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Saturday, June 9, 2018
■ ASHBURTON COLLEGE
Students turn up at school cold, hungry BY KATIE TODD
A good breakfast and warm clothing are crucial to effective learning – but that’s not what all Ashburton College students seem to find, says deputy principal Ron Cresswell. He has issued a “friendly prompt” to parents after noticing a number of students arriving at school cold, wet and dressed in summer uniform, and a growing trend of students skipping breakfast. While he noted that the cold genuinely doesn’t seem to bother them, he said he can’t help but wonder how it helps them learn. He said he is also intrigued about the number of students who “just don’t do breakfast” before school. “It’s scientifically proven to be the most important meal of the day … I know I wouldn’t be able to work without it, anyway.” While both breakfast and clothing come down to the choice of students – “even if Mum tells them to get their coat,” – he said Ashburton College have a number of initiatives to cater for those in genuine need. “There’s always clothing and there’s always food.” The school host a Breakfast Club, where students
A group of Cantabrians claimed the title of ﬁrst on summit yesterday. From left: Ben Yorston, Lucy Appleton, Chloe Keijzer. Ben McKenzie, Gilbert Storer and Brendan Lindsay. PHOTO SUPPLIED
■ MT HUTT SKIFIELD Ron Cresswell can get a free hash brown and milo. Also gaining popularity is a table of food provisions at morning break, including home baking and supplies “donated by generous people in the community.” Cresswell said his advice for parents would be to check their children before they go to school. While that comes with inevitable complications, for example if the parents leave for work prior to children, he said he hopes children are able to make the most of their learning. “We like to take pride in looking after our students,” he said.
‘Absolute ripper’ of an opening BY KATIE TODD
Just hours after lifting the access gates yesterday, Mt Hutt Ski Area had already declared it one of the best openings yet. Over 1500 visitors flocked up-hill to make the most of bluebird conditions and one of the best opening snow bases in 10 years. “It’s been an absolute ripper of a day,” general manager of operations James Urquhart said. “I haven’t seen it this good in a long, long time – and I’ve been here for years.” For the first time in more than 20 years all lifts were operating on opening day. Free Amisfield bubbles, hot chocolates and live musical entertainment were flowing, while the first
punters to ride each chairlift were rewarded with congratulatory “First on Triple” t-shirts. Urquhart said he’d noticed a lot of cool Canterbury people among those on the mountain. “It’s such a good vibe. The atmosphere up here is just electric,” he said. “I think a lot of people just took a long weekend – and they’re ecstatic to be here.” In the lead up to opening, the mountain’s infrastructure received a number of improvements, including a 50 per cent increase in snowmaking capacity. Mt Hutt has also effectively doubled its snowmaking capacity for 2018. “We can now operate snow guns on the upper and lower sections of the mountain simultaneously,
Ski Area manager James McKenzie explained. “In the past we had to focus snowmaking on specific areas of the upper mountain due to pumping limitations.” Mt Hutt’s popular Sky High Café has also been renovated to speed up food and coffee service and create more space, and a 44-seat, 4WD bus is set to make car park shuttling more efficient. Urquhart said the weather had been kind over the past week, delivering a dusting of fresh snow on top of that produced by their snowmaking guns. Conditions are set to deteriorate slightly and attract less visitors over the next two days, but the tone is set for the season ahead. “For a first day it’s just been awesome,” he said.
Saturday, June 9, 2018
■ ASHBURTON MUSEUM
Plea for assistance overwhelming A plea by the Ashburton Museum for memorabilia from the old Tekau Knitwear factory in Ashburton has yielded a trove of garments, documents and memories. The factory, on Allens Road, employed 220 people at its peak and made quality woollen garments, but closed in 2007. Museum manager Tanya Robinson said a public request for information about the factory had been hugely successful. Items brought to the museum at a special Tekau morning tea last month will be used in an exhibition later this month. “It’s a really exciting story,” Robinson told Ashburton District councillors in her monthly report on Thursday. “We had the morning tea, which was almost a reunion for people who worked at the factory. We had three items, now we have had a huge amount of material brought in.” She said the office of senior curator Maryann Cowan now resembled part of the factory itself. Tekau Knitwear was started in 1931 by Frank and Gladys McIntosh and over its lifetime employed hundreds of people in the Ashburton area. “It is an important part of Ashburton’s history,” Cr Russell Ellis said.
Linda Ng and Tekau Knitwear factory manager John Moffat with Miss New Zealand contestants.
■ ASHBURTON POLICE
Counting the cost of thefts BY KATIE TODD
Theft remains the most common way people become victims of crime in the Ashburton District – and it’s costing us all, say police. Eight motorbikes, seven bicycles, five cars and one boat were among the stolen items reported to Mid Canterbury police stations between April 2017 and April 2018 by 637 individual victims of theft. The figures, obtained from police data, show an eight per cent decrease in thefts on the year before (694 victimisations), however Senior Sergeant Phil Dean said the figure is “still too high”. “On one hand there’s the cost to the individual, but there’s also the social cost,” he said. “We all end up paying more anyway, in the shops and through
our insurance premiums.” For crimes where the day and time could be pinpointed, Saturdays proved the most common and Tuesdays the least.
The Ashburton CBD was where most crimes occurred per capita, and Allenton west and Rakaia among the least. Dean said the most common
types of theft were petrol station drive-offs and shoplifting. Police were working with petrol stations around the country and encouraging them to operate on a prepay-only basis to lower the number of drive-offs. Dean said police were also working to tackle recidivist shoplifters, who were relatively uncommon in Ashburton, but could come from Christchurch to try their luck with our town’s retailers. However, that’s where networks become handy. For the past two years, Ashburton shopkeepers had been among those using an app to warn one another if they suspect a shoplifter is in their midst, he said. Other facial recognition technologies like AUROR were quickly gaining traction in supermarkets
and malls across Australasia, and held promise for the future. When it came to individual actions, Dean stressed the importance of reporting crime. “People see theft and yet don’t know what to do about it. We’d encourage them to phone us straight away and notify the shop themselves, or if they wish to stay anonymous call Crimestoppers [on 0800 555 111]” There was less under-reporting of crime in a town like Ashburton than a bigger city than Christchurch, he said – but the more police are aware of the better they can help tackle the true face of crime. “Right across New Zealand theft is one of those things that causes problems. We want to do anything we can do to reduce the risk,” he said.
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■ PLOUGHING COMPETITION
Ploughing gets competitive Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club member Gordon Carter, of Rakaia, helps prepare the ground for the club’s annual ploughing competition, to be held tomorrow. The winner of the event qualifies to compete in next year’s New Zealand Ploughing Championships, to be held at Chertsey on May 11 and 12. Tomorrow’s competition has attracted nine entries in the Silver Plough category, seven in vintage qualifying, seven in vintage open and two horse teams. Competitors are coming from as far afield as Southland and the North Island, and World Ploughing Association president Colin Millar will also be present. The bulk of the ploughing, which is being held on Christys Road (signposted from Beach Road) will be held from just after noon to about 2.30pm. Similar events are being held today in Hinds, and next weekend in Methven and Rakaia. PHOTO COLIN WILLISCROFT 070618-CW-005
Police get their man By Katie todd
A man has been positively identified following an appeal for information last week. Ashburton police were seeking any information on the identity of a man photographed at a local dairy, in relation to a recent crime spike involving thefts from vehicles. Detective Sergeant Leigh Jenkins said police are appreciative of the public’s help. “The man in the pictures has now been positively identified as a result of the enquiry, and will be placed before the courts,” he said. Police were unable to confirm what charges the
man will face, however this is expected to be known shortly. Ashburton police have recently reopened enquiry into a number of complaints about thefts from cars which took place earlier this year.
Lambing kicks off early Lambing got into swing over Queen’s Birthday weekend on Graham Matthews’ leased eight hectare block on the outskirts of Ashburton. The former farmer these days just runs a mob of about 80 poll Dorset Wiltshire cross ewes and he puts the ram in with them in early January. So far 40 of the ewes have lambed, producing 30 live sets of twins. The lambs will be drafted in October. Last year Matthews sent just over 70 lambs to Coalgate to be sold, where he received an average price of $150 a lamb. PHOTO COLIN WILLISCROFT 080618-CW-003
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We all want to improve water – MHV boss About a year ago Mel Brooks gave up her corporate banking job to take up a new position, based in Ashburton, as chief executive of MHV Water, one of the largest irrigation schemes in the country. When growing up, Brooks and her brother, like many of their generation, visited their farmbased cousins for lambing, tailing, duck shooting and shearing – times when family came together to work, laugh and reconnect. Fast forward many years and Brooks has reconnected with the Mid Canterbury community, this time as leader of the MHV Water team. The co-operative has 206 shareholders, all of whom are farmers who use the scheme’s infrastructure to deliver water to their properties. “We have a large infrastructure footprint and we also manage the environmental compliance of our shareholders,” Brooks said. “We take kaitiakitanga or guardianship of the land very seriously.” She said that over the years farming had unintentionally contributed to a deterioration in water quality and MHV Water wants to make it right. However, she admits to being frustrated when the media picks up on a sensationalised story or someone is looking to push their own agenda at the expense of farmers. “But there is very little we can do to influence that, so we just get on with what needs to be done,” she said. “Every person I have met wants an environment where water is safe to drink and swim in and where we have a thriving natural environment.” The Canterbury Land and Water Plan is pretty robust, Brooks said, adding that part of its strength is that it was a community-led response to improve water quality. “We operate in the Hinds
MHV Water chief executive Mel Brooks says the majority of farmers recognise the need for investment to improve water quality. PHOTO COLIN WILLISCROFT 300518-CW-008 plains and one of the key targets is that our farmers need to reduce their nitrate leaching by 36 per cent by 2035. This target, along with targeting nitrate levels in our waterways, is appropriate for us because nitrate has been identified as an issue in our area. “These will be a stretch and farmers know that more change is needed and they are up for the change. The actions that we take and the targets we have won’t be the right solution for all areas, farming isn’t a one-size-fits-all model, and across the regions urban and rural alike face different issues.” Every one of MHV Water’s farmers completes an annual
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Farm Environmental Plan, a comprehensive document that covers what they are doing and, importantly, what they are planning to do to further improve their environmental stewardship, Brooks said. It focuses on actions. “This year we also employed a groundwater hydrologist. He is helping us to build a better understanding of the groundwater, especially understanding the trends and changes occurring across the catchment, the more we know the better. “The local runanga, Arowhenua, have been great to work with, and I have immense respect for their kaumatua. “They challenge us and that is
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an important part of making sure we find a solution that works for everyone. Are we always going to agree? Probably not, but we do agree on the water quality outcomes we want to achieve, and that is a very good start.” The problems with water quality didn’t happen overnight, she said, and won’t be fixed immediately. “We need time to see the changes and improvement flow through and we recognise the clock is ticking and it is ticking faster and faster. “We are seeing a big effort going into understanding the science and technology that can assist. Cross-industry groups, universities and Crown Research Institutes are taking a collaborative approach and it is starting to provide some excellent outcomes. The focus is environmentally and economically sustainable farming practices.” “Broadening the pastures that we feed animals, breeding programmes, fertiliser applications, soil moisture monitoring applications, and integrated systems are some of the current work streams.” There has been change on the majority of farms, she said, including improvements in the efficient use of water, effluent management and application of nutrients to name a few. “Farmers recognise that they need to continue to invest to make things right. The thing that is most noticeable to me is not only the change in on-farm actions but also the change in mindset. “I am proud to be leading an irrigation scheme as we support our farmers in our quest for improved water quality. We are pushing the boundaries, challenging perceptions and making change. “Yes, we have some more work to do; yes, we are on the journey; and yes, we are going to make a difference.”
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All Black’s son hurt The young boy hurt at Auckland Airport on Thursday is the son of All Black Vaea Fifita, the All Blacks have confirmed. The boy, Paula, who turns two this month, was at the airport with family and was hurt on a conveyor belt. He is recovering in Middlemore Hospital. Vaea Fifita said: “He had an operation on his arm and is doing okay. My partner and I would like to thank airport, emergency services and hospital staff for all their support.” – NZME
Wrong medication A 1-month-old baby remains in a serious but stable condition after being given the wrong medication by a pharmacy. The baby was admitted to the Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) on Tuesday, after reportedly being given methadone by mistake at a Hawke’s Bay community pharmacy. A Hawke’s Bay District Health Board spokeswoman told the Herald the child was in a “serious-but-stable condition” and was recovering. “Clinicians are confident the baby will make a full recovery,” she said. – NZME
Fighting the bulldozer Protesters are braving freezing conditions to sleep in shifts around the clock in an historic Golden Bay grandstand that’s about to be bulldozed. The Tasman District Council has confirmed demolition of the 119-year-old Takaka grandstand will get under way on Monday, with a carpark by the new recreation centre set to replace it. Golden Bay Grandstand Restoration Society chairman Noel Baigent says it’s been well maintained over the years and meets 95 per cent of national building standards. “It seats 300 people and this is what we want to save,” he says. “Not just for the seats but for the historic value.” – NZME
Foundry on ﬁre Firefighters are trying to put out a fire in a foundry in Taranaki. The foundry is in Bell Block near New Plymouth. “We have two trucks in attendance working to extinguish a fire in a foundry,” said a spokesman for the Fire and Emergency service. – NZME
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■ UNITED WHEATGROWERS GRAIN COMPETITION
Local growers dominate awards Mid Canterbury grain growers cleaned up in this year’s United Wheatgrowers grain competition, with four of the five winners farming in the area. The top award – Wheat Grower of the Year – went to West Farms from Wakanui, with Andrew West also picking up the biscuit wheat award. Others from the region to pick up silverware were Tinwald’s David Millar, for feed wheat; Chertsey’s Chris Bell for feed wheat protein; and Dorie’s Dean Pye, for milling gristing wheat. Geraldine grower Guy Slater won the premium milling wheat award. The winners, announced at ceremony in Timaru on Wednesday night, were selected from 97 entrants running a variety of mixed cropping arable operations on dryland and irrigated land. Competition judge Syd Worsfold, who earlier this week was named Federated Farmers Arable Farmer of the Year, said it had been a tough job picking this year’s winners, with little separating the top entrants from one another across the key criteria of moisture, weight size, colour and appearance. He said there was a lot of deliberation among judges when it came to selecting the top three in most categories, although in the premium milling wheat class the outright winner was clear. Worsfold said irrigated crops were more likely to have had a better chance this year over nonirrigated, given the type of season growers had experienced right from the moment the crops were in the ground. “Initially we saw that very wet spring, where plants were not pushed for moisture stress, then from early October the dry weather really set in. We had about 60 days with no rain in the region and it was very hot, stressing the young plants, even those that were irrigated.” He said this had ultimately pushed most crop yields back throughout Canterbury. “In our case it took about 2
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Andrew West (left) and Guy Slater were two of the winners in the 2018 United Wheatgrowers grain competition. tonnes a hectare out of our yield this year.” The hot weather had also meant a significant amount of wheat was harvested before New Year, he said, something that was relatively rare. Craig Rodgers, seed manager at Ruralco, the competition’s major sponsor, said the competition is vital to showcase the skill and depth of the low-profile cropping sector. He also welcomed the 10 per cent increase in entries for this year’s competition over last year. “As a sector the arable industry is performing well above its weight, and the growers in this competition do much to high-
There was a lot of deliberation among judges when it came to selecting the top three in most categories
light the level of skill and passion they bring to the sector. The fact the winners this year are quite a different batch to last year’s highlights just how deep that pool of talent in the arable sector is. “The reward for us at Ruralco being involved is really about
playing a part in showcasing the sector and the farmers within it.” United Wheatgrowers director and competition organiser Michael Tayler welcomed the continuing support of a locally owned co-operative in showcasing a sector that often flew under
the radar in terms of recognition it received. “We have an exceptionally high standard of arable farmers in Canterbury and as a sector there is a deep level of talent there for growing crops, including wheat, that are held in high regard by processors and seed companies,” he said, adding that the competition is proving to be an excellent platform for New Zealand grain farmers to demonstrate the exceptionally high standards their relatively small sector can achieve. “We are identifying some really valuable niches within the sector that growers are proving very capable of working within.”
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Police accused of racial profiling The co-leader of the Green Party says her brother is regularly racially profiled by the police and she is followed in shops. Marama Davidson said her 42-year-old brother still gets pulled over for “random checks”, and cited racial profiling as a reason to not arm the police. She herself had often been followed when in shops by staff, particularly chemists. Davidson said her brother had been pulled over by police his whole adult life, including recently. “He was with his Pakeha friend, she freaked out at him being pulled over, he told her this was nothing new. She had no idea, was blown away,” Davidson tweeted. “My bro is a 42-year-old professional and community leader, but brown and gruff looking. This started when he was a teen.” Davidson added a hashtag to the social media posts - #DrivingWhileBrown. “My bro is privileged enough to have the tools to respond politely to ongoing, systemic racism. The burden falls on him to be proven innocent. For others of our people, they can’t live up to this burden … if we had armed cops, who knows …” Davidson told the Herald there
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson. PHOTO NEW ZEALAND HERALD
was ongoing research into racial profiling, and police themselves recognised the issue of “unconscious bias”. “It is ongoing and it is deeply rooted. And it is quite challenging to address.” Davidson said a way to change that was through projects like working with trainees at the Po-
lice College to discuss human rights and discrimination issues. However, a much wider effort was needed across all Government departments and agencies. “There has been some positive signs. But it is probably going to take at least a generation of sustained work at all levels to stamp out and have a zero tolerance to-
Fears terrifying, deadly craze could sweep country New Zealand emergency services and health officials have warned Kiwis not to partake in a dangerous, idiotic and potentially deadly craze that’s sweeping Australia. Terrifying footage has emerged of two men inhaling LPG gas from barbecue bottles before holding their mouths up to flames and breathing out fire. The dangerous stunts show fire engulfing the men’s heads as they breathe into exposed flames. In the first video, a Queensland man is seen huffing from the LPG bottle before breathing into a firepit. The man, whose mouth catches fire, is seen running away in fear before showing off in front of the camera. In a second video, captioned How to be a dragon, a young man is seen sitting around a table, inhaling toxic fumes from the gas bottle before putting a lighter to his mouth and breathing out flames. A man can be heard saying “he’s throwing flame throwers down his mouth” before a group laugh at the risky stunt. There are now fears the stunt, which has been described “idiotic, highly dangerous and potentially deadly”, could sweep New Zealand after Kiwis have been sharing the videos and encouraging others to give it a go. “Get our hands on a bottle and we’ll crack into it Friday night? Keen?” one person wrote. Others have described the dangerous stunt as “pretty styley”, “lit”, and called those who oppose it “a bunch of sooks”. A spokesperson for New Zealand Fire and Emergency told the Herald the consequences of the stunt are “not worth it”, and explained those who attempt it risk severely damaging their eyes, lungs, car-
wards racial bias and profiling.” On her comment about not arming the police, Davidson said not everyone on the receiving end of racial profiling would behave calmly or politely, and that risked escalation. “If we were to add into that equation guns, as we have seen in the States … it is people of colour and people on lower incomes who will be harmed in that interaction. We are fortunate we are not in that situation yet.” Davidson made the comments after linking to a Radio NZ story about Vuyiswa Tulelo, the South African High Commissioner to New Zealand, who said she was followed by a security guard every time she went to Countdown. Davidson is not the only political party leader to speak out against racial profiling. When in Parliament Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox spoke of racial discrimination her son had suffered at school. Fox has also spoken about how her daughters are regularly followed when they enter shops. In February the Herald on Sunday revealed a young man caught with cocaine had escaped charges after an unprecedented exploration of racial bias by the country’s second-highest court.
The man’s legal team had argued police had no basis to approach the man’s tidy, registered and warranted vehicle, and had only done so because its occupants were Pacific New Zealanders. Although charges were later dismissed, the Court of Appeal didn’t rule on whether racial profiling occurred. However, its judgment was the first to explicitly recognise racial profiling may take place among police, and well beyond. “There is ample research which shows that unconscious bias exists, though [for those not negatively affected] it is rarely obvious and easily overlooked,” the court stated. “Few who discriminate on the basis of race will admit it. Some will prefer to hide it. Most will be unaware of it and so will find the suggestion they do so insulting.” In response to the case, police strongly rejected the racial profiling allegation, but said training to combat “unconscious bias” was being stepped up. Police Commissioner Mike Bush in 2015 said Maori overrepresentation in offender statistics could be partly explained by unconscious bias among officers. - NZME
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bon monoxide poisoning, and could suffer serious or deadly burns to their body. The spokesperson said they have yet to receive a call over the dangerous stunt, and hopes they’ll never have to. Huffing LPG can cause dizziness, coughing, nausea, vomiting, skin irritation, fever and numbness. Prolonged exposure can lead to a coma, stroke and death, according to numerous health and government websites. When LPG is inhaled and exposed to flames, it can cause internal burns to airways and lungs, as well as other severe internal injuries and death. A Ministry of Health spokesperson told the Herald that reckless use of volatile substances could kill. “The misuse of volatile substances such as LPG is extremely dangerous and unwise. “Wrongful and reckless use of volatile substances, even those with a legitimate purpose such as LPG, can be life-threatening.” - NZME
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agpipes are one of the most difficult musical instruments to learn, something Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band members know only too well. When the band reformed after a break of about 10 years, among the influx of new members were some old-timers who had not played in public for decades. But there has hardly been a bung note among them, as enthusiasm has made up for any lack of practise and they, of course, have a vast amount of experi-
Reformation of the Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band has seen pipers picking up their instruments again after absences of more than 50 years. Susan Sandys reports. ence to fall back on. Errol Stewart and Bill Doak are among those reliving their youth. Aged 79 and 77 respectively, they joined the pipe band many moons ago as teenagers. It was in the 1950s and the stirring melodies of old Scotland were revered by crowds everywhere.
As much as they loved what they did, they both had to leave in later years as they set up homes and careers with their wives and growing families. The pipe band itself was put on hold about 12 years ago, shortly after celebrating its 100-year anniversary. However, new life was breathed into the group two years
ago, as the call of Highland tunes beckoned once more and former members came marching back. Stewart and Doak have learned about 35 new melodies, getting to play these alongside their old favourites at community events, A&P shows, Anzac Day ceremonies, competitions and fundraising events.
“You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing,” Doak said. They are generally accompanied by the third oldest member, Gary Green, 71, in the back row of the band. Green has a similar past in that he played the bagpipes as a
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Above – Happy to have the Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band back on its feet are (from left) Errol Stewart, Derrick Cullimore and Gary Green.
Above – “You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing,” say Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band members Bill Doak (left) and Errol Stewart. PHOTO SUSAN SANDYS 160518-SS-014
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Below – Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band members are enjoying being back on their feet and playing at events throughout Mid Canterbury. Back row, from left – Errol Stewart, Chris Jones, Gary Green, Paul Stewart, Simon Wallis, Bill Doak, Gavin Mowat, Ralph Tompsett, Iian Inglis, Colin Banks, Peter Doak. Front row – Paddy Ford, Fiona Maginness, Ian Willis, Chris Doak, Samantha Doak, Sam Willis, Ian Mowat.
