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Post-election spat

for community board

Stewart hits

out at former

chairwoman

• By Shelley Robinson

RE-ELECTED Burwood-Coastal

Community Board member

Linda Stewart has taken a swipe

at her former chairwoman,

Andrea Cummings.

In a text released to the

Pegasus Post under the Official

Information Act, Ms Stewart

told Ms Cummings after the

recent local body elections, that

she had not done her best for the

community – rather done the

best by “the mayor.”

Ms Stewart said in the text she

ignored the rest of the board in

the last term, and would do so

again this term if they failed to

“work with the people.”

Ms Stewart was elected

onto the Burwood-Coastal

Community Board alongside

Tim Baker, Tim Sintes and Kim

Money. Ms Cummings, who was

the chairwoman of the former

community board, missed out

on re-election.

Ms Stewart also ran for district

councillor in the Rangiora-

Ashley Ward but failed to get

elected.

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Lianne Dalziel Linda Stewart Andrea Cummings

Since the earthquakes, Ms

Stewart has relocated from

her house in Parklands, and

has been living in a home in

Rangiora since the start of the

year. She told the Pegasus Post

last month that she wanted

“closure” and to finish projects

in Burwood.

The text was sent in response

to Ms Cummings thanking

her supporters on Facebook on

October 8.

She wrote that she could leave

with her “head held high . . .

knowing I did all I could for the

community with honesty and

their best interests at heart.”

Ms Cummings told the

Pegasus Post she had always

behaved in a fair way.

“During the term I was

gracious to Linda and offered

her many opportunities to

participate in the public eye

over and above what I was

obliged to as chair.”

But Ms Stewart texted her the

morning after the local body

elections saying: [I] disagree that

you did you best to represent

the east. You did your best for

the mayor. The people were so

disappointed that you didn’t

represent them. I tried to tell you

but you ignored my advice. The

term was hard for that reason

and not as hard as the one prior

by a long shot . . .

“I hope now that this board

gets reconnected to our people

and represents them. If not I

will ignore them and again work

with the people. That’s advocacy.

Screw politics,” she wrote.

“Find a new direction for

yourself,” she advised Ms

Cummings.

Ms Stewart told the Pegasus

Post it was not intended to be

personal attack on Ms Cummings

or Mayor Lianne Dalziel, but she

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Ms Stewart said Ms

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former chairwoman

Andrea Cummings failed to

advocate for a community

advisory group for the

QE II replacement facility

and the hot salt water pools

project.

time round.

Ms Dalziel had “over-ridden”

the community board wishes on

this also, she said.

Ms Dalziel told the Pegasus

Post that this was incorrect as

she only had one vote around

the city council table. She

said Ms Stewart should be

“more gracious” towards Ms

Cummings.

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Tuesday October 18 2016

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PEGASUS POST

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK News................................ 3, 5-6

IT WAS a surprise exit from

local body politics for former

community board chairwoman

Andrea Cummings last week.

But it appears that one of her

board members, Linda Stewart

(who did get re-elected), took

the opportunity to share a few

thoughts the morning after the

elections by sending her a text

message. Pegasus Post received

the text that was sent under the

Official Information Act and that is

our front page this week. Was the

community board as disconnected

from residents as Ms Stewart says?

Let me know your view on the

community board’s engagement –

shelley.robinson@starmedia.kiwi

The Linwood Community Arts

Centre is showing the work of people

who found taking up the paint

brush helped them move away

from their life of drug dependency

– see page 5.

Hei kona – Shelley Robinson

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News

​Safety concerns near school

In Brief

• By Caitlin Miles

TRAFFIC OUTSIDE Linwood

Ave School has parents fearful

for the safety of children when

they walk to and from school,

and they want the speed limit

reduced urgently.

Parents say the crossings at

the busy Linwood Ave, Buckleys

Rd and Aldwins Rd intersection,

and the Linwood Ave crossing

outside the school, are “too

dangerous” for children to use

safely.

The school has called in the

city council to look at reducing

speed on Linwood Ave from

50km/h outside the school to

40km/h, and to put in flashing

speed signs.

Principal Blair Dravitski, who

started at the school last week

replacing Gerard Direen, said

it’s an issue the school wants

improved.

He said the city council would

be at the school on Wednesday

to observe the issues around

children safely navigating the

traffic.

The Pegasus Post went to the

school on Friday morning and

spoke with concerned parents.

Tracy Blackmun said she

worries about her son, Keith,

walking to school and having to

navigate the traffic lights.

SAFETY: Tracy Blackmun drops her son, Keith, off directly

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“I drop him off right outside

the gate every morning and pick

him up right here too because

I’m worried about his safety,”

Mrs Blackmun said.

“Something needs to be done

because the kids need to be

safe,” she said.

Another parent, Lisa Harrison,

said the school’s location

is great, her problem is with the

traffic and crossings.

“It’s absolute crap, people

need to be more careful driving

around here. It’s too dangerous

for the kids to get across safely,”

Mrs Harrison said.

Mr Dravitski said teachers

had to be very vigilant at the

crossings.

“We think the signs will be

effective in reminding people

that they are around a school.

We want our kids and families

safe,” he said.

“We want to get the ball rolling

on this one. The focus is on

safety,” Mr Dravitski said.

