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CAPTIVATING: Bromley School’s Bailey Wood performs at the Christchurch

Primary Schools Cultural Festival held last week. Pupils from 70 schools

across the city took part in the event which included a wearable art pageant

and visual art exhibition.

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project will go ahead in its

current form.

A behind-closed-door

meeting between Development

Christchurch

Ltd and city councillors

revealed problems with financing

the project, which

may put it in jeopardy, the

Pegasus Post has learned.

DCL is a part of

Christchurch City Holdings

Limited, and was

tasked with rejuvenating

New Brighton and its

commercial core.

City councillor David

East said he could not go

into the detail of the meeting

held last Monday but

said there were problems

with “costings.’’

“The coastal promenade

needs a bit more work on

it before it goes ahead at

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proposed to be 9m wide

and 900m long.

The good news is the

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feasible, said Cr East.

“The hot salt water pools

side of things is looking

very positive. But I think

with the promenade it

was more of an indicative

pricing from DCL . . .

councillors want to get the

hot salt water pools, but

the promenade is looking

costly and needs more

work,” he said.

Strategic Urban Rejuvenation

Force co-ordinator

Lesley Fulton said the

community had been

“waiting long enough”

and the sooner the projects

got under way, the

better.

“The promenade would

have benefits for the area,

but a minimal impact I

feel. The hot salt water

pools would be hugely

beneficial, and from a

selfish point of view, I’m

thinking of my own family,

and they’d love it,” she

said.

DCL chief executive

Rob Hall said Monday’s

meeting was an informal

update on progress for

councillors on both the

hot salt water pools and

promenade projects.

“Some final work

needs to be done to

prepare a formal report

for council consideration

and decision-making and

more detail will be able

to be shared publicly at

that stage. Community

feedback will be sought

on all planned projects for

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Tuesday September 6 2016

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News......................................3-6

THERE IS something quite

stirring about watching

young people celebrate

culture. Last week, about

70 schools took part in the

Christchurch Primary Schools

Cultural Festival and we had

photographer Geoff Sloan there

to capture some of the action

(page 7). The performances

were incredibly captivating.

Congratulations to all who

participated.

There is a fantastic article on

page 5 about a recently opened

Wainoni gymnastics club that

is thriving after opening with

just 16 members.

Finally, good and bad news

for the seaside suburbs on the

front page this week. The long

awaited hot salt water pools are

gaining momentum but the

planned promenade has hit a

few road bumps.

Hei kona – Shelley Robinson

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News

Beach barbecue in Brighton

A $9000 barbecue set in a

shipping container and picnic

tables have been installed near

New Brighton’s whale paddling

pool.

The quirky concept came after

Strategic Urban Rejuvenation

Force fundraised $4000 for the

unit and Westpac bank also

made a $5000 donation.

The new tables and barbecue

were installed north of the New

Brighton Library recently and

their arrival celebrated at a

community event.

The Burwood-Pegasus

Community Board decided that

the city council’s transitional

budget for New Brighton should

be spent supporting the SURF

project by providing four picnic

tables with seating.

The barbecue is a unique,

prototype design by local

architect Jason Mill. It is housed

inside a container, making the

barbecue accessible all year.

Nearly 1000 votes were

recorded over two voting

sessions in March, which saw

public barbecues, public art

and shade, and an outdoor

cinema or stage come out as

favourites.

SURF chairwoman Lesley

BBQ IN A BOX: Barbecues can now be had by the community at any time of the year,

thanks to a city council and SURF initiative. ​

Fulton said the community had

been calling for an area like

this for a long time and it was a

great to see it finished after a six

month process.

Support from local trades

people, who had contributed

free or low-cost labour and

materials, had been fantastic.

“It’s a really exciting start for

the new, New Brighton. Just

making it more of a destination,

and bringing people back and

having them stay here longer,”

she said.

“We’re hoping the barbecue

will be really well used. If it is,

we’ll look to install a similar one

elsewhere along the foreshore. If

it’s not, we’ll move it somewhere

else.”

In Brief

ROAD REPAIRS

Woodham Rd in North

Linwood is closed at the

intersection with Worcester

St for two more months for

major wastewater repairs.

