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EWING, Stuart – In loving memory of Brother Stuart Ewing. Jesus answered... Ye must be born again. (John 3:7). Jesus said unto him, I am the way the truth and the life, no man cometh unto the Father but by me. (John 14:6). For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13) We will keep sharing these beloved verses, some of his favourites, until we see our Brother again in heaven! From your church family at Victory Baptist Church

HALL, Michael Francis – Tragically on November 6, 2012, aged 21 years. Dearly loved son and best mate of Alastair Hall (Geraldine), and son of Susan (Haast), Loved father of William and Aaliyah, Loved brother of Lisa and Brad, Melanie, and Courtney, and uncle to Michaela, loved grandson of Frank and the late Betty Hall. A service for Michael is to be held at the Church of Immaculate Conception, Peel Street Geraldine, on WEDNESDAY, November 14, at 1.30pm and thereafter to the Geraldine Cemetery. Messages to: 24 Flatman Crescent, Geraldine. Geraldine Funeral Services FDANZ

PENNEY, Ralph Andrew Noel – On November 6, 2012, at Ashburton (peacefully). Devoted cherished and loved husband of Molly for 58 years. Much loved and loving father and father in law of the late Phillip, Judith (Timaru), Barbara and Stephen (Wellington), Brian and Meagen (Christchurch), Mike and Jane (Auckland), and a special grandad to Kimberley and Matthew, Toni, and Dean; Simon and Stephanie; Melissa and Vince, Laura and John, Libby; and Zachary, and great grandfather of Keanu, and Bella. Messages to the Penney Family, C/- P O Box 472, Ashburton 7740. No flowers by request but donations to the Ashburton Branch of St John would be appreciated and may be left at the service. A service to celebrate Ralph’s life will be held at St David’s Union Church, Allens Road, Ashburton on MONDAY, November 12, commencing at 11.00am. Followed by private interment. Paterson’s Funeral Services FDANZ Ashburton PENNEY, Ralph Andrew Noel – Dearly loved son of the late James and Letitia Penney and loved brother and brother-in-law of the late Jim, Ruby and the late Roy Ferriman, Mary and Harold Conway (Rangiora), and loved uncle of all their families.

STILLS, Brian – On November 7, 2012 at Coldstream House, after a long courageous battle. Surrounded by his loving family. Aged 74 years. Dearly loved father and father in law of Regan and Mary, and Bridget and Jason, and much loved friend of Kath. Treasured granddad of Kambell; Milla, and Adam. Loved brother of Eunice, and Ernie (deceased) and Jennifer. A special thank you to the staff of Coldstream House for their loving care of Brian and their support to his family. Messages to Stills Family, C/64 Nelson Street, Ashburton. At Brian’s request a private cremation has been held. A gathering for family and friends will be held on FRIDAY, November 16, at the Tinwald Golf Club, Frasers Road, Tinwald from 2pm – 4 pm. Paterson’s Funeral Service FDANZ Ashburton

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Ferns outshine the Diamonds New Zealand’s first foray into Fast5 netted mixed results, with the Fast Ferns picking up a draw and win in their opening two matches, but wowed the crowd with their array of tricks. A 31-23 win over Australia in last night’s final game, went some way in making up for a slow start to the evening, in which they drew with Jamaica. The 38-all draw wasn’t the only shock result from the opening

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night’s action at Vector Arena, with Australia slumping to a 33-15 loss to Malawi in their second match. World champions in the long form of the game, Australia have struggled with Fast5 format with the new rules rewarding high-risk play, which is at odds with the Diamonds’ preference for structure. Australia fell to England 29-27 in their opener, before they were upstaged by a dazzling long-range

shooting display from the Malawi Queens, led by star shooter Mwai Kumwenda, who was sporting a rockstar hairstyle to match. One of the great entertainers in world netball, Malawi delighted the crowd with exuberant celebrations following their impressive win. The African side looked set to go to the top of the leaderboard after the first day, with the Queens in control of their second match against Jamaica, holding a five-

point advantage with 30 seconds to go. But poor option-taking from Malawi at the death gave Jamaica one last roll of the dice and the Sunshine Girls came up trumps, with Jhanielle Fowler landing a “super shot”, which was worth six points in their powerplay quarter. New Zealand shooter Maria Tutaia said the newly revamped rules, which features three different scoring zones, means that upset results will be a feature of the tournament.

Offenders have Ashburton connections Police say two high-risk offenders who absconded from a residential facility this week have connections in Ashburton. Police are calling for information or sightings of the two men, Ivan Andrew Campbell, aged 46, and Jaydon Galland, aged 18, who absconded from the Salisbury Foundation early on Wednesday morning. Detective senior sergeant Tony Hill said overnight on Thursday that two sightings of the men were reported to police. “We are actively following up these sightings, which were in different locations in and around the greater Christchurch area,” he says. “We know the men have

connections in the city as well as in Ashburton and the West Coast. “We are keeping all options open as to their possible location or movements at this stage.” Campbell has multiple convictions for sexual and other offences and is currently on parole after an 11-year prison term. Police say that both are deemed as high-risk offenders, and although there is no indication of any specific threat to any individuals, they should definitely not be approached by the public. Campbell is described as a Caucasian, 177cm (approx 5ft 10in) tall, and of medium-thin build. He has extensive tattoos

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Flight delays ‘frustrated’ USAR workers By Kurt Bayer Chaotic scenes on the tarmac of a Royal New Zealand Air Force base meant critical search and rescue experts and specialist equipment were delayed arriving in Christchurch after the February 22 earthquake, an inquest heard yesterday. Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) staff arrived just one hour before a RNZAFseconded aircraft was due to fly emergency gear from Whenuapai air base in Auckland to the disaster zone. An air force worker, who oversaw the packing of the non-military Boeing 757 plane, told a coroner’s inquest that USAR staff were unable to give exact

details of who was travelling and provide their identification, which was required under international aircraft law. The flight was delayed for four-and-a-half hours, causing “frustration” and anger by the flight’s 60 USAR workers, desperate to join the rescue efforts. It did not leave Auckland until 10.30pm on February 22. One USAR worker even avoided security to run onto the runway and get onto the aircraft to join colleagues. He was found and thrown off the plane, resulting in further delays with repeated head counts. Flight Lieutenant Kylie Upton said it was a serious security breach with serious safety implications.

Ryder rides high By Daniel Richardson Jesse Ryder’s cricketing renaissance continued last night in Wellington as he guided the Firebirds to a six-wicket win over Canterbury in their opening HRV Cup game. Playing under lights at Westpac Stadium to keep the television broadcasters happy, Wellington made light work of Canterbury’s total of

147-6. Ryder blazed 90 not out from 57 deliveries, with a mixture of power hitting and a few deft touches along the way. Wellington also found out that having a guy who can bowl genuinely fast is a valuable commodity on the cricket field, and Shaun Tait’s express pace was too hot to handle at times for most of the Canterbury batsmen. - APNZ

It was not reported because it would have then caused even more delays, she said. USAR deny the incident ever occurred. Flight Lieutenant Upton was speaking on the 10th day of a coroner’s inquest into the deaths of Dr Tamara Cvetanova of Serbia, Cheng Mai of China, Japan’s Rika Hyuga and Jessie Redouble, Emmabelle Anoba, Ezra Medalle, Reah Sumalpong and Mary Amantillo, all from the Philippines. All were students at King’s Education School for English Language on the CTV Building’s third floor and survived the collapse but could not be rescued from the wreckage. Flight Lieutenant Upton said it was critical for the

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RNZAF to know who it was carrying and what was on board. She also said the planes needed to be weighted and balanced correctly before taking to the skies. As the delays dragged on, Auckland USAR leader Murray Binning admitted becoming “very angry” and frustrated, especially when he was told that not all of his 15 tonnes of equipment could be transported. He told the inquest that New Zealand Defence Force officials had earlier told him there would be “no problems” with getting his kit down south. The inquest, before Coroner Gordon Matenga, will resume on December 3.  - APNZ

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Ashburton housing Phar Lap shoes return to NZ prices booming By Sue Newman

Median Residential Sale Price $300,000 $290,000 $280,000 $270,000 $260,000 $250,000 $240,000 $230,000 $220,000 $210,000 $200,000 $190,000 $180,000 $170,000 $160,000 $150,000 $140,000

a house in the district (23 in September and 25 this month), has been the shortest since the 2007 property boom. Mr Niles believes the impact of the earthquake-disrupted Christchurch market is now having minimal impact on Ashburton’s property market. “Certainly we’ve had some Christchurch buyers but they’re usually people with a connection in Mid Canterbury. It’s low interest rates that are having the big impact so we’re seeing a lot of first-home buyers and investors.” While there was demand across the board, he said the strongest selling sector was still for properties priced up to $300,000. “We’re now seeing marketing without a price again with deadline sales and auctions and

before winning. They would have been prepared to “go a bit higher if we had to” to make sure the shoes returned to New Zealand, said Mr Lindsay. “We’re so lucky that we can afford to do it. “More importantly that other people in New Zealand can enjoy it.” The shoes are contained in a box with the message “Memo from Dick Davis”, the horse’s owner, taped inside the lid. Another item in the auction, a Phar Lap photograph album from the Davis family which includes 36 black and white photographs of the finishes of all of Phar Lap’s race wins in Australia, was valued at $125,400-163,100. It didn’t sell at auction but there had been quite a lot of interest in it since, said auctioneer Leonard Joel. Kiwi-bred Phar Lap was bought by American businessman Dick Davis and trained by Sydney man Harry Telford. Phar Lap was foaled in New Zealand but trained and raced in Australia. He won the Melbourne Cup in 1930, one of 36 wins in Australia before he died unexpectedly in the US in 1932. The horse’s hide is displayed at the Melbourne Museum and his heart at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra.  - APNZ

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Ashburton has clawed its way to the top tier of the property market with record growth in the average price of homes sold in the district. Over the past year, the average sale price has increased by 11.9 per cent, hitting $288,500, giving the district a second place ranking in terms of property value growth. And while the market is not yet seeing the bidding wars that marked its peak in 2007, many properties were now attracting multiple offers, said McGregor’s owner Trevor Hurley. “We’re seeing many situations now where sales are achieving prices that are well above sellers’ expectations. At the extreme they’re achieving $10,000 to $55,000 more with the average up to $20,000,” he said. Buyer demand was seeing many sellers opting for set sales rather than fixed price marketing to allow the market to set the price, he said. During October the number of properties changing hands was not great at 40, and that was indicative of a market marked by a shortage of listings, Mr Hurley said. “Demand is now exceeding supply across all price ranges and we’re also seeing more confidence in the building sector so that will eventually flow on with listings.” The market was the strongest it had been for a long time and it was good to see that return of confidence, he said. A lack of listings and low interest rates were the two key factors in pushing up sales prices, said Hastings McLeod consultant Hamish Niles. Those factors were also responsible for the short median selling time of 25 days, compared to 54 in October last year, he said. Over the past two months, the number of days taken to sell

An Auckland couple are delighted to have reclaimed a piece of Kiwi racing history back from the Aussies for good. Brendan and Jo Lindsay this week returned from Australia with a set of shoes belonging to champion racehorse Phar Lap after outbidding an Australian at an auction in Melbourne. The horse enthusiasts, who breed and race horses, paid $32,000, plus buyer’s premium of 20 per cent for the four aluminium plates - far surpassing the shoes’ pre-sale estimate of $18,800-$25,000. The value of having them back in the country far outweighed the cost, said Mr Lindsay, who is director of plastic storage container company Sistema. “The reason why I brought them was I wanted to make sure the shoes came back to New Zealand so all New Zealanders can enjoy them,” said Mr Lindsay who said he planned to give the shoes to Te Papa in Wellington to display alongside Phar Lap’s skeleton. When the horse isn’t on display, the shoes will be kept at home in Karaka. Going into the auction, the couple decided they wouldn’t be coming home without the shoes, but faced some “fierce competition” from an Australian bidder

that’s allowing the market to set the price.” While the market was strong, Mr Niles said it was too early to say it was on a big upward surge. “But in saying that, I can’t see it going back at all, there’s enough confidence out there to keep this moving.” The average sales price for October was also well up on September, by 6.7 per cent. During October $12 million worth of houses changed hands. Quotable Value New Zealand shows Selwyn as the district with the strongest growth rate for the year to October 31 at 12 per cent, marginally ahead of Ashburton, Auckland is in third place at 9.2 per cent, Timaru followed at 6.9 per cent and Christchurch was next on 5.9 per cent.

Bedroll found in search for tramper Chunks of a bedroll that may have belonged to the Christchurch tramper missing for more than two weeks have been found in dense bush on the West Coast. Rex Leslie Taylor, 50, has not been seen since October 16. West Coast search and rescue crews have been scouring the bush, river and beach in the Totara Valley area, near Mikonui River, since Tuesday, when his family reported him missing. The Mikonui catchment adjoins the Totara. Search and rescue co-ordinator Sergeant Sean Judd said that 21 fresh searchers were sent into the hills yesterday.

The alpine cliff rescue team, a fresh dog team from Christchurch along with two search and rescue teams from Westport and South Westland and one from Hokitika were deployed. Mr Judd said ground searchers found pieces of a bedroll that may have been chipped off in the thick bush, as well as pieces of rubber that experienced hunters used to light fires. However, they could not say for sure whether the items belonged to Mr Taylor. “We have a list of scenarios. He may have slipped down a steep cliff, it could be medical or he may have been swept away in a river.”  - APNZ


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The gift of giving David Favel (right) from Ashburton’s Regent 3 had a major collection of cans on his hands on Wednesday night after punters paid their way using a tin of food. The Watties’ Cans Film Festival saw people around the country swap a can of food for a movie ticket, in an annual initiative aimed at helping those in need. In Ashburton a can of food got moviegoers into Ice Age 4 – Continental Drift. Wattie’s will match the number of cans donated around the country with one of its own cans, and all cans will go to The Salvation Army’s Christmas appeal. Photo Kirsty Graham 071112-KG-035

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Humble and commonplace, blankets have played a central role in our daily lives since the first contact between Maori and Pakeha. In Home, blankets provide the backdrop to the story of two Scottish immigrants to New Zealand, Maggie and Johnnie, who meet and marry just before WWI, and the difficulties they endure when Johnnie goes away to the Front.

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Brett Hallam Holland - Acoustic Guitar concert Ashburton born guitarist Brett Hallam Holland will treat his hometown to an evening of acoustic Guitar music. He tours and performs as a solo fingerstyle guitarist and is currently showcasing his singer/songwriter material from his CD “The Zone” and “ Point Of View” which were recorded in Nashville.

A man and a woman are dead after a violent incident in south Auckland yesterday. Police were called to a house in Manurewa about 11.30am where they found a woman with stab wounds. She was taken to Middlemore Hospital in a critical condition but died during surgery this afternoon. Police believed the stabbing was linked to the death of a man who was found near a rail bridge a short distance away from the house in Great South Road. “He is believed to have been involved in the incident. The male was dead on police arrival and both police and ambulance staff attempted to revive the male without success,” Detective Inspector Jim Gallagher said.  - APNZ

ECan eyes farmers without water meters By Linda Clarke Hundreds of farmers in Mid Canterbury can expect visit from Environment Canterbury officers in the next few weeks asking why they have no water meters. Water-users and irrigators with takes of 20 litres per second were required to have meters by today, but some have done nothing about it. They risk an abatement notice forcing them to stop pumping. At October 31, just over half (55 per cent) of the 5881 water-take points needing water measuring and recording devices were on record has having meters. Another 33 per cent, (representing 1962 points) had signed up for meters. Extension services manager Judith Earl-Goulet said ECan would treat the signed-up group as compliant while they waited for the irrigation service industry to fit their meters. “That only leaves 12 per cent, to the best of our knowledge, who have done nothing.” The 12 per cent relates to 685 points of take and these consent-holders have been contacted three times by letter and targeted by advertising campaigns. ECan officers will next week notify the offenders throughout Canterbury they are in breach of the water meter regula-

tions and warn they can expect a compliance visit. The visit is cost-recoverable, so will cost consent-holders at least $132. It was not too late to register with a meter supplier, and avoid a visit, Ms Earl-Goulet said. Those on the waiting list for groundwater meters can expect action by the end of June. Meters for more complicated surface water takes might take longer. The regional authority has been required by National Regulations to ensure water-takes are metered but the information ECan collects from the meters will also help it analyse water use in the region. Ms Earl-Goulet said ECan preferred to educate rather than prosecute, but could issue abatement notices if necessary. “We will be prioritising compliance approach with this third group after November 10, starting with a letter informing of an upcoming compliance visit to establish water measurement status, discuss options, and encourage them to register with industry to get a system installed. If people fail to act within two weeks of our visit then it is likely they will receive an abatement notice (a further cost of around $750) which means they will be unlikely to use the water from their take.”

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IN FLAGRANTE In Flagrante, meaning ‘Caught in the Act’, is a modern, sassy and beautifully deviant take on today’s burlesque revival. Six exquisite dancers ‘caught in the act’ with a fetish for leather, nudity in public and a wild equestrian spirit. In Flagrante is 11 short pieces set to the music of quirky Austrian cabaret group Waldeck’s ‘Ballroom Stories’. Fri, 30 Nov, 8pm Tickets: Adults $35, Concession $32, Students $30 (plus fees).

Master Hypnotist “Brian Gee” Stage Show - Hilarious family entertainment; perfect for Christmas functions, recommended 16+. A fundraiser for Childs Play Preschool Tinwald. Sat, 1 Dec, 7.30pm Tickets: Adults $27 (incl fee)

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This will be for a class of 6 so get in quick. Classes are $80 this includes all your baking, icings, beautiful natural flavourings that will tantalise the taste buds, classic, fruity, Xmas flavours. I also have tins which I have three colours to choose from. I also have lovely boxes if you prefer, also for a little break we have some lovely Xmas drink ideas to serve at Xmas. So lots of Xmas cheer going on and come and learn the art of macaroon baking and discover and deliver is the idea. I am sure all of your friends and work colleagues would enjoy receiving Xmas macaroons.

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Budget with attitude When your budget is tight, when what you’ve got is all there is and there’s no backup if you run out of cash, what do you do? Ask any budget advisor and they’ll tell you that planning what you spend and spending what you plan is the way to keep the short-of-cash wolf from the door. Retirement spending surveys all tell the same story – the pension is just enough to survive on; it’s not enough for a lifestyle. The pension - $348 in the hand if you have no other income – is enough to pay the basic bills. Just $200 a week extra would make all the difference. Finding that $200 a week, however, means either a job that yields about $300 before tax or a tidy sum invested – at least $275,000. If that’s earning 4.5 per cent interest and you pay tax at the rate of 17.5 per cent, you’ll be left with just over $10,000 in extra cash each year. Sounds simple, but if you’ve been a freewheeling, free spending baby boomer all your life, looking at stashing that amount away before you sign off from work is a big call. So what do you do? You start cutting costs – today, before you retire so that when the crunch comes you’ll know what to do. Ask budget advisor Carol Brown. She’s one of a team of people who are often the last port of call for people who find they’re drowning under a mountain of debt. And that’s the problem, Carol said, people don’t ask for help until their finances are in crisis. Ask sooner, plan sooner and while the problem mightn’t go away, it will become a lot more manageable. Her team at Ashburton Budget

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Advisory Services works with people who need help to sort their finances out. The outcome usually depends on how soon people seek help. Put your hand up when the first cracks start to show and your chances of getting back on the financial straight and narrow are much, much greater, Carol said. “People need to seriously look at what they’re spending, be absolutely honest about where their money is going. It’s the little bits and pieces you spend that make the difference.” For anyone, not just people with a limited income, making a budget is the only way to track your spending. Aside from rent or mortgage payments all spending could be shaped to fit the cash available, but making a budget work was as much about attitude as it was about the size of the budget, Carol said. “Instead of looking at what you can’t do, look at the things you can do and there are plenty of things you can do to help your budget, such as growing your own vegetables, buying specials, perhaps sharing bulk purchases and

cutting down on needless spending.” She recommends putting money aside every week for set expenses such as power, vehicle registration and phone so you’re not tempted to see that money in your bank account and spend it on something else. And she recommends using a couple of jars to save for extras like the odd cup of coffee out. To ensure there’s enough money left for essentials, Carol suggests people have set amounts diverted at the bank into specific accounts. Forget about credit cards, they’re the killer for anyone on a limited budget, she said. “That’s one of the things that has stood out in this series, none of the people mention credit card debt and that’s great.” If you can afford it before you retire, take a long, hard look at household appliances and house maintenance needs. Replace what needs replacing, do outstanding work and set yourself up in a good position for retirement, Carol said. “If you’re looking at living on a limited budget, come and see us in advance.”

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• Maslin to compete An Ashburton volunteer firefighter is on his way to take on the world’s best. Warren Maslin is on his way to America to compete at the World Firefighter Combat Challenge at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The competition gets under way on Monday and runs through until Saturday. It’s Mr Maslin’s first tilt at the world championship. He was due to compete two years ago but had to pull out at the last minute due to health reasons.

• No Kyoto deal for NZ New Zealand will not sign up for fresh commitments under the Kyoto Protocol, Climate Change Minister Tim Groser announced yesterday. The climate change treaty’s first commitment period expires at the end of the year and New Zealand expects to slightly exceed its target. But it is joining Japan, Canada and Russia - and parting company with Europe and Australia - in pulling out of the Kyoto system going forward. Groser said Kyoto would now cover only about 15 per cent of global emissions. It was better to contribute to efforts under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to reach a deal that would better tackle the problem.


