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4 — A Times Newspapers Supplement — Botany Town Centre Celebrating 15 Years www.times.co.nz ^The Open Learning free 30 minute training session per person available only with purchase of associated product at advertised price - computers, tablets & smartphones. Value of the free training session cannot be taken off the price of the product or be exchanged or redeemed for cash or products. Offer begins Thursday 5th May and must be booked and undertaken before Tuesday 31st May 2016, only while places are available. Only valid at Noel Leeming Botany Town Centre. †Price Promise Terms and Conditions are available online visit www.noelleeming.co .nz . For more information contact us on 0800 555 989. FCBNOE6835 Come in store, meet our passionate team, and we’ll get your technology sorted with great advice and unbeatable deals. Don’t forget we’ll match any competitors advertised price† plus give you Fly Buys. Noel Leeming Botany Town Centre Shop B04, Botany Town Centre Ti Rakau Drive, East Tamaki, Auckland Ph: 0800 44 44 88 Mon – Wed: 9am – 5.30pm Thu–Fri:9am–9pm Sat: 9am – 5.30pm Sun: 10am – 5.30pm welcome here BotanyRdTeIrirangiDrChapelRoadChapelRoad Ti Rakau Dr Bowscale P lace Tolben Place KeswickCloseCastlemaineCloseAmblesideDrive We are here Botany Town Centre Need help with your smartphone, tablet or computer? Our learning specialists will help you get the most out of your technology Take up our special offer Call us on 0800 555 989 to book your one-on-one session today Bookings available Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday during store hours in May. introduction to your device 30 minute ^ free Noel Leeming Botany Need help with your smartphone, tablet or computer? Our learning 30 minute 30minute tablet or computer? Our learning 30 minute offervalidmonthofMayonly proud to be a part of Botany Town Centre NOE6835 Botany Town Publication 360x152 v10.indd 1 28/04/16 4:50 pm KC11592 Botany Town Centre Medical Practice We are a Cornerstone accredited General Practice who prides itself on clinical excellence, friendliness and professionalism. Dr Pieter Vosloo has been practicing in the area for more than 20 years. New permanent doctor Dr Harry Faulls joined the practice in December. • Screening, primary prevention • Immunisations • Acute and chronic health conditions • Skin Cancer Surgery • Minor surgery • Southern Cross Affiliated • Ear suctioning • Driving/diving medicals • See our website for more TAKING NEW ENROLMENTS NOW! Visit our website www.botanymedicalpractice.com for further information You can now book appointments online 24/7. KC11588 A nationwide first was achieved recently when a shopping centre community garden was planted and harvested within the Town Centre. The garden grows seasonal produce year-round for those in the community needing extra support. A key partner is the Botany branch of the charity Bellyful, which makes meals for new mums and families. The garden continues to flourish through Tui Garden Products sponsoring plant protection products and the Centre’s landscapers maintaining and caring for the produce. A crucial element is Botany Town Centre’s super-sustainable ‘grind to ground’ initiative, which uses leftover coffee grounds as a natural fertiliser. Botany Town Centre senior marketing manager Desiree Clark Securing a sustainable future All progressive communities are sustainability-minded, and Botany Town Centre’s work towards a greener future dates back to the centre’s opening in 2001, and has grown through multiple community campaigns and business sustainability initiatives. A prominent milestone was the centre’s 1 + 1 = TREE campaign, which funded the planting of thousands of native trees by local schoolchildren. The (literally ground-breaking) initiative had an indelible effect on the child participants, who can be proud that the trees they planted stand maturely 10 years on. Amos Fong and Josh Seaborn from Botany Downs Secondary College help plant trees in Logan Carr Reserve.
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