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New cyber-bullying laws will add weight to the fight against online attacks that are becoming all too common in Mid Canterbury and across New Zealand. John Hobbs, who is leading a project to clamp-down on bullying for Safer Ashburton, says a new bill introduced to Parliament yesterday would serve as a
strong deterrent for cyber-bullies and help prevent incidents such as the vicious attack on an Ashburton girl last month. Justice Minister Judith Collins’ Harmful Digital Communications Bill, revealed yesterday, aims to protect victims and hold perpetrators to account. It will include setting up an agency to take complaints, allow complainants to take District Court action and make it a
criminal offence to post harmful online comments that incite suicide. Mr Hobbs said cyber-bullying had emerged as a major concern in Mid Canterbury. He said introducing the bill coincided with the launch of the Think First project’s website this week. “I think it’s great we finally have something to try and bring down cyber-bullies but it is a bit
of a shame it has taken this long to get something like this set up because cyber-bullying has been around for a while.” Mr Hobbs hoped the new laws would stop incidents such as last month when a Facebook page was set up to attack a local. “The best part of this bill for me is the new offence of inciting to commit suicide being punishable by up to three years in prison.
“The suicide rate in New Zealand is alarmingly high and noone has the right to say someone doesn’t deserve to live.” Mount Hutt College principal John Schreurs said it was about people “acting responsibly” online, a message that is now being widely spread throughout Mid Canterbury schools. He said the laws would “take a while” to change the online social media culture.
Get me to the party on time Ashburton Vintage Car Club members served as chauffeurs yesterday to get Park Street Day Care attendees to their annual garden party in style. PHOTO GABRIELLE STUART 051113-GS-015
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Rio begins preparations for 2016 Olympics City authorities in Rio de Janeiro began demolishing an elevated ring road skirting the city’s port area this week as part of a huge makeover for the 2016 Olympic Games. A 7km tunnel will replace a road carrying some 70,000 vehicles a day, which obscured the view to the picturesque vistas over Guanabara Bay and towards Sugarloaf Mountain. The road was closed off on Saturday night in preparation as Rio undergoes urban regeneration ahead of the Games, the first to be staged in South America. The closure is expected to lead to bottlenecks in a city of more than six million. - AFP
Hobbit fans get sneak peek Director Peter Jackson has given fans a sneak peek of his latest Tolkien epic, revealing he is working non-stop to get The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug ready to premiere in December. Jackson took a break from editing to host what was billed as a “world fan event” yesterday, featuring question and answer sessions with stars from the movie streamed online from cinemas in Wellington, New York, Los Angeles and London. Barefoot and relaxed, he said contact with his fans helped reenergise him during the gruelling editing process ahead of the movie’s December 13 debut. “We haven’t finished the movie, it’s pretty intense at the moment,” he told the audience at Wellington’s Embassy cinema.
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117 same-sex couples tie the knot More than 100 same-sex couples have married since it was made legal in August. Provisional Statistics New Zealand figures show 117 gay couples have tied the knot since on August 19. Statistics Minister Maurice Williamson said 61 female couples and 56 males couples wed. Forty-seven of the 117 marriages were couples who transferred their civil union to marriage, he said. “The information also shows one third of same-sex marriages were to overseas residents, compared with 10 per cent of opposite-sex marriages.’’ There were 33 civil unions registered over the same period, down from 53 in the same quarter a year ago.
Authorities say a Nebraska man is getting his motorcycle back - 46 years after it was stolen from his backyard. US Customs and Border Protection said the black and blue 1953 Triumph Tiger 100 was recovered last week at the Port of Los Angeles. It was on its way to Japan, with its value listed as $9000. The bike was reported stolen in February 1967. The California Highway Patrol will return the bike to its original owner, who is now in his 70s and still lives in Omaha, Nebraska. His name was not released.
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■ DRAFT LOCAL ALCOHOL POLICY
Three days until submissions close Just three days remain until submissions close on the Ashburton District’s draft local alcohol policy. The policy was formulated by a working party made up of police, bar owners, council staff and members of the community. Two community surveys were also carried out before the policy was written. The draft policy contains proposals designed to address issues around the sale and consumption of alcohol with key
proposals including: A one way door policy for all on-licence premises from 1am through to the latest closing time allowed of 3am; maximum off-licence hours to be 8am to 9pm; clubs required to have a qualified manager on site if there are 20 or more people on the premises and the requirement for BYO on-licence premises to have a qualified manager on site if alcohol is being consumed. To date 45 submissions have been received, with most sup-
porting the draft policy. Council policy advisor Jenna Marsden said there had been strong support for reduced trading hours for off-licences and for the proposed one-way door restriction. “In general, comments on the maximum trading hours for pubs and bars have been mixed. Some are happy with the proposed maximum hours of 7am to 3am the next day, while others think 3am is too late, or 7am is too early,” Mrs Marsden said.
Because the liquor policy would introduce significant changes to when people could buy and consume alcohol, Mrs Marsden said it was important people took the time to have their say. Submissions on the draft LAP will be accepted until 5pm on Friday, online through the council website, or by completing a submission form and dropping it off at council reception. The council will hear and deliberate on submissions later
this month, and will produce a provisional LAP early in 2014. This will be open to appeals, but only people who submitted through the consultation process running now will be able to make an appeal. A summary of the policy, the full draft local alcohol policy and submission form are available from the Council website www. ashburtondc.govt.nz, the Ashburton public library or from the council offices at 5 Baring Square West, Ashburton.
■ CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Jessica breaks male stranglehold on chess champs By Sue NewmaN
Jessica Pelayo has broken a 45-year male stranglehold on the Ashburton Chess Club’s championships. This year the Ashburton College 18-year-old won her way through several rounds of play in the championships to take the title by one point from defending champion Nigel Richardson. She is the fourth college student to win the title but the first female club member to do so. Jessica learned to play chess as a 10-year-old from her older sister but it wasn’t long before she was beating her sister at every match and a short time later posing a serious threat to her dad’s reign as family chess champ. For Jessica, there’s a lot to love about chess. “It’s a great brain exercise, good for thinking and it’s a good pastime,” she said. That she is just one of two girls in the Ashburton Chess Club doesn’t faze Jessica. On the board you’re all equals, she said. On the way to winning the championship title, Jessica soundly beat her school team coach Ken Pow and now
admits that had been one of her goals this year. For any coach, there’s a certain satisfaction in being toppled by someone you’ve coached, Mr Pow said. “If Jessica was living in Auckland she’d be a lot further on with her chess. She’s got the good memory and the good analytical brain that you need.” In some ways it also seems that to be good at chess at secondary school level, being born outside New Zealand is also an advantage, Mr Pow said. The college’s top team has no native born Kiwi members – number one Vlad Barbu is from Romania and Jessica from the Philippines and among the team lists at the nationals there was scarcely a single Kiwi name, he said. Perhaps surprisingly, Jessica is not the college’s chess champion this year; she’s had to bow to the superior playing skills of fellow student Vlad Barbu. Together they were part of the school’s top team that this year won the South Island title and came fourth in the national champs. The Year 13 student will head to Canterbury University next year to study computer science and says she’s keen to pit her skills against a new group of fellow chess playing students.
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Stable force for Mid Canty BY MYLES HUME
lege graduates to be posted throughout the Canterbury District, including as far south as Timaru, until July next year. However, a raft of fresh faces will not be appearing on the beat in Ashburton, says MidSouth Canterbury area commander Inspector Dave Gaskin. “There are no recruits coming to Ashburton, the station has a certain allocation and the numbers 100 per cent match that,” Mr Gaskin said. “Timaru will be getting some recruits because they are below
Canterbury’s policing stocks may have experienced an unusual exodus of officers this year, but staff at the Ashburton station do not appear to be looking elsewhere. Due to a surge of retirements and resignations, the Canterbury policing district has seen a high annual staff turnover rate of 3.7 per cent in March and 6 per cent in October. That has prompted a speedy reaction with 48 police col-
their established numbers.” He said the district had been “over-strength” in recent years and were currently about five staff members down. The latest to join the Ashburton Police Station ranks was Sergeant Bryan Ennis, who was introduced last month to replace sergeant at the time Sean Buchanan. Mr Ennis moved from the Timaru station and was promoted from his senior constable role. Mr Gaskin said there was
“not a great deal of movement” throughout the Mid-South Canterbury policing district which helped with stability in the community and kept a raft of local knowledge on the beat. The Canterbury District had a freeze on staff last year after a surge in new recruits after the earthquakes, but was now forced to seek new staff. Tasman and Southland police districts were also over-allocated and faced a similar positing freeze in recent years.
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Southern rata trees for Methven residents Ashburton Forest and Bird are giving away hundreds of southern rata trees to Methven and foothills residents. The trees will see gardens tinged with red each summer as the native trees flower, and may attract more bellbirds to the area. The giveaway is part of a nationwide initiative under Project Crimson, which is aiming to restore some of the lost red flowering plants of pohutukawa and rata to the country. Branch president Edith Smith said about 700 southern rata had been cultivated from cuttings from trees on Rhyolite Ridge at Mt Somers, grown by Agribusiness. The plants were now about two years old, and she wanted anyone in the Methven and foothills areas who wanted one to get in touch with either herself, on 308-4440, or fellow member Val Clemens, on 308-5620. Each tree came with a plant guard, the cost of which was $2.
Court appearance A 23-year-old man has been arrested in relation to the discovery of a body in a house in Wainuiomata, Wellington last week. Hutt Valley police say the man will appear in Hutt Valley District Court today charged with murder of Huri King-Mosen. Police are not looking for anyone else. Mr King-Mosen, 24, was found dead in his home at 3pm on Tuesday last week. - APNZ
Armed robbery Police are investigating after an armed robbery of a Christchurch service station. A man armed with what appeared to be a gun entered the Caltex service station on Russley Road about 1am on Tuesday, Acting Inspector John Robinson of southern police communications said. The lone attendant was unhurt but “pretty traumatised” by the incident, Mr Robinson said. The offender left in a car and it was not known if he had an accomplice. - APNZ
Joint funeral Ice picks were held up in a guard of honour as the caskets of climbers Nicole Sutton and Hiroki Ogawa left a church in Auckland yesterday following their joint funeral. The couple were farewelled by about 200 people at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell following their deaths on Mr Taranaki over Labour Weekend. They had been climbing as part of the New Zealand Alpine Club’s annual trip to the mountain. Ms Sutton, 29, and Dr Ogawa, 31, died after being trapped sheltering in an ice trench near the summit for two nights in bad weather. - APNZ
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Fireworks sales are up and more families are buying special packs to enjoy in the backyard. Many others, however, are doing away with the fuss and heading to local public fireworks displays. Pyro Company Fireworks sells about 280 different kinds of fireworks in its 480 outlets across the country. Owner and managing director Len Julian said imports were up about 30 per cent - compared with last year’s sales - and family packs were becoming increasingly popular. - APNZ
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Restaurant to open in complex By SuSan SandyS
Nando’s will be among businesses setting up shop in a new Burnett Street retail and office block expected to open by Christmas. Scaffolding is expected to be removed from Holmeslee Square this week, before finishing touches are applied to the two-storey retail, office and restaurant complex. Indian Minar operator Imran
meslee Enterprises spokesperson, Mark Holmes, said yesterday none of those were planning on setting up shop there. “There’s been a few rumours going around, but they are false,” Mr Holmes said. There had been one franchise interested, which may or may not have been one of those, which had lost interest when it had failed to find a franchisee. He was in negotiation with
Khan confirmed yesterday he was to open a Nando’s restaurant in the complex, and would soon provide further information. Confirmation of the restaurant chain opening comes after there has been many rumours about it and other chains opening in the building, among them Muffin Break and Wendy’s, as well as a Japanese restaurant. Holmeslee Square owner Hol-
He said there had been much interest from other potential lessees, interest he expected to increase further when scaffolding was removed later this week. Mr Holmes hoped the building would be more than 50 per cent occupied by the time it opened, which he hoped would be late November or early December, but would be by Christmas time at the latest.
one other business planning on opening in the building, but negotiations would not be finalised for another three or four days. He could not say whether it would be a food operator or other retailer. He welcomed the highly successful Nando’s coming to the town, and believed the lower floor courtyard complex it would occupy in the building would be perfect for it.
Carolyn’s cookbook dream finally becomes a reality By Sue newman
Dietician Carolyn King had always nurtured a desire to write a cookbook but took until retirement for that desire to be realised. This was never going to be a run-of-the-mill book, however. She might have been a New Zealand-born Chinese, but Mrs King wanted to tell the story of her heritage and the women who had kept the recipes of the past alive in a new country. She decided to dedicate her book to Chinese grandmothers (Por Pors), telling their stories and preserving their recipes for today’s generation of Chinese New Zealanders. “This was also a way of recognising the Chinese women who had given so much to the New Zealand community. I talked to 15 grandmothers, aged 65 to 88
from around New Zealand and I was so amazed at what they had all achieved in their lives. They were so willing to share their knowledge,” she said. Because Chinese recipes are handed down from mother to daughter in verbal form and the learning is all “show and tell’, Mrs King said recording those recipes involved a lot of listening and writing. Working with local photographer Peter MacGregor opened up new challenges because she not only had to cook each dish but also to present it in a way that was eye-catching, Mrs King said. Her book is not a reference book; it may not follow strict tradition with every recipe and every ingredient. Rather it is a collection of Chinese recipes that take advantage of modern methods and equipment.
“This is good, honest family food, traditional food,” Mrs King said. Fusion food meant New Zealanders today had come a long way from the days when chop suey and chow mein were considered odd, Mrs King said. “The only thing they can’t seem to get their heads around are fish heads and chicken feet.” With the book on the market, Mrs King receives regular emails from women in their 40s and 50s who say the book is inspiring them to cook the food of their grandmothers. With Por Pors Cookbook now completed, Mrs King is determined there won’t be a second book – yet. “This was such a wonderful, exhilarating experience and it all happened so quickly at the finish – my poor husband,” she said.
Cookbook author, Ashburton woman Carolyn King has collected the stories and recipes of New Zealand’s Chinese community in her newly published book Por Por’s Cookbook. Photo tetsuro MitoMo 041113-tM-018
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■ CLIMBERS RESCUED
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By susan sanDys anD aPnZ Methven Search and Rescue leader Don Geddes was pleased to hear of the successful rescue of an injured climber from the “rugged country” of the Arrowsmith Range this week. A 36-year-old Christchurch woman was airlifted after falling some 300 metres while on a multi-day expedition to Cameron Glacier on the Arrowsmith Range. Methven Search and Rescue parties and the air force were involved in a rescue to the same area over 20 years ago, one that illustrated just how rugged the area was. Mr Geddes said it involved a party of two climbers who underestimated the length of their climb. They got into difficulty when they almost found themselves bluffed. One launched himself off the side of a hill when he had run out of rope and started hallucinating from dehydration and fatigue. Luck-
ily he had a soft landing and managed to make his way to a hut, where a Methven ground search party located him. The second man was also found by a ground team after walking out of the area via the Cameron Glacier. Mr Geddes said the rescue this week showed not only the importance of personal locator beacons (PLBs), but also of generally being prepared, with “adequate equipment, adequate skills and knowledge”. A Westpac Rescue spokesman said the party, which included the woman and two male companions from Wellington, activated their PLB about 8.45pm on Sunday, and a helicopter with night vision equipment left from Christchurch soon afterwards. They quickly located the stricken party but because of the high altitude - Cameron Glacier has an average elevation of 1890m - and strong winds they were forced to land
some distance away. The spokesman, who declined to give his name, said he and another paramedic trekked about 40 minutes to the base of the glacier, where the woman lay unconscious in a tent with two broken legs and a head injury. “What they think’s happened is she was abseiling a pitch on the side of the glacier and her snow anchor came out and she fell about 300 metres,” he said. “It was ice and hard-packed snow and it was steep, probably around 50 degrees.” She had been wearing a helmet but it had come off in the fall. The paramedics stabilised her broken limbs as best they could and packed her into a survival bag in preparation for the trip back across the ice. As they did they heard the thundering noise of an avalanche close by. “It did sound very close and very loud. You could feel the vi-
brations through the ground.” They could not see the avalanche but the helicopter pilot, who was waiting at the other end of the glacier, had a good view and said it looked “massive”. “He said it looked very large and very close to our little lights.” With the help of the two other climbers - who the spokesman said did an “awesome” job - they slid the woman across the ice to the waiting helicopter and flew her to Christchurch Hospital. Rescue Co-ordination Centre New Zealand search and rescue officer Chris Henshaw said the incident was a stark illustration of how carrying a PLB saves lives. “Had the party not been able to quickly make contact with search and rescue authorities, there is no doubt that the woman could have died, given the environment and the extent of her injuries,” he said.
