Eastern Courier : July 20th 2011
4 EASTERN COURIER, JULY 20, 2011 NEWS Liquorland Botany 287 B Botany Road, Golflands T. 09 948 2172 Mon-Tues 10am -- 9pm, Wed-Sat 10am -- 10pm, Sun 10am -- 9pm Available at Liquorland Botany only. Retail in store sales only. We reserve the right to limit trade sales. Prices and offers valid until 31 July 2011. 1 Fly Buys standard point collected for every $20 spent, excludes purchases of Gift Cards and Tobacco. www.liquorland.co.nz Heineken 12 Pack Bottles 330ml $2199 & Cola 8% 12 Pack Cans 250ml Vodka Cruiser 8% Range 12 Pack Cans 9 each Woodstock Bourbon & Cola 8% 4 Pack Cans 440ml 2 FOR $20 Tui Blond 12 Pack Bottles 330ml $1699 Seager's Gin & Gin with Lime 1L2 FOR $55 2 STANDARD POINTS 1.75L $5499 2 STANDARD POINTS Black Heart Dark & Gold Rum or Russian Standard Vodka 1LANY 2 FOR $60 3 STANDARD POINTS Riverstone Range 750ml $899 each (Excludes Pinot Noir) Church Road Range 750ml $1499 each (Excludes Pinot Noir & Syrah) Jack Daniel's Whiskey 1L$4799 2 STANDARD POINTS Jameson Irish Whiskey 1L$3799 1 STANDARD POINT Teacher's Scotch Whisky 1L$3299 1 STANDARD POINT St Remy Brandy VSOP 1L$3199 each 1 STANDARD POINT Equates to less than $31.50 per litre Save up to $5 1 STANDARD POINT 1 STANDARD POINT Johnnie Walker Black Label 700mL $4299 2 STANDARD POINTS Johnnie Walker Red label or Canadian Club 1L2 FOR $70 Liquorland now OPEN in BOTANY GRAND OPENING SPECIALS 64A Ti Rakau Dr, Pakuranga Tel: 576 5225 Fax: 576 3451 www.lawnheat.co.nz OPEN 7 DAYS OPEN 7 DAYS LEAF PROBLEM? BLOW IT AWAY WITH THIS BLOW & VAC 125 ORMISTON ROAD, BOTANY JUCTION PH (09) 265 0272 OPEN MONDAY FRIDAY X-RAY & ULTRASOUND FREE ACC X-RAY FREE ACC & MATERNITY ULTRASOUND 64 Walter Strevens Drive, Conifer Grove Shops Just off Great South Road Takanini Phone Cheryl or Nanette 09 296 0164, 09 299 2801 Designer Clothing CLOSING DOWN SALE SKIRTS,PANTS, TOPS, DRESSES $50.00 PANTS $80.00 or 2 for $150.00 COCKTAIL DRESSES $150.00 MOTHER OF THE BRIDE HALF PRICE FASCINATORS $25.00 or 2 for $40.00 HATS, from $50.00 www.cherylchristinefashions.co.nz Sizes 8 to 18 No curefor glaucoma It is estimated 76,000 New Zealanders will have glaucoma by 2031. This month is Glau- coma Awareness month. Glaucoma is the num- ber one cause of prevent- able blindness in New Zealand. Despite this more than half of those with the disease don t even realise they have it. There are usually no symptoms until vision has already been dam- aged. Glaucoma New Zea- land chairman Professor Helen Danesh-Meyer says glaucoma is a sig- nificant health issue. Next to cancer and heart disease, blindness is the thing most people fear the most, she says. It has such a huge impact on their quality of life whether it s the ability to drive, read, watch television, enjoy hobbies, or even stay in their own homes. Ms Danesh-Meyer stresses the early detec- tion of glaucoma is the key to preventing blind- ness. Glaucoma New Zea- land recommends that everyone has an eye examination for glau- coma by age 45, and every five years after that until 60 and then three-yearly. However, at any age, if people notice changes in their eyesight they should have them examined at that time. It s important for people to know if glau- coma runs in their fam- ily, because if it does, your risk increases ten- fold, Ms Danesh-Meyer says. Glaucoma can t be cured. Once the vision is gone, you can t get it back, but modern treatments can halt its progression and preserve the sight that is left. Throughout July, optometrists, ophthal- mologists, pharmacists, ASB branches, and others around the country are supporting Glaucoma New Zealand s Awareness Appeal by selling lens cleaning cloths and pens for a donation of $3 each. Visit www.glaucoma. org.nz, email info@ glaucoma.org.nz or phone 0800-452-826 for more information.
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