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Tom Kearney might be a man who avoids the spotlight, but given his business CFA Ashburton has been identified as one of Canterbury’s high fliers, he might have to get used to the limelight. CFA is this year’s Canterbury winner of the agribusiness section of the Deloitte Fast 50 as one of the region’s fastest growing businesses. It will now go forward to compete against the country’s best with the 50 fastest growing to be unveiled at the Deloitte Festival of growth next month. The Deloitte Fast 50 index ranks the country’s top 50 businesses according to their revenue growth over the past three years. Kearney is not comfortable talking about awards. He’s happier simply getting on with the job, running his family owned and operated feed assessment and laboratory. The company provides independent in-field sampling, feed analysis and dry matter testing for a wide variety of animal feed from winter feed

in the ground to cut and carry baleage and silage. Kearney and wife Jaimee bought the business in 2015, becoming the third owners in its 20 year history. It was a business with solid foundations, one that was ready to take to the next level, Kearney said. “We’ve put a significant investment in over the last four years and six months from buying the business we’d moved it from its country base to town. The business was there to be done and the groundwork had been done.” The investment has continued and involved achieving IANZ accreditation and securing technical partnership with an American provider. “We’ve got some really good relationships with family farms and now with the large scale co-op farms too. This is based around mutual respect from both parties and from providing accurate results and people deal with us because we’re accurate and hassle free.”

Over a season the company analyses millions of dollars worth of feed, with the results ensuring their clients can make informed decisions on feeding strategies or the trading of feed products. The company now counts its clients across New Zealand and is venturing into the Australian market. It is constantly working to improve the turnaround time from sample to result. “We’re investing in technology so our clients can see their results in real time,” Kearney said. The company has a staff of five full timers but during the winter employs up to 30 extra staff. The company’s success is very much about partnerships, Kearney said – with his bank, BNZ and with his staff who are highly skilled and as driven to provide a quality service to their farmer clients as he is. Nomination for the award was driven by his bank and the recognition was something he would not have sought, Kearney said. “We’re just a little wee com-

pany from Ashburton and to be recognised alongside some of the big players is pretty good but we’re still a family business with really good staff.” With the BNZ a sponsor of the Deloitte Fast 50, BNZ business partner Susan Banks said she encouraged Kearney to enter because CFA’s growth and outstanding future prospects demonstrated exactly what the programme was about. “BNZ has supported Tom as CFA has expanded. He is innovative in his thinking and I believe that the programme provides him with an opportunity to meet like-minded people from businesses in similar formative and growth phases and that exposure will help him and CFA for the future,” she said. The win was a great celebration of CFA’s success and put the spotlight on the company as an example of how Ashburton businesses could stand out among their industry peers, Banks said. “I congratulate Tom and his team.”

Ashburton police are following “good leads” as they continue to investigate truck battery thefts around town, but are calling on the public’s help to track down exactly who is responsible. Throughout the past month, several truckies from around Ashburton have found themselves unable to fire up their vehicles due to looted batteries, forcing others to take extra measures to protect their vehicles at night. Police have been investigating the matter and looking into leads, but now need the public to tell them anything they know, Senior Sergeant Phil Dean said. “Someone, somewhere knows who is responsible for this,” he said. Batteries can cost up to $350 new, can weigh around 13 kilograms and can be sold for scrap metal. The thieving spree was not limited to one type of truck, nor one area of Ashburton. Some batteries were stolen from trucks in industrial areas, others from vehicles parked on main streets in town. The first battery thefts were recorded on September 17 and coincided with an increase in thefts from cars. Dean urged people to share any information they may have on the thefts by ringing Ashburton Police Station on 03 307-8400, or ringing Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555-111.


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A journey down memory swamp Somebody once told me that saying somebody makes a great ogre is probably more of an insult than a compliment. But Oliver Livingstone certainly commanded that protruding belly, pronged ears and Scottish lilt like a pro when he lumbered on stage as Shrek on Thursday. The Mid Canterbury Children’s Theatre have pulled together the stage version of a tale that holds a special place in probably every ’90s kid’s heart and I settled in to their final dress rehearsal on Thursday, awaiting a journey down memory swamp. It’s probably difficult to go too far amiss with the eclectic escapades of goofy, green Shrek. But the first thing that struck me was the sheer, collective effort that had gone into this production, directed by Cherie Livingstone, musically directed by Jo Castelow, choreographed by Jessie Thompson, and showcasing some of the top-notch youth talent that this town holds. The big highlight would have to be the incredible set and costuming. From the rise of the curtain, to the fall, there were consistently spectacular backdrops. The Ashburton Trust Event Centre stage transformed into lofty towers to huge, swaying sunflowers and a life-size storybook – the result, I imagine, of hours of work by dozens of dedicated parents and helpers. Every one of the 60-plus cast members was decked out in spectacular get-up, from the spiky wee hedgehog to the hulking Gingerbread Man. And the makeup and face paint department haven’t held back either – were those false eyelashes, Donkey? The story followed much the same plot as the movie, with some of the same classic songs and other new content. I will have to deduct serious points – not from the Children’s Theatre, but from the authors at Musical Theatre International – for omitting the absolute banger that is Smash Mouth’s All Star, as zealously referenced in my intro. However, audiences can still relish in the dulcet tones of I’m a Believer

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puppets. And the casting of the leads was also a big plus. Joe Danielson delivered an impressive larger-than-life presence as the Donkey, and Jack Brown did just the opposite as the vertically challenged Farquaad. Brooke Millar gave a polished, scarily-convincing performance

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Roadley close to finish line Mid Canterbury extreme runner Greg Roadley (right) only has to nurse his blisters for 13km today as he and other competitors endure the final leg of the Atacama Crossing desert race in Chile. Roadley, 44, finished the 79km long fifth stage yesterday ahead of most of the 100-strong field and currently sits in fifth place. The 250km crossing has taken him across salt flats, huge sand dunes, canyons and river crossings. Competitors are self-sufficient, with just water provided and a tent at the end of each of the six stages. Temperatures reach up to 40°C during the day and are cold enough at night to freeze water. Roadley will complete the final 13km to the finish line in San Pedro, where wife Rachel and daughter Mia will be waiting. The Mid Canterbury dairy farmer is one of three Kiwis in the race and was hoping a carefully-planned diet of dehydrated food, which he has had to carry in a small backpack along with his sleeping bag, would sustain him until the finish line. He was expecting the adventure to be another brutal assault

Rainbow Warrior here Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, has arrived in Lyttelton and will be opened to the public for the next three days as part of a tour to celebrate New Zealand’s recent ban on new offshore oil exploration. The Rainbow Warrior will be open to the public today, tomorrow and Monday from 9am4pm.

The Cat is coming Ahead of two shows at the Ashburton Trust Event Centre on Wednesday, popular children’s book character, The Cat In The Hat, will be making an appearance at the Ashburton Library on Monday. The Cat In The Hat will be at the library from 10am on Monday morning where he will read a story and then oversee a special colouring in competition. The show will be performed on Wednesday at 10am and 12.30pm with tickets available at Ticket Direct.

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on his feet. Race leader Wo Ho Chung from Hong Kong has a comfortable lead and should take out the title.

The Atacama desert is the driest place on the planet, some 50 times drier than California’s Death Valley and follows Roadley’s previous extreme races

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A driver’s cautionary tale The cyclist I couldn’t see collided with me at a rapid rate of knots. He actually entered in through the passenger window before coming to rest on the pavement. That five seconds between collision and getting out of the car to check on him were some of the toughest in my life not knowing what I was going to find. The guy sustained four broken ribs, a concussion and a very bad laceration on his back – 30 stitches. I’m bloody thankful there were a couple of nurses two cars back from the truck. I wanted to share this as a very real reminder of the often unseen on our roads – the cyclist. While I felt I had been waved through, the onus was, of course, on me to clear the third lane before I advanced and I failed in this obligation. Equally, I know we have all gone with indications etc from other drivers in the past (you won’t be surprised to learn I no longer do this) but this puts your fate essentially in someone else’s hands. There is no liability for someone who waves you through regardless of the outcome – this all rests with you. Anyway – please learn from my mistakes and take a bit of extra care out there.” Heath Walters

At the urging of a district court judge, former Ashburton man Heath Walters is sharing a message about road safety. Walters hit a cyclist on a busy Christchurch road and was charged with careless or inconsiderate driving causing injury. The cyclist broke four ribs, was concussed and needed 30 stitches to a laceration to his back. Walters says it was his fault, but all drivers could learn from what happened that day. He shared his experience with workmates, but was encouraged to take it to a wider audience. This is his message: “For those of you who are unaware, at the end of June I was involved in a pretty bad accident turning into Penn Place. Essentially, traffic was backed up from Annex at 4.50pm and I was turning back into Penn Place. A double unit truck/trailer (curtain sider) in the far lane as you turn in and a Hilux in the near lane both stopped to let me in and in proceeding through the turn, I failed to give way to the third lane on the road – the cycle lane. I assumed that since the traffic I could see was stopped (and the truckie waved me through) I was clear to go.

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Local compactor off to Chathams BY KATIE TODD

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It’s all thanks to an Ashburton engineering company that the Chatham Islands Council will be able to manage their rubbish easier, and more sustainably, from next month. Engineering Repairs have just sent a specially-made recycling and waste compactor to the island 800km away, that the council will use to reduce their waste and prolong landfill life. There are about 10 of the machines around New Zealand, all produced in Ashburton, Engineering Repairs co-owner Matt Hunt said. The first one was custom-made for Raglan around 20 years ago, and more have since been sent to locations like Opotiki and Kaikoura. “We even sent one to Rarotonga in 2012,” Hunt said. “They used to use little compactors, but needed something bigger because the island was growing.” The Chatham Islands council first contacted Engineering Repairs about four years ago, expressing their interest in having a recycling and waste compactor made for them. “It started as a one-off thing

Colin Hunt, Renata Marsh, Matt Hunt, Peter Hunt and Gavin Hunt from Engineering Repairs are shipping off a custom made creation to the Chatham Islands. PHOTO KATIE TODD 041018-KT-0078 and now I think more councils are copying,” Hunt said. The large machine took around three months to build.

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Time at the Guardian Third time working here. This round – year and a half. Where are you from? Ashburton What’s the most enjoyable part of your job? Dreaming up advertising concepts to improve my clients’ businesses. What’s your back story, where do you hail from, your working career? After being a gardener in Ashburton, I spent a couple of years as a nanny and gardener in Scotland prepping a walled garden for show. Then I was in advertising design right here at the Guardian before embarking on a second OE to Ireland. There I worked as a medical secretary at a cancer hospital. Toured Europe twice. Other jobs in NZ – credit manager for an energy company and radio announcer. Spent 12 years in Canada. After being a funeral home administrator I became a qualified chef and eventually owned a café/fudgerie and catering businesses. What exciting experiences have you enjoyed while working in your role?

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Trio arrested in synthetic drugs bust Two young men and a woman have been arrested in Christchurch after police discovered a number of drug-induced people in a house this week. Officers in the area carried out search warrants at two properties in the suburb of Phillipstown on Thursday. Police arrested and charged a 23-year-old man with supplying psychoactive substances. A 21-year-old woman was charged with possession of psychoactive substances for supply. They appeared in the Christchurch District Court yesterday. While a 25-year-old man was charged with obstruction and possession of psychoactive substances. He is due to appear in the same court next Wednesday. Detective Senior Sergeant Sarah Illingworth said it was incredibly concerning when officers found a number of people, in one property, who they believed were

under the influence of synthetic drugs. “They were unconscious or close to it. It was a real demonstration of just how dangerous this drug is,’’ she said. “We want the public to know we are working hard to make more arrests like today’s to stop the spread of this harmful substance. These drugs are extremely harmful.’’ Police are urging anyone who knows someone who is taking synthetic drugs to contact police immediately and to seek medical attention urgently. An appeal is also being made to users of the drug themselves to give it up and contact their family doctor or Alcohol Drug Helpline on 0800 787 797 for assistance. “Police also need the assistance of the community to report anyone suspected of making or supplying synthetic drugs.’’ - NZME

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Massey launches review into Brash speech cancellation The chancellor of Massey University has announced a review into the process surrounding the recent cancellation of Don Brash’s appearance at a student politics club. Massey University Chancellor Michael Ahie said the Council of Massey University was undertaking an independent review into the process surrounding the cancellation of the former National Leader’s appearance on the Manawatu campus. “The council has already expressed its support and confidence in the vice-chancellor and it is now seeking a review of the processes involved in the issue so that it can fully understand the lessons learned and have clarity over future events,” Ahie said. The review will be undertaken by Douglas Martin, a former Deputy State Services Commissioner. Martin was scheduled to report his findings and make recommendations to the University Council by the end of November. Martin’s terms of reference for the review will focus on the performance of the University in arriving at and managing the con-

Don Brash has called for Massey University vice-chancellor Jan Thomas to reconsider being in the role after it was revealed she was “totally misleading” him, and the public. sequences of the decision. “As such, it will encompass all aspects of organisational performance and a summary of the findings will be released in the public interest,” Ahie said. As details of the August cancellation became public, Brash told the Herald he was “stunned” by the last-minute decision and he called for Massey University vice-chancellor Jan Thomas to resign over her “totally mislead-

ing” explanation. Thomas cited security concerns in halting the speech but documents released under the Official Information Act (OIA) paint a different story. Documents revealed in an OIA request, by right-wing blogger David Farrar, show that security was not the main concern, with Thomas saying she didn’t want a “te tiriti led university be seen to be endorsing racist behaviours”. - NZME

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Four Russian officers of the Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, GRU, are escorted to their flight after being expelled from the Netherlands on April 13, 2018, for allegedly trying to hack into the UN chemical watchdog OPCW’s network. PHOTO AP

British folk band Mumford & Sons are heading to New Zealand for the first time since 2015. The four-piece band will play a one-day festival style show at The Outer Fields at Western Springs on Saturday January 12, 2019. They’ll be joined by US RnB singer Leon Bridges, UK soul singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka, UK singer Sam Fender and Australian singer Angie McMahon. The event will also feature artisan food, wine and beer from around New Zealand. Mumford & Sons are set to release their fourth album Delta on November 16. The record is produced by Paul Epworth.

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Attacks blamed on Russia The West unleashed an onslaught of new evidence and indictments yesterday accusing Russian military spies of hacking so widespread that it seemed to target anyone, anywhere who investigates Moscow’s involvement in an array of criminal activities – including doping, poisoning and the downing of a plane. Russia defiantly denied the charges, neither humbled nor embarrassed by the exceptional revelations on one of the most high-tension days in East-West relations in years. Moscow lashed back with allegations that the Pentagon runs a clandestine US biological weapons programme involving toxic mosquitoes,

ticks and more. The nucleus of yesterday’s drama was Russia’s military intelligence agency known as the GRU, increasingly the embodiment of Russian meddling abroad. In the last 24 hours: US authorities charged seven officers from the GRU with hacking international agencies; British and Australian authorities accused the GRU of a devastating 2017 cyberattack on Ukraine, the email leaks that rocked the US 2016 election and other damaging hacks; and Dutch officials alleged that GRU agents tried and failed to hack into the world’s chemical weapons watchdog, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The ham-handed attempted break-in – involving hacking equipment in the trunk of a car and a trail of physical and virtual clues – was the most stunning operation revealed yesterday. It was so obvious, in fact, that it almost looked like the Russians didn’t care about getting caught. “Basically, the Russians got caught with their equipment, people who were doing it, and they have got to pay the piper. They are going to have to be held to account,” US Defense Secretary James Mattis said in Brussels, where he was meeting with NATO allies. Mattis said the West has a wide variety of responses available.

Britain’s ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Wilson, said the GRU would no longer be allowed to act with impunity. Calling Russia a “pariah state,” British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “Where Russia acts in an indiscriminate and reckless way, where they have done in terms of these cyberattacks, we will be exposing them.” Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov of Russia said that the US is taking a “dangerous path” by “deliberately inciting tensions in relations between the nuclear powers,” adding that Washington’s European allies should also think about it. - AP

Schumer arrested Actress-comedian Amy Schumer and model Emiy Ratajkowski are among those who were detained at a protest against US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in Washington DC. SNBC shared an image of Schumer being detained on Twitter. Ratajkowski shared an image of herself at the protest on Instagram, saying she had been arrested protesting Kavanaugh’s nomination. “Today I was arrested protesting the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, a man who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault,” she says. “Men who hurt women can no longer be placed in positions of power.”

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Kavanaugh: ‘I might have been too emotional’ Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh acknowledged yesterday he “might have been too emotional” when testifying about sexual misconduct allegations as he made a final bid to win over wavering GOP senators on the eve of a crucial vote to advance his confirmation. Three GOP senators and one Democrat remain undecided about elevating Kavanaugh to the high court. Two of the Republicans signalled yesterday that they were satisfied with the findings of a confidential new FBI report into the assault allegations, boosting the hopes of GOP leaders. President Donald Trump rallied behind Kavanaugh during a campaign event in

Brett Kavanaugh Minnesota, telling supporters that the “rage-fuelled resistance” to his nominee “is starting to backfire at a level nobody has ever seen before”. Still, Kavanaugh’s op-ed underscored that his performance at a Senate hearing last

week opened new questions about his impartiality and judicial temperament. Democrats say Kavanaugh’s assertion that left-wing groups seeking “revenge on behalf of the Clintons” were behind the misconduct allegations suggests he would rule from the bench with a partisan bent. In an op-ed yesterday in The Wall Street Journal, Kavanaugh said there were “a few things I should not have said” during the hearing. “Going forward, you can count on me to be the same kind of judge and person I have been for my entire 28-year legal career: hardworking, even-keeled, openminded, independent and dedicated to the Constitu-

tion and the public good,” he wrote. Senate leaders set a pivotal preliminary vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination. If that succeeds, a final roll call was expected later today as the long, emotional battle over the conservative jurist drew toward its climax. Six days after Trump reluctantly ordered the FBI to scrutinise the accusations – which allegedly occurred in the 1980s and Kavanaugh has denied – leading GOP lawmakers briefed on the agency’s confidential document all reached the same conclusion: There was no verification of the women’s past claims and nothing new. - AP

Westlife confirmed Westlife have confirmed their muchanticipated reunion and huge stadium tour, six years after their split. In a playful video, founding members Shane Filan, Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne, and Mark Feehily are seen entering a room where they greet one another fondly. At Shane’s prompting, the Flying Without Wings hitmakers say “Hi, we’re Westlife” as Nicky stands up. Referring to the group’s famous dance move, he jokingly says: “I thought we were doing the key change,” as the band laugh. Shane then says: “We’ll be seeing you soon.” The absence of original member Brian McFadden, 38, confirmed he will not be a part of the reunion, the DailyMail reports.


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‘No sign of life in hotel rubble’ French rescuers said yesterday they were unable to find the possible sign of life they detected a day earlier under the rubble of a hotel that collapsed in the earthquake a week ago on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island. The five-member team from French organisation Pompiers de l’urgence said late yesterday its life-searching sensor “detected the presence of a victim” under thick concrete in the wreckage of the Mercure Hotel in Palu. The device can pick up breathing and heartbeats, but the team also cautioned gas leaks and other factors can result in false positives. The team stopped digging overnight. But after an hour of searching yesterday, team member Philip Besson said they couldn’t find the signal again. “We strongly believed in it yesterday. Now we have nothing at all ... we tried everything and have no response,” he said. Local rescuers were continuing to dig at the site. The death toll from the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that spawned the tsunami has risen to 1558. Many families, though, never registered their losses with police. It’s also unknown how many might have drowned, been swept out to sea or were swallowed up

A worker salvages an item from the heavily damaged Mercure hotel after a massive earthquake and tsunami hit Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. PHOTO AP in two Palu neighbourhoods where the ground liquefied as the quake’s shaking condensed loose, wet soil into mud. Lisda Cancer, who heads the local police’s Department of Victim Identification, said about

600 of the bodies buried in mass graves in Palu alone were unclaimed. Until Wednesday, authorities had been photographing them in hopes that relatives could identify them later. “But we had to stop because

the corpses we’re recovering now have decayed too much,” Cancer said. “They’ve become a health hazard, and the instructions are to bury them immediately.” The disaster has overwhelmed local authorities. - AP

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Scout movement apologises to child abuse victims

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“The apology is a genuine and heartfelt admission that, for some young people, their time in scouting was a negative experience. For this, we are truly sorry,” he added. Allegations of years of abuse within scouts were heard during the government-commissioned Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, which made its final report in December. Australia’s longest-running royal commission – which is the country’s highest form of inquiry – had been investigating since 2012 how institutions responded to sexual abuse of children in Australia over 90 years. The inquiry heard the

testimonies of more than 8000 survivors of child sex abuse. Scouts Australia joined a national redress programme that was recommended by the royal commission and began on July 1. The plan covers people who were sexually abused as children by institutional figures over decades. Payments are capped at 150,000 Australian dollars, with previously received compensation being deducted from any new amount. Scouts, Young Men’s Christian Association, better known as YMCA, Catholic Church, Anglican Church and Salvation Army were among the first organisations to sign up to the government’s redress programme. - AP

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In brief Killed by a sea snake A British man has died after being bitten by a sea snake on a fishing trawler in Australia, police have said. The man, 23, had just pulled up a net off the coast of the Northern Territory when he was bitten. Emergency crews were called to the boat, near island Groote Eylandt, but were unable to save the man. UK consular officials have been notified, Northern Territory Police said. According to research published last year, snakes were responsible for 27 deaths in Australia between 2000 and 2013. - BBC

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aside to help solve the problem, according to the journal. The Environment Agency has revealed a criminal investigation has now been launched. It is understood the trusts affected may have to store their own waste at hospitals in bespoke trailers under a contingency plan. - NZME

An earthquake yesterday shook parts of a northern Japanese island where a stronger temblor last month set off deadly landslides and damaged a power plant. No injuries or damage has been reported from the latest earthquake on Hokkaido island near the town of Atsuma. The Japan Meteorological Agency measured the quake at magnitude 5.2, revising from an earlier measurement of 5.3. But it scared many people including residents in Atsuma, where the magnitude 6.7 earthquake a month ago caused landslides and killed more than 40 people. That quake also damaged a major power plant in the town, blacking out all of the island’s nearly 3 million households and forcing essential services such as hospitals and traffic lights to use generators or other backups. The new quake was an aftershock to the September 6 temblor, the agency said, cautioning residents that more shaking could occur at any time. Footage on NHK national television showed employees at the Atsuma town hall standing up and watching a television monitor, as an earthquake alarm sounded. Hokkaido Electric Power Co. said all of its power plants were intact after the quake. - AP

An eight-year-old found a preViking-era sword while swimming in a lake in Sweden. Saga Vanecek found the relic in the Vidöstern lake while at her family’s holiday home in Jönköping County. The sword was initially reported to be 1000 years old, but experts at the local museum now believe it may date to around 1500 years ago. “It’s not every day that you step on a sword in the lake!” Mikael Nordström from the museum said. - BBC

It’s work, as usual A construction worker who pocketed a cool $NZ150˜million after hitting the jackpot turned up to work the next day – and has no plans to quit his job any time soon. Nandlall Mangal, a New Yorker originally from Guyana, won a total of $US245.6 million ($NZ378 million) in the New York Lottery’s Powerball Game on August 11 after buying a $US10 ($NZ15) ticket during a grocery shop. After taxes were deducted, the 42-year-old took home just under $US100 million ($NZ150 million). But while most of us would have been busy popping the champagne and booking luxury holidays, Mangal decided to turn up to work as normal. - NZME

Drunk birds cause havoc Police in Gilbert, Minnesota, are warning residents about a group of youthful residents unable to handle their alcohol. They’ve been drifting around town looking disoriented, narrowly avoiding getting hit by cars. But these aren’t teenagers getting drunk. Instead, it’s the local bird population. “The Gilbert Police Department has received several reports of birds that appear to be ‘under the influence’ flying into windows, cars and acting confused,” Police Chief Ty Techar said. An early frost meant that berries had fermented earlier than usual, he explained, and birds were eating them and getting drunk. - NZME

Detained three years An Adelaide man who posted videos online encouraging attacks on Jewish people will be detained for three years. The man, who cannot be named, was recently found not guilty of four counts of advocating terrorism because of mental impairment. But District Court Judge Stephen McEwen yesterday ordered he be detained for three more years. Judge McEwen previously expressed concerns if he was freed and failed to comply with release conditions. - AAP


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Ashburton stroke survivors are praising the FAST stroke awareness campaign. They know more than anyone that recognising when someone is having a stroke is crucial to getting that person the urgent help they need, thus improving their chances of recovery. Susan Sandys reports.