WESTHAVEN TREES

Pavements and driveways being

torn up does not warrant the

removal of disruptive trees in

Westhaven, the city council

says. Residents living on Wild

Dunes Place and Lexington

Place gave deputations to the

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board in August about the plane

trees in the hopes they would be

removed by the city council. The

board resolved that trees creating

damage to infrastructure and

private property in the Westhaven

subdivision would be assessed

by the city council. But the city

council’s assessment has returned

saying their removal is not

warranted.

TRUST UPDATE

The Bridge South Brighton Trust

has been granted the money it

needed to purchase the former

Bridge St Baptist Church. The

trust hopes to complete the purchase

in the coming weeks, trust

member Jane Harrison said at

which time the community will

own the building. The trust also

won a free ‘lift and level’ of the

building from Smartlift, to the

value of $150,000 – that will also

be completed in the coming days.

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Tuesday October 18 2016

Your Local Views

Attend to the basics first

Re-elected

Burwood

Ward city

councillor

Glenn

Livingstone

talks

about the

importance of prioritising

needs in the east

Thank you to the electors of

the Burwood Ward for your

support in electing me as your

city councillor for the next three

years.

For residents in the Coastal

Ward, I will have a relationship

with you by virtue of being appointed

to the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board.

In many ways, the Burwood

Ward is a microcosm of where

the whole city is at and where I

think we need to head to over the

next city council term.

In my view, the city is living

in a state of an amplified

hierarchy of needs (in reference

to Abraham Maslow’s identified

hierarchy of needs). At one end of

the pyramid, in terms of the provision

of the most basic needs,

many are waiting for roads,

footpaths and infrastructure to

be rebuilt and repaired.

At the other end, many are

yearning to ‘reach for the stars’

and make Christchurch the best

city it can be.

The reason I say this hierarchy

of needs is amplified is that in

this rebuild phase of our city, the

call to attend to needs at both

ends of the pyramid is stronger

than it would normally be in a

city, six years on from the earthquakes,

had we not had a natural

disaster.

In Burwood, many of our

roads and footpaths are still in a

shocking state. Along with this,

most of the residential red zone is

contained within this ward.

Regeneration Christchurch is

beginning its work of taking on

the ideas from the communities

of interest and working with the

local, host communities.

In many ways, this Avon

Otakaro corridor represents the

aspirations of how many would

like Christchurch to look in

the future. And in some cases,

rebuild and repair of roads and

footpaths and the future use of

this area will go hand in glove, as

they are inter-related.

A clue to balancing the

pyramid is found in the thinking

behind Maslow’s work itself.

It’s not rocket science and you

already know the answer. Basically,

attend to the basics first

and then the community will be

more ready to support the ‘reaching

for the stars’ aspirations.

Stay in the kitchen

when cooking

• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

HOW LONG does it take for 10

litres or more of water in a large

saucepan to boil away and then

the pan to melt from the heat (in

this case a gas cooker) and set

fire to the building?

Well in the case of a house in

Stanley St, Sydenham, last Friday

night it took eight hours.

That’s the time between the

occupant forgetting the pan was

on and leaving and the place being

fully involved in fire.

Five fire trucks and a command

unit attended and, as

you would expect, damage was

severe.

This has to be counted as a

cooking fire. There were two

more reported this week. One of

them involved someone being

taken to hospital with smoke

inhalation.

It also appears this victim may

have had two or three drinks

too many. There are some classic

recipes for disaster in the above

incidents.

The first is relatively common

but doesn’t always mean a house

is completely destroyed.

The second is also quite common,

particularly amongst our

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News

Artwork addresses addiction

In Brief

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

WHEN Liz Cropp started to

address her drug addiction, she

had to do something to fill the

void, so she took up the paint

brush.

Ms Cropp is one of about

six drug addicts in recovery

who will be exhibiting their

work in the Ignite and Excite

art exhibition at the Linwood

Community Arts Centre, which

opens next week.

Ms Cropp, of Woolston,

said she started going to art

workshops to fill up her days

with activities other than doing

drugs.

“Originally it was to find

something else to do rather

than fill up my day with drugs.

So I found that through these

workshops I was able to go

straight and it was my first day

I was able to go without pot

(cannabis). So I knew that I

could do it,” she said.

The exhibition’s creator Helen

Linton said it is a particularly

special show, as drug

consumers, those in rehab, and

workers in the addiction sector

are all contributing.

“[The exhibition] is different

because it’s aimed at those with

drug addiction. It’s great as well

because they feel good about

UNIQUE ART: Liz Cropp’s artwork which she plans to keep. She said the

rainbow is God’s light and the footprints coming out of the sea is God

carrying her away from a sea of emotion. ​

contributing, often they get

lumped in with mental health

people. So they feel pretty

special to have this exhibition,”

she said.

Ms Cropp said it was an

incredible feeling for her to

complete a goal she had set for

herself.

“Things like this [the

exhibition], it could be a once

in a lifetime opportunity. It’s

the first time I’ve set myself

a goal and I’ve actually been

able to complete it,” she

said.

Ms Linton said she

doesn’t know how many

artists will contribute to the

exhibition, or the number

of artworks on display, as it

is a big commitment for the

contributors.

“The number of pieces is

Helen Linton

Liz Cropp

an unknown quantity at this

stage, as they are quite critical

of themselves. Some are out of

town, and start off saying ‘I’ll

bring in six’ but on the day only

bring in a few because they

didn’t like their others,” she

said.

The exhibition is opening at

the Linwood Community Arts

Centre on October 25, and will

run until November 12.

