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2 — Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, July 24, 2014 www.times.co.nz Best of Fresh for Less Dannemora 345 Chapel Road Pakuranga 290 Ti Rakau Dr Botany 280 Botany Rd Howick 219 Moore St HPT24/7 Normal opening hours 7.30am to 6.30pm – All specials available until closing time Sun 27 July or while stock lasts www.fruitworld.co.nz Navel Oranges $1.99kg Washed Nadine Potatoes $4.99bag White Button Mushrooms $7.99kg Large Hass Avocados $4.00for 3 Garlic $1.29bag AUS 400g Ecuador Green Seedless Grapes $4.99kg Bonita Bananas $1.99kg Washington Sweet Cherries $5.99bag ChinaUSAMexico 3kg Ohakune 125967-V29 Howick Funeral Home CHAPEL • RECEPTION LOUNGE • OFFICE For personal, professional service to all districts at all hours 117937-V3 35 Wellington St Howick Ph 534 7300 Vernon Warren M.B.I.E., N.Z.E.A. Michael Rowe C.A. 138C Harris Road, East Tamaki (Entrance off Cryers Rd) Phone 273 5323 www.tiletrends.co.nz Open Monday to Friday 8.00am-5.00pm, Saturday 9.00am-4.00pm TILES wide variety of tiles to create all looks 125828 FREE IN-HOME DESIGN SERVICE *conditions apply 24 5:08 5:42 25 6:01 6:31 26 6:50 7:15 27 7:36 7:57 28 8:19 8:36 29 8:58 9:14 30 9:36 9:50 TIMES QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7666 ACROSS 1. Tree (5,8) 8. Shine (5) 9. Ratify (7) 10. Tarry (6) 11. Rest (6) 12. Twelve (5) 14. Twist (5) 18. Lure (6) 20. Standing (6) 23. Malady (7) 24. Subside (5) 25. Condiment (6,7) DOWN 1. Bargain (6) 2. Rule (5) 3. Intense (7) 4. Wine (4) 5. Burn (5) 6. Disgusting (7) 7. Wood (6) 13. Shock (7) 15. Sword (7) 16. As a representative of (6) 17. Rise (6) 19. Funny (5) 21. Crown (5) 22. Tranquil (4) QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7665 - SOLUTIONS Across - 1, Fragment. 6, Raid. 8, Dour. 9, Reckless. 10, Stain. 11, Turkey. 13, Father. 15, Relate. 17, Scythe. 19, Obese. 22, Sealyham. 23, Trim. 24, Stun. 25, Saturate. Down - 2, Roost. 3, Garnish. 4, Earn. 5, Taciturn. 6, Ruler. 7, Inspect. 12, Breeches. 14, Ancient. 16, Lobster. 18, Talon. 20, Shift. 21, Emit. Deaf children IS YOUR child deaf or hearing impaired? Would you and your child benefit from meeting other families with deaf and hearing impaired children? A network of parents and children meets at regular family-friendly events. New people welcome. For more information, phone or text Chris on 022-084-2244. Counselling clinic A NEW counselling clinic for people 65 and older is at the Citi- zens Advice Bureau Pakuranga. The Howick Local Board is fund- ing Aged Concern to provide free counselling for those living in the ward. Every Tuesday there is face-to-face counselling for is- sues such as age-related changes, ill health, relationships, finances, grief and loss, family problems, anxiety and stress. To book, phone 279-4331 ext 809. Art of flowers HOWICK Floral Art Club’s monthly demonstration and competition is on July 28 at Ho- wick Bowling Club, 33 Selwyn Road, at 1pm. The guest is Ker- ry Gillbanks, who works at the Auckland Botanic Gardens in charge of the native plants and is also a qualified florist. The monthly competition is Flair with Flax. Visitors welcome, en- try $10. Phone Sue on 535-4593. Painting class AN ACRYLIC painting class for artistic people with special needs is at Anchorage Park Communi- ty House, 16 Swan Crescent, on Tuesdays, 1-2pm. It costs $80 for six weeks or $20 a session. Learn the skills required to start your masterpiece with all material provided. For enquiries, phone Anju on 576-2677, or email anju. email@example.com. Quitting smoking WANT to be smoke free? Join a seven-week programme for one hour a week starting on July 28, 6.30-7.30pm, at East Health Trust PHO, Building B, 260 Botany Road. To register, phone Shirley on 538-0599. East Auckland Aglow MEETINGS are on the last Wednesday of each month at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, 9.30am for morning tea and 10am start, with excel- lent speakers to uplift you. All welcome, free admission. Phone Laraine on 573-4070, or see www.aglow.org.nz. Collectors fair A COLLECTORS toy and model fair organised by the Auckland Central Model Railway Club is on July 27, 10am to 1pm at Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, 487 Dominion Road. Entry $6, schoolchildren free. There’s al- ways a good selection for sale at this popular fair. For more details, contact Allan on phone 272-4648 or send him an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Dog’s day out JOIN us at Riverhead Hall on July 27 at 11.30am for a bichon frise dogs’ fun day. Entry is $2 adults. Bring a shared plate for lunch. Dogs don’t need to be per- fectly groomed or behaved, just pure bred. For more information, phone Bev on 021-0233-0028. Female fellowship DOVE Catholic Fellowship for Women invites females to its meeting on July 29, 7.30pm at St Anne’s Parish Hall, Manure- wa, with guest speaker Helen Reinen. Come and share a cuppa, friendship and encouragement. Phone Grace on 577-3479. Social club JOIN a friendship group organ- ising events for members to meet up for coffee, dinners, trips, and doing fun things in East Auck- land and beyond. Membership is free and open to people aged 40 and up. This group is for peo- ple looking for nice company and friendship. More details are found on our website at www. meetup.com/Socializing-out- East. Separating parents THE Parenting Through Separa- tion programme at Willowbank School is a highly-rated four- hour course provided free by the Ministry of Justice for parents who are separating or who have. It has a focus on the children and is delivered by a psychologist from Triple P and a Family Court lawyer. The next session is July 30-August 6 from 7-9pm. For details, phone 579-1794, or go to www.triplepcentre.net.nz. Travel buddies NO LONGER have a partner yet are still keen on travel? This travel group aims to avoid the high single supplement charges. It introduces like-minded peo- ple to seek compatibility, with the goal of becoming travel bud- dies. The next meeting is on July 27 at 11.30am for a social drink and chat on travel before lunch at 12.30pm at Bucklands Beach Yacht Club, Ara-Tai Road, Half Moon Bay. Member David will talk about his cruise through Melanesia. For enquiries, phone Robin on 535-4050, or email email@example.com. COLOURFUL DUSK: Alex Moore photographed this beautiful scene of a recent sunset at Bucklands Beach looking across the Tamaki Estuary. Photo supplied VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki.
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