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Crashes trigger calls for

safety at tricky intersection

• By Susan Sandys

THE DRIVER of a car

involved in a crash near

Halswell at the intersection

of Ellesmere Rd and Trices

Rd is calling for it to be

upgraded.

There has been another

two-car crash at the site since,

resulting in minor injuries.

Katie McGuire was the

driver of a car hit by a vehicle

coming from Trices Rd,

which then went into a ditch,

trapping its driver, about

8.15am on August 3.

McGuire said the driver of

that car had gone through

a give way, at what she estimated

to be a speed of 70 to

80km/h.

“Thankfully we both

walked away unhurt, other

than whiplash,” McGuire

said.

Lincoln man Cam Downs

came upon the scene on his

way to work. He rescued

the driver who was trapped,

reaching from the side of the

ditch to open the driver car

door and help the young man

out.

McGuire said she was

grateful to Downs and other

motorists, including nurses

on their way to work, who

had stopped and helped.

• Turn to page 5

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intersection from Halswell. Above right – The intersection

approaching from Lincoln that claimed this car last

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English Conversation Club

Thursday, 11am-noon

Upper Riccarton Library

The Conversation Club is a relaxed

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to come and practice conversations

in English. This is not a class,

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Great for ESOL learners. Formerly

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Friday, 3-4.30pm

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Commonwealth Games

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• By Fiona E lis

THE NAVY and red logo was a staple of Christchurch’s 1974

Commonwealth Games.

Forty-eight years later, it can once again be seen at

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CURRENTLY thriving in

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Riccarton Community Garden

and Pātaka.

However, Nick Te Paa (right)

is staying positive abou the

move that wi l be required

when the lease on the 151

Peverel St site expires in September.

Te Paa and his wife Loretta

helped set up the community

garden in 2013, later expanding

the projec to include a community

pantry, or pātaka.

At not quite 4 sq m, the

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weekly average of about 40

people it helped to feed, Te Paa

said.

“We don’t have the capacity

to store here, so a lot of the stuff

is stored at my place, in the

garage.”

He hoped to rebuild it at

twice the current size when a

new location was settled on.

“A l that extra wi l be just

storage space, and that’ l

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The end of the Kāinga Ora

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separation of the garden and

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The Hornby Community

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Thursday August 18 2022

New Hornby Centre gifted special name

NGĀI TŪĀHURIRI has gifted a

special name – Matatiki – for the

$39.9 million community facility

that the city council is building

in Hornby.

Lynne Te Aika from Matapopore

said the gifted name was

chosen because it reflects the

unique natural features of the

city’s south-west – the area the

new facility will serve.

“Much of Christchurch gets

its fresh drinking water from

the underground aquifers that

discharge through the Ōpāwaho-

Heathcote and Ōtākaro-Avon

Rivers in the Hornby area.

Matatiki means spring of water

and represents the importance

of water as a source of life and

well-being.

“Traditionally, the river waters

A YOUNG trio has won a

prestigious award at the recent

NZCT Chamber Music Finale in

the Auckland.

The Berlin Trio – featuring talented

Christ’s College musicians

Joshua Hooker and Ryan Gu

– won praise for “phenomenal

playing of a very virtuosi work”

in “a committed and bravura

performance,” the judges said.

Along with Joshua’s sister,

Jasmine, a cellist, the trio won

the Helen Young national second

place award. The professional

were central to the way of life

for mana whenua and an area of

mahinga kai – an interconnected

system which produces food and

sustains life,” Te Aika said.

Matapopore developed the cultural

narrative and facilitated the

gifting of the name from Ngāi

Tūāhuriri to the city council.

The Waipuna Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board

will be formally asked to accept

the name on behalf of the city

council, and the 4000 square

metre community facility will

be officially known as Matatiki:

Hornby Centre.

This follows the naming

convention of other city council

facilities like Te Pou Toetoe:

Linwood Pool and Te Hāpua:

Halswell Centre.

performance has also been recorded

by Radio New Zealand.

There were 380 ensembles vying

for a spot in the finale, but only

eight groups were selected.

At just 14, pianist Ryan, of Riccarton,

is already highly skilled

while Joshua, 16, of Burnside, is

a violinist of equally rare talent.

In spite of their youth, both boys

hold a Licentiate of Music from

Trinity College, London, with

distinction. Joshua also has attained

LTCL in piano.

