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www.times.co.nz/classifieds Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, October 3, 2013 --- 27 GRIEF AND LOSS SUPPORT SERVICES SEASONS PROGRAMMES It's time to book for term 4 which begins on 16th October 2013. "Seasons Groups" for children, teens and parent's who have experienced loss in their lives through Separation, divorce or death of a family member. Our group's run from 4-5pm each Wed for 8-9 weeks. We do run an Adult group in the evenings for those who would like to register call: Dianne 533-0222 or 021 034 4587 (No charge) CD206354 CD206664 HOWICK JUNIOR ATHLETICS CLUB REGISTRATION NIGHT SEASON STARTS Monday 14 October & Tuesday 15 October 5.30 - 7pm at the Clubrooms Howick Domain, We llington St, Howick Payment of fees due upon registration (no EFTPOS facilities) New Junior members to bring birth certi cate or passport Wed. 23 Oct. 2013, 6pm, Howick Domain Any enquiries Angela 0210 786 360 - 533 6299 All new members welcome TinyTots2-6yrolds Juniors 7 -14 yr olds CD206160 SPORTS NOTICES PAKURANGA UNITED RUGBY CLUB SOCIAL SUMMER TOUCH MODULE The 2013/14 season kicks off week after Labour weekend through to mid February Registration and information online now WWW.PURC.CO.NZ Any further enquiries to Taylor on 576 7928 Extn.1 CCD205205 SENIORS - TUESDAYS OR THURSDAYS JUNIORS - WEDNESDAY SPORTS NOTICES BROMELIAD SALE This weekend, stock must go Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4pm Pandora Bromeliads 32 Pandora Pl, Pakuranga Phone 576 4595 CD206763 FOR SALE SOUTH INDIAN HERITAGE TOURISM 10 NIGHTS $9000 per person. Includes Tickets, visas, domestic fl ights, accomodation, transfers, & food! Tour guide & help throughout visit big temples, palaces, and world heritage sites. Taste the delicious South Indian food. Bonus-Day tour in Singapore & Malaysia Contact & RSVP for a presentation and face to face chat. Email: email@example.com Ph: 021 931 951 HURRY! SEATS LIMITED CD206748 PUBLIC NOTICE SALE OF LIQUOR ACT 1989 SECTION 9 (3) Yong Rae Lee, Unit 12, 11 Harrison Rd, Mt Wellington Auckland Director/Raesun Ltd, has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Manukau Coun- cil for the Grant of an On licence in respect of the premises situated at Level 1, Unit D, 317 Ti Rakau Dr, East Tamaki, Howick, Auck- land and known as Oasis Karaoke Bar. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is enter- tainment. The days on which and hours during which liquor is intended to be sold under the licence are Monday - Sunday, 7am to 9pm (RM 4,5,6 only). 9pm to 3am the following day. The application may be inspected during the ordinary office hours at the Manukau Council District Licensing Agency. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 15 working days after the date of the fi rst publi- cation of this notice of the application in a newspaper or newspapers in accor- dance with the Act, fi le a notice in writing of the objec- tion with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Manukau Council. This is the fi rst publication of this notice. CD206756 Retired at Regis Lane Congratulations Derek & Patricia Hall on your Golden Anniversary Married 5th Oct 1963 STORAGE special, From $200 per month. Pick up service avail. 0508 668 348 STORAGE LAWN MOWING RUN avail. Min $1200pw. Cost $35,000, includes trailer and new equipment. Join the Brucies team. Ph 2677 244 for more information. Best Ironing Since 1999 $30 Per Basket (conditions apply) Free pickup & delivery Best service guaranteed also DRYCLEANING Phone: 576-7978 K54087 DANNEMORA, 19 William Woods Crt, Sat 5Oct, 9am. Frzer table hshld items bed, bunks, sauna sgl unit. HOWICK, 106 Mirrabooka Ave, Sat 5 Oct, 8am PAKURANGA 1/43 Pknga Rd, 2 hses, Sat 5/10, 8-11am, lots h.hold items, TVs, books, games, lots more SECOND HAND SHOP We sell furniture, household goods, quality used clothing, etc. We accept donations of good furniture, clothing etc. 9 Ben Lomond Cres, Pakuranga Ph 576-1507 Open 6 days Come and be surprised UNWANTED by all ﬁve New Zealand Super 15 franchises, second-ﬁve Ma’a Nonu is a rugby pariah who continues to de- liver for the All Blacks. So much so that he’s unlikely to surrender his spot easily should Sydney Roosters NRL ﬁnalist Sonny Bill Williams decide to return to rugby next year. Sacked from the Hurricanes for being a disruptive character by coach Mark Hammett, Nonu has failed to produce for both the Blues and Highlanders since. So much so that with no one offering him a contract for 2014 on these shores, he is expected to play in France until June. Yet he continues to perform outstandingly for the All Blacks, adding power and experience to the midﬁeld in partnership with his old