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Celebrating the Diwali festival in Woolston

Anushka Bhat painted her

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to mark the start of the

Diwali festival. She was part

of the group which gathered

at the Kimihia Early Learning

Centre in Woolston to enjoy

some traditional Indian food,

dancing and music. Children

and their parents were

joined by city councillor

Andrew Turner for Diwali,

which is also known as the

Festival of Light. Several

religions, including Hindu,

Sikh, Jains and sometimes

Buddhists, celebrate the

annual five-day event, which

officially started on Sunday.

•More photos, page 4

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Old boy

to take

over as

head of

SBHS

• By Matt Slaughter

A SHIRLEY Boys’ High School

old boy will take over the helm

as headmaster.

Tim Grocott replaces longserving

headmaster, John

Laurenson, who announced his

retirement earlier this year.

Mr

Grocott

begins his

new role in

January.

He is the

current

associate

headmaster

at the school.

He was

Tim Grocott

the former deputy principal of

Burnside High School and a

former staff member at Papanui

High School.

“To now be the headmaster

of the school that I went to and

that I’ve enjoyed working at,

I’m just really proud to have that

role,” he said.

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Tuesday October 29 2019 3

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Plan to upgrade playgrounds

• By Jess Gibson

A PLAYGROUND in a historic

part of Woolston is set to get a

refresh.

The city council is seeking

feedback on proposals for

Radley playground, on Radley

St, until November 6.

The playground is reaching

the end of its lifespan and will

receive new equipment for a

range of ages and abilities.

It was built in the mid-1980s.

Before that, the area was

part of Troutdale Farm, where

Andrew Mensal Johnson bred

the first brown trout in New

Zealand.

The farm was a popular picnic

area until it closed in the early

1930s and a number of the

original trees remain in the park

today.

There is a plaque along the

banks of the Heathcote River

which commemorates Mr

Johnson.

The city council has proposed

new equipment which would be

suitable for both the park setting

and the community, including

swings, a slide, a carousel, a seesaw

and a fish-rocker.

A playground in Mt Pleasant

will also be renewed.

King Park playground, which

is off Quarry Rd and Rangatira

Tce, dates back to the 1930s.

The proposed new equipment

includes swings, a slide, a “space

shuttle” with rope climbing, and

a choice between a dinosaur

rocker or a kiwi rocker.

Consultation for King Park

playground is also open until

November 6.

Once the consultation

period has closed for both

playgrounds, the project

team will analyse feedback

and produce a report with

a recommendation to the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board.

A decision from the board

is expected sometime in April

and if the plans are approved,

construction of the playgrounds

is likely to start in May or June.

•To have your say

on proposed Radley

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REFRESH: Woolston’s Radley Park will get new play

equipment and the city council is seeking feedback as to

what the community wants installed.

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Headmaster

retiring

after 23 years

•From page 1

“For me, I really want to ensure

that we continue to provide really

high quality learning for the boys

in eastern Christchurch and I

think also just to make sure that

we re-establish what the culture of

Shirley Boys’ is now that we’re in a

co-located environment,” said Mr

Grocott.

Mr Laurenson has been

headmaster at SBHS for 23 years,

leading the school community

through its recovery from the

February 22, 2011, earthquake. He

indicated he would retire after he

had settled the school into its new

co-location site with Avonside

Girls’ High School at QEII last

year.

He formally announced his

retirement in August.

“Mr Grocott has worked hard

over the last four years in the

design and build of our new

school and has good relationships

with the key stakeholders in our

community,” said SBHS board of

trustees chairman Tony Deavoll.

“He has a strong commitment

to single-sex boy’s education and

a great love for Shirley Boys’ High

School, and we look forward to

his leadership of our school over

the next few years.”

Different parts of Indian culture were on show at the Diwali celebrations last week. Diwali signifies the triumph of

light over darkness and good over evil. It commemorates the return of Lord Rama, his wife and brother from their

14-year exile and their defeat of the 10-headed demon-king Ravana.

Above – Sai Pranika, 2, is dressed up for

the celebration. (Above centre) – Rohan

Chakrabarti explains some of the history

behind the Diwali festival. Above right –

Kimihia Early Learning Centre manager

Radhika Chakrabarti. Right – Traditional

food is served during Diwali.

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More than 60 entries

in Art Couture festival

BURWOOD’S NAOMI Flasher

won the supreme award at

wearable art festival Art Couture.

Designers from across the city

took out top prizes at the festival

on October 19 in Lincoln.

More than 60 participants from

across the South Island gathered

to compete.