The boys said it had not been an

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox

said the name is fitting for the

new facility as it will be a source

of well-being for people.

“We are building this new facility

to serve the growing population

in the city’s south-west. It

is going to be a place for people

to come together to exercise, to

learn and to play and to connect

with others,’’ Cox said.

Construction of the new centre

began in November 2021 and

is expected to be completed in

late 2023. It will incorporate a

library, customer service area

and aquatic facilities including a

multi-purpose lane pool, family

spa pool, hydrotherapy pool, and

toddlers’ wet play area.

It will also have an espresso

easy journey to the finale: “When

we first picked up the piece, it

looked easy. It seemed like it

could be put together in a month.

However, we came to realise very

quickly that would not be the

case. Preparing any type of music

to a high level requires hours and

hours of work and you only play it

well if you put in the work.”

As the competition drew

closer, their hours or preparation

rapidly climbed – up to about

14 hours a week. But once they

walked onto the stage, they felt

bar, a creative activities room,

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The design of the new facility

relaxed and ready.

“I thoroughly enjoyed myself,”

Joshua said. “We took on board

and the landscaping will

incorporate ideas encapsulated

in the cultural narrative

developed by Matapopore.

Talented musicians place second in nationals

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Rotary raises $75,000 for

NZ Flying Doctor Service

THE ROTARY Club of

Christchurch has donated

$25,000 to the New Zealand

Flying Doctor Trust this month,

bringing its total commitment

over the last three years to

$75,000.

Trust chair Dr David Bowie,

who recently met with the Rotary

clubs to accept the cheque

on behalf of the service, says this

commitment from organisations

like Rotary is vital for the ongoing

service.

“Each year the trust needs to

raise at least $3 million and the

need for this life-saving service

increases year on year. The crew

have been inspired by the community

who have continued to

offer sponsorships and support

during these challenging times,”

he said.

The New Zealand Flying Doctor

Service was tasked to 1070

missions across the country last

year, and is on track to surpass

that number, with 580 missions

in the first six months of 2022.

With four planes and bases in

Christchurch and Nelson, the

air ambulance upped its criticalcare

patient transfer services between

hospitals across the South

Island, including the Chatham

Islands, and also further afield to

Starship in Auckland, Taranaki

and Wellington.

“We started the year with over

New Zealand Flying Doctor Service Christchurch base

crew (from left to right) – Warrick, Abby, Kim, Sarah, Arthur,

Shane, and David with the latest cheque from Christchurch

Rotary Club.

100 missions in January, and this

number was surpassed in May

with 110 missions,” he said.

As a flying intensive care unit

with highly trained medical staff

and specialist equipment, patients

receive a seamless level of

care from bed to bed. The service

operates day and night transferring

critical care burn victims,

spinal injury patients, neonatal

transfers, trauma victims, surgery

transfers, organ delivery,

blood or equipment supplies.

The NZFD Trust helps support

the operational costs of the

service, including the purchase

of specialised equipment and

training.

Club president Charlie Rattray

said the Rotary Club of Christchurch

was delighted to have been

able to support the New Zealand

Flying Doctor Service for three

years in a row.

“We have a strong link and

proud association with this

wonderful service,” he said.

Driver error the

cause of crashes

• From page 1

She was aware of another

crash at the site, on August 7.

Police confirmed the crash.

It happened about 7.10pm,

involving two cars and resulting

in minor injuries.

“It’s only a matter of time

before someone is killed there,

so many accidents from people

failing to realise it is a give way.

Hopefully the council changes

the road lay out,” McGuire said.

Selwyn District Council

road safety education adviser

Mike Patterson said crash data

showed there had been eight

crashes at the intersection in the

last 10 years. Driver error was

the main cause of all of them.

Contributing factors were

failing to give way, alcohol,

speed, or poor handling/

judgment.

“This data reinforces that

the key factor to reducing

the chance of crashing at

intersections is driving to the

conditions – plan ahead, stay

alert, slow down, drop back,”

Patterson said.

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Thursday August 18 2022

Village perfect for horse racing enthusiasts

Above –

Ali

Robinson

and wife

Julie.

KEVIN HICKMAN Retirement RACING SCENE: Catharine

Village has many links into and Peter Craig at their

the glamorous and sometimes Kevin Hickman Retirement

headline-grabbing horse racing Village townhouse.

industry.

