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Thursday 1 December 2016

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Planning to HOLIDAY in 2017-Brochures available now for most DESTINATIONS!!!! Enquire now! Debbie Roberts - Travel Designer

$45m McLaren NZ Epic Tour fleet to pass through Cromwell The McLaren Epic Tour New Zealand kicked off this week in Auckland, with a fleet of 32 supercars and their owners heading from Auckland to Queenstown... and creating an enormous stir along the way. This morning they leave Tekapo heading our way. The fleet should arrive in Wanaka at 2.15pm where they will spend the night leaving at 8.30am for Cromwell and Highlands Motorsport Park, the tour finishing how it started - on racetrack. Farewell to Wanaka at 8.30am and heading for Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell, with the Tour finishing how it started: on a racetrack. Of special interest is the sole, unassuminglooking F1 (McLaren’s first road car from the 1990s, estimated value $22m), several 675LTs and two examples of the P1 ‘hypercar’ - McLaren’s flagship model.

Cromwell First National Real Estate Ltd

Licensed Agent Under The REAA 2008

Helping people make the right move. Call

Owen for friendly advice


For All Your Building Needs

Ph: (03) 445 4555 Mob: 0274 358 397 Email:



Owen Joyce

021 771 570

P(03) 445 1748 M 027 435 7280


Design & Build, Multi Room Audio, Domestic, Commercial, Maintenance

flowers with essence 62 The Mall, Cromwell 9310

at the Golden Gate Lodge Barry Ave Ph 445 1708 Weekly Specials Suppliers to Farmlands


ph: 03 445 4227 fax: 03 445 4226 flowers with essence The Mall, Cromwell Ph: 03 445 4227 Fax: 03 445 4226 Flowers - Giftware - Sweets

Merry Christmas from the team

SPRING Special! 25% off teeth whitening Some conditions apply 32 The Mall, CROMWELL

hand-crafted, bespoke quality 100% cotton, bed, table and childrens linen. Luxurious silk & cotton nightwear. Christmas decorations & gift ideas. Something for everyone.

Please Enquire: 03 445 1177


DEVONSHIRE TEA $8.50 Mondays and Tuesdays @ the “Kitchen” Bannockburn.

visit our website or Showroom at 791 Luggate/Cromwell Road, Cromwell (500mts past Pisa Moorings)

Going on Holidays!

Open daily: 10am-5pm (closed 2nd Dec) Phone: 027 222 3747

Feeding  Walking  Cuddles etc

Book me to look after your pets needs in their own environment.

Call Selina P. 03 445 1243 M. 027 276 1629 E.

CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021.


6 Rogers Street, Cromwell Ph: 445 0562

Saturday mornings 10am to 12 noon


Lynne Anderson 25 Wishart Crescent, Cromwell

Your fence, your style! Q UA L I T Y • S T Y L E • PR I VAC Y Your style! your style! fence,, your Your fence Q UA L I T Y • S T Y L E • PR I VAC Y Q UA L I T Y • S T Y L E • PR I VAC Y

A/H: 445 0964 or 0274922109


AAA TOUGH PLUMBING & DRAINAGE LTD. Email aaa. Ph: 021 991 666 or 445 0560.

New Homes & Renovations • Stairs Designer Kitchens • Vanities • Prehung Doors Timber Windows & Frames • Timber Doors & Frames Commercial Joinery • Laundrys • Wardrobe Fit Outs






Central Otago I Ph. 0800SLJOINERY


have pleasure in inviting Cromwell’s Senior Citizens to their annual

Christmas Lunch

to be held on Sunday 11th December 2016 from 11am at the Cromwell Sports Centre RSVP to Sue Becker 445 0678 or Margaret Connelly 445 0185 by Friday 9th December. This advertisement is kindly sponsored by Cromwell Bulletin

Phone Murray at CAMCO AUTOS for all your mechanical needs, 445 4655. • • • • • • • • •

Afix Cafe Come and see us for your Christmas Function catering



8.3 am to close, Monday - Saturday (Entrance from Paper Plus carpark)

CROMWELL’S LOCAL WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT and digital solution agency

Boat covers Automotive restoration Pool and spa covers Trampoline covers Furniture restoration Ute covers Motorcycles Aviation Carpet overlocking

Now at 20A McNulty Road Cromwell Phone 03 445 1763






1ST BIRTHDAY SPECIAL 15% off standard air con service and all exide batteries for December 2016 Conditions Apply

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm 11a Rogers Street, Cromwell (03) 445 8072 027 858 1371


Kayaks & Paddleboards with lots more coming! Come and join us on theshores of Lake Dunstan

Water Sport Hire Limited

Also Yoga, Massage, Nails & Facials

Contact Simon 027 373 7816 or Amy 027 373 8279


Specialising in Coring Spiking Core sweeping Specialising in Coring Spiking Core sweeping

Sand soil spreading Hydrojecting Specialising in&&Coring Spiking Core sweeping Sand soil spreading Hydrojecting Grooving/scarifying & overseeding Sand & soil spreading Hydrojecting Grooving/scarifying & overseeding Domestic & Commercial Lawn/Turf renovation Domestic & Commercial Lawn/Turf renovation Grooving/scarifying & overseeding Based in Cromwell & Mosgiel Domestic Based & Commercial Lawn/Turf renovation in Cromwell & Mosgiel Craig Spittle 0274 157 543

Craig Spittle 0274 157 543


Based in Cromwell MosgielServices is now Otago Turf&Renovation offering its services to the Domestic Craig Spittle 0274 157 and 543Commercial lawn LTD sector. Early RENOVATION SERVICES summer is a good time to give your lawn a boost with the Toro Hydroject aeration system. Specialising in Coringwater Spiking Core sweeping

Sand & soil spreading Hydrojecting Feel free to phone or email Grooving/scarifying & overseeding Craig for a no obligation chat. Domestic & Commercial Lawn/Turf renovation

Service Centre


Based in Cromwell & Mosgiel Craig Spittle 0274 157 543

TOPSOIL - Screened and ready to go. We can deliver or you can collect. Enquire with Tom at Central Screening. 0274 339 166 or 445 1996. JEWELLER AND GOLDSMITH – OBJECTS OF ART LIMITED. Now buying your old & unwanted Gold & Silver jewellery. Call Les Riddell 445 3094 or 027 200 1712.

Located at 19 Pinot Noir Drive, Cromwell (behind Totalspan). Ph: 021 285 5472 Available to carry out servicing and repairs on all makes and models of on & off road motorcycles, ATVS, side by sides and golf cars. We also offer a pick-up and delivery service across Central Otago. PAINTBALL CENTRAL. Phone 0274485399 to book or check us out online CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021.

Strength of Character Winner at Bannockburn Gutbuster Article and photo supplied

Wintery conditions greeted over 200 mountain-bikers who lined up at the Garston Hotel in Northern Southland for Saturday’s Bannockburn Gutbuster race. The 75km journey took in over 20 creek crossings through the Nevis Valley, climbing over Duffers Saddle then down into Bannockburn near Cromwell. Riders faced hail and rain showers, wind gusts and snow flurries.

is on 30 December, The Golden Gate Lake Dunstan Triathlon on January 2 and Lake Dunstan Cycle Challenge on January 8. These three events would be run by veteran athlete and sports administrator Bill Godsall from Cromwell.

After three gruelling hours there was only one second in it for Tim Rush(1st) and Micheal Vink(2nd) in the Open Men’s section(pictured above). Kate Fluker won the Open Women’s section with Erin Greene second and Shannon Hope third. Terry Davis of Highlands Events said ‘very tough’ conditions faced the competitors. “The importance of taking the right gear was re-iterated at the briefing. When people asked if they should take their light or heavier jacket they were told to take the heavy one.” Participants had been happy to reach the finish line at the Bannockburn Hotel after the worst crosswinds around Duffers Saddle blew some riders off the track. They had then been forced to battle a solid head wind all the way down into Bannockburn, Mr Davis said. “Character was the winner on the day. Everyone who competed out there on Saturday showed great strength of character – the winners did amazing times into the wind and the back of the field guys show incredible perseverance to not give up!” The race was the second in the Bike it Now! Cromwell Summer Series, owned by the Cromwell & Districts Promotion Group. The XS Storage Cromwell Bannockburn Mountain Bike Classic

Tim Rush followed by Michael Vink

Results Junior Boys: Fletcher Sharman, 3.38.13(12th overall), Sam Porteus, 3.41.06, Ty Sarginson, 3.50.59. Open Men: Tim Rush, 3.05.31, Micheal Vink, 3.05.32, Liam Aitcheson, 3.15.04. Open Women: Kate Fluker, 3.48.02, Erin Greene, 4.03.43, Shannon Hope, 4.10.21. Senior Men: Mike Wolfenden, 3.11.27(3rd overall), John Mezger, 3.32.16, Warwick McLaren, 3.40.45. Senior Women: Annabelle Anderson, 3.55.35, Kristy Jenniip, 4.05.47, Melissa Newell, 4.18.21. Veteran Men: Shaun Portegys, 3.35.03, Nicolas Noble, 3.41.44, Wayne Miller, 3.44.16. Veteran Women: Mary Russell, 4.43.45, Linda Hope, 4.45.24, Helena Sodergre, 4.57. 49. Masters Men: Neil Sutherland, 3.45.07, Ray Hope, 3.49.40, Barry Dick, 3.50.47. Masters Women: Polly Buchanan, 5.06.33, Jo Wilson, 6.37.37, Cathy Lewsley, 7.35.54. Teams: Andrea Krsinic, 5.13.32, Ben, Zach & Monty, 5.15.10, Team Hadley, 6.23.19.


