Eastern Courier : June 1st 2011
11 EASTERN COURIER, JUNE 1, 2011 NEWS email@example.com www.watersfunerals.co.nz 426 Great South Rd Papatoetoe Manukau Cit Auckland Caring, professional service for all cultures & communities Intimate Chapel facilities Nicole, Keong & Richie hR d, y Ph: 09 278 8742 3503031AF 3 WOF only $20 Tyres from $25 Wheel Alignment from $35 TYRE WORLD & AUTO LTD WOF & Full Service only $170 With this coupon Conditions apply 153 EAST TAMAKI RD - 274 3220 (next to Wendys & Caltex/Papatoetoe -East Tamaki off ramp) 170 BAIRDS RD - 271 3330 (corner East Tamaki & Bairds Rd, opposite Otara Shopping Centre) FULL MECHANICAL SERVICES E F G H J 2764075AK WAITEMATA BACKCARE BEDS BOTANY Bishop Dunn Place off Te Irirangi Drive by Mitre 10 Mega Home of mattresses Medically proven pressure relief Reduced partner disturbance Individual comfort & support Deeper--Restful--Sleep Try one today! 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The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) has just opened a brand new Airpor t Training Centre at its City Campus. The centre will be only the second of its kind in the country; the first is at ITC's Botany Campus. The huge Airpor t Training Centres simulate real-world airports, including check in, customs, gate lounges, and even planes where students are trained in all aspects of in-flight service. Training also incorporates the CODECO online check in system, currently used by 52 airlines worldwide. ITC has been a premium supplier in the airline, airport and travel and tourism industries for over 15 years. The college focuses on making its' training relevant to employers in those areas. "We've got great relationships with the industries we work with, and the practical nature of our courses means that our graduates are ready to work in their chosen fields," says ITC's Marketing Director Claire Huxley. "That translates into great job placement rates and a willingness from our industry partners to provide our students with onsite work experience." Both ITC and Botany campus still have a few spaces on their June, July and August courses. Find out how you can launch your career in the airline, airpor t, and travel and tourism industries by phoning the ITC Team now 0800 868747 or 373 5510. www.itc.co.nz Advertisement 3768549AA search ITCNZ Quit smoking help for mums Time to quit: AUT University nursing senior lecturer Grace Wong says smoking while pregnant is harmful. Pregnant women should not be smoking, AUT University nursing sen- ior lecturer Grace Wong says. Rather than just cut- ting back, pregnant women smokers should be quitting altogether, Mrs Wong says. She says babies whose mothers quit smoking completely during preg- nancy have significantly higher birth weights than those whose mothers cut down on the number of cigarettes. Smoking during preg- nancy exposes babies to toxins which can lead to spontaneous abortion, she says. Mrs Wong says nic- otine replacement ther- apy helps relieve symp- toms and increase the chances of quitting. Gum or lozenges are safer for pregnant women and their babies than getting nicotine via a cigarette,'' Mrs Wong says. Ask a nurse about smoking cessation and fully subsidised nicotine replacement therapy, she says. Mrs Wong is director of Smokefree Nurses Aotearoa/New Zealand, set up in 2007 for nurses to actively help smokers to quit. It was International Nurses Day on May 12. Trust the funeral professionals Losing a loved one is always a difficult time for families, whether it is expected or sudden. The team at Waters Funerals understand this and are here to assist with the entire process of arrang- ing a funeral and to ensure it is as stress-free as possible. With their new interactive website, families can access a range of services online and browse through the range of caskets, couches and urns available. There are also links to accommodation in Manu- kau for those travelling from out of town, a virtual tour of Waters Funerals and links to Facebook. Soon they will be adding an online feature to make pre-planning your service an easy process, taking the stress off your family or executor in the future. Waters Funerals caters for the cultural needs of various South Auckland communities, with their multi-cultural staff and full Chinese translations available on their website at the click of a button. Pacific Island, Maori and other translations will also be available soon. Waters Funerals is located at 426 Great South Road in Papatoetoe. Phone 278-8742 or visit www.watersfunerals.co.nz.
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