Eastern Courier : December 7th 2011
www.easterncourier.co.nz 13 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 7, 2011 NEWS rwdannemora.co.nz MISSION HEIGHTS 3 Savina Court It's not often you have opportunities like this one, so make a call today and see what the fuss is all about. With five bedrooms plus formal and family living spaces this home should be top of your list if you want value for your every dollar. Capturing lovely sun for those summer barbeques just around the corner, it's a house you will feel very comfortable in. We have a five star home at a four star price, with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. A superb garden with lots of space for the kids to enjoy in absolute safety. A short walk to Mission Heights School or kindergarten close by. First time on the market since new and the owners are serious about selling, so do not waste anymore time. Pick up the phone and call Ian for more information. Reduced For Sale $645,000 View Saturday 2.15 - 3.00 rwdannemora.co.nz/DMR20587 Ian Taylor 021 485 735 direct 538 1222 email@example.com LICENSED (REAA 2008) 5A2C2F2I Botany Town Centre: 279 8007, Pakuranga Westfield: 577 1431. Visit specsavers.co.nz to find out more. Some optometrists charge extra for Digital Retinal Photography. At Specsavers, it's FREE with every standard eye exam.* Advanced technology in eye examinations At Specsavers, nothing is more important to us than ensuring the health of your eyes. We believe everybody should have access to a comprehensive level of eye care, which is why we've introduced FREE Digital Retinal Photography with every standard eye exam. Early detection of disease This sophisticated equipment produces a high resolution photograph of your retina to help us screen for abnormalities, allowing early detection of diseases such as Diabetes, Macular Degeneration and Glaucoma. Any detected abnormalities can then be monitored and treated to better protect the quality of your sight and overall eye health. FREE DIGITAL RETINAL PHOTOGRAPHY *DRP not available at all stores. See www.specsavers.co.nz for participating stores. © 2011 Specsavers Optical Group. McCANN_SPE12294. Work choices online Playing computer games, doing volunteer work for a community charity and even feeding the neigh- bour's cat could help you get a job. Careers New Zealand has just launched a new online tool that helps people identify the vari- ous skills they've picked up in their daily lives and suggests ways they can use these skills to find work. Careers New Zealand website content manager Bernie Burrell says record youth unemploy- ment of more than 24 percent for 15 to 19-year- olds and global economic uncertainty means tools like Know Your Skills will become increasingly critical to young New Zealanders as they tran- sition from secondary school into work or train- ing. We had more than three million visits to our website last year and we know young people are really struggling for work at the moment,'' she says. The problem is many of them think that if they don't have paid work experience they don't have any skills. This simply isn't true.'' Ms Burrell says Know Your Skills is important because it shows people the importance and rel- evance of the skills they pick up in their everyday activities. Take babysitting. Babysitting involves key skills like being on time, planning and organising, taking responsibility, problem solving, decision making and helping others. These skills can be readily transferred to real world jobs and are skills employers are looking for,'' she says. Visit www.careers. govt.nz for information on Know Your Skills and Careers New Zealand.
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