Central Leader : March 4th 2011
7 CENTRAL LEADER, MARCH 4, 2011 NEWS Don't miss this Sunday's... SUBSCRIBE TO THE SUNDAY STAR-TIMES AND SAVE! Ph: 0800 SUNDAY (0800 786 329) AttheMus e umof Broken Relationships Freedom of information Heartbreak and keepsakes The"EatIt"singer psychoanalysed by Matt Suddain Weird Al Yankovic The woman who made millions of f unpaid bloggers A perfect Chinese daughter and her imperfect love story ROSEANNE LIANG SUNDAY MAGAZINE Your glossy Sunday treat. n Roseanne Liang - A perfect Chinese daughter and her imperfect love story n Heartbreak - The heartbreak Museum of Broken Relationships in Croatia n Deeply Weird - The 'Eat it' singer gets put on the psychiatrist's couch n Hardcore holidays - NZ holidays that will work up a sweat n Pint of view - welcome to our new beer column n Kate's Country - a tour of Kate Middleton's home turf PLUS go in the draw to Win the new Volvo S60! Find your key word in the paper on Sunday ESCAPE The best of travel, food, wellbeing and entertainment. Stay informed. Freephone 0508 CONNECT (266 6328) A contraflow will be in place from 5am to 8pm, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 March, limiting Broadway to one lane each way. All local shops and businesses will remain open as normal: vehicle access to shops on Mahuru St will be available from Nuffield St. Broadway will be closed from 8pm to 5am on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Detours will be clearly marked. The NZTA apologises for any disruption these roadworks may cause, and thanks all local businesses and residents for their ongoing support and cooperation. View project footage: www.youtube.com Keyword Newmarket Connection Newmarket Connection: Viaduct Replacement Project Roadworks on Broadway, Friday 10 - Sunday 12 March Section of old viaduct to be lowered next to Broadway on Sunday morning BWR_01 Register for updates: www.nzta.govt.nz/newmarketconnection Email firstname.lastname@example.org On the morning of Sunday March 12, visitors to Newmarket will be able to witness a section of the old Newmarket Viaduct being lowered over 20 metres to the ground by the Big Blue gantry. For more details on the timing of this event, visit the project's website on or after Saturday March 11. www.nzta.govt.nz/newmarketconnection Please consider public transport when travelling to Newmarket over this weekend Zumba quake help Zumba classes on a large scale are being held to raise money for those devastated by the Christ- church earthquake. A class will be held at the Mt Albert War Mem- orial Hall on March 11 and organisers are hoping to see about 250 people turn out for the event. Zumba organisers are hoping to raise $10,000 from this and similar events nationwide. Call Carolina on 0800- 538-798 or see the ZumbaloveforChristchurch Facebook page. Bakers kneaded for earthquake victims Baking enthusiasts will have a chance to shine on Monday as part of the Great Kiwi Bake Off being held to raise funds for Canterbury. The event is calling for Aucklanders to get stuck in and bake, buy or donate to help relief efforts. The Bake Off sale takes place on Monday between 10.30am and 12.30pm at Queen Eliza- beth Square in down- town Auckland. Donated items can be dropped off at any train station between 6.30am and 8.30am on the day or at Britomart between 7.30am and 9am. Contact organiser Glenn Browne on 027-493-6788 or glenn @pureoutdoors.co.nz for more details. All funds raised will go to the Red Cross.
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