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New safety barriers on way for fatal crash, drink driving sites But they won’t be finished until next year „„ By Sarla Donovan NEW SAFETY barriers will be put up on Main Rd after two serious crashes within a year – one which claimed a life. But they won’t be completed until February next year. In March, Mt Pleasant resident Maureen Imrie, Sarah Jane 73, died when the vehicle her Arrow husband was driving slammed through a rickety wooden barrier near Shag Rock and plunged into the sea. Witnesses were able to pull Bruce Imrie, 77, out of the vehicle, but it was swept away by an undertow before they were able to rescue Mrs Imrie. The accident came a year to

FATAL: The scene of the crash which claimed the life of Mt Pleasant woman Maureen Imrie.

the day after repeat drink-driver Sarah Arrow crashed through a nearby barrier in Moncks Bay, badly injuring several pedestrians.

Mr Imrie told Bay Harbour News yesterday he was pleased at news of the safety measures. “If there had been a proper metal safety barrier in place,

there would (still) have been an accident, but it probably wouldn’t have been fatal. It was going into the estuary that killed my wife.” Police are still investigating the

fatal crash. It’s been a tough year for the pensioner, whose daughter died suddenly of leukaemia just two months after his wife’s death. A new safety barrier will be installed at the bend by Shag Rock by February next year. There will also be a new 100m section of barrier constructed south of the Shag Rock bend. Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board member Darrell Latham said the measures were long overdue. “That is a Darrell problematic Latham corner with a long history of accidents. We need to ensure not only that vehicles are safe from going off the road at the corner, but also the safety of people walking from the Christchurch Yacht Club to Shag Rock.” After Mrs Imrie’s death, Dr Latham met with city council staff and police, and sought urgent action on both sites. While he was pleased to hear measures were being put in place, Dr Latham was disappointed at the lack of communication from the city council. •Turn to page 4 •Editor’s view, page 2


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ABOUT time. That’s all that can be said about our front page article today on the new safety barriers about to be put in on Main Rd. It’s taken well over a year to get to this point and you’ve got to wonder why. The changes have been prompted by two serious crashes, the first in 2016 and the second in March, a fatal - the tragic death of Mt Pleasant woman Maureen Imrie. But here’s the interesting part. The new barriers won’t be finished until February next year. That’s nearly two years since the first serious crash involving drunk driver Sarah Arrow, who hit a group of pedestrians. That’s a worry. Speaking of crashes, there are two very lucky individuals on page 5 today, after their vehicle crashed in the early hours of the weekend. - Barry Clarke

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Council’s property goldmine But will the community see any of it? „„ By Sarla Donovan THE CITY council is sitting on millions of dollars of Banks Peninsula property which it must decide to keep or sell. In total, there are about 28 properties in Banks Peninsula with a combined value of more than $6.6m. More than half of that value is in three properties in Akaroa and Diamond Harbour, which together are valued at $3.5m. But there are no guarantees the money will stay within the Banks Peninsula community if they’re sold. If properties are considered surplus and sold off, the use of the proceeds would be determined “on a case-by-case basis”, according to city council head of facilities, property and planning, Bruce Rendall. Banks Peninsula Community Board member and deputy mayor, Andrew Turner, said he would expect that if property was sold, the money would

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VALUABLE: This city council-owned property in the heart of Akaroa – currently leased to a local butcher – is valued at $1.46m.

go into general city council funds. He said the city council no longer used “jam jar” accounting and this was standard practice. Another board member, Janis Haley agreed: “It’s the same with funds from the cruise ships. Times have changed – we’ve amalgamated and we have to accept that.” Yew Cottage, at 40 Rue Jolie, has a registered value of $700,000. The city council purchased the building in 1981 to ensure it was not replaced by a taller building which might shade the bowling green next door, but it has been empty

for the past 10 years and now requires substantial repairs. An area between the cottage and the harbour is used informally as car parking for the bowling club. The building has a notable listing in the Banks Peninsula District Plan and is incorporated within Akaroa’s historic area. Two parties interested in using the property were declined by the community board in June. The Akaroa Resource Collective Trust aimed to “provide, promote and support charitable services beneficial to the Banks

