Eastern Courier : June 1st 2011
5 EASTERN COURIER, JUNE 1, 2011 NEWS • Windows • Doors • Conservatories • Pool Fencing • Balustrade Visit our showroom: 3c Bishop Browne Place, Flat Bush. (Across from Mitre 10 Mega) Ph: 09 271 3065 Aluminium Joinery Specialists FREE Quotes & Advice! ALIFIT.CO.NZ REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE www.model-x.org.nz Adults $6.00 Children, Seniors & Students (with pass) $3.00 Child under 5 years FREE Family (2 adults + 2 children) $15.00 9amto5pm-Sat&Sun 9amto4pm-Mon Alderman Drive, Henderson QUEEN BIRTHD WEEKEND WEST WAVE Recreation Centre MODEL NS DAY END NSX QUEEN QUEEN N N HOBBY SHOW Independent Presbyterian Education for Years 7-13 Student Enrolment 2012 SAINT KENTIGERN COLLEGE Discover the bene ts of an Independent Education. Applications are now invited for enrolment at Saint Kentigern College in 2012. Years 7 and 9 are the main intake years but applications at other levels will also be considered where places are available. JOIN US FOR A CAMPUS TOUR Wednesday 8 June 9.15am Wednesday 22 June 4pm Parents of prospective students are invited to join us for a guided tour of the campus to discover the bene ts of an Independent Education. Learn about the programmes we o er students in Years 7-13, including details of the International Baccalaureate Diploma o ered as an alternative quali cation. Please register to attend. To register or request more information, please contact Admissions or visit our website: Phone 09 577 0703 or Email: email@example.com www.saintkentigern.com Garbage Bin Airers FROM $12.75 $ NOW $95.90 Were $12.99 HALF PRICE $6.49 Were $7.90 NOW $4.99 Were $349 NOW $199 • Plastic Stool OUR 20-50% SALE IS BACK UNTIL QUEENS BIRTHDAY MONDAY Were $119.90 Wheely Bins w Grass Rider Huge Range p etc • Huge range Sheets/Duvets • Ideal rumpus Sofa Beds % OFF TO CLEAR plus commercial plastic foam rubber SPECIALIST PLASTIC WARE CENTRES SPECIALS AVAILABLE UNTIL MONDAY 6TH JUNE 2011 OR WHILE STOCKS LAST Proudly New Zealand owned & operated Only available at THE HUB 451 Ti Rakau Dr Phone 09 271 4550 OPEN 7 DAYS Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30pm Sat 9.00-5.00pm Sun 10.00-5.00pm Te Irirangi Dr Ti Rakau Dr THE HUB Parking Wendys Payless Norman Ross Early Settler PLUS 20 50% OFF ALL O TOCK INSTORE HALF PRICE BPA FREE NO Sno Snow Sistema Klip It Range Special Selection At Half Price Fun for all Were $149.90 NOW $119 120 Ltr 240 Ltr ALL 60 ALL 60% ALL 20% OFF NOW $9.50 Pet Beds JUST ARRIVED FROM $23.95 • Duvet Inners • Duvet Covers • Pillow Cases • Sheets 12 litre Roller Box Anae hails ultra-fast broadband Unleash seems to be the latest buzzword floating around the Auckland Council. Its latest use comes from economic develop- ment forum chairman Arthur Anae. He says the successful bids by Chorus and Enable to roll out the bulk of the ultra-fast broadband project will pave the way for unleashing Auckland's economic potential. The economic benefits of being a globally con- nected city will be wide- ranging across business, health and education with improved broadband services increasing the capacity for innovation and pro- ductivity,'' he says. Based on their suc- cessful cabinetisation process Chorus had proven to be a fast and effective deployer of com- munications technology, Mr Anae says. Ultra-fast broadband delivery in Auckland will have a resounding effect on the social, economic and cultural wellbeing of the region and enable us to expand our global presence.'' Mr Anae says the council had been preparing in earnest for the announcement of the ultra-fast broadband ten- der and its broadband team had been working across the organisation to ensure that infrastruc- ture assets were aligned to accommodate the broadband rollout. We have also been working closely with Chorus and the other ultra-fast broadband bidders over the past 18 months to ensure we understand their needs and rollout requirements once the UFB fund is awarded -- we have been ready for this for over 12 months now.'' Mr Anae says the council is looking for- ward to working with Chorus to ensure maxi- mum benefit for Auck- land sooner rather than later''. A lesson or two for blokes in the kitchen Dab hand: John Grant gets some cooking tips from Jeanne Alec-Waddingham who will be teaching an all-male cooking class in June. By PIP BOURKE No man in Jeanne Alec- Waddingham's life could get away with whipping up a few toasties for dinner. Mrs Alec-Waddingham will be running a course to teach men how to cook. The Blokes in the Kitchen course at Edge- water Community College will be run over three weeks starting June 28. Mrs Alec-Waddingham says previous classes have seen men from all walks of life. One class I held, an 80-year-old man came in on crutches. His wife had been hospitalised and he needed to learn how to cook for the first time in his life.'' Blokes in the Kitchen will focus on teaching meals with flair in simple steps. Dishes will include everything from healthy fish and chips to beef teriyaki. And Mrs Alec-Waddingham expects it to fill up quickly. The Blokes in the Kitchen course always has a good vibe to it and all the guys want to sit down and eat their cooking afterwards.'' The Blokes in the Kitchen course will run every Tuesday for three weeks from 7pm to 9pm at Edgewater Community Education. Visit www.shortcourses andworkshops.co.nz for more information.
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