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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, May 21, 2014 — 9 Senior Social Fitness The 30 minute aerobic sessions are moderatly active and on offer twice a week. You’ll be working out with great people and getting active with friendly support. What’s best though is that all classes are free to members. Visit us at Marina Fitness to sign up today. Where: Marina Fitness L1 Compass Building, Ara Tai Drive, Half Moon Bay When: 10.30am Monday and Wednesday from 26 May 2014 Cost: Free for members, $6 for non members or $50 concession available New programmes at Marina Fitness Check out our special youth member rates and take advantage of this class. With a number of classes available during the week for Where: Marina Fitness L1 Compass Building, Ara Tai Drive, Half Moon Bay When: 4.15-5.15pm Monday - Thursday from 26 May 2014 Cost: Free for youth members Find out more: call 09 534 3590 or visit www.aucklandleisure.co.nz 125338 THU-WED 10:00, 12:40, 3:30, 6:20, 9:10PM FRI-SAT 8:10PM THU-FRI 6:00, 8:40PM SAT-SUN 12:50, 3:30, 6:00, 8:40PM MON-WED 6:00, 8:40PM THU 5:20, 6:20, 8:10, 9:10PM FRI 5:20, 6:20, 9:10PM SAT 12:40, 2:20, 3:30, 5:20, 6:20, 9:10PM SUN 12:40, 2:20, 3:30, 5:20, 6:20, 8:10, 9:10PM MON-WED 5:20, 6:20, 8:10, 9:10PM THU-WED 4:30PM THU 1:40, 7:10PM FRI 1:40, 7:10, 8:10PM SAT 10:50, 1:40, 7:10, 8:10PM SUN 10:50, 1:40, 7:10PM MON-WED 1:40, 7:10PM WED 11:00AM SAT -SUN 10:15AM, TUE 10:00AM SAT -SUN 10:00AM, TUE 10:00AM GENERAL ADMISSION THU-FRI 12:10, 2:15, 4:30, 6:40, 9:10PM SAT-SUN 2:30, 4:30, 6:40, 9:10PM MON-WED 12:10, 2:15, 4:30, 6:40, 9:10PM THU-FRI 4:45PM MON-WED 4:45PM THU-FRI 10:50AM, SAT-SUN 5:15PM MON 10:50AM, TUE 11:40AM WED 10:50AM THU-FRI 10:30AM SAT-SUN 2:20PM, MON-WED 10:30AM THU-WED 10:10, 12:50, 3:30, 6:00, 7:40, 8:40PM THU-FRI 10:00, 4:20PM SAT-SUN 11:20, 1:50, 4:10PM MON-WED 10:00, 4:20PM SAT-SUN 10:10AM SAT-SUN 11:50AM THU-FRI 1:30PM, MON 1:30PM TUE 2:00PM, WED 1:30PM THU-FRI 10:40, 4:00PM SAT-SUN 10:40, 12:20, 4:00PM MON-WED 10:40, 4:00PM THU-WED 1:00, 6:10, 9:00PM THU-FRI 11:20, 6:30, 8:50PM SAT-SUN 6:30, 8:50PM MON-TUE 11:20, 6:30, 8:50PM WED 6:30, 8:50PM THU-FRI 1:50PM, MON-WED 1:50PM THU 11:40, 2:30, 5:20, 8:10PM FRI 11:40, 2:30, 5:20PM SAT 11:30, 2:20, 5:20PM SUN-WED 11:30, 2:20, 5:20, 8:10PM 588 CHAPEL ROAD, BOTANY 09 488 6000 .NZ DRUG USE, SEX SCENES AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. VIOLENCE. VIOLENCE. OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. VIOLENCE. VIOLENCE. LOW LEVEL VIOLENCE. VIOLENCE. ADULT THEMES. VIOLENCE VIOLENCE. OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND SEXUAL REFERENCES. VIOLENCE. 125320-v3 BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Travel buddies DO YOU no longer have a partner yet are still keen on travel? This travel group has its main goal to avoid the high single supplement charges and the aim of introducing like-minded people to hopefully seek compatibil- ity, together with the common goal of becoming travel buddies. You’re welcome to attend our meeting on May 25 at 11.45am for a social drink and chat before lunch at 12.30pm at Bucklands Beach Yacht Club, Ara- Tai Road, Half Moon Bay. Phone Robin Angus on 535-4050, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Green fingers FLAT Bush Garden Club meets on May 29 at St Paul’s Church Hall, Chapel Road, at 7.30pm. The topic is waste management and Mangeman- geroa Reserve, presented by John Spiller, the Howick Local Board member. There will be a trade table and raffles, plus supper, and every- one is welcome. Phone Jill on 533- 7947 or Pat on 250-1447. Autumn planting THE public is invited to help with tree planting at Mangemangeroa Reserve. Meet at the barn in Somer- ville Road car park at 9am on May 24. Another planting takes place on June 14, same place, same time, for the Friends of Mangemangeroa, Rotary and Pakuranga Chinese Association planting. Bring friends and family, planting tools to dig and drinking water. Phone Graham on 276-3092 for May 24 planting and Jim on 534- 7851 for June 14. Community group FLAT Bush Community Group’s annual general meeting is on May 25, 2pm at Old Flat Bush