Access to Woodham Rd, east of

Worcester St, will be available

through Sewell St and Rowcliffe

Cres. Eastbound traffic on

Woodham Rd will have to go

through Ngarimu St. A no entry

sign is in place in Woodham Rd

at Kerrs Rd and at Ngarimu St.

Hills Rd in Richmond at the

Warrington St and Shirley

Rd intersection is having

road repairs done. Workers

have been in place from

Sunday. Hills Rd will be oneway

northbound near the

intersection and from last night

will be one-way southbound.

Detours will be in place.

CORRECTION

Last week, the Pegasus Post

reported in a community event

titled earthquake anniversary

kite-fly and giveaway, that 100

kites were to be loaned to any

children who wanted to take

part. This was incorrect. The

kites were not to be loaned out

to anyone, they were to be given

to anyone who wanted one. The

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error.

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FLAME FILES

Tuesday September 6 2016

Check the heat lamp

in your bathroom

• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

NOT EVERYONE will be

aware that the Fire Service are

responding with St John to

serious illness incidents.

Apparently some people have

been quite upset to see a great

big fire truck arrive in their time

of need, possibly thinking their

call has been misunderstood

and the wrong service has arrived.

That’s not the case. Both

services will be sent. Sometimes

that means our crew will arrive

first.

We’re not paramedics but we

are all first-aid trained and there

are times our crews’ input is

utterly invaluable to our ambulance

colleagues.

Every bit of help might just

make the difference.

Twenty-one calls this week

were in this category, one fifth

of all our call-outs.

A bit of a blast from the past

in Halswell this week, where

a three-way light/heat-lamp/

extractor in a bathroom ceiling

caught on fire.

Some years ago this problem

was more prevalent.

New installations require the

fan to automatically operate

when the heat-lamp is turned

on, but previously, and obviously

in the unit in Halswell, the

heat-lamps could be turned on

alone.

They tended to overheat the

surrounding plastic and sometimes

ignite.

If you have one of these, check

it. If both functions don’t operate

together, make sure they are

both on every time you use the

heat-lamp and consider getting

your electrician to make the

alteration.

Might save some tears.

Spring is here.

That’s a reason to feel good.

Keep fire safe as we head

toward another summer.

Call for more crossings in

mall after car hits woman

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

MORE PEDESTRIAN crossings

are being lobbied for in New

Brighton Mall after an 88-yearold

was hit by a car.

Vera Hewison was crossing the

road outside Paper Plus when

the incident occurred. She was

treated in hospital for hip and

back injuries.

Friend Vanessa Taylor is now

campaigning on Mrs Hewison’s

behalf to get more pedestrian

crossings.

She had a meeting with

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board chairwoman Andrea

Cummings and member Glenn

Livingstone to the issue. It was

agreed that at the board’s next

meeting it would be discussed.

Mrs Hewison, had finished

shopping at the Paper Plus store

and was walking back home

when she was hit.

Mrs Hewison stayed at hospital

overnight and was discharged

the following day, but had to return

a further two times seeking

treatment for injuries to her hip

and back.

Mrs Hewison’s friend Vanessa

Taylor said she was both

RESTING UP: Vera Hewison and her son Denis after she was hit

by a car in New Brighton Mall. ​

lucky and unlucky at the same

time.

“She was fortunate to only be

hospitalised for a day, then she

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was sent home and hospitalised

again, and then sent home and

hospitalised again,” Mrs Taylor

said.

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• When dog owners have their dog off-leash in a

public place, they must have it “under effective

control”, which means being aware of where their

dog is and what it is doing, and ensuring it is

responsive to commands and not creating a nuisance.

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News

Gymnasts jump on club

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A WAINONI gymnastics club

may have only opened in May,

but has already had a 500 per

cent increase in membership.

Te Wero Gymnastics has had

people from across the city wanting

to join, with membership

jumping from 16 to 90 since it

opened.

The club is now aiming to

reach 180 members before the

end of the year.

General manager Tamika

McCallum is the only full-time

employee, and works alongside

two part-time senior coaches

with international experience,

and three junior coaches.

