Eastern Courier : January 19th 2011
11 EASTERN COURIER, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS Auckland Anniversary Weekend 2011 Sat 29, Sun 30 & Mon 31 January NZ's largest seafood restaurant! With more seafood than ever before, the Auckland Seafood Festival is the place to be this Anniversary weekend! You could even win $1,000 worth of dining at Auckland's top restaurants! There's crispy whitebait fritters, juicy salmon kebabs, seafood paella, seafood pizza, and so much more. Plus a great selection of local and international wines, beers, and cider, and entertainment for young and old. Tickets are just $15, and kids under 13 are free! To book or find out more, go to aucklandseafoodfestival.co.nz DON'T MISS OUT -- TICKETS ONLY $15!* *No additional booking fee. AFM0246/20x4 NEW VENUE! Now in the Viaduct beside the Maritime Museum www.aucklandseafoodfestival.co.nz LIFE COACH TRAINING Vivienne Kelly 479 9986 (W) 021 037 7289 (M) www.coachmomentum.co.nz QUICK LEVEL 1 starts early February 2011 ...Call for an entrance interview... LIFE COACHING & TRAINING • Help people live their ideal life • Become an accredited professional • Personal / Business / Executive Coaching • Be your own boss • Earn an excellent hourly rate • Train part time in small group • Supportive, friendly environment Living on Purpose, with Purpose International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for January Located opposite Mega Mitre 10 Home Base Botany, off Te Irirangi Drive, 16J Bishop Dunn Place, Botany South. Phone 09 265-1368 BUY ONE COFFEE, GET ONE FREE Ends 28th February 2011 at Columbus Coffee Home Base % Relaxed atmosphere • Brunch menu • available 7 days Ample free parking • at door Contact us for Office Catering and venue hire EASTERN % NEW SMILE - YOU SMILE - WE SMILE JUST DIAL 0800 GR8 SMILES FOR ALL YOUR DENTURE REQUIREMENTS 168 AVIEMORE DRIVE, HIGHLAND PARK F. 534 2444 / 532 8333 FREE CONSULTATIONS FULL DENTURES PARTIAL DENTURES REPAIRS/RELINES PARTIAL METAL DENTURES MOUTH GUARDS MOBILE SERVICE PAYMENT OPTIONS 3388444AB Turn your special qualities into a rewarding career in social work, mental health or counselling at Manukau Institute of Technology. Bachelor of Applied Social Work Certificate in Social Services National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) Diploma in Counselling (General or Young People specialisations available) Make helping others a rewarding career APPLY NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 Contact us now for a complete list of programmes or more information. Faculty of Education and Social Sciences 0800 62 62 52 | www.manukau.ac.nz 7566 000105 subs Know how to survive Big Day Out St John has tips for people head- ing to the Big Day Out. The 12-hour music event of January 21 attracts thousands of people and keeps St John staff extremely busy. Last year they treated 1415 people from the effects of sun, exhaustion, alcohol and drugs and transported 15 to hospital. The best treatment for sunburn is prevention by keeping covered. Heat exhaustion is usually caused by exposure to high temperatures and not replacing fluid. Symptoms include weak- ness, loss of appetite, fainting, diz- ziness, sweating, nausea and vomiting. Rest the patient in a cool place and give them fluid to drink. Life-threatening alcohol poisoning occurs most commonly when drinking undiluted spirits very quickly. A person can drink a potentially fatal dose of alcohol before they start to show signs of intoxication, and then become rapidly uncon- scious. What to do: Shake their shoulder and shout at them to rouse them. They need someone to stay with them and look after them. If they do not respond lie them on their side, get medical attention, stay with them and keep them on their side. Symptoms of drug poisoning can include an altered level of con- sciousness, stomach or abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, seizures, breathing difficulty, and altered behaviour. If they are unconscious, place them on their side. Seek medical aid if they are unconscious or very unwell Go to www.stjohn.org.nz for more information.
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