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shburton man Graham Butler found his arm was not working properly when he woke up one day in August last year. “I couldn’t roll a cigarette, and that frustrated me, and it just got worse,” Butler said. He headed off to his GP, who thought he had had a stroke. But at the hospital, staff decided it was just a damaged nerve that would get better. Six days later, however, he found himself back at his doctor’s, this time suffering more symptoms including a droopy face and slurring. The delayed prognosis affects Butler to this day with limited movement on his left side, whereas he would have made a faster and more thorough recovery if he had received immediate help. Butler is a member of the Ashburton Stroke and Brain Injury Support Group, where his tale of slow recovery is a story all too common. Fellow member Petra was living in Christchurch nine years ago when she suffered a stroke in her lounge-room. Her son came into the room, but neither of them knew what was happening. Her symptoms worsened over the next 20 minutes and luckily a courier happened to pop in and he was able to call an ambulance. Earlier that morning she had been to her doctor suffering a severe headache, but the warning signs were not spotted, and she did not even have her blood pressure taken. She has been left with a longterm disability, including not being able to move her left hand, preventing her from doing the craft activities she used to enjoy of knitting and crotchet. An Ashburton grandmother who is a member of the group suffered her stroke at 9pm one night about a year ago, but chose not to push the emergency button at her retirement village home. “I thought I would be alright, because I have been all my life,” she said. “The possibility I was having a stroke went through my head, but I didn’t want to bother people.” She collapsed in the bathroom early the next morning but was able to drag herself to the phone to call someone for help. Like Butler and Petra, she wish-

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es she had called for help straight away, however, she is making a good recovery and hopes to return to being able to drive. A stroke can affect people of all ages and among support group members is 47-year-old Carmen Marriott. She had a stroke at the age of 27, brought on by pregnancy. Ten years later she had another

one and ended up in emergency surgery and on life support. She made a remarkable recovery and today the mum of two relies on keeping fit and active to help with her ongoing issues relating to co-ordination and limited strength on her left side. President of the support group, George Samuel, said the FAST message was very relevant, just as

the stories of the many people in the support group showed. The group has about 12 members and meets every fortnight. It is not only for stroke and brain injury survivors of all ages, but also for their carers and relatives. In attendance at many of the meetings is Sue Kelly of Brain Injury New Zealand in Christchurch.


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“Since the launch in July, I’ve noticed the FAST messaging throughout New Zealand, in both English and Te Reo Maori. “It reinforced that people should call 111 if they experience or see someone else showing any signs of stroke.” “Taking action and calling 111 straight away gives people the best chance of recovery.”

round 9000 people have a stroke in New Zealand each year. On average, another New Zealander has a stroke every hour. Research shows stroke is a leading cause of death in New Zealand, behind heart disease and all cancers combined. But many, many New Zealanders who have a stroke recover and lead successful, happy lives.

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see, read, socialise or do things they were able to do before the stroke. Many people with stroke may also have fatigue or problems with remembering, understanding or thinking properly.

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ifferent parts of the brain control a person’s movements, senses, emotions and intellectual functions. The effects of stroke depend on which part of the brain is damaged and how severe the damage is. Disabilities from stroke range from slight to severe. Some people make a speedy recovery and return to their normal lives. Others have disabilities that may improve with time and can be managed. For many, disabilities may last a lifetime. A small number of people will need fulltime medical care.

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warning issued to fellow drivers in today’s edition of the Guardian by a former Ashburton local is something we can all relate to as we go about our day-to-day lives in our vehicles – but it’s a stark reality, we must all be aware of. Heath Walters writes on Page 5 today about the dangers of allowing another driver to wave you into an unoccupied space in traffic and talks about his experience in doing so which led to him appearing the Ashburton District Court this week. Firstly, congratulations to Heath for going public with his letter – yes, it was court-ordered, but only after the letter had actu-

ally been written and it takes some serious emotion to take something out into the open world which could ultimately see you subjected to some form of questioning. Heath’s major mistake, as can be seen through his letter, was trusting the judgement of someone else when in fact he should have ensured himself that the

path through was clear. For all the good intentions of the person who did allow him through, it ultimately could have had devastating circumstances, luckily though in this instance – that wasn’t the case. As drivers on our roads I’m sure there has been a point in time during our driving careers where we have all been guilty of following the same path as Heath. For all our stories about road accidents and fatal accidents, Kiwis are, by largely, very considerate when it comes to fellow road users. Everyone has been witness to, being given the opportunity, to enter into traffic before they

should have or have had lights flashed at them to indicate it’s safe to move into a line at some point in time. We’ve all followed a slow-moving vehicle which has indicated to the left, or moved over to the left, to allow us to pass – but the decision to do so ultimately rests on our own shoulders and not those who are trying to do a kind act. Sadly, these generous moments sometimes have serious outcomes that could have easily been avoided. The hope with the letter published in today’s Guardian from Heath is that by reading his words and learning of his experience of not checking himself is that a few

more drivers might think twice about their actions before they follow the direction of someone else without paying their own due diligence. Often, it’s a split-second decision – one made on a whim and with very little thought, but it is one we need to be aware of and one we should be vigilant about making in the future. And if those same words on page five mean that even just one less accident occurs because of the same circumstances, then that’s a win for the future safety of our roads. Because ultimately, that is the end goal – safer New Zealand roads for all who use them.

reeled and global markets plunged, President George W. Bush said the US economy was going to be “just fine” in the long run, but cautioned that the massive rescue plan would take time to work. The Dow industrial average dropped to 9955, its first close below 10,000 since 2004. Germany’s Harald zur Hausen and French researchers Francoise Barre-Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier shared the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine. Five years ago: International disarmament experts began dismantling and destroying Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal and the equipment used to produce it. At least 51 people

were killed in Egypt when security forces and Islamist protesters clashed during a national holiday. Tiger Woods beat Richard Sterne, 1 up, to give the Americans the 18 points they needed to win the Presidents Cup for the fifth straight time. One year ago: The board of directors of The Weinstein Co. said movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was on indefinite leave from the company he founded amid an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him. The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, a grassroots effort aimed at pressuring the world’s nuclear

powers to give up those weapons, won the Nobel Peace Prize. The NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights, the first major pro sports franchise in Las Vegas, played their first regular-season game in Dallas five days after the shooting that left 58 people dead in Las Vegas; the team would go on to reach the Stanley Cup finals in its first season. Today’s birthdays: Actress Britt Ekland is 76. Singer Millie Small is 72. The president of Sinn Fein, Gerry Adams, is 70. Singermusician Thomas McClary is 69. Musician Sid McGinnis is 69. Rock singer Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon) is 67. Rock singer-

musician David Hidalgo (Los Lobos) is 64. Actress Elisabeth Shue is 55. Singer Matthew Sweet is 54. Actress Jacqueline Obradors is 52. Country singer Tim Rushlow is 52. Rock musician Tommy Stinson is 52. Actress Amy Jo Johnson is 48. Actress Emily Mortimer is 47. Actor Lamman Rucker is 47. Actor Ioan Gruffudd is 45. Actor Jeremy Sisto is 44. Rhythm-andblues singer Melinda Doolittle is 41. Actor Wes Ramsey is 41. Singer-musician Will Butler is 36. Actress Stefanie Martini is 28. Thought for today: “Talking comes by nature, silence by wisdom.” — Author unknown. - AP

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TODAY IN HISTORY Today is Saturday, October 6, the 279th day of 2018. There are 86 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On Oct. 6, 1979, Pope John Paul II, on a week-long US tour, became the first pontiff to visit the White House, where he was received by President Jimmy Carter. On this date: In 1683, thirteen families from Krefeld, Germany, arrived in Philadelphia to begin Germantown, one of America’s oldest settlements. In 1892, British poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson died in Surrey, England, at age 83. In 1927, the era of talking pictures arrived with the opening of The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolson, a feature containing both silent and sound-synchronized sequences. In 1928, Chiang Kai-shek became president of China. In 1939, in a speech to the Reichstag, German Chancellor Adolf Hitler spoke of his plans to reorder the ethnic layout of Europe — a plan which would entail settling the “Jewish problem”. In 1958, the nuclear submarine USS Seawolf surfaced after spending 60 days submerged. In 1973, war erupted in the Middle East as Egypt and Syria launched a surprise attack on Israel during the Yom Kippur holiday. (Israel, initially caught off guard, managed to push back the Arab forces before a ceasefire finally took hold in the nearly three-week conflict.) In 1976, President Gerald R. Ford, in his second presidential debate with Democrat Jimmy Carter, asserted that there was “no Soviet domination of eastern Europe”. (Ford later conceded such was not the case.) In 1981, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was shot to death by extremists while reviewing a military parade. In 1989, actress Bette Davis died in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, at age 81. Ten years ago: As Wall Street


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his week I wanted to throw the spotlight and some love on some of the outstanding businesses in our local community. It’s one thing to operate profitably and efficiently in an increasingly difficult and complex marketplace, but it’s another to balance the myriad requests for “help” that most people in business encounter. Ask any manager or owner, every week there are usually people walking through the door looking for something for nothing. All for a good cause of course. I’ll admit to being involved in a number of community projects both here and elsewhere around New Zealand where I’ve had to man up, and approach businesses for help. Mindful they are being hit-on all the time. Right now, I’m right in the thick of another one. Knocking together funding applications to trusts and knocking on doors or picking up the phone. The Ashburton Fire Museum is the current focus and has been since 2015 when our small team was tasked by the Ashburton Volunteer Fire Brigade to redevelop and expand their heritage collection at The Plains Village into the best brigade-owned display in the country. A tall order, and three years later we are now well on track. We got off to a great start when we were directed to Stu Tarbotton. He came over to our ground-breaking ceremony at Tinwald and promptly turned up with his machinery and countless truckloads of hard-fill to scrape, prepare and compact our site for construction of the floor. He didn’t just cut us a sharp

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deal, – he donated the entire effort. Nice one Stu. Our project encompasses two exhibition halls, and we need the entire roof area painted out completely. A huge job, and at height as well. I picked up the phone to Darcy Prendergast at Spraymarks some months back and told him what we were up to, what we needed and might he be keen to help? There was no “let me think about it”.

that we try and get some local sparkies to give us a couple of Saturdays to handle the electrical installation. I asked my mate John Glendinning who runs Specialised Electrical Services whether he might be interested in building up our new mains switchboard as a contribution. Once he visited the site and saw what we were up to, he stepped up and is looking after the entire electrical fit-out. A huge job. With us doing the monkey work to ease his load. “Just put my name a bit bigger on the board”. Sure thing. John was in the local volunteer brigade down at Outram near Dunedin some years ago, so having the firefighter gene may have helped us a bit there. An incredible contribution. And he keeps

We live in an incredible community. Good people are helping us achieve great things in all sorts of community projects

He heard our story, liked what we were setting out to achieve and said “Yes”. Right there and then. Together with help from Craig Bishop at The Finishing Company, they are doing the job this week. And providing all the paint. Wow! A couple of local electrical wholesalers readily donated cable and hardware. Neil at Ideal Electrical and Pete at Redpaths saved us a lot of cash we would have had to scrape from somewhere. There was a suggestion

coming up with ways to make what we are doing even better. Once our new Hall Two was up, the original cladding on Hall One looked decidedly aged and unbecoming. Enter Canterbury Long Run Iron who donated matching coloursteel for one side, and our building project manager Jim Reed (another former firefighter), stepped up and forked out for new cladding on the opposite side as well. It just goes on and on. Jeff Har-

vey signwriter became enthused with the whole deal and has donated his time and expertise to be our interior fit-out design consultant. And he’s providing some of our display and sign elements as well. Kennards Hire gave us free rein of a large SkyJack lift for literally months. You have no idea how handy that great piece of kit has been. There are countless others who have stepped up or stepped in to help make our ambitious plans work and remain within our very prudent budget. As well as the usual funding through trusts and local service clubs including all manner of organisations, the response so far has been incredibly heartwarming. Much of the exhibition storytelling will be handled on a huge screen. The Ashburton Club and MSA helped us out there with a grant for our large format projector. The overwhelming thing out of all this, is the realisation that we live in an incredible community. Good people are helping us achieve great things in all sorts of community projects. They say what goes around comes around. Almost 150 years of voluntary service by Ashburton Volunteer Fire Brigade members to Ashburton may certainly have helped. Thanks team. You are awesome. Broadcaster Peter Mac is Ashburton born and bred and the afternoon host on the Hokonui Radio Network. The views expressed in this column are his and do not reflect the opinion of his employer or the Ashburton Guardian.

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e are heading off to take part in a race – actually a relay. It involves a good track, interesting scenery, enjoyable social interaction and a great afternoon tea afterwards. There are many aspects to such a race and it got me to thinking how the Bible uses the imagery of a race to describe life. Sometimes it speaks of the stadia where the crowd watch the competition. Other times it speaks of the effort of competing or the discipline of training and yet again in other places the endurance that is needed for a long race. I’ll only be walking a bit over 6km in my leg of the relay, other team members will be doing longer legs.

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Some of the Bible passages contain observations. “In a race, all run but only one gets the prize” 1 Cor 9:24 which is followed up with “Run to obtain the prize”. The letter to the Hebrews says “Let us lay aside every weight and sin which clings so closely and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us”. Makes sense, doesn’t it? If you have a marathon to run you need to get rid of everything that will make it harder, and then you

need to keep going until the end. The Apostle Paul was able to write to Timothy: “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”. Through all the difficulties and persecutions he faced, he had endured until the end. This makes the Christian life sound a bit daunting. It might even appear to say that “if it’s going to be, it’s up to me” – the very opposite of the Gospel, and a discouragement to those who struggle. When it comes to winning the prize, the most important question is this: “Are you qualified?” Our natural condition of rebellion against God leaves us automatically disqualified and therefore ineligible for the prize

of eternal life. The Gospel is the good news that God sent His Son to enable our qualification. Through faith in Him we are declared eligible for the prize. More than that, everyone who crosses the finish line gets a prize and even better, He promises to give you the help you need to get to the finish. In the end, it is not our efforts, but the hard work that Christ has done for us that makes the difference. Come to him in faith and the victory is yours. Yes, He still requires you to run and to endure – but provides all you need to do this. The Rev. David Bayne is with the Grace Presbyterian Church

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Slow-cooked pulled lamb Serves 6 1-1.5kg Quality Mark lamb shoulder, bone-in 25g butter 4 large onions, quartered 1 whole bulb garlic, cloves peeled 1C white wine 1C chicken or beef stock 4 stalks fresh rosemary 3 bay leaves Zest of 1 lemon 1T dijon or wholegrain mustard 2 anchovies, finely chopped 1T cumin seeds 3t cornflour mixed with 1/4 C water Fresh chopped herbs, to garnish ■ Preheat the oven to 130°C conventional bake. ■ Heat a little oil in a large frying pan over a high heat. Add the lamb, skin side down, and cook until browned. Turn over and brown the other side, then set aside on a plate. Drain excess fat from the pan. ■ Reduce the heat to medium-high, add the butter to the same pan and cook the onions for a few minutes until golden. Add the garlic cloves and cook for another few minutes. Add the wine, turn up the heat and let it bubble rapidly for a minute (scrape up any caramelised meat juices stuck to the bottom). Add the stock, rosemary stalks, bay leaves and lemon zest. Stir and carefully pour everything into your largest roasting dish. ■ Add the lamb to the dish, skin-side

up. Spread the mustard and anchovies over top and drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle with the cumin seeds and season. Cover the dish tightly with tinfoil and bake in the oven for 5 hours or until falling off the bone. Baste the lamb a couple of times while cooking. Remove the aluminium foil, turn up the oven to 200°C and cook for another 10-15 minutes until the lamb is browned and crunchy on top. Transfer the lamb to a warmed plate or platter (you can use a dinner plate to transfer it instead of tongs, as it will be falling apart and very tender) and cover with the foil. Let it rest for 10-15 minutes before serving. To remove the layer of oil on top of the pan juices, gently lay 6-7 paper towels flat on the surface without pressing down. Wait a few minutes for them to soak through, then discard. Pour the remaining pan juices through a sieve into a clean saucepan. Add the cornflour mixture and boil until reduced to a nice pouring sauce while the lamb rests. Taste and season as required. Pull the lamb into nice big chunks. Serve on mashed potatoes or kumara with seasonal vegetables, pour gravy over and scatter with fresh herbs if you like. Recipe courtesy of www.recipes.co.nz Beef + Lamb New Zealand

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Air NZ, Singapore Airlines extend alliance The government has extended a partnership between Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines for another five years, saying it creates stronger bonds with South East Asia. Transport Minister Phil Twyford said the strategic alliance has been reauthorised until March 2024, when the airlines will have to show the partnership hasn’t weighed on competition. The airlines sought to have it extended to March 2026, saying the alliance had proved its value so far and to provide them with enough certainty to add capacity. “The services the airlines provide through the alliance strengthens New Zealand’s ties with our close neighbours in South East Asia and with other emerging markets throughout Asia,” Twyford said. “Reauthorisation of the alliance will result in more benefits to travellers. These benefits include

a wider range of flight times, more seats and reciprocal frequent flyer schemes.” The deal means Air NZ and Singapore Airlines can co-operate on routes between New Zealand and Singapore and share the revenue. Since it first started in January 2015, the airlines have increased the number of flights between the two nations and added seat capacity by more than 25 per cent. A new service between Auckland and Singapore is scheduled to start later this month, adding a third daily flight and adding an

annual 165,000 seats. At peak service, the airlines operate 35 return flights a week. Auckland International Airport, Tourism New Zealand and Tourism Industry Aotearoa supported the application for the reauthorisation, including the longer term. Christchurch International Airport was more sceptical, saying a shorter term could deliver some of the public benefits claimed by the airlines, and suggesting the alliance only be authorised for four years. - NZME

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Rudings said the kiwi could dip as low as 63.50 US cents in the near term, in particular if the payrolls number is stronger than expected. The kiwi dropped to 49.68 British pence from 50.20 pence on Thursday and declined to 56.17 euro cents from 56.58 cents. New Zealand’s dollar traded at 91.51 Australian cents from 91.59 cents on Thursday and fell to 4.4395 Chinese yuan from 4.4601 yuan. It dropped to 73.62 yen from 74.18 yen. New Zealand’s two-year swap rate was unchanged at 2 per cent, while the 10-year swap rose 1 basis point to 2.89 per cent. - NZME

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It is now hovering around 3.19 per cent after strong data upped the chances of more US rate increases. Earlier in the week, the greenback also got a solid lift when Fed chair Jerome Powell said interest rates “may go past neutral, but we’re a long way from neutral at this point, probably,” according to CNBC. “After the Fed endorsed the robust US economy, the market seems to have given up trying to fight against it. I think it’s been a bit of a reality check week that the US economic strength isn’t going to go away,” said Martin Rudings, senior dealer foreign exchange at OMF.

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The New Zealand dollar is headed for a 2.3 per cent weekly fall against the US dollar after strong data there and hawkish comments from the chair of the Federal Reserve increased speculation that US rates will keep rising. The kiwi traded at 64.65 US cents at 5pm yesterday versus 64.78 cents at 8am in Wellington and 64.97 cents on Thursday. It was at 66.16 last Friday in New York and is hovering around lows not seen since February 2016. The trade-weighted index dropped to 70.81 from 71.11. The benchmark 10-year US Treasury briefly pushed above 3.23 per cent overnight Thursday, its highest level since 2011.