Peninsula community.” The other interested party was a private buyer. The board decided neither would be suitable and was now working to “identify a local solution for the future management of Yew Cottage.” Another property in the heart of Akaroa, currently leased as a butchery and deli and for community use, is valued at $1.46m. In Diamond Harbour, a 38ha block of rural-zoned land behind the school at 27 Hunter’s Rd is valued at $1.4m Described as a “large parcel of land which could lend itself to several uses,” the property borders Bayview Rd to the south, farmland to the east and residential land to the north. Cr Turner said there would be a formal, robust process to be followed. “The board won’t be recommending the sale of any land that has value to the community now or in future.” •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think any money raised from the sale of city council property in Banks Peninsula should stay in the ward? Send your views to sarla. donovan@starmedia.kiwi

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In Brief SKATE PARK MEETING A workshop on Monday will give the community the chance to meet with city council staff to share information and ideas around what is important to include in site selection criteria for a skate park in the Bays area. Members of the public can drop in to the Redcliffs Mt Pleasant Bowling Club anytime from 6-8pm. CHAIRMAN APPOINTED Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board deputy chairman Jake McLellan has been appointed to the Taylors Mistake Baches Working Party. The working party will determine if the privately-owned baches on city council-owned land will be allowed to remain, and under what terms. Heathcote city councillor Sara Tempelton will head up the working party. A report from the party is expected to be presented to the city council by September 30. PLAN CLOSE Feedback from the community about the Naval Point Development will soon be presented in a formal consultation document. The city council asked the community in May what they would like the future development of Naval Point to look like, including the recreation ground, public boat ramp and the Magazine Bay Marina. Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner said city council staff are close to having a plan completed.

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Clash over intersection in Redcliffs School battle

Woolston Brass has role in world contest success CHRISTCHURCH musicians feature prominently in the National Brass Band of New Zealand, which was named runner-up in the brass band section of the World Music Contest. A third of the band members are from Christchurch, with all but one playing for Woolston Brass. The contest is held every four years in Kerkrade, the Netherlands. The New Zealand band’s programme opened with Whakarangatiratanga,

„„ By Sarla Donovan THE INTERSECTION of Main Rd and Beachville Rd has become a new factor in the battle over a new Redcliffs School site. Friends of Redcliffs Park chairwoman Simi Desor said the lack of clarity around what would happen with the potentially dangerous Beachville Rd intersection was a real concern. “The process has not been transparent and many people aren’t happy about it. Changes to the intersection, signage, lights who will pay for it? None of that has been explained.” Public consultation on the Ministry of Education proposal to rebuild the school on Redcliffs Park, creating a land swap with the old school site, closed on June 26. A hearing panel has been appointed to work through the 800 submissions received. The panel would then make a recommendation to the city council on whether to go ahead with the land swap. But Redcliffs School Board of Trustees chairman Darren Fidler said Mrs Desor’s concerns were unfounded because a decision

commissioned from New Zealand composer Gareth Farr. The programme also featured a new major work written for the band by renowned English composer Peter Graham. The 39th Parallel is based on the landscape and mythology of the Wanganui region in memory of brass band icon Kevin Jarrett. The band performed concerts in Stein, the Netherlands, and Aachen, Germany, before returning to New Zealand last week.

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•From page 1 Dr Latham was unaware of the plans to install a new section of barrier south of the bend. “It would have been good if the community board were updated and advised accordingly. We haven’t had an update regarding the latest measures and that would have

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had yet to be made on whether the relocation would go ahead. He said once the ministry had certainty, it would do “a lot more work”, including specifics around buildings and transport. “This includes (how to manage) the traffic. At this stage, there are no traffic issues in Redcliffs that are any worse than elsewhere in Christchurch or New Zealand.” Because the school would likely back onto the coastal pathway, he said pupils who could get onto

that would be able to access the school via walking or scooting. The current controlled crossing on Main Rd could also be continued. “There are simple solutions to these concerns. The school and board are committed to getting our kids to and from school safely. We want to work with residents on this.” Dr Fidler said the possibility of closure would be back on the table if the land swap was declined and nobody wanted that.

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​LUCKY: The aftermath of Sunday’s serious crash on the Christchurch Akaroa Rd.

Pair lucky to survive horror smash „„ By Andrew King TWO PEOPLE are lucky to be alive after a horror smash saw their vehicle leave the road and end up in a nearby property early on Sunday. The vehicle the man and woman were in smashed through a wooden power pole and a tree before flying over a 2m wall, narrowly missing a house in Robinsons Bay about midnight. Residents who heard the crash raced to the scene and found the vehicle in a neighbouring prop-

erty after leaving the Christchurch Akaroa Rd. Akaroa Senior Constable Anita Osborne said she could not believe how lucky the two occupants were when she first arrived. “If you looked at the scene you wouldn’t think anyone could have survived,” she said. Emergency services arrived and firefighters cut free a 27-year-old woman who was then airlifted to Christchurch Hospital with head injuries. The driver, who suffered a

broken back and ribs, was taken to hospital by ambulance. The power pole was snapped off at the base and found in the paddock a number of metres away, while debris from the tree was littered around the property - there was a big piece of wood protruding from the windscreen. The woman involved in the crash told Bay Harbour News on Monday she could not remember anything about the crash or the ride in the helicopter. That was probably a good thing, she said.

