Western Leader : January 13th 2011
9 WESTERN LEADER, JANUARY 13, 2011 NEWS • NZQA Accredited Programmes • Career Planning • Work Based Training • Supportive environment with strong leadership *Enrolment criteria applies. FIGHT 4 our youth Achieve qualifications, confidence, life skills, good jobs and careers with BEST Youth Academy CAMPUSES AT MANUKAU & WAITAKERE • Computing • Travel and Tourism • Freight Operations • Sport • Business Administration • Employment Skills • Performing Arts BEST YOUTH ACADEMY NO FEES Tertiary Education for 16 -- 18 year olds* DON'T MISS OUT ENROL TODAY! Great North Rd and Meola Rd Western Springs 0800 MOTATNZ (0800 668 286) MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY TAI PING ASIAN SUPERMARKET NOW OPEN IN NEW LYNN! New Zealands Biggest Asian Supermarket Your one-stop shop for all your grocery needs - stocking a full range of Asian groceries, fresh fruits & vegetables, frozen foods, fresh meats & fish, daily roast duck. PLENTY OF CAR PARKS OPEN 7 DAYS from 9.00am - 7.00pm 3037 Great North Road, New Lynn (Old Mitre 10 site) Phone 09 825 0448 Specials from Jan 14-16 (Friday to Sunday) while stocks last GREAT NORTH ROAD DELTA AVE VERONICA STREET LYNNMALL TAI PING Taiwan Pok Choy 49c bunch Sweet Corn 69c each Ya Pear $2.39 kg Round Beans $2.29 kg Korean Shin Ramyun 120g x 5 bags only $3.99 Gai Choy 79c bunch Watermelon $3.99 each Choy Sum 79c bunch Fresh Pork Scotch$8.99kg Fresh Sparerib $7.99kg Fresh Mullet $3.99kg Raw Sand Shrimp $9.99kg $18.80kg BUTCHERY FISH BBQ: BBQ ROAST PORK $3 FREE Valid 17 Jan - 20 Jan (Mon Thur) when you purchase $15 or more (rice, oil, milk, phonecards, Items on special are excluded) Spend $15 or more $3.99 get a tray of No 7 chicken egg (30pces) Valid Jan 14-16) Fri-Sun one tray per 1 coupon (Not in conjunction with other special) $ Gow Choy 49c bunch 3391298AA Music series at zoo The Auckland Zoo Music series kicks off this month featuring a selec- tion of Kiwi artists. The series of concerts fundraises for the zoo s conservation work in New Zealand and over- seas. Director Jonathan Wilcken says summer is abusytimeasitisthe breed and release season for a number of native animals. He says the concerts provide quality enter- tainment while also sup- porting the zoo in its quest to conserve and care for wildlife. We are part of Head- start, a Conservation Department programme, where we breed and rear tuatara on-site before releasing them back into the wild off the Coro- mandel peninsula when they are big enough to survive, Mr Wilcken says. Dave Dobbyn will play on January 21 and the event starts at 6pm at the band rotunda. Other upcoming con- certs include the Auck- land Philharmonic Orch- estra, Che Fu, Sola Rosa and the Phoenix Foun- dation. Pre-purchased tickets are $40 for adults and those bought on the day are $45. For more details visit www.aucklandzoo.co.nz.
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