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Bulletin Thursday 8 March 2018

Your Local Paper Since 1987

26B The Mall, PO Box 163, Cromwell Ph: 03 445 1757 Email:

Issue 1574

“As often as possible go some place that you’ve never been before” Venture into my office... with over 35yrs of travel experience I’m sure I can find that spot.

Enquire Now! Contact Debbie Roberts, your Travel Designer

New face and new toys at the Toy Library The hunt is over… the Cromwell Toy Library now has a lovely new toy librarian! We welcome local Mum Sarah Fookes to the role, she’ll be up to speed in no time keeping local youngsters and their families entertained with the many fabulous toys on offer. If you are interested in becoming a member, pop down to the Memorial Hall on Melmore Terrace for a chat on a Thursday or Saturday morning between 9.30am and 11am (toy library opening hours). There are some excellent toys on offer – particularly now due to the funding we were granted by Lotteries enabling us to buy even more, thank you Lotteries! Come and take a look at the range of indoor and outdoor toys for all ages, including bouncy castles which can be booked for local parties, and there’s even a huge range of cake tins to make your next birthday or special occasion cake super easy. If you are interested in getting involved on the Toy Library Committee, the AGM will be held on 13 March at 7.30pm in the Toy Library rooms at the Memorial Hall. This year a few committee members are moving on, so new volunteers are welcome. Contact Stacey (Secretary) with any queries on 021 177 3033. Editorial and photo supplied

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service for the whole family! Ph 445 1177

Outdoor living all year round Outdoor shelters engineered to withstand wind and snow

CAMCO AUTOS open for all your mechanical needs, 14 Wolter Crescent. Phone Murray on 445 4655.

phone local agent John Sanford 022 351 1224

TINT-A-WINDOW SOLAR PROTECTIVE FILMS. Fade, UV block, heat, glare, privacy. Free quotes, phone 0800 36 84 68 or view our website

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Melmore Terrace, Cromwell Phone 445 1169

THURSDAY Members Draw week 5 at $1300. If not struck this week, must go next week. Must be in the Club to Win.

Takeaway wines available for purchase on the night

Ladies night out Tickets now available!

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

Pink Concert - Group Pickups $50 Per Person - Book Now!

0 800 CROMCABS Your local cabbies 7 days a week 2766 2227

Afix Cafe

Now available Our Own Home Made Pies! Fillings change daily.


Open 8am - close Monday - Saturday (Entrance from Paper Plus carpark)

St Patricks Night Saturday 17th March 7pm Lowburn Hall

Come and enjoy great entertainment - fun - friendship


Cooking Demos

Raffles - BYO Plate for supper - $5.00pp


Professional Chef Timothy Lynch This Sunday, 11 March Cooking demonstrations are scheduled for 10 and 11 am. 26 McNulty Road • Phone 445 4739


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We provide quality hands on treatment to help you recover from your injuries. Osteopaths can treat a variety of conditions: Knee pain, Headaches, Bursitis, Arthritis, AnkleSprains, Shoulder injuries, Tendonitis, Jaw Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Rib sprains, Tennis Elbow, Sciatica, Back ache, RSI, Hip Pain...

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Mt Difficulty Wines Cellar Door Restaurant Wine tasting & sales 10.30-4.30pm Lunch served from midday to 4.00pm daily Bookings essential, phone 445 3445, or email

Mon and Tuesday Restaurant meals in the bar Wednesday to Sunday Restaurant open 5.30 – 9pm


Old Cromwell Town - 03 445-0607

Lunch served from Noon Cellar Door open from 11am 247 Cairnmuir Road, Bannockburn Tel (03) 445 3480

Dining Hours Seven Days 11.30am - Late Phone 445 0725

Cromwell Town & Country Club Inc. Melmore Terrace, Cromwell Phone 445 1169 Members, Guests & Affiliated Members welcome

BISTRO OPEN Thursday to Sunday Evening from 5.30pm

OPEN 11am-9pm Friday 11am - 9.30pm “Eat in or Takeaway” INTO THE WORLD OF SOUVLAKI & KEBABS

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ALEXANDRA & Surrounds


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Phone: 03 445 4826

LAKE HAWEA FRIDAY LUNCH SPECIAL Fish & Chips & Dessert $15.00

Hours: Mon to Fri 8.00am - 4.00pm Weekends 8.00am - 3.00pm

72 Centennial Ave, Alexandra Telephone 03 448 9021


SUNDAY ROAST LUNCH SPECIAL 3 Course Set Lunch Special $29.50

Phone to book : 03 4431224

Cooking Demo with Professional Chef Sunday’s Cromwell Farmers & Craft Market Timothy Lynch will be giving a live food demo at the Cromwell Market using fresh products from the market. Timothy is a lecturer at the Food Design Institute at Otago Polytechnic. His background is as a chef with over two decades professional cooking experience within New Zealand and throughout Europe. As a natural extension of the skills developed as a chef, he shifted from cooking to culinary product

development. Come join us this Sunday for a great opportunity to learn how to cook a delicious and simple meal using products from our market. The market is open from 9 am -1 pm. Cooking demonstrations are scheduled for 10 and 11 am.

Making a positive difference in the life of a young person

Clyde Theatre Group Presents

DAUGTERS OF HEAVEN By Michelanne Forster

In arrangement with Playmarket Inc

The Family Works Buddy Programme matches children, aged 4 – 12 year, with couples or individuals who share time experiences, as they have fun together on a weekly basis doing no (or low) cost activities.

Directed by Barry Gibbons

17-24 March 2018, 7:30pm

The programme has been operating in Otago for 25 years and is focused on boosting children’s lives with friendship, fun, encouragement and positive attitudes. There are over 130 Buddy pairs across the Otago region, and around 30 children are currently waiting to be paired with an adult buddy. Buddy volunteers are quick to express the importance of the programme for them and the young person they support, and the difference it makes. They talk about the opportunity to connect with different parts of the community, to learn new skills and to have some fun and laughter with a young person. Adult Buddies are all ages, and they have a range of interests and experiences to share. This is important, so Young and Adult Buddies can be matched in a way that works for everyone involved.

Clyde Memorial Hall Cnr Fraser and Newcastle St Supper provided, bring your own refreshments Tickets $30 Or Alexandra Community House

JEWELLER AND GOLDSMITH – OBJECTS OF ART LIMITED. Now buying your old & unwanted Gold & Silver jewellery. Call Les Riddell 445 3094 or 027 200 1712. LAST WEEK’S CROMWELL WEATHER Rain

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Prospective Buddy volunteers attend an initial training course that covers topics such as communication skills, guidelines and how to build a relationship with your Young Buddy. All Adult Buddies receive ongoing support and supervision. If you would like to make a difference in the life of a young person in your community contact local coordinator Helen Bond on 0274 182 192 or email

Call Ward for a Free Quote

0800 434 789 SMOKEY / GRIMEY WALLS & CEILINGS? Cleaned quickly and easily, you’ll be amazed! WHITEWARE SERVICEMAN, Ranges, Dishwashers, Washing machines, anything electrical. John Wekking Electrical. 445 1614, 027 2221003.


Clyde Theatre Group are excited to present their 2018 production

“Daughters of Heaven” by Michelanne Forster

You may know of this story from the film version “Heavenly Creatures” made in 1994. Director Barry Gibbons came to the project with a sense of enthusiasm. He had acted in a local production some years ago and had thoroughly enjoyed the experience. This New Zealand drama tells of the relationship of two teenage girls Pauline Parker and Juliette Hulme from Christchurch and the fantasy life they wove. But the story is more than a case of two teenagers going off the rails. Both families have stories of their own. The girls’ responses to their feelings of isolation and the stifling atmosphere of the 1950’s in New Zealand led to tragedy that rocked the New Zealand scene. We look forward to hosting audiences at the Clyde Hall from the 17th to 24th March. Bookings may be done at Alexandra Community House or online at


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NATURAL & EFFECTIVE HEALTH SOLUTIONS with certified & experienced natural therapist. Nutritionist, Kinesiologist & Herbalist. Personalised health & weight-loss programmes. Specialising in gut health, hormone imbalance & spinal realignment. 021947056 SATURDAY/SUNDAY MORNING MASSAGE @ YOGA STUDIO CROMWELL, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage for restoration, revitalisation & renewed balance. Private luxurious surroundings with ambient music & harmonising essential oils. 021947056 CROMWELL DANCE FITNESS 6pm Tuesdays at the sports club on Barry Ave. More info on Facebook or Laura 027 424 0644. FIRST CLASS FOR $10 - GIVE BARRE A TRY. Low impact, perfect for keeping arthritis at bay. Join other ladies 20 60+ in a relaxed small group setting Mon & Thurs nights in Cromwell. Contact Kylie on 027 938 6626 or check out Centralstrength on Facebook. CALL AND SEE MURRAY at CAMCO AUTOS 14 Wolter Crescent, for all your mechanical needs, Phone 445 4655. PAINTBALL CENTRAL. Phone 0274485399 to book or check us out online

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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. Family friendly practice – offering skin checks, minor surgeries, sexual health checks, employment medicals and travel vaccines. Cromwell Chiropractic Ashleigh and Beth provide chiropractic care to the community 5 days a week. ACC accredited, pain and injury, preventative care, pregnancy, children and babies, craniosacral, rehab and ergonomic advice. Lake Dunstan Midwives Ki Te Wahine Friendly, Flexible, and Family-Centered care. Contact Suzanne MacIntosh 021 242 6620 or Charlie Ferris 022 378 2304 to discuss your birth options. Your Physio Providing Physiotherapy treatment for all your injuries, back and joint pain. Special interest in Pelvic Floor treatment for women and men. ACC provider, all patients are welcome. Contact Anke 021 264 9025 for your appointment.

