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Papakura Courier : May 18th 2011
2 PAPAKURA COURIER, MAY 18, 2011 NEWS Office Ph 272 7017 Fax 265 1285 Editor Judith Tucker email: email@example.com Sales Manager Stuart Palmer email: firstname.lastname@example.org Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: email@example.com Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 20,224 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '09.) Delivered each Wednesday (RD Areas Thursday) to Ararimu, Alfriston, Ardmore, Brookby, Clarks Beach, Clevedon, Conifer Grove, Drury, Hunua, Karaka, Kawakawa Bay, Kingseat, Opaheke, Orere Point, Pahurehure, Papakura, Paparimu, Patumahoe, Ponga, Ramarama, Red Hill, Runciman, Seagrove, Takanini, Te Hihi, Waiau Pa. Includes Rural Delivery areas: Drury RD 1, 2,3.PapakuraRD1,2,3,4,5. Pukekohe RD4. Manurewa RD1. 33 Birmingham Rd, East Tamaki. P.O. Box 76-400, Manukau City. www.papakuracourier.co.nz PLEASE CHECK THE EXPIRY DATE ON YOUR NEW ZEALAND FIREARMS LICENCE. If you wish to continue shooting, you must apply to renew your licence before this date, or You may surrender your licence at any time before the expiry date. You need to do one of these things before the expiry date. If you have changed address since your firearms licence was issued, you are required by law to let us know. Complete your details in the space provided and send to your nearest Arms Office (local Police can provide the location). Or, visit our website at www.police.govt.nz and use the link provided to update your address. Firearms Licence Holder NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS (please print) Surname Date of Birth Forename(s) Licence Number New Address Phone Signature Date MEALS ON WHEELS Volunteer drivers are urgently needed to deliver hot lunches to the elderly in the Manurewa and Papatoetoe areas. Meals are collected and delivered weekdays and drivers are rostered to deliver one day a fortnight or one day a month. If you have a car and 60- 90 minutes to spare around midday during the week please phone Andrea Sutton on 262-0942 1234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ACROSS 1 Endangered NZ bird (4,4) 7 Love (Maori) (5) 8 Ignore (9) 9 Extinct bird (3) 10 Avoid (4) 11 Wanders (6) 13 Former pupil (3,3) 14 Eight notes (6) 17 Hold tightly (6) 18 Very old (4) 20 Hill or peak (3) 22 NZ actor who appeared in 2009 Star Trek movie (4,5) 23 Italian word meaning pie (5) 24 Fellow crewman (8) No.1361 ©THE PUZZLE COMPANY DOWN 1 Waits (5) 2 Not well thought out (7) 3 Song for two (4) 4 Maps for mariners (6) 5 Sleeping rooms (5) 6 Feeling of unease (7) 7 Go forward (7) 12 Main town in NZ's tobacco- growing area (7) 13 Maori version of October (7) 15 Branch of mathematics (7) 16 Singe (6) 17 Something popular, but short- lived (5) 19 Solid (5) 21 Belch (4) SOLUTION 1359 WINDPIPE E M HEEEPONGA ALEXANDRA J R RDKDNORB FELT FL IMSY L EOEU E PASTRY TRUSTS O DSEM T BREACH WI NG ERARYSTE N I LYTTELTON CARRYHEEE YN BEAR I NGS Coffee can be catalyst By HINERANGI VAIMOSO Fair's fair: Rennie Quin has started the Pay Fairtrade Forward Day. Go to www.papakura courier.co.nz to see how the Pay Fairtrade Forward Day works. Many of us do it at least once a day without batting an eye- lid at the cost or sparing a thought for the work that goes into getting your coffee to your local cafe. Papakura woman Rennie Qin is asking that today people hit local fair trade cafes and share their coffee experience with a complete stranger. Today is Pay Fairtrade For- ward Day when people are asked to pay for a coffee and leave it as a free gift for the next customer. Miss Qin says the gesture, hoped to spark a domino effect throughout the day, is part of a national campaign to break the poverty cycle. The 18-year-old former top scholar at ACG Strathallan College and now second year medical student at Auckland University has spent the past two months establishing and promoting the campaign. Pay Fairtrade Forward is based on an international movement Pay It Forward but with a fair trade twist, Miss Qin says. I believe this movement will be a huge hit because Kiwis are such a fun-loving and generous bunch, she says Through the domino effect, you are influencing so many people, both third world farmers and cafe customers. Miss Qin, is a part of P3 Foundation, a charitable organisation formed by young people working together to create a world without pov- erty. Fair trade products ensure farmers are getting a fair wage as well as an additional Fairtrade Premium which is invested in social and com- munity development pro- jects, she says. Supported by Fairtrade ANZ and Oxfam, the exper- iment takes place nationwide in fair trade cafes. Go to www.p3foundation.org. MISSED Solutions to crossword 1359 Job offer comes with stolen cheques Police say overseas scammers are up to their tricks again -- this time targeting members of the public through a bogus job advertisement. The scam involves an adver- tisement which ran in the Manukau Courier on March 29 headed Job opportunity in D&P Textile Limited. The ad may also have appeared in other pub- lications. The ad, which is full of grammatical errors, says the company is seeking staff to start immediately for a num- ber of roles with no experience needed. Police communications man- ager Natalie Swart says applicants are asked to email a specified address then they re offered a job and asked to open an account with ASB. Stolen cheques are posted to the applicants who are instructed to deposit the money into their bank account for a few days then withdraw the money and send overseas via Western Union Transfers, she says. As the scam appears to have originated overseas, unfortunately police have very limited ability to investigate and prosecute. Anyone who believes they have been a victim of this or other scams is encouraged to visit the Consumer Affairs Department scam website to report it.
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