Eastern Courier : December 1st 2010
14 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 1, 2010 NEWS MT WELLINGTON WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK Mt Wellington Highway - Entrance, Aranui Rd, Opposite Sylvia Park 6am-TUESDAY&FRIDAY 9am-SUNDAY TV3 PRIME .com 2580070AQ Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days No MSG Added All Takeaways 10% Discount AUTHENTIC FINE THAI CUISINE Fully Licensed & BYO Wine Botany Junction Unit 17-19 123 Ormiston Rd Botany South Ph 271 6474 L.A. Central 71 Lunn Ave Mt Wellington Ph 570 7009 371 Ti Rakau Drive East Tamaki AUCKLAND ( cnr Huntington Drive & Ti Rakau opposite Gull) Eco Store 220ml Shampoo & Conditioners $9.90ea Raw Mixed Nuts $1.99 per 100g Brazil Nuts $1.99per 100g Walnuts U.S.A $2.99 per 100g Turkish Fig Tubs 250g $2.99ea Piako Gourmet Yoghurt 300g range $3.99ea Kialla Organic Multi grain Bread Mix 1 kg $12.99ea My Organics Deluxe Nibble Mix 200g $4.99ea Ginellis Sorbet & Gelato range 760ml $11.99ea (Tropical Mango, Watermelon, Pistachio, Feijoa are just a few of the flavours available) Your Natural Food Outlet Store bringing you the cheapest nuts in town 3322980AA THANK YOU 0800 GIVE BLOOD www.nzblood.co.nz The New Zealand Blood Service would like to acknowledge the valuable contribution and dedication of our blood donors and volunteers. WE ARE OPEN THROUGH XMAS! PLUS IN-STORE SPECIALS ON NAILS, HARDWARE FRAMING, RETAINING AND MUCH, MORE.. DECKING FENCING All prices exclude GST. Offers only valid while stocks last and if paid for in full by either: Cash, Eftpos, Visa or MasterCard. Only closed Sundays & Public Holidays. Hours: M-F 7.00am-5.00pm S 7.30am-12.00pm Manukau City Branch 32 Noel Burnside Road 09 277 7695 100X40 REGULAR H3.2 G/T$1.79/m 100X40 PREMIUM H3.2 G/T $3.35/m 100X25 PREMIUM H3.2 G/T $2.30/m Mt Roskill Branch 50 Frost Road 09 620 4069 75X50 H3.2 RAIL 4.8M $8.95 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.8M $2.10 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.5M $1.80 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.2M $1.42 ea www.wiritimber.co.nz Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& Cookies help dyslexic kids Indulging in cookies will help to boost the learning potential of dyslexic children. One dollar from every $14 bucket of 85 mini Cookie Time Christmas cookies sold will go to the Cookie Time Charitable Trust, principal sponsor of the Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand. Dyslexia causes learning challenges which can lead to low self-esteem, but the flipside is cre- ative potential. Foundation chairman Guy Pope-Mayell says dyslexia that is understood and addressed has great benefits to a range of disciplines including arts, design, engineering, technology and sci- ence. A big focus for the Dyslexia Foundation is its 4D schools pro- gramme which encourages teachers to identify learning issues and adjust teaching styles. Phone 0800 XCOOKIE or go to www.cookietime.co.nz to get a seller to visit the workplace. Today is the last day for orders. Columbus Coffee is a winner again Outdoor area: The outdoor dining area at Columbus Coffee Homebase is ideal for summer. For the second year in a row Columbus Coffee has won the Westpac Supreme Franchise Sys- tem of the Year award -- recognising business excellence within the franchise industry. The judges comm- ended Columbus Coffee s strong focus on excee- ding customer expect- ations - and when you visit Columbus Coffee Homebase, you ll see what they meant. The food, coffee and service here are all first class -- you ll want to come back and bring your friends. With summer here, Columbus Coffee Home- base is now serving delicious, refreshing cold drinks. Their iced tea comes in three flavours -- lemon, peach and mango -- and they also offer old fashioned lemonade, fruit smoothies, and fra- ppes in eight flavours including the newly introduced green tea frappe. Try the exclusively available banana smoothie and fresh strawberry milkshake only at the Columbus Coffee Homebase store. The summer menu features fresh salads and sandwiches -- light, tasty and healthy fare for the warm weather. They can be enjoyed in the spacious, relaxing out- door area. Every three months Columbus Coffee con- ducts a customer survey, and every customer who takes part in the survey goes into a draw to win free coffee for six months. The latest winner is Corrie Roberts -- con- gratulations! Based on the results of the latest survey, Columbus Coffee Homebase was runner up in the Columbus Cof- fee group s store presen- tation award. Owner John Kuok and his team would like to thank their customers for their support and for taking part in the sur- vey. Columbus Coffee s VIP Club offers many benefits to members. They include two free coffee cards, five friend invite cards, 25 percent off a bag of Columbus Coffee, a Columbus birthday gift voucher and other great offers to come. You can join online and find more infor- mation at www. columbuslcoffee.co.nz Columbus Coffee Homebase offers cater- ing for functions and parties, at their place or yours. They can provide breakfasts, lunches, morning and afternoon teas and finger food and deliver it to your prem- ises. Columbus Coffee Home- base is open seven days in Bishop Dunn Place, Botany South (opposite Mitre 10 Mega) off Te Irrangi Drive. Hours are 7am-4.30pm weekdays and 8am-4.30pm Saturdays and Sundays. Phone 265 1368.
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