Nor West News : April 21st 2011
6 NOR-WEST NEWS, APRIL 21, 2011 NEWS EASTER SPECIALS HOT HOT PRICE scrumpy cider $8.99 each 1.25l HOT PRICE wolf blass red lable range $9.99 per 750ml HOT PRICE shingle peak range $11.99 per 750ml HOT PRICE teachers whisky $35.99 per 1 litre HOT PRICE Jim BEAM $59.99 per 1.75 litre HOT PRICE canadian club $24.99 per 10 bottles HOT PRICE canadian club $37.99 per 1 Litre HOT PRICE pure blonde $19.99 per 12 bottles Kaukapakapa Wines, 1033 Kaipara Coast Highway, Kaukapakapa Norwest Liquor, 63 Main Road, Kumeu Village, Kumeu HOT PRICE Jim BEAM and cola $34.99 per 18 cans Plus free jim beam beanie 906 State Highway 16, Waimauku PH: 09 411 8002 AUTUMN LEAVES 3146481AN FALLING INTO YOUR GUTTER? Come and check out our solutions including Gutter Whiskers by Browns Brushware Bring in this coupon & get 15% off Gutter guard products AUTHORISED DISTRIBUTOR 195 Rapson Rd RD1 Kaukapakapa 09 420 4441 027 29 22400 email@example.com www.theshedco.co.nz barns sheds garages Auckland West to Whangarei We build to your requirements - Any Size All designs can be converted to live in Best quality, best price, best service 09 420 4441 WORKSHOPS CUSTOM BUILT HOMES FARM SHEDS AMERICAN BARNS QUAKER BARNS GARAGES Schools are TravelWise ' These schools are making a real contribution towards reducing school car travel. ' Matthew Rednall Auckland Transport community manager Schools from the nor- west have picked up TravelWise awards in the north region. Helensville School earned a gold award for achieving a 4 percent or more reduction in the number of car trips to school and creating a real difference to traffic congestion, road safety and the well-being of their students, com- munities and the environment. A silver award went to Waitoki School while Taupaki, Riverhead and Huapai schools gained bronze. Each was presented with certificates by Auckland mayor Len Brown and Auckland Transport chief execu- tive David Warburton. These schools are making a real contri- bution towards reduc- ing school car travel, says Auckland Trans- port community man- ager Matthew Rednall. All of this positive work has provided benefits like daily exer- cise, improved safety and reduced congestion and pollution outside the school gates. It has taken the combined efforts of school staff, students, parents, care- givers and their com- munity to bring about their success, he says. Auction helps school Kickstart: David Sun of Dairy Flat, right, was the winning bidder in a house auction held at the Massey High School gala. The Massey High School Foundation has had a $60,000 injection thanks to a house auction held at the school gala. David Sun of Dairy Flat was the winning bidder. Principal Bruce Rit- chie says the foundation is over the moon to have such a strong start. Craig Walker, the Kumeu businessman who donated the house to be auctioned, says the school did well consider- ing the weather on the gala day. We probably got slightly more than we thought which is great for the school and it s a good deal for the pur- chaser. The purchase settles this month and once building consent is granted Mr Walker will deliver the house.
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