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leading secondary processor and distributor of processed steel in NZ. The acquisition of STU is consistent with FBU’s fiveyear strategy, providing an opportunity to create the leading steel distribution business in the NZ market,” Citi’s report said. Forsyth Barr is the most supportive: “While we believe Fletcher’s proposal to acquire Steel & Tube is strategically rational, our enthusiasm is constrained by the transaction’s numerous hurdles ahead, modest materiality and the company’s chequered

takeover as opportunistic and it raised historic concerns. “While we recognise Fletcher’s history on acquisitions is very poor, in our view, Steel & Tube is probably the most logical and lowest risk opportunity for it to consider – it is New Zealand based, Fletcher knows the company and industry well, and the synergy opportunities are likely considerable. We believe Fletcher is likely the highest value owner of Steel & Tube,” the Forbar analysts said. “We expect the potential synergies are likely considerable across opex savings, procurement scale, lower inventory levels, and potential revenue and margin benefits. Offsetting will be some revenue losses – at very least there will be customers who are currently supplied by FBU and STU who want to maintain dual supply, plus competitors will see the combination as an opportunity to take share.” Mark Malpass, Steel & Tube chief executive, acknowledged the company’s market capitalisation had risen from about $210m to $263m since Fletcher’s bid. But he reiterated the board’s opinion that the $1.70/share offer significantly undervalued the business which had been trading around $1.83 till May when a writedown was announced. “Fletchers are trying to take advantage of a weak spot,” Malpass said. - NZME

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Analysts are divided about Fletcher Building’s proposed $282 million takeover of Steel & Tube: one cautiously supports the deal but is worried about potential hurdles like the Commerce Commission, another robustly opposes it for three reasons and a third says it will be strategically positive. “Is it a deal, is it a steal?” ask Matt Henry and Matt Dunn of Forsyth Barr, roundly supporting the hostile bid, opposed by the target company’s board. Forbar supports the takeover as “probably the most logical and lowest risk opportunity for it to consider”. But UBS is against it, saying it is “un-intuitive” for three reasons: 1. Fletcher should focus on its sprawling operations before it looks to increase its footprint; 2. The $282m price would consume about a third of the UBS’s estimate of available funds and reduce the flexibility to gain scale in Australia; 3. The takeover share price high, at 44 per cent premium to Steel’s average market capitalisation in the past three years, suggesting a high price earnings multiple, “a 16 per cent premium to FBU’s multiple. In our view, investors would be excused for asking why buying back shares is not a better use of funds”. Citi analysts said the deal would be “strategically positive” for Fletcher. “STU is a

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■ RUGBY LEAGUE

Home ground final BY ERIN TASKER

ERIN.T@THEGUARDIAN.CO.NZ

When the Country Cowboys roll in to Ashburton today for a rugby league showdown with the Ashburton Barbarians, the Temuka team will be met by a home side full of determination and desire. The two sides are set to meet in the 2018 Aoraki Cup final at Robilliard Park this afternoon and while it’s a repeat of the 2017 final, the Barbarians are out to ensure the end result is not the same. Ashburton Barbarians captain Taki Eketone said his side was determined to give home fans something to cheer about, in a game the club didn’t imagine it’d be hosting a couple of weeks ago. “We weren’t supposed to have (the final) at home. “Points-wise, where we were last week on the table, we were never meant to even make the final, but the boys turned up,” Eketone said. Heading into last weekend’s final round robin matches, the Timaru Outlaws looked set in a finals spot at the top of the table, with the Barbarians and Cowboys two points behind. The final round was a double header in Timaru and the Cowboys joined the Outlaws at the top of the table with a big 56-26 win over the Chertsey Oilers, meaning the Barbarians had to win by at least 16 points against the Outlaws to secure that home final, which the Ashburton side did, winning 38-20. That meant the Barbarians, Cowboys and Outlaws all finished on the same points at the top of the table and it came back to points differential, with the Barbarians finishing on top and the Cowboys second. Eketone said there was no shortage of determination within the Barbarians ranks, with the disappointment of missing out on making the final of the Canterbury Rugby League (CRL) division one competition a couple of months ago still fresh. The Barbarians and the Burnham Chevaliers looked on track to be the two teams to fight it out in that final, but after not having been beaten at home all season, the Barbarians lost two at Robilliard Park on the trot and missed out on that second finals berth to the Woolston Rams. The side was gutted and will be

Randy Brown looks to get a pass away during an Ashburton Barbarians training session in the build up to today’s big final. PHOTO ERIN TASKER 041018-ET-0020

out to make amends today. Despite those two late losses at home, Robilliard Park had largely been a happy hunting ground for the Barbarians this season and Eketone and his crew were hoping the side’s faithful and passionate supporters would be out in force for what was the side’s final game of the season. He said the Barbarians had a

good turn-out at trainings this week ahead of the big game, but the side would be without a couple of key players for the clash, with Johno Simon away and Devaun Thompson having been handed a suspension following last weekend’s win. But, it took more than just two players to make a team, and if the Barbarians could produce a full

80-minute performance a win was on the cards. “We can do it, if we can free up a lot of space for our little fullback Xavier Bartlett,” Eketone said. When the Barbarians met the defending champion Cowboys in round one of the Aoraki Cup – or the Duncan McGregor Memorial Cup – the Cowboys won it by just two points, and the Barbarians

side was confident it could turn that around. Eketone said the Barbarians had it over the Cowboys in the first half, but let the game slip away in the second half, and the Barbarians would not make that same mistake again today. The Barbarians take on the Cowboys in the final at Robilliard Park today at 2pm.


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In brief Maguire rejects Manly Embattled NRL club Manly have confirmed Michael Maguire has knocked back an offer to take over from Trent Barrett as Sea Eagles coach next year. Manly still hope to name a new mentor soon, insisting they are still in talks with a “number of outstanding candidates”. It is believed Maguire was offered a lucrative three-year deal to take over from Barrett, who handed in his resignation mid-season and must remain at the club until July 2019 under his contract. - AAP

Manu cleared for Tonga Tonga skipper Sika Manu has been cleared of a knee injury and will lead the Mate Ma’a in their historic rugby league test against Australia in Auckland. Coach Kristian Woolf is breathing a sigh of relief after confirming his inspirational skipper in his trimmed 19-strong squad for the October 20 clash – their first test against Australia. Just weeks ago, Woolf was gutted by reports claiming Manu had suffered a season-ending knee injury playing for Hull FC. Manu leads a strong Tonga squad boasting NRL stars Andrew Fifita, Jason Taumalolo and Tevita Pangai. - AAP

Cleary off to Panthers

Tennis in the sunset a popular pastime Returning a ball during the opening night of the Sunset Doubles tennis competition at the Ashburton Trust Tennis Centre on Thursday night was Lydia Dawber. Dawber was part of the One Hit Wonders team which took on The Ladies in the ladies’ grade. This year’s competition had attracted 36 teams and the biggest change compared to last season was the splitting of division two into an A and a B section. Nine teams would contest division one, while 14 teams were split across the two division two sections, and there were seven teams in division three. Women’s and mixed teams were spread throughout the divisions, but there was also a PHOTO ERIN TASKER 041018-ET-0006 dedicated ladies’ grade and this year that had six teams fighting it out for honours.

■ YACHTING

Why Coutts and Ellison left Sir Russell Coutts has spoken for the first time about how he and Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison decided to walk away from the America’s Cup. In an exclusive interview published on sailing website yachtracing.life, top sailing journalist Justin Chisholm talked to Coutts following the launch of the new sailing circuit, SailGP. Coutts recalled what happened after Oracle lost the Cup to Emirates Team New Zealand in Bermuda last year. “Larry called me and asked me if I wanted to do the America’s Cup again,” Coutts said. “When I told him I didn’t, he said he didn’t want to either and suggested we should do something new. “He loves sailing as much as I do and so we talked about the possibility of creating a proper professional sailing series. “He agreed to underwrite it so that we could do it properly. “Larry’s belief was that we have learned so many lessons together over the last 10 years that we have a really good chance of creating something successful. “What we have with SailGP is

Ivan Cleary has reportedly agreed terms with his former NRL club Penrith and will join the Panthers as coach from 2021. News Corp Australia reported the current Wests Tigers coach has signed a three-year deal with the Panthers. Speculation is sure to mount that Cleary will look to get out of his current deal with the Tigers earlier, perhaps even before the 2019 season. Last week the Panthers announced that Ivan’s son Nathan Cleary had re-signed with the club on a new five-year deal. - AAP

Johnson full of praise Shaun Johnson has praised Kiwis coach Michael Maguire and New Zealand Rugby League boss Greg Peters for connecting with players to create a more positive team environment ahead of next Saturday’s trans-Tasman test against the Kangaroos. The Warriors star has been impressed by the pair’s efforts to reach out and keep senior players informed of their plans to take the Kiwis forward following the disappointments of last year’s World Cup. Johnson says the channels of communication between Kiwis management and players are more open and inclusive than he has experienced since he made his international debut in 2012. - NZME

Storm keep young guns

Larry Ellison an idea totally without any handcuffs on. “This is a blank sheet of paper and making what we believe are the best business decisions based on our experience and what makes more logical business sense.” Coutts believes that the experience gained in the three America’s Cup cycles will prove vital to bringing SailGP to fruition. “I think that if I had been do-

ing this 10 years ago, I don’t think we would have been making as many of the right decisions,” he said. “Now we have realised what works: in a broadcast sense, in an events and hospitality sense, on the branding and how we market an event like this. “All of these things have evolved over time and it is hard when you are first getting into a new business to make all the right deci-

sions, so I really think we stand a better chance at this today than we would have 10 years ago.” Only the British team was announced at the London launch but the other five team lineups – representing Australia, China, France, Japan and USA – are locked in and will be made public at individual country-centric events over the next three weeks. - NZME

They are still waiting on veteran skipper Cameron Smith but Melbourne have locked in young stars Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Jahrome Hughes and Scott Drinkwater going into the NRL off-season. Giant Kiwi front rower Asofa-Solomona, 22, has signed a four-year contract extension that will ensure he stays at the Storm for at least five more seasons. Exciting backs Hughes and Drinkwater both signed new twoyear deals taking them through to the end of 2020 and they could compete for the fullback spot left vacant by superstar Billy Slater’s retirement. - AAP


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■ RUGBY

Getting to know – Tyler Blackburn Who is your rugby idol? Taine Randell

HAMMERS’ LINE-UP

If you could invite any five people in the world around for dinner, who would they be? Mark Wahlberg, Macklemore, Muhammed Ali, Ritchie McCaw and of course Goldberg, for the good banter.

The provisional Mid Canterbury starting line-up for today’s match against Buller: 1 Tom Heywood, 2 Jackson Donlan, 3 Matt Groom, 4 Logan Bonnington, 5 Eric Duff, 6 Angus Lindsay, 7 Seta Koroitamana, 8 Aron Einarsson, 9 Will Mackenzie, 10 Nathan McCloy, 11 Hugh Griffiths, 12 Tyler Blackburn, 13 Tom Hanham-Carter, 14 Dan Fransen, 15 Timoci Nabakeke. Reserves: Angus McKenzie, Fakatoka Penisimani, Matt Bentley, Tom Blyth, Brian Matoramusha, Isireli Masiwini, Oscar Baisagale.

What do you eat for breakfast on the day of a big game? The classic bacon and eggs with some spaghetti.

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

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Mid Canterbury’s top try scorers after six rounds Dan Fransen Seta Koroitamana Isireli Masiwini Brian Matoramusha

Mid Canterbury West Coast North Otago Poverty Bay Buller East Coast

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Shades of Dublin All Blacks loose forward Sam Cane has flashbacks of revenge over Ireland two years ago on the eve of tomorrow’s clash against the Springboks in Pretoria. The Rugby Championship winners go into the tournament’s final game looking to bounce back following the 36-34 defeat to South Africa in Wellington last month. “It sort of reminds me of 2016 when we lost to Ireland and then we had to wait to play them again. Except we’ve had to wait three weeks now.” - NZME

TMOs reined in World Rugby has reined in the power of television match officials for the end of year internationals in Europe and handed back more control to on field referees. The influence of the TMO came under heavy scrutiny during the June tests in the southern hemisphere and the latter stages of the Super Rugby competition. World Rugby council member John Jeffrey, a former Scotland international, said the decision making focus would shift back to on field referees during those internationals. The influence of television officials would also be restricted to checking tries and for foul play. ‘On the run’ conversations between the TMO and three on field officials would also be removed. - NZME

Retirement short-lived By Erin TaskEr

Erin.t@thEguardian.co.nz

Southern’s Logan Bonnington was called in to the Mid Canterbury squad as injury cover in week four of the Heartland Championship, and today he’ll start in his second game running when Mid Canterbury takes on Buller. PHOTO ASHBURTON GUARDIAN

At the end of the 2018 Mid Canterbury Rugby Watters Cup final, Logan Bonnington hung his boots up and didn’t think he’d be dusting them off again until the start of the 2019 season. But then he got an unexpected call from Mid Canterbury coach Sean Carter. It was the day before Mid Canterbury was due to head to Wanganui for its round four Heartland Championship clash and a mid-week injury to Jesse Houston had left a hole in the Hammers’ forward pack, so Carter turned to Bonnington. The 27-year-old farm worker from Mayfield was no stranger to playing for his province. The Southern lock had been a regular in the side since making his debut in 2012, but he’d decided to take a year off from representative duty this season to spend more time with his wife and his eight-month-old baby girl. “I had played a few years for the Heartland team now and I was just keen to have an early season. “But they got a bit short and Carts gave me a call, a bit of an SOS,” Bonnington said. Less than 24 hours after that call, Bonnington was on a plane with his Mid Canterbury team-mates bound for Wanganui. He was on the bench for that game and thought he might get 10 minutes late in the game, but it turned out he got a good 40 minutes on the park in that 30-12 loss. Bonnington hadn’t picked up a rugby ball for a few weeks, but his fitness

wasn’t too bad, fortunately. It just took him a bit longer to recover. He didn’t play in the next game against South Canterbury as he was away – having made himself unavailable for selection he’d made a few plans – but when Mid Canterbury returned home to play East Coast in round six, Bonnington was not just there, he was starting. He ran on in the number four jersey in that game, a 56-7 win, and he scored a try as a bonus. Today, when Mid Canterbury takes on Buller in a crucial clash in Westport, Bonnington will again start at lock. It may not have been how Bonnington planned to be spending his Saturday afternoons in September and October, but he was happy to be back in the side and was hopeful Mid Canterbury could bounce back from three losses and still make the Meads Cup (top four) finals. Bonnington was no stranger to playing Buller. He was one of the few players in the side that had experienced beating the coast side. The last time Mid Canterbury beat Buller was in the 2014 Meads Cup final, which the then Glenn Moore-coached side won 36-13. Buller hadn’t lost a game that season and headed into the final as the hot favourites, but Mid Canterbury defied the underdog tag to take the title. This time around Buller had not won a game all season, and would go into today’s match as the underdogs. But Bonnington said nothing could be taken for granted against a side like Buller.


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Combo yet to excel By GrEGor Paul

Mid Canterbury captain Jackson Donlan led his side to victory against East Coast last week and will be looking to do the same this weekend against Buller. PHOTO ROBYN HOOD 290918-RH-032

■ RUGBY

‘Winning the only option’ By Erin TaskEr

Erin.t@thEguardian.co.nz

Mid Canterbury head into today’s crucial round seven Heartland rugby championship clash against Buller as favourites on paper, but coach Sean Carter and his men know a win won’t come easy. Buller haven’t won a game this season and are languishing down the bottom of the points table with East Coast the only team underneath them. It was a position the Coast side wasn’t used to, and one a proud union would not be happy with, so Mid Canterbury is wary. Carter said Buller would be out to take at least one big scalp this season and his players would be doing everything they could to ensure that scalp wasn’t theirs. Mid Canterbury’s season was hanging by a thread, in seventh spot on the points table with just two games to go and Carter said there was only one option, and that was to win. “We just don’t know where we’re going to end up. “It’s taking it game by game and doing our best to put everything else behind us and looking to what’s ahead,” Carter said. When it came to incentives though, Buller have plenty. A first win for the season, and a win over old foes Mid Canterbury was just the start of it.

Today is a big day for Buller, with one of the side’s stalwarts – Luke Brownlee – set to run on for his 200th appearance for his representative side. He made his debut in 1999 and as a mark of respect both Buller and Mid Canterbury will form a guard of honour as he runs out onto the field for today’s game. Mid Canterbury will also be marking a milestone today, with

back in the second half and won it 40-32. The last time Mid Canterbury beat Buller was in the 2014 Meads Cup final. The two didn’t meet in 2015, and when the two met in 2016 it was again Buller’s day. Mid Canterbury heads into the 2018 chapter of the long history between the two sides with their fate still up in the air.

It’s just unfortunate that we have put ourselves in that position where we are at the mercy of other teams

the game being loosehead prop Tom Heywood’s blazer game (16 games), and although that was a dip in the ocean compared to Brownlee’s achievements, Carter said it was still a big deal for the Hammers. He said Heywood was a young man who had worked hard in his first season in the green and gold last year and was excelling in 2018. When the two sides met last year it was Buller who came out on top. Mid Canterbury got out to a handy early lead, but Buller came

With six rounds gone, Mid Canterbury are seventh on the points table on 17 points, with three wins and three losses to their name. The Meads Cup (top four) was still within reach, and the Lochore Cup (fifth to eighth) was a realistic possibility, but the unthinkable was also on the cards – no finals at all. “It’s just unfortunate that we have put ourselves in that position where we are at the mercy of other teams,” Carter said. Today’s Mid Canterbury lineup featured only a couple of

changes from that which took to the park against East Coast and won 56-7 a week ago. Jarred Percival was away, so Nathan McCloy will get his second start of the season at first-five and Timoci Nabakeke would slot in to fullback, while Seta Koroitamana returns to the forwards after a week off. Percival’s absence left a gap in the side in terms of wisdom, option identification and communication, but Carter had confidence in the players that will take to the park today against a Buller side which will take no prisoners. Buller is solid across the park, with a big forward pack and a couple of players who could really open a game up, Carter said. “They rely a lot on James Lash who is their first-five and their game maker. “He’s quite a tactical player and uses the cross field kick quite a bit, and they have got a very solid centre who they go to, and a couple of good ball runners in the forwards,” Carter said. The biggest hurdle for Mid Canterbury this week could be the timetable of the past couple of days. The players were up at 5am yesterday to get to Christchurch to catch a plane to Hokitika, before bussing through to Westport for today’s game, which will start at the earlier than usual time of 1pm.

It’s a quirk of fate that the All Blacks have produced an endless stream of world class first-fives in the last decade but no iconic or famed halfback-No. 10 combination. What’s particularly quirky is that the All Blacks have dominated world rugby in the same period and yet most other history-making sides have had internationally recognised 9-10 combination pulling the strings. The great Welsh sides of the 1970s were governed by Gareth Edwards and Barry John and then Edwards and Phil Bennett. Australia had Nick Farr-Jones and Michael Lynagh in their first era and George Gregan and Stephen Larkham in their second. England had the pairing of Matt Dawson and Jonny Wilkinson and the Springboks built their 1995 World Cup triumph on Joost van der Westhuizen and Joel Stransky. The All Blacks have built plenty of enduring combinations in the last 15 years. They have produced a world class locking combination in Sam Whitelock and Brodie Retallick. The loose trio of Jerome Kaino, Richie McCaw and Kieran Read became recognised as one of the best and Ma’a Nonu and Conrad Smith have a world record as a centre pairing. But the All Blacks haven’t had a famed 9-10 combinations since Justin Marshall and Andrew Mehrtens. The question that arises is whether it is time to start considering Aaron Smith and Beauden Barrett as a great halfback-firstfive combination? They will start their 30th test together in Pretoria which makes them the most experienced All Blacks partnership since Mehrtens and Marshall. But what to make of the SmithBarrett combination? Marshall and Mehrtens had both individual and collective strengths that made them hugely influential tactical directors. Marshall, derided for an ill-conceived perception he was a poor passer, was one of the most astute and tactically aware halfbacks of the modern era. Smith and Barrett are a different proposition entirely. They are both individually among the best to ever play in their positions, but they tend to impose themselves through the speed of their movements and by directing a high octane game-plan. But there is a statistic that alludes to a weakness of the partnership. Their win ratio is 80 per cent, which compares with the All Blacks’ win ratio of 90 per cent since they played their first test together in 2014. Steve Hansen reckoned the game management in the most recent loss was non-existent. And this is the concern – they haven’t been consistently good at adapting when the opposition are shutting down their space. But they are relatively young and the next 12 months will demand they develop a greater breadth of tactical approaches and patience, discipline and control. - NZME


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■ LIVAMOL CLASSIC

■ ASCOT PARK

Quirky mare up for Livamol

The Croupier ready to roll

Multiple Group Two-winning mare Our Abbadean is after her first Group One scalp at Hastings today after impressing with her two fresh-up runs at Hawke’s Bay’s spring carnival. Trainer Jamie Richards has been pleased with the six-yearold’s first two runs when third in the Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) and fifth in the Gr.1 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) a fortnight ago and believes the 2040m distance of today’s Gr.1 Livamol Classic will suit the mare down to the ground. “She’s got a few quirks, she sort of has to have her own routine,” Richards said. “After she ran so well first-up at Hastings we thought we’d go back and have a crack at the Group One (Windsor Park Plate). “I was really pleased (with her run in the Windsor Park Plate). “She drew awkwardly and had to go back on a day where it favoured on-speed and on the fence. “She got squeezed up at the 200m and then got a bit of room and finished up nicely for fifth, so we were really pleased with her. “She has trained on well and seems to get better as she gets deeper into her preparation and especially when she gets up in distance like she will be on Saturday.” Our Abbadean won over 2000m at Group Two-level in both the

A sparkling workout on a dodgy surface at Gore on Thursday told Shane Matheson everything he needed to know ahead of The Croupier’s run at Ascot Park today. The Roll With Joe gelding, who had been a little under the weather a week prior, showed he was back to his normal self with an impressive private display. He ran second in the Nugget Final at Winton last week, sitting parked for most of the race, and Matheson says the effort was extra special given the lead-up to that. “I thought he was just a little bit down on his best before it. “In fact, I was a wee bit worried about him as he went off his tucker. “So, given that, the run was even better than it looked.” A penalty-free junior driver event over the staying trip of 2700 metres is the only reason Matheson considered backing him up this week. But as the week has worn on, his confidence levels have skyrocketed. “He’s back to his old self now; I gave him a run at Gore yesterday (Thursday) and he was great. “The track was awful – it hadn’t been harrowed and there were potholes everywhere – and it had me thinking it probably wasn’t the best idea to be doing it. “But I needed to know he was right to start. “I only had a little watch with me, but he left me very happy with the time he ran. “He’s back, and as well as he was three or four weeks ago.” Big picture, Matheson sees The Croupier going through the grades fairly quickly. “This fella has a bit of a future.” - NZHN

Our Abbadean and Opie Bosson have the Livamol in their sights today. Travis Stakes and the Awapuni Gold Cup last season, so her trainer believes she will appreciate the step-up in distance. “I think that she can hold a

spot over 2000m, usually she is just outpaced over those sprint distances, but when she won the Travis she was a bit handier, so all things being equal we’d like to

ride her a bit handier if we can. “There are a lot of horses in that field looking for 2000m now, so I am sure it is going to be a very interesting race.” - NZME

Bonneval’s stellar career coming to an end The curtain has come down on the outstanding racing career of dual New Zealand Horse of the Year Bonneval and a change in ownership looks likely in the near future. The Murray Baker and Andrew

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Forsman-trained mare has given her owners Alastair Lawrence, Terry Jarvis and John Rattray a great thrill during her career, but the decision has been made to retire her after her two disappointing unplaced runs in Melbourne.

“We have taken that decision to retire her,” Lawrence said. “It has been a very hard decision to make, particularly given that we had such high hopes for her this spring because she is now a fully mature mare.

