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DOUBLE TRIPLE: Christchurch Adventist School has not one, but two sets of triplets among their ranks. The Wormwalds, year 3, and the Pirliteanu triplets, McEwin - Winner of the year 4, make upStephanie six of the Art Show Award 220 pupils at the Christchurch school. Principal Danny Carrasco said it was unique for such a small school to have two sets of triplets. Pictured: Rebeca, Valentin and Marta Pirliteanu at the back, Caleb, Olivia and Asher Wormald in the front. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

he Christchurch Art Show officially opened on June 19 with a cocktail party, held at The Wigram Air Force Museum. The museum event centre was packed with art enthusiasts who eagerly took in the works on display. Painting, sculpture and photography were among the disciplines represented at this inaugural opening event. Providing a reward and recognition for talent and skill were the show’s art awards, which took place during the evening.

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The Helmores Lane bridge will stay closed to cars after a “historic quirk” showed it has been used illegally for nearly 120 years. The bridge, which connects the Merivale side of Helmores Lane to Little Hagley Park, was closed to cars in 2011 due to earthquake

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damage but stayed open to pedestrians and cyclists. The city council had been due to decide on whether to repair the bridge for cars after public consultation. But a closer look at the bridge’s history found it should have been closed to cars since 1895. City council staff told city

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PETS BATTLING CANCER A difficult subject and one where there are no guarantees of a successful outcome but I believe that pets deserve a chance at surviving cancer. It obviously depends on the patient and their overall health and the heavy commitment the client is willing to make in terms of time, vet visits and costs involved in treatment. I have personally been involved in treating cancer in my first dog, Toby, so I really know how tough and sad it can be living day in and day out with your best friend who is going through cancer treatment. From the time of diagnosis, I got 6 months longer with my best mate and that was so worth it for me. Toby was happy and seemingly well right up until the end, coming to work, exercising and interacting with other dogs as normal.


We seem to be so much better at diagnosing cancers now. Pet owners are more in tune with their loyal companions and they intuitively know when things are not right – slightly off food, a bulging belly, more lethargic, less keen to jump into the car and our clients seem expert at finding the smallest of lumps. We have a brilliant team of vets who are very proficient in diagnostics and they really strive to get answers. At the end of the day we really care and value the pets we see and treat. Most lumps will be aspirated and we can immediately check out the cells under the microscope. If in doubt we send the cytology to another laboratory for expert opinion. We routinely blood and urine test patients that are not quite right and we can have results in 30 minutes thanks to our onsite blood analysers. If required xrays and ultrasound examinations can be performed then and there, again with immediate results. We certainly don’t muck around. Once we have the classification and type of cancer we can form a plan of attack in treatment. Most cancers require surgical excision then rounds of chemotherapy to keep the cancer in remission. To formulate the best chemotherapy plan for your pet, we

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TROUBLED BRIDGE OVER WATER: The Helmores Lane bridge was used illegally by cars for nearly 120 years, the city council discovered last week. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Act forces bridge to close •From page 1 “It’s just weird, I haven’t seen anything like this in my time at council and I’m not sure I will again. It’s one of those odd historic quirks,” he said. Cr Gough said he did not know how the road had stayed open for so long, but it would now be permanently closed to cars. “All I know is the road had legally been stopped in the 1800s and they had not had it officially open to traffic,” he said. “There was an act in Parliament that didn’t allow it, but it was always used as a through road, but as it transpires, illegally.” Cr Gough said there was provision for the city council to ask the Government to make an exception for the road, but it would take years to come into effect.

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The stretch of Helmores Lane on the Little Hagley Park side of the river would not have to be changed as it was “not technically a road unless it’s connected,” he said. The road on the other side of the river would now stay a dead-end for cars. The Fendalton-Waimairi and HagleyFerrymead Community Boards had both proposed to repair the bridge for car traffic before the historic revelation. Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck said the permanent closure would have a “very practical impact” for people getting in and out of the area. The repair of the bridge is estimated to cost $105,000, with the majority of funding coming from the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team.

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A passion for weather could soon turn a profit for the student-run Canterbury Weather Updates Facebook page. The page began as the brainchild of Burnside High School student Josh Oliver, 17, who felt the need to provide a service specific to Canterbury during the freak storm which struck the region in June 2013. It has since attracted more than 40,000 followers. Josh gathered his information from Global Forecast System and Air Resource Laboratory graphs and interpreted them to reflect weather patterns in the region. He said although other weather services such as MetService were good, it was clear they were a Government forecast service and he wanted to create a personalised service specific to Canterbury. When the interest of the page exploded with more than 11,000 followers in one day, Josh recruited fellow weather enthusiasts, Russell Voice, 27, Michael Ford, 34, and Leighton Thomas, 26, to assist him with the day-today running of the service. The weather enthusiasts’ goal was to provide the most up-todate accurate forecast for the Canterbury region and with their new personalised updates system which would provide a specialised forecast service to cater the need of their clients.


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decision not to go to university next year so I can set up the system properly,” he said. The pair hoped a website would be online by the end of the year. For all inquiries about Canterbury Weather Updates’ personalised weather service, you can contact them via email, weather. or phone 021 08589582.

