Botany and Ormiston Times
Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Thursday August 21 2014
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, August 21, 2014 — 23 www.times.co.nz/classifieds Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, August 21, 2014 — 23 Time to move your office out of home? Office space available We have 100sq mtrs office space available upstairs at 9 Ben Lomond Cres, Pakuranga 2 areas, 50sq mt each, 2 covered and 1 uncovered off street car parks. Available immedately. Enqs to: Peter McCartney 576 1500 ext 806, 021 491 772 CD219979 View property management and rental listings on: www.starproperty.co.nz Telephone 534-5189 CD185305 RENTALS Beachlands Office 536 4990 Julie 027 265 2933 firstname.lastname@example.org Dannemora Office 271 6219 Kelsey 021 378 832 email@example.com Highland Park Office 534 9240 Shirlene 027 431 9482 firstname.lastname@example.org Howick Office 535 8762 Angela 027 553 2480 email@example.com Meadowlands Office 535 6153 Sharon 027 552 1126 firstname.lastname@example.org Pakuranga Office 576 9007 Kritika 027 431 9568 email@example.com .nz GA95878 www.barfoot.co.nz CHAPEL DOWNS, furn flat, 2 brm, lrg gazebo. $400pw incl pwr + wtr. Ph 271 5267 CLOVER PARK, 3brm hse + 2 rumpus rooms with toi- let. $495pw. Waimate St, Viewing Sat 12 noon. Ph Ping 027 886 4600 or 363 1333 FARMCOVE lrg 2brm unit gge OSP lrg cvrd deck No pets Exc schools & Rotary wlks Ful furn $465pw. 534 3339, 021046 3437 PAKURANGA, 2 brm unit, handy, neat, tidy $380 pw incl water Ph: 021 118 0794 PAKURANGA, 2brm hse, 40A Udys Rd, $450pw. Refs, no pets. Ph 027 766 3873 or 0274 436 334 PAKURANGA, Harford Pl, 6 brms, 2 toilets, bthrms, showers. Big gge, rumpus & offc. Avail from 28Aug. $620pw + wtr and rates. Ph 535 1906 RELATIVES ARRIVING FOR XMAS? Gorgeous 2 brm cottage as a Short Term rental avail in heart of Howick, 15 Dec - 8 Jan ‘15. Suit mature cple. Beautifully presented, air con, d.wsher + usual amenities. Vehicle neg. Resident grumpy old cat also incl = discount. Ph/ txt 021 2838 777 HALF MOON BAY, close to ferry & buses, furn room, $160 incl ph, inter- net, pwr, wtr, Sky, etc.. P h 534-6747 PAKURANGA house, $140pw + exp, furn, park- ing, sep shower. 021 026 30204 ACCOMMODATION OFFERED Apartment/House 3/2 brms, in Botany Palms complex or surround, cash buyer up to $560,000, 5375848, 022 3801445 HOUSES WANTED TO BUY Retired very active person, reqs Studio or 1 Brm Flat. Attached or semi-attached. In or near Howick area. Ph evenings 027 364 2494 38m2 OFFICE SPACE 199 Pakuranga Rd Ground Floor office, with shared use of boardroom, kitchen & toilets. Inc carparks, cleaning, power, water, phone extension. $280/week. Ph Trevor 576 3060 or 027 405 9809 CD219688 SHOP at industrial area of Howick, 60m2, living fa- cilities, with running a busi- ness. $380pw. Ph Owner 021 625 692 Farm Cove Intermediate Before & Aftercare Ph 576 3869 022 189 2295 ONLY $60 week CD219780 ABSOLUTELY the best relaxing & sport massage. Clean & warm. Your 1st choice. Ph 576 1472 Massage/ Foot Massage Unit 19, 325 Ti Rakau Dr, East Tamaki. Ph: 273 5519 or 022 330 8633 Open 10am to 9.00pm CD205971 BEST MASSAGE. Thera- peutic. Qualf’d Chinese specialist. Be revitalised! 537 5011 FACIAL foot, body prof massage. Millen Ave Pknga Hway 5273223, 022 136 5544 Feeling Stressed, Lifeless, Lacking Energy? DO THE NEW PURIFICATION PROGAMME By ridding the body of toxic & drug residues, feel a new sense of vigour & vitality in life! Enquiries: Damien 021 170 9606 CD219805 FOCUS ON FEET. Home visits. Professional Gen- tle Care. Marlena RN Ph 5331150 NEW Chinese massage shop, we will take care of you. Ph: 022 012 4676 or 537 0530 CAT DOORS $95 FITTED Ph 265 2941 HAYNE’S GLASS Special Conditions Apply K54091 FIREWOOD Top quality, dry, seasoned. All types of wood. Ph 534 6299 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 Sunday 24 August 7am DANCE XPRESS STUDIO 135 Cascades Rd, Pakuranga Clothing, shoes, bikes, toys, furn, books, beds Bargains Galore from $1 Sausage Sizzle Cake Stall Supporting BRAT PACK JUNIOR DANCE CREW to represent NZ World Supremacy Battlegrounds Hip Hop Dance Competition Melbourne Oct 2014 MMMMMOOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTEEEEEEERRRR Garage Sale CD217248 HOMESTAGING COMPANY Saturday 23 August 8.30am -12.30 pm Decor, artworks, linen, cushions, lamps, manchester, some furniture. Cash and carry only. Unit 10, 4 Kellow Pl, Manukau RELOCATION SALE CD219775 WANTED to buy gold silver damaged & unwanted jew- ellery. We pay cash for old gold & silver items. High- land Park Jewellers. Shop, 1 Highland Park Shopping Center Ph 537-5656 WE’VE GOT JUST THE THING Equipment hire for THE PROFESSIONAL & HOME HANDYMAN Ph: 09 273 6323 Mob: 027 516 1620 www.hireline.co.nz CD217438 FOR HIRE ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. In