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Sparrows marks milestone By Sue Newman With a line-up of 13 children there was never any doubt that William John Sparrow would have an heir to carry on the business his father William Sparrow had founded in 1887. What he could never have counted on, however, was that when the business’ 125th anniversary rolled around, one of those heirs, his 10th child Cip, would, at 90, still be working in that business. Scotsman William Sparrow arrived in New Zealand in 1877 and started work for the company that became Hallensteins, the New Zealand Clothing Company. After 10 years he decided to set up in business on his own account and in 1887, the foundations were laid for the family business that this year celebrates its 125th birthday. William John followed his father into the business. He proved not only to be a successful businessman, but also a man who was highly successful at raising a family, with 13 children born between 1914 and 1928. Cip was the 10th of those, born in 1922. Of his five sons, four opted to follow their dad into the family business; Cip stayed the distance and more. He started at the shop in 1938 as a 16-year-old, earning seven shillings and sixpence a week. In 1939 enlisted as a soldier and then an airforceman during World War Two and post war, his father decided the time had come for him to retire and for the next generation to take over the business. When the third generation of Sparrow boys joined the firm, formality was the order of the day. “”Dad always insisted we wear a suit, tie and hat to work and I’ve worn a tie every day ever since because I became so used to wearing one,” Cip said. Customers were always ‘sir’ or ‘madam’ and the young staff members always ran to get a chair for ladies to sit on while they were being shown items of clothing. In those days, shopping was all about service, he said. “There was no self service. No one helped themselves, we brought the stuff out and showed them; we considered we gave great service.” Young staff members also doubled as delivery boys, taking parcels of clothing to customers’ homes for them to try on. Of course fashions have changed dramatically over the years, but

the biggest change has come in fabric, Cip said. “Back then men wore woollen underwear, thick, heavy underwear. Materials have been a big improvement and in hosiery it’s been nylon that’s made the difference. Before, women were always darning woollen socks. And trouser bottoms, well they’ve gone out come back in, gone out and come in again.” He puts the longevity of the business down to its willingness to change as customer needs changed and its willingness to expand into new fields. Originally the business was just menswear. Women’s shoes were stocked for a time while his sisters were involved, but women’s clothing did not become part of Sparrow’s stock in trade until quite recently. “I guess we’ve stuck at this and we’ve put a lot of time into it.” Cip was joined by his son Euan and several years later, the company spread its wings into manufacturing. Phaups hosiery had been their supplier but when its owner wanted to stop work, Cip and Euan decided to buy his machines. “Then when Mosgiel went into receivership, the next thing we had 60 machines on our hands and half of them wouldn’t go.” With hard work, endurance and a bit of luck they set up a fledgling sock manufacturing business, laying the foundation for today’s international trader the New Zealand Sock Company. The success of that business still amazes Cip. “We didn’t expect to get so big in such a short space of time. We started out to make our own socks and now we’re one of the biggest sock manufacturers in the Southern Hemisphere. I look back and think we were pretty game doing this.” Today, there are no Sparrows behind the counter in the East Street store, although Euan’s office is there. The fifth generation is heavily involved in the sock industry, but Cip’s optimistic they might pick up the retail shop’s reins in the future. Today he works about two hours a day at the sock factory, but he’s happy to turn up to work whenever he’s needed and do whatever needs doing. “It’s good I can please myself now. I didn’t want to go out and do hard manual work at my age. I suppose there’ll be a time when I am looking to retire.”

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Warning signs in teacher abuse case Northland teacher James Parker was able to continue his offending against young boys for so long partly because of his close relationship with the principal and his authority as deputy principal and kapa haka leader, a report has found. Parker, the former deputy principal of Pamapuria School, 10km south of Kaitaia, is awaiting sentence on 49 sexual abuse charges. He was due to be sentenced on November 15 but that is likely to be delayed due to fresh complaints since his crimes became public. An independent report, released yesterday, aimed to find out why the school failed to keep its children safe and what could be done to prevent other cases in future. It is separate from the ongoing police investigation. It found warning flags had been raised several times since Parker started teach-

ing at Oturu School in 1998, including about his habit of showering with boys staying at his home or sharing a bed with them “marae-style” . There was no evidence offences had occurred at school. Sometimes unusual behaviour was accepted because Parker had an adult girlfriend so people assumed he was safe with young boys. Others thought he wasn’t a risk because children stayed overnight with their parents’ permission. Parker’s closeness to some families in the area and his mana as kapa haka leader made it hard for people to suspect or accuse him. Others felt their concerns would not be acted on because he was close to principal Stephen Hovell. Prior to 2012 the closest Parker came to prosecution was in 2009 when a boy told his sister about the abuse. She told her mother, who in turn went to police. Two other boys were named as victims.  - APNZ

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Late flush for rhodo reserve “It’s been a slow spring in the country,” he said. The reserve is located on Ashburton District Council reserve land at McLennan’s Bush. The committee formed in 1970 and began planting rhododendrons to enhance the spot, set amongst native forest. Mr Goodwin said the reserve remained as popular as ever as a picnic location for Mid Canterbury residents and passing tourists. It was also a popular target for vandals and thieves from time to time. Thieves targeted newly-planted rhododendrons and, just two months ago, the reserve had grass ripped up

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Martin Luther King said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter”. As a Christian, the Marriage Amendment Bill is not an “anti-gay” or homophobic issue that some social media have liked to sling around. This is about the very nature and design of marriage. Rasik Ranchord, Spokesperson on Public Issues for NLCI, wrote (September 2012): “In a media release on August 29th 2012, seventy church leaders, including numerous national heads of major church denominations both Catholic and Protestant, spoke up in a joint personal statement on the day of the first reading of the Marriage Amendment Bill, which would allow same-sex couples to marry. “We have made this joint statement”, said Rev Dr Richard Waugh, “because members of Parliament need to be in no doubt what mainstream Christian views are on this matter.” Joint church leaders’ statement: “This issue is not about equality but about the nature of marriage. All human beings are equal in the sight of both God and society, but not all relationships are the same. Marriage has uniquely been about the union of male and female. The State should not presume to re-engineer a basic human institution. The complementary role of male and female is basic to the very character of marriage, along with having and raising children. Same-sex relationships are intrinsically different, so can never be regarded as true marriage. “Parliament needs to take seriously that, for a very significant proportion of the New Zealand public, marriage is more than just a legal agreement or social contract, but has a sacred character to it, and that many people – Christian and otherwise – feel very strongly that the nature of marriage should not be interfered with. “In 2004, the public was assured by the Prime Minister and other MPs that marriage would be respected as the union of a man and a woman, and that Civil Unions were a good and acceptable alternative, offering equivalent legal protections to marriage itself. It is now time for Members of Parliament to recall and honour those assurances.” The submission deadline was yesterday and for those of you who have written in, I commend you. It’s important to have your say and express to your government whether you are happy about the choices they are making for you and for the future of New Zealand. And above all else, continue to pray for marriage and for marriages because we can improve the quality of marriages but we don’t need to redefine it. Lisa Anderson is a Senior Leader at the New Life Church in Ashburton


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Feedback piles up on LWP

Environment Canterbury has received 354 submissions on the proposed Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan. The plan provides a framework to deliver the community’s aspirations for water management in Canterbury, as set out in the Canterbury Water Management Strategy. This strategy addresses, for the first time, water issues from various sources in both urban and rural areas. The land and water plan is a new planning framework for Canterbury, replacing most of the Natural Resources Regional Plan (NRRP). It addresses six key issues: Competing demands for water in Canterbury, the need for integrated and consistent management of water and land uses, issues arising from interconnected water and land resources, soil conservation, gravel resources and biodiversity, natural hazards and managing new and existing activities. Submissions closed on Monday and there is now an opportunity for further submissions to be made on the 354 submissions already lodged. These must be made by November 14. Submissions will be heard by appointed independent commissioners, with the less controversial heard in stage one. Preliminary legal issues will be heard from December 11–14 and sections other than those including farming provisions and sub-regional sections of the plan from February 4–March 22. Farming provision hearings have been set down for April 2–May 3 and sub-regional sections from May 13-31. There will also be time for the regional council reply in June. A report from the commissioners is likely in September. For more information and the latest version of the proposed Land and Water Regional Plan, go to www.ecan.govt.nz/lwrp. For more information on the planning process generally, go to www.ecan.govt.nz/our-responsibilities/regional-plans/Pages/planning-process.aspx

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An international team of mine safety experts says the bodies of the 29 Pike River miners can be recovered. A proposal to enter the collapsed mine and recover the victims has been presented to new West Coast mine owners Solid Energy, Mines Rescue and the Government. The plans outline exactly how to go underground and safely reach the men, which the grieving families have been fighting for since the November 2010 tragedy. “My experts are very confident,” said Bernie Monk, spokesman for most of the 29 families, whose son Michael died in the tragedy. “The plans include how to get down the drift, how to get the miners out of the mine, and all of the costings.”  - APNZ

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Leallen and John Glendining check out some of the work on display at an exhibition of Ashburton College art students’ work on Tuesday night. The Year 13 Art and Photography Exhibition at the Ashburton Domain pavilion, opposite the school, was a chance for students’ parents, friends and teachers to see the stunning work the school’s year 13 arts students had produced during the year, before it was sent to Wellington for assessment.

Couple rescued Hubbard case delayed by cargo ship An Auckland woman and her British-born partner endured three days of hell as they were tossed about inside their stricken yacht in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Speaking from the cargo ship which rescued the pair early yesterday, Tania Davies said she and Steve Jones were like a couple of “little balls being tossed around a room”. “The banging, the crashing, the whipping, the crunching, the sloshing. Just the sounds vibrate through every part of your body,” she said. All they were left with, when it was all over, were head injuries and two small bags of belongings. Their 11.6-metre yacht Windigo their home for a year - and everything in it was left to sink into the sea. Heading from Tonga to Auckland on a homecoming voyage, the couple had perfect conditions for the first three days and were “sailing like a dream”, said Ms Davies, 43. Then, halfway between Tonga and Fiji, they struck bad weather.  - APNZ

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More than money matters By Sue Newman Ashburton man Jack Ross might have spent his working life in the world of finance, but that didn’t stop him taking a keen interest in the funny, outrageous and sometimes heartbreaking twists and turns of life. Mr Ross started his second career as an Ashburton Guardian columnist, initially for a 12-week period, and initially that column was to be about money. Appropriately it was called Money Matters and the information and advice he offered was based on his experience as a practising sharebroker. The people of Ashburton, however, realised that Mr Ross had greater

value than as a financial columnist alone, as his wit and quirky observations on life began to creep into his financial columns. He broadened his subject matter, his contract was extended and the money column quickly morphed into Money and Other Matters. During the nine years he wrote for the Guardian, he clipped and filed each column, all 581 of them and he’s now grateful he did. Ever a man to look for challenges and projects, the now retired Mr Ross decided he might have the makings of a small book in his bottom drawer. He dragged out the pile of clippings and carefully read each one again. “It’s certainly been interesting for me to re-read some of the articles (and

rubbish) that’s resulted from my putting pen to paper,” he said. It was time consuming, but at the end of countless of hours of selection and re-selection, he ended up with about 45 columns he thought could form a small book that would provide light bed time reading. “And because every one of those columns was handwritten, I’ve had to type them all out again.” With the finished book in his hands, Mr Ross said he was still a little anxious about how it would be received, but hoped it would strike a chord with people who enjoyed a brief read of something that could provide a little light, pre-sleep entertainment. “It’s good for all of us to have a think in a relaxed way.”

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Columnist Jack Ross with his recently published book, A Final Read Before Lights Out, a collection of columns written for the Ashburton Guardian between 1986 and 1998.

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Year 11 students shine at the top By Myles Hume Ashburton College pupils were given a brief insight into who may be leading their school come 2014. Although it is still early days, the signs are looking good for Adam Tupper, 16, and Sala Touli, 15, who were the two top award winners at the Year 11 prizegiving yesterday afternoon. Adam, who was presented the top scholar award, was hoping this award would only be a stepping stone towards becoming the dux of Ashburton College one day, and he was adamant his driven demeanor would carry through until then. “This really means a lot to me and it’s really good to know that I’m going well.” He could have the makings for head boy, living a balanced life that’s spread across school – mainly digital technology and science – and competitive swimming. “I spend a lot of my time swimming and I just fit school in between,” Adam said. “They are both pretty equal to me but I would have to say school just comes first.” Sala claimed the citizenship award, a decision that was rigorously exercised by school staff who narrowed a group of 16 down to four. In an interview, Sala was quizzed about what it meant to

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Ashburton College pupils Sala Touli, 15,(left) and Adam Tupper, 16, were awarded the top prizes at their Year 11 prizegiving yesterday afternoon. be a citizen and asked how her role impacted on the school. “I told them it was about getting involved and doing something in the school and community.” Unaware of her true con-

tribution to the college, Sala only realised when she spoke to the Guardian yesterday just how much work she put in after hours of volleyball, culture dance, coaching, and other sports.

“I didn’t really notice I was so busy, it was just when I was asked that I thought ‘I really did give up a lot of my time’,” Sala said. Both are staying on for Year 12 at Ashburton College 2013.

Kiwi Dan loves his tattoo

It took 16 painful hours for New Zealand to be stretched across Daniel McKechnie’s back. But the 26-year -old Wanganui plumber has not regretted his tattoo for a moment, and now it’s earned him a place in the final of a search for the “Kiwiest of all Kiwis”. The competition being run by Tasti Products, a New Zealand company which is celebrating its 80th year in business, called for people to submit photographs that showed why they were New Zealand’s “Kiwiest Kiwi”. Those images were displayed on the company’s Facebook page, where the picture of Mr McKechnie’s tattoo proved to be the most popular entry, generating 587 votes and becoming one of 10 competition finalists. The winner, judged by Rachel Hunter and Tasti’s Simon Hall, is due to be announced on Monday. Mr McKechnie’s wife gave him the voucher he used to get the tattoo as a Christmas present last year. He will take her on the winner’s trip to meet a real kiwi bird if he wins.  - APNZ

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Ashburton College Year 11 prize list for 2012 General awards

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Caitlin Adlam 11BD Application and Effort Tariu Afoa 11OE Application and Effort Jack Amos 11RF Application and Effort Jake Badger 11OD Application and Effort Amii Baker 11OE Academic Excellence in 11OE – joint award Application and Effort Milynda Baker 11RC Application and Effort Amber Barrett 11RC Application and Effort Ashleigh Bell 11GD Academic Excellence in 11GD Application and Effort Deon Biggs 11GD Application and Effort Jardin Bramhall 11RF Application and Effort Michaela Broomhall 11BC Application and Effort Hayley Browne 11OD Academic Excellence Application and Effort Joel Brunke 11GD Application and Effort Brittany Butler 11GF Academic Excellence in 11GF Application and Effort Losana Cakaunitabua 11BD Application and Effort Ash Carmichael-McBride 11RF Application and Effort Tyler Cavill 11RF Application and Effort Marjenta Chatterton 11BC Application and Effort Daniel Clarke 11RC Application and Effort Laura Cunliffe 11OF Academic Excellence in 11OF Application and Effort Madeleine Davidson 11OD Application and

Effort Brittney Davis 11GD Application and Effort Josh Donaldson 11GD Application and Effort Alex Dorreen 11RF Application and Effort Lewis Dray 11GD Application and Effort Tom Dudley 11BC Application and Effort Heni Ede 11BC Application and Effort Laurent Fifield 11BC Application and Effort Hayley Gimblett 11RF Application and Effort Leah Gorman 11RF Application and Effort Kate Green 11GD Application and Effort Devon Hamilton 11OD Application and Effort Ryan Hampton 11RF Application and Effort Jack Hanrahan 11GD Application and Effort

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Matthew Bagrie 11BC Materials Technology: Building Application and Effort Kimberley Bird 11BC Top Equestrian Performer of

Farmers Trophy) Application and Effort Ashley Harrison 11OD Horticulture Academic Excellence Application and Effort Katie Hollings 11RF German (German Embassy Prize)- joint award Text and Information Management (Rosalie Begg Memorial Prize) joint award Academic Excellence Application and Effort Daniel Johnson 11RC Physical Education Application and Effort Beth Jopson 11RF Drama – joint award Application and Effort Nic Klever 11OD Technology – hard materials

the Year (Animal Supplies Trophy) Application and Effort Jesse Bruce 11OE Music Performance Application and Effort Sophie Congdon 11RF History Physical Education Academic Excellence Application and Effort Josh Connor 11BC Ron Clayton Challenge Cup for Cycling Chelsea Corbett 11RF Rakiroa Trophy for top performing Year 11 Maori Student Academic Excellence Application and Effort Harry Ferguson 11OD Drama – joint award Academic Excellence Application and Effort Livvy Fleming 11OD Japanese Language Prize (Five Star Beef Award) Academic Excellence Application and Effort Matthew Gill 11OD Agriculture (BNZ Prize and Young

Stacey Hopwood 11OD Top Scholar in Science and Gordon Binsted Wood (Lynns Cup (Ricoh Trophy) Copiers Prize) Application Accounting and Effort (Brophy, Knight Ben Lysaght 11OE Visual Art and Partners – joint award Prize) Application Geography – and Effort joint award Niketah McGrath 11BC Visual Art Academic – joint award Excellence Application Senior Girls and Effort Tennis Champion Taylor Miller 11OE Drama Application – joint award and Effort Application Adam Tupper 11RF Top Scholar and Effort in English Savanna Millar-McArthur (Ricoh Copiers 11RF NZ Cadets Prize) Challenge Cup for Top Scholar Senior Shooting in Mathematics Champion (Ricoh Copiers L Clayton Prize) Trophy for the best Geography – female shooter joint award Application Technology Digital and Effort Programming Kaweau Patea 11OE Maori (Te Reo) Video Application Conferencing and Effort excellent Jun Jun Qin 11OE English as a achievement second language award for Level Application 1 French and Effort Academic Imogen Reid 11OD Economics Excellence Academic Application Excellence and Effort Application and Effort Thistle Masonic Lodge Prize for Citizenship C J Reyes 11RC Graphics Sala Touli (Herbert Watts Cup) Ashburton High School Centennial Trust top Application scholar award for Year 11 Adam Tupper

Zac Wellman 11GF Application and Effort Brendan Whalley 11BD Academic Excellence in 11BD Application and Effort Stephanie Wheble 11BD Application and Effort Connor Wilson 11OD Application and Effort James Woods 11OD Application and Effort Hannah Wright 11OE Application and Effort

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It seems like email is used to do all the wrong things, when there are lots of ways to do the right things.

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f you send an email to Paul Jones, you won’t hear back from the professor. You will, however, receive an automated reply that could only have come from him. “Good Bye Email, I’m divesting,” reads the subject line. The message says that Professor Jones gave up email on June 1, 2011, and goes on to suggest more than a dozen ways to contact him: through Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Gtalk, AIM, Skype, LinkedIn, even YouTube. Going email-free is part of a grand experiment that Jones, who oversees the University of North Carolina’s Ibiblio.org online archive, decided to undertake after analysing his communication methods. He concluded that email took the most time and yielded the least useful communication, especially for those using mobile phones as much as com-

puters. So he quit. None of his university peers are convinced enough to follow his lead, and one even derided Jones’ email divestiture as “false performance art”. But for those struggling with the time drain of email, the idea is tantalising. Jones recalls a conversation he had with outgoing chancellor Holden Thorp. “Holden told me, ‘I wish I could do no email’, and that was a year ago,” Jones says. “Bet he really wishes that now.” Jones insists he’s not missing a thing being email-free. And not only is he gone, he’s not coming back. “My feeling is that everybody should use things collaboratively. It seems like email is used to do all the wrong things, when there are lots of ways to do the right things. “We all just got in the habit of it, and it’s frankly

just bad technology – and the social part is not good, either. Humans just don’t use it right,” Jones says. “I want communication to be fast, terse, mobile, synchronous and highly interactive, none of which email is. There are 20 or 30 better and more amusing ways to communicate.” Thirty years ago, Jones not only helped write the code for UNC’s first campus-wide email system, he also led efforts to get everyone to use it. ut now, between spam and the way people misuse it, he is convinced that email is beyond saving. Even when it’s from someone he wants to hear from, Jones derides email as the least-effective way to communicate, breaking down into “formal exchanges of diplomatic papers”, or talking points. Besides, Jones believes that the seeds of something better are already out there

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for most people. “Most of the people I converted to email back then are now 50 and older and they say they don’t want to learn anything new,” Jones says. “And they’re already using Skype with their grandkids, or Facebook or Tumblr to share photos. You ask if they text: ‘Yeah, to my children, but nobody else.’ Even the people who are most resistant, they’ve compartmentalised it. People are already doing this in their private lives, they hardly send email. So let’s do it elsewhere, too.” Whatever its flaws, however, email won’t be going away in the near future. According to the Pew Research Center, email is tied with search engines at the top of the list of online activities; both are used by 92 per cent of adults on the internet. “It’s a part of everyone’s lives and I don’t see that changing any time soon,”

says Ben Niolet, marketing director at the email marketing firm Contactology. “And Twitter, Facebook, even YouTube, what they all have in common is that email is the spine that powers them.” But long-term trends may be running against it. A 2009 Pew survey found that teenagers’ email use had declined to 73 per cent, down from 89 per cent in 2004. ones acknowledges that quitting email cold turkey isn’t feasible for everyone, and he’s had to make some adjustments. He uses TripIt.com (which scans his old email address for confirmation numbers and such) for travel logistics. And if you want to schedule an appointment with him, you don’t send an email, you put it on his Google calendar.   – AAP

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or a quick shot of colour in your garden you can’t go past petunias. Pink, red, blue and more – you can even get duo colour petunias. Not sure how to choose? Try a mixed bundle and wait for the surprise when they start to flower. All you need to plant petunias is a sunny, free-draining spot in your garden. Running tight on space? Try growing these pretty plants in pots. You can grab your Awapuni Nurseries petunia seedlings from your local supermarket, Bunnings or the Warehouse. Alternatively, head to our online store at www.awapuni.co.nz and have them delivered direct to your door. At the time of writing this article we had over 20 different types of petunia available for purchase online! And remember, if you order six or more items to a non-rural address delivery is free. Or pay just $4 to deliver to a rural property. Planting is a simple. Simply dig a little hole and plant. It’s a good idea to space each seedling around 20cm apart to allow them room to grow. You do have to watch out for snails. And, if you’ve planted them in a sheltered spot, like under the eve of a house, keep an eye out for aphids too. You can be pretty sure you’ve got aphids if they stop flowering earlier than you would expect. Petunias have a bit of a reputation for catching diseases. One way to prevent the spread of any diseases is avoid overhead watering. But if you really want to give your petunias a fighting chance – buy Awapuni Nurseries petunia seedlings. We use high quality seeds with increased disease resistance to produce our seedlings. This means your Awapuni petunias are way more likely to grow and flourish successfully. In about six to eight weeks your garden should have its injection of colour. Tod Palenski Awapuni Nurseries www.awapuni.co.nz

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positions of vegetables in your garden, allow enough room between plants for good air circulation. And if a plant does suffer from a particular problem such as powdery mildew, then it is better to position it further away from other susceptible plants. With any garden, and in particular vegetable, try to have good garden practices. This includes garden hygiene, such as cleaning up any dead leaves or foliage, and regular weeding. Water and good quality mulch also play a very important part and should be applied regularly to help keep moisture and nutrients in, especially during the hot summer months when plants are more stressed. Tip: To help keep insect pests at bay plant calendulas and marigolds. These plants have a strong pungent odour which helps deter pests.

