Home' Auckland City Harbour News : January 19th 2011 Contents 8 AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, JANUARY 19, 2011
Pop in for a regular co ee at bb s cafe Quba and we d be delighted to give you something from our Petites range
for Free! ere s lots of delicious li le things to try in the Petites range, like li le petite tarts, petite cheesecakes and
petite tru es. ey re all just a li le indulgence so that you can enjoy them anytime without it a ecting your hip
pocket or, for that ma er, your hips! We look forward to welcoming you soon.
bb's cafe Quba Auckland, 2 Tapora St, Auckland.
At bb's cafe Quba
we'd like to give you a little
treat next time you come
to see us.
B y a regular coffee and
t a free Petite treat
ut and present this voucher at your local bb s cafe
t a free Petite treat when you buy a cup of regular
ee. Voucher must be surrendered to redeem the
One voucher per person per day. Not available in
nction with any other o er, including VIP cards.
Valid until 20/02/2011.
Serving suggestion only.
Bill, bb s cafe Quba.
We need healthy males* to participate
in a clinical trial of a new drug.
* and females who are post-menopausal or surgically sterilised
You must be:
Healthy and a non-smoker
Not taking any medications
This trial involves a 4-night residential stay
in Grafton, Auckland. Read, study, relax
or just watch TV while you take part.
You will be paid for your participation.
To find out more info, call
0800 STUDIES (0800 788 3437)
or visit: www.clinicalstudies.co.nz
Gillies Avenue will be closed between the Southern
Motorway on and off ramps over Auckland Anniversary
Weekend: 29-31 January.
The closure is required to remove the old motorway
lanes directly above - part of stage 2 of the Newmarket
Connection: Viaduct Replacement Project.
Motorway access to/from Newmarket will still be
possible, however Auckland Airport and through traffic
should follow marked detours along the motorway.
The NZTA apologises for any inconvenience and thanks
all affected businesses, residents and motorists for their
patience and support.
Newmarket Connection: Viaduct Replacement Project
Gillies Ave closed under viaduct, Auckland Anniversary Weekend
View project footage & photos: www.nzta.govt.nz/newmarketconnection
Fletcher Construction saves family picnic
A last-minute sponsorship deal
has saved the annual Scottish
Family Picnic Day in the Auck-
The event, set to take place
on Sunday, came under threat
after it was denied funding by
the former Auckland City Coun-
cil last year, even though it had
supported the picnic in the past.
But a deal with Fletcher Con-
struction has been reached to
fund the event, which will fea-
ture pipe bands, haggis eating,
songs, poetry readings and
The Auckland Burns Associ-
ation started the event in 2009
to celebrate the 250th anniver-
sary of the Scottish poet Robert
Burns. The Family Picnic Day
starts at 10.30am with a piping
demonstration and wraps up at
Works to close roads
Intense road works
around the city are
planned this month
while holiday makers are
still out of Auckland.
The closures will be
carried out by the New
Agency and the Victoria
Park Alliance and run
until January 31.
The Fanshawe St
motorway off-ramp will
be closed from 9.30pm to
5am today for paving of a
new left-turn only lane
into Beaumont St.
Drivers heading into
city are advised to use
the Shelly Beach or Cook
St off-ramps instead.
lanes from Nelson St to
the Auckland Harbour
Bridge are also planned
and will take place every
night until January 26
with the exception of
January 21 and 22.
This will allow for
installation of the third
motorway sign gantry
and new lane control
units in St Marys Bay.
The closures will
include the Fanshawe St
and Wellington St on-
more details on road
Musical fiesta at the park
The sound of music will
be filling central Auck-
land this summer as a
music series gets under
way in Cornwall Park.
Happening on Sun-
days, the musical fiesta
aims to bring a different
sound to the city park
with each performance.
Bring a picnic or relax
near the band rotunda
from 1pm to 3pm.
park.co.nz for more
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