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A RECENT visit to the Morgans Gully Restoration project showed great growth in plants. The aim of the community project, which has been running for more than two years, was to restore native vegetation to the entire gully area. It also aimed to improve the water quality of the stream and increase the food sources available for native birds and insects. More than 2000 plants have been planted over the two years, much more than originally estimated, and swathes of gorse and broom have been removed. There has been strong community and volunteer support for the project, and regular watering of the plants has been organised by the volunteers. The project was done through a $13,600 Immediate Steps funding grant. Environment Canterbury has more than $1m available annually for protection and restoration of biodiversity on private and public land. If any Bay Harbour News readers have ideas for ways to improve the environment or biodiversity of an area, ECan can give funding and advice.

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News Harbour dredging gets approval Groups still against plan

Environment Canterbury received 44 submissions, with the majority opposing the LPC project. The channel’s length would be doubled to 6.km, widened by 20m and its depth increased by 5-6m. Under the plan, 18 million cu m of sediment would be sucked up and dumped offshore over two years, mostly at a disposal site 6km away from Godley Head. A hearings panel led by Sir Graham Panckhurst decided “by a considerable margin” that the consents be granted, but stressed the need for responsibility by LPC. The panel said that although there would be environmental effects, the proposed safeguards were “impressive.” The consents were granted for 35 years.

THE EXPANSION of Lyttelton Harbour’s shipping channel has been approved in spite of stern opposition from iwi, residents and marine farmers. Lyttelton Port of Christchurch has received four resource consents to deepen the harbour channel, allowing larger ships to enter the port. The project would cost up to $120 million. A deeper channel is required to service larger ships, which were becoming standard worldwide, the company said. There has been opposition to the plan, with Sumner and Taylors Mistake residents saying they are worried the sediment will cause a “silt beach.” Marine farmers also called for strict conditions, including comprehensive monitoring, to be put in place if the consent was granted.

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Should the planned dredging of Lyttelton Harbour go ahead, why or why not? Email sarla. donovan@starmedia.kiwi

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER GROWTH: Lyttelton Port Company of Christchurch has been granted resource consents to deepen the harbour channel.

Feedback sought on reserves MEMBERS OF the community can provide their input on how the Te Oka and Misty Peaks reserves should be looked after. The city council wants feedback on how people think the two large reserves should be managed. It is looking to put together draft management plans for the reserves to ensure they are looked after and protected for generations to come through future development and general maintenance. Te Oka Reserve is the only park on Banks Peninsula which provides the opportunity for sea to summit ecological restoration. The city council bought 903ha of farmland adjoining Te Oka

and Tumbledown bays to form the park, with the aim of protecting and enhancing biodiversity and to provide recreational opportunities in a natural setting. The reserve has an existing track network and provides swimmers and surfers access to both bays. Misty Peaks Reserve is a scenic park created when the city council bought 500ha of the former Mt Desmond Station. It sits alongside the privately-owned Hinewai Reserve and surrounds the Department of Conservationadministered Armstrong Reserve. Misty Peaks Reserve is home to a range of native birds and lizards and a number of rare or

threatened plants. Together, the reserves provide nearly 1700ha of land with high recreation and conservation value. They are close to Akaroa and easily reached from three main roads. Once the initial public input is collected, a draft plan will be put together and presented to the public for feedback in November. The city council aims to approve the plan by May next year. •To provide input into the management of Misty Peaks and Te Oka reserves between now and July 24, visit https://ccc.govt.nz/thecouncil/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/

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„„ By Sarla Donovan REDCLIFFS RESIDENT John Cook is giving the native bird population a helping hand by setting up a trap library. People can now borrow rat and stoat traps from the Redcliffs Community Shed to put in their gardens. A $250 grant from the LinwoodCentral-Heathcote Community Board helped Mr Cook to set up the library. The urban initiative is part of a broader push to create a predatorfree Port Hills. Mr Cook said similar urban-trapping schemes have been running in Wellington after predator-free advocate Kelvin Hastie spent two years helping the Wellington suburb of Crofton Downs become free of rats, stoats and other mustelids. More recently, Khandallah, Ngaio, Wadestown, Wilton, Highbury and Mirimar have joined the cause. There had been a “proliferation” of rats and stoats after the Canterbury earthquakes, Mr Cook said, and the native bird population was under threat nationally, along with insects, gheckos, lizards and others. Anyone interested in helping out or using the trap library can contact Mr Cook at jkscook@xtra.co.nz or 027 253 7458

