Hibiscusmatters 15 December 2010 | 23 FOR SALE
BLACK CORD FOR JADE PENDANTS HBC Souvenir Shop, Silverdale. Ph 426 6125. P NZ JADE PENDANTS from $10. Made locally. HBC Souvenir Shop, Silverdale. Ph 426 6125. P Breville non-stick electric wok, Very good cond. $40. Ph Barbara 424 0308 evngs. Gents Quartz watch with date and stainless steel safety strap. Water resistant to 10ATM. Used for 2 months only. $45. CERAMIC PLANT POT, shape of old boot, mottled brown, never used. 250mm long x 140mm h x 140mm w. $20. Ph 428 0943. GEORGE FOREMAN GRILL, Family size grill. Incl cookbook & sponge. Brand new. Normally $89, sell for $45. FOOTSPA Breville. Brand new. $30. Ph 426 0620. Inflatable boat, South Pacific, 2.4 m, roll up with slatted floor & attached dinghy wheels. $500. JOHNSON OUTBOARD 3.3 HP. $500. LIFEJACKETS x 2, Hutchwilco Mariner 2. $50 ea. BOOGY BOARD, 3 ft, Bodyglove, with larriet. $50. Ph 428 2379. Kids WETSUITS sizes 10 & 12, Extreme Limits, short-sleeved, yellow & black, as new, were $60 ea, sell $25 ea. Pickup Gulf Harbour. Ph 424 3731. MARLBOROUGH BOAT & TRAILER 3.5m, 30 HP Johnson 2008. 4 stroke. Only 25 hours running. Boat cover, fish finder etc. Great fishing boat. Only $10,500 ono. Ph 427 6308 Motorbike Kawasaki GTR 1000 Exc cond. Bike gear may be incl. 1994, 55,000kms. $1000 ono. Ph 424 2048 MOTOR MOWER Victa Sprint 375, excel cond. With catcher. $350. King single bed sheet set, with valance, sage green. New $112, sell $65. Ph 427 9953. Single beds x2, Includes headboards. Good cond. $30 ea. Ph 427 9443.
Carpe Diem & Pacific Bar
Looking for Staff Demi Chef/Pizza Chef, 5 years experience Full-time/part-time Wait staff and Bar staff Full-time and part-time Ph Keywan 021 862 275 or 424 6250 or email CV to: email@example.com
FOR SALE Outdoor tables, round wood top metal legs $20; oval green plastic $15. Single bed, wooden slat base, no mattress $30. Ph 424 7521. PRESSURE COOKER, Prestige, stainless steel with manual, unused. $75 ono. FROZEN DESSERT maker, sunbeam, new with manual and recipes, $40. Ph 426 3006. Resene Paint 10 litres, semi gloss, “Surrender” sonix 101. $100. Ph 427 6090.
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A division of Local Matters
Your LOCAL Community Newspaper Waiwera to Silverdale including Whangaparaoa Peninsula and Orewa.
Advertising Sales 24 hours a week
Hibiscus Matters is looking for a successful sales representative for a part-time position based at Whangaparaoa, on the sunny Hibiscus Coast. The ideal candidate will be someone with ideas, integrity and a good personality. This is not a position for the faint-hearted. In these tough economic times, selling advertising is a challenging business. The job can be stressful and demands superior organisational skills, as deadlines are non-negotiable. The successful candidate will be a good communicator, as well as someone who can pay attention to detail. The position offers some flexibility in working hours. You will need your own vehicle and will be part of a small friendly team. There is scope to develop advertising campaigns and implement creative ideas. If you are looking for an opportunity to be part of a growing community newspaper, then this could be the job for you. Applications close December 17. Please email letters of application and CVs to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: Jannette Thompson, Local Matters, PO Box 701, Warkworth 0941
what’s on Hibiscus Coast December 2010
10–24 Hibiscus Hospice Gift wrapping at The Plaza, Whangaparaoa. For a gold coin donation, get your Christmas present wrapped and support others in need. 13–22 Hibiscus Hospice Christmas Remembrance Trees, ‘Write’ a candle in remembrance of loved ones lost. At The Plaza, Whangaparaoa. Also at New World, Orewa, December 13–18. 17 The Flaming Mudcats, Dairy Flat Hall, cnr Postman Rd/State Highway 17, Dairy Flat, 8.15pm–11.30pm. 19 Christmas in Words and Music, Manly Methodist Church, 945 Whangaparaoa Rd, 10.30 am. Choir with guest-soloists, led by Harold Laughton. Includes Christmas anthems. All welcome. 19 Orewa New World Christmas on the Beach, Orewa Beach Reserve, 6pm–9.30pm. Hosted by Orewa Surf Club. Entertainment, food and pre-Christmas family fun. 28 The Great Manly Art Show, 77 The Esplanade, Manly Beach. Work by local artists for sale. Devonshire teas. Free admission. 31 The Stetson Club presents New Year’s Eve Party with North Harbour Rockers Band, Dairy Flat Hall, Postman Road, Dairy Flat, 8pm – 12.45am. Licensed Bar. Info: phone 09 479 6778.
January 2011 8 Waitemata A & P Show, Puhoi Domain, Puhoi. 8 Puhoi Axemen’s Woodchopping Carnival, Puhoi Hotel, 10am. 15 Orewa Beach Dash for Cash, by Orewa Surf Life Saving Club, SH17, Orewa, 9am–11am. All ages welcome. Every finisher receives a prize. Funds go to Orewa Sea Scouts. Enter on the day, or online at www.orewabeachhalfmarathon.com (see story p12) 16 The Big Dig, Orewa Beach, 9am to 1pm. Dig in the sand for prizewinning tickets. Sideshows, food and entertainment. Proceeds are used by Lions Clubs to support community organisations. 22 Northern Arena Swim School open day. Access from Millwater Parkway, Silverdale North, 8.30am–4pm. Includes group Fitness 30 minute classes, swim school classes, Maori Welcome and official opening ceremony. (See story p12)
FREE METAL COLLECTION
A major fundraiser for the Tamaki Sports Academy is the free metal collection service it offers. We will pick up any old metal – whiteware such as fridges, stoves, dishwashers, washing machines – roofing iron, metal piping, venetion blinds, computers, batteries, car panels, cars, metal shelving, filing cabinets, machinery, lawnmowers, engines and so on. Tamaki Sports Academy offers mentoring, coaching, and work experience to South Auckland youth who have dropped out of the mainstream school system, but who show some sporting talent. Academy members are enrolled in the Correspondence School and work towards unit standard credits and national qualifications.
Ph 09 276 0328