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20 March <strong>2022</strong><br />

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, <strong>2022</strong><br />

connecting you with your neighbourhood<br />

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EntriEs now opEn!<br />

Bid to raise $175,000 to<br />

retain museum building<br />

• By Emily Moorhouse<br />

NEW BRIGHTON Museum<br />

volunteers have four months to<br />

raise enough money to buy the<br />

building on Hardy St.<br />

The group has an option to<br />

buy the building for $175,000,<br />

but is $85,000 short.<br />

They have already<br />

raised $90,000 but if they<br />

don’t reach the purchase price<br />

by June they may have to move<br />

the museum onto a digital<br />

platform.<br />

“We don’t really want to<br />

do that,” secretary Peggy<br />

Butterfield said.<br />

“We want to keep the old<br />

building.”<br />

The building is being leased<br />

and if it isn’t bought from the<br />

current landlord in time then<br />

the rent may be increased or the<br />

building may be sold.<br />

The museum has been<br />

operating for 20 years.<br />

Butterfield said the volunteers<br />

act as the “keepers of history”<br />

for New Brighton, a role that<br />

needed to be preserved.<br />

She said a lot of history had<br />

been lost in New Brighton with<br />

schools and shops closing after<br />

the earthquakes, which is why<br />

a museum is needed.<br />

“We’ve got all that history,”<br />

she said.<br />

“We’ve got it all and we need<br />

to keep it.”<br />

• Turn to page 7<br />

PRESERVE: Secretary Peggy Butterfield says the museum holds a lot of memories for New Brighton.<br />

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Meet others in the community<br />

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Barrier Free Computing<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

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New Brighton business<br />

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Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong> 3<br />

