Western Leader : February 18th 2011
10 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 18, 2011 NEWS www.westaucklandnissan.co.nz RECREATIONAL AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL SPECIALISTS SUMMER SAVERS Finance available to approved purchasers, normal lending criteria applies 2005 FORD FALCON BA XR6 NZ NEW 110,000km dual front & side airbags 4l, Excellent condition This vehicle is priced to go 2005 NISSAN MAXIMA ST NZ NEW 3.5l auto sedan Excellent condition, gold metallic, alloy wheels, cd player 2002 HONDA CR-V RVI NZ NEW Met. blue, auto, 4WD, 2350cc, 94,267km Excellent Condition 2006 HONDA JAZZ NZ NEW 5 speed, dual front & side airbags, Great looking vehicle with excellent kilometres 2002 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA NZ NEW Auto, V6, gold metallic, 2500cc, 90,000km Excellent Condition 2010 NISSAN QASHQAI ST Demonstrator, balance of new vehicle warranty, ABS, EBD & BA braking systems Loaded with features $13,795 $13,995 $12,995 $32,995 $21,995 $14,995 $9,995 2006 MITSUBISHI COLT Auto, 5 door, silver popular hatch, 1330cc Excellent condition with 90,461 on the clock 2005 HOLDEN RODEO LT CREW NZ NEW 3l Diesel twin cab ute 56,428km, alloy wheels, stereo, superb condition $14,995 ARRIVING SOON 2006 Nissan Murano TI NZnew $25995 1998 Mitsubishi L200 D/Cab $10995 3454030AB Advertising Feature Drive Weekend Vehicle finance approved today John Davidson 021 720 785 Cars, motorbikes, caravans and company vehicles. When you are buying from a dealer, privately, online or want cash to negotiate - we provide an immediate answer. www.mtf.co.nz MTF-W-G001 28 Delta Avenue, New Lynn 09 526 6384 Dane Matich 027 508 9925 IN BRIEF On road charges Dave Moore is investi- gating new car on-road charges and has found that such add-ons can be from $300 to more than $2000 on top if the price of the car. Have you felt hard done-by by having to payanarmandaleg more than you thought after a hard time negotiating the car's price? Tell Dave your on- road cost stories by emailing email@example.com. Bond back in a Bentley In the cinema, James Bond has dabbled with BMWs and Toyotas and, of course, Aston Martin over the years, but as any fan will know, in the books, he always drove a Bentley. In the pages of 'Carte Blanche', the new James Bond book by author Jeffery Deaver, Bond goes the Bentley way again with his new Bentley Continental GT. GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to What's On Guide, PO Box 21167, Henderson. This section is for community groups, charities and non- profit organisations providing free or low- cost events. NOTICES Volunteers wanted, for Motu Manawa/Pollen Island clean- up, February 19, 9am-noon. Join Waitemata Clean-Up Trust and Waitakere Forest and Bird for a rubbish clean-up around the island. Meet at the wharf at Te Atatu Boating Club, Bridge Ave. Must be comfortable using a kayak. Bring gloves and strong lace- up shoes. Suggested donation $10 to the trust. Book sale, everything $1. February 19, 8am to 4pm. At The Over-50s Hall, 3063 Great North Rd, New Lynn, run by New Lynn Lions. Thousands of quality new and used books, CDs, games, puzzles and magazines. Drop off your old books and stock up again. Proceeds to charity. English, for absolute beginners, starts February 21 for six weeks, 9.30am to noon. Focuses on practical aspects of New Zealand life. At Glen Eden Community House, phone 818-2194 for details. Retired persons association, next meeting February 21, meets 12.30pm at the RSA, Veronica St, New Lynn. Speaker, entertainers. New members welcome. Cost $2. Phone David 845-5004. Toastmasters, learn public speaking, Northwest group, next meeting February 22, 7am at Lincoln Green Motor Hotel. Contact Ernst 021-140-5415. New Lynn group meets every fortnight at the New Lynn Community centre, Totara Ave. Next meeting March 8, 7.30pm. Contact Bruce 832-1399. Free career workshop, February 22, 10am to 1pm at Whau ACE Community Centre, 3072 Great North Rd, New Lynn. Run by the government agency Career Services. Phone Andrew 262-4357. Free seminar, February 23, 7pm on