It was the third annual show

and the first time it included a

body art category.

Organiser Kim Strange said

the body art category was a great

addition to the show.

“The designers painted for

about eight hours at the event

centre on the day of the show. The

body art was well received and we

look forward to having this in the

show in 2020,” she said.

WEARABLE ART: Naomi

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From Wainoni to the world pageant stage

• By Georgia O’Connor-

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WHEN EMILY Sullivan was in

primary school she was ridiculed

for her looks and often asked out

by boys as a joke.

“I didn’t grow up with the most

friends – a lot of guys were mean

to me. Often it was just to get a

reaction and carried on into my

teenage years,” she said.

But now the 22-year-old is a

strong feminist who uses beauty

pageants to fight for women’s

autonomy over their bodies.

Looking back, the Wainoni

resident said while the bullying

hurt her, it has helped her develop

a thick skin and appreciation for

who she is. Her strong views and

confidence has seen her named

the New Zealand delegate for the

Miss Global Organisation. Sullivan,

a performer and Anytime

Fitness Rangiora personal trainer,

will travel to Mexico next year to

represent NZ at the international

beauty contest.

“I am so flipping excited,” she

said.

She was named the New Zealand

delegate on Saturday at the

Miss Five Crowns New Zealand

competition. She earned the title

after coming in the top 15 at the

World Supermodel Pageant in Fiji

earlier this year.

The competition raised $15,000

for Youthline.

Sullivan will need to raise $2000

for her entry fee to the competition

in Mexico.

Having raised $3000 for Youthline

two years ago through her

beauty pageant work, Sullivan

described its work as “critical”,

particularly in light of the mental

health issues the city is dealing

with today.

She said “thousands and thousands”

of people called Youthline

following the March 15 attacks

and it is a “cornerstone” of the

community.

While beauty contests have often

come under fire for encouraging

women to measure their self-worth

through their physical attributes,

for Sullivan it is more than a modelling

competition.

She has used her platform to discuss

feminism and women’s right

to abortion.

“Often what people don’t realise

is it is a huge decision for women

to make. Women should have the

right to choose what they want to

do with their body.”

Last year, the 22-year-old

challenged National Party leader

Simon Bridges at a community

meeting in Taupo over why he

hadn’t taken abortion out of the

Crimes Act 1961.

While her challenge received

backlash, Sullivan does not regret

using her position to stand up for

what she believes in.

A National Academy of Singing

and Dramatic Art graduate,

Sullivan first got into beauty

pageants two years ago to help her

with her stage confidence.

Never expecting her pageant

career to take off in her first

competition, she was named Miss

Five Crowns South Island two

years ago.

Sullivan believes the reason

beauty pageants often get a bad

name is because women are

sometimes sexualised and many

believe the contests encourage

anti-feminism.

She said the problem is women

will often get into beauty pageants

for the wrong reasons and will

get lost in physical aspects of the

competition rather than using it

as a platform to discuss important

issues.

“You have got to have substance,

you have to dig deep,” she said.

While Sullivan’s views on

feminism have grown, small issues

such as being told she couldn’t

play bullrush because she was girl

“ignited a flame” in her as a child.

But she said the issues she has

faced are minor compared to what

others experiences with human

trafficking and domestic violence.

UPCOMING: Emily Sullivan

will represent New Zealand

next year in Mexico at the

Miss Global Organisation

beauty pageant.

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Tuesday October 29 2019 7

WHAT’S ‘HOT’ AT HOUSE OF TRAVEL SHIRLEY

Welcome to our October newsletter and we hope you’ve had a great 2019 and looking forward

to the Christmas countdown!

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Celyn caps stellar year with award

• By Jacob Page

CANTERBURY’S top secondary

school sportsmen and women

were honoured at the 29th Zonta

Awards at the Hornby Working

Men’s Club on Thursday night.

Hillmorton High School

para-swimmer Celyn Edwards

continued his award-winning

streak by claiming the award

for the most outstanding

achievement by a young

sportsman with a disability.

The 18-year-old, who was the

supreme award winner at the

Hillmorton Sports Awards a

fortnight ago had another stellar

year in the pool.

Edwards competed at the

world championships in London

last month where he finished

sixth in the 100m backstroke,

eighth in the 100m butterfly and

14th in the 100m breaststroke.

This came on the heels of some

top national performances in

June where he was first in the

100m breaststroke, second in the

50m butterfly, 100m backstroke

and 200m individual medley

respectively and then third in the

100m freestyle.

