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Six figure boost for

new community hub

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A $325,000 cash injection means

the planned South New Brighton

community hub will open

debt-free.

The city council unanimously

voted to grant the money to the

Bridge South Brighton Trust to

buy the land

and bring up

to code the former

Bridge

St Baptist

Church as a

centre for the

South New

Brighton community.

Trust chairwoman Jane Harrison

(above) told city councillors

at the meeting, the money would

allow the trust to open the centre

debt-free.

The Bridge South Brighton

Trust came up with the idea of

turning the old church into a

community centre earlier in the

year.

It comes after the trust received

most votes in an online

poll for a foundation life and

level from Smart Lift, valued at

about $150,000.

Previously, Pegasus Post reported

that the trust aimed to get

the community centre up and

BIG BOOST: The former Bridge St Baptist Church will be turned into a community centre.

running in the next year and a

half.

The trust will have Te Waka

Aroha South Brighton as tenants

in the centre.

Te Waka Aroha is a residents’

advisory group.

The trust intends to turn the

church into not only a hub, but

also a cafe and performing arts

stage.

A condition of the grant is

that, if the building is sold within

10 years, the full amount of the

grant is repaid.

Pivnice Architecture director

Jason Mill, who has drafted

plans and costings of the centre,

said after consulting with the

community, it was good to see

the city council agreed their plan

would work.

“It’s fantastic to see. We asked

the community what they wanted

to see . . . and the city council

has backed us up totally,” he said.

There are only about 1500

houses in South New Brighton,

but the group amassed more than

2200 votes, showing the wider

community’s backing for the

project.

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DESK News.......................................3, 5

Fantastic news for the South

New Brighton community on

our front page this week.

It received about $325,000

from the city council last week

so it can proceed with plan

to turn the former Bridge

St Baptist Church into a

community hub.

Following in the same vein

of good news, the Shirley Toy

Library, which was a merger

of the Burwood and St Albans

libraries, can now stay open.

It was facing a bleak future,

struggling for members, but

it appears the community has

rallied. Check out page 5 for the

article.

Finally, on page 3, we have

found out what is the most

popular pooch breed in the city

and which suburbs in the east

lead in dog numbers.

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Hei kona, Shelley Robinson

Merging volunteer work with gardening

OUR PEOPLE

Your Local Views..........4

Local Schools.....................6

Our People....................... 7

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a success with the bales supporting eggs

in areas where spawning was otherwise

not occurring, and the community learning

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News

Candidates: Send in your bios

IN THE lead-up to the local

body elections, candidates for

city council and community

boards are invited to send a

100-word profile and photo of

themselves to the Pegasus Post

by September 5 for publication

the following week.

Nearly 8000 dogs in east

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

ABOUT A quarter of the city’s

registered 31,800 dogs are homed

in the eastern suburbs, with the

most popular breed in the city

being labradors.

Newly-released statistics on

dog ownership show that there

are 7916 dogs in the east only

slightly behind the north-west

area of the city, which has 7953.

The top populated suburb in

the east is Burwood with 784

dogs, which is also the eighth

highest in the city.

Following Burwood, Linwood

has 720, Parklands has 655, and

North New Brighton has a dog

population of 620.

The south-west and southeastern

suburbs of the city

make up 17 and 19 per cent

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respectively, while the other 13

to 14 per cent live in other parts

of the city.

Labradors are the city’s favourite

dog, and lead by a population

of about 2000. They have been

the favourite breed for the last

four years.

Behind labradors are

staffordshire bull terriers, then

bichon frise, border collie, jack

russell and fox terrier.

The most popular suburbs for

dogs in the city are St Albans

with 1452, Spreydon with 1114,

Belfast with 975, and Papanui

with 946.

The total number of registered

dogs in the city as of August 16

is 31,859, which has not seen

much variance since before the

earthquakes in 2009.

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In Brief

SEARCH FOR ATTACKERS

Police are searching for two men

after a man was robbed and

assaulted on Wainoni Rd on August

20. “The man was hit from behind

with an unknown object at a bus

stop on Wainoni Rd, Aranui, at

about 7pm. The offenders stole

his phone and wallet,” a police

spokesperson said. The man, in his

20s, received minor injuries. If you

have any information you think the

police would find helpful, phone

363 7400.

WAINONI RD REPAIRS

Starting tomorrow, Wainoni Rd

near the Avondale Golf Course,

will be closed for about three days

while maintenance is carried

out by Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Rebuild Team. The

work will not impact residents’

power, wastewater, phone,

water, or gas services. More

information can be found at

www.strongerchristchurch.govt.

nz. Meanwhile, Farnborough St,

in Aranui, will be closed for four

weeks from today while SCIRT

renews part of the road. The road

will also be closed during working

hours of 7am to 6pm for Monday

to Friday. Driveway access will be

completely restricted from residents

for a week. The expected end

date for the project will be

September 28.

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Tuesday August 30 2016

McMaster & Heap

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MY LOVELY LOLA

I write about my patients

monthly and now I find myself

writing about my precious girl

“LOLA”. My eldest son Connor

left for the USA a few weeks ago

to study and play tennis for UC

Berkeley in San Francisco. Steve

travelled with Connor to help him

organize his first week at college

and while he was away, our

beautiful black lab presented one

morning weak and wobbley in her

hindlegs, unable to walk properly

and support herself. She was

acutely painful which was hard for

me see and knuckling over on her

paws. She was still ravenous though

and was not incontinent. The day

before she had gone running with

Dylan and appeared normal. She has never

obviously shown any sign of neurological

disease before.

I panicked. Lola is my dog and we are so closely

intertwined. We read each others minds and

we are together 24/7. We are best friends.

When she gets sick ( especially when she had

kidney cancer last year), Steve takes over as

her vet, I’m just her mum. I feel useless making

veterinary decisions for her but with Steve

away, I had to step up, for her sake.

