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Talk to over 10,000 visitors in 3 days

Contact Lisa on 021 800 809

Derek’s daily visit to hot pools

a way to relax and meet friends

GOING FOR a soak in the

seaside hot pools at New

Brighton has almost become a

daily relaxation ritual for retiree

Derek Lowe.

The 84-year-old visited He

Puna Taimoana hot pools for

the first time shortly after they

opened in late May last year and

enjoyed the experience so much

that he immediately bought a

30-day pass.

Twelve months on and he’s

one of the hot pools most

frequent guests, visiting most

weekdays for a relaxing soak and

a friendly natter with staff and

other guests.

“I find it very relaxing,’’ says

Lowe.

On most of his He Puna

Taimoana visits the St Martins

resident takes a book with him.

He has a favourite corner in the

hottest pool where he likes to sit

and read for 30 to 40 minutes

before he goes into the sauna.

After about 10 minutes in the

sauna, he cools himself off by

jumping in the cold plunge pool

before going for a quick swim.

It’s therapeutic for the body,

Lowe believes, but the physical

benefits that he gains are only

part of the reason that he keeps

coming back.

• Turn to page 3 THERAPEUTIC: Derek Lowe with his book in the seaside hot pools. PHOTO: NEWSLINE

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Top life saving volunteers honoured

SURF LIFE saver Kirsty Cullen

has been named volunteer of

the year in recognition of her

contributions.

Cullen, of the New Brighton

Surf Life Saving Club, has

contributed to Canterbury as a

lifeguard examiner and school

instructor, course facilitator and

event water safety co-ordinator.

The achievement was

part of Surf Life Saving

NZ’s Canterbury Awards

of Excellence, where top

volunteers, athletes and surf

lifeguards were honoured at a

ceremony last week.

“Kirsty gives up countless

hours within her own club

and throughout the region to

Canterbury Awards of

Excellence 2021 winners

Surf sport awards

Surf Official of the Year

– Myffy Roberts, New

Brighton Surf Lifesaving

Club

The Shanks Family Event

Guard of the Year – Jessica

Larson, Sumner SLSC

Coach of the Year – Nick

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OUTSTANDING: 2021 Volunteer of the Year, Kirsty

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ensure she can make lifesaving

as enjoyable as possible for

Canterbury Team of the

Year – Taylors Mistake Open

Male Pool Rescue Relay

Te Onepoto Award

for Junior Surf Coaching

– Julie Jorgensen, South

Brighton SLSC

Te Onepoto Award for

Junior Surf Service – James

Murphy, Kotuku SLSC

Sports Person of the

Year – Taylor Chamberlain,

Taylors Mistake SLSC

General awards

Innovation of the Year

– Emily B Drifter Project,

everyone involved,” said SLSNZ

southern region sport manager

Kotuku SLSC

Volunteer of the Year –

Kirsty Cullen, New Brighton

SLSC

Lifesaving awards

Rookie Lifeguard of

the Year – Bradan Foster,

Sumner SLSC

Rescue of the Year

– Taylors Mistake Mass

Rescue, January 2021

V.S.E Trophy Regional

Lifeguard of the Year –

Jackson Smith, Waimairi

SLSC

Beach Education

Instructor of the Year – Kelly

Luke Smith. “We can’t thank her

enough.”

The awards celebrated volunteers

who have gone the extra

mile, dedicating numerous

hours to their club and excelling

in lifesaving sport.

This season, Canterbury

lifeguards completed 91 rescues,

208 assists to safety and 44

searches, while 33,919 people

were involved in 17,895 preventative

actions.

The Canterbury awards

acknowledge volunteers

from clubs across the region,

including Spencer Park,

Waimairi Beach, North Beach,

North and South New Brighton,

Sumner and Taylors Mistake.

Baker, Waimairi, SLSC

Instructor of the Year –

Lewis Elliot, Sumner SLSC

Patrol Support of the Year

– Angela Lambert, Kotuku

SLSC

Lifeguard of the Year

– Danny Schefer, Taylors

Mistake Surf Life Saving

Club

Volunteer of the Year –

Mike Smith, Taylors Mistake

SLSC

Patrol Club of the Year –

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Club of the Year – South

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More than

120,000 people

have visited pools

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Lowe says he has formed new

friendships – and rediscovered old

ones – through his regular visits to

the hot pools.

