Western Leader : March 10th 2011
12 WESTERN LEADER, MARCH 10, 2011 NEWS LW_28.2.11 CHANGES IN SCHEDULED RAIL SERVICES FOR SATURDAY 12 MARCH Normal train services between Morningside Station and Britomart will be suspended between approximately 4:30pm and 11pm on the Western Line due to a major event at Eden Park. (The last scheduled service departing from Waitakere is 4:26pm and from Britomart 4:50pm). TRAVELLING WEST? If you are travelling between Britomart and Morningside (and beyond) during this time, please use the rail replacement bus service. Bus services will travel from Britomart to Waitakere, stopping at all stations in between. TRAVELLING EAST/SOUTH/CITY? Your regular train service will terminate at Morningside Station. If travelling beyond this point, you will be directed to the rail replacement bus service (which will travel via all rail stations to Britomart). All other rail lines are fully operational. Details of rail replacement services can be found at www.maxx.co.nz. Exotic company Hi my name is China and I m the sweetest little female oriental cross cat that you will ever meet. I m about two years of age, very friendly and get along well with other cats. I only cost $95 to adopt which includes my desexing, micro- chipping, my first vac- cination, worming, flea treatment and a Royal Canin food pack. I also have lots of other furry four-legged friends looking for homes so if you are interested in adopting meoroneofmy friends then please come along and meet us at Animal Manage- ment West, 48 The Concourse, Hender- son. We are open 10.30am to 4.15pm Monday to Friday and 11am to 2pm on week- ends. Women's Day event Join the Blockhouse Bay Community Centre tomorrow in celebrating International Women s Day. The event titled Celebrating the Wonder- ful Women in Our Com- munity will be held from 7.30pm at 524 Block- house Bay Rd. Women aged 30 and over are encouraged to attend for a gold coin donation. All profits will be donated to the Starship Foundation. The show includes belly dancing, line danc- ing, bollywood dancing and sing-alongs.Call Gail Fotheringham on 354-2047 for tickets or visit the centre. Language course Kiwis with Pacific Island heritage who want to learn their native language can do so for free as courses start this week. Pasifika Education Centre has Niuean, Cook Island Maori and Samoan classes available in west Auckland. Programme manager Selwyn Tupou says the courses are great way for anyone interested in Pacific languages to improve their fluency. There are lots of Pacific Island people who can t speak their own language and it can make it difficult for them to talk to friends and family back in the islands. We offer a friendly learning environment, and people are welcome to drop in and visit the centre anytime, he says. Places are still avail- able. Call 260-4042.
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