FIRST MEETING

The newly-formed

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Board will have its first meeting

next Tuesday. The new board

consists of a city councillor and

two elected representatives from

both Coastal and Burwood

Wards. The meeting will be held

on the corner of Beresford and

Union Sts at 4.30pm. The first

meeting of the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

will meet next Wednesday at

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representatives appointed across

the three boards.

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Hot pool views sought

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THE FLOOR is open to residents

wanting to give their opinion on

taking part in the next stage of

the New Brighton hot salt water

pools’ development.

Development Christchurch

Ltd, working alongside the city

council, has come up with ideas

for upgrading the existing whale

paddling pool playground and

developing the hot salt water

pools’ facility.

Both projects are based on

community feedback provided

during the New Brighton

Suburban Master Plan process

and the Long Term Plan.

DCL Chief Executive Rob Hall

said he is looking forward to

hearing if the organisation is on

track or not.

“We now need to hear

back from local residents and

community groups to make sure

we’re on the right track,” he said.

New Brighton Pier and

Foreshore Society deputy

chairman Tim Sintes said DCL

is interested to hear what the

public wants to see happen with

the pools’ project and the whale

pool.

“It’s just giving the public

a chance to get involved with

it. If they don’t do it now, and

something goes later on, you get

an ‘I told you so’,” he said.

FEEDBACK WANTED: The city council is asking residents what

they want to see for the hot salt water pools project. Some

want to see a design similar to the St Clair pools in Dunedin

(pictured).

Mr Sintes said he imagined one

of the talking points during the

feedback process would be the

cost of a family getting into the

pools.

Work on the new, substantially

enlarged play area and hot salt

water pools is part of the wider

programme of regeneration

happening in New Brighton.

“This development needs to

fit in with other community

initiatives, plans for the

revitalisation of the commercial

centre of the suburb, the

implementation of the Master

Plan, work to understand future

environmental issues and the

wider regeneration of the New

Brighton area,” said Mr Hall.

Previously, the community

had said they would like to see

a design similar to the St

Clair Hot Salt Water Pools in

Dunedin.

Feedback will inform further

work on the project and more

detailed planning of the play

and pool concepts, which are

expected to be presented to the

city council for consideration by

the end of the year.

Consultation closes on

November 5 at 5pm.

NO-GO: The CDHB is warning people to not collect or eat

shellfish like oysters from the east coast.

PHOTO: SIMON BAKER

Toxic shellfish

• By Annabelle Dick

THE CANTERBURY District

Health Board has issued a public

warning to not collect or eat

shellfish from the coastline

between Motunau Beach and

Akaroa Harbour after toxic

shellfish were discovered.

The shellfish were discovered at

Sumner Beach and the warning

says not to eat shellfish from the

east coast.

CDHB medical officer of health

Dr Daniel Williams said routine

tests on shellfish samples from

the beach showed high levels of

Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning

toxins of up to 0.26mg/kg.

“This is above the safe limit of

0.16mg/kg set by the Ministry

for Primary Industries. Anyone

eating shellfish from this area is

potentially at risk of illness,” Dr

Williams said.

“Mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi,

toheroa, cockles, scallops, cat’s

eyes, kina (sea urchin) and all

other bivalve shellfish should not

be eaten.”

He said cooking shellfish does

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SCIRT programme on the home straight

SCIRT’s five year programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining walls

is almost complete and we’re aiming to finish construction in December.

The City Council and NZ Transport Agency will continue completing ongoing repairs

to the city's earthquake-damaged infrastructure after SCIRT.

Progress in your neighbourhood

• We’ve finished connecting homes in Aranui to

their new resilient vacuum wastewater system.

Storm water and roading work will continue until

the end of the year.

• Pages Road, between Anzac Drive and

Breezes Road is back to one-way towards

the city, while we complete the final round of

wastewater repairs and rebuild the road.

• We’ve almost completed our extensive repairs

to the wastewater, storm water, fresh water and

roading networks in Parklands and expect to be

finished by the end of November.

• Wastewater repairs on Woodham Road,

Linwood are 80% complete.

• New Brighton will still see major works to the

wastewater network and crews repairing small

sections of road until December.

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Our homes are small, with no more than

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At Admatha Dementia Care Rest

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bright and warm with views out over the

established trees and gardens. Residents

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please. Small homes mean we have more

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the boys walking home from Shirley

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in preparing the beds, planting the

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We are then able to harvest throughout

the year, gathering vegetables and herbs

to make into delicious soups and salads

together in our open plan kitchens.

We are especially lucky at Admatha

to have recently had a new and very

special member of our Admatha family

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Labrador puppy who we are training to

be a dementia therapy dog. Merlin loves

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Merlin has already made some firm

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Our People

PEGASUS POST

Marlene Bennetts

Children’s author writes book

Author Marlene Bennetts, 78, has finished writing her

latest children’s book, The Little Drummer Boy, to

raise money for her earthquake-damaged church in

Opawa. She spoke to Caitlin Miles about her roving

childhood and writing her memoirs

Can you tell me about The

Little Drummer Boy?

I was approached to write

something for the church in

November last year that could

be ready for Christmas. I sat on

it for a while wondering what I

could write and Evelyn Hille said

to me why not write something

on The Little Drummer Boy and

so that’s what I did.

How long have you belonged

to the Opawa Community

Church?

I’ve lived in Opawa for about

eight and half years and belonged

to the church for at least

six and half I think.

How long have you been

writing?

I have been writing for about

30 years now, children’s books

and poems mostly.