New patients welcome

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Upstairs at Central Lakes Trust

Shared Knowledge – Better, Safer Care. Health providers in the Otago Southland region are being asked to contribute health information to HealthOne, a secure system for storing electronic patient records. HealthOne stores health information such as allergies, prescribed medication and test results in a secure format ONLY accessible by authorised providers, such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists, at their place of work. Your health information is confidential and is only available to your care team, no-one else. The system has been very successful in Canterbury region and is being rolled out throughout Otago-Southland by Pegasus Healthcare. Benefits of shared health information: • More complete information is available to new or emergency providers. • You are able to make more informed decisions about your healthcare. • We don’t have to rely on you to remember your medical history and the prescribed medicines you take. • Less time spent repeating tests and investigations – results are stored in the HealthOne secure site for access next time you need it. • Real-time information like discharge summaries instead of waiting until snail mail arrives! • It all adds up to better, safer healthcare for you. Privacy is paramount. You can choose not to share your information. Cromwell Pharmacy will totally support you in your decision to opt out of sharing your prescription information. All you have to do is tell us when you get your prescription filled. You are welcome to discuss your options with a Pharmacist, or by calling freephone 0508 837 872 (0508 TESTSAFE). For good healthy advice and nutritional support see the team of friendly health professionals at Cromwell Pharmacy. We’re here to help. OPEN: Monday-Friday 8.30am - 6pm and Saturday 9.30am - 1.00pm

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Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm, with late night appointments on Monday & Thursday until 8pm. Weekend walk in clinics: Sat & Sun 10am – 3pm.

Doctors available 8am – 6pm 7 days a week. Phone 03 445 1119 (24 hrs). New enrolments always welcome 192 Waenga Drive, Cromwell


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

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

Qualified, Experienced (over 20 years) and Professional Massage therapist now taking clients at Central Fitness, Cromwell.


John Specialises in Deep tissue, Sports and Remedial Massage. Remember, Stress does not just go away. Make Massage Therapy a regular part of your personal Health Plan. Call John on 02040731331 You won’t be disappointed


The College News On Tuesday this week we held our Academic Assembly to congratulate students who achieved excellence and merit endorsements in their NCEA last year. Over 50 students received these awards totalling $15,000, very generously donated by our community business sponsors. Thank to parents who attended and to Greg Wilkinson, our Board Chair, for presenting the awards. Ngā mihi nui to Regan Hucklebridge and Greta Bauer on being selected as our Head Boy and Head Girl

powerful message for our students on wellbeing, mental health and resilience. On 13 March parenting expert and author Yvonne Godfrey will be working with senior students and then running a parent evening, 7.00-8.30pm in our Auditorium. Yvonne runs the MIOMO programme in Auckland (Making it on my own) and her focus is on parenting and preparing teens for success and independence.

Year 12 and 13 Academic Scholarship Awardees

It is a busy time for summer sports with success for senior mixed touch team at Otago’s, over 20 rowers competing at the South Island Rowing Regatta this past weekend, Otago Athletics, senior and junior cricket, BMX, South Island Triathlon and an Otago futsal competition on Friday and then QUAD tournament next week in Wanaka.

Greta Bauer and Regan Hucklebridge, Head Girl and Head Boy 2018

for 2018. All prefects are interviewed for these positions and their sincere answers, passion for our school and desire to make a difference through their leadership and example highlighted for me what an outstanding prefect group we have this year.

Climbing 600 vertical metres in the first kilometre of a tramp gives real meaning to our whakatauki, Whaia te taumata – pursue the highest peaks. It is a challenge that was met by almost every Year 10 student on the Sawyerburn Hut walk for their camp at Kidds Bush, Lake Hawea last week. They enjoyed their water based activities, games, cooking, group challenges and spending time strengthening relationships between each other and our staff. Year 7 have their EOTC experience this week based at our Aquatic Centre and the Bannbockburn Inlet.

Year 10 Camp Sawyerburn tramp, Kidds Bush

Goal setting Academic Interviews are on Thursday this week for Year 9-13 students and we look forward to strengthening the support around each students wellbeing and achievement through these meetings. Mason Stretch Principal

On Friday last week and Monday this week, we were very fortunate to have restorative practice consultant Marg Thorsborne working with our staff. Restorative practice is one of the core philosophies around relationships within our school and the refresher and further extension was aimed at strengthening our skills. Restorative practice is a process around face to face dialogue that maintains healthy, trusting and productive relationships. Marg impressed on us that we are dealing with adolescent’s who will make mistakes that harm relationships. We have to remember that they are still learning and be prepared to teach students and assist them to put things right and move on. Marg’s message was also appreciated by around 40 parents from our wider school community in our Auditorium on Monday evening. Mike King will be talking to our Year 9-13 students on Tuesday afternoon 6 March as part of his ‘I Am Hope Tour’. He has a


South Island Secondary Schools Rowing Regatta

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South Island Production title heads to the Deep South Invercargill contracted drivers Dylan Mountney 99i and Tam Clements 24i formed a one two quinella to finish first and second respectively in the first ever South Island Production Saloon Championship held at Heavy Trax Hire Central Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Dylan, who drove consistently well all night, secured the title by a comfortable five point margin. It wasn’t a great night for the Cromwell based drivers with overheating issues Affecting two or three cars and an engine failure also ending Geoff Friends night. However Cory McQuillion 8t did manage to fly the flag for the “t’’ drivers by claiming third in the Championship with some very impressive driving. Current 2nz Asha Clements just missed out on another podium by finishing fourth. The Dunedin based drivers and the sole Cantabrian in the field all had their moments in the heats but the night belonged to 99i and Dylan Mountney. The club would like to thank Tony Creighton ( Creighton Sandblasting

Limited ) for his valued sponsorship of the the championship night with some close event. hard fought racing. A clean sweep by the The club champs were also held for the ‘t’ drivers redressed the ledger somewhat Saloon, Six Shooter and Youth Mini Stock with consistency paying off for Ben Smart in 58t. The ever present Josh Evans who classes. squeezed every ounce of horse power out Once again it was the Invercargill of 38t kept Ben honest with Kahu Agnew contracted drivers that took out first and finishing a well-deserved third . second in the Six SHooter Class. Raymond Phillips peddling 17i continued his good form of late to edge out Jack Brown 57i The Modified Sprints made a guest with Braydon Cooper in 28t preventing an appearance and they did not disappoint. Their lap times were ridiculously fast on Invercargill clean sweep. A strong field of twelve Saloons lined up the banked track and a spectacular roll on the grid and it was fast and furious all over by Scott Williamson on turn four night long with Graham Williamson in the showed just how safe these machines are. Hypermac Mustang banking the points Heavy Trax Hire Central Motor Speedways that mattered with two second placings next meeting is the traditional double and a win in the final heat to claim the header Easter Meeting….stay tuned race fans. championship. Euan Shearing 69i also in a Hypermac tied on points with Steve Roberton 55t Call Bev’s Mobile hairdressing to share second spot. service for your next hair-do and she will come to you. The Youth Mini Stocks rounded out Phone 445 4229 or Phone/Text 027 347 7122 for an appointment.

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

Wow!! Congratulations to Dylan Mountney 99i 1st. Tam Clements 24i 2nd and Cory McQuillian 8t 3rd on their podium finishes in the Creighton Sandblasting Limited South Island Production Champs.

Club Champs results are: Youth 58t 38t 98t

Mini Stocks Ben Smart Josh Evans Kahu Agnew

1st 2nd 3rd

Six Shooters 17i Raymond PHillips 57i Jack Brown 28t Braydon Cooper

1st 2nd 3rd

Saloons 21t Graham Williamson 55t Steve Robertson 69i Euan Shearing

1st 2nd= 2nd=

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All for $10!!!! Call in for barista made coffee and check out our beehive

Open 8.00am - 7.00pm 7 days Specials available while stocks last or until 7.00pm 14 March

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THIS WEEK SUNDAY 11TH MARCH CROMWELL FARMERS & CRAFT MARKET 9am - 1pm Cromwell Heritage Precinct. Visit the market’s Facebook page.

WEDNESDAY 14TH MARCH CROMWELL LIBRARY STORY TIME New time: 10.30am - 11.00am during term time. PreSchoolers must be accompanied by a caregiver or adult. Phone 445 0213.

COMING UP TARRAS CHURCH - AGM 18th March at 11am - Parish Picnic to follow. CROMWELL U3A - Wednesday March 21 at the Town and Country Club, Melmore Terrace. 10am to noon. Professor Blair Harris on Climate Change - an update. Cost $5. Please book at REAP 0800 267 327. PLEASE NOTE PERMANENT CHANGE OF VENUE. 40TH YEAR EXHIBITION OF CROMWELL ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY - The Gate Conference Centre, 6 Barry Ave, Cromwell, Easter Weekend, Good Friday 30th March - Easter Monday 2nd April.

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. Creative Woolcrafters - Meet 9.30am Wednesdays and 1st Saturday of month. 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 - Meeting 1st Tuesday at 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 Sandra 445 1428 or Chris 445 8332. SOUTHERN FUN FELTERS - First 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. Cromwell Town & Country Club, Melmore Terrace. Queries to REAP (03) 448 6115.

