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K2 puts locals in hospital By Sam Morton Ashburton residents have been admitted to Christchurch Hospital after smoking K2. The shocking revelation, which saw at least two individual Ashburton cases unfold at the Christchurch Emergency Department at the weekend, demonstrates exactly why the Government has banned the harmful chemicals found in K2. The Temporary Class Drug
Notice, which came into force yesterday, makes it illegal to import, manufacture, sell or supply BB-22 and 5F-AKB48 – prominently found in K2. However, that did little to deter one local business from selling it – ignoring the new law completely and openly offering the synthetic cannabis-type substance – along with other legal highs. In a Guardian sting operation yesterday, the Bel Air Dairy on East Street was the only premises to offer the harmful synthetic
cannabis-type substance – along with other legal highs. Overnight Wednesday, a law banning a prominent chemical used in K2 came into instant effect, but that clearly did little to deter the local business from selling it. Although the Bel Air Dairy owner told the mystery shopper he had run out of stock yesterday, he made it clear that he would be restocking the new product next week and encouraged the customer to return.
In the meantime, he offered the mystery shopper other legal high products which he described as “fine” and “okay to use”. Last month, during another undercover sting, Coin Save merchandise store, also on East Street, had the products and told the reporter they were out of stock, but would restock. Yesterday, the Guardian’s mystery shopper was told the store no longer sold the artificial drug and would unlikely to do so again. It was not known if the store
sold other legal highs. Despite the new law forcing shops to clear K2 from their shelves, synthetic cannabis suppliers have been quick to readjust their product, removing the banned product and replacing it with legal ingredients. It is understood the new products may hit the shelves as early as Monday. Health authorities and police are scathing, blaming the products for psychosis effects and other mental harm seen around
the country. Last weekend alone, two Ashburton cases related to consuming K2 were dealt with in the Christchurch Emergency Department, with a Canterbury District Health Board spokeswoman pointing out those cases were not the first from Mid Canterbury. However, tracking down detailed statistics would be time consuming and likely to take a while. Senior Sergeant Grant Russell, of Ashburton, said police were aware of two stores in Ashburton
that stocked the product and said police would likely “look into it” next week. “It wouldn’t be something we do this week, but we would certainly look into it,” Mr Russell said. Meanwhile, Associate Minister of Health Peter Dunne is aiming to pass yet another law to force suppliers to prove their products are not harmful, before they hit the shelves in a bid to remove the products altogether. The law is unlikely to be passed until August.
ACC claims from Bond, Murray get their gongs scooter accidents spike By Myles Hume A resurgence in the popularity of push scooters has led to a dramatic 1740 per cent rise in the number of Mid Canterbury children seriously injured. Principals blame the huge spike on the number of children riding push scooters in Mid Canterbury, but child safety authorities are calling for schools and parents to enforce safety rules. Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) statistics obtained by the Guardian show there were 87 claims lodged in the Ashburton District last year, more than 17 times the number in 2008, which was just six. Nationally, the claims have leapt from 1047 in 2008, to 7553 last year, with more than 6000 of those claimants last year under the age of 14. Ashburton District Council road safety co-ordinator Rachael Boyd said the number of injuries could be lowered if children wore helmets and shoes while riding scooters. She said more than half of New Zealand children in urban primary schools scootered to school, and Ashburton’s pupils were no different. “While it is not a legal requirement to wear helmets, they should be worn at all times,” she said. “For young children many learn to ride a scooter before they can ride a bike. “We don’t want children to stop riding scooters; we just want them to be safe when they do.” Mrs Boyd said. Longbeach School principal Neil Simons said the figures went hand-in-hand with an influx two years ago in Mid Canterbury, when many youngsters started bringing their scooters to school. “I think also we have seen a shift in the extreme sports becoming even more extreme, on Nitrocircus or the X Games you now see them doing double back flips on scooters, maybe kids are watching them and trying more extreme things,” Mr Simons said. Tinwald School principal Peter Livingstone said he had seen “a few bumps and bruises” when letting the pupils ride their scooters for two days a week at school,
CLAIMS FOR SCOOTER INJURIES District Ashburton Timaru Selwyn National
2008 6 7 4 1047
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Rachael Boyd but there had been no serious injuries. The school had a number of
2010 15 21 12 2220
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rules in place to ensure safety. “In terms of helmets, our children don’t have them and we have no recorded head injuries, if they are called for that’s not a problem,” Mr Livingstone said. The Ashburton District recorded more claims than surrounding districts. The Timaru District peaked last year with 65 ACC claims while the Selwyn District saw only 37. SafeKids director Ann Weaver said they were looking to entice schools to create policies that meant children had to wear helmets and other safety equipment to school. She hoped “it would help reduce” the 158 hospitalisations and eight deaths related to riding scooters in New Zealand.
Hamish Bond and Eric Murray after they were presented the Member of New Zealand Order of Merit. By Jonathan Leask and APNZ
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The number of Accident Compensation Corporation claims for push scooter related injuries has skyrocketed in Mid Canterbury during the past four years.
Chertsey’s Hamish Bond was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to rowing on Wednesday. Together with rowing partner Eric Murray, Bond won gold in the men’s coxless pair at the London Olympics, setting new Olympic and world records at the same time. They make a formidable team and they are so inseparable that they added another accolade together, standing side-by-side in their Olympic blazers as they were made Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit for their services to rowing. “The nature of our sport and our event is that we are, I guess, intrinsically linked, probably for perpetuity,” Bond said. “I guess it’s Bond and Murray or Murray and Bond, whatever way you want to put it around.
“And I’m comfortable with that. “Each of us couldn’t have done it without the other and each of us is an important cog. So I’m comfortable with being part of a team, a small one at that but it’s still a team.” Bond said he hadn’t had a lot of time to comprehend the significance of the honour. “I’ve been busy,” the Olympic gold medallist said, training right up until a few hours before [the] ceremony with the goal of repeating the success he’s already had. “You don’t get sick of [awards],” Bond said. “I personally didn’t start out rowing to receive awards or anything like that. We just wanted to see how far we could go in the sport. “[The] award is probably recognition of the impact sport has on the community and the public at large and that’s something that we’ve noticed since coming
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Hamish Bond and Eric Murray celebrate after winning the men’s coxless pair at the London Olympics. back from London. “We do have the power to inspire, I guess, and going to schools and seeing the reaction of kids has sort of brought that home.” The accolades continue to add up and Bond says he hopes they
will keep coming. “It’s pretty obvious what the goal is ... to carry on winning. “We’ve achieved really everything as far as accolades in our sport and our event but I guess the challenge at this stage is to do it all again.”
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Still no solution for bus run By Myles Hume Temporary funding for a Mount Hutt College bus that transports pupils from Rakaia will be cut next month, leaving the college to come up with an alternative way to continue the bus run. Principal John Schreurs said he was in talks with the Ministry of Education, but the college would have to conjure up a solution to
fund the bus for the rest of the year, and in the future, after the ministry slashes its temporary funding at the start of June. However, Mr Schreurs said it was too early to say what those options were. “The ministry have funded the run until June, and as soon as we were aware of that we told parents,” he said. At the end of last year, the Ministry of Education told the college that it
was not entitled to funding that transported about 40 pupils to and from Rakaia each day because the bus was travelling outside the Transport Entitlement Zone (TEZ). The news came as a shock to pupils and parents who faced the prospect of losing their transport to school or having to fork out hundreds of dollars each to continue the run. Only giving the college a small timeframe to make a decision, the
ministry decided to grant a six month extension and said it would fund the bus until June this year. Yesterday, Mr Schreurs said the college was yet to make a decision on how the bus would continue for the rest of the year. In the past it has been hinted that a cost-sharing arrangement between the college and affected parents could be an option. “I’m in talks with the ministry asking for clarification about the rules
around busing and interpretations,” Mr Schreurs said. When it was revealed to parents and the college late last year that the bus may be cut, it caused widespread concern. Mr Schreurs said he was “frustrated” with the way it was handled by the ministry, who later said they would extend the funding. “The whole thing seemed to be a bit hasty which made it hard to focus on what we needed to do.”
Seven Mid Canterbury firefighters will climb the Auckland Sky Tower tomorrow, to raise money for leukaemia in a nationwide fundraiser. A six-strong Rakaia crew left for Auckland this morning, to take part in the annual Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge for the first time. Methven firefighter Rob Markillie is also taking part.
Traditionally, the event sees more than 400 firefighters from around the country battle their way to the top of the Sky Tower in full firefighter gear – weighing up to 25kg. Firefighters race to the top, climbing 1103 steps and 51 floors in the process. Tyrone Burrowes, of Rakaia, said he was looking forward to the challenge – having trained for the occasion over the past few weeks. “The support has been great right
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Methven’s tree woes continue By Susan Sandys Methven Volunteer Fire Brigade members say trees in roadside berms in the town have nearly caused them to crash on the way to emergencies. The brigade is the latest voice to be added to the call for the Ashburton District Council to trim the trees, following the mayor last month and residents in recent years. The council planted the approximate 20 dawn redwoods along Main Street as part of a town beautification project about 15 years ago. The alpine-style trees have been growing ever since, and are expected to ultimately reach the height of a three-storey building.
Brigade chief Selwyn Allred said yesterday that trees at the corner of McKerrow Street and Main Street were proving an issue for the brigade. When fire engines came to the corner, after leaving the station on McKerrow Street, motorists coming down Main Street could not see them as they were obscured by the trees - one either side of McKerrow Street. Additionally, the trees blocked the view of the fire appliance driver along Main Street. “And there’s been times pulling out of there with lights and sirens going and cars coming along haven’t seen us, so we do see it as a danger to us,” Mr Allred said. “We have had some close calls.” The issue was mainly the width of the trees, as opposed to their
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Guilty plea welcomed in animal welfare case Federated Farmers welcomes a dairy farm-owning company’s decision to admit guilt to animal cruelty charges sends a strong deterrent message. Yesterday, in a Rotorua court, South Island-based company MilkPride changed its plea to charges laid by the former Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. MilkPride has now admitted one representative charge of failing to provide proper and sufficient food to 392 dairy cows on Taharua Farm near Taupo, in September and October 2009. When the trial opened on Monday, the company pleaded not guilty to 625 charges of failing to provide more than 1000 cows with sufficient food and water or wilfully ill-treating them. Ministry inspectors and staff reported a number of the cows were in such poor condition they were destroyed. “With sentencing yet to be passed we are pretty much limited to what we can say,” Federated Farmers’ Dairy chairperson Willy Leferink said. “Farmers like me were troubled by what we saw and the public deserve to know it is not representative of dairy farming. In this case, farming was both on trial but farming was also part of the prosecution. “I wish to acknowledge the work of DairyNZ’s early intervention team, Federated Farmers members and the Ministry for Primary Industries itself. “New Zealand has strong laws on animal welfare. We don’t pay lip service to it and it is central to good farm management. “This was also reinforced yesterday by the Animal Welfare Amendment Bill being introduced into Parliament. “The guilty plea to a representative charge will now save the taxpayer the expense of a longer trial.” Mr Leferink, who has farms in Mid Canterbury, said farmers know that good animal welfare is good for business. “A happy cow is a good producer so maltreating them not only destroys value, it hits production,” he said.
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height. They either need to be trimmed back very seriously or removed altogether,” Mr Allred said. Last month at a Methven Community Board meeting, mayor Angus McKay spoke of his concern that a car crash may result from the trees obscuring motorists’ vision. Motorists in the ski town have grumbled about the trees for years, with one or two even taking to trimming them themselves over the years. Council chief executive Brian Lester said yesterday that he had asked his roading and street services manager to report on whether the trees were a traffic hazard. “If any trees are found to be a hazard the council will then
look at how best to address any issues, which may include pruning or removal of trees,” Mr Lester said. When they were planted the trees had been “an important component of the overall look of the town centre and were agreed to by the Methven community as part of the redesign process”, he said. “Because of the importance of the trees to the design and look of the town centre the council would be reluctant to have any removed but road safety is the council’s primary concern.” The trees are dawn redwoods, one of few deciduous conifer species in the world. The species was considered extinct before being rediscovered in China in the 1940s.
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around Rakaia and we are all ready to get into it,” he said. All proceeds raised will go towards Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand. Last year’s event raised more than $319,000. Donations can be made on the Leukeamia and Blood Cancer New Zealand website and at local stores, or more information can be found on the organisation’s Facebook page. *Check Monday’s Guardian for full coverage of the Sky Tower Challenge.
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comprise of 107 villas, made up of both two and three bedroom options. The two bedroom villas come in three different size options, and have a single garage; however where possible an additional garage space can be added. The three bedroom villas come with a double garage. The resort will soon begin construction of an 80 bed hospital, which will offer both aged care and dementia facilities. Lochlea Lifestyle Resort will also feature a large resort lodge (Lochlea Lodge), which will provide many outdoor and indoor recreational facilities for guests to enjoy. Anticipated for completion in September, the lodge will feature a bromide swimming pool and spa, a gymnasium,
administration and medical facilities, community vegetable gardens and more. A van will also be operating from the resort to take guests on shopping trips into Ashburton and on other fun excursions. The Lodge should open in September of this year and with additional villas available for occupation at this time. The three bedroom villa provides modern, spacious and sunny open-style living. The master bedroom has an ensuite, giving the villa 2 bathrooms. The modern kitchen is a cooking enthusiast’s dream, with granite-style bench-top, modern appliances and space to entertain. The villa has glorious indoor / outdoor flow, opening out to a trellised patio. Set within a desirable Allenton
location, this villa ticks all the boxes. The size in total is just under 160 square metres, a similar size to a large town house. The resort manager Tony Sands will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding villas and Lochlea Lifestyle resort options. Expressions of interest in securing your future home are welcome. No need to wait until your home is sold or on the market, speak to Tony today to discuss how Lochlea can make your future lifestyle a reality. Remember there is one three bedroom villa and three two bedroom villas ready for occupation so don’t miss your chance to become a member of the Lochlea Lifestyle resort community.
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Opportunity goes begging By Sue Newman Methven has a one-off opportunity to create a strong community hub, says Ashburton District Councillor Martin Nordqvist. He believes that with the village’s earthquake damaged museum and library about to be demolished the best outcome for Methven would be to have the two organisations move in to the Methven Heritage Centre. “We’ve spent about $6 million on the heritage centre. We have this wonderful up-to-date facility and we’re not using it to its capacity,” he said. Bringing the three organisations together was about making the best use of facilities, Mr Norqvist said. “This is an opportunity. I accept it is difficult but I just hope we don’t look back in 10 years and say we wish we’d done something about this.” There had been considerable discussion around the option, but no consensus had been reached between the three groups, he said. “The library committee all the way through has been of the view that they wanted their own stand alone building. The Historical Society was a little more receptive to the idea. There’s certainly been some robust discussion. A lot of talking has to go on before any stakes are driven in the ground. I hope there is still some room for negotiation.” Graham Robertson, chair of the Methven Heritage Centre management board, said his board would look at any option that was to the mutual advantage of the three groups. “We’re open to any approach, it’s all about making a one-stop shop
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• Triple header hockey Three senior sides play at the Ashburton hockey Turf on Saturday starting with the Hampstead women at 2pm, Wakanui Black at 3.30pm and Wakanui Blue at 5pm.
for all community facilities.” Members of the library and historical society committees do not see things quite the same way, however. Historical society chair Kathryn McKendry said her organisation had looked at all options but believed joining forces with the library in a stand-alone building was the best outcome. “We had an agreement two years ago where we said we’d join forces with the library and we haven’t changed our minds on this. At our AGM we’ll be moving to formalise our agreement with the library.” One of the biggest disincentives to becoming part of the Heritage Centre was the fear that the two groups would lose their own identities, Mrs McKendry said. “Two voluntary groups working together seemed a good fit. We feel we’re making the right decision for the right reasons.” Advisors from Te Papa looked at a range of options for the library and museum and joining the two in a new building was their recommendation, she said. While it likely to miss out on two new tenants, the Heritage Centre still has a $600,000 debt for construction on its books. It is built on council owned land with the hall, the I-site and the cafe signed over into council ownership. The Heritage Centre has not been signed over to the council and there is no provision in the council’s budget for this to be signed over into council ownership. Fundraising was continuing to clear the debt, Mr Robertson said, but put in perspective it was a relatively small amount of the overall cost of the project.
• Street Sprints Day 1- The Ashburton Car Club’s annual street sprints take over the Riverside Industrial Park with qualifying laps starting at 8.30am. Entry to main straight, viewing area and pits via Robinson Street, past Roscos. • Local concert Ashburton Musical Club autumn concert, 7.30pm, arranged by the committee and held at the Sinclair Centre, in Ashburton. Supper included. Visitors welcome, $5.
Grace Campbell was the clear winner in yesterday’s RSA mobility scooter race.
Grace shows a clean pair of wheels By Michelle Nelson Grace Campbell is Ashburton’s new mobility scooter speed queen! Experience paid off for Ms Campbell, when she took on allcomers in the annual mobility scooter race in the RSA carpark yesterday morning, as part of the
Wheels Week programme. With a record 18 competitors in the lineup, it was a hard fought contest, but Ms Campbell who usually uses a mobility scooter to get about, skilfully negotiated the slalom and kept to the cones on the wider course without incurring any penalty points, establishing an early lead.
