North Shore Times : November 30th 2010
9 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 30, 2010 NEWS 3290558AA Exclusive to Life Pharmacy Glenfield VIP Event Come and join us on this fun filled festive day. When: Thursday 2nd December Time: 9am-9pm Where: Life Pharmacy Glenfield, Level 2 Westfield Glenfield. Ph 444 6403 *Excludes Living Card points, Gift Vouchers, Calling Cards, Gift Cards, Prescriptions. Not in conjunction with any other in store offers and promotional discounts. OFF everything in store Spot Prizes Instore Demonstrations Gift with purchases 15% For 17 years, Enterprise North Shore - now known as Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Ltd - has been a friend to Auckland businesses. Like a true mate weve been there to support all businesses from small, to large, start up to exis ng through the good mes and the rocky. We understand that your individual success benefts not just the local business community but the whole Auckland region. Dont be a long-lost friend, see how we can help you today at: www.ens.org.nz/help Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Ltd is an Auckland Council organisa on, which incorporates the business of Enterprise North Shore and a number of other development agencies. For further informa on on the Auckland Council and its subsidiary organisa ons visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Your friend in business! 8AM-5PMTHUR2DEC--SAT4DEC PLUS -- Bring your old Merlin Garage Door remote with you, and get a FREE replacement, normally $80, when you purchase a gate opener! 17 Arrenway Drive Mairangi Bay PH: 0800 637 546 Use one remote for both garage door and gate opener! HALF PRICE! 3 DAYS ONLY! A uckl and Waiwera Mwy Rosedale Rd Triton Dr Arrenway Dr From the manufacturers of Merlin Garage Door and Gate Openers a global market leader. ELECTRONIC GATE OPENERS TC6853_10x7 JUST +GST $999 This Christmas, GET CONVENIENCE WITH SECURITY! Swing Gate and Sliding Gate models PACKED WITH FEATURES! Spread the Xmas cheer By SARAH CODDINGTON Gift appeal: Te Miha Kahukiwa, 11 months, with the North Shore Times Christmas tree. Photo: BEN WATSON The Salvation Army and the North Shore Times is asking for presents to give to children to open on Christmas morning. There is a high demand for educational toys for babies aged from about one to two years old. Food parcels contain- ing treats for Christmas would be appreciated. Christmas cakes, puddings and scorched almonds will be high on the list. About 1000 North Shore children are expected to be in need of gifts this season. The charity's welfare co-ordinator Linden Kenyon says families with teenagers also really need gifts and they are generally harder to cater for. Toiletries or books always go down well in this age group, she says. The demand for food parcels has been high this year and the famil- ies that are struggling are those on lower salaries that may not qualify for a benefit, Ms Kenyon says. Each year the North Shore Times helps con- tribute to the cause. Unwrapped, new pres- ents can be left under the Christmas tree in the reception at 1 Byron Ave in Takapuna until 5pm on December 15. Our office hours are 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday. If there are any second- hand goods that you would like to donate take them to your local Salvation Army charity stores to be sold.
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