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Adventure park works cause traffic problems – residents CAITLIN MILES

Construction on the Christchurch Adventure Park is already causing problems for residents living near it as traffic starts to build up. Residents say heavy work vehicles going to the development are causing traffic to clog up along Cashmere Rd, making it hard to access from side streets. They want added to the city council draft annual plan funding for traffic signals, at the Hoon Hay, Cashmere and Worsleys

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Rds intersections to help “break up the traffic�. Construction on the 358ha park located between Dyers Pass, Worsleys and Summit Rds, started last month. When completed, it will have more than 100km of downhill mountain bike routes, a 1.8km chairlift, 2km of zip lines, rock climbing, and a cafe. Stage one is expected to be finished by December. But already traffic going to the park is clogging up the Cashmere Rd, with residents struggling to get out of side

PROBLEM: Residents say the traffic congestion along Cashmere Rd is due to construction of the Christchurch Adventure Park.

streets onto the main road – a problem residents predicted. Cashmere Residents’ Association chairman and SpreydonHeathcote Community Board member Rik Tindall said traffic concerns were raised with the city council. He said traffic will only become worse after the park official opens. However, city councillor Tim Scandrett (above) said the

park was not to blame and new residential developments in Halswell, Kennedy’s Bush and Westmoreland were responsible. But he supported the installation of traffic signals. Cracroft Residents’ Association secretary Rick Bolch said traffic signals should be installed to cater for the park users. He said Westmorland Residents’ Associaiton had also indicated support for this option. “There are a lot of developments happening in the area, so more people are using road around the base of the hills,

something needs to be done,� said Cr Scandrett said. The Cashmere Residents’ Association is holding a public meeting on April 26 at 7.30pm at the Cashmere Presbyterian Church on MacMillan Ave to discuss the noise, traffic and safety issues facing residents before writing to the city council. HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think traffic has got worse along Cashmere Rd since construction on Christchurch Adventure Park? Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi

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Roadworks force charity to move Customers struggle to access store CAITLIN MILES

A charity that has spent the last 42 years in Woolston will be shifting because roadworks have crippled it financially. Purple Patch Handcrafts said it can no longer afford to pay the rent at their 398 Ferry Rd address. Customer have been put off because there is no parking due to roadworks. It will move to 243 Colombo St next month. The not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers distributes crafts, such as baby clothes, to those in need and donates money to groups like Plunket and Cholmondeley Children’s Centre. Purple Patch vice president and secretary Anita Paterson (right) said communication from Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team has been steady

MOVING: Purple Patch no longer have roadworks surrounding it but the financial hit the charity took from being surrounded by cones for nearly five months means it has to move.

and they understood the roadworks need to be carried out but they have come at a cost. “The roadworks have interrupted our trading to the extent we have had to look for other premises. Our customers don’t want to try and find a park and then have to walk a long way just to pop in,” Mrs Paterson said. The roadworks started outside the Ferry Rd address in December last year and wrapped up last month. Current

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Manning Pl beside the store was closed and road cones out the front greatly restricted parking for customers. Southern View previously reported in March that Madame Butterfly’s Vintage Style Boutique, on the corner of Ferry Rd and Smith St had also taken a financial hit from ongoing roadworks outside its business making it harder to access the shop. The charity store will share the Colombo St address with another business, and while the

space is smaller Mrs Paterson is staying positive about the move and is thankful for having understandable customers. “Our regulars have been very supportive of the move and some have said it’s closer to them so they’re happy about it too. We hope that this more central location will mean more people come in and see what we do,” Mrs Paterson said. Purple Patch Handcraft will close at its current address on April 28 and open on Colombo St on May 2.

