Eastern Courier : January 12th 2011
5 EASTERN COURIER, JANUARY 12, 2011 NEWS Great North Rd and Meola Rd Western Springs 0800 MOTATNZ (0800 668 286) MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY 16 & 17 YEAR OLDS STUDY FOR FREE A division of ATC New Zealand (EST 1984). NZQA Registered. YOUTH GUARANTEE PLACES BOTANY CAMPUS 0800 872 466 WWW.TRAINME.ORG.NZ PHONE NOW GET FASHIONED 4 LIFE If you're 16 or 17 years old and have left school, this could be for you. Study in our Fashion 4 Life course for FREE and gain a national certificate plus fashion and retail skills. This full-time on-campus course at Botany starts in February. So apply now! EXPLORE THE WORLD OF RETAIL AND FASHION This course will provide a fun intro to fashion with a focus on life and leadership. You will gain computer skills, which are essential to the fashion and retail industry, with the National Certificate in Computing (Level 3). You'll also gain credits toward Retail and Employment Certificates. Sign up to explore the fashion world while developing valuable life skills... and LEARN HOW TO MAKE LIFE YOUR CATWALK! Youth Guarantee students must be 16 or 17 years old. Phone us for full entry criteria. RETAIL & FASHION IN 2011 www.fencible.org.nz Howick Historical Village, Lloyd Elsmore Park, Bell Rd, Pakuranga, Ph. (09) 576-9506, OPEN 7 DAYS proudly supported by Normal Admission Fee applies (Under 5 years free) Sunday 16th January 2011 JANUARY Live Day • Prize for best picnic hat • Bring a picnic lunch • Release of white doves • Music & marionettes ...& much more Sampling: Strict quality controls are in place to get the beer tasting just so. is ale and hearty Control room: Lion Nathan staff keep a close eye on the brewing process. Label operator: Jim Magatogia pauses for a chat. Flavour pellets: Hops play a key role in the science of brewing a fine beer. FROM Page 4 improvement on the 150-year-old plant he worked in at Newmarket. It s a nice environment, easier and more efficient, he says. After beer is bottled, capped, labelled, packaged and stacked on pallets it s shifted into the neigh- bouring 23,000 square metre warehouse building. Some 1200 weekly truck movements then shift it around the country alongside kegs, cans and crates. We didn t bother investigating that side of the business -- the staff bar was calling. To get there we pass the com- pany gym that s open for all employees to use at their leisure. Mr Taylor says the vibe among The Pride s 180 staff is great -- sausage sizzles and after-work chit chat over a beer at the gar- den bar is commonplace. Steinies all round!
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