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Peace of mind: A selection of medical alarms from CSL
CSL medical alarms meet all the
recognised standards expected of
an industry-approved supplier
but, more than that, they
welcome the wearer into a big
It is of the utmost importance
to CSL that their clients feel
looked after while continuing to
live a worry-free and independent
life in their own home, knowing
that help is at their fingertips,
should they need it.
CSL's Jacqui Preston says this
specialist company combines the
best of modern technology with a
personal, caring service.
''We offer a variety of alarms
from the standard non-voice unit
which, when pressed, sends a call
for help, to a ''wanderer's
pendant'', triggered if the wearer
moves out of a predetermined
area -- great reassurance for
caregivers of Alzheimer's sufferers,
''For those with a history of
epilepsy or other blackouts, the
'spirit level pendant' detects and
advises of a fall immediately.
''These alarms give the carers a
well-earned rest and peace-of-
mind in knowing their loved ones
As Hawke's Bay's only locally
owned and operated medical
alarm specialist, CSL is Work and
Income-approved and staff can
help customers apply for 100 per
All CSL clients receive birthday
cards, Christmas and Easter gifts,
along with regular newsletters to
keep them up to date with what's
''We know how we'd like to see
our own parents and loved ones
cared for and that's the way we
treat our clients,'' Jacqui says.
To stay safe and independent in
your home, call CSL Medical
Alarms on 870 4100.
no job too small
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879 7537 or
027 757 7730
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HAWKE'S BAY POWER
The Trust's Public Meeting will be held in the
Havelock Norh Community Centre
30 Te Mata Road, Havelock North
on Tuesday 26 July 2011 at 5.00pm
1. Approval of Minutes of Public Meeting held
on 16 July 2010.
2. Chairman's Report.
3. Adoption of Consolidated Financial
Statements of Trust and its Subsidiary for
the year ended 31 March 2011.
4. Appointment of Auditor and fxtheir
(Representatives of Unison Networks Ltd will attend the
meeting and be available to answer questions if required)
14th July, 7.30pm
Wesley Lounge, Cnr Hastings &
Eastbourne Sts, Hastings
Branch KCC Co-ordinator
Topic: Recent trip to
Sunday 17th July
Gold Creek Hut
Ruahine Forest Park
Ph Ian 878-5882 or
Lorna on 845 4155
Royal Forest & Bird Prot. Soc.
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MANAWATU ART EXPO
Palmerston North Convention Centre
July 15, 16, 17
Hundreds of paintings on display
Painting and wallpapering.
Qualified tradesman, im-
mediate start. Phone Mike
836 5543 or 0800 172 468
HIRE A HUBBY
Franchises available in your
$40,000+GST. Call Hutch
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built - no job too small.
Free quotes. Phone 027
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off with Cup
A red-hot Napier City Rovers won the O'Brien Cup on Saturday after
defeating Central League leaders Miramar Rangers 2-0 away, with
goals to Stu Wilson and Andy Bevin.
Wilson opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Josh
Stevenson was bundled down from behind, midway through the sec-
Bevin then doubled the score in the 72nd minute, when he latched
on to a through ball, rode a challenge from Miramar's former Rovers
defender, Campbell Parkin, and slotted the ball home.
Maycenvale United further eased their relegation fears after draw-
ing 1-all with Olympic on Sunday, with Leon Birnie's strike cancelling
out a goal from George Barbarouses.
Rovers and Maycenvale face off in a Central League local derby at
Park Island this Sunday at 2pm.
Napier City Rovers
Lower Hutt City
Pacific Premiership results (home team listed first):
Gisborne Thistle 2 def Lockwood Lytton 1.
Kingfisher Bar Bohemians 0 def by Cru Bar Maycenvale Premiers
1. Havelock New World Wanderers 1 def Western Rangers 0.
Ericksen Honda Port Hill United 1 def by Geon Taradale Prems 2.
HBE Napier City 4 def Napier Marist Premiers 1.
Hastings Pak N Save Premier
Netball League results from
Speight's Ale House Otane 56
defeated NRG Bay Hearts 28
Physique 52 beat Plus Rehab
Physique Phoenix 40 beat
Workout Studio HN Kauri 39
Cape Physio MAC White 40
defeated Ex High Marist Blue 31
Cape Physio MAC Blue 66 beat
Ruahine Motors Central Sports
32Cruizers Unison Flora 50 beat
HB Cook Islands 46
Eyeing London: Aaron Osborne prepares for the World Championships in
Slovakia in September.
K1 slalom canoeist Aaron
Osborne, originally from Napier,
is eyeing September's World
Championships in Slovakia,
which he hopes will be the first
step towards him qualifying for
the 2012 London Olympics.
Osborne, a former William Col-
lenso student who is now based
at Massey University in Palmer-
ston North, came out on top in
New Zealand Canoe Slalom's
rankings for the 2010-11 season,
based on the results of four selec-
Osborne came in second in a
disappointing result'' at the
national championships held on
the Tarawera River at Easter, so
it was nice to win the overall
ranking'', he said.
Osborne is now based in
Europe where he will compete in
only one world cup event before
the world championships.
I have set my goals really high
for the year and want to make
the top 10 at worlds.
Qualification for the Olympics
is pretty complex, but pretty
much I have to be the top Kiwi
and inside the top 16 countries at
the world championships.
Then the next year, I need to
make the top 16 nations at a
world cup,'' Osborne, 25, says.
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