29th Zonta Sports Awards

winners

•Category one: The

award for the most valued

contribution to a team by

a young sports woman or

sportsman who is not eligible

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Women: Grace Fissenden,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School,

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Highly Commended Amber

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SPORT

SUCCESS: Hillmorton High School para-swimmer Celyn

Edwards was a big winner at the 29th Zonta Awards on

Thursday night.

PHOTO: LEE MALZARD

•Category two: The award

for contribution to sports

administration by a young

woman and a young man in

a position of umpire, referee,

coach or tutor

Women: Kate Baird, St

Margaret’s College,

badminton

Highly Commended:

Gemma Harris, Papanui High

School, netball

Men: Nathan van Slooten,

Burnside High School, hockey

Highly commended: James-

Paul Mountstevens, Burnside

High School, hockey

•Category three: The award

for the most outstanding

achievement by a young

sports woman and a young

sportsman with a disability.

Women: Ella Benn, Rolleston

College, swimming

Men: Celyn Edwards,

Hillmorton High School, para

swimming

•Category Four: The award

for the most outstanding

individual achievement by a

young sportswoman and a

young sportsman specialising

in one sport.

Women: Sami Donnelly,

Burnside High School, track

cycling

Highly Commended: Macey

Fraser, Rangiora High School,

football, Charlotte Darry, St

Margaret’s College, rowing.

Gabrielle Rennie, Rangiora

High School, football, Olivia

Sloan, Christchurch Girls’

High School, archery, Ashley

Strawbridge, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, hockey, Marisa van

der Meer, Middleton Grange

School, football, Sally Wylaars,

Avonside Girls’ High School,

rowing.

Men: Lawrence Pithie,

Christchurch Boys’ High School,

cycling

Highly Commended:

Celyn Edwards, Hillmorton

High School, para swimming,

Kazuma Kobori, Rangiora High

School, golf

•Category five : The awards

for the most outstanding team

of young sportswomen and

sportsmen or mixed team.

Women: St Margaret’s

College, rowing under 18 eight

Highly Commended:

Christchurch Girls’ High School,

hockey, Rangiora High School,

futsal

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School, rowing, Maadi eight

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Mairehau

Challenge

Achievement

Responsibility

Empathy

Way

End of year exams

for senior students

From the Principals Desk

I wish to bring our community up to date

with the next steps towards the Mairehau

High School current building project.

The Mairehau High School Board of Trustees, Ministry of

Education (MOE Property Division) and OPUS international

consultants are working collaboratively to develop and

implement our school property and masterplan. The

proposed new development for Mairehau High School

offers an opportunity to provide a new 21st-century

Technology and Supported Learning education facility.

Consideration has also been given to rebuilding our

gymnasium changing rooms. There are several distinct

phases to the property plan. Each phase is aligned to

Greater Christchurch Network of Schools, i.e. predicted

MOE roll growth. The new building (Phase 1) caters for

the future of teaching and learning practices. The school’s

revised master plan reflects the latest budget and MOE

growth projection figures. The main structure of our

gymnasium is sound; however, there is a real need to

rebuild storage, changing room, and classroom facilities.

It also outlines the aspirations and fundamental

pedagogical needs of Mairehau High School and the

Ministry. Our Technology, Hospitality, ICT, Supported

Learning, and PE and Health teachers are meeting

and working together on the design of the building.

The proposed 500 build roll master plan development

is planned to start on site in December 2020 with a

final completion date yet to be established.

The build roll has been confirmed as 500 pupils and

the master plan roll as 800 pupils. The transition roll

(i.e. the highest expected roll before the completion

of the project) is expected to be able to be

accommodated for within the existing buildings.

The master plan design considers both the build roll

of 500 and the master plan roll of 800, which allows

for future growth.

The construction

budget for the 500 pupil

build roll has been confirmed

as $14.5 million.

We are very excited about

our masterplan and future

building project. We will

continue to develop positive

outcomes and learning

experiences for our students.

Harry Romana,

Principal

We have many budding

baristas in our Year 9 and

Year 10 cohorts. Under the

guidance of our trained

barista, junior students have

been given the opportunity

to work on their coffee

making skills and care of

the barista machine.

Encouraging

excellence

in our

community

Harry Romana,

Principal

It is examination time again for our senior students,

and no doubt many will already be studying

hard in preparation. The exam period runs from

Friday 8th November through until Monday 2nd

December.

From midday on Monday 4th November,

timetabled classes will no longer run for Years 11,

12 and 13 students (except those in the Supported

Learning Centre) and they will officially be on

examination leave. All senior students, regardless of

whether they are sitting external examinations or

not, are expected to use this time productively.