Betham sports awards guest speaker By Jonathan Leask
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Former New Zealand league international and professional boxer Monty Betham will headline the Mid Canterbury Sports Awards at the Hotel Ashburton next Friday. Betham will be the guest speaker but the evening will be hosted by TV presenter Charlotte Bellis. While the night is about celebrating Mid Canterbury’s outstanding athletes, teams and coaches from the past year, Betham will provide the evening’s entertainment. Betham played 101 games for the New Zealand Warriors in the NRL, nine tests for the Kiwis and had one sea-
son in the UK Super League for Wakefield before turning to boxing in 2006. He had no previous boxing experience, but Betham was a black belt in karate, winning a Bronze medal at the Junior World Championships and at the age of 16 won the New Zealand men’s open before concentrating on his career in league. He retired from boxing at the end of 2007 with an unbeaten five professional bout record. Betham founded the Steps for Life Foundation in 2009, an organisation set up to battle youth obesity. He got back in the ring in 2011 to box Shane Cameron in the Fight For Life. While Betham will be the
main speaker of the evening, hosting the event is Prime news presenter Charlotte Bellis, who also has a sporting background. As a promising young tennis player, she received a scholarship that allowed her to study at the Missouri School of Journalism and went on to work in various roles for American news outlets before she returned home to Christchurch. Like Betham, Bellis has also spent time in the ring fighting real estate agent Emma Lindsay in the 2011 Fight For Life. -Tickets for next Friday’s awards are still on sale from Sport Canterbury, Mid Canterbury office in the Midland Seed Building, 393 West Street.
With the exception of Ms Campbell and Dave Wright, who arrived on their own pimped-up machines, the rest of the competitiors used scooters provided by Ashburton mobility scooter retailer Fred Reddecliffe – including the Guardian’s chief reporter Michelle Nelson and photographer Kirsty Clay.
Each competitor rode two laps against the clock, and then the top six completed another circuit to decide the winner. Ms Campbell whittled back her time on each successive lap, from 36.49 seconds, down to a trim 32.09 seconds, closely followed by Mrs Clay who stopped the clock at 34.47 seconds.
Buddy system boosted By Sam Morton An Ashburton buddy programme has been given a cash boost to help support the programme’s aim. In the latest Community Trust funding round, Presbyterian Support Ashburton received $5000, benefitting alongside the Order of St John, The Victoria Trust and South Canterbury’s Women’s Wellness Centre. The Presbyterian Support Buddy Programme recruits adult mentors to coach young children, aged 5 to 12, and has established a strong reputation among the community. The adult mentors spend time with the children in the hope of teaching them new life skills and inspiring them, which in turn helps build a social connection between the pair. Presbyterian Support regional manager Jackie Girvan
said she was delighted with the funding – which would help grow the programme in Mid Canterbury. “It’s absolutely fantastic and double what we received last year, so I’m delighted,” she said. “The Buddy Programme is going really well, but we’re always on the lookout for new mentors, so if there is anyone out there that wants to spend their time inspiring children, we’d love to hear from them.” Mentors can range between 20 and 60 years of age, with the majority of mentors spending about one year with the child. In their final decision, the Community Trust appreciated the work of the organisation and supported their goals to continue training, recruiting and monitoring the work of the chosen Buddies. The Buddy Programme has been operating for almost 10 years.
• Street Sprints Day 2- Ashburton Car Club’s street sprints reaches the final stages. Watch one car at a time as they race against the clock down to a top two battle at approximately 4pm. • Six hour cycle The Mid Canterbury Mountain Bike Club is holding a six hour enduro race on the Ashburton River Trail on Sunday. Registration 8am till 9.30am. Race 10am till 4pm with the start/ finish at the Allenton Clubrooms. • Car Show Plus Ashburton Mopar Group has a car show at the Sports Hall on Tancred Street, 10am till 4pm. • Mother’s Day fun The nationwide Jennian Homes Mother’s Day fun run/ walk returns this year, offering women the chance to have fun, get active and support a worthy cause. Starts at 9.30am at the Ashburton Domain.
Out of town: • Market Day The annual South Canterbury Market Day is on this Saturday at Temuka. The event is being held in the Alpine Energy Stadium on Domain Avenue from 10am to 3pm. Entry is free and there are lots of stalls offering a great selection of Mother’s Day gift solutions.
On the couch: • Warriors in Wellington The Warriors tackle fellow strugglers the Bulldogs in the Cake Tin in Wellington, live on SKY sport 2 from 7pm on Saturday.
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Grant a big positive for art gallery, museum A
fter years of heated and controversial debate about the Art Gallery and Heritage Centre it was a nice change to report a wonderful positive development in the project. The Lotteries grant of $700,000 is a massive step towards the remaining funding for the building’s fit-out and especially for its sophisticated climate control system. The latter has now been paid for with $500,000 tagged by the Lotteries Commission for the climate control system. Following years of discussions
OUR VIEW and protests inside and outside of council chambers it is nice to see the building actually going up on West Street, even though it is hard to imagine the project in its full glory from the concrete slabs that have so far been erected. The recent miniature display of what the inside of the museum will look like was also another helpful tool to make this project more real, as it has been an abstract concept for so long.
Many in the community still grumble about the cost of the building and the way decisions were made, but those people can show their displeasure in the polling booth later this year. Even the hard-core opponents have to accept defeat and start looking at what this new building will offer the citizens and visitors to the district. It was interesting to see that the Lotteries Commission clearly embraced the concept
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of combining Ashburton’s museum, art gallery and archives under one roof. Normally the commission only awards part of the amount applicants ask for but it decided to fund the full sum of this application.
At times it is helpful to see a local development through the eyes of outside experts to fully appreciate its merits. Once completed the facility in West Street should become a landmark building for those in the district and those passing through. Most visitors will currently only be able to name the domain or McDonald’s as their point of reference so there is a massive opportunity to market the district and the art gallery for the thousands who pass through each year. The exposure of our local
heritage and local artists exhibiting in the new gallery should see a significant increase if only a smidgeon of those motorists pulls over. Anyone who doubts whether the new complex will attract visitors only has to look at the Ashburton Trust Event Centre. Build it and they will come, the old Romans used to say and this has definitely been the case for the Event Centre. Celebrating its fifth anniversary this week, the Event Centre has been a magnet for local, national and international
attractions, many of which would never had considered Ashburton as a destination in the past. Projects like the Event Centre, the Gallery and Heritage Centre and the new EA Networks Stadium put this district on the map and make it a better place to live. Clearly the majority of the people, and the Lotteries Commission, agree judging by the successful fundraising. The gallery still needs $700,000 for the finishing touches so hopefully the community can once again come to the party.
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Two people were hurt, one seriously, and a major Auckland highway was blocked when a car crashed while fleeing police in Auckland last evening. Police said a driver fled from police when they tried to stop him and drove onto the Ellerslie Panmure Highway where he crashed into another vehicle about 6.20pm. The driver, who was a suspended driver, was hurt but police said his injuries were not lifethreatening. The driver of the other car suffered minor injuries but her passenger was uninjured. A St John Ambulance spokesman said three people were treated at the scene. Two were taken to Auckland Hospital, one in a serious condition and one with minor injuries. News cameraman Geoff Mackley arrived at the scene within about two minutes of the crash. “It was swarming with police and unmarked police cars, plainly evidence of a car chase,’’ he said. He spoke to about six residents who lived in the nearby area, all of whom said they heard a large number of sirens followed by a “huge bang’’. It appeared one car had “T -boned’’ another, causing
An extensively damaged car - the aftermath of a police chase. extensive damage. “I’d be surprised if there wasn’t [serious injuries] if you look at the damage to the one car in particu-
lar, which was very significant.’’ The wreckage of the cars was smoking when he got there “but it was quite hard to see that
because they’d taken out the streetlights’’. The area had been sealed off. - APNZ
in the quarter to 2.23 million, the biggest jump since the series began in March 1986, while the participation rate improved to 67.8 per cent from 67.2 per cent. Business NZ greeted the survey’s findings with “cautious optimism”. Chief executive Phil O’Reilly said the figures could bounce around between quarters, but the underlying trend was positive. “The figures overall send a message that it is important to continue to focus on policies that promote a strong economy and business confidence, so businesses - in particular small and medium businesses - continue to create jobs. “With regard to youth employment, the need for a focus on young people gaining employable skills is paramount. It is critically important for our schools, families and education and training systems to make this our highest priority,” Mr O’Reilly said. - APNZ
Gilmore digs in; refuses to go By Isaac Davison National list MP Aaron Gilmore says he will not resign, in a clear sign of defiance of the wishes of the Prime Minister and his party hierarchy. After attending question time yesterday, Mr Gilmore would not stop to talk to media but when asked if he was going to resign, he said “no”. He repeated it when asked again. Mr Gilmore lost the support of Prime Minister John Key on Wednesday night, after text messages released on Wednesday cast doubt on whether he’d been honest over his encounter with a barman in Hanmer. Mr Gilmore was believed to have gone to ground but he arrived in the House for question time, avoiding media on his way. Mr Key said yesterday afternoon he was powerless to do anything if a defiant Mr Gilmore said he would not resign. But Mr Key said he had not lost control of the MP. He told media yesterday afternoon that he still could not reconcile Mr Gilmore’s word with the events at a Hanmer hotel last week. “Mr Gilmore has to be able to look the New Zealand public in the eye and say his version of the events that actually occurred.
When told the MP would not resign, Mr Key said: “It’s in his hands now”. “He can make his own decision.” Yesterday morning Mr Key signalled strongly Mr Gilmore should quit. He told Radio Live he had not received an honest answer from Mr Gilmore about the dinner at the Hanmer Hotel where he allegedly told a barman who refused him alcohol he would have the Prime Minister fire him. When Mr Key was asked if the backbench MP should quit, he said: “If he can’t reconcile what happened on that night in the way that he’s described it to me, then the answer would have to be ‘yes’.” While interviewed on Radio Live he described Mr Gilmore’s story as being like “quicksand”. The matter was on Wednesday referred to National Party president Peter Goodfellow, suggesting Mr Gilmore won’t be a runner for the party list prior to the 2014 election. Mr Key said yesterday afternoon the MP was a “distraction” from what had been a good week for National, with the float of Mighty River Power and improved job numbers. “The vast bulk of Kiwis would say: ‘Who cares about Aaron Gilmore?’.” - APNZ
Christchurch man Net closing in on Routeburn tagger dies from burns By Tracey Roxburgh
A Christchurch man who allegedly had petrol poured over him before being set alight has died in hospital from his injuries. Terrance Martin Smith, 55, was found suffering serious burns at a Woolston property on April 25. He was taken to Christchurch Hospital in a critical condition and was transferred to Middlemore Hospital the next day for specialist treatment.
Mr Smith’s condition did not improve and he died from his from injuries about 6.30pm on Wednesday. Jason Alistor Barr, 42, of Waltham and Shay Barry Webster, 20, of Woolston, are jointly charged with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Police are now consider ing laying further charges, Detective Senior Sergeant Darryl Sweeney said. - APNZ
The net is closing in on the person responsible for tagging “Rowdy” in felt pen along the Routeburn Track last month, with reports the perpetrator has left their mark all over the South Island. Department of Conservation Wakatipu area manager Greg Lind said the same tag seen along the 32km Routeburn Track had been reported at the Franz Josef Glacier access facility and the Wanaka skate park over the past few days.
Staff at the Humpridge Track said yesterday the tag “Rowdy” had also been found outside the office in Tuatapere at the weekend. Mr Lind said suspicion had been cast over a group of school pupils visiting from Australia, but the party had been ruled out as it did not visit the West Coast or Tuatapere. Public feedback had been extremely helpful in building a timeline, he said. “Whoever did it [on the Routeburn Track] walked from the Glenorchy end to the Divide - they [the tags] are all on one
side.” Doc believed the person responsible had tagged the track on April 19 or 20, at Franz Josef between April 23 and 26 and in Tuatapere last weekend. Mr Lind said there was a possibility a copycat tagger was involved in some of the vandalism, or that the person responsible had been spurred on by publicity. “Taggers like publicity ... Any publicity they’re getting is really good for them [but] it’s just vandalism as far as I’m concerned.” The wider community had expressed “severe disappoint-
ment” about what had happened. Mr Lind said staff had spoken to all but one of their leads - Mr Lind was following that lead up with police. The person responsible could be charged under the National Parks Act 1980 with wilfully damaging or defacing a fence, building or apparatus; or unlawfully altering, obliterating or defacing signs and marks, including boundary marks. The maximum penalty under the Act was three months’ imprisonment or a $2500 fine. - APNZ
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Police faulted in car chase By APNZ staff Police say they will change the way they handle pursuits after three people died while fleeing police in Gisborne. The crash in July last year claimed the lives of driver Dylan James Kingi, 28, and two of his passengers, Peter John Bunyan, 27, and Holly Kay Gunn, 25. A third passenger, Claire Sophie Badger, 25, was seriously injured. A report into the incident by the Independent Police Conduct Authority found numerous errors in the way the pursuit was conducted and the officer involved failed to follow correct procedures. The report said the officer’s speed of 127km/h in a 50km/h zone was too risky, and the officer didn’t meet policies regarding siren use, reporting speed limits, and abandoning the pursuit. The authority also recommended all patrol cars be fitted with hands-free radios so officers would not be forced to drive onehanded during pursuits. Eastern District Commander Superintendent Sam Hoyle accepted the authority’s findings and had already reinforced to staff police policy around fleeing drivers. “The officer involved in the incident has undergone remedial training and has been recertified as a ‘gold’ licensed driver under the Professional Police Driving Programme (PPDP). “He is well aware now of his responsibilities should such an event occur again,” Mr Hoyle said. All staff would be “extra vigilant” in any future pursuits they undertake, he said. Mr Hoyle said communications centres were also reviewing their
practices for handing control of fleeing driver incidents from one supervisor to another. “The dispatcher involved in this incident has undergone refresher training in the requirements of the fleeing driver policy, and the pursuit controller has been reminded of the policy’s abandonment procedures.” The pursuit after Mr Kingi failed to stop after a police officer spotted him speeding in his car in a 50km/h zone. When the officer notified police central communications, the dispatcher mistakenly noted that the pursuit was taking place in a 100km/h zone, rather than a 50km/h zone, and later also misheard the name of the street. Shortly afterwards the officer lost sight of the fleeing car after mistakenly turning to follow the wrong vehicle. He didn’t follow policy for abandoning a pursuit which required officers to stop, turn off lights and sirens, and inform police communications, the report said. The officer continued looking for the fleeing vehicle, and found the crash scene a short distance away. A crash investigation found the car had slid off the road after taking a corner at between 130km/h and 136km/h. Mr Kingi, who had four drinkdriving convictions, was found to have more than double the blood alcohol limit. The authority concluded the officer was correct in starting the pursuit, which covered 2.5km in 1.5 minutes. However the officer’s speed of 127km/h in a 50km/h zone was not justified, and the pursuit should have been abandoned earlier. - APNZ
Georgie Pie’s back but not in South Island By Christopher Adams Starting early next month, McDonald’s will begin selling a single Georgie Pie product at 11 of its restaurants in Auckland and Waikato, and isn’t ruling out a return of standalone Georgie Pie stores. The Steak Mince ‘N’ Cheese pie will have a $4.50 price tag - a far cry from the $1 pies remembered by nostalgic fans of the Georgie Pie chain, which was shut down by McDonald’s in the late 1990s after the Golden Arches acquired the business from supermarket operator Progressive Enterprises. The introduction of the pies was a pilot project, but a return of Georgie Pie stores was possible, said head of communications McDonald’s, Simon Kenny. “To set up a McDonald’s restaurant costs typically between four and five million dollars and a standalone Georgie Pie restau-
rant would be a similar cost,” Mr Kenny said. “So to jump in and build a standalone restaurant in a trial wouldn’t make sense, but you never say never.” McDonald’s said the pies would be produced to the original recipe, and the only significant alteration was the removal of monosodium glutamate, or MSG, a controversial food additive. The pies will be manufactured at the former Georgie Pie production facility in Manukau by Goodman Fielder, which purchased the plant from Progressive Enterprises. Georgie Pie’s former general manager, Brian Popham, had been brought in to consult on the product development process, McDonald’s said. The pies will initially be available at McDonald’s stores in Auckland’s Greenlane and Queen St. Stores in Albany (Coliseum Drive), Kelston, St Lukes mall, Ti Rakau Drive and Mangere will begin selling the pies shortly after. -APNZ
ARIES (Mar 21st Apr 20th) Your word skills will take on a silkier vibe in the next three weeks as Venus passes through the vibrant energies of Gemini. Getting together with the important people in your life and sharing the good things can certainly bring great pleasure. You might decide to organize a barbecue or host a party and can do these wonderfully well.
TAURUS (Apr 21st May 21st) Your love of the good things in life is set to be accentuated now, and whether your personal preference for these comes through shopping at your local mall, natural products, or those which are more exclusive, it doesn’t really matter. The trick is not to let any upsurge in your income get spent too quickly, for there is a chance of this now.
