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ZONTA CANTERBURY SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS AWARDS

Para-athlete and touch rugby

star’s achievements rewarded

Kyla

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AVONSIDE GIRLS High School

students starred in the Zonta

Canterbury secondary schools

sports awards announced today.

Speedy para-athlete Sarah

James, 17, and rising touch

rugby and basketball star Kyla

Lynch-Brown, 17, won two of the

six categories at the 30th annual

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Sarah won the award for the

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Aranui Bike Fixup

Thursday, 3pm

Breezes Road Baptist Church, 153

Breezes Rd

Take your bike and have it fixed and

learn repair skills. Second-hand parts

are available to replace things that

are broken. For more information,

check out the Facebook group.

Aranui Bike Fixup is free. If you have

unused bikes that you would like to

donate they would welcome them.

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

Go along to the seaside and enjoy,

live entertainment, great food, fresh

produce, arts, crafts, jewellery and

more. Text 027 517 4250 or email

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Free.

Holy Trinity Avonside parish

fair

Saturday, 9am-12.30pm

168 Stanmore Rd, Linwood

The Holy Trinity Avonside parish

fair will be held wet or fine and has

on offer a wide variety of cakes,

plants, books, craft, trash and treasure,

and morning teas.Free.

Urban crafting event at New

Brighton Stitch-O-Mat

Saturday, from 10am

Surfside Mall, 68 Hawke St

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for some fun urban crafting. They

are creating three giant cross stitches

Waterworks Pumping

Station No 1 pumphouse,

544 Tuam St, Phillipstown.

Phillipstown walk – the changing face of the workplace,

Saturday, 10am. Meet at Lancaster Park, in front of the war memorial

entrance gates. This walk will focus on the industrial and business areas of

Phillipstown including Pumphouse, Ernest Adams, Tuck (the first cloud

kitchen space in Christchurch), Essex Street, including Quality Bakers, the

former Essex Bakery and the former Essex Maternity Home. Book your

space by emailing viviana@phillipstown.org.nz. Free.

using upcycled materials in Brighton

Mall. Open to anyone interested in a

fun and creative event. Free.

Sweet October Tea Party

Sunday, 10.30am

Common Ground 91 Estuary Rd

Everyone is invited to a Sweet

October Tea party hosted by South

Brighton community groups at the

Common Ground as a fundraiser

to support New Zealanders living

with incurable Breast Cancer. Common

Ground is a space designed to

provide the residents of South New

Brighton with a place where they

are able to come together to enjoy

food, music, art and gardening. Free

admission.

The Treasures @ Ōtautahi

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Sunday, 10am-4pm

Treasures @ ŌtautahiRawhiti –

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to head to the east for a day and

discover the playground around the

river to the coast. This is a self guided

event, plan your own route and

visit the Passport locations anytime

throughout the day, then use your

phone to enter codes from each location

into the MyPassport Treasures

page to collect stamps and to be in to

win. Free.

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Thursday October 21 2021 3

Donovan sworn into office

In Brief

as newest city councillor

TUESDAY WAS a big day for

new Coastal Ward city councillor

Celeste Donovan, as she was

officially sworn into office.

Donovan takes a seat at the

council table after winning the

Coastal Ward by-election, replacing

James Daniels who resigned

earlier this year.

Thanking the Coastal Ward

voters for their support, Donovan

promised to make sure their

voice was heard at the council

table.

“It’s a quite a responsibility

being selected to sit around this

table and advocate for both my

beautiful Coastal Ward and the

city as a whole,’’ she said in her

inaugural speech.

“I’ve always been a firm

believer in people, not politics.

The communities that make up

the Coastal Ward need a strong

voice that isn’t afraid to stand up

and take on the challenges of the

future. This is what motivated me

to stand for this position.”

Donovan said she hoped to

have “some part” in shaping a

positive future for the area.

“While it is difficult on council

to be a master of everything,

SIGNING ON:

Newly-elected

city councillor

Celeste Donovan

signs her

declaration of

office as council

chief executive

Dawn Baxendale

and Mayor

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some of the things I will be

focusing on is how do we address

the impacts of climate change,

particularly relating to the coastal

area. How do we do community

engagement in a way that works

for the communities, and how

do we work with people that

have great ideas about enhancing

Christchurch as a great place

to live.’’

NEW LOCATION FOR

ANZAC FRONDS

Construction is underway on a

new home for the Anzac Fronds.

The four frond stands will be

unveiled at the Anzac Drive-

New Brighton Rd intersection

on Monday, November 15.