SPORTS & EXERCISE TAI CHI FOR HEALTH BALANCE FRIENDSHIP - Mondays 9.15am - 10.15am. Starting January 22nd. Contact Claire 445 1291 or Helen 445 3184. Steady as You Go 10.30 - 11.30am Mondays, Anglican Church Hall. Recommences 12 February. Contact Gwenda 445 0510. AQUA AEROBICS - at Cromwell Swim Centre, Monday & Wednesday 6pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 9.00am. Movement in Water for Beginners Thursday 10am Improve aerobics fitness, body tone and range of movement, have fun and make new friends. Phone 03 445 0919. Contact Trudy 0273400789 or Cromwell Swim Centre (Jenny). CENTRAL OTAGO MOTORSPORT CLUB - Monthly meeting 2nd Tuesday of the mon 7.30pm upstairs at Victoria Arms. All motorsport enthusiasts welcome. Email info@ with any questions.


CROMWELL BOWLING CLUB - Friday Afternoon Stadium Bowls: Names up by 12.30pm or phone Russell Smith 445 0439. Friday afternoon and Saturday outdoor bowls. 1pm start. Names on notice board by 12.30pm or ring Alan Cushnie 445 4646. Ladies bowls 9.30am each Wednesday at the Cromwell Bowling Club. All welcome. Phone Pam 445 0788. cromwell karate - Tuesday & Thursday, Children 7-8pm. 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 EZI RIDERS - Every Wednesday. A cycling group for those who want to explore the many trails in the area. For more information phone Cathy on 445 4426 or email THE GATE LEISURE MARCHERS - Fun, Friendship and Fitness. New members welcome. Phone Debbie 027 489 3506 for more information. golf - 9 & 18 Hole Women’s Golf - Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact Jacqui Ph 445 1465. All Welcome. KAYAK LESSONS - Cromwell Swim Centre every second Tuesday in Term 2, first lesson 16/5, all abilities welcome. Age 10 years and over, normal pool entry applies. Instructor Bill Godsill. Ladies & mens SOCIAL Tennis - Wednesdays 10am. Enquiries Ros 445 0754 or Denis 445 3232. 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. Samurai Karate Cromwell - Wednesdays at Memorial Hall. Juniors 5.30-6.30pm, Seniors 6.30-7.30pm. Enquiries to Julie 445 0069.


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 - meets Thursday 7.30-9pm, Lowburn Hall. All welcome. Lessons avilable. Enquiries to Gus 4545 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. CROMWELL SCHOOL OF DANCE - BBO Ballet, Contemporary and Musical Theatre. Enquiries call Jemma 0273146595 or FB Cromwell School of Dance. FINE THYME SINGERS - Please join us if you enjoy singing or accompanying: 7:00 Tuesdays, Lodge supper room, Melmore Tce, Old Cromwell. Details 03 445 3245. SPARKLES PRESCHOOL DANCE – Wednesdays, 10am at Lowburn Hall. Suited to 3 & 4yr olds. Enquiries 021 575 569 or

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 - Wednesdays 6pm at Cromwell Resource Centre, 5 Murray Tce, Cromwell. Phone 0800 628 632. bannockburn ladies - Coffee at the Cafe,. 10.30am Wednesdays. Come along for a chat. Central Otago Dressage Group - Spring and Autumn Tournaments. Visit our facebook page. Phone Carol 445 1070 or Lesley 445 0464. Central Otago Travel Club - Meets 2nd Wednesday of the month, 11am Alexandra District Club, 35 Centennial Ave, Alexandra. New members welcome. Enquiries Doris Robb 027 247 7100. CENTRAL OTAGO BRANCH, NZ VINTAGE CAR CLUB INC - Monthly meetings 8pm, 2nd Wednesday of each month at the VCC Clubrooms, Litany Street, Cromwell. Interested members of the public are welcome to attend. Enquiries phone John 445 0598 or Lindsay 445 0065. CINEMA65 - Film, tea/coffe, sweet for $10 (for over 65's). Bookings essential. Phone 445-8175. Doors open 1pm, 1.30pm start. Arthurs Cinema is wheelchair friendly. Next films 8 March - Sully; 12 April - Their Finest. cromwell bridge club - Each Thursday evening in the Catholic Church Hall, Sligo Street. Be seated for 7.15pm start. Visitors welcome. Enquiries: Wendy 445 0214; Murray 445 0890. CROMWELL COMMUNITY PATROL - meets 2nd Monday of the month at the Police Station at 7.30pm. New members very welcome. Enq. Denis 445 0510 or Fraser 443 4140. 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 girlguides@ RANGERS: Meet 6-7.30pm. Enquiries cromwell.rangers@gmail. com CROMWELL SCOUT GROUP - Scout Hall, Ortive Street KEAS: School years 1-3 Thursdays 6-7.30pm. Contact Robyn 027 677 4884 CUBS: School years 4-6, Wednesdays 6.30 to 8pm. Contact Les 445 3094. SCOUTS: School years 7-10, Tuesdays 7-9pm. Contact Justin 445 1227. VENTURERS: School years 11-14, Wednesdays 7-9pm. Contact Ben 027 208 1377. cromwell & dists community trust - Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month, Scott Base Winery, 7-9pm. All welcome. Enquiries Carl 021 123 4569 or Amber 027 228 1484. Cromwell FELLOWSHIP CLUB - 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. CROMWELL GARDEN CLUB - Generally meet 2nd Tuesday of the month 7.00pm at the Golf Club Rooms. Some meetings are OFF SITE. Phone Julene 445 4771 or Jan 445 3183. New members are welcome. 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.

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CROMWELL NEWCOMERS NETWORK - New to Cromwell? Need help to settle in? Want to meet others? Interested in local activities? Ph/txt Sharon 022 1113 083. All welcome. DRAMA CROMWELL - After school drama classes for children at Goldfields Primary School Hall, Mondays 3.15pm - 4pm (7-10yrs old) and 4.05pm - 4.50pm (11+ yrs old). Enquiries 021 595 436, email 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 mealsformums. 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 Barbara Lloyd, phone or text 022 152 3811 or email CROMWELL PONY CLUB - Enquiries to cromwellponyclub@ 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, meet at Town & Country Club, Cromwell. Visiting Rotarians and New Members welcome. Phone President Andrew 0274 393 628. CROMWELL RURAL WOMEN GROUP - Meet every fourth Tuesday at 7.30pm. Contact Claire 4451291. CROMWELL RSA - Meets 2nd Thursday of the month. Contact Denis Ryan 445 0528 or Bill 445 0484. Ex Southland Ladies - Enquiries Elaine 445 0600. Lake Dunstan Boat Club - All Welcome. McNulty Inlet. Membership, enquiries and Clubroom rental www. 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. Technology, Computer & Smart Phone help. 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, 5 pm – 6.30 pm. For further information contact Justine Anderson on or visit the website "the pinot noir pets" red hat ladies group - Monthly outings,, lunches, afternoon teas, movies, theatre etc. Join our fun group of like-minded ladies. No membership fees. New members welcome. Contact Lynne 445 0964 or Helen 445 0252. TARRAS YOUNG FARMERS CLUB - Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month. New members welcome. Enquiries 0274 511 981. TEDDYLAND - Visit a private collection of over 1100 teddy bears. Private viewing by appointment, phone Ev 03 445 0809, 22 Kerry Court, Cromwell. Entry by Gold Coin donation to Cure Kids. 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 - supporting and connecting volunteers and volunteer organisations. Contact: Lucy@ or call 027 506 5777 to find out more. WEEDS - A support group for widows. Coffee & chat 1st Saturday in the month, 2.30pm at Nichols Cafe. Enquiries Kathy Birtles 03 445 0896.

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Barnardos Early Learning Centre – We welcome all families from 8-5pm, wholesome lunches and great programmes offered for different age groups. 25 A Gilling Place beside Goldfields Primary School. Email Cromwellelc@ or phone 445 4728.

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. Lakes Skin Cancer Clinic - Skin Cancer diagnosis and treatment. Please phone 445 119 for an appointment. JUNCTION HEALTH MEDICAL CENTRE - Traders Lane, McNulty Road, Cromwell. Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri, 8.30am5.30pm; Thur 8.30am-7.00pm; Sat Walk in clinic 9.30am12pm. Sunday closed. Phone 445 4688 for appointments. CROMWELL FAMILY PRACTICE - 2 McNulty Road, Phone 445 4666, Fax 03 445 4673. CROMWELL PHARMACY: Mon-Fri 8.30am to 6pm, Sat 9.30am to 1pm, closed Sunday. After hours call-out phone 0274953353 (fees apply). LAKE DUNSTAN PHARMACY - 2A The Mall. Phone 445 1112, Fax 445 1137. Hours 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday. Sat & Sun 10am-4pm, Public Hols 10am-4pm. 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 - We meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Walking group 1pm,please meet at the car park outside the Forage cafe,The Gate. Coffee group 1.30pm. Anyone affected by cancer welcome. For more information, please contact the Resource Centre on 4451690, or ring 034424281 or 0275360066. CENTRAL OTAGO OPTICAL LTD - Phone 445 4561 for appointments. CONCUSSION: Struggling with recovery? Needing answers or support? Contact Brain Injury Otago 03 471 6156. free mental health strategies Strategies to help you feel good. Visit 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. FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP - Every 3rd Thursday of the month at Alexandra Community House, Cenntenial Ave, For more information phone Lyn 03 4487720. URUWHENUA HEALTH - Full Whanau Ora service including free health clinics. Phone 03 448 8634 for an appointment. 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: Web: www. CENTRAL OTAGO MASONIC MOBILITY SCOOTERS CHARITABLE TRUST - Mobility scooters and chairs available for short term use 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.

