Western Leader : December 21st 2010
11 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 21, 2010 NEWS Key Closed Shelly Beach Road off-ramp closed Stafford Road off-ramp Curran Street on-ramp The two southbound clip-on lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, as well as the Shelly Beach Road off-ramp will be closed: D From Sunday 26 December 2010 to Thursday 6 January 2011 D Three lanes will remain open in both directions throughout Cook Street off-ramp will also be closed during this time for work on the SH1 Victoria Park Tunnel project. Resurfacing work will take place on the southbound clip-on lanes as part of ongoing maintenance work, to keep the bridge in good condition. Delays are likely so please follow the detour and exit at the Fanshawe Street southbound off-ramp. Wet weather may postpone the work. Thank you for your co-operation during these essential improvements. For more information visit www.nzta.govt.nz/ahb or call 09 969 9800. XM01 Looking after Auckland Harbour Bridge Wholesaler's Clearance 36 Apollo Drive Mairangi Bay (beside Wet & Forget) OPEN 7 DAYS 10am - 4pm æ Children's Books from $3.00 æ Cook Books from $3.00 æ 2011 Diaries from $3.00 æ Christmas Cards from $4.00 æ Balloon Modelling Kits only $6.00 æ Gift Box: Magnificent Magic only $15.0 0 æ Gift Box: Classic Paper Planes only $15.0 0 æ Guinness Glasses only $2.00 æ Federation T-Shirts only $10.00 æ Cupcake & Cookie Creation Gift Sets only $10.0 0 Plus many more great gifts arriving daily Check out these Hot Prices! CHRISTMAS GIFTS XMAS Give someting special this DESIGN SPECIALISTS the PERSONALISED WITH YOUR IMAGES... CHRISTMAS CARDS POSTCARDS CALENDARS PHOTO RETOUCHING SCREEN PRINTING a 1067 Scenic Dr Swanson | p 09 837 6363| e firstname.lastname@example.org Food gatherer: Holly Gallagher from Glen Eden Intermediate School demonstrated impressive community spirit when she collected cans from her class as a donation for entry to a school performance. She then donated them to VisionWest's Foodbank, which distributes Christmas food parcels to 150 families in west Auckland. Cool class: If you're at Kelston Shopping Centre, take a closer look at the decorations on the tree. Children from rooms 2 and 4 at Kelston Primary School recently decorated the six-foot Christmas tree with ornaments made out of rubbish. Star kids: Aaron, Claudia, Yazmin and Levi from Henderson Valley School were part of the Mercury Energy Stars for Starship event. They helped to hang stars created by children from around the country for the Starship Christmas tree. Anouska Patel from Arahoe School and Sabrina Carhart from Pomaria Primary were regional winners in the competition to design the stars. Great cakes: Waitakere City Cake Decorators Club delivered 108 Christmas cakes to Age Concern recently, which will be delivered to elderly people who have no family. Pictured are Sue Taylor, Anne Carroll, Catherine Agent, Trish Woodward and Carol Hogg.
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