Below – Errol Stewart’s great grandfather Peter Stewart (centre) was chief of the Ashburton County Scottish Society Pipe Band in 1913. PHOTO SUPPLIED
teenager, when he was a member of the Methven Pipe Band, and is now being challenged again as a new member after a break from playing in public of about 50 years. Making fingers do what the head told them to do was not so easy for pipers when they were out of practice, Green said. “We could read music, but (the hard part is) to learn to read it quickly again and play at the same time as reading,” he explained. Pipe bands traditionally have three rows of four pipers each,
and at Green’s first time playing in public with the band after it reformed, he was put in the back row alongside Doak and Stewart. Ever since the trio has decided they want to stay in the back row and they call themselves the “back-row boys” accordingly. “We have sort of developed a friendship and just enjoy playing beside each other,” Green said. The two society members responsible for getting the band going again are pipe band chairman and former drum major Derrick Cullimore and pipe major
Peter Doak. Cullimore said it had been a lot of hard work, but well worth it. “It gave me a hell of a lot of pleasure to see it reformed,” he said. There had been things to do such as refreshing uniform supplies and scouting around for instruments held by former members, something members continue to be on the look-out for. Getting somewhere to meet and practise had not been a problem, with the band having continued to use its hall on Creek Road for
teaching. Cullimore goes back many years with the band and was among those who helped build the rooms in the first place, in the 1950s. “We had just got back from a concert in Southbridge and stood the walls up,” he said. The band meets at the hall on Monday nights and members range in age to as young as 15. Cullimore said he hoped more younger ones would come on board to ensure a strong future. The band has many family connections, some going back
to its very early years following formation in 1905. Stewart’s great grandfather Peter Stewart was a chief of the band, while his grandfather Thomas Stewart played in the first pipe band that marched down East Street. Today he is a member of the band alongside his son Paul Stewart, who also plays the bagpipes. And Peter Doak, who is a cousin of Bill’s, is among members of three generations playing in the band, with his son Chris Doak and granddaughter Samantha Doak also members.
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nd then, just like that, our quiet little part of the world breathed life. Yesterday, just like it is every other year, marked the start of Mid Canterbury and, in particular, Methven’s busiest time of the year. The opening of Mt Hutt is always the first sign that the tourism dollar is about to become high and mighty in the district as thousands upon thousands of snow-hunters flock to the region in search of fresh powder and clean trails. It’s an exciting time to be out and about. All of sudden, after the subtle calmness that comes with the warmer months, things are alive again. The streets have people walking
down them, there’s a really strong buzz around the place and things are good. Ski season means business for so many people and not just in the recreational sense. Businesses will notice a spike in trade with more people coming through the doors and a higher exposure to products and services due to the increased population. Our cafes and restaurants will be fuller, the line at the super-
market will be that little bit longer and you might have to wait an extra few minutes to get across an intersection as traffic flows its way through the district. But the price is minimal to pay for the vibrancy that the ski season brings and we are lucky that we live in an area such as this that has something that is such a people magnet. People from all over the world travel their way into our region each year to work or play on Mt Hutt and always go home telling wonderful stories about their time on our land. For all the tourism investments we make, there’s nothing quite like the word of mouth from those who have already been and experienced and ensuring that
those people go home charged with excitement and the right information to pass on should be a paramount role for our tourism operators looking ahead to the future. The mountain isn’t everyone’s cup of tea – but it seems as though everyone understands just how important the role is that it plays in our district each year and long may that understanding continue. Shaking those lazy summer day blues would be a hard task without the hype and excitement that surrounds the white stuff up on top of the mountain, that’s for sure. Mt Hutt is a world-renowned ski resort. Rated the best in New Zealand, yesterday’s opening day for the crew of staff and manage-
ment was a huge success – right across the board. With the best base of opening day snow they’ve had for years, the canvas was perfect and the word will quickly spread, which should in turn result in more people making their way up to the slopes. There’s also the added bonus, if you enjoy the mountain that is, that there’s more bad weather on the way. At this time of the year that means smiles all around up the mountain with any inkling of snow-like weather on the ground resulting in a decent dumping up top. For the mountain’s sake, let’s hope next week’s proposed snowfall is a belter.
an elaborate Shinto religious ceremony. The science-fiction film Jurassic Park, directed by Steven Spielberg, had its world premiere in Washington DC. Ten years ago: Scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico unveiled an IBM supercomputer named Roadrunner, a $100 million machine capable of performing 1000 trillion calculations per second in a sustained exercise. Five years ago: Risking prosecution by the US government, 29-year-old
intelligence analyst Edward Snowden was revealed as the source of The Guardian and The Washington Post disclosures about secret American surveillance programmes. Rafael Nadal became the first man to win eight titles at the same Grand Slam tournament after beating fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in the French Open final, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3. Kinky Boots was named best musical at the Tony Awards; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike won best play. One year ago: Tennis star Venus
Williams’ SUV was struck by a car at an intersection near her home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; the collision fatally injured the car’s passenger, 78-year-old Jerome Barson. Actor Adam West, TV’s Batman, died in Los Angeles at age 88. Today’s birthdays: Comedian Jackie Mason is 90. Rock musician Mick Box (Uriah Heep) is 71. Mystery author Patricia Cornwell is 62. Actor Michael J. Fox is 57. Actor Johnny Depp is 55. Actress Gloria Reuben is 54. Gospel singer-actress Tamela
Mann is 52. Rock musician Dean Felber (Hootie & the Blowfish) is 51. Rock musician Dean Dinning is 51. Musician Ed Simons is 48. Actress Keesha Sharp is 45. Bluegrass singer-musician Jamie Dailey (Dailey & Vincent) is 43. Actress Michaela Conlin is 40. Actress Natalie Portman is 37. Actress Mae Whitman is 30. Actor Lucien Laviscount is 26. Thought for today: “The public! the public! How many fools does it take to make up a public?” — Nicolas Chamfort, French writer (1740-1794). – AP
TODAY IN HISTORY Today is Saturday, June 9, the 160th day of 2018. There are 205 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On June 9, AD68, Roman Emperor Nero committed suicide, ending a 13-year reign. On this date: In 1588, construction began on the present-day Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy, with the laying of the first stone; the structure was completed in 1591. In 1732, James Oglethorpe received a charter from Britain’s King George II to found the colony of Georgia. In 1870, author Charles Dickens died in Gad’s Hill Place, England. In 1934, the first Walt Disney animated cartoon featuring Donald Duck, The Wise Little Hen, was released. In 1943, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Current Tax Payment Act of 1943, which reintroduced federal income tax withholding from paycheques. In 1954, during the Senate ArmyMcCarthy hearings, Army special counsel Joseph N. Welch berated Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wis, asking: “Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?” In 1973, Secretariat won the Belmont Stakes, becoming horse racing’s first Triple Crown winner in 25 years. In 1978, leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints struck down a 148-year-old policy of excluding black men from the Mormon priesthood. In 1986, the Rogers Commission released its report on the Challenger disaster, criticising Nasa and rocket-builder Morton Thiokol for management problems leading to the explosion that claimed the lives of seven astronauts. In 1993, as millions of Japanese watched on television, Crown Prince Naruhito wed commoner Masako Owada in
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onsider: the latest Colmar Brunton poll tells us the National Party has 45.2 per cent support and Labour, 42. However, the National leader, Simon Bridges – the man with too many irrelevant syllables cluttering his mouth – has a mere 9 per cent following as “preferred Prime Minister”. On the other hand, Jacinda Ardern – the girl with the golden smile – has a 40 per cent rating from the public as the woman they want to be their PM. Ardern, you may recall, is about to make a temporary exit from the political stage as she is soon to have a baby. She will be replaced in office, for as long as her confinement and its immediate aftermath may take, by one, Winston Peters, a 72-year-old maverick politician of sustained invective, studied subtlety, remarkable longevity and still leader of his own party, NZ First. You will, I am sure, also remember that at last year’s election he and his followers gleaned a mere 7 per cent of the national vote, entitling them, remarkably, to nine list members in Parliament. Along the way, Peters himself lost his electorate seat of Northland, “sensationally” won the year before. Despite these obvious set-backs and the paucity of party colleagues, and under the flawed system of MMP by which we have the misfortune to be governed, when the electoral dust had settled, it was Winston who emerged holding the balance of power in the Beehive. I have it from yet another “reliable source” (to whom I have unfettered access) that the man himself was “delighted”. Much of the rest is recent history in which Winston backed Labour to form an administration – with the paper-thin assistance of the ailing Greens – and, for his pains, was rewarded with the plum positions of foreign minister and deputy prime minister. Have you also heard the whisper that news of Jacinda’s impending motherhood was “leaked” at a very early stage and
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when Winston became aware of this unexpected development he realised, in a lightning flash, that a stand-in PM would thus be needed, which, in turn, made his agreement to go into coalition with Labour even more “a no-brainer”. His reward for that decision is, therefore, about to come to fruition. (Although it is obvious Jacinda is showing understandable reluctance to hand the job over to Winston and will not be leaving the field until she absolutely has to.) Now, we are about to arrive at the moment when Peters achieves – after years of trying, but invariably finding the last centimetres of the greasy pole too slippery to grasp – the very pinnacle of that pole. As Jacinda is under the watchful eye of the midwife, Winston (fanfare) becomes Prime Minister, albeit in a temporary capacity only. Ironically, Peters’ ascent to the dizzy heights of the ninth floor of the Beehive coincides exactly with the sombre figures from Colmar Brunton’s poll that NZ First now “enjoys” only 2.4 per cent electoral support, which equates to Peters not even being in Parliament. He will thus be known as the Precarious PM who really shouldn’t be experiencing such a lofty elevation. Despite his flimsy foundation, however, Peters is unlikely to be fazed and will no doubt govern with well-dressed dignity and
much aplomb. It will be interesting to see whether he has his own votecatching agenda to give the sort of appeal which will bring about a resurgence in support for his party. Unless Jacinda has a most unfortunate post-birth problem, I can’t see there being time for Peters to flash his smile and lure the lost punters back into the fold. What Peters will certainly have to face is mycoplasma bovis, by which our dairy industry is currently threatened. Whether such matters are within the soon-to-be acting PM’s area of expertise is, at present, unrecorded, but he may well have ideas of his own on how this mountainous challenge might be tackled. Real PM, Ardern, and her Government, have committed themselves to eradicating the disease over the next 10 years despite there being no other country on the planet that has ever successfully rid itself of the infection. Is that a brave step in the circumstances, or a foolhardy one that will cost us millions to no effect? In those immortal words – possibly made famous by Donald Trump – “we shall have to wait and see”. We must hope the decision to eradicate M. bovis turns out to be money better spent than that wasted on decontaminating methampetamine-affected
houses, which we are now told has been a colossal and entirely unnecessary expenditure and that no-one who experienced the fumes of the drug was ever in any sort of danger from the minute amounts of residue left behind. A remarkable outcome and a warning that “modern wisdom” is not infallible. Thus, an up-to-date assessment of the situation as Ardern’s confinement approaches, Peters polishes his shoes and combs his wavy locks and the Greens shiver as winter looms. A National leader with a healthy party lead, but his own following in the “negligible” quartile, a pregnant PM with 40 per cent voter approval, a Green Party teetering on the cusp of oblivion and a temporary Prime Minister who shouldn’t be there at all. Can that really be the democracy we all swear by? “We shall have to wait and see!” The views, opinions, positions or strategies expressed by the author and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, positions or strategies of the Ashburton Guardian Co Ltd or any employee thereof
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Summit ‘about attitude’ Heading into his North Korea summit with characteristic bravado, President Donald Trump said that “attitude” is more important than preparation as he looks to negotiate an accord with Kim Jong Un to denuclearise the Korean Peninsula. Preparing to depart Washington for next week’s meeting, Trump dangled before Kim visions of normalised relations with the United States, economic investment and even a White House visit. Characterising the upcoming talks with the third-generation autocrat as a “friendly negotiation,” Trump said, “I really believe that Kim Jong Un wants to do something.” Trump’s comments came as he looked to reassure allies that he won’t give away the store in pursuit of a legacydefining deal with Kim, who has long sought to cast off his pariah status on the international stage. The North has faced crippling diplomatic and economic sanctions as it has advanced development of its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes. “I don’t think I have to prepare very much,” Trump said. “It’s about attitude. It’s about willingness to get things done.” Declaring the summit to be “much more than a photoop,” he predicted “a terrific success or a modified success” when he meets with Kim on Tuesday in Singapore.
Legally Blonde 3 Reese Witherspoon has confirmed there will be a Legally Blonde 3. The actress, 42, slipped back into Elle Woods’ pink sequin bikini to announce the news on Instagram yesterday. The film is said to be “coming together quickly” with Reese in her original role, as well as the original creative team, 17 years after the original movie, the Daily Mail reports. Seen unwinding on a blue pool lounger, Reese instantly reverted to her alter-ego Elle, the sorority queen-turned-successful lawyer. Sharing a GIF of her sailing across an outdoor pool, actress Reese simply teased: “It’s true... #LegallyBlonde3” Ahead of a planned summit on Tuesday, June 12, in Singapore between President Donald Trump and North Korean autocrat Kim Jong Un, there has been talk of complete denuclearisation. PHOTO AP know the negotiation did not take sanctions off.” He said the talks would start a do well, frankly.” Trump, who coined the process to bring about a resoAt another point, he said it term “maximum pressure” lution to the nuclear issue. was “absolutely” possible he to describe US sanctions “I think it’s not a one-meetand Kim could sign a declaagainst the North, said they ing deal,” he said. Asked how ration to end the Korean War. would be an indicator for the many days he’s willing to stay The 1950-53 conflict ended success or failure of the talks. to talk with Kim, Trump said, with an armistice but not a “We don’t use the term any“One, two three, depending formal peace treaty. more because we’re going on what happens.” Trump spent yesterday into a friendly negotiation,” Still he predicted he’ll know firing off a dozen unrelated Trump said. very quickly whether Kim is tweets – on the Russia inves“Perhaps after that negotiaserious about dealing with tigation and other subjects – tion, I will be using it again. US demands. before meeting with Japanese You’ll know how well we do “They have to de-nuke,” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to in the negotiation. If you hear Trump said. “If they don’t detalk about summit preparame saying, ‘We’re going to use nuclearise, that will not be tions and strategy. - AP maximum pressure,’ you’ll acceptable. And we cannot
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Mum jailed after letting men rape daughters A Georgia mother-of-three has been sentenced to 20 years behind bars for allowing men to rape her two daughters for money. Morgan Summerlin, 25, admitted last month she would take her children to the home of Richard “Pop” Office, 78, where she would wait in the living room while he raped her 5-year-old daughter and had her 6-year-old massage his feet. After the girls’ ordeal, he would give them each $100, which was then given to Summerlin, the MailOnline reported. The Fulton District Attorney said the girls were told to call Office “Pop” and the man gave drugs to Summerlin. After pleading guilty in May, Summerlin was sentenced to 20 years without parole, and a further 10 years on probation after her release. Her attorney told the Fulton Superior Court Summerlin herself was sexually abused as a child, and appeared to sug-
As Summerlin left the court room, she blew a kiss to the family members who were sitting in the room. gest her actions were a consequence of her own trauma. The Georgia woman’s children are now in the custody of a family member, who was in court earlier this week. Summerlin was charged with raping and trafficking a person for sexual servitude, cruelty to children and enticing a child for indecent purposes.
Office was earlier found guilty of rape, child molestation, trafficking a person for sexual servitude, enticing a child for indecent purposes and sexual battery. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 146 years. Another man the girls were taken to visit, Alfredo Trejo,
was convicted in February of rape, child molestation, sexual battery, enticing a child for indecent purposes, trafficking a person for sexual servitude and aggravated child molestation. “It is difficult to imagine facts more horrific than those found in this case,” Chief Senior Assistant District Attorney Irina Khasin told news station WSVN. “I am hoping these two little girls can somehow survive this abuse and grow into healthy adults who can lead a productive and fulfilling life.” The girls’ grandmother, Teresa Davidson, has also pleaded guilty to cruelty to children after she failed to act when they told her they were being abused. She was sentenced to five years, but one year was struck off as time served and the rest will be served through probation. As she was led to a jail cell after her sentencing, Summerlin blew kisses to her family who sat in the courtroom. - NZME
Kiwi actor in Mulan remake New Zealand actor Yoson An has won a key love-interest role in Disney’s liveaction remake of the 1998 animated film, Mulan. Slated to begin shooting in New Zealand and China in August, the film is also directed by a Kiwi, Niki Caro. The movie follows the story of Hua Mulan (played by Liu Yifei), a young woman who disguises herself as a man so she can take the place of her ageing father when he’s conscripted into the military. An’s character, Chen Honghui, is a cocky, handsome army recruit who initially sees Mulan as a rival. On discovering she is a woman however, his feelings towards her change.
Actor found dead Sons of Anarchy star Alan O’Neill has died at the age of 47. The Irish-born actor was discovered by his girlfriend in the hallway of her apartment in Los Angeles early on Wednesday evening, local time. According to TMZ, O’Neill — who starred as Hugh in the hit series in season six and seven from 2013 to 2014 — had been suffering from chronic heart problems and was a heavy smoker. He also reportedly had a history of “alcohol and drug abuse”. While no official cause of death has been released, TMZ reports that “no foul play is suspected” and that his body will undergo an autopsy.
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Woman lost in bush six nights A South Korean backpacker was rescued after falling from a mountain and spending six nights stranded in steep Australian wilderness. She was suffering from dehydration and exposure but was relatively unscathed, officials said. Joohee Han, 25, was last seen at a supermarket in the town of Tully in tropical Queensland state on Thursday last week before telling a friend by phone the following day she was going for a walk at nearby Mount Tyson in a national park that morning, Police Inspector Steve Kersley said. She had hiked to the mountain’s top and taken photographs of the view before slipping and falling unconscious for hours, Queensland Ambulance Services flight paramedic Hannah Gaulke said. “She managed to crawl and scrape her way through the bushland, which was really tough terrain,” Gaulke said.
South Korean backpacker Joohee Han, 25, (centre), is assisted to a hospital after being rescued by helicopter, on Thursday, in Tully, Queensland, Australia. Han became stuck after reaching a rocky waterfall, where she waited for six days before being
reached by rescuers. “She couldn’t actually proceed further and had no way to get
back out,” Gaulke said. She had been missing for five days before friends reported her missing on Wednesday and a search was launched, Kersley said. Her shouts for help were heard on Saturday by a member of the public, who only informed police on Thursday after learning of the search. She was found on Thursday by soldiers and police who cut through dense forest to reach her, Kersley said. “Six days is a long time to be lost in the bush, particularly when you’ve got no bush skills,” Kersley told reporters. “She’s done well to survive.” She was winched from the forest by a rescue helicopter, which took her to Tully, where she was assessed at a hospital. She was wearing long trousers, a long-sleeved shirt and had a raincoat that helped her keep warm, Kersley said. - AP
Nasa finds ‘building blocks for life’ in Mars lakebed Nasa’s Curiosity rover has uncovered signatures of an environment on the red plant that may once have been habitable. In two studies on data collected by the Mars rover over the past few years, scientists have identified an abundant source of organic matter in the ancient soil, and traced some of the planet’s atmospheric methane to its roots. The findings could help to guide the search for ancient microbial life and improve our understanding of seasonal processes on Mars. Nasa revealed details on the latest findings in a press conference yesterday. The announcement may not be the detection of life itself, but the findings address factors that are “fundamental to our search for life”, explained Paul Mahaffy, director of the Solar System Exploration Division at Nasa’s Goddard Space Flight Centre,
The Mars Curiosity rover was initially intended to be a twoyear mission to help answer if the planet could support life, has liquid water, and to study the climate and geology. during the conference. The organic molecules identified in the Curiosity samples were found in rocks from an ancient lakebed, explained lead author and astrobiologist Dr Jennifer L. Eigenbrode.
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of molecules that resembled organic-rich sedimentary rock found on Earth, according to the team, including thiophene, 2- and 3-methylthiophenes, methanethiol and dimethylsulfide. “Those organic molecules could have come from life,” Eigenbrode said, “but we don’t know that there was ever life on Mars. So those specific molecules are not evidence of life.” Instead, the researcher explained, these molecules could be traced to non-life sources, such as meteorites. “What were looking at here are a lot of layers that were put down in an ancient lake,” Eigenbrode said during the press conference, addressing the as-yetunknown origins of the newly detected organic matter. “That lake had been there for a long time – hundreds of thousands, maybe millions of years. - NZME
Queen’s sister dies The younger sister of Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has died at her home in the Argentine capital, reports say. Inés Zorreguieta was 33 and is understood to have taken her own life. She was bridesmaid at her sister’s wedding to then Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander in 2002 and is godmother to their youngest daughter, 11-year-old Princess Ariane. Queen Maxima, a native Argentinian, was “very shocked and very sad” at her sister’s death, the royal house said. She has cancelled her forthcoming engagements. - BBC
Search efforts halted Rescuers suspended search and recovery efforts yesterday at villages devastated by the eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire, leaving people with missing loved ones distraught and prompting some to do the risky work themselves with rudimentary tools. Climatic conditions and still-hot volcanic material were making it dangerous for rescuers, and also 72 hours had passed since Sunday’s eruption. That’s the window beyond which officials earlier said it would be extremely unlikely to find any survivors amid the ash, mud and other debris that buried homes up to their rooftops. - AP
Pippa’s pregnant Pippa Middleton is following in her sister’s footsteps — she’s about to be a mother. The younger sister of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, revealed the “happy news” of her pregnancy and says she has passed her first trimester. This will be the 34-year-old’s first child. She married hedge fund manager James Matthews in 2017. Her sister Kate had her third child Prince Louis earlier this spring. - AP
Kilauea changes coast Lava from the Kilauea volcano that flowed into Kapoho Bay has created nearly two kilometres of new land and officials with the US Geological Survey said the flow is still active and there’s no way to know when the eruption will end or if more lava-spewing vents will open. The fast-moving lava poured into low-laying neighbourhoods this week, destroying hundreds of homes. - AP
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An Auckland property investor and developer has told victims of properties where meth has been smoked to clean their houses with sugar soap or other common cleaners. David Whitburn, an ex-lawyer who was also Auckland Property Investors Association president, said the alarm over meth cleanup in lightly contaminated places was unnecessary. “If meth has just been smoked there, the levels will be lower and that means you can use products like sugar soap, bleach and other household cleaning agents bought at supermarkets for just a few dollars,” he said. - NZME
Turner new Sanford boss with us for decades pace of change since likes Netflix, Spotify, Air BnB and Uber arrived has accelerated rapidly. Perhaps more importantly the template for disrupting an industry is now more widely understood by investors pushing billions of dollars of capital towards tech start-ups. Traditionally you valued a company on its discounted cashflow on the assumption it would make profits and profits would grow,
Taylor said. Now many of the biggest and most successful stocks are companies – like New Zealand’s Xero – that don’t make profits and aren’t even aiming to yet. “They are a challenge because if the growth stops there is no profitability or dividends to fall back on. You rely on the company continuing to grow at a faster and faster rate and continuing to acquire customers.” But the big growth stocks couldn’t be ignored by serious in-
Sanford has appointed Katherine Turner as the new chief financial officer of New Zealand’s largest listed seafood company. Turner has worked for 25 years in various finance roles, almost 12 years of which were with the country’s largest company, Fonterra Cooperative Group, where she was most recently commercial director for Fonterra Brands, New Zealand’s biggest fast-moving consumer goods business responsible for brands such as Anchor, Mainland, Fresh’n Fruity and Tip Top. - NZME
vestors because the performance had been so strong, he said. “We are in that golden age of disruption where these old world industries are getting disrupted,” he said. There were risks around the longevity of the new tech players and whether they could make it to profitability but typically once an industry was disrupted once it was less likely to be disrupted again – to the same extent, he said. - NZME
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The now-condemned Yarrow Stadium. That was in reply to a series of questions sent to Fletcher Construction which asked: • What warranties or guarantees were there on the Fletcher work there and how long do they last for? • What seismic strengthening was put into the buildings, particularly the West Stand where ground stability of the bank beneath was found to be a significant earthquake risk? • What geotech work was done by FC (or a contractor) on the ground conditions before construction? • Has Fletcher looked at the work it did there lately and what has it found? Did it contribute to the report done on this which resulted in the closure? • Had any independent reports been commissioned by FC on this? In reply, the spokesperson said Fletcher Construction was not directly involved in any on-going
role with the stadium and had not seen the report which has resulted in the stadium being closed. “We have not seen a copy of the report and are not involved in any investigations,” the spokesperson said. On Wednesday, the Taranaki Stadium Trust said the area’s rugby team was now without a home after its buildings were condemned because of safety issues. “A safety-first approach is behind the decision to make Yarrow Stadium in New Plymouth unavailable as the Mitre 10 Cup home base for the Yarrows Taranaki Bulls in 2018,” the statement said. “Reports into the West Stand were commissioned after a November report found the stadium’s East Stand was earthquakeprone,” it said. The facility had been lauded as the world’s third-best rugby stadium, better than Twickenham, Eden Park or Wellington’s Cake Tin. - NZME
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Fletchers keeping their distance Fletcher Construction says it wasn’t involved in the design or assessment of geotechnical issues at New Plymouth’s Yarrow Stadium, which has since been shut on account of being dangerous. Fletcher built the stands in 2002 in an upgrade of around $16 million but only 16 years later, those have been deemed unsafe after investigations into seismic and geotechnical issues. However, a Fletcher spokesperson said yesterday the scope of the construction contract was limited and the business was not involved in any geotechnical investigations at the grounds at the time it carried out the work. Mike Nield, a Taranaki Stadium Trust trustee, said: “The entire stadium is now shut: both stands and the terraces. But the facilities have not been condemned and no decision has been made about the future of the facility.” Because people were no longer allowed into the Yarrow Stadium, Nield said it would be acceptable to say it was dangerous but he took strong issue with reports that the facility was condemned. No decision had been taken about what to do next, he stressed, and no buildings were condemned. The Fletcher spokesperson said the company did not design the stands. “We can confirm that for the East Stand project and the West Stand extension project we had build-only contracts. “We were not contracted to undertake design or geotech work on either project,” the spokesperson said.