Cromwell Community Playgroup - Fridays 9.30am11.30am, 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 EARLY LEARNING CENTRE (CELCI) - Family focused early learning centre for children aged 2-6 years. 53 Monaghan Street, Cromwell. For more info phone 445 0095 or email CROMWELL KINDERGARTEN - All families in the community welcome. 25 Gilling Place, Cromwell. Phone 445 0530 email MOLYNEUX EDUCARE - All day pre-school from 7.30am5.30pm for children aged 0-5. Nutritional meals available. We are located at 17 Molyneux Ave beside the Polytech. For more information email or phone 445 0632. MUMS FOR MUMS CENTRAL OTAGO - Meet 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month 10-12 Youthbase, Gregg Street, Alexandra. Breastfeeding support and parenting resources, topics and speakers. Contact Helen 0273289277, Jennifer 0272299213. Find us on Facebook. MONDAY MINI GYM @ CROMWELL SQUASH CLUB - 9.30 Crawlers, Wobbly Walkers, aged up to 2yrs. 10.30 Mixed ages 2,3 and 4 yrs including younger siblings. For more info contact 445 0632. plunket pre-school playgroup - Every Monday during school term time, 10.30am - 12.30pm an. Please contact Kim 445 1092 with any queries. PRE-SCHOOL RHYTHM & DANCE - STARTS 20th February 2018 @ Cromwell Presbyterian Church, Elspeth Street. Tuesdays 10.30am. Gold coin donation. Enquiries to Jan 445 4571. SPARKLES PRE-SCHOOL DANCE - Wednesdays, 10am at Lowburn Hall. Suited to 3&4 yr olds. Enquiries 021575569 or 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 MEDITATION: Every Tuesday 8.30am at St Andrew's Church, cnr Donegal and Blyth Streets. Phone 021 0322 552 for more information. Catholic Church - Sligo Street - Sunday 4th March 11am. 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. Pastor Bruce Wast. Enquiries Phone 027 450 7618. CROMWELL & DISTRICTS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 10 Elspeth Street, Cromwell (along from New World):Sunday Services: 9am - Traditional service 10am - Morning Tea 10.30am - Family Service and Children's Program. Enquiries to 03 445 3078, email, Church Untamed - Sunday Service 10am Cromwell College Auditorium, Barry Ave. Family Friendly, All Welcome. Friday Night Youth - Fridays 7pm-8.30pm Cromwell College Auditorium for Years 7-13. Contact Ps Ray Thomson for more info 021 284 6149 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.



SPORTS ROUNDUP CROMWELL GOLF Bayleys Wednesday golf results 28/2/2018

Tuesday Women’s 18 hole golf results, 6 March.

39pts 1st W Hunkin 2nd G Conlan 39 pt 3rd D McDonald 39 pts 4th T Wood 38 pts 5th D Usherwood 38 pts 6th S Taylor 38 pts Two’s: E Dickie x2, S Taylor, L Scott

Monthly medal and putting. 1st S Keis 76 2nd N Lister 77 3rd S Field 77 4th I Cushnie 81 Putting: S Field Twos H Cummings Best Net: Saturday and Tuesday players. T Linton, $20 voucher from Radiance Spa

Moore Golf Monthly Medal and Putting Results. 3rd March 2018 Blue Tees nett scores: T Wood 68, C Cummings 69, A King 70, K Mills 71, D Cameron 74 White Tees nett scores: G Conlan 65, S Nome 70, J McIlhatton 74, D MacGillivray 75, D Minehan Women nett scores: T Linton 75, R Pearson 75 Best Gross White tee’s: S Nome Blue tee’s: B Terry Putting: K Ludemann 27 Champions Mug: Blue: T Wood White: G Conlan Golden View Lifestyle Village Country Rover: S Harvey nett 90 Nearest the pins Anderson Plumbing Women No 14: Drawn – T Linton No 5: K Hurley No 17: D Minehan Birdie Hole # 3: D Cameron, K Hurley Nett Eagle hole # 14: C Cummings Two’s: T Linton, K Hurley, A Davies, B Olausen, C Cummings, D Minehan Notes: 4BBB Stableford. Drawn cards. Entries for Old Smuggler Open. Starters: A Davies, B Schonk Cards: D Usherwood, B McArthur Bar: H Anderson Bob Chatfield Harcourts Twilight Results 1st March 2018 Front 9 Back 9 1. Kris Horsnell 24 1. Adam Kimpton 2. Brigetta Smith 23 2. Don Clark 3. Shawn Naylor 22 3. Malcolm Adams 4. Brett Butcher 22 4. Kay Scurr 5. John Petre 21 5. Peter Silvester 6. Brett Fahy 21 6. Noel Edwards 7. Kriston Bright 20 7. L Borrie 8. D Crosson 20 8. Grant Harris 9. C Wallis 19 9. M Harrold 10. D McDonald 19 10. Natalie Franklin 11. C Morton 19 11. Ray Naylor 12. Alistair Stuart 19 12. Michael Sullivan 13. Regan Heal 19 13. Jackie hamilton 14. Baryy Scurr 19 14. Scott Penny 15. Duncan Sangster 19 Bar Tab winner: Swingers & Hookers


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Saturday 10 March - 1st round Ad Hosking Stableford. Monday 12th March - Cromwell Harvest Festival Tournament Tuesday 13 March - 1st Round Ad Hosking Stableford Starters: J McGraw, J McDonald Cards: N Lister, K Dixon Women’s 9 hole golf results, Medal and Putting. 1st C Blackie 37 2nd B Corcoran 39 Putting: B Corcoran 18 Anderson Plumbing nearest the pin, P Copeland

CROMWELL BOWLING CLUB Mid-week Tournament at Queenstown 3rd I Stuart, K Dickie, R Freeman, J Hunter Friday Bowls 2/3/18 1st Ed Josselyn, Keith Lake 2nd Miriam Stace, Ngaire Jones, Ray Hodson. Saturday Pennants 3/3/18 Div 1 at Cromwell Won both Fours & Pairs from Hawea Div 2 at Alexandra Fours Team 3 Crom – Won 17/Alex7 Team4 Crom 11 – Alex 7 Team 5 Crom 5 – Alex 17 Pairs Cromwell Team 3. Crom 14 – Alex 8 Team 3 Crom 12 – Alex 5 Cromwell Team 4 Crom 18 – Alex 10 Team 4 Crom 14 – Alex 9 Team 5 Crom 9 – Alex 9 Team 5 Crom 19 – Alex 1 DUNBARS INSULATION CROMWELL Your Local Heat Saving Specialists. 50yrs Exp, Affordable, Hassle/Chemical Free Call today for your Free Energy Efficiency Check to see if you meet the latest NZ4246 Insulation Standards 027 78 98 788 CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021.

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P BANNOCKBURN BOWLING CLUB Results: Sat 24th Feb Division 2 v RSA at home Team 1 Fours G Stewart - J Carr - W Munro & B Neal Lost 15 - 18 Pairs G Stewart & B Neal Won 15 – 10 J Carr & W Munro Won 14 – 5 Team 2 Fours J Bartlett - R Clark - K Lake &P Herbison Won 14 - 7 Pairs J Bartlett & P Herbison Lost 5 –12 R Clark & K Lake Won 16 – 4 POINTS B/BURN 10 RSA 4 Wednesday 28th Mid week tournament at Queenstown Our team of Wilson Dave Peter & Keith came away with 2 wins from their 5 games. Saturday 3rd March Divison 1 v Arrowtown at home. Fours W Moir - J Carr - T Collins & D Stewart Won 16 - 4 Pairs W Moir & T Collins Won 10 – 9 J Carr & D Stewart Won 10 – 9 POINTS B/BURN 7 ARROWTOWN 0 Divison 2 v Alexandra at Alexandra Both teams enjoyed a great afternoon bowling, many close games, but the final scores not going their way. POINTS ALEXANDRA 14 BANNOCKBURN 0

PETANQUE CROMWELL Results Sunday 4th March Game 1 Yahoo. E Moore 1st H Stewart 2nd T McNiven 3rd M Appleton, M Ball 11 A Douglas & M Andrew 2 Game 2 E Mane & T McNiven 4 M Appleton & H Stewart 10 Yahoo A Douglas 2nd M Ball 1st M Andrew 3rd Game 3 M Ball, M Andrew, H Stewart 8 A Douglas, E Moore, M Appleton 4 PUNCTUAL, NEAT & TIDY, New housing, Renovations, Whiteware, Freeview. John Wekking Electrical, 027 2221003. MICHAEL STEWART RESTORATION – Panel Beating & Spray Painting, Rust repairs, small dents. 13 Connelly Way, Cromwell. BATHROOM MOISTURE A PROBLEM? Fit a STEAM STOPPER. Stop the Steam before it starts. 0211 788 589.

