Manukau Courier : November 12th 2010
4 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 NEWS Manukau, Westfield Manukau JACKASS 3D (R16) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & CONTENT THAT MAY OFFEND, NO FREE TICKETS FRI/MON-WED: 12.10, 2.15, 4.20, 6.25, 8.30PM SAT-SUN: 2.15, 4.20, 6.25, 8.30PM RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 3D (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND HORROR, NO FREE TICKETS FRI/ MON-TUE: 12PM, 2.30, 4.40, 6.45, 8.50PM SAT: 2.30, 4.40, 6.45, 8.50PM SUN: 1.20, 3.25, 6.45, 8.50PM WED: 11:35, 1:45, 3:50, 5:55, 9:10PM DESPICABLE ME 3D (PG) LOWLEVEL VIOLENCE SAT: 12.20PM SUN: 11.15AM LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS: THE OWLS OF GA'HOOLE (PG) SOME SCENES MAY SCARE VERY YOUNG CHILDREN SAT-SUN: 12PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI-WED: 11AM, 1.25, 3.55, 6.25, 8.55PM EAT PRAY LOVE (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI/MON-WED: 12.45PM SAT-SUN: 1PM BABY ON BOARD to book tickets go to www.eventcinemas.co.nz or call 302 0002 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE 2D (R16) CONTAINS VIOLENCE ,OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND HORROR FRI-SUN/TUE/WED: 1.30, 6PMMON: 1:30, 5:55PM RED (M) VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI/MON-WED:11.20, 1.40, 4PM, 6.20, 8.40PM SAT- SUN: 1.40, 4PM, 6.20, 8.40PM PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 (R16) HORROR THEMES & COARSE LANGUAGE FRI-WED: 12.30, 2.40, 4.40, 6.40, 8.40PM LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (M) SEXUAL REFERENCES FRI-SUN/TUE/WED: 11AM, 8.15PM MON: 11AM LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS: THE OWLS OF GA'HOOLE (PG) SOME SCENES MAY SCARE VERY YOUNG CHILDREN FRI/TUE/WED: 3.50PM MON: 3.45PM SAT-SUN: 11.10, 3.50PM DESPICABLE ME (PG) LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE FRI/MON-WED: 3.35PM SAT/SUN: 11AM, 3.45PM THE SOCIAL NETWORK (M) OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE FRI: 11AM WED: 11AM $10 * ALL 2D MOVIES * Must present voucher. 2 tickets per voucher at $10 each. 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Tel 273 8877 OPEN 7 DAYS Late NIGHTS till 9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat OPEN 7 DAYS Late NIGHTS till 9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat Ti Rakau Drive Torrens Road Burswood D rive Harri s Road True goodD rive China Town NOW OPEN Auckland's Newest 7 Day Market China Town is authentic Asian food China Town is interesting shopping China Town is a cultural experience China Town is the heart of Asia in Auckland Over 150 Shops! Great Value! Great Fun! China Town is authentic Asian food China Town is interesting shopping China Town is a cultural experience China Town is the heart of Asia in Auckland Over 150 Shops! Great Value! Great Fun! Faiths join in peace Leaders of Auckland's religious communities will meet in Wiri tomorrow to debate an import- ant question: Can peace be established through religion? It's the theme for the fourth annual Religious Founders Day symposium organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Com- munity New Zealand. President Mohammad Iqbal says the growing number of stories in the media about ter- rorism and religious intoler- ance makes it a good time for the major faiths to respond. It is high time to remind the world that the purpose of any religion is to spread peace, tol- erance and understanding, notwithstanding the abuse of religion at the hands of fanatics who make it an excuse for violence and the spread of terror inside and outside the faith.'' The debate will include leaders from Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist faiths and is open to the public. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community started Religious Founders Day symposiums in the 1920s to relieve religious tension in the Indian subconti- nent. This year's symposium starts at 2pm tomorrow at the Manukau Samoan Methodist Church, 54 Trevor Hosken Drive, Wiri. Butterfly trust spreads wings By NICOLA WILLIAMS In honour: Tracey Reynolds is raising awareness of pancreatic cancer in honour of her mother. Photo: MIKE WORSNOP Before Bev died she told her daughter she would send blue butterflies as a mess- age that she was okay. I thought I'd never see one but I see them all the time, it's a huge comfort,'' Tracey Reynolds says. The blue butterfly became the perfect symbol for a trust Mrs Reynolds has set up to honour her mother who died of pancreatic can- cer in October 2008. She says she hadn't heard anything about the cancer until the diagnosis and there wasn't much support or information about it. There is a 3 to 5 percent survival rate. It's pretty much the only one now that is still a death sentence -- there has been no change in that in the past 30 to 40 years. It's often very quick, Mum was given two months and survived nine months -- but she was stubborn.'' Mrs Reynolds wanted to start the trust to raise awareness, support others and fund research. We don't want the first anyone hears of it to be when someone is diag- nosed.'' Forums have been created on the website for people to support each other. The trust's first project will be to create an in- formation brochure. In 2007 there were just under 500 people diagnosed in New Zealand and just about the same number passed away.'' There are no preventative tests and it doesn't have any markers in the blood like other cancers do. The way mum was diag- nosed was through an MRI but by the time there are symptoms it's in the advanced stages.'' It is possible the cancer is genetic but without any screening checks there is nothing Mrs Reynolds can do to prevent it. It revs me up more to do something about this, I want something done. One of the things that inspired me was I read that pancreatic cancer is where breast cancer was in the 1930s, and breast cancer used to be a death sen- tence.'' A black tie fundraising dinner will be held in Febru- ary to launch the trust and raise funds for research. Go to www.bluebutterfly trust.co.nz for information.
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