North Shore Times : February 3rd 2011
7 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 3, 2011 NEWS Best of Fresh for Less Normal trading hours Mon - Sun 7.30am - 6.30pm. All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin NST3/2 Greville Road, Albany Ph (09) 475 5271 174 Mokoia Road, Birkenhead Ph (09) 419 8006 Cnr Kitchener & Shakespeare Roads, Milford Ph (09) 489 8964 343 Albany Highway North Harbour Ph (09) 448 5569 New Season Buttercup 99¢kg Red Capsicums $1.99bag Long Egg Plant $3.99kg Black Doris Plums $2.99bag Yummy Hunny Nectarines $3.99kg Portabella Mushrooms $8.99kg tray Hass Avocados $1.99of 3 Coconut Ice Peaches $2.39bag 800g 800g Sunday 27 March 2011 ARE YOU THE ONE? Enter Miss North Harbour today! The winner goes on to Miss Universe NZ and could go on to Miss Universe in Sao Paulo, Brazil in September. Prize list, to date, includes : • A $1,500 full year gym membership courtesy of Les Mills Takapuna • A $1,500 cosmetics package courtesy of Bobbi Brown • A $500 cosmetics package each for 2nd and 3rd place-getters courtesy of Bobbi Brown • Return airfares to Wellington to compete in Miss Universe NZ in May courtesy of Air New Zealand Holidays of Milford All entrants receive exclusive gifts, access to Les Mills Takapuna to prepare for the gala event and must be aged 18-26. Entries close 14 February - Apply Now! Melissa Martin email@example.com phone/fax. 09 446 6466 mobile. 021 798 323 www.facebook.com/Miss North Harbour 2011 www.missnorthharbour.co.nz y Better Hearing. Better Life Apollo Health & Wellness Centre Cnr Rosedale Road and Apollo Drive, Albany Phone: 09 477 3773 At last - Affordable, modern hearing aids Phone for an appointment for a FREE hearing check and demonstration. To find out more call Apollo Audiology on 09 477 3773 *Special conditions apply OPEN DAY, 2 DAYS ONLY Monday 7th Feb & Tuesday 8th Feb www.apolloaudiology.co.nz FEELING THE FINANCIAL PINCH? Need help accessing your South African retirement annuities or other funds in South Africa? Relax and let Rand Rescue take care of this for you! South African expats are now able to access retirement annuities, as well as other South African based funds, far more easily than before. Rand Rescue will arrange your tax clearance, formal emigration, the opening of a blocked account and all the other bureaucracy required to rescue your money! Your funds are always in your bank account, no third party payments are required, and the process is risk free! RAND RESCUE 0800 RAND RESCUE www.randrescue.com Full occupancy for Smales Farm By JODEAL CADACIO Smales Farm Technology Office Park is bucking the high premium office space vacancy rates in Auckland. It's a zero vacancy rate in the 10.8 hectare park in Takapuna and general manager Daniel Hen- derson says the green building investment is paying off for Smales Farm. He says the park is maintaining full occupancy despite vacancy rates of 12.4 percent on the Shore and 12 percent in the Auckland CBD. The figures are based on the 2010 annual report published by Bayleys Property Research that shows high vacancy rates across all grades of offices. Mr Henderson says the report says the economic recession forced many companies to downsize, resulting in office space vacancies. He says the demand for pre- mium office space like that which Smales Farm provides has been unaffected by the recession. There is demand in particular for buildings that incorporate green technologies to deliver a satisfying work environment and realise operating cost savings, he says. Smales Farm has been ahead of the wave when it comes to using green technology in its buildings, but the true value of green buildings is proving to extend far beyond substantial savings on power water costs,'' he says. Showcasing the park's array of green buildings is the Sovereign House which opened in October 2007 and has won multiple awards for its modern and sustainable features. The technology park is also home to TelstraClear, Air New Zealand, the New Zealand Trans- port Agency's national Traffic Operations Centre, ShoreCare, EDS and Toll among major tenants. Mr Henderson says property managers are now looking to weigh other success indicators such as staff retention and even company performance. Mr Henderson says the Bayleys report does have some silver linings in pointing to the recovery under way in the office sector.
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