There will be a study room open for anyone who

finds it tricky to study at home, and teachers

are also making times with students to work on

exam preparation, or to finish off any internal

assessments to get those last-minute credits!

Our best wishes go with all of our students as

they embark on this next important stage of

their education journey. Hard work, preparation

and perseverance will always pay dividends and

we look forward to some excellent results and

achievements from our students again this year.

Ngā mihi nui

Senior Hard

Materials

Eight Level 2 BCITO (Building

& Construction Industry Trade

Organisation) credits were awarded

to four students (left to right) -

Conor, Jakub, Joseph and Jonathon

for completing an outdoor seating

project they worked on over two

terms.

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This is who we are... students and staff

focusing on our C.A.R.E values

Year 10 Business

Challenge

BP Business Challenge is a Young Enterprise programme

that was organized at school for our Year 10 Flexible

Learning Class.

The BP Business Challenge was delivered for the first time

at our school. Most of the Year 10 students participated

in this three-day competition. They were coming up with

some business ideas and were presenting their most

creative work at the end of each day. On the last day of this

competition they presented their best business project to

the five judges.

Many thanks to our judges of Ken Howat (Manager,

Switched On Group), Huia Saitaga (Artist), Val Erasmusson

(former teacher), Matt Cooper (BP Young Entrprise) and

Gyaney Pradhan (BP Young Enterprise)

Congratulations to our winners:

1st place: Aleisha Bouma, Hensley Sampang, Lily Baker

2nd place: Dakoda Potter, Isaiah King, Greg Nogueira

Arriada, Antionette Blackwood

Supported Learning Basketball

I couldn’t be prouder of our basketballers.

In 2017, we started in Division 3. This

year we moved to Division 2 and took

out 1st place within that division. A

great big thank you to excellent coaches

in Easter and Tara. They have practised

with the students daily. Thanks also to

our wonderful caregivers who came

to support and to Fiona for giving the

students heaps of encouragement each

week.

Well done everyone.

Jenny Mackenzie

LTL, Supported Learning Centre

Outdoor Education

Best CEO: Lily Baker

The participating students.

Over the course of Week 10 of Term 3, the Mairehau HOP

team took the PED301, SNROED, PED101 and OED101

classes to Craigieburn for some epic adventures!!

In the breathtakingly beautiful mountains, this lucky

crew tramped, mountain biked, navigated and did

lots of other cool little activities like bivvy building

and cooking marshmallows over fires they made for

breakfast! We made some amazing life-long memories

and very much enjoyed the glorious weather - even the

4 inches of snow we woke up to one morning - brrrrrr!

The winning team: Aleisha Bouma, Hensley Sampang

and Lily Baker.

Year 13 Biology

This was the Year 13 Biology Field Trip

to Orana park. The field trip was for the

purpose to learn more about human

evolution which is one of the external

exams. The students got to see the

different types of primates at the zoo

and study models of skulls that have

been found that pave the path from the

evolution of modern day humans from

primates. The students enjoyed the field

trip and were able to measure and handle

the skulls to help visualize what they had

been learning in class

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Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

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Thursday, 9.30am

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Taiora: QE II Recreation and

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Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

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Russian apple cake

Serves 8-10

Ingredients

6 large apples (granny smiths are

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3 large good-quality eggs, at

room temperature

1 cup sugar

1 tsp vanilla

1 cup flour

Pinch cinnamon

Directions

Grease an 18cm round cake

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Prepare the apples by peeling

and removing core. Cut the

apples into small chunks and

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Using an electric mixer, whisk

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Sift in the flour and fold

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½ small cabbage, very thinly

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4 carrots, julienned or sliced as

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½ red onion, sliced thinly

4 leaves kale, cavolo nero, stalks

removed and sliced very thin

1 tsp salt

6 eggs, lightly beaten

½ cup flour or rice flour

Oil for frying

To serve

2 spring onions, sliced thinly

Japanese mayonnaise

Okonomiyaki sauce

Directions

Toss all the prepared vegetables

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Mix through the eggs and flour

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Heat a large fry pan on

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Ph: 0800 TARGET (0800 827438)

targetfurniture.co.nz

Offers and product prices advertised here expire 04/11/19.

Sale excludes Manchester and Accessories.


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REAL ESTATE

Modern magnificence

237 Mt Pleasant Road, Mount Pleasant

Auction: Thur 7 Nov at 4pm, on site (unless sold prior)

3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garaging | Listing Number OPA24823

Impeccably crafted and executed, this

spectacular brand new property overlooks

outstanding scenery, combining striking

visual form with the utmost convenience to

comfortably accommodate modern family

living.

