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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, March 20, 2013 --- 21 138J HARRIS RD, EAST TAMAKI Ph: 271 6262 • email: email@example.com Call us for a free quote 5 Year Warranty. Cheapest Cooling/Heating. 119081-V5 IFIX4U $1925 FROM $1725 INSTALLED Air Conditioners, Heat Pumps, Ventilation, Insulation, Moisture Control, INQUIRE ABOUT THE FREE INSULATION GOVT SUBSIDY UP TO $1300 Tour our village and join us for lunch on Friday, April 5 at 10.30am The 2010 RVA Manager of the Year Bruce Cullington will give a brief overview of the life at Acacia Cove. See and feel for yourself the Acacia Cove lifestyle. Please RSVP to 268 8522 by Monday, April 1 Wattle Farm Road, Wattle Downs, Manurewa Ph 268 8522 • Fax 268 8422 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.acaciacovevillage.co.nz New Zealand Owned and Operated Acacia Cove is a country-style village situated on the beautiful Wattle Downs Peninsula. Who could ask for more? For those who appreciate the tranquility of an estuary setting Acacia Cove has it all, as well as its own restaurant, heated indoor pool, library, bowling green and new gym. Whether you choose to live in a villa or one of our luxurious apartments, you'll have the security of a 24 hour, fully monitored emergency call system built in. If you're aged 55 or over, value your independence but want greater security, come and have a look at the superb properties we have to offer. A right to occupy dwelling at Acacia Cove Village is unsecured. YOU'RE INVITED! 120174 The perfect reminder of everything Howick. 100% cotton teatowel. Buy one for yourself, give to friends or send abroad. 87 Picton St Howick Ph 534 2490 PROUDLY HOWICK! Also available at Howick Historical Village ONLY $15EA goes international Island Brewery; Island Coffee; Rangihoua Estate olive oil; Waiheke Aqua water; topped off with home-made Ice Queen sorbet and ice cream. The sculpture exhibition was established in 2003 by the Waiheke Community Art Gallery attracting an initial 12,000 visitors and quickly became a premier outdoor sculpture event. With the additions made this year, Headland Sculpture on the Gulf now stands to become an international attraction. Rangihoua Estate olive oil is leading the charge, being ranked in the top 20 extra virgin olive oils in the world in the 2013 edition of Flow Olei, the Italian guide to the world’s best olive oil. Such achievements consolidate a new focus on Auckland, with the super- city ranking third behind Vienna and Zurich for the best quality of living in the Mercer 2012 Quality of Living Survey. London-based Monocle Magazine placed Auckland ninth in its urban quality of life ranking, up from 13th in 2011 and 20th in 2010. The magazine’s editor-in- chief checked out Auckland in early January and, according to Mayor Len Brown, a highlight of his visit, apart from the sunny weather, was a visit to Waiheke Island — which doesn’t surprise those of us who experienced Headland Sculpture on the Gulf this summer. PLACE TO GATHER: Premier award winner, Pavilion structure, by Gregor Kregar, left; Every home should have one, by Peter Lange, right.
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