■ MELBOURNE CUP
Having a flutter as cup fever hits By susan sanDys
Mid Cantabrians did not hold back from having a flutter on the Melbourne Cup yesterday, which is proving more and more popular every year. Among winners were Dennis O’Reilly, who was watching the famous thoroughbred race at the Ashburton Club and MSA. He backed the favourite, Fiorente, and it paid off with “a couple of hundred” dollars in return. He had done his homework when it came to finding which horse to back. “I thought it was about time Gai Waterhouse won a Melbourne Cup, and it was ridden by Damian Oliver, he’s ridden a few Melbourne Cup winners,” he said. And the odds had been good, $7 for a favourite was a good pay-out. Other punters were not so practical when choosing which horse to back, and an Ashburton TAB spokesperson said many chose according to more fanciful reasons, such as if the horse’s number matched the date of their birthday, or if they liked the sound of the horse’s name. The TAB was busy as hun-
dreds flocked to place their bets. “It seems to be bigger than last year I think,” she said. Punters at the MSA yesterday included 80-year-old Don Summerfield, who had been betting on the cup for 50 years straight, and his friend Dave McCrea. They backed Seville and an unsuccessful quinnella, but with the Melbourne Cup being a tradition that they and other family members had watched together for 27 years, they weren’t complaining. “It’s just the awe of it, it’s the biggest race in Australasia, we follow horses so we are naturally drawn to it,” Mr McCrea said. And it was all on at the South Rakaia Hotel yesterday, where Melbourne Cup fever marks the biggest day for the pub each year. “It’s crazy,” publican Peter Harrison said yesterday leading up to the race. The atmosphere was buzzing and there would be prizes, including for best dressed. A punters’ club was running at $600, which would go on the race, and individual betting had ranged up to $400 for trifectas and quaddies.
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Fiorente proved a winner for Dennis O’Reilly as Melbourne Cup fever struck Ashburton punters yesterday. Photo Donna Wylie 051113-DW-136
Ashburton Club and MSA patrons Dave McCrea (left) and Don Summerfield have been watching the Melbourne Cup together for over 20 years. Photo Donna Wylie 051113-DW-116
By Patrice Dougan anD Matthew theunissen At least one copycat Facebook group has sprung up in the wake of the Roast Busters underage sex scandal, with links to an Auckland school. It has already been taken down but not before Mount Albert Grammar School staff called police. The latest development came as the members of the original Roast Busters group, which bragged about getting girls drunk and having sex with them, went to ground in the face of mounting anger including death threats, and police drafted in a senior officer from elsewhere to go over the case. The copycat group appeared to be a “Mount Albert chapter” of Roast Busters and was linked to the school, Mount Albert Grammar School principal Dale Burden confirmed last night. He said school staff were alerted to the page by a concerned parent on Monday night. Three or four of his students, as well as a former student, were members. “We didn’t read any bragging or any reference at all to what they had done or what they were going to do,” Mr Burden said. “It was delinquent talk, is the best way to describe it, but it was connected to the Roast Busters site.” Despite not seeing any criminality, Mr Burden suspected it was a copycat group and contacted police. They told him not to notify the families of the students in the group and would do it themselves if necessary. The page was closed down yesterday but it was unclear whether it was voluntary or if authorities stepped in. Mr Burden said it was gone shortly after the call to police was made yesterday morning. Detective Inspector Bruce Scott of Waitemata police, who was in charge of the Roast Busters case, said he was unaware of the page and didn’t believe it had been referred to his team. The Roast Busters have caused outrage after bragging in videos posted on its Facebook page about getting underage girls drunk and having sex with them. - APNZ
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■ EQC REPORT
EQC’s performance ‘mixed’ By AdAm Bennett Problems highlighted by the Auditor-General in the way the Earthquake Commission had dealt with homeowners affected by the Canterbury earthquakes have already been identified and dealt with, the Government says. In a report on the commission’s management of the home repair programme, Auditor-General Lyn Provost said the EQC’s performance to date had been “mixed”.
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“It has performed well in managing repair costs and setting the home-repair programme up quickly, but has not performed as well in dealing with homeowners.” Ms Provost highlighted a series of issues, including: ■ EQC was late in the programme before repair slots were actively allocated to the homes of vulnerable people; ■ Homeowners had experienced inconsistency in information and processes,
and long periods without specific information from EQC about their claim, leading to a lack of certainty while waiting for repairs; ■ Some homeowners had been dissatisfied, including dissatisfaction with the quality of repairs or the time taken to complete the repairs after work started; ■ Some important systems, controls and support functions should have been in place and fully effective sooner, including controls
to help manage risks to repair quality. But Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee said all of the problems raised by Ms Provost “have been identified a long time ago and have been part of a discussion and part of EQC’s desire to get things sorted out”. Mr Brownlee said some of the failing’s identified by the Auditor-General were understandable under the circumstances. - APNZ
Former Hello Sailor frontman Graham Brazier has been sentenced to intensive supervision and community work for assaulting his former and current partners. In September the 60-year-old admitted to twice assaulting his former fiancee. Brazier had previously denied attacking exgirlfriend Toni Aitcheson at his address in Auckland in August 2009, and again in July 2010. However, he pleaded guilty to one charge of assaulting a female and another of common assault. In the Auckland District Court yesterday Judge Grant Fraser sentenced Brazier to 100 hours’ community work and intensive supervision for 18 months. - APNZ
‘Groper’ pleads guilty The Christchurch man dubbed the “Port Hills Groper” pleaded guilty to eight indecent assault charges when he appeared in Christchurch District Court yesterday. Seven other charges against him were either withdrawn or dismissed. The 64-year-old man, who has name suppression, pleaded guilty through his defence counsel Moana Cole, Court News reported. He was accused of assaulting women running alone along the Rapaki and Mount Vernon tracks on the Port Hills south of the city. Judge Jane Farish remanded the man on bail until sentencing on January 15. - APNZ
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Strange lights in the night sky Three people noticed strange sights in Monday night’s skies. Westerfield couple Velma and Russell Langdon went out to listen to the tree frogs in their wetland reserve about 9.45pm. Out to the east they noticed a very bright light. “At first we thought it was a plane, then a star,” Mrs Langdon said. They fetched a set of binoculars to examine the object in more detail. “It was very high, and appeared to have a blue light on the bottom and a red light on top – they weren’t bright lights,” she said. “It was hovering – wavering slightly to the left and right – it was much brighter than the stars, and it didn’t look like a satellite.” The Langdons frequently go outside at night to check on the rare tree frogs, but have never seen anything resembling the mystery object they saw on Monday. Meanwhile, Shane Martin saw a meteor while bringing in the cows for milking about 4am yesterday. He described it as a bright, white ball with a tail travelling from west to east. He watched it until it flashed and disappeared. If anyone else noticed unidentified flying objects this week contact Michelle Nelson by email – firstname.lastname@example.org – or phone 307 7957.
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The Ashburton Vintage Car Club served as chauffeurs yesterday to get Ashburton oldies to the Park Street Day Care annual garden party in style. Photo Gabrielle Stuart 051113-GS-008
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More Aucklanders than ever were bitten, butted and bruised by dogs last year, says ACC, which has reported record levels of claims for dog-inflicted injuries in the Super City and elsewhere. Auckland Council, however, says it is too early to tell whether dog attacks are increasing. Aucklanders made 3730 ACC claims for bites and other dog-related injuries in the year to June, up almost 12 per cent on the year before and up 22 per cent in five years. - APNZ
Housing costs New Zealanders spend more of their income on housing than any other developed country in the OECD apart from heavily indebted Greece, a new report reveals. The report shows the cost of housing as a proportion of income in New Zealand is the second-highest in the OECD, with 26 per cent of the average household’s income going towards housing. - APNZ
Predators uncovered Rob Ross from the Ashburton Vintage Car Club chauffeured Alma Lochhead to the garden party in a “very posh” vintage 1930s Chrysler. Photo Gabrielle Stuart 051113-GS-017
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With all seats filled and boots packed with picnic baskets, the Ashburton Vintage Car Club escorted clients at the Park Street Day Care to their annual garden party in style yesterday.
The pensioners took the opportunity to enjoy the drive out to Lauriston for the annual picnic, taking the long route to get a bit of a tour of the district on the way. Alma Lochhead enjoyed feeling a little “fancy” on the day, as she rode in a vintage
1930s Chrysler. She said the car would have been built when she was about 10 years old, but she had not seen any cars like it until many years later. “This would have been far too posh for my family – we did not even have a car back then.”
New Zealand police say they have yet to receive information regarding four New Zealanders reportedly caught in an international sting offering to pay a 10-year-old girl for an online sex show. Dutch children’s rights organisation Terre des Hommes has identified 1000 adults who were willing to pay children in developing countries to perform sexual acts in front of a webcam. With the help of a computergenerated 10-year-old Filipino girl named Sweetie, the researchers identified adults from more than 65 countries, the group’s website said. The video footage of the child predators was handed over to Interpol yesterday. - APNZ
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Cop-out on Roast Busters defies logic Michelle Nelson CHIEF REPORTER
evelations of a group of boys, calling themselves Roast Busters, who stupefied young girls to have group sex and bragged online, have shocked the country this week. Many people are questioning how this behaviour has gone unchecked for two years; vigilante action has been threatened – and little wonder! It has emerged up to 30 girls, some as young as 13, have been vilified by these low-lifes on a Facebook page set up for that very purpose. It is understood at least one of their victims has attempted suicide. Despite being aware of the content of this page since 2011, and having received an informal complaint, the police response has been lukewarm – they say without a formal complaint they are powerless to act. If this is the case surely the law needs to be changed? Sitting back and allowing it to go on is just not good enough. Murderers and the perpetrators of domestic and common assault can be prosecuted without their victims making formal complaints – why can’t people who ply girls with alcohol to pack-rape them, record their despicable acts and post them online be prosecuted? The evidence is all there in cyberspace, ready to be plucked and used in court. For the police to say they are powerless defies logic. I understood it was the role of the police to prevent crime – either this is criminal behaviour or it isn’t – the public reaction of thousands of people is sending a very clear message that the vast majority of us think it is. Rape is a crime; sex with a minor is a crime. Even Prime Minister John Key has condemned this gang. Facebook has erupted with pages calling for retribution. Anyone stupid enough to take the law into their own hands will certainly find themselves before a judge – let’s put these rapists in the dock before that happens.
YOUR VIEW Roast Busters In the justified outrage over these animals involved in the so-called Roast Busters let’s not overlook the fact that these girls were not just named and shamed; they were drugged, abused and raped as well. Where has the decency gone in society where young males – I refuse to dignify them with the term men – think that it is admirable to even act in this way to begin with. People like to decry conservatives for their abhorrence of sex education in schools, but when we look at the way society has gone since these social experiments were introduced, normalising sexual behaviour in children, it is the brainless ideologues that have stolen the
innocence of our kids that need to step up and take responsibility for their part in this. They can add that to the wonderful job micro-chipping has done in reducing vicious dog attacks. Good job all around. Peter Tashkoff
Magpie attacks I find the council’s “they are monitoring it” response to magpies attacking people unbelievable! Different if they were the person being attacked. Text message *
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posties into leaving their jobs so there’s no need for redundancy payouts. Bruce Text message *
Yet another day that the posties get hammered by magpies. Come on Ashburton District Council. This has been going on for months and these magpies are not just nesting, they are stalking and relentlessly attacking these poor girls every day. The solution seems simple. Surely the council can find someone to dispose of these magpies? Text message
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A weekend full of highlights
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shburton is a vibrant, busy district and I had the privilege to attend a number of events this weekend that highlight the positive and diverse activities happening on a regular basis around the district. On Friday night Mary and I attended the Mid Canterbury Rugby Awards evening. After the exciting semi-final and final games in the previous two weeks, the awards evening wound up the season on a real high. While congratulations go to the Hammers for winning the Meads Cup, in behind them are all the supporters, volunteers, family members and officials who contribute so much to make the whole season happen. This is true of all our sports across the district. As pointed out on the night, there has been an increase of 400 under 20-year-olds involved in rugby in Mid Canterbury this year, despite national junior numbers declining. Involvement of our young people in activities of this kind can only be good for the district, keeping them active and busy in a positive way. Congratulations need to go to the current board of the Mid Canterbury Rugby Union for their drive and astute decision making. On Saturday I was one of many at the annual Ashburton A&P Show. This is another event that involves hours of volunteer work to make it all happen. It was a showcase of the agricultural diversity that makes this district an economic powerhouse in New Zealand. I saw a father and son who
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CONTACTS News tips Call 03 307-7957 email@example.com The Ashburton Agricultural and Pastoral Show was just one of a great array of events on at the weekend.
Congratulations to the current board of the Mid Canterbury Rugby Union for their drive and astute decision making
had brought their soil preparation machinery all the way from the UK, a dog trial test match between New Zealand and Australia and watched the baby competition where the winner was an “Angus” (not me, but maybe a future mayor). With the weather at its best on Saturday it was a great day for all to enjoy. In my role as mayor, one of my many pleasant duties is to chair the Ashburton Civic Music Council which produces two music events each year for our community. On Sunday, Mary and I at-
tended Bands in the Park in the Ashburton Domain. This year featured the Salvation Army Band, Ashburton Silver Band, Electronic Organ and Keyboard Club and the Ashburton MSA Orchestra. This is a free, outdoor event in the beautiful setting of our domain and once again made possible because the musicians give of their time and share their skills. A bucket is taken round for a donation towards the expenses of the bands. You may not have heard of this event before, but look out for it next year
because it is a pleasant way to spend a Sunday afternoon. To complete the weekend, I attended the launch of Carolyn King’s Por Pors Cookbook (translated, in general terms, as “grandma’s cookbook”) at the Ashburton Public Library. Many of you may know Carolyn from her 38 years working at the Ashburton Hospital as a dietician. Earlier in the week, we had a citizenship ceremony for 24 new citizens of New Zealand and in this ceremony people were encouraged not to lose their cultural identity. In writing her book, Carolyn has not only handed down traditional Chinese recipes but also provided an insight into her Chinese culture and her proud family history. This has been a very positive weekend and just shows what this district and its people do every day of the week, every week of the year.
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Soldiers convicted for mutiny A Bangladeshi court has convicted several hundred soldiers at the start of a mass verdict and sentencing over a 2009 military mutiny in which scores of officers were massacred. The first 200 soldiers were found guilty yesterday and sentenced to jail terms of up to 14 years for their role in the mutiny in which 74 people were hacked to death, tortured and burnt alive before their bodies were dumped in sewers and shallow graves. “The atrocities were so heinous that even the dead bodies were not given their rights,” Judge Mohammad Akhtaruz-
zaman told the packed court in the capital Dhaka as he started to read out the verdicts. Some 823 shackled soldiers were earlier crammed into the specially built courtroom, sitting silently on long rows of benches before sessions judge Akhtaruzzaman to hear the long-awaited verdict. Families of 10 of the officers slain in the mutiny were also in court. Prosecutors have sought the death penalty for many of the 823 soldiers who are charged with murder, torture, conspiracy and other offences over the 30-hour uprising that started at the Bangladeshi Rifles (BDR)
headquarters in Dhaka. An official probe into the mutiny blamed years of pent-up anger over ignored pleas for pay rises and improved treatment of the ordinary troops, who resented their better-paid superiors. Lead prosector Baharul Islam said the case was the largest of its type in the world with hundreds of witnesses taking part in the trial that started in January 2011 and finished in October this year. “So far as we know it’s the largest case in the world’s history. There were 654 prosecution witnesses,” Islam said
ahead of the verdict. During the uprising, the mutineers stole an estimated 2500 weapons and broke into an annual meeting of top BDR officers before shooting them at point blank range. The BDR’s head, Major General Shakil Ahmed, was among those killed. They also stormed Ahmed’s house on the base and killed his wife, domestic staff and guests. Nearly 6000 soldiers have already been convicted by dozens of special courts over the mutiny that spread to other BDR bases around the country and left 74 people including 57 top army officers dead. - AFP
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Ohio kidnap survivor: I was tied, strung like fish One of three women held in a Cleveland man’s home for about a decade says an orange extension cord was used to tie her neck, hands and feet and hang her “like a fish,” according to pre-released clips from a taped interview that will air this week on the Dr Phil TV talk show. “I was tied up like a fish, an ornament on the wall,” Michelle Knight said in a clip released to media. “That’s the only way I can describe it.” “I was hanging like this,” she said, using her finger to draw a swooping U-shape curve in the air. In another interview clip posted on the show’s YouTube channel, Knight said she was told she’d be punished after she tried to pick a lock and escape. She also said her mouth was taped at one point so she wouldn’t yell. The show has said Knight discusses physical, mental and
Michelle Knight sits in the courtroom during the sentencing phase for Ariel Castro in Cleveland. ap photo
sexual abuse and torture she endured during captivity, including spending weeks in chains, with the celebrity psychologist host, Phil McGraw.