ANZAC DAY ROADS There will be 20 roads around the city closed on Anzac Day. Halswell Rd (State Highway 75) from Lillian St to Nicholls Rd will be closed on Monday, April 25 from 8-10.30am. For a full list of road closures go to the city council website. POPLAR TREE REMOVAL A dying poplar tree in Beckenham Park will be removed and landscaping will be done between two ponds in an attempt to naturalise the park. The chinese poplar tree is being removed due its deteriorating condition and health and safety risk it poses if it is damaged and someone gets injured.. CHANGES TO CYCLEWAY The city council has made changes to the Rapanui Shagrock Cycleway after receiving complaints from business owners who say it would negatively impact Linwood Village. The original plan was to cut off Worcester St to through traffic at England St. The proposed idea includes a neighbourhood greenway from England St, along Buccleugh St, Ollivers Rd, Wellington St, Clive St and Marlborough St. The design also includes the cycleway crossing Aldwins Rd at a new signalled crossing, where vehicles would give way to cyclists, before passing through Linwood Park.

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How to have your say We want to hear your views on the draft Annual Plan, there are a number of new ways you can give feedback, depending on what suits you. Written feedback: Fill out our online feedback form to make a submission Drop in to a library or service centre and fill out a submission form Email your feedback to ccc-plan@ccc.govt.nz Social media: Comments can be made through the following channels: Fill out our survey on the Council Facebook page Twitter. Tweet us your feedback by using #cccplan Go to our Facebook page and include #cccplan in your post

Be heard in person: Come and talk to us at a Have Your Say event. These events are a new initiative where you can provide your feedback and be heard by your local elected members. Have Your Say events: To attend please register, call (03) 941 8999 (0800 800 169 for Banks Peninsula callers) or email ccc-plan@ccc.govt.nz Local community board: • Tuesday 12 April, Burwood-Pegasus Ward • Monday 18 April, Spreydon-Heathcote Ward • Wednesday 20 April, Riccarton-Wigram Ward • Friday 22 April, Fendalton-Waimairi Ward

• Wednesday 27 April, Hagley-Ferrymead Ward • Wednesday 27 April, Akaroa, Banks Peninsula Ward • Thursday 28 April, Shirley-Papanui Ward • Monday 2 May, Lyttelton, Banks Peninsula Ward Citywide councillor event: No registration is required. • Monday 2 May, 9am–12noon, Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street • Friday 6 May, 1pm–4pm, Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street. We encoura ge you to find out what's proposed Visit ccc.g . ovt.nz/ annualpla n, o copy at an r see a y library or se Council rvice centr e.


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Flame files Community vital to functioning of school Remember the Hillmorton High School deputy principal Eleanor Sim discusses how important it is to have the community support and involved in school culture to see success in the students. Do you agree? Send your thoughts to caitlin. miles@starmedia.kiwi. Whānaungatanga (a caring community) is one of the values at Hillmorton High School. This value has been very evident recently as we saw our dragon boaters performing a haka in support of another New Zealand team at the world championships and, as staff and students supported “Shave for a Cure”. Schools simply cannot do this business of education alone. You may have heard the line “ It takes a village to raise a child”. Schools are more effective

SOAP BOX and caring places, when they are an integral and positive entity in their community. They too, are richer for their community being involved in their life. Improved social and academic outcomes are natural consequences. As our Pasifika students have prepared for their performance at the annual Polyfest, members of our community have come to support and work with our young people. Being there, sharing culture, helping, teaching, keeping a watchful eye, giving of their time and wisdom has meant so much and our students have gained so much from the community

coming into the school. Our new playground, the school community garden and our kitchen garden have taken shape over a couple of years. These again, have been collaborative projects where students, staff, parents and caregivers have come together working with a common goal. The success thereof has also been dependent on the involvement of the wider community – the businesses and funding organisations who have supported such initiatives. All are the beneficiaries. As schools move towards the next round of board of trustees elections that will occur in May, we acknowledge the tireless work of those in our communities who work as trustees. This too is vital work and schools need the support of the willing and able. Anthropologist Margaret Mead wrote: “Never doubt that a group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world”. We thank our community.