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Pushing fashion boundaries „„ By Sarla Donovan HE MAY still be studying, but third year Ara Institute fashion student William Roper has already worked with top New Zealand designers. Mr Roper, who lives in Governor’s Bay, recently showed off his industry-directed collection for Ara’s annual exhibition. The striking black and white designs were inspired by an internship with Auckland designer James Dobson of JimmyD. “James was a judge at the Hokonui Fashion Awards, where I happened to win a section and he remembered my work. That was a factor in him deciding to take me on I think,” Mr Roper said. Fashion design was always on the cards for Mr Roper, after his mother introduced him to sewing while still at primary school. He attended the Rudolf Steiner School in Opawa throughout primary and high school. “Mum taught me to sew and that piqued an interest in pattern making and construction. So I’ve been pottering around on a sewing machine for quite a few years.” Jimmy D’s aesthetic matches his own. “I like black because it goes

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At the Heart of Our Community Market Comment They say results aren’t everything but what else can you go by? These days it’s all about dealing with facts rather than making assumptions. Here at Ray White Ferrymead we’re pretty pleased with our results, especially over the last couple of months. Not only were we awarded number 2 office for Ray White in the South Island but our auction results are sitting at 65% sold either under the hammer or unconditionally prior to auction, compared to the national average of 41%. On top of that, the number of properties our managers are looking after has continued to increase month on month with tenant enquiry also remaining positive.

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With interest rates still low and a reduced number of properties for sale over winter we’re predicting a strong second half of the year as buyer demand increases and the market once again gains momentum moving into the traditionally busy spring and summer months. And that’s a fact!

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At the end of each term Ray White Ferrymead awards a book prize to children at Redcliffs School who have consistently upheld a particular school value for the term, this last term was “excellence”. This is a tradition that has continued for the past 16 years, and we are very proud to have such a long standing relationship with one of our local schools. We are also proud to be financial supporters of the Special Needs Programme at the school.

Enter your own world down a private lane. A safe place for children to play with a decile 10 primary school 5 minutes walk away. Peace and seclusion where you can live life on your own terms. The house is set in mature gardens on a generous 1143m2 section on the lower slopes of Mount Pleasant. Sheltered from the easterly. Architecturally designed on three levels there is always a sense of discovery as you move from room to room. Rimu paneling gives warmth to this family home, as does the afternoon sun as you watch it travelling to set behind the Southern Alps. The central kitchen/dining area flows directly onto the elevated deck from which the expansive view continues to unfold. Internal 2-car garage and plenty of off-street parking.

Left to right: Ethan Nicholson, Eddy Stanton, and Scarlett Dunbar receiving their Excellence book award from Craig Prier – Principal Ray White Ferrymead.

The property and chattels are to be sold uninsured on an ‘As Is, Where Is’ basis, with no insurance or EQC entitlement transferable. Are you bold enough to take this one on? Contact Matt Clayton for more information.

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“What people are saying about us” Paula and Simon “Excellent communication with us, very professional, worked hard, and comes across (to potential buyers as well as us), as honest and trustworthy” - Vendors 20 Seamount Terrace, Mt Pleasant Bev Prout “She was on the ball, reported well and ultimately ensured I got a very good price” - Vendors 24 Stoke Street, Sumner

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Matt Clayton and Craig Prier “Auction day was excellent with a great attendance and spirited bidding. Thanks to Matt and Craig for a great result” - Vendor 242g Main Road, Moncks Bay

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Fire-breather makes the stage „„ By Georgia O’Connor-Harding LEARNING TO breath fire could be seen as a daunting way to get into Lyttelton’s stage. But that’s how Woolston’s Aaron Boyce, 48, debuted on the stage, blowing fire for the former Christchurch Drama Centre’s show Linnaeus Prince of Flowers. “Somebody said to me ‘do you want to be a fire breather?’ And I said I am willing to learn,” he said. Nearly 20 years down the track, Boyce may not be breathing flames in his latest show but he will play a key role in Top Dog Theatre’s latest show Up ‘N’ Under by John Godber. Set in England, the show is based around an ex-professional rugby league player called Arthur (Tom Trevella), who bets his life savings he can train a team to beat the undefeated Cobblers Arm. Boyce has two roles in the show. He plays Reg Welsh, a member of the Cobblers Arm, and amateur league player Steve, who helps form the team to take down the Cobblers Arm side. He described Steve as “flamboyant” and a “bit of a lad” while Reg Welsh is mature and wellto-do, with a bit of coin behind him. He said Steve is basically the comic relief in the show. Taking part in the show was a reunion

