Manukau Courier : November 4th 2010
10 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 4, 2010 NEWS LATE NIGHT SPIN & WIN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 28OCT-12NOV2010FROM6PM-8PM. Spend $50 at Westfield Manukau City between 6pm-8pm on Thursdays or Fridays and you can be in to spin! There are over $3,500 in prizes up for grabs each night, just bring your receipt to Centre Court. WES0531/20x4/MC Terms and conditions apply, see website or Customer Service for details. Excludes Westfield gift voucher purchases. Promotion ends 12 November 2010. westfield.co.nz/manukau www. e s us.co. z M NUK U SUP CENTRE Cnr Lambie and Cavendish Drive, Ph: 263 9160 BRUS-002000 Nov 10 The Temptation mattress has a firmer feel, but still provides sensational comfort and support through Sleepyhead's Dreamfoam Sensorzone sleep system. Flat DreamFoam comfort layers provide comfort while maintaining a firmer feel. Temptation Queen $2419 NO S VE $1000 • The luxurious new Sleepyhead Sanctuary bed collection features the unique Sensorzone Sleep System which effectively doubles your comfort and support. • This stunning new range is visually distinguished, masterfully constructed and offers a truly unique sleep experience. BIG S VINGS LSO ON OTHER MODELS Sweet treats: MIT baking students put their skills to good use at a baking shop day to raise funds for the Christchurch quake relief fund. A sweet idea from baking students Manukau Institute of Technology bak- ing students have helped Christchurch earthquake victims by selling sweet treats. Certificate in baking students donned aprons for their practical assessment last month and raised money for the earthquake relief fund by selling what they produced at the same time. I take my hat off to them, pro- gramme leader Ralf Schmidt says. It was the students who came up with the idea and they took charge and worked independently to produce so many high quality products that were as good as any commercial European- style bakery. The two teams of seven students raised more than $1000 over two days where the baking shop opened for two hours a day. Mr Schmidt says they achieved a record-breaking gross intake for the shop. Students were assessed on aspects such as marketing, ordering, running a shop, teamwork and customer care. He says the baking shop days are attracting increasing crowds of MIT staff. It is so popular that when we open the doors there is already a long queue out the door. The next baking shop day will be open to the public tomorrow from 10.30am to 12.30pm at M Block.
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