Manukau Courier : December 2nd 2010
4 MANUKAU COURIER, DECEMBER 2, 2010 NEWS MIT's Faculty of Business offers three degree programmes which provide you with the knowledge and practical skills you need to succeed in today's business environment. You will experience first-class learning and use the latest technology, in a student-friendly setting. You will be inspired by industry qualified lecturers who understand what skills you'll need in the real world. Make a difference by applying for an MIT degree today. Make a DEGREE of difference Kristen Barrett Bachelor of Applied Communications Graduate HR & Communications Advisor, Crackerjacks Ltd. "I made some amazing friends at MIT and learnt a lot of useful information which has set me up for my career in the communications and human resource industry. I'm proud of the qualification I graduated with from MIT." Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Applied Communication Bachelor of Information Systems MIT FACULTY OF BUSINESS Apply now l www.manukau.ac.nz l 0800 62 62 52 WHERE LEARNING IS A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 7623 000119 C THIS SAT & SUN 10AM-3PM ALL SECOND HAND STOCK MUST GO!! All Chairs $10 Cnr Tom Pearce Dr & Geoffrey Roberts Rd, Mangere Central Ph 027 446 2338 Eftpos available We can deliver Butterfly Creek We are here Lawrance Stevens Dr Geoffrey Roberts Rd Tom Pearce Dr Recycle Centre Desks from $40 Filing Cabinets $40 plus Drawers from $10 Magical wonderland By MELISSA KINEALY Bright lights: Sue Howarth's house will be decorated with thousands of Christmas lights. A little world of Christmas magic is aiming to put smiles on the faces of sick kids. Weymouth woman Sue Howar- th's house is all decked out for Christmas to raise money for Kidz First Children's Hospital. Last night, chronically and terminally ill children from Kidz First got a special sneak peak at the thousands of Christmas lights as they were turned on by two- year-old Kate Johnston. She spent about nine days as a Kidz First inpatient and still returns to the children's hospital for ongoing check-ups. Now Sue's opening her home and inviting the public to come along to see the displays -- Christmas trees, Santas, reindeer and more -- that she's been collecting for more than 37 years. Visitors are asked to make a gold coin donation and all the money raised will go to the hos- pital. They can walk through her garden to check out all things Christmas then step inside her garage to see fairies and train sets and move on through her hallway and into the lounge for more fes- tive treats. The Christmas Lights Show is on at 1 Eban Jane Way, Weymouth, and is open to the public on tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday and again on December 10to12and17to24from9pmto midnight.
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