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“Epic turnout” for Fuse disco The kids were glowing at Fuse’s UV disco on a recent Friday night as year 7 and 8 pupils from local schools celebrated the last day of term. Shoreline Youth Trust manager Gareth Davies said there was a “pretty epic turnout” for the event. ​

for Boyce who first performed with fellow actors Tom Trevella and Dan Crossen in the Top Dog Theatre production The Merchant of Venice in 2005. Since his debut as a fire breather, Boyce has performed with a variety of theatre companies, including Showbiz Christchurch and Riccarton Players. In spite of burning himself the odd time, Boyce still enjoys breathing fire on occasion. In 1996, when Boyce was fireblowing at a Crusaders game, he suffered minor burns and loss of hair and eyebrows. “I blew straight into a nor’wester and the flames just came straight back at me,” he said. •Up ‘N’ Under runs at the Lyttelton Arts Factory until July 22. To book tickets, go to http://topdogtheatre.com/ shows/up-n-under/

Cool time in Tekapo

SNOW FUN: Twenty one excited Christchurch teenagers attended an overnight snow camp in Tekapo last week. The event was part of Youthtown’s Breakaway Holiday programme which aims to engage young people in a range of physical and mental activities and challenges. The group spent the two days completing a range of individual and team challenges as well as fun, snow-based activities such as snow tubing, sledding and ice skating. The Breakaway programme continues this week with Christchurch based activities for the group. ​

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Glass case for sod cottage Lyttelton services JAMES PENFOLD’S 1870’s sod cottage is to be repaired. Located in Scott Park near the Ferrymead Bridge, the heritage landmark with its original sod block construction offers a unique insight into early earth-building techniques used by 19th century Canterbury settlers. The sod hut was the home of Captain James Penfold (1832-1905) who was master of the schooner Excelsior which traded between New Zealand and Australia and was wrecked on the Sumner Bar. Penfold used material from the wrecked ship and sods cut from the river when building his cottage. Carolyn Ingles, head of urban regeneration, design and heritage at the city council, said the cottage was badly damaged in the February 22, 2011, earthquake. “The walls facing Main Road and Ferrymead Bridge are largely intact, and these can be repaired to keep the historic street view of the cottage,” Ms Ingles said. “However, some of the remaining walls are too badly damaged to repair – so rather than deconstruct and reconstruct the cottage with new materials, which will remove a lot of the heritage fabric that makes it such a historic building, we’re proposing to enclose those parts in toughened glass. “The proposed stabilisation and

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SAVED: The restored cottage before the February 22, 2011, earthquake. ​ repair option would highlight the workmanship that makes Penfold’s Cottage so significant – as well as provide a more engaging, authentic experience for visitors. Of course, the community feels a real sense of ownership for this cottage, and we want to consider their views on how we might best preserve it.” Funding has been set aside for the repair to take place in 2018–19.

The city council is seeking community feedback on its proposed plans. There are also set to be two drop-in sessions at the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, Scott Park, Main Rd, where visitors can talk to city council staff about the project. They will be held at 7–9pm on Thursday, July 20, and at noon–2pm on Saturday July 22. Feedback closes on August 14. For more information, visit www.ccc.govt.nz/HaveYourSay

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Fisherman’s WharF Spectacular Harbour Views Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant offer’s a warm & friendly atmosphere over looking the working port of Lyttelton. We have a range of wonderful meal options to suit all. Seafood, Steaks, Burgers, Thai dishes, Vegetarian, pasta & kids meals. We serve only the freshest locally caught fish & our produce is also fresh & from the local markets. From our boats to your plate. Now open for Breakfast Sat/Sun from 8am. 39 Norwich Quay, 8082 Lyttelton. Ph 328 7530 www.lytteltonwharf.co.nz Open Wed to Sun 11.30am to late

„„ By Caitlin Miles THE LOONS Club and struggling Lyttelton Community House both received a funding boost to help cover operating costs. The two groups requested funding from the Banks Peninsula Community Board to help pay for things like rent, power and insurance. The Loons Club is different to the Loons Theatre Trust. It operates mainly as a Working Mens Club and plans to provide a multi-purpose community facility for local groups and organisations to hire the space once its facility is rebuilt. It is currently in the final stages of rebuilding on its premises at 16 Canterbury St after it suffered significant damage in the February 22, 2011 earthquake. The club has spent the last six years focused on raising funds for the rebuild. The Maritime Union has agreed to lend the funds needed for the rebuild but it does not cover the operational costs.

