Eastern Courier : December 15th 2010
8 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 15, 2010 NEWS Tripoli Liquor Centre 91 TRIPOLI ROAD, PANMURE PH 527-7165 EFTPOS FACILITIES • CREDIT CARDS WELCOME MON-WED 9.30AM-8.30PM • THURS-SAT 9.00PM OFFER AVAILABLE WHILE STOCKS LAST 2 for $56.00 2 for $64.00 2 for $60.00 2 for $60.00 $32.90 $32.90 2 for $70.00 2 for $62.00 2 for $72.00 $45.99 $12.99 Asti Riccadonna Baileys 700ml The Famous Grouse Scotch Whisky 1lt Bounty Dark Rum 1lt Absolut Vodka 1lt Shingle Peak Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Merlot Greenalls London Dry Gin 1lt Smirnoff Vodka 1lt Black Heart Rum 1lt St Remy Napoleon Brandy 1lt Gordons Dry Gin 1lt Jim Beam Bourbon 1lt CHRISTMAS SPECIALS @ TRIPOLI LIQUOR CENTRE $31.00 Chatelle Napoleon French Brandy 1lt Johnnie Walker Black Label 700ml $9.99 2 for $40.00 Captain Morgan Rum 700ml 2 for $50.00 2 for $70.00 Ballantines Finest Scotch Whisky 1lt 371 Ti Rakau Drive East Tamaki AUCKLAND (cnr Huntington Drive & Ti Rakau opposite Gull) Ph 09 250 4650 Deluxe Roasted Mixed Nuts $1.99per 100g Flavoured Peanut 400g range $8.99 2 for Walnuts $2.99per 100g Red Cherries 400g tub $4.99ea Turkish Fig Boxes 1kg $17.99ea My Organics Tamari Nuts & Nibbles Mix 200g $4.39ea Your Natural Food Outlet Store bringing you the cheapest nuts in town 3328318AC Nows the time to get your Festive Nuts & Dried Fruits for Christmas 3360892AB Request for Application for MOCAP- Maori Obesity Community Action Plan Grants Counties Manukau District Health Board (CMDHB) invites Maaori Community groups within the Counties Manukau District to apply for funding for MOCAP Community Grant as part of Creating a Better Future Programme and in line with the Ministry of Health's Healthy Eating Healthy Action (HEHA) strategy. The purpose of the funding is for Maaori community groups to deliv e rin n o v ativ epr ogr a m s aim edatr edu cing Ma a o ri obe sity through improving nutrition practices and increasing physical activity. Programs should also incorporate other aspects of whanau wellbeing including promoting smoke free environments. The request for Applications is for a one off grant of up to $25,000 excluding G.S.T. There is a limited amount of funding available for these grants. Applicants will be expected to demonstrate their community leadership and connection within at least one of the following key localities (hub areas): 1. Papakura 2. Franklin 3. Mangere 4. Manurewa 5. Papatoetoe 6. Otara Applicants will need to demonstrate how their proposed initiative will address Maaori obesity and collaborate with other community providers. A copy of guidelines and application form is now available. All applications are to be submitted by 4pm 21 January 2011. Organisations interested in applying for this grant should request the relevant documentation by directly contacting CMDHB. Address your enquiry to Jason Paahi Programme Manager Maaori Community Leadership Counties Manukau District Health Board Tel: 09-262-9539 E-mail: Jason.email@example.com 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 Great Christmas Ideas Pre-Christmas sale -- up t 50% off end of line while stocks last! PERFECT XMAS GIFTS! 'Julie O' Glassware Seconds now available Sheepskin Factory Shop DOWN UNDER TRADING 121 Elliot St, Howick, Ph 535-6001 (next to Liquorland) Open: Mon-Sat 9am-3pm XMAS GI o to 50% em items w PERFECT X 3311390AH Urban design panel likely Cameron Brewer An independent urban design panel for the region is likely to be set up when the Auck- land Council meets tomorrow. The move stems from a unitary plan and urban design forum recommen- dation to expand the for- mer Manukau and Auck- land city council panels to cover the new local government structure. It would cost rate- payers an estimated $350,000 a year for at least three years. The Royal Commission on Auckland Govern- ance, that gave rise to the supercity structure, specifically recom- mended establishing a new panel to review major developments throughout Auckland. It would be formed by amalgamating existing panels of about 40 experts. The Auckland and Manukau panels have both made a major con- tribution in lifting urban design standards, forum chairman Cameron Brewer says. The forum is keen to see the concept expanded across the entire Auck- land region. We re confident the full council will accept our recommendation and the public will view this as an early win for urban design.
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