Rodney Times : December 30th 2010
6 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 30, 2010 NEWS PASSION FOR INNOVATION HALLS POST-CHRISTMAS SELLOUT ADVICE, DESIGN AND INSTALLATION WARKWORTH (09) 425 1900 WELLSFORD (09) 423 7212 • STORE NOW OPEN MON - FRI 9AM-4PM MW612WH KDL32EX500 6.5kg Top Load Autowasher Compact Microwave Chocolate Fountain Full HD 32" LCD 2 ONLY $849.99 3 ONLY $839.99 SUPER HOT DEAL 3 ONLY $149.99 CF4100 MS1949G 1 ONLY $999.99 UNBELIEVABLE 8kg Front Load Washer HWM1480KFL 1 ONLY $59.99 $119.99 ½ PRICE 22-24 Queen St. Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm • Closed New Year's Day, open Mon 3rd, Tues 4th 9am-4pm. Then normal trading hours ALBANY TIMBER DISTRIBUTORS DECEMBER SPECIALS - ALL PRICES GST EXCLUSIVE 100x75 Posts H4 R/S 2.4................................ $8.89 ea 75x50 Rails H3 R/S 4.8................................... $9.00 ea 150x19 Palings H3 R/S 1.8 ............................ $2.25 ea 100x25 std Grade H3 GT Decking................ $.99 Lm 100x25 Mahogany GT Decking.................... $4.20 Lm 100x25 Kwila GT Decking ............................ $4.30 Lm 100x50 Rad No. 1 H3 MG S/L 3.6 & 4.2........ $2.50 Lm Assorted Farm Packets from $50.00 Call in and see us. Prenail and Truss Specialists - Quoting Service Available Hours: 7am- 5pm Weekdays / 8am- 12noon Saturdays 66 Bush Road, Albany Phone: (09) 415 6889 Fax: (09) 415 6661 Email: email@example.com CALL IN AND SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING REQUIREMENTS & RECEIVE TRADE PRICES OUTDOOR SPECIALS (only while stocks last) "WE'LL SEE YOU RIGHT" 3353650AA CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TRADING HOURS Early closing: Friday 24th Dec 2010-1pm Closed: Saturday 25th, Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th Dec 2010 Open: Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th Dec normal Trading hours Friday 31st Dec 2010 (closing 3pm) Closed: Saturday 1st Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th Jan 2011 NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED JUST DRIVE ON IN MON-FRI 7.30AM-5PM SATURDAY 8.00AM-2PM Look for the Yellow Building Cnr Bush Rd & Cebel Place PH 09 415 9921 DISCOUNTS FOR GOLD CARD HOLDERS AND STUDENTS ALBANY CENTRE W.O.F. Watch speed on the water Smooth waters: Boaties should watch their speed, wake and watch out to have a safe summer. Sticking to a safe speed, watching your wake and keeping a careful lookout are among the top boat- ing tips to ensure a safe summer on the water, Maritime New Zealand says. Regional harbourmas- ters are working with MNZ to remind all boaties that their safety on the water this holiday season lies in each other's hands. There is a maritime tradition that boaties help each other when something goes wrong on the water, but this sup- port needs to carry into all behaviour on the water,'' MNZ manager of recreational and small crafts Jim Lott says. This means following a few commonsense simple rules on the water to ensure everyone enjoys a safe summer -- and these aren't rocket science. Harbourmasters agree that safe speed is one of the most import- ant safety rules for small vessels, but also one of the hardest to enforce,'' Mr Lott says. More complaints are received about speed and excessive wake than any other issue. Slow down, enjoy the trip more and save fuel.'' Experience shows that if a marked harb- ourmaster or maritime police is on patrol, boaties comply with speed requirements, but if caught by an unmarked patrol boat, many profess not to understand the speed rules. High speeds create a wake which rolls other boats around, causing discomfort and potential injuries to those onboard. Always look behind to check whether your wake is causing a problem to others.'' Mr Lott says the five by five'' method is the easiest way to remember your safe speed obligations. There are five situations when you are required to slow your speed to 5 knots or 9kmh -- a fast walking pace. These include when you are within 200 metres of the shore, within 50 metres of another watercraft, within 50 metres of a swimmer, within 200 metres of a dive flag, when any passengers are bow riding. There are also a num- ber of other important but simple rules to ensure safe and trouble- free boating,'' Mr Lott says. This includes follow- ing basic rules on the water, which include keeping to the right of oncoming boats and maintaining a careful lookout at all times. Before you go out, also make sure you check the weather -- and when on the water, wear your lifejacket, carry at least two forms of reliable communications, and avoid alcohol.'' Free family day at Parakai Airfield Parakai Airfield Open Day and Flyin is on February 19. Helicopters, micro- lights, home-built and general aviation aircraft will be on display from 10.30am. Entry and parking is free at the event off South Head Rd, just north-west of Parakai. It's a fun family day out, and a food caterer will be on site. No pets. Phone (09) 425-5887 or 0211-587-065 for infor- mation.
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