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Cromwell Bulletin


INDEX Community Events 24,25 Dining Guide 18 Employment Opportunities 19,20,21 Firewood 27 For Sale|Garage Sales 27 Health & Fitness 9

Property/Acc 1, 27, 30-32 Public Notices 14 Sports Roundup 22,23 Trades & Services 28,29 Work Wanted 21 War Correspondent 6 Wine Tastings Trail 13 Vehicles 27


From the “War Correspondent”

First World War This column (contributed by the Cromwell RSA) will be published nearly every fortnight to report on what was happening in New Zealand and at war 100 years ago. The Cromwell RSA thanks the Cromwell Bulletin for publishing this column. You will recall from the last report that the Australians had occupied the front lines near Fromelles prior to the NZ Division relieving them in November 1916. We cannot (and will not) forget our trans-Tasman neighbours; they fought a very bloody battle at Fromelles. On 19 - 20 July 1916 the 5th Australian Division in its first attack on the Western Front, had suffered grievously trying to take Fromelles. It had over 5500 casualties, including 1900 dead in two days, of whom the bodies of 1300 were never recovered. The winter (December / January 1916/17) was the coldest for thirty years, and made for miserable conditions in the field for the NZ Division; which remained in the Sailly Sector until late February 1917. The waterlogged nature of the land made patrolling difficult, at least until the frosts came in January. At that time the artillery had to resort to placing braziers in the gun and ammunition pits for an hour or two a day, as the low temperatures adversely affected the ammunition. When snow covered the ground, a further problem was the tell-tale fanshaped marks left in the snow forward of the guns after firing, readily observed by the enemy aircraft overhead daily. After a shoot it became necessary to spread large white sheets on the ground in an endeavour to counter this. This correspondent has had many a smile (aka laugh) from reading advertisements in various newspapers from 1916. The Cromwell Argus of 27 November 1916 is no exception. It appears that every household of the day should have had “Chamberlain’s Tablets”: Summer Complaint in Children: During the summer months children are subject to disorders of the bowels and should receive most careful attention. As soon as any looseness of the bowels is noticed Chamberlain’s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy

should be given. Sold by D. A. Jolly and Sons, Merchants, Cromwell and Pembroke. Constipation may Cause Consumption (Tuberculosis of the Lungs): Many a case of consumption has been caused by constipation. The poisons stored up in the bowels permeate the blood, weakening the system until the patient falls an easy victim to consumption germs. If your bowels will not act naturally assist them by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets. A course of Chamberlain’s Tablets will relieve the most obstinate case of constipation and strengthen the bowels to act naturally without assistance. Sold by D. A. Jolly and Sons, Merchants, Cromwell and Pembroke. Every Organ Suffers: If your food is not properly digested every organ in your body suffers from want of nourishment. Constipation results and you become pale and sallow, nervous and anaemic. Avoid this by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets. They will assist digestion and proper assimilation of food, thus providing nourishment for the whole body. Chamberlain’s Tablets strengthen the bowels to act naturally without assistance. Sold by D. A. Jolly and Sons, Merchants, Cromwell and Pembroke. And, in the same column of the Cromwell Argus of 27 November 2016, on page 3: Shortage of Oats: The Dominion (NZ) is likely to be faced with a serious deficiency in oats during the next twelve months, says the Otautau Standard.” The area sown is estimated at quite one-fifth below last year. In Southland the shortage is going to be especially noticeable; districts which have hitherto been large producers are growing very little more than will suffice for home use. [The next report (on 15 December) will be the last for this year. I wonder if the Cromwell Pharmacy has any of those Chamberlain’s Tablets; must check. Also better stock up on oats]. “We will remember them”

CALL AND SEE MURRAY at CAMCO AUTOS 14 Wolter Crescent, for all your mechanical needs, Phone 445 4655.

If you have exciting news, attended a fantastic event or want to celebrate a milestone - send us your photos and stories! Email photos, stories or news updates to Jan at 6

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Fresh Salmon for Christmas

Blokes Breakfast with Pete Johnstone

A Rotary Club of Cromwell Fundraiser

7 - 8.30am Sat 3rd Dec, Nichols CafĂŠ, Cromwell

Usual pick-up WEDNESDAY 14TH DECEMBER (can be easily frozen until Xmas) between 3-5pm at 87 Inniscort Street, Cromwell.

In 2012 Pete and his wife Christine sold their cows and headed to France for 12months French language study, before going to Burkina Faso in West Africa to do longterm mission work. The last few years have certainly proved exciting‌As well as adjusting to children and life in a 3rd world country Pete has been faced with learning another local African language, 2 international medical evacuations, Burkina Faso going through a revolution and coup, the Ebola scare and in January being given 20 minutes to pack before being armed escorted out due to terrorist attacks and a kidnapping threat.

Prices are: Whole salmon @ $22 per kg (2.5 - 3kg fish) Salmon fillets@ $34 per kg (approx 1kg pieces) Smoked salmon @ $28 (500g). Please don’t wait to be rung!! Please email your orders by SUNDAY DECEMBER 11TH to Or ring 445 1958 and leave a message with your name, phone number and order details.

Come and let Pete challenge & entertain you as he shares some of his personal experiences, talks about life in Burkina, and reflects on the important things in life. Tickets $25 per person (includes breakfast & hot drink). There are only 60 places available and due to catering NO door sales. Contact Jim Harrington 027 544 8842 firestationjim@ for tickets now!

CALL AND SEE MURRAY at CAMCO AUTOS 14 Wolter Crescent, for all your mechanical needs, Phone 445 4655.


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The CSBM is a practical programme. It will provide you with the tools and inspiration required to establish your business or manage your existing business more effectively. Course content includes strategic planning, business law, marketing, people management, accounting and ďŹ nancial management. You will also complete a detailed business and ďŹ nancial plan. This course is approved by NZQA as a level 4 qualiďŹ cation and runs for 36 weeks.


CertiďŹ cate in Money Management (CMM) The CMM is a practical programme. It is designed to give you the tools to reach your full ďŹ nancial potential. The course includes modules on debt management, wealth creation, asset protection, property investment and share-market strategies. This course is approved by NZQA as a level 3 qualiďŹ cation and runs for 20 weeks. BeneďŹ ts of both courses include: ‡ $YDLODEOHIUHHRIFKDUJHWR1=UHVLGHQWVRQO\ ‡ 3DUWWLPHHYHQLQJDZHHN ‡ ([SHULHQFHGDQGTXDOLÂśHGWXWRUV ‡ &RPSUHKHQVLYHUHVRXUFHVDW12&267WR\RX For further information, please contact: Peter Waaka 03 442-2812 or 021-949-915 Email CLASSES START SOON IN QUEENSTOWN, FRANKTON, WANAKA, CROMWELL, ALEXANDRA AND INVERCARGILL.




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Central Otago rating revaluation shows a jump in property values in the district’s main centres The Central Otago District Rating Revaluation for 2016 is now confirmed and property owners will soon receive a 2016 Notice of Rating Valuation with an updated rating value for their property. The new rating valuations have been prepared 14,153 properties on behalf of the Central Otago District Council by Quotable Value (QV). Rating valuations are fit for purpose valuations carried out on all properties in New Zealand, usually once every three years to help local councils set rates for the following three year period. Rating values are just one of a number of factors councils use to allocate rates. The updated rating valuations should reflect the likely selling price of a property at the effective revaluation date, which was 1 September, 2016, but do not include chattels. However, council rates will not be updated based on the new 2016 rating valuations until 1 July 2017. QV ratingvalue Lead Valuer, Dave Johnson said, “The overall ratable value for the Central Otago District is now $9.2 billion which is a 23.3% increase over the past three years since the last rating revaluation in 2013.” “In the residential market there have been variable value changes since 2013 across the district. Overall the district has seen residential Capital Values increase overall by 24.0% and corresponding residential Land Values have increased overall by 22.6%. The average rating value for a residential dwelling in the district is now $400,000.” “Strong value growth has been seen in the main urban townships of Cromwell, Alexandra and Clyde, while values have decreased in the main Maniototo townships of Ranfurly and Naseby and in whilst Roxburgh there have been just moderate increase in values.”

“The residential market in Cromwell Clyde and Alexandra is strong with a shortage of supply and the strongest growth in the lower end of the market. Cromwell leads the way with a 36.9% increase in the average rating value of a residential dwelling over the past three years to $495,000. Clyde has also seen values rise but to a lesser degree with an increase of 26.5% and the average residential dwelling rating value there is now $407,000. Alexandra values rose 16.8% to an average residential dwelling value of $385,300; Roxburgh values rose 14.9% to an average residential dwelling value of


$205,600; while Ranfurly has seen values decrease 4.2% and the town now as an average residential value of $169,300; Naseby values have also decreased 9.4% since 2013 and the average rating value for a residential dwelling in there is now $199,300. “The lifestyle market is reflecting similar market movements to that of the residential sector but with a smaller rate of increase due to the higher values involved. Overall rating values in this market show an increase of 15.0% in capital values and 17.0% in the corresponding land values.” “The commercial sector has strengthened considerably in district’s main centres in recent times; buoyant value appreciation across all urban sectors is evident. Cromwell is now recognised as the “Central hub” due to its close proximity to surrounding towns such as Queenstown, Wanaka, and Alexandra making it an appealing location for both owner occupiers and investors.” “The commercial sector within Alexandra has also shown steady growth with lower vacancies levels noted within Tarbert Street since the 2013 rating revaluation. Reasonable demand still occurs within the Ranfurly commercial sector for wellpresented properties within the main street and values have remained steady in this sector.” “Overall the Commercial property has shown an average increase of 15.5% in Capital Values, while the industrial has shown an average increase of 14.7% in capital values.” “The pastoral sector has also seen big lifts in values despite the drop in commodity prices but remains below the peak of 2014/15. Further irrigation development has been noted and farmers move to more efficient irrigation methods. The overall pastoral increase since the last rating revaluation in 2013 has been 33.1% in capital value with a 36.6% increase in land values.” “The dairy sector only makes up a small part of the district with only 21 properties assessed as dairy. The average increase was 45% in capital value and 54.2% in land value but this increase was distorted by development on recent dairy conversions. The present value levels are back 15% from the peak of 2014/15.” “There are 390 Horticultural properties in the district with Cherry Orchards showing big lifts in values after several good years with the average increase of 67.0%. Demand for good vineyards is increasing with an increase of 27.0% while the conventional mixed orchards are only showing a slight lift in values.” The updated rating valuations are independently audited by the Office of the Valuer General, and need to meet rigorous quality standards before the new rating valuations are certified. A change in a rating value doesn’t necessarily mean that rates will change, it depends on the local council’s requirements and how rating values have changed over the rest of the area. If all rating values drop by the same amount, your percentage remains the same, and so do your rates, but this does depend on your council’s funding requirements. New rating values will be posted to Central Otago District property owners after 28 November, 2016. If owners disagree with their rating value they have the right to object. The objection close-off date is 13 January, 2017. Objections can be lodged online at or call 0800 787 284.

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HEALTH and FITNESS Junction Health Medical Centre 1A Traders Lane, McNulty Rd, Cromwell Open Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm, late night Thursday until 7pm and walk-in clinic from 9.30am - 12pm Saturday. Now taking on new patients

Ph: 03 445 4688 (24 hours)

your local foot specialist. in cromwell every tuesday and thursday.

Lakes Podiatry

Phone 03 443 0730 |

Summer – where memories are created barefoot… Soak it in – this is summer! Whether you are escaping or enjoying your summer paradise at home it is time for summer adventures, but before you leave remember to protect yourself and your loved ones. Ensure you are the only ones dining out at your BBQ’s this summer and not pesky uninvited guests. Sunshine is not always the best medicine; be prepared this summer, pop in to see us and pick up all your Summer Pharmacy Essentials. For instance… * Clinicians AllerStop works rapidly to support the body’s response to indoor and outdoor allergens within 15 minutes, in other words by the time you’ve roused the kids out of bed to go water-skiing! *Batiste Dry Shampoo allows you to give your hair a quick spritz and your hair is oil-free, freshened with extra body and texture. Been at the lake? Keep this in your swim-bag to instantly refresh your hair! * Synetrim® Slim is a natural, all-in-one, multi-action formula that works by supporting 6 key weight loss actions: triple absorption blocker of dietary fat, carbs and sugar, healthy fat metabolism, mood balance, healthy cholesterol, appetite and craving management and blood sugar balance. WOW! * Bushman is New Zealand’s most effective insect repellent – developed and tested in the swamps of the tropics. Look for the 2-in-1 product which combines repellent with sunscreen which is water-resistant with a pleasant odour.