What made you want to be a

writer?

I’ve always wanted to write. I

hated poetry. I was always interested

in reading. We didn’t have

libraries in the one-room schools

so I didn’t get my first book until

I was eight. It was Peter Pan – I

loved that book, my grand-kids

have it now. When I was

growing up I used to tell my

brothers stories to get them to

do things for me when I didn’t

want to.

How many siblings do you

have?

I have two younger brothers.

Did you grow up in Christchurch?

No I didn’t. We moved roughly

15 times so it’s hard to pinpoint

where I grew up. I was born in

Westport, though.

Why did you move so often?

My father worked in sawmills,

so we moved around a lot. We

were in a lot of small towns that

only had one-classroom schools.

Most of them had basically the

same text books throughout, so

I would read a couple of chapters

ahead before starting at a new

school and the teachers would

think I was really clever until

they caught up to the chapter I

was on.

Were you a bit cheeky in

AUTHOR: Marlene Bennetts has written 28 books over her

30-year career.

PHOTO: CAITLIN MILES

school Marlene?

I had a strong character and

got bored quickly I think is what

it was. I ended up being prefect

of my high school so I can’t have

been that bad! Just a little cheeky.

Was it hard moving from

school to school?

It wasn’t so bad when I was

young. I do remember this one

boy used to ride a white horse to

school and every day my brother

and I would have to run home

because he would chase us on

his horse and get it to nip at

us. When I turned 11, I started

to realise that my family were

considered low on the social

class because our dad worked in

the sawmill. My dad left school

at 14-and-a-half but he was very

resilient.

That was young to leave

school.

It wasn’t that uncommon back

then. My parents were young

when they had me. My mum

was 17 and my dad was 18. Mum

had all three of us before she

was 21. We kind of grew up with

our parents, they were like older

siblings. Well, they were parents

first but you know. It was great.

You see I have a lot to write

about for my memoirs.

How will you write everything

from your memory?

I have kept journals for the

last 30 or 40 years, I use them to

write stories and poems too. I

can reflect on what people were

wearing during the time. How

they wore their hair, things like

that. I write about what I know

so I recall on my memories a lot

which is what I’m doing for my

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Did you end up settling anywhere

for a while?

No. Even after we got married,

we kept moving around. We

used to buy houses and do them

up before we sold them on. So

we were moving all around the

North Island. Then in 1987, we

heard of a wee cottage in a place

called Blackball and I said, as

long as I don’t have to use a long

drop, I don’t mind and it had an

indoor toilet so we bought it. I

had never heard of Blackball in

my life and we just packed up

and went there. I hadn’t been in

the South Island since I was nine

and my husband had never been

so it was pretty big. We bought

the house for $10,000 – you

wouldn’t dream of that now.

Did you start writing when

you lived there?

Yes. My husband decided to

retire when we moved there so

he was 56. I use to have a room

in the house which looked out

onto the mountains where I

would go to write. That was

my special spot. We had our

children by that stage but they

were all grown up. I would just

shut myself off and Hec would

keep supporting me.

Were there times when you

wanted to give up on writing?

I was 48 when I wrote my first

poem called Stolen Virginity. I

went to this group where people

read out their poems and had

them criticised by other writers.

These were respected and widely

published writers and I was

sitting there wondering why I

was there and what I was doing.

I got up and read it out and came

home saying to my husband

there is no way I am ever going

back there, I’m not writing

anymore, and he managed to

convince me it wasn’t that bad

so I went back the next month

and it was the best thing I ever

did. For every acceptance letter

I got for a piece, I got about

10 rejections. So it was pretty

common for me to say I’m not

doing this anymore and chuck

it all in the bin. And Hec, my

husband, would pull it all out

again and convince me to keep

writing. If it wasn’t for him, I

wouldn’t be talking to you today.

HER ROCK:

Marlene’s late

husband Hec

was her biggest

supporter,

encouraging

her to keep

writing when she

considered giving

up several times. ​

He was always my rock.

Your husband seems like a big

part of your motivation, how

did you two meet?

We were doing high jump

and that was very different then

compared to what it is now. We

used to jump and fall into a pit of

sawdust. So anyway, I was doing

high jump and I stopped just

short of the pit and tore a whole

load of ligaments in my knee. I

needed surgery but it was more

risky back then. I had wanted

to be in the Air Force but that

wasn’t likely and, after that, it

certainly wasn’t going to happen.

So I ended up moving 800

miles (1287km) away to live

with my Grandmother to work

as a secretary – I was 16 at

the time. Hec was working in

the garage and he was 23 so it

worked out.

What have been some of your

highlights?

I wrote this poem called The

Miner’s Widow and I got a letter

from a man who had picked up

a copy and he said he had read

it crying because it was the tale

of his mum. That was really

touching.

You received a New Zealand

Order of Merit?

Yes, that was a real shock and

an honour to receive – I couldn’t

believe it. I read the letter and

wondered what I was receiving it

for. I never dreamed I would get

one. I just wished my dad could

have been there to see it.

How often do you write each

day?

I’m not sure how many a day,

but about 15 hours a week now.

I’ve taken a bit of a step back

from how much I used to do

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AUCTION

FOR SALE

Addington 43 Spencer Street

Investor Or Nester?

