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Selwyn Times: April 11, 2018

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6 Wednesday April 11 2018 Latest Christchurch news at SELWYN TIMES GARDEN TOOL SALE ON NOW! SNAP DEAL $ 30 Tandem Wheelbarrow Ready to assemble H-931167 FROM $ 9 Ace Giant Leaf $ 9 99 $ 5 Glove Selection 936578 929958 936577 936580 Bloom Leaf Scoop Comes in a variety of colours. 305798 Rake 928747 $ 18 McGregor Stainless Steel Hand Tools Sold separately Eden Gardener D Handle Shovel Sq mouth 928029 $8 each 937655 56 57 58 59 60 61 2 FOR Jobmate Long Handle $ 14 Grass Shears 233088 $ 30 $ 20 Corona Secateurs 933471 McGregors Garden Bag 153775 $ 4 Garden Ace Fibreglass 4lb Axe or 6lb Splitter 120990 120991 $ 26EACH Garden Waste Bag 221640 $ 9 98 $ 30 Eden Gardener Extendable Lopper or Hedge Shear 937843 930792 McGregors Pruning Saw 120621 $ 10 BUY ANY FISKARS AXES & SPLITTERS GET A FREE SHARPENER worth $34.98 ST100418 Available from Tuesday 10th April until Monday 16th April 2018, while stocks last. Mitre10 MEGA Hornby Ph: 03 349 8497 *If you find a lower price on an identical stocked product locally we will beat it by 15% Mitre10 MEGA Papanui Ph: 03 359 5443 *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.

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Wednesday April 11 2018 7 News Pupils learn about war horses •From page 1 “Each horse would carry at least 150 rounds of ammunition. Then the rider would have another 100 rounds on them,” he said. Mr Appleton said during the Sinai and Palestine Campaign horses often went for up to 72 hours without water before they fought in the battle. “Only four came back to New Zealand out of 10,000 sent,” he said. The trust was established in 2015 to mark the beginning of the World War 1 centenary to support people with post traumatic stress disorder. The trust travels all over the country raising awareness. Thirteen soldiers in the New Zealand Mounted Rifles were from Greendale and went to World War 1. The Mounted Rifles were a troop taken from all over the country to fight in World War 1 and the beginning of World War 2. Mobile trader regulation Sam Broughton •From page 1 An inquiry has also been made for a possible food truck located near Lincoln University. Mayor Sam Broughton said the bylaw is about bringing certainty to people about what can and can’t be done. A district council report said asset staff often deal with complaints arising when traders operate on the road. It said difficulties arise in persuading traders, who have appropriate licences, to relocate as they have a common law right to occupy the public road. Cafe and restaurant businesses are commending the district council for the bylaw. Darfield Bakery owner Daryl Collier said he applauds the council for the crackdown. He said he would have been happy to write a submission in support of the bylaw but did not know about it. “The businesses in Darfield especially have done a lot to tidy up Darfield . . . all of a sudden the caravans pop up and it looks like a Sunday market,” he said. Terrace Cafe & Bar owner Julie Ridgen said the caravans takes some of STEP BACK IN TIME: Greendale School pupil Toby Adams, 7, learning about Anzac Day with Mark Appleton. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER To make a donation of historical equipment or funding to the trust go to campaigns/you-can-makea-difference/ •The service will be held at the Greendale Memorial Gates at 2.30pm on Anzac Day. their business. She said while she understands everyone wants to make money, mobile vehicles do not have the same overheads as her own business. Marge and Stacey’s Gourmet Burgers owner Marge Hesseron said she had not heard about the bylaw and she had only had positive feedback from the community. Mark Vincent who runs the food truck Burger Revolution in Darfield would not comment. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think street trading is an issue in Selwyn? Email your views to georgia.oconnor@ Pedigree 100% Nutrition 2.5-3kg $ 12 49 ea nEW PRODUCT Pepsi Max Vanilla 1.5 Litre $ 1 99 ea Wilcox Vivaldi Gold or Red Jacket Potatoes 2.5kg Prepack Product of New Zealand $ 4 99 pk Chef Cat Food Fresh NZ Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets $ 2 99 690-700g ea nEW PRODUCT Whiskas Pouches 3 - 4 Pack $ 2 49 pk Cadbury Chocolate Block 155-205g $ 2 99 ea $ 11 99 kg Beautiful Winter Fashion arriving daily including lovely designs from Vassalli, Vivid, Picadilly, and Marco Polo Selaks Premium Selection 750ml $ 9 99 ea Speight’s 24 Pack 330ml Bottles $ 33 99 pk 2 McMillan St, Darfield Ph. 03 318 8734 Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9.30am-12.30pm Find us on Specials available South Island only from Monday 9th until Sunday 15th April 2018 or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.