Western Leader : December 9th 2010
17 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 9, 2010 NEWS New SH16 roundabout opens Monday The NZ Transport Agency will open a new roundabout in Whenuapai at the State Highway 16 and Brigham Creek Road intersection on Monday 13 December. A 50 km/h speed limit will be in place and minor delays are expected as motorists adjust to the new layout. Please slow down and drive with care when approaching the roundabout. Construction is still taking place so watch out for trucks in the area. The opening is a milestone on the SH16 Brigham Creek Extension motorway project. In the event of bad weather the work will take place on the next fine night. Thank you for your patience and cooperation while construction continues. For more information call 0800 520 202 or visit www.nzta.govt.nz/ hobsonville. BRIGHAM CREEK ROAD MOTORWAY UNDER CONSTRUCTION N New Roundabout Layout TO KUMEU & HELENSVILLE TO WESTGATE TO WHENUAPAI SHOPS BCR_02 3 RETIREMENT VILLAGE *Applications must be made on an application form. A Disclosure Statement is available at the village 23 Elm Street, Avondale www.rosehill.co.nz Phone today: 09 828 9844 or Mob. 021 337 835 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Retire to the good life It s surprisingly affordable. Rosehill Gardens is a modern purpose-built retirement village located within a gated, flat and easily accessed property in the heart of Avondale. It comprises a mix of 28 villas, 27 serviced apartments and 2 studios. Rosehill Gardens is only 200 metres from the Avondale Shopping Centre and five minutes drive away from the North Western Motorway. North-facing, one bedroom, air conditioned apartment with own lounge, ensuite bathroom and kitchenette. From $182,000 Monitored smoke alarm and sprinkler system. Also: 2-bedroom unit available now! Fresh Produce Daily For You 16 Godley Rd Green Bay, Blockhouse Bay. Ph 826 1528 Store Opening From: 8:00 to 6:30pm. The advertised prices are valid from 9th to 12th Dec. or while stocks last. Spend over $20 and recieve a special gift NZ Orange Lettuce Tomato 800g Bag Blueberry New season Apricot $169 bag chip bag 99¢ 99¢$ 299 $299 kg ea 800g PROMPT MAT REPAIR SERVICE Clarks Trampolines Balmoral Swings & Slides Trampoline & Swing Factory Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am to 5pm, Sat 9am to 12 noon 890 Great South Rd, PENROSE Ph 579 5090 www.trampoline.co.nz ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS 3127721AA FREE MUFFIN with any coffee when you mention this advert Valid until late December 10 Inexpensive Art on the walls Ideal for Christmas Over 9000 DVD's Come to your friendly local cafe bring a friend and browse the DVD's 6\138 Sturges Rd, Palomino Shops Henderson • Ph 836 1250 r The friendly Cafe with Great Coffee ROCKYYZ MOBILEZ & MORE SAMSUNG E1070 $39 LG GR500 $259 (Cheapest phone ever) (XT compatible also) We do cellphone repair at reasonable price Hire purchase and layby available FOR CHRISTMAS Shop Online at WWW.HITECHMOBILES.CO.NZ PHONE 09 837 6100 OPEN 7 DAYS 369 Great North Road, Henderson, Auckland 0612 Safe to enter the water By NICOLA MURPHY Popular swimming spots around west Auckland are tested weekly over the summer and the most recent results have all proved safe. Samples from beaches and fresh water spots are taken and tested by lab- oratories to assess levels of bacteria. If they are above accepted guidelines set by the Environment Ministry the water may be deemed unsafe to bathers. In this case, health warning signs are erected advising people not to swim or gather shellfish. The areas are retested until the bacteria levels are back within the guidelines. The most recent test results of water samples from all western beaches including Piha, Kare- kare, Huia, Laingholm and Titirangi have come back as safe. The Piha lagoon was the worst affected area last year, and was closed 16 times from November 2009 to January 2010. Wood Bay and Laingholm Bay were closed 10 and 9 times respectively. The main risks to swimming in unsafe water are gastro-bugs that cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. Ear and eye infections are also a possibility. It pays to check the water quality results before you go swimming. They are at www.auck landcouncil.govt.nz. Permits for open-air fires If you want to light an open-air fire in a rural area this summer you need a permit, the Auck- land Council says. And if you live within 1km of a Department of Conservation reserve, you'll need a permit from DOC too. Restricted fire season starts each year at the beginning of December as fire level dangers increase around this time. It's important that fires are controlled and supervised at all times as the costs involved in putting out all fires may be passed on to the per- son responsible. Call the Auckland Council on 301-0101 for details on fire permits.
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