Sue Roberts & Gemma Roberts

M 027 440 1282 or 027 223 6471 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

COMMERCIAL AUCTION

2 1 1

Harcourts ID: BF26973

This is an opportunity to get an affordable first home or a great rental in a popular area, while still

at an affordable level. This cute cottage has two double bedrooms, kitchen and living over looking

sunny private backyard. A short walk to all the attractions on Lincoln Road, Hagley Park and the

rejuvenating CBD. Owners want sold, this will be sold at auction if not before - be quick!

Auction: Wednesday 9 th November

Russley Golf Club (unless sold prior)

View: Phone for viewing times.

Belfast 21 Donegal Street

A Little Beauty + Cash...

Jo Prince

M 027 613 4440 P 03 313 6158

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Rangiora Licensed Agent REAA 2008

DEADLINE SALE

2 1 1

Harcourts ID: RG7901

All yours if you’re quick enough. $19,957 EQC monies for repairs and the vendor has already spent

thousands of $’s on renovations too. Snap it up and enjoy the benefits! Charm blended with

modern, heat-pump, log-burner and fabulous private outdoor areas. Ideal starter or investment

with potential to add value. Vendor has a place to go to and loved ones to be with - must be sold.

For Sale: $350,000

View: Saturday & Sunday 12.00-12.30pm.

Heathcote 64-68 Port Hills Road

New Retail Opportunity Heathcote

FOR SALE

2 3

Harcourts ID: BF26323

With development now underway at the Maltworks over 55’s lifestyle village, there is a prime

opportunity to be in first to situate your retail business right next door. Three retail shops are to be

built of 103sqm each(or possibility of smaller floor space if required) and would ideally suit a corner

café, hairdresser, dairy and/or associated business’s In such an extraordinary location.

Geoff Barclay

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

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Phone for more information and viewing times.

Prebbleton 10 Westburn Place

Smart Family Home + Attached Flat

Harcourts ID: BF6965

This smartly designed modern home provides great family living and offers additional value

with the attached-flat, which includes kitchenette, bathroom and separate access - perfect for

the independent family member or tenant opportunity! Buyers will appreciate the additional

conveniences this home offers. Set on a wonderful easy-care section in a popular neighbourhood.

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

AUCTION

4 3 2

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

10 th November at 4.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times.

Shirley 5 Netherby Lane

Home Is Where The Heart Is

Harcourts ID: RG7920

And this home will certainly warm your heart. Much loved, and now with completed renovation

including new kitchen, double glazing and many other excellent features. Our owners have

reluctantly decided it is time to down size. A stones throw from The Palms, so an ideal location for

those wanting easy access to shops + schools. Spic and span, you will not be disappointed!

Christine Tallott

M 0274 906 042 P 03 313 6158

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Rangiora Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Contributor to www.realestate.co.nz

3 1 2

For Sale: Offers invited

View: Sunday 12.30-1.15pm.

Sumner 5 Denman Street

Due To Health Reasons ...

Harcourts ID: BF26947

... Our owners have made the difficult decision to now reside with family members, consequently

allowing the opportunity to purchase this property, which has not been available to the market in

15 years. This cherished bungalow is the perfect opportunity for first-home buyers, beach-lovers or

investors - with a beautiful large and private section, only minutes away from the hub of the town.

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

1 1 1

Auction: Wednesday 2 nd November @ 3.00pm

Russley Golf Club (unless sold prior)

View: Phone for viewing times.

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Snap Me Up - You Better Be Quick!

44 Kathleen Crescent, Hornby

DEADLINE SALE: All offers presented 4.00pm Monday 31 st October (unless sold prior).

3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 1 Car Garage | Off Street Parking | Property ID: BF26963

First home buyers here is your

opportunity to create your dream home

by updating this sunny and warm home.

Built in the 1940s, the home has it’s own

special charm of that era. Three double

bedrooms, combined kitchen, dining and

separate lounge.

Enjoy summer entertaining on the large

North facing deck.

Easy care landscaped grounds with

raised vege gardens, single garage with

extra off street parking.

• Permanent material home

• Three bedrooms

• Separate laundry

• Good storage

• Woodburner, heatpump and two

wall panel heaters

• Timber and aluminium joinery

• Open plan kitchen/dining

• Separate living

• Landscaped gardens

• Great outdoor entertaining area

• Close to shops, transport and schools

• Vacant possession

Close to The Hub and all that Hornby has

to offer.

An affordable opportunity for first home

buyers or investors - don’t delay. Make

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register your interest today!

For more information contact

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4745, Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty Ltd.

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by 5pm each Wednesday

St Faith’s Annual Church

Fair

November 5, 10am-2pm

Good family fun with many

stalls and attractions, including

stalls from the White Elephant

Trust, toys, books, a sausage

sizzle and refreshments. There

will also be face-painting, a

puppet show and a kapa haka

performance.

St Faith’s Church grounds in

Hawke St. Free entry

Ignite and Excite Exhibition

October 25 to November 12.

Monday to Friday, 11am-4pm,

Saturday, noon-3pm

The Christchurch Community

Arts Council, on behalf of the

Christchurch Drug and Alcohol

Service and the Christchurch

Opioid Recovery Service, are

proud to present a collection of

artwork by consumers, those

in recovery and workers in the

addiction sector.

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester

St, Linwood. Free entry

Bunnings Workshops

Saturdays and Sundays,

October 15-30

Eastern suburbs’ locals are

invited to head to Bunnings

Warehouse Shirley on weekends

throughout October to

receive expert advice and help

developing their DIY skills

through a range of workshops.

