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ETHAN DE Rose was studying for his

year 13 exams when he got a message

from his mother, saying he’d been

selected for the New Zealand Winter

Youth Olympic Games team.

The 17-year-old short track speed skater

from Shirley Boys’ High School will

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FAST: Ethan de Rose will aim to be out in front again when he competes at the

2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Switzerland and France in January. ​

compete in the 500m, 1000m and mixed

nation relay at the Lausanne 2020 Winter

Youth Olympic Games from January 9 to

22 in Switzerland and France.

De Rose said making the New Zealand

team is a dream come true.

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Speeding

buses

put pupils

in danger

• By Matt Slaughter

SPEEDING BUSES in Bromley

are putting school pupils in

danger.

Keighleys Rd resident and

Bromley School teacher Cathy

Baker said she has seen buses in

the area reach about 60km/h in

50km/h zones.

“They are pretty fast and we

have a lot of children on bikes and

scooters.”

She said options need to

considered to slow the buses

down, which is why residents are

set to meet with the Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board and city council staff today

at 5.30pm. Residents will also raise

the issue of buses travelling too

fast along Ruru Rd and Hay St,

near the Maces Rd bus depot.

Environment Canterbury,

which manages the Metro bus

service, will not be at the meeting.

However, ECan senior manager of

public transport Stewart Gibbon

said since 2016, it has received five

complaints about buses speeding

in the area.

“We are aware that some

residents have raised concerns

about the potential speed of heavy

vehicles in this area,” he said.

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Best barista for hot pools cafe

NEW ZEALAND’S top barista

is pairing up with his brotherin-law

to run the café in the

new hot pools complex in New

Brighton.

Dove Chen and Eddy Yu have

been granted the lease to run the

café at He Puna Taimoana and

will co-manage the business.

The pair are brothers-in-laws

and have years of experience in

the café and hospitality industry

in Christchurch and Hamilton.

Mr Chen has twice won the

New Zealand Barista Championships

– once in 2017 and again

in 2019.

Earlier this year he represented

New Zealand at the

World Barista Championships in

Boston, where he ranked 12 th in

the world.

He has recently started his

own roasting company and

owns a successful café in Hamilton.

The brothers-in-law say they

are “absolutely thrilled’’ to have

the opportunity to run the café

at He Puna Taimoana.

They hope the hot pools complex

and café will act as the proverbial

watering hole – a place

where the local community can

meet and enjoy a soak and then

have a coffee and a nourishing

meal.

BEAN ME UP: New Zealand’s top barista Dove Chen and his brother in law will run the cafe at

He Puna Taimoana in New Brighton.

PHOTO: NEWSLINE ​

“We will bring in some great

new ideas to the café business

with an aim to provide fantastic

service and remarkable food and

coffee to our customers,’’ Mr Yu

says.

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox

says he is delighted to have such

experienced operators for the He

Puna Taimoana cafe.

“Securing Dove Chen and

Eddy Yu to operate the cafe is

fantastic. Without a doubt, their

experience will make He Puna

Taimoana a regional attraction

we will all be proud of,’’ Mr Cox

says.

He Puna Taimoana is

scheduled to open in March

next year. It will have five

outdoor pools for year-round

use, as well as a sauna and steam

room.

The café will be open to

both pool-users and beachside

customers.

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Vandals destroy fruit trees

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• By Jess Gibson

Tuesday November 12 2019

SEVERAL FRUIT trees in a

community food garden were cut

down by vandals on Thursday

night.

A woman discovered the

damaged trees at Radley Park,

Woolston, while she was out

walking her dog on Friday

morning.

They were part of the Roimata

Food Commons initiative,

which promotes healthy eating

by providing free fruit and

vegetables.

Volunteer project manager

Michael Reynolds was devastated

to hear the eight trees had been

destroyed.

“I went down straight away.

It wasn’t something I thought

would happen as we get so much

positive feedback on what we do,”

he said.

Four apple trees and an apricot

tree were well established with

fruit starting to grow, while two

more apple trees and a hazelnut

tree were recently planted.

Mr Reynolds is running a

$20,000 crowdfunding campaign

to hire a manager for the

volunteer-run commons to look

after the 2.6ha alongside the

Heathcote River.