REBUILD: The Loons Club is hoped to be completed within the next six months. ​ The community board agreed to provide $1667 to help cover those costs. The Lyttelton Community House is in a similar position, it needs funding to help pay for power, insurance and telephone and internet costs. The community house has struggled with a lack of funding recently. It has to cut staff and reduce its hours to be able to operate. The house is run by volunteers and provides social services to the area. The community board also agreed to provide $1667. Both groups have been encouraged to apply for the further funding from the Strengthening Communities 2017-2018 fund.


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WEDNESDAY JULY 19 2017

LICHFIELD ST

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

STATUS

1. Avon River Precinct – The Promenade

New city waterfront with shared-space streetscape, paved areas, art, gardens, lighting and seating.

• Finishing in stages. Montreal to Durham Street will be mostly complete this year.

2. Victoria Square Restoration

Making it safer and more accessible.

• Opening in early 2018.

3. East Frame

Around 900 new homes for 2000 people and the 3rd largest public space in the central city.

• Public spaces opening in early 2018.

People-focused laneways and gathering spaces, connecting the Innovation Precinct with the Health Precinct.

• Opening in stages.

5. Durham Street, Manchester Street and Hospital Corner

Improving the streets, ready for the future demands on the travel network.

•   Major work finished on Durham and  Manchester Streets.

6. Convention Centre

• 1400 delegate auditorium

•   Ground preparation is finished.

• 3600m  exhibition hall

• Construction starts soon.

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• Construction starts this year. Salisbury St

Salisbury St

Salisbury St

8. Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial

• Early works underway.

A place to remember.

• Finished in February 2017.

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WEDNESDAY JULY 19 2017

WEDNESDAY JULY 19 2017

LICHFIELD ST

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

STATUS

1. Avon River Precinct – The Promenade

New city waterfront with shared-space streetscape, paved areas, art, gardens, lighting and seating.

• Finishing in stages. Montreal to Durham Street will be mostly complete this year.

2. Victoria Square Restoration

Making it safer and more accessible.

• Opening in early 2018.

3. East Frame

Around 900 new homes for 2000 people and the 3rd largest public space in the central city.

• Public spaces opening in early 2018.

People-focused laneways and gathering spaces, connecting the Innovation Precinct with the Health Precinct.

• Opening in stages.

5. Durham Street, Manchester Street and Hospital Corner

Improving the streets, ready for the future demands on the travel network.

•   Major work finished on Durham and  Manchester Streets.

6. Convention Centre

• 1400 delegate auditorium

•   Ground preparation is finished.

• 3600m  exhibition hall

• Construction starts soon.

t

• Construction starts this year. Salisbury St

Salisbury St

Salisbury St

8. Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial

• Early works underway.

A place to remember.

• Finished in February 2017.

Peterborough St

MADRAS ST

Vi

Barbadoes St

ia S

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C1

The largest aquatic and indoor recreation and leisure facility in New Zealand.

Madras St

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7. Metro Sports Facility

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Peterborough St

Peterborough St

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Kilmore St

EPIC

Cranmer Square

MANCHESTER ST

MONTREAL ST

ANTIGUA ST

SCOULAR PARK

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• 1600m meeting rooms

BUS INTERCHANGE

Colombo St

Durham St

Montreal St

RIVER

• Evolution Square in the Innovation Precinct opening in late 2017.

•   Goal is to finish outstanding work by the  end of 2017.

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Have you been declined treatment by the DHB ? The Canterbury Charity Hospital may be able to treat you at no cost. Our current services are: • Colonoscopy (acute and screening) • Gynaecology and women’s health • Rectal bleeding clinic • Upper and lower limb orthopaedics • Vascular (severe varicose veins) • General surgery (abdominal, rectal) • Oral surgery and dentistry (* conditions apply) • Counselling (by self referral) • Cataracts

To be treated by the Charity Hospital you must: • Have been turned down in writing for treatment by the CDHB • Not have medical insurance • Not be able to afford the treatment privately (means tested) • Have a referral from your doctor * All dentistry and oral surgery patients need a dentist’s referral. Dentistry is available for WINZ clients only, whilst oral surgery may be available if you fit the above criteria.