& MUSCLE PA T N I JO C L I N I C IN Specialising in

Health Kinesiology & Neurostructual Integration Gentle effective treatment for acute & chronic pain. Neck, shoulder, arm, back & leg problems. Weekend and after hours appointments available

Phone - 445 4475 or 027 309 1412

Verdun R. Affleck Dip MT, Dip HA, Hbt, MNZ, NZROHA Email:












Acupuncture can help with: - Injury pain & discomfort - Stress - Hayfever, colds & flu - Mens and womens health issues O



445 3222 3222 445 8 Elspeth Street Cromwell

8 Elspeth Street Cromwell

Mon, Wed 9am - 7pm Tues, Thurs, Fri 9am - 6pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, - 6pm Wed 9am - 7pm Sat -Friby9am appointment

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OPEN: Monday-Friday 8.30am - 6pm and Saturday 9.30am - 1.00pm

If in doubt, individuals are advised to discuss their health conditions with their doctor.

Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm, with late night appointments on Monday & Thursday until 8pm. Doctors available 8am – 6pm 7 days a week. Phone 03 445 1119 (24 hrs). New enrolments always welcome 192 Waenga Drive, Cromwell

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For good healthy advice and nutritional support see the team of friendly health professionals at Cromwell Pharmacy. We’re here to help.

Weekend walk in clinics: Sat & Sun 10am – 3pm.

The safest way to clear your ear canals of unwanted debris is microsuction. Clinics in Cromwell 1x per fortnight at the resource centre For appointments please text or phone 027 339 5043 email or you can book online


Remember, the advantage of buying at the Pharmacy is that trained staff will help you choose the right product for your own individual needs, first time. Pharmacists are the only health professional you don’t need an appointment to see.


THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE – body maintenance. Vivienne Wilkinson PH: 4451599/Txt 0211403301 for appointment. GUT ISSUES? Food Intolerances, Toxin Overload, Chronic Fatigue, Sleep Disturbances, Skin Disorders, Hormone Imbalance, Enviornmental Damage, Depression/Anxiety, Immune/Autoimmune Disease. LIVE HAIR TEST will analyse & profile your cellular integrity in Germany. Results in 15 mins. Personalised plan for cell optimisation & wellness. Certified Practitioner. 021 947 056



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International Student Homestays Wanted Barry Avenue, Cromwell 9310 Christine Page

Central Otago, New Zealand The Cromwell College International Department is Careers Adviser, T. 03 445 1121 F. 03 445 1122 STAR & Gateway growing and we areCo-ordinator looking for paid homestays to add to our list.

A teenager who wants to challenge themselves by experiencing another culture and building new skills is often good company and brings a lot of fun into a household. Do you have a busy family home with a spare room for one of our students? Our students request a variety of family experiences and you may be exactly what they are looking for. • Homes on farms • Homes with lots of children • Quieter homes with a Grandparent feel If you are interested in discussing this further contact me on: or 027 200 7116

Sunday 4th December Jam Session Come along and sing a song or just sit back and listen At the

Cromwell Town & Country Club 2pm - 6pm - Free Entry

Guest Artist

Margaret Bates At the conclusion of the afternoon’s music a Xmas BBQ will follow for club members. If you have children or you yourself want to have a song, just come along and join in (please bring 4 chord charts) and our club members will support you with your songs. A great afternoon’s entertainment. Any enquiries phone Mike Hedges on 03 445 4070.

CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021.

Sandra Aitchison International Student Director DEVONSHIRE TEA $8.50 Mondays and Tuesdays @ the “Kitchen” Bannockburn.

Need help in setting up your safety plan? Or just want an independent review of your current plan? • • • •

Work procedures for training and assessment Safety Audits Document Control and Record keeping JSAs and Hazard register templates

My experience includes work for multinational companies (Middle East) and large national companies - I have been working with local orchards, builders and engineering firms to assist them in meeting their safety and training requirements.

First consultation to discuss your options is free. Contact Mark Mckay

T: 027 545 1323 10


Ripponvale road

Open 7 Labour days fromWeekend the 7th Dec OPEN OPEN Saturday & Sundays: 9.30am- 4.30pm - 4.30pm Sat, Sun & Mon: 9.30am Fresh seasonal seasonal veges, veges, flowers flowers and and a a wide wide Fresh range of of pickles, pickles, relishes relishes & & condiments. condiments. range ALL AT AT AFFORDABLE AFFORDABLE PRICES PRICES ALL

Free Range Eggs

New to the store - Locally produced Fresh herbs & vegetable plants“Wild available gourmet baking & Cromwells world famous Thyme Pies”. For that weekendlocally salad or grown Dip for the drinks table Supporting and made “Gertz” taste sensations “Aioli” . Vegetable Plants & Free Range Eggs available.

Proudly Supporting Locally Grown & Made Phone Orders Welcome - Ph / Text (Chris) 027 716 3841 Find us on facebook to keep up to date with specials!

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Melmore Terrace, Cromwell Phone 445 1169

FRANKO’S 021 246 2255

Foodtruck will be on Raffle Results Fishing section “John Deer” 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Tracey Batt Erin Schimansles Jude Gillaly Joy Peat

#146 #166 #194 #46

BARRY AVENUE Friday & Saturday 5 - 9pm STUCK FOR AN IDEA FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Why not buy one of Reynold’s model schist rock miner’s huts, trampers huts, deer stalkers huts. Phone Reynold on 027 666 3097.

Christmas Party Members Children & Grand Children’s “12 and under” Christmas Party, Names must be on the list at the Club by the end of day Friday, otherwise Santa will not bring enough presents.

Murray George Electrical Ltd Electrician

New in the area with 30 years experience For all Domestic, Industrial and Commercial Electrical Installations and Repairs Phone: 445 4707 or 027 433 3321 124 Pearson Road, RD 2, Cromwell 9384

Our member draws this week

Thursday $600.00 Friday $1,100 - AND THIS WEEK IT MUST BE WON

CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021.

All Members, Affiliated members, Members Guests and New Members welcome

WHITEWARE SERVICEMAN, Ranges, Dishwashers, Washing machines, anything electrical. John Wekking Electrical. 445 1614, 027 2221003.

Santa is coming to visit!

Saturday 3rd December Bring the kids out to meet Santa and get their Christmas wishes in early and get a wee treat from the jolly man in red –12-2pm Book a table for lunch too - 03 449 2192

Tuesdays and Thursday

aqua classes now start at 9:30 am

Showers only not swim $4 Ph 03 445 0919 Come and see us @ Barry Avenue, Cromwell

Open from 8.30am (Bookings essential for weekend Evening Dining by 5pm)

Closed Tuesday and Wednesdays

1300 Fruitlands Roxburgh Rd, SH8, 10mins from Alexandra

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Wanaka Butcher Expands Homekill Services The Butcher’s Block and Smokehouse has expanded the services available to customers around Wanaka and the wider Central Otago region with the addition of a homekill slaughter service. Hundreds of customers have had their homekill animals and recreational hunted game turned into prime meat cuts and hand-made smallgoods since Wanaka’s only dedicated butcher’s shop secured their Dual Processors’ Licence from the Ministry of Primary Industries in April this year. “Many customers are returning for the third and fourth time with meat from animals they’ve dispatched themselves,” says managing director Bruce Scott. “Now, with our purpose-built trailer, we can go out to customers’ farms and complete the humane, stress-free slaughter of the animals for them.” Scott will be handling the homekill slaughtering himself for the time being, taking one day a week away from the Reece Crescent butchery to complete this service for customers. A licensed slaughterman, Scott has more than 20 years’ experience in this role and it’s Scott’s farm-tomeat homekill slaughter and butchery services at his previous butchery in Helensville, north of Auckland, that introduced him to business partner Jeff Smith who used Scott to process the lambs Smith raised on his Kaukapakapa lifestyle block. Scott has passed on his smallgoods processing experience from 30-plus years as a top-class butcher to Smith, who now manages the smallgoods processing side of The Butcher’s Block operation, producing hundreds of kilos of sausages, bacon, salami and other smallgoods each week for both the shop and homekill customers.

specifications. “We’re delighted with the service and the quality of workmanship from Central Custom Engineering in Alexandra for the trailer; Central Lakes Engineering in Wanaka have also built several components and we used Pukka for the very striking sign-writing.” Scott says bookings for the new homekill slaughtering service were coming in before the trailer was even on the road. “It’s been such a great spring so lots of farmers have lambs, cattle and pigs in great condition ready to turn into prime meat cuts and delicious smallgoods over the coming weeks.” Those interested in finding out more about the homekill services offered by The Butcher’s Block and Smokehouse are invited to call on 443 5017 or email for more information. Details are also available on the website Bookings before Christmas are filling fast and Scott expects customers will soon need to book at least four weeks in advance to be assured of their preferred timing.

Scott utilised businesses around Central Otago to have the custom-built homekill trailer constructed to his

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PUBLIC NOTICES Cromwell Resource Centre Sir/Madam Through your column we would like to acknowledge and thank very much Cromwell and the Businesses for their support and sponsorship with our annual 30th year ‘Gold N Notes Hoedown’ held at the Cromwell Racecourse. Without all your assistance and support this event would not have been the success it was. We would like to especially thank THE TRUSTS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION and SUMMERLAND TRANSPORT for assisting with freight of our marquee for their contribution, along with the Cromwell Town & Country Club, Room Mate Cabins Alexandra Who sponsored Don Costa to attend from Australia, Local Volunteer Fire Brigade who assisting in erecting the large marquee, Cromwell Lions Club and Cromwell Squash Club for food and Refreshments. Also without Brownie, Peter Forsyth, Russell and Sharon Crosbie, Reg McTaggart, and with Several Motor Home owners who come early and stayed back who assisted with the erection and dismantling of the Marquee. The Costs related mainly to the Marquee and Hire. To cater for 850 plus (185 Motorhomes) in Cromwell under one roof is impossible as one must realise and without this support we could not host this type of event financially. We have had a lot of positive feedback from all over New Zealand and they all have stated it was a great event and are planning to come back again next year.

5 Murray Terrace Phone 445 1690 Mon – Fri 10-12.30 & 1.30-4pm

Inland Revenue Visits Tuesday 13 December Bookings close 9 December Phone 445 1690 Regular Clinic: Tuesday Mike Carter Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs Neighbourhood Support Tues 9.30 - 11.30am Wednesday Free Youth Health Clinic 2 - 4pm

PISA MOORINGS RESIDENTS. Are you concerned about the representation and direction of our community ? A lot of residents are, so a meeting is to be held on Sunday 11th December at 3 pm at The Moorings Conference Centre to discuss the resurrection of the Pisa District Community Group. Please be there.

junior Prize Giving Wednesday 14 December 2016 7 pm at the Cromwell College Auditorium Our school community are invited to attend this event.