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Knight was kidnapped in August 2002, when she was 20. Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus escaped from Ariel Castro’s house on May 6
when Berry pushed out a door and called for help. Knight has been the most public of the kidnap victims since then, including a visit to Castro’s neighbourhood before his home was demolished. Berry and DeJesus plan to collaborate with a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Washington Post reporters for a book about their ordeal. Castro, 53, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison. Knight was the only victim to appear at Castro’s sentencing. She told him, “You took 11 years of my life away, but I’ve got my life back! I spent 11 years in hell. Now your hell is just beginning.” A month into his sentence, Castro was found dead in his cell. His hanging death was ruled a suicide, but a prison report indicated he may have died accidentally while choking himself for a sexual thrill. - AP
Bus murder suspect arrested Three people were killed when a man armed with a knife hijacked a bus in western Norway, according to police, who have arrested a suspect they say comes from South Sudan. Police commissioner Ronny Iden told reporters the suspect, a 31-year-old man, lived in Aardal, a small town near the scene of the attack. The victims were two men in their 50s - the bus driver and a Swedish passenger and a 19-year-old woman, police said, adding that they were the only ones on the bus besides the suspect. The suspect also suffered knife wounds and was currently hospitalised in Bergen, Norway’s second largest city, he added. The motives for the attack were not im-
mediately clear. The alleged attacker was overpowered by firefighters who rushed to the scene of what they initially believed was a traffic accident, police said. The long-distance bus was on the route between the mountainous Valdres region, a popular area for skiing, and the Norwegian capital Oslo. The nearest police station was about 89km from the deadly attack and first officers arrived at the scene about an hour after the alert was given. Nothing suggests that the alleged perpetrator and the victims knew each other, police said, adding that police criminal investigators were coming from Oslo to help with the inquiry. - AFP
Axe v thief Police say a Southern California woman can throw a mean axe — and she used one to chase a burglar from her house. Hemet police say the woman called the emergency police dispatcher on Saturday morning and said she’d been awakened by a man trying to remove her watch from her wrist. The woman told police she’s a tomahawk-throwing champion, and she quickly grabbed a throwing axe and chased the man out of the apartment. Police searched the area and found a man hiding behind some nearby bushes, along with property belonging to the woman. Twentytwo-year-old Nicholas Ulloa was arrested on suspicion of burglary. - AP
Blast severs hand Two men have been charged with making a homemade explosive that detonated and severed a man’s hand. The 28-year-old is in a serious but stable condition after the explosion near Cowra in central-western NSW on Monday, police say. His left hand was severed in the blast. Police say a second device was found at Jindalee Circuit in Cowra, and was secured by bomb squad officers. Two men, aged 29 and 32, have been charged with making the explosive. They were granted bail to appear before Cowra Local Court today. - AAP
Drug charges Schapelle Corby’s half-brother will plead guilty to cocaine possession charges, his lawyer says. James Soeli Kisina appeared via video link in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court, south of Brisbane, yesterday. His lawyer Tamara Lawton asked for an adjournment until next Tuesday, saying her client would plead guilty. The 26-year-old was charged with possession of a dangerous drug and obstructing police after being arrested at Waterford, near the southern Brisbane suburb of Logan, on October 26. Kisina was remanded in custody. He was with Corby when she was caught attempting to smuggle more than 4kg of marijuana into Bali in a bodyboard bag on October 8, 2004. - AAP
Murder charge A man has been charged with murdering his partner as her children slept in a Melbourne home. The 31-year-old woman was found stabbed to death at a house in Noble Park. Bona Lual, 36, dialled triple-zero before handing himself into police early yesterday. Police say Lual and the woman were at a party at a Dandenong North hall on Monday night. Detective Senior Sergeant Steve McIntyre said the woman’s four children, aged between two and 12, were in the house at the time of the incident. “The children have been taken back to the Dandenong police station, we’ve got the Department of Human Services and some family involved,” he said. They haven’t indicated that they’ve seen anything.” Lual, of Doveton, was charged with murder and faced an out-of-sessions hearing yesterday. He was remanded in custody to face the Melbourne Magistrates Court today. - AAP
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Auckland house prices have hit an all-time high Auckland house prices have hit an all-time high, Barfoot & Thompson data shows, despite Reserve Bank lending restrictions. Its average sale price last
month was $663,123, up from September’s $657,912. Auckland’s biggest agency said October’s residential housing market sales figures showed
no signs of being restrained by the curbs placed by the Reserve Bank on mortgage lending. “In October the average sales price compared to September
increased by more than $5000 or 0.8 per cent to $663,123 and the number of sales rose by 8.9 per cent to 1203,” said Peter Thompson, managing director
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cash every year to invest and we simply will not be able to borrow the sums of money we need to make up to a $3 billion investment in UFB,” he said. “We are intensely disappointed with today’s decision. We are proud of our role as a cornerstone partner in delivering the Government’s vision to build a fibre future for New Zealand ... but unless the Government intervenes, it is likely that the benefits for New Zealand will be significantly compromised,” Ratcliffe said. Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams, who is spearheading the proposed intervention, issued a short statement yesteday, saying the Government will now “consider its options” before making any further decision. But opponents to intervention, who said the Government’s proposed copper prices would be a “tax” on consumers, have called on it to step down. CallPlus and Slingshot boss Mark Callander said as far as his companies were concerned the commission had “done its job”. “The Government should not intervene any further. Kiwis will benefit from these savings, Slingshot has already made a commitment that it will pass savings to consumers.” - APNZ
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Infrastructure company Chorus says an internet price cut from the Commerce Commission yesterday means it won’t be able to borrow what it needs to invest $3 billion in building the ultrafast broadband network - unless the Government intervenes. Chorus said that as a consequence of the Commission’s decision it would need to discuss with the Crown on whether the company is still a “credible UFB partner” in the way intended in 2011 and also it might deliver the balance of the [UFB] programme despite the very material funding gap”. Chorus is building the majority of the Government’s ultrafast broadband network, which will deliver much quicker internet to 75 per cent of New Zealand by 2020. The company, which split from Telecom in 2011, still makes the majority of its revenue from the old copper-line network which it charges internet retailers like Vodafone and Orcon to access. The commission regulates these wholesale broadband prices and yesterday released its final decision on what Chorus’ can charge. The monthly wholesale price per line the commission decided
was $34.44, a cut of 23 per cent. This is slightly shallower than the $32.45 per month price the regulator announced in a draft decision last December, which was a cut of almost 28 per cent on the $44.98 Chorus charges now. The final price is, however, well outside the Government’s proposed range for copper broadband prices of $37.50 to $42.50. Yesterday’s decision follows months of controversy after Chorus expressed distress at the Commission’s draft ruling and the Government signalled it would intervene in the regulatory process. Chorus has renewed calls for the Government to intervene and said the Commission’s decision would hit its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (ebitda) by $142 million each year. The company said the decision would see a $1 billion funding shortfall the company by 2020, when the ultra-fast broadband network is completed. “Without the proposed Government intervention, the loss of these revenues would have two very negative consequences for Chorus’ funding ability,” Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe said. “We would have much less
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Experiencing tastes of Asia
sian style cooking is now very much a part of home dining in many Kiwi homes. We’re now spoiled for choice in New Zealand when it comes to trying food from other cuisines and as we become familiar with different tastes and cooking styles, most home cooks are keen to try their hand at some of these dishes themselves. Recipe books abound to provide a step-by-step introduction to cooking in a different style and in many cases, recipes have been adapted to Kiwi palates and sometimes use Kiwi substitutes for hard-to-find ingredients. That might remove some of the authenticity, but not the taste.
Thai peanut noodle stir fry 1 pkt uncooked spaghetti 1T cornflour 1C vegetable stock 1/3 C crunchy peanut butter 3T soy sauce 3T honey 3T brown sugar 1t sesame oil 1t ground ginger 1/4 t ground red pepper 2T sherry 2T vegetable oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 onion, chopped 1C broccoli florets 1C carrots, sliced 1/2 C red pepper chopped 1/2 C sugar snap peas ■ Fill a large pot with lightly salted water and bring to a rolling boil
over high heat. ■ Stir in the spaghetti, and return to a boil. ■ Cook the pasta uncovered, stirring occasionally, until the pasta has cooked through, ■ Drain well in a colander set in the sink. ■ Whisk the cornflour into stock until dissolved. ■ Whisk in the peanut butter, soy sauce, honey, brown sugar, sesame oil, ground ginger, and red pepper. ■ Bring to a boil over mediumhigh hea ■ Reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until thickened, about 5 minutes. ■ Stir in the sherry and keep warm. ■ Heat the vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium heat. ■ Stir in the garlic and onion; cook and stir until the onion has softened and turned translucent ■ Stir in the broccoli, carrots, pepper, and sugar snap peas. ■ Reduce heat, cover, and steam until the vegetables are tender, about 5 minutes. ■ Toss the vegetables with the peanut sauce and pasta to serve.
Spicy chicken curry lge can coconut milk 2T green curry paste 2/3 C chicken stock 1 green pepper in strips 1C finely sliced fresh vegetables 1C sliced fresh mushrooms 3 boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1 inch pieces 3T fish sauce 1/4 C chopped fresh basil ■ Over medium heat, whisk coconut milk and curry paste together in a large saucepan. ■ Simmer for 5 minutes.
Thai peanut noodle stir fry ■ Stir in stock, vegetables, pepper, mushrooms, and chicken. ■ Season with fish sauce and basil. ■ Simmer for 10 more minutes, or until chicken is cooked, yet still tender.
Thai pork satay 1/4 C crunchy peanut butter 1/4 C finely chopped green onions 2T soy sauce 2T lemon juice 1 1/2 T brown sugar 2t minced garlic 1t ground coriander 1/8 t ground cayenne pepper 500g pork tenderloin, cubed 1 green pepper, cut into 2 inch pieces 1 red pepper cut into 2 inch pieces 1 small sweet onion, chopped skewers soaked in cold water ■ In a medium bowl, mix peanut butter, green onions, soy sauce, lemon juice, brown sugar, garlic, coriander, and cayenne pepper; add pork, and stir to coat. ■ Cover, and marinate in the refrigerator at least 30 minutes. ■ Preheat grill for high heat.
■ Thread marinated pork, peppers and onion alternately onto skewers. ■ Transfer remaining marinade to a small saucepan, bring to a boil, and cook for several minutes. ■ Lightly oil pan. ■ Cook skewers for 10 minutes, or to desired doneness. ■ Turn skewers while grilling to cook evenly, and brush with boiled marinade during last few minutes.
Thai noodles with rice and broccoli 250g package wide rice noodles 1C bite size broccoli pieces 1T vegetable oil 1t crushed garlic 250g rib-eye steak, sliced thin 1/2 C water 1T cornflour 3T oyster sauce 3T soya sauce 1 T fish sauce 1T white sugar 1 pinch salt and ground black pepper to taste 1 egg ■ Place the dry rice noodles in a bowl
■ Cover with hot water, and let soak until white and soft but not mushy, about 10 minutes. ■ Drain and set aside. ■ Cook the broccoli in the boiling water until cooked and still firm, 5 to 7 minutes. ■ Drain and set aside. ■ Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat; cook the garlic in the hot oil until fragrant, 3 to 5 minutes. Stir in the sliced steak; cover the skillet and cook until the meat is cooked ■ Whisk the water and cornflour together in a bowl ■ Pour into the pan along with the oyster sauce, soy sauce, fish sauce, and sugar. ■ Add the rice noodles and broccoli and stir to mix evenly. ■ Season with salt and pepper. ■ Allow the mixture to simmer while you prepare the egg. ■ Spray small pan with oil and heat over medium to low heat. ■ Cook the egg in the prepared skillet until cooked through and the yolk is solid. Slice into strips ■ Add the cooked egg to the other skillet and stir to incorporate. Serve hot.
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In brief Frosty a warm-up The multisport season opened at the weekend with the 2013 Frostbuster. The multisport race, an 8.5km run through Awa Awa Rata reserve followed by a 32km cycle to the RDR for a 9km paddle in the kayak, was won by Adam Milne in 2 hours 15.05 minutes. The duathlon race cut out the kayak leg but added in a bonus 2km run instead and was taken out by Sam Bell in 1hr 33.26mins, and for a second year there was an 8.5km run. The Frostbuster event is run by the Methven based Multisport Events and their next race is the big one, the Big Day at the Office on November 30, where Coast to Coast hopefuls get a chance to see where they are at two months out from the biggest race of them all, and novices can sink their teeth into a longer multisport event.
Cook under pressure England skipper Alastair Cook says it’s his batting and not his captaincy which should be most under pressure this Ashes series. Cook admitted the latest wave of scathing criticism from Shane Warne had raised his “blood pressure”, but ultimately he was comfortable with a record of just one loss from 16 matches since being appointed skipper. He was also unconcerned at being labelled unimaginative as a captain by Warne as he prepared to return from a back complaint and lead England against Australia A in Hobart from today. “I keep saying it, it’s all about results,” he said. - AAP
Celtic chases last 16 Emilio Izaguirre says Celtic will go all out for victory against Ajax in Amsterdam tonight to boost their chances of reaching the last 16 of the Champions League. The Hoops picked up their first points of Group H a fortnight ago when they defeated the Dutch champions 2-1 in Glasgow. Now the Scottish champions face Frank de Boer’s side in the Amsterdam ArenA knowing a win would put them in a great position to challenge AC Milan and Barcelona for a place in the last 16 of Europe’s elite competition. “It was a big win for us against Ajax as we have a very hard group with three big teams,” Izaguirre said. - AFP
Croquet Croquet South Canterbury Tournament November 2-3 Golf Croquet Championship Doubles: 1 J Macnab & E Mitchell (Awamoa Gardens) 2 E Johnston & T Steiner (Awamoa Gardens) Golf Croquet Handicap Doubles 1 E Johnston & T Steiner (Awamoa Gardens) 2 J Macnab & C Hopley (Awamoa Gardens)
Golf Tinwald Ladies Golf Club November 5 - Mildred Doak Cup (2 clubs and putter) Marion Oakley 66, Madeleine Smith 70, Mara Kennedy 72. Stroke Carol Shanks 64 nett. Nearest Pins: No 6 Stables Family Restaurant Di Bell; No 2 Dairy Business Centre Di Bell; No 12 Hair by Mac & Maggie Shona Vucetich; No 16 Outdoor Adventure Marion Oakley. 9 Hole Competition: (3 clubs and putter) Valda Johnston Nett 34.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
College teams among the medals BY JONATHAN LEASK
The Ashburton College rowing squad opened their competitive season at the Aoraki 1000 regatta at Lake Ruataniwha at the weekend. The college crews competed well, making plenty of A finals in their first official race meeting of the season, and even picked up some wins. The men’s open coxed four of Mark Tait, Matthew Rae, Adam Hodge, Lachie Davidson and cox Jeffery Cooke were first in their A final, the men’s under
16s coxed four of Benji Barry, Rae, Matthew Beveridge, Davidson and cox Matthew Parker also had a win while another four the women’s novice four of Jordyn Kell, Grace Wilson, Veronica Wall, Danan LoganLeach and Cooke won their A final. Georgia Lysaght also won the women’s under 16 single. There were second place finishes in A finals for Adam Hodge in the men’s single, the women’s half-novice four of Fran Connelly-Whyte, Olivia Fleming, Grace Wilson, Jemma
Rotch and Parker, Rae and Beveridge in the men’s open pair. Seven crews also managed third place finishes in A finals. Other Ashburton rowers were also competing with Charlotte Cox winning the masters women’s single scull A final and she combined with her daughter Veronica to win the women’s half-novice double. The college crew’s next outing is at home on Lake Hood this Sunday with a Canterbury pennants regatta before the annual Ashburton Rowing Regatta on November 1.
Promising youngster makes All Whites Attacking trio Shane Smeltz, Chris Wood and Marco Rojas have returned to the All Whites squad to face Mexico in the FIFA World Cup intercontinental playoff later this month, while Storm Roux is the surprise inclusion in the 23-man squad. All three players missed the October friendly with Trinidad and Tobago due to injury but are a good chance to start the away leg in Mexico City next Wednesday.
