Here's my reading of the report; if you need the absolute truth, though, you'd need to talk to the people who inspected the car.
Wheels must be retorqued within 50km
Tire pressure set at 35
Front tires LF10 RF10
Rare tires LR10 RR10
Tire size 225/70R16
Tire brand motomaster total terrain
For me, this sounds like information rather than a warning.
They'd have to take the wheels off to get the measurements on the brake pads, so they'll torque them up when replacing, but it's a standard warning to check the torque after a few days. They're telling you that the tire pressure is NOW 35psi (a pretty standard setting for most passenger cars being serviced at quickfit places). The LF10/RF10/LR10/RR10 is telling you the tread depth of each tire, in mm - and they all look good. The next two lines inform you of the tire make and size.
In this first section, there's nothing for you to do. Most garages will retorque the wheels for you in about 2 minutes for free if you had the inspection done there originally.
Brake fluid condition 60%
Front brakes 10MM
Rear brakes 3MM
Brake fluid deterioriates over time, because it absorbs water. Having water in the brake fluid affects braking, so sometime this summer I'd get the brake fluid changed. It's not hard to do yourself, but if you don't work on cars much, you'll probably have better peace of mind by letting a mechanic do it. He can also change the rear brakes for you. I don't know the thickness of the front brakes, but you may want to do those at the same time. Rear brakes wear out much slower than the fronts, so I'd guess that the rears have not been replaced for a few long time. Have this work done this summer (sooner rather than later, just based on the thickness of the rear brakes)
Stick some in. Your car manual will tell you how much, and where to put it. I'm surprised that the garage didn't top it off for you. Cost is less than $5 for coolant, and about 5 minutes of your time. Simple job.
Informational only. If you live in a cold climate, the CCA of the battery is very important - but not so much in temperate areas. 458CCA is OK - nothing to worry about.
*No oil reading on entry
Put some oil in, ASAP. This is very important.
Engine oil leak, valve cover gskt leak
Depends how bad the oil leak is - if it just makes things messy, you can ignore it - get a mechanic to give you an honest opinion.
Engine and cabin filters dirty
Replace them. Pretty cheap, and helps the engine (and driver) breathe better.
Noisy drive belts
Again, ask a mechanic. It depends on where the noise comes from (belt? Pulley bearing?), and the condition of the belt. Not a big job.
P.Steering pump leaks
Drop some Lucas Stop Leak into it, and check in a few days. It may heal itself. Otherwise you need a replacement - doable at home for a beginner, but quite a messy job.
Rear brakes due soon
Yep, 3mm. Get 'em done.
Rear wiper blade worn
Simple job. Buy blade at a car spare store, and ask them to throw it on for you (they often do, for free)