Manukau Courier : December 14th 2010
6 MANUKAU COURIER, DECEMBER 14, 2010 NEWS * Lot of FREE giveaways in store * We do bulk order delivery * Talk to us about our bulk order deals * EFTPOS/CREDIT CARD Accepted Bairds Road Discount Liquor Centre 127 Bairds Road, Otara Shopping Mall (opp East Tamaki Medical Centre) Ph. 2740721 Savill Liquor Centre 1 Savill Drive, Mangere East (behind Burger King) Ph. 2767317 Codys 8% Bourbon/ Raspberry 12 pack Cans Only Vodka Cruiser 8% 12pk Cans Only Cindys Screwdriver 8% 12 pack Cans Only Pulse 7% 4pk Cans Only Woodstock 5% 18 pack Bottles Only Carlsberg 15pk Bottles Only Woodstoc 8% 440ml 4 pack Cans Only $20 per box $22 per box $18 per box $8 per pack $28 per box $23 per box $11 per pack $20 And receive 2 FREE SH Spend over $20 on Woodstock &gointhe draw to win this chair Spend over $20 on Woodstock &gointhe draw to win this chair Canterbury Cream Original & Wild Berry 2 bottles for CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Lots tock k k k k ve2 E SHOTSS S S S S S S S S S S S S S TEMPORARY TRAIN TIMETABLES FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS All services have holiday timetables while Auckland's rail network is prepared for electrification. 26 December -- Sunday 9 January 2011 • On Christmas Day there are no trains or rail buses • Normal rail timetables resume Monday 17 January 2011 • Find your best transport option and full timetable information at maxx.co.nz Monday 10 -- Sunday 16 January 2011 BUSES REPLACE TRAINS: BUSES REPLACE ALL AUCKLAND TRAINS WESTERN LINE SOUTHERN LINE ONEHUNGA LINE EASTERN LINE KIWIRAIL, AUCKLAND TRANSPORT AND VEOLIA TRANSPORT THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE IMPROVE AUCKLAND'S RAIL NETWORK. PAPAKURA -- BRITOMART (via Glen Innes) PAPAKURA -- OTAHUHU SOUTHERN LINE EASTERN LINE VTX10SN Aces high: Michelle Kidd plays a friendly hand of cards with Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club poker convener David Brown at Kidz First Children's Hospital. Mock poker pays off Knowing when to hold em and when to fold em has paid off big time for children s health, even if the cards were being dealt for fun. Manurewa Cosmopoli- tan Club s poker section invited other clubs and a handful of celebrities to stake their reputations on a fundraiser for Kidz First Children s Hos- pital. Sir John Walker attended the high rolling Sunday afternoon ses- sion although the novice card player confessed the game of poker was new to him. Club poker convener David Brown says the social afternoon was all about having fun and there was no money in the pot. More than 70 friendly punters from the greater Auckland region raised $2000, which Mr Brown handed over to Michelle Kidd from South Auck- land Health Foundation at Kidz First. The money has funded a new pulse oximeter for little patients. The medical device indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of a child s blood and staff can see the levels at all times. Kidz First service manager Marlene Strat- ton says different con- nections are needed for the paediatric pulse oximeter. They are used all of the time and are part of daily practice, Mrs Stratton says. When children are admitted to the children s hospital they are monitored with the non-invasive equipment -- especially when they have respiratory con- ditions such as pneu- monia, bronchiolitis or asthma. Medical staff can then determine if the child requires oxygen.
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