Some people might need an update at 5.30am and we can provide that,” he said. Josh said the page had received a lot of positive feedback and interest and with a new business model he hoped it would turn into a full-time occupation if it generated enough revenue. “It has been hard with me at school and Russell at university, but I have made the educated


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BY PAUL MCDONALD While most Christchurch bars remain closed to football enthusiasts eager to watch 4am World Cup matches, a group of Burnside fans have banded together to celebrate the beautiful game from the comfort of their living rooms. New Zealand Graduate School of Education student Ira Perkins, 26, started a Facebook page to create a place where people could banter about the football, compete in a betting pool and find a place to watch matches together. “Watching sport is a lot more fun when you have friends to watch it with,’’ Mr Perkins said. The group gathered most days to watch the football and although some matches drew bigger crowds, their attendance continued to grow as the competition moved closer to the final stages. “We have had about 10 for the big games and the most we have had is 12, it is definitely getting bigger as we go along.” Mr Perkins said alcohol played little to no part in their festivities and they were all getting to work and school on time. “There are a couple of keen university students watching matches at 4am, but we generally tape them and watch them later,’’ he said. He said this practice had been

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difficult as they had to steer clear of social media and news sites to avoid spoiling the result. New Zealand’s absence at the World Cup was not a deterrent for the group and everyone involved had rallied behind a team to support. “One of the nicer things about New Zealand not being there is that it doesn’t really matter if your side doesn’t do well,’’ he said. Mr Perkins said even with the early exits of Spain and Eng-

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Villa Maria College’s Vivace choir and Collegium, a combined choir from Christ’s College and St Margaret’s College have been selected to compete in The Big Sing National Finale held at the Auckland Town Hall from August 21 to 23. The two choirs were the only two from Christchurch selected for the event alongside 22 other high school choirs from around the country. Villa Maria College development officer Judi Wilson said there was excitement in the air after the girls were named the best girls’ choir in the regional final held on June 5 and 6 and they were pleased to be selected for the prestigious event. “Burnside [High School] normally pip us in the final, but they haven’t made the final this year. All the girls are quite excited,” she said. She attributed the success of the group to choral director Ravil Atlas, an internationally-recognised leading opera tenor and vocal teacher. Mr Atlas said it was “very special” to be selected for the national finale and it was particularly satisfying this year as we are trying out a new programme of choirs at Villa Maria.

“Vivace is the new advanced choir. It is designed to be small and to emphasise advanced music and vocal techniques and to foster a sense of leadership in the girls. Each one, in addition to Vivace, is required to take on student leadership with one of the other choirs.” Mr Atlas said making the finale was a success within itself as there were many deserving choirs who did not make it. “It is always very special to be selected to the national finale.  The atmosphere there is electric and to see the choirs support each other and to perform so well is what the choral singing is all about.” Christ’s College director of music and senior master Robert Aburn said the group was delighted to be selected for the finale and looked forward to working alongside St Margaret’s College as Collegium against some formidable choirs. “It’s all go for Auckland,” he said. St Margaret’s College performing arts head of faculty Amanda Woods said it was a huge achievement for the students too and was impressed with their achievements considering a heavy workload with productions.

EXCITED: Villa Maria College’s choir Vivace will compete alongside 23 other high school choirs at The Big Sing finale in August.

TOGETHER: Collegium the combined choir of Christ’s College and St Margaret’s College was one of the two Christchurch choirs selected for The Big Sing finale in August.


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Surprise for shop owner BY FIONA THOMAS

A row of Redwood shops was the scene of an inconvenient crime last week, the theft of their door handles. Michelle Taylor, who owns Presence Gift Shop on Main North Rd, arrived at work on Monday morning to find herself locked out because her door handles were missing. “It’s bizarre, it’s a bit of nothing but when it happens to you it’s a pain in the neck,” she said. “I had to pay to get it fixed because I had to get into the shop.” But Ms Taylor’s shop was not the only target, she said all four shops in the row either had their door handles taken or unscrewed. “I definitely don’t think they were trying to break into the shops, I just think someone


has been a bit bored,” she said. “They weren’t just thrown on the concrete, they were taken.” Ms Taylor said her shop was the only one with both back and front handles taken, while the other shops just had their back door handles taken. She said she thought the handles could have been taken for scrap metal. Annex Rd Metal manager Mike Black said brass door handles would be worth $5 per kilogram, which would be made up of “a few” handles. He said if they were cast aluminium they would be worth $1 a kilo. Ms Taylor spent $58 on buying new handles and had to factor in lost wages for the time spent installing them by a staff member from another store.




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The buyers of a house in Bishopdale wondered why their first few power bills were so high. That was until they noticed smoke rising from a carpet last Friday morning. Attending fire crews found an underfloor heater grill had been covered over. Not so bad but the heater itself under the floor was still live, and operating. I suppose the silver lining will be lower electricity accounts. Finally, on Tuesday crews called by the operation of a detector at one of our boarding schools found the cause to be a bottle of nail polish being heated in a microwave. Now I can only presume from my position of male ignorance that this would be done to make the polish flow better. Whatever the reason, there was certainly one very red faced young lady.