“I used to live on Banks Peninsula

and I’ve met people at the

pools who I used to know from

there and it’s been lovely to catchup

with them. I’m also meeting

new people all the time – you get

chatting away and meet all sorts of

interesting people.’’

In the year since He Puna Taimoana

opened, it has welcomed

about 120,000 people.

He Puna Taiamoana manager

Merryn Skipper says that like

Lowe, many of the regular guests

strike-up friendships with other

pool users.

“They often meet each other

while relaxing in the pools or the

sauna and end up socialising outside

the facility too,’’ Skipper said.

“We really enjoy seeing strong

community connections being

forged between our guests because

connecting socially is so important

for people’s wellness, particularly

in the challenging times we’ve

been living through because of

Covid-19.’’

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St Faith’s - the

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The historic stone church where

thousands of sermons and weddings have

taken place over the past 96 years is a

pillar of the New Brighton community.

The artwork and beauty of the old stone

church holds an endearing spot in the

hearts of families far and wide. A place

where people gather to learn, grow, and

create lasting friendships. A place where

people develop their Christian faith.

Now one of the few remaining ‘Early

English Gothic style’ churches, St Faith’s

will be a Hawke St land-mark, and the

increasing visitors to New Brighton will

have a new attraction, able to admire

the fantastic stained glass windows and

beautiful interior via a newly created

Visitor Centre.

St Faith’s is unique for Christchurch

as part of history and a big part of New

Brighton’s future.

As the coastal suburb’s population was

swelled in the early 1900’s at weekends

by city dwellers spending time-out and

having ‘fun’ in New Brighton, many felt

the need to attend Sunday service and the

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pews to the

Menz Shed for

restoring or

repurposing

existing old building was no longer up to

it.

The Port Hills stone church was

constructed in 1925 to replace the 1886

wooden one built on land donated by

James Hawkes. There is still an original

ornate window and internal door in the

current community hall (old Sunday

School erected in 1945) from that church,

known in its day as the Beach Church.

The church restoration and earthquake

strengthening is getting under way.

The goal is to remain a pillar of the

community as a place to meet, worship,

serve, learn, and support each other.

The church leaders are excited for the

newfound extension of life for the church

which means so much to so many. The

approved design is underway as well and

continued fundraising efforts for their

auxiliary building including kitchen

facilities and a toilet area.

“We are delighted by the response so

many people had when we sold the pews

last month,” says Katrina Hill, Vicar.

“People wanted a piece of history to hang

onto and to share with future generations.

St Faith’s wants to share how much we

appreciate the New Brighton community.

Including St Andrew’s who we were able

to help at a time when they needed it,

and who are now reciprocating with their

donation.”

St Faith’s and its Te Waka Aroha

community programmes have been

home to an Artisan Shed, Men’s Shed, a

community fridge and veggie co-op, craft

groups and many other classes, activities,

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Coastal New Brighton

Timebank off to a strong start

Covid isolation opened the doors

for new ideas to spring forth,

one of those being the Coastal

New Brighton Timebank. Once

the “all clear” was announced by

the government to interact and

move about, the Coastal New

Brighton Timebank which was

the brainchild of Samantha Fay,

was born.

“When I was reconnecting with many

of my neighbours, they said how they

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during lockdown. I had previously heard

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that time credit or their accrued time

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1 hour of help = 1 time hour.

What is the benefit of

getting involved in a time

bank?

It creates an opportunity to get

to know your neighbourhood.

This happens through friendly

exchanges between community members

and creates a way for stronger, interactive,

and safer communities.

Most of us enjoy helping our

neighbours from time to time. However,

knowing who could use our help, or

where to direct our skills is difficult. A

Timebank can be the organisational piece

to put people together.

There is someone who enjoys and does

not mind doing a task or activity which

another person may be procrastinating to

do or struggling with accomplishing or

feeling overwhelmed and another person

can step in and help and assist with the

task.

The opportunity is created for someone

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Each person has different preferences.

A Timebank offers the opportunity to

Sarah McKay,

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Coordinator

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can get someone else to do the chores you

like the least.

Life can be tough and sometimes you

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“Our community is awesome and has

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was the result of a response to Covid. So

many people had lost their jobs or were

feeling low that getting involved with

helping another person offered a sense of

worthiness and hope and friendship.”

