Manukau Courier : March 1st 2011
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We expect the work will take around 7 weeks to complete, and the following closures will be in place during this time: Feb 28 to March 10 - full closure northbound and southbound lanes -- follow signposted detours When possible - one or more lanes closed northbound and southbound -- motorway still open Please note that detours could add up to 5 minutes to standard journey times. For updates and information about these works, or any other motorway issues please call Auckland Motorways on 09 5200 200. Target Education aiming for success For more information phone or visit us at: 21 Charles Street Papatoetoe. Ph: 277-6872 Free Courses Employment English TEC eligibility criteria applies (NZQA Accredited) We are offering a free 26 week programme to help you in the following areas: Listening and Speaking Job Interview Skills & CV Reading and Writing Skills Numeracy Job Search 3502231AA Are you looking for childcare? We have Educators available to look after your child now!! 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Orchid society, The South Auckland Orchid Society meets tonight, March 1, and the first Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, East St, Papakura. All welcome. Ph: John 276-7617. Al-Anon, Family groups for relatives and friends of problem drinkers meets Tuesdays 8pm-9pm, St Johns Presbyterian Church hall, 120 Great South Rd, Hunters Corner. Parking at back of hall. Ph: Kay 276-8506, Pauline 268-2608. Indian seniors, Meet every Wednesday, 9.30am-12.15 pm at Selwyn Centre, 5 Landscape Rd, Papatoetoe. All Indian seniors welcome. Ph: George 250-4772. U3A, Papatoetoe U3A meets March 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 9.45am at Acacia Court Hall, 25 Kolmar Rd, Paptoetoe. Guest speaker is Herby Baines from Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust. Ph: Elaline 278-3601. 60s Up, The South Auckland branch of the 60s Up Movement meets March 2, and every first Wednesday of the month, 10am in Methodist Church hall, corner of Alfriston and Great South Rds, Manurewa. All welcome. Ph: Betty 266-6860 or Mavis 266 -9806. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Support group meets March 2, and the first Wednesday of the month, 10am-12 noon at P.A.C.T, 311 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe. Ph Virginia: 256-1620. Yuan ji dancing, Clover Park Community House holds yuan ji dancing exercise classes every Wednesday at 12.30pm at 16a Israel Ave, Clover Park. Open to all ages. Ph: Terri 263-8261. Games group, Scrabble and rummy group meets March 2, and every first and third Wednesday of the month, 1.30pm-3.30pm at Mangere Presbyterian Church hall, corner Jordan and Kirkbride roads, Mangere. All welcome. Papatoetoe Chess Club, Meets every Wednesday at Papatoetoe Bowling Club, 84 Cambridge Terrace, juniors (6 years and over) 6.15pm. Seniors 7.30pm. $2 per night. Ph: 278-4520 for information. Toastmasters, MITe Speakers Toastmasters Club meets March 2, and every second Wednesday, 6.30pm at Manukau Institute of Technology, Room ND301. Visitors welcome Ph: Lance 027-241-4805. Scottish dancing, Hillpark Scottish Country Dancing Club meets every Wednesday from March 2, 7.30pm -8.30pm at Hillpark School hall, Grandvue Rd, Manurewa. No partner needed. Ph: Heather 267-6375 or Sylvia 266-4026. Bark sale, Manurewa Lions are selling 50 ltr bags of bark for $9, free delivery in Manurewa. Ph: Ricky 266-7884 or Noel 274-0609. Book Bites, Manukau City Centre Library's Book Bites morning tea on March 3, 10am features guest speaker archaeologist Brigid Gallagher. Ph: Shanta 262-1819. Business tax, Free business taxation clinic for migrants on March 3, at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau. Clinics cover GST, income tax, PAYE and KiwiSaver. Make an appointment, ph: 263-5490. Kiwanis, Papatoetoe Kiwanis meet on March 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. Ph: Ken or Pat 266-7744. Village music, Mangere Bridge Village's free summer entertainment features live music 6.30pm-9pm outside the cafes 26-28 Coronation Rd. March 3: The Acoustic DeSotos. Ph: 636-7491. Ratepayers meet, Weymouth Citizens and Ratepayers, Meet on March 3, and every first Thursday of the month, 7pm at Beihlers Rd Community Hall, Weymouth. All welcome. Ph: Fred 268-2005. Singles meet, New Horizons singles friendship group, For people aged 40-60, club and new members night on March 3, and the first Thursday of every month, 7pm at Barrel Inn, Cook St, Howick. Monthly programmes of barbecues, outings, dinners, film, etc. Ph: Ingrid on 266 8118. Music lessons, Affordable trumpet and ukulele tuition