinary gym, we re a step above with a focus on all aspects of women s health. Special o er only available at: Glen Innes Greenlane Above Nosh on 520 Great South Road 123B Apirana 525 7107 528 8848 Visit or call us today! 3140941AE 0800 75 4663 3517225AB Super Summer Clearance Sale Sale ends 6th March MORELAND FABRICS Sale excludes Dacron Wadding, Cushion Inners, Vilene, Calicos & Haberdashery All Summer fashion fabrics ½ Price Organzas were $14.99 NOW $10m Patterns All ½ Price Curtaining & Furnishing Fabrics LESS 20% Manufacturers Clearance of Threads (worth up to $25 a cob) NOW ONLY $5 Buy 5 get one FREE Pay only $20 10% OFF the$2$3$4 bargain areas 10% OFF all Craft Fabrics 23 Veronica St, New Lynn Ph: 826 3075 3137093AU Enjoy the confidence that comes from choosing personalised service. You deserve peace of mind eyecare and beautiful, quality eyewear. Relax ... your eyes are taken care of. Are you looking for an Optometrist you can trust? Phone us today on 5251516 Cnr Great South Rd & Rockfield Rd Greenlane Jenny Ogier - Optometrist 3502499AA With your generous help we ll continue to be seen in disaster and emergency situations and in our local communities, giving hope to vulnerable people wherever they are. Please, make a donation today. ̈ Make a $20 donation by calling 0900 RED CROSS (0900 73 327) ̈ Make a secure donation at www.redcross.org.nz ̈ Street collection 28 Feb--6 March 2011 Call goes out to Mt Albert history buffs Writing history: Mary Inomata of the Mt Albert Historical Society is looking researchers and authors interested in producing a new book on the history of Mt Albert.Photo: JASON OXENHAM By KELSEY FLETCHER History buffs, start dusting off your old photos. Expressions of interest are being sought by the Mt Albert Historical Society for a new book on the history of the suburb. The society is looking for people who have skills in research and is especially interested in any published authors who may want to write the book or act as editor. People who have infor- mation and stories to share, old pictures of the area and people with a passion for Mt Albert who may want to join the book committee that will oversee its production are also being asked to come forward. Mt Albert Historical Society chairwoman Mary Inomata says it seems the right time to compile a new book with the new generation of Mt Albert residents quickly growing up. Because of the suit- ability of the area there is a new wave of people coming into Mt Albert now. They are people in their 30s and 40s with young children and these families quite often call us wanting to know what we know about their houses,'' she says. It's been 50 years since the publication of Dick Scott's book In Old Mt Albert, the only pub- lished work on the suburb's history. The new book would be a way to expand on the history of Mt Albert by way of wider topics over a longer space of time,'' Ms Inomata says. The society plans to release the book in 2016, the 150th anni- versary of the forming of the Mt Albert Road Board in 1866. There will be a dis- cussion group at 10am on March 5 at Alberton House for anyone interested in taking part. Call Ms Inomata on 846-4509 or go to www.mtalberthistorical society.org.nz. Police call for witnesses Police are appealing for witnesses to an accident between a car and a Ducati motorbike near the Fanshawe St inter- section shortly before 6pm on February 3. The driver of the motorbike died in Auck- land Hospital last Thurs- day. He was 43-year-old Alistair Stuart Hum- phries from St Heliers. Mr Humphries struck a red Honda while head- ing north on Halsey St, suffering fatal injuries. Phone acting sergeant Paul Simcox on 359-3109 or email paul.simcox@ police.govt.nz.
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