Northern News : January 26th 2010
4 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 26, 2011 NEWS am369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pm Tide Movement and Height for Russell © Fishing Calendar by Bill Hohepa Tide Data © LINZ TIDE & WEATHER GUIDE 3 2 1 0 Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Weather Forecast for Northland m For the latest weather information including Weather Warnings Cloudy periods with a few showers in the east. Fine spells from afternoon. SE winds dying away in the afternoon. Mainly fine, late rain spreading from the north. Easterlies developing. Long fine spells. Light winds. Rain. Southeasterlies. Fine. Light winds. Fine with light winds. Fine with little wind. 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Rawene's new art barn boosts NorthTec centre User-friendly: Rawene Learning Centre administrator Ngaire Gilbert is delighted NorthTec has invested in Rawene. Barn raised: The newly built Arts Barn at Rawene. A sizeable investment in NorthTec s network of outly- ing campuses and learning centres is near completion. More than a million dollars has been spent on capital works since additional gov- ernment funding became available through the Ter- tiary Education Commission. The learning centre at Rawene has seen the majority of the $1.1 million funding. Work on a new toilet for administration staff, a toilet block for the disabled and a wheelchair ramp for im- proved access is near to being completed. The Arts Barn will allow students to display their cre- ative works and provide the space for them to develop their talents. Other improvements to the learning centre include a new shed and a polythene house for the horticulture depart- ment. The learning centre s gravel driveway has also had an upgrade and one of the classrooms will be converted into a computer suite. At the Kaitaia campus, all classrooms have been refurbished. Part of a workshop has also been converted to and will be used as a carpentry class- room. Sales and your consumer rights With retailers desperate to win your spending money, you may be see- ing some terrific deals out there. But don t you hate it when the deal you were after is not in the store? So what can you expect from a sale? The Fair Trading Act prohibits stores from misleading customers about their products through advertising on TV, radio, fliers, signs in the store, and anything you are told when you are in the store. The store can t adver- tise a cheap price on a product if they don t have enough of them. So they shouldn t have run out of a product when you arrive early on the first day of a sale. If the store has run out of the advertised product, ask if you can get a rain- check -- this means you can get the same item for the sale price when they get more stock in. You ve probably seen a lot of stores advertising up to 50 percent off . The store should have a reasonable number of items at half price, not just one or two. A sale advertised as 50 percent off everything should mean everything in the store is half price. A store shouldn t use fine print to try to qualify this. The advertised price and quality can t be dif- ferent to what you find in the store. Any other information they tell you about the product has to be true too, including how big it is, what functions the product can do, and where you can use it. If you ve got a flier or catalogue, you can take it to the store with you so you can com- pare what was ad- vertised with what is available. If you think a trader has breached the Fair Trading Act then talk to them about it first. Point out the difference in quality or price to them -- they may reduce the price. You can report a breach of the Fair Trading Act to the Com- merce Commission which enforces the Fair Trading Act. The Com- merce Commission can investigate and pros- ecute a trader who has breached the Act. Visit www.comcom.govt.nz for more information. You can also take a case to the Disputes Tri- bunal if you think a trader has breached the Fair Trading Act. Visit www.consumer affairs.govt.nz or a Citizens Advice Bureau for more information on consumer rights.
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