for children aged 8 to year 8 is available at Kedgley Music Centre. Ph: 277-7043. Ecumenical service, A World Day of Prayer service will be held on March 4, 10am morning tea, 10.30am service at Papatoetoe Seventh Day Adventist Church, 14 Puhinui Rd. All faiths welcome. Ladies Probus, Papatoetoe West Ladies Probus Club, Meets March 4, 10am, at the Methodist Centre, Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe. Guest speaker each month and morning tea. Ph: Judith 279-9677. Storytime, Manurewa Library on Hill Rd holds a storytime for preschoolers every Friday at 10.30am. Come along, join in the fun of story, rhyme, and music. Refreshments for parents. Ph: 262-5420. Prayer day, A World Day of Prayer service with the theme How Many Loaves Have You? will be held on March 4, 7pm at Mangere Bridge Community Church, McIntyre Rd. All welcome. Ph: 636-8991. A World Day of Prayer service will be held on March 4, 7.30pm at Manurewa Methodist Church, corner Great South and Alfriston roads, All welcome. Ph: 267-6125. Women's Day, National Council of Women's Manukau branch holds an International Women's Day breakfast on March 5, 7.45am at the Salvation Army Centre, 16D Bakerfield Place, Manukau. Cost $15. For catering purposes RSVP by March 1, ph: 250-4646. Car boot sale, Connect Baptist Church (formerly Manukau Central Baptist Church) car boot sale on March 5, from 7.30am, rain or shine, at 75 Everglade Drive, Manukau. Lions barbecue and Red Sofa Cafe open. Spaces $5, bookings essential. Ph: Mike 297-7831. School gala, Stall sites available for Reremoana School's gala on March 5. $20 per site. No food stalls please. Ph: Susan on 268-4686 or 021-914849. Market day, Mangere Bridge's Riding Therapy School for the Disabled annual fundraising market day and car boot sale on March 5, 8.30am-12.30pm at the school on Wellesley Rd. New and preloved goods, pony rides, sausage sizzle, cake stall, plants, entertainment. Country market Alfriston, March 5, and every first Saturday of the month, 9am- noon, corner of Mill and Alfriston Rds. 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. Home buying workshop, Free workshop for migrants thinking of buying their own home on March 5, 9am-4pm at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way. To register ph: 263-5490. Ghana celebrates, The Ghanaian Association of New Zealand invites all Ghanaians in Auckland to celebrate Ghana's 54th Independence Anniversary with a gala soccer tournament on March 5, 1pm at Riversdale Park, Avondale, RSVP Charles 021-036-8276. Dance night, Manurewa Caledonian Society holds its monthly dance on March 5, 8pm at Hillpark School Hall, Grandvue Rd, Manurewa. All ages. Ph Pat 298-4818 or Stewart 267-5307. Children's Day, Manurewa Recreation Centre celebrates Children's Day on March 6, 10am-2pm. Free events including games, colouring competitions. Ph: 276-4646. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club club day on March 6, 1pm-4pm in the Holy Cross Parish hall, corner St George St and Carruth Rd, Papatoetoe. Afternoon tea. Door fee $3. Ph: 279-4268. Museum open, Papatoetoe Historical Society museum, Open on March 6, and every first Sunday of the month, 2pm-4pm at 91 Cambridge Tce. Local history and special farming display. Entry $2 adult, $1 child. Ph: Allan 278-0560. Free playgroup, St Johns Community Centre Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm during term time, at 120 Great South Rd, Hunters Corner. Children from newborn to 5 years of age are able to play and learn together. Ph: 278-2746. Scrabble club, Holy Cross Scrabble Club meets every Monday, 12.45pm at the community house, 64 Fairview Rd next to the Holy Cross Church. New players welcome. Ph: Ph: 278-4595. Inline hockey, Sabres Inline Hockey Club starts its junior coaching on March 7, 5pm- 6pm at 33 Wallace Rd, Papatoetoe. Bring skates, helmets and $5. Ph: Maud 278-5783. Youthline, Youthline holds an eight-week group dynamics training course starting March 8 in Old Papatoetoe. Practical training and experience in the facilitation of groups. To register ph 361-4170. Seniors exercise, Gentle exercise class every Tuesday, 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. Ph: Kath 298-4577. Grey Power, Counties Manukau Grey Power meets on March 8, and the second Tuesday of every month, 11am at Tadmor House, Great South Rd, Manurewa. All welcome. Ph: John 266-7583 or Ron 267-2599. Shrove Tuesday, Papatoetoe Lions Club Shrove Tuesday Festival on March 8, 6pm-8pm in the carpark behind the library. Pancake and egg-and- spoon races, barbecue, candyfloss, sideshows with prizes for all, car boot sales. Ph: 278-0514 or 278-4292.
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