Will.i.am makes $100,000 donation Hip-hop star will.i.am has donated $100,000 to help lowdecile Auckland schools provide information technology to students. The US singer, songwriter and producer who rose to fame as a member of the Black Eyed Peas, was brought to New Zealand for a private show on Wednesday night. The star made a surprise appearance at Point England Primary School in east Auckland yesterday afternoon where he presented a $100,000 cheque to digital literacy charity the Manaiakalani Education Trust. Its executive officer, Jenny
Oxley, said will.i.am’s philanthropic work in the US corresponded closely with what the trust was trying to achieve here, in providing children in low socioeconomic areas with the means to participate in the digital age. “He has his own charity in the States that encourages digital literacy, particularly in low socio-economic communities, and as part of his visit here he came across information about Manaiakalani and made this wonderful gesture to us.” The children were extremely excited to see the star in person. “It was all pretty top secret until
“He’s clearly a very humble guy, very bright guy and it was great seeing him in person,” Ms Oxley said. The 38-year-old was brought to New Zealand to attend Hallensteins’ Ultimate After Party at Studio on K Rd where he performed songs from his new album at the private show. He said he was looking forward to exploring New Zealand. “After tonight’s party I’m looking forward to chalking up some new memories, so when I get back I can have something good to tell the folks back in America.” - APNZ
Four Tauranga taxis have been ordered off the road after they were found to be unsafe during a surprise sting. The New Zealand Transport Agency teamed up with the police’s Commercial Vehicle Investigation Unit in April to check taxis in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato. They examined drivers’ compliance with taxi rules, work times and logbooks, driver and transport licensing, as well as vehicle safety standards. -APNZ
• SPCA inquiry The farming property of a well-known Hawke’s Bay man is being investigated by the SPCA following a complaint stock had been neglected and left to die. Napier SPCA manager Bruce Wills confirmed staff had visited a 200ha rural station northwest of Hastings on Monday and Tuesday. They found 28 sheep had died and many others had been caught up in blackberry. -APNZ
• Horse a winner A horse, saved from being dog food by a Wanganui trainer who saw promise in the “paper thin” thoroughbred, has proved its worth by winning a race this week. Wanganui owner/trainer Kevin Rohloff first spotted the aptly-named Itsa True Story at a dispersal sale in Wanganui last year. When bidding started, the “dog tucker man” was first to raise his hand with a $100 offer. Rohloff countered with a $200 bid and the hammer fell in his favour. -APNZ
• Man, dog safe A missing 80-year -old Foxton man has been found after spending Wednesday night huddled in sand dunes with his dog. The man was reported missing on Wednesday evening after he failed to return from walking his dog in the Foxton Beach area about 4.30pm. Police weren’t able to find him and resumed their search early yesterday morning. The man walked out from sand dunes about 8.30am. -APNZ
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Instructor gains two qualifications The Ashburton Community Swimming Pool has beefed up its ranks after learn to swim co-ordiantor Stacey Hoets, 22, (right) was presented with two qualifications
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Fears expressed over compromises By Abby Gillies A property buyers’ advocate says that while it is positive a political party is tackling the problems around affordable housing, it would be “irresponsible” if that resulted in compromising construction quality. Labour has promised first homebuyers their first foot onto the property ladder for no more than $300,000 in a plan to tackle the country’s housing crisis. The party’s leader David Shearer and its housing spokesman Phil Twyford yesterday met industry representatives including housing, architecture, banking, construction, council and legal experts to discuss how to implement the party’s ambitious KiwiBuild pro-
ject. “They’re all contributing from their point of view, how we can get housing to be affordable,” said Mr Shearer. “Some of it’s been critical, some of it’s been positive but it’s all been constructive.” Home Owners and Buyers Association of New Zealand president John Gray said there were still several questions around the proposed market price that needed to be answered. “We are all concerned that in order to bring construction costs down to achieve the proposed price point there may have to be compromises in the quality and sustainability of these homes. “We say that it would be irresponsible to allow that to happen and there are other ways to reduce the end-to-end cost including alter-
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GEMINI (May 22nd Jun 21st) Someone may drop a major hint in your direction today and it may be that they’d like to get to know you a whole lot better. Then again, if you have been mulling over your options in the romantic sphere, the extra magic that Venus moving into Gemini will bestow upon you can see you become more optimistic and outgoing.
today and so the kids didn’t know who was coming, they just knew it was an important celebrity, but they were over the moon,” Ms Oxley said. The money would go towards the trust’s programmes of providing netbooks to students and their families, building its own wireless network for students, and supporting e-learning for teachers and parents. The singer, whose real name is William Adams, talked to students about his modest beginnings in a Los Angeles ghetto, how he never knew his father and was driven by a desire to provide for his mother.
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native funding models, release of Crown land for development and central and local government bearing more of the cost burden of the development costs related to creating these new communities,” he said. Labour’s large-scale plan aimed to deliver 10,000 “modest entry-level” stand-alone, terrace and apartments every year for 10 years. The houses will be sold for an average of $300,000 across the country. Only 5 per cent of houses currently being built were in the affordable range, and the growing supply problem would have a long-term national impact, said Mr Shearer. “In Auckland in particular, house prices are going through the roof and first home buyers aren’t getting a look in.”
The high cost of building new homes, global financial crisis and land supply issues have contributed to rising housing costs, causing many people to leave the country, said Mr Twyford. Under KiwiBuild the sale of bonds and profits from houses sold would be used to generate the money needed to pay for the self-funding project. Prime Minister John Key has previously scoffed at the plan he described as a “fantasyland” idea. He said a $300,000 limit would mean finding sections in Auckland for $50,000 - an impossible feat. But Mr Shearer disagreed: “Certainly for apartments, for terrace houses, that sort of construction, averaged out, I believe we can do much much better than we’re doing at the moment.” - APNZ
LEO (Jul 24th - Aug 23rd) You could attract the limelight today and this could see you receive some plaudits. If you have been feeling the pressure of your responsibilities, you may be pleasantly surprised by who speaks out for you or gives you discreet support. The chances are that you may have more fans and be more appreciated than you had realised.
VIRGO (Aug 24th Sep 23rd) If you are someone with a natural love of gleaning information, you can find yourself proactive today, perhaps searching for insights online or in your local library, or extending connections further afield. This would also be a good day to check out academic or training course possibilities. Curiosity can certainly be an asset.
LIBRA (Sep 24th Oct 23rd) You may need to probe some information and then ask some pertinent questions. However, if this is so, the arrival of Venus in your sister Air sign of Gemini today suggests that the best way to do this is diplomatically. If you do try to pin down someone’s position they could prove elusive, so its better to tease what you want out of them.
SCORPIO (Oct 24th - Nov 22nd) The most passionate side of your nature is set to be aroused in the next three weeks. This could see more intensity creep into your love life but today, ironically, you are asked to retain both an air of detachment and an ability to stand back from events and not get too caught up in emotion. Talk with a trusted confidant if need be.
A Wellington man suffered serious injuries yesterday when he was crushed by a truck when a jack that was holding it up collapsed. The 38-year-old man was working underneath the truck in Khandallah about 12.45pm, when the incident happened. He was taken to Wellington Hospital with crush injuries in a serious condition. -APNZ
• Flights disrupted Thick fog disrupted most flights in and out of Christchurch Airport yesterday morning. An airport spokeswoman said the only flights to arrive and depart were one about 5am and two others about 10am. However, the airport remained open, she said. Extra flights were put on to clear the backlog. -APNZ
• Accident fine An underground accident that resulted in a mine employee losing a finger brought a $30,000 fine and a $10,000 reparation order against East Otago mineral extracting company Oceana Gold. The company had admitted breaching the Health and Safety in Employment Act by failing to take all practicable steps to ensure its employee was not exposed to hazards. - APNZ
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SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23rd - Dec 21st) The next three weeks can be fabulous for restoring harmony and balance into your relationships - that is of course, if any are currently out of kilter. Even if none are, this can be a fab time to forge new alliances, to build co-operation, and also to become more conscious of the needs of those people you interact with closely.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22nd - Jan 20th) Muster as much mental dexterity as possible today. The faster you are on the uptake, the better you can do. This can see you multi-task and be inventive, and not short of applying your great sense of fun either. In fact, by making people laugh you can make some serious points in a way which will make them much more receptive.
AQUARIUS (Jan 21st - Feb 19th) Venus glides into a fab zone for your sign today, opening up the proverbial window of opportunity as far as your love and social lives are concerned. If you have felt more like spending time at home, even alone in solitude, this is a reminder not to forsake the other part of your nature which is more gregarious and outgoing.
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PISCES (Feb 20th Mar 20th) Words can come easily today. But as much as this may give you extra zip and vivacity, equally, you may say something in a split second that you may later regret. If you are meeting anyone who tends to have a more sensitive side to their nature, just be mindful of how easy it is to say the wrong thing. You may talk to a sibling too today.
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• Woman harpooned A 28-year -old woman miraculously survived after her husband accidentally shot her in the mouth with a harpoon, Brazilian officials said. The Rio de Janeiro State Health Department said the woman’s husband was cleaning his spear gun when it went off, firing a harpoon that hit her spine. Elisangela Borborema Rosa was rushed to the hospital and underwent emergency surgery; the harpoon came within 1cm of killing her. She is expected to make a full recovery. - AAP
Authorities filed Rican neighbourhood rape and kidnapping said Ariel Castro had charges yesterday taken part in the against a US man search for one of the after three women missing women, permissing for about a formed music at a decade were found fundraiser for her and alive at his home. attended a candleThe women were light vigil, where he subjected to procomforted her mothlonged sexual and er. Two of the women psychological abuse were welcomed home and suffered miscaryesterday by jubiAmanda Berry riages, a city councillant crowds. Neither man briefed on the case said. Berry nor Gina DeJesus, about Police told a news conference 23, spoke publicly, and their famithat the women went outside just lies pleaded for patience and time twice over the years. alone. Puerto Rican-born Ariel Castro, The third captive, Michelle 52, was charged with four counts Knight, 32, was reported in good of kidnapping — covering all three condition at a local hospital. captives and the daughter born to All three women apparently had one of them while she was held — been held captive in the house and three counts of rape against since their teens or early 20s, the three women. Prosecutors police said. Law enforcement offibrought no charges against his cials left many questions unanbrothers, Pedro, 54, and Onil, 50, swered, including how the women saying there was no evidence they were taken captive. had any part in the crime. Deputy police Chief Ed Tomba Councilman Brian Cummins said a paternity test on Ariel said many details remained Castro was being done to estabunclear, including the number of lish who fathered Berry’s now pregnancies and the conditions 6-year-old child. under which the miscarriages Police Chief Michael McGrath occurred. He said the women were earlier told NBC he was “absokept in the basement for some lutely” sure police did everything time without having access to the they could to find the women over rest of the house. Police said they the years. He disputed claims by were apparently bound with ropes neighbours that officers had been and chains. called to the house before for sus“It sounds pretty gruesome,” picious circumstances. Cummins said. “We have no record of those calls The women’s plight has riveted coming in over the past 10 years,” the US since 27-year-old Amanda McGrath said. Berry kicked through a screen Neighbours and those who know door at the house Tuesday, used Ariel Castro said he joined in the a neighbour’s telephone to call search for DeJesus nearly a decauthorities and told a police dis- ade ago and comforted her mother patcher, “I’m free now.” An officer just a year ago at a vigil. showed up minutes later, and “When we went out to look for Berry ran out and threw her arms Gina, he helped pass out fliers,” around the officer, a neighbor said Khalid Samad, a commusaid. nity activist who said Castro was Neighbours in the largely Puerto friends with DeJesus’ father. - AP
• Sandwich lobby The Queensland student accused of throwing a sandwich at the prime minister says he is innocent. Kyle Thomson, 16, was among a group of teens who jeered at Julia Gillard during a visit to Marsden State High School, south of Brisbane. A sandwich was hurled in the direction of Ms Gillard, but it missed her. Kyle was accused of throwing the sandwich and has been suspended from school for 15 days. He denied the allegations, telling the Nine Network he was instead trying to stop another student from throwing the sandwich. - AAP AP Photo/Chicago Zoological Society, Jim Schulz
Rare baby sloths finally make public show Two sloth bear cubs are seen on exhibit with their mom Hani at the Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield. Until this week, the 3½-month-old male and female cubs, born January 20 have been off exhibit with their mother in a maternity den. A total of fewer than 20,000 bears are thought to remain in the wild. There is evidence of wild populations having declined 30 to 49 per cent in the last 30 years due to deforestation and poaching mainly for the medicinal market. Currently, there are 39 sloth bears exhibited at 18 North American zoos accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Probiotics boost stamina in heat: Research Probiotics help extend the time people can be active in hot conditions, according to research with implications for athletes, miners, firefighters and the military. A clinical trial in Tasmania shows athletes can run for 14 per cent longer in hot conditions after being given probiotics. The trial was conducted at 35°C in 40 per cent humidity and the
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French woman finds US vet’s tags in garden A small, weathered piece Blood everywhere. Parts. of silver has finally finished All he knew was to pick up its journey from a backthose bodies for the family yard in southern France to members of dead soldiers.” the 90-year-old US veteran Willie Wilkins later who lost his identification returned to the US and on the battlefield during worked on an assembly World War Two. line. He was a happy man Sixty-nine years after who doted on his only losing his dog tag, Willie daughter, but he had a Wilkins reclaimed it this nervous breakdown and week in a surprise cerpost-traumatic stress disemony. order and retired at age “I am so happy,” his 44, his daughter said. daughter, Carol Wilkins, Willie Wilkins and his Willie Wilkins said. “You don’t know what family were convinced his joy is on my heart for what you have done dog tag would remain buried somewhere for my father.” in the bloody battlefields of Provence. In August 1944, Willie Wilkins was part But in a backyard 6430km away, in of the Allied invasion, and his job was Istres, France, Anne-Marie Crespo was one of the grimmest. He was responsible tilling the soil around an olive tree on a for removing and identifying the bodies of spring day in 2001 and found it. dead servicemen and having them buried Crespo knew the small piece of metal or transported back to the US. At some stamped with a name and numbers point, Wilkins’s silver dog tag slipped off belonged to a soldier and showed it to his neck. visitors. One took photos of the dog tag “It could have been an arm, it could have and sent them to her brother, Philippe been a hip that dragged it off, because Clerbout. Clerbout posted the pictures in he was picking up dead bodies,” Carol an online history forum and eventually Wilkins said. “He said it was horrible. tracked Wilkins down. - AP
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The man who was the original voice of Charlie Brown in Peanuts television specials was sentenced yesterday to a year in jail for threatening his former girlfriend and stalking her plastic surgeon, then immediately released to a residential drug treatment centre. A judge warned Peter Robbins that he could be sent to prison for nearly four years if he violates the terms of his probation. “Don’t be a blockhead,” Superior Court Judge Dwayne Moring told Robbins, borrowing a line from Charlie Brown’s friend - AP Lucy.
• Ship hits port Nine people are feared dead after a container ship crashed in Italy’s busiest port of Genoa, bringing down a 50-metre control tower in an accident that revived memories of last year’s Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster. The Jolly Nero ploughed into the dock in the night during a standard manoeuvre as it was being steered to exit the port on its way to Naples with a cargo of industrial vehicles and containers. Some of the victims were thrown into the water, while others were trapped in the tower’s lift, which plunged into the sea, emergency workers said. - AFP
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Jury finds ‘justice’ for boyfriend A US woman has been convicted of first-degree murder in the gruesome killing of her one-time boyfriend after a four-month trial that captured headlines with lurid tales of sex, lies, religion and a salacious relationship that ended in a blood bath. Jodi Arias was charged with first-degree murder in the June 2008 death of Travis Alexander in his Arizona home. Authorities said she planned the attack in a jealous rage. Arias initially denied involvement, then blamed the killing on masked intruders. Two years after her arrest, she said it was self-defence. Testimony began in early January, with Arias eventually spending 18 days on the witness stand. The trial snowballed into a made-for-the-tabloids drama, garnering daily coverage from cable news networks and spawning a virtual cottage industry for talk shows, legal experts and even Arias, who used her notoriety to sell artwork she made in jail. The trial will move into a phase during which prosecutors will argue the killing was committed in an especially cruel, heinous and depraved manner, called the “aggravation” phase. Both sides may call witnesses and show evidence. The jurors are the same. A mob of spectators gathered outside the courthouse to learn
the verdict, while TV crews, media trucks and reporters lined nearby streets. Family and friends of Alexander wore blue ribbons and wristbands with the words “Justice For Travis”. Alexander suffered nearly 30 knife wounds, was shot in the forehead and had his throat slit before Arias dragged his body into his shower. He was found by friends about five days later. Authorities said Alexander fought for his life as Arias attacked him in a blitz, but he soon grew too weak to defend himself. Arias said she recalled Alexander attacking her in a fury after a day of sex. She said Alexander came at her “like a linebacker,” bodyslamming her to the tile floor. She managed to wriggle free and ran into his closet to retrieve a gun he kept on a shelf. She said she fired in self-defence but had no memory of stabbing him. She acknowledged trying to clean the scene of the killing, dumping the gun in the desert and working on an alibi to avoid suspicion. She said she was too scared and ashamed to tell the truth. However, none of Arias’ allegations that Alexander had physically abused her in the months before his death, that he owned a gun and had sexual desires for young boys, were corroborated by - AP witnesses or evidence.
Mourners carry the casket of referee Ricardo Portillo along a street following a public wake. Portillo died a week after police say a 17-year-old player struck him in the head during a recreational league soccer game after the referee called a penalty against him.
