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10 --- Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, January 8, 2014 www.times.co.nz Happy New Year to all our customers. We are now open and normal hours have resumed 123997-v2 2a 302 Te Irirangi Drive, Flat Bush Phone 271 0008 Best Price, Best Quality, Automatic Car Washing in Auckland at T.J's CarWash ON $12 124591-V2 YOU'D BE MAD TO GO ANYWHERE ELSE! 347 Ti Rakau Dr, East Tamaki opposite Howick & Eastern Buses and next to Animates Pet Centre $8 Like us on Facebook TJ's Car Wash Botany Downs FROM $59.95 64a TI RAKAU DR, PAKURANGA OPEN 7 DAYS www.lawnheat.co.nz Happy New Year TRADE INS WELCOME! NEW Mowers from $499 7 William Roberts Rd, Pakuranga Ph 950 7351 www.pakurangamedical.co.nz Our offices have re-opened and normal hours have resumed 120728-V2 PHYSIOTHERAPY, PHARMACY & LAB ONSITE Eileen Sables GP Simon Russell GP Richard Mercer GP Denis Lee GP Henry Doerr GP Lorraine McKinstry GP Bushra Kadhim GP Barbara Schafer GP Paul Beveridge GP Teresa Booth GP Ph 535 4190 www.galbraiths.co.nz 121890-V2 We wish our clients a Happy New Year Our offices have re-opened and normal hours have resumed. Units 1-3 Fencible Chambers, Cnr Fencible Dr & Moore St, Howick Village Rockabye wishes all warmth, good cheer, and a Happy New Year 125956-V2 Taking enrolments now 122 Aviemore Dr, Highland Park. Ph 533 0218. firstname.lastname@example.org Quality educational programme Newborn to 5 years Full & Part-time care Qualified experienced staff ...would like to wish all her customers a very happy New Year. Thanks for your business during 2013. I will be open 7 days a week over the holidays for all your rental car needs. 124697-V2 Looking back at 2013 DECEMBER: Mission Heights Primary School's winning problem solvers, from left, Helen Huang, Jesurum Bartley, Caitlin Pillary and Vivienne Tam. Times photo David McPherson December SANTA Claus and his elves ■ arrived for the annual Howick Santa Parade, which brought out thousands of people to watch 56 groups and foats demonstrate top community spirit, the larg- est participation in the history of the parade, contributing to the Howick Children’s Charitable Trust. SEVERAL people broke into ■ the Howick Returned and Serv- ices’ Association (RSA) building, stealing money from tills in the bar and restaurant, coins from the 18 gaming machines and cigarettes and alcohol. FOR the third time in fve years, ■ Mission Heights Primary School was preparing for the international Problem Solving event at Iowa State University in the United States, after winning the com- munity section of the New Zea- land annual competition for their project to solve childhood obesity. PAKURANGA College head boy ■ Brian Yeom sat nine exams, four in statistics, calculus, chemistry and classics at scholarship level, and fve in biology, chemistry, statis- tics, classics and English for NCEA level 3. GRAEME Gower, of Danne- ■ mora, refected on 54 years in retail with no intentions of retiring from his job as equipment co-ordinator for the Countdown supermarket chain. LONG-serving beauty pageant ■ matriarch, Val Lott, appealed for people interested in providing a new home for her treasure trove of memorabilia, gathered over 25 years of organising beauty con- tests. A MAN was arrested and ■ charged by police after investiga- tors allegedly discovered his ille- gal cannabis plant crop hidden in a shipping container underground at an East Tamaki property.
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