Manukau Courier : January 27th 2011
4 MANUKAU COURIER, JANUARY 27, 2011 NEWS MANUKAU AND NEWMARKET CAMPUS Gain the English language skills to live, study and work in New Zealand Certificate in ESOL These English language programme cater for students at all levels, from elementary to advanced. Full-time and part-time options available. Duration 18 weeks (7 February to 24 June 2011) Part-time evening programme (Manukau campus) Duration 9 weeks Tuesday and Thursdays, 5.30pm - 7.30pm Cost $254* *New Zealand permanent resident fee. 7563 000138 subs Do you want to improve your English? APPLY NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 Contact us now for a complete list of programmes or more information. 968 8748 | www.english.ac.nz Congratulations Does someone helpful you know deser ve a bouquet of flowers? If so we want to hear from you! Write a short note (no more than 50 words) telling us why you think they should recieve a bouquet of flowers. Send to "Thanks a Bunch" Manukau Courier, P.O Box 76-400 Manukau City. Don't forget to include your name and phone number and the address and phone number of the person you are nominating Flowers from Mangere Floral Studio 23 Coronation Rd, Mangere Bridge Ph 636 6291 Fx 636 5233 E firstname.lastname@example.org Great grandparents: This week's Thanks A Bunch Award was accepted by Pam Kool (with flowers) on behalf of herself and husband Jay. From left, daughter Jaylene with her son Waitai, grandson Dre and granddaughter Nature. Photo: DAVID TAURANGA This week's Thanks A Bunch goes to Pam and Jay Kool of Manurewa who was nominated by their eight-year-old granddaughter Nature, also of Manurewa. Nature writes: My name is Nature, I am eight years old and my mum Jaylene, two brothers Dre and Waitai and I live at my Nana and Papa's place. I would like to give some flowers to my Nana Pam and Papa Jay because they always take care of me and my family, and have been loving and caring after my brother Maru died last year. Nana and Papa are good to all people and always help others, even if they don't know them. I hope they can get some pretty flowers just to show them we are happy to have grandparents like them and love them heaps. Thank you Nana and Papa, love from Nature, Dre, Waitai and Maru.'' Get in now to have your vote People in the Botany electorate have just a few days left to enrol or update details to make voting easy in the March 5 by-election. February 1 is the cut- off to be sure of getting an EasyVote card in the mail and to get on to the printed electoral rolls used at polling places and for advance voting. Electoral registrar Maureen Hansen says anyone who's moved house or flat without updating their details needs to re-enrol. Most of those who aren't enrolled are aged 18 to 29. We are targeting these young people and I encourage them to get enrolled today,'' Mrs Hansen says. The March 5 by- election is to replace for- mer National MP Pansy Wong who resigned amid allegations of misuse of her taxpayer-funded travel perk. To get an enrolment form freetext your name and address to 3676, call 0800 ENROL NOW or visit www.elections. org.nz or any PostShop.
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