Nor West News : February 7th 2013
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 7 NOR-WEST NEWS, FEBRUARY 7, 2013 NEWS Warm in the Winter, Cool in the Summer Airtech is a medium sized, family owned air conditioning and refrigeration company based in Auckland. Airtech has been providing air conditioning and refrigeration services for over 20 years, so you know that you're dealing with a company that has the knowledge and experience to do the job right, first time. As an accredited installer of quality Hitachi Heat Pumps Airtech is able to assist you in finding the perfect Heat Pump for your space and install it with an industry leading Six Year Warranty. Hitachi RAS-25YHA3, 2.5kW Cooling 3.4kW Heating - Hot Deal Price * Installed back to back - conditions apply. Offers expire 28th February 2013. Hitachi RAS-50YHA3, 5.0kW Cooling 6.1kW Heating - Hot deal Price $1,699 Incl. GST installed* $2,399 Incl. GST installed* The experts you can trust 09 376 7021 www.airtech.net.nz For a free no obligation quote call our Airtech team on 09 376 7021, visit our centrally located showroom at 3 Williamson Avenue, Ponsonby. www.airtech.net.nz Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz OG_1730_NWN_B Applications now open for heritage protection funding Are you working on a community heritage protection project and looking for funding? Auckland Council invites applications under the Rodney Heritage Item Assistance fund. The fund supports the conservation, restoration or protection of valuable heritage items. Examples of projects previously supported by the council: • re-roofng the St Leonard's Anglican Church • re-piling an early railway cottage • restoration to the exterior walls of the Grand Hotel building in Helensville. If you, your local community group or organisation are keen to deliver positive outcomes that help make Auckland the world's most liveable city, then contact us today to fnd out more. Applications close 28 February 2013. 4 DAYS ONLY Dance Fabrics Direct & RJ TEXTILES Ph: 412 9123 • email: email@example.com www.dancefabrics.co.nz EFTPOS CASH M/CARD & VISA ACCEPTED: MASSIVE FABRIC RE-OPENING SALE Thurs 7TH to Sun 10TH February We have just moved into our new premises at 10B Shamrock Drive Kumeu To celebrate we have Fabric DISCOUNTS Galore UP TO 75% OFF Plus Bring in this advert and receive a FREE Gift! Printed & Plain Fabrics, Lycra, Foils, Sequins, Satins, Chiffons, Lace, Crystals Cotton Prints, Polar fleece & much more 5078688AB Early Learning Centre Cnr Parkhurst Rd & SH16, Helensville www.reachforward.co.nz Reach Forward EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ENROL TODAY 09 420 9810 OPEN NOW Special Rates Builder's tools stolen Thieves stole valuable tools from a car in Pinotage Place, Huapai. They took $1480 worth of Dewalt builders gear and a Navman GPS unit last weekend. A teenager s black BMX bike was also taken from outside a Tapu Rd, Kumeu address. The fairly old bike, which disap- peared around January 29, has distinguishing features of two metal round foot rests attached to the centre of the back wheel. Phone Kumeu police 412 7756 with information. COMMUNITY EVENTS Bikie gang: Cycling ''champion'' Matt Hancock, right, with colleague and fellow pedaller Jarrod Darlington. Their employers, SKM, support those who cycle to work in various ways. Photo: JASON OXENHAM The NZ Transport Agency has launched a new set of free Bike Wise resources including guides on running in-house cycle events, cycle safety, benefits of cycling and helpful suggestions on how to improve workplace cycling facilities. Go By Bike Day on February 13 is part of February s Bike Wise Month and companies are encour- aged to launch their own cycle programme. Workplaces that register at bikewise.co.nz may receive a goodies box. Prime Minister John Key will officially open the new surf club- house at Muriwai on February 23. The project, overseen by the Muriwai Lifeguard Service Amenities Trust, will finish a 14-year journey for the club. The $5.1 million facility will also be home to groups like the sports fishing club, a playgroup, arts trail, the environmental action trust and a film group. They can be a bugbear and you can have your say about them. Auckland Transport wants pub- lic feedback by February 28 on its proposed bylaw to regulate the display of election signs across Auckland for parliamentary and local body elections. The bylaw will allow for election signs to be displayed on specified public sites visible from the road, private sites and on vehicles. Go to aucklandtransport.govt.nz/ about-us/Bylaws/Pages/Election- Signs-Bylaw.aspx for more information.
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