Team members will host free

workshops for adults and kids,

sharing their advice through

easy to follow steps. The

workshops include gardening

and outdoor projects, decking

and fencing among others. The

kids workshops will also run

each weekend. They include

garden creatures, craft, paint and

Halloween workshops.

Bunnings Warehouse Shirley,

197 Marshland Rd. Free entry

Exhibition for October

September 27 to October 30

An exhibition is on at the

Brighton Gallery for the month

of October. The paintings on

show have been created by

local artist Judy Harrington.

Ms Harrington has been

painting for more than 10 years

and the mediums she uses

include watercolour, acrylic

and oils. Her artwork is mostly

about landscapes and wildlife,

specialising in birds. She also

teaches painting and drawing.

Brighton Gallery. Shop 4,

Carnaby Lane, New Brighton.

Free entry

BIG BANG: The Guy Fawkes Fireworks Spectacular is returning to New Brighton this year on the

evening of November 5. Beginning at 9pm, the pyrotechnics display at New Brighton Beach is set

to the tunes of a different theme each year. Between 15,000 and 20,000 people view the fireworks

and take in the entertainment and food stalls on the night. The New Brighton Seaside Twilight

Market will also be on before the fireworks from 5-9pm. This is a free event. ​

Step Ahead Exhibition

October 10-21, gallery hours

Monday to Friday, 11am-4pm,

Saturday noon-3pm

The exhibition provides

an opportunity to recognise

and celebrate artists’ skill and

achievements. About 40 artists

will exhibit drawings, paintings,

photography, mosaics, stone

carving and other crafts. Items

for sale can be purchased by

phoning Eastside Gallery on 981

2881.

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester

St and Stanmore Rd. Free entry

New Brighton Seaside Market

Every Saturday, 10am-2pm

New Brighton’s pedestrian mall

is filled with colour and creativity

every Saturday. Visit the seaside

and enjoy live entertainment,

food, fresh produce, arts, crafts,

jewellery and more. There will

be a bouncy castle and free facepainting.

For more information,

email seasidemarket@mail.com

Brighton Mall, New Brighton

Free entry

Coastal Spirit Under-19 Lotto

Tournament

Labour Weekend, October 22 to

24, times vary

Since it began in 2008,

the tournament has been

an important fixture in the

footballing calendar of New

Zealand clubs. The tournament

will run over Labour Weekend

with the boys and girls

competition finals being played

on Monday afternoon. There will

be 16 teams contesting the boys

title and 10 teams in the girls

draw.

Cuthberts Green, Pages Rd,

Wainoni

Tiny Huts Launch Celebration

Wednesday, October 19, 4-6pm

You are invited to join us for

the opening of the city council’s

New Brighton tiny huts. The

opening celebration will start

in New Brighton’s pedestrian

mall at 4pm. A walking tour

past all five of the tiny huts will

be followed by a community

barbecue. Go along and meet

some of the tiny hut designers,

builders and judges as well as

checking out the huts.

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Brighton. Free entry

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News

Children being supported by the Child Cancer Foundation had a special visit

from some familiar rugby faces. Canterbury players Richie Mo’unga, Inga Finau,

Tom Sanders and Alex Hodgman visited the children and families and brought

along the Ranfurly Shield. Foundation business development manager Lydia

Hemingway said the kids were excited and the players were “awesome” to hang

out with. The foundation assists more than 500 families around the country.

DREAM VISIT: Jake

Wilson and Canterbury

rugby player Richie

Mo’unga with the

Ranfurly Shield.

GREAT DAY: Children and families had an exciting visit from Canterbury rugby

players Richie Mo’unga, Inga Finau, Tom Sanders and Alex Hodgman.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Pasifika Trades Training leads

to new career for Charity

Receiving a Pasifika Trades Training

scholarship has been a game-changer for

Charity Ierome. After completing a 12-

week Essential Civil Skills course at Ara

Institute of Canterbury for free, she now

has a clear career path and a new outlook.

“The biggest thing it’s done for me is

build up my confidence. Before I felt like

nobody and now I know that I can achieve

and what I want to do in the future,” she

says.

Charity used to work in the butchery at

Pak n Save, but knew it wasn’t what she

wanted to do long-term. Her Dad found

out about the Pasifika Trades Training

scholarship through Reverend Fitifiti

Lautua, a mentor for the programme.

With so many opportunities in

Canterbury, Charity says that trades

training was a good career move and it

made financial sense.

“It was a chance for me to do something

for myself and make a better living for my

family. My Nana was my inspiration. I

wanted to make sure she was well looked

after back in Samoa,” she says.

Studying for 12 weeks full-time was a

big commitment for Charity, who also

continued to work full-time. However, the

backing of her tutor and classmates helped

her to succeed.

“My tutor had experienced the kind of

difference that a qualification can make in

your life and he was a real role model. My

class became my second family,” she says.

The course was exactly what Charity

needed to get into the industry. It included

the core practical skills and certifications

that employers look for, and provided

support to enter the workforce.

“The most valuable thing I learned was

how to get work-ready. I was taught how

to approach an interview and what to put

in my CV. We also had potential employers

come to talk to us,” she says.

Just two weeks after completing her

qualification, Charity was offered a job at

City Care. She is now a Traffic Management

Site Supervisor, wants to work towards

a degree and has her sights set on a

management role.

“It’s like I’m on a totally different planet

now. Studying has changed who I am and

it has changed my family’s future,” she says.


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Tuesday October 18 2016

KIDSTUFF

Freedom to learn and explore

As a parent herself, Tiny Tots Nursery

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your child’s welfare and learning is.