November is a good time to ... – Mulch. As the weather warms up everything in your garden will take off – including weeds. Apply mulch and you’ll prevent the light getting to your weeds and germinating. – If you haven’t already, apply a good general fertiliser to the soil, like nitrophoska blue. – Got lots of birds, flies and wasps hanging around the garden? Chances are they’re there for a feast of aphids. Hose the aphids off your plants with a strong stream of water and spray the plant with Neem. Alternatively, try planting marigolds next to your roses – their natural scent repels aphids. Or sprinkle breadcrumbs around the

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he majority of people in Mid Canterbury appear to have welcomed President Barack Obama winning a second term in the White House. Aside from the fact that New Zealanders seem to identify more easily with President Obama’s social policies than the more conservative approach of his Republican opponent, a victory for Mitt Romney would have been a major setback for local exporters. New Zealand trade negotiators have been working for several years to stitch together a coveted Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries and a new administration in Washington could have set the process back months or even years. Traditionally, the free trade mantra has appealed to the Republican part of Capitol Hill, but over the past term the Obama administration has proven to be extremely pro-active by signing bilateral agreements with several nations in the Pacific Rim. New Zealand trade negotiators would have been relieved that they can now keep building on the work done so far and the personal relationship with their US counterparts to secure a free trade deal. In contrast, any US elections usually trigger a major cabinet reshuffle and New Zealand ministers will have to deal with a new Secretary of State, a new Trade Minister and a new Minister of Defence and those personal relationships make take some time to warm up again. Under the Obama administration, New Zealand and other Pacific nations have grown in prominence as the Americans have identified this area a crucial region in world politics. The Chinese expansion in the South Pacific through its growing economic muscle and their stronger relationships with the island nations have alarmed the Americans, whose traditional footprint around the Pacific is being challenged by Beijing. That renewed interest is the major leverage for the New Zealand government and has already produced stronger military relationships despite our on-going nuclear-free stand. The free trade agreement though is much more important and should be achievable as the impact on the American economy would be minor, whereas many New Zealand exporters would reap huge rewards. Mid Canterbury dairy farmers should be especially pleased that Mr Obama has stayed in office as they are likely to be the major beneficiaries of a free trade deal.

Goodbye Greg King By Rebecca Quilliam Rarely do rival gang members and criminals come together with police, government ministers and the leading lights of the legal fraternity, but for Greg King they did. Close to 800 people - family, friends, colleagues, clients and admirers - gathered at the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul yesterday to remember the top lawyer, who is now counted among the “giants of criminal law”. Nearly a week after Mr King’s body was found near his home in suburban Newlands, the shock and disbelief over the death of a man who lived for his wife and family and who was brilliant in his craft was still palpable. His wife, fellow lawyer Catherine Milnes-King and the couple’s children Pippa, 5, and Millie 4 were joined by mourners including Health Minister Tony Ryall and fellow National MP Nick Smith, lawyer Barry Hart, former property tycoon Terry Serepisos and members of the Mongrel Mob and Black Power gangs. His plain pine coffin, which arrived at the church in a Rolls Royce, was draped with his court robe, wig and his familiar blue bag. Wellington District Court, where Mr King spent much of his legal career, closed its doors yesterday so staff could also pay their respects.

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Mr King, who was 43 when he died, was described as someone who was dedicated to the law, passionate about representing the under-dog, loyal to his family and friends and generous to a fault. Catherine Milnes-King said the depth of her grief at losing her soulmate was like a “black hole”. “Upon receiving the news it plunged across the event horizon,” she said. “You are my stars, you are my moons, you are my universe, you are my everything.” Mr King’s father, Jeffrey King, said he could not remember his son making a poor choice until last Friday. “Thanks for being my son Greg, you’d have had a wonderful party if you could see everyone here”. His mother Jennifer called him a wonderful son “and I am privileged to be his mother. Rest in peace Gregory”. Judith Ablett-Kerr QC, Mr King’s mentor, said of her close friend: “His talents seemed to know no bounds and his energy was limitless as he searched for the stars”. “The light that burned so brightly was extinguished so sadly and unexpectedly,” she said. Mr King, who recently successfully defended Feilding farmer Ewen Macdonald during his trial accused of murdering his brother-in-law Scott Guy, seemed gifted in identifying with all people associated with all aspects of

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the legal system, the service was told. Justice William Young said Mr King was known for the empathy he felt for victims of crime, and crown prosecutor Simon Moore SC said Mr King was “scrupulously honest”. “If Greg said it was so, it was, because his word was his bond.” It was a tribute to Mr King that people representing all aspects of the legal profession as well as victims of crime felt a keen loss at his death, he said. Robert Lithgow QC said Mr King was admired among the legal fraternity because he was always made an effort to help people who found themselves in a predicament. “He was one of those lawyers who could find something good even in the most unsatisfactory of people.” Archdeacon Monty Black said Mr King had been exhausted, unwell and disillusioned. Brooke Fraser, the daughter of Mr King’s close friend former All Black Bernie Fraser, sang at the service and screens displayed images of Mr King from throughout his life. Mr King was born in Wanganui in 1969 and was raised in Turangi before studying law at Otago University. “It was clear to all he was destined for great things,” said one of his oldest friends, Paul Benjes. Mr King’s death last Saturday has been referred to the coroner.  - APNZ


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Syrian crisis worsens The United Nations is warning that the number of people inside Syria needing humanitarian aid could rise sharply from 2.5 million now to 4 million by early next year if the civil war grinds on at its current deadly pace. John Ging, operations director for the UN humanitarian office, said the UN is also projecting that a failure to end the fighting will lead to an increase in the number of Syrians fleeing to neighboring countries, from almost 400,000 at present to around 700,000 in early 2013. Ging spoke in an interview ahead of Friday’s fifth Syria Humanitarian Forum in Geneva where between 350 and 400 representatives of governments, international organizations and aid groups will hear reports on the sharply deteriorating humanitarian situation in Syria. “People need to be aware of just how desperate the situation is inside Syria for the people there, how unbearable it is, and how they are suffering and falling into ever deeper despair and humanitarian need,” Ging said. “It’s just getting a lot worse very rapidly for the ordinary people.” At the moment, he said, the UN and other aid organisations are only able to reach 1.5 million of the 2.5 million people in need of assistance inside Syria — and one of the reasons is funding. Ging said the humanitarian program for Syrians still inside the country, and the program for Syrian refugees in camps in Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and other neighboring countries, are both “seriously underfunded,” with donors providing less than 50 per cent of the amount needed. As of November 2, the UN appeal for $348 million to provide food, water and other humanitarian aid for those

More than 6700 motorists will have $2 million worth of fines repaid after faults were found at eight red light camera intersections in Victoria. The state government announced the move after Road Safety Camera Commissioner Gordon Lewis found the amber lights had changed too quickly at the eight intersections. Deputy Premier Peter Ryan says the lights have been fixed and no more cases of unfair fines are expected. “As I understand it ... once they are set they should be fine,” he told reporters. “Nevertheless ... we will by agreement with the commissioner develop a system to undertake the audit that he has requested.”  - AAP

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A Syrian girl who fled with her family from the violence in their village, rests at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atmeh, near the Turkish border with Syria. Most of the displaced people in the tent camp rising near this village on the Syrian-Turkish border are children. All have fled the violence of Syria’s civil war further south. inside Syria had received $157 million — just 45 per cent of the requirement. Ging said about half the aid is being delivered to conflict areas and half to those who have fled to safer areas inside the country. “This is putting an unsustainable burden on first and foremost the neighboring states,” Ging said. “There isn’t a fair burden sharing with those countries who have so generously opened their borders and allowed those hundreds of thousands of people to flee. They are carrying the lion’s share of the financial cost.” Ging said a key message at the meeting will be an appeal

for a broader base of donors to share the financial burden, especially to the wealthy Gulf states. The big funders currently are the European Union, the United States, Britain, Germany, Russia, Norway, Australia, Canada, Sweden and Switzerland, he said. There are no major donors from Muslim countries, but Ging said he hopes that will change since he is co-chairing the meeting with the EU, the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. The UN will also be making “a big push and a big appeal to convert the rhetoric of con-

cern for the plight of the Syrian people into more concerted and effective political action to end the conflict, because that is what is creating the humanitarian consequences,” Ging said. Peter Maurer, head of the Geneva-based International Committee of the Red Cross, said his organisation can’t cope with some of Syria’s humanitarian needs despite its improved operations in the country because of the expanding conflict. Activists say the 20-month civil war has killed more than 36,000 people and forced hundreds of thousands from their homes.

Prince not sheepish on wool By Julia Carlisle Farmers, fashionistas and even some fluffy sheep gathered to meet Prince Charles at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art and talk about Australia’s wool industry. As part of The Campaign For Wool, the prince met with five Aussie designers - Josh Goot, Dion Lee, Kym Ellery, Camilla Freeman-Topper (of Camilla and Marc) and Akira Isogawa - who all showed off their wool creations. The prince, who is a patron of The Campaign for Wool, was happy to stop and chat with the designers - as well as one of the models - at the event yesterday, which was hosted by Australian Wool Innovation. Lee, who booked himself a place in February’s prestigious International Woolmark Prize competition in London, by winning the Australian leg in July with his elegant and edgy tailored grey wool dress, was happy to show the prince his creation. The 27-year-old Sydneybased designer said the prince liked the outfit, which featured

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Prince Charles talks wool with Tasmanian farmers. sexy black criss-cross rubber film down the back, softened with delicate black blended wool sleeves. “It was a great opportunity to show my brand and the collection to Charles - it’s obviously an opportunity that doesn’t come around every day,” Lee told AAP after the event. Lee said he chatted to Prince Charles about the Australian wool industry - what it was like working in it as an Australian fashion designer and the influences upon the industry. “It was great to hear his feed-

back,” Lee said. “It was a highlight to be in a room with Prince Charles and with such esteemed members of the Australian fashion industry as well - it was a great moment.” The Campaign For Wool was launched globally on Australia Day 2010 in an effort to support struggling farmers. Modelling an Akira Isogawa design, Bec Bisset - who was also holding a toy sheep caught the Prince’s eye as he perused the five outfits. The prince even took a detour

to speak with her: “He said, ‘I didn’t realise you were real’ - he thought I was a mannequin,” Bisset said. “But I said, ‘the sheep isn’t real’. “He asked me about my clothes, whether they were warm and comfortable and he also asked who designed them.” Prince Charles himself was dressed in a navy suit made of Australian merino wool from Tasmania and designed by tailors Anderson and Sheppard in the UK. “We are very pleased to be given this opportunity to meet with HRH Prince of Wales and present some of our important Campaign for Wool partners,” said Stuart McCullough, AWI CEO. “With the support and endorsement of its patron, the global Campaign for Wool continues to connect to consumers around the world highlighting the benefits of wool in apparel and interiors.” Lee, who won $50,000 for the Australian prize, is now one of five global designers in the running for the $100,000 International Woolmark Prize, judged during London Fashion Week.  - AAP

The former flatmate and chauffeur of British TV presenter Jimmy Savile faces more questions from police after he was arrested over historic abuse allegations. Ray Teret was held by officers from Greater Manchester Police by detectives investigating three separate claims of sexual abuse. Two men aged 61 and 71 were arrested on Thursday in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, on suspicion of rape. Police emphasised that the accusations were not linked to the national inquiry into abuse by disgraced TV presenter Savile, with whom Teret worked with and once shared a flat.

• Prisoners dig tunnel Officials in Nepal say a dozen inmates including Indian and Bangladeshi nationals dug a tunnel and escaped from a prison in the Himalayan country’s southeast. Police officer Chatra Karki says the inmates escaped from the prison about 400km southeast of Katmandu. Police were searching the area for the escaped prisoners. The inmates dug a 12-metre-long tunnel out of the prison walls using common tools that were available inside the prison. They included inmates from Nepal, India and Bangladesh convicted of crimes ranging from theft to kidnapping and murder.

• Too fat to die A condemned killer fighting his execution because of his extreme weight does not have accessible veins in his arms or hands and could not receive a lethal injection in his legs because he is so obese, a doctor said in a court filing. Death row inmate Ronald Post wants a federal judge to stop his January execution on the grounds his weight could cause him to suffer severe pain during the procedure.

• Taxi driver jailed A Perth taxi driver who sexually assaulted a sleeping female passenger in his cab has been sentenced to three years’ jail. Sumudu Rangana Bamunu Arachchige, 28, was sentenced in Perth’s District Court after pleading guilty to two counts of indecent assault and one charge of sexual penetration without consent. Arachchige picked up the 34-year-old victim on July 7. She was intoxicated and fell asleep in the passenger seat during the journey but woke to find him rubbing her leg.


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Life sentence for deadly attack Gabrielle Giffords limped to the front of the courtroom and stared silently as she came face-to-face for the first time with the man who tried to kill her. Giffords stared at Jared Lee Loughner as he was sentenced yesterday to seven life terms for the January 2011 slayings that left six people dead, and for the attempted assassination of a member of Congress. Giffords herself was left partially blind, with a paralyzed right arm and injuries to her brain. The former congresswoman hadn’t been near Loughner since the deadly rampage outside a meet-and-greet at a supermarket. Giffords’ astronaut husband told Loughner what Giffords couldn’t, before he was sentenced to seven life terms for the January 2011 slayings and attempted assassination of a member of Congress. “Mr. Loughner, you may have put a bullet through her head, but you haven’t put a dent in her spirit and her commitment to make the world a better place,” Mark Kelly said. Giffords, wearing a black brace around her torso, looked closely at the 24-year-old Loughner for several minutes without uttering a word. Loughner returned their gaze, but showed no emotion. His mother sobbed nearby. Loughner was then ordered to serve the seven consecutive life sentences, plus 140 years in federal prison for the shootings that also wounded 13, including Giffords. His guilty plea enables him to avoid a federal death sentence. No state charges will be filed. The sentencing marked the end of a nearly two-year-long saga in which Loughner, who has schizophrenia, was forcibly medicated at a Missouri prison medical facility so he can be competent to understand the charges against him. US District Judge Larry Burns recommended he remain there indefinitely. Some victims, including Giffords, welcomed the plea deal as a way to move on. It spared victims and their families from having to go through a potentially lengthy and traumatic trial and locks Loughner up for life. At the hearing, Loughner looked nothing like the smiling bald man with a bruise around his eye seen in the mug shot taken after the shooting. He had closely cropped brown hair and was wearing dress pants, shirt and tie. One by one, his victims had the

chance to tell him how his actions immeasurably changed their lives. They approached the podium to address Loughner, and asked the judge if they could turn to face him. Loughner told the judge that he would not speak, and sat showing no visible emotion at a table with his attorneys. The last victim to approach the podium was Giffords, causing the courtroom to go quiet and somber. The couple had been sitting several rows behind the prosecutor’s table, across the room from Loughner. As they sat in the courtroom, Kelly put his arm around her, and she would lean into him. When they made their way gingerly to the podium, the 42-year-old Giffords, dressed in black pants and a turquoise shirt, limped. Kelly held her arm and spoke to Loughner, who stared blankly at the couple. “Gabby would trade her own life to bring back any one of those you savagely murdered on that day,” Kelly said. “Gabby works harder in one minute of an hour fighting to make each individual moment count for something than most of us work on an entire day.” Kelly added: “Her life has been forever changed. Plans she had for our family and her career have been immeasurably altered. Every day is a continuous struggle to do those things she once was so good at.” Kelly kissed Giffords when he was done. He grabbed her hand and helped her walk back to her seat. Susan Hileman, who was shot three times while trying to save her 9-yearold neighbor, shook as she spoke. “We’ve been told about your demons, about the illness that skewed your thinking,” she said. “Your parents, your schools, your community, they all failed you. It’s all true. It’s not enough.” Officials at Pima Community College had suspended Loughner over safety concerns after his classroom disruptions. They told him that if he wanted to return, he would have to get a mental health clearance. Loughner withdrew. The court-appointed psychologist who treated Loughner has warned that although Loughner was competent to plead guilty, he remained severely mentally ill and his condition could deteriorate under the stress of a trial. Authorities said they will return Loughner to the Missouri prison facil-

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Former Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly leave after the sentencing of Jared Loughner. ity, but it’s up to federal prison officials whether he will remain there. Legal experts had predicted that the only viable defense for Loughner was an insanity defense, given the number of witnesses and video surveillance footage. Still, Loughner never mounted such a defense. Burns said Loughner did not have an insanity case because the evidence indicated he was aware of his actions and knew they were wrong. In fact, the judge noted, an examination of Loughner’s computer showed the 24-year-old had researched Giffords and the federal death penalty beforehand. “It would not have washed,” the judge said. Loughner planned the attacks by getting a gun, high-capacity pistol magazine and ear plugs and lying in wait for Giffords at the grocery store, Burns said.

Fiscal crisis delays Obama The White House is making America’s high-stakes fiscal crisis its top priority after President Barack Obama’s reelection, underscoring the vital importance of averting severe year-end tax increases and spending cuts as Obama heads toward a second term. The newly re-elected Obama is also weighing replacements for highprofile officials expected to leave his Cabinet and the White House soon. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton both want to step down but have indicated a willingness to push their departures into next year, or at least until successors are confirmed. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta also wants to retire next year. The president privately delved into both issues Thursday, his first full day back in Washington following his re-election on Tuesday. The president and his team were also assessing how congressional Republicans were positioning themselves following the election before saying much publicly about his second term. In his victory speech Tuesday night, Obama offered a call for reconciliation after a divisive campaign. But he made

President Barack Obama clear he had an agenda in mind, citing a need for changes in the tax code, as well as immigration reform and climate change. Obama aides want to avoid what they believe was an overreach by President George W. Bush, who declared after narrowly winning re-election that he had “political capital” and intended to spend it. One of Bush’s first moves was to push to privatise federal Social Security pensions, a plan that was roundly rejected by Congress.

The White House believes Obama has a clear mandate on one key issue: raising taxes on families making more than $250,000 a year. Obama senior adviser David Plouffe said voters “clearly chose the president’s view of making sure the wealthiest Americans are asked to do a little bit more” to help shrink the federal deficit. The president has long advocated allowing tax cuts first passed by Bush to expire for upper-income earners. But he gave in to Republican demands in 2010 and allowed the cuts to continue, angering many Democrats. Both parties agree that the combination of tax increases and spending cuts set to hit on January 1, the so-called fiscal cliff, could plunge the economy back into recession. Republican House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said he wanted to compromise with the re-elected president. And he said the House would be willing to accept higher tax revenue under the right conditions as part of a more sweeping attempt to reduce deficits. The White House wants consistency in its “fiscal cliff” negotiating team, meaning Geithner is likely to put off his departure.

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ith the New Zealand sharemarket recently pushing through multiyear highs, it’s clear that investor confidence has improved. This is also being reflected in the new issuance market, with the upcoming float of Moa and the planned listing of the Fonterra Shareholders’ Fund in a few weeks time. There are generally two ways that investors can invest in the sharemarket. They can purchase the shares of a company from a current shareholder, via the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX). This is known as trading in the secondary market. This type of transaction is generally facilitated by a sharebroker and a brokerage fee is incurred. Alternatively an investor can purchase shares of a company via a ‘new issue’ or what is commonly referred to as an ‘initial public offer’ (IPO). The company that issues shares in an IPO is dealing in the primary market. When dealing in the secondary market, an Authorised Financial Adviser will be able to give you personalised advice and research on the company that you may be interested in. There are often industry reports and various other releases by the company to the NZX that gives a potential investor a fair idea of how the company is performing.

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Christmas came early Christmas has well and truly arrived and judging by the turnout at a joint festive function in the Arcade last night – it couldn’t have come soon enough. More than 200 residents piled in to the Ashburton Arcade to attend the Sneak a Peak at Christmas event, hosted by The China Shop and Kitchen Kapers. The night showcased a large variety of Christmas decorations for the home, table setting displays, a selection of gift ranges and included fresh fudge tasting and wild country tastings.

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Aries 21 March - 20 April Your focus is clear and your ambitions may be stronger than usual, but it might not be the best time to aim for the top job just yet, especially as someone may want to deprive you of it. Soon you may be in a position to knock the spots off many of your competitors and will be able to jump into the situation you have been hoping and waiting for.

TAurus 21 April - 21 May Currently the motives of friends and colleagues may be unclear. You might appreciate staying in the background, especially if someone seems to be on a power trip. It might be easier to spend time with quiet friends who you already get along with. However, with Venus currently encouraging you to indulge, a health plan could come under pressure.

Gemini 22 May - 21 June Take advantage of any career opportunities that come your way, although a tendency to act too quickly may not be wise. Before you make a move, think things through and listen to your intuition. If you get a good feeling then go for it. It also helps to be careful when dealing with people today, as there is potential for arguments.

