Eastern Courier : February 9th 2011
6 EASTERN COURIER, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 NEWS Best of Fresh for Less Dannemora 345 Chapel Road Pakuranga 290 Ti Rakau Dr Botany 280 Botany Rd Howick 219 Moore St Normal trading hours Mon - Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm. EC9/2 All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin Fresh Spring Onions 79¢bunch New Season Royal Gala $2.99bag Buttercup 79¢ea New Season William Bon Chretien Pears Large Rockmelon & Honey Dew $2.99ea Long Egg Plant $3.99kg Truss Tomatoes $3.99kg Yellow & White Nectarines $2.99bag 800g 1.5kg $1.99 kg $1.79 1kg bag The University of Auckland's Foundation Cer tiﬁcate Tohu Tüäpapa Mätauranga will help you gain essential tertiary study skills and develop your te reo Mäori at the same time. This is a specialist foundation programme to help bridge you into any of the following programmes offered by the University's Faculty of Education: • Bachelor of Education (Teaching) -- Huarahi Mäori, Primary, Early Childhood, Early Childhood Education Pasiﬁka specialisations • Bachelor of Human Services • Bachelor of Physical Education • Bachelor of Social Work Duration: 1 year full-time study Location: Te Puna Wananga, Epsom Campus Semester One starts soon so apply now, or call us for more information 0800 61 62 63 firstname.lastname@example.org www.education.auckland.ac.nz Gain admission to University and improve your te reo Mäori in one go KingSt10418_SNA_A Ready to rock: Cover Up band member Tommy Rock is one of the performers who will entertain audiences at Groove in the Grapes. Photo: NICOLA WILLIAMS Vineyard concert for the community By NICOLA WILLIAMS Wine and music are already a great combin- ation, but adding a vine- yard as the setting takes it to another level. Turanga Creek vine- yard in Whitford is hosting a Groove in the Grapes concert on Febru- ary 19 where people are invited to take a picnic and enjoy musical enter- tainment in a pictur- esque setting. We wanted to have a community concert that all the people in the area could go to, owner Mandy Allen says. Entertainment will include local band Audio Pilots playing original songs, soul and funk cover band Soul Pit Orchestra, and The Cover Up, playing every- thing from Katy Perry to The Rolling Stones. The wide range of music means there will be something for every- one, Mrs Allen says. Gates open at 3.30pm with entertainment run- ning from 4.30pm to 8.30pm. If it rains it will still go ahead unless it s hid- eous , she says. Come and enjoy the music and have a dance in the wonderful atmos- phere of the vineyard, she says. Concert goers can take their own food but alcohol must be bought on site. There will also be food vans available. Tickets are $20, go to www. turangacreek.co.nz.
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