Teen charged after football ref’s death A teen accused of punching a Mexican-born football referee who later died was charged yesterday with homicide by assault, a count issued when an attack unintentionally causes death. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill also said he will seek to try the teen as an adult in the death of 46-year-old Ricardo Portillo. The charge is less serious than manslaughter. It carries a possible sentence of up to five years in prison for adults, but penalties can be less for juveniles. Gill said it became clear in
looking at the facts that the teenager’s actions didn’t amount to murder or manslaughter. The oldest of Portillo’s three daughters, Johana Portillo, declined comment about the charges through family spokesman Tony Yapias. She just wants to let the criminal justice system to run its course, Yapias said. Johana Portillo, 26, previously said the charge doesn’t matter because it won’t bring back her father. Friends and family spent yesterday remembering Ricardo Portillo at an afternoon wake
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nesses said the teenager threw one punch, hitting Portillo in the rear jaw area with a closed fist. Another witness said Portillo was writing notes on his notepad when he was hit. Portillo was taken to a hospital in fair condition. Hours later, he went into a coma. He never regained consciousness and died. Police say hospital staff members told them Portillo had hemorrhaging and a traumatic brain injury. The medical examiner’s autopsy concluded he died from injuries related to the blow to the - AP head.
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that was followed by an evening religious service. The 17-year-old has been in juvenile detention since April 27 when the incident occurred at a recreational-league soccer match in a Salt Lake City suburb. The teenager turns 18 in October. His first court appearance has not yet been scheduled. The teenager was playing goalie when Portillo called a penalty on him for pushing an opposing player. The teenager began arguing with Portillo and then struck him in the head, authorities said. Charging documents show wit-
Australians are living longer but are sicker, are each throwing out about 361 kilograms of food annually and spending 35 more minutes commuting each week than a decade ago. These are among the insights captured in a landmark first report from the independent National Sustainability Council, launched in Sydney yesterday. Sustainability Minister Tony Burke said the 264-page tome offered a comprehensive set of indicators that could give “a sense of how we were doing, generation to generation”. The government-funded report does not make specific recommendations but examines trends in Australia’s environment, society, economy and collective wellbeing. Mr Burke said he hoped the biannual report would come to be treated much like job growth or GDP figures. “One of the things we were determined to make sure of was that we would eventually get to the point where people would follow sustainability indicators as closely as they would follow economic indicators,” he told the launch. Council chair John Thwaites said the report revealed a number of positive trends for life in Australia. Life expectancies were on the way up, crime was down, and education levels were rising. In the past decade the proportion of women with a bachelor degree had jumped from 21 per cent to 30 per cent, Professor Thwaites said. - APNZ
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Coca-Cola says it will make lowercalorie options and clear calorie labeling more widely available around the world, intensifying a push against critics who say its drinks pack on the pounds. The Atlanta-based company, which makes Sprite, Fanta and Minute Maid, already offers diet drinks in most markets. But there’s no consistency in their availability, particularly in emerging markets such as China and India. Coca-Cola also said this week it would support programmes that encourage physical activity and no longer market to kids younger than 12. The company had made a similar promise in 2007 but said the new push would create a “global standard” for the commitment. It did not elaborate on what changes that would include or set a timetable on when it planned to meet its new goals. With sugary drinks often blamed for making people fat, Coca-Cola has been more aggressive in trying to convince customers its products can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Earlier this year, the company aired its first TV ad addressing the matter in the US and has since been rolling out the spot to other countries. The ad touts Coca-Cola’s wide range of lower-calorie offerings. But executives have also made a point of standing by the company’s full-calorie drinks, saying that physical activity plays an important role in fighting obesity. “There is a place for all of our beverages in a healthy lifestyle,” CEO Muhtar Kent said in a call with reporters.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent The announcement from Coca-Cola comes as packaged food companies across the industry look for growth in emerging markets, where middleclass populations are growing rapidly. As more people head to cities and see their incomes rise, health advocates have warned that growing consumption of packaged foods in such countries could fuel obesity rates as they have in developed nations. The shifting populations around the world nevertheless represent an enormous opportunity for companies. For example, Coca-Cola has noted that
Americans on average drink 403 servings of its various beverages a year. That compares with just 12 servings per year in India and 38 in China. And the company’s diet options aren’t nearly as popular in such countries as they are back at home. In the US, where soda consumption has been declining for years, diet drinks now account for 41 per cent of sales for the flagship Coke brand. That’s up from single-digits in the 1980s. Even in major Chinese cities, by contrast, the percentage of sales that diet options account for is in the “high
single digits,” Kent said. Coca-Cola says its goal is to have diet options available wherever regular versions are sold. But that doesn’t mean there would be a diet alternative for every particular brand. For example, if a store in India sells Coke it might also offer Sprite Zero, which doesn’t have any calories, to meet the goal. The company also says it’s working to have cans and bottles around the world display calories counts on the front of labels, as it does in the United States. - AP
Spy base protesters appeal $1m liability By Matthew Backhouse Property owners would have to take the law into their own hands if the Court of Appeal accepted the legal argument put forward by three protesters who sabotaged a radar dome at the Waihopai spy base, the Crown’s lawyer says. The Crown is seeking to recover more than $1.2 million in damages from Dominican friar Peter Murnane, teacher Adrian Leason and farmer Sam Land. The trio cut through alarmed elec-
tric fences and slashed one of the two inflatable domes which cover the satellite dishes at the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) spy base at Waihopai, near Blenheim, in April 2008. A jury acquitted the men of burglary and wilful damage, but the High Court ruled the men were still liable for $1,229,289 in damages. The trio have appealed that decision in the Court of Appeal, arguing they are not liable for damages because the GCSB’s property was being used for illegal espionage which was not in New Zealand’s national interests.
The argument relies on a seldomused legal principle known as ‘ex turpi causa’, which holds that a party cannot bring a claim if they have acted unlawfully. Crown lawyer Austin Powell said the appellants’ argument was a massive extension of that principle which had wider implications for property rights. Property rights would be “virtually unenforceable” because police would have to be certain a property was not being used illegally before intervening. Mr Powell said that would encourage property owners to take matters into their own hands.
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“That is not the law. No one has ever said that is the law.” Mr Powell said owning property in itself could not be illegal, regardless of whether the property was used illegally. He gave the example of a convicted drink driver who was still legally able to own a car. “It is not illegal for the Government to own an antenna or buildings or radomes,” Mr Powell said. Appeal lawyer Michael Knowles told the court that the men wanted a civil trial before a jury, to determine whether they owed damages to the spy agency. - APNX
Optometrist suspended after teen loses eye An optometrist whose teenage patient lost an eye after he failed to diagnose a detached retina has been suspended for six months and ordered to pay $10,000 in costs. Whangarei optometrist Desmond John White, who owned and practised at Visualeyez until mid last year, has been censured by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal following the incident in 2010. Mr White examined then 16-year-old Jared McGiven on December 9, after the teenager failed the eyesight test when he went to get his learner drivers’ licence. He found an abnormality in Jared’s right eye, but he did not identify it as a detached retina. Mr White arranged to see the teenager for a second consultation on December 16, when he dilated Jared’s right eye and took more photographs. He told the teen and his mother Susan McGiven that the abnormality was probably nothing to worry about, and they should wait three months for another examination. But Mrs McGiven said she did not want to wait three months because they were worried about what the abnormality was. Mr White then said he would email the photograph of the eye to a specialist to have a look at. He showed the photograph to his friend, ophthalmologist Brian Kent-Smith, when he stopped by the practice on a casual visit five days later. Dr Kent-Smith said the patient should be referred to him, but Mr White did not do so until the following year, after Mrs McGiven rang the practice to raise her ongoing concern. It was not until February 7, 2011 - eight weeks after the first examination - that Mr White referred the teenager to Dr Kent-Smith. Dr Kent-Smith diagnosed a detached retina, and arranged for surgery but five operations failed to solve the problem and Jared’s right eye had to be removed. - APNZ
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The Chiefs have and well enough, to come off the market and the WWLLWW Chiefs W 39-33 v Rebels 10 7 3 tough 0 20 -draw 12 70% $1.20performed W by 19 2 conceded 30 per game since the start of April but it's hard to see them By Jonathan Leask going down to Rakaia 15-16 last week, tohere. Its26-year-old, is well settled skinned coming but they're 5-1who all meetings, two of those by â–Œ LLWLLD Force D 11-11 v Reds 11 2 8suggest 1 06/04/12 18%are $5.50of SeniorChiefs they A calibre,wide but margins hosting, and theCronulla Pukekohe venue is virtually home to half in the area, said heâ€™s â–Œ them. Mid Canterbury senior netball grading will push their case againstForce Methven Aof and delighted to be staying put.- AAP comes to a close tomorrow with the third Hampstead B. 21:40:00 Friday, 10 May 2013 Suncorp Stadium The Sharks are four losses straight, two of those on this tour as big name and final round of grading. College B emerged as 31the most likely injuries kick in. Bosman is a lonewins hand in an international line that can't Bolt â€˜badlyâ€™ However, the top eight sides to contest contender to complete the make aAline break and they're a query to stay the trip. Despite a tendency 21 eight Senior run hot and cold the Reds are unbeaten since round five, but they Senior A netball this season may be a for- sides, beating Methven B and Celtic Bto last WWDWD Reds D 11-11 v Force 11 2 7 0 17 - 30 64% $1.90 W by 2 10 Six-time Olympic gold medalneed their stacked backline to live up to the pay packet. If they can find gone conclusion. week, as well as manufacturing a first up some width off the speed of Gill and Schatzedged in the loose this might prove list Usain Bolt team-mate â–Œ Reds Celtic has set the pace as the 10only of United A. WWLLLLA Sharks L 22-25 v Hlanders 6 3 upset 0 21/07/12 50% $2.15 straightforward, well as straightforward as a 1-6 record back to '06 can Kemar Bailey-Cole in a photo â–Œ Sharks be. unbeaten side in grading. The other three B teams look set for Senior finish to win the 100 metres at College A, Rakaia and United A have all B netball with Celtic B, Hampstead B and the Cayman Invitational track Two intercept tries early, 0-27 at the break, and the skip Smith in hospital 05:10:00one Saturday, 11while May 2013 Free State premiers Stadium dropped game defending Methven B all winless through the first two 24 meet yesterday. Jamaicaâ€™s for neck xrays, meant the end of it for the Canes and their seasonBolt to Methven A and Hampstead drew 11- all last day and needing a major turnaround to be boot. They'll be troubled up front here and given Barrettseason is down on form 15 kicked his 100-metre off week and have also dropped a game. any chance of earning a place in theandtop J Savea is elsewhere, you'd question their confidence further out too. a 7-3, less than impressive time WWLWW Cheetahs W 26-12 v Kings 10 0 8 0 47 - 38 70% $1.50 W by 9 6 Free State comewith off the bye sixth the ladder, second two points off Collegiate A has only one win but had a flight competition. of 10.09 seconds at the Truman the Bulls in the SAC, and 7-1 their last eight. They've the best run home â–Œ Cheetahs WWLWLL Hurricanes L 14-48 v Bulls 10 5 4 0 31/03/12 50% $3.10 in the comp which starts here and they can improve a 2-2 record in Bodden Sports Complex. Bolt â–Œ Hurricanes Bloemfontein with the Canes back to '06. has been battling a hamstring problem but said that wasnâ€™t to 19:35:00 Saturday, 11 May 2013 Eden Park The Rebels are getting burn't early with most of the pack not up to 35 blame the slow time. â€œItit up was Higginbotham and Saffy andfor unable to raise the stops. It opens for Phipps and O'Connor, too often catch uphe a repeat of last 17 justbutaitsbad race,â€? said. â€œIyear's just Melbourne victory is unlikely. Once again the Blues demonstrated they're have to go back and figure out LLWWLW Blues W 18-17 v Stormers 9 2 8 to 0 the 23 - semi-finals 34 56% $1.10 at W by 22 2008 0 up to grinding out most after Noakes kicked them to the front and the the World Cup. with my whatYou went pack stuffed the Stormers at thecoach line in Auckland. get thewrong. feeling the By Michael Brown Heâ€™s been used largely off the interchange â–Œ Blues LLWLLL M Rebels L 33-39 v Chiefs 10 7 2 1 05/04/12 20% $11.00 Rebels have been edged once tooitoften, and as long as the host doesn't â€œI felt (hamstring injury) bench in his five games thisâ–Œ Rebels season, includrest too many their league leading defence should see them home. slightly. It wasnâ€™t a bothering pain The Warriorsâ€™ main target for next season ing the 28-4 defeat of the Warriors when so I canâ€™t blame it on that.â€?- AFP remains England fullback Sam Tomkins he ran for a season-high 76m and laid Afteron the Tahs put 60 points on the Kings, their pivot Foley is bound to 21:40:00 Saturday, 11 May 2013 Allianz Stadium 30 look to the outside again. They'll be keen to avoid getting tied in by the but they are on the verge of adding another a try, and is known as an aggressive and huge runners the Stormers present off the ruck, but platform will be the player for 2014 with Cronulla back-rower mobile back-rower in the 19mould of Sharks Heat run Bulls around key off the long haul back from SA. Etzebeth's return gives the visitor a WWLWLW Waratahs W securing 72-10 v Kings 10 2 6 team-mate 1 13 - 19 50% $2.15 Smith.8 He is rated Jayson Bukuya close to a two-year Jeremy byheads up at set piece and there were signs of enterprise last out decent from de Villiers, Habana, Jongh, and the unpredictable Aplon. Their RaydeAllen scored 21 points as deal with the club. Queensland State of Origin coach WLLWWL Stormers L 17-18 v Blues 9 4 5 0 19/05/12 44% $1.90 W by 3 â–Œ Waratahs issue is the limited halves if the Tahs post some points. They're 2-3 in Miami rebounded from a game The 24-year-old is off contract Mal Meninga, having been included â–Œ Stormers Sydney and this can go either way. one loss to rout Chicago 115-78 with the Sharks and was entertainin wider Queensland sides. yesterday, handing the Bulls their ing03:05:00 offers Sunday, from rival NRL but Bukuya could be seen as arange intercept 12 May 2013clubs Mandela Bay Stadium A long try to Peterson was the sole highlight for the Kings 19 most lopsided NBA playoff has opted to join the Warriors, who in their first real hiding as the reality of adefeat first replacement for Elijah Taylor,hosting whothe Waratahs season digs. Thein lack franchise of international class is likely to bite themgame again 11 history. The showed Bukuya and his partner has already signed with Penrith here. The Highlanders are 1-11 after edging the Sharks in Dunedin and tied the series at 1-1. LeBron around Auckland about a month there isthisalso LDWLLL Kings L 10-72 v Waratahs 10 2 7 1 Not for 20%next $2.40 season, and 2 is a chance to deliver some run. Off B Smith's constant stream of go James and forward counter attack, if thefinished passes stick with they can19 burnpoints the host off the ago. The deal could be completed doubt around whether Feleti Mateo â–Œ Kings LLLLLW Highlanders W 25-22 v Sharks 9 1 8 0 Met 11% $1.75 W by 6 park. They gave nine it to the Sharks at the breakdown last out as well and assists and Dwyane Wade by the weekend with his agent, Sam will re-sign with the club. â–Œ Hlanders they've a spoon to deposit in Port Elizabeth. and Norris Cole each scored 15 Ayoub, saying, â€œwe are finalising it The Warriors are in talks with points in a chippy contest that as we speakâ€?. Mateo but these have stalled and Jayson 2013 Bukuya NRLheâ€™s Championship - Round 9 saw Bulls Joakim Noah and Taj The Warriors appear to have also reportedly considering Gibson ejected in the second half. missed out on another Cronulla target, offer from the Dragons. His wife due Day Form Trendis Match Form Teams Latest match P W L an D Last Win Value ASAP Ratings The Heat dominated at both ends with Sydneyâ€™s Daily Telegraph reporting with the coupleâ€™s child soon06/05/13 and their 31/08/11 met % odds first margin of the court, forcing the Bulls to today the Warriors offered more than $1 desire to return to Australia to be close to 21:35:00 Friday, 10 May 2013 ANZ Stadium Visiting Parramatta, the Cowboys stood up off an interrupted prep. 24 turn the ball over 19 times. Marco million a season for Todd Carney, who also family is strong. They've got the nous to trouble the host but without more variation Belinelli paced Chicago withfor the 13 whereof it counts they might not keep up on the board. Big games knocked back a $4.5 million five-year deal Yesterday they announced17 the re-signing Rabbits from Sutton, Reynolds, Merrit, andassists G Burgess were outshone points and six and Noah with Penrith to re-commit to Cronulla. winger Manu Vatuvei on a new two-year deal WWLWW Souths W 26-12 v Broncos 8 7 1 0 20 - 16 88% $1.40 W by 11 9 by the inescapable presence of Inglis and S Burgess in Brisbane. If 12theirpoints before being Bukuya has played 42 games for Cronulla that takes him through to the end of 2015. there's a caution scored here it might be failure to complete at times but â–Œ Souths LLWLWW Cowboys W 14-10 v Eels 8 4 4 0 28/04/12 50% $3.50 ejected. AFP they're three straight in this matchup, 7-3 the last 10, and its '06-since since his debut in 2008 and also helped Fiji - APNZ
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Daniel Pearce: Shot 70 at the Muriwai Beach Links yesterday
Ashburton golfer Daniel Pearce finished two under in round one of the Murawai Open yesterday. Pearce carded a 70 at the Muriwai Beach Links course in the Charles Tour tournament to sit in a six-way tie for 20th after a rainy first day. New Zealand number one Michael Hendry took the lead with a seven under 65 to be one shot in front of amateur Jason Gulasekharam. The first year professional, who recorded his first win in the South Taranaki Pro-Am held at the Hawera Golf Club last month, is still well placed heading into todayâ€™s second round. Fresh in Pearceâ€™s mind will be his last outing at the Taranaki
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Open where he made a strong start only to fade badly and finish tied for 41st. A fellow newly turned pro Fraser Wilkin won the Muriwai Open a year ago, but as an amateur had to watch his good friend Ryan Fox walk off with the winnerâ€™s cheque. Wilkin is back for the $40,000 Charles Tour event and he, like Pearce, will be banking anything he wins after joining the paid ranks. However, a repeat victory will be tough with nine other former Charles Tour champions in the field, but Wilkin is in good form after winning in Taranaki with an eagle on the last hole. He continued that good form yesterday when he finished the first round tied for eighth after a four under 68.