“I think that it’s apparent to us now that her heart is no longer in it. It looks like she has lost the will you need to compete at that level. “It’s a tough call to make, but it is the right thing to do for the horse.” - NZME

Hawkes Bay gallops Today at Hastings Raceway

Hawkes Bay Ri Venue: Hastings Meeting Date: 6 Oct 2018 NZ Meeting number: 4 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 8, 9 and 10 1 12.30pm BAY FORD NZ PUNTER OF THE YEAR 2200 $40,000, Rating 72 Benchmark, 2200m 1 33781 Rough Cut d (11) 59 .......................D Turner 2 61441 Look Out tdmh (12) 58.5 .................J Riddell 3 50x73 High Spirits th (4) 58 .....................J Waddell 4 2x048 Itellyouonething td (3) 58 .......... W Pinn (a3) 5 2411 Amazing Az (8) 58 ......................C Lammas 6 36716 Vittachi m (5) 58 ..............................S Collett 7 13x06 Aigne d (2) 57 ................................... T Allan 8 81241 Los Angeles (6) 56.5 ...................T Thornton 9 54x69 Kamanda Lincoln (9) 56.5 .............. S McKay 10 22122 English Gambler 56 ..................... Scratched 11 19321 Silk m (10) 55.5 ................................S Rusof 12 61x87 Adonis t (7) 55.5.............................. S Spratt 13 67x45 Bella Margarita (1) 54 ................ A Shin (a4) 2 1.05pm MARDIGRAS EVENTS 1200 $40,000, Rating 82 Benchmark, 1200m 1 325x2 Gift Of Power dmb (8) 59 ............ C Johnson 2 32133 Stradivarius dmh (1) 59 ............. W Pinn (a3) 3 9x15x De Niro td (5) 58.5 ......................... S McKay 4 1225x Awatane td (6) 56.5 ........................ J Parkes 5 207x0 Barcelo d (7) 56.5 .......................C Lammas 6 111x6 Power O’Hata d (4) 56 ...............M Cameron 7 9278x Rosa Carolina 55.5 ...................... Scratched 8 x722x Bella Gioia d (3) 54 ..................... D Johnson 9 64x11 Vinnie’s Volley h (2) 54 .................... S Spratt 3 1.40 DAN D’ESPOSITO MEMORIAL $40,000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1200m 1 1345x Lincoln Raider (11) 59.5....... T Johnson (a2) 2 1353x Comeback (4) 59 .......................R Elliot (a1) 3 8x1x Copper Mine d (13) 59 .................... T Harris 4 2376x Hugo The Boss bh (2) 59 ................ S Spratt 5 9022x Star Quality b (1) 59 ...................M Cameron 6 82x17 Matuzalem td (7) 58.5 .................... S McKay 7 73751 Blondlign dm (10) 57.5 ...................... T Allan 8 658x6 Pep Torque (12) 57.5.........................L Hemi 9 1x Vickezzmoet dh (5) 57 ....................S Collett 10 441x3 Devine Love (3) 56.5 .....................J Waddell

11 x100x Myrtle d (8) 56.5..............................D Turner 12 x2218 Pink Graffiti tdmb (6) 56.5 .................L Innes 13 70x52 Zappeur (9) 56.5 ..............................S Rusof 4 2.15pm STELLA ARTOIS 1400 $40,000, SP COND, 1400m 1 52315 Quaff dm (11) 59 ...........................O Bosson 2 20x62 Fearless b (13) 57 ...........................R Myers 3 6872x Starrybeel (6) 57 ......................... D Johnson 4 53053 Amen Corner (9) 57 ................. D Danis (a3) 5 3x Rhinestone Cowboy (5) 57..............J Riddell 6 22281 Scarfi 56 ....................................... Scratched 7 x8931 Tipperary Mary d (12) 56 ................S Collett 8 1 Lincoln Falls (7) 55.5 ...................... J Parkes 9 46x18 Remarx (10) 55.5 ..............................L Innes 10 022x3 Out Of The Park b (1) 55............M Coleman 11 3486 Keltic Rockstar (2) 55 ................ W Pinn (a3) 12 626x3 Thomas Aquinas 54.5 .................. Scratched 13 22x22 Langkawi (4) 54.5 .......................... S McKay 14 63x88 Mighty Connor (3) 54.5 .....................L Hemi 15 8 Maria Dior h (8) 54 .......................... S Spratt 5 2.50pm SACRED FALLS HAWKE’S BAY GUINEAS $100,000, 3YO SW, 1400m 1 117x6 Sword Of Osman (1) 56.5 .............O Bosson 2 713x5 Sir Nate m (5) 56.5......................... J Parkes 3 161 Bobby Dazzler m (6) 56.5 ........... D Johnson 4 12131 Cyber Attack t (14) 56.5 .................V Colgan 5 31x2 Madison County t (12) 56.5........M Cameron 6 12x41 Qiji Express t (13) 56.5 ...................R Myers 7 1x3 Reevederci m (11) 56.5.....................L Innes 8 22x25 Cavallo Veloce b (7) 56.5 ............... S McKay 9 35x62 King Louis h (3) 56.5 .....................J Waddell 10 626x3 Thomas Aquinas b (10) 56.5......M Coleman 11 1x4 Cutadeel (4) 56.5 ............................J Riddell 12 1x73 Star Performance (2) 56.5................S Rusof 13 62x11 Melt (9) 54.5 .................................... S Spratt 14 251x1 Princess Amelie t (15) 54.5 ..........R Elliot (a) 15 278x5 Platinum Mam’selle (8) 54.5........ C Johnson 16 33 Mohaka 54.5 ................................ Scratched 6 3.25pm TUMU ITM MILE $40,000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1600m 1 03x22 Joe’s Legacy db (8) 60 ................... S McKay

2 48x50 Londaro tdh (7) 60 ......................... J Parkes 3 00x62 Leading Role b (5) 59.5 ..................D Turner 4 60502 Spondulix dm (2) 59.5 ............... W Pinn (a3) 5 130x4 The Mitigator d (1) 58.5............... D Johnson 6 15x22 Fancy More 58 ............................. Scratched 7 1887x Fiscal Fantasy d (12) 58....................L Innes 8 7140x Larima (14) 58.................................R Myers 9 250x1 Le Sablier t (4) 57 ......................M Coleman 10 27236 So Brazen mb (10) 57 ................. C Johnson 11 760x0 O’Hara (3) 56.5 ...............................S Collett 12 04x64 Princess Sapphire t (9) 56.5 ......M Cameron 13 46553 Serenity (11) 56.5 ..........................V Colgan 14 30070 Turfshaker (13) 56.5 ........................ S Spratt 15 61x87 Adonis 59 ..................................... Scratched 16 33213 Van Diamond d (6) 58.5 ................J Waddell Emergencies: Adonis, Van Diamond 7 4.00pm HASTINGS-HEART OF THE HAWKE’S BAY MILE $40,000, Rating 82 Benchmark, 1600m 1 920x4 Heavens Keep td (7) 60.5 ......... W Pinn (a3) 2 1234x Hunta Pence tdh (12) 59.5 ......... A Shin (a4) 3 32133 Stradivarius 59 ............................. Scratched 4 221x0 Duplicity t (4) 58.5 ............... C O’Beirne (a3) 5 148x1 Mongolian Marshal td (5) 58.5 ...M Cameron 6 010x6 Sacred Rhythm d (3) 58 ................. S McKay 7 61x17 Beauty Way dm (9) 57................M Coleman 8 3x112 Hartley tm (8) 56.5 ..........................R Myers 9 04321 Yorkshire Dales dm (6) 55.5.............S Rusof 10 40x69 Flamingo td (1) 54.5 ....................... J Parkes 11 21714 Dark Princess tm (11) 54 ............ C Johnson 12 112x5 Fawn d (10) 54 ............................ D Johnson 13 36260 The Kipling Girl d (2) 54 ..................S Collett 8 4.35pm LIVAMOL CLASSIC $250,000, WFA, 2040m 1 181x5 Saint Emilion (8) 59...........................L Innes 2 x3066 Authentic Paddy tm (9) 59...........T Thornton 3 20x71 Five To Midnight tm (13) 59 ............ J Parkes 4 0x604 Seventh Up m (2) 59 ..................G Cooksley 5 46x63 Wyndspelle (14) 59 .......................J Waddell 6 17123 Big Mike b (5) 59 ........................M Coleman 7 41x87 Scott Base m (10) 57.5 ..................V Colgan 8 217x0 Lizzie L’Amour (1) 57..................M Cameron 9 11331 Tomelilla tm (6) 57...........................J Riddell

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x71x3 Ugo Foscolo tdb (12) 54.5........... D Johnson 811x4 Scandalo tdbh (10) 53.5.............. C Johnson 22257 Deals In Heels tdm (4) 53 ...............R Myers 320x3 Tiptronic d (3) 53 .............................S Collett 11186 Vinevale d (6) 53 .........................C Lammas 114x1 Te Akau Shark tdm (11) 53 ........M Coleman 11373 Not Usual Heart (9) 53 .................R Elliot (a) 10 5.50pm BOSTOCK NEW ZEALAND SPRING CARNIVAL FINALE $40,000, Rating 72 Benchmark, 1400m 1 33011 Braavos td (13) 60..................... W Pinn (a3) 2 00x12 Irish Flame dmb (9) 60 ..................O Bosson 3 36x12 Cutting Up Rough d (4) 59 ...............S Rusof 4 65446 Staccato m (6) 59.......................R Elliot (a1) 5 310x6 Soroc dmh (8) 58.5 ......................... S Spratt 6 1157x Hinerangi db (7) 58 ....................M Cameron 7 0x640 Smokin’ Oak dmh (12) 58 .............. J Parkes 8 3x301 Danger Dee td (2) 57.5 ............... D Johnson 9 81x08 One Prize One Goal tdh (11) 57.5 ....L Hemi 10 155x4 Swisswatch td (1) 57.5 ..................J Waddell 11 2410x Ruby Love dm (3) 56.5....................R Myers 12 5144x Kaipawe th (5) 56 ................. T Johnson (a2) 13 2159x Incantesimo (14) 55.5 .................T Thornton 14 148x3 Sistabeel 54.5 .............................. Scratched 15 251x1 Princess Amelie t (10) 54 Leith Innes will be trying to take out Blinkers on: Cavallo Veloce (R5), O’Hara, Turfshaker the $250,000 Livamol Classic with (R6), Hello It’s Me (R8) Blinkers off: Starrybeel, Mighty Connor (R4) Winkers on: Langkawi, Mighty Connor Saint Emilion at Hastings today. (R4), Sword Of Osman (R5), So Brazen (R6) 10 11 12 13 14

21x35 Our Abbadean (12) 57 ..................O Bosson 15x52 Savvy Coup t (7) 55.5 ................. C Johnson 356x1 Danzdanzdance (4) 55.5............. D Johnson x3020 Contessa Vanessa m (3) 55.5 ......R Elliot (a) 61x15 Hello It’s Me (11) 55.5 .................C Lammas 9 5.10pm RED BADGE SPRING SPRINT $70,000, OPEN HANDICAP, 1400m 1 546x7 War Affair d (5) 61 .........................J Waddell 2 163x4 Boots ‘N’ All d (2) 58.........................J Lowry 3 99x61 Amarula td (1) 57.5 ........................ S McKay 4 20x1x Love Affair d (7) 54.5..................M Cameron 5 910x1 Magnum d (8) 54.5.......................... S Spratt

SELECTIONS Race 1: Amazing Az, High Spirits, Los Angeles, Aigne, Silk Race 2: Gift Of Power, Stradivarius, Vinnie’s Volley, Bella Gioia Race 3: Copper Mine, Myrtle, Vickezzmoet, Devine Love Race 4: Lincoln Falls, Langkawi, Remarx, Out Of The Park Race 5: Madison County, Sword Of Osman, Melt, Qiji Express Race 6: Le Sablier, Joe’s Legacy, Van Diamond, The Mitigator Race 7: Dark Princess, Mongolian Marshal, Beauty Way, Fawn Race 8: Savvy Coup, Danzdanzdance, Scott Base, Our Abbadean Race 9: Te Akau Shark, Ugo Foscolo, Magnum, War Affair Race 10: Hinerangi, Swisswatch, Irish Flame, Danger Dee


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Timaru harness Tomorrow at Phar Lap Raceway

Timaru HRC Venue: Phar Lap Raceway Meeting Date: 07 Oct 10 20790 Gotta Party Doll (8) fr ....................B Weaver 2018 NZ Meeting number: 8 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 11 0x Ideologist (9) fr .............................T Williams 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 8, 9 and 10 12 00706 Franco Hatton fr ........................... Scratched 13 0x024 Loissonya (10) fr ..............................J Young 1 12.08pm SUPREME EQUINE FEEDS MOBILE PACE 14 6580x Victor Tango fr .............................. Scratched $7500, 4yo+ r40-r55, up-r69 +claimers., 2600m 15 00 Valzona fr ..................................... Scratched 1 x8060 Zulu Courage (1) fr....................... R Sissons 16 8x3 Ragnarr (11) fr ....................................B Butt 2 776P0 Bettor Backim (2) fr ...........................P Cook 17 73339 Sounds Bettor (12) fr.....................K O’Reilly 3 48069 Regal Suzy (3) fr ........................D Stapleton 18 2x0x Iron Woman (13) fr ................B Laughton (J) 4 04009 Living Legend (4) fr .....................M Stratford 19 00x97 Paddy Me fr .................................. Scratched 5 x0050 Xmas Bay (5) fr ............................... T Quate 20 00x80 Little Miss Lonely (20) fr .......... C R Thornley 6 84700 Sky City King (6) fr ........................ B Wilmott Emergencies: Franco Hatton, Victor Tango, Valzona, 7 700P0 All Nuts N Bolts (7) fr ......................N Munro Paddy Me, Little Miss Lonely 8 40066 Highland Reign (8) fr ...................... C Negus 9 6x001 Romanite (9) fr ............................. P Wallace 4 1.43 EQUINE VETERINARY SERVICES TROT 10 50x74 Franco Sherborne (21) fr................ A Hutton $8000, r40-r50, stand, 2600m 1 8509x Ali Lindenny (1) fr .........................T Williams 11 85800 Westar Sam (22) fr ............................ W Low 2 12.38pm MORRISON’S SADDLERY & FEED TROT 2 780x0 Young Stranger (2) fr ............... C R Thornley 3 0000x Eyre’s A Rag Doll (3) fr .......... J Morrison (J) $7500, non-winners, stand, 2600m 4 63950 Future Queen (4) fr ..........................S Ottley 1 34826 Rogie Falls (1) fr........................... S McNally 5 0x083 Belmont’s Greatest (5) fr .................... R May 2 700Px Dolly Jones (2) fr ..............................S Ottley 6 05944 Holly Trouble (6) fr .........................L O’Reilly 3 54876 Pastrana (3) fr ..............................K Hadfield 7 80648 Motu Great Sensation (7) fr .............R Close 4 x9304 Superfast Ninja (4) fr ................B Williamson 8 80x02 Lisa Marie P (8) fr ........................M Perriton 5 75487 Noble Mistress (5) fr .....................M Perriton 9 34623 Stellar Success (9) fr.................... G O’Reilly 6 3933x Cosmic Sun (6) fr .........................T Williams 10 09907 Muscle Pat (10) fr ...........................M Tapper 7 83333 Thatgirltrouble (7) fr ..................... G O’Reilly 11 70863 Louis Moss (U1) fr......................... K Butt (J) 8 0 Zeddie Marit (8) fr .....................M Hurrell (J) 12 x6933 Such Fun (U2) fr ..................... C D Thornley 9 897x Tres Magnifique (9) fr ....................R Holmes 13 9x005 The Rev (U3) fr ....................... M Williamson 10 270 Gold Chain (U1) fr ...............................B Butt 11 07 Boyz Invasion (U2) fr....................M Heenan 5 2.18 NEVELE R STUD MOBILE PACE $7500, non12 8 Majicion (U3) fr........................ C D Thornley winners mr40 to mr45., mobile, 2000m 800 Minnelli Smile (1) fr ..........................S Ottley 3 1.08pm NIGHT ‘N DAY PARK PACE $7500, non- 12 608x5 Princess Fulham (2) fr...................R Holmes winners 3yo+, stand, 2600m 3 800x9 Baldoon (3) fr ...................................J Young 1 0 Eastwood Isabella (1) fr ...................S Ottley 4 40808 Santanna Lad (4) fr .......................L O’Reilly 2 72747 Don’t Tell Ange (2) fr .................M Hurrell (J) 5 090x4 Ripsnorter (5) fr........................B Williamson 3 Scorcha fr..................................... Scratched 6 36705 Jingle Jingle (6) fr.................... M Williamson 4 84695 Adjudicator (3) fr ..................... M Williamson 7 00x97 Paddy Me (7) fr ...........................C DeFilippi 5 The Bandit Queen fr..................... Scratched 8 x0050 Xmas Bay (8) fr 6 Onedin Smiler (4) fr........................ G Shand 9 6x09x Morven Lass (9) fr ............................ J Keast 7 47030 Bicton (5) fr ........................................ R May 10 70600 Supreme Lincoln (21) fr ......... J Morrison (J) 8 242x0 Chain Reaction (6) fr ...................T McMillan 11 0x0x0 Shot In The Dark (22) fr ................. A Faulks 9 6x047 Smirken (7) fr .......................... C D Thornley 12 99079 Aveross Spitfire (23) fr .................T Williams

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13 0598x Lincoln Toy (24) fr ...........................T Chmiel 14 00706 Franco Hatton (25) fr ........................R Close 15 P7Px6 Dark Rage (U1) fr............................... R May Emergency: Xmas Bay 6 2.53 LASER ELECTRICAL TIMARU MOBILE PACE $8000, r40-r48., mobile, 2000m 1 90570 Playboy Prince (1) fr.................B Williamson 2 07809 Limoso (2) fr .................................. K Butt (J) 3 24003 Jonty James (3) fr .......................C DeFilippi 4 45449 Bettor Trenz (4) fr .............................R Close 5 36458 Anna Barclay (5) fr .................. M Williamson 6 04705 Eja Patron (6) fr ...................... J Morrison (J) 7 76184 Chief Kapai (7) fr ...................B Laughton (J) 8 0x859 Frankie Jones (8) fr .......................R Holmes 9 01480 Spicy Girl Becqui (9) fr .................T Williams 10 00367 B Mac C (21) fr................................J W Cox 7 3.28 NEXT MEETING 3 NOVEMBER MOBILE PACE $7500, non-winners 3yo+ mr46 to mr50, 2000m 1 2P6 Melton Reactor (1) fr ........................S Ottley 2 4 Forty Wives (2) fr...........................R Holmes 3 8 The Cruise Missile (3) fr .......... C D Thornley 4 89442 My Patronus (4) fr ........................ S McNally 5 79 Donegal Art Chokin (5) fr ................... R May 6 230 Mongolian Machete (6) fr .................P Court 7 x245P Sharnae (7) fr .......................... M Williamson 8 x0050 Xmas Bay (8) fr ................................J Young 9 066x0 Homeforlife (9) fr .................... J Morrison (J) 10 x3546 Algranco Albyone (21) fr ................. G Smith 11 4 Just Wondering (22) fr......................... J Hay 12 00 Valzona (23) fr ............................B Zampese 13 00x80 Little Miss Lonely fr ...................... Scratched 14 9 Elegant Jewel fr............................ Scratched 15 367x3 Katamach (24) fr .......................... G O’Reilly Emergency: Xmas Bay 8 4.03pm BROSNAN TRANSPORT HANDICAP TROT $8500, r51-r70 discrhcp, stand, 2600m 1 74222 Missie Castleton (1) fr ........................ R May 2 x050x Fireman (2) fr ............................... G O’Reilly 3 08190 Don’t Rock The Boat (3) fr .... O Thornley (J) 4 86665 Diana Harbour (4) fr ....................K Hodgson 5 100x0 Red Harbour (U1) fr .........................S Ottley 6 5200x Rebel Kibbybones (U2) fr .................... J Hay

2 34442 Myboylolliepop (2) fr ..............B Laughton (J) 3 8100x Abiento (3) fr ........................... C D Thornley 4 34885 Rosinupthebow (4) fr .......................... R May 5 4415x Nimah Franco (5) fr ........................T Chmiel 6 5x800 Top Brass (6) fr ....................... M Williamson 7 8x309 Bohannan (7) fr .............................R Holmes 8 115x6 Itsoverwhenitsover (8) fr ...................R Close 9 40582 Leading The Way (1) 10M ...... J Morrison (J) 10 P8611 Pembrook Blue (2) 10M .......... S O’Reilly (J) 11 1435x Overarm (3) 10M........................... G Chmiel 10 5.13 MORE FM MOBILE PACE $8000, 3yo+ r49r55., mobile, 2000m 1 30644 Awaytocullect (1) fr ................ O Thornley (J) 2 12980 Pegasus Kommander (2) fr ..............J Young 3 19x69 Veneto (3) fr ................................C DeFilippi 4 10x05 Downtown Train (4) fr .....................H Hunter 5 3049x Motu Hot Topic (5) fr............................ J Hay 6 179 Nirvana Beach (6) fr ........................... R May 7 981x8 Doitson (7) fr .......................................B Butt 8 0085x Sweet Mary (8) fr .................... M Williamson 9 6215 Change The Print (9) fr ....................P Court 10 1034 Sir Fortune (21) fr.............................J Curtin 11 0390x Hot Starff (22) fr ........................... S McNally 12 08109 Billie Jean (23) fr ..............................S Ottley Colin deFilippi is down to drive Venon: Morven Lass (R5) Pacifiers off: Zeddie Marit (R2), eto in the last on the card at the Pacifiers Homeforlife (R7) Timaru Harness Racing Club’s meetSELECTIONS

ing at Timaru’s Phar Lap Raceway tomorrow.

