Manukau Courier : March 6th 2014
www.manukaucourier.co.nz Public Notices EastTamakiRugbyFootballClub Junior Registrations2014 We are commencing Registrations for U/6 to U/13. The following days we continue to register at these times until the end of April 2014: Tuesdays - 4.30pm to 6pm Thursdays - 4.30pm to 6pm Saturdays - 9am to 1pm Birth certificates or passports if a new player. Payment is required when you register. At the East Tamaki Domain Contact Pat Taka 021 175 2394 Public Notices Section 101, Sale andSupply of Alcohol Act2012 General Limited, PUBLICNOTICE Application for renewal of offlicence incorporated company having its registered office at Auckland has made application to the District Licensing Committee at Auckland for the renewal of its off-licence in respect of the premises situated at 652 Great South Road, Manukau, Auckland known as Countdown. The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is that of a supermarket. The days on which and the hours during which alcohol is sold under the licence are: Monday to Sunday 7.00am – 11.00pm for consumption off the premises. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the office of the Auckland District Licensing Committee at Manukau Distributors a duly TERMS AND CONDITIONS These conditions apply to all advertising in this publication unless we have agreed other terms in writing with the advertiser (“you”) 1. In accepting an advertisement for publication and in publishing it we are doing so in consideration of and in reliance on your express warranty, the truth of which is essential: a.That the advertisement does not contain anything that: (i) is misleading deceptive or likely to mislead or deceive or which otherwise breaches the Fair ADVERTISING Trading Services Centre, Auckland Council, Ground Level, Kotuku House, Osterley Way, Manukau, Auckland. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the renewal of the licence may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Committee at Auckland Council, Private Bag 92300, Auckland. No objection to the renewal of a licence may be made in relation to a matter other than a matter specified in section 131 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. This notice was first published on 27 February 2014. Customer Act 1986; (ii) is defamatory, indecent or which otherwise offends against generally accepted community standards; (iii) infringes copyright, a trademark or otherwise infringes any intellectual or industrial property rights; (iv) breaches any provision of any statute, regulation, by-law or other rule of law; and b. That the advertisement complies in every way with the Advertising Codes of Practice issued by the Advertising Standards Authority and with all other standards relating to advertising in New Zealand; and c. Publication of the advertisement will not give rise to liability on our part, or in a claim against us. 2. You agree to indemnify us against all losses or costs arising directly or indirectly from any breach of the warranties above and from any costs incurred in making corrections or amendments in accordance with the terms that follow. 3.By supplying or placing an advertisement for publication you grant us a perpetual, royalty free license to reproduce the advertisement in any print or electronic advertising media we offer advertisers now or in the future. 4. Where the advertiser uses our creative services in the design or production of an advertisement (including photographic or design work) you acknowledge we own the copyright in such work and that such work is not work for which a commissioning payment has been agreed. 5.We may amend advertisements for style or other genuine reasons using reasonable care, refuse to publish without reason, and may publish on the next available day if there is an error or delay in publication of the ad as booked. 6.We may take orders for specific spaces (space orders). The space may only be used by you for advertising your usual business and may not be transferred by you to another person. 7. The guarantees contained in the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 are excluded where you acquire goods or services from us for the purpose of a business. 8. You must tell us as soon as possible if there is an error or omission in any advertisment. We will not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss, (which includes loss of revenue or profit) from any error, or omission or failure to publish. If we are found to have any direct liability, it is limited to the cost of the space of the advertisement. 9. All DVDs, blu-ray disks and videos, and any other restricted publications advertised for sale must include its Classification as determined by the NZ Classification Office and may be advertised only in accordance with the conditions imposed by the Classification Office. We may require written evidence of New Zealand Classification ratings and Classification Office conditions for each DVD, video or any publication. 