Roux, playing in the fullback position, has risen quickly through the ranks after representing New Zealand at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey earlier this year with the 20-year-old having started all four matches of the new ALeague season for the Central Coast Mariners after making the switch from Perth Glory. All Whites coach Ricki Herbert said Roux’s inclusion is reward for a player who has quickly found his feet at the top level.
Kirwan captures Cavill Memorial
“Storm is playing in the ALeague for a side that has done exceptionally well in the competition,” Herbert said. “He’s come into the team who are the competition champions and secured a starting spot. “I’ve watched him play a number of times and Graham Arnold [Central Coast Mariners coach] speaks highly of him.” Herbert says Roux’s individual strengths will serve the All Whites well in several areas. “He’s athletically a player
who can get forward and he will put pressure on the likes of Tony Lochhead and Leo Bertos because he’s able to play down both sides. I’ve also been impressed with his one-on-one defending as well.” Herbert says Smeltz, Wood and Rojas are all key members of the squad. “It’s great to be able to include those players who have long been an integral part of what we’ve done,” Herbert said. - HOL
After a quiet start to the season, Richard Kirwan hit his straps taking out the Tinwald Cycling’s Club’s 40km handicap in Chertsey on Sunday. More than 60 riders took to the roads of Chertsey and it was a frantic finish as the first nine riders finished within two seconds of each other, but it was Kirwan who hit the line first to lift the Brian Cavill Memorial Trophy. Martin Hyde was caught in the shadow of the line by Kirwan to take second place. Christchurch visitor Connor Stead set the fastest time from fellow scratch markers Tony Ward and Michael Templeton, riding the distance in 57.11 minutes. A solid field of juniors and division 2 riders took on a 14km handicap race. Ben Sutton stormed through the field with his co-marker to take the win and set the fastest time, but his co-marker Isabella Smith didn’t go down without a fight, getting pipped on the line to take second. Renee Gage charged into first in division 2 and Barry Linwood rode a solid race to take second. Next week the club travels to Methven to contest a 45km handicap event.
Tinwald Cycling Club riders (left to right) Bill Hood, Tony Tarbotton, Allan Johns and Mark Kennedy charge around the Chertsey Block on Sunday. PHOTO TETSURO MITOMO 031113-TM-147
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Rugby briefs Argentina Argentina captain Juan Manuel Leguizamon insists the Pumas will enter Saturday’s test match against England with a united squad. Leguizamon denies there is a rift in the camp that resulted in the resignation of coach Santiago Phelan, who objected to information being leaked to the media. Daniel Hourcade has been appointed as his successor. Argentina finished bottom of the Rugby Championship and have lost star players Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe and Juan Martin Hernandez to the treatment room, but Leguizamon has promised they will be ready for their Twickenham appointment.
Australia The battling Wallabies forwards must put their European rugby tour back on track against Italy without their most abrasive ruck warrior, Scott Fardy. Fardy has been ruled out this weekend after he suffered a heavy head knock in the 20-13 loss to England. The aggressive blind-side flanker may have been cleared to play but coach Ewen McKenzie has been quick to rest him and get on with preparations. It’s a genuine blow for the Wallabies as Fardy has been one of their most consistent and dynamic forwards since starting against the All Blacks in late August, and Italy play a highly-physical game.
Hammers to Heartland Mid Canterbury’s Heartland trio Will Mackenzie, Jon Dampney and Dwayne Burrows after the Heartland XV’s 60-34 win over the New Zealand Defence Force in Methven yesterday. Photo Jonathan Leask 051113-JL-090
By Jonathan Leask
Mid Canterbury’s Heartland trio had plenty to smile about after helping the New Zealand Heartland XV to a 60-34 win over the New Zealand Defence Force in Methven yesterday. Dwayne Burrows, Jon Dampney, and Will Mackenzie all started for the Heartland XV, featuring heavily in the eighttries to five win. Burrows and Mackenzie made their debut, after sharing their blazer game in the Meads Cup
final win a fortnight ago, but it was Dampney’s fifth year in the Heartland XV and the rangy loose forward was prominent on attack in the early stages. The Mid Canterbury captain made a strong run through the mid-field before putting East Coast winger Whaimoto-CraftChemis in for the first of his two tries in the 14th minute. After a run up the side-line from Burrows, Mackenzie hit a charging Dampney one-off the ruck and he ran the 50m to the try-line, beating two despairing
cover defenders in the process. Burrows also proved a handful every time he got his hands on the ball, and delivered one when the match was in the balance. At 34-all following a fourtry comeback from the Defence Force he made a big bust through several tackle attempts and put replacement Wanganui flanker Lasa Ulukuta away for the go-ahead try. Five minutes later following another try from the Heartland XV, Burrows went over for a try of his own.
Mackenzie was running the show behind a forward pack that was constantly tested at the breakdown by a physical Defence Force side, and the fact both teams were in black didn’t help at ruck time or from broken play. All three will available for selection for the side’s second and final match against the New Zealand Marist XV in Timaru on Saturday where they will come up against their bighitting Mid Canterbury teammate Tukulua Tolu.
Pressure on Carter to perform By GreGor PauL Dan Carter is the likely starting No10 for the All Blacks this Saturday, but it’s his need for game time that is keeping him in front of Aaron Cruden for now. With 55 minutes under his belt in Japan, Carter is ready to go up a level against France and he’ll need to.
The selectors may view the England test as the one where all secondary objectives are put on hold. It won’t matter who needs game time, development is not relevant: it will be a blood and snotters game, a chance for revenge and the only thing that will matter is winning. On that basis, Carter will have to do enough in Paris to
convince he’s still the number one choice. He’ll need to be more commanding than he was in Tokyo - more threatening with the ball and prepared to attack the line. Everyone knows he can do it. Everyone knows he’s a talent like no other but in this injuryravaged season, he’ll need to provide a reminder of all that.
It’s been a long time since the nation was treated to vintage Carter. What was unthinkable even 12 months ago may now be a reality, that the days of Carter being the automatic selection at first-five are possibly over. Not for ever, but certainly on this tour he is going to need to deliver compelling rugby to keep in front of Cruden. - HOS
Scotland suffered the ignominy of defeat to minnows Tonga 12 months ago – and are determined to ensure there is no repeat against Japan. The Dark Blues open their Autumn Test series with Saturday’s Murrayfield clash against the Brave Blossoms before also hosting South Africa and Australia. They head into the opener in much better shape than they did for the meeting with Tonga last November. Having lost to both New Zealand and the Springboks, former boss Andy Robinson was forced to resign after the match with the South Sea Islanders, when the Scots went down to a shock 21-15 defeat. Since then, the side have been buoyed by a third-place finish at last year’s 6 Nations and decent displays during their tour to South Africa.
Wales Wales are braced for a “glad-iatorial” test match when they open their autumn international series against South Africa. Saturday will be the countries’ first meeting since a gripping 2011 World Cup pool game in Wellington that South Africa edged 17-16. Wales subsequently went on to reach the World Cup semi-finals and land successive 6 Nations titles, but they have only beaten the Springboks once in 26 meetings stretching back 107 years. Coach Warren Gatland was set to name his team today.
Ireland Keith Earls has been ruled out of Ireland’s opening international against Samoa in Dublin with a knee injury. The versatile back has patella tendonitis, but Lions quintet Brian O’Driscoll, Paul O’Connell, Sean O’Brien, Cian Healy and Rory Best are all expected to be available on Saturday for new coach Joe Schmidt’s first match in charge of the national side. Schmidt, a New Zealander, has so far refused to say who will captain the side with O’Driscoll, O’Connell, and probably Jamie Heaslip in the mix.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
M3 Waikato gallops
No secrets about Paeroa form Dependable five-year-old Secret Whisper looks well-placed at Paeroa today to post an elusive victory. The gelding can’t be faulted on the score of effort and has only missed a cheque once from his last eight appearances. Few could begrudge him the thickest end of the stake this time in the Kevin Gould Electrical 1670. Secret Whisper, which has form on a variety of track conditions, finished third to the capable Breaking Dawn two runs back and last time out he filled a similar placing behind another progressive type in Atacama. Stable apprentice Michael Dee was aboard on both occasions and he takes the mount again at Paeroa. His two kilo claim could be
crucial as it gives Secret Whisper a two and a-half kilo pull in the weights on Elusive Gold. To be ridden by Opie Bosson, Elusive Gold finished strongly for third behind Sultry Assassin, which will chase black type at Riccarton at her next appearance, over 1400 metres at Te Awamutu. He should appreciate the extra trip today and with Our Kingpin, an eye-catching fourth when resuming at Tauranga, he gives trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman a strong hand. Our Kingpin was run down late in the piece and Chevremont’s effort for sixth in the same event was also sound. She found the line well from the back and is another likely to improve with the outing. - APNZ
Today at Paeroa Raceway
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13 Haypin (9) 56.5................................ C Grylls 14 7 Strike For Kash (8) 55 ...................M McNab 4 2.40pm ARGONAUT RACING & BREEDING F&M MAIDEN 1350 $12,000, MDN F&M, 1350m 1 22x Leslie’s Legacy b (2) 57.5 ............... M Wenn 2 7x932 Blossom Queen (8) 57.5 3 x0x25 Chocolat (10) 57.5 .....................M Sweeney 4 0682 Ice Cool (12) 57.5 ...........................S Collett 5 0x2 Tegwin 57.5 .................................. Scratched 6 3 Bliss Street (3) 57.5 .................... C Dell (a1) 7 76x36 Our Molly Malone (4) 57.5 ........ M D Plessis 8 7x Back On Song (7) 57.5 ....... R Hutchings (a) 9 0x Gold Vault (13) 57.5 10 60x Our Serafina (1) 57.5 .............. R Smyth (a3) 11 4x23 Makarska (5) 56 .........................M Coleman 12 5763 En’joyour Lindauer 56 .................. Scratched 13 5 Chop Chop b (9) 56 ..........................L Innes 14 576 News Of The World (6) 56....... P Turner (a1) 15 Capinsky 56 ................................. Scratched 16 9 Stage Door (11) 56 .................. A Taylor (a2) 5 3.15pm COOMBE & ASSOCIATES RATING 65 1350 $7000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1350m 1 21023 Blue Streak (15) 59 ............. R Hutchings (a) 2 4410 Eezemoova m (1) 57.5 ...............M Sweeney 3 51574 Twist Of Fate m (9) 57.5 .................. C Grylls 4 9130x Thats How We Roll b (6) 57 .......M Coleman 5 6x294 Kool Gal (3) 56.5 ........................M Cameron 6 02439 Schrodingers Cat m (10) 56.5 .......O Bosson 7 4930x Borntobeking (14) 56 ................J Oliver (a3) 8 3382x Emerald Dancer (7) 55.5............. C Dell (a1) 9 2855x Makers Mark (5) 55.5 ................. M Dee (a2) 10 190x9 Mistarox m (8) 55.5 ..................... D Johnson 11 x4216 Crystalight m (13) 54................. M D Plessis 12 72786 Big Bang Baby m (12) 54 ..........T Wenn (a4) 13 0x065 Gardez La Foi (11) 54 ............. P Turner (a1) 14 7979x Cops ‘N’ Coyote (4) 54 ......... M Cheung (a3) 15 06790 Marain (2) 54...................................S Collett 6 3.50pm HARCOURTS - VALLEY REALTY LTD RATING 75 1350 $8000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1350m 1 3531x Revelator (2) 59 ......................... M Dee (a2) 2 800x8 Tango Terrific (8) 57.5 ................. C Dell (a1) 3 x519x Ready Steady m (5) 56.5 ............ D Johnson 4 6310x Hexie Hao (12) 56.5 .................. M D Plessis
5 3433x Endorsement t (10) 56 ........ R Hutchings (a) 6 83147 Gold Hunter tm (7) 56 .....................S Collett 7 44315 Marmi td (3) 55.5...........................M McNab 8 4371x Antonine m (11) 55 ..................K Leung (a2) 9 0188x Abidewithme (9) 54.5 .................M Cameron 10 27871 Belorussiya t (4) 54.5 ............... A Forbes (a) 11 40x00 Billie Jean King (1) 54.5 .............M Sweeney 12 1609x Her To Eternity (6) 54 ...................... C Grylls 7 4.25pm KEVIN GOULD ELECTRICAL RATING 75 1670 $8000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1670m 1 45750 Kidnapped m (9) 59 ........................ K Myers 2 4x953 Elusive Gold m (5) 58.5.................O Bosson 3 20433 Secret Whisper m (2) 58 ............ M Dee (a2) 4 47928 Russianov (8) 57 ............................. M Wenn 5 91010 Galaxy Road m (1) 55.5 .............M Coleman 6 130x4 Our Kingpin (4) 55.5...................M Cameron 7 18504 Alfonze m (3) 55.5 ....................K Leung (a2) 8 5x608 Payday (7) 55.5 ......................... M D Plessis 9 512x6 Chevremont (6) 54 ..........................S Collett 8 5.00pm RICHARD FISHER TRANSPORT MAIDEN 1670 $7000, MDN, 1670m 1 65030 Wayward Wonder (13) 58.5.........L Callaway 2 97370 Longview (9) 58.5 .....................T Wenn (a4) 3 90 Brouha (10) 58.5 ...........................M McNab 4 8x488 Bonappetit (5) 57 ....................... M Dee (a2) 5 40x Singing Dune (14) 57 ....................O Bosson 6 Crimson Prince (6) 57 ......... R Hutchings (a) 7 95 Hawkish (3) 57 ...........................M Coleman 8 Krisneytoo 57 ............................... Scratched 9 35550 Strictly Limited (1) 56.5 ........... P Turner (a1) 10 04858 Hannah Mary (4) 56.5 .....................S Collett 11 8957 Maybe Later (11) 56.5 ..................... K Myers 12 67697 I Dream Of Jeannie (8) 56.5 ....K Leung (a2) 13 99x70 Miss Directional (12) 56.5 ........ A Forbes (a) 14 7 Chart Topper (2) 55 ....................M Cameron 15 x0x09 Dandee Boy (7) 58.5 ....................... R Jones 16 06600 Sir Al Syd 58.5 ............................. Scratched Emergencies: Dandee Boy, Sir Al Syd Blinkers on : Stage Door (R4), Mistarox (R5), Brouha, Bonappetit, Miss Directional (R8) Blinkers off : Peria Princess, Lotti O’Reilly (R2), Chop Chop (R4), Makers Mark (R5), Hawkish (R8) Winkers on : Diamond Refusal (R2) Winkers off : Mistarox (R5)