Flood management a board priority<br />

• By Emily Moorhouse<br />

ESTUARY EDGE repairs,<br />

stormwater flood management<br />

and maintenance are priorities<br />

of the Coastal-Burwood<br />

Community Board this year.<br />

Chairman Kelly<br />

Barber said before<br />

the end of term<br />

in October the<br />

board wants to<br />

keep the focus on<br />

Kelly<br />

Barber<br />

projects that have<br />

been a long time<br />

coming.<br />

He said the<br />

Southshore and South Brighton<br />

estuary edge repair and the new<br />

Pages Rd bridge are projects the<br />

board has always seen as vital<br />

in the progress of the Coastal<br />

Ward.<br />

He also said it was exciting<br />

to finally see the work start on<br />

the Waitaki St stormwater flood<br />

management works on the north<br />

side of Pages Rd by the bridge.<br />

“These works will significantly<br />

beautify the area and help mitigate<br />

flooding issues that have<br />

been a significant frustration to<br />

many,” Barber said.<br />

Barber said the Taiora: QE<br />

II Recreation and Sport Centre<br />

is the most popular council<br />

resource in the two wards in the<br />

east. The board will look to keep<br />

a focus on its continual improvement<br />

to serve the needs of the<br />

community.<br />

“We’re excited to see a new set<br />

of internal doors currently being<br />

installed to make that cold dash<br />

from the pool to the changing<br />

rooms a whole lot more comfortable<br />

for everyone but particularly<br />

children, the elderly and the<br />

disabled.”<br />

Barber said the board will also<br />

continue to “shine a light” on<br />

the needs for disabled toilets and<br />

changing facilities closer to the<br />

hydrotherapy pool for vulnerable<br />

users.<br />

Early in the term the board<br />

saw a need to have a prominent<br />

voice on Te Tira Kahikuhiku<br />

(the Christchurch red zones<br />

transformative land use consultative<br />

group) as so much of the<br />

red zone lands is in the Burwood<br />

and Coastal wards.<br />

“We sought and were granted<br />

two representatives in the group<br />

STORMY:<br />

Mitigating<br />

flooding, like<br />

this at Pages<br />

Rd, is a Coastal-<br />

Burwood<br />

Community<br />

Board priority<br />

this year.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF<br />

SLOAN<br />

and community board members<br />

Jo Zervos and Bebe Frayle serve<br />

on this group,” he said.<br />

“As more decisions are made<br />

on land use we will work to<br />

make sure our community reps<br />

remain at the centre of the decisions.”<br />

Another focus for the<br />

board for the remainder of the<br />

term will be on maintenance<br />

levels to keep the wards looking<br />

tidy.<br />

“This is always a challenge.<br />

With so much green space on<br />

our side of town there is always<br />

lots to mow, prune and tidy,” he<br />

said.<br />

“Our many parks, playgrounds<br />

and beaches are well used by<br />

locals as well as visitors from all<br />

over the city.”<br />

Barber said that this puts pressure<br />

on the resources, especially<br />

in summer and the board will<br />

“continue to advocate for our<br />

share and highlight when we’re<br />

under resourced.”<br />

“The board themselves have<br />

often put their money where<br />

their mouths are. We’ve joined<br />

numerous plantings, rubbish<br />

clean-ups and gardening work,”<br />

Barber said.<br />

“We’ve got busy with weedeaters,<br />

mowers and pruners because<br />

we believe contributing is<br />

important.<br />

“We’re also really excited to see<br />

the City2Surf scheduled to come<br />

back. That’s something the board<br />

has been making a bit of noise<br />

about for a couple of years.<br />

“In <strong>2022</strong> whatever the<br />

challenges, we will keep pushing<br />

to the finish line.”<br />

In Brief<br />

END OF A CREMA<br />

The Crema Cafe in New Brighton<br />

will close in March. Owner Raj<br />

Kaur said the lease ends in April<br />

and due to new redevelopment<br />

and the uncertainties of Covid<br />

they have decided to “move on”.<br />

In a Facebook post Kaur thanked<br />

everyone for the support the cafe<br />

has received over the past five<br />

years.<br />

LIFESAVING CLUB GETS<br />

GRANT FOR BOAT<br />

South Brighton Surf Lifesaving<br />

Club will receive $10,000 to go<br />

towards a new inflatable rescue<br />

boat. The money was approved<br />

by the New Zealand Community<br />

Trust as part of their community<br />

investments in the Canterbury<br />

region, totalling up to $516,173.<br />

HANDS-ON LIFESTYLE<br />

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Twenty-nine student leaders from<br />

Shirley Boys’ High School visited<br />

the New Brighton Community<br />

Gardens to learn more about a<br />

sustainable lifestyle. The students<br />

also helped out with installing<br />

a cabin for a blind and deaf<br />

sculptor. The community garden<br />

members said they saw great<br />

leadership from the students and<br />

will welcome them back.<br />

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Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong> 5<br />

