Kapi-Mana News : April 23rd 2013
41 KAPI-MANA NEWS, APRIL 23, 2013 SPORT All programmes and enrolments are subject to minimum class numbers and TTT 1 T T Certificate in Career reparation (Infrastructure) Level DUR TION 36 weeks | ST RT ay 2013 | FEES Fees apply Start a career in engineering and construction with the New Zealand Certificate in Career Preparation (Infrastructure) This programme will give you foundation-level knowledge of infrastructure development. You'll also gain: • Practical hands-on experience in the industry • Learn how to use and maintain small machinery and equipment used in temporary traffic control • Develop work, team and leadership values and skills • Create a career plan for the infrastructure industry. CALL NOW!! SPACES LIMITED 237 7166 PORIRUA | 0800 355 553 TOLL FREE 5310460AA OPEN 7 DAYS Offers apply until Sat 27 April 2013, while stocks last UNDER25?OurpolicyistoaskforID, so please don't be offended. NO ID - NO SERVICE ° Trade not supplied ° Management reserve the right to limit quantities ° Terms &conditionsapply ° While we endeavour to show correct stock, vintages and packaging may vary between stores ° Rainchecksapplyoralternativeproduct offered (excludes clearance lines) ° Discount off RRP pricing www.themill.co.nz 4 DAY SALE! Hurry sale runs Wed-Sat $19.99 PER DOZEN stella artois $18.99 PER 18 PACK DOUBLE BROWN $27 .99 PER 18 PACK CRA A WOODY! $19.9 9 PER 12 PACK CRUISER 5% TT RANGE WELLINGTON CENTRAL 233 Victoria St Ph (04) 801 8805 PARAPARAUMU Cnr Te Roto Dr & Kapiti Rd Ph (04) 298 7670 PORIRUA 13 Kenepuru Drive Ph (04) 238 9111 LOWER HUTT 28-46 Rutherford St Ph (04) 570 0757 UPPER HUTT 767 Fergusson Dr Ph (04) 528 0318 LEVIN 6 Exeter St Ph (06) 368 1502 Turf puts academy on solid footing Up and running: Ole Football Academy's new turf was opened, under lights, by Ole chairman Dave Wilson and Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett on April 12. By KRIS DANDO Ole Football Academy celebrated the opening of its new artificial turf recently and the Porirua facility was put to immediate use. More than 70 people were on hand to open the ground on April 12.Construction began on the $1 million project in January, over- seen by international company FieldTurf. Academy director Nate Winkel says while it is privately owned, Capital Football and Porirua basin schools and clubs will be encouraged to use the turf. He says they have already noticed the consistent speed that footballs bounce when they come off the wet surface. I think you can recognise the difference between ours and other turfs. It s awesome for Ole and the community, too. Capital Football has already scheduled matches to be played at Ole.
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