Listed below is our sponsors and we really appreciated all your support this year and thank you very much. Lynette and Mike Hedges and Ferg Mitchell. Major Sponsor: THE TRUSTS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION and SUMMERLAND TRANSPORT CROMWELL Cromwell Town and Country Club, Charlie and Marie Harrex (Roommates Cabins), Golden Gate Hotel, Falcon’s Nest Accommodation Complex, Shotover Country Music Club, Central Otago Radio 91.9 FM, Radio Wanaka, Otago Farm Machinery, Cromwell Volunteer Fire Brigade, Cromwell Squash Club, Cromwell Lions, Russell & Sharon Crosbie (Fort Rose Cottage), Jan and Arthur Bradbury, Russell Brown, Reg McTaggart, Jones Orchard, Jacksons Orchard, C R Motors, ITM Cromwell, The Chalets, BWC Earthmoving Contracting, Cromwell Transport, Metro Grafix and Design Cromwell, Central Otago Scaffolding, Dough Sea Dough, Ultraspan Cromwell, O’Callaghan & Walker Builders. Following are all in our Cromwell Mall: Alex Campbell Menswear, Mitre 10 Cromwell, Paper Plus Cromwell, Cromwell Pharmacy, Cromwell New World, Cromwell Super Liquor, Z Service Station Cromwell, Placemakers Cromwell/ Alexandra, La Touch Face & Body, BP2Go Cromwell, Cromwell Bakery, the Cromwell Bulletin, Shark and Taties Food Outlet.


THANK YOU My brother John and I would like to thank everyone -neighbours, friends, family and the Cromwell community for the incredible love and support shown to both our Mum (Alwyn) and to our Dad (Tom) as her health declined over the last few months. We thank you for being there to comfort and support Dad when Mum passed away and have shown great kindness and love to Dad, John and myself. We know you will continue to care about and support Dad as he gets over his tremendous loss. As trying to thank everyone individually or personally could result in someone very important being mistakenly forgotten, please acknowledge this as a personal ‘thank-you’. Dad (Tom), John and Trudi Landreth

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Light up CROMWELL for Christmas Spread the Christmas cheer by entering your home in this year’s outside Christmas light display & letterbox competition. Light Display: The outside light competition will be judged by secret judges. This competition is about sharing the Christmas spirit within our community; it is not necessarily about the size, which I stress to my youthful judges.

1st Prize is $250, 2nd Prize is $150, 3rd Prize is $100 People’s Choice: $100 Decorate Your Letterbox: Two categories: children under 12 years and adults:

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AN OPEN INVITATION TO SEE FOR YOURSELVES CENTRAL OTAGO’S NEWEST ASSET AND TOURIST ATTRACTION Cromwell’s One-Stop for Food, Refreshment, Booking Services, Accommodation and More 03 445 1777 0800 104 451

BAR & RESTAURANT The Gate General Manager, Glen Christiansen (right) with Johnny Mayen, Build Team Manager for the main contractors, Cook Brothers Construction. Just a hundred or so metres along State Highway 8B from the giant apricot, apple, pear and nectarine, there’s a new standout attraction for locals and tourists alike --- what was the Golden Gate Lodge is now The Gate. For General Manager, Glen Christiansen, The Gate shows just how serious Cromwell is about not only meeting the needs of a fast-changing demographic but also current and future needs of travellers from overseas and throughout New Zealand: “The key to The Gate is one-stop access to stand-alone brands providing food, refreshments, accommodation and travel bookings. “Two of these include the hunting lodge themed Five Stags Bar & Restaurant and the highly innovative Forage Information Centre & Café. Both are scheduled to open on Friday, December 9, joining the Black Panther Pizza and Super Liquor brands. Something else we are excited about are the earthworks alongside Barry Ave. When landscaping and planting is finished this area will be called ‘The Green’, a place where everyone’s welcome to stretch their legs and relax in bean bags. There will also be white-painted pergolas with timber shade fins and low concrete walls to create a variety of seating and gathering areas

including a children’s play zone. ‘The Green’ also allows patrons from Five Stags and Forage to spill out to enjoy Central Otago’s famous long summer evenings. For our wintertime guests we have a huge open fire outside Five Stags. “With lots of windows and two large stone and steel gable entrances, the larger to Fives Stags and the smaller to Forage, The Gate immediately conveys a genuine warmth of welcome and the promise of a truly memorable experience for all the right reasons,” explains Glen. “Forage for instance is where our staff not only have great customer service and barista skills, they also advise on and book accommodation at a traveller’s destination and activities, whether it’s bungee jumping, jetboating the Shotover River or a relaxing Milford Sound cruise. Further distancing Forage from being a café with travel brochures, we also have touch screens for customers to access information such as special events, latest news and lots more. It almost goes without saying, we have unlimited free Wi-Fi and smartphone charging stations. A feature I’m particularly thrilled with are the large skylights that give Forage customers amazing views of the star-studded Central Otago night sky. “Being just an hour from the centre of Queenstown, a little over half an hour from Wanaka and only a couple

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“The fit out is quite amazing with lots of rough-hewn and other timbers that contribute to the welcome tourists and locals will feel as they enter through the gabled entrance.” explains Glen. “In many ways the décor and other features of the Five Stags Bar & Restaurant tells the story of the region. We even have a rustic hunter’s shed with a table seating 12.

Very much a mainstay at The Gate with accommodation now branded Harvest Hotel, which besides being in keeping with the hunting and searching for food and provisions themes of Five stags and Forage, acknowledges the importance to the district of orchards and vineyards. Harvest Hotel also highlights that this is currently Cromwell’s only true Three Star Plus hotel where each of its 47 hotel style suites treat guests to travel book views ranging from the manicured greens of Cromwell Golf Course, to acres of vineyards and orchards, and beyond these, the towering Dunstan, Pisa and Carrick Ranges that form the east, west and southern boundaries of the Cromwell Basin. As well as ample off street parking that includes plenty of space for vehicles towing boats or caravans, Harvest Hotel has a popular purpose built conference centre and wedding venue backing on to a large, sheltered and planted courtyard. Harvest Hotel amenities and facilities include 24 hour concierge. To Wanaka

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Speaking with Glen Christiansen there’s no doubting the enthusiasm he also has for Five Stags Bar & Restaurant, describing the hunting lodge theme as tailor-made for Cromwell and Central Otago.

of Insightful and heading up the architectural team, Jessie Sutherland of Arrowtown-based Origin Consultants. Both Lauren and Jessie grew up in Cromwell so they have a real connection to The Gate. Our wait and other staff have also been wonderful doing all sorts of work not in their job descriptions such as staining, painting and gardening.”


of hours from the west Coast glaciers, Cromwell’s gateway location on major road routes was definitely a driver for creating the Forage Information Centre & Café. From experience we know many travellers drive past Cromwell in the mid to late afternoon unknowingly timing their arrival in Queenstown when traffic congestion is at its worst. By sorting their accommodation and activities bookings with us at Forage they can choose to wait until the traffic thins out or otherwise choose to sit in the traffic but without that feeling of panic at having to get into Queenstown, find parking and then get to booking outlets before they close.”


Dining Guide Cromwell & Surrounds New hours:

open 7 days

Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm Friday 8am – 7.30pm Saturday 10am – 6.30pm

Monday - Sunday 12pm - late Lunch 12pm-2pm | Dinner 5pm-9pm

Opposite New World. Ph: 03 445 0430

Ph: 03 445 4211 • E: 15-23 Perriam Place, Pisa Moornings, Cromwell

WINERY RESTAURANT Lunch served from Noon Cellar Door hours 11am-5pm 247 Cairnmuir Road, Bannockburn Tel (03) 445 3480

OPEN 11am-9pm Friday 11am - 9.30pm “Eat in or Takeaway” 65 The Mall, Cromwell

Old Cromwell Precinct

Armando’s Kitchen Italian Cafe’ is open every day from 9.30am till close. Friday from 9.30am8pm for Italian style Pizza and Drinks . Come and enjoy our friendly establishment, delicious Pizzas and Winning Award Gelato Ice Cream If you would like to book a table call us 03 445 0303


Phone: 03 445 4826


Cromwell Town & Country Club Inc.

Open 7 Days 9am - 3pm 430A Bannockburn Road

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Melmore Terrace, Cromwell Phone 445 1169 Members, Guests & Affiliated Members welcome


Thursday - Saturday 5.30pm onwards

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Dining Hours Seven Days 11.30am - Late Phone 445 0725 Thai Crom Restaurant Genuine Thai Cuisine

$12 Lunch Time Meal Specials + $6 House Wines & $5 Beers Mon- Sun 11.30-2.30pm, 5pm - Close

Bookings 03 445 3211 Bistro ~ Wine Tasting ~ Pantry OPEN: Open Tuesday to Sunday 12pm – 4pm

Evening dining available. Please enquire. Booking is essential Find us at Queensberry, midway between Cromwell & Wanaka

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Extensive Lunch Menu Available and all day Bar Menu. A-la-Carte evening dining and our amazing “Stonegrill” menu Hours - Lunch 12 - 2 and dinner 5.30 - 9pm Old Cromwell Town - 03 445-0607

FRIDAY LUNCH Senior Citizen’s Lunch & Dessert $15 SUNDAY BUFFET $29 Adult - $19 Senior - $12 Kids Phone to book 443 1224


LANDSCAPE YARD Full Time Position

Nichol’s Cromwell is Central Otago’s leading garden retailer and is experiencing great growth. We are seeking a dynamic person to run our bulk landscape supply yard. You will have strong sales and organisational skills, have high levels of energy and motivation, work well alone and as part of the team. Forklift, loader and HT licences would be an advantage.

Duties include (but are not limited to): • Customer service and advice • Forklift loader operation • Inwards goods receipting • Till operation • Merchandising • Assisting in other areas of the garden centre as required • Deliveries of bulk products and other goods • General maintenance around the garden centre A horticultural background would be an advantage or could suit someone with a landscaping background.

Cleaner – Full time Highlands is looking for a full time cleaner. You’ll have great attention to detail, won’t mind early morning starts, and you’ll love the fact you get your afternoons to do whatever you want. Highlands is a seven day a week operation so you’ll need to be able to work your share of weekends. To apply please call Josie on 03 445 4052 or 027 221 4334 or email

This is a physically demanding job, so you need to be fit!

