North Shore Times : February 10th 2011
4 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 10, 2011 NEWS $10 FOOD VOUCHER WHEN YOU SPEND $30* *T &C d iti l S tfi ld /h it C t Trading Hours MontoWed 9am--6pm Thurs 9am -- 9pm Fri & Sat 9am -- 6pm Sun 10am -- 5pm Hours of major retailers may vary. For more information, please visit westfield.co.nz/shorecity Corner Lake Road and Como Street, Takapuna Phone 09 978 6300 Farmers | Les Mills Simply spend $30 in one day at any Westfield Shore City retailer between 1--28 February 2011, bring your receipts to Customer Service on the day of purchase and we'll give you a $10 food voucher to enjoy something delectable on us.* Limit of 50 vouchers will be given out per day. * * Terms & Conditions apply. See westfield.co.nz/shorecity or Customer * Service for more details. Promotion ends 5pm Monday 28 February 2011. WES0871/20x7 westfield.co.nz/shorecity 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 NST10/2 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 Fresh Spring Onions 79¢bunch New Season Royal Gala $2.99bag Buttercup 79¢ea New Season William Bon Chretien Pears Large Rockmelon & Honey Dew $2.99ea Long Egg Plant $3.99kg Truss Tomatoes $3.99kg Yellow & White Nectarines $2.99bag 800g 1.5kg $1.99 kg $1.79 1kg bag GPS will help save lives say ambulance drivers By MICHELLE ROBINSON Quicker trips: The donation of GPS systems will make navigating much easier for St John ambulance staff, operations north team manager Phil Keller says. Photo: MICHELLE ROBINSON Navigating the Shore s newest subdivisions will no longer be a tricky task for ambulance staff. Not with the help of four new Navman GPS navigation units which have been fitted to St John ambulances based in Milford and Rosedale. The units use NZ Auto- mobile Association data to identify the quickest, least congested route to a location. They are some of the 600 ambulances and support vehicles being kitted out with units through a $125,000 donation from the Freemasons Charity. The units will make for quicker trips in unfamiliar areas, and the saved seconds could be life-savers, St John operations north team man- ager Phil Keller says. East Coast Bays is the most difficult for me, it s my challenge because I m from Swanson. Newer Albany subdivisions will also be less of a minefield to get through, he says. Every second counts when getting to an emergency. Freemasons Charity super- intendent Mark Winger says it was a privilege to donate to a charity with a similarly long history of providing aid to those in need. And it s come at an oppor- tune time as St John transported more than 370,000 patients in the last financial year. That s 14,600 more trips and 740,000 extra kilometres than the previous year, which is largely attributed to popu- lation growth and an ageing population, St John statistics show.
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