Eastern Courier : November 19th 2010
7 EASTERN COURIER, NOVEMBER 19, 2010 NEWS The Big Red Building 262 Ti Rakau Drive, East Tamaki. Tel 273 8877 OPEN 7 DAYS Late NIGHTS till 9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat OPEN 7 DAYS Late NIGHTS till 9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat Ti Rakau Drive Torrens Road Bu rswood D rive H ar risRoad True goodD rive China Town NOW OPEN Auckland's Newest 7 Day Market China Town is authentic Asian food China Town is interesting shopping China Town is a cultural experience China Town is the heart of Asia in Auckland Over 150 Shops! Great Value! Great Fun! China Town is authentic Asian food China Town is interesting shopping China Town is a cultural experience China Town is the heart of Asia in Auckland Over 150 Shops! Great Value! Great Fun! TM Kitchen Tel: 272 8252 Fax: 272 8661 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org 9 Barmac Place, East Tamaki www.tangming.co.nz Showroom Open Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm, Sat 10.30am-3.30pm WHERE GREAT KITCHENS ALWAYS COST LESS! KITCHEN VANITY LAUNDRY WARDROBES 2882064AC Supply & installation of quality timber flooring. Solid timber, prefinished & laminates - new floors or restorations. Full Guarantees. Visit our showroom 9 Allens Road, East Tamaki (rear unit) Mon - Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10-1pm email email@example.com WINNER Timber Floor of the Year www.jhf.co.nz 0800 999 543 The simple joys of Christmas Festive fun: Howick Historical villagers get into the Christmas spirit. From left: Jacob Warner, 12, Curtis Cannons, 2, and Melissa O'Callaghan. Photo: FIONA GOODALL By KRISTINA RAPLEY Take a step back in history and experience all a Victorian Christmas has to offer. Plum pudding, homemade gifts and plenty of traditional family fun will be on display at this Sunday's Howick Historical Village live day. Preparing for Christmas is the theme for the final live day of the year. Live day co-ordinator Janet Lewis says a Victorian Christ- mas was a far cry from the traditions we have today. Back then Christmas wasn't as commercial or stressful as it is now,'' she says. It was an era of simplicity and joy, a time to relax with the family.'' Presents were simple and homemade and the Christmas meal was the biggest of the year and generally eaten in the middle of the day. Bell House will be decorated in grand style on Sunday and visitors can dress up in costume and have their photo taken. Villagers will be preparing Christmas dinner for their fam- ily and there will be a release of white doves as a sign of peace. A mini market will sell home- made jams, marmalade and floral arrangements and the Victorian sweet shop will be open for business. Two marionette puppet shows will entertain as well as the usual school lessons and church services. The Howick Historical Vil- lage live day is this Sunday, from 10am to 4pm on Bells Rd, Lloyd Elsmore Park, Paku- ranga. Normal admission fees apply. Call 576-9506 or visit www.fencible.org.nz for details. On drug charges Drugs and firearms charges were laid after a police search warrant on Maraetai Rd last Friday. Four men aged 18, 23, 38and44aredueto appear in court after equipment used to manufacture metham- phetamine was located along with other drug paraphernalia and can- nabis. Three rifles, a pump-action shotgun and a pistol were also found by police.
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