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SIGNIFICANT EXHIBITION FOR BANNOCKBURN ARTIST The largest exhibition for many years of Bannockburn artist Maurice Middleditch opens at Central Stories Museum & Art Gallery in Alexandra this week. ‘Summer Evening Nevis Valley’ by Maurice Middleditch The exhibition is titled “Looking at Landscapes” and contains 17 of his recent watercolours. General Manager at Central Stories, Maurice Watson, said “This is a significant exhibition as it profiles in a public gallery ‘Schoolhouse Road Bannockburn’ by Maurice Middleditch one of the best water colour landscape artists in Otago or Southland and all the works are for sale. It is a great opportunity to see so many of his works together at the one time”. Middleditch was a signwriter in ‘Old Sluicings Kawarau River, Christchurch before he bacame Bannockburn’ by Maurice Middleditch a landscape painter in the 1980’s and he and wife Janet moved to Bannockburn in 1999 with his aim to paint landscapes fulltime. Although accomplished in painting with oils and acrylics it is watercolours that Maurice prefers and he believes it is the perfect medium for capturing the fleeting effects of light, reflections and atmosphere in Central Otago. He describes watwrcolours as ‘infuriatingly frustrating to work with but enormously satisfying when they’re going well. So difficult and yet so rewarding all at the same time.’ “Looking at Landscapes” is on at Central Stories in Alexandra until 29 April. CENTRAL TRAVEL for your Seamless Travel Experience: Now is the time to book your 2018 Winter Holiday, contact Kelly Cruickshank – NZ Travel Broker, today to plan your escape: 16+ years’ experience, all airlines, destinations, cruises, tours & so much more. Support Small Local business. www. 021 767 297. Your Mobile Travel Expert – let me visit you at home or work. ROTARY BOOK SALE! Books always wanted for annual book sale. Leave at Book Exchange at Freeway Orchard, or phone Lindsay at 03 449 2128 for collection. WHITEWARE SERVICEMAN, Ranges, Dishwashers, Washing machines, anything electrical. John Wekking Electrical. 445 1614, 027 2221003. CALL AND SEE MURRAY at CAMCO AUTOS 14 Wolter Crescent, for all your mechanical needs, Phone 445 4655.


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Otago Polytechnic Trades Academy students to benefit from funds for tools The Central campus for the Otago Polytechnic is developing a new Secondary – Tertiary College Trades Academy facility for use by Trades Academy students and those attending Level 3 auto-mechanics and carpentry programmes. While the new building will be funded in entirety by the Polytech Council, Central Lakes Trust is making a contribution for tools and equipment for the facility. The Cromwell Trades academy collaborates with service providers throughout the region to provide learning pathways between school, tertiary education and vocational opportunities. “Providing courses in Central Otago allows the region to better retain its young people and build a resilient community,” says Central Lakes Trust Chief Executive, Susan Finlay. Central Lakes Trust will also provide support of $57,000 for the estimated 380 bed nights required for Central Lakes families at Ronald McDonald South Island facilities over the 2018/19 year. Many families from the Central Lakes region have been accommodated at both Ronald McDonald House Christchurch and Ronald McDonald Family room at Southland Hospital. “Our remote location away from these health services, makes it difficult for families. Ronald McDonald Houses allow these families to have somewhere to stay with the support they need to focus on their child’s health,” says Central Lakes Trust Chairman, Tony Hill.

The conservation plans of these important historic buildings and places consider historic significance, vulnerability, and development of conservation policies to ensure protection, retention and enhancement, Susan says. The plans will form an important component of a wider heritage strategy.” “Interestingly we have had a number of enquiries from museum groups recently, all asking similar questions. This has identified a need to facilitate a wider conversation to gain a broader understanding of the issues these groups are facing, which we have commenced with key stakeholders.” A number of operational grants for the 2018/19 financial year were approved supporting charitable community groups to provide their core services within the Central Lakes region. These include, Otago and Southland division of the Cancer Society receiving $50,000, Central Otago Friendship network, with $15,000, and the Volunteering Otago and Otago Plunket Community Services with $25,000 respectively. “The Trust’s annual grants budget is $6.28m and the latest rounds of grants takes the total approved for this financial year to over $6.93m” Susan says. The next annual grant’s budget will be set at the next Trust meeting to be held on March 12th 2018.

Central Lakes Trustee’s also confirm funding for Clyde Museum to complete a conservation management plan for the Blyth St and Briar Herb Museum at a proposed value of $20,771.

GRANTS APPROVED – FEBRUARY 2018 Project grants CODC – Millers Flat/Roxburgh War Memorials Replacement flagpoles $2,070 The Parenting Place Operational grant $1,959 Alzheimer’s Society Otago Inc. Multi-year 2 $16,000 Brain Injury Association Otago Multi-year 3 $10,000 QLDC Lake Hayes Pavilion Defibrillator $2,061 CODC – Clyde Museum Conservation plans $20,771 Disability Information Services Establish mobile service $10,500 Otago Polytechnic Tools for new Trades Academy $175,000 QLDC Baby memorial $25,500 QLDC Queenstown Gardens playscape $100,000 Operational grants Cancer Society of New Zealand Operational grant 2018/19 $50,000 Central Otago Friendship Network Operational grant 2018/19 $12,000 Otago Plunket Community Services Operational grant 2018/19 $25,000 Ronald McDonald House – South Island 380 room nights Christchurch & Invercargill 2018 $57,000 Volunteering Otago Operational grant 2018/19 $25,000 TOTAL:


Update from the Museum

LEST WE FORGET WORLD WAR ONE DISPLAY. The museum is putting together a display to commemorate the end of the First World War. While we have some photographs, uniforms and artefacts to form the basis of the display we wonder what you may have at home that you would be willing to lend to the Museum for four months. In particular any photographs of the men with horses. A good number of volunteers from this area were in the Otago Mounted Rifle Brigade, and we have only one photograph of a man and his horse in the archives. Does anyone happen to have a


WW1 Nurses Uniform that you are willing to lend us? Contact Edith at the museum if you can help us with any memorabilia. Watch for the opening

WINTER SERIES. A series of talks is being planned for six Sunday afternoons during

the winter months. The dates are confirmed and some of the speakers. Some of the topics are - Chinese in Central Otago, Leslie Wong, Chinese Historian. - The Night Sky Ian Griffin Otago Museum The other four speakers and topics are to be confirmed. More details later. The Otago Museum’s Wildlife Photographic Exhibition has now finished and will be replaced by the WW1 display. Look forward to seeing you at the Museum.

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CROMWELL BEATS MANIOTOTO IN THE PLAY-OFF FOR THIRD In the play off for third and fourth Cromwell beat Maniototo by five wickets on last saturday, and got third place. From Cromwell Ryan Jones top scored with 29 runs chasing 109 while Hamish Wilkinson made 24. While bowling for Cromwell Bali Brar took 3 wickets for 14 runs and was awarded player of the match award. Maniototo 109/10, Cromwell 110/5. Above: Cromwell Senior Reserve Cricket team

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This day is celebrated everywhere, it’s a big day for inspiration and change, come and mark the day with women from your community. Women in Wine of Central Otago invite all women in the region to an informal drinks, meet and greet on Thursday, 8th March. Bring your work colleagues, make-up a group or come on your own, and just have ‘wine o’clock’ together to commemorate this International Day of Celebration. This day provides an important moment to showcase commitment to women’s equality, launch new initiatives and action and celebrate women’s achievements. It’s a time not only to reflect but to focus on what needs to be done to make faster progress in the lives of women.

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Cromwell BMX Club Fundraiser SMARTPHONE QUIZZ with Ricky Kay

SET UP YOUR TEENS FOR INDEPENDENCE & SUCCESS! YVONNE GODFREY is an award winning speaker, author & TV and radio guest. Don’t miss her entertaining presentation for parents of tweens and teens! PARENTS DISCOVER: • Stop nagging and gain co-operation • Parenting traps and how to avoid them • Outsmart weird or aggro behaviour Plus much, much more!

Friday 16th March, 7-9pm Cromwell Sports Club Maximum 4 people per team $40 per team

DATE: Tuesday 13th March TIME: 7:00PM - 8:30PM VENUE: The Auditorium - Cromwell College, Barry Ave COST: Gold coin donation at the door + Supper Provided

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Introducing Yvonne to our parents and students was one of the best things we could do for their futures.

Yvonne immediately connects with a blend of strategies from old-school truths & current research.

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CALLING ALL SPORT & RECREATION CLUBS Draft – Regional Sport & Recreation Facility Strategy Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago districts







6.30pm – 8.00pm Cromwell Sports Club Anderson Park

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YOUR OPINION MATTERS Having your say can make all the difference to your district’s facilities in the years to come. To register, or to receive an electronic copy of the draft strategy document, please contact Owen Booth at:

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An opportunity has opened to join the Mainfreight Cromwell family as a company driver. You’ll need to have a can do, friendly attitude with flexibility and willingness to go the extra mile to delight our customers. Of course, you’ve also got: • Current Class 1 or 2 Drivers Licence • Goods Services Licence

• Dangerous Goods Licence • Fork Hoist Licence

In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with the kind of security and on-going career opportunities that only a world-class company like Mainfreight can offer. Mainfreight are looking for that right person who’s eager to make the next step in their career and take on responsibility.