5 24781 Nippa Mary 17.09......................J McInerney 1 11373 Nitro Luis nwtd F &.........................Turnwald 6 53152 Cool Bear 17.24 .............................. M Grant 2 83151 Sahara Rama 17.14 .................. R H Adcock 7 32112 Arkaden 17.44........................... R H Adcock 3 17233 Zebidiah 17.02 ..........................A Bradshaw 8 17452 Know Escape 17.02 ...................... G Cleeve 4 54741 Homebush Sarge 17.35 ............J McInerney 9 26663 Know Lies 17.37 ........................... G Cleeve 5 72572 Attack Wide 17.23 ......................... G Cleeve 10 25473 Cawbourne Chief 17.39 .................. M Grant 6 26661 Cawbourne Queen 17.17 .............C Roberts 6 7.45pm (NZT) SUPER PETS GALAXY SEMI FINAL 7 62523 Know Wisdom 17.36 ..................... G Cleeve 8 21212 Follow Fame 17.14 ............................M Flipp 2 C5q, 295m 1 77871 Know Rival 17.22 .......................... G Cleeve 9 26663 Know Lies 17.37 ........................... G Cleeve 2 12213 Need To Chill nwtd F &...................Turnwald 10 25473 Cawbourne Chief 17.39 .................. M Grant 3 51122 Go Housie 17.03 ........................... G Cleeve 9 8.40pm GARDEN CITY CHEM-DRY STKS C3, 520m 4 36561 Swip And Tear 17.30 H & ....................Taylor 1 24144 Know Peril 30.62 ........................... G Cleeve 5 11172 Cawbourne Jelly 17.27 W & .............. Nissen 2 24568 Banbit 30.57 B & .............................. T Shaw 6 21773 Pick The Tip 17.11 .......................... D Voyce 3 58685 Fear Go 30.48 ............................... G Cleeve 7 17241 Sozin’s Comet 17.37 .................J McInerney 4 46232 Business Plan 30.50 .................R Blackburn 8 24252 Know Advantage 17.04 ................. G Cleeve 5 64243 Botany Kevin 30.95 ...................J McInerney 9 26663 Know Lies 17.37 ........................... G Cleeve 6 86777 Should Be Carlos 30.79 ............J McInerney 10 25473 Cawbourne Chief 17.39 .................. M Grant 7 78682 Adulterous nwtd ...........................C Roberts 7 8.01pm SUPER PETS GALAXY SEMI 3 C5q, 295m 8 45422 Red Typhoon 30.56 ......................... M Grant 1 21583 Know Mistake 16.95 ...................... G Cleeve 9 21655 Pseudonym 30.52 .....................R Blackburn 2 22121 Sting Me 17.12 ................................ M Grant 10 83564 Chevy Chevelle 30.70 H & ..................Taylor 3 81211 Damarjo 17.09 H & .............................Taylor 10 8.57pm EMERSON CONSULTANCY STKS C2, 520m 4 32512 Call Me Ralph 17.47 G & ................ J Clarke 1 66343 Opawa Paul 30.64 L & ....................... Wales 5 15142 Run Lacey Run nwtd F & ...............Turnwald 2 67614 Botany Seaton 31.12 ................J McInerney 6 11111 Dixie Lee 16.97 .........................R Blackburn 3 18688 Gee Cee Bee 30.70 ...................H Anderton 7 21832 Wandy Grant 17.19 ....................... G Cleeve 4 83318 Thrilling Jonah 31.00....................... M Grant 8 73F53 Will Excite 17.36 .......................... L Waretini 5 34843 Cawbourne Kesha 30.74...........J McInerney 9 26663 Know Lies 17.37 ........................... G Cleeve 6 38621 Opawa Bomb 30.67 L & ..................... Wales 10 25473 Cawbourne Chief 17.39 .................. M Grant 7 43225 Girl Racer 30.42 H & ...........................Taylor 8 35687 Lincoln Flyer nwtd ........................C Roberts 8 8.18pm SUPER PETS GALAXY SEMI C5q, 295m
9 76357 Blushing Belle 30.63 L & .................... Wales 10 64856 Wandy Pam nwtd ........................D Kingston 11 9.14pm HAMPDEN TAVERN DISTANCE C1d, 645m 1 25673 Thrilling Sound nwtd S &.................B Evans 2 36275 Know Future 38.75........................ G Cleeve 3 84525 Goldstar Bella 38.51 S &.................B Evans 4 43464 Opawa Peekay nwtd L & .................... Wales 5 53856 Bigtime Kelina 38.61 B & ................. T Shaw 6 55371 Know Taste 38.73.......................... G Cleeve 7 31161 Sasha’s One nwtd ............................ S Clark 8 61216 Jinjarango nwtd J &.........................D Fahey Emergencies: 9 47477 Chill Out Ralph nwtd L & .................... Wales 10 87547 Know Honour 38.53 ...................... G Cleeve 12 9.31pm SPEIGHT’S STAKES C2, 520m 1 38788 Wandy On In 30.79 .....................D Kingston 2 65554 Rambunctious 30.63 .................A Bradshaw 3 13714 Mr. Jimmy 30.81 ........................ R H Adcock 4 65216 Stich Up 30.81 S &..........................B Evans 5 81317 Opawa Jean 30.73 L &....................... Wales 6 26222 Opawa Marg 30.39.......................M Roberts 7 67336 Starburst Benny 31.67 .................... M Grant 8 34568 Bob’s Eye 30.73 ........................J McInerney Emergencies: 9 76357 Blushing Belle 30.63 L & .................... Wales 10 87856 Idol Girl 30.51 L & .............................. Wales
M10 Christchurch dogs Today at Addington raceway
Christchurch Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Addington 3 6.46pm BUY SELL & EXCHANGE NZ CUP SEMI Raceway Meeting Date: 06 Nov 2013 NZ Meeting num- FINAL 3 C5q, 520m ber: 10 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 1 22133 Spud Gun 30.66 .............................. M Grant and 10; 11 and 12 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 2 11134 Thrilling Blitz nwtd ............................ S Clark 3 88125 Opawa Casper 30.23 L & ................... Wales and 9; 10, 11 and 12 4 55113 Caboul 30.24 J & ............................D Fahey 1 5.46pm (NZT) BUY SELL & EXCHANGE NZ CUP 5 81142 Fancy Dasher nwtd ....................D Schofield SEMI FINAL 1 C5q, 520m 6 8x143 Pindari 30.25 J &.............................D Fahey 1 11162 Palucka 30.47 J & ...........................D Fahey 7 26123 Know Class 30.12 ......................... G Cleeve 2 83535 Starburst Clemmy 30.86 ................. M Grant 8 25111 Raw Energy 29.96 ....................J McInerney 3 18112 Rene Ranger nwtd ...........................L Ahern 9 F1875 Homebush Violet 30.41 .............J McInerney 4 36244 Ultimate Dream 29.93 ...............A Bradshaw 10 61685 Fancy Tip nwtd ...........................D Schofield 5 77464 Stolen Money 30.24 ...................... G Cleeve 4 7.06pm BUY SELL & EXCHANGE NZ CUP SEMI 6 13285 Opawa Jed 30.06 J & ......................D Fahey FINAL 4 C5q, 520m 7 26211 Ate To Much 30.45 F &...................Turnwald 1 44435 Homebush Chopper 30.60 ........J McInerney 8 13231 Russell Hart 30.22 ....................J McInerney 2 25252 Wayleggo 30.31 J & ........................D Fahey 9 F1875 Homebush Violet 30.41 .............J McInerney 3 51351 Jannik 30.32...............................D Schofield 10 61685 Fancy Tip nwtd ...........................D Schofield 4 28422 Gordon Bale 30.25 .......................C Roberts 2 6.26pm BUY SELL & EXCHANGE NZ CUP SEMI 5 25524 Speed Legend nwtd ....................B Hodgson 6 15234 Opawa No Ear 30.18 J & ................D Fahey FINAL 2 C5q, 520m 1 11321 Piggy Back 30.49 ............................. S Clark 7 34341 Rodriguez 30.74..................................A Lee 2 24243 Brighton Bullet 30.01 J & ................D Fahey 8 78513 No Undies Sundy 30.39 ............J McInerney 3 22362 Speedy Kazza 30.46 .................J McInerney 9 F1875 Homebush Violet 30.41 .............J McInerney 4 37161 Opawa Swede 30.02 J &.................D Fahey 10 61685 Fancy Tip nwtd ...........................D Schofield 5 25342 Know Attempt 30.20...................... G Cleeve 5 7.26pm SUPER PETS GALAXY SEMI FINAL 1 C5q, 6 11754 Popstar Rocket 30.57 ........................M Flipp 295m 7 53164 Drysdale nwtd .....................................A Lee 1 23371 Wild Punting 17.09 F & ..................Turnwald 8 24165 Lochinvar Brando nwtd ..............D Schofield 2 31333 Bellwave 17.20 W & .......................... Nissen 9 F1875 Homebush Violet 30.41 .............J McInerney 3 11112 Yabba Yabba 17.33 H &.......................Taylor 10 61685 Fancy Tip nwtd ...........................D Schofield 4 53761 Pearl’s Boy 17.19 .......................... G Cleeve
M9 Wanganui Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Hatrick Raceway Meeting Date: 06 Nov 2013 NZ Meeting number: 9 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10; 11 and 12 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9; 10, 11 and 12
12.05pm (NZT) ABSOLUTELY ELECTRICAL C0 HEAT 1 C0q, 305m 1 746x Sunday Driver nwtd ..........................P Taylor 2 877x7 Nopee nwtd ...............................J McInerney 3 2362 King’s Selection nwtd ............... S Gommans 4 43 Opalescent nwtd G & ........................S Ross 5 6682 Iza Hungi nwtd ......................... S Gommans 6 Behemoth nwtd .............................A Speight 7 84 Cassie Haka nwtd .....................J McInerney 8 4473 Missy Sloy nwtd ...............................L Ahern 9 68 Cosmic Choice nwtd .................J McInerney 10 66877 Ruthless nwtd .............................J McArthur 2 12.25pm HARRISON HIRE MASTER C0 HEAT 2 C0q, 305m 1 75242 Come On Mickey nwtd G & ............. J Clarke 2 Toxic Revenge nwtd ......................A Speight 3 88x Blue Sky Mine nwtd ....................... I George 4 Jelly Gem nwtd U & ..........................Cottam 5 6 Google It nwtd .......................... S Gommans 6 33682 Zee Brugge nwtd.......................J McInerney 7 Working Pizzaz nwtd..................... D Donlon 8 54583 Chocdee Karen nwtd ................J McInerney 9 785 Prancing Bee nwtd ...........................L Ahern 10 66767 Tai Baxter nwtd .........................J McInerney
LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track
Wanganui dogs Today at Hatrick Raceway 3 12.45pm J P PRINT PETONE C0 HEAT 3 C0q, 305m
6 34531 Ngauruhoe nwtd G & ...................... J Clarke 1 65431 Sprinkles 17.95 .........................J McInerney 1 Little Vampire nwtd ........................A Speight 7 45544 Madam Ice nwtd..........................J McArthur 2 44447 Prefontaine 17.81 ......................J McInerney 2 57876 Go Max nwtd ................................K Jackson 8 34461 Bigtime Chip nwtd ............................L Ahern 3 17434 Miss Jolt 18.02 .................................L Ahern 3 Sefton Dosh nwtd......................J McInerney 9 87577 Fantastic Anna nwtd.....................P Blanche 4 76653 Aschenputtel 17.74 ..........................G Quirk 88 Waldo Baxter nwtd ....................J McInerney 5 37748 Nina Be Good 18.04 ......................R Murray 4 64782 Polar Snow White nwtd G & ............ J Clarke 10 6 56335 Found Roman nwtd U & ....................Cottam 5 6 Kickin’ It nwtd ........................... S Gommans 6 1.39pm MICKEY’S SUPER LIQUOR C1 C1, 305m 6 Working Twinkle nwtd.................... D Donlon 1 46884 My Bad Jonny 17.62 ..........................W Kite 7 61185 Rebel Joe 17.93 .............................. C Brider 7 35577 Little Legs nwtd ................................P Taylor 2 77733 Jolokia 17.89 ..................................R Murray 8 21287 Rockin’ Rod nwtd ........................... P Lowen 8 67483 This Time Pedro nwtd U & ................Cottam 3 61 Tifino 18.04 ..............................A Duganzich 9 75585 Flayosc nwtd G & ............................ J Clarke 9 55677 Homebush Marlow nwtd ...........J McInerney 4 55554 All The Milk 18.19.............................G Quirk 10 34737 Sedgebrook Glory 18.23 .....................F Kite 10 74886 Blossom Cherie nwtd ................J McInerney 5 78588 Wunya 18.34 .............................J McInerney 9 2.32pm CROMBIE LOCKWOOD LTD C1 C1, 305m 4 1.04pm ROSS DECORATOR C0 HEAT 4 C0q, 305m 6 22412 Exponential Lily 17.82 ......................L Ahern 1 65143 Chelsea’s Beauty 17.84 ............... T Downey 1 F5545 Tongariro nwtd G & ......................... J Clarke 7 37134 Breakthru 17.92 ............................. I George 2 64445 Supreme Shelleen 17.78 ..........J McInerney 2 42754 Sheldon Baxter nwtd .................J McInerney 8 32622 Homebush Envy 17.99 ..............J McInerney 3 48873 Gone Awol 17.74.......................J McInerney 3 66863 Backyard Queen nwtd ................ G Hodgson 9 24672 Another Drink 18.11 ..................J McInerney 4 18813 Cawbourne Banksy 17.90 ................G Quirk 5 55443 Under Milkwood nwtd.......................L Ahern 4 5588x Ello Elle nwtd ...................................P Taylor 10 68266 High Calibre nwtd....................... B Johnston 6 45168 Knocka Off Time 18.13 G & ............ J Clarke 5 7 Cosmic Sally nwtd.....................J McInerney 7 1.57pm THE ROCK 95.2FM C1 C1, 520m 7 32444 Kiribati Girl 17.94 ..................... S Gommans 6 64388 Cuts Deep nwtd ...........................P Blanche 1 11763 Homebush Coral 31.33 .............J McInerney 8 6556x Sisal nwtd..................................... D Craigen 7 4446 Smirnoff nwtd ........................... S Gommans 2 51232 All About Amy 31.14 A &..................... J.Hall 9 58227 Working Waikato 17.75 ................. D Donlon 8 74832 Coyote Caught Ya nwtd ............E Duganzich 3 51244 Chocdee Alice nwtd ..................J McInerney 10 6547x Boss Man Sloy 17.87 ..................... I George 9 74777 Nominal Lily nwtd ........................... I George 4 27531 Uno Charm nwtd .........................B Goodwin 10 77685 Homebush Celia nwtd ...............J McInerney 5 25711 Bigtime Dasher 30.80 ......................L Ahern 10 2.49pm KEENAN CONCRETE C1 C1, 520m Gay Thorley nwtd ......................J McInerney 1 56323 Darby Lane 30.67 L & ........................ Morris 5 1.22pm PALAMOUNTAINS C0 HEAT 5 C0q, 305m 67 45342 84525 Nose White 30.76.....................A Duganzich 2 36545 Some Genes nwtd ....................J McInerney 1 52338 All For One nwtd .......................J McInerney 8 54778 Thrilling Ava 30.22 ..........................B Marsh 3 31742 Buster Boy 30.92.........................J McArthur 2 85755 Maddie Brand nwtd G & .....................Denby 9 57545 Gucci Rush 30.81 L & ........................ Morris 4 37316 Joyville nwtd ..............................J McInerney 3 Working Midnight nwtd.................. D Donlon 10 67664 Smart Cookie nwtd .....................J McArthur 5 38344 Mr. Darci 30.35 A & ............................. J.Hall 4 66683 Homebush Faline nwtd .............J McInerney 6 13243 Charming Chuck nwtd......................L Ahern 5 8 Tepirita Tippy nwtd ................... S Gommans 8 2.14pm WANGANUI SECURITY C1 C1, 305m 7 66452 Alpinador nwtd ..................................D Edlin
8 67346 Belle Cadeau 30.76 ............................S Kite 9 34883 Cluain Meala 30.91 .................... B Johnston 10 26557 Homebush Lestat 30.47 ............J McInerney 11 3.07pm MORRIE GIBBONS SIGNS C1 C1, 305m 1 83656 Sydenham Bubbles 17.51 G & ........ J Clarke 2 142 Miss McFly 17.90 .............................L Ahern 3 52P21 Shiny Upsome 17.92................A Duganzich 4 57621 Charlie’s Pal nwtd .....................J McInerney 5 44223 Go With It 17.77 ...............................G Quirk 6 67x34 Hell Fire nwtd U & .............................Cottam 7 67212 Homebush Limbo 17.90 ............J McInerney 8 22437 Mighty Monica 18.16 ................ S Gommans 9 384F6 Blair Ninety 17.97 G & .......................Denby 10 23567 Homebush Anabel 18.12 ................. C Clark 12 3.25pm CHRISTMAS AT THE RACES 6TH-13TH14TH-20TH DEC C1 C1, 305m 1 16888 Regina Haka 17.78 ......................P Blanche 2 35685 Bearly Possible 18.04 U & ................Cottam 3 63711 Showem Baby 17.86 ................A Duganzich 4 7F831 All The Coco 18.15...........................G Quirk 5 25331 Patrick Star 18.18.............................L Ahern 6 68186 Phenomenal Lily 18.16 .................. I George 7 72187 Another Stone 18.02 .................J McInerney 8 7133F No No Romeo 18.03 ........................G Quirk 9 54475 Yeah Nah 17.89...................................L Udy 10 87574 Red Hot Dutch 18.26 ................J McInerney LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
■ LAST SHOT AT NZ CUP
Ashburton Guardian 19
In brief Boninsky in form Boninsky showed he was on target for a second crack at the Gr.2 DHL Counties Cup later this month with a strong performance to win at Ellerslie yesterday. “He was close up in it last year so we’d like to have another go,” Cambridge trainer Margaret Falconer said. Sixth and only a length off the winner in the Pukekohe feature in 2012, Boninsky has consistently raced well in good company and his win in the Carbine Club Trophy was the fourth of his career. “He’s going well and was a bit unlucky at his last start, he’s coming up really well,” Falconer said. Boninsky was ridden by Michael Dee and they finished strongly to relegate Neo to second.
Top trial for Mile
Fly Like an Eagle wins the Methven Cup in the hands of Mark Purdon. Inset: Gavin Douglas.