Once fully grown, the park will

have about 90 heritage fruit trees,

as well as nut trees and vegetable

plants. Mr Reynolds describes

the area as a “food forest.”

Work has also started on a new

separate community garden,

which will cover 400 sq m.

The initiative helps people

reduce their food costs by saving

on fresh produce.

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projects/6311-kaitiaki-roimata-food-commons

DEVASTATED:

Several fruit

trees were

cut down by

vandals at a

community

garden in

Radley Park,

Woolston.

Mr Reynolds thought the trees

may have been cut down by

someone who did not understand

the idea behind the initiative.

“It just shows that we’ve got to

keep engaging the community

so that everyone understands

what we are trying to achieve.

Incidents like this just show

that we haven’t quite reached

everyone.”

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HAVE YOUR SAY: Have you seen buses speeding

in Bromley or other parts of the city? Email your

experiences to matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi

Residents raise concerns

over speeding buses

Said Mr Gibbon: “Our

expectation is that drivers

operating Metro services drive

in a safe manner and comply

with all road rules.

“We understand the . . .

community board is considering

this issue currently. This is good

because if there is an issue with

the speed of heavy

vehicles in the area,

the city council, as

the road controlling

authority, has the

ability to put in place

remedies.”

Go Bus South Island

regional general

manager Ben Barlow

could not be reached

for comment on the

issue.

Linwood Ward city councillor

Yani Johanson said residents are

frustrated with the impact of

speeding buses.

“The complaint that residents

have had is that they’re [buses]

speeding and they’re causing a

lot of excessive vibrations and

they’re finding it really hard to

sleep at night. It’s quite often

early in the morning or late

at night. They’ve repeatedly

complained to ECan, Go Bus

and council, and they’re just not

Yani Johanson

satisfied that things have been

done.”

He said implementing heavy

vehicle restrictions on the

roads used by buses may be one

solution.

“We do need to put a heavy

vehicle restriction onto the

streets, and then before that we

need to also as a community

board write to ECan just

expressing our concern.”

Said city council

operations transport

manager Steffan Thomas:

“[City council] staff do

not recommend heavy

vehicle restrictions for

Hay St and Ruru Rd

because these roads are

intended to be a through

route linking the arterial

roads and residential and

industrial areas.

“Council is aware that some

residents may experience

vibrations when heavy vehicles

drive past. If problem locations

can be identified and reported

to council, staff can investigate

potential repairs to the road,” he

said.

Cr Johanson said bus drivers

should be encouraged to obey

the speed limit, particularly

when using streets near the

Maces Rd depot.

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Tuesday November 12 2019 5

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A dog’s life no more for these pooches

• By Sophie Cornish

FOR ALMOST three years

Sapphire waited at a dog shelter

in the hope that someone would

take her home.

Luckily for Sapphire, her

soon-to-be owner was familiar

in dealing with challenging

canines.

Jennifer Hooper’s other dog,

Stark, was adopted into her family

from a chequered, violent past.

Stark arrived at Christchurch

Bull Breed Rescue after a vet who

was supposed to euthanise him

believed he deserved a better life.

After being rescued from a

gang house during a police raid

in Porirua, Stark was found with

cigarette burns on his body and

severely damaged ears.

Said Woolston’s Mrs Hooper:

“We’ve always had dogs but for

better use of a word, we were reasonably

snobby about it, we had

expensive dogs. We had a bichon

frise and a siberian husky.

“But, never again. When you

see the difference in rescue dogs,

what they bring into your family,

we would only go with rescue dogs

again in the future.”

Mrs Hooper’s latest challenge

was to build a relationship

between Sapphire and Stark,

so Sapphire could be adopted,

almost three years after CBBR

picked her up in 2016, when she

was 11-months-old.

PALS: Jennifer Hooper

with Sapphire (left) and

Stark.

CBBR founder Abbey van der

Plas said little was known about

her life before the shelter.

Said Mrs Hooper: “We got

Sapphire home after a very long

process of training. When I say

training, that’s me being trained

in how to look after her.”