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1 73742 Mulberry Brook 18.03................... K Cassidy 2 12224 Hooray For Hazel 17.63 M &............... Smith 3 24327 Belfast Suzy 17.69 H &........................Taylor 4 23634 Wellywood 17.82 W &........................ Nissen 5 53486 Black Tank nwtd L G &................. SJA Stone 6 15346 Bizarro 17.59 S &............................B Evans 7 17435 Opawa Rufus 17.45 L &..................... Wales 8 3638x Jet Even 17.77..............................A Williams 9 55733 Our Hope 17.61............................S Hindson 10 44843 Know Lies 17.62............................ G Cleeve 2 12.29pm HAPPY BIRTHDAY MALCOLM GRANT C0, 295m 1 Speedy Kazza nwtd...................J McInerney 2 8 Witch Wood Rose nwtd J &....................May 3 63774 Mulberry Macro nwtd.................... K Cassidy 4 3322 Son of Grace nwtd.....................R Blackburn 5 Duco To Duco nwtd........................... M Flipp 6 25654 Another Stone nwtd...................J McInerney 7 Go Nola nwtd................................. G Cleeve 8 84647 Chase The Stars nwtd M &.................. Smith 9 51 Flirtation Walk (c1) nwtd C &........D Roberts 10 64567 Homebush Envy nwtd................J McInerney 3 12.47pm BILL’S BAR & BISTRO SPRINT C1, 295m 1 37765 Jimmy Cee 17.60.............................. M Flipp 2 41746 Cawbourne Queen nwtd C &........D Roberts 3 37177 Red Eye Max nwtd..................... R Cockburn 4 54651 Gotta Go Ace 17.49...................R Blackburn 5 5172x Coalpit Mick nwtd..........................A Williams 6 x2x84 Galba John nwtd W &........................ Nissen 7 47376 White Legs 17.76.......................J McInerney 8 61812 Starburst Blanch 17.40.................... M Grant 9 24427 Wandy Gaylene nwtd..................... G Cleeve 10 55743 Rite Round Range nwtd............A Bradshaw 4 1.04pm FLAIR DASH C0, 295m 1 x8777 Pandora Doll nwtd...................M K Dempsey 2 87888 Pancho Pistoles nwtd M &................... Smith 3 52564 Know Pity nwtd.............................. G Cleeve 4 Charles Fredrick nwtd........................J Dunn
5 832 Mustang Magz nwtd.......................... M Flipp 6 34726 Another Another nwtd................J McInerney 7 44773 Word For Word nwtd..................R Blackburn 8 35442 Groovy Leo nwtd........................J McInerney 9 Botany Dave nwtd......................J McInerney 10 77366 Okuku Muppet nwtd C &..................... Fagan 5 1.22pm COALGATE TAVERN STAKES FINAL C0f, 520m 1 27 Cawbourne Polly nwtd..................... M Grant 2 35771 Paw No More (c1) 31.00...................B Shaw 3 32643 Wagon Wheel nwtd M &....................Jopson 4 42432 Rob’s Mate nwtd M &............................ J Hill 5 4x112 Celestrial Magic(c1) 30.49 J &.........D Fahey 6 63222 Opawa Cassidy nwtd L &................... Wales 7 3263F Opawa Royal nwtd L &....................... Wales 8 761 Carat’s Prince (c1) 30.69 J &...........D Fahey 9 43474 Choose To Love nwtd M &.................Jopson 10 524 Mega Girl nwtd A &.............................Seque 6 1.39pm RACINGDOGS.CO.NZ SPRINT C0, 295m 1 64253 Uno Nosey nwtd J &...............................May 2 82846 Charlie’s Pal nwtd......................J McInerney 3 687x8 Kiowa Sue nwtd M &........................... Smith 4 52661 Supreme Shelleen(c1) nwtd......J McInerney 5 Team Dream nwtd C &....................... Fagan 6 32356 Bee Ostee nwtd................................B Shaw 7 55545 Sheeza Flower nwtd S &..................Bonnett 8 86687 Winsome Extra nwtd...............M K Dempsey 9 51 Flirtation Walk (c1) nwtd C &........D Roberts 10 52 Homebush Awesome nwtd........J McInerney 7 1.57pm THE MILLER BAR & CAFE STAKES C0, 520m 1 67x65 Candy Belle nwtd L &......................... Wales 2 3527 Botany Kevin nwtd.....................J McInerney 3 748 Aspro Annie nwtd........................D T Barnes 4 76477 Know Solution nwtd....................... G Cleeve 5 43474 Choose To Love nwtd M &.................Jopson 6 32645 Poised Boy nwtd A &..........................Seque 7 Arnie Baxter nwtd......................J McInerney 8 338 Girl Pride nwtd A &.............................Seque 9 One Dream nwtd............................... M Flipp 10 841 Botany Seaton (c1) nwtd...........J McInerney 8 2.15pm SHIRLEY VET CLINIC SPRINT C2, 295m 1 56436 Parkermon 17.52.......................R Blackburn 2 75654 Rambunctious 17.67..................A Bradshaw
3 36576 Cawbourne Flippa 17.35................... M Flipp 4 88745 Vitalize 17.65 J &....................................May 5 25111 Opawa Legs (c3) nwtd L &................. Wales 6 32753 Ohoka Blue 17.54......................... L Waretini 7 18436 Wandy Feather nwtd........................ M Grant 8 11676 Know Fault 17.41........................... G Cleeve 9 58445 Aversion 17.66 H &..............................Taylor 10 78781 Make Your Point 17.40 W &............... Nissen 9 2.33pm EMERSON CONSULTANCY STAKES C1, 520m 1 22352 Kin Nikki 30.36.............................. L Waretini 2 46565 Nitro Express 30.81...................... L Waretini 3 27174 Gee Cee Bee 31.05....................H Anderton 4 16456 Clinton Baxter 31.02..................J McInerney 5 67141 Chill Out Ralph 31.14 L &................... Wales 6 22724 Mr. Dozer 30.46.................................J Dunn 7 32671 Paddy Baxter nwtd.....................J McInerney 8 x1111 Gogo Rioli 30.51 J &........................D Fahey 9 2x177 Nom De Plume 31.19................R Blackburn 10 2.50pm ADDINGTON EVENTS CENTRE C1, 295m 1 53616 Phil Wart nwtd.................................. M Grant 2 22112 Homebush Limbo 17.78.............J McInerney 3 71554 Cawbourne Clock 17.82 W &............. Nissen 4 43211 Trans Tasman 17.23...................R Blackburn 5 83313 Uno Flash 17.42 L &........................... Wales 6 52232 Aykroyd 17.90 S &............................Bonnett 7 35267 Go Bridie 17.68.............................. G Cleeve 8 32466 Totally Confused 17.77..................... M Flipp 9 55733 Our Hope 17.61............................S Hindson 10 65626 All Against Me 17.47..........................P Scott 11 3.08pm LITTLE BROWN JUG DASH C2, 295m 1 47x12 Wandy Jewel 17.43......................D Kingston 2 23212 Claremont Pizzaz 17.34................ L Waretini 3 11687 Go Dolphin Power nwtd....................B Shaw 4 54345 Winston Who 17.28............................J Dunn 5 12344 Blonde Tori 17.48.......................A Bradshaw 6 56448 Hilton Friday 17.55.....................J McInerney 7 78128 Lady In Shades 17.76 M &.................. Smith 8 67438 Okuku Bobo 17.47.......................... R Casey 9 15827 Nitro Mabel 17.49 H &.........................Taylor 10 63577 Opawa Marg 17.44 L &....................... Wales 12 3.25pm CLARKSON SIGN STUDIO STAKES C1, 520m 1 134x4 Chevy Chevelle nwtd H &....................Taylor
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2 58488 Draco Baxter nwtd.....................J McInerney 3 42521 Ohoka Frenchi 30.80.................... L Waretini 4 86776 Pied Warrior 31.15....................... J McMillan 5 5266x Law To Excel 31.33 W &.................... Nissen 6 13133 Jinja Pop 30.47 J &..........................D Fahey 7 67766 Big Token 31.03.........................J McInerney 8 22232 Rocky Baxter nwtd.....................J McInerney 9 2x177 Nom De Plume 31.19................R Blackburn 10 x1565 Opawa Andrea 30.53 J &................D Fahey 13 3.43pm CHRISTCHURCHGREYHOUNDS.CO.NZ SPRINT C1, 295m 1 32842 Kenny’s Comet 17.56 M &................... Smith 2 26567 Ziggy War Paint 17.64............... R Cockburn 3 77864 Bigtime Yahoo 17.59 P &....................Doody 4 x6211 Cawbourne Burn (c2) nwtd.......... M Roberts 5 1533x Saddleback Patch 17.64...............A Williams 6 42413 Batiatus 17.34............................R Blackburn 7 1447 Mr. Blobby 17.58.........................D T Barnes 8 11554 Gypsy Hunter nwtd W &.................... Nissen 9 24427 Wandy Gaylene nwtd..................... G Cleeve 14 4.00pm ROBBIE PHOTOGRAPHER DASH C1, 295m 1 41254 Iona Brightspark 17.65 M G &........ SR Hurd 2 71867 Cawbourne Glow 17.41 W &............. Nissen 3 311 Swapan 17.90 J &............................D Fahey 4 63715 Hear Hare Here 17.60 P &.................Doody 5 26358 El Maestro 17.53 H &..........................Taylor 6 61F38 Another Pizza 17.79..................J McInerney 7 23336 Go Timmee nwtd............................ G Cleeve 8 33246 Jet To Mars 17.92 M &......................... Smith 9 55733 Our Hope 17.61............................S Hindson 10 82486 Are Tee May 17.73............................ M Flipp 15 4.18pm SPEIGHT’S SPRINT C1, 295m 1 52321 Jack’s A Jewel 17.60 C &.............D Roberts 2 51665 Know Skill 17.67............................ G Cleeve 3 82527 Twister Al 17.43........................... J McMillan 4 27278 Upsala Jewel 17.96 S &..................B Evans 5 47582 Homebush Cruz 17.51........................ I Kaye 6 76423 Avec Lamour 17.69....................A Bradshaw 7 84223 Cawbourne Chief 17.47................... M Grant 8 17366 Botany Pete nwtd.......................J McInerney 9 24427 Wandy Gaylene nwtd..................... G Cleeve 10 46535 Yapster Jewel 17.55 M &..................... Smith
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Wellington greyhound fields and form Wellington Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Hatrick Raceway 10 May 2013 NZ Meeting number: 10 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 4.45pm MCANDREWS MENSWEAR C4 C4, 305m
1 63223 Hey You 17.46.....................................W Kite 2 28637 Safe And Secure 17.82............... B Johnston 3 15653 Thrilling Squeal 17.80.......................G Quirk 4 24255 Emma Marie 17.71....................... T Downey 5 24511 Mega Upload 17.74..........................T Agent 6 23614 Homebush Lignite 17.59............J McInerney 7 53826 Go Fern Go 17.69........................A Turnwald 8 64732 Homebush Domino 17.63..........J McInerney 9 18746 Ate Power 17.53 F &.......................Turnwald 2 5.03pm BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE NZ FUTURITY HT 1 R/Aq, 520m 1 42731 Homebush Violet (c3) 30.43......J McInerney 2 64267 Threat (c5) nwtd W &.......................T Steele 3 55856 Wonnie Wonder (c2) nwtd C &.....D Roberts 4 85614 Opawa Swede (c4) 30.44 J &..........D Fahey 5 11174 Sammy James (c4) 30.12.................L Ahern 6 88457 Lochinvar Sonic (c4) nwtd..........D Schofield 7 32135 Brooklyn Hope (c5) nwtd J &...........D Fahey 8 63316 Jetsun Flame (c5) 30.06.................G Wilson 9 11 Ibiza Fling (c1) nwtd...................D Schofield 10 35667 Summer Tension (c1) 30.58.. E S Duganzich 3 5.21pm RED SNAPPER SEAFOODS C1, 520m 1 68457 Rebel Joe nwtd................................. A Clark 2 37735 Fastback King 30.79......................... A Clark 3 36277 Homebush Lestat nwtd..............J McInerney 4 65368 Cawbourne Anna nwtd..............J McInerney 5 487Fx Twin Tigers 30.57.........................J McArthur 6 76664 Rijeka nwtd....................................M Gowan 7 56575 Baby James nwtd......................J McInerney 8 32788 Botany Comet 30.17..................J McInerney 9 64466 Big Girl Welshy 30.23................J McInerney
10 88478 Wandy Kyle 30.08......................J McInerney
4 5.45pm (NZT) BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE
NZ FUTURITY HT 2 R/Aq, 520m 1 11111 Spitfire Osti (c4) nwtd........................C Hore 2 11827 Pink Bouquet (c3) nwtd..............D Schofield 3 11633 Ciri Rioli (c5) nwtd J &.....................D Fahey 4 56744 Jetsun Blaze (c5) 30.36..................G Wilson 5 11216 Thrilling Logic (c3) nwtd................... K Walsh 6 87435 Wee Diger (c5) 30.33..................G Hodgson 7 83218 Bee Rabbit (c4) nwtd........................L Ahern 8 34458 Fire Boy Baxter (c2) nwtd..........J McInerney 9 53233 Cawbourne Renee (c1) nwtd C &.D Roberts 10 35667 Summer Tension (c1) 30.58.. E S Duganzich 5 6.15pm ANGLO UPHOLSTERERS (SEAVIEW) C5, 305m 1 14516 Hypotential 17.55..............................G Quirk 2 71638 Leadfoot Lenny 17.46..........................L Udy 3 23225 Darlek Khan 17.36......................G M Clarke 4 43424 Enazuma 17.39 G &...........................Denby 5 37451 Call Me Ralph 17.38...................G M Clarke 6 51235 Donky Deep 17.46 G &.......................Denby 7 51137 Kinetic Rio 17.52 K &.........................Phillips 8 31715 Cawbourne Plunge 17.56..........J McInerney 9 24154 Appley Road nwtd.............................L Ahern 6 6.45pm BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE NZ FUTURITY HT 3 R/Aq, 520m 1 16576 Cawbourne Tilly (c4) 30.36........J McInerney 2 14113 Charlie’s Choice(c4) nwtd A &............Seque 3 3734F Uno Lachlan (c5) nwtd................D Schofield 4 17127 Ostapchuk (c4) 30.10.......................L Ahern 5 68313 Kiwi Girl (c5) nwtd..............................J Black 6 65622 Backyard Bully (c5) 29.85........... G Hodgson 7 14147 Moulin Blue (c5) nwtd J &................D Fahey 8 18433 Bigtime Latte (c4) 30.21...................L Ahern 9 11 Ibiza Fling (c1) nwtd...................D Schofield 10 53233 Cawbourne Renee (c1) nwtd C &.D Roberts
7 7.15pm B & P ENGINEERING (UPPER HUTT) C5, 520m
1 18431 Pink Sock 29.99 F &.......................Turnwald 2 41222 Lachlan’s Cash nwtd...................D Schofield 3 64112 Gordon Bale 29.84 C &................D Roberts 4 22138 Complicit nwtd F &..........................Turnwald 5 71115 Ate To Much 29.93 F &...................Turnwald 6 36527 Another Breeze 30.03................J McInerney 7 55252 Magic Lass 30.11 C &..................D Roberts 8 22414 Cool Izmir 0.00 F &.........................Turnwald 9 34x53 Admire nwtd A &.................................Seque 8 7.45pm BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE NZ FUTURITY HT 4 R/Aq, 520m 1 31743 Mahalo Rhode (c4) 30.42 W &........T Steele 2 21313 Thrilling Charly(c2) nwtd.................. K Walsh 3 66611 Hello Ello (c3) 30.15................... B Johnston 4 16735 Pedro’s First (c5) 29.89.....................L Ahern 5 64128 Yaldhurst Edward(c3) nwtd........J McInerney 6 11122 Rene Ranger (c3) 30.09...................L Ahern 7 11321 Jinja Power (c5) nwtd J &................D Fahey 8 16411 Speed Legend (c4) 29.80........... B Hodgson 9 53233 Cawbourne Renee (c1) nwtd C &.D Roberts 10 11 Ibiza Fling (c1) nwtd...................D Schofield 9 8.13pm BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE NZ FUTURITY HT 5 R/Aq, 520m 1 81222 Bone Nerd (c3) nwtd.................... M Roberts 2 31121 Thrilling Glory (c4) 30.53................. K Walsh 3 51534 Kiki Rhode (c5) nwtd W &................T Steele 4 34134 Opawa No Ear (c4) nwtd J &...........D Fahey 5 11532 Nonu Nonu Boom (c2) nwtd.............L Ahern 6 11111 Cawbourne Jock (c3) nwtd................C Hore 7 53245 El Jetta (c4) 30.43............................L Ahern 8 31525 Fancy Dasher (c5) nwtd..............D Schofield 9 11 Ibiza Fling (c1) nwtd...................D Schofield 10 35667 Summer Tension (c1) 30.58.. E S Duganzich 10 8.43pm GLASSHOUSE BAR (UPPER HUTT) PREMIER
SPRINT C5 HT C5q, 305m 1 43553 Bob’s Your Uncle nwtd.......................R Hunt 2 12123 Versatility 17.51..................................C Hore 3 11511 Rosemore Osti 17.23........................L Ahern 4 52532 Cosmic Pearl nwtd......................D Schofield 5 45381 Homebush Boris 17.74..............J McInerney 6 68571 Another Hit 17.42.......................J McInerney 7 61116 Mirage 17.37 F &............................Turnwald 8 82742 Vicki’s Quest 17.65..............................L Udy 9 14516 Hypotential 17.55..............................G Quirk 10 43424 Enazuma 17.39 G &...........................Denby 11 9.13pm BROWNZY SPORTS BAR NORTH SHORE NZ FUTURITY HT 6 R/Aq, 520m 1 18255 Red Crystal (c3) 30.16................ B Hodgson 2 16535 Indi Rhode (c5) 30.33 W &..............T Steele 3 12366 Sir Richie (c3) 30.35.........................L Ahern 4 15116 Opawa Jed (c4) nwtd J &................D Fahey 5 28376 Thanks Charlie (c4) 30.30.........J McInerney 6 28514 Victorious Gem (c5) nwtd................ K Walsh 7 71725 Newton Willow (c4) 30.47......K Sutch-Jones 8 32112 Fancy Jill (c2) nwtd.....................D Schofield 9 53233 Cawbourne Renee (c1) nwtd C &.D Roberts 10 11 Ibiza Fling (c1) nwtd...................D Schofield 12 9.43pm GLASSHOUSE BAR (UPPER HUTT) PREMIER SPRINT C5 HT C5q, 305m 1 22313 Sahara Rama 17.45.....................A Poutama 2 61263 Explosive Osti nwtd...........................C Hore 3 86633 Waterbug 17.68...................................L Udy 4 62421 Glenaddis 17.62 G &..........................Denby 5 48272 Stiff 17.33 F &.................................Turnwald 6 11311 Wild Punting 17.38 F &...................Turnwald 7 43812 Ciao For Now 17.28..........................L Ahern 8 26453 Iona Haka 0.00..........................J McInerney 9 31715 Cawbourne Plunge 17.56..........J McInerney 10 51137 Kinetic Rio 17.52 K &.........................Phillips
ACROSS 1. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22.