CAnCer 22 June - 23 July If the right words seem to escape you, try saying nothing for a while. Sometimes your silence says more than any number of words. Some frustrations here and there won’t be enough to ruin your day, especially when your optimistic attitude encourages a warm and friendly atmosphere. Yet you may find yourself arranging a lunch or dinner party.

Leo 24 July - 23 August Be enthusiastic and spread those amazing ideas around that you’ve been dreaming up. If the feedback on one of them isn’t up to the mark, you’ll find a way to cope. Romance-wise there is a chance of meeting up with an ex or old flame. Mercury retrograde hints that you may have a lot to talk about and most of it could be entirely positive.

VirGo 24 August - 23 September Minor annoyances could be an issue early on, when some unexpected twists and turns could surface. Most of your problems could be more easily sorted out by making it crystal-clear what you expect from others. Your social life may not be a major focus and therefore may not have too much appeal. Staying in could prove to be more relaxing.

LibrA 24 September - 23 October With the Moon in your sign, today could be a winner but take time to clarify what you mean, especially in important meetings or in the midst of a business discussion. A misunderstanding could unfortunately ruin all your hard work. A focus on your health zone suggests it may be a good time to go and see to that niggling complaint.

sCorpio 24 October - 22 November Changes may be on the agenda but it’s how you choose to respond to them that will make all the difference. Although you may want to move ahead, you might first need to confront certain limitations that have been holding you back for some time. This may not be easy with Saturn now hovering in your sign but this can also double your resolve.

sAGiTTArius 23 November - 21 December You’ve probably been handling relationship issues quite well recently and even if things have been bumpier, ongoing influences could well make up for it. Currently, you seem to be getting plenty of attention, with others only too keen to include you in their plans. However, today you gain a lot by relying on your own resourcefulness.

CApriCorn 22 December - 20 January There is a chance you may encounter tension or indecision where your views are concerned. Try not to get too involved in other people’s thought processes or problems. Leave well alone as you have your own issues to sort out. With a focus on your social zone, those contacts with your colleagues are currently important and beneficial.

AquArius 21 January 19 February Give attention to your image, especially if dressing for success is important. This might be a good time to improve your looks and revamp your wardrobe. Be diplomatic, especially if money could become a bone of contention. Relationships can be harmonious, particularly if you avoid bringing up things that are probably best left in the past.

pisCes 20 February - 20 March You may be feeling restless or slightly unsettled. If that is the case, try not to be held in the sway of your emotions or let them guide your actions. Try not to do anything on the spur of the moment if you can help it. Sometimes it’s okay not to take the initiative and to go with the flow. Yet, do be open to any help that might be offered.


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57.51 18 19.22 12.37 18.01 12.01 259.72 33.62 61.93 22.01 14.4 84.67 17.35 12.23 41.91 7.78 13.15 19.85 17.03

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3.15 3.77 1.58 .18 8.25 1.10 .55 10.20 11.90 .34 2.43 1.27 7.24 1.00 5.92 4.39

-.01 -.03 -.00 -.01 -.04 -.04 -.04 +.10 +.01 +.25 -.11 +.09

3.17 4.09 1.65 .21 8.48 1.48 .89 10.20 12.10 .42 2.52 1.28 7.62 1.20 6.30 4.49

2.02 1.75 1.23 .06 5.90 .87 .45 9.08 10.40 .24 1.86 .33 5.69 .60 5.50 3.26

1.83 .11 1.52 .13 3.14 -.05 .03 .15 11.92 11.91 -.06 .64 .56 2.64 1.09 6.68 -.66

.25 .07 .08 -.00 .53 -.00 -.03 -1.16 .01 -.06 .12 .02 .27 -.61 -.27 .24

4.08 5.90 5.78 3.11 .92 7.09 5.61 2.24 5.86

12.52 51.76 18.88 15.38 1026.01 19.91 50.1 26.63 18.24

GFNZ Grp Ltd Ord Goodman Fielder Goodman Prop Tst GuinnessPeatGrp GuocoLeisure Hallenstein Glasson HeartlandNZ LTD ords Hellaby Holdings Hendrsn Far East Hndrsn Asian Grwth Trst Horizon Energy Infratil Insured Group Investment Research JPMorgan Japan JPMorgan Overseas Kathmandu Kingfish Kirkcaldie & Stains Kiwi Income L&M Energy Lyttelton Port

.01 .02 .72 1.05 .59 .58 4.98 .67 3.01 5.93 3.20 3.50 2.18 .01 .00 3.08 14.42 1.70 1.07 3.11 1.18 .07 2.05

+.00 -.00 +.02 -.01 -.05 -.02 -.03 -.02 +.10 -.02 -.07 -.08 -.04 +.01 +.01 +.01 +.00 -.05

.03 .02 .94 1.07 .63 .67 5.05 .72 3.40 6.25 3.55 3.50 2.39 .15 .00 3.29 15.50 2.66 1.10 3.25 1.18 .12 2.20

.00 .01 .50 .97 .43 .52 3.36 .43 2.30 5.40 2.86 3.05 1.77 .01 .00 3.00 13.45 1.26 .90 2.58 .99 .05 1.95

-.01 .04 -.02 .92 .40 .85 1.10 .90 1.25 5.96 3.74 2.14 1.27 -.26 .00 3.55 15.54 .15 1.17 1.73 1.09 .03 1.64

-.00 -.00 -.19 .04 -.05 .07 .35 .06 .25 .38 -.62 .23 .08 .04 -.00 -.89 .17 .07 -.07 .09 -.00 .16

6.56 3.47 9.04 6.06 5.24 1.94 6.93 5.19 2.16 1.81 8.17 9.17 1.15 7.05 -

25.03 8.03 14.13 10.57 11.6 15.22 14.92 25.28 .36 9.76 13.43 12.95 12.19

Marlin Global Mercer Group Methven Metlifecare Michael Hill Intl Millennm&Copthrn Mowbray Collctbls

10.46 .66 .14 1.34 3.08 1.20 .45 .43

-.14 -.03 +.01 -.09 +.03 -.02

11.28 .80 .21 1.49 3.30 1.24 .49 .55

9.06 .66 .05 1.00 2.00 .85 .37 .42

1.03 .81 .05 .18 3.04 .50 1.21 .26

.81 -.11 -.00 .09 -.97 .09 .10 -.01

3.50 11.72 9.17 4.58 3.81 -

12.86 13.81 12.58 4.37 -

G-L Genesis R&D Corp

m-O Mainfreight

1,603.17 29.6 7,101 85.05 4,462 12,811.32 8,757.6 5,776.05

NZX All s

-3.76 -0.013%

4,182.52

+0.05 +0.001%

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Buy (nZ$)

sell (nZ$)

0.7833 0.5104 0.8158 0.6393 1.4443 64.9600 1.8049 5.5100 7.0989 25.0100 1.3489 0.8171 74.0683

0.7844 0.5109 0.8167 0.6399 1.4607 65.0200 1.8791 6.1000 7.1073 25.0500 1.4028 0.8172 79.5085

Dividend CPS Yld%

P/E Ratio

asX Last Price

D-F Delegat’s Group

WoRld CURRenCies Value

+3.12 -0.38 -39.00 +0.57 -21.80 -121.41 -79.55 -15.58

28,537.98

-5.08 -0.068%

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7,452.27

+0.40 +0.01%

Change

Last Weekly 52-week Price Move High Low

NTA

Dividend P/E CPS Yld% Ratio

Mykris Ltd Ord New Image NewTalsmnGldMin Northland Port NPT Ltd Ord Shares Nuplex Industries NZ Experience NZ Farming Systems NZ Oil & Gas NZ Refining Co NZF Group NZX Limited OceanaGold Corp (NS) Opus Intl Orion Minerals

.34 .26 .01 2.30 .61 2.97 .40 .73 .89 2.82 .00 1.26 4.42 2.03 .02

+.01 +.12 -.01 +.08 +.01 +.03 +.32 -.04 -

.45 .30 .02 2.30 .62 3.23 .47 .75 .92 3.32 .03 1.37 4.50 2.22 .02

.18 .12 .01 1.45 .47 2.11 .35 .53 .69 2.19 .00 .94 2.18 1.72 .00

.02 .05 .00 3.04 .53 1.73 .18 .78 .90 1.92 -.11 .01 2.32 .40 .01

-.00 -.02 -.00 .12 -.01 .31 .03 -.03 .05 .00 -.14 .04 .10 .16 .00

5.28 6.64 7.07 10.36 9.44 5.42 5.64 6.12 -

18.99 9.34 10.32 17.59 454.84 26.49 41.3 12.55 14.86

Pacific Edge Pan Pacific Petrlm PGG Wrightson Pharmacybrands Port of Tauranga Postie Plus Precinct Prop NZ Prop For Industry Pulse Utilities NZ Pumpkin Patch Pyne Gould Rakon Renaissance Restaurant Brands NZ RIS Group Rubicon Ryman Healthcare Sanford Savoy Scott Technology SeaDragon Sealegs Seeka Kiwifruit Skellerup Sky Network TV SKYCITYEntGrp (NS) SmartMOZY SmartOZZY Smartpay Smiths City South Port NZ Steel & Tube Summrst Grp HldLtd

.66 .42 .14 .33 1.18 12.95 .23 1.03 1.22 .07 1.26 .30 .44 .15 2.68 .00 .25 4.01 4.35 .01 2.26 .02 .13 .88 1.67 5.08 3.91 4.73 3.50 .17 .55 3.35 2.18 2.03

-.04 +.02 -.02 +.01 +.05 -.02 +.01 -.00 +.04 +.03 +.00 +.16 -.03 +.02 +.06 -.00 -.00 -.02 +.08 -.02 +.08 +.03 -.01 -.01 +.10 +.01 +.03

.89 .49 .22 .43 1.40 13.05 .32 1.04 1.22 .09 1.26 .37 .69 .19 2.69 .01 .43 4.18 4.50 .05 2.32 .02 .15 1.85 1.83 5.65 4.08 5.15 3.59 .18 .58 3.60 2.54 2.04

.60 .17 .13 .29 .68 9.45 .18 .82 1.13 .05 .57 .23 .38 .06 1.80 .00 .23 2.55 3.66 .00 1.51 .00 .09 .81 1.30 4.82 3.25 4.50 3.13 .07 .42 3.01 1.99 1.29

.14 .06 .22 .32 .34 5.34 .42 .87 1.07 .01 .14 .11 .85 .04 .39 -.00 .19 1.30 .51 -.00 .70 .00 .07 3.99 .37 -.53 .68 4.55 3.56 -.00 .76 1.12 1.49 1.10

-.63 -.01 .00 .03 .08 .54 -.00 .04 .07 .00 -.16 -.22 -.00 -.03 .16 -.00 -.02 .24 .24 -.00 .16 -.00 -.01 -.54 .12 .31 .24 -.89 -.56 -.07 .08 .22 .14 .02

8.76 63.53 4.24 4.30 6.21 5.51 7.14 8.47 2.09 7.55 4.74 6.71 6.01 5.36 4.78 3.94 6.36 8.53 7.86 -

24.22 10.61 13.5 23.61 22.77 15.96 76.04 16.15 16.6 18.1 13.56 13.05 15.98 16.24 6.66 14.67 14.68 100.85

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2.50 2.41 5.20 11.00 .69 8.60 .72 1.92 4.07 8.65 .00 8.53 1.50 1.87 2.77 .06 1.26 .02 3.18 .15 33.08 .01 5.80

-.11 -.01 -.02 -.01 +.03 +.05 -.02 -.03 -.09 +.07 -.05 -.03 +.01 +.02 +.00 +.06 -.01 +1.53 -.00 +.30

2.73 2.87 5.25 12.14 .83 8.86 .78 1.99 4.45 .00 8.75 1.85 2.00 2.95 .48 1.28 .08 3.36 .29 33.13 .01 5.80

2.15 1.87 4.00 10.20 .60 7.45 .54 1.35 2.74 .00 7.00 1.50 1.33 2.35 .00 1.08 .02 2.48 .12 25.30 .00 2.41

.48 .38 6.07 11.90 1.03 9.24 1.34 1.48 11.50 -.12 -.00 4.81 2.29 .58 .51 .01 .97 -.00 1.01 .11 13.11 .01 .39

.23 .53 .35 -1.25 -.17 -.09 .04 .16 .19 .01 .42 -.17 .14 .19 -.05 .03 .00 .28 -.13 2.45 -.00 -.08

11.11 11.08 6.91 1.03 2.23 7.83 4.05 2.66 6.24 9.93 7.27 880.29 6.28 8.98 6.68 -

10.75 4.5 14.72 16.37 11.65 21.31 721.28 20.18 12.78 13.88 41.09 88.64 11.01 13.48 -

1.41 2.44 3.56 .96

-.01 .01 -.56 .05

5.02 4.34 3.94 5.69

172.97 17.46

P-s Pacific Brands

t-Z TeamTalk

exchange traded Funds SmartFONZ SmartMIDZ SmartOZZY SmartTENZ

1.42 2.46 3.50 .96

-.01 +.02 -.01 +.00

1.44 2.50 3.59 .99

1.20 1.99 3.13 .84

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Last Price

Week’s Move

13.72 8.40 8.72 7.90 4.60 24.56 5.24 5.69 4.36 29.32 2.09 4.75 7.50 7.94 34.46 .135 3.77 7.10 17.67 58.82 2.16 1.93 13.27 74.40 8.78 10.14 48.40 1.045 .99 2.08 3.55 5.67 27.10 3.93 4.42 3.48 12.17 4.57 8.67 3.07 9.39 17.27 8.51 31.16 3.54 1.45 23.81 4.34 26.48 23.93 7.36 25.00 10.42 7.74 3.78 1.265 12.87 3.68 24.14 18.00 5.61 3.90 58.69 11.27 6.42 6.60 12.82 13.58 1.66 1.06 42.65 3.43 9.31 3.43 2.70 2.75 1.875 4.11 4.34 6.08 5.06 34.30 10.45 3.10 25.17 2.88 34.21 28.79 25.06

-.45 -.41 +.11 +.16 -.59 +.16 -.04 -.15 -.08 +.04 -.03 +.11 +.03 +.04 +.16 +.03 +.41 +1.45 +.01 -.015 +.10 +2.69 +.17 +.35 +1.62 +.01 +.025 +.03 +.01 +.13 +.22 -.08 +.08 -.01 -.08 +.05 -1.11 -.05 +.13 -.12 +.03 +.50 -.05 -.02 -1.06 -.04 +.28 +.27 -.01 -.07 -.72 -.30 +.26 -.03 -.04 -.06 +.41 +.83 +.10 +1.31 -.04 -.21 -.28 -.09 -.08 +.005 +.01 +.26 -.01 +.15 +.05 -.035 +.02 -.07 +.01 +.06 +.29 -.13 -.05 +.14 -.10 +.20 +.06 +.23

52-week High Low

NTA

16.01 11.39 13.984 8.09 4.85 27.63 5.34 5.80 4.97 33.49 2.15 4.88 8.251 9.64 38.82 .19 4.49 7.69 18.00 59.04 2.17 2.02 14.19 75.77 9.17 10.14 48.76 1.125 1.015 2.20 4.416 6.06 27.955 6.18 4.54 3.65 12.69 4.755 19.055 3.64 9.53 26.65 8.81 31.99 4.37 1.56 27.13 5.891 37.27 25.20 7.91 28.27 15.08 11.80 4.43 1.825 14.71 4.03 25.69 18.19 5.87 4.11 72.30 14.63 7.55 10.76 13.98 14.25 1.722 1.135 43.52 3.64 9.78 3.48 3.36 2.96 2.20 4.15 5.98 6.245 5.60 35.97 10.76 3.19 26.12 5.622 38.16 30.88 30.00

7.00 61.00 9.83 - 45.00 1.00 37.00 1.00 26.50 12.00 145.00 2.00 35.00 6.00 26.00 1.00 7.50 4.00 177.90 1.00 8.28 5.00 21.00 7.00 52.00 6.00 60.00 11.00 106.15 3.00 11.00 - 26.00 8.00 45.00 19.00 334.00 2.00 6.50 2.00 13.10 2.00 54.50 3.00 245.00 - 28.00 3.00 37.00 5.00 83.00 1.00 6.09 1.00 5.35 1.00 16.00 1.00 4.00 2.00 24.97 5.00 112.00 1.00 8.00 3.00 18.00 4.00 19.10 5.00 30.00 1.00 17.00 4.00 80.00 1.00 11.50 - 41.46 7.00 80.00 4.00 38.00 28.00 150.00 - 28.00 2.00 8.40 14.00 180.00 3.00 11.00 15.00 35.00 2.00 14.09 3.82 2.00 91.00 7.00 50.00 8.00 40.00 - 21.00 2.00 4.00 65.00 3.00 8.30 2.00 60.00 1.00 33.00 1.39 21.00 152.71 - 30.00 17.30 5.00 38.00 - 59.00 12.00 44.00 2.00 10.50 1.00 8.00 38.00 170.79 4.00 24.00 6.00 40.00 2.00 21.00 - 24.00 - 23.00 - 15.27 - 28.00 1.00 25.00 2.00 29.50 3.00 13.00 4.00 165.00 7.00 48.95 3.00 17.65 - 166.00 3.00 7.10 16.00 114.05 2.00 126.00 1.00 91.00

13.031 8.00 7.23 6.72 3.71 18.60 4.31 4.96 4.125 27.53 1.70 3.93 6.13 6.82 30.09 .08 2.93 6.04 11.66 45.39 1.655 1.655 11.30 51.31 7.26 7.92 29.61 .90 .78 1.69 3.269 4.34 16.12 2.81 2.80 3.00 6.901 2.775 7.72 2.62 5.96 14.71 6.87 21.22 3.12 1.145 21.57 3.554 20.89 16.56 5.83 23.01 10.15 6.00 3.34 .96 9.88 3.07 17.81 11.57 3.06 2.36 48.37 10.04 5.08 6.35 10.84 12.30 1.245 .873 37.41 2.90 7.329 2.54 2.63 2.25 1.101 3.09 3.72 5.31 3.41 28.25 7.67 2.34 19.29 2.74 30.00 24.12 23.12

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4.45 1.17 5.16 4.68 5.76 5.90 6.68 4.57 1.72 6.07 3.96 4.42 6.93 7.56 3.00 2.92 3.66 2.55 5.68 3.01 6.79 4.11 3.29 3.19 3.65 1.71 5.83 5.40 7.69 1.13 4.40 4.13 2.00 4.07 5.49 2.47 3.72 9.00 3.75 4.42 4.63 4.47 4.81 7.91 5.79 7.56 3.00 1.00 .59 1.00 3.64 4.80 5.00 5.56 5.05 2.26 2.49 1.83 .36 3.00 3.00 2.69 5.76 4.60 3.24 6.33 7.55 4.00 7.00 4.30 6.12 8.89 8.36 8.14 6.81 5.76 4.85 2.57 4.81 4.68 5.69 6.60 2.00 3.00 4.38 3.63

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Television

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TV2

6.00 Te Karere. (R, T) 6.30 Hyundai Country Calendar. (G, R, T) 7.00 Saturday Breakfast. 9.00 Rural Delivery. (G) 9.30 Coach Trip. (G, R, T) 12.00 Heston’s Mission Impossible. (G, T) 1.05 Masterchef: The Professionals. (G, T) 2.20 How To Look Good Naked. (PGR, T) 3.25 Wedding House. (G, T) 4.25 Piha Rescue. (G, R, T) 4.55 New Zealand’s Got Talent. (G, R, T) 6.00 ONE News. (T) 7.00 Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook. (G, T) 7.30 Doc Martin. (G, R, T) 8.30 Come Dine With Me. (PGR, T) This special celebrity edition sees no-nonsense Eastenders star Laila Morse in a culinary clash with legendary comedian Bobby Davro, boy-bander Dane Bowers and international glamour-puss Dani Behr. 9.35 Help! My House Is Falling Down. (G, T) Sarah Beeny meets a mumof-four whose home is riddled with problems and is threatening to slide away. 10.35 FILM: Swing Vote. (2008, AO, R, T) 1.00 Louie Spence’s Showbusiness. (AO) 2.00 BBC World – BBC World News. 2.15 Sport Today. 2.30 Fast Track. 3.00 BBC World News. 3.30 Dateline London. 4.00 BBC World News. 4.10 TBA. 5.00 BBC World News. 5.30 Mishal Husain Meets.

6.00 Tiki Tour. (G, T) 6.25 Jake & The Neverland Pirates. (G, T) 6.50 The Adventures Of Chuck And Friends. (G, T) 7.10 Shaun The Sheep. (G, R, T) 7.15 Fish Hooks. (G, R, T) 7.45 Phineas And Ferb. (G, R, T) 8.10 Green Lantern: The Animated Series. (G, T) 8.35 Batman: The Brave And The Bold. (G, R, T) 9.05 A.N.T. Farm. (G, T) 9.30 Just The Job. (G, R, T) 10.00 I AM TV. 11.00 I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. (PGR) 12.30 Gary unmarried. (PGR, R, T) 1.00 True Beauty. (PGR) 2.00 Hell’s Kitchen. (PGR, R, T) 3.00 Huge. (G, R) 4.00 Good Luck Charlie. (G, R, T) 4.30 State Of Georgia. (G, T) 5.00 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (G, R, T) 5.30 According To Jim. (G, R, T) 6.00 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (G, T) 6.30 Wipeout. (G, T) 7.30 FILM: The Princess Diaries. (2001, G, R, T) 9.50 FILM: The Joneses. (2009, T) Demi Moore, David Duchovny. A seemingly perfect family moves into a suburban neighbourhood, but their neighbours soon discover all is not what it seems. 11.45 FILM: Keeping up With The Steins. (2006, PGR, R, T) 1.40 FILM: Then She Found Me. (R, T) 3.25 2Tube. (G) 3.45 Jeremy Kyle. (Final, PGR, R) 4.40 I AM TV. (R) 5.30 It Is Written.