Sapphire’s ‘quirks’ meant Mrs

Hooper visited the shelter weekly

for six weeks to become familiar

with her, with the help of one of

the volunteers, Denise Balloch.

Public outings were also required

to get Sapphire comfortable with

being around strangers.

Then later, Mrs Hooper would

bring Stark along and eventually

they went on ‘doggie dates’ and

had ‘doggie sleepovers.’

“I knew it was a massive commitment

to take on a dog like

that. My work was really flexible

and I was able to go in later, so

I could be at the shelter. I was

at the shelter for about three or

four hours per week. Then later I

began picking Sapphire up also,

two times a week.’’

After five months of this,

Sapphire’s adoption papers were

signed, late last month.

She has been living with her

new family, Mrs Hooper, her

husband and two sons, aged 19

and 21.

“She still sleeps in a crate, for

routine. But whoever is up first

in the morning will let her out

and she will hop into bed with

whoever is still sleeping,’’ she

said.

A happy ending has come

for a heavily pregnant dog

found wandering the streets

in Papanui.

Lola and her five puppies

were surrendered to the

care of SPCA and now all

but one have now been

adopted.

SPCA senior animal

welfare inspector Samantha

Cairns said Lola was found

wandering the streets and

was so heavily pregnant,

staff were able to see the

puppies moving inside her.

“She was very obviously

heavily pregnant. We didn’t

want her having babies on

the street.”

Lola’s owner was found,

but it was decided the best

for the dog was for her to be

surrendered to the care of

SPCA.

Now, Lola has been

adopted by an SPCA staff

member.

“Esta is one of our senior

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She was working with her

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Tuesday November 12 2019

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Behind the gates of this understated 1970's

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kitchen, conveniently positioned scullery/laundry

which cleverly blend as a visual extension of the

kitchen. Sun-drenched living spaces, with ranch

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comfort for all the seasons. Two bathrooms to

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One size and one shape definitely

does not fit all. One weekend recently,

I had the pleasure of joining a tour of

architectural homes which championed

the principles of energy awareness and

conservation, amongst other things.

Style over size was evident amongst all

the individual and specific architectural

signatures, as was the variation of

spatial configurations, and this has

caused me to reflect on the increasing

popularity of smaller properties and

the acceptance of different ways of

doing things.

Firstly, size. Not small, as in ‘let’s fit your entire

life into a caravan’, but small as in compact,

thoughtful and clever, is enjoying an increase in

popularity throughout our region. The restraint

required to ‘live smaller’ would be too much for

me and it’s no secret that I have a maximalist

rather than a minimalist approach, but I can

definitely appreciate why this trend is gaining

momentum nationally and internationally.

Millennials wanting a chance to get onto the

property ladder are considering alternatives

to the types of properties their parents might

have started with, and size features strongly in

this equation, whilst retirees are wanting to turn

things on their head and look to a similar lifestyle

and property, but smaller, having been there and

done that.

One of the reasons for considering a smaller

dwelling is obvious: energy efficiency. A smaller

house should be easier to heat, and this flows

The BIG trend

of going SMALL

directly on to a reduced cost. A smaller ecological

footprint, helping both your pocket and our

planet. Solar-powered options feature, as do

passive heating methods based around a house’s

orientation and construction. Excess materials,

color choices and furniture are all pared back, and

clever storage options become all-important.

The other notable element in choosing to live

like this is that your community and your city

surroundings take on a whole new meaning, and

with ‘intimate’ (my word for ‘tiny’!) garden spaces,

you can see the merit in this. The park next-door

acts as your garden and the city, your backyard –

and potentially a scooter replaces your car.

For me, it seems like the easiest time to make a

decision to commit to this lifestyle would be when

you first start out and don’t have much or later

when you have so much that you think, ‘I now want

less’. That middle period with kids, cars, bikes and

all the other stuff that comes with life would make

it too hard for some, but as the tour I’ve referred to

has taught me, not everyone feels this way. Therein

lies the beauty of the times we live in and the

choices we have.

One size certainly doesn’t fit all – nor is it expected

too – and it just so happens that there are

architects, builders, developers and designers

thinking the same way. It makes for an engaging

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Tuesday November 12 2019 7

News

Former gang pad for sale

• By Sophie Cornish

A FORMER gang pad

previously home to members

of the Hells Angels, Nomads

and Devils Henchmen is up

for sale in Woolston.