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With mornings getting colder and winter in the air, it might be a good time to remind people about the metre/heater rule. This is a simple little recommendation invented a few years back that gives us all a means of reducing the risk of fireplaces, heaters and even stoves setting fire to the houses they are in. The metre/heater rule requires nothing combustible being placed closer than a metre from an operating heater or fireplace. This includes clothing being dried, magazines and newspapers and most importantly human beings and pets. On the question of most efficient home heating we generally recommend heat pumps because of their relative low cost to run and more importantly, from our perspective, the fact

they have rarely caused houses to catch fire. This doesn’t mean we dismiss gas fires (those flued to the outside) or convection or radiant electric heaters. But these need to be operated strictly to the metre/heater rule above. Most people would have been aware of the young person injured after falling in the red danger zone of the cliffs at Sumner last Sunday morning. He ended up in ambulance and then hospital care.  But spare a thought for the members of Sumner Fire Brigade and the ambulance staff who attended.  They had to put themselves in potential danger to recover this person.  They wouldn’t have thought twice.  It’s what people do.  Especially it’s what emergency services people do. But it should never have been necessary.  Unfortunately common sense seems to be less common daily. M FRO

Staged Gill Hay Lying in bed and looking at the view out of my bedroom windows each morning was the initial inspiration for this series of work. The view is always different and waking and looking at it each day does feel like the landscape and sky are a continually changing stage set. It is always different influenced by weather, light and season. Sometimes partially hidden by curtains and sometimes framed by them.

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Many may face cold winter Insurance battles hold up home assessments, upgrades FRASER WALKER-PEARCE

People still stuck in insurance battles from the February 2011, earthquake say they cannot get upgrades to keep their homes warm this winter. The city council said about half of all customers of its Build Back Smarter programme, about 400, say they cannot act on recommendations to get their houses warmer because they are still negotiating with their insurer. The programme gives free housing assessment of what is needed to warm the house, including putting in heat pumps, curtains, insulation and draft stops. The city council’s sustainability adviser Tony Moore said during a customer feedback survey, it was found that the main reason given for not acting on the assessment was insurance battles. City councillor Glenn Livingstone (right) said he was appalled to find out half of people seeking help could be prevented from warming their homes. He said if a decision was still pending on their house, no

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HAVE YOUR SAY EVENTS Public consultation is now open on the city council’s draft Annual Plan 2016-17 and Amended Long Term Plan 2015-2025. The documents set out by the city council includes a work programme and spending plans for coming years. Throughout April community boards will run a series of have your say events where you can speak to your local elected members. To place your feedback or to register for the have your say events, email ccc-plan@ ccc.govt.nz. Consultation closes on May 10. COMMUNITY COTTAGE BACK Waltham Community Cottage is up and running again. The cottage opened yesterday after being closed for a month due to repairs being done to the main building. The centre will still be operating on reduced services for the next few weeks until everything returns to normal.

alterations could be made. He said it is “ridiculous” that even after five years people are still talking to insurance companies to find out if their house will be repaired or rebuilt. But an Insurance Council of

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Focused on the welfare of Helen Mantell is the principal of the Southern Health School in Tuam St, which provides education for students with long-term mental and physical health issues. Fraser Walker-Pearce talks to her about the birth of health schools, managing an ever-changing roll, and the school’s greatest success story Hi Helen, thanks for having a chat with me. What makes your job so special? For me the job is so special because it’s really about finding the kids that are missing out on their education because they’re unwell. If we find those students that have been out of school for a while and they’re unwell, if we can make a difference to them in terms of their education while they’re sick, then that’s what makes it really worthwhile. What schools did you go to? I went to Redcliffs Primary School, and Linwood High School in those days, now Linwood College. What about your own school experience? Was there any teacher who stood out? I guess I had a mathematics teacher called Mr McMeekin. I had him for a few years, and he was reasonably influential in

pushing me to become a maths teacher. He was probably a favourite teacher of mine, he was only in his first couple years of teaching, so he was early in his career, and his passion for the subject made it I think. How long have you been involved with the school? I’ve been at the school since 2004, and I’ve been the principal since 2011. What does your family think about your position, they must be proud? Yes. They are pretty proud. They’re all in Christchurch, well my immediate family anyway. I taught at Rangi Ruru for a number of years before I came here as a mathematics teacher and was looking for the next step in my career. What do you do outside of work? I love spending time with my family. And if I’m not doing that