accepting an advertisement for pub- lication and in publishing it we are doing so in consideration of and relying on the advertisers express warranty, the truth of which is essential. a. That the advertisement complies in all ways with the Advertising Codes of Practice issued by the Advertising Standards Authority inc (ASA) and with every other code or industry standard relating to advertising in New Zealand b. The published advertisement will not give rise to any liability on our part or in a claim being made against us. c. That the advertisement is misleading or deceptive or likely to mislead or deceive or breaches the Fair Trading Act 1986 that is defamatory or indecent or which otherwise offends against gen- erally accepted community standards that infringes a copyright or trademark or otherwise infringes any intellectual or industrial property rights that breaches any provision of any statute, regulation, by law or other rule or law . 2. Where the advertiser utilises any aspect of our creative/design services in the production of an advertisement (includ- ing photographic work) the advertiser acknowledges that we own the copyright in such work and that such work is not work for which a commissioning pay- ment has been made or agreed. 3. The advertiser agrees to indemnify us against all losses or costs arising directly or indirectly from any breach of those warranties by the advertiser and from any costs incurred in our mak- ing corrections or amendments in accordance with the terms that follow. 4.We may refuse to publish, or withdraw an advertisement from publications without having to give a reason. 5. We may publish the advertisement on the next available day if there is an error or delay in publication of the advertising as booked. 6. We may correct or amend advertis- ing to conform to style or for other genuine reason as long as we do so using reasonable care. 7. The guarantees contained in the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 are excluded where the advertiser acquires, or holds himself out as acquiring, goods or services from us for the purpose of a business. 8. The advertiser must tell us as soon as possible if there is an error or omission in any advertisement the advertiser has placed. We will not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss from an error (which includes ommission, negligence, system or press failure, mistake, misclassification, early, late or non insertion of advertisement or loss or delay in the delivery of replies) and if we are found to have any direct liability for any circumstance that liability is limited to the cost of the space of the advertisement. 9. To cancel an advertisement a cancella- tion number must be obtained from us. Times Newspaper Limited, Printed by Business Media Press, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Ta maki. www.times.co.nz BURSWOOD, 3 Brompton Pl, Sat 8-11am, moving sale, all must go HIGHLAND PARK, 43 Gos- ford Drive, 23 & 24 August, 9am to 4pm. Furniture, ap- pliances etc Appliance Repairs. Builders. Carpenters. Chimney Sweep. Cleaning. Concreting. Decorators. Drainlaying. Electrical. Fencing. Flooring. Garden Care. Glass & Glazing. Handymen. Kitchens. Landscaping. Lawncare. Painters. Plumbers. Roofing. Spouting. Tiling. Tree Services. Upholsterers. Waterblasting. Window Cleaning. ...and lots more. Check out the Times Classifieds Trades & Services Listings. In print and online. Ph 271 8055 www.times.co.nz Is your ‘honey-do list’ getting out of hand? Visit our website: www.times.co.nz Updated every issue WHEN more than 60,000 Aussies’ mouths are shut in a chorus of silence you know they’re not happy. Unfortunately that was the only satisfaction All Blacks supporters could have got from last Saturday night’s disappointing 12-12 Bledis- loe Cup rugby draw against the Wallabies in the Sydney rain. That and the fact fortune didn’t favour the brave when Austral- ian captain Michael Hooper twice decided late in the first half to go for a try instead of allowing Kurt- ley Beale to convert two easy pen- alties into points. They say it’s often the top two inches that count most when con- fronted with a tight sporting con- test, something that will give an otherwise excellent Hooper food for thought. With yellow cards going to Wyatt Crockett and replacement first-five Beauden Barrett reduc- ing the All Blacks to 14 men for 20 minutes, this was a game Australia should have won with 65 per cent possession. In the end it was the All Blacks courageous defence that got them out of gaol although there was lit- tle jubilation in the knowledge they had failed to extend their word record equalling 17 consecu- tive test wins for a top tier nation. While the All Blacks will take comfort in the knowledge this Saturday night’s return