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t’s been almost two years since local fibre network provider Enable launched its first mass-market fibre broadband services in Christchurch, and local residents have been taking up this next generation of broadband services faster than anyone in the country. When Enable launched on September 15, 2012, almost 5000 homes and businesses in Halswell could access faster, better quality broadband services delivered over fibre broadband. Today, almost 40,000 homes and thousands more businesses across Christchurch and in Rolleston and Lincoln can access Enable’s network. By mid-2015, this number will grow to about 80,000 homes and businesses. What’s most important is almost 10 per cent of these people have already chosen to move to fibre, and in some communities such as Rolleston and Halswell, the uptake is much higher. As Enable’s coverage has spread to more homes, Enable has discovered how hard it is to predict what sort of households will embrace and benefit from fibre broadband. “Before we launched our residential services, there were a number of assumptions floating around about who would benefit the most from fibre at home - the likes of gamers, very high internet users and people that work from

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ason Jones took a risk when he overhauled his career, but it has paid off with him excelling in his new career with one of Christchurch’s top surveying and engineering firms. Jones, 32, had been working as a chef for many years, having previously completed a hospitality qualification at CPIT, but decided he wanted a career change. He started studying a marketing diploma at CPIT in 2008, but soon cross-credited it to the new Bachelor of Applied Management when the new qualification was introduced. Jason liked the well-rounded business knowledge the new degree offered, meaning that the degree could be applied across a number of industries. “The degree is so flexible. That’s one of the best things about it. I have changed my major from Sales and Marketing to Project Management with ease when I changed jobs.”

Jones started at Eliot Sinclair, a survey, engineering and planning consultancy, continuing to study part-time. “I started as a surveying assistant, which was pretty much at the bottom. However, as I have learnt more through my study, I’ve been able to apply it to my work and take on a new role with more responsibility,” he says. “I have found the degree useful because it was all really practical knowledge. Everything I’ve learnt has helped me directly in my job.” Due to the proven results they can see, Eliot Sinclair have been very supportive of his training, Jones says. “It’s been great because I have been able to fit it in around my work. CPIT is really flexible with their hours; they have night classes and summer schools as well. You have a lot of options if this is something you’re interested in.”

lisha Rollinson had only just left school when she decided to take her dream career further and look into study options for early childhood. “I had attended a food safety course that my workplace had put me through which was held at the Aoraki Polytechnic and I loved the environment,” says Alisha. “I found a course that took my interest that had a mid-year start. I enrolled and completed the Certificate in Parenting and Care of Children and then went on to further my studies by enrolling in the Certificate in Early Childhood Studies.” Alisha says her studies were so relevant to the early childhood industry, covering everything from having the ability to communicate effectively with children, having

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Helping to achieve your goals A Christchurch Academy qualification in Pharmacy Assistant Level 3 can open a lot of doors. “Many of our graduates go on to train with us to be dispensary technicians; others find work in the retail side of pharmacy. Some even have the opportunity to become managers,” says tutor Barbara Colville. “That’s because the course covers everything from human anatomy and over-the-counter medicines to photography and cosmetology. And there’s a strong emphasis on customer service, too.” Seventeen-year-old Jaimee hopes that the qualification will lead her to a career running a beauty counter in a pharmacy. She left Middleton Grange School last

year with NCEA Levels 1 and 2 and an Excellence endorsement in Art at Level 1, and thanks to the careers team there, found out about the academy. She knew she wanted to have a job that would let her help people, and she has “always loved going into pharmacies as they are really friendly environments it inspired me to do this course.” As well as the theory, Jaimee does one day a week of work experience at a pharmacy which has helped her to build her confidence and meet new people. And best of all, because she qualifies for Youth Guarantee, the course is free for her. Colville is certain that when she graduates later this year, Jaimee will be more than ready to take her first steps towards achieving her dream.

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hen the US Postal Service unveiled a new series of stamps in 1994 featuring “Cowboy Legends of the West”, one 29c stamp captured public interest. It featured Bill Pickett, the celebrated African-American cowboy who invented the technique of ‘bulldogging’ or steer wrestling. Five million stamps were distributed to all US post offices - then the problem was discovered. The Pickett family declared, “That’s not Bill; the stamp shows his brother - Ben Pickett.” By this time, 183 panes of the stamp

