Eastern Courier : January 16th 2013
www.easterncourier.co.nz 14 EASTERN COURIER, JANUARY 16, 2013 PHONE: 576 5990 www.pakurangaparkvillage.co.nz Your life, your lifestyle, YOUR CHOICE With a choice of Independent Apartments,Villas, Serviced Apartments and a Rest Home, Pakuranga Park Village now has something for everyone NEW Independent Apartments Licences selling now Fortunes Road Pakuranga New Zealand's Finest Lifestyle Village Plus Size Clearance Store SIZES 12 - 24 Shop 8, Auckland Clearance Outlet Airport Shopping Centre | 09 257 5188 ts14plus.co.nz | virtushop.co.nz SALE 80% OFF UP TO ORIGINAL PRICES PRICES FROM $7SPEND & SAVE Special In Store Offer ENDS SUN 20/1 nswers now For a free measure and quote Tel: 836 6222 20K Te Pai Place, Henderson Blinds Vertical • Holland • Venetian • Wooden • Sunscreen BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY! • Australian Design Award • Uniline's Unique 5 Year Warranty •Saveupto50% off retail price C C C C C C C C C C C Cal l ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll Window An off retail price www.windowanswers.co.nz or email email@example.com We have a special service for locals and repairs for blinds Roller Blinds from $50 +GST pick up only (choice of fabrics while stock last) 4330301AC 4943764AK The weather is finally getting warmer you have made the most of your daylight hours to do all those jobs. Now it's time to dispose of all that unwanted clutter - be it garden waste or demolition material, we just about take it all. EAST TAMAKI REFUSE TRANSFER STATION 33 Neales Road, East Tamaki Open to the public Monday to Sunday. Closed public holidays. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 2738087 for prices & opening hours. WHITFORD LANDFILL Whitford-Maraetai Road, Whitford Open to the public (old Clevedon Ward only) Monday to Saturday. Closed public holidays. Email: email@example.com or Phone: 5308774 for prices & opening hours. Advertising Feature enterprise & Business Cutting edge barber the talk of the town Art of manliness: Mal and his team use a traditional cut throat razor to achieve a sharper look. Experienced barber and business owner Mal Monisse knows more than anyone that a great haircut is key to any lad s style. After the success of his Panmure, Mangere and Pakuranga Mal s Scis- sorhand barbershops, he is now bringing his skil- ful work to the heart of Ellerslie. News of the snappy, affordable cuts available at Mal s has become the talk of the town, and for- tunately for Ellerslie locals it s more than just hairsay . Now Ellerslie resi- dents can lead the way with perfectly groomed locks. Mal and his friendly team provide profes- sional, quality haircuts at competitive prices -- and their chatty, reliable service is what makes them unique. I look forward to meeting each new client and catching up with regular ones. It s the reason I love my job, says Mal. Despite what their name might suggest, they promise not to give you a cut similar to Johnny Depp s in Edward Scissorhands. Whether you re after a standard chop or some- thing a bit more creative -- the team will leave you looking and feeling like a new man! They understand that communication is key to achieve the haircut each individual is after. They use scissors, clip- pers and the traditional cut throat razor to do a wide variety of cuts -- anything from the moh- awk to the always popu- lar Sonny Bill Williams look. Why visit a trendy, overpriced ladies salon when you ve got the charm of Mal s barber- shop just down the road? Adult haircuts are just $15, while seniors and children can come along for only $13. Mal s Scissorhand feels like the sort of bar- bershop your Grand- father would ve visited. Kick back and relax on comfortable leather seats, read the news- paper and enjoy conver- sation with Mal and his experienced team. Make sure you come ready to chat about poli- tics, sport or any other interesting topic worthy of a yarn with Mal s team! Walk ins are encouraged at Mal's Scissorhand Barbershop, or phone 021 353 703 for an appointment. Located at 97C Main Highway, Ellerslie. Nursing is top of the pops Are you thinking of a career change in 2013? The new year is when many of us reconsider our career path. A SEEK survey in 2012 showed that 34 per cent of New Zealanders were seeking a new job and 42 per cent were monitoring the job mar- ket -- only 24 per cent of people were settled in their jobs -- and this trend looks set to con- tinue in 2013. One indicator of the careers New Zealanders researched in 2012 is the most visited job on Careers New Zealand s website. The most viewed job page on the website in 2012 was registered nurse. Messages about the shortage of workers in the health sector are clearly getting out to job seekers, along with the shortage of engineers. A further indication of this is that the ICT industry has a shortage of wor- kers -- the ICT industry summary page was the most visited industry summary page on the Careers New Zealand website with 11,655 visits, Careers New Zea- land acting chief execu- tive Jay Lamburn says. Along with training, job and salary infor- mation Careers New Zealand provides a num- ber of online tools. It s important to be aware of your personality, inter- ests and the skills you have. Career Quest, Know Your Skills, and Skill Matcher are free inter- active online tools that can help you find career options that match your personality, Ms Lamburn says. The Careers New Zea- land website www. careers.govt.nz provides more than 400 online job profile pages that include pictorial infor- mation on salary bands, training required and job opportunities. The layout of our job information allows for content to be quickly up- loaded, making the web- site able to dynamically respond to changes in the job market, Careers New Zealand website content team leader Michelle Browning says. This is really import- ant as New Zealanders need quality, up-to-date information so they can stay informed in a rap- idly changing employ- ment market, she adds.
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