North Shore Times : December 9th 2010
6 NORTH SHORE TIMES, DECEMBER 9, 2010 NEWS NORTH SHORE'S HOME OF FURNITURE & BEDDING months interest free DEFERRED PAYMENT 5 months interest free 12 + In the Furniture and Bedding Departments months interest free*1 17 = SUMMER $199 $1799 $989 NORTH SHORE'S HOME OF FURNITURE & BEDDING WAIRAU PARK 10 Croftfield Lane, Auckland (09) 441 9750 Productoffersarevaliduntil13/12/10. 197124_WAI Give them the Gift of Choice THIS CHRISTMAS GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE STOREWIDE 1. 17 months interest free with the first 5 months deferred payment. From no deposit. Minimum purchase $500. Establishment fee (GE Money $48, Q Card $35) and annual fee (GE Money $48, Q Card $30) apply. Normal lending conditions and credit criteria apply. Minimum monthly repayments must be made during the interest free period. Paying only the minimum monthly repayment will not pay out the loan before the end of the interest free period. On expiry of the interest free period, the finance company's prevailing interest rate will apply to any outstanding balance. Finance offers not available through Harvey Norman Commercial divisions. See store for details. $999 NZ MADE! $599 CRACKER DEAL! $1399 $1989 $3999 DELUXE CHRISTMAS PAMPER PACKAGE Spa Facial & Back Massage Airline to stay By JODEAL CADACIO Smales Farm Tech- nology Office Park will remain home for one of its prominent tenants, Air New Zea- land. The airline has signed a fresh nine- year lease with the park to house its con- tact centre. Air NZ property group leasing team manager Bruce Allison says the park s accessibility and prox- imity to a large local workforce is a factor in its decision to stay put. The contact centre is open 24 hours a day and handles 6000 to 7000 calls a day from around the world. As part of the new lease agreement, the Air NZ Building entrance will undergo a makeover. Sisters dig deep Christmas Spirit: Portia Westall, 9, and her sister Olive Obery, 2, saved their pocketmoney to donate gifts to the North Shore Times Christmas tree. Photo: BEN WATSON By SARAH CODDINGTON Two generous sisters saved their pocketmoney for 10 weeks to donate presents to needy children this Christmas. Portia Westall, 9, and Olive Obery, 2, did extra chores around the house to earn money to spend on gifts to put under the North Shore Times Christmas tree. The presents will be sent on to the Salvation Army to give to more than 1000 North Shore children in need of gifts this Christmas. The pair managed to earn $40 between them and bought books, colouring pens, bath products, puzzles and a ball to give to needy children. Portia says she wanted to give her hard earned pocket- money to the little children who won t have Santa giving them presents this Christmas . The Browns Bay residents are hoping Santa will make their wishes come true and have made their wish list already. Portia would like a remote control tarantula toy and Olive is hopeful a pony will arrive from the North Pole. The Salvation Army is asking for educational toys for babies aged from about one to two years old to give to children this season. Families with teenagers also really need gifts. Unwrapped new presents can be left under the Christmas tree in the North Shore Times reception at 1 Byron Ave in Takapuna until 5pm on December 15. Office hours are 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
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