School, corner of Murphys and Flat Bush School Roads. New arrivals to the Flat Bush area are especially invited. Female fellowship DOVE Catholic fellowship for women, come and share a cuppa, friendship and encouragement at the next meeting on May 27, 7.30pm at St Anne’s Parish Hall, Manurewa. Phone Grace on 577-3479. Book a librarian USE a librarian for more than finding books. Pakuranga Library staff can help you use your computer. Book a librarian for free help with using Microsoft Word, email, accessing the internet, finding items held by Auck- land Libraries, downloading e-books and research queries. Pakuranga Library is at 7 Aylesbury Street, phone 576-5269. All aglow JOIN our Aglow International meet- ing on May 28, 9.30am to noon, at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga. Be inspired by visit- ing guest speaker Priscilla Billby, a specialist nurse and C3 community member. All welcome. Phone Laraine on 537-4070. Country tunes EASTERN Districts Country Music Club meets on May 28 at Bucklands Beach Hall, Wharf Road, from 7.30- 10pm. Come and listen to our singers or have a go yourself, $4 door charge for non-members. Phone Kevin on 534-5509. Design demonstrator HOWICK Floral Art Club’s monthly demonstration and competition is on May 26 at Howick Bowling Club, 33 Selwyn Road, starting at 1pm. The demonstrator is Leigh Greenstreet, a qualified teacher and judge, who has won the designer of the year compe- tition at the Garden Festival on the North Shore. The monthly competi- tion is Twist and Shout. Visitors wel- come at $10. Phone Sue on 535-4593. Round dancing A BEGINNER’S class is held on Fri- day nights at Pakuranga Heights School Hall, Udys Road, at 7.30pm. It’s fun, you will learn to dance and keep fit and meet new people. Phone Sheryll on 626-6343 or Lesley on 021-166-6988. Mix and mingle HAVE no partner and love to dance? Join us at Howick RSA, Wellington Street, on May 25 from 7pm. Live band, open bar, tea/coffee, friendly people, $12 entry. For more details, phone Carol on 021-401-235, or see www.aucklandsingleadults.org.nz. Support meeting LYMPHOEDEMA support meeting is on May 26, 7.30pm, Domain Lodge, 1 Boyle Crescent, off Park Road, Grafton. Phone Joy on 625-6463. Opportunity shop SOME of the best prices are at The Garage Op Shop, 96 Udys Road, Pakuranga, on Thursday and Friday, 10am to 4pm, and Saturday, 9am to 3pm. Phone 576-2435, or email to email@example.com. Building blocks BUILD and create with Lego is on the last Sunday of each month at Highland Park Library, with the next on May 25 from 10am to 3pm. Phone 535-5935. Evacuees’ reunion AUCKLAND branch of Evacu- ees Reunion Association meets on May 24 at St Mark’s Church Hall, Pakuranga Road, at 1.30pm. Entry $3, bring plate for afternoon tea, raffle. The speaker is from Women’s Ref- uge. Phone Connie on 626-7009 or Jean on 576-9266. Co-operation in detecting drugs A VISIT by a Chinese police delegation is helping to increase co-operation in the fight against precursor drug chemicals and illegal drugs coming into New Zealand. The recent Chinese anti-narcotics and forensic drug testing delegation came from the National Narcotics Control Commission of China. In the visiting group were the chief of China’s drug intelligence and forensic centre, Xu Guang Han, and China’s top expert on the identification and analysis of illicit drugs, Dr Zhen Dong Hua. NZ Police arranged the visit as a way to help strengthen ties with their Chinese counterparts. Police inspector Stuart Mills, co-ordinator of the National Drug Intelligence Bureau, says the visit is another important step forward in co-operation with China. “ The visit focuses us on the important work for both countries to prevent illegal narcotics coming from China to NZ,” he says. “It allows NZ authorities to work closely together on identifying the criminal networks that bring in drugs to try and make money from other people’s misery.” The Chinese delegation met with its counterparts in police, the Organised Financial Crime Agency, Customs, Environmental Science and Research, and visited forensic scientific laboratories in Auckland and Wellington.
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