For the highest quality care and

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Nursery and Preschool is a privately owned

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peace of mind through their commitment

to your child’s needs.

“Over the years I’ve found that the best

results for happy, socially well-adjusted

children who are free to explore and grow,

come from an environment that has flexible

routines, changing challenges and a caring

professional, qualified and experienced

teaching team,” says Rebecca.

Tiny Tots provides a safe and secure

environment in which children can

learn, create and grow to the best of their

abilities. Observing the children at play the

teachers communicate with both parents

Kids love CASPA!

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friends and try new experiences all within

a safe, nurturing environment. CASPA

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their kids just love!

CASPA attributes its success to the

variety of activities on offer as well as the

convenience and affordability for parents.

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and the teaching team in order to develop

an individual programme tailored to

each child’s unique needs. This helps the

children to extend on their learning and

enhances their development while in an

open learning environment.

Tiny Tots is a small, homely centre

with a real family feel and has a great

open plan environment both indoors

and out. Children are provided with high

quality equipment, resources and facilities

to support each child’s learning and

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Teachers encourage parents to spend

time with their children in the centre,

especially to help them settle in, which also

helps parents to discover how the centre

operates throughout the day.

Parents and children are welcome

to visit Tiny Tots at 148 England

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3896851.

Fear Factor, Healthy Art, Out of Africa

and hundreds of other amazing themes/

activities!

CASPA parents enjoy peace of mind,

knowing their kids are safe and enjoying

the benefits of a quality after school

programme. Some parents and caregivers

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approved for the OSCAR Subsidy and in

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COASTAL SPIRIT went

home with a big haul at

Friday night’s Mainland

Football Awards.

Four Coastal players

picked up individual

awards on the night after

both the club’s Mainland

Premier League and

Women’s Premier League

teams finished as runnersup

in their competitions

this season.

Midfielder Lily Bray

took home one of the

biggest awards on the

night, winning Women’s

Player of the Year. At just

16, Bray was also crowned

Youth Player of the Year in

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she had to celebrate over

the weekend. Bray scored

a hat-trick on Sunday, as

she helped Canterbury

United Pride to a 4-1 win

over Auckland in the first

round of the Women’s

National League.

Three other Coastal

players picked up individual

awards. Striker

Mel Cameron was named

Women’s Striker of the

Year. She also picked up

the Golden Boot award

after netting 29 times in

the league this year.

Defender Emma Clarke

was named as the Women’s

Defender of the Year,

pipping fellow Coastal

player Rebecca Lake for

the award.

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WINNERS:

Five Coastal

Spirit players

picked up

individual

awards at

the Mainland

Football

Awards on

Friday.

Spirit’s Premier League

men’s team also grabbed

an award. Sean Liddicoat

took home the Defender of

the Year title.

Club manager Steve

Ager was acknowledged,

winning Administrator of

the Year.

Ager has been on the

executive board from the

beginning of the club’s existence

and has previously

served as co-chairman. He

signed for New Brighton

AFC in 1978 and held the

position of club president

at the time of the New

Brighton AFC and Rangers

merger into Coastal

Spirit.

He was also a member

of the steering committee

for the merger.

BIG NOMINATION: Shirley

Boys’ High School first XV

captain Josh Archer has been

nominated for a top award at

this year’s Zonta Sports Awards.

Archer has been recognised for

his outstanding achievements

in a number of sports. He has

been named one of five finalists

in the best all-round young

sportsman award. He not only

led Shirley to their second

consecutive UC Championship

grand-final this year, but has

also been successful in surf

lifesaving and canoe racing. The

awards will be held on October

27 at the Hornby Workingmen’s

Club.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Are you one of

the 70% with

excess Candida

Do you suffer from any of

the following symptoms?

Heart burn, indigestion, feeling tired

often, low energy, gas, constipation or

diarrhoea, abdominal cramps, frequent

urination, thrush, oral thrush (white

coated tongue), sore throat, fungal skin

infections and rashes, jock itch, chronic

disease among others are just some of the

common symptoms.

A causative factor for all these symptoms

and more can be a yeast organism

called Candida albicans. It is often

underestimated what a profound effect it

can have on our health and wellbeing.

It is normal and beneficial to have

some Candida in the gut where it is kept

under control by the good gut bacteria or

probiotics that feed on this yeast. However,

using antibiotics without probiotic

supplementation, sickness, poor diet,

insufficient stomach acid and medications

are some of the factors that can upset this

delicate balance and allow the Candida to

thrive.

The Candida yeast often enters the blood

stream as a fungus. Symptoms will vary

depending on its location in the body. If it

enters the brain, it can cause depression,

anxiety and foggy thinking. Some

researchers believe the Candida fungus

can release a pleomorphic microorganism

or virus that’s form changes depending

on its environment. This is believed to

be a factor in cancer and other chronic

health conditions. However, it is the

body’s weakened immune system and

toxic environment that is the real cause of

disease.

The natural health advisers at

Marshall’s Health and Natural Therapy

can provide you with a detailed

nutritional protocol to cleanse the excess

candida and its fungus from the body,

and improve your overall health and

wellbeing. Visit them at 110 Seaview Rd,

New Brighton. Phone 388 5757. We are

always happy to help!

Forgetting Things?

Surprising Advice!

Brain and memory changes happen to

everyone around the age of 50 or so.