The Maunsell St property

is being sold by two

agents, one from Ray White

and one from Cowdy Real

Estate.

The ‘as is where is’ property

is advertised as a used

“clubhouse” which is “very

secure being well gated and

fenced.”

Said the listing: “Superb,

affordable opportunity in the

heart of Woolston.

“Advantaged by several

outbuildings, large converted

garage and a big backyard.”

Its rateable value is

$390,000 but the starting

price is listed as $260,000.

Ray White agent Bryan

Ashworth said he was aware

of the property’s history.

“It has a previous history

like a lot of houses that have

a previous history,” Mr

Ashworth said.

The Star understands

ownership of the property

changed hands recently

and it is now owned by the

Cadillac Trust.

No one is currently living

at the property.

CLUBHOUSE: The Maunsell St property in

Woolston was home to members of the Hells

Angels, Nomads and Devils Henchmen.

Man with bow and arrow

sought after lamb shot

• By Jess Gibson

POLICE WANT to know

whether reports of a man

seen carrying a bow and

arrow on the Port Hills

are linked to an incident

involving a lamb being shot

with a crossbow bolt.

Two people were driving

on Summit Rd near

Godley Head Park when

they found a lamb with an

arrow through the front of

its body on October 23 – it

was euthanised the following

day.

Following the incident,

the SPCA launched an

investigation and has since

received a call from someone

who has seen a man

in the area carrying a bow

and arrow.

An SPCA spokeswoman

said the caller reported

having seen the man on “a

couple of occasions,” most

recently at the beginning of

September.

The SPCA’s inspectorate

alerted police to the complaints.

Said Senior Sergeant Roy

Appley: “The police are

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‘The police are very

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this sort of activity’

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‘Exciting time’ ahead

for Linwood College

Heathcote

Ward city

councillor Sara

Templeton

writes about

the Linwood

College

rebuild and making it the

secondary school of choice

in the area

I WAS APPALLED to hear about

the arson at the Linwood College

site on Aldwins Rd last week.

While there has been no

disruption to classes, the fact

someone would set fire to the

old school will have absolutely

impacted students and staff.

Just a few days before, I

had seen the principal, Dick

Edmundson, speaking at the

Future Sumner meeting about

the school, the students and its

plans. The school is currently

operating from at the old

Avonside Girls’ High site, while

Linwood is demolished and

completely rebuilt.

It’s an exciting time and

everyone I talk to is impressed

by the fact it is being designed

by Architectus, the same firm

behind Tūranga. The project is

fully school and ministry-led, not

a public or private partnership,

and the school has also chosen to

take a midway approach between

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to the spaces, but still cater for

modern learning and technology.

Two years ago, after walking

around open nights at various

schools, we enrolled our eldest

child at Linwood. Few parents

from our area made the same

choice, so there were some raised

eyebrows and I have had many

conversations with parents about

how it has gone since then.

It wasn’t easy for her to

choose a school that none of

her friends were going to and

I’m so proud she did. She is

enjoying her high school years

and she is thriving. At end

of year Music Extravaganza,

I watched students show

enormous empathy and support

for each other as they performed

their NCEA assessment pieces,

some performing in front of an

audience for the first time.

I’m really looking forward

to seeing how Linwood

College progresses under Mr

Edmundson’s leadership, and

how the rebuild takes shape and

the community around it grows

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“I was super stoked that

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“I’m extremely happy, I’ve

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De Rose began speed skating

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“I just had a thing for it ever

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“At the start it was more casual

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for Lausanne next year.

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Basketball’s best to play in all-star game

• By Jacob Page

THE BEST secondary school

basketball players in Canterbury

will get their chance to impress

in respective boys and girls

all-star games before the New

Zealand Breakers game at

Horncastle Arena next month.

The Breakers will host the

South East Melbourne Phoenix

on December 20.

Shirley Boys’ High School’s

Greg Rodger, Loyal Patelesio and

Kaleb Chamberlain and, Avonside

Girls’ Brooklyn Powhare

and Kyla Lynch-Brown will take

part in the two curtain-raisers.