Handily, for horse-loving Below – Peter with the book

residents like Peter Craig, the A Salute to Trotting, which

village is located next to the shows a photo of legendary

chute and track of Riccarton pacer Cardigan Bay.

Park racecourse.

Peter who lives with wife Catharine

in a village townhouse,

likes to chat with fellow residents

and friends about the horses and

writes in detail about them for

websites and journals.

The village is the perfect base

for a couple who want to continue

to travel, but also enjoy the

good life while at home.

Peter is originally from Auckland

and says he is ‘dual coded’.

He has been going to harness

racing and the gallops since the

days of Alexandra Park and Ellerslie

racecourse events in the

1960s.

Catharine, who toured around

the world with Peter following

horse racing, is a keen gardener,

and was brought up in the Isle

of Thanet, Kent, a county also

known as ‘the garden of England’.

She enjoys maintaining her

townhouse garden.

The couple keep in touch with

other residents, some of whom

are veterans of the racing scene. of well-respected horse trainer honorary life member at both

Just

263

down Steadman Rd, in another

townhouse at the village, is Greg Rhodes and Pierre Alex-

raceways.

Bob Heasley.

x

Other residents,

180

Riccarton Park and Addington

former jockey Ali Robinson. Ali andre, have connections, with All the residents keep an eye

is married to Julie, the daughter Pierre an owner and Greg an on the progress of village amenities,

given the main village centre

building is well under way.

The centre will provide a viewing

deck and pond area looking

onto the raceway, with a further

spectator platform onto the main

track, where the action is.

Peter writes for the magazine

Breeding Matters, helps keeps

records on standardbred horse

bloodlines, and contributes

to www.classicfamilies.net,

an information website that

includes a chronicle of races

over a 150-year history, not only

in Australasia, but also North

America, United Kingdom and

Europe.

He says his father’s cousin

Thayne Green was part-owner of

champion mare Sunline, a New

Zealand-bred thoroughbred active

in the 1990s and early 2000s

that went on to earn nearly $14

million in a race career that

included two Cox Plates.

Peter’s interest in horses,

however, goes way back to his

family’s involvement when

he was a youngster and could

hang out at Alexandra Park on

Saturday afternoons. Often, he’d

been playing boys cricket in the

morning.

One recollection is from the

mid-1960s, and a meet amongst

four days of Christmas/New

Year Auckland Cup Carnivals.

“My key and painful memory

of this day’s racing was putting

my grandmother – Mum’s

mother – off a two-year-old filly

that paid £23 for the place in a

23-horse field,” he says.

“It was a lesson well learnt.”

Peter’s regular writing and

research takes place within the

warmth of his townhouse at the

village.

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August 2022

Commitment,

Achievement,

Resilience,

Respect

Creativity

another path

to success

Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula

Vinaka. Fakaalofa atu. Namaste. Kumusta. Haere

mai haere mai ki Te Kura Huruhuru Ao o Horomaka.

Warm greetings to the Hornby High School

community.

In this feature you will notice a focus on the creative

activities of our students. That’s no coincidence,

but rather evidence of the tremendous mahi

that lies behind our vision as ‘he puna auaha, a

centre of creative excellence’. The evidence for

the benefits of nurturing creativity in our students

(in fact, in all of us) has been succinctly captured

by Professor Peter O’Connor and his co-authors

from the University of Auckland Centre for the Arts

and Social Transformation in their October 2020

paper ‘Replanting Creativity during post-normal

times’. Creativity is a great vehicle for improving

engagement, and approaching learning with a

creativity lens improves learning outcomes and

wellbeing.

Good learning also requires good teaching, of course.

The research of Professor John Hattie shows (without

any surprise at all) that the teacher makes the biggest

difference, and our good outcomes are derived from

skilled teachers who nurture relationships with, and

who demand the best from, all of our young people.

We are also getting to the business end of the reform

of our curriculum and timetable to allow greater

student ‘voice and choice’, greater variety, for 2023.

Our aim is to strengthen student engagement and

achievement still further. All of that is built on our

vision of creative excellence, and our Manaiakalani

kaupapa ‘learn create share’ which continues to see

our students accelerate progress in writing at twice

national averages. As a kura, and as a kāhui ako, we

are currently focused on developing and improving

reading practice for all of our learners across our

eight schools. The evidence says we are making

a difference, and that’s what we get up for in the

morning.