Why are the Charity Hospital’s services at no cost to the patient? More than 280 unpaid volunteer surgeons, nurses, dentists and support staff generously donate their time for free. The Charity Hospital does not receive any Government funding. Volunteers are always welcome. If you are a surgeon, nurse or technician, volunteer forms are on our website at www.charityhospital.org.nz or email reception@charityhospital.org.nz To donate to the charity please visit our website at www.charityhospital.org.nz.

Your next step... get a referral from your doctor or dentist - please don’t contact the hospital directly. For more information: www.charityhospital.org.nz


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Your Local Views Residents’ associations play an important role

News List MP for the Port Hills Nuk Korako reflects on the role of residents’ associations in our democracy

in Wellington. The Sumner Residents’ Association has also worked hard alongside Sumner Green and Skate to restore a permanent skate park to their community. And, in Mt Pleasant, the residents’ association has done a stellar job of providing a central community facility for use by residents. Residents’ associations help amplify the voice of residents in the community when they need to get their point across. Whether it is at the community board, council or central Government level, they help to keep us informed and ensure we stay connected to the people we represent and assist them wherever we can. Importantly, they do a lot to support their communities and, in return, they depend on the support of residents to function. If you aren’t a member of your local association, why not look them up, join, or even see how you can help out? I talked in my last column about the benefits of volunteering – and your local residents’ association might just be the perfect place to start.

Fashion Where would we be without our residents’ associations? One of the things I think we do particularly well here in the Port Hills is care for our communities and look out for each other. Residents’ associations play a vital role in advocating on behalf of our communities, improving social and communal facilities and working on everything from small issues to large projects. They contribute significantly by involving the community in issues that affect them, as well as boosting communication and create networking opportunities. You only have to look through the pages of Bay Harbour News or attend a residents’ association meeting to see how involved the they are. When Redcliffs School faced the prospect of closure, Redcliffs Residents’ Association was one of the groups that made its voice heard loud and clear

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Jet ski users warned: Don’t behave like an idiot Lyttelton-based navigational safety officer Gary Manch writes about jet ski safety and looking out for others while using the water Just as I thought things were settling down for the winter, our office received a complaint from one of the local New Brighton surfies about four jet skis playing around close to the surfers and the pier supports. The surfer provided a video and, to be honest, it does not portray the jet ski users in a good light. The most annoying thing here is that in spite of the surfer remonstrating with the jet ski users because he was concerned for his safety, they chose to ignore him and continued to travel at speed very close to the pier and the water user. Now I hear you thinking that the jet ski users had control of their vessels and the surfer surely would have been safe? From my experience no matter how good you are, risk is always

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there, and with the eastern seashore being kilometres long there are plenty of other places to play and have fun safely. Sadly these people decided for whatever reason to put other water users at risk. This behaviour is just plain stupid and does a lot to damage the goodwill between different groups of water users. While the majority of jet ski users are very good and comply with the rules and regulations, it only takes a few to bring a bad name to an otherwise responsible group. The rules are very simple: If you are within 50m of

any person in the water, or within 200m of any shore or structure, then the maximum speed is 5 knots (around 9.3km/h). My message to you is clear – please enjoy the water safely, and don’t behave like an idiot and put other people at risk.  Hopefully, someone who reads this article will know the people on the jet skis involved and pass on my comments. At the end of the day, I want people to be courteous to others and obey the rules that are there for everyone’s safety. That’s it for this week. Take care. 

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Ferrymead Rotarians had a strong inkling they were on to a good thing when Ryan Pearce approached them for support to get to the waka ama (outrigger canoeing) world championships. Club member Barbara Crooks writes about how it worked out

Fashion The 34-year-old South Brighton School teacher was part of a para-six which paddled to a silver medal at the World Distance Waka Ama Championships in Tahiti a couple of weeks ago. Pearce, who has used a brace on his right leg since spinal surgery eight years ago, had been paddling for just 12 months before making the New Zealand team. To get to Tahiti he – and each of his fellow paddlers –had to raise $4000 in three months since the team was named in March. His personal and professional attributes impressed Ferrymead

Gardening DETERMINED: Ryan Pearce (front) won a silver medal at the World Distance Waka Ama Championships in Tahiti. ​