I’m very

fortunate with

the incredible

nurses and vets

we have working

with us. Lola is

very loved and

the team swung

into action. As

soon as I entered

the practice,

everyone

could see the

predicament

Lola was in.

She was placed on a fentanyl CRI for pain,

her entire spine was radiographed and she

had many tubes of blood taken to test for

toxoplasmosis, infectious disease and check her

organ function. A special bed was organized

for her in the treatment area as strict rest was

crucial. Catherine made a special trip in on her

day off to assess Lola neurologically. Suzanne

performed acupuncture and laser treatment.

She accepts everything we do to her. She fully

understands our job and that we are only

trying to help. She is the perfect patient.

Once all the test results were in, taking

into account the neurological exam and

radiographs taken, we came to the conclusion

that she had either prolapsed a disc between

T3-L3 or had a FCE ( fibrocartilaginous

embolism). FCE causes

ischaemic myelopathy which

is poor blood supply to the

spinal cord. Like any part

of the body, the spinal cord

relies on a permanent supply

of blood to bring nutrients

and remove waste products.

Arteries supply segments of

the cord on each side. FCE

occurs acutely, often with

no pain. Often one limb is

more affected. Usually these

patients make a full recovery

with the help of strict rest and

anti-inflammatory medication.

Other possible causes included

a fracture or dislocation of

human radiologists.

the spinal vertebrae,

discospondylitis or

inflammatory diseases

like toxoplasmosis.

Due to her recent bout

of cancer, resulting in the

loss of a kidney, I was a

little worried the cancer

may have spread to

her spinal cord. I have

organized an MRI at St

George’s hospital, so

we know what we are

dealing with. I go with

her to sedate her and

monitor her. The MRI

takes about 30 minutes

and is interpreted by

I also have friends in “high places”, and I

consulted with a specialist surgeon in Auckland

who I’ve trusted with all my pets in the past.

Depending on the results from her MRI she

may need spinal surgery if she doesn’t make a

full recovery. Im really hoping this isn’t the case

but if so then she will fly to Auckland ands be

surgically assessed.

The biggest problem I have has been trying

to confine her and stop her tail continually

wagging and her whole back end

wiggling. She’s on a concoction of

medications I give her 3 times daily

covering all my bases and then she’s

assisted when going to the toilet. Bed rest

is the number 1 priority. She is sleeping

with me, coming to work to rest and I am

slowly walking her on a lead to toilet. She

can’t understand why I am being so clingy

and why I’m popping so many pills into

her. She is on double antibiotic therapy,

tramadol for pain and two different antiinflammatories.

I’m praying this sorts itself

out with time, patience, rest and love!! She

certainly got it right choosing a vet as her

mum……she’s slightly high maintenance

medically!! But I wouldn’t have her any other

way.

As of writing this she is definitely on the

improve trying to leap into my car. She is

walking way better, but still a little ataxic and

weak in her hindlegs. She has no pain and

seems happy. Thanks to everyone on Facebook

who has sent special wishes Lola’s way. We

so appreciate this and they have helped!

She is such a special, loved team member of

McMaster & Heap Vets.

Dr Michele

McMaster

Your Local Views

Make sport for everybody

New Zealand Rugby

League general

manager southern

zone Steve Martin

talks about societal

barriers around the

sports field

The recently-completed

Olympic Games have

brought the subject of diversity in sport to

the forefront.

Whether it be an 800m female runner

being questioned as to her gender, or a

Muslim athlete competing in a hijab, or

even a same sex married couple winning

gold in hockey, there seems to be a fixation

on those athletes who are deemed to be

different.

Society’s labels or those of a minority in

society permeate our psyche and at times

influence our attitude and behaviour.

We should be celebrating diversity in

sport, and focusing on the successes being

achieved not on perceptions of who and

what people are, where they have come

from or how they choose to lead their lives.

On the domestic front, we are quite

rightly astounded at the instances of racial

slurring, homophobia and sexist comments

that now seem to permeate sports

fields.

We should be embracing the opportunities

that sport provides for everyone

regardless of their perceived uniqueness.

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Reprieve for library

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SHIRLEY TOY Library has

been given a reprieve after being

just weeks from shutting down

due to a lack of members.

The city’s biggest toy library

went on a large recruitment

drive recently to rally enough

members to keep it going.

Membership at the library

went from 200 to 135 after the

earthquakes.

The Shirley Toy Library

has operated from the former

Hammersley Park School hall

since it was established as a

merger between the St Albans

and Burwood Toy Library

branches in 2009.

The school was one of those

condemned to close in 2012,

and the library’s membership

took a big hit.

An emergency meeting was

held last month, and a proposal

was looked at by the library’s

eight-member committee,

deciding whether or not it could

be kept afloat.

Secretary Emma O’Connell

said after the earthquakes,

many members left the library,

forcing others to do two or three

jobs at once.

“They just ended up getting

burnt out and having to

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leave. We had a whole lot of

people step down, but with

the community’s support and

support from the city council

as well as other toy libraries,

we’re through that and we’re in

a good place,” she said.

Mrs O’Connell said closing

down was a real possibility

and was discussed by the

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It was only a discussion that if

we couldn’t find a secretary and

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We held an emergency meeting

and talked about it, and found

that it wasn’t an option and the

community got behind it,” she

said.

Committee members

approached people individually,

asking them to volunteer time

to help out at the library, to

great success.

The library holds about 1500

toys aimed at children aged to

eight and is open two days a

week.

Mrs O’Connell said

membership dipped

significantly after the

earthquakes, but it’s now slowly

rising again.

“We have 135 active members

as of August, and we’re always

looking for more members.

It’s just a one-off yearly

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SCHOOLS

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BUILD IT UP: Teacher Phil Dixon shows Shirley Boys’ High School students Michael Fili, Jackson

Taylor, Felix Barham, Hamsa Shire and Jayden McClure how to set out studs and plates on a jig

as part of a school project where students build garden sheds.