If this sounds like the position for you and you want to be part of a progressive company, please email your CV to: Applications close Wednesday 30th November. OPEN 7 DAYS 8.30am-5.30pm • •

CROMWELL – Junction of the Highways • Ph: 445-0150

The café is now hiring for our busy season. Late December to early April. We require full and part time staff. Must be able to work weekends and public holidays. Experience helpful but not essential. NZ work visa a must. Please email C.V. to

Telesales Position Farm Refunds Limited have a part-time Telesale/ Appointment setting position available within our company.

VINEYARD SUPERVISOR ASSISTANT MANAGER Join a great team. Misha’s Vineyard Wines Limited, one of Central Otago’s top wine producers, is looking for an outstanding Vineyard Supervisor to work fulltime with the permanent vineyard team in producing some of New Zealand’s finest wines. The role includes all aspects of viticulture work, irrigation and general vineyard maintenance duties. The successful applicant will be fit and suited to outdoor work, and will have had at least four years’ of vineyard experience including staff supervision. Competence in tractor and machinery operating would be an advantage. Pay rate will be commensurate with experience. Applications in writing to PO Box 328, Cromwell 9342 or email to Applications close Friday 23rd December

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The successful applicant will: • Be available to work various shifts each week • Have previous experience in sales or customer service position • Have an excellent phone manner • Have recent references • Have an up-to-date CV • Have a computer with internet connection You will be making outbound calls to potential clients, scheduling appointments maintaining call logs and reports and work proficiently from a database. You will have an excellent phone manner, and be able to work independently plus have data entry skills and proactive customer service skills. Prior outbound call centre or telesales experience would be and advantage. We offer: • Full training • Attractive Remuneration Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa, and should be over 18 years old with previous work experience. Please call Gary 021 636 969 for a full job description and further information. Please quote “Telesales Position” as a reference when calling.



Nova Energy LPG delivery driver / filler We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our team. An experienced driver who is: • Physically fit and motivated • Has a class 2 license • Preferably with a D endorsement • Ability to work unsupervised • Have good time management skills Send a CV and cover letter to Nova Energy at

Cellar Door Team Member We are looking for staff for our new cellar door on Felton Road. This will be a part-time role, and may include rostered days on weekends. If you have • An interest in wine • Enjoy talking to people • Are a team player • Have computer skills • Are well presented and self motivated Then we would like to talk to you. We will provide in house training to the successful applicant. Please send your CV to Ph Graeme 021 2247661

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Fixed Term Full-time, 37.5 hours per week (Six months). Fit For Work Ltd is seeking to employ an experienced administrator in our Cromwell office. Skills required: • Strong administration experience • Advanced computer skills • Attention to detail with a mature and professional approach • A friendly, willing and flexible attitude • Demonstrated communication skills, both written and oral • Demonstrated time management and multitasking skills to achieve multiple deadlines • A strong team player, able to interact with a diverse group of people • A knowledge of medical terminology is also desirable If this sounds like you, please forward your CV together with a covering letter to Applications close 11th December 2016. Applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WORK WANTED ROOM ATTENDANT. Experienced casual room attendant required for a busy motel. We require a mature person with a friendly personality who has a good eye for detail. Must be a team player and be available for weekends/holidays. Phone 445 0373.

New Zealand Couriers Freight Handler Based in Cromwell Part time Permanent role available. Hours 5.30am – 8.00am Tuesday to Saturday and or 3.30pm – 6.00 pm Monday to Friday. You will need to be mature, physically fit as some heavy lifting required, reliable and honest.

FOR ALL YOUR REPAIRS and Alterations- , call Bernadette 445 4050. WHITEWARE SERVICEMAN, Ranges, Dishwashers, Washing machines, anything electrical. John Wekking Electrical. 445 1614, 027 2221003. GARMENT ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS, reasonable rates and prompt service. For a quote call Christine 445 4980 or 027 406 2805. FOR ALL YOUR GARDENING NEEDS ph/text Sonja 027 646 8004. LAWNMOWING - PRUNING Fruit Trees - Garden Maintenance. Call Richard Olman 021 079 2316

Drivers license and Forklift license required but we will provide help in obtaining a forklift license. A reasonable knowledge of local, regional and NZ wide cities and towns would be an advantage. Security checks will be completed and referees contacted on all employees. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit. Please drop a CV into the office at: New Zealand Couriers 103 Gair Avenue, Cromwell Or TXT Phone 027 434 5397

KEEP UP WITH THE DAILY NEWS Pick up a copy of the ODT from The Cromwell Bulletin?

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ROTARY NEWS BOX Exciting Opportunity for Young Wannabe Leaders Rotary has a great opportunity for young people who are keen to explore and develop their leadership skills. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award brings young movers and shakers together from across the lower half of the South Island for a one week residential programme once a year. In 2017 the course will be held in Alexandra (April 17-21). This course will suit you if you are : • between 18 and 26 • a self-starter with strong aspirations to make a big difference in your career and your community • physically and mentally very fit • intrigued by the possibility of spending 5 days with lots of other wannabe young leaders • keen to push yourself way beyond your current comfort zones • open to challenging your thinking on most things • ready for some fun The Cromwell Rotary Club is keen to know about you right now, and will support you. In the first instance please contact Craig Lunn on 021 581 665 or craig@feldwick. And please do this yourself ! That’s part of proving you’re ready for what this course will offer you. Applications close Dec 16 but if you’re keen please ACT NOW because you’ll need time to complete the application process. Craig is waiting to hear from you.




Xmas Cromwell Races Medal 26th November


Men: B McArthur 65, R Buchanan 66, G Rolston 68, M Kennedy 69, H Rheineke 69, E Dickie 69, P Kahukura 70, I Harvey 70, R Waller 71, D Cameron 71, D Harradine 71, Inia Logan 72, B Thompson 69, B Brent 73, R Scott 74 ocb. Women: Stableford. S Allison 34 Birdie: Not struck Nett Eagle: Hole No 13 - R Waller Two’s: I Harvey, J McLellan, R Waller, W Dixon,

Mid week pennants at Hawea Team 1 V Wanaka J Bartlett – J Smith – N Foster – P Herbison Won 2 sets & Lost 1 Points B /Burn 4 Wanaka 2

Notes: Saturday 3rd December. Xmas Hamper Men and Women’s Stableford. Starters: K McGraw, P Seaton Cards: P Silvester, B McArthur Bar: E Fraser, E Dickie

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Cromwell Womens Golf Results of Publicans Trophy 29th November: R Whitworth 40 points, S Keis 35, S Giles 34, S Field 33, G Condon 33, S Crofts 33, J McDonald 32, J Giller 32, J McGraw 32. Twos: S Field E Whiting G Condon. 9 Hole Women’s Summer Stableford: J Anderson 21 points, M Clark 18, J Smith 18, J Sinclair 15. Saturday 3rd December: Christmas Hamper Men & Women’s Stableford 12 noon start.

PETANQUE CROMWELL Sunday 27 November Game 1 W Copeland, S Copeland, D Robb M Appleton & H Stewart M Ball & T McNiven L Parker $ G Kilgour

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Game 2 M Appleton & H Stewart M Ball & T McNiven W Copeland & S Copeland, D Robb L Parker & G Kilgour

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Game 3 M Ball & T McNiven W Copeland & S Copeland & D Robb M Appleton & H Stewart G Kilgour & L Parker

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Team 2 v Cromwell W Moir – W Munro – K Lake – D Stewart Won 1 set & Lost 2 Points B / Burn 2 Cromwell 4 Division 1 v Arrowtoun at Arrowtown Fours: W Moir – B Sanders – D Sanford – D Stewart Won 12 to 10 Pairs: W Moir & D Stewart Lost 10 to 12 B Sanders & D Sanford Lost 18 to 8 Points B/Burn 2 Arrowtown 5 Division 2 V RSA at B/Burn Fours: J Stack – J Bartlett – R Clark – K Patterson Won 11 to 10 Pairs: J Stack – K Patterson Won 11 to 7 J Bartlett – R Clark Won 11 to 7 Points B/Burn 7 RSA 0 Team 2 Won by default from Clyde Point B / Burn 7 Clyde 0 THE TEAM AT Z80 DIGITAL have been helping Cromwell businesses create and update their websites for over 5 years. Give Aimee at Z80 a call on 0273229847 to discuss creating or updating your website today. AAA TOUGH PLUMBING & DRAINAGE LTD. Email aaa. Ph: 021 991 666 or 445 0560. CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021. STUCK FOR AN IDEA FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Why not buy one of Reynolds model schist rock miner’s huts, trampers huts, deer stalkers huts. Phone Reynold on 027 666 3097



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SPORTS ROUNDUP CROMWELL BOWLING CLUB Results of Cromwell Town and Country Club Tournament 1st Colin Nyenhuis team (N Hewitt, F McRae, G Cameron, L Croft) 115pts 2nd A Kroon, R Leeden, B McLean, J Lochead 103pts 3rd Town and Country No 3 (R Hodson) 100pts Wednesday Pennants Golden View Cromwell 2 (M Wilson, T Holland, A Cushnie, D Read) lost to Arrowtown (A Brash) 2 sets to one. Golden View Cromwell 3 (I Keelty, B Hayes, R Freeman, B Landrebe) beat Bannockburn (W Moir) by 2 sets to one. Friday Bowls 1st Ian Stuart, Ernie Partridge 2nd Isabel Patterson, Pat Risk Saturday Interclub Div 1 Golden View Cromwell lost to Queenstown 12-2 Fours: M van Rensburg, B Longman, M Wilson, I Keelty 12, Queenstown (L Thomas) 13 J Grieve, L Wilson, N Clark, L Peat 5, Queenstown(W Thompson) 13 Pairs: M van Rensburg/I Keelty 9, Queenstown(M Keith) 15 B Longman/ M Wilson 6, Queenstown (L Thomas) 12 J Grieve/L Peat 11, Queenstown (A Bremer) 7 L Wilson/N Clark 6, Queenstown (W Thompson) 14 Div 2 Golden View Cromwell lost to Wanaka 5-2 Fours: G Burnard, Jan Clark, B Kean, L Risk 17, Wanaka( K Suckling) 7 Pairs: G Burnard/L Risk 3, Wanaka ( K Suckling) 12 Jan Clark/B Kean 4, Wanaka 6 Golden View Cromwell lost to Hawea 11-3 Fours: J Polson,J D Stewart, R Smith, T Bishop 8, Hawea (B Osborne) 13 I Stuart, A Cushnie, K Dickie, H Kok 8, Hawea (B McMillan) 7 Pairs: J Polson/T Bishop 13, Hawea (B Osborne) 13 J D Stewart/R Smith 8, Hawea (N Brown) 10 I Stuart/H Kok 6, Hawea (B McMillan) 16 A Cushnie/K Dickie 8, Hawea (L Hardy) 11 Social/Community Bowls This has got off to a great start last Monday and continues every Monday evening with the final night(a Christmas fun night) on 12 December. 16 teams are participating with, lots of hilarity and fun. BBQ is provided with plenty of spot prizes. Winners of first night were Robbie Robinsons team with NZ Couriers drawing the lucky team spot. We are grateful to the following sponsors who have enabled this event to occur: Main Sponsor: Goldfields Jet 1st Prize Sponsors: Vine Wise, Central Otago Wine Co, Wooing Tree, Allan Scott(Scott Base) Rockburn Wines, Spot Prizes: Super Liquor, Mitre 10, BP , SBS Bank Christmas Raffle: Dough Sea Dough, The Fridge, New World, Ritchies Gully Store Shirts Reminder Club members are reminded to return their club shirts for screen printing on Tomorrow afternoon(Friday) or Monday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm to the club.