Sugar soap will do it
This week Twitter entered the S&P 500 index on Wall Street – replacing 20th century, old economy giant Monsanto. Another tech stock Netflix will replace Monsanto – which has been taken over by Germany’s Bayer – on the S&P 100. It was just the latest example of a growing trend that is changing the make-up of markets around the world and increasingly the way investors need to look at stocks, says PIE Funds chief executive Mike Taylor. “In 1965, tenure of S&P 500 companies was 33 years,” he says. “In 1990 it was 20 years. “It’s forecast to drop to around 14 years in the near future and 50 per cent of the companies in the S&P 500 will be replaced in the next 10 years.” The new entrants will almost inevitably be dominated by high tech “software as a service” (Saas) companies – or what are sometimes known as cloud computing providers. While the internet has been
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Up for the challenge BY ERIN TASKER
over a 220m elevation gain as well, so you’re pretty much straight up for the last 1km.” But once she got to the top and could see the finish and hear the crowd, the pain disappeared. She said there were no real points during the race where she questioned what she was doing. “I think there was maybe the final checkpoint at around 42km and you’re in around the bottom of the cliffs and the only way out is up,” Mulligan said. “I just said to myself ‘I’m getting out of these mountains’. “It was a wee lightbulb moment.” She’d set off with no real expectation of how she’d fare. There were 5000 people competing and starting in waves in both the 50km and 100km ultramarathon races and Mulligan had spoken to Ashburton GP Mick Tarry, who had previously done the 100km race, for tips and advice. She was pleased with her time of seven hours and five minutes, but felt she could do better, and that played a part in her plan to go back again next year. Ultra-marathon running wasn’t for everyone, but Mulligan loved it. She said training for events required determination and resilience and that spilled over in to other areas of life. “You’ve created I guess this thing where if you can deal with running 50km or even your first half marathon, you’ve got these strategies in place that you can use in your personal life, too,” Mulligan said. Her training doesn’t stop with the Blue Mountains Ultra done and dusted. There’s her fourth Kepler Challenge to prepare for in December and the Motatapu Ultra in March next year, and in the meantime if she could bring her personal best half marathon time down, that’d be a bonus.
Ashlea Mulligan had only just finished a gruelling 50km race through Australia’s picturesque Blue Mountains, when plans of a return trip next year started forming in her head. It had taken Mulligan, a 27-yearold Ashburton oral health therapist, seven hours and five minutes to get from the start to the finish of the 50km Ultra-Trail Australia race through the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, two hours inland from Sydney. It was tough, physically and mentally, but Mulligan had made the trip over for the challenge and the beauty of the location, and was determined to make the most of it, thinking it would be something she’d only do once. But straight away, she reconsidered. “After the race I thought ‘I’ve done it, that’s fine, it’s all done and it’s over’, and then I was like, actually, maybe I might just go back … potentially it’s on the cards,” Mulligan said. She’d always been a keen runner, but it wasn’t until after university that she began transitioning to trail running. She started with half marathon type races and slowly built up to longer distances. Three years ago she completed her first Kepler Challenge, described as the jewel in New Zealand’s mountain running calendar. She has now competed in the 60km Kepler Challenge for the past three years in a row and had an aim of doing five in a row. “Ever since that, I’ve enjoyed it, and I’d look around for races that I might like to do and I remembered seeing this one in the Blue Mountains on TV, honestly five or six years ago, and thought I’d love to do that,” Mulligan said. “It just looked so beautiful, the mountains just looked gorgeous and I couldn’t think of anywhere else that I really wanted to go so desperately.” When she got there last month, she wasn’t disappointed. The race started off at 1000m elevation, so it wasn’t warm, but Mulligan was prepared for that. “When we were racing you dropped down right into the cliff, into the bottom, so it was cold but
Ashlea Mulligan in action during the 50km Ultra-Trail race through Australia’s Blue Mountains. PHOTO SUPPLIED
it was a beautiful day,” Mulligan said. Competitors made 2300m of el-
evation all up over the race. “The final 1km of the race is apparently dreaded by everyone,
and I’d have to agree it wasn’t the best. “You have to climb up 951 stairs
Ashlea Mulligan has an Instagram page where people can follow her running exploits. You can find her on Instagram under we_run_it.
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In brief Hesson ‘best we’ve had’ Former Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum, when asked about Mike Hesson, put it simply: “I regard him as the best coach the Black Caps have ever had”. McCullum was controversially appointed by Hesson, replacing Ross Taylor early in the coach’s tenure in 2012 – a move which ended up paying dividends. McCullum believes Hesson will be a man in demand. “You’d imagine he’ll have a few offers to sift through.” - NZME
Breakers star in NBA Shea Ili’s star keeps rising in the basketball world. The 25-year-old New Zealand Breakers point guard has been invited to a NBA mini camp with the Dallas Mavericks, following a season where he continued his substantial improvements. The 2017/2018 campaign saw Ili named the Australian NBL’s Most Improved Player, and made the Asia Cup’s All-Star Five with the Tall Blacks. He is currently on track to be the New Zealand NBL MVP, and the rash of accolades has now led to his first crack at the NBA. - NZME
Trbojevic brothers clear
Mt Somers A’s Kylie Copland takes a pass during her side’s narrow loss to Methven A.
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Methven hangs tough By Erin TaskEr
Methven A had to withstand a final quarter comeback from Mt Somers A to pick up a valuable win in Thursday night’s latest round of Mid Canterbury Netball’s ACL premier one competition. New club Mt Somers A took to the court at the EA Networks Centre with a slightly different line up to what they had in their first two appearances in premier one after earning promotion to the top flight thanks to winning the first round of premier two. With key defender Kate Cairns away Mt Somers were lacking some of their usual height in defence, moving mid-courter Sarah Paton to goal defence in her absence. Methven got out to an early 3-0 lead and held on to that slender advantage, leading 11-7 at quarter time and then 20-17 at halftime. A late flurry of goals in the third quarter saw Methven move out to 29-22 at three-quarter time, but Mt Somers weren’t down and out. After moving Paton back to her preferred mid-court role and putting Shannon Johnson in at goal defence to add some height and put pressure on Methven’s shooters, Mt Somers steadily clawed their way back into the game and got within two goals, 32-30, with four minutes on the clock.
But Methven weren’t giving up that easy and picked themselves up and moved back out to 36-31, and they would’ve been glad they did. Mt Somers had one last charge left in them and got back to 36-34 before time ran out. Although disappointed to lose their second on the trot, Mt Somers player/coach Kate Oliver said her side was pleased to pick up a bonus point which could come
with the pressure the way we should’ve and made some silly errors in that last quarter,” Clemens said. Meanwhile on the next court, College A continued to go from strength to strength, picking up a 38-24 win over United A. United A coach Claire Smitheram said the College shooters were on top of their game. “We had a strong first quarter and start of the third quarter
We were pretty pleased with how we played. It was a 100 per cent match, everyone was giving it their all
in handy given how tight things were in the middle of the table. “We were pretty pleased with how we played. “It was a 100 per cent match, everyone was giving it their all,” Oliver said. Methven player/coach Leanne Clemens said consistency was the key for her side going forward. They tended to have lulls in their games and they couldn’t afford to do that against teams like Mt Somers as that was when their skilled heads kicked in. “We probably didn’t cope
but made far too many errors throughout the rest of the game,” Smitheram said. “We struggled with ability on attack, choice of passes and discipline on defence.” College A coach Kaye Kennedy had to make last-minute changes to her line up due to an injury during the warm up, and now had three girls struggling with ankle injuries. But she said her side’s defensive end worked well against the experienced United A, creating opportunities for Mia Pearson to nab intercepts from goal keep.
“Our fitness, speed and agility I feel gave us the edge, particularly our mid-courters, along with some fantastic shooting by both Hayley Tallentire and Sophie Beveridge,” Kennedy said. Celtic A also had to deal with a last-minute injury ahead of their game against Hampstead A, with mid-courter Julia McLeod injured in the warm-up just a couple of minutes before the game was due to start. But Celtic weren’t ruffled and got out to an 11-6 first quarter lead and continued building to go away with a 34-18 win. Hampstead coach Janene McDowell said her side was playing catch-up from the start. “Celtic played a fast attacking game and we had plenty of opportunities with missed shots and turnovers throughout the court not being converted into the score-line,” McDowell said. Celtic were held to less than 30 goals for the first time in the competition last week against College A, and coach Angela Leadley said they’d lifted their game. They converted turnovers with sharp feeding into the circle helping their shooting stats. The win meant Celtic were still yet to be beaten this season, with just two games remaining in round two. Netball takes a break next week due to the national indoor bowls championships being held at the EA Networks Centre.
After a week staving off wintry Christchurch weather, Manly have been warmed by the arrival of the fit and firing Trbojevic brothers. Coach Trent Barrett confirmed victorious NSW State of Origin siblings Jake and Tom Trbojevic have been cleared to play in today’s NRL clash with the Warriors. The pair are raring to go according to former Blues playmaker Barrett. - AAP
Rumours rubbished The Sydney Roosters have reiterated their support for their oftcriticised forward pack, rubbishing rumours of interest in Martin Taupau and Aaron Woods. Woods is only six months into a fouryear NRL deal with Canterbury. However, he is rumoured to be free to leave should he find a better offer due to the Bulldogs’ salary cap mess. - AAP
Origin stars to back up The Sydney Roosters expect to have their full complement of State of Origin stars for today’s NRL clash with Newcastle. Coach Trent Robinson said Latrell Mitchell, James Tedesco, Boyd Cordner and Dylan Napa would be required to get through the captain’s run but was confident they would back up. “I expect them all to play in some capacity,” Robinson said. - AAP
Bellamy undecided Melbourne skipper Cameron Smith is adamant coach Craig Bellamy has not made up his mind on his NRL future ahead of tomorrow’s showdown with Brisbane. All eyes will be on Bellamy and opposite Wayne Bennett ahead of the blockbuster clash with the careers of the two super coaches up in the air. The Broncos have reportedly tabled a four-year offer worth $5 million for Bellamy to join the Broncos from 2019, despite seven-time premiership-winner Wayne Bennett having a year to run on his deal. The Storm have launched a three-year counterbid in an attempt to keep him in the Victorian capital. - AAP
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Whitelock ‘good to go’ All Blacks skipper Sam Whitelock hasn’t played for four weeks due to concussion but he’s declared himself ready to lead his side on to Eden Park against the French tonight. “I’ve had a couple of weeks where I haven’t played,” said Whitelock, who is standing in for regular captain Kieran Read. “It’s frustrating – I always want to be out there if I’m 100 per cent fit or even if I’m not.” After leading his side on their final training run of the week on a sunbathed Eden Park pitch, Whitelock added: “I’m really excited about getting out there [against France]. “The confidence is where it needs to be. “I’ve been lucky enough to have been in this environment a couple of times so I just need to back myself and my ability. “At times I’m going to be blowing hard but I think that’s normal no matter where you are in a test match.” Brodie Retallick’s absence due to a chest injury could be keenly felt but helping Whitelock cope
with the added intensity of test rugby in the second row is Crusaders teammate Scott “Scooter” Barrett, a 24-year-old who has matured into a quality forward with an extremely high workrate. “Scooter has been going really well – he’s really stepped up over the last couple of years. “People are really starting to take notice now. “The best thing having someone out there I’ve played a lot with. “That gives me that confidence to do my own thing because he’s playing so well.” The 29-year-old Whitelock, who has played 96 tests, said he didn’t expect the All Black machine to be too rusty. “Once we’ve got in it’s been great and obviously those camps have allowed this week to be a bit smoother than it’s been in the past.” Of the French, he said: “You’ve got to be prepared for anything – no matter if it’s at the scrum, lineout maul, or the expansive play they’ve been playing lately.” - NZME
Baby Blacks into semis New Zealand will play in yet another U20 Championship semifinal after beating Australia 27-18 to top their group yesterday. The defending champions advanced to the final four for the tenth time following a tight encounter in Perpignan, France. New Zealand will play France in the semi-finals on Wednesday, while England and South Africa will clash in the other semi-final. - NZME
Boks’ stars named Willie le Roux and Faf de Klerk have been named in South Africa’s starting XV for the first test against England in Johannesburg. Wasps fullback le Roux and Sale halfback de Klerk have been star performers this season in the English Premiership and, alongside Duane Vermeulen – who has just left Toulon – are the only Europeanbased players selected. - PA
All Blacks skipper Sam Whitelock is wary of the French visitors.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes Irish superstar Johnny Sexton will be seething about a shock demotion for tonight’s series opener. Sexton has been benched in favour of Joey Carbery, one of six changes from the team that completed a Six Nations grand slam. Joe Schmidt has also chosen to rotate out Cian Healy, Sean Cronin, Tadhg Furlong and Devin Toner. - PA
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Ashburton bowlers Grant Wilson, Michael Lawson and Matt Markham
■ INDOOR BOWLS
Bowlers gird for action Ashburton will go on the national stage for all in sundry to see today with the start of the New Zealand Indoor Bowls National Championships at the EA Networks Centre. Up to 1000 people will flock to the district for the annual championships and this year’s event is the first time Ashburton has played the role of host region – a massive undertaking for a sport dwindling in numbers locally. But through the hard work of the local association, the event looks set already to be a major success, with good entries and an outstanding venue in which the competition is to be played. And for Ashburton Indoor Bowls Association president, Michael Lawson, it will be the culmination of years of planning. “This process started a long time ago when we first registered an expression of interest to host the event,” he said. “And as time has gone on the dream has slowly but surely
turned into reality and the work that has gone in, particularly over the past few months, has been huge and we’ve been lucky to have such great offers of help and support from all around the district.” Split into two competitions, an open event and a Masters event, the tournament runs the entirety of the next week, with bowls on offer every day, including two special events as well. On Wednesday selected teams representing both the North Island and South Island will lock horns in the Academy and Masters event and then on Thursday night four selected players from each region will compete in a District Challenge at the Ashburton MSA. For Lawson, the week comes as a multi-faceted one for himself. Not only is he the man at the helm of the host region, he’s also vice-president of the sport’s governing body, New Zealand Indoor Bowls, and on top of that
TODAY: Singles Qualifying – Two rounds of the Open event and one round of Masters. TOMORROW: Singles Post Section Open and Masters MONDAY: Pairs Qualifying Open and Masters TUESDAY: Pairs Post Section Open and Masters WEDNESDAY: Triples Qualifying Open and Masters & North v South Island Academy and Masters Event THURSDAY: Triples Post Section Open and Masters – New Zealand District Challenge at Ashburton MSA FRIDAY: Fours Qualifying Open and Masters SATURDAY: Fours Post Section Open and Masters he’ll be out on the mats trying, like everyone else, to win a title. “There’s a bit to do and a bit to organise, but once you’re on the mat, it’s all about playing bowls,” Lawson said. Lawson isn’t just there to make up the numbers either. He’s fresh off claiming his first North Island Championship title last weekend in Rotorua and forms some strong combinations throughout the week with some of
the best players in the country. He’ll play triples with current New Zealand representatives, Daniel French and Simon Thomas as well as playing pairs with French too. In the fours he combines with French and his partner, Keri Te Tamaki and Ashburton’s Matt Markham. Lawson, French and Markham finished runner-up in the fours event last year in Taupo.
More than 100 entries have been received from the Ashburton District alone, by far it’s biggest representation at the National Championships with a huge portion of those coming in the Masters section. “The Masters’ section has really grown in stature and with good numbers again this year it will be another keenly contested competition throughout the week. “The open sections are tough too. “There’s some seriously talented groupings in some of the sections, which will make for pretty interesting viewing all week,” Lawson said. Methven’s Martin Nordqvist, who finished runner-up in the Masters singles at Mt Manganui two years ago, will be a leading local hope in the same event over the next two days. Play begins this morning with the qualifying stages of the singles before post-section play tomorrow.
Locals in action at the national championships Singles Open Event: Cameron Ellis, Jeff Nowell, Jeremy Markham, Ken Mackenzie, Grant Wilson, Matt Markham, Russell Ellis, Colin Gilbert, Michael Lawson, Chris Talbot, Murray Bassett. Masters Event: John Gibbs, Cecil Tubb, Bill Allnut, Jackie Gilbert, John Cuthbertson, Martin Nordqvist, Tom Palatchie, Graeme Chapman, Merv Gilbert, Gaynor Hurst, Jenny Nordqvist, Maurice Sunbeam, Neil Atkinson, Mark Sheard, Neill Chapman, Ken Johnston, Winston Lee, Selwyn Munro, Graham Ranson, Jim Stewart, Geoff Laird. Pairs:
Open Event: Ken & Rowena Mackenzie, Michael Lawson & Daniel French, Blair Spicer & Matt Markham, James Sullivan & Jeremy Markham, Grant Wilson & Fiona Keegan, Rosemary Bennett & Chris Talbot, Colin & Jackie Gilbert, Russell Ellis & Marilyn Holmes, Neil Atkinson & Adrienne Richards. Masters Event: Jim Stewart & John Gibbs, Maurice & Ann Sunbeam, George Anderson & Graham McKee, Martin & Jenny Nordqvist, Merv Gilbert & Betty Beck, Graeme & Neill Chapman, Cecil Tubb & Charlie Cleghorn, Geoff & Bernice Laird, Winston Lee & Bill Alllnut, Mark Sheard &
Helen Rennie, Kevin & Gaylene Smith, John Cuthbertson & Peter Guildford, Graham Ranson & Ken Johnston. Triples Open Event: James Sullivan, Matt Markham & Jeremy Markham; Chris Talbot, Neil Atkinson & Adrienne Richards; Simon Thomas, Michael Lawson & Daniel French; Tony Fenemor, Janet Fenemor & John Gibbs, Ken Mackenzie, Rowena MackenzIe & TBC; Merv, Colin & Jackie Gilbert; Grant Wilson, Fiona Keegan & Murray Bassett. Masters Event: Winston Lee, Cecil Tubb & Bill Allnut; Geoff Laird, Maurice Sunbeam & Bernice Laird; Donald Bell, Maureen
Eaden & Joan Hardy; Martin Nordqvist, Jim Stewart, Jenny Nordqvist; Barry Chapman, Graeme Chapman & Neill Chapman; Mark Sheard, Joyce Cleghorn & Helen Rennie; John Cuthbertson, Kevin Smith & Gaylene Smith. Fours Open Event: Tony Fenemor, Janet Fenemor, John Gibbs & Tom Palatchie; Russell Ellis, Marilyn Holmes, Cameron Ellis & TBC; Brandon Fuge, James Sullivan, Linda McCurdy & Jeremy Markham; Grant Wilson, Fiona Keegan, Murray Bassett & William Wilson; Ken Mackenzie, Martin Nordqvist, Rowena Mackenzie & Jenny
Nordqvist; Merv Gilbert, Colin Gilbert, Jackie Gilbert & Betty Beck; Daniel French, Michael Lawson, Matt Markham & Keri Te Tamaki; Rosemary Bennett, Chris Talbot, Neil Atkinson & Adrienne Richards. Masters Event: Mark Sheard, Gaynor Hurst, Lester Hurst & Helen Rennie; Donald Bell, Joyce Cleghorn, Maureen Eaden & Joan Hardy; Winston Lee, Charlie Cleghorn, Cecil Tubb & Bill Allnut; John Cuthbertson, Kevin Smith, Gaylene Smith & Sue Guilford; Barry Chapman, Graeme Chapman, Neill Chapman & Maxine Chapman; Geoff Laird, Maurice Sunbeam, Bernice Laird, Ann Sunbeam.