Repurposed to honour the Anzac

story, the fronds were moved

further around the roundabout

due to safety concerns.

TOY LIBRARY’S FUTURE

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The Parklands Toy Library has

been granted a 15-year lease

at the Parklands Community

Centre. The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board approved the

application, which will provide

the library with certainty for

the future. The library has

been providing toys for hire to

families for over 30 years at the

community centre.

MOVED NOT REMOVED

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Celebrating sporting achievements and

THE 30TH Zonta Sports

Awards have been announced

for 2021.

THe annual awards were

initiated by the Zonta Cub of

Christchurch South in 1990.

THey were

initially a

service project

to celebrate

the sporting

achievements

and

Tamsin Mills

contributions

of talented

young women

but were then expanded to

recognise the achievements of all

young Cantabrians.

Final results:

Category 1 – The award for the

most valued contribution to a

team by a young sports woman

Junior Harris

or sportsman who is not eligible

for nomination in Categories 4

or 6.

Girls winner – Tamsin Mills,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, waterpolo.

Highly commended: Rebecca

Coulson, St Andrew’s College,

rowing.

Finalists: Saskia Simmers,

Rangi Ruru,

volleyball.

Boys winner:

Junior Harris,

St Bede’s College,

rugby.

Highly commended:

Alex

Carrodus, St

Andrew’s, rowing.

Finalists: Max Hill-Cattermole,

Shirley Boys High School,

hockey.

Category 2: The award for

contribution to sports administration

by a young woman and

a young man in a position of

umpire, referee, coach or tutor

Girls winner: Chloe McMurdo,

Christchurch Girls’ High

School, badminton.

Finalists: Maia Jeffs, Papanui

High School, netball. Lilly Okey,

Rangi Ruru , netball. Dayna

Simpson,

Rangi Ruru,

basketball.

Boys winner:

Blake

Richards, St

Andrew’s,

Blake

Richards

waterpolo.

Highly

commended:

Isaac Aitken, Christ’s College,

waterpolo. Callum Hackston,

Christ’s, hockey.

Category 3: The award for the

most outstanding achievement

by a young sports woman and

a young sportsman with a disability.

Girls winner: Sarah James,

Avonside Girls’ High School,

wheelchair racing.

Highly commended: Una Kinajii-Reding,

Rangi Ruru, para

athletics. Alisha Mill, Avonside

Girls’, boccia.

Finalists: Gabriella

Smith,

Christchurch

Girls’, swimming.

Boys winner:

Luka Willems,

Luka

Willems

Papanui,

swimming.

Highly commended:

Jacob Lowson, Papanui,

athletics. Rorie Poff, St Thomas

of Canterbury College.

Finalists: Josh Rae, Papanui,

athletics, cross-country, road

race, tennis. Emerson Toomalatai,

Shirley Boys’ High School,

athletics, rugby league, basketball.

Category 4: The award for the

most outstanding individual

achievement by a young

sportswoman and a young

sportsman specialising in one

sport.

Girls winner: Emily Bowden,

Christchurch Girls’, rowing.

Highly commended: Orla

Fitzgerald, Christchurch

Girls’, rowing. Jorja Miller,

Christchurch Girls’, sevens.

Amelia Sykes, Avonside Girls’,

cycling.

Highlight of the year for award winners

• From page 1

Kyla won the best all round

young sportswoman who has

achieved in more than one

sporting code for her efforts on

the national stage representing

Canterbury in both touch and

basketball.

The annual awards, initiated by

the Zonta Cub of Christchurch

South in 1990 as a service

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of talented young Cantabrians,

are a highlight of the year for

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Both young athletes see 2021 as

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Sarah was awarded para

athlete of the year at the

Canterbury Athletics awards in

June for getting multiple New

Zealand senior women’s T53

wheelchair distance records

and then adding wins at the

national secondary schools

para athletics event, before

completing her first half

marathon at Ruapuna raceway

in 1hr 26m and finishing the

Christchurch Marathon 10km

race in first place with a time

of 35min, knocking 13min

off her previous time from

2018.

Kyla was selected for the New

Zealand under-16 girls touch

rugby team in 2020 and then this

year earned selection for the New

Zealand under-18 years girls

team to compete in the Youth

Trans-Tasman Touch Series in

April 2022.

Her other passion is basketball

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experienced age group regional

representative was being selected

to be part of the Canterbury

High School All Star boys and

girls games played as pre-games

to the Sky Sport NZ Breakers

game at Horncastle Arena in

December 2019.