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vonside Girls’ High School’s state girls’ education in Christchurch. With vision is for all students to the new school scheduled to open midachieve personal excellence in 2018, exciting times are ahead as the school a progressive and supportive embraces the opportunity to plan for the best learning environment. Principal Sue Hume of modern learning environments for new says that, “We want every girl to be the generations of Avonsiders. best she can be, and work hard with them In the meantime, Avonside’s attractive to ensure that success. However, it is also new temporary campus is serving the school important to us that when our girls leave, community well, with purpose-built specialist they are able to take their place in the world rooms, safe single-storey construction, and be responsible, contributing and caring enhanced computer technology provision members of our society. That’s why, in addition to striving for academic success, we and attractive landscaping. We think vegetables from yourGirls enjoy Avonside’s broad curriculum also place emphasis on living out our school approach, which enables girls to find their valuesgarden of respect,are integrity, self-discipline own delicious anyway, passions and strengths. The rich extraand contribution”. curricular programme, the focus on personal and does not needoftoa have Theone Minister’s announcement rebuild the for Avonside Girls’ High School was great excellence for every girl and school-wide excuse ‘‘fasting diet’’ to enjoyopportunities for leadership prepare girls to news, not of onlya for the school community but for the continuation of the tradition of embrace the future with confidence.

or soT’S without to we been a having while since about the joys of jumptalked through hoops and cooking vegetables, so we pay huge sums of money to thought it time to have a them. have of earnest littlemultitudes bit of a catch-up. We were reminded about it when looking clip-boards judge listening to the author of a new your suitability to indulge book advocating a fruit and invegetable the good are dietlife. for There two days a until the batter is crisp and week asaa few means to better usually things our light golden. Eat immediately health. We think vegetables local don’tare like. after cooking, while the batter from regulators your own garden Crowing roostersand is one and is still crispy. With a delicious anyway, one does garnishing of rock salt, lemon not need to have excuse a having your penthetoo closeofto or lime juice, or with dips, ‘‘fasting diet’’ to enjoy them. a house or the neighbour’s tempura is a wonderful starter. Lilley has a favourite recipe It can also be used as a side for using up broccoli boundary istough another. It dish, especially with fish. stems in a wise soup. to ‘‘You will need: would be check so Lorraine has a tip for 1 onion (diced), 1 large broccoli your chickens don’t end up silverbeet. ‘‘This is a useful stalk (diced), any left over way to use as little or as much broccoli 1 large potato, 1 before a florets, judge and spending silverbeet as you like. I use four vegetable stock cube dissolved time on remand roosting in leaves of silverbeet chopped in 2 cups water, 1 tsp butter, 1/4 Mount Eden. finely in a batter mixture of 3/4 cup milk or cream, 1/4 cup cup flour and 1 & 1/2 tsp baking cheese (optional), salt and Good food is as essential powder. Whisk 1 or 2 eggs, add pepper. Saute onion in butter for chickens as it is you. flour and baking powder, and until clear. Add broccoli and We know they like pavlova milk to thin, then the greens. potato. Cover with vegetable Fry in a little hot oil. It’s lovely stock and simmer 30 and chips but it isforgenerally with tomato sauce, which minutes until very tender. said that chicken needs should appeal to children.’’ Blend andaseason. Reheat with between 125orand 150Sprinkle grams Kris has a tip for orange a little milk cream. peel. ‘‘I don’t like to throw cheese if you like.’’ food ofwith commercial chicken parasite free, healthy and a day. Over a year that adds happy. “Bathing” matter up to about 45kg per bird, would normally be dry soil, or roughly about $50 in saw dust or wood shavings cost – although this can be (don’t worry about soap and reduced with food scraps shampoo!). along with grass and insects The great thing about for those that free range. chickens is that not only do Affordable housing also you have pets that lay eggs, applies when in come to but they give you lots of chickens. You should allow high-powered manure for at least a third of a square metre of floor space per bird the garden. Give it a go! of fabricstofrom Don’t forget send your – or more if you want to Fantastic selection JAMES DUNLOP, PEGASUS & ESTATE RANGES, CHARLES PARSONS money-saving tips to share provide Ritz-style accomRANGES, WARWICK, RESENE CURTAIN COLLECTION, withBRANDS the oily rag communimodation. Put wheels on BASFORD & BIMLER * ty, by visiting www.oilyrag. your cage so you can move or by writing to Living it around your lawn or onto Off the Smell of an Oily Rag, your garden. Chickens are PO Box 984, Whangarei. great foragers and will give % •Frank and Newyour garden beds a good OFFMuriel * man are the authors of working over when they are Living Off the Smell of an between crops, as well as Oily Rag in NZ. Readers fertilising them at the same can submit their oily rag time. PREMIUM BLINDS QUALITY BLINDS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES tips on-line at www.oilyrag. A brand-spanking new The book is available never-been-soiled chicken from bookstores and onhouse can cost between a line at couple of hundred dollars


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or five senior students from Marian College, the opportunity to be part of an exchange trip to Japan was “the trip of a lifetime”. The students, together with Principal Ms Anna Heffernan and Head of Languages at Marian Mrs Sarah Lake, travelled to Japan recently as part of the two-yearly Five Schools Exchange that includes schools from New Zealand, Australia and China and were hosted this time by Toho Senior High School in Nagoya. For the Marian students, the two-week trip was “an amazing experience”, with many highlights including a ceremonial welcome, visiting a Shinto shrine and a Buddhist temple, a three-day stay in the alps, dressing in a kimono and trying kendo and karate. Year 11 student Petra McGurk was the third member of her family to take part in the exchange that was started in the 1990s, and says, “It was fantastic to spend time with people, talking with them and getting to know their stories. We were immersed in the Japanese culture and had the chance to make so many friendships as well.” Another emphasis of the exchange was on World Heritage sites. Marian students presented on the application for Tekapo Dark Sky Reserve to be one, the impacts on it and how it can be sustained in the future. “The trip made us realise that although the students were from different countries, we can work together to protect our most important places,” says Petra.