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Invercargill harness Today at Ascot Park Raceway
Invercargill Harness Racing Club Venue: Ascot Park Raceway Meeting Date: 09 Jun 2018 NZ Meeting number: 7 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 8, 9 and 10 1 11.10am WANT A FREE SHARE IN PLEASE SHUDDUP? HCP TROT $8000, 3yo+, non-winners & up to r50 spechcp trot, stand, 2700m 1 42773 Pegasus Hanover (1) fr ........... M Williamson 2 4Px22 Fancy Woman (2) fr..............S Tomlinson (J) 3 P8047 Janucci Girl (3) fr............................ P Hunter 4 89008 Noble Gamble (1) 25 ......................... S Lock 5 96095 The Badger (2) 25 .......................... K Franks 6 81506 Glendhu Gem (1) 35 ..................R McIlwrick 7 46303 Ambro Ameigo (2) 35 ............. J Morrison (J) 8 00284 Nottingham K Two (3) 35................H Hunter 9 00255 Crusher Collins (U1) 35 .......... N Williamson 2 11.35am PLEASE SHUDDUP ONLY $80 A MONTH MOBILE PACE $8000, up to mr45 mob. pace, 2200m 1 07900 Akris (1) fr ......................................... S Lock 2 25625 Complete Package (2) fr ............... B Barclay 3 76890 Shindal (3) fr .......................... J Morrison (J) 4 83768 Bettors Atom (4) fr................S Tomlinson (J) 5 62847 My Blue Heaven (5) fr ..............B Williamson 6 79572 Pete’s Dash (6) fr ......................M Hurrell (J) 7 0x8x0 Ben Washington (7) fr ................C Ferguson 8 50402 Doubt Me Not (8) fr ................ S Walkinshaw 9 57060 Dismara (21) fr ...........................R McIlwrick 3 12.00pm CONTACT PETER KETT 03 215 6206 MOBILE PACE $8000, non-winners 3yo+ mr45 to mr50 mob. pace, mobile, 2200m 1 930 Tact Miesha (1) fr .....................C Faithful (J) 2 85665 Bush Man (2) fr ....................... M Williamson 3 07720 Be Holme By Three (3) fr ........ N Williamson 4 8988 Ivana Legacy (4) fr ........................ A Armour 5 2 Glens Of Tekoa (5) fr .............. S Walkinshaw
6 6 American Mac (6) fr ..........................A Beck 7 87 The Naenae Express (7) fr..............R Swain 8 04540 Rakagem (8) fr .............................. B Barclay 9 Southin Excuse (21) fr ...................K Larsen 10 3000x Key Reactor (22) fr ...............S Tomlinson (J) 4 12.35 THANK YOU ALASDAIR HENRY HANDICAP TROT $10,000, r51 to r80 discrhcp trot, stand, 2700m 1 42335 Scarlett Lane (1) fr ........................ B Barclay 2 867x1 Cuddly Trouble (2) fr ........................R Swain 3 55275 Miss Bamboocha (3) fr ...............R McIlwrick 4 04261 Thunder Buddy (U1) fr .............. C Purvis (J) 5 64107 Lynette The Vet (1) 10 .........................G Lee 6 78184 Grace O’Malley (2) 10 .................... P Hunter 7 0006P My Amour (U1) 10............... K McNaught (J) 8 32163 Ace Commander (1) 20.............M Hurrell (J) 9 41176 Rydgemont Milly 20 ..................... Scratched 10 66753 Grey Power (1) 30 ................... N Williamson 11 25492 Splash Cola (U1) 30................ M Williamson 12 23D31 Trouble Giero (1) 40 .............S Tomlinson (J) 5 1.07pm THANK YOU JUDY PANAGIOTIDIS MOBILE PACE $8000, non-winners 2yo+ f&m mob. pace, 1700m 1 4 Allaboutdreams (1) fr .................... B Barclay 2 x8009 Country Swing (2) fr ...................... A Armour 3 55786 Driftin Away (3) fr .................... M Williamson 4 22254 Fun Sponge (4) fr .......................... K Barclay 5 7x2 Sadhana (5) fr ......................... N Williamson 6 09604 Theodora Hope (6) fr ........................A Beck 7 40x0 Miss Munro (7) fr .............................R Swain 8 06649 Razcal Alley (8) fr .......................R McIlwrick 9 39x32 Divine Justice (21) fr ......................K Larsen 10 8 Also Jaccka (22) fr ...................B Williamson 11 25444 Rakamoo (23) fr ........................E Barron (J) 12 x3233 Stay Aboard (24) fr .....................C Ferguson 13 09009 Fleur Galleon (25) fr .......................... S Lock 6 1.47pm bMAC SHEETMETAL MOBILE PACE $8000,
3yo+ r47 to r50 mob. pace, mobile, 2200m 1 80827 Triple VC (1) fr ............................C Ferguson 2 72139 The Bull Pen (2) fr ................... M Williamson 3 70542 One Direction (3) fr .....................B McLellan 4 20666 Ansett Flight (4) fr .......................... P Hunter 5 67054 Zenola’s Art (5) fr .......................... K Barclay 6 41687 Lady’s Lass (6) fr...................... T Robertson 7 02735 Loma Jaccka (7) fr ........................ B Barclay 8 7900x Chilli Franco (8) fr.....................B Williamson 9 7x672 Miss Fandango (21) fr ..........S Tomlinson (J) 10 93583 Magnetic Watch (22) fr ........... S Walkinshaw 11 58857 Sheezus (23) fr ....................... N Williamson 7 2.22 RYAL BUSH TRANSPORT LTD MOBILE PACE $10,000, r55 to r70, r71 to r72 with cond. 2200m 1 33532 Shelby Bromac (1) fr .........................A Beck 2 53488 Grace Burns (2) fr ......................... K Barclay 3 0x101 Elva Jaccka (3) fr .......................... B Barclay 4 P4156 Whata Razzle Dazzle (4) fr .......M Hurrell (J) 5 63204 Ossessione (5) fr......................B Williamson 6 14542 Jabali (6) fr ............................. S Walkinshaw 7 50276 Pass The Speights (7) fr..............B McLellan 8 09225 Young Conqueror (8) fr J Campbell (J,.....Cl) 9 96093 The Manipulator (21) fr ........... N Williamson 10 45301 Tiziano (22) fr .......................... M Williamson 8 2.57pm LIFE MEMBERS NUGGET FINAL MOBILE PACE $12,000, 3yo+ up to & incl r58 mob. pace, 2200m 1 00521 Coolhand Easton (1) fr ..............M Hurrell (J) Brad Williamson drives Dodgethebul2 6 Love The Blues (2) fr .......................R Swain let in the last at Invercargill today. 3 1 Born To Boogie (3) fr ..................... B Barclay 4 x3370 Running On Empty (4) fr .............B McLellan 5 6413 Little Rain (5) fr ........................B Williamson 10 0453 Ranga Roc (U1) fr ......................... K Barclay 6 55731 Unloaded (6) fr ............................... P Hunter 9 3.31pm THANK YOU LESTER PAY MOBILE PACE 7 0410 Schweinsteiger (7) fr ............... M Williamson $8000, 3yo+ r40 to r46 mob. pace, mobile, 2200m 8 33161 I’m Trouble (8) fr .........................R McIlwrick 1 05324 El Dinero (1) fr............................C Ferguson 9 79455 Broadway Banner (21) fr ................H Hunter 2 90099 Honey Cullen (2) fr .........................K Larsen
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81843 Dachy (3) fr ............................. N Williamson 46954 Magnate Mara (4) fr ............................G Lee 33665 Gotta Good Looker (5) fr ..... K McNaught (J) 78582 My Georgie Boy (6) fr ..................... P Hunter 08800 Rahuri Badlands fr ....................... Scratched 46285 Misty Memory (7) fr ........................H Hunter 64478 Iwanadancewitsumbody (21) frM Williamson 09603 Bold Ruler (22) fr........................... B Barclay 86790 Kagee VC (23) fr .................... S Walkinshaw 72069 Annie Fitz (U1) fr ....................... C Purvis (J) 10 4.11pm FIRST MEETING HERE NEXT SEASON 22 SEPT MBL PACE $9000, 3yo+ r51 to r54 2200m 1 20516 Dodgethebullet (1) fr ................B Williamson 2 04231 Gotta Be Downtown (2) fr.............. K Barclay 3 33897 Rockaball (3) fr .............................. B Barclay 4 47769 Some Excusesomewhere fr ......... Scratched 5 02195 Navajo Art (4) fr...................... J Morrison (J) 6 99144 Repartee (5) fr ..................................A Beck 7 7360x El Capitan (6) fr ..................... J Campbell (J) 8 63040 Franco Huntington (7) fr ......... S Walkinshaw 9 05782 Bettor B Ready (21) fr ............... C Purvis (J) 10 69192 I’mallaboutthebase (22) fr ..........C Ferguson 11 51818 Cast A Shadow (23) fr............. M Williamson 12 44401 Canardly Remember (24) fr .... N Williamson SELECTIONS
Race 1: Ambro Ameigo, Crusher Collins, Fancy Woman, The Badger Race 2: Complete Package, My Blue Heaven, Doubt Me Not Race 3: Be Holme By Three, Glens Of Tekoa, Bush Man Race 4: Trouble Giero, Splash Cola, Ace Commander, Grey Power Race 5: Allaboutdreams, Divine Justice, Rakamoo, Stay Aboard Race 6: One Direction, Loma Jaccka, Triple VC, Zenola’s Art Race 7: Pass The Speights, Young Conqueror, The Manipulator Race 8: I’m Trouble, Born To Boogie, Schweinsteiger, Ranga Roc Race 9: Dachy, Gotta Iwanadancewitsumbody, Misty Memory Race 10: Repartee, I’mallaboutthebase, Cast A Shadow
Today at Trentham Raceway
Wellington RC Venue: Trentham Meeting Date: 09 Jun 2018 NZ Meeting number: 4 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 8, 9 and 10 1 10.50am (NZT) PAK’NSAVE UPPER HUTT MAIDEN STEEPLECHASE $10,000, MDN STP, 4000m 1 Px762 Adequacy m (1) 68..........................M Cropp 2 25x07 Lonely Boy (5) 68 ....................L Douglas (3) 3 48x09 My Magician m (9) 68 ..................... C Studd 4 xF3Lx Zamora (6) 68 ...................W Gordon 5 50x94 Who Can Tell m (4) 68 ........ J Seivwright (3) 6 36PPx Dalriada (2) 68 ..............................H McNeill 7 42x99 Gagarin m (7) 68 .................... Shaun Fannin 8 57x56 Our Jackson m (3) 68...................... I Lupton 9 Px51F Perry Mason mb (8) 68 ..................... A Kuru 2 11.20 GEE & HICKTON MAIDEN HURDLE $10,000, MAIDEN HURDLE, 2500m 1 8900x Henry Tudor m (9) 68 ........................ A Kuru 2 240x0 Kiddo m (5) 68 .................... J Seivwright (3) 3 86x03 Ringmaster b (7) 68 ............... Shaun Fannin 4 x812x Crash Bandicoot mb (1) 68 .............M Cropp 5 77x00 Blazing Opal m (3) 68 ..................... C Studd 6 x3x99 Crikey Cron m (4) 68 ...............L Douglas (3) 7 08x79 J’Walke m (8) 68 8 x748P St Ransom m (6) 68 ........................G Walsh Shaun Fannin will be looking for a 9 857x0 Bigredmoon (2) 68 ...................D Jensen (3) good day out at the Wellington meet3 11.51am KS BROWNE HURDLE $50,000, OPN HDL, ing at Trentham today, starting with 3200m 1 86x01 The Shackler tdm (3) 69 ................... A Kuru Gagarin in the first on the card. 2 P344x Kings Deep tm (1) 68.5 ................... I Lupton 9 41x25 Game Percy m (8) 65 ............. Shaun Fannin 3 x90x9 Wee Biskit tm (9) 67 .................... B Lammas 10 x8083 Notabadrooster m (2) 65 .................M Cropp 4 2x700 Mailly dm (6) 65 5 Fx060 El Corby m (10) 65 ..........................G Walsh 11 08x37 Hesalljazz m (11) 65 .................J Seivwright 6 4x858 Ngatira Gold m (7) 65 ..................... C Studd 4 12.26 FASTTRACK INSURANCE AM $22,500, Rat7 64365 Thatz David tm (5) 65 ...................H McNeill ing 65 Benchmark*, 2200m 1 21Px4 Lacustre m (8) 71.5 ................. S Wenn (am) 8 x4212 It’s A Wonder tmb (4) 65 ..............W Gordon
2 L6x03 Highly Likely dm (12) 71......... H Parkes (am) 3 7x907 Hutch (3) 70.5 ....................C Roughan (am) 4 8x610 Counter Attack (5) 70 ............N Jensen (am) 5 407x7 Fort Knox dm (10) 69 ........B Rogerson (am) 6 70x09 Georgethefifth 69 ......................... Scratched 7 x0022 The Huntsman m (13) 69 ....... J Lupton (am) 8 1x905 Whoshotmymate m (2) 69.......E Quinn (am) 9 08016 Bella Margarita (7) 67.5 ........E Taiaroa (am) 10 3365x Mandalay dm (6) 67.5 ..Scotty MacNab (am) 11 70109 Onawing t (9) 67.5 ...............L Wheeler (am) 12 411Lx Amanood Lad m (14) 67.5 M Northcott (am) 13 89009 Class Above m (4) 67......Sarah Fannin (am) 14 75069 Magic Wonder (15) 66.5.......C McLean (am) 15 60230 Burlone (11) 66.5 ....................C Isdale (am) 16 5666x Cartagena (1) 66.5 17 08x79 J’Walke m (16) 66.5 Emergencies: Burlone, Cartagena, J’Walke 5 1.01 RAT TAT PLATE 2YO MAIDEN $10,000, MAIDEN 2YO, 1000m 1 Chasing Returns (1) 57.5 ............ C Johnson 2 Mallard Drake (4) 57.5 ................... J Parkes 3 22 Tutta La Classe b (8) 55.5 .............L Allpress 4 5x Love Potion (3) 55.5 ......................M Tanaka 5 Car Pie (7) 55.5...............................R Myers 6 Miss Nibbles (6) 55.5 ...............M Singh (a3) 7 Really Leica (5) 55.5 .................. A Shin (a4) 8 Viva La Platinum (2) 55.5 ............ R Hannam 6 1.35pm IRVINES MCGREGOR GRANT STEEPLECHASE $50,000, OPEN STP, 4000m 1 43355 Sea King tdm (9) 71 ............... Shaun Fannin 2 221x1 Wise Men Say dm (10) 70............... I Lupton 3 08355 The Big Opal tdmb (3) 67................ C Studd 4 58652 Just Ishi tdm (2) 66 ....................... D Jensen 5 81xL3 Thenamesbond m (6) 65...........J Seivwright 6 9Fx52 Zardetto dm (5) 65 ............................ A Kuru 7 PPx24 Shamal m (7) 65 ...........................H McNeill
8 3x427 Chocolate Fish d (4) 65............... B Lammas 9 72x99 Kings Kite m (1) 65 .........................G Walsh 10 Px93P Fair Script d (12) 65 ........................M Cropp 11 P344x Kings Deep tdm (11) 65 12 x0221 Venerate (8) 65 ............................W Gordon 7 2.10pm JENNIAN HOMES WELLINGTON MAIDEN $10,000, MAIDEN, 1400m 1 x5842 Penticoup b (8) 58.5 ....................... J Parkes 2 7330x Dezzy Mac (12) 58.5 .....Sarah MacNab (a2) 3 0x8x4 Flagdown (1) 58.5 ................ M McNelis (a4) 4 8900x Fateful (6) 58.5 ............................ C Johnson 5 Stroke Of Luck (2) 58.5 ........ T Johnson (a2) 6 2 Chosen Peak b (10) 56.5 ................R Myers 7 447x3 Weare Rocking (3) 56.5 ............ D Hirini (a2) 8 9x677 Cassino To Trieste (11) 56.5..........L Allpress 9 Divine Princess (4) 56.5 ...... C O’Beirne (a3) 10 Gold Flake (5) 56.5 ..................... R Hannam 11 0x906 In Dreamland (13) 56.5 .........C Waddell (a4) 12 77760 Madam Makfi (14) 56.5 .........M Hudson (a3) 13 80x Thedevilwearsprada (7) 56.5 ...M Singh (a3) 14 8 Zedabel Lass (9) 56.5 .....................D Turner 8 2.45pm IN MEMORY OF LYN STENT HANDICAP $25,000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1400m 1 8416x Lovetokeephim tm (7) 59 ..............L Allpress 2 7656x Finn m (2) 58.5..................... T Johnson (a2) 3 1818x Rene d (1) 58 ...........................M Singh (a3) 4 3x081 That’s Funny m (3) 56.5 ..................R Myers 5 86842 Brother One m (8) 56 ............C Waddell (a4) 6 54x21 Rock Island Line d (5) 55.5 ......... R Hannam 7 596x2 Miss Lizzie m (9) 55 ............. M McNelis (a4) 8 10x74 Veracious tdm (10) 55 ...................M Tanaka 9 x0863 Do Ya tdm (6) 54 ........................ A Shin (a4) 10 73006 Em Kay Pops dm (4) 54 .............. C Johnson 9 3.20pm RANDWICK MEATS HANDICAP $35,000, OPEN HANDICAP, 1200m 1 1141x Dolcetto tdm (3) 60 .........................R Myers
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2120x Longchamp dmb (5) 59.5 ............... J Parkes 4567x Darci Mac tdm (1) 55.5 ...................D Turner 6x645 Salamanca dm (2) 55.................. C Johnson 2335x New York Minute tdm (6) 54 ..........L Allpress 3211x Yin Dragon tdm (7) 54 ...................M Tanaka 83x7x Danny Boy dmh (4) 54 ................ R Hannam 10 4.00pm PLATINUM HOMES TARANAKI HANDICAP $25,000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 2100m 1 1x67x Second Innings dmb (1) 61.5 ..... A Shin (a4) 2 14x12 Dez m (9) 59.5 ............................... J Parkes 3 05135 Sylvester td (6) 59 ............... C O’Beirne (a3) 4 573x7 Hamiltonian dm (8) 58.5.............. C Johnson 5 57x88 Zartan tdm (5) 58.5 ..................M Singh (a3) 6 1Lx37 Guy Fox m (4) 56.5 .......Sarah MacNab (a2) 7 75212 Nunchucks b (10) 56.5 ............... Z Moki (a3) 8 7x414 Zedac dm (2) 56............................L Allpress 9 7x563 Wazuzu m (7) 54.5 ..........................R Myers 10 3x352 Red Rascal m (3) 54 ................... R Hannam Blinkers on: Hutch (R4), Cassino To Trieste (R7), Sylvester (R10) Winkers on: Dez, Zedac (R10) LEGEND: Runner Form b - Beaten favourite at last start c Won at this distance on this course d - Won at this distance on another course h - Home track m - Won in heavy going t - Won at track X - Spell of three months SELECTIONS
3 x9211 Big Mike td (9) 58 ............................ T Harris 4 840x1 Rodrico m (10) 57 ...........................J Riddell 5 09056 Adriatic Pearl tm (4) 56 ...............T Thornton 6 53065 Athena Baby (12) 56 ................J Nason (a2) 7 7x212 Storming The Tower tdm (7) 56 ....... A Jones 8 00x84 Mangaroa Flo Jo dm (1) 55........A Sims (a3) 9 61313 Joe Cargo (2) 55 .........................C Lammas 10 44352 Zanyetta db (13) 54 ....................M Coleman 11 61621 Princess El Jay td (14) 54 S Weatherley (a1) 12 50504 Prince Mambo t (8) 54 ................... A Calder 13 x0791 Whopper’s m (3) 54.........................S Collett 14 39x14 Rough Cut t (6) 54 Emergencies: Whopper’s, Rough Cut 9 3.44pm PHELAN RACING STABLES 2100 $22,500, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 2100m 1 30662 Thorn Pass m (12) 60 ............... W Pinn (a4) 2 64220 Epae Road (15) 59...................J Nason (a2) 3 30x22 Suliman dmb (18) 59.......................S Collett 4 846x9 In A Minute tdm (1) 58.5 ........J Fawcett (a2) 5 20x57 Diehard mb (17) 58 .........................J Riddell 6 40006 Archduchess td (10) 57.5 ...........M Coleman 7 17x78 Recollect m (5) 57.5 ....................T Thornton 8 4906x Rocanic d (2) 57.............................. A Jones 9 27553 Cochise (11) 57............................. R Norvall 10 5x632 Unveiling (7) 57 .......................... L Satherley 11 62558 What A Diva td (9) 56.5 ................... T Harris 12 21900 Firefly (14) 55.5 ..........................M Cameron 13 78x03 Master Poet m (13) 57 14 08628 Arite Guru m (6) 57 15 70x98 Suffice To Say (3) 57 ..................R Elliot (a1) 16 x80x0 Autumn Wind (16) 57 17 49883 Wilijonmcbride t (8) 56.5 18 39704 Divine Duke td (4) 56.5 Emergencies: Master Poet, Arite Guru, Suffice To Say, Autumn Wind, Wilijonmcbride, Divine Duke 10 4.24 CAMBRIDGE EQUINE HOSPITAL 1600 $25,000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1600m
1 90x24 Grand Rio tdmb (7) 61 2 4020x El Disparo m (13) 59 ......................V Colgan 3 310x0 Crafty Jess dm (3) 58.5 4 3428x El Luchador dm (12) 58.5 ..........M Coleman 5 30140 Lucky Sweep td (6) 58 ................... A Calder 6 74213 Neeson tdb (17) 57.5 ......................S Collett 7 57x62 Viktor Vegas m (15) 57...............M Cameron 8 120x2 True Enough d (11) 56.5 ................. T Harris 9 62017 Saffron Lady dm (14) 56 ................ S McKay 10 8x406 Sarabande tdm (2) 55 ............J Fawcett (a2) 11 0x482 Effectav d (1) 54.5 ............S Weatherley (a1) 12 115x0 Where Are You m (16) 54.5 .........C Lammas 13 73741 Ivy’s Court d (9) 54.......................... A Jones 14 13613 Hot Saki d (4) 54 15 x0x04 Yorkshire Dales d (10) 56.........J Nason (a2) 16 100x9 Padraig (8) 56 17 70934 Ali Baba d (5) 55 .............T Comignaghi (a2) 18 416x7 Century Miss 54 ........................... Scratched Emergencies: Ivy’s Court, Hot Saki, Yorkshire Dales, Padraig, Ali Baba, Century Miss Blinkers on: Resurgence, County Clare (R1), Electric Jen, County Clare (R2), Platinum Rapper, Elle D’Berry (R3), Tweedledee (R4), Jetwings, Magical Beauty (R6) Blinkers off: Dainty Rose (R5) Winkers on: Senor Moss (R3) Winkers off: Snitz Of Time, County Clare (R1), County Clare (R2), Elle D’Berry (R3) SELECTIONS
Race 1: Perry Mason, Gagarin, My Magician, Lonely Boy Race 2: Henry Tudor, Ringmaster, Blazing Opal, St Ransom Race 3: The Shackler, It’s A Wonder, Game Percy, El Corby Race 4: The Huntsman, Fort Knox, Mandalay, Counter Attack Race 5: Tutta La Classe, Mallard Drake, Love Potion, Really Leica Race 6: Sea King, Wise Men Say, Just Ishi, The Big Opal Race 7: Chosen Peak, Penticoup, Stroke Of Luck, Flagdown Race 8: Finn, Rene, Brother One, Rock Island Line Race 9: Longchamp, New York Minute, Salamanca, Darci Mac Race 10: Dez, Nunchucks, Zedac, Wazuzu, Red Rascal
Waikato gallops Today at Te Rapa Raceway
Waikato RC Venue: Te Rapa Meeting Date: 9 Jun 2018 NZ Meeting: 2 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 8, 9 and 10 1 11.05am BECOME A MEMBER OF THE WRC FOR 2018/2019 SEASON $10,000, MDN, 1600m 1 02B25 Soldier Field (7) 58.5..................... R Norvall 2 432. Reliable Lad (5) 58.5...................C Lammas 3 29 Mr Bazamour (11) 58.5 ..............M Cameron 4 625x0 Shockwave (2) 58.5 ............... K Cowan (a3) 5 80474 Mr Linski (6) 58.5 ........................T Thornton 6 304 Resurgence (3) 58.5 ...................... S McKay 7 8 Conspirator (14) 58.5 ...................... T Harris 8 0 Freightman (10) 58.5..............J Fawcett (a2) 9 Ride The Storm (15) 58.5................ S Spratt 10 4222 Snitz Of Time b (13) 56.5 ................S Collett 11 038x9 Headlines (1) 56.5......................A Sims (a3) 12 Wilbermere (8) 56.5 .................. W Pinn (a4) 13 767 County Clare (4) 56.5..................... A Calder 14 7790x Sunday Rose (12) 56.5 15 56238 Blue Rata Anna (9) 56.5 16 x4861 Inverness 56.5 ............................. Scratched Emergencies: County Clare, Sunday Rose, Blue Rata Anna, Inverness 2 11.40am BLOODSTOCKAUCTION.COM MAIDEN 1600 $10,000, MDN, 1600m 1 82 Stealth (10) 58.5 ....................... R Scott (a4) 2 60003 Acre h (12) 58.5 .............................. A Jones 3 384x9 Cool Belt (1) 58.5 ...................J Fawcett (a2) 4 0x0x6 Captain Orange (7) 58.5 ........ K Cowan (a3) 5 Karm ‘N’ Easy (5) 58.5 ...............M Cameron 6 33233 Pokuru Wild b (4) 56.5 ...............M Coleman 7 42252 Top Actress (15) 56.5 ......................S Collett 8 83 Badea (14) 56.5 ..............................J Riddell 9 99563 Electric Jen (13) 56.5 ...................... S Spratt 10 594 Horsey Horse Horse (2) 56.5 ........ R Norvall 11 3x480 Fine And Dandee (6) 56.5...........C Lammas 12 6x005 Sheriffs Daughter (11) 56.5.........T Thornton
13 767 County Clare (9) 56.5 14 7790x Sunday Rose (3) 56.5 15 56238 Blue Rata Anna (8) 56.5 16 x4861 Inverness 56.5 ............................. Scratched 3 12.10pm SSANGYONG AUCKLAND FUTURITY STKS (LISTED RACE) $50,000, 2YO SW, 1400m 1 223. Ole Ole (1) 56.5 ..............................J Riddell 2 74x1. Cyber Attack (7) 56.5 .....................V Colgan 3 3. Sol Invictus (8) 56.5 ........................ T Harris 4 4. Senor Moss (4) 56.5 ....................R Elliot (a) 5 73x22 Peaceful b (5) 54.5 .....................M Cameron 6 651 Platinum Rapper m (3) 54.5 ..... K McCulloch 7 56x96 Elle D’Berry (6) 54.5...........S Weatherley (a) 8 Expressive (2) 54.5 ........................ S McKay 4 12.44 TE RAPA RACEOURSE FUNCTION CENTRE BOOK NOW 1600 $22,500, R65 Benchmark*, 1600m 1 8x036 Vittachi mb (10) 59.5 ..................M Cameron 2 3313 Comeback (1) 59 .......................R Elliot (a1) 3 81 Major Domo dm (2) 59 ....................J Riddell 4 x1693 O’Guy (3) 59 ...................................S Collett 5 8x631 Verry Flash dm (6) 59 .....................R Smyth 6 25210 Abacus db (8) 58........................ L Satherley 7 73346 Impulsive Habit m (11) 58 ......... W Pinn (a4) 8 79x54 Take It Out d (9) 57.5 ............. K Cowan (a3) 9 1400x Tweedledee d (7) 57.5 .....S Weatherley (a1) 10 00429 Our McKay (4) 56.5 ......................... T Harris 11 207x5 Angeline (5) 56...........................M Coleman 5 1.19pm DLF SEEDS NZ 1600 $22,500, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1600m 1 60x14 Bojangles mb (2) 59.5 ..........T Newman (a3) 2 35441 Not Usual Prince d (7) 59................J Riddell 3 6D51x Magnanimous Man m (9) 58.5 Weatherley (a1) 4 416x7 Century Miss m (6) 58................A Sims (a3) 5 488x1 Rippin m (8) 57 ..........................M Cameron 6 9176x Chachi Arcola td (1) 57 ...................R Smyth 7 33x88 Lady Style (4) 56.5 .................... W Pinn (a4) 8 x4313 Replica dmb (11) 56.5................M Coleman
9 8x375 Repo Bay dm (3) 56.5 .....................S Collett 10 51800 Excelsior Island t (5) 56 .................. S Spratt 11 0x000 Dainty Rose d (10) 54.5 ............. L Satherley 6 1.54pm LEE SOMERVELL RACING STABLES 1200 $25,000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1200m 1 01114 Cinematic tdb (2) 60.5... K Chowdhoory (a4) 2 2428x Wooden Edge tdm (9) 60.5 ........A Sims (a3) 3 1315x Mighty Me dm (16) 60 .................T Thornton 4 32416 Magic Of The Sun d (8) 59.5 ..J Fawcett (a2) 5 x8540 Stradivarius tdm (13) 59.5 ...... K Cowan (a3) 6 90x50 Jetwings d (17) 59.......................C Lammas 7 2006x Magical Beauty (5) 59 ..................... T Harris 8 1958x No Need dm (7) 58.5 .................M Cameron 9 303x1 Justacanta tdmh (4) 58 ................... S Spratt 10 35x72 Bella Gioia td (12) 56.5 ...................S Collett 11 23268 Pasabahce dm (14) 56.5 ............R Elliot (a1) 12 534x4 Myrcella dm (1) 55.5 ..................M Coleman 13 63523 Nothinglefttolose d (6) 55 14 908x4 Straight Sets dm (3) 57 15 67851 Tellyawhat dm (10) 56.5 16 1833x Shellez Ace 54.5 .......................... Scratched 17 x130x Decades dm (11) 56 18 61462 Miss Oahu d (15) 54 7 2.29pm FOSTER MAINTAIN 1400 $35,000, OPEN HANDICAP, 1400m 1 343x4 Underthemoonlight tdm (7) 60 ....C Lammas 2 x0x41 Southern Icon tdm (5) 59 ...................M Hills 3 34066 Brilliant Shine dm (4) 58.5..........M Coleman 4 300x3 Pacorus tm (2) 57.5......................... T Harris 5 9x232 Deals In Heels dmb (6) 54 .........M Cameron 6 08619 Galaxy Miss tdm (8) 54 ............J Fawcett (a) 7 4x902 Mighty Solomon d (1) 54 .................S Collett 8 57x01 Roc de Bank td (3) 54 .................T Thornton 8 3.04 TRUE COLOURS MID-WINTER XMAS LUNCHEON 7 JULY $30,000, Rating 85 Benchmark, 2100m 1 3x036 Danza Lad tm (5) 59.5 ..............T Wenn (a3) 2 489x8 Jochen Rindt tdm (11) 58.5 Comignaghi (a2)
Race 1: Snitz Of Time, Mr Bazamour, Soldier Field, Resurgence Race 2: Top Actress, Badea, Stealth, Horsey Horse Horse Race 3: Platinum Rapper, Ole Ole, Peaceful, Sol Invictus Race 4: Comeback, Abacus, Angeline, Our McKay, Tweedledee Race 5: Bojangles, Replica, Not Usual Prince, Rippin Race 6: Magical Beauty, Wooden Edge, Jetwings, Justacanta Race 7: Deals In Heels, Southern Icon, Galaxy Miss, Brilliant Shine Race 8: Big Mike, Storming The Tower, Princess El Jay, Zanyetta Race 9: Suliman, Thorn Pass, Diehard, Epae Road, Unveiling Race 10: Ivy’s Court, Neeson, Viktor Vegas, Hot Saki, Padraig
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Ashburton Guardian 21
Handicap puts shackles on Paul Nelson can’t fault The Shackler ahead of Trentham, but he is concerned with the jumper’s weight. The Hastings trainer produced the 11-year-old to win the Waikato Hurdles (3200m) and has paid a price for his front-running victory at Te Rapa. “He’s gone up two and a-half kilos for that, he’s climbed up the handicap so quickly,” Nelson said. The 69kg impost aside, he is more than satisfied with the gelding’s condition for today’s K. S. Browne Hurdle (3200m). “He’s well and handles really heavy tracks,” Nelson said. “He’ll probably go back for the Wellington Hurdles and then we’ll play it by ear.” The Shackler will be opposed by stablemate Kings Deep, who will be making his first appearance since finishing fourth over the bigger fences at Te Aroha last October. “He’s had a jump-out and a point-to-point, but some of the others may be a bit sharper,” Nelson said. “He’s probably more of a steeplechaser now.”
