Manukau Courier : Manukau Courier November 2
19 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 CA$H & CHEQUE$ CASH IN A FLASH It's aseasyas1,2,3! Small, Short Term Loans Available 1: Last 3 months bank statements 2: Three sets of I.D., one photographic 3: I.D. showing proof of residence eg phone, power bill Most Types of Company Cheques Cashed Inland Revenue, Housing New Zealand, Power Company, Courts, A/C Payee Only etc. Conditions Apply SHOP 2, 2 Pearce Street ONEHUNGA Phone 636 3015 Monday -- Friday 9.00am -- 5.00pm Saturday 10.00am -- 12.00 Noon SHOP 16, Westfield Shopping Centre MANUKAU CITY Phone 262 2600 Monday -- Friday 9.00am -- 5.00pm Saturday 9.00am -- 12 Noon Need Cash in a Flash? 3034978AE Viewing facilities at 36 Maich Rd Manurewa Phone 09 266 9942 ENSOM Funeral Services John Ensom 37 Years of Caring Advice and Assistance Anytime 3163933AB NOVEMBER 2010 For more information visit our website: www.animalmanagement.co.nz Dog and Owner Training Programme Bookings are now being taken for this new 6 week training programme commencing Tuesday 16 November at 7p.m. The total cost for the 6 one hour training sessions is $40. To make bookings and for further information contact our Call Centre on 272 0068 or email: callcentre@ dssl.co.nz Important Reminder Unregistered dog check by Animal Control Officers DSS Animal Management's Animal Control Officers are visiting homes in both urban and rural areas checking that all dogs are registered. By law, all pups must be registered by 3 months of age and mature dogs must be registered by 31 July each year. In keeping with the dog control laws owners of unregistered dogs will have their dog(s) impounded at the Auckland Council Animal Shelter in Wiri unless they pay the late registration fee in cash, to the Animal Control Officer when they call. In addition to the late fee an infringement/ fine will be issued for not registering their dog by 31 July 2010. (As warranted officers all Animal Control Officers are in uniform and carry identification). A receipt will be issued and the registration tag will be forwarded by mail. Owners of unregistered dogs can avoid the additional infringement/fine by registering their dog now, before the Animal Control Officers call. The late registration fee will apply. For further information on applicable fees or to register your dog contact the Auckland Council Call Centre on 301 0101 to request a dog registration form or pick one up at the Customer Centre at Kotuku House, Manukau Square or register your dog at the Auckland Council Animal Shelter, 33 McLaughlins Road, Wiri. Adoption: Responsible dog owners are needed to adopt good tempered re-homeable dogs that need a new life and lots of love and care.Contact: Adoption Officers, DSS Animal Management, Phone: 279 5959 Exchange your Foreign Currency and Travellers Cheque at best exchange rates. 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If you're penning your Christmas gift list early then here's some green themed ideas to delight the hard to buy for' on your list. Team up a new season's rose bush with fragrant rose hand creme, a lemon tree with a lemonade pitcher, or a selection of herb plants in an attractive planter. If you're after a time- less gift -- you can't go past a rose bush. There are some glorious examples at garden centres nationwide right now. Much like people, roses come in all shapes and sizes from the aes- thetically pleasing (but slightly temperamental), to the hardy, good sorts that will keep respond- ing even when they are badly treated. If you're after a show pony' with a heavenly fragrance and florist-like blooms for your vase, then look no further than the New Zealand bred White Romance Rose. You will need to be vigilant with your watering to keep this beauty behaving but it will repay you with stun- ning crisp white blooms. If you prefer some colour then another New Zealand-bred showstop- per is Blackberry Nip (pictured). This rose combines a strong alluring perfume with rich purple blooms. Add this to slender long stems and you have the ideal cut flower. As a breeder we strive to get a balance between a rose that will last in a vase while still deliv- ering a strong fragrance. It's difficult to get both but we think we have nailed this with the ever popular Blackberry Nip.'' says acclaimed NZ rose breeder Rob Somerfield. If you are planning on being away over summer and just want a rose that won't let you down, then Flower Carpet Roses are a great choice. They come in a range of seven colours and are an ideal groundcover. Whatever your choice of rose, investing in a slow release rose ferti- liser is highly recom- mended.
November 4th 2010