I like walking in the Port Hills. That’s great. What would you say is the school’s greatest success story? One girl comes to mind straight away here. She was with us for quite a period of time, most students are generally with us for between 14 and 15 weeks, but this student was with us for most of the year. She was working towards gaining NCEA level 2, and managed to achieve that by the end of the year. She went back to her school for the final year and has since gone on to university. I think she is actually studying medicine, which is amazing when you think about what she would’ve been managing during that time. Wow, a huge turn around. Have there been some quite sad stories as well? Oh absolutely. I mean there are some situations where if we’re talking about a physicallyill student, sometimes they don’t make it. That’s an incredibly sad time. Sometimes the barriers of the student’s illness are too great to make any progress on their education as well. When did health schools start arriving in NZ?

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In their current format, they were rolled out in 2000. Before that they were just extensions or parts of hospitals. From the get go there has been three individual schools across the country. But the Southern Health School is the only one in the South Island. What are you hoping to achieve this year? Along those lines I’m hoping to achieve a half marathon, through a combination of walking and running. And I guess I’d want to make sure the kids that are out of school because of an

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unwell students That’s right (laughs). For teachers it’s very exciting and you can think you have a day planned out, but things can change quickly like the students may be unwell or unable to come to a lesson or something – they have to be flexible. What illnesses does the health school help with? So we work with patients that are struggling with physical and mental health conditions. For us to come in, they have to be off for a long period. And can anyone get in, or do they have to be selected? It’s an application process and anyone can refer someone to us. Generally it’s the parents, schools, and health professionals that put in applications for students, and the only requirement is a sign off from a health professional. How many students do you help every year? If I look across the South Island at the moment we have about 170 students on our roll. That number varies greatly though – we can have up to 300 students at any one time. We generally see about

SPARE TIME: Helen Mantell enjoys walking in the Port Hills in her time away from the Southern Health School.

700 students over a year. And so from that everchanging roll, what do the students see it as? Our other purpose is to support a transition back to school. We call ourselves ‘a station on their journey’. They come to us while they’re unwell, then we work hard in partnership with them to get them back into schooling life.

While they’re at the health school, are they solely enrolled there? No, no. They’re still enrolled in their previous school, sort of like a dual roll. When they get back we always try to follow what they’re doing, but if they can’t go back to school, we can take over their programme if they need help long term. How big is the gap when

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they do return to their other school? We try and make sure that they’re at if not above where their peers are at. Our teachers work one-on-one and in small groups with students, so it’s not like a traditional big class. That can be very beneficial for them. There must be a huge range of illnesses you see? Yes absolutely. Unfortunately the two most common illnesses we see are cancer and mental health conditions. Generally the students with mental health issues have anxiety and depression, but there are some we see that are on the more extreme end of that scale. That’s interesting. Do you think that has something to do with the stress from the earthquakes? Whether it’s a direct result I don’t know, but when you think about the effect on families the quakes have had, it was huge. Families were moving house, jobs, schools, so it may have tipped them over the edge in terms of handling school as well as an illness.

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Webb Ellis trophy at Hillmorton HONOURED: Hillmorton High School students Anaru Tahatika-Foliaki and Krystina Wade-Mauheni were lucky enough to get their hands on the Webb Ellis trophy. The New Zealand Rugby Union visited the school last week, showing students the prestigious cup.

FUN: Pupils from Spreydon School got to spend a day adventuring around the Margaret Mahy Family Playground recently.

