Manukau Courier : February 1st 2011
8 MANUKAU COURIER, FEBRUARY 1, 2011 NEWS Bridge Protection Work East Tamaki to Highbrook NZTA_ETH MC_01 The NZ Transport Agency wishes to advise motorists there will be significant delays on SH1, northbound and southbound, between East Tamaki interchange and Highbrook interchange, starting the evening of Sunday 23 January. These closures will be in place so bridge protection work can be carried out on Bairds Road and East Tamaki bridges. The work will be carried out at night between the hours of 9pm and 5am, due to reduced traffic volumes and to minimise disruption to road users. We expect the work will take around 7 weeks to complete, and the following closures will be in place during this time: Week 1, 2 & 3 -- full closure northbound and southbound lanes -- follow signposted detours Weeks 4 - 7 -- one or more lanes closed northbound and southbound lanes -- motorway still open Please note that detours could add up to 5 minutes to standard journey times. 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Orchid society, The South Auckland Orchid Society meets tonight, February 1, and the first Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, East St, Papakura. All welcome. Ph: John 276-7617. Indian seniors, Indian seniors meet every Wednesday, 9.30am-12.15pm at Selwyn Centre, 5 Landscape Rd, Papatoetoe. Friendship, gentle exercise, morning tea , laughter and fun. Transport can be arranged. All Indian seniors welcome. Ph: George 250-4772. Reading classes, Free reading and writing classes every Wednesday and Friday morning at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre, 372 Massey Rd. Ph: 275-6161. U3A, Papatoetoe U3A meets tomorrow, February 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 9.45am at Acacia Court Hall, 25 Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe. Guest speaker is Greg Smith on the historical landscapes of volcanoes. Ph: Elaline 278-3601. Breast screening, Free breast screening for women aged 45-69 at BreastScreen Counties Manukau's mobile clinic, from tomorrow February 2-25, in the carpark next to the clock tower in Otara Town Centre. For an appointment ph: 0800-270-200. U3A, Papatoetoe U3A meets tomorrow, February 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 9.45am at Acacia Court Hall, 25 Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe. Guest speaker. Ph: Elaline 278-3601. Ranger walks, Auckland Council park rangers host a free walk and talk at the Maraetai Walkway at Beachlands tomorrow, February 2, 9.30am. Bookings essential, ph: 301-0101. 60s Up, The South Auckland branch of the 60s Up Movement meets tomorrow, February 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 10am in Methodist Church hall, corner of Alfriston and Great South roads, Manurewa. Interesting speakers, bus trips and monthly lunches. All welcome. Ph: Betty 266-6860 or Mavis 266 -9806. Parenting class, Free positive parenting workshops at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre. Ph: 275-6161. Grandparents, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren support group meets tomorrow, February 2, and the first Wednesday of the month, 10am-noon at PACT, 311 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe. Ph Virginia: 256-1620. Toastmasters, MITe Speakers Toastmasters Club meets tomorrow, February 2, and every second Wednesday, 6.30pm at Manukau Institute of Technology, Room ND301. Develop confidence in a friendly atmosphere. Visitors welcome Ph: Lance 027-241-4805. 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 tomorrow, 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 coordinator ph: 0800 ENCORE or see website www.akywca. org.nz to download the forms. Book Bites, Manukau City Centre Library's Book Bites morning tea on February 3 at 10am features guest speaker Lam Song who talks about Chinese New Year and culture. All welcome. Ph: Shanta 262-1819. Business tax, Free business taxation clinic for migrants on February 3 at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau. Clinics cover GST, income tax, PAYE and KiwiSaver. Mandarin, Cantonese and English available. Ph: 263-5490. Kiwanis, Papatoetoe Kiwanis meets on February 3, and every first and third Thursday of the month, 6.30pm at the Papatoetoe Cosmopolitan Club, Dunnotar Rd. Kiwanis is a service organisation focused on the