She said they are not out to

poach other gyms’ members, but

a lot of their new recruits have

come from other clubs around

the city.

“We’ve had great feedback

from members who have come

from other clubs around town.

They just come in and they

love our facilities and our

coaches,

so they stay,” Ms McCallum said.

“We’ve even had some that

have come in mid-way through

a term after paying term fees for

another club, so we don’t charge

them, we just let them join in for

that term,” she said.

The club is now aiming to grow

their membership to 180 by the

end of the school year.

“We just missed out on reaching

99 members by the start of

term three, so we’re hopeful we

can double our membership by

the end of the year,” Ms McCallum

said.

The club is a secondary branch

of the Olympia Gymnastics

ROLLICKING

START:

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Gymnastics

Club has seen

90 members

join since

they opened

in term two.

The school is

aiming for 180

by the end of

the year. ​

Sports Club in the west of the

city, but it’s trying to mark out its

own brand of gymnasts in future

competitions.

“We’re a satellite club of the

OIympia based in Wigram, so we

work in partnership with them.

We compete under their name

and wear their uniforms,” she

said.

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

POTENTIALLY life

threatening situations at the

Wainoni Avonside Community

Services Trust have been

helped out by a random act of

kindness.

During a recent Thursday

lunchtime, trust co-ordinator

Betty Chapman mentioned that

it had been in need of a defibrillator

ever since the Wainoni

Medical Centre relocated away

from the area four years ago.

Member Barbara Hayles then

offered to buy a defibrillator

for the trust, worth more than

$3000.

She also paid for a defibrillator

tutorial, to teach the coordinators

and volunteers at the

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she donated to

Betty Chapman.

Act of kindness

could save lives

trust how to use it.

Mrs Chapman said the trust

is “extremely indebted” to Mrs

Hayles for her random act of

kindness.

“We were just talking about

needing more first-aid at the

trust, and doctors had come to

say that we should really have

[a defibrillator],” Mrs Chapman

said.

“It was discussed and the next

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New goal posts for damaged school

FOR THE first time since the

September 2010 earthquake,

Banks Avenue School have a

set of rugby goal posts on their

field.

The Palms Shopping Centre

was behind the school’s gala

day on Sunday afternoon,

donating money to help out

with the cost of the posts.

More than $2000 was raised

at the gala day.

Pupils decorated the goal

posts with hand drawn hearts

inscribed with their initials,

staying true to their school

MOTHER-DAUGHTER

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daughter pair Catriona

and Hazel Hay (pictured)

are two of 13 eastern

residents that are part

of the Christchurch City

Chorus heading to Las

Vegas. The choir will

perform at the Sweet

Adeline International

Competition in Las Vegas

next month. It will be the

ninth time the chorus has

represented the country

at the competition. The

chorus will also perform

on Saturday, September 17

at 2pm and 7.30pm at the

Charles Luney Auditorium

at St Margaret’s College.

motto of H.E.A.R.T.

For every successful kick over

the new goal posts during the

gala day, The Palms donated $5

towards their cost.

The decile four school has

struggled to gather the funds

for repairs to their grounds.

The school’s rebuild date is yet

to be confirmed.

The new goal posts will

be portable. If the rebuild of

the school is confirmed on a

different site, the goal posts

can be moved along with the

school.

The gala day coincided with

Father’s Day, and a number

of local families participated

on the day, which also saw a

local kapa haka group, a choir,

jump jam, bouncy castles and a

sausage sizzle.

ON TARGET: Banks

Avenue School received

a big boost on their gala

day when more than

$2000 was raised for its

new goal posts.

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Elected

member

attendance

NEWLY RELEASED data on

city councillors’ attendance at

meetings shows eastern suburbs’

incumbents have good records.

Of the 83 city council meetings

between October 24, 2013, and

July 28 this year, Cr Livingstone

has only missed two, while Cr East

has been absent for five.

There were also 63 Burwood-

Pegasus Community Board meetings

between October 29, 2013,

and July 18 this year.

Cr East has missed 12 of those

meetings – more than any other

board member.

He told Pegasus Post his absences

were due to other council

commitments.

