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Upper Hutt Leader : November 14th 2012
5 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 14, 2012 NEWS Lamb Racks Save $7kg off our everyday low price! $23.9 9 kilo only (skin on) 36 GREAT STORES NATIONWIDE & MORE OPENING SOON! Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971. Offers valid from Mon 12th November - Sun 18th November. All Stores Open 7 Days www.madbutcher.co.nz www.facebook.com/madbutchermeats How's this for REAL VALUE! Check out these SAVINGS! Fresh NZ LAMB SALE! $9.99 only Legs of Lamb kilo $13.99 only Lamb Loin Chops kilo $8.89 only Lamb Shoulder Chops kilo $7.99 only Lamb Shoulder Roasts kilo serving suggestion only serving suggestion only serving suggestion only Save $10kg off our everyday low price! (bone in) Save $3.10kg off our everyday low price! Great value for a traditional lamb roast! Boneless Butterflied Lamb Leg Roasts $14.9 9 kilo only Save $12kg off our everyday low price! 4973325AB The Mad Butcher on Fergusson Drive is Upper Hutt's Favorite Local Butcher! PH 526 4581 Joint effort for concert The award-winning Arts a Go Go! children s performing arts school is joining with the Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Brass Band for a Christmas concert on Sunday, November 25. The concert, at the Upper Hutt Cossie Club, brings together a wide selection of youngsters. Anita s Dance Academy and the newly-formed Major Minors Chil- dren s Choir will also present Christmas-themed items. Don Manning and 17-year-old Vicky Watson will compere the show, which starts at 2.30pm. Tickets are on sale at the Cossie Club. Adults $10, under-12s free or a donation. Expo aims at jobs for youth By ANDREW MACKAY Finding work: Lloyd Mareko, from the Ministry of Social Development, at the expo in Upper Hutt geared toward getting unemployed youth into work. Photo: ANDREW MACKAY On the day it was announced the unemployment rate hit a record high, staff from Upper Hutt s Min- istry of Social Development were holding a local expo aimed at get- ting unemployed youth into work. Statistics New Zealand has released figures showing the unemployment rate has risen to 7.3 per cent. This is the highest level since June 1999. On Thursday, the Ministry of Social Development s expo aimed at getting unemployed youth jobs proved popular. Service centre manager Lloyd Mareko says about 65 young people between the ages of 18 and 24 went along. Mr Mareko says they would sometimes subsidise employers taking on new employees as an incentive to employers. The expo included training pro- viders such as SENZ, Q-nique, and Treehouse. Community liaison adviser Nat- ala Low says the expo encouraged people to find work or enrol with one of their externally-contracted training providers. It is really important that we get these young people skills that will lead to a job and place them into sustainable employment. Meanwhile, the Council of Trade Unions says the level of unemployment is in crisis. Council of Trade Unions sec- retary Peter Conway says there are 175,000 people officially unemployed, and more than 113,000 people looking for more hours at work. Enting shows at Farsite Gallery Artist and former Upper Hutt resident artist Stella Enting is exhibiting at Petone s Farsite Gal- lery, Jackson St, until tomorrow. Her art is inspired by her imagination, surroundings, films, shows and books. Enting joined the Dawn Trust when she left school and is also a member of the Art House in Dud- ley St, Lower Hutt. This year she enrolled at The Learning Connexion under tutor Marcel Beijens.
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