These are exciting times to be in education.

Robin Sutton

Tumuaki

Prepping for performance

Actor exultant about London trip

The trip I took to London recently as part of

the Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand

Young Shakespeare Company is undoubtedly

one of the best experiences I have ever had

in my entire life so far.

The Globe Theatre, London, where Nadia

performed.

Mrs Clark and Mrs Beer had the absolute

pleasure of going to Little Andromeda

theatre to see Reminisce!, a one act play

written and directed by our very own

Haydon Dickie!

It was a wonderful show. Haydon wrote

it early last year and presented it to Little

Andromeda who put it in their 2022

programme! He then cast it and a year later

had its two-night review!

Amazing and what a display of creative

excellence! These are the types of life

I never thought there would be a time in my

life when Shakespeare brought me to a place

of such inner peace and true happiness.

The few weeks I spent working with my

company and director are something that

I will treasure forever. I had the chance to

put together a 55 minute performance of

King Lear and perform it on the famous

Globe Theatre Stage! I have learned so many

unique skills and life lessons from all of my

tutors and I could not be happier with the

outcome of my performance.

I want to extend my thanks to all those who

assisted me in getting to the Globe Theatre, I

am very grateful!

Massive thank you to the Inspire

Foundation, Dove Trust, Robert Twigg Fund,

Greater Hornby Residents Association,

Edward Noven, Helen Parris-Girdlestone,

Whitebait Media, my parents and family, all

those that donated via my GiveaLittle page,

and anyone who anonymously donated

towards my cause. I would not have been

able to make it to London without you.

I cannot thank the staff and whānau from

Hornby High School enough! Our kura has

been nothing but supportive of me and my

goals since I started in Year 7. Hornby will

always have a special place in my heart as

the family who nurtured my passions and

pushed me towards creative excellence.

outcomes that can result from our work

with Manaiakalani and our “Learn Create

Share” approach to learning, an approach

that values creativity as an important way

to support learning, passion, and interest.

He puna auaha, a centre of creative

excellence.

Congratulations Haydon.

Nadia enjoyed her time in London.

Thank you.

Nadia

Ex-deputy head student debuts his play

Pictured: Former Deputy Head Student

Haydon Dickie, centre, with Mrs Beer,

left, and Mrs Clark, right.

Getting to work with a different set of

educational tools

Members of our Tama Mai Saute group spent some time at Christchurch

South Library ‘makerspace’ creating their own unique T-shirts in

preparation for their performance at the Aurora Centre at Burnside High

School which was held on Saturday, July 9. Their performance was as

captivating as their T-shirts!

This is just another way in which our Manaiakalani ‘Learn, Create, Share’

pedagogy can be seen within our curriculum. We are very proud of all

that they do. Ka mau te wehi!!!

We love showcasing the creative work of our students; after

all our vision, our aspiration, is to be ‘a centre of creative

excellence. he puna auaha’.

Take a look at the amazing work of these rangatahi who have

been selected from Years 7 to 9 to work with professional

carver Shaun. The students are working on ‘relief’ carvings

representing the birds of our kāhui – mōhua, riroriro, and

tīeke.

This is another example of the ‘Learn Create Share’ pedagogy

that is the core of our work with the Manaiakalani kaupapa.

While ‘Learn, Create,

Share’ is often

thought of as work

with digital devices,

this project again

shows that it can

take many forms,

often not digital in

nature. As a kura

we are very mindful

that we must use

‘the right tool for the

job’ with students’

learning, and in

this case the right

tools are hammers,

chisels, and rasps.

The sculptures will

be treasured for

years to come and

will be displayed

around our kura for

all to see.


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Thursday August 18 2022

CHRISTCHURCH

CREMATORIUM

FUNERALS

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ID 39527

$19,000

ID 39507

$500

ID 39126

Build Your Own Clinker Dinghy

Need a Unique Spareroom?