QE II pool emptied and cleaned<br />

• By John Cosgrove<br />

MAINTENANCE: Working<br />

in the main 25m pool at<br />

the Taiora: QE II Recreation<br />

and Sports Centre,<br />

contractor Matthieu Lucas<br />

hand cleans the many<br />

stainless-steel components<br />

surrounding the pool.<br />

PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE ​<br />

GETTING 1.5 million litres of<br />

water out of a swimming pool<br />

isn’t as easy as simply pulling<br />

the plug.<br />

For staff at the Taiora: QE II<br />

Recreation and Sports Centre,<br />

the recent closure was part of<br />

a two-week delicate balancing<br />

act.<br />

City council aquatics manager<br />

Rowan Foley said the way<br />

they do it is to empty one pool<br />

first, undertake all the work<br />

they need to do on that pool,<br />

then pump the water from the<br />

neighbouring pools back into<br />

the now empty pool and start<br />

the process all over again on the<br />

other pools.<br />

“Over the course of the twoweek<br />

closedown we only needed<br />

to dispose of one pool’s worth of<br />

water, and that saves us not only<br />

on water but also on chemicals<br />

and heating costs as well.”<br />

The carefully managed<br />

maintenance schedule is usually<br />

undertaken every three-to-four<br />

years and takes a couple of days<br />

per pool at the $38.6 million<br />

complex.<br />

Work includes maintenance<br />

of the circulation pumps,<br />

filters, heating systems and<br />

pool tanks.<br />

Foley admits there is never<br />

really a good time to close a pool<br />

for maintenance but said they<br />

planned the QE II closure for<br />

the summer holiday period because<br />

the council has five other<br />

outdoor pools in operation for<br />

people to use, and it also causes<br />

the least disturbance to Swimsmart<br />

lessons and planned group<br />

swimming activities.<br />

Work was expected to be<br />

completed last Sunday.<br />

Plans to<br />

improve<br />

health of<br />

waterways<br />

THE AVON River Corridor<br />

freshwater quality project remains<br />

a topic of focus for the city council<br />

as the health of streams, rivers<br />

and creeks are investigated.<br />

This year the city council has<br />

plans to speed up work on improving<br />

the health of waterways<br />

around Christchurch.<br />

Head of three waters Helen<br />

Beaumont said the health of the<br />

city’s waterways is a concern for<br />

the mayor and city councillors.<br />

“They have asked us to provide<br />

some advice on what more could<br />

be done through the annual plan<br />

and the long term plan to improve<br />

surface water quality,’’she said.<br />

The Avon River Corridor is part<br />

of the council’s 2021-31 long term<br />

plan, designed to provide funding<br />

to increase water quality in rivers,<br />

creeks and streams.<br />

In 2019 the council adopted the<br />

Te Wai o Tāne Intergrated Water<br />

Strategy to establish strategies for<br />

the sustainable long-term management<br />

of water resources.<br />

Now to support that strategy,<br />

council is developing a surface<br />

water implementation plan to set<br />

out the work required for healthy<br />

waterways and freshwater<br />

ecosystems.