“Nine times out of 10 [for the

absences], there will be another

council commitment that I would

have had to go to,” he said.

Community board member Tim

Baker had the highest attendance

rate, having only missed two

from 63. Cr Livingstone was close

behind on 59, then member Linda

Stewart on 57, and Stan Tawa

and Tim Sintes were tied on 56.

Chairwoman Andrea Cummings

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BON VOYAGE: Shirley Boys’

High School associate head

boy Sean Takai has been

selected to travel to France

to help commemorate the

Battle of the Somme. Sean

was picked by the French

Embassy in Wellington, a

group of national language

advisers and the New

Zealand Association of

French Teachers as one

of 10 students to travel

to France and Belgium

in September to mark

the 100th anniversary of

the battle. He will travel

with Materia Hutana, of

Cashmere High School,

the only other Christchurch

representative.

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Please support your local

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Road works and detours are tough on nearby businesses.

Help the rebuild by going the extra mile to support your local businesses.

PARKLANDS SHOPPING CENTRE

– QUEENSPARK DRIVE

Everest Indian Restaurant

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Fresh Choice

Harcourts Gold

Jularky’s Hair Studio

Mac Developments

New Wok

Parklands Law

Parklands Library

Parklands Lotto & Post

Parklands Lunchbox

Plush Puppies

Robbies

Silver Dolphin Takeaways

Subway

Unichem Parklands Pharmacy

Va Voom Cafe

Zippity Doo Beauty

BEACH ROAD

The Naked Baker

Beach Road Fish Supply

North Beach Dairy

Beach Road Tyre & Auto Centre

Beach Cafe

QUEENSPARK DRIVE

Queenspark Healthcare

Hands On Clinic

Sharon Malcolm shops local to support the Parklands businesses

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Te Whare Maire O Na

Punawerewere Exhibition

Monday, September 5 to

Friday, September 23. 5-7pm

The Eastside Gallery is

hosting a Maori art exhibition,

which will include

contemporary and traditional

works by Maori artists. Children

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Worcester St. Gold coin entry

Local Body Election

Forums

Every Wednesday in September,

11.30am-12.15pm and

12.15-1pm

The Wainoni Avonside

Community Services Trust

is holding local body election

forums throughout September.

A CDHB election forum

will be held on September 7,

from 11.30am to 12.15pm,

with Margaret Austin. From

11.45am to 1pm the following

Wednesday, September 14,

an Environment Canterbury

election forum will take

place. Then on September

21, from 12.15pm to 1pm,

there will be an election

forum for both the Burwood

and Coastal Wards and the

Linwood and Central Wards.

Former mayor Garry Moore

Email fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

will MC that event. If you

would like more information,

phone 389 2285.

878 Avonside Dr, opposite

the old Porritt Park entrance.

Free event

September Movies – New

Brighton Museum

Every Monday, from

1.30pm

This month at the New

Brighton Museum, four movies

will be shown – a film on

each Monday. Go along early

for a cup of tea, a biscuit and

a chat with museum staff.

The movies are: September 5,

East of Eden, drama, James

Dean, 1955. September 12,

The Onedin Line, series, 1971.

September 19, Eureka Stockade,

Australian drama, 1949.

September 26, Paint Your

Wagon, musical, 1969.

The New Brighton Museum,

cnr of Hardy St and Seaview

Rd. $2 entry

Sensory Movie Day – The

Palms

Sunday September 11, from

10.30am

Sensory movie day is an

inclusive event for families

with special needs or sensory

processing disorders. The

movie will be The Secret

FAMILY FUN: Every Wednesday, make your way down to

the mums, dads and bubs group, hosted by the Linwood

Playcentre. Meet other mums and dads in your community

for shared kai and a well-earned coffee while watching

the tamariki play and learn. Older siblings are welcome.

Discussions will be had around babies’ learning and

development and experiences as parents. The playcentre is

located at 628a Worcester St, Linwood. No entry fee.

Life of Pets. Lighting will be dim,

the sound lowered and volunteers

will be monitoring fire exits

and doors. Children are free to

move around, it’s a no judgement

zone. Proceeds will go to The

Champion Centre. Purchase

tickets from the customer service

kiosk in the mall.