Objective (4) Founder (10) Retrograde (8) Halt (4) Specimen (6) Harvester (6) Sundry (6) Unpretentious (6) Confusion (4) Left-over (8) Shorten (10) Daybreak (4)
DOWN 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 11. 13. 16. 17. 18. 20.
Singly (3,2,1,4) Seem (4) Swell (6) Impede (6) Taxi-rank (3-5) Harvest (4) Outshine (10) Enjoyment (8) Contend (6) Accident (6) Signify (4) Act (4)
7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. 22.
Immediate (13) Magnificence (8) Huge (4) Under control (2,4) Brightness (6) Refrain (6) Annual (6) Arrest (4) Add notes (8) Dismay (13)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 11. 13. 15. 17. 19. 21.
Dig in (8) Verse (6) Formerly (4) Justice (4,4) Foliage (6) Ado (4) Sick (8) Kinsman (8) Rest (6) Shrewd (6) Implement (4) Not any (4)
SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLE No 12,183
SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLE No 12,184
Across: 7 Crime; 8 Annexed; 9 Regatta; 10 Ended; 12 Resistance; 15 Threadbare; 18 Drama; 19 Regalia; 21 Athlete; 22 Alive. Down: 1 Accredited; 2 Singe; 3 Seat; 4 Salami; 5 Inventor; 6 Exuding; 11 Dressmaker; 13 Emanated; 14 Wreathe; 16 Barren; 17 Plain; 20 Gear.
Across: 1 Goal; 8 Originator; 9 Backward; 10 Stop; 1 Sample; 14 Reaper; 15 Divers; 17 Modest; 18 Mess; 1 Residual; 21 Abbreviate; 22 Dawn. Down: 2 One at a time; 3 Look; 4 Dilate; 5 Hinder; Cab-stand; 7 Crop; 11 Overshadow; 13 Pleasure; 1 Strive; 17 Mishap; 18 Mean; 20 Deed.
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6.00 Creflo Dollar. 6.30 Buzzy Bee And Friends. (G) 6.35 Tiki Tour. (G, R, T) 7.00 Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack. (G, R, T) 7.25 Kick Buttowski – Suburban Daredevil. (Final, G, R, T) 7.50 Beyblades Metal Masters. (G, T) 8.20 Dinosaur Train. (G, R, T) 8.30 Guess How Much I Love You. (Final, G, T) 8.40 Fireman Sam. (G, R, T) 8.50 Bird Bath. (G, R, T) 9.00 Infomercials. 10.30 Neighbours. (R, T) 11.00 Shortland Street. (PGR, R, T) 11.30 Spin City. (PGR, R, T) 12.00 Desperate Housewives. (AO, R, T) 1.00 Jeremy Kyle. (PGR) 2.00 Anderson Live. 3.00 Mr Men. (G, R, T) 3.05 Jungle Junction. (G, R, T) 3.30 Spongebob Squarepants. (G, R, T) 4.00 Austin & Ally. (G, T) 4.30 The Erin Simpson Show. 5.00 Horace In Slow Motion. (G, R) 5.01 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (G, R, T) 5.30 8 Simple Rules. (G, R, T)
6.00 ONE News. (T) 7.00 Seven Sharp. (T) 7.30 Coronation Street. (PGR, T) Cheryl supports Chris, Audrey and Kylie clash, and Lloyd tries to make things right. 8.30 Location, Location, Location. (G, T) With one family stuck in a house bursting at the seams and another is stuck in one room at mum and dad’s, it’s up to Kirstie and Phil to find them all more space. 9.30 Restoration Man. (T) 10.35 ONE News Tonight. (T) 11.05 Friday Night Dinner. 11.40 Episodes. (AO, R)
6.00 Friends. (G, R, T) 6.30 Neighbours. (T) All three Turner men are now in trouble with the law, especially Mason. 7.00 Shortland Street. (PGR, T) Brooke loses her grip, Jasmine makes a stand, and Josh gets what’s coming. 7.30 The Voice Australia. (T) The fifth set of hopefuls audition with the judges only able to hear their voices, and not see how they look. 9.10 Killer Karaoke. (PGR, T) 10.05 Fast And Loose. (AO, R, T) 10.45 The Bachelorette. (G)
3.00 3.55 4.25 5.25
Breakfast. Good Morning. Ellen. (R) Cowboy Builders. (Final, G) In this series, the presenters ride to the rescue of homeowners whose lives have been ruined by “cowboy builders”. ONE News. (T) Emmerdale. (PGR, T) David and Alicia discuss, Cain asks Chas about Priya, and Moira’s concerned. Come Dine With Me. (G) Cookery School. (G, R, T) Chef Richard Corrigan takes on the challenge of improving Britain’s cooks. Dickinson’s Real Deal. Te Karere. (T) Ellen. Millionaire Hot Seat. (T)
6.00 9.00 10.00 11.00
12.15 Hawthorne. (PGR, R) 1.15 Te Karere. (R, T) 1.40 Infomercials.
12.40 Ghost Whisperer. (Final, AO, R, T) 1.40 Infomercials. 2.40 The Voice. (PGR, R, T) 4.15 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. (PGR, R) 5.00 The Erin Simpson Show. (R) 5.30 Just The Job. (G, R)
6.00 8.30 10.30 11.30 12.00 12.30 1.00 2.00 3.00
4.00 5.00 5.30
3 News: Firstline. Infomercials. (G) The Shopping Channel. Everybody Loves Raymond. (G, R, T) 3 News. Home And Away. (G, R, T) Dr Phil. (AO) The Dr Oz Show. (PGR) The Real Housewives Of New York City. In St. Barts, the wives delight in their high-level villa and take in a night that features tequila shots, a pirate-theme performance and flirtations with their sightly liaison. Rachael Ray. (G) Entertainment Tonight. Home And Away. (G, T) John is worried that he might lose custody of Jett.
6.00 3 News. 7.00 Campbell Live. 7.30 Modern Family. (PGR, R, T) 8.00 The New Normal. (PGR) 8.30 Graham Norton Show. (AO) Together on Graham’s sofa are Formula 1 racer Lewis Hamilton, comedian Dara O Briain, and singer Alison Moyet. 9.30 Ben & Steve: World Famous In. (AO) Joined by Peter Helliar, Jeremy Elwood and Josh Kronfeld, Ben and Steve travel to Dunedin and Otago. 10.35 Nightline. 11.15 The Big Game. (PGR) 12.15 Mental. (AO, R) 1.10 NCIS: Los Angeles. (AO, R, T) 2.00 Infomercials. (G)
PRIMe 6.00 Home Shopping. (G) 6.30 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 7.00 Deal Or No Deal. (G, R) 7.30 Home Shopping. (G) 12.00 The Doctors. (G) 1.00 The Jeff Probst Show. (G) 2.00 Mythbusters. (PGR, R) Adam and Jamie get feisty with a bar fight mystery, while Kari, Grant and Tory investigate a canon mystery from history. 3.00 Better Homes And Gardens. (G, R) Ideas and practical guides to improvement projects for your home and garden, plus recipes and entertaining solutions. 4.00 The Late Show With David Letterman. (G, R) 5.00 Deal Or No Deal. (G, R) 5.30 Prime News. Deal Or No Deal. (G) Millionaire: Hot Seat. The Crowd Goes Wild. American Idol. (G) Join us on American Idol as judges Randy Jackson, Nicki Minaj, Keith Urban and Mariah Carey narrow the competition down. 9.30 Beauty And The Beast. (PGR) Tess and Cat’s partnership will never be the same, while Gabe and Evan’s suspicions about the department’s connection to the beast continue to grow. 10.30 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 11.00 Letterman. (G)
6.30 Futurama. (G, R) In the Forbidden Zone of the Galaxy of Terror, Fry’s mistake turns him into a planet’s emperor - a position with a notoriously short lifespan. 7.00 The Simpsons. (G, R) Homer befriends a group of Hollywood celebrities vacationing in a remote part of town. 7.30 American Ninja Warrior. (G)
10.30 11.30 11.55
Team America: World Police Four, 8.30pm Thunderbirds this ain’t. Using marionette puppets and detailed sets to tell their tale of a crack team of Yankee “World Police”, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the string-pullers of this crude satire of America’s myopic world view. When one of their members is gunned down on a mission, the team is forced to turn to an ace Broadway actor to help them stop Arab terrorists.
6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30
12.00 The Beatles: Magical Mystery Tour. (AO, R) 1.00 Home Shopping. (G) 2.00 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 2.30 Home Shopping. (G)
FOUR 6.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 6.55 Pingu. (G, R) 7.00 Sticky TV. (G, R) 7.30 Avatar: The Last Airbender. (G) 8.00 George Of The Jungle. (G, R) 8.30 Care Bears. (G, R) 8.55 HUMF. (G) 9.05 Bob The Builder. (G, R) 9.15 Thomas & Friends. (G, R) 9.25 Peppa Pig. (G, R) 9.35 Wonder Pets. (G, R) 10.00 Tickety Toc. (G) 10.10 Infomercials. (G) 2.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 2.55 Peppa Pig. (G, R) 3.00 Sticky TV. (G) 4.30 FOUR Live. (G) 6.00 Everybody Hates Chris. (G, R)
Based on the hit Japanese series Sasuke, this series sees 10 American athletes compete through elaborate obstacle courses for the chance to go to Japan to face the course from the original series. FILM: Team America: World Police. (2004, AO, R) Voices of Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Kristen Miller. A global police force tries to save the world from terrorism and well-meaning actors. Covert Affairs. (AO) Entertainment Tonight. (G) Infomercials. (G)
sky sPORt 1 11.00 Golf. GS Caltex Maekyung Open. Round One. Highlights. 12.30 Toyota Grassroots Rugby. 1.30 Darts. Premier League. Night 14. From the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle. Replay. 4.30 The Ultimate Fighter 17. 5.30 Toyota Grassroots Rugby. 6.30 Total Rugby. 7.00 Rugby. Super Rugby. Chiefs v Force. From ECOlight Stadium, Pukekohe. Live. 9.35 Rugby. Super Rugby. Reds v Sharks. From Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Live. 11.40 Rugby. Super Rugby. Chiefs v Force. From ECOlight Stadium, Pukekohe. Replay. 1.40 Rugby. Super Rugby. Reds v Sharks. From Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. Replay. 3.40 Total Rugby. 4.05 Toyota Grassroots Rugby. 5.05 Rugby. Super Rugby. Cheetahs v Hurricanes. From Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein. Live.
the bOx 6.00 NYPD Blue. (M) 6.50 The Simpsons. (PG) 7.15 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.40 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 8.05 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 8.30 Cash Cab USA. (PG) 8.55 24. (M) 9.50 Law & Order. (M) 10.40 NCIS. (PG) 11.30 Criminal Intent. (M) 12.20 Fear Factor. (M) 1.15 NYPD Blue. (M) 2.10 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 2.35 Cash Cab USA. (PG) 3.05 24. (M) 4.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 4.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 5.00 Law & Order. (M) 6.00 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 6.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 Raw. (M) Kick start your weekend with the latest wrestling action. 10.30 Law & Order. (M) 11.30 Lie To Me. (M) 12.30 24. (M) 1.20 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 1.45 Cash Cab USA. (PG) 2.10 NYPD Blue. (M) 3.05 Fear Factor. (M) 3.55 Lie To Me. (M) 4.45 24. (M) 5.35 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG)
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sky sPORt 2 6.00 Darts. Premier League. Night 14. From the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle. Live. 9.30 Toyota Grassroots Rugby. 10.30 Crowd Goes Wild. 11.00 Sterlo. 12.00 NRL Footy Show. 2.00 Golf. GS Caltex Maekyung Open. Round One. Highlights. 3.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. The Players Championship Round One. Highlights. 3.30 Cricket. IPL. Kings XI Punjab v Rajasthan Royals. Highlights. 4.30 Cricket. IPL. Pune Warriors v Kolkata Knight Riders. Highlights. 5.30 Golf. GS Caltex Maekyung Open. Round One. Highlights. 6.30 Sterlo. 7.30 NRL Footy Show. 9.30 Rugby League. NRL Premiership. Wests Tigers v Sharks. Live. 11.30 Rugby League. NRL Premiership. Rabbitohs v Cowboys. Replay. 1.30 The Ultimate Fighter 17. 2.30 Crowd Goes Wild. 3.00 Golf. GS Caltex Maekyung Open. Round One. Highlights. 4.00 ANZ Golf World. 4.30 Golf. US PGA Tour. The Players Championship Round One. Highlights. 5.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. The Players Championship Round Two. Live.
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6.25 Moneyball. (2011, M) Brad Pitt 8.35 Arthur Christmas. (2011, G) James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent. 10.10 Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance. (2012, M) Nicolas Cage, Ciaran Hinds. 11.45 50/50. (2011, 16) Joseph GordonLevitt, Seth Rogen. 1.25 Colombiana. (2011, 16) Zoe Saldana, Michael Vartan. 3.15 The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn. (2011, PG) Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis. 5.05 Arthur. (2011, PG) Russell Brand, Helen Mirren. 6.55 Gone. (2012, M) Amanda Seyfried. A kidnap victim who escaped from her captor is convinced that the serial killer is back and has abducted her newly missing sister. 8.30 Footloose. (2011, M) Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough. Ren MacCormack moves to a small town where rock ‘n’ roll and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace. 10.25 Trespass. (2011, 16) Nicole Kidman, Nicolas Cage. 11.55 Devil’s Den. (2006, 16) Kelly Hu, Devon Sawa. 1.20 5 Days Of War. (2011, 16) Rupert Friend, Emmanuelle Chriqui. 3.15 Trespass. (2011, 16) Nicole Kidman. 4.45 Spy Kids 4. (2011, PG) Jessica Alba.