Race 1: Romanite, Franco Sherborne, Xmas Bay, Bettor Backim Race 2: Rogie Falls, Pastrana, Superfast Ninja, Gold Chain Race 3: Ragnarr, Loissonya, Don’t Tell Ange, Sounds Bettor 7 22100 Mickey Jay (U3) fr ....................B Williamson Race 4: Such Fun, Louis Moss, The Rev, Motu Great Sensation 8 44136 Rydgemont Son (U4) fr ................T Williams Race 5: Ripsnorter, Jingle Jingle, Princess Fulham, Santanna Lad 9 3P1x5 Our Gracie (U5) fr ....................P Williamson Race 6: Jonty James, Chief Kapai, Spicy Girl Becqui, Limoso 10 6211P Agatha Tyron (1) 10M............. J Morrison (J) Race 7: Forty Wives, My Patronus, Mongolian Machete, Forty Wives 11 65584 Trick Star (1) 20M......................... S McNally Race 8: Missie Castleton, Agatha Tyron, Trick Star, Fireman 12 4386x Ottawa (U1) 20M ............................M Tapper Race 9: Pembrook Blue, Overarm, God Only Knows, Nimah Franco 13 19201 Tijuana Taxi (U2) 20M ............. M Williamson Race 10: Sir Fortune, Awaytocullect, Pegasus Kommander 9 4.38pm EMPIRE HOTEL (TEMUKA) SOCIAL CLUB LEGEND: X - Spell from racing of at least 3 months P - Retired (or HANDICAP PACE $8000, r40-r59 discrhcp, stand, pulled up) from race L - Driver unseated U1 - Unruly beginner {C} 2600m Concession driver {C.cl} - Claiming concession driver which allows 1 2371x God Only Knows (1) fr .................... G Smith horse to start one class down

Waipa gallops

Tomorrow at Te Awamutu Raceway

Waipa RC Venue: Te Awamutu Meeting Date: 07 Oct 2018 NZ Meeting number: 2 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8 Trebles: 2, 3 and 4; 6, 7 and 8 1 1.26pm (NZT) WAIPA HOME OF CHAMPIONS 1150 MAIDEN $10,000, MDN, 1150m 1 4746x Mr Linski h (11) 58.5 ......................... D Hain 2 0008x Lord Buffalo h (2) 58.5 ........................C Dell 3 7 Sco Mo Eagle 58.5....................... Scratched 4 4x748 One Way Street (4) 56.5 ............. D Johnson 5 2560x Chiquitita (12) 56.5........................J Waddell 6 80x38 Madam Ace (3) 56.5 ..................R Elliot (a1) 7 06x0x Tattle (8) 56.5 ..................................S Collett 8 Fire Katyusha (9) 56.5 .................... J Nason 9 4x6 Sheezanicegirl (6) 54 ..................C Lammas 10 Tachibana (1) 54 ............................ A Calder 11 5x9 Pushmee (10) 54 ............................ A Jones 12 Enduring Love 54 ......................... Scratched 13 Palazzo Royale (5) 54 ..................... S Spratt 14 Wondering (7) 54 ........................T Thornton 2 2.01pm VILAGRAD WINERY 1150 MAIDEN $10,000, MAIDEN, 1150m 1 0639x The Matrix h (8) 58.5...................T Thornton 2 0x Excaliffraaj (5) 58.5 ..........................S Rusof 3 L50x Tough Kid (7) 58.5 ................J Waddell 4 8 Cape Ventora 58.5 ....................... Scratched 5 Never Back Down (1) 58.5 .............. T Harris 6 x33x5 Goboniego (12) 56.5 .......................S Collett 7 9284x Bravissimo (9) 56.5 ................J Fawcett (a2) 8 4040x Mizzelli h (3) 56.5 .............................B Grylls 9 Shesonfire (11) 56.5 ................... D Johnson 10 5x Manrico (2) 56 .............................C Lammas 11 Starman (10) 56 .............................. S Spratt 12 Whatacracker (13) 56 -

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Auckland Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Manukau Stadium Meeting Date: 07 Oct 2018 NZ Meeting number: 9 Doubles: 2 and 3; 4 and 5; 6 and 7; 8 and 9; 10 and 11; 12 and 13 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9; 11, 12 and 13 1 1.17pm (NZT) SPEEDMAPS ON TAB MOBILE APP SPRINT C0, 318m 1 8482 Blur Of Motion nwtd ..................... H Mullane 2 32 Your Valentine nwtd ...........................B Craik 3 54272 Banjo Hope nwtd A & ......................Williams 4 53566 Jetsun Angel nwtd..........................G Wilson 5 3232x Crampton nwtd..............................A Cleaver 6 56436 Pukekohe Smurf nwtd .......................H Scott 7 2 Thrilling Biff nwtd............................. K Walsh 8 22765 Tribal Conquest nwtd R & ...................L Udy 9 43767 Bigtime Claws nwtd A & ..................Williams 10 1 Thrilling Denzel nwtd....................... K Walsh 2 1.35pm TROPHIES PLUS SPRINT C2, 318m 1 88371 Bruce Banner 18.71 ..................... H Mullane 2 17527 Stay Rich 18.55 M & ........................ J Smith 3 14136 Botany Esmay 18.72 .......................P Green 4 67713 Clover Victoria 18.72 .......................S Codlin 5 58557 On Demand 18.54............................M Black 6 77571 Fancy Chap 18.65 ..........................C Henley 7 78646 Bodyguard 18.66...............................B Craik 8 78774 Ima Lucky Zarr 18.60 U & .................Cottam 9 48757 On Da Quest 18.79 R & ......................L Udy 10 676F8 Mega Munchies 18.61 U &................Cottam 3 1.52 PUMP ENGINEERING SERVICES LTD STAKES C1/2, 527m 1 16111 It’s A Stroll 30.72 ............................P Henley 2 41363 Jetsun Singer 31.83 .......................G Wilson 3 8486x Shady Snapper nwtd.........................E Potts 4 16752 Good Job 30.66 ..............................P Green 5 44785 Idol Ajay 30.90 W &.........................T Steele

13 Quality Prevails (6) 54 .................... J Bayliss 14 Super Grace h (4) 54 ........................ D Hain 3 2.36pm CHIPPERFIELD ALL ROUND EQUINE EDUCATION 1400 MDN $10,000, MDN, 1400m 1 03834 Acre (16) 58.5 ...............................J Waddell 2 3 Plushenko (12) 58.5 ...............J Fawcett (a2) 3 3x Wheao (9) 58.5 ...............................J Riddell 4 8x739 Le Patron h (3) 58.5 ....................J Kam (a4) 5 8347 Overthemark (15) 58.5 ................... A Calder 6 Grab The Bar (14) 58.5 ................... T Harris 7 35x4 Skaaboom (11) 56.5 ..................M Coleman 8 638 Just Treasure (10) 56.5 ................... S Spratt 9 7207x Liz’s Gift (6) 56.5 .............................R Smyth 10 8x547 Tintero (8) 56.5 .............................. J Bayliss 11 77x Claddagh (5) 56.5 ..........................V Colgan 12 75865 Reflection (1) 56.5......... A Goindasamy (a4) 13 8x26 Razor bh (4) 56 ................................S Rusof 14 Five Princes (7) 56 ...................... D Johnson 15 Grant (2) 58.5 16 Dawn Jessie 56.5......................... Scratched 17 Malibu Magic (18) 56.5 18 Wainamu (17) 58.5 19 Nigel’s World 58.5 ........................ Scratched 20 0 Azareel h (13) 56.5 4 3.11pm WAIPA WORKINGMENS CLUB 1400 MAIDEN $10,000, MDN 3YO, 1400m 1 2 Red Jakkal (1) 57.5 ..........................S Rusof 2 3 Duck Road 57.5 ........................... Scratched 3 3 Luck Of Wanted h (3) 57.5 4 Operator (2) 57.5 ........................... J Bayliss 5 8 Master Herb h (9) 57.5 ...............M Coleman 6 Mont Ventoux (5) 57.5 .................... A Calder 7 7 Ocean Star b (4) 57.5 ...................J Waddell

8 Poppa’s Shock (11) 57.5 .................J Riddell 9 x3324 Power Of Strength (10) 55.5 ......R Elliot (a1) 10 2 Naval Fleet (6) 55.5.........................S Collett 11 04 Let Me Tell Ya (12) 55.5 ............... D Johnson 12 Playday (8) 55.5 ...............................B Grylls 13 9 Perfectly Tuned (7) 55.5 ............. L Satherley 5 3.46pm TEAM WEALLEANS 1580 MAIDEN $10,000, MAIDEN, 1580m 1 2x5 Grand Eagle (2) 58.5 .................M Coleman 2 635x Havoc (3) 58.5.............................C Lammas 3 6 Clutch Cargo b (9) 58.5................... T Harris 4 0 Get Up (4) 58.5 ...........................J Kam (a4) 5 60 Ultimatexpectation (5) 58.5 6 2x974 Our Katy Cruz (12) 56.5 ...................B Grylls 7 64 Shine (1) 56.5 .................................S Collett 8 8x8 Just A Phoebe (11) 56.5 ............... R Norvall 9 x4x73 Our Beeskees h (6) 56 .......................M Hills 10 x5827 Capellani (16) 56........................R Elliot (a1) 11 4 Vernanme b (18) 56 .................... D Johnson 12 4608 Lord Valentine h (15) 56 ..............T Thornton Sam Collett rides She’s All Clang in 13 90x65 Imelda Mary (17) 54 14 Raketo (7) 54 ................................. J Bayliss the Te Awamutu Cup tomorrow. 15 08 Vermont 56.5................................ Scratched 4 1260x Donizetti (3) 58.............. K Chowdhoory (a4) 16 46x76 Cabochon (13) 56.5 5 42840 Quantum tdmh (4) 57 .... A Goindasamy (a4) 17 390x6 Neddy Nadeem (8) 58.5 6 3179x Lady Painton td (6) 56.5 ..............C Lammas 18 07789 Cavallo Eccellente (14) 58.5 7 427x9 Money Trail m (7) 56........................ S Spratt 19 378x0 English Rose 56.5 ........................ Scratched 8 06x55 Endean Express d (8) 55.5 .............S Collett 20 7999x Cape Ceilidh (10) 58.5 6 4.21pm PIC INSURANCE BROKERS 1400 $11,000, 9 03783 Princess Raaj m (9) 54 7 4.56 CAL ISUZU TE AWAMUTU CUP 2000 $25,000, Rating 72 Benchmark, 1400m 1 95231 Sellwood tdm (2) 60.5 .............. D Danis (a3) OPEN HANDICAP, 2000m 1 30x49 Assign dm (2) 60 .........................C Lammas 2 61164 Inca Warrior dm (1) 60 ...........J Fawcett (a2) 2 75664 Admiral mh (4) 55 ............................S Rusof 3 3629x Quintessentially (5) 58.5 ............. D Johnson

3 55123 Athena Baby (3) 54 ..................... D Johnson 4 23383 Youwantmore tdmh (6) 54 ................B Grylls 5 52146 Zanyetta (1) 54 ...........................M Coleman 6 34358 Waipipi Lad tm (5) 54 ...................... S Spratt 7 11049 She’s All Clang tdm (7) 54 ..............S Collett 8 5.35pm VERNON & VAZEY 1400 $10,000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1400m 1 44560 Direct Capital mh (8) 60 A Goindasamy (a4) 2 541x8 St Andre (1) 58.5........................M Coleman 3 3105x Whenharrymetsaddle d (4) 58.5 ....V Colgan 4 18x White Shield (13) 58.5 ....................S Collett 5 x654x Ventura dm (3) 58 .......................... A Calder 6 6455x Morrellmac tdmh (2) 57.5 .................B Grylls 7 890x2 Nopele 57.5.................................. Scratched 8 9x971 Night Captain d (5) 57 .................C Lammas 9 2421x Paint The Town d (7) 57 .............. D Johnson 10 317x3 Flourishing (12) 56.5 ........................S Rusof 11 1x50x Inscription td (10) 56.5 ..................J Waddell 12 28427 Indian Maid tdh (9) 55.5 .................. S Spratt 13 07196 Jewell Of Jumeriah m (6) 55.5J Fawcett (a2) 14 03783 Princess Raaj m (11) 55 ............ L Satherley Blinkers on: Pushmee (R1), Azareel (R3), Luck Of Wanted, Perfectly Tuned (R4), Grand Eagle, Cavallo Eccellente (R5) Blinkers off: Quintessentially, Endean Express (R6), Morrellmac (R8) SELECTIONS Race 1: Tachibana, Tattle, Chiquitita, Sheezanicegirl Race 2: Starman, Excaliffraaj, Goboniego, Bravissimo Race 3: Plushenko, Skaaboom, Overthemark, Le Patron Race 4: Power Of Strength, Red Jakkal, Operator, Luck Of Wanted Race 5: Grand Eagle, Shine, Imelda Mary, Vernanme Race 6: Sellwood, Endean Express, Quantum, Donizetti Race 7: Athena Baby, Waipipi Lad, Assign, Admiral Race 8: Flourishing, Morrellmac, Indian Maid, Princess Raaj

Auckland dogs Tomorrow at Manukau Stadium 6 65344 Ramblin’ On 30.86 W & ...................T Steele 7 62365 Talkabout Izzy 30.56 .......................... D Ray 8 33127 Bigtime Welldone 30.65 R & .......N O’Regan 9 75654 Pretty and Pink 30.74................... H Mullane 10 74566 Bigtime Logan nwtd A &..................Williams 4 2.10pm QUALIFIED PET SERVICES SPRINT C4/5, 318m 1 52137 Harry Brown 18.33 ....................... H Mullane 2 33436 Alex Attack 18.38 U & .......................Cottam 3 11772 Leroy Spirit 18.49 ............................S Codlin 4 11255 Nangar Dream 18.56 ........................B Craik 5 14355 Kiwi Gal nwtd U & .............................Cottam 6 43134 Jinja Mongo 18.43 W & ...................T Steele 7 11611 Kiwi Boy 18.18 U & ...........................Cottam 8 66181 Blitz ‘Em Rene 18.41 U &..................Cottam 9 82577 Amazing Contact 18.67...................S Codlin 10 67288 Botany Wayne nwtd ........................P Green 5 2.27pm MT WELLINGTON TAB STAKES C1, 527m 1 214 Heart Shaped Box 31.14...................B Craik 2 8F763 Bigtime Tyson nwtd R & ..............N O’Regan 3 28678 Peekay Shout nwtd U & ....................Cottam 4 14677 Deception Diva 30.81 W & ..............T Steele 5 24254 Jetsun Stampede 31.39 .................G Wilson 6 55355 Hua Hua nwtd ................................ G Farrell 7 88873 Forever And Ever 31.24 A & ...........Williams 8 33642 Fushidara 31.29 .............................. L Martin 9 73386 Talkabout Ziggy 30.95 ........................ D Ray 10 86387 Cerrone Bale nwtd W &...................T Steele 6 2.44pm GREYHOUNDS AS PETS SPRINT C1, 318m 1 136 Does He Exist 18.69 .......................R Roper 2 44536 Rocky’s To Much 18.73 A & ............Williams 3 68428 Agistri 18.68 S & ...............................G Hunt 4 62172 Spark ‘Em Up 19.14 ........................S Codlin 5 48146 Billy Bullet 18.68 ...............................H Scott

6 88782 It’s Pawsible 18.85 ..........................P Green 7 85423 Hot Mayhem 18.69 U & .....................Cottam 8 87814 Bah Baa 18.82 R & .....................N O’Regan 9 67176 Mighty Mezz 18.87 R & ...............N O’Regan 10 43645 Bigtime Dean nwtd A & ...................Williams 7 3.03 DELI’S SPORTS BAR CLENDON INN SPRINT C2/3, 318m 1 54672 Cactus Jack nwtd W & ....................T Steele 2 41221 C’est L’Amour 18.67 ..........................B Craik 3 68883 Audrette 18.45...................................B Bond 4 75121 All Hail Caesar 18.58 U & .................Cottam 5 46742 Mobility Scooter 18.81 .....................M Black 6 22825 Kuridrani 18.71 ..............................A Cleaver 7 52766 On Fleek 18.56 .................................B Craik 8 75453 Dyna Ulysses 18.79 ........................R Roper 9 68488 Kapai Lana 18.57 R & .........................L Udy 10 676F8 Mega Munchies 18.61 U &................Cottam 8 3.21pm $15,000 GUARANTEED PICK6 SPRINT C2, 318m 1 28626 Yella Ella 18.79 R &.............................L Udy 2 61647 Pyro Polly 18.73 ........................... H Mullane 3 18644 Scott The Looks 18.76 U & ...............Cottam 4 86226 Oscar Tron 18.40 S & ........................G Hunt 5 61855 Just A Matthew 18.73.......................M Black 6 55528 Guru’s Choice 18.80 A &.................Williams 7 2323x San Tan Samson nwtd .................... T Green 8 83656 Majik Mikado 18.64 ...........................B Craik 9 6666x Little Moo 18.57 U & .........................Cottam 10 68488 Kapai Lana 18.57 R & .........................L Udy 9 3.38pm GREYHOUND FUNCTION CENTRE SPRINT C2, 318m 1 14587 Hows Your Mum 18.62 ....................S Codlin 2 62826 Jetsun Jamie 18.72 ........................G Wilson 3 111x7 It’s A Must nwtd W & .......................T Steele

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23118 Fishing For Lisa 18.93.................. H Mullane 65474 Powerful Lomar nwtd ........................B Craik 85624 Vee Marina 18.78 U & .......................Cottam 46878 Beat The Butcher 18.36 R & ...............L Udy 44216 Blocker 18.57 R & .......................N O’Regan 27686 Bright Boy 18.75 ...............................B Bond 31858 Wairoa Bonnie 18.61.................... H Mullane 10 3.55pm PINNY MACK STAKES C3/4, 527m 1 41436 Global Conquest 30.27 W &............T Steele 2 44231 Beltom 30.42 .....................................B Craik 3 51621 Draxler 30.61 ................................. G Farrell 4 21212 Jinja Might 30.42 U & ........................Cottam 5 65611 Over Indulgence 30.79 ...................P Henley 6 27556 Cosmic Barwon 30.90 ....................C Henley 7 44762 Go Angel 31.01 .............................. G Farrell 8 27186 Bigtime Jason nwtd ...................... H Mullane 9 25738 Yooldome 30.59 ............................. G Farrell 10 42335 Mazu nwtd...................................... G Farrell 11 4.13 CAROL’S TAB CLENDON INN STAKES C1/2, 527m 1 52741 Bear Claws 31.29 W & ....................T Steele 2 42444 Jinja Bailey 30.65 U & .......................Cottam 3 62762 Amy Amy 30.47 .............................. G Farrell 4 65121 Jetsun Doll 30.97 ...........................G Wilson 5 41374 Vicarious nwtd R &......................N O’Regan 6 51146 Salvarotti 30.70 .................................B Craik 7 11115 Thrilling Carly 30.87 ........................ K Walsh 8 73866 Jinja Stinger 31.13 W &...................T Steele 9 61646 Secret Lily 30.79 W &......................T Steele 10 28767 Wairoa Arna nwtd ........................ H Mullane 12 4.31 HEWLETT ELECTRICAL SPRINT C4, 318m 1 63541 Mad Harry 18.47 .............................S Codlin 2 18445 Retired Mouse 18.71....................... T Green 3 32222 Fantastic Lucy 18.22 ......................C Henley

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51626 Waerenga Star 18.63 U & .................Cottam 76334 El Narco nwtd..................................P Green 53215 Nangar Panther 18.53 ....................C Henley 55616 Guru Secret 18.65 A & ....................Williams 13783 Ken Wilde 18.53 ........................... H Mullane 67288 Botany Wayne nwtd ........................P Green 82577 Amazing Contact 18.67...................S Codlin 13 4.47pm JACK’S WHOLESALE MEATS C1, 318m 1 42352 Unconscionable 18.61 R & .................L Udy 2 11326 Irinka Stono 18.79 R & ................N O’Regan 3 64882 Fantastic Zoe 18.51 S &....................G Hunt 4 76725 Zipping Andre 18.67........................... D Ray 5 x6311 Jetsun Paint 18.62 .........................G Wilson 6 45727 Bigtime Winnie 18.90 A & ...............Williams 7 85783 Red Dee 18.53 ................................P Green 8 62353 Jinja Lad nwtd ..............................R McPhee 9 13438 Always Dreaming nwtd................... G Farrell 10 46745 Fancy Gas 18.70 M & ...................... J Smith SELECTIONS

Race 1: Thrilling Biff, Blur Of Motion, Crampton, Banjo Hope Race 2: Bruce Banner, Bodyguard, On Demand, Stay Rich Race 3: It’s A Stroll, Good Job, Jetsun Singer, Bigtime Welldone Race 4: Kiwi Boy, Kiwi Gal, Harry Brown, Blitz ‘Em Rene Race 5: Heart Shaped Box, Forever And Ever, Bigtime Tyson Race 6: Does He Exist, It’s Pawsible, Spark ‘Em Up, Bah Baa Race 7: C’est L’Amour, Cactus Jack, All Hail Caesar, Kapai Lana Race 8: Pyro Polly, Oscar Tron, San Tan Samson, Yella Ella Race 9: Jetsun Jamie, Beat The Butcher, It’s A Must, Powerful Lomar Race 10: Draxler, Jinja Might, Over Indulgence, Beltom Race 11: Amy Amy, Thrilling Carly, Jetsun Doll, Bear Claws Race 12: Fantastic Lucy, Retired Mouse, Nangar Panther, El Narco Race 13: Jetsun Paint, Unconscionable, Zipping Andre, Jinja Lad LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd - First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track


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Saturday, October 6, 2018

In brief

■ TRIATHLON

Taking on the big guns Methven triathlete Brea Roderick is in Argentina preparing to take on the world’s best young triathletes. Roderick – a 16-year-old Mount Hutt College student – was one of two athletes selected by the NZ Olympic Committee to represent New Zealand in triathlon at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games along with Auckland’s Dylan McCullough. The pair were selected due to their strong results in the youth division of the 2018 New Plymouth OTU Triathlon, which doubled as the Oceania Youth Olympic Games qualifying event. Roderick was second in her division, but the first placed New Zealander. In Buenos Aires both Roderick and McCullough will compete as individuals before joining with Australian athletes to form an Oceania team for the mixed relay event, at the Youth Olympics which were due to begin today and ran through until October 18. Earlier this year Roderick travelled to Australia where she was part of the New Zealand team which placed first at the Australian

Under-19 Mixed Team Relay Championship in Adelaide. Roderick first experienced triathlon at an interschool competition when she was 13, and as of May this year she had an ITU world ranking of 530. “I love that you get to compete and train in three different disciplines, it’s a lot of fun.” Roderick has dreams of representing New Zealand at the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics, and she recently received a $5000 AMP Regional Scholarship with the Mainland region to go towards that dream. She was now one of nine regional scholarship winners around New Zealand vying for another $5000, with voting open for the $5000 AMP People’s Choice Scholarship. Voting for the People’s Choice Scholarship was open to the public now and closed on 21 October. To vote, the public texts the first name of their nominee to 2948. Standard SMS charges and terms and conditions apply and people can visit amp.co.nz for more details.

Methven’s Brea Roderick strides it out.

