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PAPAKURA COURIER, MARCH 7, 2012
Best of Fresh for Less
Normal Trading Hours: Monday to Sunday 7.30am -- 7.00pm
Cnr Great South Rd
& Walters Road
Ph (09) 299 3328
All our fresh fruit and vegetables in store are clearly labelled for country of origin
Green Seedless Grapes
Craddock Family Farm Size 7 Eggs
Royal Gala Apples
Californian Navel Oranges
Free entry and free parking!
Friday-Saturday 9-10 March 2012, 10am-4pm at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane
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Welcome to a celebration of all things disability!
Come and see all the daily living aids, new products and services, and so much more
--- all under one massive roof!
This is your opportunity to try something different. There ll also be a wonderful array of sports demonstrations hosted by Halberg Trust
--- sailing, boccia, skiing, wheelchair tennis and basketball, just to name a few! Saturday s youth programme (hosted by Phab and
Carabina) will include some amazing activities, including Aussie rock band Rudely Interrupted playing live.
Papakura to receive a boost from
More than $90,000 will be given away to
local communi es around New Zealand
this year, thanks to the SuperValue
Community Cash Fund.
The Fund, which kicks off this month,
will allow community groups, individuals
and schools from the Papakura area to
apply for monthly $200 grants from the
Papakura and Takanini SuperValue stores.
There are 40 SuperValue Supermarkets
throughout New Zealand, and all the
stores are owned and operated by locals.
Papakura SuperValue store owner BJ
Patel says the store is an integral part of
"No other business touches as many
individuals and communi es as a
supermarket does, and this fund gives us
a great opportunity to meet the specific
needs of the Papakura community."
BJ says the Community Cash Fund is
another way SuperValue store owners
are providing assistance to individuals
and groups helping others. "For many
years we've helped out our community
in various ways, and we're excited to be
launching the Fund here in Papakura."
Applica ons are available from any
SuperValue Supermarket or at www.
supervalue.co.nz and can be dropped off
in-store at any me during the month. The
successful recipient(s) will be announced
by the local SuperValue owner at the start
of every month.
Alex The Kid
Supported by Andrew Mockler
5pm - 11pm
Pianist to perform
Piano sounds: Pianist Roman Rudnytsky comes to Papakura.
Go to www.papakuracourier.co.nz
to see and click on Latest Edition to
see Roman Rudnytsky at the piano.
An American concert pianist is
taking to the stage in Papakura
Ukrainian descent, is starting his
13th concert tour of New Zealand
at the Hawkins Theatre in Papa-
He first started playing for New
Zealand audiences back in the
mid-1980s and has performed in
His programme will feature
Beethoven, Chopin, the Sonata,
op 10 (1931) on Ukrainian
themes by his father Antin
Rudnytsky, Clementi s Sonata in
B Flat, Debussy s Estampes and
Mr Rudnytsky will also explain
the works on the programme to
He performs on Sunday,
2.30pm-4pm. Advance tickets are
$10 for adults, concessions $8;
door sales $15 for adults,
concessions $10. Tickets from the
Hawkins Theatre box office,
-- Melissa Kinealy
CAB can help with power choice
If you dread opening your power
bill now might be the perfect
time to visit the Citizens Advice
Every year the Papakura
bureau sees a range of clients
who are really struggling to pay
their power bills and face discon-
nection because of high costs.
Manager Inga Nu u says staff
can help check that they re get-
ting the cheapest power.
It s Citizens Advice Bureau
Awareness Week from March
12-18. Last year volunteers from
branches across New Zealand
received more than 550,000
inquiries on issues ranging from
electricity, immigration, housing
and employment to consumer
rights, health and family.
Contact Citizens Advice
Bureau Papakura on 299-6411
for more information.
Win family passes
to Kelly Tarlton's
Have you been to Kelly
Tarlton s Antarctic
Encounter and Under-
water World lately?
The popular attraction
along Tamaki Drive
offers a unique sort of
experience for its visitors
and the chance to get
face to face with huge
sharks, giant stingrays,
and thousands of fish.
The Papakura Courier
has two family passes --
two adults and two chil-
dren -- to give away to
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