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Turbo Barina Holden’s hot hatch This time a year ago I was on holiday in Florida. During the time I was there, an acquaintance asked me to look at her brand new Chevrolet Aveo. When I saw that car I said: “Oh, it’s a Holden Barina.’’ Of course, the woman had no idea that was I talking about a car brand that is marketed down under, Holden isn’t sold in the United States, her Chevrolet is badged for the US market from its South Korean origins. The Barina here is manufactured in South Korea and is a well established small car player in the New Zealand market. Capitalising on the resurgence of the hot hatchback market in New Zealand, Holden has just released a sporty RS specification Barina and it gets the 1.4-litre turbocharged engine from the Holden Cruze. I’m so pleased this engine has been made available for other applications, it is my favourite within the Cruze range and in the lighter Barina it is a real honey in terms of performance, economy and outright driveability. The Barina RS also gets some special cosmetic treatment, exterior and interior, along with a suspension upgrade which connects the car tighter with the road. The spring and damper rates have been given a bit of firming, not so


hard that the ride is uncomfortable, far from it, but there is an underlying feeling that lets the driver know he or she is in for a sporty drive. And the Barina looks the part with its big exhaust, spoiler and body kit and leather/suede trimmed sport style seats with RS embossed on the backrests. Other interior features are pretty much standard Barina fare, the digital dash display is part of the Barina’s youthful make-up and fits well with RS spec. Under the bonnet sits the turbocharged four-cylinder, twin-camshaft engine which I rate highly for its honesty. It doesn’t have huge power outputs but at 103kW and 200Nm it is quite feisty and it doesn’t have to work hard to push the lightweight RS at just 1275kg. And torque is plentiful, maximum mid-range power is available from just 1850rpm and peak power is achieved at a lowly 4900rpm, very low outputs which not only encourage healthy midrange performance but also economy. The Barina RS isn’t punchy but it is forceful under accelera-

Price: Holden Barina RS, $23,190. Dimensions: Length, 4039mm; width, 1735mm; height, 1511mm. Configuration: Four-cylinder transverse, front-wheel-drive, 1364cc, 103kW, 200Nm, sixspeed automatic. Performance: 0-100km/h,

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tion. Against the stopwatch it will scorch to 100km/h from a standstill in 8.8sec and will complete a highway overtake (80km/h to 120km/h) in a quick 5.2sec. It performs with an encouraging feel beneath the accelerator, the engine is lively, zingy and responsive. The test car was fitted with automatic transmission, the six-speeder has ratios which encourage lively engine behaviour, and as much as I would prefer the manual model, the automatic will be the choice for those who like spirited performance without having to work hard to achieve it. And if you aren’t pushing hard the 1364cc engine will achieve

respectable fuel usage figures. Holden claim a 6.5-litre per 100km/h (44mpg) figure which was almost matched by my 8l/100km (35mpg) trip computer average. At 100km/h the engine spins slowly at just 2100rpm and will sip fuel at the rate of just 6l/100km (47mpg). This mixture of performance and economy is quite remarkable and reinforces my desire for the engine, it is a real gem and I know I’m not the only motoring journalist who favours it. The Barina’s under bonnet performance is matched as well by the chassis. Even though the rear suspension is a simplistic beam

axle arrangement it is located well with coil springs and damper rates which control well body movement in a corner and accepts the big hits when uneven surfaces are encountered. The combination of power and handling is delightful, the Barina scorches from corner to corner and accepts a cornering challenge with aplomb. The Barina RS is certainly an accomplished hot hatch, it is a fun car and one which is very eager to please. It could also be termed a good value sports car, it lists at $20,990 in manual form and $23,190 for the auto (both sixspeeders). I have to say that if I was a hot hatchback buyer I’d be tempted at that price, it would be a toss-up between it and the Suzuki Swift Sport. However, the Barina RS with its greater power outputs and turbocharger might just win the day.

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Sale Finishes Friday 4 July 2014 th

80 WILLIAMS STREET 0800 80 KATS (5287) PH. 327 7789


the automotive lamp specialists

caR lights New + used lamps for cars, trucks, vans, 4WD, motorhomes, trailers & leD's. We can repair your existing lights including: headlamp adjusters, lens Refurbishment and plastic Welding.

0800 225 483 For all your automotive lamp Requirements

F: 03 371 1101 e: 325 Brougham street, christchurch

DINGHYS & OUTBOARDS Alloy Dinghys from $1,990 4 sizes available

250 Annex Road

P. 338 4680

South Island’s Biggest Selection of Dinghys & Outboard Motors!