match is at their Eden Park fortress where they have been unbeaten for 20 years, they will also need to show much better discipline and for- ward control after conceding 14 penalties compared with their opponents nine in Sydney. Although some of referee Jaco Peyper’s decisions were puzzling, New Zealand fans need to realise that under the coaching of Ewen McKenzie, Australia will pose a major threat in both this year’s Rugby Championship and next year’s World Cup. Without the rock solid Tony Woodcock to contend with, Wal- laby tighthead James Slipper had a boomer in Sydney, strong in the scrum and an able runner with ball in hand. Locks Sam Carter and Rob Sim- mons were solid and Hooper, Scott Fardy and Wycliff Palu held their own against vaunted All Blacks loo- sies Richie McCaw, Jerome Kaino and Kieran Read with Hooper a real danger on attack. While the All Blacks did well to cope with the backline threat posed by Beale, Adam Ashley- Cooper and Israel Folau, the Aussies aggressive tackling also stymied Malakai Fekitoa, Julian Savea and Ben Smith. Hence, although both teams will be hoping for better conditions at Eden Park to display their attack- ing class, the All Blacks will know they are up against a dangerous Aussie team that is growing in con- fidence. Meanwhile the incredible story of teenage golfer Lydia Ko contin- ued on Monday with a third place behind five-time major winner Inbee Park and Brittany Linci- come in the LPGA Championship in New York. Ko still has a chance to eclipse the 146-year record of Scotland’s Young Tom Morris who, in win- ning the 1886 Open Champion- ship at 17 years, five months and eight days, remains golf’s youngest major winner. Ko will be 17 years and four months next month when she plays the Evian Championship in France, an event in which she fin- ished second last year while still an amateur. Meanwhile she’s off to Canada this week seeking to defend her Canadian Open title which she has won over the past two years. The difference this time, should she win, is she gets to keep the prize money. Dumb Aussies music to ears Dumb Aussies music to ears Agnew’s Angle PIONEERS: From left, Cockle Bay brothers Correzze and Keaton Nepia are part of Baseball New Zealand history following age-group world championships this month. Correzze was in the NZ squad competing at the 15U World Cup in Mexico, where the Kiwis recorded the country’s first win at a world champs by beating South Africa 11-10. NZ placed 13th following further wins over Hong Kong and Lithuania. Somerville Intermediate pupil Keaton was in the inaugural NZ team to compete at the 12U Cal Ripken World Series in Maryland, United States. The boys went winless in the tournament, but two of the losses were by just one run, to Dominican Republic and Australia. Fellow Howick Pakuranga Baseball Club players Kyle Glogoski (15U) and Huriwaka and Tukuteihu Repia (12U) were also selected. Times photo Daniel Silverton Netballers into finals HOWICK United have dipped out on claiming a second consecutive Regional Premier League (RPL) netball title. The RPL is made up of the top 12 teams from around Counties Manukau, split into two divisions. Defending champions Howick United finished second following the division one round robin, with wins over Aztec, Manurewa Gold, Conifer Grove Platinum and Mellons Bay. Their only loss was to leaders Papatoe- toe Rangers, whom they met in the final at Auckland Netball Centre last Friday. Rangers led by four goals after the first quarter, then Howick United closed the gap to one goal at halftime. There was still one point in it at three- quarter time before Rangers ran away in the final period to win 54-46. “We lost the plot in the last five to six minutes and they dominated on attack and defence,” says coach Chris Dyke. “They were very slick and we struggled to get the ball through the court. They were hungrier than us and came through and got a lot of ball.” Being in the top three places of the RPL qualifies Howick United again for next year’s Super 14, contested between the best teams from Waikato, North Harbour, Auckland and Waitakere club competitions. The following day, Howick United defeated Timbertown Shelly Park 47-41 to finish top of Howick Pakuranga Net- ball Centre’s premier grade competition round. The other results were: Mellons Bay 1 81 Wakaaranga 36, Howick United 2 48 Pakuranga United 39, Mellons Bay 2 53 Pohutukawa Coast 41. Final standings: Howick United 1 24 points, Timbertown Shelly Park 24, Mellons Bay 1 21, Howick United 2 20, Pakuranga United 8, Wakaaranga 8, Mel- lons Bay 2 8, Pohutukawa Coast 0. Semi-finals this Saturday: Timbertown Shelly Park v Mellons Bay 1, 10am; How- ick United 1 v Howick United 2, 2pm.
Howick and Pakuranga Times Monday August 25 2014
Howick and Pakuranga Times Monday August 18 2014