Premier League clubs Chelsea and Arsenal came through unscathed in the latest Europa League action with victories over Hungarian champions Vidi and Qarabag respectively. Teenager Emile Smith-Rowe scored his first senior goal as Arsenal defeated Qarabag 3-0, while Alvaro Morata netted for the Blues against the Azerbaijan champions in the only goal at Stamford Bridge. The 25-year-old scored with 20 minutes to go, but only after Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri had turned to Eden Hazard in a bid to break a deadlock which stood due to the Blues’ wasteful finishing. - PA

Hamilton fastest

Weather the quandary at Bathurst Supercars drivers will be forced to qualify for the Bathurst 1000 in the dark over their car setups after rain returned to Mount Panorama. Co-drivers enjoyed the chance to take their cars for a spin on a dry track earlier yesterday, when reigning champion Luke Youlden went fastest. Yet the main-game drivers haven’t enjoyed the same luxury. Yesterday’s final practice session was washed away, with several cars – including Jamie Whincup and other Commodores

Their shock Commonwealth Games result still stings but Australia are more wary of New Zealand’s postGold Coast response in the Constellation Cup netball series. Coach Lisa Alexander believes their recent Quad Series success had helped exorcise their demons since the Gold Coast Games where they were upset by England in the gold medal playoff. However, Alexander said they were bracing for a backlash from the Silver Ferns who are rebuilding from their dire Commonwealth Games campaign. Australia begin their four-match series against New Zealand in Brisbane tomorrow. - AAP

Gunners down Qarabag

■ MOTOR RACING

By Ben McKay

Diamonds wary of Ferns

– choosing to stay in pit lane. Nissans took out the top two spots, with Michael Caruso and Rick Kelly quickest. The rain allowed Ford drivers to again jump up the timing charts, with five of the top 10 fastest. The Falcons, on their last run at the 1000km endurance classic before being replaced by Mustangs in 2019, have shown themselves to be much more competitive for pace in the wet than dry. But with forecast clear skies on Saturday and Sunday, the tension along pit lane to begin dryweather racing was evident. Even though Scott McLaughlin,

who sits second in the championship, is in line to benefit from a wet qualifying session, he was keen for the skies to clear. “It’s annoying. I want to get out and drive in the dry. “But what can you do?” he said. Just 20 drivers recorded lap times during the regular driver practice session. Among them were Mark Winterbottom and Craig Lowndes, who both saw setbacks during the co-driver session. Dean Canto crashed at Forrest Elbow which left car No.5 needing significant work prior to Winterbottom’s practice.

He rolled up his sleeves to help with the panel-beating, even sweeping up the garage. Lowndes’ co-driver Steven Richards reported a power steering issue which ended his session early, with Lowndes completing just two laps. Both were off the pace. Youlden, partnering again with 2017 champ David Reynolds, time of 2:06.6471 stands as the quickest of the weekend. “We had our struggles yesterday but we’ve got a handle on it. “Now it’s up to me and Dave to put it together,” Youlden said. - AAP

Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has clocked the fastest time in the first practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix to lead a onetwo finish for Mercedes. Hamilton had a time of 1 minute, 28.691 seconds, 0.44 seconds ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo was third. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel rounded out the top five. - AP

Skaife a legend Mount Panorama champions Mark Skaife, Gregg Hansford and commentator Mike Raymond have been added to the Legends Lane at Bathurst. The trio of high achievers were announced as new inductees yesterday ahead of the Bathurst 1000, when another legend will be honoured. The Ford Cortina driven to victory in 1963 by Bob Jane, who died late last month, will lead the legends lap. - AAP

Stanaway doing the Mt Panorama rain dance By Ben McKay After Richie Stanaway’s infamous Townsville blow-up, his Supercars outfit Tickford Racing declared the rookie had moved on. On Thursday at Bathurst, it became clear the Kiwi was still battling through a frustrating maiden campaign. Stanaway arrived as a full-time driver in the series with a superb pedigree, including race wins in the World Endurance Championship and fine runs in the Le Mans 24-hour classic. When he combined with Cam Waters to win last year’s Sandown 500, Stanaway was considered as one of Supercars’ next big things. Yet it hasn’t happened yet for

the 26-year-old. This year, he has a single top-10 finish to his name. Frustrations boiled over at the Reid Park circuit in July, where Stanaway vented steam at a team tyre blunder by drifting his Falcon around corners. Stanaway didn’t expect to be winning races in his first year – but he didn’t expect to be slumming it in third-last place either. It came as a nice surprise then that he topped the timing charts in practice for the Bathurst 1000, joining fellow Ford drivers Will Davison and Alex Premat as the quickest during Thursday’s three sessions. So had Stanaway turned a corner from his antics in North Queensland?

Richie Stanaway is still a bit off the pace in Supercars. “Not really. I feel the same every weekend,” he said. “I had a few rounds where I get a bit of confidence back ... then a few rounds where I lose confidence. But a rookie season is

about learning. No one expects you to be up the front and I haven’t expected to be up the front.” Stanaway suggested the Falcon – which is set to be replaced by the Mustang in 2019 – was the

chief source of his frustrations. Team-mates Mark Winterbottom (12th in the championship), Chaz Mostert (eighth) and Waters (17th) are also battling away. “If Mark and Chaz and Cam were 1-2-3 and I was where I’ve been all season, then obviously I’d be criticising myself a lot more,” he said. “We can’t qualify and we can’t do more than three laps of the race with pace.” There is one hope for Stanaway and the Falcon pack this year in Bathurst – he hopes rain drenches Mt Panorama during Sunday’s big race. “We’re not remotely close to the pace in the dry to get any kind of result, the only hope for us is rain,” he said. - AAP


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Sat 13 Oct 8am ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion, Park Street. 8.30am ASHBURTON STROLLERS CLUB. Manuka Hut, all welcome, phone Jenny 308-6862. Meet at Ashburton Courthouse, Baring Square West. 8.30am HOLY SPIRIT CHURCH. Mass, Holy Spirit Church, Thomson Street, Tinwald. 9.30am ASHBURTON METHODIST PARISH. Morning worship with Tevita Taufalele. Baring Square East.

MONDAY 6am ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Sweaty Bettys circuit training in hall, 48 Allens Road. 10am MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL. NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, Art Gallery and hall of memories. 160

Bakery Packer Full-Time We have an opportunity for a reliable and enthusiastic person to join the dynamic team at Ashburton New World. You may not have worked in the industry previously, but if you have a passion for working with fresh food and would be willing to adhere to our Food Safety and Health and Safety regulations – full training will be provided to the suitable applicant. You will be of tidy appearance and be fit and energetic as some lifting is required. Days and hours will be: • Sunday 6.00am – 2.30pm • Monday 6.00am – 2.30pm • Tuesday 12.00pm – 8.30pm • Wednesday 12.00pm – 8.30pm • Thursday 12.00pm – 8.30pm For the first three weeks of employment you will be required to work 6.00am – 2.30pm shifts for training purposes. If you would like to be considered for this position, please apply in writing enclosing a cover letter and CV to: Human Resources Manager Ashburton New World PO Box 444, Ashburton 7740 Or email: donalda.hartley@newworld-si.co.nz

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9am - 12.30pm Main Street, Methven. CRAFT MARKET. 10am - 12pm Children’s clothing, jewellery, Rawleighs, ASHBURTON VINTAGE CAR CLUB. revisions: toys and more. West Street Car Park. Museum1 and 2 parts 3 4 shed 5 open. 86 $0 $0 $25 $50 $75 9.30am - 12.30pm Maronan Road, Tinwald. THE ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY 10am - 3pm INC. PLEASE NOTE: ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. prepared this Open for toy exchange, 106 Victoriathat we have A great selection of many aircraft from advertisement proof based on our Street in the Triangle. the past the future. Ashburton understanding of the to instructions received. InAirport, approving the 10am Seafield Road. sort cost (excl gst) it is client’s responsibility MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL. advertisement, 10.30am to check the accuracy of both the $388.80 NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, ASHBURTON GUILD. advertisement, the media andEMBROIDERS’ the $388.80 Art Gallery and hall of memories. 160 position nominated. Stitch and chat. Ashburton Senior $765.36 Cancellation of adverts booked with media will Morning incur a media cancellation 9.30am $765.36 worship, Holy Communion ST DAVID’S$765.36 UNION CHURCH. fee of $50.followed by the Annual General Worship service led by Rev Henry meeting, Sinclair Centre, Park Street. Rachel Mbambo, 48$15.00 Allens Road, Allenton.your contact: 10am 10am ST ANDREW’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL. Holy Communion, Thomson Street, NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, Tinwald. Art Gallery and Hall of Memories. 160 10am Main Street, Methven. ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. 10am all age and Holy Communion, Park ST PAUL’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Street. Morning worship - World Communion 10am Sunday led by Rev Helen Wallis, all ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH. welcome. Annual General Meeting after Morning service, all welcome. 67 Cass service. 65 Oxford Street. Street. 10am 10.30am ST ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH. CHURCH.

Centre, Cameron Street, Ashburton. 10.45am ALLENTON CROQUET CLUB. Golf Croquet club days, new members welcome. Allenton Sports Club, Cavendish Street. 1pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. Association Croquet, singles and double. Waireka Croquet Club, The Domain, Philip Street. 1.15pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB.

Golf Croquet doubles. Waireka, Philip Street. 1.15pm ALLENTON CROQUET CLUB. Association club days, new members welcome. Allenton Sports Club, Cavendish Street. 1.30pm RUN AND WALK ASHBURTON. Afternoon Meet - Runners and Walkers. Hosted from 173 Harland Street, Tinwald. Visit our facebook page for details.

Worship God and study his word. 131 Thomson Street, (Tinwald School hall). 10.30am GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Worshipping God and transforming lives. 63 Princes Street, Netherby. 11am - 4pm PLAINS RAILWAY. Steam train rides, machinery displays and more. Maronan Road, Tinwald. www.plainsrailway.co.nz 11am - 4pm RAILWAY AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY PLAINS MUSEUM COMBINED CRAFT DAYS. We welcome all crafts people, bring a friend, lunch an craft and spend an enjoyable day. Maronan Road, Tinwald.

1pm - 3pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. A great selection of many aircraft from the past to the future. Ashburton airport, Seafield Road. 1.15pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. Golf Croquet doubles, Waireka, Philip Street. 5pm ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Evensong, Park Street. 7pm VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH. Worship God and study his word. 131 Thomson Street, (Tinwald School hall).

Main Street, Methven. 10am - 3pm AGE CONCERN, 206 CLUB. Fun fill days for 60 years and older, for more information ring 308-6817. Cameron Street. (excludes public holidays). 12pm - 1pm ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH. A Free lunch. Ashburton Baptist Church,

1.30pm LITTER FREE ASHBURTON. Volunteers needed to help pick up litter. Meet East Street Chess board, opposite Burnett Street. 6pm BOOTCAMP. Catering for all levels of fitness. Walnut Avenue Pavilion. Contact Georgia 0276888686 or Aleisha 0278489309.

6pm ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Sweaty Bettys circuit training in hall, 48 Allens Road. 7.30pm CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAGUE. Euchre evening, new players welcome. Holy Name Pastoral Centre, cnr Winter Street and Burnett Street. (every Monday, excludes public holidays).

Cass Street. 1pm - 3pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. A great selection of many aircraft from the past to the future. Seafield Road. 1pm - 4pm ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP. Open for research. Heritage Centre, 327 West Street.


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GENERAL NEWS AND SPORTS REPORTER The Ashburton Guardian has an opportunity for a reporter to write for its “Timaru App”. Following on from the success of the Ashburton and Selwyn App’s. We are looking for a person with enthusiasm, passion and who has the ability to write strong news stories, community news stories and sports stories. The position is full-time. Ideally, you’ll be experienced with interviewing all walks of life from within a local community, local primary school kids, councillors, business owners to celebrities. We want a reporter who can work under their own initiative, sourcing news and features, but who is also happy to take instruction. A strong understanding of the mobile news platforms and workings of social media is a must, along with the ability to take great photos and video. You’ll be 100 per cent self managing and there will be KPI’s around number of stories and types of stories to be produced daily, this role includes some evening and weekend work. If you have a journalism qualification, a solid portfolio of work, a full driver’s licence and the right to work in New Zealand, don’t hesitate, please apply by email, with CV attached, to: desme@theguardian.co.nz Closing date: Monday, October 15, 2018.

Teacher/Kaiako

Fixed-term maternity leave This position is in our under two’s area, with the possibility of it becoming permanent. Want to work with a passionate, supportive and collaborative team in a fun and family orientated environment? Do you want a relaxed and calm workplace that is inspired by nature and the natural world? Then this could be the opportunity for you. Forty hours per week, for one year, starting Jan 2019. Applicant should have: • Experience with children preferably in the education sector • An understanding of Te Whariki and programme planning and assessment • Believe in and contribute to our nature based philosophy • Have a calm, caring and relaxed manner with an understanding of respectful practice • Have initiative, work well within a team and be flexible. Applicant must have New Zealand residency. Applications close October 31, 2018

Full and Part-Time Positions We currently have positions available in various departments for applicants who enjoy working as part of a friendly team. Days to be discussed, but rosters will include one late shift and one weekend shift. You will be a great communicator, be reliable, energetic and have the ability to provide our customers with an excellent shopping experience. To register your interest, please complete an application form which is available in-store or email: donalda.hartley@newworld-si.co.nz

Birthday Greetings

Email CV to centre owners: twpreschool@gmail.com

Birthday Greetings Liberty Morgan Wishing you a very Happy 7th Birthday tomorrow! Enjoy your special day! Love always from Mum, Dad and Hunter. xoxoxo Liberty Morgan Wishing you a Happy 7th Birthday tomorrow Libby! Love you Heaps!!! From Grandma and Poppa. xxx Jacob Carr Have an awesome day tomorrow Jacob. Much love. Nana and Grandad.

Birthday Greetings are free for those aged 12 and under only. Free birthday greetings must be received at least two working days before date of insertion otherwise there is no guarantee that it will appear on the day requested. Photos will be available at our level 3 office for collection after notice has appeared in the paper.

George Blain Happy 2nd Birthday George, we can’t believe you’re two already! Lots of love from Mum and Dad. xxx Emily Blain Happy 2nd Birthday Emily, we can’t believe you’re two already! Lots of love from Mum and Dad. xxx

Inwards Goods Truck Driver (Full time) Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton has a vacancy for a Truck Driver. This position is full time (40 hours) Monday – Friday (with an occasional rostered Saturday). The role will include driving a truck and operating a forklift loading and unloading trucks and responsible for moving stock from our Inwards Goods department to the MEGA store. The successful applicant will need the following skills: • Class 2 licence and forklift licence • Basic computer skills • Reliable • Be able to work in a team environment • Physically fit and able to lift

We are looking for a talented reporter to join our news team. With no distinct limitations on age or experience, we are more looking for someone with a real drive to push our multimedia platforms with news, videos and images, someone who has passion, enthusiasm, energy and a desire to tell a story. We need a can-do kind of reporter who enjoys getting out and about in the community, meeting contacts face-toface, who has a great phone manner and who relates well to people of all ages. A strong knowledge of social media is a huge bonus. We are a small news team, working in a fast paced environment. As a member of our team your daily workload could include anything from breaking news to community news and everything in between. Your working day will be varied and no two days will be the same. For the right person, there could be an opportunity to move into a more senior role in our news team. We offer the successful applicant an opportunity to live in a progressive district with a wide range of sport and cultural facilities, easy access to some of New Zealand’s best skiing, tramping and aquatic activities and affordable housing. If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for to further your career, send your cover letter and an accompanying CV to:

Matt Markham, Editor, Ashburton Guardian. matt.m@theguardian.co.nz Applications close 5pm, Wednesday, October 10.

If you have these skills we would like to hear from you by sending your covering letter and CV to: HR.Ashburton@mitre10.co.nz Applications close on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.

Sophia Kingan Wishing our gorgeous Sophia a very Happy 8th Birthday, hope you enjoy your day with your friends. Love Mum, Dad, Lachlan, Harrison and Bailey. xxxxx Sophia Kingan Wishing our grand daughter a very Happy 8th Birthday. Love Gran Anne, Grandama and Grandad. xxx

Casual Cleaner Up to 20hrs per week – morning work only. Includes weekend hours. Great team with above average remuneration.

CALTEX ASHBURTON

Successful applicant must be self-motivated, reliable and show attention to detail. Contact Sally on 03 307 0399 or 0800 427 428 – no texts thanks.

TRADES, SERVICES

Part-time Administrator The above position involves 10 – 15 hours per week - Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Birthday Greetings are free for those aged 12 and under only. Free birthday greetings must be received at least two working days before date of insertion otherwise there is no guarantee that it will appear on the day requested. Photos will be available at our level 3 office for collection after notice has appeared in the paper.

Guardian Motoring

We are looking for a friendly receptionist to join our busy team on a Thursday and Friday. We are a large practice with 5 clinicians. This position would also need to provide cover for other staff when on leave. You will be well presented, be people focused with excellent communication and computer skills. Driver licence required and a police check will be done. Applicants for this position should have New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work permit. Apply in person or send your cover letter and CV to: Bernie Jopson Practice Coordinator Bernie@parksidenz.co.nz Applications close for this position Friday, October 19, 2018.

News Reporter & Social Media Co-ordinator

307 7900

Would suit someone with school aged children. The person we are seeking must be honest, reliable, a team player and able to work unsupervised. If you are interested please email: The Manager admin@caltexashburton.co.nz or drop your CV into Caltex, Ashburton

DENTURES. Dr Peter Rumping, retired dentist, continues to provide full dentures. Repairs to existing dentures also available. Phone 027 220 9997. PANEL beating/rust repairs. Trade qualified. Mobile service. Phone 022 358 5745.

MOTORING

WHEEL alignments at great prices. Maximise the life of your tyres with an alignment from Neumanns Tyre Services Ltd, 197 Wills Street. Phone 308-6737.

LIVESTOCK, PETS BUYER of unwanted animals. Cattle, bobby calves, horse and all farm animals. We also sell pet food. Call Nick’s Pet Food 0272 101 621, A/H 03 348 9439.

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION AKAROA - CHARMING, spacious holiday home, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, all electric heating. Sky, all mod cons, short walk to village. Phone Brian 307-8000 or 308-6180.


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PUBLIC NOTICES

USED IRRIGATOR CABLE WANTED

LIVESTOCK, PETS

National Party Firearms Forum

Ashburton River Engineering section requires more 7-12mm irrigator cable. If you have old, irrigator cable lying around that you no longer need, it could have a future life in the erosion control in our regions rivers.

Tuesday 9 October, 6:30pm Hotel Ashburton

We are happy to pick up or you can drop off. If you can help, please contact:

National’s Police Spokesperson Chris Bishop is touring the country consulting licenced firearm owners about what law and policy changes they’d like progressed. This is part of the National Party’s policy development process. All welcome. Please come along and

Ryan Dynes on 0274 351 476 or Ashburton Depot Supervisor, 4 McNally Street, Ashburton (03) 308 7682.

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TRADES, SERVICES

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FOR SALE CAMPBED and mattress with castors in excellent condition $60 ono. Phone 021 046 7900.

MEETINGS, EVENTS

ASHBURTON FANCIERS SOCIETY

Poultry Auction

WANTED

October 14, 2018 Sports Hall, Tancred Street West, Ashburton Viewing: 11am Start: 12.30pm Poultry, Bantams, Ducks, Cavies. Fertile eggs for hatching. Day old chicks - unsexed selected purebreds from $6.00 each.

Long Term Grazing for 2 Lines of 2018 Born Heifers (200) plus (260) • Belted Galloway Purebred Ylg Bulls /Calves. • Hoggets with Lambs at foot. • 100kg plus Fsn Bulls Nov / Dec 18 Delivery. • Grazing for 600 Ewe Hoggets. • Carry over Hereford Ylg Bulls.

FOR SALE • 105 - Fsn Ylg Bulls capped at 290kg (Mycoplasma Bovis Tested)

RSVPs appreciated but not necessary to rangitatamp@ parliament.govt.nz or call 03 308 7510.

• 90- Shorthorn Cross Autumn Born Bulls approx 130-140kg Owner Bred.

For all subscriber enquiries, missed deliveries, new subscriptions, temporary stops – text, call or email:

• Hereford /Friesian Cross 100kg plus Bulls/Heifers - Deliver Now Onwards.

Please Contact SCOOTERS - new and secondhand three and four wheel electric scooters and wheel chairs. Call Fred Reddecliffe at Electric Mobility Ashburton today. Phone 308-3602

ADULT ENTERTAINMENT

HIRE

TRACTOR for hire. JD 1640 with F E L. 60hp, mower available. Phone 027 208 7351.

HEALTH & BEAUTY

SHELLY, Health massage. 9am to 9pm. Chinese girl, Ashburton. Phone 022 684 1692.

YOYO – Asian lady, sexy body, size 10, 36DD, busty, professional massage, excellent service, in/out calls. Phone 021 046 4314.

ACCOMMODATION, RENTAL WANTED a house to rent, prefer country, suitable for young man with working dog. Please phone Shaun 03 444 9575.

Authorised by Andrew Falloon, Parliament Buildings, Wellington.

Chris Bishop MP for Hutt South National’s Police Spokesperson

Fairton Sick Benefit and Accident Benefit Society Notice of Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday, October 11, 2018 in the Card Room, Ashburton Club and MSA @ 7.30pm

Leighton Nicol

Andrew Falloon MP for Rangitata

CFM/PPCS/SFF

Staff Reunion Allenton Rugby Club

Any member wishing to submit remits, or nominations for Saturday, the two committee members required, please do so by the October 27, 2018 above date to francis.renner@silverfernfarms.co.nz or post 4pm - 8.30pm to Silver Fern Farms, PO Box 30, Ashburton 7740. Food and Drink Agenda Courtesy Coach 1/ Minutes of last A.G.M (no kids/partners) 2/ Annual Report and Balance Sheet 3/ Future of the Society Guardian Classifieds 4/ Election of Officers 307 7900 Francis Renner, Sec/Tres 73St, Burnett Ashburton Members I.B.A.N.Z && Brokernet Ltd. NZ Ltd. LevelSt, 2, 73 St,|Ashburton Members of NZBrokers I.B.A.N.Z & NZ Brokernet 2, 73Level Burnett Ashburton | Members of|of I.B.A.N.Z Level Level 2, 73 Burnett St,2, Ashburton |Burnett Members of I.B.A.N.Z & Brokernet NZ Ltd.

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ACCOMMODATION, RENTAL

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ALLENTON – large flat with two bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge. Bedrooms with built-in wardrobes. Office nook, plenty of storage. Heat pump and good sun makes for warm home. Easy care section, one car garage. No pets or smokers. Call for an application form. 027 218 9385. $320pw.

