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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday May 5 2016
www.times.co.nz A Times Newspapers Supplement — Botany Town Centre Celebrating 15 Years — 3 *Offer valid from Tuesday 26th April until Sunday 8th May 2016 or while stocks last, in Bendon Lingerie stores and online at bendonlingerie.co.nz only. Receive the Bendon Lush Robe valued at $89.95, when you spend $150 or more in a single transaction. This offer is only available while stocks last. Discount does not apply to the purchase of Gift Vouchers or Gift Cards. See in-store for more details. BOTANY BOTANY TOWN CENTRE FASHION PAVILION KC1157015 TH Birthda y Prices valid Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th May 2016 only at New World Botany Town Centre. Trade not supplied. Deals valid until this Sunday or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Tarakihi Fillets 2199kg Sirloin Steak 1799kg Hot Cooked Chicken Size 14 799ea Baguettes 99c ea Croissants 4 Pack 299ea Thursday – Sunday only! 1of15$200 New World Botany Gift Cards Thursday 5th May - Sunday 8th May Beinto WIN KC11579 food stalls, which complement the centre’s vast array of restaurants and dining options. Making the most of the leaf-lined streets surrounding Botany Town Centre, the annual Summer Fun Run and Walk (now in its eighth year) is a key date in the calendar for many locals – more than 500 people take part annually. The event boasts a number of veteran participants and offers a boost for people of all fitness levels, with the option of walking or running a 5km or 10km circuit which starts and finishes at the centre. The event is also a successful supporter of many local charities. Sirens and lights take over Town Centre Drive and the ASB Bank car park during the ever-popular Everyday Heroes event. Locals of all ages get the chance to interact with their two- and four-legged heroes, while learning about the day- to-day activities of emergency services. As well as the yearly favourites, Botany Town Centre is focused on ensuring the interests and needs of all in the community are met through a variety of events and support campaigns – from hosting Sensory Santa sessions (which provides a safe environment for children with sensory disorders to interact with Santa in a quiet environment), movie premieres, outdoor cinema screenings, busking competitions, local talent shows and, in a recent shopping centre first for New Zealand, a Dog Adoption Drive that made national news. Botany Town Centre invited DC Rescue Dogs to help bring together dog-lovers and homeless pups and educate people of all ages on dog safety. The dogs were rescued from overrun Auckland pounds and introduced to would-be adoptive families in a safe and accessible environment. The adoption drive saved 15 dogs from death row and locals made generous donations of kennels, bedding and food. Botany Town Centre continues to work collaboratively with its community to develop initiatives for residents to get the most out of the Town Centre, its busy bus hub and to make the area an even better place to live, work and play. Left, Botany Citizens Advice Bureau coordinator Cat Finai and Kim Godinich CAB Pakuranga Board chair, recognise the opening of the Botany bureau. Right, Spiderman arrives at Botany to celebrate the annual Community Day.
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