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Eagle about to fly the coop By Sue NewmaN
If Fly Like an Eagle wins the New Zealand Trotting Cup it will be a bitter sweet moment for Ashburton man Gavin Douglas. While winning the cup is the ultimate success for any harness racing owner, if your horse has just been sold to American interests, then a cup win is a reminder of the future earnings that could have been, Mr Douglas said. He’s a part owner in the fiveyear-old entire and admits he reluctantly signed the deal that will see his star pacer head for the states after the cup (via the Miracle Mile in Australia) to race and ultimately to stand at stud. Douglas was a reluctant seller. When the offers started coming in, he said he had two op-
tions – buy his partners out or sell. “I’ve always loved the horse but he’ll get some good chances out there – if he measures up. He’s still a stallion and they’re hoping to breed. “Once Cup Day is finished our share is gone,” he said. Taking a pragmatic approach to Fly Like an Eagle, Douglas said the $630,000 he’s earned plus his sale price has been a great pay back for the $30,000 paid for the horse as a youngster. The but is, if he wins the cup – what would his worth be then? “He was a great little buy. I guess we’ve been realistic. “We’ve sold a lot of our horses. “We sold Major Mark and he was a cup horse but this horse for me has been special. “He’s been the best I’ve had
and maybe the best I’ll ever have so this is why I was keen to keep him.” Last year he ran seventh in the cup but as a four-year-old, he was a baby in the field. This year it will be different, Douglas said. “He did his hard yards last year. He was a boy in a man’s race.” Fly Like an Eagle had a shakeup at Ashburton on October 28 in the Ashburton Cup when a rein came loose and driver Mark Purdon had to manoeuvre him off track and bring him under control. For a stallion that could have been enough to spook the horse for his next start, Douglas said. It didn’t. Fly Like an Eagle went out one week later and won with a start to finish lead in the Kaikoura Cup. If he gets a similar run in the
cup Douglas reckons he’ll be up there with the two he tips as standouts, Terror to Love and Christen Me. Post sale he says he’ll still retain an interest in the horse. Douglas admits he’s been lucky with most of his purchases, but he keeps reminding himself that luck is the key word. Fly Like an Eagle might have been a cheap buy that came good, but he knows there’s a hack out there in a trekking stable that cost him a whole lot more and never earned a cent. “We’ve been lucky, we’ve won 10 Group One races. “People go a whole lifetime and never get a horse into Group One.” Cup day he’ll be there with the crowds and while he’s not a big better, Douglas said he’ll put a few dollars on his horse ‘as an act of faith’.
■ TAB CLEANS UP
Punters lash out on Melbourne Cup The New Zealand connection may have been small in the 2013 Melbourne Cup, but the interest from punters was as high as ever. New Zealander punters bet $NZ9.3 million ($A8.18 million) on the race that stops two nations, up one per cent on the $NZ8.62 million ($A7.59 mil-
lion) spent on the race last year. But NZ TAB head of betting Michael Dore says it could have been more, had it not been for a website glitch just before the race. Dore told AAP a problem hit the TAB’s website about 4.15pm, but it was resolved by 4.45pm - about 20 minutes before the start of the race.
There were no New Zealandtrained Melbourne Cup runners for a third consecutive year, but this year - for the first time since at least the 1940s - there were no New Zealand-bred runners. That left the strongest New Zealand connections via trainers and jockeys. Three horses were prepared
by ex-NZ trainers: Hawkspur and Foreteller by former Foxton trainer Chris Waller, and Voleuse De Coeurs by Mike Moroney. Voleuse De Coeurs (10th) and Hawkspur (20th) also had Kiwi jockeys - Hawkspur ridden by Jim Cassidy, and Voleuse De Coeurs by 21-yearold James McDonald. - AAP
TAB bookmakers reacted sharply to the late nomination of Final Touch for the Coupland’s Bakeries Mile and with good reason following her win at Wingatui yesterday. The multiple Group One winner is a $4 favourite for the Group Two feature at Riccarton ahead of Scapolo at $6 with Tyne Cot and Coup Aye Tee at $8. The only other horse with a single figure quote at $9 is Ringo. In the hands of her regular rider Chris Johnson, the Kashani mare lumped 61.5kg to victory at Wingatui in her first appearance since minor Group One placings in the first two legs of the Hawke’s Bay Triple Crown series.
Reward for consistency Consistent galloper The Flying Affair took advantage of a drop back in class to collect a deserved victory at Ellerslie. The five-yearold had finished fifth in the Listed Rotorua Plate at his previous appearance and came home with a well-timed run for apprentice Rowena Smyth to score yesterday. Last season’s Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks winner More Than Sacred ran second and had her chance while topweight Storming The Tower was a brave third under his 59kg. The Flying Affair has been a genuine character for his connections with five wins and 15 placings from 33 appearances.
Girl still unbeaten Red Dirt Girl’s perfect record has remained intact after a successful visit to racing’s northern headquarters. The four-year-old was a runaway maiden winner at Paeroa and she took a step up in grade in her stride at Ellerslie on Melbourne Cup day to down her Rating 65 rivals. A daughter of Align, Red Dirt Girl is prepared at Te Rapa by her part-owner Kristine Stead, who was responsible for one of the great feature race upsets at Ellerslie when she won the 2009 Gr.1 Railway Handicap with 100-1 outsider Jacowils.
Home track advantage Delecta Dreims posted an overdue success at Otaki when she accounted for a handy line-up on her home track yesterday for trainer Karen Zimmerman. The six-yearold added the Rating 85 Raukawa Cup under rider Kelly Myers to record the fourth win of her career. Her last had come at Trentham a little over a year ago and she has raced consistently in the meantime, having weighed in eight times from 10 subsequent starts.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 SITUATIONS VACANT
■ MELBOURNE CUP
Fiorente wins for Waterhouse Gai Waterhouse’s controversial year ended in triumph with Fiorente giving the Sydney trainer her first Melbourne Cup win. Fiorente’s win in front of 100,000 racegoers at Flemington yesterday, sealed Waterhouse’s standing as one of Australia’s greatest horse trainers. It also gave Damien Oliver his third Melbourne Cup, two months after he returned to racing from serving a ban for betting on a rival horse in a race he was riding in in 2010. Fiorente staged a thrilling duel with Red Cadeaux before gaining the upperhand at the 100m. Mount Athos finished third. Waterhouse’s victory came after twice training the runner-up, Te Akau Nick in 1993 and Fiorente in last year’s race. It also confirmed Waterhouse as one of the most resilient figures in Australian racing. She has been in the headlines since a public fall-out with high profile owner John Singleton and an ongoing battle with Sydney racing stewards. Waterhouse trained most of Singleton’s racehorses until glamour mare More Joyous was beaten in the All Aged Stakes during the Sydney autumn racing carnival. Singleton claimed Waterhouse’s son, the bookmaker Tom Waterhouse, had
told rugby league star Andrew Johns that More Joyous couldn’t win the All Aged before the mare ran unplaced in the race. Oliver, who had previously won the race on Doriemus and Media Puzzle, brought Fiorente from midfield to stake his challenge at the 300m. He said it was a privilege to win the race for Waterhouse. “It’s amazing, it’s a dream come true,” he said. “I’m so rapt that I could be part of Gai’s first one. She’s done so much for racing and it’s a great honour for me to help bring home her first one. “Gai was one of the first people to get behind me when I came back and I can’t thank her enough for helping me get going again and we have been a great team together.” Meanwhile, two years after the high of a Melbourne Cup win, French jockey Christophe Lemaire hit rock bottom in a tragic end to his dream of a second Cup. Lemaire won on Dunaden in 2011 and went into yesterday’s renewal confident he could repeat the result on the Aga Khan’s mare Verema. But the horse fractured a cannon bone at the 2000m mark and could not be saved. “She was on the bridle travelling well alongside the future winner, we were in a good position, but these kinds of things just happen,” said Lemaire. - AAP RACE 7 - EMIRATES MELBOURNE CUP, $6,200,000, 3200m 1-1 Fiorente (6) D Oliver 1 19-19 Red Cadeaux (3) G Mosse 2 4-4 Mount Athos (15) C Williams 3 All Started. Also: 15-15 Simenon, 2-2 Dandino, 5-6 Fawkner, 21-21 Ethiopia, 6-7 Brown Panther, 14-13 Super Cool, 8-8 Voleuse de Coeurs, 18-18 Dunaden, 10-10 Seville, 3-3 Sea Moon, 13-14 Royal Empire, 2424 Mourayan, 22-22 Ibicenco, 16-16 Foreteller, 20-20 Masked Marvel, 7-5 Dear Demi, 9-9 Hawkspur, 12-12 Green Moon, 17-17 Tres Blue, 23-23 Ruscello, 11-11 Verema (Failed to finish). 3/4L, 1-1/2L, Hd. Time: 3:20.30. Win: $7.00. Places: $2.60, $11.40, $4.30. Quinella: $169.10. Trifecta: $4040.40 (6,3,15). First4: $118652.00 (6,3,15,19). Treble: $320.20 (9/3+/6+). Sub: Fiorente (6). Trainer: Gai Waterhouse, Flemington. Breeding: 6 h Monsun (GER)-Desert Bloom (IRE).
Two Positions Department Head & Salesperson
Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton have two vacancies; for a Department head and for a Salesperson, in our very busy Bathroom/ Kitchen department of 5 staff. These positions are full time, which will include rostered weekends. This department provides bathroom and plumbing products as well as kitchen design to our extensive trade and DIY customers. This successful applicants will have: • • • • •
Ability to lead and motivate Good communication skills A can do attitude Lead by example Proven sales experience would be an advantage • Attention to detail • Ability to work under pressure • Good administration and computer skills Each position offers great job satisfaction and the opportunity to join a progressive company. In return we offer fantastic staff buying privileges and solid job security. Please email your c.v. along with a covering letter to: email@example.com or post to: Human Resources, Mitre 10 MEGA. P.O. Box 35, Ashburton. 7740. Applications remain confidential and close on Monday, November 18, 2013.
RX PLASTICS LTD Customer Service/Administration Fixed Term Maternity Position We are seeking a bright, enthusiastic personality to join our friendly team based in our Tinwald oﬃce, which is Head Oﬃce for our three branches, and handles all incoming calls and orders nationwide. This position requires someone with excellent communication and people skills and a real understanding of customer service. This is a ﬁxed term position to cover parental leave until the incumbent employee returns to work. We are looking for someone who has the following attributes:• A positive friendly personality and a sense of humour • Ability to work under pressure, highly organised and able to multitask • Able to work in a team environment and share the workload • Excellent telephone and customer service skills • High accuracy with computer data entry • Have a good mathematical brain, and able to think outside the square If this sounds like you, please email your application letter along with a copy of your CV to: ﬁonat@rxplastics.co.nz, alternatively post to the address below no later than Friday, November 8, 2013.
Fiona Taylor Customer Services Manager RX Plastics Ltd P O Box 360 Ashburton 7740
Class 2 and 4 Truck Drivers
Due to an ever increasing workload we seek to fulfil the following four positions: · 2 x Site Foremen
Talley’s Ashburton is looking to employ Truck Drivers for this upcoming pea and corn harvest, starting early December. A Class 4 licence is preferable however there will be an opportunity for successful applicants with a Class 2 licence to be trained and gain a Class 4 licence.
(work vehicle and cellphone)
· 2 x Carpenters Applicants will enjoy working in both residential and commercial construction. You must be productive, reliable, have good work ethics and a can do attitude. Excellent remuneration packages will be given for the right candidates. All applicants will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.
Contact: Leticia Fitzgerald Home phone: 03 307 2667 Cellphone: 027 314 0094 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In return we offer you modern equipment, good wages with the opportunity for overtime, and a busy working environment.
If the above position interests you please apply in writing to Talley’s Group Ltd Ashburton, PO Box 244, Ashburton or email email@example.com Applications close Monday 11th November 2013.
Senior Management Teachers Ashburton Borough School is a full primary school catering for students years 1 – 8.
Plastics Extrusion Operator/Supervisor, Ashburton
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Trainer Gai Waterhouse ﬁnally holds up the trophy after Fiorente, ridden by Australian jockey Damien Oliver, won the Melbourne Cup yesterday. AP PHOTO
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Technical Field Officer - Dairy Mid Canterbury
Visit our website www.crtfarmlands.co.nz to download the position description and application form which must be completed and sent with your CV and covering letter quoting reference TFOMC1013 to the below address or alternatively email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Corporate Support Manager Farmlands Co-operative Society Limited Private Bag 1968 Dunedin
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Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton have a vacancy to join our busy Warehouse team as a Forklift Driver plus other duties. This position is full time (Monday – Friday) the successful applicant will require: •
a Forklift licence with F endorsement
be able to work as a team
The position offers great job satisfaction, support of the leading Trade and DIY retailer Mid Canterbury and the opportunity to join a team of staff who enjoy working together. In return we offer fantastic staff buying privileges and solid job security. If you think you can fit this role, please email your c.v. and covering letter to: hr.Ashburton@mitre10.co.nz or post to Human Resources, Mitre 10 MEGA, P.O. Box 35, Ashburton 7740. Applications close Friday 8th November 2013
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN We have a vacancy for a qualified Pharmacy Technician. This is a full time position including the full scope of technician duties and will involve some weekend work. Please send a CV and covering letter to: Sean Reilly East St Pharmacy P O Box 80 Ashburton or email@example.com
Plunket Kaiawhina/ Community Karitane – Child Health Worker Positions • • •
We currently have a vacancy for an Administration Assistant in our Ashburton office. Reporting to the Office Supervisor, you will be responsible for a variety of clerical functions, including computer and calculator work. Your primary tasks will include: • accounts payable • accounts receivable • payroll • Excel spreadsheets • word processing and filing • general reception duties.
Are you interested in the health and wellbeing of families in the community? Do you have a passion for improving health outcomes for Tamariki and Pacifica people Do you have knowledge and experience of working with Pacific families?
You will have: • enthusiasm, energy, an eagerness to learn and a positive attitude • Excel skills and an ability to use Microsoft Office to an intermediate level • ability to communicate with a range of people, from visitors to executives • numeracy and literacy skills • ability to work with minimal supervision • good appreciation of urgency and accuracy.
We are looking for two enthusiastic people to join our Mid and South Canterbury Teams. You will have a talent for relationship building, community networking and the ability to work with both individuals and groups. These roles have a focus on improving health outcomes for Tamariki and include health promotion and education with individuals, whanau and groups. We offer a supportive working environment, supervision, training and professional development opportunities.
Flexible start date but need to be able to commence employment by the start of December. If you work well as part of a small team and enjoy a busy and productive work environment then this is the position for you.
To be successful in these positions you will have a commitment to complete the National Certificate in Tamariki Ora – Well Child Services programme, have an understanding and commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and hold a full New Zealand drivers licence with the ability to drive a manual car. Knowledge and experience of working with Pacific families will be given consideration for the role in Mid Canterbury.
Applications close Friday 8th November 2013
Warehouse Forklift Driver
Talley’s is a large New Zealand company with diversified food interests in seafood, vegetables, meat and dairy. We are a stable private company experiencing continuous growth – a real kiwi success story.
Chef/Cook Required for our busy Bistro / Takeaways. Experience essential. Approx 20+ hrs p/w References required.
These roles are both part time, 0.5 FTE. One will be based in Ashburton and cover the Mid Canterbury area and the other will be based in Timaru and cover the South Canterbury area.
Hinds Wayside Inn
Front of house
15-30 hour per week Duties include: Barista skills Customer service skills Kitchen duties Food handling Please email the Manager Sue Moorren
Note: You will not be required to work between the Christmas & New Year Holiday period.
Applications close 5pm Monday 11 November 2013.
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Stapleton’s, a subsidiary of Luisetti Seed, is a significant provider of Grain and Seed processing in the region including commodities both national and internationally.
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Due to excellent growth within the Mid Canterbury region, we have an opportunity to employ a new staff member to our team.
We are a small family run transport company based in job: C46586 Ashburton.
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With a focus on servicing the building industry and rural publication sector. Ashburton Guardian
We are looking for a class 5 Driver with the ability to turn their hand to any job required. Tip truck/crane truck experienceTradeMe would definitely be an advantage. We are also looking for a class 2 driver with a DG licence. This position would suit someone who is keen to learn and wishing to get their class 5. In return we offer a good hourly rate with overtime, tidy equipment and small team atmosphere to work in.
Please apply in your own hand writing with CV and references to; PO Box 237 ASHBURTON 7740
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Some shift work is required from time to time.
Wanted for three hours per day, twice a week, for busy working family.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
To view the position description or apply for this role please refer to www.plunket.org.nz/careers. For more information contact Raelene Todd (Clinical Leader) on (03) 688 3520.
