Kapiti Observer : June 16th 2011
10 THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2011 ONLY AVAILABLE AT BENDON OUTLET STORES THURSDAY 16 JUNE -- SUNDAY 26 JUNE AUCKLAND: East Tamaki: 18 Birmingham Rd, Ph: 09 273 5407 Silverdale: Cnr Silverdale Rd & Agency Ln, Ph: 09 426 4213 Westgate: Shopping Centre, 7-9 Westgate Dr, Ph: 09 833 1589 Pukekohe: 198 King St, Ph: 09 238 1852 Airport Oaks: 4/43 Montgomerie Rd, Ph: 09 255 0175 THAMES: Kopu: 2 Queen St, Ph: 07 868 3475 WHANGAREI: Okara Shopping Centre, Ph: 09 430 7442 PAPAMOA: Papamoa Fashion Island, Ph: 07 574 0672 NEW PLYMOUTH: The Valley Mega Centre, Ph: 06 759 8406 DUNEDIN: 128 Crawford St, Ph: 03 470 1555 HASTINGS: Unit 2, 401 Queen St West, Ph: 06 878 0015 HAMILTON: Riverlea: 102 Riverlea Rd, Ph: 07 856 5079 Te Rapa: Dress-Smart, 1 Te Rapa Rd, Ph: 07 849 9914 TIRAU: 9 Main Road, Ph: 07 883 9020 WELLINGTON: Otaki: 214 State Highway 1, Ph: 06 364 8230 CHRISTCHURCH: Hornby: Dress-Smart, 409 Main South Road, Ph: 03 344 5680. 20 $10 $all briefs under all bras under Here's 4 Important Reasons Why You Need To Call Chelsea House #1 We are open from 7.00am to 6.00pm Monday-Friday. #2 Our teacher/child ratios exceed Ministry standards so your child receives more individual care and attention. #3 We have a flat fee structure which means you could be paying a lot less for full-time care than hourly rate providers - and meals are included! #4 The Raumati and Levin Centres have both set the standard for care and education on the Coast. Call us now for a no obligation appointment Raumati - Yvonne 04 902 5437 (KIDS) Levin - Ann 06 368 5437 (KIDS) COME AND EXPERIENCE THE INDOOR MARKETS EVERY SATURDAY FROM 9AM WITH EFTPOS AVAILABLE GREAT RANGE OF PRODUCTS IN THE AUDITORIUM AT THE LINDALE CENTRE PARAPARAUMU PHONE 04 297 0916 GLAUCOMA NZ MEETING FREE information meeting about glaucoma Speaker: Dr Reece Hall Southward Car Museum (Conference Room) Otaihanga Road Paraparaumu Saturday 18th June 10.00 -- 11.30am Question and answer time Tea and coffee will be provided www.glaucoma.org.nz Protest in July Publicity for an anti-expressway rally at Parlia- ment has stepped up as the big day approaches. Organisers say the rally, planned for noon on July 6, will see the presentation of a 4000-name petition for Prime Minister John Key. This event is being organised by anti- expressway groups the Alliance for a Sustainable Kapiti, and Save Kapiti. The marchers will leave on the 11am train from Waikanae and be met on the steps of Parliament by MPs from Labour, the Greens and the Maori Party. Spokeswoman Loretta Pomare said the com- munity would refuse to be bullied into accepting the expressway. Spending billions on new roads while reducing our ability to access public transport, rail and sea freight is not the answer,'' Ms Pomare said. In the way: Trees have been cut down in Raumati's Marine Gardens to make way for stormwater work as part of the Raumati town centre upgrade. Kapiti Coast District Council infrastructure services manager Sean Mallon said three trees were cut down on June 7, at a cost of $6000, a norfolk pine, a himalayan or irish strawberry tree and a cypress. ''They were in the way of the positioning of the stormwater pumping station and would also be in the way of the toilets which will be repositioned later. The norfolk [pine] was one which would eventually have to be cut down because of the Civil Aviation requirements. The other two were in the way of the pumping station.'' The work follows the topping of five norfolks in the gardens in April to meet requirements for Civil Aviation Authority re- certification of Paraparaumu Airport for new flights. The trees were expected to die from the topping and be removed.
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