Western Leader : March 3rd 2011
14 WESTERN LEADER, MARCH 3, 2011 NEWS HELP CHRISTCHURCH IN THEIR HOUR OF NEED For more information on how you can help, please visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz. "Christchurch needs us in their hour of need. Please help now." Mayor Len Brown We have sent money, resources and people to help on the ground, with over 100 staff already there including engineers, Civil Defence and response teams. Along with this we have set up a welfare centre for evacuees arriving in Auckland to provide food, accommodation and support services. You can make a donation to the Red Cross, Salvation Army and any branch of the ANZ, National, Westpac, ASB, Kiwibank and BNZ. Safety, independence, companionship and freedom...it's all here with inspiring, elevated views. You'll feel right at home! UNIT 4: SENSATIONAL BREATH TAKING VIEWS from this sunny, spacious 2 double bed roomed unit. Will be fully refurbished to a high standard when you move in. ONLY $425,000 INCLUDING GARAGE. 0800 88 NZCC (6922) email@example.com www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply If you're 16 or 17, you could be eligible for our FREE one-year Youth Guarantee programme. Call us today to find out! 0800 88 NZCC Waitakere Campus 3047 Great North Road, New Lynn 826 4296 FREE NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED for 16 & 17 year olds! TRAVEL ALLOWANCE* Morrison Funeral Directors Generations of Serving the Community 220 Universal Drive, Henderson Ph: 836 0029 East: 79 Line Road, Glen Innes E: firstname.lastname@example.org 3537683AA Beginners Guide To Property Investing FREE 4-hour training workshops We do NOT have any property to sell you! We are NZ Property Investors who are passionate about teaching people just like you, how to secure your financial future through investing in NZ Real Estate. Let us show you: • How you can retire early and retire wealthy, even if you are starting with nothing • Why you can't rely on the Government to look after you in retirement • How to build a solid portfolio to create wealth, without risking everything • Strategies you can use if you can't get finance • Ways to buy property with no money down • How to leverage your time and money For FREE tickets to one of our upcoming Auckland training workshops, Register online at www.propertyapprentice.com/events.htm or call us on 09 5757736. GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event. Email email@example.com 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 Party, March 4, Hip Hop Intentions is a monthly dance party for teenagers aged 13-18, presented by Raise up N Represent and the YMCA. At the Massey Leisure Centre, 8pm to 11pm, $5 entry. Phone 833-8100. Seminar, for members of the Pacific community with health training. Please attend if you are an overseas-trained Pacific doctor or nurse not registered or practicing in New Zealand or if you are a New Zealand trained Pacific doctor or nurse not employed in the health sector or you are a Pacific health graduate who does not have clinical experience and you are a New Zealand citizen or resident. Come along to a free seminar by the Ministry of Health at Unitec on March 5 at 10am. Contact Linda on 849-4180 ext 8341. Classic car and motorbike family fun day, March 5, 11am. At 39 Township Rd, Waitakere. Gold coin entry. Car and bike rides, sausage sizzle, cake stall, bouncy castle. Hosted by Waitakere RSA. Garage sale, fundraising for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren in west Auckland, March 5, at the Oratia Playgroup Hall from 8am to noon. Garage sale, March 5, raising funds for NZ Bird Rescue to help save birds with botulism, 74 Avonleigh Rd, Green Bay, 8am. Soccer tournament, The Ghanaian Association invites all members and friends to a celebration of Ghana's 54th anniversary with a soccer tournament at Riversdale park, Avondale, on March 5 at 1pm. Phone Charles 021- 036-8276. Car boot sale, March 6, 8am, Swanson Railway Station, $5 per space. Fees go to maintenance of station building. Produce trading table, bring something to swap. Phone 832-0344. Scruffs Dog Show, March 6, Hobsonville Point. Annual fun day for family dogs, this year supporting The Mobility Assistance Dog Trust. Entry is $3 for dogs, $2 for humans. Spanish dance, free concert, March 6, 2pm-3pm. Titirangi War Memorial Hall. A display by a local spanish dance school. Refreshments provided afterwards. Phone 620-6942 for information. Musical Notes, March 6, featuring The Opera Gala, 20 Normandy Place, Henderson. Phone Bob on 838-7361. EcoDay, a sustainable living festival, March 6, in Olympic Park, New Lynn, from 10am to 4pm. No charge. Gala day, March 6, 10am to 3pm, Harold Moody Park, 50 Glendale Rd, Glen Eden. Food stalls, rides, music, entertainment, displays, raffles, arts and crafts. Phone Aroha 021-027-57508 for more information. Issues with anger, find out why it happens and how to manage it. A six-week course. Two groups starting March 7 and March 10. Some gaps available Mondays 5.30pm- 7.30pm or Thursdays 10am- noon. Further information 838-6381 or info@womens centre.org.nz. IRD assistance, a free service, March 7 and first Monday of every month. Te Atatu Peninsula Community House, 580 Te Atatu Rd. Help with family assistance, general tax and child support. Phone 834-5827. Toastmasters, learn public speaking, New Lynn group meets every fortnight at the New Lynn Community centre, Totara Ave. Next meeting March 8, 7.30pm. Contact Bruce on 832-1399. Speaker, Mel Maloney on Pulling down false images of the father, at West Auckland Aglow. March 8, 9.30am. Henderson Baptist Chruch, 319 Great North Rd. Phone Ethel on 838-9236. Women's Day, March 8, 3.30pm to 6pm. Film Girls Rock and presentation by Shakti Youth with afternoon tea. Gold coin donation. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 636-8514 by noon Monday.
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