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Results from last weeks games Southern Lakes u/12 (5) v Wooing Tree Titans (4) Automates (4) v College 9’s (10) Masterwood (1) v Mojo Fineline (5) Stiffies (4) v College 10’s (5) Harcourts (3) v Central Newbys (0) College 11’s (5) v Cobras (6) Goats (3) v Kawarau Miners (2) I.T.M (1) v Cromtrans Classics (2) Lana (6) v Truss Tech (5) Landpro Larrikins (3) v Hurring Builders (6) Brew House (5) v Pacemakers (6) Y.T.B (7) v Rush (6) DRAW Wednesday 7th December 2016 Ground 6.30 7.00 7.30

1 College 9’s v College 10’s College 11’s v Kawarau Miners Automates v Pacemakers

Ground 6.30 7.00 7.30

2 Stiffies v Cromtrans Larrikins Harcourts v Mojo Fineline Lana 2.0 v Goats

Ground 6.30 7.00 7.30

3 Southern Lakes u/12 v Brew House I.T.M. v Mojo Fineline Rush v Truss Tech

Ground 6.30 7.00 7.30

4 Hurring Builders v Wooing Tree Titans Masterwood v Central Newbys Y.T.B v Cobras

Final touch night for 2016 There will be a BBQ, Lollie Scramble and Raffles at the completion of games. Touch will start again Wednesday 11 Jan 2017. Have a happy and safe Xmas and New Year From Trev & Gavin.

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THIS WEEK FRIDAY 2ND DECEMBER CENTRAL OTAGO REGIONAL CHOIR St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Tenby St, Wanaka at 7.30pm. Admission $20.

SATURDAY 3RD DECEMBER CENTRAL OTAGO REGIONAL CHOIR St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Stanley St, Queenstown at 7.30pm. Admission $20.

SUNDAY 4TH DECEMBER CROMWELL FARMERS' & CRAFT MARKET Every Sunday 9am-1pm - Cromwell Heritage Precinct, Melmore Terrace. Follow us on Facebook for news and updates. CENTRAL OTAGO REGIONAL CHOIR Dunstan High School Hall, Alexandra at 2.30pm. Admission $20.

TUESDAY 6TH DECEMBER DUNEDIN COMMUNITY LAW CENTRE Free legal advice for Otago people at the Cromwell Resource Centre, 5 Murray Terrace on 6th December, 2-3pm. Phone 445 1690 for an appointment.

WEDNESDAY 7TH DECEMBER CROMWELL LIBRARY STORY TIME Every Wednesday during term time between 2.00pm 2.30pm for Pre-Schoolers. Must be accompanied by a caregiver. Phone 445 0213.

COMING UP BANNOCKBURN CHRISMAS CAROL SERVICE to be held in the Bannockburn Community Church on Friday 23rd December at 7pm - Everyone welcome.

ARTS & CRAFTS Art Group Mondays 9.30am-2pm Craft Clubrooms 44b Inniscort St. Enquiries 445 1359 or 445 4195. New Members Welcome. Cardmaking & Scrapbooking Workshops Every Monday at 7pm at Arts & Crafts Rooms, Inniscort Street. Enquiries to Ngaire 445 1731 or Pauline 027 555 9333. Creative Woolcrafters Meet 9.30am Wednesdays. Clubrooms, 44B Inniscort Street. New Members Welcome. Phone 445 4727 or 445 3520. Cromwell Pottery Group Meet Thursdays 10am - 4pm, Saturday Club Days 10am - 4pm. Clubrooms 44B Inniscort St. All Welcome. Phone Lynne 445 3010 or Joyce 445 1467. Embroiderers of Cromwell Meet at Combined Arts Rooms, 44b Inniscort Street. Tuesdays 9.30am and Wednesdays 7pm. Enquiries 445 1526. Cromwell Floral Art Club Meet 1st Tuesday each month, 7.30pm, Anglican Church Hall. New members welcome. Enquiries Bette 445 0866, Polly 445 3172. Patchwork Group Every Thursday 9.30am and Tuesday night 7pm. 1st & 3rd week of the month. At the Clubrooms 44B Inniscort St. New Members Welcome. Enquiries Viv 445 0638 or Sandra 445 1428. SOUTHERN FUN FELTERS Frist Friday of every month, 10.30am to 3.30pm Cromwell Anglican Church Hall. $5 per day. Tables provided. bring your felting equipment and felting fibres. Bring own lunch. Contact Bev Muir 027 200 1057. U3A Meets usually 3rd Wednesday of each month 10am, for interesting and instructive presentations on a wide range of topic. St John rooms, Barry Ave. Queries to REAP (03) 448 6115.


SPORTS & EXERCISE AGE CONCERN TAI CHI FOR ARTHRITIS & GENERAL WELLBEING 9.15am - 10.15am Contact Clare 445 1291, Steady as You Go 10.30 - 11.30am Mondays, Anglican Church hall. Contact Gwenda 445 0510. AQUA AEROBICS at Cromwell Swim Centre, Tuesday and Thursday at 9.30am and Monday 6pm. Phone 03 445 0919. CENTRAL OTAGO MOTORSPORT CLUB Monthly meeting 2nd Tuesday of the mon 7.30pm upstairs at Victoria Arms. All motorsport enthusiasts welcome. Email with any questions. CROMWELL BADMINTON CLUB Thursday evenings 6.30pm @ Cromwell College gym. Enquiries 445 4504 or 445 3474. CROMWELL BOWLING CLUB Friday Afternoon Bowls: Names up by 1pm. 1.30pm start. Enquiries to Ailex Reid 445 1948 or Miriam Stace 445 4373. Ladies Bowls are held each Wednesday morning starting at 9.30am. Enquiries please ring Pam 445 0788. cromwell karate Tuesday & Thursday, Children 7.30-8.30pm. Adult-Beginners 8.30-9.30pm, Ripponvale Hall. Enq Dave 445 0343. CROMWELL RECREATIONAL MTB GROUP Wednesday evening, 1 hr rides, 7pm from Alpha Street changing rooms. occasional saturday rides too if enough interest. John Wekking 027 222 1003. CROMWELL WALK GROUP We are a friendly informal group which meets Fridays for morning or afternoon walks. For walk information call Morley on 445 3624 or 021 370 676, or Dot on 445 3311 or e-mail us at GOLDEN GATE LEISURE MARCHERS Fun, Friendship and Fitness. Meet every Monday 6-7pm, Goldfields School Hall. New members welcome. Phone 445 1894 for more information. golf 9 & 18 Hole Women’s Golf - Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact Jacqui Ph 445 1465. All Welcome. Ladies & mens SOCIAL Tennis Wednesdays 10am. Enquiries 445 0754 or 445 1540. PETANQUE CROMWELL Come along for a boule. Sunday & Wednesdays 1.30pm at Old Cromwell Town. Continue down beside the lake front. Enquiries Margaret Ball 445 3678 or Helen Stewart 445 1734. TABLE TENNIS Monday Nights, 7-9pm, Cromwell Presbyterian Church, 10 Elspeth Street. Equipment provided. $5.00 per person. Contact Tim 445 1815. Samurai Karate Cromwell Wednesdays at Memorial Hall. Juniors 5.30-6.30pm, Seniors 6.30-7.30pm. Enquiries to Julie 445 0069. SELF DEFENCE LESSIONS Phone 027 258 0734.

MUSIC & DANCE Alexandra Pipe Band- Meets Tuesdays 7.30pm. Transport from Cromwell available. Ring Duncan 445 0400 evenings. Also Music Tuition available in Cromwell on Thursdays. Contact Alastair 027 690 5522. ARROWTOWN LINE DANCING- Beginners to intermediate Wednesdays 12.30pm - 2.30pm. Lake Hayes Pavillion, Transport Available. Contact Glenise 445 0163 or June 445 4498. Central Otago Rock ‘n Roll Club Club nights Thursdays 7.30pm - 9.00pm, Lowburn Hall. Everyone welcome. Enquiries to Gus/Ann 445 3014 or Ken 445 1731. CROMWELL COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB Meets the first Sunday of each month at Town & Country Club, Cromwell. Starts 2pm. Public welcome. No Door Charge. Enquiries Mike Hedges 03 445 4070.

FINE THYME SINGERS Please feel welcome to join us as we prepare old favourites and new numbers through the winter. All singers and accompanists welcome! Lodge Bldg supper room, lower Melmore Tce: Tuesdays at 7:00pm. Details 445 3245. UKULELE groups - Wednesdays, beginners 7.45pm, intermediate 8.30pm. Ph 022 156 2508 for details.

GENERAL Adult Literacy One to one or small group tuition available. A free service for NZ’ers to upskill in literacy and numeracy. Enquiries to Central Otago REAP 0800267327 or email Alcoholics Anonymous Thursdays 7pm at the Resource Centre. Phone 027 445 0370 or 027 808 0353. Saturday 8pm. Phone: 445 1111. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Mondays 6pm at Cromwell Resource Centre, 5 Murray Tce, Cromwell. Phone 0800 628 632. Central Otago Dressage Group Spring and Autumn Tournaments. Visit Phone Carol 445 1070 or Lesley 445 0464. Central Otago Travel Club Meets 2nd Wednesday of the month, 11am Centennial Court Inn, Alexandra. Enquiries Doris Robb 027 247 7100. CENTRAL OTAGO BRANCH, NZ VINTAGE CAR CLUB INC Monthly meetings are held at 8pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the VCC Clubrooms in Litany Street, Cromwell. Interested members of the public are welcome to attend. Enquiries - phone John 445 0598 or Lindsay 445 0065. Code Club Cromwell Come and learn to make computer games, animations and websites for free. Each Thursday afternoon from 3:10 to 4:10 in room B12 of Cromwell College. School term only. Suitable for kids in years 5-8. Enquires to Lisa Wardill, 021 109 3595, cromwell bridge club Each Thursday evening in the Catholic Church Hall, Sligo Street. Be seated by 6.45pm for 7.00pm start. Visitors welcome. Enquiries: Wendy 445 0214; Murray 445 3405. Cromwell GUIDING Lowburn Hall - Term time only. Pippins: Girls age 5 and 6. Thursday 4 to 5pm. Enquiries BROWNIES: Thursdays at 4-5.30pm. Enquiries brownies. Guides: Wednesdays 6pm-7.30pm. Enquiries RANGERS: Meet 6-7.30pm. Enquiries CROMWELL SCOUT GROUP Meet at Scout Hall, Ortive Street CUBS: Girls & Boys Ages 8-10, Thursday 6-7pm. Contact Les 027 2001712 SCOUTS & AIR SCOUTS: Ages 10-14, Tuesdays 7-9pm. Contact Justin 027 616 6310 or Geoff 027 703 4620. VENTURERS: Ages 14-18, Thursdays 7-9pm. Contact Ben 027 208 1377 cromwell & dists community trust Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month, Golden Gate Lodge Board Room, 7-9pm. All welcome. Enquiries Jacqui 445 0657 or Janeen 445 4487. Cromwell Probus Meets monthly, third Monday, at Town & Country Club. New members/visitors welcome. Contact Shirley Pettinger Phone 445 4425. CROMWELL DROP-IN CENTRE The Hut from 10am - 2pm - Every 2nd Tuesday. Come along - play pool, bring along your crafts or even a movie of your choice. Cost to attend is $4 and you must be 18 years or over.