9 x 5 Tandem Trailer

Near-new Haier 7.5kg Frontloading

Washing Machine

Gelato Ice Cream Machine

2-in-1 Vertical Cylinders

Hyundai Accent

$150

ID 5230

$4,000

ID 39655

$5,000

ID 40079

$600

ID 39621

$17,000

ID 40127

$10,000

ID 40103

Briggs & Stratton Sprayer

Near-new Westinghouse

340 Fridge Freezer

Accommodation, Office,

Cool Storage

2001-2005 Honda CRV

Headlights

Military Tyres

Various Trekking Gear

Christchurch

$200

ID 39807

$1,300

ID 39620

$34,500

ID 39761

$170

ID 39161

$150

ID 39808

$550

ID 38673

Ashford Spinning Wheel

& Ashford Chair

Debrah Glass Pendant Lamps

Japanese Traditional

Handwork Plate

2006 Mazda MPV

AG200 Yamaha Motorbike

Race Car Transport Trailer/

Field Workshop

$300

ID 39417

$120

ID 40188

$10

ID 40237

$4,500

ID 40351

$1,500

ID 40035

$18,000

ID 37403

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Thursday August 18 2022 15

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

Public Notices

DECORATORS

Selwyn based but

service the whole of

the South Island

• New Paint • Floor & Roof

• Repaints Painting

• Wallpapering • Spray Painting

• Fences • Commercial

• Repairs • Timber Finishing

• Feature Walls • Plastering

027 724 6846 027 PAINTIN

email: andertondecorators@gmail.com

Trades & Services

BRICKLAYER.

George Lockyer. Over

40 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Insurance work, EQC

repairs. Heritage

brickwork & stonework

a speciality. No job too

small. Governers Bay.

Home 329 9344. Cell

027 684 4046. E mail

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

CARPET LAYING

Exp. Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching.

Phone John on 0800

003181, 027 240 7416

jflattery@xtra.co.nz

ELECTRICIAN (CERT)

Prompt, quality. Call Jack

027 206 0080

ENGINEERING

General engineering.

Maintenance engineering.

Breakdowns 24/7.

Machining, welding /

fabrication. Thread repair,

jobs big or small. Pick up/

delivery availabe for large/

heavy jobs. 027 2399 489

Trades & Services

FREE CCTV DRAIN

CAMERA CHECK

Have you checked

your drains since the

earthquake? Call now: 022

375 8506

LOCAL PLUMBER

No job too big or too

small! Plumbing,

Drainage, Gas, Blocked

Drains, Excavation, Gutter

Cleaning. Call Now: 022

375 8506

PAINTING

Indoor / Outdoor, over 30

yrs exp, same day quotes,

ph Steve 021 255 7968

PAINTER QUALIFIED

Int/ Ext. Quotes ph 021

197 5597

STUMP GRINDING

Best price guarantee Tony

0275 588 895

TILING

Flooring - Splashbacks -

Wall incl tile removal, Ph

Dave 027 334 4125

VHS VIDEO TAPES

& all camera tapes

converted to DVD or

USB. Video taping

special occasions, www.

grahamsvideo.co.nz ph 03

338-1655

Situations Vacant

SCRAP METAL

Dominion Trading Co Ltd

• Scrap metal buyers

• Canterbury owned & operated

• Top prices paid $$$

• Open Saturday morning

Open Mon-Fri 8am – 4.30pm Sat. 8.30am-12.30pm

www.happyscrappy.co.nz

03 343 9993 333 Blenheim Rd

Wanted To Buy

AAA Buying goods

quality furniture, beds,

stoves, washing machines,

fridge freezers. Same

day service. Selwyn

Dealers. Phone 980

5812 or 027 313 8156

AAA Buying goods

quality furniture, beds,

stoves, washing machines,

fridge freezers. Same day

service. Selwyn Dealers.

Phone 980 5812 or 027

313 8156

TOOLS, Garden garage,

saw benches, Lathes. Cash

buyer Phone 355-2045

ADD SOME

COLOUR

TO YOUR ADVERT!

SH73/75 Christchurch to Akaroa

SH74 Lyttelton and Banks Peninsula local roads

New safer speed limits

from 2 September 2022

Halswell Hall

Halswell Hall is looking to build a strong Committee

and skill-based set of connections to ensure the future

viability of one of the few remaining Community-owned

facilities in Christchurch.

The Hall is owned entirely by the Halswell Community

and we are looking for people who may have an interest

in the Hall as well as local residents.

Networking and sharing of information are important

to ensuring the Hall is able to follow the Governance

procedures in place and to manage this facility. A broad

base of local knowledge, local people and local ‘go to’

people will give the Community the qualities it needs to

retain this valuable facility.