Ready for Te Rapa Last-start winner Cyber Attack is ready to step out over more ground at Te Rapa today in the Listed Ssanyong Auckland Futurity Stakes. “He’s been working well and the 1400m will really suit him – he’s a genuine chance,” trainer Tony Pike said. By Shamexpress out of a half-sister to the multiple Group One winner Humidor, Cyber Attack was a good fresh-up winner over 1150m at Te Awamutu last month. - NZME
Rain a big issue Doubt has been cast on New Zealand mare Shillelagh taking her place in today’s Gr.1 Stradbroke Handicap (1350m) at Doomben. “She probably won’t run if the track is wet, which it looks like it will be, and go to the Tatts Tiara instead,” said Paul Shailer, who runs trainer Chris Waller’s Queensland operation. - NZME
Riccarton on the radar
The Shackler is set and ready for the K. S. Browne Hurdle at Trentham today. Zardetto will represent the team over the bigger fences in the Irvines McGregor Grant Steeplechase following his last-start second at Hawke’s Bay.
“I was very happy with his firstup effort, some of the other horses had a couple more runs than him,” Nelson said. The regally-bred Zardetto, is
a son of Redoute’s Choice and Champagne, had an outing on the flat before he finished runner-up on his home track behind That’s How It Goes. - NZME
A trip to Riccarton could be on the cards for the talented Wooden Edge, who resumes in the Lee Somervell Racing Stables 1200 at Te Rapa today. A winner of six of his 18 starts, Wooden Edge ran an eye-catching third at the Cambridge trials last month behind race rival No Need, trained by race sponsor Somervell. - NZME
Waimate gallops Tomorrow at Waimate Raceway
Waimate H & Rc Venue: Waimate Meeting Date: 10 Jun 2018 NZ Meeting number: 6 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8 Trebles: 2, 3 and 4; 6, 7 and 8 1 12.10 WAIMATE TOWN & COUNTRY CLUB BIRCHWOOD GENETICS $10,000, R65 Benchmark*, 1200m 1 07197 Why Me (11) 60.........................B Hong (a4) 2 41356 Waimate Bill db (6) 59.5 .......A Bohorun (a4) 3 718x4 Savason dm (15) 58 ............... J Bassett (a4) 4 0Px12 Epic Dreamer dm (9) 57.5T Comignaghi (a2) 5 5977x Wolff Spirit dm (4) 57.5 ...............K Kwo (a3) 6 62386 Vice Marshall dm (7) 57.5 ................J Lowry 7 54980 Richie Rox dm (8) 57 ......................J Laking 8 43204 All Dressed Up dm (17) 56.5... G Jogoo (a1) 9 8F50x Deebee Black d (3) 56.5 ..... R Firdhaus (a3) 10 19758 Stellacanto (1) 56 ........................L Callaway 11 1088x Abraxos d (13) 55.5 ...................... C Barnes 12 68230 Tapilize d (16) 54.5 ...................... C Johnson 13 00x7x Taponisme (10) 56.5 .............. B Murray (a3) 14 47430 Supatwista d (2) 54 15 x5900 Rebel Rose dm (18) 54 16 92807 Acrylic m (12) 55.5 17 5x000 National Asset m (14) 55.5 18 6000x Falcons Reach (5) 54 Emergencies: Taponisme, Supatwista, Rebel Rose, Acrylic, National Asset, Falcons Reach 2 12.41pm GARRARDS & LIVAMOL MAIDEN $10,000, MAIDEN, 1200m 1 20628 Roc Leone (11) 58.5 ............... G Jogoo (a1) 2 x7035 Mathieu (5) 58.5 ........................B Hong (a4) 3 6 Bogatyr (7) 58.5 ................... R Mudhoo (a4)
Auckland Greyhound Racing Club Venue Manukau Stadium Meeting Date: 10 Jun 2018 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 1 1.20pm SPEEDMAPS ON TAB MOBILE APP SPRINT C2, 318m 1 2125F Hot Mayhem 18.69 U & .....................Cottam 2 32138 Barwon Bandit 18.68............... N K O’Regan 3 62245 Statman Dave 18.76 ..................H Laagland 4 14212 Marinara Girl 18.74 ...........................E Potts 5 13651 Bright Concept nwtd R &.....................L Udy 6 3753F Jetsun Jamie 18.73 ........................G Wilson 7 47835 All Hail Caesar 18.58 U & .................Cottam 8 45166 Epic Force 18.63 .......................... H Mullane 9 14757 Unconscionable 18.61 R & .................L Udy 10 52877 On Da Quest nwtd R & .......................L Udy 2 1.38pm $5,000 BONUS FIRST4 ON THE SILVER COLLAR C1, 318m 1 81844 Botany Esmay 18.73 .......................P Green 2 55753 Scott The Looks 18.90 U & ...............Cottam 3 68544 Agistri 18.68 ................................... G Farrell 4 48425 Bigtime Moola 18.60 R & ....................L Udy 5 62123 C’est L’Amour 18.95 ..........................B Craik 6 73744 King Shaq 18.45 ............................. T Green 7 64536 Bigtime Emma nwtd ..........................E Potts 8 55561 Rocky’s To Much nwtd..................K Williams 9 17456 Snippy Pippi nwtd R &.........................L Udy 10 65856 Yella Ella nwtd R & ..............................L Udy 3 1.56pm DELI’S SPORTS BAR CLENDON INN SE-
4 0060x Maks Legend (8) 58.5 ..................... J Morris 5 20x22 Advent (10) 56.5.......................... C Johnson 6 02333 Sharp ‘N’ Silver (1) 56.5 ...............T Moseley 7 67922 Itstolate (3) 56.5 8 88440 Tap Tap (2) 56.5 .................. R Firdhaus (a3) 9 80x57 My Soprano (12) 56.5 .........R Beeharry (a4) 10 Luvabattle (4) 56.5 ......................L Callaway 11 Never Quitz (14) 56.5 ............. B Murray (a3) 12 6577x Rockapan (9) 56.5 ........................ C Barnes 13 79x09 Ygritte (15) 56.5 14 800x0 Onthesauce (6) 56.5 15 0x200 Hiho (13) 56.5 16 000x0 Roullette 58.5 ............................... Scratched Emergencies: Ygritte, Onthesauce, Hiho, Roullette 3 1.11pm GEORGE & MARY HENNESSY $15,000, Rating 90 Benchmark, 1200m 1 04459 Jazzman dm (11) 59 .................B Hong (a4) 2 394x7 Somethings Burning dm (3) 58 ....T Moseley 3 85341 Fairlight d (10) 57.5 ..................... C Johnson 4 54049 Timy Tyler dm (9) 57 .............. B Murray (a3) 5 72629 Koxinga d (6) 56 ...............................J Lowry 6 75375 Ballybay (1) 55.5 ..........................K Williams 7 x6066 Five Kings d (2) 54 ..............R Beeharry (a4) 8 46566 Madam Bentley d (5) 54 .......... G Jogoo (a1) 9 70352 Saber dm (4) 54 ..................... J Bassett (a4) 10 52534 Celtic Cross d (8) 54 ........... R Firdhaus (a3) 11 360x3 Keep On Coming d (7) 54T Comignaghi (a2) 4 1.46pm RON WILLIAMSON MAIDEN $10,000, MDN, 1800m 1 89228 Our Boy Baz b (11) 58.5 ........ B Murray (a3)
2 00033 Acedecee (4) 58.5...........................J Laking 3 06662 To Sir With Love (12) 58.5 ...........L Callaway 4 02635 Wentworth (5) 58.5 ............. R Firdhaus (a3) 5 04 Jontys Ace (17) 58.5 ................... C Johnson 6 0309 Roc The Cradle (9) 58.5...................J Lowry 7 06606 Hold The Raddle (13) 58.5 ............ C Barnes 8 09967 Painted Angel (8) 58.5 ..........K Mudhoo (a1) 9 46767 Van Halen (10) 58.5 ................. K Gundowry 10 x0802 Eden Rose (6) 56.5 ......................T Moseley 11 64636 Smart Garden (18) 56.5 ..T Comignaghi (a2) 12 80. Mrs Gee Eye (1) 56.5 ..................K Kwo (a3) 13 x7909 Mighty Mak (3) 58.5 14 7x0x9 Hank Marvin (14) 58.5 .............. S Muniandy 15 08x00 Mayfair Madam (16) 56.5 16 67x00 Retort (2) 58.5 17 06000 Fivewayeight (7) 56.5 18 07x00 Kerrytowncharlotte (15) 56.5 Emergencies: Mighty Mak, Hank Marvin, Mayfair Madam, Retort, Fivewayeight, Kerrytowncharlotte 5 2.22pm DUNSTAN FEEDS $10,000, R65 Benchmark*, 1800m 1 00211 Heel Be Jake 60.5 ........................ Scratched 2 50307 Federer Express (12) 58.5 .......... C Johnson 3 9x775 Bridget Town m (11) 57.5 ................ J Morris 4 90997 Bullitt m (8) 57.5 ..........................L Callaway 5 5x809 Madame Libre m (4) 56.5...G Saejorhor (a4) 6 7x805 Southern Cool m (7) 56.5.... R Firdhaus (a3) 7 59098 Darci Inn (2) 56 ...............T Comignaghi (a2) 8 86604 Van Gogh m (3) 56...........................J Lowry 9 34640 All The Drama (10) 55 ............ B Murray (a3)
10 00400 Dream Rich (5) 55.......................K Kwo (a3) 11 780x3 Our Madonna (9) 55.............. S Toolooa (a4) 12 800x0 The Tetian Titan (6) 54.5 ..............T Moseley 13 28225 She’s Payback 58 ......................... Scratched 14 76x79 Doctor Eden m (1) 55.5 Emergencies: She’s Payback, Doctor Eden 6 2.57pm MARK MEYER $11,000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1800m 1 46752 Whispering b (1) 59..................... C Johnson 2 03162 Opihi Jade d (9) 59 .........T Comignaghi (a2) 3 38312 Golden Bay (2) 58.5 ...................... C Barnes 4 02156 Nesta (7) 58 ................................L Callaway 5 4x786 Standrews Masonic m (5) 58 .......... J Morris 6 21275 Lady Bealey (8) 56.5 .............. B Murray (a3) 7 28225 She’s Payback m (3) 54.5 ............K Williams 8 x3145 Higher Authority m (6) 54 .............T Moseley 9 76x79 Doctor Eden m (4) 54............ S Toolooa (a4) 7 3.32pm WILLOW GLEN STUD WAIMATE CUP $25,000, OPN HCP, 1800m 1 97195 The Gordonian dm (1) 60......K Mudhoo (a1) 2 80155 Lochan Ora m (5) 57 .............. B Murray (a3) 3 15505 Twoznotenough (4) 56.5 ..............T Moseley 4 03675 Maid Of Steel (2) 55 .....................K Williams 5 58x05 Night Nurse (6) 54....................... C Johnson 6 50923 Stokers Rock dm (3) 54 ................ C Barnes 7 34125 Wild Jack m (10) 54 .............A Bohorun (a4) 8 35236 He Ain’t Heavy dm (9) 54 ............L Callaway 9 40x09 Kings Pal m (8) 54...........T Comignaghi (a2) 10 96031 Amun Ra m (7) 54................... G Jogoo (a1)
8 4.08pm PGG WRIGHTSON WAIMATE & MCALPINE $10,000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1800m 1 43016 Fly Without Wings m (13) 59 A Bohorun (a4) 2 31200 Sir Ed (6) 58 ........................... B Murray (a3) 3 75532 Smiling Assassin b (11) 57.5 4 800x6 Grey Ghost mh (8) 57 .................K Kwo (a3) 5 80994 Precious Percy m (3) 57...............T Moseley 6 02500 Madam De Soir (4) 56.5...............K Williams 7 8x210 Patricia Rose 56.5 ........................ Scratched 8 50x00 Jolt (12) 56.5 ...............................L Callaway 9 05776 She’stoohottotrot (7) 55.5T Comignaghi (a2) 10 94007 Bushido (5) 55.5.......................... C Johnson 11 0x088 Fugawi m (2) 55.5 .................K Mudhoo (a1) 12 75776 Lady Em (10) 54 ................. R Firdhaus (a3) 13 28225 She’s Payback m (1) 57.5 14 76x79 Doctor Eden m (9) 55 -
3 33222 Obstinatus 18.25 .........................R O’Regan 4 11211 Sir Duggie nwtd..................................L Cole 5 41388 Timma Turtle 18.36 ...................... H Mullane 6 24564 Classy Impact 18.35 ....................... T Green 7 14157 Bigtime Blue nwtd ..............................L Cole 8 47171 Just One Smile 18.29........................B Craik 9 31611 Alex Attack 18.38 U & .......................Cottam 10 71647 Vee Marina 18.78 U & .......................Cottam 9 3.39pm PUMP ENGINEERING SERVICES STAKES C2, 527m 1 34363 Fancy Fox nwtd ....................... N K O’Regan 2 37x67 Zipping Silva nwtd ................... N K O’Regan 3 13662 San Tan Samson 30.68 ................... T Green 4 67283 Jinja Bailey 30.65 U & .......................Cottam 5 14483 Draxler nwtd ................................... G Farrell 6 23154 Electric Dee Eye 30.71 ...................P Green 7 52524 Victini 30.96 ...................................C Henley 8 28226 Lightning Crash nwtd ....................R Adcock Emergencies: 9 16688 Pretty and Pink 30.74................... H Mullane 10 61866 Fancy Gas nwtd M & ........................ J Smith 10 3.59pm DUKE OF EDINBURGH SILVER COLLAR FINAL C2df, 779m 1 42123 Cristiane Cyborg nwtd.................. H Mullane 2 71141 Ring The Bell 46.22.......................R Adcock 3 83544 Tullabung Googar nwtd ..............P Ferguson 4 51112 Translator nwtd J & .........................D Fahey 5 35242 Trip To Eden nwtd.................... N K O’Regan 6 32212 Argus Filch nwtd .........................A Turnwald
7 78734 Pirate’s Curse nwtd J & ...................D Fahey 8 11111 Dusty Gambler 47.85 ...................... K Walsh Emergencies: 9 72525 Vicki Keeping nwtd J &....................D Fahey 10 53335 Vince Fawn nwtd .............................S Codlin 11 4.17pm MT WELLINGTON TAB STKS C3/4, 527m 1 37151 Go Angel 31.01 .............................. G Farrell 2 11225 Over Indulgence 30.98 ...................P Henley 3 35576 Opawa Jimbo 30.47 W & ................T Steele 4 67632 Good Job 30.66 ..............................P Green 5 257F3 El Narco 30.69 ................................P Green 6 72387 Global Conquest 30.27 W &............T Steele 7 17315 Cosmic Barwon 30.90 ............. N K O’Regan 8 47x56 Westworld 30.37 ...............................B Craik 9 72151 Secret Rory 30.98 .......................... G Farrell 10 54824 Kapai Bart 30.71 W & .....................T Steele 12 4.37 JACK’S WHOLESALE MEATS SPRINT C4, 318m 1 21453 Nangar Panther 18.53 ............. N K O’Regan 2 17888 Beat The Butcher 18.36 R & ...............L Udy 3 13551 Ice Princess 18.75 ......................... G Farrell 4 83334 Elouera Mist 18.53 .....................P Ferguson 5 32625 Mad Harry 18.47 .............................. S Clark 6 F8187 Blitz ‘Em Rene 18.41 U &..................Cottam 7 78246 Hallo Star 18.23 R & ...........................L Udy 8 72441 Fantastic Lucy 18.22 ............... N K O’Regan 9 28358 Subzero Princess 18.57 .................C Henley 10 57754 On Fleek 18.56 .................................B Craik
Emergencies: She’s Payback, Doctor Eden Blinkers on: Mrs Gee Eye, Mighty Mak (R4), Bullitt (R5), She’s Payback (R6), She’s Payback (R8) Blinkers off: Roc The Cradle (R4) Winkers on: Roc The Cradle (R4) Winkers off: Rockapan (R2), Mrs Gee Eye (R4)
Race 1: Wolff Spirit, All Dressed Up, Savason, Deebee Black Race 2: Sharp ‘N’ Silver, Itstolate, Advent, Mathieu, Bogatyr Race 3: Saber, Koxinga, Somethings Burning, Ballybay, Fairlight Race 4: Jontys Ace, Our Boy Baz, Smart Garden, Van Halen Race 5: Federer Express, Madame Libre, All The Drama, Van Gogh Race 6: Whispering, Golden Bay, Opihi Jade, Standrews Masonic Race 7: Lochan Ora, Stokers Rock, Night Nurse, The Gordonian Race 8: Smiling Assassin, Madam De Soir, Fly Without Wings
Auckland dogs Tomorrow at Manukau Stadium
RIES FINAL C2f, 318m 6 13673 Phuket Paul 31.16 S H & ..................G Hunt 1 11454 Stay Rich 18.75 M & ........................ J Smith 7 54463 Salvarotti 30.70 ....................... N K O’Regan 2 11825 Blocker 18.81 ..............................R O’Regan 8 65354 Bigtime Wayno 31.11 ................... H Mullane 3 86513 Microphone 19.07 .......................... L A Hunt Emergencies: 4 21464 Finkle Foot Fred 18.62 R & ...................Hunt 9 61725 Jetsun Singer 31.83 .......................G Wilson 5 41332 Simple Request 18.58.......................B Bond 10 83755 Jetsun Swan nwtd ..........................G Wilson 6 57123 Bigtime Sophie 18.62 ........................E Potts 6 2.49 ALAN CADDY APPRECIATION STKS C1, 527m 7 41281 Ken Wilde 18.53 ........................... H Mullane 1 77833 Swift Order nwtd ............................C Henley 8 25141 Amazing Contact 18.67.....................B Bond 2 61725 Jetsun Singer 31.83 .......................G Wilson 9 47835 All Hail Caesar 18.58 U & .................Cottam 3 6251 Wairoa Lenny 31.13 ..................... H Mullane 10 54515 Scott No Value 18.51 S H & ..............G Hunt 4 55546 Twelve Gauge nwtd ..........................M Black 4 2.14pm HEWLETT ELECTRICAL SPRINT C3, 318m 5 74326 Untouchable 30.75 ..........................P Green 1 63623 Waerenga Star 18.63 U & .................Cottam 6 46442 Little Bit Silly 30.80.................. N K O’Regan 2 82422 It’s The Lovely 18.87 ........................M Black 7 76446 See Eye Aye 30.91 ...................... H Mullane 3 12367 Bodyguard 18.66...............................B Craik 8 32528 My Red Hero 30.87 R & ........................Hunt 4 24174 Mobility Scooter 18.81 .....................M Black 9 53584 Wee Meredith 31.46 ........................ L Martin 5 46458 Shot Gun Harry 18.68 .................. H Mullane 10 83755 Jetsun Swan nwtd ..........................G Wilson 6 36136 Retired Mouse 18.81....................... T Green 7 3.06pm PETER EARLEY CLASSIC INV, 527m 7 65445 Wong Way 18.44 U & ........................Cottam 1 61563 Cawbourne Palmer nwtd .............A Turnwald 8 21853 Princess Alea 18.94 .......................C Henley 2 35134 Uno Twenty Five 30.72 ................... G Farrell 9 71647 Vee Marina 18.78 U & .......................Cottam 3 51142 Very Choosy 30.80.........................P Henley 10 8x867 Mega Munchies 18.61 U &................Cottam 4 42113 Zipping Vito 30.39 ................... N K O’Regan 5 2.30pm CAROL’S TAB CLENDON INN SERIES FI- 5 42365 Panel Beater nwtd J &.....................D Fahey 6 12232 Egomaniacal nwtd J & ....................D Fahey NAL C1f, 527m 7 14421 Cameo Syd 30.57 .............................B Craik 1 53841 Deception Diva 31.01 W & ..............T Steele 8 31243 Tom Tee nwtd ................................R Adcock 2 26422 Talkabout Ziggy 30.95 R & ....................Hunt 3 22771 Aussi Joshy 31.64 ............................ S Clark 8 3.24pm HIFI ALLEGRO SERIES FINAL C5f, 318m 4 34412 Talkabout Sophie 31.33 .................G J Hore 1 3211F Leroy Spirit 18.49 ............................S Codlin 5 26414 Barwon Storm 31.05 ............... N K O’Regan 2 32458 Formation 18.25 ................................B Craik
LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd - First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track
Sport 22 Ashburton Guardian
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Finals berth beckons for Rakaia BY ERIN TASKER
They’ve already beaten them once this season, now all Rakaia have to do is topple Springston again today and they’ll seal themselves a spot in rugby’s Combined Country Cup. But it won’t be easy. Finals footy is different from any other footy. Teams could rise to a whole other level when it comes to finals time, and Rakaia coach Wayne Foxcroft hoped that was what his side would do in their semi-final against competition newcomers Springston at the Rakaia Domain today. Foxcroft had pretty much a fully fit squad to pick and choose from for today’s game, which was an ideal position to be in as a coach ahead of a semi-final. Injuries had meant Rakaia had struggled to field their best side during the round robin, but had still proven to be one of the best, and most of those injuries had come right at the perfect time. The influential Seta Koroitamana was one who hadn’t played for seven weeks, but he came off the bench at half-time during Rakaia’s
Tom Hanham-Carter has been inﬂuential for Rakaia this season and will be hoping to make an impact in his side’s semi-ﬁnal against Springston at the Rakaia Domain today. PHOTO TETSURO MITOMO 020618-TM-0119
quarter-final win over Saracens last weekend and made a huge impact, scoring two tries. But a lack of game time this
season meant that Koroitamana would likely warm the bench for a start today, too. Foxcroft said he just didn’t have
the full 80 minutes in him again yet. Rakaia made the final of last year’s Combined Country Cup, the premier Canterbury Country club rugby competition, but fell at that final hurdle, beaten by Southbridge. To get back in that final to have a chance at redemption, Rakaia would have to get past a Springston side sure to put up a fight today. They made the semi-finals in their first season back in the top flight and while that was a great achievement, they wouldn’t be wanting to stop there. “They are pretty solid across the board. They will be tough,” Foxcroft said. “They have done really well back in the competition to finish where they are.” Springston finished third in their section heading into the finals, but their section was topped by Rakaia. When they met in the round robin Rakaia got out to a big lead and looked like thumping them, but Springston recovered and put a few late points on the board. Rakaia knew what they were
capable of. “But it’s about us, we need to forget about them,” Foxcroft said. The winner of today’s semi-final between Rakaia and Springston, which kicks off at the Rakaia Domain at 2.45pm, would play the winner of the other semi-final between Prebbleton and Waihora, being played at Tai Tapu. Next week’s final would then be played at either Tai Tapu or Prebbleton. Mid Canterbury hosted last year, so couldn’t host again this year. Competition continued for those teams who fell short of the finals today too. In the Canterbury Rugby Supporters Club Trophy section Celtic would host Glenmark/Cheviot, while Southern would host Kaiapoi. In the NCRU plate section Methven would host Burnham/Dunsandel/Irwell and Oxford would host Ohoka, while in the plaque section Rolleston were to take on West Melton and Hampstead – yet to win a game this season – were to host Hurunui. Last week’s beaten quarterfinalists were also set to take to the park again today, with Southbridge hosting Saracens and Lincoln hosting Darfield.