Newly constructed to the latest

specifications, this build will provide peace

of mind, the architectural finish satisfying an

appetite for elegance.

Bold black cedar and Rockcote over

Integra panel cladding complements

the oak flooring indoors where designer

detailing include a David Trubridge feature

light, quality McKenzie and Willis window

furnishings and an exquisite kitchen.

Magnificent ocean and estuary views with

the sensational mountain views out to the

Kaikoura’s provide a sense of serenity, and

the glistening city lights ensure your outlook

is idyllic, even by night.

The intelligent layout places a strong

emphasis on lifestyle, which will appeal

to both families and couples who adore

entertaining.

Anchoring the open plan living is the chic

kitchen, complete with island bench, walk-in

pantry, high-end tiling and appliances. Eco

and hardwood decking effortlessly extends

from the home to provide outdoor living

areas across both floors, with a level lawn and

landscaped garden the perfect private setting

for socialising.

Excellent in-built storage options, and

contemporary convenience with partial

underfloor heating, two heatpumps, LED

lighting, gas fire, superior insulation and

double-glazing heightening comfort levels.

Three bedrooms accompanied by two

tiled bathrooms, the master enjoying a walkin

robe and ensuite. A second area can be

utilised in many ways: extra living, study or

even a media room if required.

Flat drive-on access and double internal

access garaging is a bonus for any hillside

home, while zoning for Mt Pleasant and

Redcliffs Primary Schools represent yet

another advantage.

This property will appeal to seekers

of a post-quake new build exuding lowmaintenance

luxury and design excellence.

Open Homes Wednesday 11:30-12:00pm

and Saturday and Sunday 3:30-4:00pm.

See you at an open home or call Simon

and Paula of Ray White Ferrymead on 0274

304 691 to arrange a private viewing.

Simon and

Paula Standeven

Licensee Salespersons

(REAA 2008)

Ray White Ferrymead –

Prier Manson Ltd.

www.bigbrothersbigsisters.org.nz


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If you want more information about an item or to contact a

seller, visit www.postanote.co.nz and search the ID#

Toyota Hilux

1954 MG TF T-Car Mk II Replica

Aluminium Boat & Trailer

NZ-made Fishing Rod

1952 Morris Oxford Mo

Mercury Bottom End & Stern Leg, 115hp

$6,350

ID 31782

$2,000

ID 31547

$2,500

ID 28339

$120

ID 31793

See Seller

ID 31604

See Seller

ID 26262

Lunar Freelander Caravan 524

4 Old Crocks

Toyota Avensis Wagon 2.0 Auto

Victorian Rocking Basinet

1994 Toyota Starlet

Portable Antique Gramophone

$20,500

ID 31745

$130

ID 31788

$7,999

ID 31664

$250

ID 31806

$1,850

ID 28172

$125

ID 31804

Eurotech Oil Heater

2005 Lexus GS300

1997 Toyota Starlet

Antique Milking Brass Bucket

Tidy VY SS Commodore

2015 Yamaha MT-09 ABS

$5

ID 31546

$10,000

ID 31728

$3,500

ID 31594

$150

ID 31743

$14,750

ID 31800

$8,500

ID 25296

Free Piano

Antique Milking Brass Bucket

1996 Toyota RAV4

42” Viera Panasonic TV

Petrol Waterblaster

Rover Lawnmower

FREE!!

ID 31744

$150

ID 31743

$2,600

ID 28333

Reasonable Offers

ID 31761

$250

ID 31419

$250

ID 31417

Murray Yard-King Ride-on Mower

Thumper 4x4 Air Compressor

Nissan Navara D21 Kingcab

Yakima Rocketbox Pro 12

Nissan Navara TD27t Manual

Chook House

$1,150

ID 31329

$130

ID 31238

$3,500

ID 29769

$350

ID 31731

$3,550

ID 30707

$700

ID 26913

3 Elephants

Antique Furniture

Bentwood French Rocker

1998 Honda Accord

Foot joy DNA Golf Shoes

Teardrop Camper

$25

ID 31758

See Seller

ID 31724

$350

ID 31714

$2,500

ID 31476

$50

ID 31732

$6,000

ID 31257

2004 Ford Courier With Dog Box

Three-piece Lounge Suite

Romess Potbelly Stove

Mercedes Benz C230

Old Scales

Nomad Nifty Awning

$12,000

ID 31327

$1,250

ID 31733

$500

ID 31184

$8,500

ID 31191

$30

ID 31182

$800

ID 31751

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