• Service All Brands • Engines from 2hp-90hp • Workshop hours 8.30-5.30pm

Biggest range of inflatables


Monday June 30 2014


Contact us today


Car Parts

ANTIQUE GOLD JEWELLERY wanted, gold rings, chains, brooches, medals. Great price for gold pocket watches, ph 03 351-9139 GOLD SOVEREIGNS and other gold coins wanted. Also scrap gold, broken or damaged gold jewellery, alluvial gold, nuggets, etc, top price paid ph 03 351-9139 OLD COINS & BANKNOTES wanted. Also old medals of any sort, military, sporting, agricultural, lodge, dance & band medals, etc, ph 03 351-9139

TOP CASH PAID For selected makes and models of car, van, ute, 4WD & trucks

$200 - $1000 For any complete car. $500 - $5000 For any complete van, ute or truck. Damaged, mechanical, crashed, deregistered... NO WOF? NO PROBLEM! South Island Wide: Canterbury, Otago, Southland, Marlborough, Tasman.


Ph 0800 0300 27 or 021 970 304 Locally owned & operated!

We offer FREE training to 18 plus in... Customer service Business administration Security guard 13 Week training courses. Career pathway planning. Practical work experience NZQA accredited

Phone 379-4736 Today! FAST TRACK A CAREER IN THE INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY 6 week course in the Trade Civil Construction No Cost to YOU! Site Safe Wheels Tracks and Rollers Traffic Management 1 First Aid Certificate + 5 Unit Standards CALL NOW Robyn: 027 704 5700 or 0800 968 28453 (please leave a message)

Computers ALL YOUR COMPUTER WORRIES SOLVED! *$30.00 off your first service with this coupon!* No problem too big or small from home PC’s to business networks. PC slow? An end to Viruses, Spyware, and Clogged Systems. Safe secure hassle-free computing. Lost files recovered. Microsoft Certified, MCSE, MCP+l. 30 years experience. Call Andrew Buxton this week on 3525203 or 027 435-7596 for $30.00 off* Custom Computers Christchurch



FABRICS European designs/colours Ends of lines Manufacturers seconds By the metre or made to measure

CURTAIN FABRIC OUTLET 71 Hawdon st Sydenham Ph 366-5026 8.30-4.30 Weekdays

Finance PERSONAL LOANS unsecured + secured $500 upwards, phone 928-1585


Entry criteria applies


Health & Beauty Curtains


Made to order Fabric and net samples available Free consultations Free quotes Phone Now! Sues Soft Furnishing 03 383-1928

PODIATRIST & First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand (R) Practitioner: Patricia Stowell available on Mondays from Crisps Healthy Living Pharmacy, 238 Wairakei Rd, Ph 359 7816 & Wednesdays at The Herb Centre, 223 Kilmore St, CHCH, Ph 365 3011 SENIOR STYLIST, Qualified, specialist in creative colouring and cuts, Colours from $65, located in Saint Albans Ph/txt Oksana 0279218242 or 03 3561241

Ph: 03 379 1100




Trades & Services

GENT would like an under 60 ,attractive slender lady with nice smile and warm personality to spend time with.Ph 3590110 SPEED DATING, June 30: 28-42yrs Call Jane 0211005771 www.

Affordable Tree Services Removal, trimming, pruning, Pensioner discounts. Free quotes call Sean; 021 029 37933 treeserviceschristchurch

Public Notices Gardening & Supplies A GARDEN TIDY UP? Rose & fruit tree pruning, Lawns, Gardening, consistently reliable general property upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10 yrs experience, One off tidy ups or on-going service. Nick’s Property Maintenance. Keeping your garden beautiful. Free Quote. Ph. 942-4440 GARDENING By mature female, very particular, honest & reliable $18 per hr, Northcote & surrounding areas, plse ph 03 352-2590 GARDENER - Need your home or commercial garden tidied up or renovated or require long term assistance. Phone Ruth 326-6663 or 021 272-0303 NORTH WEST TidyUps and Landscapes: SPECIALISING in seasonal / annual tidy-ups, Very happy to work in with you, Est. 2004, call Graeme 342-5151 or 027 341-8596. SECTION CLEARANCE, MAINTENANCE & tree removal, Hill sections a specialty competitive prices, ph Ewan 03 3265009 or 027 201-5150

Holiday Accommodation

QUEENSLAND SUNSHINE COAST AUSTRALIA Resort, Ocean Views, Balconies, Self Contained, 1 or 2 B/R Ensuite, Heated Pool, Spa, Sauna, Free Internet, Shops, Restaurants, Tennis, Surf Club & Patrolled Beach, Public Transport at door. Ask for our SEASONAL SPECIALS. Phone 61 7 544-35011 Email:

Pets & Supplies AFFORDABLE Dog Grooming $42 small, $50 med, experienced and qualified groomer/ veterinary nurse, Redwood, ph June 03 3546414 or 027 746-5295

Rexellent Rentals Cars, Vans, Brisbane , Coolangatta FREE CALL 0800 601 508


Michael Gale

Plumbing Ltd PROMPT SERVICE Weka Pass Railway Waipara, North Canterbury

We Are Running SunDAY 6th JuLY SunDAY 13th JuLY SunDAY 20th JuLY

Infoline Chch 96 22 999 Depart Glenmark Station 11.30am & 2.00pm


Career Training



For all Plumbing • Roofing/ spouting • Maintenance • Installations Small work no problem

HONEY BEES. Ph 364 7080 (24 hour) Back yard honey bees Mob 027 438 3943 for sale or rent.Ph 027 6572007 AAA CArpentry, licensed builder practitioner all property maintenance small DEMOLITION job expert by tradesman / handyman free quotes city With care and respect we wide call now 03 387-0770 or will remove your dwelling. Our policy is to recycle as 027 245 5226 much as we can. We are a local company specialising in residential properties. We will endeavor to cater for your individual needs. Ph. R.M. Solutions 021 02866981 for a free quote.