STOREPERSON EXTRAORDINAIRE As a storeperson you’re a key player in our crew. You’ve got your finger on the pulse of the depot and your eyes and ears open to what’s happening. You work well unsupervised because you’re driven and work-proud kind of person with high standards. You always get the job done, safely and efficiently. You have excellent communication skills and a strong belief that the customer is KING. You would ideally have some knowledge of the transport industry and have your forklift license, on-going training will be provided (a Dangerous Goods would be great to have too.) The role is varied and you’ll be involved in the day-to-day loading of our customers’ freight to various destinations. Ideally the successful applicant will have: • A passion to “do it right first time”

• A “can do” attitude and a willingness to go the extra mile • Leadership skills

• Perfection and Quality Values

• Hunger to bring our morning team into the next level In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with the kind of security and on-going career opportunities that only a world-class company like Mainfreight can offer. To be considered for these positions you will need to pass a Pre-employment Background Check and Drug and Alcohol Test. Join us on an exciting journey as we work towards our 100-year vision. Apply now by sending your cover letter and CV to Nathan McEldowney at ur you ll y all o r For a ur o y For g ll vain our orov Fm ll gym ts nts er o ain rn or o Fm ue ey ll ou irg ym uin ll oqva ru er a ro rts ey g r F oyu oe ir o in Fm n u v ll e q o ll r a m r m g a u r e ouernts oFoq rin irg ym Fm ov u ll in a o va roe ey roq irin ll g Fm u gu ts o nts roer y errn v oqva ue F e oin o ll m m ir ym e g m u u irg ll r in n o o r u e nts a va er y F ets oqv r e m ll o m r m e in eu F ts ir ir r o o nts u oerqvea ug ym er Fm qll r in e n g r e ir r o u o in oeoqv u ments v Fm y e g ir r ll m in u a r ts q in nts roeo en e Fm ir me em u irg m u rre m e qv g eoq ir vu in ents reoq m irem requ ments e ir u req

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES LPG Driver/Filler We are looking for 2 enthusiastic people to join our team due to an upcoming expansion

Full Time LPG Driver/Filler

Queenstown Run – Cromwell Based

Part Time LPG Driver/Filler Central Run – Cromwell Based Flexible Hours 25+ Hours per week

Experienced Drivers who: - Are physically fit and reliable - Have a Class 2 License - Preferably have a D endorsement - Have the ability to work unsupervised - Have good time management skills - Have a good work ethic and a positive attitude Send a CV and cover letter to Genesis Energy at


WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN We are looking to employ a person for 5 hours per week who enjoys working in the workshop environment. The successful applicant will be confident and skilled in the use of machinery and be required to: • source and order materials • cut and prepare wood, metal and plastic for students project work • maintain basic tools and equipment Applications in writing to; Norm Wing – Head of Technology Cromwell College Barry Avenue Cromwell Applications close Friday 16 March 2018. Please contact the school office for any inquiries.

PIANO TUTOR REQUIRED Customer Service – Cromwell

This role requires an all-rounder & will encompass helping out with all aspects of the business. Must be able to start at 7.00am. Responsibilities and Skills: • Exceptional Customer Service & Technical Aptitude • Sales & Quotations • Stock & Inventory control • Deliveries • Sense of humour • A willingness to learn • Team Player ,strong work ethic • Time Management • Willing to go the extra mile as the rule not the exception • Counter Sales experience (preferably from a related industry) • Good level of computer literacy • Forklift & class2 licence (preferred but not essential) as training will be provide for the right person If you have what it takes apply now to The Manager PO Box 253 Cromwell or email

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We are looking for suitable persons to apply for this position in the CROMWELL area. If you have a good knowledge of practical and theory, have a passion for music, are reliable and have the ability to work on your own, this could be the position for you. A guaranteed clientele awaits. Full training given. Please apply to: Denise Dore, 42 Barr Street, Mornington, Dunedin. 9011 e-mail:

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


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Sandwich Artist 16 Elspeth Street, Cromwell

We at Mitre 10 Cromwell are looking for two people with passion and drive, who want to be part of our winning team.

Hardware Specialist and Seasonal Department Are you a team player with a passion for helping people and solving problems? Do you have a passion for DIY and great customer service skills? If this sounds like you, then email your resume to

5am – 7.30am Number of days flexible A sandwich making position has become available doing food prep only in our busy kitchen. Applicants Should: - Have a keen interest in food - Be motivated and enthusiastic - Be reliable, honest and use initiative - Be available to work public holidays Full training will be given. Please send your CV with a cover letter to or pop instore to get an application form.


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Operations/ Project Manager Truck Drivers, Excavator Operators Trainees (with similar roading/ driveway backgrounds)

Crom-Dig pride ourselves as an innovative company, and the positions would suit like-minded people. We are seeking motivated and easy going persons with the following attributes: • experienced, with Full Drivers Licence with Class 2, W,T,R endorsements (preferable) • punctual and reliable, • positive attitude, and passionate about going above and beyond for our clients • capable of following instructions and to work in a team environment / autonomous role • not afraid to jump out and pitch in wherever needed • able to communicate clearly and efficiently • adopt and promote safe workplace practices, • respect the machinery they drive, • provide pre-employment drug free test Full on the job training will be provided. Rate negotiable depending on experience. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit. If you wish to become a valued member of part of a great team, with interesting and varied work, please forward your details and CV to PO Box 213, Cromwell 9342, or phone Matt 027 256 7864


DOMINATOR GARAGE DOORS – CENTRAL OTAGO “Garage Door Installer” Wanaka/Cromwell We require a new garage door installer/technician to service our growing business in the Wanaka and Cromwell Area. This will be a waged position and duties involve installation of new garage doors and automatic openers to new builds and existing homes. Full training will be provided. To be successful in this role, you must: • be professional in interactions with customers and fellow staff members • have the ability to work quickly and efficiently • be a fast learner • have the ability to work unsupervised or as part of a small team dependent on the job • be reliable and honest • be punctual and hardworking • have a clean drivers licence and • preferably have knowledge and experience using power tools (e.g. grinders, drills etc.) This position is full time Monday to Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm. We offer a competitive wage and use of a company vehicle. All tools are supplied. If this sounds like you, please email your covering letter and CV to: Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ Work Visa for at least 12 months.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES need a licence? Then Drivetech are the team to see

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VISITOR CENTRE CONSULTANT Permanent Part-Time Position, Cromwell i-SITE

The i-SITE provides booking and information services to ensure visitors and locals see the best of our region. The operation runs 7 days per week year round. The hours for this part-time role operates on a rotational roster of 4-consecutive days on and 4-consecutive days off. The rostered shifts are of 3+ hours each rostered day and these shifts can include weekdays, public holidays, as well as some weekends. You will need to: • Have proven experience in direct sales • Be highly motivated to achieve sales targets • Exhibit dynamic and engaging sales skills • Provide outstanding levels of service to local, national and international customers. • Be knowledgeable about the local area. • Have excellent computer skills, in particular, word processing, Excel, Internet and email. • Be self-motivated and able to work unsupervised. • Possess outstanding communication skills, and be able to work with people from a wide range of organisations and backgrounds. Details of the job description can be obtained from Council’s website All applications should include a cover letter, CV and address the key selection criteria. Make sure your cover letter is specific about your experience and what you are looking for now. Applications should be addressed to the Tracye Stedman, Manager, Human Resources, Central Otago District Council, PO Box 122, Alexandra 9340 and sent via email to Applications close Wednesday, 21 March at 12 noon.

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Who Wants to Work at Warbirds over Wanaka? Easter weekend 30th, 31st March and 1st April Be part of the 30th birthday celebration of this fabulous Airshow and be paid! Blaikie Recruitment has retained the contract to assist the catering company to provide the hospitality temp staff for this busy Easter weekend. So if you are available from 8 to 5 pm or 5 pm till 10 pm for the three days and have proven hospitality experience, we want to hear from you! This is a ‘once in a life time’ celebration so we need keen, happy and experienced hospitality staff to make it an event that no one will forget. For more information on shift availability, please email Annabel Blaikie or text 0272 416 619.

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OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR Upper Clutha Transport is a long-established transport business that has depots in Wanaka and Luggate. UCT operates a fleet of 26 trucks along with diggers, loaders and a daily freight service into Wanaka. UCT also operate a handyman yard in Wanaka supplying aggregate and topsoil to the local community. Due to an expanding work load we are looking for an office administrator and have a full-time position available located at our Luggate office. Position will also involve alternating work and covering when required at the Wanaka Office. We are seeking a person that has extensive clerical experience and understanding of Docket Entry, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and general office processes. Previous experience in the road transport industry would be an advantage, but not necessary. Excellent communication skills are a prerequisite, as the position involves a great deal of contact with our suppliers, customers, and staff. Previous experience with Greentree financials and Microsoft office software would also be an advantage, however full training will be given to the successful applicant. The successful applicant must work well in a team environment along with a can do attitude, we are looking for a warm, engaging and upbeat individual for this role. If you wish to work in a progressive environment and have the necessary skill set then please apply with your CV to: The Manager Upper Clutha Transport Luggate, RD3 Cromwell Email:

The Cromwell Town & Country Club is looking for a Bar person to join our team, the position will also include some Restaurant service and Coach driving. The person we are looking for will need to be able to work rostered hours, evenings and weekends. If you have a friendly helpful nature and able to work alongside our small team, please contact Neil on 03 445 1169 or 0275 177 178 or email your CV to WELDER/FABRICATOR WANTED $26-30/hr. Phone Justin at Queenstown Engineering 027 616 6310.

