Manukau Courier : March 3rd 2011
7 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 3, 2011 NEWS or 792 Great South Rd, Manukau Ph: 912-6964 $50,000 CASH & PRIZES THE SEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL SWIMWEAR MODELS Date for the competition FINAL Saturday 5th March 9pm Papatoetoe Dental Centre Looking for a gentle dentist? We are open 7 days Phone now 278 4830 1-375 Great South Road, Papatoetoe Dr Kiat Lin BDS Otago 0800 88 NZCC (6922) email@example.com www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply If you're 16 or 17, you could be eligible for our FREE one-year Youth Guarantee programme. Call us today to find out! 0800 88 NZCC Manukau Campus 8 Puhinui Rd Manukau 250 4652 FREE NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED for 16 & 17 year olds! TRAVEL ALLOWANCE* YOUR LIFE, YOUR WORLD, YOUR CAREER ICHM prepares students for the top end of the international hotel industry. To find out more about the only Swiss Hotel Association school outside Europe contact ICHM NZ Representative, Neil Lambie. www.rnliel.co.nz NZ Call Free 0800 284 246 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CRICOS Provider No: 02914G ICHM Pty Ltd ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA www.ichm.edu.au Promoting excellence Under way: Celebrating the launch of the Westpac Auckland South Business Awards are, from left: Kit Wong of Victory Investments, Audrey Williams from the Wiri Business Association, councillor Arthur Anae and Saam Sukumar from the Inland Revenue Department. The search is on to find the top business achiev- ers in south Auckland. The Westpac Auckland South Business Awards were launched last week by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, one of the Auckland Council s sub- sidiaries. They are free to enter and are now the only business awards for the south Auckland region. Mayor Len Brown says the awards recognise and celebrate success, encouraging businesses to prosper while ult- imately driving economic growth for the region. The business awards showcase the excellence that is being achieved by businesses, urban and rural, large and small, throughout Auckland s south. I urge businesses to take this opportunity to highlight their success and that of their busi- ness community as a whole through this in- itiative. This is a great chance to celebrate local people and a local focus. Entries close on June 3. The awards culminate in a gala dinner at Manukau s TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre on August 12. Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development staff are available to assist with entries. This year s awards fea- ture expanded categories and eligibility areas that recognise all sizes of businesses from those with a handful of staff through to major organ- isations. Eight businesses were honoured as winners in 2010, from stalwart Bluebird Foods through to Envirofert, a resource recovery business and entertainment experi- ence venue Spookers. Visit www.em.org.nz/ awards information. Popular mechanics The popular free mech- anics course run by Manukau New Life Church is on again. It s a practical course but places are limited to 25 -- anyone is welcome to apply. All those who complete the course successfully will get a certificate. The free course starts on March 24, at 7pm and runs for two hours on four consecutive Thurs- day nights, finishing with a Saturday morning workshop. Go to the church website at http:/ /mnl.org.nz/ or phone 267-2786 to register for the course. Pink caps pump up breast cancer funds Turning tyres pink has raised money that will help save lives. A cheque for $158,524 has been given to the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation fol- lowing last year s suc- cessful Firestone Pink Cap Drive campaign where Bridgestone sold pink tyre valve caps for $2.Foundation chief executive Evangelia Henderson says the money will go towards a national community edu- cation programme which aims to reduce the risk of breast cancer.
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