Fairytale end to season looms Springston are enjoying a fairytale season and are hoping there is a final chapter. In the club’s first season in the Combined Country Cup rugby competition they find themselves one game away from the final, an achievement only a handful of the 22 clubs have achieved since the North Canterbury sides joined in 2007.
Springston manager Kevin Jones said no one at the club would have imagined gearing up for a semi-final 11 weeks ago. “I think when we set our goals for the season that we hoped to maybe win four games and we would have been quite happy,” Jones said. “The guys have just gone out to play for each other and enjoy the game.”
Tom Heywood, Ese Fakatoka, Sam HanhamCarter, Matt Bentley, Tom Blythe, Logan Flett, Harry Ashworth, Jackson Donlan, Cory Sinclair, Andrew Veint, Samuela Cati, Nete Caucau, Tom Hanham-Carter, Deon Biggs, Andrew Letham. Reserves: Mark Andrew, Todd Boag, Doug Rushton, Seta Koroitamana, Timoci Nabakeke/ Tim Hanrahan, Lepani Seitava, Jey Aiolupotea.
Tim Shennan, Joshua Morrison, Dario Bordonaro/ Thomas Vedder, Thomas Cockburn, Craig Chalmers, Sean Powell, Sam Lawn - Captain, Ashley Miller, Jack Hardacre, Cameron Powell, Lafovale Etuale, Caleb Early, Shaun Harrington, Conner Hamlin, Michael Shennan. Reserves: Ryan Black, Craig Nally, Tyler Jones, Cameron Norton, Vaughan Tither, Jock Mugford, Rick Connelly.
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Wakanui on a high After a week off due to the long weekend and tournaments, the Mid/South Canterbury senior hockey competitions will hit the turf again today. In the senior men’s competition Wakanui will be at home to Temuka and will look to hit the ground running after a successful weekend away from regular competition for a large chunk of the side. They headed to Cromwell as part of the Mid Canterbury senior men’s team and won the Ian Smith Trophy for the first time in six years, beating North Otago, Invercargill, Eastern Southland and South Canterbury. Their only loss was at the hands of Central Otago. In the senior women’s competition both Hampstead and Hamp-
stead/Collegians are also at home, making for a busy afternoon on the Ashburton hockey turf at the Ashburton Domain. First round winners Hampstead will take on Cambridge, the team they beat to claim the first round crown, while Hampstead/Collegians will take on Geraldine. Hampstead and Cambridge will kick the afternoon off at 1pm, followed by Hampstead/Collegians and Geraldine at 3pm, and the senior men’s Wakanui versus Temuka game will finish the day off at 5pm. Meanwhile in the women’s division two competition, OpukeHakatere – a combination of players from Ashburton College and Mount Hutt College – will travel to Timaru on Sunday to take on Craighead’s 3rd XI.
The French Open women’s final is an intriguing match-up of two players who have either tasted victory on the biggest of stages or come tantalisingly close. On one side of the court is American Sloane Stephens, who won her first grand slam at last year’s US Open and has an unbeaten streak of six wins in tournament finals. Standing opposite is Simona
7.30am RUN AND WALK ASHBURTON. Rise and Shine Saturday runners meet at Frontrunner, 7.30am sharp. 28 Moore Street.
9.30am - 12.30pm THE ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY
SUNDAY 8am ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion, Park Street.
8.30am ASHBURTON STROLLERS CLUB. Waihi Gorge, all welcome, Phone Jenny 3086862. Meet Ashburton Courthouse, Baring Square West.
8.30am HOLY SPIRIT CHURCH. Mass, Holy Spirit Church, Thomson Street, Tinwald.
MONDAY 6am ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Sweaty Bettys circuit training in hall, 48 Allens Road.
10am MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL. NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, Art Gallery and hall of memories. 160 Main Street, Methven.
Capitals take the title The Washington Capitals have won the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup for the first time in their 44-year history with a 4-3 win over the Las Vegas Golden Knights. With the win, the Capitals clinched the NHL’s best-of-seven championship series 4-1 and brought an end to what had been a magical inaugural season for the Knights. Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, playing in his first Stanley Cup final, was awarded the Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the play-offs. - PA
Whyte talks it up The Hampstead girls are up against Cambridge today.
good opportunities in finals, and I have taken advantage of them. “I have played well, played solid. And, I mean, there is no formula. I didn’t, like, try to do it. I’m not trying to break a record. It’s just how it’s happened for me.” Halep felt disappointment at her last final earlier this year in Melbourne where she lost the Australian Open to adversary Caroline Wozniacki in a thrilling shootout. “I will focus on myself, like I did
every match here,” the 26-yearold says. “And I will try just to be calm during the match and try everything I can. Because it’s a nice opportunity, so I have just to feel happy after the match that I gave everything. “It’s (a) different match, different year. I lost three times until now and no one died, so it will be okay. But I will be, I think, more confident, because I have a lot of experience. In tennis, you never know, so I will stay chill.” - DPA
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Australia and the rest of the countries competing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia will compete for prizemoney which has jumped 12 per cent from the last edition in Brazil. The winners of the quadrennial event, which begins on June 14, will receive $US38 million ($NZ50 million). - AAP
Halep chilled ahead of French Open final Halep, the Romanian who sits on top of the world rankings but has yet to win a major honour in her previous three attempts, which includes the 2017 Roland Garros final she lost to Jelena Ostapenko. Do those statistics mean that the psychological advantage falls to the 25-year-old American? “No. She’s number one in the world for a reason,” Stephens says. “I think that we’ll just have to go out and compete. I have had
Big money in Moscow
By Nate Williams
Dillian Whyte says Joseph Parker blew his big moment against Anthony Joshua and hopes he leaves his running shoes at home when they fight on July 28 in London. The heavyweight contenders hope victory at the O2 Arena will secure either a rematch with Joshua or a fight with WBC champion Deontay Wilder, even though the division’s two highest-profile fighters remain in discussions about a fight of their own. - AP
Amazon nabs EPL Premier League matches will be streamed live online in Britain for the first time after Amazon won the rights to one of two remaining broadcast packages. The US online retail and tech company will show 20 matches per season as part of a three-year deal beginning with the 2019-20 campaign. - PA
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Open for toy exchange, 106 Victoria Street in the Triangle.
10am - 12pm ASHBURTON VINTAGE CAR CLUB.
10am MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL.
Museum and parts shed open. 86 Maronan Road, Tinwald.
NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, Art Gallery and hall of memories. 160 Main
10am - 3pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM.
ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH.
St James Tinwald, no service at St Paul’s. 127 Thomson Street, Tinwald.
Worship service led by Rev Henry Mbambo, 48 Allens Road, Allenton.
A great selection of many aircraft from the past to the future. Ashburton Airport, Seafield Road.
1pm MID CANTERBURY SOCIAL WHEELERS.
Afternoon Social Meets - runners and walkers. Norrie Cup run and walk 6-8km, Participants must be registered club members, Hot Rod Club Rooms, Maronan Road (next to Tinwald Domain).
1pm registration, 1.30pm sharp start. Fords
1.15pm RUN AND WALK ASHBURTON.
ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM.
Morning service, all welcome. 67 Cass Street.
A great selection of many aircraft from the past to the future. Ashburton airport, Seafield Road.
9.30am ASHBURTON METHODIST PARISH.
10am ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Morning worship with Tevita Taufalele. Baring Square East.
Holy Communion, Sinclair Centre, Park Street.
10am MT HUTT MEMORIAL HALL.
10am ST ANDREW’S ANGLICAN CHURCH.
NZ Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, Art Gallery and Hall of Memories. 160 Main Street, Methven.
Holy Communion, Thomson Street, Tinwald.
Worshipping God and transforming lives. 63 Princes Street, Netherby.
5pm ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH.
11.15am ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH.
Evensong, Park Street.
10am ST PAUL’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
10am ST STEPHEN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion, Park Street.
Worship service at Greenstreet led by Rev Henry Mbambo. Ashburton Staveley Road.
Morning worship led by Rev Helen Wallis at
10am - 3pm AGE CONCERN, 206 CLUB. Fun fill days for 60 years and older, for more information ring 308-6817. Cameron Street. (excludes public holidays).
Worship God and study his word. 131 Thomson Street, (Tinwald School hall).
2pm ASHBURTON MUSICAL CLUB.
10.30am GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Public concert with Nor’west Brass from Christchurch. Sinclair Centre, Park Street.
1pm - 3pm
Weekly Mahjong, counting, come and enjoy! Waireka Croquet Club, The Domain, Philip Street.
1pm - 3pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM.
Volunteers needed to help pick up litter. Meet East Street Chess Board, opposite Burnett Street, Ashburton.
12pm - 1pm ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
A great selection of many aircraft from the past to the future. Seafield Road.
A Free lunch. Ashburton Baptist Church, entry off Cass Street.
1pm - 4pm ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP.
1pm WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB.
10.30am VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH.
Open for research. Heritage Centre, 327
1.30pm LITTER FREE ASHBURTON.
6pm BOOTCAMP. Catering for all levels of fitness. Walnut Avenue Pavilion. Contact Georgia 0276888686 or Aleisha 0278489309.
7pm VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH. Worship God and study his word. 131 Thomson Street, (Tinwald School hall).
6pm ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Sweaty Bettys circuit training in hall, 48 Allens Road.
7.30pm CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAGUE. Euchre evening, new players welcome. Holy Name Pastoral Centre, Cnr Winter Street and Burnett Street. (every Monday, excludes public holidays).
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Ashburton Rest Homes
HML Home care Medical Limited - Ring 0800 700 155 for FREE 24hr Health Advice.
COLDSTREAM HOUSE, CAMERON COURTS and PRINCES COURT all have DAILY, unrestricted visiting.
For all urgent medical calls phone 0800 700 155 at any time. IN EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY PHONE 111. This service is for emergency medical care only. Please bring your Community Services Card. All non New Zealanders should bring their passport with them, New Zealanders should bring some form of ID. Moore Street Medical Cenre, Moore Street, will be the duty practice for Saturday until 8am Sunday. Consultations will be by appointment only. To make a booking please phone 0800 700 155. Ashburton Health First, Havelock Street, will be the duty practice for Sunday until 8am Monday. Consultations will be by appointment only. To make a booking please phone 0800 700 155.
If you do not have or cannot contact your regular dentist, please phone 027 683 0679 for the name of the rostered weekend dentist in Christchurch. Hours 9am - 5pm, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
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Safe Care - 24 hr Rape and Sexual
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Victims Support Group
24 hr - Freephone 0800 VICTIM (0800 842 846) Direct dials to a volunteer. For weekend and emergency services please phone 302 Ashburton Office - 307 8409 week-days, 9am - 2pm 8105 for details on how to access the after-hours service outside of these hours leave a message. each weekend.
Methven & Rakaia Area
Alcohol Drug Help Line
Call us free on (0800 787 797). Wises Pharmacy, Countdown Complex, East Street, will Lines open 10am - 10pm seven days. be open from 9am - 1pm Saturday, from 10am - 1pm Sunday Lifeline - Toll-Free: 0800 353 353. and from 5pm - 7pm both days.
DIAL 111 in the event of a Medical or Accident Emergency for reservations: 0800 802 802. COMMUNITY SERVICES T H E C R A FFreephone T S -M A N 9.30am, 3.20pm. BUSES Southbound: Northbound: 12.30pm, 5.10pm. 327 West Street, Ashburton, phone 308 1133. C H E ST N U T Open daily: 10am – 4pm - Wednesday: 10am – 7pm NIMAL ERVICES
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Havelock Street. Ph 308 7192. Saturday: 10am - 1pm. Sunday: 1pm - 4pm.
L eDog, a t h Stock e r & Noise Control
Ashburton District Council 03 307 7700 - 24h service.
Mid Canterbury SPCA
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Classifieds 26 Ashburton Guardian
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Administration Officer (Receptionist) Immediate start |Permanent Full time position | Previous administration experience essential
We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic administration officer to join our team at McIntosh Group. This is a permanent, full time position that involves being the first point of contact for all incoming calls and visitors, so a welcoming personality and can-do attitude are a must! Previous administration experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is essential, and your organisational and time management skills will be vital to the ongoing smooth running of this busy, dynamic office. In accordance with the Company’s Drug and Alcohol Policy, the successful applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test. Applicants must be eligible to work in New Zealand. Please email cover letter and CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively you can collect an application form from our offices at: 38 JB Cullen Drive.
Safe Communities Coordinator Safer Ashburton is embarking on a new initiative to obtain Safe Communities Accreditation for our District and the ongoing delivery of this model. The successful operation of the Safe Communities model is reliant on having a passionate and skilled individual to coordinate this work. Key elements of the role include: strategic planning; relationship management; inter-agency working and collaboration; data analysis and reporting; project planning and delivery. Ideally the candidate will have the following skills and experience: » Excellent communication (including presentational) and relationship management skills » An ability to work effectively with stakeholders and groups with awareness of IWI/Maori and other cultural groups » Aptitude with report writing and well developed analytical skills » Experience in strategic planning and community development » Skills and attributes in the areas of leadership, facilitation and project management » Knowledge of / interest in; community safety / crime prevention / injury prevention
This position is for 20 hours per week with some flexibility around when the hours will be worked. If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you. In-depth information on the Safe Communities model can be found at http://www.safecommunities.org.nz/ For further information and an application pack please contact Mary Bailey at Safer Ashburton. Applications close Friday, June 22.
Mixed Arable position A position has become available on an intensive mixed cropping/seed potato farm in Barrhill district.
Rosebank Residential Care and Retirement Village, Ashburton
Clinical Manager We are seeking an experienced Registered Nurse with Management and Aged Care experience to join our team.
A new position has arisen at our Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton branch for a Warehouse Supervisor. The successful candidate will be responsible for the daily operation of the warehouse, a team of six members, and the flow of stock from delivery to the store. This position is full-time Monday - Friday, but will include an occasional Saturday. To fill this position we require a motivated person with the following skills: • Proven leadership skills and experience in team management • Experience in warehouse operations would be an advantage • Passion for customer service • Ability to use initiative • Current forklift F endorsement certificate would be an advantage • Physically fit, ability to lift
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LEAD PRACTICE NURSE (0.8FTE) Do you enjoy communicating, motivating and building a great team environment to offer the best possible care to your community? We are seeking a registered nurse with a current Annual Practicing Certificate to fill the position of Lead Practice Nurse within our new purpose-built health facility. This is an exciting role that provides you the opportunity to look at new models of care, new health opportunities with a fantastic existing team of nurses, medics and administration. Key activity areas: • Rostering • Educating and motivating colleagues and enrolled patients • Service development For further information, a copy of the position description and application form, please contact: Nicky Webb, Business Manager, Three Rivers Health, 7-11 Allen’s Road, Allenton, Ashburton Tel 03 307 5030 Email applications to Nicky@threerivershealth.co.nz no later than close of day, Friday, June 22, 2018. All applications will be maintained in strict confidence.
This is a full time salaried position with an oncall component. This role requires strong leadership, effective communication skills and experience in providing palliative care. The incumbent will need to have a passion for delivering optimum clinical care and maintaining quality of life for our residents. We require a person who • Is a New Zealand Registered Nurse with a current APC; • Has sound knowledge of current governing legislation and regulations relevant to the aged care sector • Has trained in the use of the InterRAI Assessment tools and Restraint Minimisation and Safe Practice • Is a strong manager and leader with the ability to motivate staff; • Is empathic, committed and experienced in the delivery of care and services to the elderly; • Has proficient and effective verbal, written, computer literacy and interpersonal skills To request a position description and an application form please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking someone with experience to work with: • Shifting irrigators • Operation of tractors and other farm equipment • Loader work • Maintenance of machinery • General farm work and maintenance • Sheep work A Heavy Traffic licence would be an advantage. Single accommodation available but if prefer to live off farm allowances are negotiable. Remuneration based on experience. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. If you are motivated, have attention to detail, willing to learn and enjoy working in a team environment, but are also capable of working unsupervised. Please apply to: Annette and Leslie Maw 033021735 Or email a CV to email@example.com
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In return we offer: • Job security • Remuneration to match skill set • Working for a locally owned and operated business with national brand • Excellent staff buying privileges
Drive in - Calf rearer wanted
This position is full time but hours maybe flexible.
If this position meets your experience, skills and you would like to find out more, please send your C.V. and covering letter to:
We will be calving down 1000 cows.
The work involves preparation of financial statements for both farm and commercial clients.
Rearing 350 heifer replacements plus bobbies.
If you would like to work with a passionate and enthusiastic team in a modern office we would like to hear from you.
Past experience is a must for one of the calf rearers.
Please send your CV and contact details by June 14, 2018 to:
Pumping system used for filling feeders, so there will be no lifting of buckets of milk. We are situated 10 mins south of Ashburton.
Applications close Monday, June 11, 2018.
If you would like to know more please phone Kelly on 027 469 7609. Thanks
Mitre 10 MEGA Ashburton, due to a transfer has an opportunity available for two people to join their team. The position involves working in our Building Supplies department in a sales role. These positions are 33.5 hours and 24.5 hours per week which will include one weekend day. To be successful, applicants will have: • Ability to work in a team environment • Interest in building/D.I.Y • Excellent customer service skills • Fit and able to lift • Reliability • Able to use initiative The position offers great job satisfaction, support of the leading Trade & DIY retailer in Mid Canterbury. In return we offer fantastic staff buying privileges and solid job security. Please email your C.V. and covering letter to:
All applications close on Monday, June 11, 2018.
We are seeking an intermediate accountant to join our team.
HR.Ashburton@mitre10.co.nz or post to Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 35, Ashburton 7740.
Two positions Part-time
HR.firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Lyn Church, Human Resources, Mitre 10 MEGA, P.O. Box 35, Ashburton. 7740.
Applications close June 20, 2018
We are looking for two calf rearers from approximately on July 10 to end of September 2018.
