North Shore Times : November 11th 2010
13 NORTH SHORE TIMES, 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 Watercare hen you rece e your rst ll, 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 3116395AF USE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS ALL YEAR ROUND! Thomas Berry 0800 27 24 32 | Web www.archgola.co.nz | Email email@example.com NORTH HARBOUR PattMarkAGL271 FACTORY OUTLET SALE 80%OFF UP TO Nzsale is proud to bring you our factory outlet clearance sale. To shop all the brands you know and love from Nzsale in person. Well worth the visit! Ladies, men’s and children’s international fashion brands and accessories Thurs 11th Nov - Sat 20th Nov Open Mon to Sat 9am - 5pm Unit F, 13 Piermark Dr (off Bush Rd) Albany 3271949AB Friends from far away The Friendship Force of Auckland North Shore recently hosted visitors from the United States as part of their visitor exchange programme. A group of 21 ambassadors from cen- tral North Carolina spent time sight- seeing around Auckland and New Zea- land. The club’s Laurie Holloway says they hosted a picnic lunch on the shores of Lake Pupuke to welcome the guests upon their arrival. They visited North Shore beaches before an early night at their hosts’ homes after their long flight to Auck- land. The next day saw the group joining another North Carolina team hosted by the Howick club on a harbour cruise from Devonport to Half Moon Bay, a short stroll on Rangitoto, under the harbour bridge, into Westhaven marina and the Viaduct Basin. Lunch was on North Head followed by a visit to the new Navy Museum at Torpedo Bay. The visitors spent the rest of the week visiting Rotorua, Muriwai, Piha, the Waitakere Ranges and Wark- worth. They also visited the Sky Tower, with one of them taking the sky jump. Mr Holloway says the exchange was very successful, ‘‘with our guests very envious of our lovely North Shore, the Auckland area scenery, flora and the excellent weather they encountered during their stay with us’’. He says people interested in hosting visitors from overseas and being hosted by members of overseas clubs are invited to join the group. ❚ Call Mr Holloway on 444-8518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .nz.
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