Trophy Ridge Orchards Limited Cromwell

Semi Skilled Operative required with Mechanical Aptitude. We require a Semi Skilled Operative to fill a role in our team operating and maintaining machinery, plant and equipment. The applicant will require at least two years experience in working on a large scale Cherry and Apple Orchard . The main duties will be extensive tractor work ,use of mini digger,pruning and spraying and above all to be able to offer practical input concerning machinery,operation of diesel pumps, small motors,irrigation micro sprinklers and piping which requires experience and a mechanical aptitude as the machinery is very expensive and requires extensive maintenance to ensure that it is fully operational at all times. Mechanical knowledge of the types of machinery and equipment used in the operation is essential.Keeping the irrigation system working and operational is a vital skill in the work.The applicant also needs to be experienced in the use of a 6.4 metre Hydralada and in the rigging and maintenance of Nets used to cover the trees. The applicant will need to have a Spray Certificate and a Full New Zealand driving licence. A very positive attitude and the ability to working in a team as well as alone and in sometimes challenging conditions is an essential requirement of the position. If you have the necessary attributes for the position and have the required skill and experience then please forward your application with expression of interest to Trophyridgeorchards@gmail. com.If you have any questions or wish to discuss the position please phone Graeme on 021 323711. Applications close on 22 March.

Applications close 9th March 2018 Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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Wooing Tree Plan change 12

Council totally ignored a decision of the Environmental Court?

The 26 neighbours of the Wooing Tree who opposed the plan change in its entirety are astounded at the lack of consideration given to our submission by the Commissioners and by the Central Otago District Council who have now endorsed the Commissioners’ findings. To make such a decision before the release of the new District Plan which is due early this year, when a decision on Plan Change 12 is not legally required until March 2019, is not only too hasty but also quite wrong.

Furthermore, apart from all the above we believe that a single lane roundabout as initially proposed is totally unacceptable on the main highway leading to both Queenstown and Wanaka. Further, it beggars belief that the applicants expect Cromwell ratepayers to fund the proposed underpass under State Highway8B that will provide pedestrian and cycle access from the town to their development.

The Central Otago District Plan incorporates four areas zoned RRA6 (ie minimum block size 4000sq mtrs.) to quote ”Development will offer the advantage of maintaining an open character in this part of the District, while containing concentrated urban development to the south of State Highway 8B at Cromwell”. Our neighbours are fully entitled to the retention of the open character of our development. This decision will be a rude shock to many of these people who bought and built in this area under the now mistaken belief that the Council, via the provisions of the District Plan, would be protected against this type of high density development. The Commissioners and Council seem unable to grasp the concept that open land, especially on private sections, has value. Instead they have come to the conclusion that the siting of what will be the highest density of residential housing in Cromwell in an area that is specifically zoned to protect the open space “will make more efficient use of the Wooing Tree land resource…” To say that the decision is “appropriate and is consistent with the relevant objectives and policies of the Operative District Plan” is beyond belief. There is no shortage of building space in the Cromwell area and there are opportunities to purchase sections of the sizes proposed in these other areas. This decision removes the last opportunity for the provision of larger sections, which was the exact intention of the RRA6 zoning. We regard the development of a high density residential block of 210 sections as well as a shopping area, travellers’ accommodation and a convenience store and a children’s educational facility next door to us as totally unacceptable and totally contrary to the District Plan as well as totally contravening the requirements of the Environmental Court. This Court, in a decision dated 11 April 2005 in respect of an application by Olive Branch Investments Ltd which, ironically had been declined by the Council, referred to any future applications for a plan change of RRA6 zones stated the following in paragraph 61. “It is of course possible that a proposal of this sort could be replicated, or nearly so. But for a subsequent proposal to rely on this case as a planning precedent, that proposal would need to provide: • A common lot representing approximately 45% of the total site area covenanted against any further subdivision; • A suitable landscaping plan for the common lot with a mechanism to ensure the plan was implemented and landscaping maintained; • An allotment/site ratio averaging no less than 2,500m2 per allotment; • Minimum setbacks from roads of between three and six times the distance provided for by the plan(something which may be less attractive on sites located to the north of the road;

The Commissioners and the Central Otago District Council have proved by their actions that they pay no or scant attention to the submissions from the public, even although the process is called a “Public Hearing” .The Council rely on Cromwell residents to help vote them into office but they prefer to act on professional advice from people who do not live in the area to make their decisions. Where is democracy working in this environment? As longstanding ratepayers in the area we are aware the pipes carrying the Cromwell water supply and the Pisa sewage system pass through the Wooing Tree land and in addition we know that the debris from the trees and scrub resulting from clearing the land were buried in an enormous pit on the property and covered with soil. Hardly a great building site. We acknowledge that there is provision to appeal the decision to the Environment Court but this involves considerable cost. If there was any equity in this at all that cost should be borne by the applicant rather than the neighbours a majority of whom are retired . We remain very suspicious that the applicants did not want a specific plan of development included in the application. Both the report from David Whitney, the Council Planning Consultant, and the Commissioners acknowledge that the area may be on-sold and future owners may have differing ideas to the current owners. “Attachment A to the request document is a Future Development Masterplan. The request document at Clause 2.3 emphasises that this is only one option for the development of the subject site: and the Future Development Masterplan is simply an idea of how the requestor would like to develop its land in the future. Accordingly the Future Development Masterplan is not included in the District Plan and caution should be exercised when considering the Future Development Masterplan in the context of Plan Change 12. It is possible, for example, that the land could be transferred to another party who will simply choose to develop the land, as provided for in terms of the mixture of Resource Areas provided in Plan Change 12, to its full potential. This may result in a different outcome, particularly in terms of the provision for open space and the retention of vineyards, to that shown on the Future Development Masterplan.” We strongly suspect this will be the case and are very concerned about the uncertainty of what may be built in the area in the future. One thing is for sure: this decision will change the visual face of Cromwell forever. Name supplied Delta “Up “Flagpole”.





• Considerable separation distance between proposed residential allotments and the nearest neighbour (not necessarily possible on other than corner sites or sites where the owner does not control at least one parcel of land).”

The Lowburn community thanks Delta (Cromwell Branch) for providing assistance to install a new rope on the flagpole at the Lowburn Hall. The domestic extension ladder was not quite long enough to do the job, so Delta come the rescue with their Bucket Truck. Thank you Delta Cromwell.

We ask why have the Commissioners and the Central Otago District

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• Environmental improvements in the way services are provided to the site; • The consent of the most affected neighbour(s);


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PUBLIC NOTICES Cromwell Gymnastics Club AGM Date: Monday, 19 March 2018 Time: 7pm Venue: Cromwell Sports Club on Barry Avenue

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Pick up your copy of the Cromwell Community Directory from the Resource Centre. We also stock Passport Forms, Inland Revenue, some Immigration NZ and MSD forms Regular Clinics: Ear Health For appointments 027 3395043 Peter Dick Optometrists For appointments 03 445 0101

EDUCATION WANTED THAI LANGUAGE TUTOR. Phone 039767141 or 0278909043. IN2LEARNING HAS EXPERIENCED, CARING TUTORS for help with Maths and English Year 2 to Year 8. Call Tom 03 4431547.

FIREWOOD EXPRESS FIREWOOD 300mm long Old Man pine & 450mm long pine $85 per m3. Taking orders for Blue Gum $100m3. Phone/Text Alistair 027 445 1760 or 445 1760. TOWER BRIDGE FIREWOOD - Now delivering - Poplar 65m3 Pine 85m3 Larch 95m3 Bluegum 130m3. All Dry. Min Order 2m3. Call Dave on 02102707567. ACE FIREWOOD - dry pine $85, Oregon and larch $95. Contact Joe on 0211347918. FULL 7M TRUCK LOAD - SEASONED OLD MAN PINE & POPLAR 50/50 mix $490. Free Cromwell/Bannockburn/ Pisa delivery. Price increase next month if stock remains. 0277502177- Kent.

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CAMPBELL & GASTON MOTORS for WOF’s, Mechanical Repairs and Maintenance. Phone 445 3021. DOG NOT BEHAVING? Call Mary K9mana Behaviour Consultant and Trainer. Qualified. 25yrs Experience. Positive Reinforcement Training. 0212880881 MAJESTIC BEAUTY bringing a Decade of Experience & a Passion for Beauty Services to Cromwell. www. PH/TXT Maree 021 946 318.

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Club feedback sought on draft Sport & Recreation Facility Strategy through consultative forums to be held throughout the region Consultative forums will be held throughout the Central Otago and Southern Lakes region to gauge clubs, sporting organisations and schools’ feedback on a draft strategy for Regional Sport and Recreation Facilities, says Owen Booth of Sport Otago. “The draft strategy, prepared by consultants Global Leisure Group, aims to identify the current provision of sport and recreation facilities, any gaps in that provision, and provide direction and priorities for future needs,” he says. “The forums will provide a brief overview of the rationale behind the strategy and the work carried out to-date, and seek feedback in this regard from clubs, schools and sporting organisations. It should also help organisations who intend to submit written feedback by 2 April to get any clarifications needed,” says David Allan, of Global Leisure. “It’s vital we gauge feedback from clubs to ensure the strategy looks to cater to the true needs of our growing communities,” says Simon Battrick, Sport & Recreation Manager,

Queenstown Lakes District Council. Forums are to be held in each major town throughout the district, the first in Cromwell on Tuesday 13th March, followed by Alexandra on Thursday 15th, and the following week, Queenstown on Monday 19th and Wanaka Tuesday 20th. The forums are looking for feedback in verifying and filling gaps in existing participation data, confirming that the facilities documented are an accurate reflection of what is currently available for each sport, and each sport’s needs in relation to facilities and spaces. “Understanding requirements, now and into the future will make all the difference to the district’s facilities in the years to come. We want to make sure all the clubs get a chance to review the draft strategy and come along to the forum in their region to ensure we incorporate their feedback into the strategy,” says Chief Executive, Sport Otago, John Brimble. The final report will incorporate feedback from the clubs and the census data being collected



over the next few weeks. “It should provide a true picture of the requirement in the region moving forward and allow a well thought out strategy to cater to the regions needs in the coming years,” says Central Lakes Trust Chief Executive Susan Finlay. If any clubs have not received an electronic copy of the draft strategy document prior to the forum, please email Owen Booth for a copy at The forums will be facilitated by Global Leisure and Sport Otago, who are managing the project. The project is a collaboration between local stakeholders and partners with a vested interest, which include; Central Lakes Trust, Sport Central, Queenstown Lakes District Council, Central Otago District Council, as well as Sport New Zealand, Sport Otago, Otago Community Trust and the Community Trust of Southland.