7.05 Making Of Snow White And The Huntsman. (2012, M). 7.30 The Dark Crystal. (1982, PG) 9.05 Cape Fear. (1991, 16) Robert De Niro. 11.10 The Blues Brothers. (1980, 16) John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd. 1.20 Kiss Of The Dragon. (2001, 18) Jet Li, Bridget Fonda. 2.55 A Knight’s Tale. (2001, M) Heath Ledger. 5.05 Firewall. (2006, M) Harrison Ford, Paul Bettany. 6.50 Wild Hogs. (2007, M) Tim Allen, John Travolta. A group of biker-wannabes gets more than they bargained for when they go on a motorcycling trip to put some adventure back in their lives. 2007. 8.30 Daylight. (1996, M) Sylvester Stallone. After an explosion blocks New York’s Hudson Tunnel at both ends, a disgraced ex-emergency rescue worker is given one last chance at redemption. 1996. 10.25 The Firm. (1993, PG) Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn. 12.55 Directors: Bryan Singer. (2009, PG). 1.25 A Knight’s Tale. (2001, M) Heath Ledger. 3.35 Firewall. (2006, M) Harrison Ford, Paul Bettany. 5.20 Wild Hogs. (2007, M) Tim Allen, John Travolta.
DIsCOVeRy 6.00 6.30 7.30 8.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.30 5.30 7.30 8.00
9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 5.30
Auction Hunters. (PG) Dirty Jobs. (PG) Swamp Loggers. (PG) Deadliest Catch. (PG) Mythbusters. (PG) Bering Sea Gold. (PG) Dirty Jobs Down Under. (PG) Disappeared. (M) Fatal Encounters. (M) Gold Rush. (PG) Swamp Loggers. (PG) Deadliest Catch. (PG) Mythbusters. (PG) Auction Kings. (PG) Auction Hunters. (PG) Allen is late to the auction, leaving Ton to battle a feisty female auction buyer on his own! American Digger. (PG) Cherokee Treasure Trove. American Savage travels to Ric’s hometown in search of priceless American Indian artifacts. Property Wars. (PG) Taking The Heat. Will Ed’s inexperience with the Phoenix market’s natural quirks cause him to make a bad business decision? John bids strong on a colourful historic house. Nightmare Next Door. (M) Disappeared. (M) Crimes That Shook The World. (M) Swamp Loggers. (PG) Everything You Need To Know. (PG)
KEY: T Teletext R Repeat S Stereo P Premiere F Final RATINGS: G General exhibition PG Parental guidance recommended M Suitable for mature audiences AO Adults only 16 Approved for persons 16 and over 18 Approved for persons 18 and over c Content may offend l Language may offend s Sexual content may offend v contains violence
shINe 6.00 Brian Houston @ Hillsong TV 6.30 Quick Study 7.00 Hermie and Friends 7.30 Paws and Tales 8.00 OK TV 8.30 Connection Point 9.00 Hour of Power 10.00 Gods at War 10.30 Facing the Canon 11.00 Beyond Adventure 11.30 Born To Be Free 12.00 Connection Point 12.30 Enjoying Everyday Life 1.00 The 700 Club 1.30 Brian Houston @ Hillsong TV 2.00 Nzone Focus 2.30 Beyond Adventure 3.00 Hermie and Friends 3.30 Paws and Tales 4.00 OK TV 4.30 Life FM presents 5.30 Nzone Focus 6.00 Brian Houston @ Hillsong TV 6.30 Destined to Reign 7.00 The 700 Club 7.30 Gods at War 8.00 Noble Exchange 8.30 MOVIE: Fireproof 10.30 The Family Series 11.00 Just Thinking 11.30 Gods at War 12.00 Noble Exchange 12.30 Little Film Big Heart 1.00 MOVIE: Fireproof 3.00 Wisdom for Difficult Times 3.30 Beyond Adventure 4.00 Born To Be Free 4.30 Nzone Focus 5.00 Little Film Big Heart 5.30 Little Film Big Heart
LOCAL RADIO: AM Newstalk ZB 873; FM Classic Hits ZEFM 92.5; FOX FM 94.9, 98.9 AND 95.7
pORt fM pACe
$7000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 2000m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
24x4 x3994 x6020 3388x 8840 02624 52 â€” 86000 62700 60 57x58 54794 60909 6760x
Mr Melsu Fr (1) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) Captain Thunderjet Fr (2) D & C Butt (Woodend Beach) Gotta Go Sassyâ€™s Jet Fr (3) Greg Payne (West Melton) Canndew Fr (4) Margo Nyhan (Burnham) Light The Fuse Fr (5) Ben Waldron (Ashburton) Jack Hammer Fr (6) Terry May (Methven) History Maker Fr (7) James Weir (Kaiapoi) Cavallo Volante Fr (8) Mark Jones (Burnham) Blytheburn Royal City Fr (21) Maxine Green (Winslow) Diplomat Fr (22) Jim Curtin (Templeton) Shantahlia Hero Fr (23) Graeme Lamb (Rangiora) Crying Out Loud Fr (24) Merv Neill (Rangiora) Planet Princess Fr (25) Ken Barron (West Melton) Double Vision Fr (26) Keith Coutts (Leeston) Elson Fr (27) Chris McDowell (Weedons)
R Holmes B Butt G A Payne P Davis B orange R May R Close (J) M Jones SCRATCHED D Dunn J Curtin k Cameron M neill k Barron k Coutts C McDowell
equine vet seRviCes hp tROt
$8500, 3yo+ 1 to 3 wins +claimer discretionary, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
47486 96001 909x0 42588 78207 53808 07040 64800 40171 38064 23414 70210 45761 â€” 40080 35425 19099
Tyron Lochie Fr (1) Patrick Oâ€™Reilly (Huntingdon) Rebma Fr (2) Ken Ford (West Melton) Ourronnie Fr (3) Wakelin/Noble (Oxford) Speedy Earl Fr (4) Kyle Cameron (Fernside) Sun Of Mystery Fr (5) Steve Clarke (Rolleston) Major Domus Fr (6) Joseph Clementson (Oxford) Evander D Go Fr (7) Neil Burton (Ashburton) Oscar Fr (8) L & J Smith (Te Pirita) The Bog Fr (9) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) Goodboy Tiger Fr (10) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) Juneamy Castleton Fr (11) Mark Jones (Burnham) Sundown In Paris Fr (12) Kevin Fairbairn (Doyleston) Miri Fr (13) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) Eight Double Eight Dutchess Fr (u1) Rick Burnett (Leeston) Trick Star 10 (1) Terry McMillan (Ashburton) Westmelton Willie 10 (u1) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti)
flAiR â€œgiRls â€˜n gigsâ€? pACe
P oâ€™Reilly A Tomlinson P Wakelin k Cameron S Clarke A veint (J) n Burton J Smith n McGrath P Davis J Dunn D Dunn SCRATCHED J Anderson (J) T McMillan J W Cox
$8500, 4yo+ 2 to 3 wins discretionary hcp invited lady drivers, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
07525 89760 97070 77x84 60100 55309 67x08 30803 07787 50007 â€” 70018 0x987 06664 14415 74800 â€”
In Tandem Fr (1) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) A Tomlinson Majestic Lustre Fr (2) Ivan Court (Ladbrooks) S ottley (J) Greshees Angel Fr (3) Graeme Telfer (Timaru) S Hickman (J) Lee Van Cleef Fr (4) Jason & Scott Lethaby (West Melton) A Laing Indian Arrow Fr (5) John Patterson (Waimate) T Healy Hudson Sully Fr (6) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) J Law Little Miss Sunshine Fr (7) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) C Hunter (J) Graceandtemika Fr (8) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) J young (J) Shadow Rider Fr (9) Frank Shrives (West Melton) D Flint Lady Lizzie Fr (10) McCormick/Kentish (Ashburton) D ottley Opting Options SCRATCHED Nothing But Girls Fr (11) Simon Adlam (Ashburton) L Lester (J) Szybka Brat Fr (12) Graeme Telfer (Timaru) G Chmiel Redmaro Fr (13) Gavin Cook (Ladbrooks) J Smolenski The Burning Question Fr (14) Gavin Smith (Leithfield Beach) A Lethaby Barberino Fr (u1) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) k Cox (J) Supreme Sign SCRATCHED
bROsnAn tRAns. pAssing lAne pACe 2.10 $7000, 2yo+ non winners, 2000m.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
89057 40x â€” 77706 7 08890 08087 57 406x9 85422 06x3P 276 â€”
Wood Fire Fr (1) McCormick/Kentish (Ashburton) Top Brass Fr (2) Wendy Stevenson (Ashburton) Bianca Little Mo Fr (3) Ken Ford (West Melton) Cassidy Paige Fr (4) Dave Anderson (Prebbleton) Crimson Glory Fr (5) Terry McMillan (Ashburton) Denis Fr (6) Margo Nyhan (Burnham) Ireby Doris Fr (7) Gavin Court (Rangiora) Freezer Bay Fr (8) Nigel Perkins (Ashburton Raceway) Sounds Like Us Fr (9) Kerry Oâ€™Reilly (Lauriston) Sheâ€™s Got It Fr (10) Philip Vermeulen (Rangiora) kirstys Luck Fr (11) Katie Cox (Springston) Loch In C Fr (12) Geoffrey Kelk (Winchmore) Flyin Ryan
nORfOlk MOtORs pACe
L McCormick D Dunn SCRATCHED A Tomlinson T Chmiel T McMillan P Davis C Hunter (J) L oâ€™Reilly k oâ€™Reilly M Purvis (J) k Cox (J) G oâ€™Reilly SCRATCHED
$5000, 4yo+ 1 to 2 wins mobile, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
93400 94706 65077 49051 08407 57540 04P98 00966 65028 33756 â€” 09000 00078
Lockey Fr (1) Chris McDowell (Weedons) Supreme Estella Fr (2) Rick Burnett (Leeston) Gliding Charm Fr (3) Doug Gillespie (Geraldine) Ultimate Sheldon Fr (4) Brent White (Yaldhurst) Caesarâ€™s Flame Fr (5) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) Gritty Girl Fr (6) Simon Adlam (Ashburton) Unique Chance Fr (7) P & L Jones (West Melton) k C Pedro Fr (8) Alex Hastie (Winchmore) Black Ice Fr (9) John Tate (West Melton) kellyrox Fr (21) Andrew Stuart (Rangiora) Artys On Fire Share The Joy Fr (22) Graeme Telfer (Timaru) Iâ€™m Bettor Fr (23) Ray Jenkins (West Melton)
unique hAiR & beAuty pACe
C McDowell D Dunn k Barron S Mcnally J Dunn G oâ€™Reilly R May J Anderson (J) C D Thornley B orange SCRATCHED G Telfer R Jenkins
$7000, 2yo+ f&m non winners mobile, 2000m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
â€” 8342 0405 526 50600 05 â€” x5200 9x 99380 73272 â€” 673
Onedin Emerald Fr (1) Henderson Hunter (Fernside) Strandhill Ideal Power Fr (2) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) Go Da Jag Fr (3) Jim Veint (Ashburton) Pembrook Belle Fr (4) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) Rainbow Classic Fr (5) Graeme Lamb (Rangiora) Macjestic Toddy Fr (6) Ken Barron (West Melton) Happy Ticker Fr (7) David Thompson (Kaiapoi) Hot Lips Brogden Gracy Lady Fr (21) Simon Adlam (Ashburton) Turnonthebrightlites Fr (22) Colin Evans (Washdyke) Bellatricks Fr (23) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) Julia Bardon Fr (24) Ben Waldron (Ashburton) Dream Gal Fr (25) Phil Anderson (Weedons) Pay Me Operative Just kris Fr (26) Greg Payne (West Melton)
ROn bROWn JeWelleRs pACe
H Hunter SCRATCHED T Mitchell A veint (J) D Dunn P Davis k Barron S Thompson SCRATCHED S ottley (J) C Evans J Dunn R May B orange SCRATCHED G A Payne
$7500, 2yo+ 1 to 2 wins mobile, 2000m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
2937x 1232 22481 41613 67870 19666 12254 24108 x8805 36133 54935 16214 1x849 64084 066x3 850x0 40007 75380
Sonatina Fr (1) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) McPocket Fr (2) Mark Jones (Burnham) Shantahliaâ€™s Star Fr (3) Graeme Lamb (Rangiora) Quick As I Can Fr (4) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) Bee Tees Fr (5) Terry Oâ€™Sullivan (Sefton) Stradowan Fr (6) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) Bella Starr Fr (7) Cran Dalgety Hunter Victoria Fr (8) John Tate (West Melton) Universal Rule Fr (9) John Howe (West Melton) Tandias Bromac Fr (21) Ken Barron (West Melton) Davy Lindenny Fr (22) David Thompson (Kaiapoi) Hi Jinx Fr (23) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) Vertical Four Fr (24) Jim Curtin (Templeton) Vienna Eyre Fr (25) Phil Anderson (Weedons) Lauramegan Fr (26) Robert Dunn (West Melton) Melva June Fr (27) Patrick Oâ€™Reilly (Huntingdon) Belmont Fire Fr (28) Donna Williamson (Washdyke) Ally Grace Fr (29) Kevin Fairbairn (Doyleston)
RACe iMAges (ChCh) pACe
D Dunn M Jones k Cameron J W Cox G Chmiel J Trainor (J) C D Thornley S Mcnally k Barron S Thompson T Chmiel B orange J Thomas (J) A v (J,Cl) J Dunn
$7000, 3yo+ non winners, 2000m. 1 5224 Star Black Fr (1) John Hay (Ashburton) 2 P Ardwells key Fr (2) Ron Paterson (Tinwald) 3 95850 Days Of Passion Fr (3) Muriwai Watene (Phar Lap Raceway) 4 322 Uralla Sue Fr (4) Leo Oâ€™Reilly (Rakaia) 5 5 Just Ned Fr (5) Russell Kennedy (Yaldhurst) 6 603 Cracker Anvil Fr (6) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) 7 62790 Sublime Lustre Fr (7) Ivan Court (Ladbrooks)
Timaru Selections Race 1: MAJESTIC TIME, MIDFREW MEDuSA, GoRILLA PLAyBoy Race 2: SU EL, SuPREME SIGn, CAESARâ€™S BRACELET Race 3: CAPTAIN THUNDERJET, MR MELSu, RoyAL CITy Race 4: THE BOG, JunEAMy CASTLETon, SunDoWn In PARIS Race 5: THE BURNING QUESTION, LEE vAn CLEEF, In TAnDEM Race 6: LOCH IN C, CRIMSon GLoRy, SounDS LIkE uS Race 7: ULTIMATE SHELDON, k C PEDRo, CAESARâ€™S FLAME Race 8: IDEAL POWER, PEMBRook BELLE, MACJESTIC ToDDy Race 9: MCPOCkET, QuICk AS I CAn, BELLA STARR Race 10: URALLA SUE, STAR BLACk, CRACkER AnvIL Race 11: AJAYE, MAC BuBBLES, STARLET LAvRA
M Hay G oâ€™Reilly T Healy L oâ€™Reilly C D Thornley n McGrath B orange
8 Forthejoyofit Fr (8) Dave Anderson (Prebbleton) 9 00000 Glenferrie Ann Fr (9) Gavin Mills (West Melton) 10 3 k C Monet Fr (10) Grahame Scurr (Broadfield) 11 97580 Private Jones Fr (11) Henderson Hunter (Fernside) 12 62 kotare Vernon Fr (12) Kevin James (Kaiapoi) 13 06389 Magical Mario Fr (u1) Kevin Fairbairn (Doyleston)
S Mcnally C McDowell k Barron C Hunter (J) J Curtin J Dunn
lis MARA pACe
$7500, 3yo+ 1 to 2 wins, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
67137 37205 6576x 7x062 50080 59059 83405 168x â€” x0874 13338 253x1 â€” 1x700 â€” 86959
Revell Yell Fr (1) Simon Adlam (Ashburton) Bite The Dust Fr (2) Ben Waldron (Ashburton) Fiery Lustre Fr (3) Ivan Court (Ladbrooks) Alexy Fr (4) Bruce Negus (Waikouaiti) Waikari Cash Fr (5) Kevin James (Kaiapoi) Special Bella Fr (6) Carl Markham (Methven) Ajaye Fr (7) D & C Butt (Woodend Beach) Starlet Lavra Fr (8) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) Lady Lizzie Alliwantforxmas Fr (9) John Hay (Ashburton) Major Moment Fr (10) Phil Burrows (Fernside) Mac Bubbles Fr (11) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) Westburn Courage Earsgrinningatyou Fr (12) Margo Nyhan (Burnham) The Black Loose Cannon Fr (u1) John Patterson (Waimate)
S ottley (J) R May M Jones J W Cox k James J M (J,Cl) B Butt G Chmiel SCRATCHED J Hay G Smith D Dunn SCRATCHED P Davis SCRATCHED J Patterson
Australian races eagle farm Jetbet 3
Weather/track/Rail Overcast/Dead (4)/True.
