Manukau Courier : January 25th 2011
7 MANUKAU COURIER, JANUARY 25, 2011 NEWS Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Auckland Anniversary Collection dates for the Auckland Anniversary week vary across the region. Residents living in the former North Shore and Waitakere City Council areas have no changes to their collections for the Auckland Anniversary public holiday. Residents living in the following former council areas have a one-day later collection: • Auckland City Council • Manukau City Council • Franklin District Council • Papakura District Council. Your rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard will be collected one day later than normal. For information on the former Rodney District Council collections days, please visit the www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz keywords 'Rubbish and recycling'. For more information about any of the collections, please visit the council website or check your former council's rubbish and recycling calendar. Waitangi Day There are no changes to rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard collections for Waitangi Day as the public holiday falls on a Sunday. Public holiday rubbish, recycling and paper and cardboard collections RW_AK8754_MC PC Sales & Repairs No Fix No Fee Website Design and Development Network setup and repairs Hardware and Software Spyware/Virus removal WE CAN COME TO YOU 5/14 Avenue Road, Otahuhu (in the bus station) Ph: 09 270 0781 1/25 Bairds Road, Fairmall Otara Town Centre Ph: 09 272 3348 Shop 8D/130 Dawson Rd, Flatbush (inside Super Value) 67 East Tamaki Rd, Papatoetoe Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 0800 462 477 HOT 2011 New Year Deals! BUY 2 TYRES & GET A HALF PRICE WHEEL ALIGNMENT! BUY4TYRES&GETAFREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT! 175/70R13 only $79 205/65R15 only $109 215/45R17 only $139 265/70R16 only $219 Huge range of quality second hand tyres also available! PLUS Check us out online www.thetyrestore.co.nz for more monthly specials L LU C C P PL L L LU U U U USC Ch Muslims spread the message of peace A call for peace: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community's central missionary Shafiq-ur-Rehman, left, and national secretary propagation Mubarak Khan are spreading the word of peace on the streets of Manukau. Photo: MELISSA KINEALY By MELISSA KINEALY Acts of terrorism are unac- ceptable to Ahmadi Muslims in Manukau so they're doing something about it. More than 50 volunteers from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in south Auck- land have been taking to the streets doorknocking and dropping pamphlets about Islam to spread a message of peace. They want to give people an insight into what Islam is all about as part of a Muslims for Peace initiative. So far 7000 pamphlets have been distributed. The movement is being led by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, and is hap- pening worldwide in more than 195 countries. The community's national secretary propagation Muba- rak Khan says terrorism has tarnished the image of Islam and it's important to share information on its true teachings. Terrorism is un-Islamic'' and less than 1 percent of Muslims are involved in ter- rorism acts, he says. What people are doing is mixing the political conflicts with the religion.'' The community's central missionary Shafiq-ur-Reh- man says the information campaign is all about letting people know what the true Islam is and talking with the public is a personal way to share the message. This is a message of peace from Islam.'' He'll be speaking about the religion, beliefs and topics surrounding equality and jus- tice at community's annual conference in Manukau this weekend. Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for the 22nd Annual Convention 2011 (Jalsa Salana) on Saturday. The conference is open to the public with refreshments and lunch provided by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Com- munity. It starts at 10.30am at 20 Dalgety Drive, Manu- kau Contact the general sec- retary Dr Nadeem Ahmad on 021-2422-393 or email ophth email@example.com for more information or to RSVP. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a religious organisation acknowledged worldwide for its efforts to promote peace.
January 21st 2010
January 27th 2011