Western Leader : December 17th 2010
14 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 17, 2010 Cnr Westgate & Fernhill Drive, Massey 0614 PH: 833 7800 Fax 09 833 7400 email: firstname.lastname@example.org ONLY AT WESTGATE MITRE 10 HOME & TRADE SATURDAY 18th & SUNDAY 19th DECEMBER 2010 KATRINA'S FACTORY SHOP 20 CARTWRIGHT RD, KELSTON WOMENS and MENS - NEW SEASON DESIGNER STYLES AT FACTORY PRICES! MASSIVE CLOTHING VENUE -- 20 CARTWRIGHT RD, KELSTON, 818.3548 SHOP AT REAR OF BUILDING -- FOLLOW THE SIGNS DIRECTIONS: GO TO GREAT NORTH RD, KELSTON / GLENDENE (BY WAIKUMETE CEMETRY), TURN INTO SABULITE RD, THEN FIRST ON RIGHT IS CARTWRIGHT RD. LADIES & MENS - NEW SEASON DESIGNER CLOTHING LADIES -- SINGLETS, T.SHIRTS, S/S TOP, DRESSES, L/SLEEVE TOPS, KNITS, CARDIS, JACKETS, SHIRTS, SKIRTS, PANTS, SLEEPWEAR & HEAPS MORE -- FOR ALL DIFFERENT OCCASSIONS -- CASUAL TO CORPORATE -- SIZE 10 TO 24 GREAT CHRISTMAS PRESSIES FOR YOU AND THE WHOLE FAMILY! MENS -- T.SHIRTS, CASUAL & BUSINESS SHIRTS -- SHORT SLEEVE & LONGSLEEVE, LINED SUIT JACKETS - ONLY $50 (RRP $300)!! WOOL BLEND JACKETS - ONLY $70 (RRP $400)! -- FOR ALL DIFFERENT OCCASSIONS -- CASUAL TO CORPORATE -- SMALL TO XXL ALSO SOME KIDS CLOTHING ($5 T0 $10) & FABRIC OFF CUTS ($5 PER BAG) OPEN EVERY DAY TILL 23RD DEC. 10AM TO 5PM -- NEW STOCK DAILY! (USUALLY RETAIL FOR $40 TO $400) (USUALLY RETAIL FOR $40 TO $200) SALE! MENS FROM - $10 TO $70 LADIES FROM - $5 TO $35 WE ARE HERE! 114 Patiki Rd, Avondale Opening Hours: Over the break we will be closed xmas weekend (all 4 days) and new years day. Cash, Eftpos and Credit Cards only -- sorry no cheques. Offer only applies to Residential Customers Patiki Road Refuse Transfer Station YES! We are open to the public Handy to the motorway. No queues! Summer Special Bring in your Gold Card & Community Card and receive 10% off OFFER AVAILABLE TO 31st January 2011 Pay only for what you drop off! Min Charge applies then $17 (GST Inclusive) per 100kgs you drop off This offer is only available to cars, station wagons, trailer, vans, utes Ph 818 0464 287B West Coast Road, Glen Eden FULL MECHANICAL REPAIRS & SERVICING: Oil changes, brakes, suspensions, clutches and cambelts WOF $20 MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM CROWN AUTOWORKS & TYRES LIMITED GREAT VALUE! NEW & USED TYRES Keep the cheers cheerful Keep the Christmas cheers cheerful is the message the Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand (ALAC) and ACC have for those attending workplace Christmas functions. Christmas is a time for celebration but let s not make alcohol and getting drunk the focus of the celebrations, says ALAC Chief Executive Gerard Vaughan. Christmas parties used to be considered legend- ary for stories about people doing harm to them- selves and others. However, many workplaces are now taking steps to encourage their staff to ease up on the drink and reduce the harm caused by excess drinking. We are seeing a trend away from alcohol-focused workplace parties to more team and family activities for Christmas celebrations. Family picnics, team activities such as treasure hunts or quiz nights, or visiting local attractions are all becoming more popular for workplaces at this time of the year. Some are holding completely alcohol-free family events, he says. Keith McLea, ACC s General Manager Insurance & Prevention Services, says it s important that workplaces have the opportunity to celebrate Christmas and the year gone by, but these events should be a celebration, not a cause for concern. At this time of the year many people drink too much and end up hurting themselves and others. Drinking alcohol increases the likelihood of injury from falls, fights, burns and road crashes. Nobody wants to end up in hospital over Christmas so ease up on the drink, he says. ALAC and ACC have the following tips if you are planning a workplace function with alcohol and want to be a responsible host. As the employer you re the host. Set your expectations in advance. Say that you won t be impressed by drunken behaviour. Model good behav- iour yourself. Get loads of substantial food rolling early on in the evening and make sure it s available throughout the function. Make sure alcohol is not the only choice of drink Serve more interesting non-alcoholic drinks than just orange juice. Don t serve people who are getting intoxicated. Brief your waiters if it s an in-house party. If it s on a licensed premise, it shouldn t happen anyway. Plan some sort of activity so that people have some- thing to do other than just drinking and eating. Hold an event in a family environment, like the zoo, provide entertainment and make it alcohol free. Make the focus about the company families getting together and catching up.
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