New entrants

Banks Avenue School in Dallington has had a flurry of new entrants this term.

Ashleigh, Caleb, Ethan and Luca all started their first year at Banks Avenue recently, and all are

excited to learn about books and numbers.

YOUNG CHAMP: Marshland School’s Libby McDonald walked

away from the recent Canterbury Junior Championships for

gymnastics with three gold medals and a bronze. Libby won

first overall in the floor gymnastics and balance beam sections.

Marshland principal Jacqui Pascoe said Libby practices for

about 16 hours a week and her hard work had paid off.

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BIG CLEAN: Volunteer

Nick Yuki (left) was one

of many who gathered in

Southshore recently to

clear rubble away from sea

walls along the estuary

edge. The rubble had

been accumulating on

the estuary edge since

the first earthquakes,

Southshore Residents’

Association chairman Bill

Simpson said: “Eventually

residents hope that the city

council and the Crown will

sort out flood protection

for Southshore. In the

meantime, volunteers took

matters into their own

hands and piled rocks and

concrete blocks back up

along the edge,” he said.

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Our People

Volunteering and gardening go together

Mary Tingey is the chairwoman of the Canterbury

Community Gardens Association, and a co-ordinator

for three community gardens across the city. Fraser

Walker-Pearce talks to her about working with

the disabled, reading minds, and gardeners being

impatient

How many gardens do you

co-ordinate?

Currently I am co-ordinating

Delta Community Garden,

Churchill Park Community Garden

and Packe St Community

Garden. Each garden is unique.

Community gardens welcome

everybody. We see ourselves as

growing community as well as

food. Community gardens are

one of the easiest ways to get

support for growing your own

food, make new friends and have

fun.

Why do you enjoy gardening?

When I was brought up most

people had a vegetable garden.

I always enjoyed gardening and

I would help my father in the

garden. I grew my first garden in

Dunedin. I grew a huge cabbage

outside the kitchen window.

I loved its form and the beautiful

veins in the leaves. I always get

a buzz out of watching seeds

grow.

So you’re quite patient?

Patience sounds like you’re

sitting with your arms folded at

school, listening to a headmaster

speak. It does take time to grow

plants, but it’s not that type of

patience. Plants are alive and

they reward you with beauty and

food.

Is it more about the process

than the end product for

you?

No, no. You want the end

product as well – the taste of

the food is the thing that hooks

people into gardening. When

they taste a raw carrot or a pea

for the first time, it’s completely

different to what you get in the

supermarket, and their eyes just

pop open and they’ll say: “Wow”.

Food which is harvested from

your own doorstep tastes simply

delicious. Our earthquakes highlighted

the importance of local

food production.

You’re a community garden

co-ordinator. Can you describe

what that entails?

It means firstly that you’re the

person that kind of holds all the

elements of the garden together

the garden while at the same

time allowing plants and people

the freedom to express themselves

and grow. You have to be

someone that has a shared overall

vision. Community gardens

are powered by volunteers. They

are the back bone of community

gardening. People volunteer for

all sorts of reasons. Sometimes

they are out of work and volunteer

while they are waiting for

a job. Some people have disabilities

and the garden becomes

central to their lives.

How many volunteers do you

look after?

At Delta Community House

we have about five volunteers

that come almost every week.

But we also have volunteers that

come in less regularly and those

who come in for short periods

of time. For example, recently

we had a Japanese tourist who

volunteered for a month while

he was visiting. At Packe St we

have about seven or eight who

usually come. It’s the same with

Churchill Park.

How is the Churchill Park

garden recovering after the

break-in recently?

We have a list of how much

everything costs to replace, and

we’re now looking for funders to

help out. This is a long-winded

process that takes heaps of time

for everybody involved. We now

have to cart all our gear to the

garden every time we go there.

How did you hear about community

gardens?

I heard about them when I

came back to Christchurch after

working in Cromwell for five

years. I have chickens and at the

GREEN THUMB: Mary Tingey co-ordinates three community gardens across the city.

time I had a dozen spare eggs. So

I took them to Delta Community

House and donated them.

I started talking to the manager

there and he said he wanted

someone to help run a garden,

and it all started from there. On

one course participants learn

basic gardening skills as well as

harvesting and cooking. There

is a loss of knowledge between

generations about growing, harvesting

and preparing food.

How do people get onto those

courses? Can anyone join?

They need to contact Delta

Community House. Anyone is

welcome. As part of community

gardening I also teach in schools.

Currently I teach at Shirley

Primary and Aranui schools. I

am also contracted by the Canterbury

Horticultural Society to

co-ordinate their Orchards in

Schools Programme.

Do you live in the area?

Yes I do, in Richmond. We

moved there in 1990 with our

three small children.

Where were you before that?

Dunedin, Whangarei and

Auckland.

Why the move here?

My husband had difficulty getting

work after the share market

crash in 1987.

What schools did you go to?

I went to school and university

in Auckland. I was at Epsom

Girls’ Grammar School, and

then I did a masters degree in

psychology. I have a teaching

diploma for the state system and

one for Montessori teaching.

Can you read people’s body

language and that kind of

things?

I don’t think psychology is

that sophisticated, but it revolves

around science as opposed to

intuitive understandings.

What is your background in

horticulture?

I started community gardening

at Delta. I have gardened all

my life. You don’t have to always

go on courses to learn things.

You can learn from experimentation

and experience. I gained

commercial production experience

by working in a viticulture

nursery for four years.

Does your husband enjoy

gardening?

He’s a little interested in gardening,

he likes eating it more

than anything.

What about your kids?

The interesting thing for me

was that they were uninterested

in their teens, but now that

they’re grown up they all plant

things. They might not have

actually been in the garden,

but they were always watching,

absorbing and learning.

Do you have a favourite

plant?