6 Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong><br />

Mother-son duo takes on Bugsy Malone<br />

Teenager Oliver Bol<br />

is making a name<br />

for himself in theatre,<br />

but he is aiming for<br />

the bright lights of<br />

Hollywood. Emily<br />

Moorhouse reports<br />

OLIVER WAS introduced to<br />

performance at the age of three,<br />

and started off playing small<br />

parts and extras in children’s<br />

plays. Since then, he has<br />

performed in a variety of roles.<br />

Now, at 18, he recently took<br />

on the lead role of Bugsy in Elmwood<br />

Players sold-out musical<br />

Bugsy Malone – with the help<br />

of his mother Franc Bol, who<br />

directed the show.<br />

Oliver’s first real memory of<br />

being on stage was at seven, playing<br />

an extra in Rumpelstiltskin<br />

and quickly falling in love with<br />

the rush of performing.<br />

Having a mum that worked<br />

for Imagine Youth Theatre saw<br />

Oliver’s interest in theatre and<br />

performance grow. He was always<br />

auditioning for school plays<br />

and enrolling in drama classes.<br />

Last year he landed a spot in<br />

the Court Theatre Youth Company,<br />

something he described as<br />

an incredible and very fulfilling<br />

experience.<br />

“There’s something about the<br />

rush at the end [of a show] when<br />

the whole audience is clapping<br />

and cheering and it just feels<br />

good,” he said. “Like you’ve just<br />

entertained all of these people<br />

and you’ve made so many people<br />

smile or cry depending on what<br />

show you’re in, I guess.”<br />

Oliver, of Southshore, had<br />

landed big roles before, such as<br />

Mickey from Blood Brothers,<br />

but admitted he was “kind of<br />

in shock” upon finding out he<br />

would play the lead role Bugsy<br />

Malone.<br />

“At first I didn’t fully believe it<br />

and then it properly hit me and<br />

I was like, oh wait, the show is<br />

called Bugsy Malone and that’s<br />

me,” he said. “It’s about me,<br />

that’s cool.”<br />

Although the role of Bugsy<br />

has been stressful and has meant<br />

Oliver hasn’t had a big holiday<br />

break, he said he wouldn’t have<br />

had it any other way.<br />

“There’s something I weirdly<br />

enjoy about the stress of needing<br />

to know all your lines and<br />

needing to be in the right spot<br />

for going on stage and getting<br />

into costume fast and all that,”<br />

he said. “There’s just something<br />

about the rush and the energy.”<br />

Oliver said working alongside<br />

his mum Franc, who directed<br />

the show, has been easy as she<br />

understands the struggles and<br />

stresses show biz can present.<br />

“I think because she’s in the<br />

same boat career-wise as me I<br />

guess she just understands it better,”<br />

he said. “I’ve always found it<br />

easy to work with her.”<br />

As for the cast, Oliver said he<br />

thinks they’ve done an amazing<br />

job and the acting, signing and<br />

dancing was “really good.”<br />

“I’ve made friends who I love<br />

to bits,” he said. “They’re all great<br />

people.”<br />

Franc said while directing the<br />

show has been a lot of fun and<br />

rewarding, the planning did present<br />

some challenges early on.<br />

Being set in the 1920s, she<br />

described the show as having<br />

some “outdated” aspects and was<br />

particularly wary of the public<br />

shootings, in spite of being with<br />

marshmallow guns.<br />

“Even if it’s with cream pies<br />

and marshmallow guns it still<br />

felt kind of wrong,” she said.<br />

After some thinking, Franc<br />

tweaked the script and designed<br />

the show to be kids playing the<br />

game of Bugsy Malone so when<br />

characters got shot they were<br />

‘out’ rather than being killed.<br />

“It still goes into the 1920s<br />

gangster but it’s now got this<br />

underlying story of kids playing<br />

a game, which has lent us to having<br />

so much fun with it.”<br />

Franc was pleased to see how<br />

involved the kids’ parents got<br />

with the show, from helping<br />

design the set to participating in<br />

weekend workshops leading up<br />

to opening night.<br />

“The support of everyone<br />

involved just makes it so achievable,”<br />

she said. “Because the<br />

community got on board I don’t<br />

think it was as stressful as it<br />

could’ve been.”<br />

While Franc said she was<br />

proud of Oliver for getting the<br />

lead role, she admitted it was<br />

“slightly awkward” in the auditions<br />

process.<br />

She was thankful that the casting<br />

panel had other directors and<br />

managers, and said she even left<br />

the room during the discussion<br />

about casting Oliver as Bugsy.<br />

“I’m so very proud as both a<br />

ACTOR: Oliver Bol has been involved in theatre since he<br />

was three-years-old.<br />

mum and a director,” she said.<br />

“It’s a joy to work with him, he’s<br />

very invested in the show and<br />

has been a great help in many<br />

other respects as well.”<br />

The show faced a rocky start<br />

with Covid and lockdowns<br />

postponing opening night from<br />

October to January, resulting in<br />

losing some cast members along<br />

the way.<br />

“It’s the kind of show that you<br />

can’t really rehearse through<br />

Skype,” she said. “That was<br />

pretty nerve-racking.”<br />

However, Franc was relieved<br />

to be able to go ahead with the<br />

show under the red traffic<br />

light system.<br />

LEAD ROLE: Oliver Bol played Bugsy Malone in the soldout<br />