The girls game will tip off at

2.10pm and the boys game will

tip off at 3.50pm followed by the

Breakers and Phoenix at

7.30pm.

The high school games come

after the Thomson and Whelan

Trophy season as well as strong

national campaigns where

Cashmere High School finished

fourth in the boys competition

and Christchurch Girls’ High

School finished eighth in the

girls’ grade.

Organiser, Joe Hammond said

the plan was to split the squads

into two even teams to produce

two even encounters.

He said squads were picked

by the top six high school boys

coaches and former Canterbury

Wildcats coach Lori McDaniel.

“It’s been a couple of years

since the game was held, but I

think it’s a great way to recognise

the effort and achievements of

TALENT: Shirley Boys’ High School most valuable players for this season, Loyal Patelesio (left)

and Greg Rodger will take part in the Canterbury high school all-star game at Horncastle Arena

on December 20.

the players throughout

the season,” Mr Hammond

said.

There are also plans to

livestream the two games.

“The Breakers have said the

team will try to watch the concluding

stages of the games so

hopefully it will give the kids a

big buzz.’’

Canterbury high school

all-star boys squad

Josh Book (Christ College),

Mason Whittaker (Christ

College), Noa Price (Rangiora

High School), Lachie McFarlane

(Rangiora High School), Walter

Brown (St Bedes College), Ah-

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Helen Matthews (Kaiapoi

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5pm each Wednesday

Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

appointment)

This group offers assistance

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technology, including computers,

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Facebook, Skype, Word,

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Phone 382 6048 for more

information.

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Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed class

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fee. Those interested are invited to

turn up on the day and see what it

can do for them.

Parklands Community Centre

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

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chair. The cost of the class is $5.50

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Taiora: QE II Recreation and

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Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

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Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

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New Brighton Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-12pm

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Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

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Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

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Comfort and luxury all rolled into one, 2.5 litre V6

engine with automatic trans, looks smart finished

in white with driving lights and 16” alloys, travelled

very low kms, plush interior with woodgrain

accents, reverse camera, push button start, ABS

and multiple airbags, this vehicle will impress!

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2012 fORd falcon

$17,999

One owner from new, FG2 model finished in

kinetic blue, 6 speed tiptronic auto, factory

18” alloys, multiple airbags front and side, 5

star safety rating, good kms, climate air, cruise

control, be hard pressed to find a more cared for

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2006 bmw 320i

$9,999

The 320i is the quintessential European sports

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white with factory body kit, driving lights, rear

boot lip spoiler and 16" alloys, push button start,

good kms, safety of ABS, T/C and 8 airbags,

inspection won't disappoint!

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2004 nissan lafesta

$6,499

Perfect vehicle for the larger family with room to

seat 7, features a 2.0 litre engine with automatic

trans and 4 star fuel efficiency, finished in white,

partial black/blue leather trim, reverse camera,

moon roof, roof rails, very low kms, ABS and

airbags, great buying.

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2006 bmw x3

$15,999

A luxury European 5 door SUV, 2.5 litre engine

with tiptronic trans, great in white, factory body

kit, driving lights, factory 18” M-Sport alloys, black

leather interior, 4 star Euro NCAP, cruise control,

descent control, reverse camera, heated seats,

ABS, T/C, 8 airbags, inspection won’t disappoint!

PLUS

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2007 nissan dualis

$10,999

Sought after 4WD model, looks sleek finished

in black with driving lights and alloys, features

a 2.0 litre engine with tiptronic trans and 4 star

fuel efficiency, moonroof, spoiler, rear wiper,

factory tinted windows, ABS and airbags, won't

last long so don't delay!

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2012 nissan juke

$13,999

Funky mini SUV with unique styling, 1.5 litre engine,

automatic trans and 5 star fuel efficiency, stunning

in wine red with matching black and red interior,

driving lights, rear wiper, reverse camera, push

button start, ABS and airbags, if you prefer to stand

out from the crowd the Juke is a perfect choice!

