Western Leader : January 21st 2011
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WESTERN LEADER 2 Waipareira Ave, Henderson, P.O.Box 21167, Henderson 0650 Ph: 837-0340 AVONDALE Avondale Library 93 Rosebank Rd 374-1310 BLOCKHOUSE BAY Blockhouse Bay Library 578 Blockhouse Bay Rd 374 -1311 GLEN EDEN Glen Eden Library 12-32 Glendale Rd 818-5369 GREEN BAY New World 64 Godley Rd HENDERSON Henderson Valley Superette 239 Henderson Valley Rd 837-0305 Palomino Price Cutter 4/138 Sturges Rd 837-2921 Sapich Brothers Vineyard 150 Forest Hill Rd 814-9655 Waitakere Central Library 3 Ratanui St 836-8000 HOBSONVILLE Hobsonville Superette 4 Clark Rd 416-8279 HUIA Huia Store 1194 Huia Rd 811-8809 LAINGHOLM Laingholm Beach Store 1 Western Rd 817-6062 MASSEY Keiths Video Superette 428 Don Buck Rd 833-7824 Massey Superette 402 Don Buck Rd 833-8210 Massey Library Cnr Don Buck & Westgate Dr 832-5348 NEW LYNN New Lynn Library Cnr Totara & Memorial Dr 827-3395 ORATIA Oratia Superette 556 West Coast Rd 818-6462 SWANSON/RANUI Candia Automotive 654 Swanson Rd 833-6066 Ponderosa Superette 704 Swanson Rd 833-6085 Ranui Community Library 474 Swanson Rd 832-7357 TE ATATU Edmonton Stationary & Lotto 253 Edmonton Rd 838-9206 Te Atatu Peninsula Library 595 Te Atatu Rd 834-6596 TITIRANGI Woodlands Park Dairy 295 Huia Rd 816-8051 Titirangi Library 500 South Titirangi Rd WAITAKERE Waitakere Store 31 Township Rd 810-9637 WEST HARBOUR West Harbour Superette 43 Luckens Rd 416-6857 WHENUAPAI Whenuapai Dairy 65 Brigham Creek Rd Whenuapai Village Store 1 Puriri Rd 416-0144 Shree Superette 89 Brigham Creek Rd PIHA Piha Community Library 23 Seaview Rd (view only) 812-8231 Archive copies can be viewed at the Waitakere Central Library Level 1, 3 Ratanui St The most recent editions can be viewed online for free by clicking on the 'Latest Edition'link at www.westernleader.co.nz 3146052AA Public Notices SALE OF LIQUOR ACT 1989 SECTION 18(3), 41(3), 64(3), 16(2), 39(2), 62(2) Gurbinder Singh Smagh 9/5 Captain Scott Road, Glen Eden. Self Employed has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Auckland Council for the renewal of an On Licence in respect of the premises situated at 9/5 Captain Scott Rd, Glen Eden and known as Ghazal Indian Cuisine. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is Restaurant. The days on which and hours during which liquot is intended to be sold under the licence are Sun-Thu 11:00am-10.30pm Sat & Sun: 11:00am-11:00pm. The application may be inspected during the ordinary office hours at the Auckland Council. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 10 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice of the application. In a newspaper or newspapers in accordance with the Act, file a notice in wroting of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Auckland Council. This is the first publication of this notice. 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Challenge Trust West Mobile Services, 6a Paramount Drive, Lincoln North, 1pm-2.30pm. An informal group where you can listen, learn and share experiences in a safe, confidential environment. There is also an evening group, beginning January 26, 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Phone Nicki 839-7301. Edmonton Senior Citizens Club, starts on January 25. New members wanted. Meets Tuesdays and Fridays from 1pm. Join us for bowls, card games and day trips. Meet at the Community Centre, Te Atatu South, behind the library. Phone Gilbert 833-7879. Meditation course, for peace of mind, positivity and stress relief. January 25, 7pm. Ranui Community Centre, Corner of Swanson and Ranui Station Rd. Phone 832-8607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Koha gratefully accepted. www.bkwsu.org Free talk, January 28, by Professor Miller Goss at Piha Surf Club, about the impact of the New Zealand radio astronomy expedition of 1948. Talk starts at 8pm start. Fish and chips available from 6pm, $10. Organised by Protect Piha Heritage, phone 812-8156. Auditions, for a musical based on show hits from 1950s to today at Waitemata Theatre. January 30 from 6pm to 8pm and February 6 from 1pm to 3pm. Phone Graham Douglas for an audition time 021-665-559. Season runs April 6-16. Badminton Club, season starts February 2 at Lynndale mid-week badminton club, Western Hall, Portage Rd, New Lynn. Mondays and Wednesdays, 9am to 1pm. New players, experienced players, men and women all welcome. Phone Brian 627-1452. Employment workshop, for refugees, February 5. Hosted by Auckland Regional Migrant Services. No charge. To register phone 625-2440 or email email@example.com Meditation classes, starting February 7 at Amitabha Hospice. From 7pm to 8pm. 44 Powell St, Avondale. $10. Classes run every Monday. All welcome. Speaker, Trish Webb at West Auckland Aglow, February 8. Her message is entitled Change of year -- Year of change. At Henderson Baptist Church, 319 Great North Rd. Morning tea at 9.15am, meeting from 9.45am to noon. Creche available. Come to experience and receive God's healing love. Phone Ethel 838-9236. Training, eight weeks personal development training starting February 8 in Henderson. The first step towards becoming a volunteer counsellor on the Youthline helpline or you may choose to attend as a stand- alone course for your own personal growth, improve self awareness and communication skills. Phone 361-4170. Music appreciation series, the 50th series at The Studio, 36 