Two Avonside Girls’ High

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contributions of talented students

Finalist: McKenzie Bailey

McDowell, Kaiapoi High

School, softball. Seraphine Cox,

Christchurch Girls’, fencing. Lose

Faingaanuku, St Andrew’s, netball.

Orla Fitzgerald, Christchurch

Girls’, rowing. Isabella

Galvan, St Andrew’s, netball.

Kiera Hall, Rangi Rurul, athletics-cross-country.

Jess Hendren,

Rangiora High School, athleticshigh

jump. Ruby Hewitt Rangi

Ruru Girls’, skiing- free-ride.

Freya Lodge Whitham, Christchurch

Girls’, football-futsal. Kyla

Lynch-Brown, Avonside Girls’,

touch. Zoe McMeeken, Lincoln

High School, football. Aaliyah

Metcalf, Lincoln, netball. Molly

Moffat, Rangi Ruru, equestrianeventing.

Tessa Reid, Rangi

Ruru, hockey. Pippa Russek,

Emily Bowden

Rangi Ruru, ice hockey. Hannah

Shatford, Christchurch Girls’,

artistic swimming. Molly Spark,

St Andrew’s, multi-sport. Kate

Taylor, Marian College, football.

Georgia Thomson, St Andrew’s,

rowing. Emma Todd, Papanui,

korfball. Eve Weston, Rangi

Ruru, waterpolo.

Boys winner: Joshua Book,

Christ’s, basketball.

Highly commended: Thomas

McGibbon, Cashmere High

School, canoe racing-kayaking.

Finalists: Oliver Cosgrove,

St Thomas of Canterbury,

football. Jack Coulthard, St

Thomas, rugby. Matthew Fairbrother,

Shirley Boys’, mountain

biking-enduro. Lochie Frazer, St

Andrew’s, waterpolo. Charlie Hazlett,

Cashmere, athletics. Isaac

Hutchinson, St Bede’s, rugby.

Tyler Tapa-Wither, St Thomas of

Canterbury, touch. Taiko Torepe-

Ormsby, St Andrew’s, swimming.

Richie Tupuailei, St Thomas,

rugby. Jacob Turner, Rangiora,

mountain biking. Alexander

Wayman, St Bede’s, mountain

biking. Jackson Wright, St Bede’s,

touch.

Category Five: The awards for

the most outstanding team of

young sportswomen and sportsmen

or mixed team.

Girls winner: Burnside High

School, volleyball senior A team.

Highly commended: Rangi

Joshua Book

Ruru, rowing under 18 coxed

eight. Christchurch Girls’, cricket

first XI. Christchurch Girls’, rowing

under 18 coxed four.

Finalists: Burnside High

School, beach volleyball senior

A pair. Rangi Ruru, hockey 1st

XI. Lincoln, clay target shooting.

Christchurch Girls’, cycling,

sevens rugby and rowing-under

18 pair. Rangi Ruru waterpolo

senior team.

Boys winner: Christ’s rowing

under 18 coxed eight.

Highly commended: St Bede’s

sevens rugby.

Finalist: Shirley Boys’ tennis.

Mixed winner: Lincoln touch.

Finalists: St Andrew’s adventure

racing and multisport.

Category Six: The award for

the best all round young sportswoman

and young sportsman

who has achieved in more than

one sporting code

Girls winners: Kyla Lynch-

Brown, Avonside Girls’, touch,

basketball. Tessa Reid, Rangi

Ruru, rowing, hockey.

Finalists: Orla Fitzgerald,

Christchurch Girls’, rowing,

cycling. Georgia Gold, Rangiora

, netball, basketball, touch.

Taylor Holdem, Burnside,

volleyball, football, athletics.

Hayley McKellow, Rangi Ruru

Girls’ cricket, hockey, touch.

Aaliyah Metcalf, Lincoln, netball,

athletics, ki-o-rahi. Jorja Miller,

Christchurch Girls’, sevens,

rugby, highland dancing. Abbey

Moody, Rangi Rurul, waterpolo,

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volleyball. Kate Taylor,

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Boys winner: Liam Alexander,

Christ’s, rowing, hockey.

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John Mottus, Lincoln, ki-o-rahi,

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End of days for

Art-O-Mat

• By John Cosgrove

IT HAS stood for almost six years, but the

solitary Art-O-Mat tiny hut in the New

Brighton Mall will soon have its future

decided.