show of the same name, put on by Elmwood Players.<br />

He said it took a while to sink in that the show was about<br />

his character. Aashma Goldfarb (above right) played<br />

Tallulah.<br />

In the end, all the stress and<br />

hard work paid off when Franc<br />

watched the kids take their place<br />

on stage, describing the show as<br />

seeing pieces of the puzzle come<br />

together.<br />

“The look at the reaction of<br />

their audience just made it all<br />

worthwhile,” she said. “Hearing<br />

them laugh and clap and cheer<br />

and even cry . . . Seeing all of that<br />

come together was an absolute<br />

highlight.”<br />

Franc said while she loved<br />

hearing audience feedback, her<br />

favourite was from dads who had<br />

been “dragged along” to watch a<br />

kids show.<br />

“They’ve come up afterwards<br />

going ‘oh I was expecting a<br />

kids show, I didn’t realise it was<br />

going to so be professional and<br />

so much fun to watch’. In some<br />

ways it’s better feedback than official<br />

reviews,” Franc said.<br />

While the cast was made up<br />

entirely of children and young<br />

people, Franc was impressed<br />

with how well each member<br />

handled rehearsals and the<br />

energy they brought to the stage,<br />

even when performing twice<br />

a day.<br />

“They were exhausted behind<br />

the scenes but the moment they<br />

were on stage [they] 100 per cent<br />

gave it their all,” she said. “I take<br />

my hat off to them, they were<br />

more than professional.”<br />

The sold-out show had its last<br />

performance over the weekend,<br />

leaving the cast with time to<br />

relax after months of hard work.<br />

Looking ahead, Oliver plans<br />

to continue to pursuing performance<br />

and even talked about<br />

wanting to act in films, but said<br />

THAT’S A WRAP: Oliver’s mum, director Franc Bol, said she<br />

had a lot of fun working with the young cast.<br />

it was important to stay true to<br />

yourself.<br />

“Even though acting is usually<br />

about trying to be someone else<br />

if you’re trying to audition, or<br />

meeting people if you’re in some<br />

sort of new course or class, I<br />

think it’s better to be yourself,”<br />

he said.<br />

“There will always be someone<br />

who has done less or someone<br />

who has done more than you,<br />

and there will always be someone<br />

out there who will absolutely<br />

love you and the way that you<br />

work and the way that you talk<br />

and speak and move, or they’ll<br />

see a way to help you grow your<br />

abilities more.”


Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong> 7<br />

‘We’re the keeper of the history in the area’<br />

• From page 1<br />

A few years ago the group<br />

inherited $40,000 from Kay<br />

Jackson’s <strong>Pegasus</strong> Trust, who<br />

before she died was involved with<br />

the museum and was passionate<br />

about preserving it.<br />

Last year the group started asking<br />

for community donations and<br />

raised $50,000. Now they plan<br />

to go to the Lotto Environment<br />

and Heritage Fund to get the final<br />

$85,000 to purchase the building.<br />

“The local community has been<br />

very generous but we feel we<br />

probably have rung enough out of<br />

them,” Butterfield said.<br />

“So that’s why we’re going to go<br />

to a proper funding outfit.”<br />

Butterfield said she was “semi<br />

confident” they could get the rest<br />

of the money but was also wary<br />

BEGINNINGS: The group that started the New Brighton<br />

Museum 20 years ago. (Back row, from left) – Don<br />

that fundraising could have its<br />

Rowlands, Peter Dunbar, Pat Goosey, Margaret Coghill,<br />

difficulties.<br />

Penny Beardsley, Diana Cameron, Jim Inglis and Lynne<br />

Butterfield said they have hired<br />

Hillier. (Front row) – Pat Jeffrey, Beryl Witherspoon, Carole<br />

a professional fundraiser to help Evans, Ron Beardsley, John and Frances Judge.<br />

them with the process, which<br />

involves applications, papers with “Everything seems to be pretty history of New Brighton through<br />

supporting information, and good,” she said – except for a few displays.<br />

waiting for around two-to-three dead cats found.<br />

Butterfield said while visitor<br />

months before hearing back. Once the group raises the numbers have dwindled, they still<br />

The museum volunteers would money required to purchase have people coming in to do their<br />

like to start improvements on the the building they will start genealogy and research, as well as<br />

building once bought and have fundraising again to improve the checking old school photos.<br />

already invested $12,000 into having<br />

an engineer do an inspection Planned improvements include New Brighton, we got all their<br />

space.<br />

“When the schools closed in<br />

to see what repairs needed to be repainting the roof and altering records and cups and trophies<br />

made.<br />

the design inside to make more and photos,” she said.<br />

They<br />

263<br />

even sent what Butterfield space for displays.<br />

x 180<br />

“We’re the keeper of the history<br />

described as a funny machine Twenty-five people volunteer at in the area. That’s why we need to<br />

called a critter to go underneath the museum, with different roles buy it and be sure of our future<br />

the building, looking for any from historians to archivists, all that we’re secure.”<br />

damage that needs fixing. of whom work to preserve the The museum usually sees 2500<br />