PLUS

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2010 miTsubishi rvr

$13,999

Popular and well sought after crossover SUV,

features a 1.8 litre engine with tiptronic trans

and 4.5 star fuel efficiency, looks great finished

in dark blue with alloys, adjustable headlights,

very low kms, ABS and airbags, inspection won’t

disappoint!

Registration for 6 months is $301

Value Cars Warehouse

4.72

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

Specialised machines used to

identify auto electrical problems

Auto electricAl specialists, roses

Auto electrical, are experts in repairing

and maintaining all aspects of the

electrical and electronic componentry

found in today’s highly sophisticated

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Their cranford Street workshop

boasts a suite of highly specialised

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team to quickly identify any electrical or

electronic problems in most makes and

models of vehicle and repair them, saving

time for the technicians and cost for the

customer.

roses Auto electrical offer a full range

of electrical services including batteries,

(they are a Battery town agent), which

are fitted free of charge. They also provide

free battery, alternator and starter checks

and install and repair car stereo systems,

alarms, air conditioning, ASB brake

systems and traction control systems.

A recent acquisition for roses Auto

electrical was the Autologic european

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This specialised and highly

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electronic faults in european vehicles.

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REAL ESTATE

Mt Pleasant, delight

2 / 54 Bellview Terrace, Mt Pleasant

Enquiries over $469,000

2 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 1 kitchen | 1 living/dining room

1 car-garage | 1 off-street carpark

Welcome to an absolute winning

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This spacious renovated 110m 2 Belleview

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The home’s inherent warmth is completed

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The layout comprises two double

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The home’s generous dimensions are

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The gardens feature a contemporary

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Easy drive on access to the single internal

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The exciting Ferrymead shopping

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Nissan Maxima

Pink Chair

Toyota Caldina

Mahogany Dining Table & 6 Chairs

Eurotech Oil Heater

Chesterfield Arm Chair

$900

ID 21212

$10

ID 32081

$2,300

ID 32035

$800

ID 32128

$5

ID 31546

See Seller

ID 31916

Toyota Avensis Wagon

2015 Yamaha MT-09 ABS

2011 Toyota Hilux

Great Fishing Boat

Jet Boat - Jet 44 Invader Hull

Solid Kauri Colonial Desk

$7,999

ID 31664

$8,500

ID 25296

$24,0000

ID 32107

$55,000

ID 31132

$5,950

ID 32073

$350

ID 31909

Metal Easel

Aluminium Boat & Warranted Trailer

Large Model Plane

Three Plush Teddies

2004 Honda Fit For Sale

Leather 3-seater Sofa

$200

ID 32071

$2,500

ID 28339

$150

ID 31913

$10

ID 32102

$3,700

ID 31057

$390

ID 31305

Solid Rimu Desk by Gavin Cox

1993 Toyota Estima Emina

1896 Roper Steam Bicycle Replica

Housetruck/Sleepout

NZ New Corolla Wagon

Victorian Porcelain

$550

ID 31910

$3,800

ID 31970

$65,000

ID 31942

$8,000

ID 31888

$4,700

ID 31967

$350

ID 31848

1992 Gibson Firebird V, Mint Mazda MX-5

Small Dehumidifier

Bell Decanters

Tidy VY SS Commodore

Coffee Table - Recycled Hardwood

$3,000

ID 31883

$10,990

ID 26396

$50

ID 31875

$75

ID 31865

$14,750

ID 31800

$375

ID 31869

Ryobi Hedge Cutter

AMW Heavy Duty Scooter

Samsung Fridge/Freezer

FREE Piano

Alloy Jet Boat

Fish Tank, Cabinet & Equipment

$50

ID 31826

$2,995

ID 28336

$225

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ID 31744

$8,000

ID 28259

$300

ID 31653

Couch

Suzuki

2005 Nissan Tiida Latio

Kawasaki ER 650N

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Leather Recliner

$150

ID 31705

$1,200

ID 31703

$4,000

ID 31840

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ID 31687

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

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Phone John on 0800

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+ SUPER DEALS

IN STORE &

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Fairview Recliner

WAS $599

SUPER DEAL!

NOW

$

399

Tahiti

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Majorca

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Capri Single Seater WAS $ 729

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599

Summer!

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Venus Coffee Table WAS $ 499

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429

Miami Round Dining

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