Four reasons why the brain

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2. Living a sedentary lifestyle

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4. Poor nutrition & obesity

Factors 2, 3 and 4 are under

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Exercise is SO important for

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In a recent U.S. study, those

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“Moderate exercise is the

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“Moderate physical activity

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Minerals are the building

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minerals are only needed in

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magnesium are needed in much

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A large number of us do not

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more common symptoms that

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muscle fatigue and weakness,

tremors of hands, blurred

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dizziness, headaches, anxiety,

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Although many young people

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Bathed in light, the home enjoys

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Two other double bedrooms are served by

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Cramping pain in my

leg when I try to walk

Intermittent Claudication

“This is different from “night-cramps” Ietje van Stolk, (physiotherapist

at Physical Sense and the centre for Senior Well-being) explains.

This kind of cramping (sometimes called

“window -shopping legs”) is triggered by

normal exertion of the leg muscles and

is typically caused by obstruction of the

arteries. Sufferers have to find themselves a

regular excuse to stop for a while to allow

the blood flow to reach the cramped up

muscles.

The official name for this condition is

Intermittent Claudication. Claudication is

pain and/or cramping in the lower leg due

to inadequate blood flow to the muscles.

The pain usually causes the person to

limp. The word “claudication” comes from

the Latin “claudicare” meaning to limp.

Claudication typically is felt while walking,

and subsides with rest. It is commonly

referred to as “intermittent” claudication

because it comes and goes with exertion

and rest. In severe claudication, the pain is

also felt at rest.

It is a painful condition that really

“cramps people’s lifestyle”. The pain free

walking distance tends to get shorter as the

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Exercise is recommended to greatly

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pain free walking distance. Eight years

ago on request of the vascular nurse

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receive from each other” Ietje says. In this

“circuit setup” every client can work in

their own tempo, and people simply sit

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

A name synonymous with the

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As a youngster, Trevor Crowe always tinkered with cars. After completing his

mechanics engineering apprenticeship, he established Lichfield Motors and later

Trevor Crowe Motors, obtaining the Subaru franchise in 1988. Crowe Subaru was

the top selling Subaru dealership in New Zealand for many years.

In 2000, Trevor sold his Subaru franchise to

concentrate on his passion of motor vehicle maintenance

and repairs, and motor racing in his spare time.

“Trevor enjoys making and fixing things,” advises

Josh Mitchell, Car Sales Manager at CroweSport. “He

sold the franchise so he could specialise in repairs but

so many customers kept asking to buy a car that he

began importing second-hand cars, opening a car yard

beside his workshop.”

Josh joined Trevor as an apprentice mechanic when

he left school. He learnt the ins and outs of Subarus

while also helping out in the car yard.

“Customers liked talking to a mechanic who could

answer their questions about Subarus and how they

worked,” explains Josh who admits to being as fanatical

about motor vehicles and engines as Trevor is.

After the 2011 February earthquake, the business

took over a vacated business next door and Josh took

responsibility for the buying and selling of cars.

Each day, Josh sifts through the details of around 200

cars at Japanese auctions, selecting vehicles reflecting

quality. He then requests their Japanese agent to

thoroughly inspect each car and recommend the best

which CroweSport imports. With a new law governing

the emission levels of imported vehicles, only Subarus

that are 2004 or newer are imported.

Around forty vehicles a month come into the

CroweSport workshop where they are serviced and any

repairs carried out before being placed in the yard for

sale.

“Our customers have peace of mind when purchasing

our cars as they know they have been thoroughly

checked and are in good condition,” explains Josh.

Josh says that the standard of cars available from Japan

is wide so they only deal with one company. This allows

them to have an excellent relationship, building trust in

their import agent who checks the cars at auction for

CroweSport.

Trevor and Josh both currently races Subaru

Imprezas, and Trevor is building a new ‘Subaru Special’

race car, which might explain why CroweSport really

are Subaru specialists, though they repair and service

all makes and models.

CroweSport is a privately owned and operated

automotive sales and service centre. They sell secondhand

Subaru and are looking to the future with Nissan

Leaf electric vehicles. CroweSport can be found at 518

Moorhouse Avenue (between Fitzgerald Avenue and

Ferry Road).

To contact CroweSport telephone 03 379 7615 or

email: boss@crowesport.co.nz. Their website is: www.

crowesport.co.nz; and like them on Facebook where

they regularly update motorsport news and events.

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We Are Running

LABOuR WEEKEnD

SunDAY 23rd OCTOBER &

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Running 1st & 3rd

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Infoline: 0800wekapass

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

www.wekapassrailway.co.nz

Public Notices

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Volunteer collectors &

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Fri 4th–Sat 5th nov

Just 2hrs can make

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Locations available throughout

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Ph: (03) 344 4773 or email:

fundraising@spcacanterbury.org.nz.

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Public Notices

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


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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Public Notices

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Members, guests & affiliates welcome

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SENIORS SPECIAL

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20

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The Brougham

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EVERY

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PRO WRESTLING

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ONE OF THE MOST HILARIOUS

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DOUG Kamo Creative

Management return to

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Based in Dunedin,

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in August.

They return on Saturday 5th

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Written by award winning

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Cafe open from 11am

TAB & Gaming, Function Facilities,

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Tickets $65 on sale now at the

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SATURDAY 5th NOV

FRIDAY 7.35pm: OTAGO v BOP

SATURDAY

2.35pm: WELL v N.HARBOUR

7.35pm: NZ v AUSTRALIA


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