SuNDAy 6.00 6.45 7.10 7.35 8.00 8.30 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.00 11.30 12.00

60 Minute Makeover. (G, R) A Taste Of Home. (G, R, T) Sunday. (R, T) Tagata Pasifika. (R) Praise Be. (G) Attitude. (T) Q+A. Marae Investigates. Waka Huia. (T) Neighbourhood. (G, T) What Lies Beneath. (G, R, T) The Private Lives Of. Chickens. (Final, G, T) 1.00 Location, Location, Location. (G, R, T) 1.30 SCu Serious Crash unit. (PGR, R, T) 2.00 Hotel Inspector. (G, R, T) 3.00 undercover Boss uSA. (G, R, T) 4.00 Homegrown. (G, R, T) 4.30 Coasters. (G, R, T) 5.00 Our World: Chimps Of The Lost Gorge. (G, R, T) 6.00 ONE News. (T) 7.00 Sunday. (T) 7.30 New Zealand’s Got Talent. (G, T) 8.30 Nothing Trivial. (AO, T) 9.30 Offspring. (AO, T) 10.35 Packed To The Rafters. (PGR, R, T) 11.35 City Homicide. (AO, T) 12.35 Call 911. (PGR) 1.00 BBC World – BBC World News. 1.30 One Day In. 2.00 BBC World News. 2.15 Sport Today. 2.30 Click. 3.00 BBC World News. 3.30 Horizons. 4.00 BBC World News. 4.10 TBA. 5.00 BBC World News. 5.30 Believer’s Voice Of Victory.

MONDAy

6.00 Breakfast. 9.00 Good Morning. (G) 12.00 ONE News. (T) 12.30 Emmerdale. (PGR, T) 1.30 Coach Trip. (PGR, T) 2.00 Four Weddings uSA. (G, R) 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (G) 4.00 Te Karere. (T) 4.30 ONE News. 4.55 Ellen. (G) 11.55 I Shouldn’t Be Alive. (PGR, R, T) 1.00 Te Karere. (R, T) 1.25 BBC World –MT with George Alagiah. (G) 2.00 Impact with Mishal Husain. 3.30 World Business Report. 3.45 Sport Today. 4.00 BBC World News. 4.30 HARDtalk. 5.00 The Hub with Nik Gowing. (G) 5.05 The Believer’s Voice Of Victory. 5.35 Te Karere. (R, T)

SuNDAy

6.00 Tiki Tour. (G, T) 6.25 Jungle Junction. (G, T) 6.50 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. (G, R, T) 7.10 Chowder. (G, R, T) 7.35 Spongebob Squarepants. (G, R, T) 8.00 What Now? 10.00 Shortland Street Omnibus. (PGR, R, T) 12.00 FILM: High School Musical 2. (2007, G, R, T) 2.05 The Secret Circle. (PGR, T) 3.00 New Zealand’s Got Talent. (G, R, T) 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air. (G, R, T) 4.30 Just The Job. (G, T) 5.00 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (G, R) 5.30 Hart Of Dixie. (G, T) 6.30 I Hate My Teenage Daughter. (New, G, T) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PGR, R, T) 7.30 Betty White’s Off Their Rockers. (PGR, T) 8.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PGR, R, T) 8.30 FILM: The Expendables. (2010, T) 10.40 FILM: The Night Listener. (2006, R, T) 12.25 FILM: Captivity. (R, T) 2.00 Escaped. (T) 2.50 Infomercial. 3.20 20/20. (R, T) 4.10 It Is Written. (R) 4.40 Emmerdale. (PGR, R, T) 5.30 Infomercial.

MONDAy

6.00 Creflo Dollar. 6.30 Hi-5. (G, R, T) 7.00 Disney Club: Kick Buttowski – Suburban Daredevil. (G, R, T) 7.25 The Penguins Of Madagascar. (G, R, T) 7.55 Transformers Prime. (G, R, T) 8.20 Tiki Tour. (G, T) 8.45 The Magic Roundabout. (G, R, T) 9.05 Fireman Sam. (G, T) 9.15 Chuggington. (G, R, T) 9.30 Infomercial. 11.00 Korero Mai – Speak To Me. 11.30 Neighbours. (G, R, T) 12.00 Shortland Street. (PGR, R, T) 12.30 Scrubs. (PGR, R, T) 1.00 My Kitchen Rules. (G, R, T) 2.00 Jeremy Kyle uSA. (PGR) 3.00 Pocoyo. (G, R, T) 3.10 Franklin. (G, R, T) 3.35 Spongebob. (G, R, T) 4.00 Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide. (G, R, T) 4.30 Life With Boys. (G, T) 5.00 Horace In Slow Motion. (G) 5.01 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (G, R, T) 5.30 My Wife And Kids. (G, R, T) 11.30 Shameless. (T) 12.40 Drop Dead Diva. (PGR, R, T) 1.35 Infomercial. 2.35 Trading Houses. (PGR, R, T) 3.30 Police Women Of Maricopa County. (R) 4.20 Emmerdale. (PGR, R, T) 5.05 The Erin Simpson Show. (G, R) 5.30 Infomercial.

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Charles Stanley. Outdoors With Geoff. (G, R) Trade Zone Gone Fishin’. (G, R) The Little Couple. (G, R) The Little Couple. (G, R) Infomercials. (G) The Nation. Media3. The Farmer Wants A Wife. (PGR, R) 12.00 The X Factor uSA. (G, R) 2.00 The X Factor uSA. (G, R) 4.00 The X Factor uSA. (G, R) 5.00 Rheem Outdoors With Geoff. (G, R) 5.30 Trade Zone Gone Fishin’. (G) 6.00 3 News. 7.00 On The Grill. (PGR, T) 7.30 Weird Or What? (G, R, T) 8.30 CSI: New york. (AO, T) The CSIs investigate a $5 million jewel heist in a ritzy penthouse that belongs to one of New York’s most powerful attorneys. 9.30 CSI: Miami. (AO, T) A serial killer known as the Miami Taunter, who removes victims’ eyes, seems to have struck again when a woman’s body is found on a beach. 10.30 Homeland. (AO, R, T) 11.35 FILM: The Onion Movie. (2009, AO, R) Len Cariou, Steven Seagal. A veteran newcaster resists his network’s growing commercialisation while presenting a series of surreal news stories. 1.30 Infomercials. (G) 5.00 Brian Houston @ Hillsong. (G) 5.30 Charles Stanley.

6.00 Home Shopping. (G) 11.30 Harry’s Practice. (G, R) 12.00 The Crowd Goes Wild Omnibus. (G, R) 2.30 Human Planet. (G, R) 3.35 MasterChef uSA. (G, R) 4.30 Harvest. (G) 5.00 Fishing NZ. (G) 5.30 Prime News. 6.00 Getaway. (G) 6.30 The Enforcers. (G) 7.00 Three Hungry Boys. (PGR) The boys decide to spend a night on a nearby island. Making a raft, battling with insects and tasting their home brewed beer doesn’t make for the enjoyable adventure the boys were hoping for. 7.30 Antiques Roadshow. (G) Fiona Bruce and the team weigh anchor at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth. Objects include possibly the largest piece made by Fabergé ever seen on the show. 8.40 Weekend Murders: Silent Witness. (AO) Harry and Nikki try to remain professional when they find themselves on opposite sides of a case, but they’re both brilliant, and soon show that every piece of evidence can be interpreted two ways. 10.50 Running Wilde. (PGR) 11.20 World’s Strictest Parents uK. (PGR, R) 12.25 Home Shopping. (G)

6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 9.30 10.25 11.00

SuNDAy 6.00 6.30 7.00 8.00 9.00 9.30 10.00 11.55

Bayless Conley. (G) Brian Houston @ Hillsong. (G) Charles Stanley. (G) The Nation. Three60. Think Tank. Home And Away. (G, T) Entertainment Tonight Weekend. (G) 1.00 60 Minutes. 2.00 King Of Dirt. (G) 2.30 Motorsport. Jet Sprints. Round Six Featherston. Highlights. 3.00 Motorsport. Offshore Powerboats. Round Six Wellington. 3.30 Motorsport. National Drifting Championship. Round One Manfield. Highlights. 4.30 The Dirt. 5.00 Million Dollar Catch. (PGR, R) 5.30 ITM Fishing Show. (G) 6.00 3 News. 7.00 Wild Life At The Zoo. (PGR, T) 7.30 60 Minutes. 8.30 FILM: Notting Hill. (1999, AO, R, T) Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, Richard McCabe, Rhys Ifans, James Dreyfus. The life of a simple bookshop owner changes when a famous actor enters his shop. 11.00 Smash. (PGR, T) 12.00 Media3. 12.35 The Good Wife. (PGR, R, T) 1.30 Infomercials. (G) 5.00 Joyce Meyer. 5.30 Brian Houston @ Hillsong TV. (G)

MONDAy 6.00 8.30 10.35 11.30

3 News: Firstline. Infomercials. (G) The Talk. (PGR) Entertainment Tonight. (G, R) 12.00 3 News. 12.30 Home And Away. (G, R, T) 1.00 Dr Phil. (AO) 2.00 The Dr Oz Show. (PGR, R) 3.00 Rachel Zoe Project. (PGR) 4.00 Rachael Ray. (G) 5.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (G, R, T) 5.30 Home And Away. (G, T) 11.20 Sports Tonight. 11.35 Bones. (Final, AO, R, T) 12.35 Infomercials. (G) 5.00 Joyce Meyer. 5.30 City Impact Church.

SuNDAy 6.00 10.30 12.30 1.25 2.20 3.15 4.30 5.00

Religious Programming. (G) Sport Box. (G) Great Outdoors. (G, R) Top Gear uSA. (PGR, R) Psych. (G, R) Fake Or Fortune. (G, R) Food Culture. (G) Export Gold Match Fishing League. (G) 5.30 Prime News. 6.00 Surviving Suburbia. (G) 6.25 Genius. (G, R) 7.00 Rick Stein’s Food Heroes. (G) Rick and Chalky round off their journey of the UK at John O’Groats, after visiting Rick’s favourite deli in Edinburgh, a fish smokery in Argyll, and enjoying freshly cooked lobster on Crail harbour front. 7.35 Top Gear Top 40. (PGR) The boys fire up three British sports cars and revisit a nostalgic road trip. 8.35 America’s Got Talent. (G) Meet the contestants pulled straight from YouTube. Witness some acrobats in action, a man with the power of illusion, and a troupe of clogging dancers. 10.25 Leverage. (PGR) 11.25 Strike Back. (AO, R) 12.25 Home Shopping. (G) 1.30 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 2.00 Home Shopping. (G)

MONDAy

6.00 Rugby. (G) All Blacks’ European Tour. Scotland Vs All Blacks. From Murrayfield, Edinburgh. 8.00 Home Shopping. (G) 12.00 Better Homes And Gardens. (G, R) 1.00 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 1.30 Hot Property. (G, R) 2.00 Getaway. (G, R) 3.00 Man Vs Wild. (PGR, R) In Mexico, Bear must find his way out of Copper Canyon, and his only supplies are a water bottle, a flint and a knife. 4.00 The Late Show With David Letterman. (G, R) 5.00 Deal Or No Deal. (G, R) Game show hosted by Andrew O’Keefe that gives contestants the opportunity to win up to $200,000 each night. 5.30 Prime News. 1.25 The Crowd Goes Wild. (G, R) 1.55 Home Shopping. (G)

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

movie The Princess Diaries TV2 7.30pm Pretty Woman director Garry Marshal is at the helm of this one-way ticket to Clicheville – a sugary wish-fulfilment comedy about a geek (Anne Hathaway) who becomes an overnight sensation when informed that she’s the heir to the throne of an obscure European country (a tactfully cast Julie Andrews plays the queen). Nothing royal, but good, clean fun nonetheless.

FOUR TODAy 6.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 6.55 Pingu. (G, R) 7.05 Aaahh!! Real Monsters. (G, R) 7.30 Hey Arnold! (G, R) 7.55 The Wild Thornberrys. (G, R) 8.25 Twisted Whiskers. (G, R) 8.35 Twisted Whiskers. (G, R) 8.45 Hot Wheels Battle Force 5. (G, R) 9.10 Hot Wheels Battle Force 5: Fused. (G, R) 9.35 Power Rangers: Samurai. (G, R) 10.00 Infomercials. (G) 2.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 2.55 Peppa Pig. (G) 3.00 Barney And Friends. (G, R) 3.30 Bryan & Bobby. (G, R) 3.40 Pukana. (G) 4.05 Drake And Josh. (G, R) 4.35 Kenan & Kel. (G, R) 5.05 Sabrina: The Teenage Witch. (G) 5.30 Smokefree Rockquest 2012. 6.00 It Only Hurts When I Laugh. (G, R) It Only Hurts When I Laugh is a fast-paced, high-energy, comedy clip show series that relishes in the fact that there is absolutely nothing funnier than pain, embarrassment and humiliation. 6.30 FILM: Dr. Seuss’ The Cat In The Hat. (2003, G) Mike Myers, Dakota Fanning, Alec Baldwin. A mischievous giant cat turns the lives of two children upside down when he introduces them to their imaginations. 8.20 The Real Housewives Of Orange County. (PGR) Peggy and Alexis discuss their everfraying relationship, but their conversation only creates more tension. 9.20 Face Off. (PGR) The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach is visited ahead of a challenge in which the contestants must make waterproof creature makeup. 10.20 Sons Of Tucson. (PGR) 10.50 Excused. (AO) 11.20 Excused. (AO) 11.50 Infomercials. (G) SuNDAy 6.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 6.55 Pingu. (G, R) 7.00 Aaahh!! Real Monsters. (G, R) 7.30 Hey Arnold! (G, R) 7.55 The Wild Thornberrys. (G, R) 8.20 Rugrats. (G, R) 8.45 The Mighty B! (G, R) 9.05 The Mighty B! (G, R) 9.30 The Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. (G, R) 9.55 Sticky TV Omnibus. (G) 12.00 Infomercials. (G) 2.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 2.55 Peppa Pig. (G) 3.00 Barney And Friends. (G, R) 3.30 Bryan & Bobby. (G, R) 3.40 Pukana. (G) 4.05 Drake And Josh. (G, R) 4.35 Kenan & Kel. (G, R) 5.05 Sabrina: The Teenage Witch. (G) 5.30 Clueless. (G, R) 6.00 It Only Hurts When I Laugh. (G, R) 6.30 Survivor: Philippines. (G) 7.30 The Simpsons. (PGR, R) 8.00 Family Guy. (PGR, R) 8.30 Futurama. (G) Amy and Leela’s performance in a sport called butterfly derby is enhanced when they become addicted to a nutritional supplement known as nectar. 9.00 American Dad. (PGR, R) 9.30 South Park. (AO) 10.00 The Ricky Gervais Show. (AO, R) 10.30 I Just Want My Pants Back. (AO, R) 11.00 Entertainment Tonight Weekend. (G) 11.50 Infomercials. (G) MONDAy 6.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 6.55 Pingu. (G, R) 7.00 Aaahh!! Real Monsters. (G, R) 7.30 Monsuno. (G) 7.55 The Wild Thornberrys. (G, R) 8.20 Go Diego Go. (G, R) 8.45 Bananas. (G, R) 9.00 Thomas & Friends. (G, R) 9.10 Bob The Builder. (G, R) 9.20 Peppa Pig. (G, R) 9.25 Peppa Pig. (G, R) 9.30 The Wiggles Show. (G, R) 9.40 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom. (G) 9.50 Action Central. (G, R) 10.00 Infomercials. (G) 2.00 Sesame Street. (G, R) 2.55 Peppa Pig. (G) 3.00 Sticky TV. (G) 4.30 FOuR Live. (G) 1011


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The Box 6.00 6.25 6.50 7.15 7.40 8.05 8.55 9.20 10.10 1.00 1.50 2.45 3.35 4.30 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.30 9.30

The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) MacGyver. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) Burn Notice. (M) RAW. (M) Starsky & Hutch. (M) Starsky & Hutch. (M) Starsky & Hutch. (M) Starsky & Hutch. (M) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) The Simpsons. (PG) Chuck. (M) MacGyver. (PG) Spartacus: Blood and Sand. (18) 10.30 TNA Impact. (M) 12.30 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 1.25 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 2.20 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 3.15 Spartacus: Blood and Sand. (18) 4.10 Girls Gone Wild. (18) 4.40 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 5.35 The Simpsons. (PG)

SuNdAy

6.00 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 6.55 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 7.45 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 8.40 Starsky & Hutch. (M) 9.30 TNA Impact. (M) 11.15 The Simpsons. (PG) 11.40 The Simpsons. (PG) 12.05 The Simpsons. (PG) 12.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 12.55 The Simpsons. (PG) 1.20 Chuck. (M) 2.10 MacGyver. (PG) 3.00 RAW. (M) 5.45 WWE NXT. (M) 6.45 Smackdown! (M) 8.30 Criminal Minds. (M) 9.30 Criminal Minds. (M) 10.30 Life. (M) 11.30 WWE NXT. (M) 12.30 SmackDown! (M) 2.10 Criminal Minds. (M) 3.05 Criminal Minds. (M) 4.00 Life. (M) 4.50 SoHo On Set. (M) 5.10 Chuck. (M)

MoNdAy

6.00 NyPd Blue. (M) 6.50 Malcolm In The Middle. (PG) 7.15 Cash Cab uSA. (PG) 7.40 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 8.05 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 8.30 Monk. (PG) 9.25 Law & order. (M) 10.20 WWE NXT. (M) 11.10 Smackdown! (M) 12.50 NyPd Blue. (M) 1.45 Monk. (PG) 2.45 Malcolm In The Middle. (PG) 3.10 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 3.35 Cash Cab uSA. (PG) 4.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 4.30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 5.00 Law & order. (M) 11.15 NyPd Blue. (M) 12.15 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 12.45 Malcolm In The Middle. (PG) 1.10 America’s Funniest Home Videos. (PG) 1.35 Cash Cab USA. (PG) 2.00 Monk. (PG) 2.50 SoHo On Set. (M) 3.05 2012 Guys Choice Awards. (M) 4.45 The Beast. (M) 5.35 The Simpsons. (PG)

Sky Movies 1 Movie Greats 6.00 7.40 9.45 11.35 1.10 2.40 4.15

6.15 8.30

10.20 12.00 1.45 3.15 5.00

The Gundown. (2011, M) Real Steel. (2011, M) Red. (2010, M) due date. (2010, 16) Made.The Movie. (2010, PG) Another Earth. (2011, M) The Green Hornet. (2011, M) Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz. The exploits of newspaper publisher Britt Reid, whose secret identity is the Green Hornet; a crime-fighter dedicated to protecting the lives and rights of the city’s residents. Abduction. (2011, M) Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins. Limitless. (2011, M) Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro. A writer discovers a topsecret drug which bestows him with super human abilities. Starring. Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro. Horrible Bosses. (2011, 16) Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston. Kill The Irishman. (2011, 16) Another Earth. (2011, M) Kill The Irishman. (2011, 16) Made.The Movie. (2010, PG)

SuNdAy

6.30 Abduction. (2011, M) 8.15 The Green Hornet. (2011, M) 10.15 Horrible Bosses. (2011, 16) 11.50 Limitless. (2011, M) 1.35 The Art of Getting By. (2011, M) 3.00 Red Riding Hood. (2011, M) Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman. Set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family’s displeasure. 4.40 Arthur. (2011, PG) Russell Brand, Helen Mirren. A drunken playboy stands to lose a wealthy inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn’t like. 6.30 The Lincoln Lawyer. (2011, M) Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei. 8.30 Crazy Stupid Love. (2011, M) Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling. When a middleaged man’s wife asks for a divorce, he seeks to rediscover his manhood with the help of a new-found friend. 10.30 Paranormal Activity 3. (2011, M) Chloe Csengery, Jessica Tyler Brown. 11.55 The Slammin’ Salmon. (2009, 16) Michael Clarke Duncan.

MoNdAy

6.20 Arthur. (2011, PG) Russell Brand, Helen Mirren. 8.10 Paranormal Activity 3. (2011, M) Chloe Csengery, Jessica Tyler Brown. 9.35 The Lincoln Lawyer. (2011, M) Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei. 11.35 Crazy Stupid Love. (2011, M) Steve Carell. 1.35 Murder on Her Mind. (2008, PG) Annabeth Gish. 3.05 Prom. (2011, PG) 4.50 Sanctum. (2011, M)

6.00 TQ 6.30 Kingsley’s Meadow 7.00 Booga Booga Land 7.30 Paul the Little Missionary 8.00 Veggie Tales 9.00 ultimate Choice 9.30 ThedRIVEtv 10.00 The uprising 10.30 MXTV 11.00 The one to one Show 11.30 Roots and Reflections 12.00 The Verdict of Science 12.30 uCB Meets 1.30 Kiwis Can Fly 2.00 Beyond Adventure 2.30 Joni and Friends 3.00 Abundante 3.30 The Men’s Series 4.00 Roots and Reflections 4.30 Ancient Israel 5.00 Verdict of Science 5.30 Give Me An Answer 6.00 H2o: A Journey of Faith 6.30 Kiwis Can Fly 7.00 Joni and

6.35 dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas. (2000, PG) 8.20 What’s The Worst That Could Happen? (2001, M) 10.00 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. (2001, M) 11.45 Speed. (1994, M) 1.40 Along Came Polly. (2004, M) 3.10 Robots. (2002, G) Ewan McGregor, Robin Williams. Set in a mechanical world with an inventor who discovers that the company he idolises is now run by a sinister new management. 4.40 Fever Pitch. (2004, M) Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon. When Ben meets ambitious Lindsey their attraction is immediate; until Lindsey finds herself stuck in the middle of her relationship with Ben and his passion for the Boston Red Sox. 6.25 The day After Tomorrow. (2003, M) Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal. 8.30 Keeping The Faith. (2000, M) Edward Norton, Ben Stiller. Best friends since childhood, a Rabbi, a priest and a beautiful woman reunite, but neither of the men can pursue the woman because of his beliefs. 10.40 The Score. (2001, M) 12.45 Fever Pitch. (2004, M) 2.30 The day After Tomorrow. (2003, M) 4.30 Keeping The Faith. (2000, M)

SuNdAy

6.35 Robots. (2002, G) 8.05 The day After Tomorrow. (2003, M) 10.10 The Score. (2001, M) 12.15 Keeping The Faith. (2000, M) 2.25 King Arthur. (2004, M) 4.30 Pleasantville. (1998, M) Tobey Maguire, Reese Witherspoon. A 90s’ brother and sister find themselves in the sterile, innocent world of a 50s’ TV show, upsetting the apparently perfect town. 6.35 dumb & dumber. (1994, PG) Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Lauren Holly, Harland Williams. 8.30 Superman Returns. (2006, M) Brandon Routh, Kevin Spacey. While Lex Luthor plots to render him powerless, Superman must face the realisation that Lois Lane has moved on with her life. 11.05 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. (2005, 16) Robert Downey Jr.