Building Supplies department
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Guardian Real Esate
Casual/Part Time Farm Position Sheep and beef 15 mins Ashburton and Methven This position could suit a range of situations as the hours are flexible, however the ability to work weekends or at least every second weekend is essential (morning only). A modern one bedroom cottage is available if required. You would be required to work between several farms within our operation so drivers licence and ability to work unsupervised is essential. Skills required: tractor, stock, farm water systems, fencing, vehicle maintenance, engineering an advantage, general maintenance skills, chain saw. Please phone Hayden 0276 326 168 (leave message) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guardian Situations Vacant
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‘Individual Excellence in a Supportive Learning Environment’
Expressions of interest are invited for the position of Excavator Operator – full time, working within the Canterbury area, carrying out general farm maintenance - Immediate start. An experienced Operator is preferable, but willing to train the right person. The machine is a 2016 Hyundai Rubber Tyred Excavator (14T). Please supply CV to: email@example.com Phone 027 439 1556 Applications close June 18, 2018
SPORTS CO-ORDINATOR The successful applicant will have a high level and variety of skill-sets, and an interest in young people and sports administration. Effective working relationships are required with a variety of personnel and groups – locally, regionally and nationally. This is a permanent 32.5 hours per week, term-time only position for commencement 23 July 2018. Employment is under the Support Staff in School’s Collective Agreement, Grade C. Initial payment step commensurate with experience. Applications close noon, Friday 22 June 2018. Information package enquiries and applications please contact:
Jodee Ross, Principal’s Secretary Phone (03) 308 4193 ext 809 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ashburton College, PO Box 204, Ashburton 7740
Precision Animal Supplements Ltd 6 McGregor Lane, Ashburton The above company requires a factory worker to assist in the making of Dairy stock food. Forklift experience required Please apply by phoning 03 308 8212 or 0274 363 810 or email email@example.com
FIXED TERM CLASSROOM TEACHER TERMS 3 AND 4, 2018
To commence at the beginning of Term 3, we seek a dedicated, experienced and competent practitioner with a passion for Y7-8 and building relationships that lead to learners being actively engaged. We are a friendly, energetic and supportive team and would be interested to hear from you.
Expressions of interest in the form of a current CV and covering letter may be sent to: The Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are recruiting for a “Small Motor” Mechanic (Chainsaws, lawnmowers etc) and an Automotive Mechanic. Required to work in a busy rural workshop based in Mayfield Ashburton. Please reply by sending your CV to: Mayfield.serv@xtra. co.nz
Share farming opportunity wanted Experienced operator in mixed cropping and lamb fattening. Experienced with growing cereals, small seeds and winter feed. Experienced machinery operator. Over 30 years’ experience in farming. Will work in with owners requirements. All positions considered, in the Mid Canterbury district. A good alternative to leasing or selling. Terms by negotiation. All enquiries handled as strictly confidential. All enquires to 03 307 9051.
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Considering Selling? Call Mike who has proven rural expertise and the marketing reach to achieve the best result for your property.
The EA Networks Centre Stadium will be closed to the public and all other stadium users during the below dates due to the National Indoor Bowls Tournament being held. •
Friday 8 June until Saturday 16 June, 2018
The Gym and Pool will remain open as per their normal operating hours.
RURAL TRADING POST
WANTED Lease Ground for Potato Crop Rakaia Area Needs Irrigation with Reliable Water Any Paddock Size Considered Phone 027 547 8935
WANTED to buy, double bed, mattress and headboard in good condition. Phone 021 LIVESTOCK, PETS 046 7900. BUYER of unwanted animals. Cattle, bobby calves, TRADES, SERVICES horse and all farm animals. ASHBURTON Law - Peter We also sell pet food. Call Ragg - Contact anytime for Nick’s Pet Food 0272 101 Estates, property matters etc. 621, A/H 03 348 9439. email@example.com, phone 027 281 4686. LET OR LEASE to lease, DENTURES. Dr Peter WANTED Rumping, retired dentist, Ashburton. A blue chip tenant continues to provide full is looking for a ground floor space of dentures. Repairs to existing commercial dentures also available. approximately 300 square metre to lease. Must have Phone 027 220 9997. good access to public RURAL TRADING POST transport. Contact Colin AMSOIL SYNTHETIC Depree, Catalyst Consulting LUBRICANTS - All oils, 027 412 2214 or 093 795 greases, fuel additives, filters, 333. antifreeze, car polish, V & L cleaner, tyre cleaner, rust HOLIDAY bust, rain clear, engine ACCOMMODATION cleaner and more. Call local distributor: Veehof phone 302 AKAROA - CHARMING, spacious holiday home, 3 2911. bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, all electric heating. Sky, all mod MOTORING cons, short walk to village. WHEEL alignments at great Phone Brian 307-8000 or prices. Maximise the life 308-6180. of your tyres with an alignment from Neumanns HIRE Tyre Services Ltd, 197 Wills GENERAL hire. LawnStreet. Phone 308-6737. mowers, chainsaws, concrete breakers, trailers, and more. MEETINGS, EVENTS All your DIY / party hire, call and see Ashburton U-Hire. 588 East Street. Open MonFri 7.00 - 6.00pm; Sat 7.30am - 5.00pm; Sunday 8.30am 3.00pm. – Ph: 308 8061 Ashburton www.ashburtonuhire.co.nz Swim Team
GRASS/finishing feed wanted for lambs. Phone Mitch 027 313 1320.
FIREWOOD, semi dry old man pine $200. Dry blue gum $356. Green blue gum $180. All 3.6m3. Phone Shane James 027 611 3333. SCOOTER’S - new and secondhand three and four wheel electric scooters and wheel chairs. Call Fred Reddecliffe at Electric Mobility Ashburton today. Phone 308-3602
NEW to town. Asian sweetie. Sexy body. Slim size 8. Big busty 42DD. Friendly, good massage. Phone 021 257 1703.
WANTED to rent. Farm house plus shed. Able to look after farm holiday times. Crop, sheep, beef. Phone 027 535 0565.
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Steve Prescott - Sports Facility Manager
Applications close Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
We are looking for a skilled person to lead, manage and enhance the College’s Sports Programme.
Saturday, June 9, 2018
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Television 28 Ashburton Guardian
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Saturday, June 9, 2018 TVNZ 1
6am Te Karere 3 2 6:30 Country Calendar 3 Kiwi Gold Rush. 0 7am Rural Delivery 0 7:30 Infomercials 8:30 Faith In Action 9am F Code 1 3 0 9:30 Tagata Pasifika 10am Tipping Point 11am 5 Star Family Reunion 0 Noon Coronation Street 3 0 1:55 Kirstie And Phil’s Love It Or List It 3 0 3pm F Design Junkies 3 0 3:55 F Dream Catchers 0 4:25 Radar Across The Pacific Radar travels for two days to reach the isolated country of Tokelau, and finds out how it has harnessed solar energy to become the first country in the world to run on renewable energy. 0 4:55 The Chase 0 6pm 1 News At 6pm 0 7pm Britain’s Got Talent 0 8pm L Lotto The Lotto draw. 8:05 Britain’s Got Talent Continued. 0 8:20 The Hotel Inspector 0 9:20 One Of Us AO 0 10:30 Nancy Wake – The White Mouse AO 0
6am Paw Patrol 3 0 6:25 Thomas And Friends 0 6:35 Peppa Pig 0 6:45 Best Of Chuggington Collection 0 6:55 Jamie’s Got Tentacles 3 0 7:05 Penn Zero – Part-Time Hero 0 7:30 Transformers – Robots In Disguise 0 7:50 The Legendaries 0 8:15 Pokemon Sun And Moon 3 0 8:40 We Bare Bears 0 9am Regular Show 3 0 9:15 Walk The Prank 0 9:35 Bizaardvark 0 10am Fresh 10:30 Wilde Ride 0 10:55 Melissa And Joey PGR 0 11:25 Take Me Out PGR 0 12:25 Survivor New Zealand PGR 0 1:45 The 100 AO 0 2:45 Once Upon A Time PGR 0 3:40 Powerless PGR 0 4:10 Puppies Make You Laugh Out Loud 3 0 5pm M The Incredibles 2004 Animated. 0 7pm M Journey To The Centre Of The Earth PGR 2008 Fantasy Adventure. 0 8:35 M Pretty Woman PGR 1990 Romance. 0 10:55 M The Family AO 2013 Crime. 0
11:55 Indian Summers AO 3 Lord Hawthorne orders the police to arrest Adam; Ralph discovers a family secret; Alice decides to take a stand against her husband; an earthquake hits Simla. 0 12:55 Emmerdale PGR 3 0 2:55 Infomercials 5:30 The Key Of David
12:55 M Her Infidelity AO 2015 Thriller. Rachel Hunter, Clayton Chitty, Lane Edwards. 2:25 Distraction AO 0 3:15 Once Upon A Time PGR 3 0 4:45 Mike And Molly PGR 3 0 5:05 Baby Daddy 3 0 5:30 Beyond The Search
6am Charles Stanley 6:30 The Project 3 7:25 Infomercials 9:30 NewsHub Nation 0 10:30 F Married At First Sight USA PGR 3 0 11:30 Dancing With The Stars 3 0 2pm New Girl PGR 3 2:30 9JKL PGR 0 3pm The Goldbergs PGR 3 0 3:30 Come Dine With Me New Zealand 3 0 4pm Grand Designs New Zealand 3 Sky wants to build a remote, off-grid, island sanctuary where he and his family can escape the demands of mainland life. 0 5pm All Star Family Feud 3 Olympians v Reality Stars. 0 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm
6am Avatar – The Last Airbender 3 6:25 Ben 10 – Ultimate Alien 0 6:50 Kung Fu Panda – Legends Of Awesomeness 3 0 7:15 The Fairly Odd Parents 7:40 Trulli Tales 7:55 Atomic Puppet 8:05 Batman – Brave And The Bold 3 0 8:30 The Thundermans 3 10am Robot Wars PGR 11am The Crowd Goes Wild Omnibus 1:30 NRL Try Time 2:05 Hot Bench 2:30 Storage Hunters PGR 3pm Celebrity Antiques Road Trip 4pm Netball – ANZ Premiership 5pm Fishing Classics 0 5:30 Prime News 6pm Antiques Roadshow 0
7pm M Doctor Dolittle PGR 3 1998 Family. 0 8:35 M Edward Scissorhands PGR 3 1990 Drama. A man created by an inventor, who died before replacing his scissor hands with real ones, goes to live with an ordinary American family. 0 10:45 Brock AO 3 (Mini-series) 0
7pm Container Wars PGR 7:30 Phil Spencer’s Stately Homes In a visit to Bedfordshire’s Woburn Abbey, Phil explores the ancestral home of the Dukes of Bedford, basking in the glory of its shell grotto, state rooms and 3,000 acre deer park. 0 8:30 Rugby – International (DLY) All Blacks v France. 0
12:30 Infomercials 5am Hillsong 5:30 Charles Stanley
MOVIES PREMIERE 6:05 Annabelle – Creation 16VC 2017 Horror. Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto. 7:55 Love Blossoms PG 2017 Drama. Shantel VanSanten, Victor Webster. 9:25 Surprise Me PG 2017 Comedy. Journey to the Centre of Edward Scissorhands Jonathan Bennett, the Earth, 7pm on TVNZ 2 8:35pm on Three Fiona Gubelmann. 10:55 Patriots Day 16VLC BRAVO SKY 5 2016 Drama. Mark Wahlberg, 10am Beverly Hills Pawn 3 6am Raw MVC Kevin Bacon. 1:05 Alien – Covenant 16VLC 2017 Sci-fi 10:30 Beverly Hills Pawn 3 8:30 Smackdown MVC Thriller. Katherine Waterston, 10:58 The Dish 3 11am Say 10:15 Main Event MVC Michael Fassbender, Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 11:10 Wild West Alaska M Billy Crudup. 3:10 Annabelle 11:30 Say Yes To The Dress 12:05 Ice Road Truckers PG – Creation 16VC 2017 Atlanta 3 11:55 Say Yes 12:55 Deep Undercover MVLC Horror. Anthony LaPaglia, To The Dress Atlanta 3 Miranda Otto. 5pm Keeping 1:25 The Amazing Race 12:25 Say Yes To The Up With The Joneses MVLS PG 2:20 Supernatural MVS Dress Atlanta 3 12:53 The 2016 Comedy. Gal Gadot, 3:10 Arrow MVS 4pm Wild Dish 3 12:55 Back With Jon Hamm. 6:45 Deepwater West Alaska M Horizon ML 2016 Action. The Ex PGR 3 1:50 Dance 5pm The Amazing Race PG Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell. Moms 3 2:43 The Dish 3 8:30 Victoria And Abdul PG 6pm The Simpsons PG 2:45 Sell It Like Serhant 2017 Drama. Queen Victoria 6:30 Supergirl MVS PGR 3 3:40 Catfish 3 strikes up an unlikely friendship 4:35 Catfish 3 7:30 The Flash M with a young clerk, despite 5:35 Catfish 3 8:30 DC’s Legends Of her inner circle’s disapproval. 6:30 The Getaway Tomorrow M Judi Dench, Ali Fazal. 7:30 Below Deck PGR 10:25 Almost Christmas MVC 9:30 Arrow MVS 8:28 The Dish 3 2016 Comedy. Gabrielle Union, 10:30 Supernatural MVS Danny Glover. 8:30 My Crazy Ex AO 11:30 Wild West Alaska M 9:30 Southern Charm AO SUNDAY SUNDAY 12:30 Supergirl 12:15 Approaching The 10:30 Mysteries And MVS 1:25 The Flash M Unknown ML 2016 Drama. Scandals AO 3 Mark Strong, Luke Wilson. 2:15 DC’s Legends Of 11:25 Dance Moms 3 1:45 Deepwater Horizon ML Tomorrow M 3:05 Arrow SUNDAY 2016 Action. 3:35 Victoria MVS 3:55 Supernatural MVS 12:15 Infomercials 3 And Abdul PG 2017 Drama. 4:45 Ice Road Truckers PG 5am Love It Or List It – 5:25 Almost Christmas MVC 2016 Comedy. 5:35 The Simpsons PG Vancouver 3
11pm Rugby League – NRL (DLY) Sea Eagles v Warriors. From AMI Stadium, Christchurch. 12:50 Closedown
MOVIES GREATS 7:05 My Super Ex-Girlfriend MS 2006 Comedy. Luke Wilson, Uma Thurman. 8:40 Friday The 13th 16VLS 2009 Horror. Jared Padalecki, Danielle Panabaker. 10:20 American Pie 3 – The Wedding 16LS 2003 Comedy. Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan. 11:55 My Bloody Valentine 18VLS 2009 Horror. Jensen Ackles, Jaime King. 1:35 The Bank Job 16VLS 2008 Drama. Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows. 3:25 My Super Ex-Girlfriend MS 2006 Comedy. Luke Wilson, Uma Thurman. 5pm The Dictator 16LS 2012 Comedy. Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris. 6:25 Star Trek MV 2009 Sci-fi Action. Chris Pine. 8:30 Johnny English PGV 2003 Comedy. An accidentprone secret agent must rescue the crown jewels from a French business magnate. Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia. 10pm Signs M 2002 Scifi Thriller. Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix, Rory Culkin. 11:45 Jack And Jill PGVL 2011 Comedy. Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes. SUNDAY 1:15 Star Trek MV 2009 Sci-fi Action. Chris Pine. 3:20 Johnny English PGV 2003 Comedy. 4:45 The Making Of Bridesmaids MLS 5am Signs M 2002 Sci-fi Thriller.
6:30 Takaro Tribe 3 6:40 Pukoro 2 7:10 Te Nutube 3 7:20 Nia’s Extraordinary Life 3 7:30 Polyfest Kapa Haka 3 7:40 Huritua 3 7:50 Smooth 3 8am Te Kaea 3 2 8:30 Morena 3 9am Celebrity Playlist 3 9:30 Kai Time On The Road 3 10am KaweKorero 3 12:30 Matau PGR 3 1pm Basketball – Secondary Schools Championships 2pm The Pits TV 3pm Waka Ama Sprints 3 4pm Te Po Mekemeke 3 4:30 Marae Kai Masters 3 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm F Pukuhohe 3 6:30 Haka Nation 3 7pm Haka Life PGR 3 7:30 Raw PGR 8:30 M Love Is All You Need AO 2012 Romantic Comedy. After a hairdresser who has lost her hair to cancer finds her husband is having an affair, she goes to Italy for her daughter’s wedding, and meets and bonds with a widower. 10:30 Whaikorero 3 11pm Te Kaea 3 Maori Television’s daily news programme. 2 11:30 Closedown
SKY SPORT 1
6am American Pickers 7am Money For Nothing 8am Colin And Justin’s Cabin Pressure 8:30 Love Nature – Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan 9:30 Hugh’s Three Hungry Boys 10:30 Buying And Selling With The Property Brothers 11:30 American Pickers 12:30 World’s Biggest Flower Market 1:30 Expedition Unknown 2:30 Jimmy’s Farm Diaries 3pm Better Homes And Gardens 4pm Four Rooms 5pm Auction Kings 5:30 American Restoration 6:30 Tribal Bootcamp
7:30 American Pickers 8:30 M Ghost Town AO 2008 Comedy. When a man dies during a routine medical procedure, he wakes up to discover he has the annoying ability to see ghosts, all of whom want something from him. Ricky Gervais, Tea Leoni. 10:30 Iron Chef America 11:30 Four Rooms 12:30 Colin And Justin’s Cabin Pressure 1am American Restoration 2am M Ghost Town AO 2008 Comedy. Ricky Gervais, Tea Leoni. 4am Iron Chef America 5am American Pickers
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7:30 The World Rugby Show 8am L Golf – PGA Tour St Jude Classic – Second Round. 11am Golf – European Tour (HLS) Shot Clock Masters – Second Round. 11:30 Golf – LPGA (HLS) Shoprite Classic – First Round. Noon Tennis – Roland Garros (HLS) Day 13. 1pm Motorcycling – Isle Of Man TT (HLS) Senior TT. 2pm Golf – PGA Tour (HLS) St Jude Classic – Second Round. 2:30 Golf – LPGA (HLS) Shoprite Classic – First Round. 2:58 L Rugby League – Queensland Cup Burleigh Bears v Northern Pride. 5pm Wayne Smith – Rugby’s Professor 6:30 L Rugby – International All Blacks v France – First Test. 10:30 UFC 225 Countdown 11:35 L Cycling – Criterium Du Dauphine Stage Six.
8:30 Triathlon – ITU World Series (RPL) Nottingham – Mixed Relay. 9:30 NRL Highlights Friday. Raiders v Panthers; Titans v Rabbitohs. 10am The Professor’s Farewell Tour Poking harmless fun at rugby league, the clubs and the players. 10:40 Rugby League – NRL (RPL) Titans v Rabbitohs. From Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast. 12:40 Rugby League – NRL (RPL) Raiders v Panthers. From GIO Stadium, in Canberra. 2:40 L Rugby League – NSW Cup Western Suburbs Magpies v Blacktown Workers. 4:30 L Rugby League – NRL Sea Eagles v Warriors. From AMI Stadium, in Christchurch. 7:30 L Rugby League – NRL Knights v Roosters. From McDonald Jones Stadium, in Newcastle. 9:30 L Rugby League – NRL Eels v Cowboys. From TIO Stadium, in Marrara.
1:05 Fox Sports News 1:55 Rugby – International (HLS) All Blacks v France – First Test. 2:25 Rugby – International (HLS) Australia v Ireland – First Test. 2:55 L Rugby – International South Africa v England – First Test. 5am L Golf – PGA Tour St Jude Classic – Round Three.
Midnight Rugby League – NRL (RPL) Warriors v Sea Eagles. 2am King In The Ring (HLS) 2:30 Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Friday. 3am Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Warriors v Sea Eagles. 3:30 World Rugby Show 3:55 L Rugby League – Super League Catalans Dragons v Widnes Vikings.