visitors a year, with regulars coming<br />

on Monday afternoons for<br />

their weekly screening of ‘golden<br />

oldies’ films, attracting 25-40<br />

people.<br />

“They’re regulars and we know<br />

most of their names,” Butterfield<br />

said.<br />

“It’s like a movie club really.”<br />

Butterfield said the museum<br />

sees a lot of groups from local<br />

rest homes who are surprised by<br />

the different things they remember<br />

just by looking through the<br />

displays.<br />

“We do bring back an awful lot<br />

of memories for people,” she said.<br />

There’s no cost to visit the<br />

museum, although a $2 donation<br />

is encouraged and in turn visitors<br />

are welcomed in with a cuppa and<br />

a biscuit.<br />

The museum was started by a<br />

group of locals in 2002 in a room<br />

above the old Woolworths, which<br />

is now a Subway, before moving<br />

into the current building in 2005<br />

HISTORIC:<br />

The museum<br />

is New<br />

Brighton’s<br />

oldest<br />

building<br />

and was<br />

formerly the<br />

St Enoch’s<br />

Presbyterian<br />

Church.<br />

PHOTO:<br />

GEOFF<br />

SLOAN<br />

(formerly the St Enoch’s Presbyterian<br />

Church).<br />

One of the founders, Margaret<br />

Coghill, is still involved with the<br />

museum today as their patron<br />

and will be celebrating her 100th<br />

birthday in May.<br />

Butterfield said New Brighton is<br />

a “very special” place, unlike any<br />

other suburb. While the future<br />

of the building isn’t certain, the<br />

volunteers are hopeful it will be<br />

preserved.<br />

“It’s been through a lot,” Butterfield<br />

said.<br />

“We want to keep it because<br />

it’s the oldest building in New<br />

Brighton. We’re well on the way<br />

to the $175,000.”<br />

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noodle stir-fry<br />

Serves 4-5<br />

Ingredients<br />

2 tablespoons peanut oil, place<br />

in frypan<br />

1 small red onion, thinly sliced<br />

600gm rump steak, cut into<br />

strips<br />

1 teaspoon minced ginger<br />

½ red chilli, de-seeded & finely<br />

chopped<br />

400gm mixed vegetables<br />

½ teaspoon ground five spice<br />

½ cup liquid honey<br />

¼ cup soy sauce<br />

350gm noodles<br />

Handful fresh coriander leaves,<br />

chopped<br />

Roasted cashew nuts, roughly<br />

chopped<br />

Directions<br />

Heat oil, add onion and stir-fry<br />

over medium heat until it beings<br />

to soften.<br />

Increase heat and add beef<br />

and stir-fry until meat browns.<br />

Reduce the heat and add ginger,<br />

chilli, vegetables and five spice,<br />

and continue stir-frying for a<br />

further minute.<br />

Pour over honey and soy sauce,<br />

stir through, and continue cooking<br />

for a further five minutes until<br />

meat is cooked and vegetables are<br />

heated through and tender.<br />

Cook noodles, then drain.<br />

Serve the stir-fry beef and vegetables<br />

over the noodles, or toss<br />

the noodles through. Garnish<br />

with fresh coriander and cashew<br />

nuts.<br />

Honey mustard glazed<br />

kumara<br />

Serves 4<br />

Ingredients<br />

½ cup liquid honey, place in<br />

large bowl with<br />

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar<br />

2 tablespoons wholegrain mustard<br />

1 tablespoon water<br />

1 tablespoon peanut oil<br />

1 tablespoon root ginger, grated<br />

2 large golden kumara, peeled<br />

and cut up into bite-size pieces<br />

2 large red onions, peeled and<br />

cut into wedges<br />

Directions<br />

Combine the honey/balsamic<br />

vinegar/mustard/water/peanut<br />

oil/root ginger, then add the kumara<br />

and onions. Toss to coat the<br />

vegetables well.<br />

Place on oven tray that has<br />

been lined with two thicknesses<br />

of non-stick tin foil, and bake,<br />

Ingredients<br />

Up to eight sausages (preboiled)<br />

1 tablespoon olive oil, place in<br />

frypan<br />

1 onion, halved and sliced<br />

1 fresh pear, cored and sliced<br />

¼ cup tomato sauce, place in jug<br />

with:<br />

2 tablespoons cornflour<br />

2 tablespoon worcestershire<br />

sauce<br />

2 tablespoons honey<br />

½ teaspoon curry powder<br />

½ teaspoon cumin<br />

½ teaspoon coriander<br />

1 tablespoon brown sugar<br />

¼ cup raisins<br />

Directions<br />

Heat olive oil and fry sausages<br />

until browned.<br />

Add onions and pear, then cook<br />

for a further 2min. Add raisins to<br />

the tomato sauce mixture, then<br />

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Satellite Recorder<br />

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Frozen Yoghurt/<br />

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Giant Swan Plant<br />

10 seeds<br />

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protection. Multiple sizes.<br />

