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Pegasus Post: July 17, 2018

Pegasus Post: July 17,

TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2018 Locally Owned www.star.kiwi Sunday 26th August 2018 10am - 3pm Air Force Museum, Wigram Tickets available on door Drawn out battle over Southshore couple get permission to build Pages 4,5 Page 6 Free breakfast Students savour the taste of fresh bread at school Making new friends during the holidays Isla Sinclair-Parker from South New Brighton was at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve for Kidfest’s junior keeper programme when she made friends with Kati and Neo the Keas. Neo is one of the most inquisitive birds at Willowbank and is first to check out every person who comes into their home. The now sold-out programme allows kids to work alongside the keepers, helping with feeding, watering and cleaning the enclosures. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER EXPERIENCE the difference Stunning results FOOT HEEL PEEL Usually $50 Book now & pay only $ 35 Before After Good As Gold Tanning and Beauty Parklands • 021 0807 0422 Man Week new range of gifts for men Parklands Lotto & Post Layby now for Father’s Day 60 Queenspark Drive, Parklands Shopping Centre Ph 383 0303 Late Nights: Wednesdays & Saturdays Bridalshow www.withthisring.kiwi More than 100 estuary trees to face axe • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding DEAD AND decaying pine trees along the edges of the South Brighton Domain estuary edge will be cut down. More than 100 trees will face the axe over the next fortnight. Erosion caused by the February 22, 2011, earthquake led to the seawater damaging the trees. The removal of the trees has been debated since last year. Coastal-Burwood Community Board deputy chairman Tim Sintes said if the estuary edge had been protected, a lot of the trees would have been saved. He said the board has been pushing for the estuary edge to be restored after the earthquake to prevent losing the trees. It comes after an urgent meeting was held with the community board and a city council arborist recently in a bid to resolve the issue of dying trees. Forty-eight small-to-medium trees and 56 large trees were identified by the arborist as needing to be removed because they were in poor condition. •Turn to page 8 AMAZING ISLAND MIRACLE OIL DILO OIL – The Remarkable Skin Rejuvenator As seen on Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty •• Remarkable•skin•anti-aging•&•healing• properties •• Super•absorbing.•Can•penetrate•all•three• layers•of•the•skin•offering•exceptional•cell• hydration•&•regeneration •• Ideal•for•scars,•blemishes,•wrinkles,• &•skin•ailments•including•eczema,• psoriasis,•acne,•rashes,•bites,•sores,• burns,•etc. •• 100%•natural,•Certified•Organic,• absolutely•no•additives •• Highly•effective Mail Order Available Amazing Price 50 ml only•$19.90 100ml only•$29.90 Bringing You The Best In Natural Health MARSHALLS HEALTH & NATURAL THERAPY CONSULTING - PRESCRIBING - DISPENSING - MANUFACTURING MEDICAL HERBALISTS 110 seaVIeW roaD, NeW BrIGHToN (Just past C.N.B School) pHoNe 388 5757 - KNOWLEDGE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE - - We are alWaYs HappY To Help! -