Eastern Courier : June 3rd 2011
6 EASTERN COURIER, JUNE 3, 2011 NEWS 0800 BEDPOST www.bedpost.co.nz PAY ONLY THE PRICE OF A DOUBLE! DOUBLE QUEEN KING SUPER KING On any Offer ends 30 June 2011. Queen's Birthday Sale Massive saving in Store Opening hour: 10am - 5PM BEDPOST BOTANY AT THE HUB 451 Ti Rakau Dr, The Hub Botany Downs. Ph: 273 8088. Mon-Sat 9am-5.30pm, Sun 10am-5pm. Finance available. Bedpost criteria applies. Service, advice and the right price! Finance conditions subject to Bedpost terms and credit criteria. $60 booking fee applies. Delivery fee applies. FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE! 4th & 5th June 2 days only! New Zealand made Spas since 1978 Ph 0800 851 995 Monday Friday 9am 5pm Sat/Sun 10am 4pm Factory Showroom 830 Great South Rd, Penrose Email firstname.lastname@example.org web- www.spaandpool.co.nz SPA6534 GRECIAN 2400mm x 2400mm x 980mm Seats 8 adults 16 stainless jets EXECUTIVE 2000mm x 2000mm x 780mm 27 stainless jets TRINITY 2250mm x 2250mm x 980mm 35 stainless jets Save: $2,500 Save: $2,000 Save: $2,500 WAS $7,495 NOW $5,495 WAS $9,495 NOW $6,995 WAS $8,495 NOW $5,995 NO DEPOSIT FINANCE AVAILABLE. HOT DEALS! 2010 models to clear TRINITY $5995 1 ONLY GRECIAN $5000 1 ONLY 2 ONLY! 2 ONLY! 3 ONLY! Saveway Highland Park - The Best Quality for Your Choice! • Fruits • Veges • Meats • Seafoods • Groceries Ph: (09) 534 5050 Fax: (09) 534 5051 10/491 Pakuranga Rd, Highland Park, Auckland Open 7 Days a week 8.30am - 6.00pm Highland Park US Orange $1.99/kg Snapper Fillet $25.99/kg No.1 Loss Tomatoes $4.99/kg Cabbage $1.49/ea SAVEWAY HIGHLAND PARK STORE - 03/06 till 05/06 (Friday - Sunday) Weekend Promotional or whilestockslast Beef Canadian T-Bone Steak $8.99/kg Waiwai Rice Vermicelli $1.99/pkt China Top@ (210g) Hot Spicy Paste $2.50/jar Extra Large Persimmon $2.49/kg Jumbo Green Kiwifruit 99c/kg Tarakihi Fillet $18.99/kg Jumbo Gold Kiwifruit $1.99/kg Beef Sirloin Steak $16.99/kg Opposite Event Cinema 3750672AK HSBC new branch Grand opening: HSBC chief executive David Griffiths, left, and Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross at the opening of the Botany HSBC premier centre. Global banking giant HSBC has come to Bot- any Town Centre. Last week's grand opening of the premier centre saw the occasion celebrated with a tra- ditional Chinese lion dance and a haka performed by children from a gifted kids pro- gramme. Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross dropped by, as did HSBC New Zealand chief executive David Griffiths. Both men spoke about how the bank's presence will be a great asset to the area. Retail banking and wealth management head John Barclay says: The new HSBC premier centre will be part of HSBC's global network offering transactional banking and other tail- ored banking services.'' The new location is on the ground floor, 2 Mar- ket Square. World class facilities include private bookable meeting rooms, free internet and fax, free tele conferencing as well as free business maga- zines and newspapers. Staff at the new centre also speak a range of languages including English, Cantonese and Mandarin. A rash of measles cases this year More Aucklanders have had measles this year compared with all of 2010 and 2009. Twenty-six Auck- landers were diagnosed with measles between mid-January and the end of April. There were only eight diagnosed cases last year and 22 in 2009. Auckland Regional Public Health Service medical officer of health Dr Craig Thornley says many of the people diag- nosed with measles are likely to have become infected while travelling overseas or have been in contact with people rec- ently returned from over- seas. There are multiple countries around the world experiencing measles outbreaks,'' Dr Thornley says. Cases are not confined to certain areas of the city but there have been a number of instances where more than one person in the same household has been infected. Medical officer of health Cathy Pikholz urges people to be vigil- ant if they suspect they could have measles. She says common symptoms include a red rash that starts on the face and moves to the rest of the body, runny nose, cough, sore eyes or fever. She advises people to contact their doctor or Healthline on 0800- 611-116 if they suspect they might have mea- sles. Sustainable DIY weekend Bunnings Warehouse Botany is throwing a party this Queen's Birth- day weekend and every- one's invited. Saturday and Sunday feature a wide range of events including free DIY workshops in recog- nition of World Environ- ment Day on June 5. The workshops will give both children and adults the chance to learn about the sus- tainability. There will also be free face painting, a fund- raising sausage sizzle, a bouncy castle and DIY challenges. Free workshop times: June 4, 10am -- DIY for kids: Seed planting project. 11am -- Sustain- able products. 1pm -- Mulching, composting and building a worm farm. June 5, 10am -- DIY for kids: Seed planting project. 11am -- Sustain- ability: How does your home rate? 1pm -- Grow your own no-dig vege- table garden. Welcome to Milestones, our occasional feature. You're all welcome to contribute a photo. It might be a citizen- ship ceremony, birthday, graduation, baptism, new family member, wedding or anniversary. You name it--wecouldbe interested. Send your high resolution digital photos with names, ages, dates and further details to Milestones at email@example.com.
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