Western Leader : February 18th 2011
4 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 18, 2011 NEWS All courses are subject to student numbers and confirmation. Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. M M S 1 G ES E , M GE E. h (09) 2 6 902 FOR 2011! CERT F CATE N BUS NESS ADM N STRAT ON AND COMPUT NG // LEVEL 2 CERT F CATE N COMPUT NG // LEVEL 2 CERT F CATE N COMPUT NG // LEVEL CERT F CATE N COMPUT NG // LEVEL 2, CERT F CATE N COMPUT NG // LEVEL 4 CERT F CATE N F RST STEPS TO BUS NESS // LEVEL 2 CERT F CATE N MONEY MANAGEMENT // LEVEL CERT F CATE N SMALL BUS NESS MANAGEMENT // LEVEL 4 CERT F CATE N APPL ED SMALL BUS NESS GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT // LEVEL CERT F CATE N T KANGA MĀOR // LEVEL CERT F CATE N T KANGA MARAE // LEVEL 4 CERT F CATE N SPORTS, F TNESS AND HEALTH // LEVEL 2 CERT F CATE N APPL ED SPORTS LEADERSH P // LEVEL 4 CERT F CATE N HEALTH AND F TNESS LEADERSH P // LEVEL 4 TO PAEMATUA RARANGA LEVEL 4, , 6 TO PAEMATUA WHAKA RO LEVEL 4, 0 00 n L.TAM008 The rail corridor is starting to look very di erent in some places as KiwiRail upgrades the network and prepares it for electrification. To find out more about the future electrification of Auckland's rail network, please drop by our information open day: HENDERSON STATION Saturday 26 February, 10am - 3pm www.kiwirail.co.nz ARTIST'S IMPRESSION Changes are coming to Auckland rail -- what's happening and how will it a ect you? Thanks a Bunch Congratulations! Does someone you know deserve a bouquet of flowers? If so we want to hear from you! Write a short note (no more than 100 words) telling us why you think they should receive a bouquet of flowers. Send to: "Thanks a Bunch," Western Leader, PO Box 21 167, Henderson Alternatively you can email nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to include your name and phone number and the address and phone number of the person you are nominating. flowers from Right outside Burger King, West City, Henderson ph 838 9058 www.bestblooms.co.nz Helpful: Morton and Anne Downie. Always there Morton and Anne Downie deserve our thanks for the great neighbours they have been for 35 years. They are the guardians of our little street -- always there to help. Morton will turn up with his chainsaw to help with tree surgery, or other specialised equipment for home crises, and generally keeps an eye on the comings and goings, day and night. He's always ready to lendahandorawordof advice. Anne is warm and caring and thoughtful, welcoming a new arrival with a lovely smile and practical input including helpful gifts. We love and appreciate them. They do so much and ask for nothing in return. -- Janet Blackman Douglas IN BRIEF Car flips A vehicle crashed and ended up on its roof in Glen Eden this week. The Audi A4 was stopped by police at around noon on Tuesday but then left the scene. Officers followed and the car lost control on Henderson Valley Rd, flipping upside down. No one was injured. Palm protester A Kelston father-of-two was arrested this month after spending five hours dangling off a ship's anchor docked outside Port Taranaki. Greenpeace protester Andrew Hahn scaled the anchor of the MV Great Motion which was carrying 10,000 tonnes of palm kernel. He says importing palm kernels is adding to global deforestation. He faces a charge of dangerous activity involving a ship and unlawfully getting on to a vessel. He is due to appear in court in New Plymouth on March 3. Ask Len Brown Do you have a question for Len Brown? Write to the editor about issues affecting you and a selection of the best questions will be put to the mayor to answer. Email edwl@snl. co.nz or write to PO Box 21-167, Henderson. Questions must be received by February 22.
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