Situations Vacant



For chch’s only 5 star strip club Do you like to have fun at work? Personality & Confidence? Potential to earn a 6 figure income. If this is you contact us today. 18+ Only. Calendar Girls is all about dance with the best clubs in the country guaranteed!

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

BUILDer For all building work but specialist in bathroom renovations, 25 yrs experience, with service and integrity. Free Quotes. Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or 0274 367-067.

BUILDer LICenSeD, available for all aspects of building. Please call 027 241-7471 or 335-0265


Concrete Paving All plain & decorative drives, paths, patios & courtyards.

AppLIAnCeS & WHITEWARE Sales and service, 12 mths guarantee, free delivery in Chch area, Appliance Services, Showroom Shop 12 New Brighton mall (Pierside). Phone 388 4780

Repairs & insurance work, overlays.

BUILDerS-CLeAnS 10 years experience specialising in clean up of new homes, renovations, & earthquake repairs. Phone Deb - Absolutely Clean on 3477685 or 027 269-2610


No job too small. For free quote & advice contact Adrian at

0800 728 648 anytime North West areas

FREE Quotes Professional, friendly Service Always Ph. 03 329 4806 or 027 827 0505

CArpet LAyInG New & used. EQC work, 7 day service. Ph 322-6211 or 027434 0477


CArrIer Local, experienced, friendly, trade-me purchases, single items to truck loads, furniture to whatever, removals & trade deliveries a specialty. Ph GEH 341-5069

Replace, repair or new. We are a local company with over 10 yrs exp. We also operate a digger for all other earthworks.

CArpet CLeAnInG and free deodorising, 3 rooms & hallway from $59, over 20 yrs experience ph 027 2202256 or 03 354-6738 COnCrete CUttInG Affordable Concrete Cutting with Quality, and removal work. Free quote. No job to small. Phone 027 442-2219, Fax 359-6052 a/h 359- 4605


Ph. R.M. Solutions 021 02866981 for a free quote.

FenCe, Painting/Staining Quality at a reasonable price. Free quotes. Phone Warren today on 980-1676 or 027 2014713

Public Notice •

shifts available christchurch, Wellington and auckland.

apply onlinE

NIFTY NANAS, MOTHERS AND NANNIES needed for various childcare roles. Apply online www.




1000’s of items on sale


No bidding, just good old fashioned buying & selling Available in 1200 outlets


Monday June 30 2014

The easy way to dispose of your junk* Our door to dump service provides a simple Cost effective way to get those large or heavy Items cluttering your home to the dump.

Phone 0800 JUNKMAN (0800 586 5626)

Email | *Minimum charge $20. Dump fees additional

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

FURNITURE REMOVALS Large Trucks $95 + GST per hour 7 day NZ wide, packing & moving, Professional Company, Professional Service. Canterbury Relocations Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313

OVEN CLEANING Professional cleans $45.00. Gift Vouchers avail. Phone 0800 6836253 or 027 228-0025



Stephen Thom Glazing 2012 Ltd. (Under New Management)

• Mirrors • New Glazing

• Frameless Showers • Splashbacks


• Pet Door Specialists


ALL BROKEN WINDOWS Phone Cushla 03 352 6225 or 027 352 6225

For all your urgent repairs and maintenance. Fast and reliable. Servicing Canterbury since 1931.

366 0306 “The maintenance specialists” PAINT Plaster, Wallpaper, reliable, honest, 20 yrs exp, ph Scott 388-8795 or 022 343-2416 PAINTER Top quality work, interior/ exterior, pensioners discount, free quotes, 30 years experience, I stand by Canterbury, ph Wayne your friendly painter 03 385-4348 or 027 274-3541 PAINTER AVAILAbLE, All aspects in painting. Very competitive in roofs and fences. Please call 027 241-7471 or 335-0265 PLASTERER: Experienced in all aspects of interior plastering. Ph Vaughan 388-3791 or 021 269-4707.

