Central Leader : March 30th 2011
16 CENTRAL LEADER, MARCH 30, 2011 NEWS All prices exclude GST. Oﬀers only valid while stocks last and if paid for in full by either: Cash, Efpos, Visa or MasterCard. Hours: M-F 7.00am-5.00pm S 7.30am-12.00pm Manukau City Branch 32 Noel Burnside Road 09 277 7695 www.wiritmber.co.nz Mt Roskill Branch 50 Frost Road 09 620 4069 STOCK CLEARANCE SPECIALS AMAZING PRICES 100X25 PREMIUM TAN H3 GRIP TREAD DECKING 100X50 H3 R/S RAILS 4.8M FENCING 90X45 MSG8 D/FIR H1.2 MG FRAMING $1.59/M $1.89/M $2.49/M WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY WHILE STOCKS LAST (CLEARANCE STOCK) Large feet of curtain trucks, crane trucks, fat decks & specialised in over dimensional loads. Impressive feet of over 100 truck trailer units! TOM RYAN CARTAGE (TRC) CONTACT / BOOKING DETAILS: HIAB Team LCL Team Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com Tel: (09) 622 8744 / 0274 364 217 Tel: (09) 257 4392 TOM RYAN CARTAGE LIMITED "You call, we haul!" For any queries or more information on pricing or our same day Auckland metro service, please contact our sales team on our main line (09) 634 7773 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and check out our website www.tomryan.co.nz Grand day for cultural show Colourful occasion: Garba Rocks dancers performed a traditional Indian dance while festival-goers looked on. Kids' time: Sonielle Bahati, 10, Romeo Nkoy, 8, and Jasmine Gahungu, 7, play with Thai flowers floating in an inflatable pool. Photos: MICHELLE COOKE Elegant dance: Tomoe Sagara, aka Emon, performs with the Tamashii Taiko Drummers. Proud of their homeland: Raphael, 11, and his mum Charmaine Gaeira show off the colours of South Africa. Performers, stall-holders and festival-goers at the International Cultural Festival weren't going to let the rain dampen their spirits. The weekend event was a colourful occasion -- with hundreds of Auck- landers showing up in traditional costumes from their home coun- tries. There was hula danc- ing, African drumming, a 14-piece Samba band and interactive work- shops. The cultural diversity of the country's multicultural capital was on show. More than 60 groups performed on three stages at the cultural cel- ebration, which was held at the War Memorial Park in Mt Roskill. Kingsland heritage The Kingsland Business Society is calling on residents to help protect the suburb's heritage buildings. The society is set to make a submission that includes views on heri- tage by April 1 on the Auckland Council's draft annual plan. Society manager Christine Foley says cur- rent heritage protection is insufficient to prevent demolition of well-known buildings like the former Kiwi Bacon factory. Put together a signed letter that supports heri- tage protection in Kingsland including your business name, address and details. Then phone Christine on 379-5553 or 027-608- 3590 and she will collect the letter.
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