Central Leader : February 23rd 2011
16 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 NEWS Neville Bros Ltd CARTAGE CONTRACTORS Serving the community since 1926 • Livestock • Hiab • Metal Ph: 09 426 5901 • Fax: 09 426 9586 • SILVERDALE Congratulations to Daltons for opening a new Landcape yard in Panmure Daltons Landscape Supplies Open Day Daltons Landscape Supplies, 1 Morrin Road, Mount Wellington is now open to the trade and public. Daltons have created New Zealand’s best supply yard with a massive variety of landscaping products filling over 40 bins. The extensive range includes pebbles, rocks, railway sleepers, Firth paving and re- taining systems, Dricon bagged products and our own range of Daltons products, in-cluding NZ’s best Lawn Soil, GardenMix,Barks and Mega Mulch. Free trailer hire is available or have your goods delivered by our professional trustworthy drivers. Get inspired at our free onsite ‘Dalton’s School of Gardening’ workshops held once a month, hosted by multi award winning garden designer and TV personality Xanthe White. Workshops will cover all aspects of gardening including how to espalier, pruning roses, growing the perfect lawn, fruit trees and many other topics. Workshops will be starting soon so please register your interest on Saturday. To celebrate our grand opening we are holding a family day this Saturday 26th February from 10am- 12 midday. There is fun for all the family including a Balloon modeling extraordinaire, free sausage sizzle, drinks and ice blocks, big trucks and our race winning Daltons sprint car, plant a mini garden with the kids to take home and have a go at the “Ponga Loading Competition”. There will also be lots of in-store specials and giveaways. For more information call 0800 DALTONS. Come and visit us on Saturday and find out why Daltons is the choice of gardeners, the choice of professionals. Mt Wellington Daltons Landscape Supplies, 1 Morrin Rd, Mt Wellington Phone 0800 DALTONS Competitions and fun for the whole family, with freebies galore! OPENDAYThisSaturday10am-noon Need Seed Need Newtons Suppliers of Premium Lawn Seed to Dalton's Mt Wellington www.winstoneaggregates.co.nz Proudly supporting Daltons new venture in Morrin Road SIN C E 1864 NZNZ B U ILDIN G B U ILDIN G New Zealand’s largest supplier of aggregates and sand. NZ’s Most Comprehensive Supplier of Natural Stone Environments West Stone wishes Daltons all the best in their newly launched landscape yard 0800 367 937 195 Marsden Rd Greymouth New Zealand Advertising Feature KIDS SWIMWEAR KAFTANS - SARONGS - DRESSES BIKINIS - TANKINIS - ONE PIECE - SWIMWEAR UPTOUPTO50%50%OFFOFFSELECTEDSELECTEDUPTOUPTO50%50%OFFOFFSELECTEDSELECTED20%-50%20%-50%OFFSELECTEDOFFSELECTED Auckland City 71 Dominion Rd 09 623 4511 www.beachhut.co.nz Silverdale 20 Silverdale Rd 09 426 8913 Takapuna 13 Hurstmere Rd 09 489 2495 2WEEKSONLY UP TO 70% OFF MOVING SALE! ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY 5TH MARCH 9AM TO 5PM ** CASH ONLY ** SHOP NEW ZEALAND 144 NEILSON ST ONEHUNGA 622 2889 *GIFTWARE *BEAUTY *GOLFING *HEALTH *BABY *GLASSWARE Single ticket on the way A new integrated ticketing scheme is one step closer with the construction of ticketing devices around the city. Construction has started at Mt Albert, Morningside and Mt Eden train stations with other stations following in the coming months. Auckland Transport chief executive David Warburton says the start of construction is the next step towards integrated ticketing for Auckland. ‘‘Those travelling to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or further afield, will be familiar with these types of devices and how to use them. ‘‘We are now well on the way for a single public transport ticket for Auckland.’’ The construction works, which comprise of ducting and cabling ready for rail tag-on and tag-off devices for all train stations on Auckland’s network, have been started in time for the Rugby World Cup. Mr Warburton says integrated ticketing is a critical move for public transport in Auckland. ‘‘It has proven potential to make public transport a much more attractive option for many Auck- landers, maximising public trans- port patronage and thus freeing up the roads for commercial vehicles and those who don’t have an option but to use a car. ‘‘This will lead to more efficient use of our roading space and faster travel times,’’ he says.
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