HANDYMAN All alterations, decks, fences, concrete paving, painting & spouting clearing, all repairs & maintenance around your home, workmanship guaranteed, 30 years exp, call Adrian anytime 0800 223 476 North West areas HEATPUMP INSTALLER. Qualified heatpump installer. For Sale and Installations call Blair 3777393 HEATPUMPS. Full service including pressure test $60. Affordable electrical services, wiring alterations & repairs. Ph 326 4992 or 0274 329755. LANDSCAPING. Garden tidy ups, tree felling, landscaping, readylawns, paving, retaining walls, flower planting and more. Free quotes to transform your section. Professional and on time. Ph Brothers landscape, 021 0456296

PLASTERER SOLID, both ext & int work, Scottish Tradesman with over 30 yrs experience, FREE Quotes, ph Donald 354-5153 or 021 02326186 PLASTERER Gib Stopping, Small job specialty. 30 years experience. Ring 0800 387-369 PLUMbING: For all your plumbing requirements. Local, friendly and reliable staff. Est. 30yrs. Ph Mark Whitehead 379-0711, 027 230-4368 or a/h 326-6792 PLUMbER / GASFITTER Now avail for new & existing housing, motels, commercial. Repairs, maintenance, gas conversations & rural works. Ph Mike Cairns 021 132 8929 or 326-7949 PLUMbER A Top Plumbing job completed at a fair price, prompt service, all work guaranteed, Ph Brian 9607673 or 021 112-3492

ROOFING Qualified & Licenced Practitioner. Re-Roof & Repairs, all types. Member New Zealand Roofing Association. Over 35 years experience. Phone John 027 432-3822 or 351-9147 email johnmill@ihug. SPOUTING CLEANING - Spouting Unblocked, Cleaned Out and Flushed Out. Also Full Handyman Services Available. Call Trevor 384-3435 or 021 043-2034 TREE WORK Hedge trimming, stump grinding, rubbish removal, reas rates. Ph Andrew 03 322-8341 or 027 435-8759 T.V. SERVICE CENTRE Repairs, tvs, microwaves, stereos, DVD, aerial installations and kitsets 301 Brougham Street, ph 03 379 1400 UPHOLSTERER Dining Chairs, Lounge suites, Caravan Squabs etc. recovered. Free Quotes. Phone Graeme 383-1448 UPHOLSTERY Craftsman, 35 years experience, Bishopdale area ph 022 070 3045 VIDEO CLEANING, Video heads cleaned in your own home - $40, VCR, DVD & TV tuning or installation - $40 also Tape to DVD conversions, Grahams Video Service ph 03 338-1655 WATERbLASTING Quality Job, Quick Service by skilled tradesman, Ph Richard Severin at Jet-X 0800 538 969 Free quotes, visit WINDOW CLEANING: Average 3 bedroom single storey house, from $45 outside, from $65 inside and out. Ph Allan 9440979 or 027 274-3504 WINDOW CLEANING Average 3 bdrm house inside or out $35. Both $60. Phone Trevor 3442170

Tuition PILATES Beginner & Intermediate classes, Tuesday & Wednesday nights. Fendalton Croquet Club, Makora Street. Phone Julie 351-2100

Wanted To Buy AAA Buying goods quality furniture, Beds, Stoves, Washing machines, Fridge Freezers. Same day service. Selwyn Dealers. Phone 377-6672 A+ Household effects, fridges, freezers, washing machines. Good cash paid. Ph 022 0891 671 TOOLS Garden, garage, woodworking, mechanical, engineering, sawbenches, lathes, cash buyer, ph 355-2045

7.30pm Saturday 5th July 2014 Cashmere High School Performing Arts Centre Barrington St, Christchurch

All tickets $5. Booking enquiries to or phone 389 3117

(03) 379 1100


Trades & Services

Phone for further details

Trades & Services

NOR’WEST NEWS Leopard Coachlines Canterbury Brass is proud to present



New chef New menu

Same stunning view The Pierview Restaurant in the New Brighton Club is open from 5.30pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Bookings recommended.

Sunday 3 course Special

Soup - Roast - Dessert


202 Marine Pde Ph 388-9416 Members, guests and affiliates welcome





Jeff Bradley & Delta Swing SATURDAY 5th July, 8pm


COMING EVENTS FRIDAY 1st August, 7.30pm

The Warratahs

in the Westview Lounge. Tickets $25

FRIDAY 8th August, 8pm


starring Brendon Chase. Tickets $10



SATURDAY 23rd August, 8pm

Abbey Road NZ Beatles Tribute Show Tickets $20

17 Carmen Rd ph 349 9026 Members, guests & affiliates welcome


Monday June 30 2014



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*Trade-in is for your old bed in good overall condition.


Selected Whiteware from



• Sensor and Timed Programes • LED Display Window • Sensor and timed drying • Front & Rear Venting • Stainless Steel 6 Months of Drum SKU: 8631582 Surf Washing

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CA 16GB TSHD$ 24.99

CAPRICCIO PLUSH QUEENSIZE MATTRESS & BASE Designed for lasting performance and featuring the renowned Sleepyhead Torquezone spring unit known for its strength and durability. You will feel pampered on top of the plush layers of Dreamfoam and luxurious pillowtop.





MONTREAUX 3+2 LEATHER LOUNGE SUITE *Trade-in is for your old lounge suite in good overall condition.

9 $479


VINEYARD 8 SEATER SUITE The Vineyard range brings together recycled solid timber and matched veneers making furniture that has character & style.

$439 WAS









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