Wellington mate Conrad Smith. It was Nonu who provided the punch and smarts that led the backline’s second-half comeback in Sunday’s 33-15 triumph against Argentina at La Plata, after his forwards struggled to contain the Pumas powerful pack. It was his exquisitely timed pass as Ben Smith chimed in from the blindside wing that put Smith through the gap before his giant sidestep and sprint carried him to the ﬁrst of his two glorious tries. It was also his slick pass that put Sam Cane over in the corner for the third, before the brilliant Smith notched the vital bonus point fourth going into this Sun- day’s ﬁnal Ellis Park test to decide the winner of this season’s Rugby Championship. The All Blacks forwards will need to lift their game after being outplayed by the strong Pumas scrum, until 125kg Charlie Fau- muina came on early in the second spell to replace Owen Franks, who suffered a groin injury. Understandably captain Kieran Read had a quiet game after suf- fering from the ﬂu. However, the selectors had cause to cel- ebrate another ﬁne performance from openside ﬂanker Cane in the absence of the injured Richie McCaw. With South Africa hammering Australia 28-8, they’ll be deter- mined to revenge their Eden Park loss to the All Blacks and win Sun- day’s match against them on home soil. Blessed with a mighty pack, the Springboks will seek to pulverise the All Blacks up front and allow Morne Steyn to test their courage under the high ball. No one doubts their power or determination, but that tactic is as predictable as putting Mike Tyson in a boxing ring and letting him slug it out in search of a knockout. In recent times, the All Blacks have boxed smarter, sought to nul- lify the Boks forward power and outwit them with clever back play. Relishing the chances that a brilliant Bryan Habana no longer gets, All Black wings Ben Smith and Julian Savea have enjoyed a try fest, even when superstars Dan Carter and McCaw have been absent recuperating from injuries. Meanwhile, Sonny Bill Williams retains the Midas touch. Having helped the Chiefs win the ﬁrst of their two Super 15 crowns last year before returning to league, his Roosters team is favoured to win the NRL ﬁnal against the plucky Manly Sea Eagles after trouncing Newcastle 40-14. However, while Williams famous ofﬂoads are a threat to any team, Manly are blessed with smart halves in Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran and showed they’re worthy ﬁnalists after eliminating the dangerous South Sydney Rab- bitohs 30-20. All Blacks boxing smarter Agnew's Angle EARLY SEASON: Some of the top bowlers in the country chased the Auckland women's premier singles title last weekend. Playing at Pakuranga Bowling Club on Saturday, Howick's Joanne Stanton, right qualified from her pool only to be beaten 21-15 by eventual finalist Reen Stafford of Carlton Cornwall. Linda Ralph, left, won two of three games on her home greens but did not progress. Times photos David McPherson Gear troubles slow drivers PAUL Manuell was feeling the cold last weekend. The East Tamaki V8SuperTourers driver, complete with sponsor’s cap, was trying to hide and protect a blinding whiteness on his head. Last Friday night, his head was shaved by M3 Racing teammate Greg Murphy, raising $7000 for CanTeen, during the annual Franklin Bike Bash. “It’s bloody cold at night,” says Manuell, “but it was for a great cause.” Among the sponsors for Manuell’s hairless look were Andre Heimgartner’s team with a donation of $1000. The bike bash raised $40,000. While that was a huge success, Manuell and Heimgartner experienced some of the lows of motor racing at Hampton Downs over the weekend. Both blew gearboxes, resulting in a DNF for Manuell in race two and Heimgartner struggling to get his car balanced for the ﬁrst round of the endurance series. “The gearbox went when co-driver Paul Morris was running qualifying on Saturday,” says Heimgartner, of Dannemora. “By the time we got it swapped out, I only got about ﬁve minutes on the track during my qualifying session. “So, for the rest of the weekend, we were trying to set up the car while we were racing,” he says. Heimgartner and Morris ﬁnished the weekend seventh overall after eighth placings in races one and two and a seventh in race three. Heimgartner is sixth in the drivers’ championship with two rounds to run. After a ninth in race one, Manuell had to sit in the pits to watch the end of race two after his gearbox blew. “We managed to borrow a box from International Motorsport for race three,” he says. Manuell and co-driver John Penny ﬁnished 10th in that race and 16th overall for the weekend. Manuell is ninth in the drivers’ championship.
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