Western Leader : February 24th 2011
8 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 24, 2011 www www.ki .kin nggs sc co olllle egge e. .s sc ch ho oo ol. l. nz nz Boarding at King's College A UNIQUE EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE Boarding at King's College is the opportunity of a lifetime for your son or daughter. Boys: Years 9 to 13 & Girls: Years 12 & 13 Founded in 1896, King's is a world-class, independent secondary school in Auckland renowned for academic excellence and all-round achievement. We offer first-class facilities, a highly qualified teaching staff, and a broad-ranging, modern curriculum to help develop your child into a balanced, mature young adult on every level. E EN NR RO O LME LMENT NTS FO S FOR R 2012 2012 CL CLOS OSE SO E SOO ON N We invite you to join us for a Campus Tour at King's College on Wednesday 2 March, at 9.30am or Wednesday 23 March, at 4.00pm For more information contact Admissions Director, Mr Mark Kennelly Tel: 09 276 0677 Email: email@example.com TAI PING ASIAN SUPERMARKET 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 Feb 25-27/02 (Friday to Sunday) while stocks last Seedless Watermelon $2.99 ea USA Orange $1.99 kg Royal Gala Apple 79c kg Guangdong Bok Choy 59¢ bag Taiwan Bok Choy 59¢ bag Shanghai Bok Choy 59¢ bag All Flavor Of Kingcook Noodles 65g 39c Bag Greatwall Brand Chopped Pork & Ham 198g $1.49 Each Taiwan Assam Red Tea 500ml 79c Each Madam Chef Peanut Cookies 700g $5.90 Each Whole Snapper $8.49kg Scampi $24.99kg BBQ: BBQ Pork $13.99kg Lamb Slice $7.99kg Beef Slice $7.99kgg Fresh Chicken Leg $5.99kg Nishi Crab Salad Mix 500g $2.99 Bag YY Crab Stick 454g $2.99 Bag YY Chao Zhou Fish Ball 250g $2.99 Bag YY Chao Zhou Cuttlefish Ball 250g $2.99 Bag Frozen Mornthong Durian $4.39 Kg Frozen Duck $11.99 Each GROCERY: FISH: FROZEN: BUTCHERY: Grow your career in Horticulture and Landscaping 7744 00158 Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) and Certificate in Landscaping (Level 4) • One-year (three days a week) • Practical learning • Opportunities for part-time work • The Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) is available at Unitec's Mt Albert Campus For a complete list of programmes, or for more information contact: 0800 62 62 52 • www.manukau.ac.nz • firstname.lastname@example.org ENROL NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 Programmes located at MIT's Otara Campus and several locations throughout Auckland National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 2) • 18-weeks (four days a week) • Introduction to horticulture and gardening • Unitec, Manurewa, MIT Manukau or Papakura Friends in diabetes By CATHERINE HEALY Fresh start: Tania Armstrong and Gwen Kay are launching a support group for Maori with diabetes after learning about the condition through a course at HealthWest. Photo: CATHERINE HEALY Tania Armstrong is glad to be full of energy after battling with her health for years. I feel alive now,'' the Ranui resident says. Last year she com- pleted a diabetes course for Maori at HealthWest and says it has opened many doors in her life. When my doctor told me I was pre-diabetic seven years ago, I didn't really get it. It wasn't until I did this course that I really understood how serious it is. Lots of people think it's just the kai, but it's so much more than that. It's about what's in the food, the portion sizes and exercise. You have to understand those things or your sugar levels are all over the place.'' At the diabetes course Mrs Armstrong was bud- died up with fellow par- ticipant Gwen Kay. The two have become firm friends and are now launching a support group, Manaaki Whanau Oranga, so that course participants can stay in touch and continue to learn about diabetes. We will have guest speakers and specialists coming along to talk to us,'' Mrs Kay says. The guest speaker for our launch is MP Tau Henare. He will share his story -- he is diabetic and had a heart attack not long ago.'' Mrs Armstrong says: There's no expectations, no pressure. If you can't come one week, come the next time. There's something special about that course -- it's the whanau, the sharing. You hear other people's stories and you realise you're not alone,'' HealthWest diabetes co-ordinator Eliza Snel- gar says anyone is wel- come to the next course starting on March 9. The six-week course is free. It's not just for people with diabetes but their whanau too.'' Mrs Armstrong says having her husband come to the meetings with her made all the dif- ference. It was a big thing for me. I needed him to understand too because it's me that has diabetes but he lives with it every day too.'' Contact HealthWest on 839-7493 if you would like to attend the next diabetes course. Mr Henare will speak at the launch of the support group at Te Wai Takere Marae, March 26, from 9.30am.
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