Check out their Facebook Page Coastal

New Brighton Time Bank. Or feel free

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New Brighton Surf Club halfway

through a new build

The New Brighton Surf Life Saving

Club, one of four countrywide surf

clubs founded in 1910 is on track for the

summer opening of their new purpose

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The rebuild started last July and is

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The build has been going smoothly

Seaview development brings life to the

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More than 65 new homes will be built

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The mixed residential housing

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thanks to the expertise of City Care who

have taken on the building contract

guided by South by Southeast architects.

The club is amazed with the progress

that has been made so far, all being done

with volunteer hours. The rebuild has had

tremendous support in their fundraising

efforts from the community, builders, and

the local government.

The intrinsically designed structure

will have several rooms which will house

community events. The new build is

designed to allow people to sit under

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Sirloin roast pork

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Ingredients

Serves 3-4

500g trim pork sirloin

roast or mini roast

1 tbsp olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

4 small apples

3/4 cup fresh breadcrumbs

2 tbsp finely chopped sage

leaves

1 shallot, diced

1tsp crushed garlic

2 tbsp table spread

Directions

Preheat oven to 200 deg C.

If using a traditional

roast, brush it with oil

then season with salt and

pepper.

Core apples with an apple

corer. Using tip of a sharp

knife, cut through skin

around the circumference

of each apple.

Combine breadcrumbs,

sage, garlic, salt, pepper and

shallot. Mix in 1 tablespoon

of spread. Stuff apples with

this mixture.

Dot tops with remaining

tablespread.

Place in a roasting pan

with pork. Cook roast

for 35min according to

packet instructions. Cook

traditional roast for 10

minutes at 200 deg C.

Reduce heat to 160 deg C,

and continue cooking for

35-40min.

Cover and rest roast for

10min before carving.

Remove apples once soft

and cooked. Keep warm.

Great served with a kumara

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Pork sirloin and stuffed apples are a good

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pork

Serves 4

Ingredients

500gm pork steaks

1 tbsp wholegrain

mustard

¼ cup pomegranate glaze

1 tsp Chinese five-spice

Directions

Cut steaks into four portions.

Combine mustard,

pomegranate glaze and five

spice.

Brush over cutlets. Cover

and refrigerate for 30min.

Preheat a barbecue or grill.

Remove steaks from fridge,

scraping off any excess

marinade. Grill on mediumhigh

for about 8-10 minutes

depending on thickness,

turning often.

Brush with reserved glaze

near the end of cooking.

Great served with risotto or

creamy polenta.

Schnitzel with Asian

flavours

Serves 4

Ingredients

300-400gm pork schnitzel

½ cup flour

Flaky sea salt and freshly

ground black pepper to

taste

1 large egg

2 tbsp coconut milk or

plain milk

1 cup dried breadcrumbs

3 kaffir lime leaves,

deveined and finely

chopped

2 tbsp each: chopped

coriander leaves, mint

2-3 tbsp rice bran oil

Directions

If necessary, pound

schnitzels with a rolling pin

until thin.

Combine flour, salt and

pepper in a shallow dish.

Whisk egg and coconut

milk or milk in another

shallow bowl.

Place breadcrumbs, kaffir

lime leaves and chopped

herbs in a third shallow

dish.

Coat schnitzels with flour,

dip in beaten egg, then coat

with crumb mixture. Chill

for 5min.

Heat oil in a large,

non-stick frying pan on

medium.

Add schnitzels. Cook

for 1-2 minutes each

side, until golden. Serve

immediately.

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for farm and rural residents around the

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in rural communities, through their home

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RDP began its home heating diesel delivery

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Customer demand has continued to increase

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are and how far away they are from their next

delivery stop.

RDP’s home heating diesel trucks come

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without having to enter the property, avoiding

damaging the driveway. RDP is the place to

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HOME & HEATING

Ground moisture barrier

under low sub-floor

Now with the colder and wetter weather on

its way, home owners are focusing on ways

to make their homes comfortable, warm

and healthy for their families throughout

winter. Rising damp is an issue that affects

many of our older properties which suffer

from poor, or no, ground moisture barrier.

In Canterbury especially, post-quake, many

people have relocated to homes that suffer

from rising damp which can be associated

with health problems. Independent tests have

shown that up to 40 litres of water can rise

from the ground and enter a house every day,

leading to mildew, mould, condensation and

musty smells. Moulds can produce various

allergic reactions and the frail, elderly and

very young are especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a

locally owned and operated firm. The team

understands the problems caused by rising

damp and are there to help. They will come

to your damp home and pump a lightweight,

flowable foam concrete under your timber

floored home.