I don’t think so, I’m a seasonal

eater. I’m just loving the winter

veges at the moment.

What’s your earliest memory

in the garden?

In Auckland my parents had

an enormous passionfruit vine.

We each got a pin and etched

our initials into a passionfruit

when they were green, so when

they turned purple, they were all

named.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Ukulele JAM

Friday nights, from 7.30pm

Every Friday this group meets

to play the ukulele and other

instruments and sing all kinds

of songs and different genres

of music – anything that is in

the spirit of Joyful Anarchic

Music (JAM). There is a data

projector so all the lyrics and the

chords are available. Everyone

is welcome. Tea, coffee and

biscuits are free.

St Faith’s Hall, 46 Hawke St,

New Brighton. $2 entry

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Every Saturday, from 10am-

2pm

Every Saturday, New

Brighton’s pedestrian mall is

filled with colour and creativity.

Go along to the seaside and

enjoy live entertainment, food,

fresh produce, arts, crafts,

jewellery and more. There will

be a bouncy castle and free

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more information, email

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New Brighton Pedestrian Mall.

Free entry

Gamble Free Day – Linwood

Saturday, September 3, from

10am-2pm

Problem gambling affects

thousands of Kiwis every year,

but Linwood Avenue School

wants to raise awareness

through a free event. Salvation

Army Oasis Problem Gambling

Foundation and Gambling

Helpline are joining forces to

help put on a day of fun for the

whole family. Go along and

join in. There will be stalls,

information, games, bouncy

castles, sports, and arts and

crafts.

Linwood Avenue School, 260

Linwood Ave. Free entry

Father’s Day Storytimes and

Craft

Saturday, September 3, from

11-11.45am

A special Father’s Day-themed

storytime event. Go along

and make a decorated card for

someone special in your life in

the craft activity after storytime.

Any parent or caregiver can

come. Aimed at children aged

two to seven. All materials are

supplied, no bookings necessary,

but a caregiver is required.

Shirley Public Library, 36

Marshland Rd. Free entry

Christchurch Choral Festival

Saturday, September 3, from

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Sunday September 4, from

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To mark six years since

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he will have more than 100 kites

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‘THE LOFT’

Unique Health and Wellbeing Centre

Opens as ‘The Loft’

A unique co-location of social, community and health services called

The Loft has opened on the first floor of Eastgate Shopping Centre.

The Loft is not just a physical space; it is

a partnership of social and health agencies

operating in a unique co-location with an

intention of better supporting children,

young people and families towards wellbeing.

The Loft aims to make access to multiple

services much easier, and enable staff across

services to work more closely together.

It comprises two key service delivery

centres. One is a growing hub of social and

community services that includes child

safety, microfinance, parenting support,

social work support and family and sexual

violence services. Beside them is Linwood

Medical Centre, home to a range of health

providers including general practice,

pharmacy, physiotherapy, midwifery, district

nursing, older person’s health and mental

health services.

Such a broad collection of services, seeking

to work in truly integrated ways in the

practical delivery of services is part of what

makes The Loft unique in Australasia. But

even more important is the way of working.

“As organisations that support members of

our community to achieve wellbeing, we

have made a commitment to offer more than

our business-as-usual services” says Darryn

Russell, Chair of Aviva (one of social service

providers located there). “We are developing

and adapting a range of key service processes,

such as seamless consent to the multiple

service agencies located in The Loft, to begin

making access to support easier.”

“Part of our vision is to

enable support seeking to

become easier for people”

Since opening on 4 July, over 35 people

have walked into The Loft social services

area to seek support from the agencies based

there, or to be linked with more appropriate

services elsewhere. Family Help Trust Chair

Lesley Campbell said “Part of our vision is

to enable support seeking to become easier

for people, and we’re already finding that

our availability within a retail centre is

making our services more visible and more

accessible.”

Linwood Medical Centre is also finding

The Loft has brought increased awareness of

the range of available services, and support

for the concept of multiple services in one

space. Having already each taken clients

through to each other for support, the social

and health service providers will continue

to work together to develop the whole of

person/whole of whanau approach which

shared accommodation fosters.

The Loft’s enormous potential for making

a significant difference in people’s lives is

echoed in its call to action - Ki te tihi – ‘to the

summit; rising higher and moving forward,

together.’

Mayor Lianne Dalziel and Prime Minister John

Key officially opened The Loft on 19 August.

Find out more at

theloftchristchurch.org.nz

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• Child health, parenting and

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• Community transport services

• Family violence services

• Sexual assault support for

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GROWTH: New fruit trees have been donated to the New Brighton

Community Garden.

Trees for food

• By Georgia O’Connor-

Harding

NEW Brighton

Community Garden

has benefitted from

the donation of $4000

worth of fruit trees to

be distributed around

community gardens, parks

and schools.

Nelson-based gardening

nursery, Waimea Fruit

Trees, donated the trees to

help regrow the city back

to its former gardening

glory.

They arrived and were

first distributed last Friday

to the New Brighton

Community Garden,

the Upper Riccarton

Community Garden and

Redwood Early Childcare

Centre.

The trees were excess

stock from the nursery

and otherwise would have

been burnt if they were

not donated to the city.

Waimea Fruit Trees

marketing and CPD sales

manager Kate Marshall

said it was nice to have

Tuesday August 30 2016

been able to find a home

for the trees.

“I think it is great to

provide trees, especially

to schools. Getting kids

into growing their own

food, knowing where food

comes from and health

food choices is a really

positive thing we totally

support,” she said.

The trees are set to

thrive in the city’s climate

and are not expected to

have any issues adapting.

“Warm summers and

cold winters are really

good for fruit trees.

It makes them really

productive so they will do

well,” Mrs Marshall said.

The project was initiated

by well-known gardening

personality Rachel Vogan,

who got in touch with the

company last year.

She is a volunteer who’s

passionate about

maintaining the city’s

garden image and believes

the more fruit tress the

better.

