Nor West News : November 11th 2010
7 NOR-WEST NEWS, NOVEMBER 11, 2010 NEWS In person ” 1,500+ places across NZ ” BNZ stores ” PostShops At the start of last week, your water and wastewater account transferred to Watercare0Yhen you recekxe your Þrst dkll, you can select a payment method that suits you. Now running water for Auckland... By post ” Cheque Electronic ” Internet banking ” Telephone banking ” Credit card payment on our website If you have an existing direct debit, recurring credit card authority or automatic payment set up, we have made the change hassle free. Your payment will be directed to Watercare automatically. Contact us Customer Services: (09) 442 2222, 7.30am to 6pm, Monday to Friday Faults: (09) 442 2222, 24 hours Visit: www.watercare.co.nz Automatic ” Automatic payment ” Direct debit 3181288AC Fly Jetstar from Auckland to Carry-on baggage only KUALA LUMPUR $454 (via Singapore) or fly Auckland to: PHUKET from $489 (via Singapore) HO CHI MINH CITY from $494 (via Singapore) MANILA from $559 (via Singapore) FLIGHTS FROM AUCKLAND TO SINGAPORE ARE OPERATED BY JETSTAR AIRWAYS FOR JETSTAR ASIA (3K) AND COMMENCE 18 MARCH. SUBJECT TO REGULATORY APPROVAL. FARES ARE ONE WAY JETSAVER LIGHT^ FARES -- CARRY-ON BAGGAGE ONLY. JETSAVER FARES WITH 20KG CHECKED BAGGAGE CAN BE BOOKED FOR $20 - $ 35 MORE PER PERSON PER INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT. FARES MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR TRAVEL DURING SCHOOL AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, OR FOR BOOKINGS CLOSE TO DEPARTURE. FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO BOOK VISIT JETSTAR.COM. Prices are based on payments by direct deposit through jetstar.com. For all card payments an additional $5 per passenger per international flight will apply. Fares are web only, one way and non-refundable. Limited changes are permit ted, charges apply. Availability is limited (not available on all flights or days). ^Carry-on baggage limits, including size restrictions, will be strictly applied. Passengers with more than the applicable carry-on baggage allowance will need to check in baggage and charges will apply. Intra Asia flights are operated by Jetstar Asia (3K). Conditions apply. See jetstar.com for details. Before you book your international flight, and before you travel, check current Government travel advisories on w w w. safetravel.gov t.nz. Jet st ar Air ways Pty Ltd. JETNOVNZ from The Trust's vision for Helensville is "to be the healthiest rural community in New Zealand". From its strategic health site in Commercial Road, which includes the Genesis Health & Medical Complex, and its satellite health centre in Parakai, the Trust provides excellent purpose built facilities for many of Helensville's primary health services including: Waitemata Health, Kaipara Medical Centre, Helensville Birthing Centre, Helensville Women & Family Centre, Mt Tabor Trust, Iris Support Services, Labtests and many others. At the Trust's recent Annual General Meeting, the following appointments were confirmed for the coming year: Appointed Trustees -- • John Hildreth • Erica McKenzie • Susan Narbey • Warren Smith Public Trustees -- • John Issott • Louis Keefe • Airini Stoney Representatives to the Trust -- • Linda Harun, Waitemata District Health Board • Cynthia Brown, Ngati Whatua o Kaipara Directors of the Helensville Birthing Centre -- • Dianne Kidd • James Laurenson • Alison McKenzie • Charm Torrance If you would like to speak with us regarding health services in Helensville, please contact the Trust Manager, Charm Torrance, on 420-7593. Break-in hits RSA Disappointed: Waimauku RSA member Steve Grice says the break-in followed a tough financial period. Photo: CAROLYN THOMAS By CAROLYN THOMAS The last thing the Waimauku RSA needed was a break-in after scraping through diffi- cult times. Member Steve Grice says it is disappointing thieves targeted some- where set up to honour war veterans during the overnight incident on October 25. He fixed damage on the back door and bar area because the club could not afford the insurance excess. Nothing was taken during the break-in. Mr Grice says the club has just come through a tough period financially. We nearly shut the doors two years ago,'' Mr Grice says. But we've come back again.'' He says it is good to see some new faces coming in but he hopes for more. Meals are served on Wednesday and Friday nights and a new menu has helped boost busi- ness. People think you need to be a member or that we have a secret code. All they've got to do is sign the register, come in, have a drink, have a meal and enjoy free pool.'' He says support from local businesses and groups, including the Waimauku Lions, Pine- pac, Placemakers and JSC Timber, helped the club keep going. Phone Steve Grice on 412-9845 or 027-412- 9845.
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