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Farmlands is owned by New Zealand farmers to improve their profitability and supplies more than 55,000 Shareholder businesses nationwide. In this position based out of Ashburton, we are seeking to expand our team of Dairy specialists to enable us to provide exceptional service and technical advice to the growing number of Farmlands Shareholders involved in the Dairy industry. We are looking for a suitably qualified applicant who: • has a passion for dairying and relevant experience in the industry • is able to provide technical advice to our Shareholders in all facets of dairying • comes from a strong customer service and sales background, well organised, self motivated and able to build and maintain lasting relationships • has a high level of commitment and energy
Phone/text 027 311 3324
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compliance of our company health and safety policy. $139.13 6. lt is important the successful applicant can complete a variation of duties within our multi skilled team. 7. Truck HT license while not essential, could be an advantage. If you are keen to join a small dedicated team offering variety and work in modern facilities with the view of expanding your industry knowledge we are keen to view your CV. Training will be offered as applicable and remuneration will be negotiated subject to experience. Hours of work will vary with our team and will require some split shift hours in line with industry seasonal demands. This will be discussed further at the interview. Applications will close 9.00am Monday, November 11, 2013 and be treated and viewed in confidence, please send your letter of interest to. General Manager Stapletons 2009 Ltd P O Box 380 Ashburton 7740 Or email: email@example.com
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03 307 9176 Hastings McLeod Ltd Licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008
217 West Street
THIS IS TERRIFIC BUYING
03 307 9176
AMAZING VALUE HERE
was $455,000 now $439,000 5 Goldrich Drive
11 Magnolia Drive
Someone is going to get a great buy – developer says sell it now – it won’t last long. You could be in for Christmas.
Great corner site for this bigger than most family home, you will fit everything into the 257 sqm home
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218sqm big Open plan kitchen, dining and living Separate lounge Shower, bath and vanity in main bathroom 4 bedrooms Walk-in wardrobe and ensuite off main bedroom Lawns, fencing, drives and paths all done Double garage with internal access and insulated door Fully insulated and double glazed
OPEN HOMES: Wednesday Nov 6: 5 - 5.45 pm Saturday Nov 9: 11.15am - 1.45 pm
SUN CONTROL WINDOW TINTING. Professional window tinting of cars, homes & offices. Quality films for privacy, UV (fading), heat, safety & security. Phone Craig Rogers your ONLY local applicator. 307 6347. Member of Master Tinters NZ.
EMPLOYMENT wanted. Urgently required dairy farm position, seven years experience, rotary and herringbone sheds, immediate start. Phone David 0279 004 696. ON farm property maintenance, painting, building, fencing, lawns, gardening, tree pruning etc. 20 years experience. Phone 307 7334.
4 double bedrooms Shower, toilet and vanity in ensuite off master bedroom Open plan kitchen, dining and living room Separate lounge Shower, bath and vanity in main bathroom Fully insulated and double glazed Great kitchen with good sized granite bench tops Good sized double garage with internal access Paths, lawns and driveways done Built for the sun
NZ National Party Rangitata Electorate Raffle
drawn at the Timaru Police Station Friday, November 1, 2013 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th
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SERVICES: Hay covers, farm truck seat covers, upholstery repairs, shade sails and blinds, marquee and event hire Call Toni & Peter May on 03 308 8893 to find out more! 151 Alford Forest Road, Ashburton www.petermay.co.nz
OPEN HOMES: Wednesday Nov 6: 6 - 6.45 pm Saturday Nov 9: 12 - 12.45 pm
For all subscriber enquiries, missed delivery, new subscriptions, temporary stops, call our subscriber hotline
RURAL TRADING POST
0800 274 287 0800 ASHBURTON
WANTED - standing lucerne. Phone Jacob 027 422 5464.
CALVES - two Murray Grey Friesian, autumn born. Sell. Phone 027 719 9089.
WANTED - standing grass. Phone Jacob 027 422 5464.
Mt Somers Netball and Rugby Clubs Combined Fancy Dress Social
Superheroes And Fairytales Saturday, November 9, 2013 Come along for a great night out & support your local teams Prizes for best dressed man and woman DJ from 8pm, supper provided Bar open with eftpos facilities available Where: Mt Somers Rugby Clubrooms. Doors Open at 7.30pm
Tickets $10 available from the Mt Somers Store For more information, please phone Melinda 303 9735 or Olivia 303 9005 Sponsored by the Ashburton Guardian.
RAFFLES Mid Canterbury Federation of W.I. Results of Show Raffle 1st Isabell Page 2nd Ruby Leverton 3rd Lyn Loader 4th Butchard 5th Pauline Sparks 6th Jo Goodhew 7th Nola Morton Thank you everyone for your support.
Guardian Classifieds 307 7900
HARLEY DAVIDSON Demo Day – Join us between 10am - 2pm on November 10 at the Chequered. Flag cafe/bar SH1 Rangitata. Come and test ride our 2014 range of Harley Davidson Demo bikes. Brought to you by Rolling Thunder Motorcycles, 35 Manchester St, Christchurch. Ph 03 366 0129.
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MOTORING 1998 SUZUKI Cultus, 1300cc, 3 door hatch, manual, 111,000kms, good condition, serviced regularly, new cambelt, near new tyres. $3,750 ono. Ph 307 2244.
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.
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LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES • Bark • Oamaru stone • Rocks • Organic compost • Sand • Screened soil • Home deliveries available
Plus much more FREE loan trailer available! From a shovel load to a trailer load. Dobson Street West Ph: 307 8302 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7.30am - 5pm Sat: 7.30am - 12 noon
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Hinds Scout Group Annual General Meeting Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Hinds Scout & Guide Den 7.30pm All welcome
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Ashburton 21 King Street
Appealing Home - Secure Section - Close to School
This three bedroom home has an open plan kitchen/living area with french doors out to a sunny terrace. Double garage plus large storage area on a well fenced section must add appeal for buyers.
Ashburton 2441 Arundel Rakaia Gorge Road
For Sale $283,500 View by appointment rwashburton.co.nz/AHB20014
Ashburton Office 03 307 8317 Mid Canterbury Real Estate Limited LICENSED (REAA 2008)
Country Auction!!!!! 15ha block comprising of 2 titles and set up beautifully for a diverse range of activiities, i.e growing feed supplement, rearing calves to horse training. 5 bedroom spacious home also consists of large kitchen, 2 bathrooms and a separate living area. Auction 1pm Fri Nov 8th (unless sold prior0 Wonderful views to local mountain ranges. View: Handy for Skiing, Hunting, Fishing etc
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rwashburton.co.nz/AHB20299 Jarrod Ross 027 259 4644 email@example.com
793 metre square (more or less) Rectangular section next to the park on Cambridge street. CV $101,000
Potential for investment or build your own new home. 1872m2 (more or less freehold land. Application to District Council for 4 allotment subdivision, subject to resource consent. Owner states "he will consider all offers"
$110,000 View by appointment, 48a Cambridge Street rwashburton.co.nz /AHB20138
For Sale View by appointment, 71 Cambridge Street rwashburton.co.nz / AHB20076
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9.00am - 4.00pm ASHBURTON BUDGET ADVISORY SERVICE INC. 10.00am For free budget advice and workshop ST STEPHENS ANGLICAN CHURCH. enquiries. Phone 307-0496. 60 Cass Street, Holy Communion, Park Street. Consultancy House. Ashburton Allenton 10.00am 9.30am Tranquil living at Carters Estate has many added benefits. 2000m2 Lower priced sites are few and far between. CROQUET CLUB. sections with post/rail fences,key pad access to your property.WAIREKA Flat building platform. SPORT MID CANTERBURY. Tennis court and pavilion, two hole chip and putt, manicured Tasmanian Rear site provides goodCroquet privacy. Club, Doubles. Waireka Walking group. Meet outside the grounds. Plenty of space and privacy. Close to Shopping centre, the Domain, Philip Street. Community Pool, Walnut Avenue.
ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. Classic aircraft on display including DC3. Ashburton Airport, Seafield Road. 10.00am - 4.00pm ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP. Open for research, non members welcome. 254 Cameron Street, please phone 308-4115 or 307-2253 re access to the building.
10.00am - 5.30pm ASHBURTON SOCIETY OF ARTS. Medical centre, Primary school, and stroll to College. Owners invite offers! Karen Smith exhibition “ under 500”. 53 $450,000 $95,000 10.00am View 9.30am by appointment, 28a Carters Road rwashburton.co.nz / View by appointment, 39 Clark Street rwashburton.co.nz Short Street/Studio. METHVEN HERITAGE CENTRE. AHB20185 AHB20039 ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. LICENSED (REAA 2008) LICENSED (REAA 2008) 10.00am - 7.00pm New Zealand and Agriculture Encounter, Walking group meets outside church, 48 ASHBURTON ART GALLERY AND interactive fun for all ages. Main Street, Allens Road, Allenton. MUSEUM. Methven. 9.30am - 1.00pm Open, all welcome. Baring Square East. 10.00am - 3.00pm 9.30am M.S.A. TAI CHI CLUB. Beginners class, newcomers welcome. M.S.A. Social hall, Havelock Street.
9.30am - 12.30pm METHODIST PARISH GOODWILL SHOP. Sell pre loved clothing. Methodist Church, Cnr Archibald and Jane Street, Tinwald.
8.45am and 9.00am M.S.A. GARDEN SECTION. Bus leaves Hotel Ashburton at 8.45am 9.30am - 1.00pm 9.30am - 11.30am and Tinwald Tavern 9am heading to the ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH. MID CANTERBURY BADMINTON CLUB. Geraldine Fete and visit Busch’s garden. Second time round op shop. Ashburton Daytime section, new players very welcome. Ashburton Ashburton 9.00am - 4.00pm Sports hall, Tancred Street. The new release of five 3Ha and 4Ha properties marks Stage 7a of 1129m2 section on favoured Ludlow Drive. Baptist Church, cnr Cass and Havelock ASHBURTON BUDGET this landmark development. Each ADVISORY of the lifestyleSERVICE blocks, ranging in Access to water (although this section is not water’s Street.edge), 12.30pm size from swimming, paintball and fine dining. INC.3.22 to 4.17 hectares, offer stunning panoramic views9.30am -boating, 10.00am ASHBURTON and a unique connection to the Lake Hood lifestyle resort. Discover It’s all TOY here! LIBRARY. For free budget advice and workshop the best of both worlds. Formulate your plans nowhall, for aBaring spring build! ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Open today. Methodist Church enquiries. Phone 307-0496. 60 Cass Street, $155,000 Fit Kidz. 48 Allens Road. Allenton. Square East. View by appointment, 27 Ludlow Drive rwashburton.co.nz / Consultancy House. Stage 7a - Lake Hood rwashburton.co.nz /AHB20055
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FOR SALE CONTAINERS for sale or hire, ex shipping: general and insulated. Sidelifter available for delivery. Wilson Bulk Transport, Phone 308-7772. FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Delivered by logging truck and trailer. Ph Laurie Forestry 03 689 8333. GORGEOUS ECOYA CANDLES!!!! With beautiful scents like sweet pea and jasmine and french pear Ecoya Candles from Kitchen Kapers make the perfect gift. Christmas memories are unleashed with scents of fresh pine needles and caramelised plum pudding!! Also beautiful new Limited Edition scents!!!
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Southern Rugby Club
November 20, 2013 At Hinds Clubrooms Starting at 8.00pm Enquiries Mike Davis (President) 027 214 3674
Clearwater Aquatic Club Inc. The Club AGM
will be held upstairs at Braided Rivers on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 at 7.30pm. All welcome. Thank you P Emery Secretary
ACCOMMODATION, RENTAL FAMILY of four, with one dog, require a three-four bedroom house to rent, long term, in Ashburton. References available. Phone 027 333 2693. LARGE 4 bedroom house to rent in Methven $350 pw. Phone 027 3355 793. THREE bedroom house to rent. Warm and sunny. logfire, separate garage. No dogs. East side central. $310 per week. Phone 302 6780. TO LET: Large, three bedroom plus sunroom, west side villa. References required. Logburner and internal access double garage. $360 per week. Phone 027 206 0503 or 307 7593.
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ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH. Second time around op shop. Ashburton Baptist Church, Cnr Cass and Havelock Streets.
Tuesday November 19, 2013 7.30pm@ the Den Scouts, Cubs, Keas All Welcome Enquiries: 302 7656
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ASHBURTON SOCIETY of Arts Spring Show. Short St Studio. A good selection of paintings for sale. Mon, Wed, Sat 10am - 2pm. Enquiries Ph 308 4533.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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10.45am M.S.A. TAI CHI CLUB. Exercises for people with limited mobility. M.S.A. Social Hall, Havelock Street. 11.00am MID CANTERBURY LADIES PROBUS CLUB. Movie - Mr Pip. Regent Cinema, Wills Street.
Golf Croquet. Waireka Croquet Club, the Domain, Philip Street. 7.00pm GLENYS’ DANCE GROUP. Sequence dancing, Pipe Band hall, Creek Road.
12.45pm ASHBURTON HERB SOCIETY. Monthly meeting, garden walk outing. 1/51 Peter Street.
7.00pm - 9.30pm MID CANTERBURY LINE DANCERS. Learn to line dance 7pm, followed by beginner/intermediate (8pm - 9pm). Phone 307 -7138 a/h. Tinwald hall, Graham Street.
12.50pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. Association Croquet. Waireka Croquet Club, the Domain, Philip Street.
7.30pm ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Real women walking group. Leaves from 48 Allens Road, Allenton.
1.30pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. 10.00am METHVEN HERITAGE CENTRE. New Zealand Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, interactive fun for all ages. Main Street, Methven. 10.00am - 5.30pm ASHBURTON SOCIETY OF ARTS. Karen Smith exhibition “under 500”. 53 Short Street Studio. 10.30am MID CANTERBURY NEW COMERS NETWORK. Newcomers coffee morning group. McDonald’s Restaurant, Moore Street.
12.50pm M.S.A. PETANQUE. Petanque has started, everyone welcome, Racecourse Road. 1.00pm - 3.00pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM Classic aircraft on display including DC 3. Ashburton airport, Seafield Road. 7.30pm GLENYS’ DANCE GROUP. Old time/sequence dancing, learn to dance. All welcome. Pipe Band hall, Creek Road.
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L A ST WEEK TO HAVE YOUR SAY! This is the final week to tell us what you think - have we got the ‘right mix’? Ashburton District Council has prepared a draft Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) and is now seeking community feedback on the draft policy. The LAP guides local decision making on a range of alcohol licensing matters. It’s purpose is to tailor licensing approaches to suit Ashburton District and minimise alcohol-related harm in the district. You can provide feedback on the draft policy online through the Council website or by completing a submission form and posting it back to Council. Submissions on the draft LAP will be received until 5.00pm, Friday 8 November 2013. To view the full policy and summary document, or for more information go to www.ashburtondc.govt.nz
CLOSURE OF ROADS TO ORDINARY VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
PROPOSAL TO CLOSE ROADS
Ashburton District Council gives public notice of a road closure for the purpose of allowing the Ashburton Car Club to hold a “Gravel Sprint” (with the exception of emergency vehicles) for the period indicated hereunder.
Pursuant to the Transport (Vehicular Traffic Road Closure) Regulations 1965, notice is hereby given that the Ashburton District Council, for the purpose of allowing Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network Inc. to hold the Multi Cultural Bite and Waitangi on East, proposes to close the following roads to ordinary vehicular traffic for the period indicated hereunder.
Roads to be closed: RUTHERFORDS ROAD, between former Lambies Road and Boyds Road. Period of closure: From 9.00am to 6.30pm on Saturday 9 November 2013. This notice of closure is made under the Local Government Act 1974 - Schedule 10 (11 (e)). It will be an offence under the above regulations for any person otherwise than under authority of an authorised permit to use the roads / streets for ordinary vehicular traffic during the period of closure.
Roads proposed to be closed: EAST STREET, between Havelock Street and Wills Street EAST STREET, between Havelock Street and Moore Street Period of closure: From 7.30am until 6.00pm on Thursday, 6 February 2014 and From 8.00am until 5.00pm on Thursday, 6 February 2014.
Roads proposed to be closed: CHERTSEY ROAD, from Wards Road to Taverners Road Period of closure: From 9.00am until 6.00pm on 7 December 2013. Detours will be available on adjacent streets and these will be signposted. This proposed closure is made under the Local Government Act 1974 - Schedule 10 (11 (e)) and will be considered at the Service Delivery Committee on 14 November 2013. Any person objecting to the proposal should lodge notice of their objection and the grounds for their objection in writing by post or email to the Council, 5 Baring Square West, Ashburton by 4.00pm, 8 November 2013.
