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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, November 4, 2013 — 7 www.howickvillage.co.nz www.facebook.com/howickvillageshopping Shop Howick Village first delightfully different Proudly supporting the Howick community for over 40 years Local motorists never tyre of Mad Mike’s good humour at Beaurepaires, Howick. And neither do the head honchos at Goodyear New Zealand because they’ve just named Mike (Johnson) Personality of the Year at their annual confer- ence in Fiji. And why wouldn’t they? Savvy local motorists know Mike never treads lightly when it comes to keeping custom- ers happy – and safe on the road. He’s Mr Personality plus always going the extra distance to please, ensuring tyres are in tip-top condition and always with a cheery smile and warms words too. Mike was among some 40 Goodyear dealers at the con- ference and was ‘blown away’ by the honour. “I had some stiff competition – there’s some great guys in the tyre busi- ness so I couldn’t be more delighted.” And neither could we. So, congratulations Mike, we’re not surprised at the honour and how great is that to have a new trophy to sit beside your cup for Howick Businessperson of the Year? Well done and here’s to more of the same. Personality of the Year! 123646 BookAssist Taking care of business Phone Leeyan today 271 0692 or 027 471 4752 Suite 3, Level 1, Civic House Upstairs in Rices Mall Email: email@example.com • Bookkeeping and GST • Accounts processing • Payroll and PAYE • Company administration COOK ST PLAZA HOWICK. PH 534 2323 - OPEN 7 DAYS Mon to Fri 7.30-5.30. Sat 7.30-4.30. Sun 9-3. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. 121894-V11 HAIRCUTTING IS A SERIOUS BUSINESS! H ai rcutt i n gFo r eve r... MEN’S HAIRDRESSERS MELBOURNE CUP 2013 Wh i skerz i ntra i n i ng,butJohns l ept i n.Who’syourp i ck? HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EYES FRIED? MELANOMA, CATARACTS AND MACULAR DEGENERATION ...so ask HOWICK VILLAGE OPTOMETRISTS about UV Protection and other ways to take care of your eyes 94 Picton St, Howick. Ph 534 8716. howickoptometrists.co.nz 122812 98760 DENTURES Do you need new teeth? No charge for coNsultatioN aNd quote. contact: DARREN FISHER AT: HOWICK DENTURE SERVICES 12B Picton St, Howick PHONE 534-8113 registered clinical dental technician ‘CLASSY CrAftS’ mArket All Saints’ Community Centre 30 Cook St, Howick saturdays 9am-1pm Quality NZ made handcrafts only Crafters’ tables available @ $13 and $25 Enquiries: Ph 535 7513 or 535 8777 122036-V4 A MUST-SEE TOURIST ATTRACTION 120925-V6 with the Crawford Nurses An A Day... MEDICAL CRAWF RD 4 Picton St, Howick Ph 538 0083, Fax 538 0122 www.crawfordmedical.co.nz Over 50 New Zealanders are diagnosed with diabetes every day! The prevalence of Type 2 diabetes is increasing alarmingly and is most common amongst the Maori and Pacific Population. Diabetes is a common chronic disease with significant morbidity, mortality and cost. In New Zealand we need to focus particular attention to Maori and Pacific people when treating and managing diabetes. The four cornerstones of Maori health are whanau (family health), tinana (physical health), hinengaro (mental health) and wairua (spiritual health). Maori health is best managed using the holistic health model ‘‘te whare tapa wha”. This model illustrates the four dimensions of Maori well-being. For many Maori modern health services lack recognition of taha wairua (the spiritual dimension), especially when dealing with diabetes. In a traditional Maori approach, the inclusion of the wairua, the role of the whanau (family) and the balance of the hinengaro (mind) are as important as the physical manifestations of illness. Should one of the four dimensions be missing or in some way damaged, a person, or a collective may become ‘unbalanced’ and subsequently unwell. As healthcare professionals we aim to incorporate this model when dealing with chronic illness in Maori. We have self-management education programs available for everyone with diabetes. Let’s beat diabetes, stay well and healthy together. See your GP and get yourself checked out today. “Your Health is our focus” To Ora Arotahi diabetes & you 120925-V9 New children’s clothing store in Rices Mall, Picton St, Howick ethical clothing and more... MORE STOCK IS ON ITS WAY! We are child and family friendly with a small children’s play area. In addition to our beautiful clothes we will alo be stocking slings, cloth and bio nappies, organic bodycare products, coffe, tea and a selection of gifts and whole foods. We will also be running courses, workshops and craft activities. Our space is available for hire. Coming soon organic smoothies and milkshakes. 123651 4/5 Rices Mall, Howick Visit our facebook page www.facebook.com/thegreenumbrella or our website www.thegreenumbrella.co.nz Open Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm; Sat 9.30am-2pm; Closed Sun Cafe & Grill Licensed or B.Y.O.W. Dine In and Takeaway Howick’s home of Cajun-Creole & Mexican Cuisine No more corkage charge! 124 Picton Street, Howick. Ph 534 1199 OPEN 7 NIGHTS – 6PM TILL LATE. 124318 SPECIAL MAINS from $14 BOOK NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Unit 1, 15 Cook St, Howick. Ph 535 5540. 123329-V6 $ 15 LUNCH per meal Sweet Chilli Prawn Salad Pan-fried prawns presented over a mixed leaf salad with bacon, peaches and crispy noodles, finished with a sweet chilli sauce Greek-style Lamb Kofta Herb and spiced lamb skewers served on a Greek salad with cucumber yoghurt dressing, accompanied by pita bread LAMB KOFTA Roast Bacon- wrapped Chicken Breast Served with fries, dressed salad and finished with a cranberry jus FESTIVE CHICKEN SPECIALS PRAWN SALAD LILY WHYTE LINGERIE 113 PICTON ST, HOWICK. Ph 537 2806. 123886 JUST ARRIVED! P.J’s, Robes & Nightys Midnight Madness nears It’s coming up to that insane time of year when everyone goes bonkers over Christmas – feasting, shopping and socialising To kick off local mania, Howick Village is all set for its annual Midnight Madness event coming up Fri- day, November 15. Yes, it’s that time again when, for one delirious night, the shops stay open until the witching hour and it’s okay to go a little dotty when it comes to gift-buying. So mark your cal- endars now for a night of fun with lots of entertainment to keep shoppers in a happy mood.
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