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• INSURANCE WORK • CHASSIS STRAIGHTENING • SPRAY PAINTING • BAKE OVEN • 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

and Licensing Driver Training

Tracks, Roller, & 5, Wheels, Classes 2,3,4 hicle Recovery Ve d an ift rkl ods, Fo andler Dangerous Go , Hiab & Teleh Endorsements

Contact Bill Batt 0272 740 557 0800 880 110

Motorcycle - Basic Handling Skills ● www.

KEEPING IT LOCAL since the early 1900’s

Retrofit Double Glaze your home. Wooden and Aluminium catered for. Contact Kris King for a quote today Phone or Txt: 022 135 6997 Email:

147 McNulty Road Cromwell

0800 10 10 56

Joe Davies 021 252 0433


• A warmer home in winter, a cooler home in Summer • Significant reduction in condensation • External noise reduction www.FENCE-ITCENTRAL.CO.NZ • Significantly reduces heat loss


Air Conditioning Servicing & Repairs FREE battery testing Auto Electrical Repairs

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

CALL, TEXT OR EMAIL KRIS • Furniture Restoration FOR A FREE, NO OBLIGATION • Boat Covers & Interior • Automotive Interiors QUOTE TODAY! • Carpet Overlocking

Phone 03 445 1763 or 027 843 6386

New Homes | Renovations Alterations | Additions

Local pickup and delivery

20A McNulty Road Cromwell

Renovations & Extensions Heat pumps Design & Install Audio & TV Data Horticulture 2a Ree Crescent, Cromwell P: 03 445 3793

Located at 19 Pinot Noir Drive, Cromwell (behind Totalspan).

Ph: 03 441 3999

Available to carry out servicing and repairs on all makes and models of on & off road motorcycles, ATVS, side by sides, golf carts and jetskis. We also offer a pick-up and delivery service and on site farm servicing across Central Otago.


Double Glaze It is a new company locally owned and operated • Outdoor Blindsof glazing by a glazier with over 20 years experience in all aspects

• Outdoor Awnings • Shade Sales • Golf Cart Enclosures Phone or Txt: 022 135 6997 | Email: • Covers and much more...

Delivering professional electrical services throughout Central Otago

027 227 9337

Irrigation Systsm Landscape design & • Designed construction • Installed • Paving: Patio/pathways • Repaired • Macrocarpa planter boxes • Schist/river rock gardens & pathways • New lawn prep • Ready lawn installation FREE QUOTES • New plantings Servicing all of Central Otago • 1.7 ton digger


PH: 027 360 5456 E:

Cromwell Phone: 03 445 1155


6 Alluvial Place, Cromwell Looks Good - Feels Good Lovely two bedroom home situated on the edge of a large reserve. Our seller is on the move so come and take a look.

Open Home: Saturday at 2:00pm Price: $555,000 CM5065 Alister Stuart & Kate Andrew M: 027 541 5709 M: 027 445 4213 E

Cromwell 9 Rogers Street

Attention All Investors - Industrial Opportunity!

40B Ferry Lane

Check this out:

Outstanding outlook, close to Reserve and Lake Dunstan.

- Property consists of 2 separate substantial buildings - 4428 m2 section with potential to subdivide - Total income $112,800 plus GST per annum from 2 reliable tenants - Extra land at rear of section with potential for future development - One building built in 1985, the other 2003 - Newer building has three bedroom accommodation apartment upstairs with separate access plus office and workshop downstairs (total floor area 540m2) - Older building with office and workshop (total floor area 464m2)

3 bdrms, 2 bthrms, easy indoor/outdoor and generous garaging. Call now for appointment to view.


Buildings are in good condition and well maintained.

Judy Ludemann M: 0274 599 361 E:

For Sale $1,995,000 + GST (if any) View

Alister Stuart and Kate Andrew A 027 541 5709 K 027 445 4213

Highland Real Estate Group Ltd / Cromwell Licensed Agent REA 2008

Bow Wow! A bedroom each! Bags first pick.

32A Wishart Crescent N


Enquiries over $472,000

Cute and Cosy • 3 bedrooms • 1 bathroom • Carport Open Home: Saturday & Sunday 2.00pm - 2.30pm

Melanie Brewer

Sales Consultant Ph: (03) 445 1261 • Cell: 021 029 55009 • LJ Hooker Cromwell 03 445 1261 MK Real Estate (2010) Ltd Licensed Under REAA 2008

Bayleys Cromwell

24 The Mall 03 445 3458

Gary Kirk

027 221 4018

Cromwell, 2 Gair Avenue

Cromwell, 11 Aurum Court A statement in style and sophistication 4 For Sale $1,395,000 View by appointment



Gary Kirk 027 221 4018

Position and lifestyle - The Bungalow For Sale $895,000 View by appointment



Katie Seymour 027 827 6682


Katie Seymour 027 827 6682

Doug McGillivray 027 433 9520

Dougal Weily 021 567 253 Artist impression

Cromwell, 22 Jollys Road

Cromwell, 9 The Dunes 3

Simply outstanding For Sale $935,000 View by appointment



Dougal Weily 021 567 253



Looking for a new home?


Doug MacGillivray 027 433 9520 Rosemary Buckingham 021 191 0221 Jimmy Allen 021 676 013

For Sale $815,000 View by appointment


Earthmoving & Excavation Specalists Commercial, Residential, Agricultural and Forestry. Includes roading, driveways, dams, house or shed sites, small or large subdivisions, land clearing, drainage and culverts, land development, contouring and general land maintenance.

Phone 0800 237 806 Central to Dunedin and Christchurch e:

0274 343 125

Give John a call for your FREE no obligations quote

10A Hughes Cresent Cromwell ACCESS

Open Home

Mike Elford 0274 342 220

Grant Richards 0274 808 334

Kate Elder 027 223 0076

Sarah Neumann 021 330 029

Don Agnew 021 459 080

David McKenzie 027 543 1946

Angela Meiklejohn Team Leader

0204 888 908

Sue McLellan

Property Manager

0274 213 849

Thinking of selling? WANTED - MORE PROPERTIES! Talk to us about Property Management

Open Home

Cromwell 2 Gilling Place Sunday 1.00 - 1.30

Enquiry over $515,000

Open Home

We have buyers waiting to purchase in various areas and price ranges...

Open Home

Open Home

Cromwell 32 Erris Street

Cromwell 50 Achil Street

Cromwell 28A Orchard Place

Pisa Moorings 51 Missy Crescent

Sunday 2.00 - 2.30

Sunday 1.00 - 1.30

Sunday 11.00 - 11.30 2 bdrms, 1 bthrm, 1 car

Sunday 2.00 - 2.30

Enquiry over $485,000

Enquiry over $527,000

7 Murray Terrace, PO Box 448, Cromwell 9342

p 03 445 0702



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3 Achil Street CRO27728 $739,000 Neil Bulling 0274 328 978 Jonow Nieperis027 664 5064 king about buying or selling, a great

765m2 Section Tender Closes 4pm on Friday 9th March 2018. No prior offers. 3a McKellar Court

new o. If you’d likelisting to work with experienced s with a wealth of local knowledge give us a l get started today!

Gordon Stewart 021 212 9697

ssional, Positve and Enthusiastic Attitude in Selling Real Esate. 145 Oliver Road, Bendigo

978m2 Section Elevated titled section, ready now, stunning views.

$255,000 69 Stratford Drive


ation appraisal $1.299M or discussion on any aspects of the selling or Neil 328 978 Jo Nieper 027 664 5064 ocess give usBulling a call0274 today!

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

Bulling 27 432 8978 3 445 3735

ng in Rural, Residential, Lifestyle and Sections 14 Aurum Court 49 Horace Street ell and Surrounding Areas. CRO27697 CRO27485

$1.47M Estate Ltd, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008 Neil Bulling 0274 328 978 Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

Pam van der Velden 027 603 9880

3006m2 Section Unique site with rocky features. Lake & rural views.

$365,000 Lot 9 Lowburn Valley Rd

Henry van der Velden

0274 345 659

$575,000 Neil Bulling 0274 328 978 Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

For Rent Mobile Coffee Van $145,000 + GST (if any) + Stock Established and proven. Be your own boss!

73B Molyneux Avenue Neil Bulling 0274 328 978 Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

Owen Joyce 027 435 7280

Family home available long term. 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas. Call me to discuss Nicola Grenfell 027 434 0399 Property Manager

Duty Agent: Robin Jenkins 027 224 7546

By Negotiation Workshop/Shed with office and yard - available now. 10 Chardonnay Street Neil Bulling 027 432 8978

Jo Nieper 027 664 5064

Robin Jenkins 027 224 7546


Nic Grenfell 027 434 0399

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

Cromwell Real Estate Ltd Licensed Agent

Phone 445 1748

Lori - 445 1748 for Rentals

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