Eastern Courier : December 10th 2010
5 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS HIGHLAND PARK to book tickets go to www.eventcinemas.co.nz or call 302 0002 20 DUNROBIN PLACE MEGAMIND 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI: 1.40, 3.55, 6.10, 8.15PM SAT-SUN/TUE- WED: 11.30, 1.40, 3.55, 6.10, 8.15PM MON: 10AM, 1:40, 3:55, 6:10, 8:15PM DUE DATE (R16) VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, DRUG USE AND SEX SCENES FRI- WED: 11.10, 4PM, 8.20PM HARRY POTTER 7 (M) VIOLENCE FRI- WED:11.10, 2.15, 5.10, 8.10PM LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES FRI-WED: 1.15, 3.40PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI: 6.05PM SAT-TUES: 11.20, 6.05PM WED: 6.05PM RED (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-SUN:3.35, 8.45PM MON - WED: 12.55, 3.35, 8.45PM EASY A (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 11AM, 1.35, 3.45, 5.55, 8.25PM WINTER'S BONE (R13) VIOLENCE, DRUG USE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-WED: 10.40, 6.10PM 2D NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (PG) NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED: 10.40, 1.10, 3.40, 6.05, 8.30PM SKYLINE (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI-WED:2PM, 4.15, 6.30, 8.40PM BABY ON BOARD EAT PRAY LOVE (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI- SUN: 10.30, 1.15PM MON -WED:10.30, 1.15, 5.55PM MEGAMIND 2D (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE, NO FREE TICKETS FRI: 10AM IF YOU ARE THE ONE (R13) FRI-WED: 8.35PM 6) VIOLENCE,SEXUAL VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & CONTENT THAT MAY DISTURB FRI-SUN: 12.45, 5.50PM (R1 (R1 * When you purchase an adult ticket to this film. Must be R18+. Voucher must be presented. Valid until 15th Dec 2010. Valid for House wine only. Complimentary glass of wine* when you see GIFT CARD CARD C C C C CA AR R R R R A AR ARD D D D sc nema nemas.c ac cn ventci ev t even e z on z onz oz o z .n o GREAT VALUE MOVIE MONEY & GIFT CARDS RSM_01 Ramp signals in Manukau Ramp signals help improve merging and driver safety on the motorway. Signals only turn on when necessary, during afternoon peak periods and other busy times. Please slow down and drive carefully when approaching the new signals. For more information visit www.nzta.govt.nz or call 09 969 9800. When signals are red: Stop and wait for green signal. When signals turn green: One vehicle in each lane goes and remains in the lane until the merge. The next vehicle in each lane moves forward and waits for its turn. Ramp signals will operate on the SH20-1 southbound lanes of the new Manukau motorway from Monday 13 December. firstname.lastname@example.org www.watersfunerals.co.nz 426 Great South Rd Papatoetoe Manukau City Auckland Caring, professional service for all cultures & communities Intimate Chapel facilities Nicole, Keong & Richie hR d, y Ph: 09 278 8742 Tyre caps raise $150,000 Firestone s Pink Cap drive raised more than $150,000 for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. Pink tyre caps were sold for $2. Family cars, business fleets and fire trucks all got behind the cause. Quake forges special bond Getting together: From left, Christchurch Central New Brighton Primary School principal Brian Thompson, Riverina School student Harrison Williams,10, Central New Brighton student, Xavier Fidow-Bradbrook,13, and Riverina principal Doreen Martin dressed in Canterbury colours for their fundraising day. Photo: JASON DORDAY By KRISTINA RAPLEY The September earth- quake in Christchurch sent shock waves around the country. And Riverina Primary School in Pakuranga wanted to do something to help. They organised a fundraising day for Cen- tral New Brighton Pri- mary School and raised more than $700. Christchurch principal Brian Thompson was so touched by the offer of support he decided to pay for himself and their head boy to fly up and take part in the activi- ties. To get such an extra- ordinary gesture of gen- erosity I felt that I needed to be there to say thank you, Mr Thomp- son says. Riverina school princi- pal Doreen Martin says they wanted to help a school similar to theirs and one that hadn t been in the spotlight. Central New Brighton School fitted the bill and the two schools formed a special relationship. Mr Thompson and student Xavier Fidow- Bradbrook, 13, enjoyed their three-day visit to Auckland, where they spent time at Riverina as well as complimentary visits to the Sky Tower and Auckland Zoo. Central New Brighton student counsellors will decide what to spend the money on in consultation with the rest of the school. Mr Thompson says they got off pretty lightly in terms of structural damage but the emotional damage was most concerning. We have employed a child psychologist to help us deal with some of the behaviours many of our children are exhibiting and I believe they are a direct result of the quake, Mr Thompson says. Many aren t getting a good night s sleep because of all the after shocks which causes them to be scratchy and intolerant. He describes the mood around school as very fragile . I admire our dedicated teachers who come to school each day when their homes are sinking or split in two. It s been incredible, he says.
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