Ms Vogan said about

50 trees were sent down

to the city last season to

be trialled at community

gardens.

“All reports are the trees

are doing well,” she said.

The trees are in high

demand this year with

more than 50 requests

from schools alone.

“There is more demand

than what we have got

fruit trees for. If they don’t

get them this year, they

will get them next year,”

Ms Vogan said.

The only cost not

covered by the fruit tree

company was the freight,

which was met by the

city council through the

mayor’s office.

Mrs Marshall said in

spite of the earthquakes,

Christchurch is still

known as the garden city.

“For us, it is still a strong

area for plant sales and

other nurseries

would agree with us as

well, so I don’t think

that has changed,” she

said.

ADULT LEARNERS’ WEEK

HE TANGATA MĀTAURANGA

Ara community study -

where adult learners are welcome

At Ara Institute of Canterbury’s six community

hubs, people can learn at their own pace in a

friendly, welcoming environment that supports

people who are returning to study after a long

break or those who are undertaking study for the

first time.

At hubs in New Brighton, Bishopdale, Hornby,

Rangiora, Christchurch’s Madras Street and now

also in Timaru, Ara staff support community

learning needs through a range of programmes.

Computing for Free is a popular choice for adult

learners looking for accessible training for basic

computer skills or to upskill to improve their career

opportunities.

Computing for Free offers a range of self-paced,

short courses of between 20 to 40 hours to introduce

people to a wide range of specific programmes as

Web Design and Powerpoint.

The facilitators who are on-hand to provide

support are passionate about the courses they teach

and the communities they teach in, providing

an excellent experience for students. Timetables

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are flexible to fit around family and professional

commitments.

Having completed Computing for Free herself,

tutor Jo Harkerss understands the challenges of

returning to study.

“For many people it is a huge stepping stone.

They may have been made redundant or been out

of the workforce after having children and here

they can connect with other people and learn new

skills that will make them more employable and

give them confidence to try other things too.

“They might have used computers in the past,

but programmes change and skills need to be

updated,” Jo says.

“The hardest thing is for people to walk in

the door. Then they realise that we are really

nice! And that they can do it. You see people

come in who feel afraid of computers, but we

are here to help them to achieve. Study is not

easy for everyone, but our programmes have

a good balance of theory and practice, plus

the programmes are self-paced to fit around

other life commitments such as work and

family.”

Computing for Free also caters for adult

learners who want to upskill for career

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National Certificate in Computing, which is a

formal qualification that employers recognise

and value. For students who find a passion for

computing there are further programmes on offer

at Ara from certificates to degrees.

Enrolling is easy – just pop into your local

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Support towards NZQA unit standards.

For more information call 03 379 1916

or email halcadmin@hagley.school.nz

ADULT LITERACY CENTRE

Building Competencies for Work and Life

NURTURING: Well-known gardening personality Rachel Vogan (middle) with

Shirley-Papanui Community Board member Emma Norrish.

Risingholme Community Centre Celebrates

Adult Learners’ Week -

He Tangata Matauranga 2016

Adult & Community Education Classes for you

Wide variety of courses on offer Day and evening classes

Different locations around the city

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON DATES, TIMES

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ADULT LEARNERS’ WEEK 2016 HE TANGATA MĀTAURANGA

Learning Nation focus for

Adult Learners’ Week 2016

Adult educators will be on the streets during Adult

Learners’ Week/He Tangata Mātauranga, September 5-11,

asking people what they would like to learn and recording

their responses. The campaign called ‘Learning Nation’ will

be a focus for this year’s celebration. It acknowledges that

lifelong learning is vital for a rich, rewarding life and

worthy of a conversation.

Adult Learners’ Week/He Tangata Mātauranga,

celebrates all adult learning whether it’s upskilling for a

better job, preparing for further study, improving life skills

or having fun. It is supported by the New Zealand National

Commission for UNESCO and incorporates International

Literacy Day on September 8.

Every year thousands of ACE providers, educators,

learners and supporters organise a huge range of events to

highlight the value of adult learning.

The Government priorities for Adult and Community

Education (ACE) include literacy, numeracy, English

language (ESOL), te Reo Māori and sign language.

Providers all over New Zealand offer learning in these core

areas and many others. Courses not eligible for funding

are often run by volunteers.

In Christchurch many of the organisations providing

ACE opportunities will be celebrating with their learners

Connecting Adult and Community Education

and Learning across Otautahi

and in their own communities, more information can be

found on the ACE forum website https://aceforumchch.

wordpress.com/

On Wednesday 7th September in collaboration with Ako

Aotearoa, PEETO – The Muliti-Cultural learning Centre

and Risngholme there will be the Annual Adult learners

awards 2016. This will take place at Riccarton Community

Church, 80 Rattray St from 7pm.

On Friday 9th September there will be the Annual Adult

Learners’ week breakfast where we will be discussing

further the role of Christchurch as a learning city.

It will be a week of celebration and consideration of the

importance of learning to our communities and our city

and our nation.

In Christchurch Adult Learners’ Week/He Tangata Mātauranga

2016 celebrations are organized by the ACE forum Christchurch.

You are able to contact the forum by email at aceforumchch@

gmail.com or visit their facebook page or website.

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Experts restore that

“winning smile”

Meeting people for the first

time, interacting with others on social

occasions, going for a job interview – in

all these situations your smile is the most

important part of you.

or perhaps, on a lighter note, you

might be scaring yourself with your ‘selfie’

because your smile is not as attractive as it

should be, due to missing or broken teeth.

perhaps it’s time for a visit to Denture

South in Barrington, where the experts

can give you that winning smile back.

Clinical technician Andrew Johnson

and his team of clinical and lab

technicians are fully focused on providing

customised service at their Barrington

clinic, and will take all the time needed

to fulfill your partial or full denture

requirements whether you want an even,

bright smile or a more natural-looking

one.