0 Closed captions; 3 Repeat; 2 Maori Language; HLS Highlights; RPL Replay; DLY Delayed. CLASSIFICATIONS: 16/18 Approved for persons 16/18 years or over; AO Adults only; C Content may offend; L Language may offend; M Suitable for mature audiences; PG/PGR Parental guidance recommended for young viewers; S Sexual content may offend; V Contains violence. Local Radio: NewsTalk ZB 873AM/98.1FM FM Classic Hits ZEFM 92.5; Port FM Local 94.9, 98.9 and 106.1
DISCOVERY 6:35 MythBusters PG 7:30 How It’s Made PG 7:55 How It’s Made PG 8:20 Rocky Mountain Railroad PG Perfect Storm. 9:10 Deadliest Catch PG Coast Guard Heroes. 10am Shadow Of Doubt M New Girl in Town. 10:50 A Crime To Remember M 11:40 Gold Rush – Parker’s Trail PG Welcome to the Jungle. 12:30 Bushcraft Build-Off PG Hunting Season. 1:20 Diesel Brothers PG Dear Diary. 2:10 Fast ‘n’ Loud PG The Pickup Artist. 3pm Aussie Gold Hunters PG 3:50 Treehouse Masters PG The Bird Barn Treehouse. 4:45 Treehouse Masters PG Grace Vanderwaal’s Got Treehouse. 5:40 Treehouse Masters PG 6:35 BattleBots PG 7:30 Treehouse Masters PG 8:30 Insane Pools – Deeper Dive PG 9:25 Deadliest Catch – Legend Of The Saga PG 10:15 Smart China – Start Up Revolutions PG 11:05 Naked And Afraid M 11:55 MythBusters – The Search PG SUNDAY 12:45 MythBusters PG 1:35 How Do They Do It? PG 2am How Do They Do It? PG 2:25 Alaska – The Last Frontier M 3:15 Treehouse Masters PG 4:05 Treehouse Masters PG 4:55 How It’s Made PG 5:20 How It’s Made PG 5:45 MythBusters PG
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6am Rural Delivery 3 0 6:25 Fishy Business 0 6:50 Instant Gardener 0 7:40 Tagata Pasifika 8:05 Praise Be 8:35 Waka Man 0 9am Q+A 0 10am Marae PGR 2 10:30 Waka Huia 11am Attitude 0 11:30 Rapid Response PGR 3 0 11:55 Coronation Street CatchUp 0 12:55 Tiny House Nation 1:55 First Crossings 3 0 2:55 Heavy Rescue 401 3:55 Chasing Monsters 4:55 The Celebrity Chase British celebrities Ian Lavender, Leslie Ash, Ortise Williams, and Angellica Bell try to win money for charity by outwitting The Chaser. 0 6pm 1 News At 6pm 0 7pm Country Calendar 0 7:30 Sunday Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion go on the record about their illicit affair. 0 8:30 Coronation Street – From Here To Now Ben Price, otherwise known as Nick Tilsley, presents a two-hour special. 0 10:30 Hillary 0 11:30 Q+A 3 Local political-affairs programme. 0 12:35 Attitude 3 0 1:05 Emmerdale PGR 3 0 3:05 Infomercials
6am Miles From Tomorrowland 3 0 6:25 Thomas And Friends 0 6:35 Peppa Pig 0 6:45 Best Of Chuggington Collection 0 6:55 Chuggington – Little Trainees 3 0 7am Alvinnn!!! And The Chipmunks 3 0 7:10 Tangled – The Series 0 7:35 Andi Mack 3 0 8am What Now 10am Shortland Street Omnibus PGR 0 Noon Ugly Betty 0 1:55 Regular Show 0 2:05 F Mike And Molly PGR 3 0 2:35 N BlackIsh 0 3pm Home And Away Omnibus 0 5:05 The Simpsons 3 0 5:35 American Housewife 3 0 6pm The Middle 0 6:30 The Big Bang Theory 3 0
6am Life TV 6:30 Brian Houston 7am Charles Stanley 8am Living Church Of God 8:30 Turning Point 9am R&R 9:30 The Hui 0 9:55 NewsHub Nation 3 0 10:55 The New Celebrity Apprentice 3 0 11:35 Wedding Town 3 Noon Entertainment Tonight Weekend PGR 1pm Motorsport – Suzuki 4x4 Extreme 2pm Motorsport – IndyCar Championship (HLS) 3pm Motorsport – CRC (HLS) 4pm Motorsport – MotoGP (HLS) From Italy. 5pm Ocean Bounty Tony Threadwell describes the Danish seining process; the state of the Pegasus Bay fishery; United Fisheries distributes fish around New Zealand. 0 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm Dancing With The Stars 7pm Survivor New Zealand 0 8:05 M Pitch Perfect PGR 3 8:30 M The Nice Guys AO 2012 Comedy. A rebellious 2016 Action Comedy. student becomes the A deadpan thug-for-hire joins unexpected secret weapon forces with an inept private in her college’s all-female a investigator in 1970s Los capella group. Anna Kendrick, Angeles to investigate a girl’s Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson. 0 disappearance and the death of a porn star. Russell Crowe, 10:15 Chicago Med AO 3 0 Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice. 0 10:35 Time After Time AO 0 11:25 M Evil Dead AO 2013 11:15 Entertainment Tonight Horror. 0 1:05 M The Weekend PGR Entertainment stories Lazarus Effect AO 2014 Horror. 0 of the past week. 2:30 Infomercials 3:05 America’s 12:05 Infomercials Funniest Home Videos 3 0 3:25 Red Band Society PGR 4:10 Beyond The Search 3 4:40 Full House 3 0 5:05 The Muppets 3 0 5:30 Infomercials
Coronation Street – From The Nice Guys Here to Now, 8:30pm on TVNZ 1 8:30pm on TVNZ 2 6am Love It Or List It – Vancouver 3 9:10 Dance Moms 3 9:53 The Dish 3 9:55 Dance Moms 3 10:40 Below Deck PGR 3 11:25 Catfish 3 12:08 The Dish 3 12:10 Mysteries And Scandals AO 3 1:05 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 1:30 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 1:55 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 2:25 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 2:50 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 3:20 Say Yes To The Dress Atlanta 3 3:48 The Dish 3 3:50 Dance Moms 3 4:45 Catfish 3 5:40 Catfish 3 6:35 Catfish 7:30 Making A Model With Yolanda Hadid PGR 8:30 Back With The Ex PGR 9:35 Escaping Polygamy PGR 10:33 The Dish 3 10:35 Don’t Be Tardy AO 11:05 Don’t Be Tardy AO 11:30 Sell It Like Serhant PGR 3 12:20 Infomercials 3
SKY 5 6am Ghost Mine M 6:50 The Amazing Race PG 7:40 The Simpsons PG 8:10 Deep Undercover MVLC 8:40 Supernatural MVS 9:30 Chicago Justice MV 10:25 Supergirl MVS 11:15 The Flash M 12:10 DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow M 1:05 Arrow MVS 2pm Raw MVC 4:45 SmackDown MVL 6:30 Main Event MVC 7:30 Mountain Men PG Morgan’s trek into the Alaska Range leads to trouble when a whiteout strikes in an avalanche zone. 8:30 NCIS – LA MV 9:30 Chicago Justice MV 10:30 Longmire 16V 11:25 Raw MVC
1:55 SmackDown MVL 3:30 Main Event MVC 4:20 Longmire 16V 5:10 NCIS – LA MV
6am Religious Programming 10:30 Sport Box The best of the past week’s sports from New Zealand and around the world. Noon Flog It! 1pm Haati Grassroots Rugby 2pm Mad About You PGR 2:30 Escape To The Continent 3 0 3:30 Antiques Road Trip 3 4:30 Rugby Nation 5:30 Prime News 6pm Round Planet Armstrong Wedgewood (played by Matt Lucas) reveals the diversity of creatures in forests, from ants to elephants, and explores how and why bears choose to survive on tiny morsels. 0
10am Sidewalk Karaoke PGR 3 10:30 Hangi Pit Masters 3 11am Native Affairs 3 11:30 The Puna 3 Noon Both Worlds 12:30 Toa Hunter Gatherer PGR 3 1pm Matau PGR 3 1:30 Haka At Home 3 2:30 Gate To The Globe 3 3pm My Party Song 3 3:30 Touch Rugby – Junior Championships 4:30 Kai With Anne Thorpe 3 Anne prepares tuna nicoise, huevos rancheros, eggs done three ways, and kawakawa tea. 5pm Marae PGR 3 2 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm Aotearoa 3
6am Walking With The Great Apes 6:30 Through The Bible With Les Feldick 7am Christ Embassy 7:30 Waterfront House Hunting 8am Four Rooms 9am Jimmy’s Farm Diaries 9:30 Flat Pack Mansions 10am Tribal Bootcamp 11am Better Homes And Gardens Noon Walking With The Great Apes 12:30 American Restoration 1:30 World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides 2:30 American Pickers 3:30 Strip The City 4:30 The Hairy Bikers’ Comfort Food The Hairy Bikers cook some of their favourite comfort food. 5:30 Lone Star Restoration 6:30 F Get Out Alive
7pm Storage Wars PGR 7:30 Turkey With Simon Reeve PGR 0 8:30 Peak Antibiotics PGR 3 0 9:30 60 Minutes PGR 10:30 Wayward Pines AO 3
7pm Game Of Bros PGR 3 7:30 SmackDown PGR 8:30 M Inside Llewyn Davis AO 2013 Musical Drama. A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman. 10:25 Ipukarea 3 10:55 Te Kaea 3 2
7:30 American Pickers 8:30 M Imperium AO 2016 Drama. An FBI agent eager to prove himself in the field goes undercover as a white supremacist. Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette. 10:45 Unplugged Nation Series following a family wanting to leave city life behind and take up off-grid living.
11:25 Closedown 11:30 M I Give It A Year AO 3 2013 Romantic Comedy. After a quick courtship, two lovers decide to marry but, during their first year of marriage, temptation and incompatibility threaten their relationship. Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall. 0 1:30 Closedown
7:15 Approaching The Unknown ML 2016 Drama. Mark Strong, Luke Wilson. 8:45 Keeping Up With The Joneses MVLS 2016 Comedy. Gal Gadot, Jon Hamm. 10:30 Deepwater Horizon ML 2016 Action. Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell. 12:20 Victoria And Abdul PG 2017 Drama. Judi Dench, Ali Fazal. 2:10 Approaching The Unknown ML 2016 Drama. Mark Strong, Luke Wilson. 3:40 The Daughter MLS 2016 Drama. Geoffrey Rush, Paul Schneider. 5:15 Awkward Sexy People 16VLS 2015 Romantic Comedy. Sarah Burns, Adam Pally. 6:50 The Great Wall MV 2017 Action. Matt Damon, Jing Tian. 8:30 American Made 16VLSC 2017 Crime. The story of Barry Seal, an American pilot who transported contraband for the CIA and the Medellin cartel in the 1980s. Tom Cruise, Domhnall Gleeson. 10:25 King Arthur – Legend Of The Sword MVL 2017 Action Adventure. Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law. MONDAY 12:30 The Bounce Back MLSC 2016 Romance. Shemar Moore, Nadine Velazquez. 2:15 The Daughter MLS 2016 Drama. Geoffrey Rush, Paul Schneider. 3:50 Directors – Michael Mann PG 2009 Documentary. 4:20 American Made 16VLSC 2017 Crime.
6:45 The Dictator 16LS 2012 Comedy. Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris. 8:10 Jack And Jill PGVL 2011 Comedy. Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes. 9:40 Star Trek MV 2009 Sci-fi Action. Chris Pine. 11:45 Johnny English PGV 2003 Comedy. Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia. 1:10 Signs M 2002 Sci-fi Thriller. Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix, Rory Culkin. 2:55 Jack And Jill PGVL 2011 Comedy. Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes. 4:25 Sherlock Holmes 2 – A Game Of Shadows MV 2011 Action. Robert Downey jr, Jude Law. 6:30 Hot Fuzz MVLC 2007 Comedy. Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman. 8:30 End Of Watch 18VL 2012 Crime Drama. Two LAPD officers must deal with the backlash after exposing members of a drug cartel. Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Peña. 10:20 The Switch MS 2010 Comedy. Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman. MONDAY Midnight The Sentinel MV 2006 Crime. Michael Douglas, Kiefer Sutherland, Eva Longoria. 1:45 Sherlock Holmes 2 – A Game Of Shadows MV 2011 Action. Robert Downey jr, Jude Law. 3:55 Hot Fuzz MVLC 2007 Comedy. 5:55 End Of Watch 18VL 2012 Crime Drama.
SKY SPORT 1 10am Golf – European Tour (HLS) Shot Clock Masters – Round Three. 10:30 Tennis – Roland Garros (RPL) Women’s Singles Final. 1pm Golf – PGA Tour (HLS) St Jude Classic – Round Three. 1:30 Golf – LPGA (HLS) Shoprite LPGA Classic – Round Two. 2pm L Netball – ANZ Premiership Stars v Steel. 4pm L Netball – ANZ Premiership Tactix v Magic. 6pm L Netball – ANZ Premiership Pulse v Mystics. 8pm Motorcycling – Isle Of Man TT (HLS) Sidecar TT – Race Two. 9pm Motorcycling – FIM Superbike World Championship (HLS) Czech Republic – Race One. 9:30 Netball – ANZ Premiership (HLS) Stars v Steel. 10pm Netball – ANZ Premiership (HLS) Tactix v Magic. 10:30 Netball – ANZ Premiership (HLS) Pulse v Mystics. 11pm Fox Sports News 11:35 L Cycling – Criterium Du Dauphine Stage Seven. MONDAY 1:05 Rugby Nation 2am L Athletics – IAAF Diamond League Stockholm. 4am Motorcycling – Isle Of Man TT (HLS) Sidecar TT – Race Two. 5am L Golf – PGA Tour St Jude Classic – Round Four.
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11:45 World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides 12:45 The Hairy Bikers’ Comfort Food 1:45 M Imperium AO 2016 Drama. Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette. 4am American Pickers 5am Lone Star Restoration
SKY SPORT 2 6am Rugby – International (HLS) All Blacks v France – First Test. 6:35 World Rugby Show 7:05 Rugby – International (HLS) Australia v Ireland – First Test. 7:35 L Rugby – International Argentina v Wales – First Test. 10am Rugby – International (RPL) All Blacks v France. Noon Wayne Smith – Rugby’s Professor 1:30 Tennis – Roland Garros (HLS) Day 14. 2:30 Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Warriors v Sea Eagles. 3pm Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Saturday. 3:30 L Rugby League – NRL Sharks v Tigers. 6pm L Rugby League – NRL Storm v Broncos. 8pm Sunday Night With Matty Johns 9pm King In The Ring (HLS) 9:30 Fox Sports News 10pm Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Warriors v Sea Eagles. 10:30 Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Saturday. 11pm Rugby League – NRL (HLS) Sunday. 11:50 L Triathlon – ITU World Series Leeds – Women’s Race. MONDAY 2:35 L Triathlon – ITU World Series Leeds – Men’s Race. 5am Rugby – International (HLS) All Blacks v France – First Test. 5:30 L Motorsport – Nascar Cup Series Firekeepers Casino 400. 10Jun18
DISCOVERY 6:35 MythBusters PG 7:30 How It’s Made PG 7:55 How It’s Made PG 8:20 Aussie Gold Hunters PG 9:10 New Zealand – Evolution Islands PG Island Giants. 10am Gold Rush – Parker’s Trail PG Welcome To The Jungle. 10:50 Moonshiners M Foraging for a Long Winter Ahead. 11:40 BattleBots PG 12:30 MythBusters – The Search PG 1:20 Deadliest Catch – Legend Of The Saga PG 2:10 Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 3pm Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 3:50 Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 4:45 Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 5:40 Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 6:35 Insane Pools – Off The Deep End PG 7:30 Rocky Mountain Railroad PG 8:30 New Zealand – Evolution Islands PG 9:25 Aussie Gold Hunters PG 10:15 Tribe Alive! PG 11:05 Gold Rush – Parker’s Trail PG 11:55 Deadliest Catch – Legend Of The Saga PG MONDAY 12:45 MythBusters PG 1:35 How Do They Do It? PG 2am How Do They Do It? PG 2:25 Alaska – The Last Frontier M 3:15 Treehouse Masters PG 4:05 Treehouse Masters PG 4:55 How It’s Made PG 5:20 How It’s Made PG 5:45 MythBusters PG
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CADOGAN, Edna Joan Please note all late death (Joan) – notices or notices sent On June 7, 2018. Passed away peacefully at outside ordinary office hours must be emailed to: Ashburton, with her family by email@example.com her side, aged 85 years. to ensure publication. Now reunited with Bert, and Allan. To place a notice during Dearly loved wife of the late office hours please contact Bert. Much loved mother and us on 03 307 7900 mother-in-law of Sue and for more information Alan, Robin and Nicki, and Any queries the late Allan. Loved Nana of please contact Shaun and Lisa, Daniel and 0800 Jessica, and Louise; Gareth ASHBURTON and Jamie, Cory and Maree, (0800-274-287) Georgia, Harrison, Lilliana, and Travis, and loved great Nana of her great grandchildren. A special thank you to the staff at Coldstream Rest Home for their loving care of Joan. Messages to 44 Albert Street, Ashburton 7700 or 8 Milford Street, Waimate 7924. A Canterbury owned, service to celebrate Joan’s locally operated life will be held at our Chapel, cnr East and Cox Streets, Patersons Ashburton on TUESDAY, Funeral Services June 12, commencing at 3.00pm. Followed by private and Ashburton cremation at the Ashburton Crematorium Ltd Crematorium Paterson’s Funeral Services FDANZ Ashburton Ph 307 7433
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MONDAY: Occasional rain, gradually clearing. S turning E.
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TODAY: Fine and frosty, high cloud increasing. N, gusty in the afternoon.
MURDOCH, Morris McLean (Mac) – Waimate Mac’s family wish to sincerely thank all those who supported us by sending flowers, baking, cards and messages fine mainly isolated cloudy fine showers following the recent sad loss of Mac. To Juliet Crawford, Rev Rory Grant and Gary Burtenshaw your help with fog isolated snow sleet thunder flurries Mac’s farewell service was most appreciated. Special thanks to the caring staff at Timaru Hospital and Dr Rob Canterbury Plains Helliwell. Also to the TODAY wonderful Presbyterian Support caregivers for their Fine with morning frosts, but high cloud help and kindness over the increasing. Northwesterlies gradually last two years. Please accept this as a personal strengthening. acknowledgement of our TOMORROW gratitude.
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HOGG, Alison Marion – Peacefully at Christchurch Hospital on June 7, 2018. Loved wife of the late Brien, dearly loved mother of Iain and Kirstie, Janet and Richard Moriarty, and Henry and Sandy. Much loved Nana of Jake; Jemma and Paul, Beauan and Zara, and Tayla; Katelyn, and William, and great grandma of Macey. Loved wife of Bevan Small, and respected friend of Bevan’s children. Donations to the Cancer Society Ashburton would be appreciated and may be left at the service. A memorial service to celebrate Alison’s life will be held at 94 Carters Terrace, Rapid number 124, Tinwald, Ashburton on Monday, June 11 at 1.00pm.
FARRELL, Shirley Catherine – South Canterbury On June 8, 2018. Passed Funeral Services Ltd away peacefully at Ashburton, aged 87 years. Dearly loved wife of the late FUNERAL Neil. Much loved mother and FURNISHERS mother-in-law of Karin, Martin and Denise, Jill and Phil. MASTER MID CANTERBURY Loved Gran and great Gran MONUMENTAL MASON FUNERAL SERVICES of Sam, Sarah, Fletcher and Georgie, Matt, Anya, Mason, E.B. CARTER LTD Galbraith’s provide choice! and Hadlee; Michelle, Ben, For all your memorial We have a team of highly respected, professional funeral directors and Galbraith’s Chloe, and Zach; Geraldine, celebrants. We oﬀer you complete funeral care including pre-arrangement, requirements and your choice of venue, funeral celebrants and catering. Matt, Christian, and Ashton; provide choice! New headstones and designs We believe that every life is unique and every person’s funeral needs to Simon and Sian; Alice, and Renovations, reﬂect their individuality - ask us how we can be of assistance to you and Call us on Sophie. Messages to 70a your family. Additional inscriptions, Call us on 308 3980 Nursey Drive, Ashburton Cleaning and Concrete work 308 visit 3980 our new premises at 7700. A special thank you toor call in and Carried out by qualified 246 Havelock Street Dr Penny Holdaway, the staff or call in and visit tradesmen. at Terrace View Retirement East Street Ashburton our new premises at 620 Village and Ward Rob 1,Cope-Williams Ph/Fax 308 5369 Eion McKinnon Ashburton Hospital for their or 0274 357 974 246 Havelock firstname.lastname@example.org loving care of Shirley. A NZMMMA Member Street service for Shirley will held at our Chapel, cnr East and Cox Streets, Ashburton onOﬃcial Opening 18 Feb - 9am til 4pm MONDAY, June 11, 2018, commencing at 1.30pm. Following by private cremation at the Ashburton Crematorium. Celebrant
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FZL: 3000m, lowering to 1600m about divide
About the divide: Rain with heavy falls, gradually easing from afternoon. Elsewhere: Occasional rain gradually spreading from the S. Snow to 1900m. Wind at 1000m: Gale NW 80 km/h in the north at first, easing to 30 km/h from afternoon, changing SE 40 km/h in the evening. Wind at 2000m: Severe gale NW 90 km/h, gradually easing to W 30 km/h, then dying out in the evening.
Fine spells developing in the south. Remaining cloudy with patchy light rain in the north. Light winds.
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5:47 11:53 6:06 12:16 6:31 12:39 6:55 1:04 7:15 1:28 7:43 The times shown are for the Ashburton River mouth. For the Rangitata river mouth subtract 16 minutes and for the Rakaia river mouth subtract 4 minutes.
Rise 8:03 am Set 5:01 pm
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Rise 3:09 am Set 2:49 pm
Good fishing Rise 4:19 am Set 3:21 pm
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Selwyn Whitecliffs (NIWA) at 3:00 pm, yesterday
Rakaia Fighting Hill (NIWA) at 3:00 pm, yesterday
Nth Ashburton at 4:05 pm, yesterday
Sth Ashburton at 4:05 pm, yesterday
Rangitata Klondyke at 4:00 pm, yesterday
Waitaki Kurow at 3:24 pm, yesterday
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Forecasts for today
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Palmerston North fine
TOMORROWFZL: Lowering to 1500m in afternoon
High cloud increasing. Rain, with heavy falls, developing about the divide from the S in the afternoon, with a few spots of rain spreading further E. Snow to 1900m. Wind at 1000m: NW rising to gale 80 km/h in the morning. Wind at 2000m: NW 50 km/h, gradually rising to severe gale 100 km/h by evening.
Scattered rain. Southeasterlies gradually dying out.
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A high covers the North Island while a front moves onto the west of the South Island from the Tasman Sea. The front weakens away tomorrow as a ridge pushes on from the west and becomes slow moving to the east on Monday. A moist easterly flow develops on Monday and persists through Wednesday.
drizzle drizzle few showers clearing showers
Cloudy with occasional rain spreading northward. Strong northerlies easing in the morning, then changing southerly in the afternoon.
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Ashburton Airport Temperature °C At 4pm 9.9 11.2 Max to 4pm 6.6 Minimum 3.9 Grass minimum Rainfall mm 0.0 16hr to 4pm June to date 17.4 Avg Jun to date 17 2018 to date 571.4 299 Avg year to date Wind km/h NE 17 At 4pm Strongest gust NE 28 Time of gust 2:16pm
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Puzzles and horoscopes www.guardianonline.co.nz Cryptic crossword
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WordWheel Insert the missing letter to complete an eight-letter word reading clockwise or anti-clockwise.
How many words of three or more letters, including plurals, can you make from the five letters, using each letter only once? No foreign words or words beginning with a capital are allowed. There is at least one fiveletter word.
Quick crossword 1
Previous solution: INFUSION 11
Previous Cryptic solution
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TODAY’S GOALS: Good – 9 Excellent – 11 Amazing – 13
Previous Quick solution 14
DOWN 2. Joined writing (7) 3. Gorge (7) 4. Agility (9) 6. Give off (5) 7. Silhouette (7) 8. Black mark (7) 13. Triple (9) 14. Contributing parts (7) 15. Molasses (7) 17. Making brief notes (7) 18. Find guilty (7) 20. Horrify (5)
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Previous solution: den, die, din, dine, dip, end, ide, nide, nip, pen, pie, pied, pin, pine, pined.
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ACROSS 1. Roll of parchment (6) 5. Give support to (6) 9. Halt (6) 10. Tradition (6) 11. Weakness (4) 12. Outside (8) 14. Condition (6) 16. Spurn (6) 19. Crack in a glacier (8) 21. Diminutive (4) 22. Reside (6) 23. Beginnings (6) 24. Becomes larger (6) 25. Fingers (6)
ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19): A lot that needs doing can only be done by you. To avoid becoming overwhelmed, dump everything onto a sheet of paper. You’ll immediately feel better. Then comes the sorting. You’re on your way! TAURUS (Apr 20-May 20): You’ll have a feeling about someone then the feeling will be confirmed. You’ll have a different feeling about the situation and that will also be confirmed. Is this a self-fulfilling prophecy or psychic validation? GEMINI (May 21-Jun 21): You’ve been outgoing, and you’ve been introverted; both modes have worked for you. So don’t be afraid to go with your mood today, even if you don’t think it’s quite what the room wants. Do you. CANCER (Jun 22-Jul 22): What about getting a coach? Even if you have to pay someone, if it’s the difference between reaching your goals and not reaching them, it will be worth it. Accountability: That’s the thing missing now. LEO (Jul 23-Aug 22): Some friendships are like museums, you stroll along making discoveries, and others are like sporting events, you play hard and compete. Either is good. Just don’t mistake one for the other. VIRGO (Aug 23-Sep 22): Since your instinct is to go forward with gusto, you’re likely to get attention with your approach. Fear will dissipate. It will simply burn off as though it’s fuelling your motion. You’ll have an impact. LIBRA (Sep 23-Oct 23): The tasks may be arduous, and you don’t mind a bit, as long as they’re also necessary. So ask yourself: “Will I be closer to my goals if I continue to work on this?” Then let the answer be your guide. SCORPIO (Oct 24-Nov 21): In some matters you’re inclined to be uncompromising, and this is your right and privilege. But when it comes to your loved ones, you have the flexibility and sensitivity it takes to create harmony. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): Your thoughts will be louder than usual, as they are invigorated by the work you give them. This is important to you! Those who really know you can almost hear your thoughts in their own heads. CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): So many of life’s changes occur so slowly over time that you can’t tell the difference over the course of a day. That’s why the change you see today will be momentous and exciting indeed. AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18): Even though technically you may feel it’s not possible to make people happy, if they find happiness on your watch, it will be a point of personal pride, rightly so. PISCES (Feb 19-Mar 20): The popular solution will work for you, too. Are you wary of finding luck with the well-trodden path? Don’t worry: You’ll do things a little differently (you won’t be able to help yourself), and you’ll still get results.
ACROSS 2. Regalia perhaps for US soldier backing in vehicle (5) 5. When involved in central heating you’ll find ready money (4) 7. Just a little Scotch? Let it go! (4) 8. One may be put out by such an order (8) 9. Doesn’t agree but is dispatched in extremes of deviousness (8) 11. Is skilled enough to remove top of black in heraldry (4) 12. Search I traced out proved to have distinguishing qualities (13) 15. Being long in the tooth, it takes some stuff angrily (4) 17. Chill on the cape with frigidity (8) 19. Company politician lied somehow but got it together (8) 21. What a lot of things to fetch the shopping in! (4) 22. You and I have an agreement to put onto solid food (4) 23. Is notedly uttering as one is a squealer (5) DOWN 1. Ran this around only to spoil one’s reputation (7) 2. Hollow one’s hands for a trophy (3) 3. Inexperienced, but scoring three at snooker (5) 4. Unfortunately uses ire to publish it again (7) 5. Animal act putting the middle on top (3) 6. Some fishes lash wildly around the ring (5) 10. A careless gesture calling for quiet when on the mat (5) 11. Chinaman, such as Botham produced? (5) 13. Puckers up like weeds in the cornfield (7) 14. Takes on last two of women first as infantry officers (7) 16. Superior naval rating, over-curtailed (5) 18. Has much to bear, and the Spanish get upset about it (5) 20. Back up North there’s amusement to be had with words (3) 21. Short subscription given over to transport (3)
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