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CROMWELL GARDEN CLUB Generally meet 2nd Tuesday of the month 7.30pm at the Golf Club Rooms. New members welcome. Phone Julene 445 4771 or Jan 445 3183. Some meetings are off-site. Cromwell Genealogy Group Meetings 1st Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm at the Museum also Research day for Family History and/or reading Local history every Thursday from 2-4pm. Phone Lesley 4450738 or 4450446. CROMWELL LAKE DUNSTAN LIONS Meets first Thursday every month at 6.30pm. New members and visitors welcome. Enquiries phone Raewyn 445 1675 or Julie 445 0069. Cromwell lions club Meet every 4th Wednesday of every month, the Town & Country Club from 6pm for 6.45pm meal. New members and visitors welcome. Contact Dave Moreton 445 4487. CROMWELL LIONS (BRANCH CLUB) Meet 1st Wednesday of the month at 6pm, Cromwell Town & Country Club. New members and visitors welcome. Contact D McFelin 445 0510 or M Rutherford 445 1355. MEALS FOR MUMS Providing home cooked meals to new mums of Cromwell. For more information, to register for the service or become a volunteer please visit or call Katie Lindsay 021 112 7811 or Zoe Wood 03 445 4406. NEIGHBOURHOOD SUPPORT CROMWELL Working together for a safe and caring community. Want to get involved? Contact our coordinator Jenaya Smith, phone or text 022 152 3811 or email CROMWELL PONY CLUB Enquiries to or visit our Facebook page. Cromwell & DISTRICTS Promotion Group Meets 1st Tuesday of the month 7.30pm at Room 4, Otago Polytechnic. All Welcome. CROMWELL RESOURCE CENTRE 5 Murray Terrace, Open 10-12.30 and 1.30-4pm Monday to Friday. Phone 445 1690. CROMWELL ROTARY Mondays 5.45pm at Pisa Moorings Restaurant, Pisa Moorings Visiting Rotarians welcome. CROMWELL RURAL WOMEN GROUP Meet every fourth Tuesday at 7.30pm. Contact Joss 4450665. CROMWELL RSA Meets 2nd Thursday of the month. Contact John 445 3575 or Bill 445 0484. Ex Southland Ladies Enquiries Elaine 445 0600. Lake Dunstan Boat Club All Welcome. McNulty Inlet. Membership, enquiries and Clubroom rental Rod & Gun Club Meets 1st Wednesday of the month 7.30pm, John Marsh Rooms, Victoria Hotel. Enquiries 445 3021. SENIOR NET CROMWELL Polytech, Molyneux Ave. Last Day Friday 2nd December. Restart February. Phone George 445 0866, Tony 445 4566, Hazel 445 4514, Clair 445 4565. ST JOHN CROMWELL YOUTH DIVISION Meet Wednesdays, St John Rooms, Barry Ave: Penguins (6-9 years) 3.30pm - 4.30pm Cadets (8-18 years) 5pm - 6.30pm For further information contact Nicola Hansen on nicola.hansen@gmail. com or visit the website the pinot noir pets (red hat ladies) Gathers once a month. New members and enquiries very welcome. Contact Lynne 445 0964. TARRAS YOUNG FARMERS CLUB Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month. New members welcome. Enquiries 0274 511 981. TEDDYLAND Visit a private collection of over 950 teddy bears. Private viewing by appointment, phone Ev 03 445 0809, 22 Kerry Court, Cromwell. Entry by Gold Coin donation to Cure Kids.

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The Cromwell Kilwinning Lodge 98 Meets at Melmore Terrace, Cromwell on the second Wednesday of each month. Contact Angus 027 206 3731 . “The Hut” youth centre 5 Murray Terrace, 445 1228. Open week days through the holidays. Ages 10-18 years. Volunteering Central Find our more about volunteering opportunities in your community. Visit us at The Cromwell Resource Centre every 1st Thursday between 10am and 2pm. Call Trudy 027 506 5777 or email WEEDS - A support group for widows. Coffee & chat 1st Saturday in the month, 2.30pm at Nichols Cafe. Enquiries Kathy Birtles 03 445 0896.


Cromwell Community Playgroup Fridays 9.30am-11.30am, Lowburn Valley Hall. 0-5 years - Free, Activity at Hall. All welcome. Enquiries Amy 027 321 4426. Cromwell Community Toy Library Thursday and Saturdays 9.30am - 11.00am. Contract 022 4 TOY LIB or or find us on Facebook. CROMWELL KINDERGARTEN All families in the community welcome. 25 Gilling Place, Cromwell. Phone 445 0530 email cromwellkindergarten@ La Leche League of Alexandra Meet 3rd Monday of the month 10am C.O. Education Centre Hall, Ventry St (opp Alexandra Primary School). For breastfeeding support and information. Contact Debbie 03 448 5226. MONDAY MINI MUSCLES @ CROMWELL SQUASH CLUB 9.30 Crawlers, Wobbly Walkers, aged up to 2yrs. 10.30 Mixed ages 2,3 and 4 yrs including younger siblings. 11.30 Pre crawling babies aged from 8 weeks old. For more info contact 027 414 9562 or search fro Mini Muscles on facebook. plunket pre-school playgroup for children 0-5yrs, Monday’s 10am at the Plunket rooms. Enquiries Kim 445 1092. PRE-SCHOOL RHYTHM & DANCE Term 4 starts - 18th October Tuesday at Cromwell Presbyterian Church, Elspeth Street. 10.30am. Gold coin donation. Enquiries to Jan 445 4571. TARRAS PLAYGROUP Tuesdays 9am to 12 noon. Relaxed friendly atmosphere, great toys. Any new families in the area most welcome. Ph Tracy 021 214 7670 or Stacey 445 2007.

CHURCH SERVICES Catholic Church Sligo Street. Sunday 4th December - 11am Mass Anglican Church Cnr Donegal and Blyth Streets:- Service Sundays at 9am. Service Tuesdays 10am. Everyone Welcome. Rev’d Damon Plimmer. Phone (03) 443 2440. TARRAS COMMUNITY CHURCH 2nd Sunday of Month at 11am. Lakeside Christian Church Lowburn Community Church Hall 10.30am and 6.30pm. Pastor Bruce Wast. Enquiries Phone 4454215. CROMWELL & DISTRICTS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 10 Elspeth Street, Cromwell (along from New World): Sunday 9am Traditional Service and 10.30am Family Service. All welcome. Morning tea at 10am and after 10.30 service. Enquiries 445 3078. E: CHURCH UNTAMED Friday Night Youth - Yrs 7-13. 6.30-8.30pm at Cromwell Youth Centre. Sunday Service 10am @ Cromwell College (D Block off Barry Ave. All welcome. Contact Ps Ray 021 284 6149 for more info. HEART OF FIRE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday 5pm, Anglican Church Hall, Cnr Blyth & Donegal Streets. Ministering in the Healing Wholeness and Power of God. Pastor Tim 027 5566 443.

MEDICAL SERVICES DUNSTAN HOSPITAL: Vincent Ward Visiting Hours 11am - 8pm or by arrangement. No casual Emergency Service provided. Cromwell Medical Centre 192 Waenga Drive, Cromwell. Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm, late night appointments Monday & Thursday until 8pm. Weekend walk in clinics: Sat & Sun 10am – 3pm. Doctors available 8am – 6pm 7 days a week. Ph 034451119 or 0276459992. Clinic 3 - Accident- Injury- Sports Medicine Clinic. Dr Mary Holden, Ph/fax 445 1119 Lakes Skin Cancer Clinic - Skin Cancer diagnosis and treatment. Please phone 445 119 for an appointment. CROMWELL PHARMACY: Mon-Fri 8.30am to 6pm, Sat 9.30am to 1pm, closed Sunday. After hours call-out phone 0274953353 (fees apply). JUNCTION HEALTH MEDICAL CENTRE Traders Lane, McNulty Road, Cromwell. Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri, 8.30am-5.30pm; Thur 8.30am-7.00pm; Sat Walk in clinic 9.30am-12pm. Sunday closed. Phone 445 4688 for appointments. CROMWELL FAMILY PRACTICE 2 McNulty Road, Phone (toll free) 0508 454 666, text 027 529 1601, Fax 03 445 4673. ALZHEIMER'S SOCIETY OTAGO Do you or a loved one have memory problems? Contact Alzheimer's Society for support, ring Donna 03 448 9056. CROMWELL CANCER SOCIETY SUPPORT GROUP Meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Walking Group @ 1.00pm and Coffee Group @ 1.30pm. Anyone affected by cancer welcome. For more information, please contact the Cromwell Resource Centre or call 03 442 4281 or 0275 360 066. CENTRAL OTAGO OPTICAL LTD Phone 445 4561 for appointments. Lakes Dental Services Appointments available Monday-Friday call 445 1177. 32 BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT Life turned upside down by a brain injury (medical or traumatic event). Support is available. Phone 03 471 6156 or email CROMWELL BREAST FEEDING PEER SUPPORT GROUP Contact Suzy Wood 445 1423. CROMWELL PLUNKET Clinics Thursdays/Fridays, and alternate Wednesdays with Plunket Nurse Anna Smith. Enquiries phone 445 0149. FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP Every 3rd Thursday of the month at Alexandra Community House, Cenntenial Ave, For more information phone Lyn 03 4487720. FREE SMOKING CESSATION CLINICS - URUWHENUA HEALTH Every Wednesday at 12pm-2pm. Cromwell Medical Centre Karena Stone, Smoking Cessation Practitioner, UHI. Phone the Cromwell Medical Centre 445 1119 and Junction Health Wednesday 8.30am - 11.30am 445 4673 or ph/text Karena 0275 255 430. NRG HEALTH & FITNESS - Phone 445 4880 YOUTH HEALTH CLINIC Each Wednesday 2pm to 4pm at the Resource Centre. Free confidential service for under 25yr olds. DISABILITY INFORMATION SERVICE A free information service on all disability and health related issues in the Otago region. Phone 0800693342. Email: dis.dn@xtra. Web: CENTRAL OTAGO MASONIC MOBILITY SCOOTERS CHARITABLE TRUST Mobility scooters and chairs are available for short term use by elderly or persons recovering from illness or accident in Central Otago and Lakes District. Cromwell enquiries to Ray Shaw 445 3172 or contact Charitable Trust Secretary Ken Cook (03) 48 7566 or 027 375 4220.


