Waiheke Marketplace : January 19th 2011
8 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS Open the door to a whole new kitchen experience KIT3314/WM At Kitchen Studio Greenlane we offer the very latest design innovations. Let us manage your new kitchen project from start to finish and make it a pleasurable experience. Contact Susan Boyle and her team. Ph 09 579 1243, or mobile 027 255 5061 Showroom: 415 Great South Rd, Greenlane. email@example.com As a Waiheke resident Suzanne proudly offers Waiheke Kitchen buyers the same professional service enjoyed by her Auckland customers . Eqqnkpi Waiheke Heating Heat pump Air conditioner FTXS50J 5kW Inverter Cool Price 2385 * $ Feeling the summer heat? A Daikin heat pump will keep your home ̋ Cool anffry in summer ̋Yarm anffry in winter 372 7303 0800 ZENTECH Ph: or www.waihekeheating.co.nz * includes $500 EECA clean heating grant (conditions apply) installed 1 this is for a basic back-to-back installation. 1 NE DOES BETTER FLOORING THAN CARPET COURT AND OOR STORE - EXCEPT YOU. OUR FREE MEASURE TODAY G IN YOUR FLOOR PLANS. cut yourself any deal you choose across a of quality Feltex carpets. ese incredible deals must end this Saturday! CUT YOURSELF A GREAT TEX CARPET DEAL 33% SELECTED FELTEX HEAVY DUTY 100% WOOL TEXTURED CARPET cut offRRP 25 SELECTED FELTEX HEAVY DUTY 100% WOOL CUTPILE CARPETS cut offRRP % UNDERLAY ON ANY FELTEX CARPET NOT ALREADY ON SPECIAL FREE FREE STANDARD UNDERLAY RRP 10 ALL OTHER FELTEX CARPETS cut % off FAMOUS TOP SELLING CARPET FROM $10m2,$36.60/lm $10 S m2 Limit of one discount coupon per customer. Offers valid from Thursday 20th January 2011 until Saturday 22nd January 2011 at participating outlets only. Discounts apply to RRP price. Featured products are available until sold out. Carpet is bought by the metre length, with a minimum purchase of 1 metre. Free underlay is standard 8mm foam underlay. Upgrades are available at an additional cost. AVAILABLE ONLY AT: NT O OG c o e O O NO-ON DEALS THE FLO BOOK YO OR BRIN Right now, huge range o But hurry, the 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY! 23B Tahi Road, Ostend WAIHEKE ISLAND Ph. 372 3455 THE RULES Letters of 150 words or less can be sent to Editor, Waiheke Marketplace, PO Box 185, Oneroa, Waiheke Island 1840, or be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday morning, 9am. Full name, address and phone number should be given. Only the name and suburb will be published. The editor reserves the right to abridge or withhold any correspondence without explanation. LETTER New buzz I was pleased to suddenly see so many new restaurants in Oneroa offering quality food at reasonable prices, and an excellent new fish and chip shop in Palm Beach. I hope locals get out and patronise them all now and continue to do so as we head into winter. We need to support our new, and old, enterprises -- it will only benefit us all, especially with the Rugby World Cup coming up in September. S Castle Ostend Corrections and clarifications In last week s story A Big Woof for Charity, we wrote the cost of Palm Beach Doggie People and their Poochies Pals cal- endar was $25 from retail outlets. It is in fact now $20, and available at Ostend Market, Vets on Wai- heke and Gulf Photogra- phy. Last week we published an incorrect date for the Story Centre s storytelling evening Under the Story Tree (Tuesday night). It is in fact today, January 19, between 6pm and 8pm. Story lovers of all ages are invited to bring a picnic and listen to stories under the giant pohutukawa at Whaka- newha Regional Park. Cost $5 per person or $20 per family. In the story about kumara planting last week, we failed to say the project was run by Eugene Behan Kitto, who has been teaching young people, the Wai- heke Community Supported Agriculture group and the com- munity gardeners the traditional method of seeding and planting kumara. The project was not run by Piritahi Marae. We apologise for the error. Foster carers wanted A not-for-profit organis- ation is calling for more foster carers to help with youngsters who through no fault of their own have ended up in care. Life Without Barriers is looking for potential carers willing to take on children who have been put into care and left to learn life s lessons as best they can. Since starting in Aust- ralia in 1995 the organis- ation has come to New Zealand and now has a representative on Wai- heke. Tina Brown is the island s support options co-ordinator and believes Waiheke would be the perfect place for these young people to be fostered. She says interested couples and singles can come from all walks of life with or without children of their own. They don t need to be homeowners, just have enough room to accom- modate a teenager, she says. Ms Brown lives on the island and has several years experience includ- ing fostering, running projects for young home- less people and those who have already left care. She is looking for fos- ter carers for young people aged 12 to 15. Visit www.lwb.org.nz for more information or give Ms Brown a call on 372-2240.
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