Western Leader : February 16th 2012
www.westernleader.co.nz 16 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 16, 2012 NEWS 4378010AA Domino's Pizza Glen Eden Phone: (09) 818 7143 Address: 83 West Coast Road, Glen Eden ONE LARGE PIZZA Valid until 28/02/2012 Traditional Range Only Pick Up from $7.90 ONE LARGE PIZZA Valid until 28/02/2012 Value Range Only Pick Up from $5.90 Offer valid only in Domino's Pizza Glen Eden store AVONDALE RSA THE CLUB LEADING THE WAY DINE & DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY! 7 Layard St, Avondale Ph: 828 5000 Housie every Monday night Texas Holdem Poker every Wednesday, Saturday nights & Sunday afternoons. Karaoke every Thursday with Karl Friday 17..............Brett Wallace Saturday 18 .........Karaoke Sunday 19 ...........After Midnight Friday 24.............NR Connection Saturday 25 .........Kavalliers Sunday 26 ...........Rangi & Judy Members, guests, members of other Clubs with reciprocal visiting rights most welcome. Our Website: avondalersa.org.nz Monday - Friday 9am-6pm • Sat & Sun 10am-5.30pm WE'VE TURNED PRICES 0N THEIR HEADS MORE SPECIALS IN STORE Griffins Biscuits 200gms 3 For $499 Cadbury 220gms Bar $259 ea crocodile Creek Stainless Steel Bottle $199ea Tic Tac (12 pack) $499 per pack Unit 1, 31 A Veronica St New Lynn, Auckland • Ph: 8271111 Behind Greenstone factory 7/400 Great South Rd Otahuhu, Auckland Behind KFC Ph:270 3090 4359523AB & Advertising F Dining entertainment View our latest edition online at www.westernleader.co.nz and connect to websites, emails and editorial profiles Lounge mechanics wanted for photos Photo biker: Photographer Francis O'Hara is looking for motorcycle fans to photograph. Bike picture: One of Francis O'Hara's ''bikes in the lounge''. Calling all motorcycle fanatics who don't see work- ing on the motorbike in the lounge as an obstacle. Irish-born motorcycle rac- ing enthusiast and photogra- pher Francis O'Hara is com- piling a collection of photos documenting Kiwis crazy enough about their motorcycles to work on them inside their own homes. He was inspired to start the collection while studying photography at Manukau Institute of Technology. It combines my two passions motorcycles and photography,'' he says. His career in photography really began in Ireland when he was 12 and his father would take him to Formula One races and rallies. Dad had a 35mm film canon SLR and he'd let me take shots at the races,'' he says. And as an adult I recently bought a good digital SLR and wanted to take my photography to another level in terms of technical and cre- ative ability.'' Francis studied for the part-time course certificate in photography at MIT among a cohort of students ranging from people with a mere curi- osity for photography to those training for a commercial career. He has already begun collecting the motorbike photos by setting up his cam- era in lounges around Auck- land and is now extending the call to all of the North Island. I'd like to have the collec- tion published in an Irish cyc- ling magazine so we can show Ireland what a great place New Zealand is for providing lots of opportunities for great riding.'' Contact Francis via email at email@example.com. MIT's certificate in pho- tography course (level 4) starts on February 20. Con- tact Julie Wright at the Fac- ulty of Creative Arts on 968-8780 or email creative firstname.lastname@example.org for information and to enrol. If it's your money you have a right to judge Your hard earned money should put you in better bargaining position. That's why when it comes to spending your money you want to be sure that you are getting the best value possible. This can seem almost imposs- ible when you consider that many retail stores put a sub- stantial mark-up on their goods to cover high shop outfitting fees, paying staff and various overhead costs. As a result you will end up getting less for your money. Unless you shop at Crazy Clear- ance that is. Since opening in June 2010 Crazy Clearance in New Lynn has been leading the way in affordable food and household goods, and thanks to their ever growing customer base and local support they can now offer more products than ever before. This store has grown largely through word of mouth and earlier this year a second Crazy Clearance store opened in Otahuhu -- so now more Auck- landers can enjoy quality goods at bargain prices. But how does Crazy Clear- ance manage to offer such con- sistently low prices? The answer is simple, this family owned and operated business keeps their overhead costs down by operating from a no-frills warehouse shop with basic fitouts. By selling directly to the pub- lic Crazy Clearance cuts out the middle man, allowing them to pass savings directly onto their customers. Both stores feature a great selection of groceries, choco- lates, cosmetics, household items and toys -- including some of New Zealand's leading brands. Some items are end of line or overruns, possibly as a result of large retailers overstocking or cancelled export orders. Other products may be close to or past their best before dates. Many shoppers visit Crazy Clearance on a weekly basis, so they never miss out on the new stock which arrives almost daily. The team at Crazy Clearance are committed to drama free shopping, and never use any gimmicks or sales comparing items to usual retail prices'. Crazy Clearance is happy to cater for bulk orders and is a popular choice with sports clubs, churches, organisations and schools who are looking for maximum value. Open Monday to Friday 9am- 6pm and weekends 10am- 5.30pm with free parking right outside. Crazy Clearance is at 31a Veronica Street in New Lynn, behind Greenstones and opposite Lynmall carpark. Now also at 7/400 Great South Road, Otahuhu behind the KFC. Phone 270-3090. For enquiries email crazy email@example.com.
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