Waiheke Marketplace : September 26th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 9 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, SEPTEMBER 26, 2012 NEWS www.westlifefurniture.co.nz 0800 WESTLIFE We Accept: A Unique Opportunity to Acquire New Beauty and Comfort for Your Home for a Fraction of Regular Retail Prices. Rita, Team Westlife Furniture & Beddings Wairau Park - Takanini - Silverdale - Manukau - Onehunga FURNITURE & BEDDINGS ® CERTIFIED REDUCTIONS OF Comparable retail values! 30%-40%-50%-60% UP TO:71 Off % Its all regular stock from top manufactureres! Its all regular stock from top manufactureres! 24 ASTOUNDING HOURS! FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm SUNDAY:10am-6pm Please read the story behind a furniture and beddings blowout that is destined to break sales records in Auckland. WE ARE FACING AN URGENT SITUATION. A couple of months ago, we made an agreement with a very prestigious local manufacturer to include them in our offerings. (You will recognize the name when you see it).We agreed, and the merchandise is now arriving, and our warehouses are full! As you read this communication, special crews are moving beautiful home furnishings from our warehouse to make room for the new shipments. This desirable merchandise will be placed in our showrooms and tagged with unheard-of price reductions. If you shop only one furniture and beddings event this year, this $500,000 Urgent Situation Blowout should be the one. db dd di bl Our Warehouse is Jammed * 500 Reg. $499 Single SALE $288 Sleepmax Bonnell Coil Queen Sleepsets on solid wood foundations. Best prices in NZ! All Sizes! Single, K-Single, Double, Queen. List Price: $999 Queen SALE: $548 Restonic Medium soft sleep set with Bonnell Coil spring system. Excellent sleep benifits with solid wood foundations. SAVE $498 ON THIS FOUR PIECE WELLINGTON BEDROOM ... Crafted of massive NZ solid pine, Queen Bed, 2 Bedside Chests, Dresser, Mirror, Tallboy. Reg. Low Price $1786 Restonic SALE: $1288 PARTIAL LISTING! EVERYTHING IS ON SALE! ITS A $500,000 SELECTION! SEE DOZENS OF OTHER MUST-GO ITEMS IN OUR STORE! (It would take an entire section of this newspaper to list everything!) Must-Go items are one or very few-of-a-kind, and are subject to prior sale. When Must-Go items are gone, theyre gone! Queen size shown AVONDALE 1793 Great North Rd Corner of Ash street 09-820-7077 HENDERSON 433 Great North Rd Opp. Corbans Winery 09-838-8199 Make 'hay' while the sun shines Double gold: The Hay Paddock will be one of 17 vineyards to showcase its wines at the Waiheke Wine Expo at Viaduct Harbour on Tuesday. Pictured are winemaker Chris Canning and business partner Bryan Mogridge. A Waiheke Island syrah has been awarded a double gold medal at the 2012 China Wine Awards. About 100 judges took part in the blind tasting of inter- national wines in the compe- tition billed as the biggest wine and spirits competition in Hong Kong and China''. The double gold was awar- ded to The Hay Paddock vine- yard. Its silk syrah from the 2010 vintage grown at its single vineyard estate in the Onetangi Valley was one of only 19 medals awarded to New Zealand wines. The same wine won a gold medal in the shiraz category at the Australian Boutique Wine Awards in Sydney. The challenge of entering New Zealand syrah in top international competitions is to trust that the spice and minerality of our cool climate wines will be judged posi- tively against the French or Australian equivalents,'' says winemaker Chris Canning. Waiheke Island can con- sistently deliver phenolic ripeness without excess heat and we are very pleased to have chosen this variety as our specialisation.'' The Hay Paddock wines will be exhibited at the Wai- heke Wine Expo at Viaduct Harbour on Tuesday. The expo is at the Floating Pav- ilion, Gate 1 on the Hobson West Marina at 220 Quay St. It is open to the public from 4pm till 7pm and will feature entertainment, wine tastings, artisan produce from Wai- heke Island and the oppor- tunity to meet winemakers. Tickets are $25 at eventfinder.co.nz, at the Princes Wharf and SkyCity i-Sites as well as at the Waiheke Wine Centre in Oneroa. Forum aims to raise a debate Open discussion: Jacqueline Joseph and Scott Ewing are asking others to join their monthly open forum at the cinema. By GILL ALCOCK Two residents are urging others to emerge from behind their computer screens and enter into open debate at a monthly forum at the community cinema. Jacqueline Joseph and Scott Ewing say the even- ings will include between five and eight topics backed up, where possible, with a YouTube clip about two minutes long which will lead the audience into a dis- cussion. Mr Ewing says there is no restriction on the subject matter and the wider the range the better. Those who would like to take part in the evenings should pick a video clip that helps to introduce the topic the participant wants dis- cussed. It will be a lucky dip,'' Mr Ewing says. It will be the oppor- tunity to hold a forum and talk about whatever they want to talk about.'' The discussions will be run by a moderator to keep the evening moving along with a different person tak- ing charge at each event. Before the evening starts Mr Ewing will be playing music videos and strange clips of interest so it will be worth turning up early, he says. Plus whenever poss- ible the evening will include a live performance or two. Ms Joseph says after the last meeting she came away feeling totally inspired''. It's about raising things I'd like to share with oth- ers.'' The evenings also act as fundraisers for the cinema's Going Digital campaign and the Theatres of Resistance 2013 event with the koha entry shared between the two. All those who would like to take part and who have a video clip should email the YouTube link to Mr Ewing at email@example.com as soon as possible so he can work out a playlist. The next evening will be on Tuesday, October 2, at 7.30pm.
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