While insulation is important, it has been

recognised that it is dampness that is the real

villain in the house. The new Healthy Homes

Standards introduced by the government

effective from the 1st July 2019 now has

a requirement to install ground moisture

barriers, a key element in the armory to fight

moisture in the home.

Dr Larry Bellamy BE (hons) PhD in a

report dated 1988: Foam Concrete Under

Timber Floors: An Energy Analysis assessed

the effects of placing Foam Concrete over

damp soil and had this to say: Condensation

on the underside of a timber floor can occur

where the floor is suspended over damp

ground and the inside air temperature falls

close to the crawl space air temperature.

Much energy is required to vaporize moisture

that penetrates the structure. By avoiding

underfloor condensation, foam concrete can

reduce floor heat losses by up to 90%.

• Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd can in most

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• BRANZ Appraised; Appraisal Number 961

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• We offer a free measure and quote in the

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• Assessments can be made in all other

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Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd

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Phone 03 376 4608, 0508FOAMCO or

www.foamconcrete.nz for more information.

The importance

of air quality

The quality of the air we breathe affects

our health and ability to perform. We

breathe in and out approximately 20,000

litres of air every day. It is therefore very

important to ensure good air quality

indoors through adequate ventilation.

Ventilation is the process of air exchange

to provide the necessary air quality that

meets the needs of the occupants for clean,

fresh air. Low oxygen with high carbon

dioxide causes stuffiness in the room

and occupants can feel drowsy. Invisible

harmful substances like a high content

of dust and tobacco smoke are harmful

and can cause various diseases. Even bad

smells can cause discomfort or irritate the

nervous system.

In summer, it’s easy to open windows

for cross ventilation, however as winter

approaches, we start to shut up out houses

to trap in the heat and as a

result, air quality can decline.

Ventilation includes both

the exchange of air to the

outside as well as circulation

of air within the building. It

is one of the most important

factors for maintaining

acceptable indoor air quality

in buildings. Filtered air

supply for summer and

filtered and warmed air in

winter creates a healthy

environment in which to live

and work. In cases with poor

or insufficient air intake from

outside, the oxygen content decreases,

humidity and dustiness levels increase. If

exhaust ventilation is not provided or it is

not effective, polluted air, smells, humidity

and harmful substances are not removed.

To ensure the quality of your air, contact

the experts. Smooth-Air Products can

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They have an extensive range of fans

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Churchill & Son

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Get your home ready

for Winter!

Number 8

Fan Heater

Number 8

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7.4m 2 coverage.

428025

$52 11

$55 42 $61 61 $78 77

Expol

Underfloor Insulation

R1.4, 360 x 1200mm

12 Panels

Designed to insulate your

home by fitting snuggly

between the timber floor joists.

Fire and moisture resistant.

Recyclable. Made in NZ.

122817

Expol

Underfloor Insulation

R1.4, 410 x 1200mm

11 Panels

Designed to insulate your

home by fitting snuggly

between the timber floor joists.

Fire and moisture resistant.

Recyclable. Made in NZ.

122818

Expol

Underfloor Insulation

R1.4, 560 x 1200mm

9 Panels

Designed to insulate your

home by fitting snuggly

between the timber floor joists.

Fire and moisture resistant.

Recyclable. Made in NZ.

122820

Expol

Black Underfloor

Insulation R1.8, 360 x

1200mm 12 Panels

Designed to insulate your home

by fitting snuggly between

the timber floor joists. Infused

with graphite, which makes it

30% more efficient than other

polystyrene. Fire and moisture

resistant. Recyclable. Made in NZ.

131743

$69 98 $73 76 $79 98 $91 88

Healthy homes start here

Our homes play an important role in our lives

It’s estimated that 70% of a person’s time is spent inside their home, so it should be a place we feel

safe, healthy and comfortable in.

On average, a New Zealand household spends around $2,500 per year on energy and heating. A healthy home is one that is warm

and dry, connected with nature, and uses energy and water efficiently - saving you money.

Whether you’re a homeowner, renter or landlord looking to comply with the Healthy Homes Standards, there are lots of big and

small changes that can make a home healthier.

Visit mitre10.co.nz/healthyhomes to find out how we can help you make your home healthier.

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A fresh coat of paint inside!

Scotch

Duct Tape

Medium adhesion. Moisture resistant. Sealing, holding,

bundling, identifying.

224067

Accent

Gap Filler 300ml

Excellent for small repair jobs. Interior use.