201104<br />

Keter<br />

Easy Growing Planter 120 Litre<br />

Eliminates the needs to bend. Easy to read water gauge<br />

indicates when plants<br />

need additional<br />

moisture. Simple<br />

drainage system that<br />

can be opened or<br />

closed for full control<br />

watering.<br />

295740<br />

Big range, Low Price, Local advice<br />

Prices valid until Feb 9th or while stocks last.<br />

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead<br />

1005 Ferry Road. Christchurch<br />

Phone: 366 6306<br />

Find us at: /MEGAFerrymead<br />

Opening Hours:<br />

Monday – Friday:<br />

7am – 7pm<br />

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:<br />

8am – 6pm<br />

www.mitre10.co.nz/local/MegaFerrymead<br />

Ferrymead


Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong> 15<br />

Organic Compost<br />

Garden mix<br />

Forest Floor<br />

$40 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

Organic compost from Living Earth is made by collecting and<br />

recycling green-waste and brewing it into plant nourishing<br />

goodness. The processes are tested so you can be sure they are<br />

up to scratch! Mix it through your existing soil to provide your<br />

plants with nutrients and improve the soil’s water retention.<br />

Caring for your garden and the earth at the same time.<br />

$29 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

Mix contains 50% screened soil, 40% organic compost and 10%<br />

sand. It is blended evenly to create an excellent mix for your<br />

garden. This is a great option if you need something to boost up<br />

your garden beds. It is safe to plant straight into this mix.<br />

$29 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

Dark rich brown bark that contains Cambium, nuggets and<br />

flakes. 10-50mm in size. This product is resistant to wind<br />

disturbances and is often used by councils in reserves, parks,<br />

road frontages and general gardens. It is great for weed<br />

suppression, moisture retention, large areas and putting on hills/<br />

slopes up to 45 degrees.<br />

medium Prem Nuggets<br />

White Chip<br />

15mm, 30mm, 50mm<br />

Teddington Chip<br />

$35 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

These are clean chunky premium bark nuggets approximately<br />

20mm. They are ideal as a protective layer beneath playground<br />

equipment as well as good looking, effective garden mulch. Can<br />

be used as a pathway in contrast with other garden mulches.<br />

$55 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

This is a stunning white limestone chip, sourced from Southern<br />

Marlborough. It is an alternative to the traditional limestone<br />

colour. It is used mainly in pathways, gardens, courtyards and<br />

driveways. This finer chip packs down well and is easy to spread.<br />

$48 PER<br />

SCOOP<br />

This is locally sourced from Banks Peninsula, 20mm stone chip.<br />

It is an earthy brown/gold coloured chip and is perfect for all<br />

decorative purposes in the garden and can also be used for<br />

pathways and driveways.<br />

ask about our delivery and<br />

Free courtesy trailers today!<br />

Conditions apply<br />

Big range, Low Price, Local advice<br />

Prices valid until Feb 9th or while stocks last.<br />

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead<br />

1005 Ferry Road. Christchurch<br />

Phone: 366 6306<br />

Find us at: /MEGAFerrymead<br />

Opening Hours:<br />

Monday – Friday:<br />

7am – 7pm<br />

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:<br />

8am – 6pm<br />

www.mitre10.co.nz/local/MegaFerrymead<br />

Ferrymead


16 Thursday <strong>February</strong> 3 <strong>2022</strong><br />

add a splash<br />

of paint<br />

Big range, Low Price, Local advice<br />

Wattyl<br />

Forestwood Decking<br />

Stain Applicator<br />

