Manukau Courier : March 15th 2011
10 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 15, 2011 NEWS 65 RAGLAN ST. MANGERE EAST OPEN 7 DAYS Mon-Fri 6am - 8.30pm Sat-Sun 7am - 8.30pm Specials End This Sunday We reserve the right to correct any errors or misprints Size 6 Eggs (30 in tray) Potatoes 10kg Chicken Backs 8kg Tahitian Chestnuts (IVI or EFE) 500g Fijian Casava Simply White Sugar 25kg 20kg Flour $17.99 bag $56.99 bag $11.50 box $5.99 bag $2.99 bag $19.99 bag $45.50 bag $4.69 tray $5.99 bag Sunwhite Medium Grain Rice 25kg Chicken Thighs 4kg 18ct YG ½ ct Total Diamond Gents Ring Was $2995 NOW $599 (one only) 18ct WG ½ ct Total Diamond Ladies Ring Was $3199 NOW $999 (one only) Assorted Sterling Silver Jewellery Were up to $199 NOW from $25 to $79 ALL STOCK REDUCED SHOP 23 WESTFIELD MANUKAU CITY TEL. 09 263 7980 STOCKTAKE SALE Starts 9am Thurs 17 March to Thurs 31 March 185-201 Great South Road, Manurewa. www.southmall.co.nz | T: 267 0458 Proudly Managed by Colliers International Property Management GREAT PRICES GREAT LOCATION OVER 40 STORES SPECIAL OF THE WEEK NOS Nitrogen Energy drink 500ml -$1.00 New World Phone: 266 5151 Southmall Jewellers Phone: 267 6257 Elva's Café Phone: 267 7570 Quick Money Phone: 268 6677 Dollar Dealers Ph: 264 0873 The Cutting Zone Phone: 267 4639 Print & Stitch Phone: 267 2968 10-70% off on Watches 10-50% off on 9ct Gold Rings Also available ALL BLACKS brand watches in store now SPECIAL Coffee and cake/slice $5.00* Open Mon- Fri 8am-5pm & Sat 8.30am -2pm *Mention this advert to receive special. Cash loans & Second Hand Goods Phone Graeme & Jocelyn Griggs Dollar Dealers help you, buy, sell or loan. Broken, unwanted gold, diamonds, rings, chains anything. We pay the most, Instant Cash! We've changed our name, but our dedicated team remains the same. We still offer professional and friendly service in the heart of Manurewa. Be sure to look out for our opening specials. C' n C' Salon Customised designs for locals. Team number & names, caps, beanies, t-shirts, polo's, hoodies, sweats, jackets and mugs. 20% off embroidery on school uniforms. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Shop & Save Southmall with NOTICES Jobs workshop, Free employment workshops for migrants seeking professional employment will be held March 16, 9.30am-2pm at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Osterley Way. Workshops cover job search skills and advice for job seekers. Ph: 263-5490. Toastmasters, MITe Speakers Toastmasters Club meets March 16 and every second Wednesday, 6.30pm at Manukau Institute of Technology, room ND301. Visitors welcome Ph: Lance 027-241-4805. Lupus support, Lupus Care and Support meets March 16, 7.30pm at the Manukau SuperClinic, Great South Rd, Manurewa. Guest speaker is ophthalmologist Dianne Sharp. Supper, gold coin donation, all welcome. Ph: Paula 267-1520 or Maureen 535-9240. Bird club, The Auckland Metro Bird Club meets March 16, 7.30pm in the Panmure Community Rooms, Pilkington Rd. Guest speaker, supper and general chat to follow. Ph: Dave 576-2535. Blended families, The Parenting Place holds a blended family seminar March 16, 7.30pm-9pm. Step families can learn practical strategies for step-parenting, discipline, loyalties and how to help children adjust. $10. To register ph: 524-0025. Musical babies, Thursdays, 9.45am-11am at St Lukes Anglican Church, corner of Weymouth and Russell roads. Mothers with pre-schoolers welcome to come along to this fun and educational music session, followed by a cup of tea and a chat. Cost is $2 per family. Ph: Angela 268-8058. Cellphone workshop, Age Concern Counties Manukau holds Cellphones for Seniors workshops, 10am-noon on March 17 and March 24 at St John's Community Centre, 120 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe. Learn how to use your cellphone, from the basics to texting and using the camera. Bring your mobile phone, user book and reading glasses. Workshops are free but donations towards costs gratefully received. Morning