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Display Apartment: available to view by appointment
Sales Suite: open weekdays, 10am to 3pm or by appointment
(located at the end of James Cook Crescent, Remuera)
Display apartment now available to view by appointment
Remuera Rise is registered under the Retirement Villages Act 2003. Registration number 2557887
DINING ROOM AND CAFÉ • LOUNGE • BAR • LIBRARY • HOBBIES ROOM • GYMNASIUM
• SWIMMING POOL AND SPA • HAIR SALON • 24 HOUR EMERGENCY CALL • CARE SUITES
Remuera Rise will offer a wonderful retirement
lifestyle with a range of top quality facilities within
a relaxed and supportive community environment.
This village will be set in a unique residential
setting within the leafy, landscaped surroundings
of Broadway Park, with views to Rangitoto and the
beautiful Hauraki Gulf.
Broadway Park is ideally located close to Newmarket
where you will find some of the best shopping
in Auckland and a wonderful variety of cafés
Choose from a range of elegant and comfortable
one and two bedroom apartments.
For more information about the unique luxury
lifestyle that Remuera Rise can offer you, call
Michelle on 522 7392 or visit our Sales Suite.
Remuera Rise Under Construction Now
Enrol before the end of June and get
the first week's fees free!*
Bear Park is a unique, respectful and nurturing environment that
offers children many opportunities to grow and blossom into
competent learners and researchers, in a warm and friendly centre.
We pride ourselves in having qualified and registered teachers
skilled in implementing an educational programme based on the
New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum Te Whariki and inspired
by the Reggio Emilia philosophy.
Let the exciting journey of early childhood begin here...
Free 20 hours per week for 3 - 5 year olds
WINZ subsidies available.
3 Months - 5 Years available at
318 St.Heliers Bay Road
Kelly or Karinna • 528 0427
*On presentation of this advert.
CALL US NOW TOLL-FREE
0800 782 475
Many of us have diﬃculty with stairs or steps as we become less mobile
in our senior years; this generally leads to the sale of our family home,
where many memorable years have passed. Each time we approach the
stairs, the same thought runs through our mind: Im going to have to move
because I cant climb these stairs much longer!
Forget moving! The better option is to have a stairlift installed. Just think,
no more stair climbing, you can stay in your own home, and best of all, its a
cheaper option! Just sit down, hold the up/down control and have a safe,
smooth ride up and down your stairs.
Acorn have been making stairlifts since 1992, constantly ensuring their
products remain at the forefront of technology and ease of use. Customers
can buy direct from the manufacturer, resulting in lower prices and fast
delivery. Let Acorn provide you with a no-obligation quote, and fx those
stairs for good!
Selling because of your stairs? Think again!
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Eastern bays prostate cancer
awareness group, June 21,
7pm at Christ Church, 169
Ladies Mile, Ellerslie. Phone
Keith for details on 634 2636
or 027 261 6672.
Free cervical smears, June 21
and 29 at WINZ Glen Innes,
40-42 Mayfair Place, open
9.30am to 3.30pm. Ring the
Well Women and Family Trust
on 846 7886 ext 0 for more
Market Day, June 24,
11.15am at St Chads Church,
38 St Johns Rd, Meadowbank.
Come along to find quality
goods and produce as well as
pre-loved treasures and
bargains. All proceeds will go
towards the Youths Mission
trip to Fiji. St Chads is also
collecting donations for
Auckland City Mission. If you
would like to donate blankets,
warm clothes and non
perishable food please drop
them in to the church before
Pilates, low cost short
courses. Mondays, starting
June 25, 7am for three weeks.
Saturdays, starting June 23,
9am for three weeks. Visit
phone 521 9623 for details.
Car boot sale, fundraiser for
Mt Wellington under 6 Gold
Rippa Rugby team jackets and
trip to Waiheke Island. June
24, 8.30am to 1.3pm at
Hamlin Park car park, Wilson
Way, Mt Wellington. Vehicles
$10 per space. Call or txt
022 066 1152 to book your
Hot yoga, Come along to a
session in Newmarket, June
25 at 7.45pm. Class costs
$15 and all funds go directly
to Quan Am Foundation, a
charity supporting homeless
and orphaned children in
Vietnam and Cambodia. Ring
021 673 010.
Stay on your bike, June 26,
6pm-8pm. This tutorial will
show you the basics for
checking that your bike is safe
for winter riding. Bring your
own bike in for a safety check
or watch our demonstrations.
transport.govt.nz to register or
for more info visit
Book group, a local mum is
starting a book group (Tuesday
evenings once a month) and is
looking for other mums.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
ring the Book Discussion
Scheme on 03 365 6210.
3D animation, an affordable
school holiday course. July
9-13, 9am to 5pm for one
week. For age 14-plus. Gain
NCEA credits. Includes visit to
animation studio. Visit
521 9623 for details.
Low cost activities, Hot Hula
Monday night and Saturday
morning. Zumba Gold
Wednesday and Friday. Call
Tamaki Recreation Centre for
details 521 6438.
interesting in finding out how
to make a submission about
the Panmure roadworks
between Mt Wellington
Highway and Morrin Rd, there
will be an information session
on June 25 from 6pm to 8pm
at the Maungakiekie-Tamaki
Local Board Office, 7-13
Pilkington Rd, beside the
library. See aucklandtransport.
govt.nz for more information
about the project.
Nature For Neighbourhoods,
need help tackling the wilder
parts of your garden? If you
live in the wider Orakei area
and your property is beside a
stream, creek, native bush or
reserve, you can get free
advice on how to manage it.
Call 09 482 1172 or email
with your name, address and
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