St Leonards Rd, Kelston. Held Wednesdays at 1pm. February 9: Mozart's IL Seraglio. February 16: Mary O'Brien, NZ soprano. February 23: Waitakere City Ladies Choir. March 16: Cavalleria Rusticana. March 23: Opera Through the Years. March 30: I Pagliacci. $6 per session or series of six sessions $30. Bring a friend, $4 each. Phone Cyril 818-7645. Training, for anyone wanting to volunteer for Amitabha Hospice, which provides free care to elderly and people with life limiting illnesses all over Auckland. Training starts February 9 and runs for eight consecutive Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 9pm in Avondale. Phone 828-3321 for information. English conversation classes, for newcomers to New Zealand. Thursdays at Blockhouse Bay Baptist Church, 504 Blockhouse Bay Road, 1pm-2.45pm. Next course begins February 10. Phone Ann 626-5504 to enrol or for further information. Birthday bash, to celebrate Allergy New Zealand's 30th birthday, February 13, Rocket Park, Mt Albert, from 10.30am. There will be an allergy-friendly barbecue and food from The Library Cafe ´, games for the kids, face painting, stalls, live music from singer-songwriter Phil Madsen and our host Robert Scott from The Breeze. Meet other families from around Auckland. The first 200 people will receive a free goodie bag. For more information, go to www.allergy.org.nz or call 0800-34-0800. Orchestra, Mozart string orchestra starts February 14. Rehearses every Monday evening and gives concerts in resthomes and retirement villages. New players welcome. Phone Joanna 814-9971. Money management course, a simple course to help you get control of your finances. Held over three Monday evenings, February 14, 21 and 28 at the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, 6 Moire Rd, Massey, 7pm-9pm. Register with the church office on 832-5998. Fertility contact group, run by Fertility NZ. February 15, 22 and March 1. 7.30pm-9.30pm in Remuera. One payment of $10 per person or $20 per couple to cover all three sessions. Numbers limited. For information phone 835-9812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Spanish dance, free concert. March 6, 2pm. Titirangi War Memorial Hall. A display by Jane Luscombe's Spanish Dance School. Refreshments provided afterwards. Phone 620-6942 for information. Weekend music workshop, Music through the ages, March 19 and 20. Registration now open. Covering from medieval times, classical era through to this century. At The Studio, 20 Normandy Place, Henderson. Phone Bob 838-7361. Widows meeting, West Auckland Widowed Persons Association, first Saturday of each month, 2pm, Kelston Community Centre. Phone Alison 818-8707. Move4Health, have fun while exercising and meet new people. Aimed at those who need to get active to improve their health, or anyone wanting a great reason to get moving again. Ranui Community Centre, Fridays 1pm-2pm. First session is free, gold coin donation thereafter. For more information contact Emma Haigh at Sport Waitakere 966-3120. Sports equipment, available for the community to hire at Kelston Equipment Hire Pool. For more information or to volunteer contact Rhonda at Sport Waitakere 838-4711 or email@example.com. Care centre, Te Atatu Peninsula, held Tuesdays, 9.30am to 1pm. Provides lunch, entertainment and outings. Phone Joyce 837-8900 or Joan 833-5727. Tap dance for adults,atTe Atatu Intermediate, Harbourview Rd. Wednesdays at 7.30pm and Saturdays at 11am. Phone Kim 021-022-77025. Come along and learn some fun routines. Yoga, at Sturges West Community House. Tuesdays at 10.30am. Free mats. Contact Fay to join for term one. Phone 837-7794. Girlguiding, Pippins, Brownies, Guides and Rangers in Glen Eden, New Lynn, Laingholm, Oratia and Titirangi units are looking for girls aged five to 16 to join. Girls get together each week to learn, develop self- confidence, make new friends and have lots of fun outside of school. For more information visit www.girlguidingnz.org.nz or phone 638-9076. Mah-Jong, meets at St Johns rooms, Edmonton Rd, Te Atatu South, Monday nights, 7.30pm. Phone Rita 838-4472. Women on the move, group exercise classes for women of all ages. Every Wednesday morning in New Lynn. Free trial for first session. Contact Shirley 817-7228. Tennis for adults, beginners and experienced players, Thursday evenings 7pm to 9pm Glen Eden Tennis Club, 42 Glendale Rd, Glen Eden. $5 per session per person. One hour coached fitness and tennis skills and one hour fun non-competitive tennis games. Tennis rackets provided. Bring sports shoes. Phone Colin 836-5345. Home business presentation, a free meeting, held Satudays 1pm-2.30pm. An opportunity to hear from successful people who are working part or full-time from home and having a great lifestyle. Phone 828-2127 to reserve your seat. Bowls, Portage Indoor Bowling Club, Portage Rd, New Lynn, are playing indoor bowls every Tuesday in January, starting 11am. Bring your lunch, and enjoy. For more information contact Norma on 828-4858. Exercise, for patients recovering from breast cancer. Free gentle exercise programme starts February 1 at West Wave Aquatic Centre, Henderson, from 11.30am to 1.30pm for eight weeks. Call Lizzie 845-4704. Support group, for anxiety disorders. The Phobic Trust of New Zealand offers a free fortnight support group in St Lukes on Thursdays. Visit www.phobic.org.nz or phone 846-9776 for more details.
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