Community Energy Action in line for conservation award A charitable trust that helps make Canterbury homes warm is a finalist in a national community award. Community Energy Action has been nominated in the community category of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority awards, which focuses on recognising organisations that go the extra mile in the field of energy efficiency. “I am really pleased that HARD WORKERS: The ECA team offers CEA has been nominated help and assistance to families from all and recognised for what the types of backgrounds and are excited to be organisation has achieved,” nominated in the awards this year. chief executive Caroline which recycles donated curtains Shone said. and a free independent Energy Over the last two years the Advice Service. trust has been adapting to the The trust also manages comchanges in communities around munity projects in collaboration Canterbury, which has resulted in assisting households to make with other organisations such as the Repair Well Project together them warmer, drier and more with New Zealand Red Cross, energy efficient. CEA operates a Curtain Bank this project helps vulnerable

homeowners with earthquake-damaged properties incorporate energy efficiency measures during repairs. While the awards are a big achievement for Community Energy Action, Ms Shone is just “pleased to be helping more and more families, regardless of income, thriving in healthier homes.”

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In the fast lane SWIMMING WIN: Hillview Christian School pupil Oliver Graves made swimming history at the school last week. Oliver competed in the Primary Sports Canterbury Swimming Championships held at the Selwyn Aquatic Centre. He won the 50m freestyle for 11-year-olds in 30.37sec and the 50m breaststroke in 42.05sec, in a field of 32 qualifiers.

TEAM WORK: Cashmere High School recently competed at the South Island Secondary Schools Adventure Racing Champs against 42 other schools. The race set out from Cromwell College at 6am. Scott Smith, Ryan Smith, William Wallace, and Sam Anderson came in second in the overall competition.

WINNERS: Felix Harrison, James Friel, Maggie McInnes, Maia Reid won the mixed team category and third overall.

HARD WORK: After a long day of running and cycling Eva Elliott, Naquita Cross, Beth Elliott, Katie Cory-Wright won the girls category and came seventh overall.

Hillmorton dragon boat team victorious in Aussie Hillmorton High School won two titles at the Dragon Boating World Championships held last weekend. The dragon boating under-18 mixed team won gold medals in the 2000m and 500m races at the Club Crew World Championship held in Adelaide. It’s been a long journey for Hillmorton High following a string of competitions in New Zealand to get them to victory in Australia. The team won at the Aoraki South Island Dragon Boating Championships last month, where they came first in the mixed team category, which gave them the

opportunity to head to Australia. School’s sports co-ordinator and manager of the team Andrea Kendrew said students exceeded her expectations at the South Island competition. “The kids are doing really well and every challenge I gave them to do a better time. . . they met it.” They have been in a demanding practice routine since leading up to the world championships, each week the team had two training sessions before school and two in the evening as well as a two-hour training on the lake WINNERS: Hillmorton High School competed in the Dragon Boating World Championships held in every week. Adelaide last weekend. The under-18 mixed team won gold medals in the 2000m and 500m races.


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Making bullying disappear with magic

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Preheat the oven to 180C on bake. Grease and line the base of a 23cm spring-form cake tin with paper. In a large bowl place the first four ingredients and mix, giving it a good stir. Sift the next six ingredients into another bowl. Add the flour mix to the wet ingredients, alternating with the grated beetroot. Mix together lightly and place in the tin. Bake for 1 hour and 30 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. Test this cake while it’s baking with a skewer or sharp knife — it can look cooked, but the middle may still be raw. Leave to cool in the tin and then remove to ice. Icing: Make a beetroot chocolate ganache by melting 125g dark chocolate and 1⁄2 cup juiced beetroot together. Heat gently, then pour over the cake.

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(each with 2 grams of protein and 35 calories) to give this spread a nutty flavour punch. The cheese texture is smooth enough that you can use it to simply replace mayonnaise in traditional recipes.

can transform the taste of common snacks with its nutty, bold and savoury flavour profile.