For people who have had dentures for a

while and are finding they frequently need

to buy denture adhesive to keep them in

place, Andrew advises having the dentures

relined so they will fit better. As he points

out, the money spent on denture adhesive

over 12 months would easily cover the

cost of having your dentures refitted.

Denture South has been providing a full

range of denture services for the residents

of Christchurch for over 13 years. These

services include first-time immediate

dentures, full replacement dentures,

partial plates and sports mouth-guards.

Many Denture South clients come

through word-of-mouth referral, an

indication of the level of satisfaction that’s

provided there. Friendly, approachable

and highly skilled, the Denture South

team enjoys helping people with all their

denture fitting, ongoing care and denture

maintenance requirements.

The friendly Denture South team

Conveniently located at

230 Barrington Street,

Denture South has

off-street parking.

phone 332-4004 for

a complimentary

consultation.

Sharyn has

moved to

Hair

Solutions

Sharyn would like

to offer

20% discount

on your first visit

24 Wycola Ave,

Hei Hei

Ph 349 6114

NEED

DENTURES?

WE CAN

HELP

230 Barrington st

332 4004

Your Local

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Technician

Easy parking

& great service

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noun

elegance and sophistication.

synonyms: flair, grace, poise,

polish, suaveness, urbanity,

chic, finesse, taste, class,

comfort, luxury, affluence,

wealth, opulence, lavishness.

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REAL ESTATE

Good planning and taking time...

3 Old Barrow Heights, Huntsbury

Auction Date: Thursday 15 Sep 2016 - unless sold prior

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car garage | Listing # BE192663

.... has resulted in a well-designed,

well sited and highly desirable home

to live in. My client’s decision to

downsize gives a lucky new owner the

opportunity to own a home designed

to maximise sunshine, maximise

views and maximise ease of living.

The large family kitchen opens onto

a spacious dining and family room,

plenty of room to entertain or relax

with your family. There is a formal

living room for you to escape the

hubbub of family life. With four large

double bedrooms, one downstairs,

there is space for all. Upstairs there is

an excellent area for either the children

to play or a retreat area. A separate

study downstairs can hide all the

paperwork and technology our houses

fill up with in today’s world.

The master bedroom is a treat for

you - large with a walk-in wardrobe,

generous ensuite and opens onto a

verandah to look at the Southern Alps.

Landscaping & decks have been

carefully designed to give shelter

whilst enjoying your barbecue. There

is even room for three trampolines!

Garaging & parking have not

been forgotten. The double garage is

spacious and room beside it has been

specially made to park a boat. Offstreet

parking in front of the garage for

two cars is an added luxury on the hill.

Call now to view - to be sold on or

before Auction day.

AUCTION: Thursday 15th

September 2016 from 1:00pm

Harcourts Grenadier, 98 Moorhouse

Avenue (unless sold prior).

Open Homes: Wednesdays,

Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 p.m. -

1:45 p.m until auction day

Make sure you come visit at one

of the open homes, or to arrange a

private viewing of this property call

Debbie Pettigrew from Harcourts

Grenadier Beckenham (Licensed

Agent REAA 2008) now on 337 1316

or 027 777 0411

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday August 30 2016 17

Cars

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0800 229-6757

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my name

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maintenance

by your friendly

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• No job too small

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Ph Andrew

027 739 7933

Computers

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for our brochure

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Gardening

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makeovers, garden design

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quotes call Bryce 027 688-

8196 or 0508 242-733

A GARDEN OR

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Pruning, Shrub, hedge

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027 323 5190 | 03 323 5190

* Arbitration Advisory Consultant for Floor Sanding

Phone Amanda:

0279570920

or 0800 HOUSE ME

• Timber decks rejuvinated

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Also do: gym floors, halls, restaurants,

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• House, deck, carport & window canopy etc

• Warm & dry in winter

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• Customised & Tailored

• Café curtains fitted

• 5 year warranty

Chris Thorndycroft

Ph 0800 27 24 46 | www.archgola.co.nz

Trades & Services

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Appliance Sales & Service

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Appliance Services

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DRIVEWAYS & PAVING

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Professional, friendly

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Ph. 03 329 4806

or 027 827 0505

CAP CONSTRUCTION LTD

Trades & Services

FENCING

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iron, trellis

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removal

Phone Bevan

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Fencing Uprite

Your Eastside

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Garden design

Planting professionals

Garden renovation &

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Quality plant sourcing

Expert pruning &

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M: 027 688 8196

P: 0508 242 733

E: greentherapy@

xtra.co.nz

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over 30 years experience.

• Extensions & repair • Roof coating

• Concrete & clay tiles • Butynol

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Phone Dave 981 0278

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BEAUMONT ROOFING LTD

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• Flue & log burner installs

• Skytube/light installs

• Earthquake repairs

Licence Building

Practitioner LBP

Member of the Roofing

Association

DCM ROOFING LTD

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PHONE IAIN

027 445 5597

iain@dcmroofing.co.nz

Trades & Services

BEST BATHROOMS

full renovation specialists,

LBP, repairs &

maintenance ph 03 387-

0770 or 027 245-5226

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

30 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork a

speciality. No job too

small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684 4046, email

karengeorge@xtra.co.nz

BUILDER

For all building work

but specialist in bathroom

renovations, 30 yrs

experience, with service

and integrity. Free Quotes.

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

0274 367-067.

BUILDER

LICENSED

available for all aspects of

building. Please call 027

241-7471 or 335-0265

CARRIER

Local, experienced,

friendly, trade-me

purchases, single items

to truck loads, furniture

to whatever, removals &

trade deliveries a specialty.

