Manukau Courier : February 10th 2011
6 MANUKAU COURIER, FEBRUARY 10, 2011 NEWS CERTIFICATE IN LOGISTICS • Graduates can work in a range of areas within the logistics industry, including transport and warehousing. • Full-time (one semester) or part-time (two years) • Available at MIT's Manukau Campus 0800 62 62 52 • www.manukau.ac.nz The number of jobs in Logistics are heading in one direction 7722 000150 subs Great North Rd and Meola Rd Western Springs Auckland 0800 MOTATNZ (0800 668 286) www.motat.org.nz Overview What you'll study reports Entry details Youth Guarantee CERTIFICATE IN SPORTS, FITNESS AND HEALTH LEVEL 2 Quick facts Duration: Start: Fees: Time: NEVILLE ROGERS CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE For further information contact Congratulations Does someone helpful you know deserve 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 Thanks a bunch: Pisila Maka of Otahuhu. Photo: TROELS SOMMERVILLE Kind and helpful This week's Thanks A Bunch goes to Pisila Maka from Otahuhu. She's nominated by her niece Brianna Ngalu, who writes: My auntie deserves a bunch of flowers because she is a very kind, helpful and generous person. She always pre- pares delicious food for mynanaandisabig help in celebrations and troubled times. She makes people feel welcome and always has a bright smile on her face.'' Buckle kids in car seats Plunket is urging drivers and parents to keep kids safe as they head back to school. Getting kids off to school can be a busy and emotional time for parents, national child safety adviser Sue Campbell says. But it's also about remembering to buckle children in every time they are riding in the car. No matter how short the journey, your child still needs to be restrained in a car seat or booster seat.'' Child restraint tech- nicians at Plunket's car seat rental scheme, hire outlets and retailers can give advice on the best car seat for a child's age and weight, and for the type of car. Not all car seats fit all vehicles so it is really important to try it in your vehicle before you buy or hire it, be sure to read the manual and fol- low the instructions for installing it.'' The safest place for all car seats is in the back seat, away from airbags in car dashboards.
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