speaking with confidence and performing professional presentations. Bookings required. Contact Glen Eden Community House on 818-2194 for further details. Family forum, for whanau to give confidential feedback on local mental health services, February 23 at Massey Community House, 4pm to 7pm. Contact Noelene for information, 486-1491 ext 7548. Working from home, Connecting0604 is a networking group for business professionals who work from home. Next meeting February 25. Contact Liz 817-5189 or visit www.connecting0604. co.nz. Probus, Ladies Probus Club of Avondale, next meeting February 25, 10am. At Avondale Baptist Church, corner New North and Blockhouse Bay roads. Speaker John Eadie on the history of St John Ambulance organisation. Visitors welcome. Phone 626-5675. Seminar, on fibromyalgia, February 26, 9.30am- 12.30pm at Kelston Community Centre, free to Arthritis NZ members, $10 for non-members. Phone Sue 835-9653. Speedway, at Rosebank Park, February 27, 1pm. Qualifying starts noon. NZ solo championships, support motorcycles, sidecars and midget cars. Support group, for bereaved people, beginning mid-March. The Grief Centre will be running a group at Morrison's Funeral Home, 220 Universal Drive, Henderson, for eight weeks. Cost will be $5 per session. Phone 418-1457 or email email@example.com for more information. Expressions of interest, invited for Glen Eden Community House Info Fest 2011, March 19, 11am to 2pm, 13 Pisces Rd Glen Eden. Residents can find out what is happening or available in their community. A chance for clubs and groups to promote their services at no cost. Have a stall, demonstrate your activities, or encourage people to have a go at a sport. There will be a free bouncy castle for children and a free sausage sizzle, activities for preschool children and t'ai chi demonstrations. Contact Leanne or Carole on 818- 2194 or glehouse @ihug.co.nz by March 11 if your group would like to take part. Probus, Ladies Probus Club of Te Atatu meets second Friday of each month, 10am, St Johns Hall, Edmonton Rd. Friendship, speakers, entertainment and a monthly trip. New members welcome phone Audrey 834-5115. Free counselling on Fridays, other days are fee-paying days. If you can get to Margan Ave, New Lynn, call Bruce on 027-448-0148. Girl Guiding, Pippins, Brownies, Guides and Rangers. Glen Eden, New Lynn, Laingholm, Oratia and Titirangi units are looking for girls aged five to 16. 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. Grandparents raising grandchildren, group meets third Wednesday of the month at Oratia Playgroup Hall, 12.30pm. Phone Debbie 818-7828. Jubilee, Ex-pupils of Rosebank School in Avondale are invited to attend the school's 50th jubilee celebrations. You must register to receive all the information about the celebrations, scheduled for November 11 and 12. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the school office for an infor- mation pack, www.rose bank.school.nz. Bollyworx, community aerobic class based on Bollywood music. Fitness for all ages. Every Saturday 11.15am to 12.15pm at New Lynn Community Centre, 45 Totara Ave. Gold coin donation. Email email@example.com for more information. Entertainers wanted, retired men and women. Can you sing, dance or do anything to entertain elderly folk? We hope to form a group to go around resthomes and perform music hall and war- time songs. Phone Chris 817-6523. Over 65s group, meets Mondays and Tuesdays 10am- 12.30pm, St Michael's Church, 425 Great North Rd, Henderson. Contact Audrey 416-4474. Bring $2 to contribute to morning tea. Exercise, at Hobsonville Hall. Mondays at 7.15pm and Wednesdays at 9.30am. Rhythmic exercise and movement to music. Strengthening, stretching and mobility in a social atmosphere. Trial class free. Phone 489-7159. Stamp collecting, join the Auckland Philatelic Society or if you want advice on stamps, phone Victor 817-9772. Widows meeting, West Auckland Widowed Persons Association, first Saturday of each month, 2pm, Kelston Community Centre. Phone Alison 818-8707.
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