needs of children. New members welcome. Ph: Ken or Pat 266-7744. Singles meet, New Horizons singles friendship group for people aged 40 to 60 holds its club and new members night on February 3, and the first Thursday of every month, 7pm at Barrel Inn, Cook St, Howick. Monthly programmes of barbecues, outings, dinners, film etc. Come along and meet new friends. Ph: Ingrid 266-8118. Ratepayers meet, Weymouth Citizens and Ratepayers meet on February 3, and every first Thursday of the month, 7pm at Beihlers Rd Community Hall, Weymouth. All welcome. Ph: Fred 268-2005. Ladies Probus, Papatoetoe West Ladies Probus Club meets on February 4, 10am, at the Methodist Centre, Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe. Guest speaker each month and morning tea. Any women interested in enjoying the company of other women are welcome. Ph: Judith 279-9677. Community dance, Zena and Ken's Community Dance is on February 4, 12.30pm-3pm at Pakuranga Community Hall, 346 Pakuranga (next to KFC). Modern sequence, old time, new vogue. Cost $5 includes home-baked afternoon tea. All welcome. Ph: Zena or Ken 278-7418. Country market, Alfriston Country Market is on February 5, and the first Saturday of the month, 9am-noon, corner of Mill and Alfriston roads. Gifts, goodies, plants, new clothing, refreshments and more. Stall spaces available. The market is run by volunteers and profits are donated to charity. Ph: Gendy 266-5134. Salsa workshop, Two-hour salsa workshop special on February 5 and 12, 1pm-3pm at Manurewa Recreation Centre, Frances St. Open level workshop for the first hour, salsa combo session for the second, $15 per person. Historical society, Manurewa Historical Society meets on February 5, and every first Saturday of the month, 1.30pm in the theatre, Nathan Homestead, Hill Rd. Guest speaker, new members welcome. Ph: Olga 266-7711. Genealogy, Papatoetoe Genealogy meets on February 5, 1pm at The Depot, 91 Cambridge Tce. Guest speaker, door charge $3 for members, $4 visitors. All welcome. Ph: Lorraine 276-8426. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club holds its club day on February 6, 1pm- 4pm in the Holy Cross Parish hall, corner St George St and Carruth Rd, Papatoetoe. Friendly atmosphere, afternoon tea and plenty of good music with a live band. Ph: 279-4268. Golf croquet, The Manurewa Croquet Club runs golf croquet at the club in Russell Rd, Manurewa. It's suitable for all ages and is easy to learn to play. No special clothing required apart from flat-soled shoes. For information about times and days ph: Paddy 267-3211 or Eleanor 268-2245. Scrabble club, Holy Cross Scrabble Club holds its first 2011 meeting on February 7 and then meets every Monday, 12.45pm at the community house, 64 Fairview Rd, next to the Holy Cross Church. New players welcome. Ph: 278-4595. Scouts, St George Scouts meet at Guide Place, off Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe. Keas age 5-7 Mondays 5pm; Cubs age 8-11 Mondays 6.30pm; Scouts age 12-14 Wednes- days 6.30pm; Venturers age 14-18 Tuesdays 7pm-9pm; $35 per term per child, discounts for family and payment plans available. Ph: 278-2755. Youthline, Youthline holds an eight-week personal develop- ment 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 commun- ication skills. To register ph: 361-4170. Exercise class, Gentle exercise class to music for seniors every Tuesday from February 8, 10.15am at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church hall, 150 Great South Rd, Manurewa. Easy fun exercise aimed at the senior age group. Cost $5 a session. Tea and biscuits afterwards. Ph: Kath 298-4577. Tea & trains, Old Papatoetoe Railway Station's By The Rails morning tea is on February 8, 10am-11.30am at the station, corner of Tavern Lane and St George St, Papatoetoe. Tea or coffee with a muffin or scone. Proceeds to Railway Preservation Trust. Line dancing, Line dancing classes on Tuesdays and Fridays,10am-noon at Weymouth Cosmopolitan Club, Sykes Rd, Weymouth. Ph: Lyn 266-3315. Grey Power, Counties Manukau Grey Power branch committee meets on February 8, and the second Tuesday of every month, 11am at Tadmor House, Great South Rd, Manurewa. Ph: John 266-7583 or Ron 267-2599. English classes, Free English language classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre: Ph: 275-6161.
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