The Art-O-Mat was developed

and delivered by the Enliven Places

Programme in 2016 as part of the New

Brighton Tiny Huts competition.

The city council said the last of the five

tiny huts has reached the end of its useful

life in the programme, and has offered it to

community groups as a gift.

Urban design, regeneration and heritage

manager Carolyn Ingles said a number of

groups are interested in the asset for their

community projects.

“A decision has not yet been made on

which group will receive the asset,” she

said.

Each of the five tiny huts measured 2m

x 2m, and were installed over the summer

• By John Cosgrove

SPORTS AND recreation groups in the

Pegasus Post area benefited from the recent

round of funding earned from poker

machine proceeds.

The New Zealand Community Trust

handed out $1,424,688 to Canterbury

sports organisations, of which over

$45,000 was allocated to sporting groups

in the Pegasus area.

The North Avon BMX Club secured

$30,000 for a new asphalt pump track for

LAST HUT STANDING: The solitary

Art-O-Mat tiny hut in the New

Brighton Mall may be relocated.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

of 2016/17 to liven up the suburb’s public

spaces and evoke memories of English

seaside beach huts.

The Art-o Mat, designed by

Sasha Samardziska, has seen good service

as a pop-up art space for the display and

sale of art and craft. It is portable and has

been moved to many different locations

around the mall over the years.

Of the five other huts, the interactive

#MyBrightonHut was eventually moved to

the children’s sensory garden in Rawhiti

Domain in 2018, while the Maori-inspired

hut, Te Wharau, designed by Shirley Boys’

High student Manaia Wilson-Moses, was

returned to the school in 2017.

The Shell Chapel, designed by Ting

Lin, near the Pier steps, was removed

in 2017, while the Turret, a two-storey

black hut that could be climbed to get

a better view of the beach, was also

decommissioned.

Pokie proceeds go

to sports groups

their site at Bexley Park, while North Beach

Surf Life Saving Club received $10,000 to

purchase a new surf canoe and oars.

Queenspark School’s $6436 will buy

some new basketball hoops.

Crossroads Youth with a Future from

Aranui will put its grant of $5000 towards

a salary.

The NZCT funds were provided by the

proceeds from poker machines operated

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Methven and Timaru.

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the surgical procedure itself

which is different from a dog

castration.

Hatter, a 6 month old pig

weighing 24kg was neutered

so he didn’t breed with the 2

year old Kune Kune pig, Alice,

both who reside in the house,

often seen draped over the

sofas. Hatter was adopted

when only a few weeks old

as he was found alone on a

sheep farm. He needed round

the clock feeding and nursing

and has ended up being a

great companion for Alice.

Hatter trotted into the clinic and

headed into his hospital run for his

day in the dog ward. Imagine the

dogs surprise seeing a pig walk into

their space. Macy was terrified when

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which is why Kirsty gave Hatter

Midazolam

up his nose

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out before

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Kirsty placed

an intravenous

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which she

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His recovery was fantastic and he

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pickup.

Hatter is really smart and has learnt

commands, enjoys enrichment

games and

lots of cuddles.

When asked

to lie down,

he flops down

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gets on with all

his extended

family including

two Bichons,

Ben and Cooper,

a bossy Turkey

called Ricki and

4 cats. He really

enjoys attention

from visitors and

isn’t scared of

anything.

I wonder

what surgical

challenge

presents itself

next month?

Dr Michele

McMaster

McMaster & Heap


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Thursday October 21 2021 9

Classical meets impromptu at residency

the school as a part of the orchestra’s

‘Karawhiua! Let’s Play!’

school residency programme.

Orchestra co-ordinator

Francesca Lee said the musicians

63 x 180

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schools, conducting diverse

and fun musical-based projects

around the learning theme of arts,” she said.

• By John Cosgrove

UKULELES, BUCKET drums

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Five CSO musicians were at

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‘Space, the Solar System and our

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school residency programme for

many years, and earlier this year

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central Christchurch and Tahunanui

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23. Essential (10)

24. Scope (4)

25. Help (6)

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2. Tidings (4)

3. Tolerable (8)

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5. Associate with (10)

6. Aversion (8)

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15. Brief struggle (8)

17. Cooking pot (8)

18. High jinks (6)

20. Rough shelter (4-2)

22. Portions (6)

24. Con trick (4)

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115

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14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

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9. Earwig, 10. Digs, 11.

Stalactite, 12. Bedaub, 14.

Suppress, 15. Setter, 16.