Meetings Methven Community Board Inaugural Meeting Thursday 7 November, 1.30pm
Watch Out For Kerb and Channel Ashburton Wills Street, Cass Street and Victoria Street.
Any person objecting to the proposal is called upon to lodge notice of their objection and grounds thereof in writing or email to Council by 4.00pm on 29 November 2013.
Kerb and Channel - Rakaia Elizabeth Street, Michael Street and Railway Terrace East.
For more information, visit www.ashburtondc.govt.nz
PROPOSAL TO CLOSE ROADS Ashburton District Council gives public notice of a proposal to temporarily close roads to ordinary vehicle traffic to enable the holding of a community event - Ashburton Car Club “Standing & Flying Quarter Mile”.
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MID CANTERBURY NEWCOMERS NETWORK INCORPORATED ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network Incorporated will be held on Thursday 21 November, at 7.00pm at St Johns, 241 Tancred Street. Special guest speaker - Howard Mahaere, or your may know him as the “lolly man from the arcade” will be telling his story of making Ashburton home. All interested people are invited to attend this meeting. If you are interested in standing for a position on the Mid Canterbury Newcomers Network Governance Group, please contact Rae Magson on 308 8927 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a nomination form.
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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT On Thursday November 2013 the Notice of Requirement (NoR) for the designation of land for the Second Urban Bridge over the Ashburton River and associated road connections (ASUB) will be notified. A notice describing where you can view NoR will be published in the Ashburton Guardian and Ashburton Courier newspapers as well as be available on the Council website. Copies will be available to view at the Council offices, the Ashburton Library, Methven i-SITE and Rakaia Mobil.
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Family Notices 26 Ashburton Guardian DEATHS
ALLAN, John Palmer – J.P. (Reg No. 208059 Royal NZ Army Dental Corps.). On Wednesday, October 30, 2013, as a result of an accident on October 24. Aged 82 years. Beloved husband of the late Aileen. Much loved and respected father and father-in-law to Rose and Russ (Christchurch), David and Tania (Blenheim), and Elspeth (London). Loved grandfather of Brett, Abbey, Laura, and Chelsea. Loved brother of Barbara (Wellington), Jocelyn (Brisbane) and families. The family wishes to thank everyone who was involved in caring for John at the accident site, and the supportive and caring staff of Christchurch Hospital. A Memorial Service for John will be held at Northbrook Chapel, Spark Lane (off Northbrook Rd), Rossburn Receptions, Rangiora on MONDAY, November 18 at 11a.m. Messages to the Allan Family c/- 8 Aztec Place, Redwood, Christchurch 8051. Gulliver & Tyler Ltd North Canterbury Ph 03 313 8222 F.D.A.N.Z
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6am Breakfast The Breakfast team presents news, interviews, weather and information. 9am Good Morning 10am Ellen 11am Coach Trip PGR 3 0 11:30 Infomercials Noon One News 0 12:30 Emmerdale PGR Lisa is frustrated; Gennie is determined; Belle is anxious and nervy. 0 1:30 Come Dine With Me PGR 3 2pm May The Best House Win PGR 3pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:55 Te Karere 2 0 4:25 Ellen 5:25 Millionaire – Hot Seat Hosted by Eddie McGuire. 0 6pm One News 0 7pm Seven Sharp 0 7:30 Fair Go 0 8pm N The Life and Times of Temuera Morrison Series that follows six months in the life of the New Zealand actor as he aims to get his career and his life back on track. 0 8:30 Nothing Trivial AO 0 9:30 Scandal AO 0 10:25 One News Tonight 0 10:55 Unforgettable AO 3 0 11:55 Attitude 3 Magazine-style series that reflects the lifestyle, issues and interests of people either living with a disability or caring for a person with a disability. 0 12:30 Te Karere 3 2 0 1:10 Infomercials 5:35 Te Karere 3 2 0
CHOICE TV 6am Benny Hinn 6:30 Location, Location, Location 7:30 Food Factory 8am Wildlife Warriors 8:30 Better Homes And Gardens 9:30 House Crashers 10am House Wreck Rescue 11am Auction Hunters PG 11:30 How To Haggle For A House 12:30 Hairy Bikers’ Best Of British 1:30 Days Of Our Lives PGR 2:15 Location, Location, Location 3:30 Food Factory 4pm Food Safari 4:30 The Cook And The Chef 5pm Candice Tells All 5:30 Celebrity DIY 6pm Wildlife Warriors 6:30 Bath Crashers 7pm American Restoration Mike and Frank travel the country looking for antique gold. 7:30 On Thin Ice Documentary following a team of three men in their epic race across Antarctica to the South Pole. 8:30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 9:30 Military Driving School PGR 10pm Autospeed 10:30 Twentysomething AO 11pm American Restoration 11:30 Hairy Bikers’ Best Of British
12:30 Benny Hinn 1am Food Factory 1:30 Celebrity DIY 2am Food Safari 2:30 The Cook And The Chef 3am Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 4am Wildlife Warriors 4:30 Bath Crashers 5am Military Driving School PGR 5:30 Autospeed
6am Creflo Dollar 6:30 Tiki Tour 0 7am Pac-Man And The Ghostly Adventures 0 7:25 The Penguins Of Madagascar 3 0 7:50 Ben 10 – Ultimate Alien 3 0 8:15 Franklin 3 0 8:40 Mike The Knight 3 0 8:50 Fireman Sam 3 0 9am Infomercials 11am Neighbours 3 0 11:30 Home And Away 3 0 Noon Shortland Street PGR 3 0 12:30 2 Broke Girls PGR 3 0 1pm Jeremy Kyle PGR 2pm Bethenny 3pm Melissa And Joey 3 0 3:30 Back At The Barnyard 3 0 4pm Lab Rats 4:30 The Erin Simpson Show 4:59 Horace In Slow Motion 3 5pm America’s Funniest Home Videos 3 0 5:30 Home And Away 0 6pm Friends 3 0 6:30 Neighbours 0 7pm Shortland Street PGR 0 7:30 Two and a Half Men 0 8pm Mike and Molly Molly joins her sister on a Spring Break road trip, with unfortunate results; Mike pulls some strings at work. 0 8:30 The Big Bang Theory PGR 0 9pm Cougar Town PGR 0 9:30 Tabatha Takes Over AO 0 10:25 Supernatural AO 0
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6am Sesame Street 3 6:55 Pingu 7am Sticky TV 3 7:30 Beyblade – Metal Fury 3 7:55 The Winx Club 8:25 Chuggington 3 8:35 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 3 8:45 Ready, Steady, Wiggles 8:55 Bob The Builder 3 9:05 Thomas And Friends 9:15 Peppa Pig 3 9:25 Wonder Pets 3 9:50 Humf 3 9:55 Infomercials 2pm Sesame Street 3 2:55 Peppa Pig 3 3pm Sticky TV 4:30 Four Live 6pm Sabrina – The Teenage Witch 3 0 6:30 Everybody Hates Chris 3 0
11:25 Happily Divorced PGR 3 11:55 Work It PGR 3 12:25 20/20 3 0 1:30 Infomercials 2:30 Army Wives AO 3 0 3:15 NY Med AO 3 4:05 Anderson Live PGR 5am Infomercials
11:10 NCIS AO 3 A navy commander’s murder leads the team to a manuscript, and a possible threat to classified military secrets. 0 12:10 Infomercials 5am Joyce Meyer 3 5:30 Infomercials
11:15 Excused AO 3 Dating show in which singles looking for love try to win dates before being eliminated from contention. 11:45 Infomercials
7pm The Simpsons 3 When Mr Burns closes the nuclear power plant and outsources the jobs, Homer must relocate to India. 0 7:30 Glee PGR 3 8:30 Grimm AO Plans for a dinner date between Nick and Juliette go awry; Nick and Hank investigate suspects who are being found dead – for the second time. 10:20 The Gates AO 3
7am Football – A-League (Replay) Melbourne Victory v Wellington Phoenix. 9am Cricket – International (Highlights) Bangladesh v New Zealand. 10am Re:Union (Replay) 11am Rugby – European Tour (Highlights) Japan v New Zealand. 11:30 Rugby League – World Cup (Replay) Tonga v Cook Islands. 1:30 Basketball – NBL (Replay) Wollongong Hawks v New Zealand Breakers. 3:30 Rugby – European Tour (Highlights) Japan v New Zealand. 4pm UFC Primetime 4:30 Motorsport – FIA World Touring Car Championship (Highlights) 5:30 Motorsport – FIA World Touring Car Championship (Highlights) 6:30 Rugby – European Tour (Replay) Japan v New Zealand. 7:20 Cricket – The Fire Inside A documentary following the Southern cricket team playing in the Last Man Stands cricket competition here in New Zealand. 8:20 L Cricket – International Bangladesh v New Zealand – Twenty20. From Sylhet Divisional Stadium.
11pm The Late Show With David Letterman A late-night comedy and talk show. Midnight Home Shopping 1:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 An irreverent daily sports and entertainment show. 2am Home Shopping
Midnight Golf Central 1am The Crowd Goes Wild 1:30 Sky Sport – What’s On 2am Football – A-League (Replay) Newcastle Jets v Central Coast Mariners. 4am Football – A-League (Replay) Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Heart.
THE BOX 6am NYPD Blue MVLS 6:50 The Simpsons PG 7:15 Pawn Stars PG 7:40 America’s Funniest Home Videos PG 8:05 My Name Is Earl M 8:55 The Pretender PG 9:45 Law And Order MV 10:35 CSI – Miami MV 11:25 CSI MV 12:15 SVU MV 1:05 NYPD Blue MVLS 1:55 My Name Is Earl M 2:45 The Pretender PG 3:35 Raw MC 6:35 The Simpsons PG 7pm Pawn Stars PG 7:30 CSI – Miami MV 8:30 NCIS MV 9:30 SVU MV 10:30 Law And Order MV 11:30 CSI – Miami MV
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SKY SPORT 2 7pm Te Kaea 3 2 7:30 Te Tepu Kaumatua share their wisdom on current affairs and news from a Maori perspective. (English subtitles). 2 8pm Te Irikura 3 8:30 Kowhao Rau 9:30 Whakatauki 3 10pm Te Kauta PGR 3 10:30 Native Affairs
Midnight Te Kaea 2 12:30 Closedown
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Midnight Nightmare Next Door M 1am Auction Hunters PG 1:30 Deadliest Catch PG 2:30 Deadliest Catch PG 3:30 Dirty Jobs PG 4:30 Howe And Howe Tech PG 5:30 Worst-Case Scenario PG
1:10 Biography – Kevin James PG 2009 Documentary. 2am Goodnight For Justice 3 – Queen Of Hearts PGV 2012 Western. 3:30 Get The Gringo 16VLS 2012 Action. 5:10 Goon 16VLS 2011 Comedy.
Mike and Molly 8:00pm on TV2
MOVIES GREATS 6:30 The Wedding Singer ML 1998 Comedy. Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Christine Taylor, Allen Covert. 8:15 The Making Of Public Enemies M 2009 Featurette. Johnny Depp and Christian Bale. 8:40 Little Miss Sunshine ML 2006 Comedy. Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin, Steve Carrell. 10:25 The Chronicles Of Narnia – Prince Caspian MV 2008 Adventure. Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley. 12:55 Captain Corelli’s Mandolin MV 2001 War. Nicolas Cage, Penelope Cruz. 3:05 The Wedding Singer ML 1998 Comedy. Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Christine Taylor, Allen Covert. 4:45 Ladder 49 MC 2004 Action. Joaquin Phoenix, John Travolta, Robert Patrick. 6:40 Signs M 2002 Sci-fi Thriller. 8:30 Wall Street PGL 1987 Drama. 10:40 The Wrong Man 18VLS 2006 Crime.
12:30 Ladder 49 MC 2004 Action. 2:25 Wall Street PGL 1987 Drama. 4:30 The Wrong Man 18VLS 2006 Crime.
0 Closed captions; 3 Repeat; 2 Maori Language. RATINGS: 16 Approved for persons 16 years or over; 18 Approved for persons 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
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6:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 An irreverent daily sports and entertainment show. 7am Deal Or No Deal 3 7:30 Home Shopping Noon The Doctors 1pm The Jeff Probst Show 1:55 Great Outdoors 3 2:55 Outnumbered 3 Mum is still convinced Jake has a secret; Ben is determined to enter a talent competition with a double act; surprise callers make life more difficult than usual for the family. 3:30 Harry’s Practice 3 4pm The Late Show With David Letterman 3 5pm Deal Or No Deal 3 5:30 Prime News 6pm Deal Or No Deal 6:30 Millionaire – Hot Seat Hosted by Eddie McGuire. 7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 Storage Wars Texas PGR 8pm Customs PGR 3 8:30 Under the Dome AO Julia discovers the truth of her husband’s disappearance, and unravels some secrets of Chester’s Mill; Maxine shows Barbie how she plans to take control of the town. 9:30 Shearing Gang PGR 10pm Bondi Rescue PGR 10:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 3
MAORI TV 10am Korero Mai 3 11am Toku Reo 3 Noon Korero Mai 3 1pm Toku Reo 3 2pm Ako 3 3pm Kete Aronui PGR 3 3:30 Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch 3 4pm Pukoro 2 4:30 Pukana 2 5pm Toi Whakaari 3 2 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 3 6:30 Ako 3
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6am Rugby – European Tour (Highlights) Japan v New Zealand. From Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium. 6:45 Rugby League – World Cup (Replay) Papua New Guinea v Samoa. From MS3 Craven Park in Hull. 8:45 L Rugby League – World Cup Tonga v Cook Islands. From Leigh Sports Village in England. 11am Golf Central Golfing action from New Zealand and around the world. Noon Golf – Champions Tour (Highlights) Charles Schwab Cup Championship. From TPC Scottsdale in Arizona. 1pm Golf – HSBC Champions (Highlights) Round Four. From Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China. 2pm Re:Union (Replay) 3pm Cricket – HRV Cup (Replay) Canterbury Wizards v Otago Volts. From Hagley Oval in Christchurch. 6:30 Sky Sport – What’s On 7pm Cycling – Tour Of Southland (Highlights) Stage Two – Invercargill to Bluff Hill. 7:30 The Dirt 8pm Cycling – UCI Track World Cup (Replay) From National Cycling Centre, Manchester. 10:30 Gridiron – Lingerie Football League Cleveland Crush v Baltimore Charm.
Midnight Sky Sport – What’s On 12:30 Boxing – Fight Night Gennady Golovkin v Curtis Stevens. 2:30 Cricket – International (Replay) Bangladesh v New Zealand – Twenty20. From Sylhet Divisional Stadium.
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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FULL STORY P17 Mid Canterbury’s Dwayne Burrows bursts into space for the Heartland XV with Jon Dampney in support against the New Zealand Defence Force in Methven. PHOTO JONATHAN LEASK 051113-JL-069
Big finish gets Heartland XV home BY JONATHAN LEASK
The Heartland XV started strongly, stuttered and then finished with a flurry to beat the New Zealand Defence Force 60-34 in a high-scoring game in Methven yesterday. The Heartland XV, made up of a selection of players from the Heartland Rugby Championship including Mid Canterbury’s Jon Dampney, Will Mackenzie and Dwayne Burrows, ran out to a
big early lead only to be hauled in by the Defence Force midway through the game with the scores drawn at 34-all. With the match in the balance the Heartland XV turned it on again, running in four unanswered tries to seal the win. The Defence Force scored first with a penalty before the Heartland XV ran in three tries in quick succession to East Coast flanker Riki Waitoa, North Otago prop Ralph Darling and East
Coast wing Whaimoto CraftChemis. West Coast first-five Tim Priest converted all three tries and landed a penalty for a 24-3 lead after 23 minutes. The Defence Force hit back with a converted try before Mid Canterbury loose forward Jon Dampney made a 50m run to score and Priest converted to take it out to 31-10. As a blow-out looked to be on the cards, the Defence Force scored two tries before halftime
to close it back to 20-31, and continued the momentum in the second half with another two tries to level the scores at 34-all, after Priest landed his second penalty for the Heartland XV. With 20 minutes left on the clock the game looked to be slipping away from the Heartland XV before they rediscovered the energy of the opening 20 minutes to run in four unanswered tries. Wanganui flanker Lasa Ulu-
kuta went over for the go-ahead try followed up by tries to East Coast centre TK Moeke’s, Mid Canterbury wing Dwayne Burrows and Craft-Chemis grabbed a brace with the final try, and Wairarapa Bush’s Glen Walters landed three of the conversions. The Heartland XV have their second and final internal tour match against the New Zealand Marist XV in Timaru on Saturday.
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