Central Leader : January 16th 2013
www.centralleader.co.nz 6 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 16, 2013 NEWS Best of Fresh for Less New L ynn -- Margan Ave Mon -- Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm Mt Roskill -- Frost Road Mon -- Sun 7.00am - 7.00pm Greenlane -- 1 Marewa Rd CL16/1 Mon -- Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm Mt Albert -- 955 New North Rd Mon -- Sun 7.30am - 7.00pm All specials available until closing time Sun 20 Jan or while stock lasts All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin Washed White4.99 6.99 Agria Green Seedless Grapes $6.99kg Fresh Sweetcorn $1.99of 3 Watermelon $1.99kg Potatoes New Season Pumpkin $1.99kg Australia Yellow Nectarines $2.99bag Cherries $13.99box 1kg Central Otago Hawkes Bay 800g bag Pukekohe 3kg bag 5kg bag Fresh Round Beans $1.69bag 300g ! sign up to any fitness membership of 6 months or more & pay nothing for 30 days! Join in january and get your first 30 days free! O er valid on both cash and direct debit memberships. Terms & Conditions apply. Find out more: Cameron Pool 53 Arundel St, Mt Roskill Ph: 09 624 6058 www.cameronpool.co.nz 5104252AA Notice of Works KiwiRail is investing more $750 million over the next three years to maintain and improve the performance of New Zealand's rail network. We're about to commence an important part of this work on the track which you may notice in your region over the next few weeks. Our rail grinder machine will be working along the track, smoothing and improving the rail surface so that it lasts longer. It can sometimes be loud and creates sparks and, while this may look exciting, we recommend people do not try to get a closer look. We're making every effort to keep noise and disruption to a minimum but if you'd like to find out more about this project please call our project manager Neil Mason on 021 378 934. Find out more about us at www.kiwirail.co.nz More smokers sign up to quit the habit Health Minister Tony Ryall With the ardour that could only be brought about by New Year's resolutions, more than 2000 smokers signed up with Quitline in the first week of January. Health Minister Tony Ryall says it is pleasing that so many Kiwis have kicked off 2013 with the goal to quit smoking. The habit kills an esti- mated 5000 people in New Zealand every year. By raising the tobacco tax each year and offering more people help to quit smoking, this government has created a turning point in the campaign against tobacco.'' The number of smokers continues to decline with more smokers stubbing out each year. Last year, 63,000 New Zealanders attempted quitting through the Quitline services -- almost 19,000 more than in 2008. By helping people to quit not only are we reducing the risk of a smoker having a smoking-related dis- ease, such as lung cancer, we are also improving the health of everyone in the family,'' Mr Ryall says. Having non-smoking parents greatly reduces the likelihood of a child becoming a smoker.''
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