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SECOND HAND DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS FOR SALE. Non Opening aluminium. Colour Bronco glass. 2 x 1.2m x 1.2m, $150 each. 1 x 1.8m, $200. Phone 0274 705 207.

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• Tyres • WOF’s & Servicing • NZTA Agent • Diagnostics • Full Workshop 107 Gair Avenue – ph 03 445 1494, fax 03 445 1393, mobile 027 281 3637, email

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 11a Rogers Street, Cromwell 027 858 1371 (03) 445 8072

• DomesticFreeview • Commercial • Maintenance • Installations Data • Freeview Installs Domestic / Commercial • Smart Home wiring Home Automation / Multi room Audio 2A Ree Crescent, Cromwell Phone: 445 3793 Fax: 445 3794 Heatpumps


Call Andrew for all your electrical services

KEEPING IT LOCAL since the early 1900’s 147 McNulty Road Cromwell

0800 10 10 56


New joinery factory in town Now Open! 4 Ree Crescent Cromwell Contact Brendon Munro on 027 449 2291 or Mark Harrison on 027 768 1977.

Phone 445 3793 Fax 445 3794

14 Hughes Crescent Cromwell Phone 03 445 4055

Retrofit Double Glaze your home. Wooden and Aluminium catered for. Contact Kris King for a quote today

 Free air-conditioning checks  Free battery checks  We accept farmlands card Yuasa batteries  Quality and reliability  Automotive, Marine, Commercial & Deep Cycle

Phone or Txt: 022 135 6997 Email:

and Licensing Driver Training

Tracks, Roller, & 5, Wheels, Classes 2,3,4 and Vehicle ift rkl Fo s, od ngerous Go arrangement Passenger, Da by nts me rse Recovery Endo

Motorcycle - Basic Contact Bill Batt Handling 0272 740 557 BENEFITS OF RETROFITTED DOUBLE GLAZING: Skills 0800 880 110 • A warmer home in winter, a cooler home in Summer • Significant reduction in condensation External noise reduction ● www.• • Significantly reduces heat loss


Joe Davies 021 252 0433

Total Fencing Solutions Contact US FOR A free NO OBLIGATION QUOTE www.FENCE-ITCENTRAL.CO.NZ

• INSURANCE WORK • CHASSIS STRAIGHTENING • SPRAY PAINTING • BAKE OVEN • FREE LOAN CARS • PANEL BEATING • The latest in computerised 3D measuring equipment 94 GAIR AVENUE, CROMWELL (next to Heavy Trax Hire) PH/Fax: 445 0930 M: 027 530 1326

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Rex & Tess Edgar


021 252 0433 Ph: 03 445 1416, Mob: 0274 316 786

18 Sand Flat Road, Cromwell

We are your Drilling & Piling Experts

WATER BORES We drill: Water bores 150mm dia to 600 mm dia & up to 600m in depth Water wells 600mm dia up to 1200mm dia & up to 25m in depth

Piling SouthDrill can do all of your piling requirements: • Frankie Piles • Bored Piles • Driven Timber • Steel Piles

Contact SOUTHDRILL on 03 211 1567

Total Fencing Solutions Prompt, professional service Quality Products

Evan Pascoe

027 233 9465

Graeme Stewart 027 861 3400



Bulletin CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CROMWELL BULLETIN The Cromwell Bulletin will be delivered as usual on Thursday 22nd December. We will also be publishing a Bulletin for New Year as usual, and this will come out on Thursday 29th December. We would appreciate your copy for this edition at the same time as we receive your copy for the Christmas issue.


With over 30 years experience our family owned and operated business specialises in earthworks. If you have a project to complete call us for a free consultation.

John 03 445 0455

Our deadlines for both issues are: Display (Design work required) 12noon Monday 19th December Print Ready Display 4pm Monday 19th December Classifieds 12noon Tuesday 20th December Thank you in advance for your co-operation at this busy time of the year.

P: 03 445 1757 26B The Mall PO Box 163 Cromwell, 9342 E:

Outdoor living all year round Outdoor shelters engineered to withstand wind and snow phone local agent John Sanford 022 351 1224 for obligation free quote

Site Works Subdivisions Landscaping & Driveways Irrigation & Water Reservoirs Farm Conversions Land Clearing Agriculture

Approved Repairer Approved Repairer Approved Repairer Phone: 03 445 1155

final reminder

Panel & Paint - Plastic Welding Panel & Paint - Plastic Welding Chassis PanelStraightening & Paint - Plastic Welding Chassis Straightening Commercial Transport & Chassis Straightening Commercial Transport & Heavy Equipment Repair Commercial Transport & Heavy Equipment Repair Paintless DentEquipment Repair Heavy Repair Paintless Dent Repair 24hr Recovery Paintless Dent Repair 24hr Recovery 24hr Recovery

Cromwell 2016 Ltd

33 Achil Street A real cutie! Your early Christmas present? A new job for the vendor means this tidy home is now on the market. Open Homes Sat/Sun 4:00-4:30pm Deadline Treaty Monday 5 Dec 4:00pm

10 McNulty Road, Cromwell 10 McNulty Road, Cromwell 10 McNulty Road, Cromwell


P. 03 445 3650 P. 03 445 3650 E. P. 03 445 3650

Alister Stuart & Kate Andrew M: 027 541 5709 M: 027 445 4213

M. 0274 966 397 F. 03 445 3605 M. 0274 M. 9660274 397 966 F. 03 397445F.3605 03 445E.3605 E.


36 Antimony Crescent The packing has begun, so this great 4 bedroomed home could be yours. Call your consultant today, or come to the Open Home on Sunday @ 1pm.

Your on road & off road specialists for motorcycle:

Auction - 9th Dec 2016 CM4839

•Accessories •Repairs •Parts •Tyres •W.O.F

Judy Ludemann M: 0274 599 361 E:

Ph: 03 448 6207 E: 36 Centennial Ave, Alexandra

WHITEWARE SERVICEMAN, Ranges, Dishwashers, Washing machines, anything electrical. John Wekking Electrical. 445 1614, 027 2221003. 26 McNulty Road

Phone 445 4739

frozen meals & desserts only $4.90 each 5 varieties of meals & 2 different desserts biscuits and slices


Phone 0800 44 77 88

Fresh Meat from Southland

Central to Dunedin and Christchurch

Blue Cod Only $39.90 kg


10A Hughes Cresent Cromwell ACCESS

New Listing

Mike Elford 0274 342 220

WANTED - MORE PROPERTIES! Talk to us about Property Management

Cardrona Villa 37, Benbrae Resort 3 bdrms, 2 bthrms, OSP Offers over $349k

Grant Richards 0274 808 334

Kate Elder 027 223 0076

Dougal Weily 021 567 253

David McKenzie 027 543 1946

Bridget McCaughan

Property Manager

0274 213 849

Are you thinking of selling? We have buyers waiting to purchase in various areas and price ranges...

For Sale

For Sale

For Sale

For Sale

Cromwell 34 Blyth Street

Pisa Moorings 5 Foster Place

Pisa Moorings 25 Ethereal Crescent

Cromwell 100 Molyneux Avenue

2 bdrms, 1 bthrm, 1 car gge Enquiry over $450k

4 bdrms, 3 bthrms, 3 car gge + OSP $1,275,000

4 bdrms, 2 bthrms, 2 car gge Enquiry over $815k

4 bdrms, 1 bthrm, 1 car gge Enquiry over $510k

7 Murray Terrace, PO Box 448, Cromwell 9342

p 03 445 0702


Real Estate

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Saturday 3rd Dec 11-11.30am



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Deadline Sale: Closes 4pm Thurs 1st Dec 2016 in office (unless sold prior). 3 1 1 625m2 38 Ray Street

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3 Malay Court CRO24612 Enquiries over $790,000

Denise Riordan 027 257 7737 nking about buying or selling, now is a great Open Home o. If you’dSaturday like to work with experienced 3rd Dec 1-2pm ls with a wealth of local knowledge give us a ll get started today!


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New Listing $Tender

Tender: Closes 4pm 20th December 2016 at Office. 2 1 1 374m2 3/20 Molyneux Avenue

Open to Offers


Deadline Sale: Closes 4pm Fri 9 Dec 2016 at office (unless sold prior).

Section 1012m2 Old Cromwell. Close to Lake




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Level Section 393m2 plus house plans. Stunning Views

$430,000 + GST



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ssional, Positve and Enthusiastic Attitude in d Selling Real Esate. 31 Achil Street

ation appraisal or discussion on any aspects of the selling or CRO24816 $349,000 (GST incl) ocess give us a call today! Melanie Brewer 021 029 55009

Private 922m2 Site adjacent to Greenway Reserve

Country Lifestyle 5.5ha. 5 mins from Town

Jo Nieper M: 027 664 5064 B: 03 445 3735 E:

l Bulling 027 432 8978 03 445 3735

ng in Rural, Residential, Lifestyle and Sections Lot 1 Schoolhouse Road ell and CRO24801 Surrounding Areas. 155 Heaney Road TENDER - closes 4pm Friday 9th

Estate Ltd, Real Estate (unless Agent, sold REAA 2008 December prior)

Neil Bulling 027 432 8978

Jo Nieper 027 664 5064 CRO24582 Price by Negotiation Robin Jenkins 027 224 7546





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Stylish Home $585,000 plus GST


$By Negotiation

E OM 11am NH OPE Dec @ 3rd Sat

$By Negotiation



$231,800 + GST (if any)



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890m2 11 Foster Place


For Rent Perriam Place - $250PW Prime industrial location 2681m2 F/S

Level 1220m2 Section. Good street frontage 26 Foster Place CRO24553 Neil Bulling 027 432 8978 Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

Call me to discuss Nicola Reyntjes 027 434-0399 Property Manager

Gordon Stewart

021 212 9697

Henry van der Velden

0274 345 659

Owen Joyce

027 435 7280

Jeanine Ellis

027 227 5468

Duty Agent: Melanie Brewer 021 029 55009

Warwick Grimmer Pam van der Velden

027 603 9880

Neil Bulling 027 432 8978

Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

Robin Jenkins 027 224 7546

Denise Riordan 027 257 7737

Melanie Brewer 021 029 55009


Nic Reyntjes 027 434 0399

5 Iles Street, Cromwell Ph: 03 445 3735 PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008

Independent Auctioneer

0274 333 939

Lori - 445 1748 for Rentals

Cromwell First National Real Estate Ltd Licensed Under The REAA 2008

Phone 445 1748

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