Text 021 271 3399 Phone 0800 274 287 Email circulation@ theguardian.co.nz

MEETINGS, EVENTS Ashburton Society of Arts Short Street Studio

Early Spring Show Opening – Sunday, October 7, 10am. Continuing until November 4.

Guest – Robert McDowell and Local members exhibiting. Plus ART and CRAFT SALE Sunday, October 7 only, 10am- 3pm. Great assortment of handmade items from our Monday Group. Enquiries phone 03 308 4533

Moore Street Medical Centre, Moore Street, Ashburton, will be the2,duty practice Saturday| until 8am Sunday. be by appointment only. To make a booking please phone 0800 700 155. Level 73 Burnett St,for Ashburton Members of I.B.A.N.ZConsultations & Brokernet NZwillLtd.

Weekend Services

MEDICAL SERVICES

Ashburton Rest Homes

COLDSTREAM HOUSE, CAMERON COURTS and Healthline is a free health advice. It operates 24 hours a PRINCES COURT all have DAILY, unrestricted visiting. day, seven days a week. The toll-free number to call is 0800 Emergency Dentist 611 116. Healthline is staffed by registered nurses who are If you do not have or cannot contact your regular dentist, trained to assess health problems and offer advice over the please phone 027 683 0679 for the name of the rostered phone. The service is free and confidential. weekend dentist in Christchurch. Hours 9am - 5pm, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. DUTY DOCTORS For all urgent medical calls phone 0800 700 155 at any ELPLINE ERVICES time. IN EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY PHONE 111. This service is for emergency medical care only. Please Alcoholics Anonymous Call 0800 AA WORKS (0800 229 6757) bring your Community Services Card. All non New Zealanders should bring their passport with them, New or visit www.aa.org.nz for more information. Zealanders should bring some form of ID. Mental Health - Call free on 0800 222 955. Three Rivers Health, Allens Road, Ashburton, will be the Ask for the Crisis Team. duty practice for Saturday and Sunday until 8am Monday. Safe Care - 24 hr Rape and Sexual Please phone 0800 700 155 for an appointment. Assault Crisis Support. Ph: 03 364 8791

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For weekend and emergency services please phone 302 24 hr - Freephone 0800 VICTIM (0800 842 846) 8105 for details on how to access the after-hours service Direct dials to a volunteer. each weekend. Ashburton Office - 307 8409 week-days, 9am - 2pm outside of these hours leave a message. Pharmacies Wises Pharmacy, Countdown Complex, East Street, will Alcohol Drug Help Line be open from 9am - 1pm Saturday, from 10am - 1pm Sunday Call us free on (0800 787 797). and from 5pm - 7pm both evenings. Lines open 10am - 10pm seven days. Lifeline - Toll-Free: 0800 353 353.

DIAL 111 in the event of a Medical or Accident Emergency

COMMUNITY SERVICES Art Gallery

327 West Street, Ashburton, phone 308 1133. Open daily: 10am – 4pm - Wednesday: 10am – 7pm

Ashburton Museum

327 West Street, Ashburton, phone 307 7890. Open daily: 10am – 4pm

Ashburton Public Library

Bus Departures

Reservations & timetables, 24-hour service. Freephone for reservations: 0800 802 802. BUSES - Southbound: 9.30am, 3.20pm. Northbound: 12.30pm, 5.10pm.

ANIMAL SERVICES Dog, Stock & Noise Control

Ashburton District Council 03 307 7700 - 24h service.

Havelock Street. Ph 308 7192. Saturday: 10am - 1pm. Sunday: 1pm - 4pm.

Animal Welfare Centre

EA Networks Centre - Pools

Mid Canterbury Animal Shelter -

All enquiries - phone 308 4432 or 027 3329286.

20 River Terrace - Phone 03 308 4020. WEEKEND HOURS: Contact - President 021 1356 969. Sat & Sun 7am - 7pm. Public Holidays 10am - 5pm. Veterinarians

ASHBURTON VETS - Ph 0276 838 000, 149 Cameron Street, Ashburton: Duty vet: Ben Hallenstein. Full emergency service all weekend. VET ENT RIVERSIDE - Ph 03 308 2321, 1 Smallbone Drive, Ashburton. Saturday clinic: 9am - 12 noon. Weekend 24-hour emergencies. VETLIFE ASHBURTON - Ph 03 307 5195, Cnr East Street and Seafield Road, Ashburton. Saturday clinic: 9am - 12 noon. Weekend 24-hour emergencies. CANTERBURY VETS - Ph 03 307 0686, Information Centre Methven - Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 10am until West Street Clinic, West Street, Ashburton. Saturday clinic: 9am - 12 noon. Weekend emergencies: Steve Williams. 3pm. Phone 302-8955 or isite@midcanterburynz.com

Mail Closing Times

ASHBURTON MAIL CENTRE STANDARD POST: Mon - Fri 6pm POST DELIVERY CENTRES Allenton & Tinwald: Mon - Fri 5pm Methven & Rakaia: Mon - Fri 4.30pm ASHBURTON’S STREET RECEIVERS Business Area: Mon - Fri 5pm Residential Area: Mon - Fri 1pm

Vet Ent and Vet Life operate a joint after-hours SMALL animal emergency service. To use this service please phone your vet as usual.


Trades & Services To place a Trades & Services ad, call 307-7900 or email classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

MOBILE MOWER SERVICING • Rotary Mowers • Ride-on Mowers • Water Blasters • Small Motor Repairs

Keeping your property protected with a security camera system from Masterguard

• Reel Mowers • Chainsaws • Rotary Hoes • Generators

Protect your biggest asset with a home security camera package from Masterguard Call me today for a free, no obligation quote

Ph 307 0002 - Mobile 021 88 34 36

New Pure Water System Enjoy spot and streak free windows!

Book your high windows in today

“we clean to a standard, not a price”

• regular full house cleans • one off spring cleans • farm houses • builders cleans • floor buffing

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• All staff are police vetted •Able to travel out of town

03 307 2656 | www.ashburtoncleaning.co.nz

Hartley Curd phone 0800 788 393 or 021 328 301 57 Dobson Street, Ashburton.

ARE YOU ON THE MOVE? • Ashburton based locksmiths • Keys, door locks, padlocks • Window stays and latches • Sliding/bifold door rollers • WE REPAIR ALL

CALL DAM DOORS AND MORE 24/7 LOCKOUTS

MOBILE SERVICE 0275

NEED A SHED?

Reuben Carr 0800 relocate (0800 735 622) afmovers@xtra.co.nz

WE TAKE THE HASSLE OUT OF MOVING From packing, clean-up, storage and moving your whole household to delivering a recent large purchase, we do it all. Call today for a quote. Free quotes in Mid Canterbury

THE ASHBURTON FURNITURE MOVERS DIFFERENCE

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Stan Keeley, Owner

115 Alford Forest Road, Ashburton 7700 - Ph (03) 308 9099

TOGETHER, WE’RE BUILDING NEW ZEALAND An official Community Partner of the Crusaders

YOUR LOCAL TREE EXPERTS Dedicated to excellence in Arboriculture • Pruning • Felling • Branch chipping - up to 12” • Hedge trimming • Powerline clearing • Stumpgrinding • Tree dismantling ALL YOUR TREE SERVICES! Servicing Mid Canterbury & surrounding areas

Alps

Continuous Spouting

Need new spouting, fascia and downpipes? Give Ben a call for a free quote. All jobs guaranteed. Enquire about our leaf and snow guard product. Manufacturers and installers of continuous spouting, fascia and downpipes. Ben Kruger • Phone 308 4380 or 027 390 1027 • email: benkruger@xtra.co.nz • www.alpscontinuousspouting.co.nz

CALL 0800 559 255 FOR A FREE QUOTE

www.4seasonstreecare.co.nz 0800 559 255

HEAT PUMPS KEEP YOUR HOME THE PERFECT TEMPERATURE ALL YEAR ROUND

HEAT PUMPS

electriCOOL Ltd Phone Paul Crequer, your local authorised Daikin dealer for a free quote on all domestic and commercial systems phone 0274 362 362 or 308 4573.


Trades & Services To place a Trades & Services ad, call 307-7900 or email classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

YOUR LOCAL TV RECEPTION SPECIALIST • • • • • • •

Your local authorised Freeview installer Commercial TV systems Extra phone points TV wall mounting Future proof pre-wire of new homes Authorised Sky installer Home theatre installation

Lawns & Garden Ltd

PROFESSIONAL LAWN AND LANDSCAPING SERVICES

For your rural, residential and commercial property maintenance, contact us. • • • • •

ASHBURTON TV & AUDIO LTD Ph 308-7332 or 027-277-1062

Commercial and Rural Ride-On Lawn mowing Residential Lawn Mowing Lawn Fertilization, Weed and Moss Spraying Pruning of Shrubs and Hedges Garden Clean-Ups and Maintenance

Don & Sue Cooper 027 339 6350 or a/h 03 308 9257

Lifestyle

CONNECTIONS

Plants for all projects - Landscaping Plants - Ornamental & Specimen trees - Native plants for all purposes - Hedging plants & Topiaries - Fruit & Nut plants.

SOUTHERN

WOODS PLANT NURSERY

1002 Robinsons Road, Chch - 0800 800 352 - www.southernwoods.co.nz

We service and repair all makes and models of sewing machines and overlockers RRP: $2,599

Open 7 Days | P 03 307 6277 | Main South Road, Tinwald | www.anniesquilts.co.nz

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TCM Chinese Medical Centre

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47 Alford Forest Road, Ashburton Ph: 0800 826 285 or 03 343 1668 | www.tcmchristchurch.com

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6am Te Karere 3 2 6:30 Country Calendar 3 Turn of the Tide. 0 7am Taste Of A Traveller 3 0 7:30 Infomercials 9am Code 1 PGR 0 9:30 Tagata Pasifika 10am Tipping Point 10:55 Tonight At The London Palladium 0 11:55 800 Words PGR 3 0 12:55 Sun, Sea, And Brides To Be 1:50 Ugly House To Lovely House 3 0 2:50 Eat Well For Less 3 0 4pm Karena And Kasey’s Kitchen Diplomacy 3 0 4:30 Rachel Hunter’s Tour Of Beauty 3 0 5pm The Chase 0 6pm 1 News At 6pm 0

6am PJ Masks 3 0 6:25 Thomas And Friends 0 6:35 Darwin And Newts 0 6:45 Best Of Chuggington Collection 0 6:55 Jamie’s Got Tentacles 3 0 7:05 The Amazing World Of Gumball 3 0 7:30 Blazing Team 3 7:55 Adventure Time 3 0 8:20 Pokemon Sun And Moon 3 0 8:45 We Bare Bears 3 0 9am Regular Show 0 9:10 Marvel’s SpiderMan 0 9:35 Bizaardvark 0 10am Fresh 10:30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air 3 0 11:05 Take Me Out PGR 3 0 12:05 Love Connection 0 12:55 This Is Us PGR 0 1:55 Famous In Love PGR 0 2:50 Project Runway New Zealand PGR 3 0 4pm America’s Funniest Home Videos 3 0 5pm The Crystal Maze 0 6pm The Middle 0 6:30 The Big Bang Theory 3 0

7pm MasterChef Australia 0 8pm L Lotto 8:05 MasterChef Australia Continued. 0 8:10 F The Hotel Inspector Returns PGR 0 9:10 F Maigret AO After receiving a series of calls from a man who is later found dead, Maigret must enter the Parisian underworld to solve the case. 0 11:10 N Sherlock AO The detective investigates the apparent return from the dead of his old enemy Moriarty, but another strange case soon demands his attention. 0 12:50 F The Astronaut Wives’ Club PGR 0 1:40 Coronation Street Catch-Up PGR 3 0 3:35 Infomercials

7pm M Labyrinth 1986 Adventure. 0 8:50 M Six Days, Seven Nights AO 1998 Action Comedy. 0 10:50 M Runaway Bride PGR 1999 Comedy. 0

Labyrinth

7pm on TVNZ 2

BRAVO 10am I Found The Gown 3 10:28 The Dish 3 10:30 The Profit 3 11:30 The Profit 3 12:28 The Dish 3 12:30 Britain’s Next Top Model 3 1:30 Hoarders 3 2:28 The Dish 3 2:30 Million Dollar Listing NY PGR 3 3:30 Undercover Boss 3 4:30 Undercover Boss 3 5:30 Undercover Boss 3 6:30 Tori And Dean – Storibook Weddings 7:30 Below Deck PGR 8:30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians AO 9:30 Growing Up Supermodel PGR 10:28 The Dish 3 10:30 Disappearance Of Crystal Rogers 3 11:30 Hoarders 3

SUNDAY

12:20 Infomercials 3 5am Million Dollar Listing NY 3

12:55 M Final Vision AO 2017 Crime. Scott Foley, Dave Annable, John Doman. 2:30 Grey’s Anatomy AO 3 0 4am Hotel Hell AO 3 0 4:45 Baby Daddy PGR 3 0 5:30 Infomercials

Auction Packed

6:30pm on Choice

SKY 5 6am Nightwatch M 6:55 The Simpsons PG 9:55 Pawn Stars – Australia PG 10:20 MacGyver M 11:15 Container Wars PG 11:40 Container Wars PG 12:05 Storage Wars – Texas PG 12:30 The Amazing Race PG 1:25 Salvation MV 2:15 Salvation MV 3:05 Container Wars PG 3:35 The Amazing Race PG 4:30 The Simpsons PG 7:30 MacGyver M 8:30 Helicopter ER M 9:30 Mountain Men PG 10:30 Nightwatch M 11:30 The Simpsons PG

SUNDAY Midnight The Simpsons PG 2:30 Helicopter ER M 3:25 The Amazing Race PG 4:20 Container Wars PG 4:45 Container Wars PG 5:10 Nightwatch M

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PRIME

6am Charles Stanley 6:30 The Project 3 7:25 Infomercials 9:30 Newshub Nation 10:30 Survivor – Kaoh Rong 3 11:30 M Cloudy With A Chance Of Love PGR 3 2015 Romance. Katie Leclerc, Michael Rady. 0 1:25 Married At First Sight NZ PGR (Starting Today) 3 0 2:25 Married At First Sight NZ PGR 3 3:25 Married At First Sight NZ PGR 3 4:30 F The Block NZ Auction PGR 3 0 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm

7pm America’s Got Talent PGR 0 8:55 M RoboCop 3 AO 1993 Action. The half-man, halfrobot takes on ruthless developers and their mercenary army, which is trying to evict tenants from their homes. Robert Burke, Rip Torn. 0

11pm America’s Got Talent PGR A recap of the highlights from the season so far, including acts that received a Golden Buzzer. 0 Midnight M Enough Said AO 3 2013 Romantic Comedy. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener. 1:45 Infomercials 5am Hillsong 5:30 Charles Stanley

6am Alan’s Garden Secrets 7am American Pickers 8am Guiding Alaska 8:30 Love Nature – 10 Puppies And Us 9:30 My France With Manu – Brittany 10:30 American Restoration 11am Shed And Buried 11:30 Down East Dickering 12:30 Ozzy And Jack’s World Detour PGR 1:30 Robson Green Extreme Fisherman 2:30 Alone AO 3:30 Better Homes And Gardens 4:30 James Martin’s American Adventure 5:30 Money For Nothing 6:30 Auction Packed As the Savos family searches for items to sell at their next auction, stops include a condemned home infested with rodents, and a large Victorian cottage in the Pocono Mountains. 7:30 Nor’easter Men 8:30 M The Butler AO 2013 Drama Biography. The story of a White House butler who served under eight American presidents, and witnessed many changes to American society. Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack. 10:30 Iron Chef America

11:40 Ambulance AO Series giving an insight into the London Ambulance Service. 0 12:40 Closedown 5:30 Rugby – The Championship (DLY) South Africa v All Blacks. From Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria.

11:25 Closedown

11:30 Money For Nothing 12:30 Made From America 1am Auction Packed 2am M The Butler AO 2013 Drama Biography. Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack. 4am Iron Chef America 5am Nor’easter Men

MOVIES GREATS

6:45 Drop Off PG 2018 Drama. Jacque Gray, Shawn Stevens. 8:15 Jumanji – Welcome To The Jungle PGVLS 2017 Action. Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart. 10:15 Ingrid Goes West 16VLSC 2017 Comedy. Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen. 11:55 Amityville – The Awakening MVLC 2018 Horror. Bella Thorne, Jennifer Jason Leigh. 1:25 Drop Off PG 2018 Drama. Jacque Gray, Shawn Stevens. 2:55 Norman ML 2016 Drama. Richard Gere, Lior Ashkenazi. 4:50 The Foreigner 16VLSC 2017 Action. Jackie Chan, Katie Leung. 6:40 Wakefield MLS 2016 Drama. Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner. 8:30 The Disaster Artist ML 2017 Comedy. Based on the cult film The Room, an actor Greg and an eccentric band together to write, direct, produce, and star in their own movie. Dave Franco, James Franco. 10:15 Annabelle – Creation 16VC 2017 Horror. Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto.

6:15 The Cabin In The Woods 16VLC 2012 Horror. Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchinson. 7:50 Horrible Bosses 16LS 2011 Comedy. Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Anniston. 9:25 Michael Clayton MVL 2007 Drama. George Clooney, Tom Wilkinson. 11:25 Scream 16VL 1996 Horror. Neve Campbell, Drew Barrymore, Rose McGowan, David Arquette. 1:15 Darling Companion M 2012 Comedy Drama. Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline, Dianne Wiest. 2:55 Scary Movie 16VLS 2000 Comedy Horror. Carmen Electra, Shannon Elizabeth, Marlon Wayans. 4:25 Déjà Vu MV 2006 Action Thriller. Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer, Paula Patton. 6:30 Hot Fuzz MVLC 2007 Comedy. Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman. 8:30 Paul MVLS 2011 Comedy. Two British comicbook geeks travelling across America encounter an alien outside Area 51. Simon Pegg, Nick Frost. 10:20 Underworld – Evolution 16VLS 2006 Action.

SUNDAY

SUNDAY

CHOICE

6:30 Takaro Tribe 6:40 Pukoro 2 7:10 Pipi Ma 3 7:20 Nia’s Extraordinary Life 3 7:25 Te Mana Kuratahi – Primary Schools’ Kapa Haka 3 7:50 Smooth 3 8am Te Kaea 3 2 8:30 Playlist 9am Both Worlds 3 9:30 Whanau Bakeoff 3 10am KaweKorero 3 12:30 Rugby League – ARL Finals 2pm Waka Ama Sprints 3 3pm M Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 1968 Family. Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes. 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu Nga Awa Whangai o Tamaoho. 6:30 Moteatea 3 7pm Hip-Hop International New Zealand Nationals (HLS) 7:30 Raw PGR 8:30 M Six Degrees Of Separation AO 1993 Drama. A Manhattan couple are conned by a teenager who claims to be the son of Sidney Poitier. 10:25 #whiuatepatai AO 3 10:55 Te Kaea 3 2

MOVIES PREMIERE

12:05 2 Years Of Love MS 2016 Romance. Kayla Ewell, Ryan Merriman. 1:35 Wakefield MLS 2016 Drama. Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner. 3:25 The Disaster Artist ML 2017 Comedy. Dave Franco, James Franco. 5:05 Norman ML 2016 Drama.

MAORI

6am Codename – Kids Next Door 3 0 6:25 Duck Dodgers 3 6:50 The Penguins Of Madagascar 3 0 7:15 The Fairly Odd Parents 3 7:40 Johnny Test 3 8:05 Sanjay And Craig 3 8:30 Nicky, Ricky, Dicky And Dawn 3 9am Victorious PGR 3 10am Robot Wars PGR 11am Rugby – Farah Palmer Cup (HLS) 11:30 The Crowd Goes Wild PGR 3 Noon Football – English Premier League (HLS) 1pm Top Gear PGR 3 2pm Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 3pm Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (RPL) Hawke’s Bay v Manawatu. From McLean Park. 5pm Addicted To Fishing 5:30 Prime News 6pm A Place In The Sun – Winter Sun 7pm Container Wars PGR 3 7:30 Antiques Roadshow 0 8:30 Qi PGR 9:10 Qi AO 9:45 N The Coroner PGR 0 10:45 The People v OJ Simpson – American Crime Story AO 3 0

SKY SPORT 1 6am Rugby – Farah Palmer Cup (HLS) Round Five. 6:30 Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (HLS) Hawke’s Bay v Manawatu. 7am Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (HLS) Wellington v Auckland. 7:30 The World Rugby Show 8am Cricket – International (HLS) India v West Indies. 8:30 Cricket – Women’s International (HLS) Australia v White Ferns – Third T20. 9am Fox Sports News 9:30 Golf – PGA European Tour (HLS) Alfred Dunhill Links Championship – Round Two. 10am Golf – LPGA Tour (HLS) 10:30 L Golf – PGA Tour Safeway Open – Round Two. 1:30 #SkySpeed 2pm Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (HLS) Hawke’s Bay v Manawatu. 2:30 L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup Northland v Waikato. 4:45 L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup North Harbour v Counties Manukau. 7pm L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup Canterbury v Taranaki. 9:30 Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (HLS) Hawke’s Bay v Manawatu. 10pm Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup (HLS) Wellington v Auckland. 10:30 Rugby – Farah Palmer Cup (RPL) North Harbour v Waikato.

SUNDAY

12:30 Rugby – Farah Palmer Cup (RPL) Canterbury v 12:05 Deja Vu MV 2006 Action Thriller. 2:10 Nothing Auckland. 2:30 Mainfreight Rugby 3:30 L Rugby But Trailers MVLSC 2:40 Hot – The Championship South Fuzz MVLC 2007 Comedy. 4:40 Paul MVLS 2011 Comedy. Africa v All Blacks.

0 Closed captions; 3 Repeat; 2 Maori Language; HLS Highlights; RPL Replay; DLY Delayed. CLASSIFICATIONS: 16/18 Approved for persons 16/18 years or over; AO Adults only; C Content may offend; L Language may offend; M Suitable for mature audiences; PG/PGR Parental guidance recommended for young viewers; S Sexual content may offend; V Contains violence. Local Radio: NewsTalk ZB 873AM/98.1FM FM Classic Hits ZEFM 92.5; Port FM Local 94.9, 98.9 and 106.1

SKY SPORT 2

DISCOVERY

6am Surfing – WSL (HLS) Ranch Pro. 7am #SkySpeed A review of recent motorsport highlights and the progress of New Zealanders on the world stage. 7:30 L Rugby League – Super League Semi-final Two. 10:30 Fox Sports News 11am The Crowd Goes Wild 11:30 Daily International News Bulletin Noon Rugby League – Super League (RPL) Semi-final Two. 2pm L Rugby League – NRL Promotion/Relegation Final. 4pm L Rugby League – NRL Grand Final. 6pm #SkySpeed 6:30 L Motorsport – MotoGP PTT Thailand – Qualifying. From Buriram, Thailand. 10pm Canoe Slalom – ICF World Championship (HLS) From La Seu d’Urgell in Spain. 10:30 L Football – FFA Cup Semi-final – Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC.