The Committee oversees hire of the facility only; it does

not run events or functions. However, maintenance of the

property and facility is a large component of our Strategic

Plan which we base our budget and Annual Plan on. Hire

of the facility is adequate to meet our regular outgoings;

all other “Projects” are paid for through external funding.

Many hands make light work as we all know and your

Community Hall is in need of more hands.

To find out how you may be able to contribute, please

email halswellhallchch@gmail.com.

Public Notice

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and Christchurch City Council advise the

new permanent speed limits announced earlier this year will apply from Friday

2 September 2022, on State Highways 73/75 Christchurch to Akaroa and State

Highway 74, Lyttelton, and some Banks Peninsula local roads.

To help remind drivers of the new speeds there will be temporary electronic signs on the roadside

and local police will be in the area.

The changes include more consistent speeds through Halswell, 60km/h over the Hilltop and

50km/h through Little River to just past Wairewa Marae.

High-risk 100km/h sections of SH75 will reduce to 80km/h.

When speeds are safe for the road, simple mistakes are less likely to end in tragedy.

The setting of the permanent speed limits follows public consultation.

We thank everyone who provided feedback.

You can check the new speed limits and locations online.

Visit www.ccc.govt.nz/speed-limits for local roads

and www.nzta.govt.nz/chchtoakaroa for highways.


16

Thursday August 18 2022

Duchess

with

Mirror

RICHMOND

DISCOuNT FURNITuRE

5 Dr Chest

THE BEST LITTlE FuRNITURE SHOP IN TOWN

Queen

Headboard

ONLY $999

ONLY $799 ONLY $349

Foundry

Entertainment

Unit

(1900 x 450 x 600H)

ONLY $799

2 Dr

Bedside

Cabinets

ONLY $299

5 Dr

Tallboy

ONLY

$599

Foundry Coffee

Table

(1200 x 600 x 400H)

ONLY $499

Lowboy 6 Drawer

1130 x 410 x 820.

Tallboy 4 Drawer

600 x 400 x 900.

7 Drawer

TV/DVD

Chest

760 x 1140 x 410.

(Gap 150)

Towerboy

6 Drawer

1260 x 460 x 410.

With metal

runners.

Also available

in Black.

Duchess

with

Mirror

1090 x 410 x 820

NZ made.

Bedside Cabinet

With metal runners.

ONLY $539 each

Midi 7 Drawer Scotch Chest

975 x 760 x 410. With metal runners.

ONLY

$259

ONLY

$359

Jumbo 4 Drawer Chest

1140 x 800 x 400. NZ made. Metal runners.

ONLY

$275

7 Drawer Scotch Chest

1140 x 800 x 410.

Also available in black.

ONLY

$699

Padded

Headboards

1500H - Zinc, Lead,

Pearl & Black colours

avail, while stocks last

Small

510H x 460W x 410 D

$150each

Large

690H x 460W x 410 D

$199each

ONLY

$329

each

ONLY

$329

each

ONLY

$359

Bedside Cabinet

(620H x 400W x 350)

ONLY $140 each

Queen only

$399

King/Super King only

$499

Pine Display

Cabinet

with 4 Glass

Shelves

(1800 x 400 x 900)

ONLY

$899

Ther-a-pedic Mattress & Base

Reversible pillowtop innersprung.

Single

$599

King Single/

Double/3/4

$699

Queen

$799

Legacy

Single

Frame

Bed

Mattress not

included.

ONLY

$300

Single

Foam

Mattress

100mm,

1900x900

ONLY

$59

Foundry Hall

Table

1500 x 420 x 810

ONLY $599

Premium

Canvas

Beanbag

200L

Includes beans

ONLY

$99

Coffee

Table

1060w x 550x 420

ONLY

$149

Coffee

Table

1200 x 550 x 430H

ONLY

$149

Pine Coffee Table

with drawers

(1200 x 650 x 480)

ONLY

$459

Tri-Pillow special

ONLY $10 EACH

White

Shelving

Unit

1980H x 800w

x 300

Student Desk

Available in black or white.

1000w x 690h x 500d

Entertainment Unit

1100 x 400 x 480.

White 2 Drawer

Entertainment Unit

1115 x 480H x 400D

ONLY

$249

ONLY

$349

Glass Ent/Unit

1000w x 410 x 510H

ONLY

$249

3 Dr Ent Unit

Available in

Black or White

ONLY

$449

ONLY

$349

ONLY

$349

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