North Shore Times : North Shore Times 2nd November
5 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 NEWS THE 18th ANNUAL 24 HOUR BOOK FAIR ASB STADIUM Noon Saturday to Noon Sunday 6 - 7 November 2010. Corner Kepa Road and Kohimarama Road, Kohimarama. Upwards of 60,000 second-hand books for sale. Tables stocked throughout the night A Percentage of the proceeds go to: Lions Projects within the Auckland District ASB Stadium Kohimarama 24 hr Great Auckland Bargain Book Fair At The National Bank, we go beyond ordinary banking to help your business succeed. You'll have your own dedicated, locally-based Business Manager, free access to our interactive Business Resource Centre, and practical hands-on business workshops. It's easy to see why so many businesses choose The National Bank. SUCCESS FOR YOUR BUSINESS STARTS RIGHT HERE MIKE POWER Business Banking Manager Albany 09 252 4015 email@example.com CHRISTINE WALSH Business Banking Manager Wairau Park 09 252 5012 firstname.lastname@example.org CATHERINE MACCARTHY-MORROGH Business Banking Manager Wairau Park 09 252 4006 email@example.com HAMISH BALLANTYNE Business Banking Manager Takapuna 09 252 4115 firstname.lastname@example.org LIZ DOMBROSKI Business Banking Manager Albany 09 252 4012 email@example.com DAVID SCOTT Business Banking Manager Wairau Park 09 252 5019 firstname.lastname@example.org KEITH LUPTON Business Banking Manager Takapuna 09 252 4109 email@example.com HANNAH BEGUELY Business Banking Manager Takapuna 09 252 4110 firstname.lastname@example.org 3231321AA COSMETICS WAREHOUSE SALE LOCATION: 40B MORRIN ROAD, MT WELLINGTON GREAT BARGAINS, GREAT RANGE There will be staff on hand to assist with consultations and product information GET YOUR GIFT SHOPPING DONE HERE! WELL KNOWN BRANDS SKINCARE - MAKEUP - FRAGRANCE GIFT SETS - BAGS CASH, EFTPOS, CREDIT CARDS ONLY NO CHEQUES ACCEPTED THREE DAYS ONLY FRIDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 5.00PM SATURDAY 13TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 4.00PM SUNDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 8.00AM - 4.00PM 3 CRAWSHAW OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 1 -- 7 The Strand, North Shore City Council Building, Takapuna DON'T MISS OUT!!!conditions apply Ph 489 7764 email@example.com Ph Today for Appointment ALL FRAMES & LENSES INCLUDING SUNGLASSES Dead body is missing man A body that was found in Birkenhead Wharf is confirmed to be missing Korean man Hoo Jong Kim. The 87-year-old went missing after he wandered from his home on Tuesday afternoon. The family became concerned when he did not return from one of his daily walks and con- tacted police. Mr Kim, a Hillcrest resident, had Alzheimers and often forgot his way home. His body was found early yesterday after- noon by people on board the Birkenhead ferry and others at the wharf. Duo wins top prize Winners: Massey University at Albany students Lynda Low, left, and Sheryn Becker have won the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants Student Challenge competition. Students from Massey University at Albany have proven their accounting prowess by winning a real life chal- lenge set by the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Tertiary students from around the country took part in the competition, putting themselves in the shoes of a chartered accountant and prepar- ing a report on a real-life issue at tourism operator Whale Watch Kaikoura. Massey students Sheryn Becker and Lynda Low won first place while Auckland University's Craig Bott and Charles Slogrove came in second. Whale Watch chief financial officer Barry Botherway says Sheryn's and Lynda's submission has become a very important document'' for the company. They went outside the square, looking at what was happening in the industry and recom- mended we build an eco- conscious centre. It was a stunning submission,'' he says. The two will receive an all-expenses paid trip to London where they will spend a week early next year shadowing charter- ed accountants in the entertainment and finance industries. The duo were delighted to take the top prize. To be able to experi- ence what it's like to work as a chartered accountant in such a prominent business hub will be great, further my career prospects and motivate me in my work,'' says Sheryn who's in her final year of a bachelor of business studies in finance and accounting. Third-year accounting student Lynda plans to take lessons learned from the London experi- ence in to her summer internship at Deloitte's Auckland auditing department office.
November 4th 2010