MoNdAy

6.40 dumb & dumber. (1994, PG) Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Lauren Holly. 8.30 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. (2005, 16) Robert Downey Jr. 10.15 Superman Returns. (2006, M) Brandon Routh. 12.45 Pleasantville. (1998, M) Tobey Maguire, Reese Witherspoon. 2.50 dumb & dumber. (1994, PG) Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels. 4.45 Barbershop. (2002, M)

Sky Sport 1

Sky Sport 2

6.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. 7.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Round Two. Live. 10.00 Premier League Preview. 10.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day One. Silver Ferns v Jamaica. Replay. 11.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day One. Silver Ferns v Australia. Replay. 12.30 Basketball. NBL. Townsville Crocodiles v NZ Breakers. 2.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day One. Highlights. 4.00 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Two. Live. 10.30 Basketball. NBL. Cairns Taipans v NZ Breakers. Live. 12.30 Cricket. Cricket. Australia v South Africa. 1st Test Day Two. Highlights. 1.00 Motorsport. WRC Daily. Highlights. Spain Day One. 1.30 The ITM Fishing Show. 2.00 Golf. Barclays Singapore Open. Round Three. 3.00 Basketball. NBL. Cairns Taipans v NZ Breakers. 5.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Round Two. Highlights.

6.00 Cricket. HRV Cup. Wellington Firebirds v Canterbury Wizards. 9.30 The Cricket Show. 10.00 Cricket. ICC 360. 10.30 Basketball. NBL. Townsville Crocodiles v NZ Breakers. 12.30 Golf. Barclays Singapore Open. Round Two. 1.30 The Code. 2.00 Rugby Zone. 2.30 Premier League Preview. 3.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Round Two. Highlights. 4.00 Golf. Barclays Singapore Open. Round Three. Live. 9.00 Soccer. A-League. Western Sydney v Newcastle Jets. 11.00 Soccer. A-League. Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory. 1.00 uFC Countdown. 1.45 Motorsport. Moto GP. Gran Premio Generali De LA Comunitat Valenciana Qualifying. Live. 3.15 Premier League Preview. 3.45 Soccer. EPL. Arsenal v Fulham. Live.

SuNdAy

6.00 IAAF Champion of The World. 1991 Tokyo. 7.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Live. 10.00 Basketball. NBL. Cairns Taipans v NZ Breakers. 12.00 Wide World of Sports. 1.00 Cricket. NZ Tour Of Sri Lanka. 4th One-day. 2.00 Basketball. NBL. Cairns Taipans v NZ Breakers. 2.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Two. Highlights. 3.00 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Three. Live. 5.30 Netball End of year Review Show. 6.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Three. Live. 9.00 Cricket. NZ Tour Of Sri Lanka. Fourth One-day. Sri Lanka v Blackcaps. 9.30 Export Gold Match Fishing League. 10.00 SKy Sport What’s on. 10.30 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Three. Replay. 12.30 Soccer. EPL. Wigan Athletic v West Bromwich Albion. 2.30 Total Rugby. 3.00 Rugby. Air New Zealand European Tour. Scotland v All Blacks Build Up. Live. 3.20 Rugby. Air New Zealand European Tour. Scotland v All Blacks. Live.

MoNdAy

6.00 Cricket. NZ Tour Of Sri Lanka. 4th One-day. 7.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Live. 10.00 Golf. Barclays Singapore Open. Round Four. 11.00 Soccer. EPL. Aston Villa v Manchester United. 12.00 Soccer. EPL. Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur. 1.00 Soccer. EPL. Stoke City v Queens Park Rangers. 3.00 Motorsport. WRC Daily. Highlights. Spain Day Three. 3.30 Motorsport. Moto GP. Gran Premio Generali De LA Comunitat Valenciana. 5.00 Motorsport. NASCAR.

SHINE

Friends 7.30 Movie: Love Comes Softly 9.00 Beyond Adventure 9.30 Nzone Focus 10.00 uCB Meets 11.00 Give Me An Answer 11.30 Joni and Friends 12.00 Nzone Focus 12.30 Ancient Israel 1.00 Roots and Reflections 1.30 Beyond Adventure 2.00 uCB Meets 3.00 Movie: Love Comes Softly 4.30 Ancient Israel 5.00 Give Me An Answer 5.30 Running With Fire SuNdAy 6.00 Living Truth 7.00 TQ 7.30 Auto B Good 8.00 Paul the Missionary 8.30 Connection Point 9.00 In Touch 10.00 Life Questions 10.30 Word For you 11.00 Songs of Praise 11.35

Discovery 6.30 7.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 1.00 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.30 5.30 6.30 8.30

9.00

SuNdAy

6.00 Soccer. EPL. Aston Villa v Manchester United. Live. 8.30 Soccer. EPL. Stoke City v Queens Park Rangers. 10.30 Soccer. EPL. Everton v Sunderland. Delayed. 12.30 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Round Three. Highlights. 1.45 Soccer. ASB Premiership. Wellington v Canterbury United. Highlights. 4.00 Sky Sports What’s on. 4.30 Soccer. A-League. Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners. Live. 6.30 Golf. Barclays Singapore Open. Round Four. Live. 9.00 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch World Tour Season Review. 9.30 Basketball. NBL. Adelaide 36ers v Perth Wildcats. 11.30 Soccer. A-League. Adelaide United v Perth Glory. Delayed. 1.30 uFC Countdown. 2.15 Soccer. EPL. Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur. Live. 4.45 Soccer. EPL. Chelsea v Liverpool. Live.

MoNdAy

7.00 Soccer. EPL. Newcastle United v West Ham United. 9.00 darts. Grand Slam. Day Two Group Stages Evening. 1.00 Golf. US PGA Tour. CMN Hospitals Classic. Round 4. 2.00 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Day Three. Highlights. 3.30 Basketball. NBL. Cairns Taipans v NZ Breakers. 4.30 Soccer. A-League. Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners. 12.00 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Second Semi-final. Replay. 1.00 Netball. Fast5 World Series. Grand Final. Replay. 2.00 Motorsport. NASCAR Nationwide. Wypall 200. 3.00 Motorsport. NASCAR Sprint Cup. 4.00 Motorsport. Moto GP. Gran Premio Generali De LA Comunitat Valenciana. 5.30 A-League Highlights.

9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 1.00 1.30

Endurance. (PG) MythBusters. (PG) ET Fishing Escapes. (PG) Brainwashed. (PG) Superhuman Showdown. (PG) Factory Made. (PG) How do They do It? (PG) River Monsters. (PG) Meteorite Men. (PG) MythBusters. (PG) Abalone Wars. (PG) deadliest Catch. (PG) The Kennedy detail. (PG) Auction Kings. (PG) Pop Culture Pick/Footloose Race Car. The Gallery 63 crew auction off a 1945 NFL program, a Star Trek model kit, and a vintage Barbie. Paul test drives a car used in the movie remake of Footloose. Auction Hunters. (PG) Great American Cashtime. Allen and Ton head go toeto-toe with one tough mother! The guys uncover a vintage carnival game in need of restoration and a professional MMA octagon fighting cage. Sons of Guns. (M) Superhuman Showdown. (PG) I Shouldn’t Be Alive. (PG) Call 911. (PG) destroyed In Seconds. (PG) Man Vs. Wild. (PG)

SuNdAy 6.30 7.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.00 12.30 1.30

2.30 7.30 8.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.30 5.30

Nature’s Keepers. (PG) MythBusters. (PG) ET Fishing Escapes. (PG) one Car Too Far. (PG) Auction Kings. (PG) Auction Hunters. (PG) Brainwashed. (PG) SAS - Search For Warriors. (PG) one Car Too Far. (PG) Mars Landing 2012. (PG) deadliest Catch. (PG) Abalone Wars. (PG) Earth 2050. (PG) Nightmare Next door. (M) I (Almost) Got Away With It. (M) River Monsters. (PG) Meteorite Men. (PG) SAS - Search For Warriors. (PG) Fatal Encounters. (M) dirty Jobs. (PG)

MoNdAy 6.30 7.30 8.30 9.30 10.30 11.30 12.30 1.00 1.30 2.30 3.30 4.30 5.30 11.30 12.30 1.30 3.30 4.00 4.30 5.30

River Monsters. (PG) Man Vs. Wild. (PG) MythBusters. (PG) Nightmare Next door. (M) Fatal Encounters. (M) on The Case With Paula Zahn. (M) Stalked: Someone’s Watching. (M) Who The (Bleep) did I Marry? (M) disappeared. (M) SAS - Search For Warriors. (PG) River Monsters. (PG) Man Vs. Wild. (PG) MythBusters. (PG) Scorned: Love Kills. (M) on The Case. (M) River Monsters. (PG) Factory Made. (PG) How do They do It? (PG) MythBusters. (PG) dirty Jobs. (PG)

Quick Study 12.00 The Bible Series 1.30 Gospel Music of Johnny Cash 2.30 Precious Memories 3.00 Hour of Power 4.00 In Touch 5.00 Living Truth 6.00 Running With Fire 6.30 Ancient Israel Explored 7.00 Nzone Focus 7.30 Songs of Praise 8.05 Precious Memories 8.30 Turning Point 9.30 The Bible Series 11.00 Gospel Music of Johnny Cash 12.00 Hour of Power 1.00 Nzone Focus 1.30 Songs of Praise 2.05 Precious Memories 2.30 Turning Point 3.30 Ancient Israel Explored 4.00 Connection Point 4.30 Gospel Music 5.30 Quick Study

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03 307 0593 or 0508-453-696 North park drive

Stan Keeley, Owner

Ph 307-0002 - Mobile 021 88 34 36 PROFESSIONAL DECORATORS

LIGHT ENGINEERING / SHEET METAL FABRICATORS

We’re not the biggest...

• Trailer & Crate Repairs • Farm Crates/Bullbars • Panel Repairs • Tube and Pipe Bending • Component Manufacturing • Flashings/Ducting • Machinery Guards • Harvest Repairs • Moisture Meters • Grain Spears

...but our clients are more than satisfied. The Finishing Company 03 307 8870 or 0274 444 856 Paint, Plaster (Rockcote), Factory Spray Lacquer, Specialist Coatings/Textures (Resin & Stone Floors)

Phone 308-9040 • 21 McNally Street, Ashburton Ask for: Luis or Mark

EmErgEncyglass glassrEpairs rEpairs EmErgEncy

painting & Decorating contractors

if you are renovating or building a new home you need someone to trust in all your painting and Decorating neeDS – commercial or residential. • Interior decorating • Exterior decorating • Wallpapering • Waterblasting • roof painting

There when you need us with a Fast reliable service plus

No extra Call-Out fee for urgent after-hours work

ashburton glass Works 11 peter street, peter Broome gordon allan

11 peterashburton street, ashburton Tel:Tel: (03)(03) 308308 3918 3918 a/H:a/H: (021)(021) 716 716 157 157

Greg Trudgeon

For any enquiries call us today on Ph/Fax 308-8432 Mob 0274 332 259

Got a tree troubling you?

HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER LICENCING

You need Four Seasons Treecare, your local tree experts! • Pruning • Felling • Branch chipping (up to 12”)

Certified Assessor for licencing from Learner to Full • Licence classer 2 - 5 • Wheels, tracks & roller endorsements • NZTA Certified • Tranzqual Assessor Drive Rite - But Keep Left

• Hedge trimming • Powerline clearance • Stumpgrinding • Dismantling

Contact Paul McCormick

Phone 03 307 7402 Mob 027 433 5766

0800 559 255 for a free quote

CLEANErs EXECUTIVE HOME CLEANING (2012) We will clean anything from the mountains to the sea. Under new management.

Call sandra and the team on 03 307 8184 or 027 292 0180 Home • Commercial • Office

Alps

Continuous Spouting Need new spouting, fascia and downpipes? Give Ben a call for a free quote. All jobs guaranteed.

Manufacturers and installers of continuous spouting, fascia and downpipes. Ben Kruger • Phone 308 4380 or 021 808 739 • email: benkruger@xtra.co.nz


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

medical services LIFELINE - Toll-Free Number: 0800 353 353 HML ( Homecare Medical Limited) - Ring 0800 700 155 for FREE community services 24 hour health advice. ART GALLERY Phone 308 1133. Saturday and Sunday DUTY DOCTORS

PEST CONTROL • Fly Control • Fleas / Ants • Silverfish • Whitetails • Borer

• Rodents • Spider Proofing • Moss / Lichen • Silos / Dairy Sheds

Grant Smith 0800 BUG OFF

Smithfield Rd, Ashburton

Smithy's Watch &Clock Repairs Why send your precious items away when they can be repaired locally by a fully qualified watchmaker. Collected and delivered back to your home within the Ashburton town boundary.

Phone Smithy’s for a free quote now on 307 8574

Full workshop to service any brands of small motors

do you need a service? CALL StewArt & HoLLAnd on

308-7182

details please telephone the Rakaia Medical Centre, ph 303 5002. Emergency phone 0800 700 155.

10am - 4pm.

ASHBURTON PUBLIC LIBRARY Havelock Street. Ph 308 7192.

COMMUNITY POOL WEEKEND HOURS Hours: Sat & Sun 7am - 7pm.

ASHBURTON MUSEUM

Baring Square East, Ashburton. Phone 308 3167 Open Saturday and Sunday 1pm - 4pm Closed Statutory Holidays only. Groups by arrangement - phone 308 3167

MAIL CLOSING TIMES

ASHBURTON MAIL CENTRE FAST POST: Mon - Fri 6pm STANDARD POST: Mon - Fri 6pm POST DELIVERY CENTRES — Allenton: Mon - Fri 5pm Tinwald: Mon - Fri 5pm Methven: Mon - Fri 4.30pm PHARMACIES Mon - Fri 4.30pm Unichem Ashburton Pharmacy, cnr East and Burnett Streets, will be Rakaia: open from 9.30am until 12.30pm Saturday and from 10.30am until 12 ASHBURTON’S STREET RECEIVERS — Business Area: Mon - Fri 5pm noon Sunday and from 6.30pm until 7pm both evenings. Residential Area: Mon - Fri 1pm Ashburton Hospital DOES NOT provide an accident and emergency service. Except in cases of emergency persons requiring medical attention must consult their own or the duty general practitioner. Persons subsequently requiring treatment at Ashburton Hospital must have a general practitioners referral note.

HOSPITAL VISITING HOURS

ASHBURTON HOSPITAL GENERAL WARDS — (Medical and Surgical): DAILY, 2pm until 4pm & 6pm until 7.30pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult. CHALMERS WARD (including Assessment, Treatment & Rehabilitation Unit) — OPEN VISITING. MATERNITY WARD — DAILY, 10am - 8pm. Husbands and patient’s own children may visit the patient from 7am - 10pm. TUARANGI HOME (Cameron Street) — DAILY, unrestricted visiting. ASHBURTON REST HOMES: COLDSTREAM HOUSE — DAILY, unrestricted visiting. CAMERON COURTS — DAILY, unrestricted visiting. PRINCES COURT — DAILY, unrestricted visiting.

EMERGENCY DENTIST

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

INFORMATION CENTRES

ASHBURTON — Saturday 10am until 2pm. Sunday CLOSED. Public holidays from 10am until 2pm. Phone 308-1050. METHVEN — Saturday and Sunday 10am until 3pm. Phone 302-8955 or methven@i-site.org

animal services DOG, STOCK & NOISE CONTROL - 24 hour service,

phone Ashburton District Council 03-307-7700. If you do not have or cannot contact your regular dentist, please MID CANTERBURY SPCA phone 027 683 0679 for the name of the rostered weekend dentist in Christchurch. Hours 9am-5pm, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. WEEKEND EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: All enquiries - Inspector John Keeley, 308 4432 or 0274 342 646

• Husqvarna • Gardena • McCulloch • Flymo • Honda • Briggs & Stratton • Victa • Lawn Master • Robin / Mikasa P 307 7055 F 308 8116

5 Range Street, Riverside Industrial Park, Ashburton

This service is for emergency medical care only. Please remember your Community Services Card. Dr Sparks, Moore Street Medical Centre, will be the duty doctor for Saturday until 8am Sunday. He will hold surgery from 10am until 12noon and from 6pm until 7pm. No appointment necessary. Surgery phone 308 3066. Emergency phone until 8am Sunday 0800 700 155. Dr Cox, Moore Street Medical Centre, will be the duty doctor for Sunday until 8am Monday. She will hold surgery from 10am until 12noon and from 6pm until 7pm. No appointment necessary. Surgery phone 308 3066. Emergency phone until 8am Monday 0800 700 155. METHVEN & RAKAIA AREA - For weekend doctor and emergency

Monday 10am -4pm via rear door.

Specialists in: Sales, installation and repairs of domestic and commercial, refrigeration, air conditioning, dairy farm refrigeration, electrical wiring and appliance repairs.

helpline services ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

MID CANTERBURY ANIMAL SHELTER

Contact (cats) Andrea 021 892 939 or (dogs) Dawn 021 828 350 Call 0800 AA WORKS (0800 229 6757) or 027 857 2133 or visit www. VETERINARIANS alcoholics-anonymous.org.nz for more information. If you want to drink VETLIFE ASHBURTON - Phone 307 5195, cnr East Street and that’s your business, if you want to stop that’s ours. Smithfield Road. The duty vets are: Large: John Achten. Small: Alex Avery. Saturday morning clinic: 9am - 12 noon. MENTAL HEALTH - Call free on 0800 222 955. Ask for the Crisis Team. VET ENT RIVERSIDE - Phone 308 2321, 1 Smallbone Drive. The duty vets for emergencies are: Large: Nathan Roberts. Small: Juan Gray, SAFE CARE - ~ 24 hour rape and sexual assault crisis Richard Wright Full emergency service all weekend. Saturday morning support. Phone 03 364 8791 clinic: 9am - 12 noon. CARE VETS - Ph 308 2327, 246 Tancred Street. The duty vet for this VICTIMS SUPPORT GROUP ~ 24 hour number Freephone 0800 VICTIM (0800 842 846) - direct dials to a volunteer. weekend is:refer to VET ENT RIVERSIDE. Saturday morning clinic: Ashburton office - 307 8409 week-days, 9am - 2pm - outside of these 10am - 2pm. hours leave a message on answer-phone. CANTERBURY VETS - Phone 307 0686, West Street Clinic, Main Road, The duty vet is: Jade Hackney. Ashburton Saturday morning ALCOHOL DRUG HELPLINE - Call us free on (0800 787 Methven. clinic: 9am - 12 noon. 797). Lines open 10am - 10pm seven days.

230 Burnett St, Ashburton

P 308-7182 F 308-1155 A/H Serviceman 021-597-517 W stewartandholland.co.nz E enquiries@stewartandholland.co.nz

HEAT PUMPS KEEP YOUR HOME THE PERFECT TEMPERATURE

HEAT PUMPS Perfect all year round

• Wall or Floor mounted available • Most models will continue to heat even with outside temperatures of minus 15°C

electriCOOL Ltd

Phone Paul Crequer, your local authorised Daikin dealer for a free quote on all domestic and commercial systems.

GUARDIAN CLASSIFIEDS PHONE 307 7900

Turn your unwanted items into cash with a FREE advertisement in the Ashburton Guardian classifieds*. Special conditions apply*. Up to 24 words, private parties only. Does not apply to Real Estate or Situation Vacant advertising.

Clip this coupon and deliver to The Ashburton Guardian office the Friday prior to publication

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The destination for jobs - Over 30 jobs every week The meeting place for Ashburton District employers and employees To place an ad, call 307-7900 or classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

Tractor Operator Experienced Support Worker Healthvision has been operating for over 12 years supporting people to live independently in their own home and community.

Laboratory Technicians Two Vacancies – One Full-time One Part-time CMP Canterbury Ltd is an exporter of lamb and beef with modern production facilities near Ashburton.

We require a male support worker who has experience looking after people with brain injury. You need to be passionate and committed to providing exceptional care and be able to support people out in the community.

We require the services of two Laboratory Technicians to work at our LAS-approved laboratory in Seafield Road. Ideally, the applicants will have a microbiology background (NZCS/BSC degree or previous laboratory experience).

You will need to demonstrate good communication skills and hold a full driver’s license. There are a variety of shifts available (including some weekend work).

These positions include a rotational roster.

Healthvision offer:

• • • •

Ability to work as part of a team Enthusiastic and positive attitude Versatile and flexible Good communication skills.

The successful applicant will be professional, have an eye for detail and take pride in providing a quality service. They must be prepared to work longer hours during peak times. A competitive remuneration will be negotiated based on experience. Only those applications with at least three years contracting experience will be considered. Apply by email to admin@colemanag.co.nz

• Accredited training • Good remuneration • Friendly and supportive team

The successful applicants will demonstrate the following:

We are a busy agricultural contracting business looking for an experienced tractor operator. We operate a modern and maintained fleet and undertake a variety of drilling and cultivation work for a broad client base.

or post CV to Bridge Street, Arundel RD 22 Geraldine

For further information please call Sandra McIntyre or Lata Scholten on our freephone 0508 733 377 or send your CV to sandra.mcintyre@healthvision.co.nz

Enquiries to Sharon Connelly, phone (03) 302 7699. If you want to make a difference in a growing company, please apply online at www.careers.anzcofoods.com

HARD TO FIND ITEM?