Ph GEH 341-5069

CARPET & VINYL

LAYING

Repairs, uplifting,relaying,

restretching,

jflattery@xtra.co.nz,

ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

email

Trades & Services

CARPETLAYER

Trades & Services

PLUMBER

Laying and Repairs, 40 yrs ALF THORPE

experience, ph Peter 326- PLUMBING Certifying

7711 or 027 240-6532 Plumber for all types of

plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

DRIVEWAYS

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

Replace, repair or new. 350-231

We are a local company ROOFING

with over 10 yrs exp.

Qualified & Licenced

We also operate a Practitioner. Re-Roof &

digger for all other Repairs, all types. Member

earthworks. New Zealand Roofing

Ph. R.M. Solutions Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

021 02866981

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

for a free quote. email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

Trades & Services SPOUTING CLEANING

DRAINLAYER

Spouting Unblocked,

Cleaned Out and Flushed

Blocked drains, Repairs

Out. Also Full Handyman

to drains, New drains &

Services Available. Call

sumps. All work overseen

Trevor 332 8949 or 021

by Registered Drainlayer.

043-2034

Contact Glen at Y45

Drainage - 0800 945 900

STONEMASON

BRICK BLOCKLAYER,

ELECTRICAL &

Earthquake Repairs, Grind

HEATPUMPS

Out & Repoint, River/

Full service including Oamaru stone, Schist,

pressure & performance

test $60 + GST. Affordable

Volcanic Rock, Paving,

all Alterations new & old,

electrical services, wiring Quality Workmanship,

alterations & repairs, visit www.featureworks.

LED conversions. Motel co.nz or ph 027 601-3145

Maintenance Specialist Ph

TREES

326 4992 or 0274 329755.

BIG OR SMALL

FENCING

tree removal, trimming,

All styles and shapes, stump grinding, shelterbelt

gates, wooden, ph Mark clean up, section clearing,

027 331-3223

rubbish removals,

FENCE PAINTING excavation work, ph Trees

Staining Quality at a Big or Small, for a free

reasonable price. Free quote, 021 061 4783

quotes. Phone Warren TREE WORK

today on 980-1676 or 027

2014713

FURNITURE

REMOVALS

Hedge trimming, stump

grinding, rubbish removed,

small job specialty Ph

Andrew 03 322-8341 or

027 435-8759

Large Trucks $95 +

GST per hour 7 day NZ

T.V. SERVICE

wide, packing & moving, CENTRE

Professional Company, Repairs, tvs, microwaves,

Professional Service. stereos, DVD. Aerial

Canterbury Relocations installations and kitsets,

Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313 480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

379 1400

GLAZIER

UPHOLSTERER

Window repairs, pet

Dining Chairs, Lounge

doors, new glazing, double

suites, Caravan Squabs

glazing, conservatory

etc. recovered. Free

roofs. Experienced

Quotes. Phone Graeme

tradesman. Call Bill on

383-1448

981-1903 or 022 413-3504

VHS VIDEO TAPES

LANDSCAPE

& all camera tapes

CONSTRUCTION converted to DVD, video

Lawns, paving, water taping, weddings, twenty

features, irrigation, firsts, special occasions,

planting, decks, www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

driveways, kerbing, ponds, ph 03 338-1655

retainer walls, fencing.

WATERBLASTING

Free quotes, Phone Tony

021-034-8555

Quality Job, Quick Service

by skilled tradesman, Ph

PAINTING

Richard Severin at Jet-X

Decorating

0800 538 969 Free quotes,

interior & exterior,

visit www.jetx.co.nz

gib fixing, plastering,

WINDOW CLEANING

paperhanging, Est 50 yrs

in ChCh, ph Wingfields Average 3 bdrm house

Ltd, ph Mark 021 171- inside or out $40. Both

1586 or 355-5994 $70. Phone Trevor 344-

2170

PAINTER

Available, All aspects in Real Estate

painting. Very competitive

AS IS where is wanted by

in roofs and fences. Please

private cash buyer, ph 021

call 027 241-7471 or 335-

342 900

0265

PAINTING

DECORATING

Excellent finish.Domestic

& Commercial. Ph Chris

027 223 8542

PLUMBER

For prompt service for all

plumbing maintenance,

repairs and alterations.

Phone Michael 364 7080

or 027 438 3943

WANTED Section/land

to rent, lease or buy, ph

Rachel 021 064 3933

Wanted To Buy

AAA Buying goods

quality furniture,

Beds, Stoves, Washing

machines, Fridge Freezers.

Same day service. Selwyn

Dealers. Phone 980 5812

or 027 313 8156


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Tuesday August 30 2016

Classifieds

PEGASUS POST

Wanted To Buy

A+ Household effects,

fridges, freezers, washing

machines, ovens. Good

cash paid. Ph Paul 022

0891 671

TOOLS

Garden, garage,

woodworking,

mechanical, engineering,

sawbenches, lathes, cash

buyer, ph 355-2045

Public Notices

Rexellent Rentals

Cars, Vans, Brisbane , Coolangatta

FREE CALL

0800 601 508

www.rexellent.com.au

Situations Vacant

DELIVERY DRIVER

REQUIRED

The Star is looking for a contract driver to

join its delivery team. The work involves

delivering The Star to our runners & retail

outlets on a Thursday morning.

The hours of work will be approximately

3:30am-11:30am,with a degree of flexibility

required. You must have your own reliable

vehicle (light van) and a clean license.

Applicants will need to be honest, reliable &

have a good general knowledge of the City.

Situations Vacant

CA$H

Strippers

& Podium

Dancers

Wanted!

18+ TO APPLY

NEISHA

021 193 0118

Kids two course

special

from

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

Open daily from 6.30am - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

FATHER’S DAY : THIS SUNDAY

Treat the Kids!

$

10

‘Famous for their roasts!’

Seniors SPECIAL

Two courses Soup/Roast or

Roast/Dessert

$

20

For further information call Mark Coulthard

Phone: 364-7453 or 021 800 809.

Email: mark@starmedia.kiwi

We are family friendly.

Great Kids menu plus

designated play area.