tea provided. Numbers limited, booking essential. Ph: 279-4331 ext 800. Village music, Mangere Bridge Village's free summer entertainment on March 17 features Drops of Brandy Irish Band, 6.30pm-9pm outside 26-28 Coronation Rd, March 17. Ph: 636-7491. Budgeting course, Manukau City Baptist Church holds a free budgeting course over three Thursday nights, starting March 17, at 7pm in the church's Lifecare Centre, 9 Lambie Drive, Manukau. Learn how to do your own budget and make it work. Registration essential, ph: 278-8998. Book club, Mangere Bridge Library Book Club meets on March 17 and every third Thursday of the month, 7pm. Wear or bring something green. Author Robina Adamson will talk about her book. Ph: 636-6797. Bridge club, Manurewa Bridge Club offers lessons for anyone interested in playing social bridge on Thursdays at 7.15pm at the Manurewa Baptist Church Hall, 9 Lupton Rd, Manurewa. Ph: Ian or Lorna 263-9562. Meditation, The Art of Living Foundation, an international charitable organisation that promotes health and well being, offers a workshop in breathing techniques and meditation March 18-20 at at Randwick Park, Manurewa. For details ph: Veenaa 021-101-9132 or 269-8079 after hours. Seniors meet, Evergreens meets on March 18 and every third Friday of the month, noon-2.15pm at Elim Church, 44 Weymouth Rd, Manurewa. Non-denominational group of people aged 55-plus from a variety of churches meet for fellowship, old hymns and choruses, plus speaker or entertainment. Please bring a plate of finger food for shared lunch. The group has been going for 16 years. Ph: 276-1379. Garage sale, Papatoetoe Lions Club is now seeking donations for its monster garage sale on March 19, 7am at 25 Acacia Court, Kolmar Rd. For collection ph: John 267-7805 or David 266-5501. Car boot sale, St Paul's Church holds a car boot sale on March 19, 8am in the church grounds, 141 Chapel Rd, East Tamaki. Proceeds go towards the restoration of the historic church. Ph: Strett 274-3460. Garden and laughter, Manukau Garden, Laughter and Food Processing Club open every Saturday, 10am- noon at Stadium Reserve, Tavern Lane, Papatoetoe, behind the Allan Brewster Centre. Talks on topical garden subjects, seed potato sales during October, pest identification clinic, laughter yoga sessions, food processing demonstrations, gardening literature. Ph: Jayne 264-1564 evenings. Teaching gardens, Manukau Teaching Gardens project holds open days for new learning to grow students on March 19, March 21 and March 26, 10am-noon at Middlemore Park, 67R Swaffield Rd, Papatoetoe. Learn to grow your own vegetables, everything provided. Ph: Rosemary 278-2223. Garden open days, Old Central School Teaching Gardens holds open days for new learning to grow students on March 19, March 21 and March 26, 10am-noon at the gardens, Massey Rd, Mangere. Ph: Yvonne 636-5096. Floral art, Otahuhu Garden and Floral Arts Social Club meets on March 19, and every third Saturday of the month, 2pm. Venue changes each month. Friendly, fun group, share suggestions, hints and cuttings, ikebana demonstrations and floral arrangement competitions. All welcome. Ph: Jaynee 270-2612. Scots meet, The Robbie Burns Association holds a social afternoon of poetry, music, song and piping on March 19, 2pm at the Masonic Lodge, Grey St, Onehunga. Ph: Dave 576-5985. Community dance, Zena and Ken's Community Dance, March 19, 7.30pm-10.30pm at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Rd, Pakuranga. Modern sequence, old-time, new vogue, ballroom and latin, $8 includes home-baked supper. Ph: Zena or Ken 278-7418. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club holds its club day on March 20, 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. Door fee $3. Ph: 279-4268. Indoor bowls, Papatoetoe Hunters Corner Indoor Bowls start on March 21, 12.45pm for 1pm start at Papatoetoe Hunters Corner Bowling Club, Great South Rd. Ph: Elaine 278-3820 or Ken 278-3339.
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