Eastern Courier : June 22nd 2011
9 EASTERN COURIER, JUNE 22, 2011 NEWS TRIPOLI LIQUOR CENTRE $34.99 $32.90 $20.00 Coruba Dark Rum 1Lt $29.99 $37.90 JandBRare Scotch Whisky 1Lt $50.00 Baileys 700ml St Remy Napoleon Brandy 1Lt $29.90 $22.99 Deutz Brut Stil Vodka 1Lt $56.00 Greenalls London DryGin1Lt 2 for 2 for $29.90 Smirnoff Vodka 1Lt $70.00 Jim Beam Bourbon 1Lt 2 for MON-WED 9.30AM-8.00PM • THURS-SAT 9.00AM-8.30PM OFFER AVAILABLE WHILE STOCKS LAST 91 TRIPOLI ROAD, PANMURE PH 527-7165 EFTPOS FACI1 LTIES • CREDIT CARDS WELCOME Tripoli Liquor Centre Coruba Cola 10 Pack $18.99 Tui Blonde Dz Dewars Scotch Whisky 1Lt 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. EC22/6 All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin Fresh Spinach $2.99bag Meadows White Button Mushrooms $2.49punnet Pukekohe Brushed Potatoes $6.99bag Red Globe & Seedless Grapes $3.99kg Large Celery $1.39ea Snow Peas & Sugar Snaps $1.49pack No.1 Kumaras (All Colours) $1.99kg Navel Oranges $1.99kg 250g 10g Nandos Botany Town Centre 1 Town Centre Drive, Botany Town Centre, Botany (09) 271 2411 Open Sun Wed 10.30am 9.00pm, Thur Sat 10.30am 10.00pm Nandos Sylvia Park 286 Mt Wellington Highway, Sylvia Park, Auckland (09) 909 6495 Open Mon Wed 10.30am 9.30pm, Thur Sat 10.30am 10.00pm, Sun 10.30am 9.00pm The Chicken Espetada from Nandos Delicious chicken thigh pieces skewed with fresh red capsicum and onion then flame-grilled to perfection, basted in your choice of zesty Lemon & Herb or our exotic Peri-Peri sauce and hung over the side dish of your choice. Genuine Hot Rod 3764862AA Beginners Guide To Property Ownership and Property Investing -- FREE training workshops We do NOT have any property to sell you! We are NZ Property Investors who are passionate about teaching people just like you, how to secure your financial future through investing in NZ Real Estate. Let us show you: • How you can retire early and retire wealthy, even if you are starting with nothing • Why you can't rely on the Government to look after you in retirement • How to buy your own home and/or build a solid portfolio to create wealth, without risking everything • Strategies you can use if you can't get finance • Ways to buy property with no money down • How to leverage your time and money For FREE tickets to one of our upcoming Auckland training workshops, Register online at www.propertyapprentice.com/events.htm or call us on 09 5757736. First album a guiding light By MATT BOWEN Talented duo: Husband and wife musicians Alex and Glen Donaghy have released their first full-length album Welcome to the FreeDay. Photo: MATT BOWEN Timeless classical, end- lessly beautiful, the journey of our dreams ... Pakuranga resident Glen Donaghy penned this opening line of FreeDay s first full- length album in tribute to his wife Alex. But life wasn t always so rosy. The singing and song writing couple co-created the collection of 12 songs with band members Kevin Latimer, John Te Kiri, Daniel Noble and Daniel Lee. Their promoter claims it hints at their past struggles while serving as a guiding light for others going through hard times . It wasn t a simple start to our lives, Glen says. It s amazing how we turned out to be honest. Life just was a struggle and thank goodness our kids aren t brought up in that. Alex says they come from opposite yet similar backgrounds. Glen came from quite a poor background with a lot of abuse and I came from quite a wealthy family but total rejection -- I raised myself from the age of 13. Glen was kicked out of home at 14. Then what? Oh, lived on the streets, before my brother felt sorry for me and let me sleep in the garage. I had $4 in my pocket. That s the past but I m glad for it. I m glad it wasn t handed to me on a platter. They moved north from Nelson eight years ago after meeting and falling for each other as teenagers. Now they have two young girls, Mrs Dona- ghy holds down a high- end corporate sales job and they own a boutique clothing business in Pan- mure while turning out original easy-rock tunes with more albums on the horizon. Welcome to the Free- Day was released on Monday. There s a strong Chris- tian theme to it. The coverbook centre spread blurb reads: He lives in us and we live in him -- to Christ, thank you. To Bishop Brian and Hannah Tamaki for always inspiring us to be excellent. But they don t want to be defined as Christian artists. We like to keep that separate because people tend to put walls up, Mr Donaghy says. Music is a universal language and we never wanted to limit our- selves. We want our music to go to whoever wants to listen to it without putting it in a box. Welcome to the Free- Day is available from record stores and online. Visit www.eastern courier.co.nz to see the Meant To Be music video.
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