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www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, September 10, 2015 — 11 Secure entertainer’s dream with development potential ADVERTORIAL PS0642A Abeautifully refurbished home in a central location will be making its public debut this weekend. The exclusive property located at 20 Kestrel Place, in Glen Innes’ Wai O Taiki Bay boasts panoramic views of the Tamaki Estuary and backs on to a peaceful nature reserve, fringed by sprawling green links to one of the city’s best reserves loved by dog walkers, families and sports groups alike The 1950s’ two-storey weatherboard dwelling on a 905m2 section exudes privacy and tranquillity with full fencing, an electronic front gate and lockable security screens on all doors Upon entering, visitors are greeted by a picturesque landscape consisting of an idyllic rock garden, a water fountain and two goldfish ponds Back in the rear garden equipped with security lighting, there is a bonus surprise in the shape of a spa pool with soothing music, light and aqua massage under cover of a cedar chalet for ultimate relaxation. Inside, the open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining areas drenched in morning sun blend seamlessly together and a defining point of the house is polished native timber flooring throughout the main level. Large, sunny decks on both levels have big appeal especially for the summer entertaining season, where you can sit and relax while looking out to the bay, or just watch the herons, doves and pukeko enjoying themselves. Upstairs you will find the spacious second lounge, bathroom, and fourth bedroom along with a study nook all opening up to the sprawling deck. Attractive on so many levels, this prime slice of real estate is a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. With floor space measuring at a generous 151m2, there is plenty of space to live, breathe and grow. When the unitary plan takes effect, this piece of paradise will spell limitless potential for the right investor. Land bank now for the future. See it in all its glory with the first open home debuting this Saturday, 10am and on Sunday, 10am. The auction will be held on-site on September 26 at 10am. 20 Kestrel Place, Wai O Taiki Bay, Glen Innes; 4 brms, 2 bathrooms, 905m2 land, 151m2 property. Contact Monika Maynard, Professionals, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, ph 555 9102, mob 0274 832 515. CP0446-v3 PH: 0800 MY PROMO • WWW.ALLABOUTPROMO.CO.NZ CP0446 IT TAKES YOU TO START THE TREND. Support the local businesses who support the area where you live, work and play. www.times.co.nz | Ph 271 8000 facebook.com/TimesOnlineNZ Level 1, The Lane, Botany Town Centre. SHOP EAT SPEND READ LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL Am interested in knowing from which countries do we get the maximum number of students who want to study here? Is it from China, India, UK or Middle Eastern countries? Do you have the latest figures regarding the same? - Ms Smith Hi Ms Smith. Although we don’t have the latest figures, I would note that most of our international fee-paying students come from China and India. Although most students come from China, India is slowly catching up. According to education statistics, the top five source countries for international fee-paying students in 2013 (the latest figures available) were China, India, Japan, South Korea and Saudi Arabia. I am a 33-year-old production engineer and have done my post graduation diploma in banking before I did my MBA level 9 from AUT. I was on a two-year study visa after which I returned home to India. I’m presently married and working as an IT service delivery manager for a payment gateway company in India. My wife is an IT eng BE, working as a testing analyst with a work experience of close to six years. Do we qualify to apply for PR and does my wife need to do a NZQA? - Samir Kuraishi Hi Samir. Seeing you hold a NZ Master’s Degree, studied in NZ for a minimum of two years and both you and your wife appear to be highly qualified, with experience, is very encouraging. We have, in the past, been able to get successful outcomes for applicants without a job offer with similar backgrounds. However, the information provided in your query is too brief and I would strongly recommend that a detailed assessment needs to be carried out by a licenced professional to test your eligibility for residence and the need to assess your wife’s qualification from NZQA. MATTERS With Saif Shaikh Immigration 166 Harris Rd, East Tamaki, Auckland Phone: 09 272 4424 email: email@example.com www.immigrationadvicenz.com IMMIGRATION MATTERS Immigration questions answered Now that’s promotional excellence DESCRIBED as “a thoughtful, internal campaign that had a much greater impact than was originally intended,” a stylised, branded poppy pot with poppy seeds has delivered another Australasian award for a mother and daughter promotions team. All About Promotions is run by Pip Burns and her daughter Bo. They recently headed across the Tasman to receive a bronze for Promotional Excellence in the Business to Business programme at the Australasian Promotional Products Association (APPA) Awards held in Sydney. The promotion was devised for their client The Skills Organisation, which wanted to encourage its staff, clients and suppliers to sow the seeds of remembrance in its commitment to ANZAC commemorations. ‘Grow Your Own Poppy Pot’ was the result and the pots and seeds were delivered to the clients’ desks on April 23, two days before ANZAC Day was commemorated in Australia and New Zealand. Award judges said the idea was simple and well-executed, “with gratifying emotional connection between recipients”. Bo says she and Pip are thrilled with the judges’ decision and to be recognised on such an important international level. All About Promotions has won four other APPA and local awards in recent years. Last year, a USB stick mounted in a wooden holder took silver in the category for environmentally friendly, sustainable, green, recycling programmes at the APPA event. The UBS stick was packaged in a recyclable wooden box, engraved with the logo of the client Energy for Industry (EFI). Messages about EFI’s energy solutions business and brand were uploaded onto the flash drive, and the nifty package containing the sustainable energy story was distributed to companies throughout the country. Pip Burns and daughter Bo at the Sydney awards.
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