342672

Stanley

3 Piece Premium

Paint Roller Kit

Combines the most

popular applicators

to offer paint project

solution, for great

value.

342709

Number 8

Paint Brush 5Pc Set

287460

$5.36 each

2 for $ 9

$4.99 each

2 for $ 9

Was

$10

$14.56

now

56

$10 98

Stanley

4 Piece Paint

Brush Set

Suitable for all paints.

Includes sizes 25mm,

50mm and 63mm.

350068

PAL

EeZee Patchfilla

Multipurpose

Filler

Repairs cracks

in plasterboard,

concrete, and stone.

Quick and easy to use.

Cleans up in water.

370629

Crown

Ceiling Paint

Flat waterborne ceiling

paint. Low odour. Easy clean

up in water. White. 10 litre.

337689

Valspar

Water based

Enamel Trim

Gloss 4Lt

For interior and

exterior use.

30-minute dry

touch. Recoat

after 2 hours.

277576

Was

$15

$20.49

now

49

Was

$16

$19.34

now

Was

$49

$69.98

now

98

$110

Wagner

W100 Paint

Sprayer

For solvent or waterbased

wood and

metal paints. Ideal

for small to medium

sized projects.

326648

Valspar

Primer Sealer

Undercoat 10Lt

For interior and

exterior use. 4-hour

dry touch. Recoat

after 24 hours.

Undercoat that

prepares your wall

surface for new

colours.

277519

$110

$165

Valspar

Interior Paint And Primer 10Lt

Designed to protect and decorate your home. For interior use.

Paint and primer in one. 30-minute dry touch. Recoat after 2

hours.

277533

Wagner

Control Pro

150 Airless

Paint

Sprayer

An airless piston

pump for small

to medium

projects.

337903

$155

Was

$499

$545

now

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Sort your indoor spaces!

Clean!

tiDy!

Number 8

All Purpose Wipes

50 perforated sheets per roll.

274672

$7.98 each

2 for $ 10

Nano

Alcohol

Wipes

Kills up to

99.99% of germs.

80 per pack.

366547

$9.98 each

2 for $ 15

IP Plastics

Stackable GT

Cubes

Recyclable.

H:290mm, W: 325,

L:355mm. 28 Litre.

181269

$15 95

Ledge

Floating Shelves 3 in 1 Cubeline

Stylish. Modern. Easy to install. Perfect for storage or

decoration.

347919

$39 99

Surf

Laundry Powder

Brilliant clean and added

softness. Keeps clothes

smelling fresh. 6kg.

362365

Was $27.98

now

$ 15

Sheffield

Steam Mop 1300w

Deep cleaning. Lightweight

and easy to manoeuvre.

Easy fill tank.

350784

Was

$49

$77.98

now

98

Nouveau

Ottoman

H: 38cm, W: 76cm, D:

38cm. Storage space

inside. Folds flat

when not in use. Max

loading weight: 120kg.

351436

$49

ClickClack

10 Piece Pantry

Storage Set

A complete pantry

storage solution.

376718

Was $149

now

$ 99

DeCorate!

Living Colour

Indoor Flowering

Cyclamen

Popular, easy care, house

plants. 140mm pot.

149053

Was $12.98

now

$ 7 98

Enrich With

Nature Ceramics

Isla Indoor

Ceramic Pot 12cm

Champagne

369484

$11 98

Orbit Lighting

Fastfit Table Lamp x2

60 watt. Not too big not too

small. This lamp is finished

with a white gloss ceramic

base and white shade.

377126

Living Interiors

Monstera

Deliciosa

An attractive indoor

foliage plant. 1.5

litre pot.

346210

$19 98 $34 97

Living Interiors

Ficus Robusta 10cm

Air purifier. Highly resistant

to pests. High transpiration

rate so a perfect humidifier.

346211

Effects

Jute Rug 60 x 90cm

Made to withstand a decent

amount of foot traffic.

306968

Effects

Moroccan Rug

with Tassels

H: 600mm, W: 900mm.

Great for indoors.

327324

Philodendron

Neon 15cm

Bright neon lime yellow

heart-shaped leaves.

378755

$34 97 $36 99 $39 98 $59 98

Prices valid until June 9th or while stocks last

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

1005 Ferry Road. Christchurch

Phone: 366 6306

Find us at: /MEGAFerrymead

Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday:

7am – 7pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:

8am – 6pm

www.mitre10.co.nz/local/MegaFerrymead

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