Western Leader : December 2nd 2010
6 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 2, 2010 NEWS 2757852AA Now at 220 Universal Drive extension (Off Central Park Drive), Henderson Ph: 836 0029 ALL HOURS Morrison Funeral Directors Family owned and operated Office, Chapel & Reception lounges 79 Line Road, Glen Innes Ph: 521 3100 Sat4Dec10amto3pm Sun5Dec10amto2pm Where: Titirangi Tennis and Squash rackets Club, Corner Golf road and Titirangi road, Titirangi MaSSive liquiDaTion Shoe Sale PriCeSSlaSheD Boots were $350 now $90 Shoes were $180 now $50 Genuine leaTher | ToP qualiTy PreDoMinanTlyWoMen'S ShoeS BuTSoMe Men'S availaBle 164258AC West Auckland Wealth Management Come and talk to us about KIWISAVER for you, your family or employees Call now for an obligation free initial discussion. See our website: www.wawm.co.nz West Auckland Wealth Management Henderson 835 3982 Adviser Disclosure Statements are available on request and free of charge. IT'S YOUR FUTURE AVONDALE RSA THE CLUB LEADING THE WAY DINE & DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY! 7 Layard St, Avondale Ph: 828 5000 Housie every Monday night $100 Super House Texas Holdem Poker every Wednesday and Saturday nights Karaoke every Thursday night with Karl Members, guests and members of other clubs with reciprocal visiting rights most welcome. Our Website address: avondalersa.org.nz Friday 3rd ..............Kavalliers Saturday 4th .........The Rocking Roller-Coasters Sunday 5th............Rangi & Judy Friday 10th ............NR Connection Saturday 11th .......Fatmouse Sunday 12th..........Kane Steves 3322120AA Louisa and Patrick Emmett Murphy Foundation CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Mr Murphy created this Foundation in 2002 in memory of his Mother to express gratitude for the help and care that she received in her latter years of her life. To be eligible, organisations must bene t people within the Auckland area (as de ned by the Supercity boundaries) by: • Providing assistance and care for terminally ill people in our community. • Improving the quality of life for our older people in our community. • Providing assistance and care for people su ering from illness in our community. ere will be a two stage selection process; expressions of interest and full applications. Expressions of interest may be submitted by a charitable organisation only (no individuals). e closing date for the expressions of interest is 24 December 2010. To request an expression of interest form... Email Kim.email@example.com • Write to Kim Peacock at Public Trust, Private Bag 17906, Greenlane, Auckland • Phone (09) 985 6824 Ogilvy/PTR0396 Crowds enjoy sunshine and Santa Winged walk: This tiny participant walked the parade route on behalf of Save New Zealand's Butterflies. Beat box: Henderson Primary School students banged out a rhythm for the crowd. Thousands of people poured into Henderson s town centre on Saturday for the Rotary Christmas Parade. More than 60 floats and walking groups paraded through town on a perfect sunny day. Deputy mayor Penny Hulse and councillor Sandra Coney led the parade in a vintage Rolls Royce. Organiser Roger Laloli of the Henderson Rotary Club received plenty of praise on the day, with many onlookers calling it the best parade ever . Mr Laloli says he is grateful for the help of the many volunteers, participants and the management of West- City. Best float was one by the Thai Temple, who received a $200 WestCity voucher. Bid for seat Greg Presland has withdrawn his bid for the Labour Party s nomination to stand in Te Atatu at next year s elec- tion. The west Auck- land lawyer says he came to decision after reviewing his commitments. I have recently been elected to the Waitakere Ranges Local Board. This is a new organisation and the work is both tremendously important and fasci- nating. It involves the reconstruction of the West s local democracy. He s also the chairman of the Auckland North- land Regional Council of the Labour Party and says with a general election in 2011, the next 12 months are vital. I do not feel that I could do the Te Atatu candidacy and these jobs jus- tice if I was selec- ted. Mr Presland was one of nine candidates that put their names for- ward to stand for the party in the seat. The Labour Party will name its new candidate on December 18. Buzz for spellers The upper North Island regional heat of the Vegemite New Zealand Spelling Bee was held in Auckland recently. Two Henderson Intermediate students got through to the final. Anita Mani and Monikka Diaz will be going to Wellington for the event on Febru- ary 26. The New Zealand winner will compete in Washington DC in May.
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