Manukau Courier : Manukau Courier November 2
12 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 NEWS As part of the Government's Youth Guarantee scheme, MIT has FREE spaces for young people to study for a tertiary qualification. It means you can get the skills and qualifications for great jobs in building and construction, hairdressing, business administration and computing, hospitality, horticulture and floristry, baking, travel and tourism, mechanical engineering and more. If that sounds like you, or like someone you know, get in touch with us right now. Call us right now on 0800 YOUTH G. That's 0800 96 88 44. There are limited FREE spaces available and special criteria apply so call now, visit www.manukau.ac.nz or call in to the information evening on Thursday 4 November between 3.30pm and 6.30pm for more details. 16 and 17 year olds have the chance to study for FREE at MIT. Which means saving thousands of dollars in course fees. YOUTH GUARANTEE Thursday November MIT Information Centre, JKL Block, Gate 1, Newbury Street, Otara. Call in any time between 3.30pm and 6.30pm. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMPUTING HAIRDRESSING 7606 000112 Subs 4 INFORMATION EVENING 3231321AA COSMETICS WAREHOUSE SALE LOCATION: 40B MORRIN ROAD, MT WELLINGTON GREAT BARGAINS, GREAT RANGE There will be staff on hand to assist with consultations and product information GET YOUR GIFT SHOPPING DONE HERE! WELL KNOWN BRANDS SKINCARE - MAKEUP - FRAGRANCE GIFT SETS - BAGS CASH, EFTPOS, CREDIT CARDS ONLY NO CHEQUES ACCEPTED THREE DAYS ONLY FRIDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 5.00PM SATURDAY 13TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 4.00PM SUNDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 4.00PM Bald for a cause: South Auckland firefighters with CanTeen kids. Close shave helps kids By MELISSA KINEALY Hair covered the ground at Papatoetoe s fire sta- tion after firefighters and station staff from south Auckland lost their locks for kids with cancer. There was no saving the firefighters from the razors as the King of Shaves team dealt to 30 heads at the station. Also heading home with new hairstyles were fire safety staff, station officers, a St John advanced paramedic and a woman off the street. So far they ve raised more than $1500 for CanTeen and they re aiming for $5000. Senior firefighter Ian Tanner says they all had an awesome morning and thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere. Shaving their heads might become a bit of a habit for the firefighters because they re keen to do it again next year, he says. Donations can still be made at www.givealittle. co.nz/cause/southauck landfirefighters. CanTeen supports 159 young people living with cancer in the Manukau region. See www.canteen.org. nz for more information.
November 4th 2010