10. To cancel an advertisement a cancellation number must be obtained from us at least three days prior to publication. Cancellations, which occur inside of the three-day working period, may incur a 100% penalty. 11. Advertisements are charged in accord with the published rate card at the time of publishing, unless otherwise agreed in writing by us. Rate card adjustments apply to space orders for ads appearing up to 28 days after an adjustment. Space order rates are not reduced if the space is not used. To cancel an ad a cancellation number must be obtained. 12. GST will be added to all advertising except for non-NZ based clients. Payment is due seven days after the invoice date unless otherwise authorised. In the event of late payment the advertiser will be liable for market rate interest and all collection costs. 13. All casual advertising must be prepaid prior to publication.Payment by credit card for casual advertising is accepted. 14. We may provide guidelines to be followed where you include internet addresses in advertising. SPORT MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 6, 2014 SCOREBOARD RESULTS Grammar Carlton 46 Manukau Rovers 17; Waitemata 33 Otahuhu 8; University 44 Papatoetoe 10; Marist 52 East Tamaki 0. Draw (Pollard Cup): Manukau v Maungarua, Williams Park, Mangere. Otahuhu v East Tamaki, Norana Park, Mangere. Papatoetoe bye. Draw (Waka Nathan Challenge Trophy): Pakuranga v Ponsonby, Lloyd Elsmore Park. College Rifles v University, College Rifles. Waitemata v Suburbs, Waitemata. Grammar Carlton bt Marist default 1. Kickoff: 2.45pm. 23 Braced: Manukau’s Sione To’a charges into the tackle of Grammar Carlton’s Jason Leunga. Southern teams trounced By ALAN APTED Papatoetoe, Manukau Rovers, Otahuhu and East Tamaki were all flogged in Saturday’s opening round of the Waka Nathan Challenge Trophy at Waitemata Park in Henderson. Papatoetoe were beaten 44-10 by University, Manukau Rovers went down 46-17 to Grammar Carlton, hosts Waitemata thrashed Otahuhu 33-8 and Marist kept East Tamaki scoreless in their 52-0 beating. The results don’t count for much this early in the season but they do indicate lots of work is required should any of them hold top eight ambitions. Papatoetoe manager Ash Joyce concedes his side was underdone heading into their contest against University. ‘‘It was a bit of a bummer but it’s not all gloom and doom,’’ he says. ‘‘University had three or four more games under their belts than we did and it showed. ‘‘We have the backs, it’s just a Through: Manukau’s Aki Kaumavae crashed through the tackle of Grammar Carlton’s Dylan Rangi to score. matter of getting them some ball.’’ Joyce says Papatoetoe’s set piece was exposed and he expects plenty of work will be done before the season starts to get it up to scratch. Papatoetoe has a bye this Saturday, something that will disappoint their coaching staff. All four South Auckland clubs will now feature in the Pollard Cup. Long-time rivals Otahuhu face East Tamaki at Norana Park in Mangere and Manukau Rovers host Maungarua at Williams Park on Saturday. Where are you?: Left, Manukau second-five Aki Kaumavae looks for support. Coaxing: Right, Manukau coach Frank Bunce asks more from his players. Flicked: Manukau halfback Onosai Pelesasa unloads. Photos: PHOTOTEK Go to manukaucourier.co.nz to see more photos of Manukau’s game against Grammar Carlton. More game time to halt disillusionment By ALAN APTED Schoolboy rugby players in Counties Manukau are guaranteed more game time this season. The promise of at least half a game a day is contained in new laws governing the amount of time a player in the Second XV and teams below can play. The law changes were made by the New Zealand Rugby Union and adopted by the Counties Manukau Rugby Union. The national union found teenage players were being turned off rugby by the lack of game time on match days. Counties Manukau referee education officer John Dustow says the change will make for a lot of happy players. ‘‘It allows players who get limited game time with their own team the chance to play more minutes for a second team.’’ Dustow says players on the reserve benches will be particularly pleased. ‘‘What came from that New Zealand Rugby Union survey was the kids wanted more game time. They were being disillusioned by turning up to training twice a week but only getting 10 minutes game time at the end or at times, no game time,’’ he says. ‘‘This law effectively guarantees all players on game day, half a game each.’’ In another change, a team must have 15 players including three front rowers before a match can officially get under way. Teams that don’t meet the requirements will forfeit the match points. And any team with between 15 and 20 players must have a minimum of three who are trained to play in front row positions. Those changes have been introduced on safety grounds and are effective immediately.
March 4th 2014
March 7th 2014