Reading Cinema, The Palms,

cnr Marshland and New Brighton

Rds. $5 entry

Storytimes

Every Tuesday, 10.30am-11am

Every Tuesday, go along to the

Shirley Library to enjoy a half

hour of rhymes and stories. Programmes

include stories, music,

movement and rhymes, puppets,

props and plenty of fun for the

whole whanau. All programmes

run during school terms only.

Shirley Public Library, 36

Marshland Rd. Free entry

Huadu International Series:

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Listen Live to

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Our People

‘Evel’ Knievel of roller skating

Kay Newton spends

her spare time in

safety gear speeding

around a track on roller

skates. She spoke to

Caitlin Miles about

how she got into roller

derbies and her time

representing New

Zealand at world cup

competitions

FIRSTLY I have to ask what

your roller derby name is?

It’s Evilknevil, I picked it

because it just worked really well

with the fact my name is Kay.

Can you tell me why you decided

to get into roller derbies?

There was myself and a couple

of others talking about it one day

and we decided to go to watch

a practice and see what was

involved and it just seemed really

fun so we thought we would do

it.

Can you explain to me what is

involved in a roller derby?

Well, it’s played on an oval

track and you have 14 people

from each team on the side lines.

But there are only five people on

the track at any one time. But

players rotate throughout the

game so that’s why there is so

many. There is a jammer who

is the one designated to score

points by lapping people on the

opposite team and then the other

four are blockers. Most people

can be blockers, you can have

any body type really, but jammers

are usually a bit slighter

built and have good stamina.

Jams, which are the sessions,

have a time limit of two minutes

as well. It’s hard to explain, but

it’s a lot of fun.

Are you a jammer?

I was for a few years. Not any

more though, because we have a

lot of jammers in our team so we

need more blockers. I like being

able to do both so I don’t mind.

Is being a blocker quite

violent?

I would avoid using the word

violent. It’s not as brutal as people

think. There are a lot of referees

involved in the game and, if

they catch you doing something

intentional towards another

player that can hurt them, you’ll

be given a penalty or possibly

taken off. There is only a certain

area on the body where you can

hit people and that’s not above

the shoulders and it’s not below

the knees. You can’t elbow people

or punch people, or anything like

that. It’s like any contact sport,

you can get hurt. But I have had

worse injuries from soccer than

from roller derbies believe it or

not.

Really? I always thought it

was very violent?

A lot of people do, but we have

a lot of protective gear as well.

Have you had any bad hits?

None that have made me want

to stop playing. I have had a few

where I’ve thought, oh, that’s a

goodie or that’s going to hurt

later, but I’ve always got back

into it.

Could you roller skate before

getting into roller derbies?

Yeah, I have been roller skating

ever since I was a kid, so I had

the skills before getting involved.

I thought it would be a fun

chance to do something I really

enjoyed as a kid.

How long have you been

ROLLER BLADER:

New Brighton’s Kay

Newton has been

involved in roller

derbies since 2009

and goes by the

name Evilknevil

when she’s on the

roller derby track.

involved in roller derbies?

Since September of 2009. I

have played for the same team

the whole time as well. There

were quite a few of us just discovering

what roller derby was.

Where you nervous before

your first game?

It was so long ago now I can’t

really remember, but yeah, I

think I would have been. I mean

who wouldn’t be? I think it’s the

same feeling before playing in

any sport. I was nervous and

anxious, but I was excited too.

It’s basically the same feeling

before any game I think. But you

practice and train before, so you

are prepared for the game.

How do you train?

I don’t want to give too many

secrets away about our training.

We practice layouts and tactics

and things like that, making sure

the team works well and everyone

is on the same page. But we

have a really strong core team,

so we already work really well

together.

Do you balance work with

training?

I work for Vivace Espresso. I

drive around the city teaching

people how to make coffee so

they can keep Christchurch caffeinated

basically.

Has much changed in the

game over the years?

The rules have changed a

bit over the years. Our rules

come from the American roller

derby league. So when they make

changes or alter the rules of the

game or safety rules or something,

we do the same. So there

have been small changes over the

years.