AsCend sAles bRC dAsh
$50,000, open, 1000m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
350s6 6214s 690s8 s136s s80s0 7323s 13043 46007 38456 14364 179s3 1584s
Excellantes twh (8) 59 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) G Colless Gundy Son tcwbh (10) 59 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) M Rodd Celtic Dancer tw (3) 58.5 N J Doyle (Gold Coast) T Bell Griffon cwbh (7) 58.5 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) D Browne Baqaba dw (12) 57 S P Tregea (Toowoomba) G Goold (a3) Bennyâ€™s Buttons wh (9) 54.5 K C Wood (Eagle Farm) M Cahill Mr Favulous cdw (4) 54 Donald Baker (Toowoomba) Ms T Harrison (a1.5) Haizum cdw (1) 54 T J Sears (Toowoomba) J Byrne Silver Bullion dwhn (5) 54 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) R Wiggins Iâ€™m Cool cwbh (11) 54 Desleigh Forster (Eagle Farm) A Allen (a2) Halle Rocks dwn (2) 54 M G Price (Caulfield) J Cassidy Encinitas cdhn (6) 54 L J Gough (Eagle Farm) C Munce
bOllingeR ChAMpAgne ClAssiC
bundAbeRg distilling CO. btC Cup 5.40 $400,000, Group 1 WFA, 1200m
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
168s1 8s442 0s757 s3662 22s41 00633 s2151 1283s 1217s 29s85 0s102
Buffering tcdwhn (7) 58.5 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) D Browne Rain Affair dw (2) 58.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) J Bowman Temple Of Boom tdwh (9) 58.5 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) G Colless Spirit Of Boom tcdwh (11) 58.5 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) M Cahill Rarefied d (6) 58.5 Peter Snowden (Agnes Banks/Hawkesbu) M Rodd Jetset Lad dw (10) 58.5 J R Wheeler (Mornington) J Riddell Better Than Ready tcdwh (8) 57 K M Schweida (Eagle Farm) R Mc Mahon Your Song w (5) 57 A J Cummings (Randwick) P Robl Reflectance td (1) 57 John Thompson (Gold Coast) T Bell Sea Siren dn (3) 56.5 J A Oâ€™Shea (Randwick) J Cassidy Emmalene tcdwbh (4) 56.5 L F Birchley (Eagle Farm) C Munce
1 â€” The Ringmaster SCRATCHED 2 22134 Longshoreman cdwbh (13) 57.5 B J Smith (Eagle Farm) R Mc Mahon 3 1s240 Memorable Moment cd (15) 57.5 Tony Crane (Beaudesert) B Stewart 4 733s8 Rocker dwh (16) 57.5 K M Schweida (Eagle Farm) G Colless 5 771s0 Solebid dh (11) 57.5 C A Cousins (Eagle Farm) M Hellyer 6 1101s Someday dh (12) 57.5 K C Wood (Eagle Farm) C Munce 7 36472 Double Impact tw (14) 56 Ms J Crompton (Toowoomba) E Wilkinson 8 36s50 Sea Tryst dh (21) 56 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) L Cassidy 9 813s9 Dreamâ€™nâ€™ignite cbh (2) 55.5 Desleigh Forster (Eagle Farm) J Bowman 10 2137s Heza Jetsetter tcwh (18) 54.5 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) R Wiggins 11 87s29 Maury d (6) 54.5 John Thompson (Gold Coast) Ms T Harrison (a1.5) 12 147s2 Mishani Warrior tdbh (4) 54.5 L G Ross (Eagle Farm) J Byrne 13 1s147 Quarterly dwh (5) 54.5 Chris Jordan (Eagle Farm) 14 50s48 Doubtfilly tdw (1) 54 S W Kendrick (Sunshine Coast) 15 90s80 Off And Laughing dwn (8) 54 John Thompson (Gold Coast) A Allen (a2) 16 2221s Sookie cd (7) 52.5 John Thompson (Gold Coast) T Bell EMERGENCIES 17 â€” Gâ€™day Old Mate SCRATCHED 18 2120s Sons Of God tcwh (9) 56 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) M Cahill 19 41302 Bribie cdh (3) 59 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) D Browne 20 248s1 Wind Wand dw (10) 54.5 P H Duncan (Sunshine Coast) 21 40s43 Comahni dwn (17) 55.5 R R Wilson (Sunshine Coast)
Australian races Rosehill Jetbet 11
2s231 2381s 11 2145s 0s12 2514s 86125 1 13s1 13s2 20 1
Octane Flyer twh (8) 57 K M Schweida (Eagle Farm) Architect wh (7) 57 David Lawlor (Eagle Farm) Hooked c (11) 57 John Thompson (Gold Coast) Vilanova (5) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) Vo Heart dw (4) 57 D J Hansen (Sunshine Coast) Into The Red h (9) 57 K C Wood (Eagle Farm) Global Dream dh (1) 55 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) Little Miss Smiley d (6) 55 John Thompson (Randwick) Bound For Earth (13) 55 J A Oâ€™Shea (Randwick) Tints (12) 55 Ben Currie (Toowoomba) Sheâ€™s A Danica bh (2) 55 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) Miss Sunset h (10) 55 L F Birchley (Eagle Farm) Goth Girl (3) 55 Marcus Wilson (Gold Coast)
AlliAnCe AiRlines hAndiCAp
R Mc Mahon J Byrne R Wiggins J Bowman E Wilkinson C Munce G Colless M Cahill D Browne T Bell B Stewart P Robl M Rodd
Weather/track/Rail Fine/Good (3)/True.
$50,000, F&M, 1400m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
149s0 244s3 61s58 54121 33s02 654s6 0s335 23158 24315 380s9 80s70 6s151 788s1 40525
Dual Chamber tw (10) 58 M J Dunn (Murwillumbah) Ms T Harrison (a1.5) Hidden kisses tcwh (1) 56 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) M Rodd Flying Jet tcwh (11) 55 K M Schweida (Eagle Farm) L Cassidy Product tdwhn (14) 55 L F Birchley (Eagle Farm) P Robl Purfectress cw (7) 55 N J Doyle (Gold Coast) E Wilkinson Cuddlesome tcdh (13) 55 L G Ross (Eagle Farm) C Munce kumali tw (3) 55 J Dann (Toowoomba) A Allen (a2) Show Affection twh (5) 55 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) G Colless Alcancia cwh (4) 55 B J Lockwood (Eagle Farm) R Mc Mahon Real Stolle (8) 55 John Thompson (Gold Coast) R Wiggins kneeling (12) 55 John Thompson (Gold Coast) M Cahill Pretty Gully dwn (9) 55 S W Kendrick (Sunshine Coast) B Stewart Stolen kisses (2) 55 Ms M Thexton (Gold Coast) T Bell Danyme dh (6) 55 B J Smith (Eagle Farm)
ChAnnel seven hAndiCAp
$50,000, Benchmark 85, 1600m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
009s0 846s6 237s0 348s0 41125 28934 55217 2s163 22234 11722 890s0 52s24 91419 21936 70s04
Vesper dw (4) 61.5 Michael Jacobs (Sunshine Coast) A Allen (a2) Raeburn dwhn (12) 60.5 B J Smith (Eagle Farm) A Butler (a2) Danagaze tdh (7) 59.5 L J Mayfield-Smith (Eagle Farm) G Goold (a3) Less Is More w (14) 57.5 David Vandyke (Warwick Farm) P Robl Secret Garden w (3) 57 P A Nolan Jnr (Toowoomba) M Cahill Dusty Gold tc (6) 56.5 M J Dunn (Murwillumbah) G Colless Black Cash tdw (13) 56 Ms K Doughty (Gold Coast) D Browne Released tdh (1) 56 J P Caught (Eagle Farm) J Bowman Viking Heart h (5) 55.5 K M Schweida (Eagle Farm) R Mc Mahon Vacallo twh (9) 55 R L Heathcote (Eagle Farm) B Stewart Preacher Boy dw (2) 54.5 R J Milne (Oakey) Ms T Harrison (a1.5) Waterford (15) 54 A W Pike (Cambridge) L Innes Vital Organ cdh (11) 54 L F Birchley (Eagle Farm) L Cassidy Veeten t (10) 54 John Thompson (Gold Coast) C Munce Steep w (8) 54 John Thompson (Gold Coast) R Wiggins
Mittys ROugh hAbit plAte
$125,000, 3yo Group 3 SW, 2100m 1 80042 Honorius (17) 57 David Payne (Rosehill) M Rodd 2 1s526 Hawkspur w (2) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) J Cassidy 3 31121 Usainity d (14) 57 M P Baker (Cambridge (Nz) J Bowman 4 94600 Noogoora Burr twh (4) 57 David Lawlor (Eagle Farm) A Spinks 5 21s15 Mishani Stealth twh (8) 57 L G Ross (Eagle Farm) B Stewart 6 s7768 Rowie (1) 57 Paul Messara (Scone) J Byrne 7 01111 Survived w (11) 57 J G Bary (Hastings) J Riddell 8 00399 Trakstar h (15) 57 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) G Colless 9 78132 Lucky Lucky Lucky d (16) 57 R S Englebrecht (Warwick Farm) L Cassidy 10 6s403 Heater b (3) 57 John Thompson (Gold Coast) C Munce 11 370s3 Excellent Al w (6) 57 L M Treloar (Sunshine Coast) E Wilkinson 12 s5221 New Spur (9) 57 John Thompson (Gold Coast) T Bell 13 44s21 Tonopah (7) 57 C E Ritchie (Warwick Farm) P Robl 14 46532 Stuboy wb (13) 57 B R Guy (Gold Coast) M Cahill EMERGENCIES 15 1420 Smiles For Layla tw (5) 55 John Thompson (Gold Coast) R Wiggins 16 3s751 Prize (12) 57 Marcus Wilson (Gold Coast) Ms T Harrison (a) 17 8s43 Chapkin (10) 57 C & C Alderson (Cranbourne)
lAndfill lOgistiCs ChAiRMAnâ€™s hCp 5.05 $115,000, Quality Group 3, 2100m
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
341s8 30s40 s5253 17s27 s7050 s0532 3s842 94131 5s800
Rothera twh (7) 59 B J Smith (Eagle Farm) Shenzhou Steeds w (5) 58 M D Moroney (Flemington) Quintessential tw (17) 57.5 J G Sargent (Warwick Farm) Zennista w (18) 57 Ms L Latta (Awapuni) Strike The Stars (16) 56.5 A J Cummings (Randwick) Carrick w (19) 56 A W Pike (Cambridge) Topping twh (10) 55.5 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) Margins tdw (11) 55 Ben Currie (Toowoomba) Saint Encosta td (1) 55 John Thompson (Gold Coast)
Eagle Farm Selections Race 1: HALLE ROCkS, MR FAvuLouS, I'M CooL Race 2: VILANOVA, oCTAnE FLyER, HookED Race 3: SHOW AFFECTION, HIDDEn kISSES, PRoDuCT Race 4: WATERFORD, vACALLo, DuSTy GoLD Race 5: SURVIVED, uSAInITy, HonoRIuS Race 6: SYSMO, MARGInS, DoLLy DoLLy Race 7: BUFFERING, RAIn AFFAIR, BETTER THAn READy Race 8: SOOkIE, DREAM'n'IGnITE, SoMEDAy
R Mc Mahon E Wilkinson D Browne J Riddell P Robl L Innes L Cassidy T Bell A Allen (a)
WilsOn Asset MAnAgeMent
13s0s 5s418 s9002 233s1 09635 51094 63113 31221 44656 s2311 18s22 610s9 41s15 s1233 216s7 21936 38564 â€”
Maximus Gladiator w (1) 60.5 D Vandyke (Warwick Farm) Ms J Duggan (a3) Romanus tw (8) 59 J M Austin (Warwick Farm) J Ford Delzera w (13) 57.5 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) B Shinn Diamond Jim whn (3) 57 David Payne (Rosehill) y Ichikawa (a3) Mon Soleil tchn (15) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) n Rawiller Sandrio dw (14) 57 R J Davies (Cessnock) Westchester w (18) 56.5 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) J Parr Trick Shot h (7) 56 C J Waller (Rosehill) T Clark Alâ€™s Gold tcwhn (16) 56 F G Hood (Rosehill) T Lovelock-Wiggins (a2) Index Linked dh (17) 55.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) G Schofield Nat king Cu w (4) 55.5 N J Olive (Canberra) S Guymer (a2) Tamanu Park th (5) 55.5 G A Ryan (Rosehill) A Collett (a2) Waikiki Gold bh (10) 55 G A Ryan (Rosehill) B Avdulla Devonshire Duke b (11) 54.5 M D Moroney (Flemington) Ms k Cross (a3) Taken n (2) 54.5 D A Williams (Goulburn) C Reith Veeten (6) 54 John Thompson (Gold Coast) J Mc Donald Iking b (9) 54 D A Williams (Goulburn) n Berry Cleansing Ale SCRATCHED
fuJitsu AiR lORd MAyORs Cup
$100,000, 3yo & up Quality Listed, 2000m 1 45229 Permit twh (12) 59 C J Waller (Rosehill) 2 3s902 Beaten Up dh (9) 58.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 3 s7770 Vatuvei w (10) 58.5 P G Moody (Caulfield) 4 s0342 Fibrillation twh (6) 58 T R Martin (Rosehill) 5 11s55 Moriarty ch (19) 58 C J Waller (Rosehill) 6 42620 Hoylonny cwh (2) 57.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) 7 s6279 Crafty Irna d (17) 57 R J Quinton (Randwick) 8 37507 Fiumicino twh (5) 56.5 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill) 9 14174 Court Connection dwn (13) 55.5 D A Williams (Goulburn) 10 s7050 Strike The Stars t (15) 55 A J Cummings (Randwick) 11 00040 Maules Creek tdw (4) 54.5 John Thompson (Randwick) 12 6s663 Prince Of Capers w (14) 54 Tony McEvoy (Hawkesbury) 13 5s583 Pirate Bay dw (3) 54 K A Lees (Broadmeadow) 14 5407s Winning Glory twh (1) 54 David Payne (Rosehill) 15 60s07 Peal Of Bells dw (7) 54 Ms G Markwell (Kembla Grange) 16 â€” Sysmo 17 s4119 Zonza d (11) 54 R A James (Randwick) 18 43705 Zedlion tw (16) 54 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) EMERGENCY 19 32464 Count Encosta cw (18) 54 John Thompson (Gold Coast)
One sOlutiOns hAndiCAp
B Avdulla J Parr n Rawiller T Clark Ms k oâ€™Hara J Mc Donald n Berry B Shinn G Schofield C Reith y Ichikawa (a) S Guymer (a) SCRATCHED J Ford
$85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 95, 1350m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
140s0 0315s 102s0 81003 0s2s4 3266s s2602 s9012 486s0 635s6 0s814 1s0s7 9s178 20938 10s87
Pampelonne twh (10) 62.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) y Ichikawa (a3) Thumbtacks twh (5) 60.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) A Collett (a2) Macknuckle tw (12) 60 K R Dryden (Canberra) T Lovelock-Wiggins (a2) Fazzle w (3) 57 Ms M Murdoch (Pukekohe (Nz) J Ford Balavan twh (6) 56 C J Waller (Rosehill) n Rawiller Coup Ay Tee tcwh (8) 55 C J Waller (Rosehill) B Avdulla Under The Sun t (4) 55 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) B Shinn War Ends d (15) 55 A J Edmonds (Gold Coast) J Parr Renewed Vitality cw (13) 54.5 John Thompson (Flemington) C Reith Destinyâ€™s kiss wn (11) 54 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) J Mc Donald Snitsky wbh (1) 54 G A Ryan (Rosehill) G Schofield Eucumbene tw (7) 54 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) Ms k oâ€™Hara Altered Boy twh (9) 54 C J Waller (Rosehill) T Clark Southern Skye (14) 54 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) S Guymer (a2) Hidden Warrior (2) 53.5 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) n Berry
$85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 85, 1200m 1 â€” The Jackal SCRATCHED 2 587s0 Stratana cd (6) 60.5 J G Sargent (Warwick Farm) S Guymer (a2) 3 54148 Earnest Ernest dw (7) 58 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) G Schofield 4 784s6 Falzzon tdw (1) 57.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) 5 8321s Big Bonanza cdw (12) 57 D C Robb (Wyong) Ms J Duggan (a3) 6 1158s Brianâ€™s Honour dwh (13) 57 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill) Ms k oâ€™Hara 7 6s07s Combat kitty (21) 57 Matthew Smith (Warwick Farm) A Collett (a2) 8 1467s key West tcdwh (9) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) n Rawiller 9 1333s Infinite Energy dwb (5) 56.5 P G Moody (Caulfield) J Parr 10 â€” Vilakazi Street SCRATCHED 11 3s43s Happy Hussy td (3) 56 D Vandyke (Warwick Farm) C Reith 12 57950 kirinata cdw (14) 56 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) J Ford 13 2318s Carmine king cd (18) 55.5 J A Oâ€™Shea (Randwick) J Mc Donald 14 1293s Disciple wh (11) 55.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) B Avdulla 15 96811 Eminent Domain dw (8) 55.5 D A Williams (Goulburn) T Clark 16 8525s Turf Hero dw (10) 55.5 Ms G Markwell (Kembla Grange) T Lovelock-Wiggins (a2) 17 736s3 Forarainyday w (4) 55 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) B Shinn 18 s333s Zauberflote d (17) 54 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) n Berry EMERGENCIES 19 3811s Skip Town cdwhn (20) 54.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) y Ichikawa (a3) 20 2280s Rumour And Scandal d (2) 54 John Thompson (Randwick) 21 33156 War Charm td (19) 54 D A Williams (Goulburn) C Reith
Rosehill Selections Race 5: NAT kING CU, WAIkIkI GoLD, WESTCHESTER Race 6: STRIkE THE STARS, BEATEn uP, MoRIARTy Race 7: SNITSkY, unDER THE Sun, FAzzLE Race 8: FORARAINYDAY, EMInEnT DoMAIn, WAR CHARM