Aspire, 19. Biathlon, 21.

Unease, 23. Imperative,

24. Span, 25. Assist, 26.

Seafarer.

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3. Passable, 4. Decamp, 5.

Fraternise, 6. Distaste, 8.

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Shares, 24. Scam.

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has, hay, lah, lash, lay, lays,

sal, say, shaly, shay, shy, sly,

slay, yah.

Sudoku

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FERRYMEAD

STORE ENTRANCE

We’ve Got:

• Compactors

• Water Blasters

ENTRY / EXIT

TO HUMPHREYS DRIVE

• Pumps

• Tanks

• Generators

• Concrete Mixers

• Concrete Cutters

GARDEN

CENTRE

HUMPHREYS DR

• Concrete Breakers

• Paddle Floats

• Concrete Vibrators

• Concrete Tools

• Diggers And Excavators

• Self Loading Dumpers

• Tip Trucks

• Rotary Hoes

• Chippers

• Wheelbarrows

• Lawn Rollers

• Lawn Mowers

• Chainsaws

• Hedge Trimmers

• Scrub Cutters

• Blowers

• Trailers

• Electrical Accesories

ENTRY / EXIT

SERVICE ENTRY

ENTRY / EXIT

FERRY ROAD

We deliver • Dumping available • Free courtesy trailer • Open 7 Days.

Now located in our Landscape Zone, 987 Ferry Road.

03 373 6551 admin@handyhire.co.nz

visit www.handyhire.co.nz for more info


16 Thursday October 21 2021

This season’s outdoor

furniture & BBQs

Nouveau

Montego Outdoor Lounge Setting 3 Piece

Set includes 2 double loungers, drinks tray and a coffee

table. Rust resistant powder coated aluminium frame. 100%

FSC teak. Olefin cushions.

354037

$2699

Nouveau

Outdoor

Dining

Setting 5

Piece

Rust resistant

powder coated

aluminium

frame. 5mm

tempered

glass tabletop.

$729

!88168

Charmate

Grady Offset

Smoker&

BBQ Black

Designed for

charcoal or wood.

320981

$699

Nouveau

Siena Outdoor Café Setting 3 Piece

Rust resistant powder coated aluminium frame. Allweather

half round 6mm wicker. Olefin cushions.

353997

$599

Nouveau

Tripoli Outdoor Bench Setting

H: 750mm, W: 2000mm, D: 1780mm.Rust resistant powder

coated aluminium frame. 2-year warranty.

336893

Nouveau

Lorca 4 Piece Lounge Setting

Powder coated aluminium frame. Durable olefin cushions for

added comfort. Wood look design provides elegance of wood

with easy maintenance.

378945

Masport

Maestro

Gas BBQ 4

Burner Blue

LPG. 710 x 460mm

cooking area.

379266

WAS $999

now

$ 899

$999

$899

Weber

Baby Q 1000

LPG BBQ Black

LPG. Up to 100 meals

from one 9kg gas

bottle (not included).

317366

Meteor

Williamette

Gas BBQ 4

Burner

LPG. 50/50 cast

iron hotplate

and grill.

353232

Nouveau

Outdoor Café Setting 3 Piece

Durable E-coating steel bistro setting in dark blue. Set includes

2 single bistro chairs and a bistro table. Fully foldable design

for easy storage.

353998

Nouveau

Montego 5 Piece Bar Setting

Rust-resistant powder coated aluminium frame. FSC teak is

100% sustainably sourced. 3-year warranty.

!89969

$409

$399

$149

$1599

Nouveau

Montego 3 Piece bench Setting

Rust resistant aluminium frame. FSC 100% teak is sustainably

sourced. 3-year warranty.

!89943

Nouveau

Montego Dining Setting 7 Piece

Powder coated aluminium legs. 100% ethically sourced FSC

teak. All weather banana leaf style wicker.

!89845

Nouveau

Lorca Outdoor Lounge & Dining Setting

5 Piece Rust resistant powder coated aluminium frame.

Tempered safety glass tabletop.

319516

Nouveau

Roma Multi-Functional Lounge Setting

Rust resistant aluminium frame with steel inserts

for strength. Durable olefin cushions. 5-in-1 design

provides versatility to your outdoor space.

378946

$2149

$3599

$1099

$1399

Use your airpoints dollars to pay in-store on

purchases over $75! Redeem until November 30th

Shop now.

Pay later.

Always interest-free.

Prices valid until Oct 24th 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

Ferrymead

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