Complete with twist-lock adjustable<br />

pole, applicator head and wool pad.<br />

304088<br />

$26 98<br />

Wattyl<br />

Solagard Semi-<br />

Gloss Exterior<br />

Paint 10L White<br />

For exterior use. Paint<br />

and primer in one. 15-<br />

year warranty against<br />

flaking. Covers 8-14<br />

square metres per litre.<br />

30-minute surface dry.<br />

360243<br />

Number 8<br />

Paint Sprayer<br />

High volume low<br />

pressure (HVLP).<br />

400 watt.<br />

322789<br />

Accent<br />

5 Piece Roller Kit<br />

Easy clean roller sleeve.<br />

Designed specifically for<br />

wall and ceiling surfaces.<br />

174932<br />

$189 $77 95 $12 59<br />

Procoat<br />

Fence Paint<br />

10L Ebony<br />

For exterior use.<br />

No primer or<br />

undercoat required.<br />

Covers 6-10 square<br />

metres per litre.<br />

40-minute dry time.<br />

372486<br />

Aquamax<br />

Water Based<br />

Linseed Oil<br />

Timber Stain 10L<br />

For exterior/interior<br />

use. Ensure surfaces are<br />

clean and contaminant<br />

free before use.<br />

90-minute surface dry.<br />

Cold water cleanup.<br />

189042<br />

Norton<br />

No Fil Sandpaper<br />

Roll<br />

Versatile sandpaper rolls<br />

suitable for use on primer,<br />

paint, coatings and wood.<br />

115mm x 12m. P120 grit.<br />

267630<br />

Was $27<br />

now<br />

$ 20<br />

Stanley<br />

4 Piece Paint<br />

Brush Set<br />

Suitable for all<br />

paints. 4 per pack<br />

(25mm, 38mm,<br />

50mm and<br />

63mm).<br />

350068<br />

Was $21.53<br />

now<br />

$ 16<br />

PAL<br />

Patch Filla<br />

Durable pre-mixed<br />

multipurpose<br />

filler. Specially<br />

formulated for<br />

easy application<br />

and sanding.<br />

500ml.<br />

370628<br />

Was $10.69<br />

now<br />

$ 9<br />

$59 $97 85 $99<br />

Accent<br />

Mineral Turpentine<br />

Degreasing and cleaning<br />

solvent. 1 litre.<br />

362094<br />

Was $5.99<br />

now<br />

$ 4 99<br />

Jobmate<br />

Value<br />

Coveralls<br />

Disposable. Ideal<br />

for painting. Small,<br />

medium, large,<br />

and extra-large.<br />

372667<br />

Was $9.99<br />

now<br />

$ 8<br />

MultiMax<br />

Multi-purpose<br />

Paint<br />

Water-based low sheen<br />

acrylic and linseed oil<br />

paint. Excellent UV<br />

absorption. Tough<br />

and durable surface<br />

once hardened. 8 litre.<br />

Intense black.<br />

385795<br />

Selleys<br />

Liquid Nails<br />

Twin Pack<br />

Premium grade<br />

adhesive suitable for<br />

use with most building<br />

materials. 2 x 320g.<br />

326666<br />

Wattyl<br />

Forestwood Decking Oil & Stain Applicator<br />

Kit 8 Piece<br />

Kit includes paint<br />

tray, tray liner,<br />

lambskin applicator,<br />

scrubbing brush,<br />

extension pole,<br />

paint brush, can<br />

opener and stirrer.<br />

304087<br />

Norton<br />

Expert Paint<br />

& Decorator<br />

Masking Tape<br />

Versatile masking tape<br />

suitable for a variety of<br />

surfaces. 1-day clean<br />

removal. Good holding<br />

power doesn’t lift or<br />

curl. 24mm x 50m.<br />

354446<br />

Jobmate<br />

Paint Bucket<br />

Can be used with<br />

paint rollers 270mm<br />

and under. Heavy<br />

duty comfort grip<br />

and built-in roll-off<br />

grid. Made from<br />

durable recycled<br />

plastic. 15 litre.<br />

3868<strong>03</strong><br />

$10 $41 98 $3 49 $19 98<br />

Prices valid until Feb 9th or while stocks last.<br />

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead<br />

1005 Ferry Road. Christchurch<br />

Phone: 366 6306<br />

Find us at: /MEGAFerrymead<br />

Opening Hours:<br />

Monday – Friday:<br />

7am – 7pm<br />

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:<br />

8am – 6pm<br />

www.mitre10.co.nz/local/MegaFerrymead<br />

Ferrymead

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