Eastern Courier : May 18th 2011
11 EASTERN COURIER, MAY 18, 2011 NEWS hy not talk directly to the person who can approve your loan? The team at your local Westpac branch can make local decisions, so you can get a straight answer, straight away. Westpac's current lending criteria apply. Westpac New Zealand Limited. To talk directly to your local branch today, find your branch at westpac.co.nz/redpages WES0655EC_2 BOTANY RELOCATION SALE FROM $20 EVERYTHING MUST GO LAST DAY 21ST MAY Fountain Lane, Botany Town Centre Ph. 09 278 3124 LAST 3 DAYS 05 82 2AF Let the journey begin... It's time to celebrate your business success! Enter now: www.em.org.nz/awards or call 09 262 2244 Enter the Westpac Auckland South Business Awards and you will gain valuable business feedback, recognition and profile. It's easy to enter with categories to suit all businesses. Proudly sponsored by: Vote: Ram PARKASH For Auckland Council For your vote: for Howick & Auckland Region, I support: Proper Ferry Terminal with extra parking, additional sailings - less road congestion Completion of Flat Bush Centre with community facilities - creating jobs for our people. Controlled spending, Lower rate increases Roading improvements, Parks Development, Protection of Beaches. Adequate funding for Community Projects Auckland wide Controlled Residential Development in Botany & Region, with wide suburban roads. Enviornmental awareness & Safety of People & Homes HAVE YOUR SAY, POST TODAY, I can: 1. REPRESENT YOU on Council 2. REPORT TO YOU 3. RESPOND TO YOU YOUR VOTE - OUR OPPORTUNITY - OUR CITY Ram PARKASH: New Zealander (lived here for 43 years), educated in New Zealand. B.Sc (Canterbury 1972) & Teaching Dip., understands Politics, stood as electorate & List Candidates, lives in Howick Ward. Background: Foreign Affairs 3 yrs (Education), extensive Teaching & now Business. Experiences: past chairperson, committee member, conference delegate, good communication skills. Ram acknowledges our Tangata Whenua, our bi- cultural heritage, and our Multicultural City. Authorised by Neelam Choudary 021 035 3530 Charity concert: Rock and Roll band Shaydz of Grey present a cheque to Red Cross after their concert recently. From left: Barry Potenger, John Betteridge, Dave Spadafora, Dennis Hilton, Robin Grieg of Red Cross, Warwick Neilson and Karen Andresen. Photo: GLENN BITTLE A rocking night that raises $3200 More than $3200 was raised for the Christchurch earthquake appeal at a charity event this month. Rock n roll band Shaydz of Grey attracted a 200-strong crowd at a function at Edgewater College. It was held to raise money for the Red Cross Christchurch Quake relief fund. We weren t sure of the actual response we were going to get so we were absolutely thrilled, band member Warwick Neilson says. We would like to thank Edge- water principal Alan Vester. Without his support and enthusi- asm it wouldn t have happened.
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