No emailed or posted CVs will be accepted.

Place your classified advert via your sales rep. BRIAN TIERNAN

ADVERTISING CONSULTANT

TEL MOB

Barista Required Saturdays and Sundays. 10am - 3pm. Must be experienced. $17 per hour.

Part-time Front of House/Barista Also required. Must be experienced. Please send C.V. only to:

The Lake House RD 4 Lake Hood 7774

03 307 7907 021 836 543

Duty Manager and Part Time Bar Person Do you have personality plus and enjoy meeting people? We have part time work available for a Duty Manager (approx 3 nights a week), potentially full time including functions at the Hotel. Also part time bar staff required. Email your CV to Naomi manager@turfbar.co.nz, or call into the bar for an application.

Finding it is easier when you place an ad in the Guardian! Phone: Classifieds 03 307 7900 Email: classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

Guardian Classifieds Phone 307 7900 TLC for your VIP

If Guardian photographers missed you at Ashburton maternity, you can send your photographs and details to photographers@theguardian.co.nz

Quality Preschool

Directors: Annie Smith and Brenda Leonard Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm, Phone 308 2959, Main South Road

291012-KG-029

Arriving two weeks early, Casey Margaret Molloy is welcomed by parents Brigid and Brendon Molloy and older brother Aden, 27 months. Casey arrived on 27 October weighing 6lb 9oz.

081112-tM-034 photo Supplied

Proud parents Dean Thomson and Kylie Barwell would like to welcome the safe arrival of Sophie Rose Thomson, born on October 17 weighing 7lb 4.5oz.

Annie Vince and Mark Hillier are happy to announce the arrival of their first baby, Riley Myles Michael Hillier, born on November 5 weighing 6lb 2oz.


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Part-time Position Available with cleaning company, Monday - Friday. 15-20 hours per week after 6pm. For more information, please phone

021 257 7370

Project / Sales Manager Greg Donaldson Contracting is an Ashburton based general contracting company, supplying materials and services to the wider Mid Canterbury area. These services range from civil construction to residential and rural works. We are looking for a Project Manager to manage assigned projects and sites, along with project teams. The Project Manager is expected to take ownership of projects and the clients required specifications. The ideal candidate for this role shall meet the following:

Part-Time Relief Driver Required for mail run. The successful applicant would also be required some days during school holidays.

Please phone 308 4164

Guardian Classifieds

 Minimum of five years experience  Experience in all areas of earthmoving – civil  Proven ability to supervise projects  Experience in budget management  Demonstrated ability to interpret, evaluate and analyse plans, diagrams and sketches provided  Excellent computer literacy  Hold a valid New Zealand drivers licence, minimum of Class 1 Please send a C.V., supplying at least two referees, prior to 23 November 2012, to: Greg Donaldson Contracting P O Box 439 Ashburton

Bunnings Trade – Account Manager

Head Teacher

Ashburton/Christchurch We are seeking an experienced Account Manager to be a part of the Southern Region Trade team to work out of the Ashburton store and Hornby Trade Centre. The suitable person will be self-motivated and well organised, having proven initiative and ability to think outside the box. You will identify and secure new business for both residential housing and commercial construction as well as maintaining and building relationships with our existing key accounts. We will support you with an extensive product range in timber, panels, roofing, hardware, paint, tools, building products and quoting facilities and support team. You will need an absolute commitment to customer service and follow-up, negotiation skills to close a sale and sufficient administrative skills for accurate reporting and documentation. You will also need a good knowledge of house construction, products and tools. A building industry background would be advantageous. We offer an enjoyable and rewarding working environment with a strong focus on customer service, safety, ongoing learning and development and real opportunities for advancement. Package includes a competitive base salary, plus incentive scheme and a company vehicle. You will also enjoy benefits including superannuation, share plan membership and immediate buying privileges. As part of the Bunnings team you will also have the chance to make a real difference in your community and environment. If you are interested, please contact: Tim Trowell, Area phone: 027 200 2034, or email: tim.trowell@bunnings.co.nz

Sales

Manager,

Ashburton Kindergarten Aubrey Mason Ashburton Kindergartens have a vacancy for a suitably qualified ECE Teacher to work in a permanent full-time Head Teacher position. If you have ECE qualifications, full Teacher Registration and would be interested in taking a leadership role in the kindergarten environment we would like to hear from you.

For further information phone 03 308 3779 or email

association@ashkindy.co.nz

The number Mid Canterbury is sold on!

or Email: donaldsoncontracting@xtra.co.nz Enquiries in the first instance to Greg Donaldson 0274 326 915

phone 307 7900

Guardian Classifieds

Phone 307 7900

Advertising Administrator Position Are you looking for a fast paced, exciting job, where there is never a dull moment? This position will provide you with a great opportunity to join a team of highly motivated newspaper people. We have a vacancy for a person who is sharp with figures, has an eye for detail, and a high level of accuracy to take responsibility for the booking of advertising and the layout of the daily newspaper and other Ashburton Guardian publications. The ideal candidate will be bright and energetic, with an exceptional people orientated approach. • Computer skill essential, knowledge of InDesign/Photoshop is an advantage. • You will need to work under pressure. • Have a calm, pleasant manner to deal with the fast pace of a daily newspaper. • Charging of advertisements. • Liasing with advertising agencies and sales consultants. You will offer the sales manager administration support while dealing with every department in the business on a day to day basis, so a can do attitude is mandatory. We will provide you with the training and support to handle a busy schedule in a professional manner.

Legal Executive/Secretary and

Receptionist/Legal Support (2 roles)

Cooney Silva Evatt is a leading Ashburton law firm that has been established for more than 80 years. We are looking for strong applicants to fill two permanent full time vacancies in our busy team.

Legal Executive/Senior Legal Secretary This role involves a variety of work including rural, commercial and property transactions along with a number of other matters. The successful applicant may be a qualified legal executive, or have extensive office experience, together with excellent administration skills. A high degree of initiative and the ability to work unsupervised is required.

Receptionist/Legal Support This role involves the provision of first class reception duties, along with quality legal and administrative support to our Staff Solicitor and one of our Directors. Because of the dual nature of the role, the ability to effectively prioritise is important. For both roles, we are looking for top performers with the right attitude. We offer market leading levels of remuneration and excellent training opportunities, including the chance to complete formal legal executive qualifications. Please apply in writing to our Practice Manager, Jo Preston, by email (jlp.con@cselaw.co.nz).

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Porter Mechanical Ltd is the workshop service provider for the Porter Group of Companies, servicing new and used construction equipment. When you join the Porter Group you will enjoy employee benefits such as: • Subsidised medical insurance for yourself and your family • Full PPE and uniforms provided • Product training • Excellent career development opportunities that come with being part of a large organization Due to an increase in work load we are looking for a qualified mechanic to join our team in Ashburton. The position entails mechanical repairs both in the workshop and in the field. Also, when required, pre-delivery tests for sold new and used equipment. The successful applicant will be; • A self starter • Be a good time manager • Have three to four years experience in servicing earthmoving equipment • Be able to diagnose faults and carry out repairs • Be customer focused • Be able to work with minimum supervision • Have a full class one licence • Have an HT licence • WTR endorsement and advantage but not a requirement If this sounds like you and you would like to work for a progressive nationwide company send your CV and application to

andrew.scammell@portergroup.co.nz

Applicants for this position should have New Zealand residency or a valid New Zealand work permit.

Applications close on 23 November 2012.

Please apply in writing with confidence by 5pm Thursday 15th of November to:Erika Jury P O Box 77 Ashburton 7740 Somerset House Burnett Street, Ashburton or email erika.j@theguardian.co.nz

Heavy Diesel Field Service Mechanic

Let us solve your people puzzle

EMMA JAILLET-GODIN

ADVERTISING CONSULTANT

TEL MOB EML

03 307 7936 021 662 884 emma.j@theguardian.co.nz

Advertise your vacancies with the Guardian today

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The destination for jobs - Over 30 jobs every week The meeting place for Ashburton District employers and employees To place an ad, call 307-7900 or classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

Class 2 and 4 Truck Drivers

General Manager Rural Transport Ltd is a well established transport company based in Ashburton with depots at Kurow and Fairlie. They operate a fleet of approximately 50 vehicles with over 60 drivers, administration, sales and operational staff. Stock, bulk, container and general freight, spreading and warehousing and storage make up the revenue streams with the main customer group being most sectors of the farming community.

Talley’s Ashburton is looking to employ Truck Drivers for this upcoming pea and corn harvest, starting early December. A Class 4 licence is preferable however there will be an opportunity for successful applicants with a Class 2 licence to be trained and gain a Class 4 licence.

Due to unexpected illness, the incumbent is retiring and the board are seeking a General Manager with experience in the transport sector, preferably rural based. Success in sales is a key requirement. This is a role that requires commitment to customer service. The diverse workload leads to a requirement for team leadership skills and ability to work flexible hours. The successful applicant will likely have strong customer service skills, experience in transport fleet operations, strategic and leadership skills and an overview understanding of financial reports.

In return we offer you modern equipment, good wages with the opportunity for overtime, and a busy working environment.

Mid & South Canterbury, North Otago and Mackenzie are busy agricultural regions offering opportunities for recreational and outdoor interests with a great lifestyle.

Pea Harvest Drivers

A competitive remuneration package will be negotiated.

Talley’s Ashburton is looking to employ Harvester Drivers for this upcoming pea harvest.

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We are looking for an experienced driver to join our team. With a modern fleet of well maintained gear, good work hours and a friendly atmosphere, we provide an excellent work environment and the opportunity to progress.

We offer the following: Excellent remuneration. A varied, interesting and seasonally changing role. Training as required. Prospect of promotion within our business. This is a full time position commencing immediately.

Please email applications/enquiries to: todd@andrewjacksoncontracting.co.nz or phone 027 279 8926

SITUATIONS WANTED I HAVE had 9½ years experience as farming assistants, including tractor work, milking, sheep farming, Phone Brian 027-508-0959. RACEHORSE trainer job wanted, Ashburton area. Phone Julie 021-185-2189.

Place your classified advert via your sales rep. ASHLEIGH FRASER

ADVERTISING CONSULTANT

TEL MOB

03 307 7975 021 892 425

Driller / Locator DDC are looking for a locator to join a team working a JT2720 drill with Ditch Witch locator equipment. Experience would be an advantage, but full training would be given to the right person willing to learn and work as a team. Licences 1-5 WTR are a must, as this position requires operation of associated machinery. DDC is based in Ashburton and work mainly in the local area. If you possess the above attributes and are keen and hard working, please send a C.V., supplying at least two referees, prior to 23 November 2012, to: Directional Drilling Company NZ Ltd P O Box 439 Ashburton or Email: donaldsoncontracting@xtra.co.nz Enquiries in the first instance to Greg Donaldson 0274 326 915

Guardian Classifieds Phone 307 7900

If either of the above interests you, apply in writing or phone for an appointment: Talley’s Group Ltd, PO Box 244, Ashburton, email recruitment@ash.talleys.co.nz or phone (03) 307 9600. Applications close Friday 23rd November 2012.

www.talleys.co.nz

Machine Operators/Drivers

Job Description • Routine driving and maintenance of a truck and trailer unit • Some operation and maintenance of baling and forage harvesting equipment including: wrappers, tractors, loaders, round balers, square balers, rakes, tedders. Requirements • Positive and friendly attitude • Good communication skills • Ability to work in a team environment • Class 4 or 5 heavy vehicle drivers licence essential • Experience with baling and forage harvesting equipment or other heavy machinery an advantage

Experience would be an advantage although not essential as full training will be provided.

Rooney Earthmoving is one of New Zealand’s leading privately owned civil contractors specialising in earthworks and civil projects. The organisation Rachel Proof read by:_______________________________ With: _______________________________ Date:____________________ employs over 215 staff and operates a significant fleet of heavy machinery in the central South Island. The company is currently appointing: • Experienced Scraper Operators. • Skilled Digger Operators who can cut batters and trim to levels. job: C42895 • Truck and Trailer Drivers with spreading and self-loading experience. size: 14 x 2 format: b&w • Loader and Screen Operator publication run date position sortat thecost (excl These are permanent positions based Ashburton and reporting to the Area$644.00 Press Sat 10 NovBranch Transport & Logistics Manager. The positions are available immediately Wed 14 Nov $553.56 for a significant program of future construction Sat 17 Nov $free work. Wed 21 Nov $553.56 Applicants toVacant apply to: Ashburton Guardian Sat 10 NovneedSit $326.20 The Area Manager, PO Box 403, Ashburton 7740 Wed 14 Nov $260.40 Phone: (03) 308 6011 Sat 17 Nov email: Andrew.Ree@rooneygroup.co.nz $326.20 Wed 21 Nov $260.40 Timaru Herald Sat 10 Nov Sit Vacant $225.12 Wed 14 Nov $225.12 Golden Stockfoods is located in Tinwald and Sat 17 Nov $225.12 specialises in producing high quality supplement Wed 21 Nov $225.12 and concentrate feeds. TradeMe x 2 $259.14 We are looking for someone who is motivated to Seek x 2 $500.00 Mt Somers Springburn School work to a high standard and meet production targets, often within tight time frames. This role Fixed Term Scale A teacher for 2013 requires you to efficiently operate pelleting plant school year, likely Y4-5 and other blending equipment with care, to We need a teacher who builds positive relationships accurately batch ingredients and to pack product. with people, who is responsive and reflective and who We have direct contact with customers so a high brings enthusiasm, energy and innovation to the job. level of customer service and professionalism is You will work alongside collaborative, hard-working required. A forklift license is desired and some and enthusiastic professionals who enjoy a positive fun weekend work may be required to keep up with environment. Beginning teachers welcome to apply. production demands.

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Machine Operator/ Production Assistant

We are seeking someone who will fit into a close knit team of non-smoking, mostly healthy eating types, who subscribe to the what-ever-it-takes motto. Preference will be given to someone from within the industry or a related role. Apply with covering letter and CV by November 20, 2012 to: Essential Nutrition Ltd, 41D Birmingham Drive, Christchurch, 8024 or email to admin@essentialnutrition.co.nz

Applications close 4pm, Friday 16 November 2012. Applications (including CV and covering letter) to The Principal, Mt Somers Springburn School, RD 1, Ashburton. For a job description visit www.mtss.school.nz

Guardian Classifieds Phone 307 7900


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8.00am. ST STEPHENS ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion, Park Street. 8.30am. HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC CHURCH. Mass. Thomson Street, Tinwald. 9.00am. Barhill St John’s Church. Holy Communion, all welcome. 9.30am. ST PAUL’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Morning worship, all welcome. 65 Oxford Street. 9.30am. ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Worship Service, 48 Allens Road. Allenton. 9.30am. ASHBURTON METHODIST PARISH. Worship Service, Church lounge, Baring Square East. 10.00am. ST ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. with Rev David Brown. Cnr Havelock and Park Streets. 10.00am. HOLY NAME CATHOLIC CHURCH, Mass. Sealy Street. 10.00am. ST ANDREW’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion every Sunday. 151-153 Thomson Street. 10.00am. ST STEPHENS ANGLICAN CHURCH. Holy Communion. Park Street. 10.00am - 3.00pm. ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. Classic aircraft on display. Ashburton Airport, Seafield Road. 10.30am. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH. Worship God and study his word. 37 Alford Forest Rd, (In Polytechic building). 1.00pm - 4.00pm. ASHBURTON VINTAGE CAR CLUB. Museum open. Maronan Road, Tinwald. 2.00pm. WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. Drawn doubles, change partners. Waireka croquet club, the domain, Philip Street. 7.00pm. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH. Worship God and study his word. 37 Alford Forest Rd, (In Polytechic building). 7.00pm. ST ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. with Rev David Brown in the Sinclair Centre. Park Street.

Angel Spooner Happy Birthday Angel. 6 years old. Lots of love from Nanny, Papa and whanau. Ben Wallington Happy 8th Birthday Ben. Hope you have a great day. Love Mum, Dad, Abbie and Catelyn. xxxx Ben Wallington Happy 8th Birthday. Have an awesome day. Love Gran, Grandad, Nan, Pop, Aunts, Uncles and Great Grandparents. xxxx Tilly O’Shaughnessy Happy 8th Birthday. Love you beyond the numbers and the stars. Mummy, Daddy, Zac and Eilish. xoxoxo

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9.30am-12.30pm. ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY. Open. Methodist Church hall, Baring Square East. 10.00am - 12noon. ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP. Open for research, non members welcome. Upstairs old Polytech Building. 254 Cameron Street. 10.00am - 12.00pm. VINTAGE CAR CLUB. Museum and parts shed open. Maronan Road, Tinwald. 10.00am - 3.00pm. ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM,

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9.00am. ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Real Women Circuit Training in hall. 48 Allens Road. Allenton. 9.00am - 4.00pm. ASHBURTON BUDGET ADVISORY SERVICE INC. For free budget advice and workshop enquiries. Phone 307-0496. 60 Cass Street, Consultancy House. 9.30am. AGE CONCERN. Ladies exercise group. Senior Centre, Cameron Street. 9.30am-12.30pm. ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY. Open. Methodist Church hall, Baring Square East. 10.00am. CARDIAC COMPANIONS. Fortnightly meeting, exercises and occasional speakers. Buffalo Lodge Hall, Cox Street. 10.30am. AGE CONCERN. Men’s exercise group. Senior Centre, Cameron Street. 10.30am. PRESBYTERIAN SUPPORT. Walking group, walk and talk, get fit and meet new people. Meet outside the Hockey Pavilion, Walnut Avenue. 1.00pm - 3.00pm. ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM, Classic aircraft on display in Heritage hangar RNZAF Aermacchi RAF Harrier GR3. Seafield Road. Seafield Road.

1.00pm - 3.00pm. PRESBYTERIAN SUPPORT. Multi Cultural Playgroup. at the Plunket Rooms Cameron St. 6.00pm. ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Real Women Circuit Training in hall. 48 Allens Road. Allenton. 6.30pm - 8.15pm. M.S.A. DANCE SECTION. Dance your favourite dance, check our noticeboard in the foyer for our itinerary . All welcome. M.S.A. Havelock Street. 7.00pm. ASHBURTON INDOOR VOLLEYBALL. 4-a-side competition for people of all abilities. Ashburton College Main Gym. 7.30pm. CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAGUE. Euchre commences this evening. All Welcome. Cnr Winter and Burnett Street Parish Centre.

Tilly O’Shaughnessy Happy 8th Birthday. Lots of love, Nanny, Poppy, Nanny B, Basil and the Ginger Ninja.

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Contract C617: Footpath Resurfacing, Ashburton District 2012/2013 Tenders are invited for the asphaltic resurfacing of approximately 4.42 km of urban footpaths in Ashburton, Chertsey, Hinds, Methven, Mt Somers and Rakaia in the Ashburton District. The work includes removal of existing surfacing and minor smoothing as pre-surfacing repairs and construction of new asphalt surfacing including re-levelling of utility service covers. Documents for this contract are available from Roading and Street Services, Ashburton District Council, PO Box 94, 5 Baring Square West, Ashburton. Phone (03) 307 7700, fax (03) 308 1836. All inquiries should be directed to Rodger Harris, Roading and Street Services Contracts Officer. Tenders for this contract close with the Chief Executive at 4.00 pm on Tuesday 27 November 2012. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R ROUSE Operations Manager

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Do you have back pain? When your spine is out of balance, this can affect subtle activities such as sleeping, standing and walking normally, even your ability to make good day to day decisions. Andre is now available for appointments on Tuesdays only.

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TRADES & SERVICES ROOFING - for all your roofing requirements, new roofs, reroofing, commercial, insurance claims, repairs. Licensed building practitioner, Wiki, Vision Roofing, phone 027-4760203.

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CENTRAL & SPACIOUS

TILING. For guaranteed professional workmanship and all your tiling needs see Linton Muir at Skip 2 It Tiling, 240 Burnett Street. Ph 308-0266, cell 027-2225432. AH ph 308-0131.

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OPEN HOME $265,000 WEB ID AU27214 RAKAIA 46 Mackie Street Three bedroom brick home on large section. Ideal family home handy to shops and school. Good garaging and useful sheds. Open plan living spilling onto sunny patio. Mature trees and shrubs VIEW Sunday 11 Nov 1.00 - 1.45pm

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AVAILABLE RENTALS 367 Burnett St Four bedrooms Web ID AS449 $380 per week 315C Tancred Street Three bedrooms Web ID AS452 $340 per week 108 Princes Street Three bedrooms Web ID AS455 $320 per week 275A Tancred Street Two bedrooms Web ID AS456 $310 per week 76B Aitken Street Three bedrooms $325 per week 37 River Terrace Three bedrooms + extra living area $360 per week References required

Alana 0274-736-825 Michelle 027-77-66-497

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Rentals 77B McMurdo Street: Brand new, 3 bdrms, ensuite, heat pump, internal access double garage. $400 pw 9 Blackford Street, Methven: Spacious 3 bedrm home. Log burner, nitestore and dishwasher. Double garage $280 pw 48 Lampard Street, Methven: Large 5 bdrm home. Ensuite with spa bath. Log burner. Double garage and swimming pool. $430 pw 240 Coleridge Road, Terrace Downs: Fully furnished 2 bdrm Villa. $500 pw 663 Coleridge Road, Terrace Downs: Fully furnished, 3 bdrms, 2 bathrooms, open plan, gas fire & heat pump. Double garage with internal access. $675 pw

Call Annie on 03 308 4018 or AH 027 287 3388

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Rentals ¾ Pratley Cres, Hampstead, three bedrooms $295 per week

¾ Harrison St, Allenton, three bedrooms, $350 per week ¾ Cross St, Allenton, three bedrooms, $330 per week, 3-6 month lease

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ENTERTAINMENT

Smokey’s Country Show Smokey Marshall and his group of entertainers return 2pm - Senior Centre Sunday, Nov 18, 2012 Admission $5

FOR SALE

landscape supplies

• Bark • Oamaru stone • Rocks • Organic compost • Sand • Screened soil • Home deliveries available Plus much more FREE loan trailer available! From a shovel load to a trailer load. Dobson Street West Ph: 307 8302

Great range of programmes Aoraki’s programmes are vocationally orientated and have been developed in collaboration with industry. They will equip you well for employment and provide a firm foundation for future study.

