Manukau Courier : January 18th 2011
11 MANUKAU COURIER, JANUARY 18, 2011 NEWS EARN WHILE YOU LEARN Fit your studies around your job and family Flexible online learning Simply the BEST! Ivy Iva Qualification: Certificate in Business Administration Level 4 Position: Contracts Administrator Get qualified for a great job. ENROL TODAY! • Business • Computing • Business Administration • Freight Forwarding • Information Technology • Retail & Business • Tourism & Travel • Teacher Education BEST out performs all other education providers when it comes to delivering results for Pacific students. Visit www.best.ac.nz to see how BEST stacks up. Location: 267 Roscommon Rd, Wiri Telephone: 09 918 0500 • Viewing from 9am on day of sale • Opentothepublic • All makes and models • Trade-Ins,ExcessStock,Repo's PASSENGER & COMMERCIAL manheim.co.nz Enter Here 267 Roscommon Rd, Wiri BUDGET CAR AUCTION Large range of vehicles every Thursday at 12noon. 20 Moore St, Howick 537-3133 6 Ryan Place, Manukau 262-3768 102 King St, Pukekohe (09) 238-5457 192 Kitchener Rd, Milford 486-4558 Mail Orders to PO Box 900, Pukekohe (add $6.50 P&P) Or ph 262-3768 FROM Page 10 NOTICES Post-cancer exercise, Encore, a free YMCA exercise programme designed for women who have had breast cancer surgery at any time in their lives, runs every Wednesday for eight weeks from February 2, 7pm-9pm at Longford Park Village, Takanini. Based around pool and floor exercises and relaxation techniques, restores mobility, flexibility and confidence. For enrolment and medical approval forms contact local co-ordinator ph: 0800 ENCORE or see website www.akywca.org.nz to download the forms. Youthline, Youthline holds an eight-week personal development training course starting on February 7 in Old Papatoetoe. First step in the journey towards becoming a volunteer counsellor on the Youthline helpline. People can also choose to attend as a stand-alone course for personal growth, improved self awareness and communication skills. To register ph: 361-4170. Grey Power, Counties Manukau Grey Power meets on February 8, and the second Tuesday of every month, 10.30am at Tadmor House, Great South Rd, Manurewa. All welcome. Ph: John 266-7583 or Ron 267-2599. Scottish dancing, Hillpark Scottish Country Dancing Club beginners class starts on February 9, and the club meets every Wednesday from March 2, 7.30pm -8.30pm at Hillpark School hall, Grandvue Rd, Manurewa. Great aerobic exercise, good music, fun, social dancing, no partner or special clothes needed. Ph: Heather 267-6375 or Sylvia 266-4026. Music lessons, Kedgley Music Centre is taking late enrolments for its after-school music programme at Kedgley Intermediate School, enrolments close February 11 or before if classes fill. Classes run weekdays and Saturday mornings for primary and intermediate school children, starting from age 7. Lessons available in clarinet, drums, flute, guitar, keyboard, recorder, saxophone, singing, trumpet, ukulele and violin. Some instruments available for hire. Ph: 277-7043. Fertility support, Fertility NZ, the organisation that helps people with fertility issues, is running a contact group to help put people with fertility issues in touch with one another. Meets February 15 and 22 and March 1, 7.30pm- 9.30pm, in Remuera. Cost for three sessions is $10 pp or $20 per couple. Registrations essential, ph: 835-9812 or email: cg.fnzauckland@ gmail.com. Mystery tour, Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society holds a mystery bus trip on February 15 and invites friends, members and other historic societies to take part. Applications needed by February 4, so arrangements can be finalised. Ph: 636-7997 or 636-6260. Volunteers needed, Manurewa Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for volunteers and starts its next training course on March 8. As well as time volunteers need to have good listening skills and the ability and desire to learn. In return CAB provides training, supportive colleagues and real people with real issues. Ph: 266-5729 for more information.
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