Special available lunch only

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm

Conditions apply.

Weka Pass Railway

Waipara, North Canterbury

We Are Running

SunDAY 4th September

Running 1st & 3rd

Sundays of every month

Phone 0800WEKAPASS

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

www.wekapassrailway.co.nz

DEMOLITION

With care and respect we

will remove your dwelling.

Our policy is to recycle as

much as we can. We are a

local company specialising

in residential properties. We

will endeavor to cater for

your individual needs.

Ph. R.M. Solutions

021 02866981

for a free quote.

Public Notices

business video

PRoduCTion

A video will bring your business

alive & into your customers mind.

Promote your

services or business

with a professionally

created video with us

• Corporate and

Business video a speciality

• Competitive rates

• 25 years experience

• Start to finished product

• Professional quality guaranteed

PHone KeRRY 021 635 083

Entertainment

Racecourse Hotel Motorlodge

118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn, Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz (opposite Riccarton Raceway)

Celebrating 54 years

on the local music scene

NEVILLE Wilkins & the Viscounts celebrate

54 years on the music scene this weekend

making them one of New Zealand’s longest

established dance bands.

Christchurch trumpeter, Neville Wilkins

formed the band in 1962 and during its career

The Viscounts has had around 60 members,

with some staying as long as 20 years.

Their first residencies included

Christchurch’s 500 Club in Chancery Lane and

The Town & About in Peterborough St,

followed later by the Bush Inn Courts and

Twiggers.

With a career spanning well over five

decades, the group has adapted its repertoire

with time and today play a wide selection of

material.

“I always aimed for the band to play the

most popular artists, such as Ricky Nelson,

Billy Vaughan, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Gene

Pitney, Eddie Calvert, Neil Diamond, Dire

Straits, Tom Jones, Cliff Richard, Englebert

Humperdink, and Elvis Presley,” said Neville.

“So we play a good mixture of 50's, 60's, 70's

ballads, rock and roll, country and even Irish.”

Today the Viscounts still perform at private

functions and the occasional public show,

however in the past they have shared the stage

with some wonderful performers including

Eddie Low, Yolande Gibson, Maria Dallas,

Frank Rowles, Bunny Walters, Toni Williams,

Tommy Adderley, Dean Waretini, and

Jonanthan J, to name a few.

Neville Wilkins & the Viscounts appear at

the Woolston Club, Hargood St, this Saturday

(3rd September). Don’t miss your opportunity

to ‘cut a rug’ with this highly respected and

experienced show band. Entry $5. Band starts

at 7.30pm.

THE GLOUCESTER ROOM

ISAAC THEATRE ROYAL

THUR SEP 1 ST - SAT SEP 10 TH

7:30 PM

0800 842 538

TICKETEK.CO.NZ

$18 / $26

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club experience

Cafe open from 11am

TAB & Gaming, Function Facilities,

HOUSIE Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

SHUTTLE Tuesday - Saturday

Open 7 Days

Restaurant open

from 5.30pm!

RETRO ROAST LUNCH

12PM-1.30PM

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$10 Members / $12 Non

SUNDAY ROAST 12PM-2PM SUNDAY

FATHER’S DAY LUNCH

Sunday 4th September, 12pm-2pm

Dining Dads go in the draw to WIN

a $250 ‘Man Pack’

7.30PM SATURDAY:

NEVILLE WILKINS &

THE VISCOUNTS, $5 entry

What’s On...

2PM SUNDAY:

THE

BOTTLEJACKS


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JOIN

A CLUB BY

THE SEA!

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

WHAT’S ON

TUESDAYS &

THURSDAYS

Members

Lucky Card Draw

TAB POD

SUNDAY

BRUNCH!

By the Seaside!

10.30am-2.30pm

- downstairs -

ClubBISTRO

Open Tuesday

to Saturday

12pm-2pm

and from 5pm.

Midweek

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$10

ROAST

Available Tuesday,

Wednesday,

& Thursday

- upstairs -

PIERVIEW

Restaurant

Quality a la carte

with a view!

Open FRIDAY,

SATURDAY,

& SUNDAY

from 5.30pm

FRIDAY SPECIAL:

BBQ PORK RIBS

$19.50!

for a limited time

SUNDAY SPECIAL

$25 3-Course Feast

FATHER’S DAY

THIS SUNDAY

BOOKINGS

ESSENTIAL

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Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat

202 Marine Parade

Ph 388-9416

Members, guests and affiliates welcome

H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

«WHAT'S ON«

FRIDAY 7.30PM

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SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER

4.30PM REMNISCE

8PM A&P DUO

«COMING UP«

SATURDAY 10 SEPT, 7PM

TONY ATWOOD

& THE C-BAY BAND

SATURDAY 8 OCT, 7.30PM

ANTHONY’S

JUKEBOX

PRE-SALE TICKETS $18

DOOR SALES $20

Hornby WMC, 17 Carmen Road, Hornby

phone 03 349 9026

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

SUNDAY

4th SEPT

HAPPY

FATHERS

DAY

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant

www.gardenhotel.co.nz

NOW SERVING

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from

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Breakfast

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6PM FRIDAY 2nd September

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3 Piece BBQ Tool Set

202239

Stanley Fat Max

2 Piece Drill / Impact Driver Combo

18v.

268253

Gift Card

A MITRE 10

GIFT CARD

Ferrymead

1005 Ferry Road, Phone: 366 6306

Opening Hours: Monday–Friday: 7:00am–7pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 8:00am–6:00pm

Offers available at Mitre10 Mega Ferrymead only, until the 5 th Sept 2016, while stocks last.

mitre10mega.co.nz

If you find a lower price on an identical stocked

product locally we will beat it by 15%.

If you find the same product cheaper from another Mitre 10 store or Mitre 10 website we’ll match that price. Excludes trade

and special quotes, stock liquidations and commercial quantities. The in-store price may be lower than that advertised.

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