AgRicULTURE ANd HORTicULTURE ARTS ANd dESigN BEAUTY ANd HAiRdRESSiNg BUSiNESS ANd TOURiSM HEALTH ANd EdUcATiON t

37 Alford Forest Road

(Aoraki Polytechnic) Sunday Morning 10.30am Sunday Evening 7pm Wed Bible Study 7pm We hope to see you this Sunday!

For more info please call Pastor Mike Grove 308 4695

Heart to God And Hand to Man Celebration Service and Children’s Programme

10.00am You’re very welcome! Cnr Cass & Cameron St 308 7610 - 308 7062

Jubilee Christian Fellowship 10am Every Sunday All Welcome

Why wait for tomorrow. Healing is yours now!!

Cnr Cass & Havelock Sts, Phone 308 5409 Website www.ashburtonbaptist.co.nz

206 Cameron Street Pastors Jim & Ida Heath Ph 308 7511

National Certificate in Animal Care (Level 2) Certificate in Parenting and Care of Children (Level 2) Certificate in Early Childhood Studies (Level 3) Diploma in Childbirth Education (Level 5) New Zealand Certificate in Nanny Education (Level 5)* Certificate in Life Skills (Level 1) Intensive English (English as a Second Language) Te Reo Rangatira (Level 3) Certificate in Adult Learning and Teaching (Level 5) Certificate in Health Studies (Level 4) National Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Support (Level 4) Diploma in Social Services (Level 5) National Certificate in Science (Level 4) Certificate in Laboratory Technician Skills (Level 3)

HOSPiTALiTY iNFORMATiON TEcHNOLOgY MEdiA OUTdOOR EdUcATiON & SPORT TRAdES

Marquee & Event Hire Marquees Luxury Restrooms Tables, Chairs & Accessories Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware Chiller Trailer

Phone 03 308 8893 www.petermay.co.nz

RURAL TRADING POST

CAT D8 and 40 tonne STOCK - buy or sell through excavator for hire. Phone the Ashburton Guardian 027-474-5243. classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

For all of our programmes visit www.aoraki.ac.nz or phone 0800 426 725 All programmes *subject tosupporting approval and your sufficient numbers success

FREE BUS for 2013 to the Timaru Campus*

10am Morning Service

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Speaker: Pastor David Jensen Next step November LIFE 2 da MAX (Kids Church) Creche Available Refreshments to follow 4.30pm Hour of Power YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE VERY WELCOME

ENROL NOW - FEBRUARY START

Assembly Of God Sunday Meeting 10.30am Hakatere Marae SH1, Fairton You are welcome Enquiries Phone 308-8699

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Ashburton Christian School

VINTAGE 1939 Allis Chalmers B tractor. Good runner, original sound condition. Phone 308-0020. TradeMe listing 525829196 or details and history.

SPECIALISED SERVICES

Information Evening

Hours: Mon-Fri: 7.30am - 5pm Sat: 7.30am - 12 noon

RURAL TRADING POST CAN’T find what you are looking for? Advertise in the Wanted section of the Ashburton Guardian. Phone 307-7900.

your success

¾ Cameron St, Allenton, three bedrooms, $320 per week

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IMPORTANT announcements, share them with Mid Canterbury in the Guardian classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

Church Services

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HIRE

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EDUCATION

Mid Canterbury Netball is currently seeking applications for coaches/selectors/managers for representative teams for the 2013 season for the following teams:

A U17 U15 U14 Junior A Junior B Junior Development Y7 Applications forms are available on the Mid Canterbury Netball web pagewww.mcnetball.co.nz/representative/ vacancies, or with the Administrator 308 4685 or email midcantnetball@xtra.co.nz Applications close Friday 30 November 2012.

The next meeting of the Ashburton Trust Board will be held in the Head Office Board Room Level 1, Somerset House, Cnr East + Burnett Streets, Ashburton on Thursday 15 November 2012 at 4:30pm Giles Beal Chief Executive

RURAL TRADING POST FEED wheat and barley available, direct from experienced grower. Phone 302-1814 or 027-221-1408. WANTED. Standing grass and lucerne. Phone Donald 027- 279-8704.

Year 9 beginning 2013 & Year 10 beginning 2014 (pending Ministry Approval) The board and staff of ACS invite you to an information evening to find out more about our plans for expansion into Years 9 and 10. ¾Tuesday 13 November 7:30pm ¾Ashburton Christian School, 119 Albert Street If you cannot make the evening; call the office to make an appointment with the principal. Spaces are currently available for special character applicants only (MoE regulation). Tim Kuipers (Principal) David Bayne (Board Chair) Phone (03) 307 6340, Email office@acs.school.nz

NEED family legal aid? Contact Everist Gilchrist Lawyers, 03-307-7441.

TRADES & SERVICES BUILDERS, carpenters bricklayers, all advertise in the Ashburton Guardian classifieds. Phone 307-7900. CARPET 2 YOU. For your installation and sales. Phone Mike Gill 027-491-4210. 30 years + tradesman. CLIENTS are waiting to hear of your services in the Connections section of the Ashburton Guardian newspaper. Phone 307-7900. FOR: Welding – Mig, Arc, Mild steel fabrication. Sandblasting. Competitive Rates – Quality assured. Phone Kurt at Action Sandblasting Ltd. 027-3324549 or 308-4226 HOME handyman available. Minor repairs, painting etc. Ph 027-677-1952.


ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Saturday, November 10, 2012

Guardian Classifieds the destination for...

ADULT ENTERTAINMENT

FOR SALE

FOR Rent: two bedroom NEW Asian, pretty, size 6, unit, Nelson Street. $250pw. slim, busty, sexy body, nice massage. Phone 021-215Phone 0274-805-662. 3297, Patty. GET in touch with renters. Place an advertisement in BUSINESS WANTED, SELL the Guardian Classifieds. Phone 307-7900. QUICK sale of your business in the Ashburton Guardian Classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

HOUSE or cottage wanted in Winchmore Greenstreet area, for responsible, rural working couple. Phone 027-415-2643.

WORK for yourself by owning your own business, advertised in the Ashburton Guardian Classifieds in the Business Sell section. To place Classifieds phone 307-7900.

MY owners are looking for a 3-4 bedroom house, They are three hard working professionals. I’m an easy going, house trained springer spaniel. Ideally south Ashburton but will consider other options. Phone Jason 302-7534.

JOHN Deere 6120 loader tractor, 4130 hrs. Berend 4 meter chisel plough with rear drawbar. Claas Liner 470T hay rake. Phone 027344-9414. KIDZ Korner Sale. Toys and gifts include; Sylvanian Families, craft kits, dinosaurs, tool boxes, puzzles and kites and great Christmas presents. East Street. ATS supplier. ONE for free ‘For Sale’ classified advertisement in the Ashburton Guardian when you buy two. – Phone 307-7900.

TO LET: two bedroom middle unit. Park Street (town end). Fridge, NEW qualifications extend abilities, check w/machine, carpet only. your for training courses in Very tidy. Phone 308-2650. the Ashburton Guardian WANTED a house to rent, Classifieds under Education. 40yo male, no pets. Prefer rural, neg farm work/ FOR SALE milkings in lieu of rent. Phone 027-684-4759.

GARAGE SALES BARGAIN hunters can find treasure at Garage Sales advertised in the Guardian classifieds. Ph 307-7900.

GARAGE SALE – Show Weekend - Saturday 17th ADULT ENTERTAINMENT November. MOVING OVERSEAS – MASSIVE ARRAY OF FURNITURE, PLUS SIZED CLOTHING, ATTRACTIVE and busty. No GET in early. Dry firewood - SHOES, COSMETICS AND texting. Phone Zoe 021-023- $170 per load. Ph 027-439- MUCH MORE! 14 Wayne Place, Methven. 9am – 4pm. 39-259. 9322. FIREWOOD green old man pine $130. Green poplar $80. All 3.6m3. Phone Shane James Firewood 303-7063.

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Saturday, 10 November 2012

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LAKE COLERIDGE

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DARFIELD

Map for Saturday

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LYTTELTON

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LINCOLN Rakaia

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Auckland Hamilton Napier Palmerston North Wellington Nelson Blenheim Greymouth Christchurch Timaru Queenstown Dunedin Invercargill

TIMARU

23

Wind km/h less than 30 Waimate

30 to 59 60 plus

Tides, Sun, Moon and Fishing 6

Saturday 9 noon 3

6

9 pm am 3

6

Sunday 9 noon 3

6

9 pm am 3

6

Monday 9 noon 3

fine fine fine fine fine fine fine cloudy fine fine cloudy fine showers

6

9 pm

1

1:22 7:34 1:44 7:57 2:11 8:22 2:34 8:48 3:00 The times shown are for the Ashburton River mouth. For the Rangitata river mouth subtract 16 minutes and for the Rakaia river mouth subtract 6 minutes.

Rise 6:02 am Set 8:32 pm

Bad

Bad fishing

Rise 3:28 am Set 4:02 pm

New moon

14 Nov 11:09 am ©Copyright OceanFun Publishing Ltd.

Rise 6:01 am Set 8:33 pm

Bad

Bad fishing

Rise 3:58 am Set 5:14 pm

First quarter

21 Nov 3:33 am www.ofu.co.nz

9:10

Good fishing Rise 4:30 am Set 6:29 pm

Full moon

29 Nov 3:47 am

Maori Fishing Guide by Bill Hohepa

MOTORCYCLES

A.G.M.

RACING bikes, buy or sell in the Motorcycles section of the Ashburton Guardian Classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

November 22, 2012 7.30pm At Clubrooms All welcome

PLANTS & PRODUCE

Canterbury High Country

Areas of morning fog and low cloud but much of the day fine with high cloud. Northeasterlies developing about the coast in the afternoon and northwesterlies inland, spreading to the coast in the evening.

Mainly fine with increasing high cloud. Rain developing about the Divide during the afternoon. Wind at 1000m: NW developing, rising to gale 80 km/h in the afternoon. Wind at 2000m: NW, rising to severe gale 90 km/h in the afternoon.

MAX

22

OVERNIGHT MIN

10

MAX

19

OVERNIGHT MIN

6

MAX

12

OVERNIGHT MIN

4

MAX

14

OVERNIGHT MIN

5 TOMORROW

TOMORROWFZL: Lowering to 1700m evening

High cloud and northerlies. However, rain and southerlies spreading north during the evening and overnight.

MONDAY Showery southerlies, gradually easing in the south.

Periods of rain about the Divide. Elsewhere, high cloud, then rain spreading north during the evening with snow lowering to 1400m. Wind at 1000m: NW 50 km/h, gradually easing, changing S 30 km/h at night. Wind at 2000m: NW gales 70 km/h, gradually easing, changing S 40 km/h at night.

MONDAY

NZ Situation

TUESDAY

Showers, gradually easing from the south. Snow gradually lowering to 800 metres. Southerlies 40 km/h in exposed places.

tomorrow while an associated front moves onto

A few showers. Southerlies dying out.

TUESDAY

A complex low moves onto the South Island during western parts of the North Island. The complex low covers most of the country Monday, Tuesday, and

Temperatures °C

Ashburton Airport

103.7 8.95 12.3 101.2

Rainfall mm

max

min grass 16 hour Nov 2012 min to date to date

nc

Wind km/h

max gust

22.7

5.7

3.2

0.0

29.2 675.5

N 33

7.9

5.6

0.0

7.0 586.6

E 35

Timaru Airport

3.1

0.0

22.6 557.0

E 24

19.3 18.8

22.2 17.6

7.9 8.0 6.0

5.8 5.4

21

593

15

552

18

442

A few showers, with snow level rising to 1300 metres. Southerlies dying out.

WEDNESDAY A few showers. Southwesterlies developing.

World Weather Forecast for today

cumecs

Christchurch Airport 18.6

Average

WEDNESDAY A few showers. Southwesterlies developing.

Wednesday.

Canterbury Readings to 4pm yesterday

Average

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

TODAYFZL: Lowering to 2600m in the S overnight

Rakaia Fighting Hill (NIWA) at 1:45 pm, yesterday Nth Ashburton at 1:00 pm, yesterday Sth Ashburton at 9:15 am, yesterday Rangitata Klondyke at 9:00 am, yesterday

Average

SAVE money, by advertising your vehicle in the Guardian classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

At the Hall on Tuesday November 20, 2012 7.30pm

Canterbury Plains

Rise 6:00 am Set 8:34 pm

Good

RACING car parts, trade or sell them in the Motoring Section of Ashburton Guardian Classifieds. Phone 307-7900.

TODAY

Source: Environment Canterbury 12:55 7:06

MOTORING

Eiffelton Hall Society A.G.M.

TURTLE FOOD – freshly made by local business. Meaty, Fishy, Vegey and Combo – your turtle will snap it up! Discounted – NOW only $15 for 500g. Email: john@turtlecuisine.co.nz or phone 027-811-2128.

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19 21 19 19 17 20 23 15 23 23 18 20 19

MEETINGS & EVENTS

TODAY: Morning cloud then fine. Northerlies.

River Levels

2

0

10 7 8 10 12 11 11 11 12 8 7 11 7

Minutes from the 2011 AGM Presidents Report Financial Report Election of Officers General Business Jacqui Beardsley Secretary

Mayfield Squash Club

Midnight Tonight

morning min

Tuesday, November 20, 8pm at the Clubrooms.

Ashburton Forecast

ia

NZ Today

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

HORSE grazing available. Winslow area. Phone 027208-7536.

n

gitata

Please, please, please. Does anyone know where my little black girl cat is? She’s been gone since 30 October and hasn’t come home to Philip St. I love her so much and want her to be safe and well. If you see her, can you phone Sue 021-30-69-44 or 307-1412.

All welcome

TUESDAY: A few showers. Southerlies dying.

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TINWALD GOLF CLUB INC.

RENTAL equipment, UPCOMING events and advertise yours in the WEANER piglets, ten weeks meetings in the Ashburton FRUIT sells fast in Ashburton Guardian. Phone old. Well grown. Phone Guardian classifieds. Phone the Ashburton Guardian 303-7688. 307-7900. classifieds. Phone 307-7900. 307-7900.

MONDAY: Showery southerlies.

AKAROA

Ra

ASHBURTON

FUNCTION/party equipment available for hire. Marquees, tables, chairs, glasses, cutlery, cooking equipment, heaters and more. See U-Hire Ashburton. 588 East Street. Open Mon-Fri 7.30am5.30pm; Sat 7.30am-5pm; Sunday 8am- 12.30pm. Ph 308-8061 A/H: 308-7460 www.ashburtonuhire.co.nz

MEETINGS & EVENTS

Where is Lucky?

BUYER of unwanted animals. Cattle, bobby calves, horse and all farm animals. We also sell pet food. Call Nick’s Pet Food 0272-101-621 A/H 03-3227626.

TOMORROW: High cloud northerlies, evening rain and southerlies.

CHRISTCHURCH

LOST & FOUND

MIDDLE Road, near Farm Road, Saturday. House clearance. Furniture, household items, bedding AKAROA - CHARMING, spacious holiday home, etc. Notice at gate 8am. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, all SATURDAY, November 10, electric heating. Sky, all mod 9am - 1pm, Churchill cons, short walk to village. Avenue. Signs will be out Phone Brian 307-8000 or just before 9am on the day. 308-6180. Kid’s bike, fishing rods, electronics, kitchenware, toys, gardening items, clothes, bedding and more. AKAROA - Spacious holiday home with great views. GRAZING Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, heatpump, flat section with boat parking. Close to shops. Phone 302 CALF grazing wanted for 8028. 200 calves or numbers to suit. Top money paid. Phone 027-240-2100. LIVESTOCK & PETS

SCOOTER’S - new and secondhand three and four wheel electric scooters and wheel chairs. Call Fred Reddecliffe at Electric 1987 ZEPHYR caravan, 4 Mobility Ashburton today. CALF grazing wanted. beds, double awning. Phone 308-3602. Grazing wanted for 300 Excellent condition. $15,000 calves. Phone 027-498-8659. or n.o. Registered and ready SUMMER special, green old to go. Phone 027-630-7508. man pine. $120 per cord CAN’T find what you are delivered. Phone John looking for? Advertise in 308-2590 after 6.30pm. the Wanted section of EDUCATION ‘TEA For One’ Teapot the Ashburton Guardian convenient for the solo tea classifieds, call today on drinker. Available in Star & 307-7900. 99EXTEND your education, Polka Dot designs $51.99. look to up-skill in the Kitchen Kapers, The Arcade. FLOAT hire - single, double Education section of the and tandem. Reasonable Ashburton Guardian “ZEAL” Potato Peeler. New rates. Morrison’s Saddlery & Classifieds. design with padded comfort Feed. Phone 308-3422 anyin fluro colours. time. LEARN while you work, lots grip of opportunities in the Superior blade, 10 year Education section of the guarantee $16.99. Kitchen HIRE Kapers, The Arcade. Ashburton Guardian.

ROOMS TO RENT: 4 Rooms – 3 furnished, 1 unfurnished. $110 per week – includes power. Large country homestead, in-between Ashburton and Methven. Phone John 027-811-2128.

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HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION

GARAGE SALES

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

PROPERTY INVESTORS Distance yourself from tenant and management problems. Have your property managed independently, professionally and cost effectively. Property management is our sole focus 24/7. Call B&N Properties Ltd now, phone 021-1604565. www.bnproperties.co.nz

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Your next event Your next purchase Your next sale

To place an ad, call 307-7900 or classifieds@theguardian.co.nz

ACCOMMODATION, RENTAL

Guardian Weekend Weather

Your next job Your next house Your next car

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For the very latest weather information including Weather Warnings

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ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Saturday, November 10, 2012

7 Piece Sling Steel Setting

299

1500 x 900mm table. SKU03191222

$

JEANNIE, TEAM MEMBER

2 Function Swing Set

25cc Petrol Line Trimmer

2.15 x 1.95 x 1.53m. Metal frame. Suits ages 3-12. SKU03320771

$

138

SKU00301712/00205708

SKU03312670

SKU00189348

SKU00301310

299

10L $114.99

$

SKU03350275

53

$

13

97

$

97

White. Gloss & low sheen. SKU00416033

SKU03191078

9

$ 95

79

$

10L $126.50

90

9

$ 87

$

Natural or charcoal. SKU03191048

$

1830 x 760mm. SKU03191114

SKU00294518

69

16

$

SKU00187928

99

169

$

500W Hedge Trimmer 570mm bar length.

2

EACH

SKU03131597

86

4 Shelf Handy Unit

SKU00907532

SKU00991306

3.1m. Aluminium. 120kg load rating.

18V Lithium Ion Tool Kit Drill, Impact Driver, Cut Saw, Torch, Charger, Bag. Includes 2 batteries. SKU00179004

99 199

$

SKU00280156

12

$

Multifold Ladder

$

94 PER SHEET

$

95

$

8 functions. White & multicoloured. SKU00188985

$

SKU00300505

4998

SKU03170343

7998

$

4 Piece BBQ Cleaning Kit SKU00182679

29

19

93

$

White. Sealer primer undercoat. SKU00463562

76

240 LED Solar Budlights

250W Multi Tool

95

Oven & Hob Combo Pack Stainless steel. 6 function electric oven. SKU05102273

499 $

599

10L All in One Acrylic

1524h x 813w x 305d mm. 150kg per shelf.

$

PER PANEL

Stainless steel fascia & doors. Side burner.

$

SKU00207293

Ready to use.

15m Fitted Garden Hose

9998

4 Burner Voyager Hooded BBQ

3L Weedkiller

$ 27

$

2400 x 1200 x 10mm.

Folding Resin Table

S Trap. WELS 3 star. Closed coupled. Vitrious china.

3m Aluminium Cantilever Umbrella

SKU00409291

150 x 19mm x 1.8m. H3.2. SKU00469504

Powdercoated aluminium. 2400w x 1200h mm. SKU00207369

Toilet Suite

25kg Multicrete

Fence Palings

Perimeter Fence Panel

Standard Plaster Board

4L Weathertough Exterior

Folding Camp Chair

168

$

Stainless steel burners. SKU03170545

2L. SKU00307095

16

99

4 Burner Flat BBQ

Agapanthus Thunderstorm

Garden Tool Set

Water based. Natural or Kwila.

$

189

$

4L Decking Oil

148cc Briggs & Stratton engine. 40L catcher.

1.5w x 0.8d x 2h m. Zinc. Kitset.

1497

$

4 Stroke Petrol Lawn Mower

$

Garden Shed

2.5L.

430mm cutting width. Clutch. SKU00178820

99

Canna Tropicana Black

4L $82.95

26

94

132

$

PAR38 Lamps 150W. SKU00580573

50

6

$ 98

Plier Set

19

$

SKU00711509

96

AA Batteries

11

SKU00516063

$

99

Not all services and products featured are available in all stores, but may be ordered. See in store for product availability. We reserve the right to restrict the purchase of commercial quantities. All prices quoted are inclusive of GST. Prices valid until Friday 16th November 2012 or while stocks last.

BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE ASHBURTON 363 West Street, Ph 03 307 6671 TRADING HOURS Weekdays 7am-6pm Weekends & Public Holidays 8am-6pm Catalogue online at www.bunnings.co.nz

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