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Are you ready to fly high?
The International Travel College of
New Zealand (ITC) has just opened a
brand new Airport Training Centre at
its City Campus. The centre will be only
the second of its kind in the country;
the first is at ITC's Botany Campus.
The huge Airport Training Centres
simulate real-world airports, including
check in, customs, gate lounges, and
even planes where students are trained
in all aspects of in-flight service.
Training also incorporates the CODECO
online check in system, currently used
by 52 airlines worldwide.
ITC has been a premium supplier in the
airline, airport and travel and tourism
industries for over 15 years. The college
focuses on making its' training relevant
to employers in those areas.
"We've got great relationships with
the industries we work with, and the
practical nature of our courses means
that our graduates are ready to work in
their chosen fields," says ITC's Marketing
Director Claire Huxley. "That translates
into great job placement rates and a
willingness from our industry partners
to provide our students with onsite
Both ITC's Botany and City Campuses
are taking 2011 enrolments now. Find
out how you can launch your career
in the airline, airport, and travel and
tourism industries by phoning the ITC
Team now 0800 868747 or
(09) 373 5510 for more information,
or check our website www.itc.co.nz
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Kurariki sent back to jail
Jailed: Bailey Junior Kurariki.
Bailey Junior Kurariki, New
Zealand s youngest convicted killer,
has been sent back to jail on dom-
estic violence and assault charges.
An agitated Kurariki was jailed
for 14 months when he appeared for
sentence in the Manukau District
Court last week.
The 21-year-old faced five charges
relating to two separate incidents
earlier this year.
One incident involved a 48-year-
old man who cycled past Kurariki
mother s house and another
involved his girlfriend and her male
Sentencing was supposed to get
under way in the morning but
because of confusion over Kurariki
electing to represent himself, the
case was adjourned until after
Then Judge Margaret Rogers
asked the Corrections Department
to clarify several points in the pre-
sentencing report and the case was
again adjourned. When it
reconvened more than an hour
later, Judge Rogers asked Kurariki
if he thought he was capable of
carrying out his sentence in the
In his long and often incoherent
response he said he didn t like one
day in jail but he d rather be there
than in the community as that
would mean stand down, stand
When he finished speaking he
crossed his arms and stared at the
Kurariki was convicted of man-
slaughter in 2002 for his role as a
lookout in the killing of pizza deliv-
ery man Michael Choy in Papakura
on September 12, 2001.
Kurariki was 12 at the time of the
killing and was released from jail in
Operatunity comes to town
Papakura gets the
chance to return to the
1950s when Operatunity
hits town next week.
Kiwi rocker Tom
Sharplin and his band
are joining Operatunity s
Geoffrey Hughes and
Karen Davy in a national
Rock around the 50s
Hughes and two
friends formed Opera-
tunity in 2001 to offer
for singers. Its Daytime
Concert Series start at
11am and are aimed at
people who prefer to go
out during the day.
Audiences are invited
to dress up and join the
fun at next week s show.
Tickets are just $28
including lunch with the
artists, with discounts
available for group or
The Papakura concert
Hawkins Theatre, 13
Ray Small Drive.
Call 0508-266-237, go
nz or email bookings@o-
peratunity.co.nz to book.
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