6:35 MythBusters PG Shooting Fish in a Barrel. 7:30 How It’s Made PG 7:55 How It’s Made PG 8:20 Deadliest Catch PG Turf Wars. 9:10 American Monster M Home Video Hit. 10am Murder Chose Me M Bloodbath in the Bottoms. 10:50 The 1980s – The Deadliest Decade M The Copycat Killer. 11:40 Weather Gone Viral M Man v Weather. 12:30 What On Earth? PG Mayan Armageddon – The New Evidence. 1:20 American Chopper M Welcome Back. 2:10 Misfit Garage PG Sue’s Custom 1956 Ford 2/2. 3pm Outback Pilots PG 3:50 What On Earth? PG Temple of Blood. 4:45 What On Earth? PG Curse of Medusa. 5:40 What On Earth? PG Village of the Damned. 6:35 BattleBots PG There Will Be Bot Blood. 7:30 Treehouse Masters PG 8:30 Moon Shots PG 9:25 Man Who Tweeted Earth PG 10:15 How China Works PG 11:05 Naked And Afraid XL M 11:55 What On Earth? PG

12:30 Golf – PGA European Tour (HLS) Alfred Dunhill Links Championship – Round Two. 1am L Cricket – APL T20 Nangarhar v Kandahar. 4:30 Golf – LGPA (HLS) International Crown. 5am L Cricket – APL T20 Teams TBC.

12:45 Deadliest Catch PG 1:35 How Do They Do It? PG 2am How Do They Do It? PG 2:25 Alaska – The Last Frontier M 3:15 Treehouse Masters PG 4:05 Treehouse Masters PG 4:55 How It’s Made PG 5:20 How It’s Made PG 5:45 MythBusters M

SUNDAY

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SUNDAY

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6am This Town 3 0 6:45 What Next 0 7:40 Tagata Pasifika 8:05 Praise Be 8:35 Topp Country 3 0 9:05 Grand Slam Fishing 0 10am Marae PGR 2 10:30 Waka Huia 3 11am Attitude 0 11:30 Fair Go 3 0 11:55 Sunday 3 0 12:55 Supersize Structures 3 0 2pm Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords PGR 0 2:55 Coast New Zealand The Deep South. 0 3:55 F People On Bikes 3 0 4:25 Fishing And Adventure Far North. As the crew travels to the far north of New Zealand for a three-day adventure, the challenge is set to land big trevally, snapper, and kingfish. 4:55 F The Celebrity Chase 0 6pm 1 News At 6pm 0 7pm Country Calendar 0 7:30 Sunday 0 8:30 Vanity Fair PGR 0 9:35 Q+A 0 10:45 Romper Stomper AO 0

6am Paw Patrol 3 0 6:25 Thomas And Friends 0 6:35 Darwin And Newts 0 6:45 Best Of Chuggington Collection 0 6:55 Chuggington – Little Trainees 3 0 7am Alvinnn!!! And The Chipmunks 3 0 7:10 Tangled – The Series 3 0 7:35 KC Undercover 3 0 8am What Now 10am Regular Show 0 10:10 Shortland Street Omnibus PGR 0 12:45 Ugly Betty PGR 3 0 1:45 Kevin (Probably) Saves The World 2:40 Home And Away Omnibus 0 5pm The Simpsons 0 5:30 American Housewife 3 0 6pm The Middle 0 6:30 The Big Bang Theory 3 0

11:45 The Missing AO 3 Secrets from the past are revealed as Julien finally learns the truth of Alice and Sophie’s abduction, but time is running out and nobody in Eckhausen will listen to him. 0 12:55 Attitude 3 0 1:25 Coronation Street Catch-Up PGR 3 0 3:30 Infomercials

11:10 Balls Of Steel AO 0 11:50 M No Escape AO 2015 Thriller. 1:35 Shortland Street PGR 3 0 2am Infomercials 2:35 The Lie Detective AO 3 0 3:20 Hotel Hell AO 3 0 4:10 Infomercials 4:40 F Full House 3 0 5:05 Step By Step 3 5:30 Infomercials

Jack Reacher

8:35pm on TVNZ 2

BRAVO 6am Million Dollar Listing NY PGR 3 6:45 Million Dollar Listing NY 3 7:35 Million Dollar Listing NY PGR 3 8:20 Million Dollar Listing NY PGR 3 9:10 Hoarders 3 9:58 The Dish 3 10am Hoarders 3 10:50 Tori And Dean – Storibook Weddings 3 11:40 Catfish 3 12:28 The Dish 3 12:30 Disappearance Of Crystal Rogers 3 1:30 The Profit 3 2:30 The Profit 3 3:28 The Dish 3 3:30 Hoarders 3 4:30 Undercover Boss 3 5:30 Undercover Boss 3 6:30 Catfish 7:30 Britain’s Next Top Model 8:30 I Am Elizabeth Smart 10:33 The Dish 3 10:35 Second Wives’ Club PGR 11:30 Million Dollar Listing NY PGR 3 12:20 Infomercials 3

7pm Shortland Street PGR 0 7:30 N My Kitchen Rules New Zealand PGR The competition begins in the seaside suburb of Papamoa with Sindy and Roger. 0 8:35 M Jack Reacher AO 2012 Action Thriller. 0

Uncharted with Sam Neill 8:30pm on Prime

SKY 5 6am Hot Set M 6:50 The Amazing Race PG 7:40 The Simpsons PG 8:10 Pawn Stars – Australia PG 8:35 Container Wars PG 9am Container Wars PG 9:25 Storage Wars – Texas PG 9:50 Hot Set M 10:45 Scorpion MV 11:40 Helicopter ER M 12:35 Mountain Men PG 1:30 Raw MVC 4:15 SmackDown MVL 6pm Main Event MVC 7pm Last Man Standing PG 7:30 Scorpion MV 8:30 NCIS – New Orleans MV 9:30 NCIS – New Orleans MV 10:30 Outsiders 16VLSC 11:25 Raw MVC

MONDAY

1:55 Scorpion MV 2:40 Outsiders 16VLSC 3:30 Main Event MVC 4:20 NCIS – New Orleans MV 5:10 NCIS – New Orleans MV

THREE

PRIME

6am Life TV 6:30 Brian Houston 7am Charles Stanley 8am Life TV 3 8:30 Turning Point 9am R&R 9:25 The Hui 0 9:50 Newshub Nation 3 0 10:50 F Both Worlds PGR 0 11:15 Wedding Town 3 11:35 Come Dine With Me NZ 3 0 Noon Entertainment Tonight Weekend 1pm Motorsport – Formula E Street Racers 1:30 Motorsport – Mobil 1 The Grid 2pm Motorsport – Muscle Garage 2:30 Motorsport – World RallyCross 3:30 Motorsport – Monster Jam 4:30 Gone Fishin’ James and his friend Sean go into Southland red-deer country and roar up a couple of stags. 0 5pm Big Angry Fish 0 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm Married At First Sight NZ PGR 0 8:30 M The Other Woman PGR 3 2014 Romantic Comedy. 0 10:45 Blue Bloods AO 0

11:40 Chicago Med AO Charles and Reese search for answers when a mother claims her daughter is possessed; Rhodes and Bekker must find a way to save conjoined twins. 0 12:40 Infomercials

7:30 Secret Life Of The LongHaul Flight 0 8:30 F Uncharted With Sam Neill PGR Sam Neill follows Captain Cook’s journey through the Arctic, before sailing south to Hawaii, where the explorer died. 0 9:35 60 Minutes PGR 10:35 Top Gear PGR 3 11:35 Horror Homes PGR In what they once thought was the best spot on the beach, Bob and Val now live in constant fear as erosion brings the sea closer and closer to their front door. 12:35 Closedown

MOVIES PREMIERE

MOVIES GREATS

7am The Foreigner 16VLSC 2017 Action. Jackie Chan, Katie Leung. 8:50 Annabelle – Creation 16VC 2017 Horror. Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto. 10:40 2 Years Of Love MS 2016 Romance. Kayla Ewell, Ryan Merriman. 12:10 Wakefield MLS 2016 Drama. Bryan Cranston, Jennifer Garner. 1:55 The Disaster Artist ML 2017 Comedy. Dave Franco, James Franco. 3:35 Ripped 16C 2017 Comedy. Russell Peters, Faizon Love. 5:05 Tulip Fever MVS 2017 Drama. Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz. 6:50 Mark Felt – The Man Who Brought Down The White House ML 2017 Drama. Liam Neeson, Diane Lane. 8:30 Maze Runner – The Death Cure MVL 2018 Action. To find the cure that will obliterate the global epidemic, the lives of the immune are put in danger. Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario. 10:55 Fist Fight 16VLSC 2016 Comedy. Ice Cube, Charlie Day. MONDAY 12:25 Willed To Kill M 2012 Drama. Sarah Jane Morris, Dylan Bruce. 2am Tulip Fever MVS 2017 Drama. Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz. 3:45 Nothing But Trailers MVLSC 4am Maze Runner – The Death Cure MVL 2018 Action. Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario.

6:25 Scary Movie 16VLS 2000 Comedy Horror. Carmen Electra, Shannon Elizabeth, Marlon Wayans. 7:55 Underworld – Evolution 16VLS 2006 Action. Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman. 9:40 Hot Fuzz MVLC 2007 Comedy. Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman. 11:40 Paul MVLS 2011 Comedy. Simon Pegg, Nick Frost. 1:30 Déjà Vu MV 2006 Action Thriller. Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer, Paula Patton. 3:35 Alan Partridge – Alpha Papa MVL 2013 Comedy. Steve Coogan, Colm Meaney, Tim Key. 5:05 The Bank Job 16VLS 2008 Drama. Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows. 6:55 This Means War MVLS 2012 Action Comedy. 8:30 Once Fallen 16VL 2010 Crime. After a tough former convict is released from prison, he attempts to turn his life around by atoning for his past sins. 10:05 The Taking Of Pelham 1 2 3 16VL 2009 Thriller. 11:50 Hunt For The Wilderpeople PGVL 2016 Adventure.

MONDAY

MAORI

7:30 Religious Programming 10:30 Sport Box The best of the past week’s sports from New Zealand and around the world. Noon Rugby – The Championship (RPL) South Africa v All Blacks. From Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria. 0 2pm Judge Judy PGR A US courtroom show presided over by Judge Judy. 2:30 Mainfreight Rugby Club matches from around New Zealand. 3:30 Antiques Road Trip 3 4:30 Rugby Nation 5:30 Prime News 6pm Netball – Constellation Cup Australia v Silver Ferns – First Test. From the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. 0

1:30 Alan Partridge – Alpha Papa MVL 2013 Comedy. 3am This Means War MVLS 2012 Action Comedy. 4:35 Nothing But Trailers MVLSC 4:50 Once Fallen 16VL 2010 Crime.

CHOICE

10am Sidewalk Karaoke PGR 10:30 Pete And Pio 3 11am Native Affairs 3 11:30 He Kakano 3 Noon The Ring Inz PGR 3 12:30 What’s Up With The Tumoanas? PGR 3 1pm Moving Out 3 1:30 E Tu Whanau Touch Nationals 3 2:30 Game Of Bros 3 3pm School Of Training 3 3:30 Haati Grassroots Rugby 3 4:30 IVF World Sprints Exclusive coverage of the IVF Va’a World Championships 2018, held in Tahiti. 5pm Marae PGR 3 2 5:30 Te Kaea 3 2 6pm F Te Waipounamu Hana Mereraiha Skerrett-White travels to Otepoti to meet Tahu Potiki, who shares his passion for Ngai Tahu, their dialect, and associated customs of Ngai Tahu. 7pm Toa Hunter Gatherer PGR 3 7:30 SmackDown PGR 8:30 M Testament Of Youth AO 2014 Biographical Drama. A British woman recalls a story of young love and the futility of war during the First World War. Based on the memoir of Vera Brittain. Alicia Vikander, Kit Harington. 11pm Te Kaea 3 Maori Television’s daily news programme. 2 11:30 Closedown

SKY SPORT 1 7am Rugby – The Championship (RPL) South Africa v All Blacks. 9am The F1 Show 9:30 Motorsport – F1 (RPL) Japanese Grand Prix – Qualifying. 10:50 Rugby – The Championship (HLS) South Africa v All Blacks. 11:20 L Rugby – The Championship Argentina v Australia. 2pm L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup Southland v Bay of Plenty. 4:15 L Rugby – Mitre 10 Cup Otago v Tasman. 6:30 Rugby – The Championship (HLS) Argentina v Australia. 7pm Rugby – The Championship (HLS) South Africa v All Blacks. 7:30 All Or Nothing – New Zealand All Blacks Behind-the-scenes series following the All Blacks throughout 2017, taking an in-depth look at the players and coaches on and off the field. 8:30 Rugby Nation 9:30 Rugby – The Championship (RPL) South Africa v All Blacks. From Loftus Versfield, Pretoria. 11:30 Rugby – The Championship (RPL) Argentina v Australia.

MONDAY

1:30 Golf – LPGA Tour (DLY) UL International Crown. 4am Rugby League – Super League (RPL) Semi-final Two.

0 Closed captions; 3 Repeat; 2 Maori Language; HLS Highlights; RPL Replay; DLY Delayed. CLASSIFICATIONS: 16/18 Approved for persons 16/18 years or over; AO Adults only; C Content may offend; L Language may offend; M Suitable for mature audiences; PG/PGR Parental guidance recommended for young viewers; S Sexual content may offend; V Contains violence. Local Radio: NewsTalk ZB 873AM/98.1FM FM Classic Hits ZEFM 92.5; Port FM Local 94.9, 98.9 and 106.1

6am Better Homes And Gardens 7am Through The Bible With Les Feldick 7:30 Made From America 8am Watt’s World 8:30 Iron Chef America 9:30 Shed And Buried 10am James Martin’s American Adventure 11am Money For Nothing Noon Auction Packed 1pm Made From America 1:30 Jungle Atlantis 2:30 Flippin’ RVs 3:30 Baby Animals And Friends 4:30 River Cottage Spring River Cottage celebrates Britain’s freshest seasonal food as Hugh cooks and tastes the abundant gifts of Spring. 5:30 Big Dreams Small Spaces 6:30 Tiny House Nation

7:30 James Galea’s Best Trick Ever 8:30 M The Ides Of March AO 2011 Drama. An idealistic staff member for a new presidential candidate receives a crash course on dirty politics during his time on the campaign trail. 10:30 Stupid Man, Smart Phone 11:30 River Cottage Spring 12:30 Big Dreams Small Spaces 1:30 Watt’s World 2am M The Ides Of March AO 2011 Drama. Paul Giamatti, George Clooney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ryan Gosling. 4am James Galea’s Best Trick Ever 5am Stupid Man, Smart Phone

SKY SPORT 2 8:30 Inside The PGA Tour Previewing and profiling the world of golf across America. 9am Golf – PGA Tour (HLS) Safeway Open – Round Two. From the North Course at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. 9:30 UCL Magazine Show 10am Rugby League – Super League (RPL) Noon Sky Sports News 12:30 Rugby – The Championship (RPL) South Africa v All Blacks. 2:30 Cricket – International (HLS) India v West Indies. 3pm L Netball – Constellation Cup Australia v Silver Ferns – First Test. 5pm L Cricket – International India v West Indies – First Test, Day Four. Coverage of the morning session. 7:05 Golf Central 7:35 L Cricket – International India v West Indies – First Test, Day Four. Coverage of the afternoon session.

MONDAY

12:30 Golf – European Tour (HLS) Round Three. 1am Netball – Constellation Cup (HLS) Australia v Silver Ferns – First Test. 1:30 Cricket – Abu Dhabi T20 (HLS) Day Three. 2:20 L Cycling – ParisTours 4am Darts – World Grand Prix (RPL) Finals. 7Oct18

DISCOVERY 6:35 MythBusters PG Pirates 2! 7:30 How It’s Made PG 7:55 How It’s Made PG 8:20 Blowing Up History PG 9:10 Weather Gone Viral M Man v Weather. 10am MythBusters PG Backseat Getaway Driver. 10:50 Outback Pilots PG 11:40 Bering Sea Gold PG Storm Surge. 12:30 Treasure Quest – Snake Island PG Death Road to Fortune. 1:20 Deadliest Catch PG Turf Wars. 2:10 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG Pluto’s Stranger Things. 3pm Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG Rise of the Planet Killer. 3:50 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG A President’s Close Encounter. 4:45 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG 5:40 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG 6:35 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG 7:30 Blowing Up History PG 8:30 Strange Signals From Outer Space PG 9:25 The Great UFO Conspiracy PG 10:15 Nasa’s Unexplained Files PG 11:05 The Unexplained Files M 11:55 UFOs – The Lost Evidence PG

MONDAY

12:45 Deadliest Catch PG 1:35 How Do They Do It? PG 2am How Do They Do It? PG 2:25 Alaska – The Last Frontier M 3:15 Treehouse Masters PG 4:55 How It’s Made PG 5:20 How It’s Made PG 5:45 MythBusters PG

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Family Notices BIRTHS

SNOWBALL – Karl and Steph are delighted to announce the safe arrival of Tessa Mary, 7lb 14oz on October 4. a massive thanks to Anna and Lou.

ENGAGEMENTS SMART - NABBEN – Averil and Ross Smart are delighted to announce the engagement of their son Scott to Elizabeth daughter of Jan and André Nabben of Sydney, Australia.

DEATHS

LAUDER, Pauline Frances – Peacefully in the care of Radius Millstream and her family, on October 3, 2018. Aged 88 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Stewart. Much loved mother and mother-inlaw of Don and Marilou, Vicky and Michael Bell, Sue and Barry Gough, Jo and John Faulkner, and Murray and Barbie. Adored Grandma and great Grandma of all her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Special thanks to the staff at Radius Millstream for the wonderful care given to Pauline over the years. A service for Pauline will be held at St David’s Union Church, Allens Road, Ashburton on MONDAY, October 8, commencing at Followed by 11.00am. interment at the Ashburton New lawn Cemetery.

McMANUS, Desmond Aloysius ( Reg No. 455795, J Force) – On Thursday, October 4, Passed away 2018. peacefully after a short illness at Essie Summers Retirement Home in Christchurch. Aged 94 years. Loved husband of the late Joan. Loved father and father-in-law of Tony and Judi, Mike, Kevin and Ally, Garry and Ali, Jo and Jerry, and Brian. Beloved grandfather to Hayley, Kurt, Todd, Aimee, Scott, Kimberley, Jordan, Charlotte, Ryan, Catherine, and Zac and loved Poppa to all his great grandchildren. Messages to the McManus family, PO Box 472, Ashburton 7740. Special thanks to the staff and management of Essie Summers for their wonderful care and support. A funeral service for Des will be held at the Church of the Holy Name, Sealy Street, Ashburton on TUESDAY, October 9, commencing at 11.00am. Followed by interment at the Ashburton New Lawn Cemetery.

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WEBSTER, Gwen Gladys Alice – Passed away peacefully at Rosebank Private Hospital and Resthome, Ashburton on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, aged 87 years, surrounded by her loving family. Dearly loved wife of the late Robert (Bob), much loved and cherished Mum and motherin-law of Andrew and Katherine, Peter and Nicki and the late John. Treasured grandma of Lewis and Sarah, Chantelle and Scott, Thomas, George and James. Now at peace with her beloved Bob and John. Messages may be addressed to the Webster family, c/o 19 London Street, Christchurch 8013. At Gwen’s request her body has bequeathed to the Otago Medical School. A private memorial will be held.

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ARTHUR, Isabella (Bella) – Lynette, Isabel, Jennifer, Tony and families would like to thank family and friends for their kind messages, donations, flowers and support on the recent passing of Bella. And thank you also to all those who attended the funeral. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement. CAMERON, Angus Ian – Judith, Carolyn, Juliet, Guyon, Sarah and families would like to sincerely thank all those who attended Angus’ funeral service. The family was overwhelmed by your cards, flowers, food, phone calls and other acts of sympathy we received at this difficult time. We would also like to thank the Harmony Lodge for their participation and the Hinds District Lions for their Guard of Honour. Rest in peace.

CRAFTS, Neville Francis – June Cunneen, Lynette Tatterson, Tony Crafts and families would like to express their gratitude for the love and support they have received at the sudden passing of a much loved brother. Thank you to Father Geoff Gray for this tribute to Neville at the funeral mass, our thanks also to the staff at Paterson’s Funeral Services for their guidance and support. Sincere thanks to Dr Penny Holdaway and to the staff at Radius Millstream. He was very happy there these last 16 months. Our grateful thanks for the flowers, cards, phone calls and baking received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our appreciation “Climb every mountain” Neville! Will be sadly missed.

McLAUCHLAN, Barry Ronald Heaton – It has been several months since Barry passed away. Marlene, Nicola and Steve, Simon and Judy would like to express our heartfelt thanks to all those people who offered their kind words of support, food galore, visits, cards and letters. Barry always loved talking to people, and he was always very Community minded and was actively involved in a lot of different organisations throughout his life. He would have been very humbled by all the attention, praise and beautiful words said by so many people after his passing. He always gave things 110 percent even in his laster years when his health betrayed him. But he still did not let that stop him from giving of his time. While Barry was involved in many wonderful and important organisations we would like to particularly acknowledge Mayfield Lions for their kindness and caring towards Barry over the last few years, you were so supportive and inclusive of him. This was a huge part of his life. Barry lived by the philosophy of if you don’t use it you will lose it. He never slowed down. Barry has left a big gap in the McLauchlan clan and is sorely missed and loved. We apologise for the lateness of this notice but please know that all your love and support has been greatly appreciated and has helped tremendously over the last few months. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement to all your cards and visits.

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Areas of cloud, with patchy drizzle in the north, clearing and becoming fine in the morning. Northeasterlies.

Fine apart from morning and evening cloud. Wind at 1000m: Light winds. Wind at 2000m: NW 40 km/h developing.

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Rain developing with a change to cool southerlies.

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Cryptic crossword

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Simon Shuker’s Code Cracker

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Previous cryptic solution

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Sudoku

DOWN 1. Club or short staff (5) 2. Broadcast (8) 3. Burning (6) 4. Plunge (4) 5. Go out of control (3,4) 6. Kindergartens (10) 9. Detective (7,3) 12. Relaxed, unstressed (4-4) 14. Lacking (7) 16. Inhibit (4,2) 19. Did nothing (5) 20. Agitate (4)

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