A BLT (ASIAGO BACON LETTUCE TOMATO) Transform the classic BLT sandwich into a simple yet delicious snack. The small crisp inner leaves from a head of butter lettuce are a perfect “cup” for spreading creamy Asiago cheese, topping it with crispy bacon pieces and a slice of juicy tomato. This snack hits all of the important flavour profiles and texture contrasts with the nuttiness from the creamy cheese, saltiness from the crispy bacon, crunch from the bright lettuce and a touch of

acidity from the juicy tomato half. And, it’s as appealing on the eyes as it is on the palate (pictured).

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he team at Physical Sense in Sydenham sees clients with a range of symptoms but many of their middle-aged and senior clients visit complaining of pain in one or both hips. Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests that a major part of the pain could be due to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis. “Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason for the pain may be the muscles around the joint,” she explains. Alternatively, a back muscle could also be the cause, as shown in the image. Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year old client with severe arthritis who walked with a stick, told her, “I will end up in a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight through my right leg due to pain in my hip and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she was walking with her stick but without the severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was one of the factors that made her muscles spasm but the other was that older people move less and the flexed position the hip is in when we sit is particularly bad for the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that although the client was 89 and could have been “given up on” or told to live with the pain, she made a difference to her health and wellbeing. At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques (massage and triggerpoint deactivation techniques) are used to release the muscles. The client also gets a home exercise program

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt) a back Hip muscle that causes hip pain

Hip muscle that causes hip pain

designed to mobilize and stretch the hip, strengthen the important core muscles and increase general strength and balance. They teach a movement sequence that stretches the hip in all directions whilst the client is able to lie safely on their bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients. In many cases having the muscles released and being taught how to maintain it, is enough

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WHAT’S ON

4.30PM SATURDAY

Members Lucky Card Draw

BARROSS

TAB POD

8PM SATURDAY

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

:COMING UP:

Saturday 30th April

GAME OF TONES - upstairs -

- downstairs -

ClubBISTRO PIERVIEW Restaurant Open Tuesday to Saturday 12pm-2pm and from 5pm.

Midweek SPECIAL

$10 ROAST Available Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday

Quality a la carte with a view! Open FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY from 5.30pm

FRIDAY SPECIAL:

All Grills... $20! for a limited time

SUNDAY SPECIAL $25 3-Course Feast

SHUTTLE RUNNING Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat

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

16th April

16th April

ROBBIE DREW SATURDAY

16th APRIL, 8PM

IN THE SPORTS HALL

CRAIG ADAMS & THE

RUSTLERS

TICKETS $20

Hornby WMC, ph 03 349 9026 17 Carmen Rd, Hornby www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome

Lunch & Dinner All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential

PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant www.gardenhotel.co.nz

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9am

Breakfast HAPPY HOUR 5PM - 7PM DAILY PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132

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Tuesday April 12 2016

SOUTHERN VIEW

6

$

3

$

99 kg

Fishers Corned Silverside

99 pack

Meadow White Button Mushrooms 400g

2 for

6

$

00

Freya’s Bread 750g (Excludes Lower Carb)

7

$ 99 each

Signature Range Mild/ Colby/Edam Cheese 1kg

450

$

each

Sanitarium Light ‘n’ Tasty 410-525g

400

$

each

Meadow Fresh Yoghurt 1kg (Excludes Greek)

WINE DEAL OF THE WEEK

3199

$

pack

Speight’s/Summit 24 x 330ml Bottles

899

$

each

Montana Classic 750ml

FCSV1204

Prices apply from Tuesday 12th April to Sunday 17th April 2016, or while stocks last. Trade not supplied. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day. All prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale.

F FreshChoice.co.nz

FreshChoiceNZ

3 for

2 for

450

$

$

Bluebird Original/Thick/ Thinly Cut Chips 140/150g

450

Coke/Sprite/Fanta/Lift/ L&P 1.5L

FreshChoice Barrington 256 Barrington Street, Christchurch. Phone 332 6364. Open 7am-11pm, 7 days.

Southern View 12-04-16  

Southern View 12-04-16