Have you noticed roller derby

change in popularity?

I can’t really say if the sport has

gained or lost popularity, but our

team has always done well. We

have had members come and go

for various reasons; they don’t

want to do this anymore, or they

want to pursue different things,

or they decide to have a family,

so they come and go throughout

the sport, but we always have a

great team.

What are some of your

highlights from roller derby?

There have been a couple.

I don’t want to blow my own

trumpet, but I represented New

Zealand at the 2011 World Cup

in Toronto and the 2014 World

Cup in Dallas. That required a lot

of fundraising because it’s not a

cheap event to take part in. I was

really shocked actually because

my team presented me with a

cheque to help me out. I cried

when they did that. I was really

surprised and couldn’t believe

they had given me that support.

They are some of my really close

friends.

You’ve got a big roller derby

meet coming up as well, right?

Yeah, this weekend actually.

We’re facing off against Wellington,

which will be a really good

game. We are currently ranked

third in New Zealand and they

are number one. We played them

previously and they beat us by

150 points, so we really want

to redeem that. Really looking

forward to facing off.

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Unique In Design

Anne Davis

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Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

DEADLINE AUCTION SALE

5 2 2

Harcourts ID: BF26497

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View: Phone for viewing times.

Belfast 2/2 Third Street

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Vendors and extended family have enjoyed and owned this haven for several years, this young

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Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

14 th September at 3.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times.

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3 12 13

Harcourts ID: BF26699

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Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

M 027 413 0797 or 027 626 2824 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

8 th September at 4.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times.

Redwood 78A Dunedin Street

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Harcourts ID: KI6649

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Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Kaiapoi Licensed Agent REAA 2008

AUCTION

3 1 2

Price: Offers Invited!

View: Phone for viewing times.

Shirley 20A Baltimore Green

Sale Due To Health

Harcourts ID: BF26774

Due to health reasons, our owner requires to now live with family, providing this opportunity in

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Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

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Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

22 nd September at 4.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times.

Sumner 21 Evans Pass Road

My Owners Have Relocated!

Harcourts ID: RG7864

Perfect elevation with two bedrooms down and two up, open plan living/dining and kitchen leads out

to a conservatory and deck area with stunning views to the surrounding hills. Now that Spring is upon

us can you imagine coming home, sitting back and relaxing in your very own private pool and spa. My

owners’ motivation is sky high and this home could sell at any time on or before auction day.

James Keir

M 027 274 6112 P 03 313 6158

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Rangiora Licensed Agent REAA 2008

4 2 1

Auction: 21 st September @ 3.00pm

Russley Golf Club, Memorial Ave (unless sold prior)

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Eight yEars ago, the Physical sense

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Participants raved so much about the

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Physical sense’s latest initiative is the

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or 027 438 3943

PLUMBER

ALF THORPE

PLUMBING Certifying

Plumber for all types of

plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

350-231

ROOFINg

Qualified & Licenced

Practitioner. Re-Roof &

Repairs, all types. Member

New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

SPOUTINg CLEANINg

Spouting Unblocked,

Cleaned Out and Flushed

Out. Also Full Handyman

Services Available. Call

Trevor 332 8949 or 021

043-2034

TREES

BIg OR SMALL

tree removal, trimming,

stump grinding, shelterbelt

clean up, section clearing,

removals,

excavation work, ph Trees

Big or Small, for a free

quote, 021 061 4783

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quality furniture,

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machines, Fridge Freezers.

Same day service. Selwyn

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pensioners or 027 313 8156

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cash paid. Ph Paul 022

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TOOLS

Garden, garage,

woodworking,

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sawbenches, lathes, cash

buyer, ph 355-2045


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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

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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

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Applicants will need to be honest, reliable &

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For further information call Mark Coulthard

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Email: mark@starmedia.kiwi

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Please call

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3 99

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22 99

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23 99

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2 89

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12 Pack Bottles

21 99

pk

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5 00

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Buys: $25 = 1 Standard Point. Due to current Licensing Trust laws, liquor not available at Elles Road, Windsor

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