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and the world champs in Tahiti. As he says, there are no free rides for truly amateur sports in New Zealand. His waka success further reflected Pearce’s resolve since complications with a 2009

operation to remove a varicose vein on his spinal cord left him with no feeling from the waist down. A month later, thanks to his intensive rehabilitation efforts, he was walking with the help of a stick on his wedding day. Two years later, the remnant of the vein forced another operation, six weeks in hospital, and back to work on physio in a wheelchair. The next year, he tackled the 2.8km harbour crossing swim in Auckland, dragging himself across almost entirely with his arms. He has done four more distance swims since. But he believes he trained harder for waka than his swims because he didn’t want to let his mates down. He’s also quick to point out that, while one of the seven paddlers did not get a start in Tahiti, the performance was very much a team effort. Pearce sees “paddling in some capacity” as very much a part of his immediate sporting future. He believes he’s best suited to longer distances, which opens the way for him to bring his swimming, paddling and perhaps other endurance talents together.

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SUMNER RUNNING Club had a strong showing at the Canterbury cross-country champs at Halswell Quarry on Saturday. The combination of rain and sleet all week, combined with Saturday’s sunny weather, made for perfect conditions, with the course’s ditches filled with water. Some of the younger competitors even found themselves knee deep in it. Hero Barrettelli and Fred Fitch, both seven-years-old, finished first and third respectively in the grade eight boys event. Amelie Clark followed suit by picking up third place in the grade eight girls, while Charlie Bailey finished second in the grade 12 boys. In the seniors, both Nathan Jones and Dave Fitch took out their age categories. There were also podium finishes for Al CoryWright and Katherine Fitch Sumner club results Eight boys: Hero Barrettelli, 1; Fred Fitch, 3. Eight girls: Amelie Clark, 3. Nine girls: Louisa Fitch, 3. 10 boys: Dylan Lyons, 3; Oscar Kane 4. 10 girls: Benita Clark, 5. 12 boys: Charlie Bailey, 2; Mitchell Kane, 3; Aaron Clark, 5. 14 boys: John Wells, 8.

YOUNGSTER: Fred Fitch on his way to a third place in the grade eight race.

PODIUM: Charlie Bailey received his medal for finishing second in the grade 12 boys race.

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TRIO: Simon Wooding, Nathan Jones and Paul Timothy cross the water hazard at the Halswell Quarry.

Sumner in hot form ahead of semi-final against Burnside „„ By Gordon FIndlater SUMNER WILL look to finish their impressive late season run of form with a piece of silverware. The Wave’s 52-24 demolition of Linwood on Saturday confirmed their spot at the top of section two in the metro rugby competition. They will now play Burnside who finished at the bottom of section one in a plate semi-final. A re-shuffled backline due to the absence of regulars Marshall Suckling and Nik Cumming didn’t seem to affect the team, who piled on the points with

tries to Dylan Nel (2), Digby Ioane, Zach Kibirige, Peri Marks, Tom Ziolo and Poasa Waqanibau. Sumner had a slow start to the season, which saw them play all of the top-four trophy semi-finalists in as many rounds. Since then, they have lost just three games. However, in their last 10 outings, they have suffered just one loss, a 25-26 nail-bitter to Shirley. While the team would love to be competing for the biggest prize in the competition, coach Martin Dodgson believes they are setting a good platform to do so in the future.

REDEMPTION: Tu’uta Simaile runs with the ball during Sumner’s 14-25 loss to Burnside in May. PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY

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MUDDY: The girls 13th grade team took part in the Alan Fraser Memorial Tournament in Kaiapoi

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STOKED: The Bays ninth graders hoisted their second place cup into the air at the Christchurch Football Centre.

Ferrymead Bays bring cups home SPORTS TWO OF Ferrymead Bays junior football teams collected silverware over the last week. The club had four teams competing at the Christchurch International Cup held at the Christchurch Football Centre in Yaldhurst. Bays ninth grade team achieved the best result, finishing second in their age group. They defeated Selwyn United 3-0 in the quarter-finals and Dunedin Technical 3-1 in the semi-final, before falling to Tauranga’s AllStars Football Academy 0-4 in the final.

The 10th grade team finished third, defeating Aoraki Black 2-0 in their quarter-final. They then lost 3-4 to Coastal Spirit in the semi-final, before defeating Canterbury United 4-1 in the play-off for third spot. The Bays 12th grade team finished fifth, while the 11th grade team finished 14th. The club also had two girls’ teams competing in the Alan Fraser Memorial Tournament at Kendall Park in Kaiapoi. Both the 13th and 11th grade Bays teams finished seventh in their competitions.

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Be health smart this winter HaNDS arE the main pathways of germ transmission. Hand hygiene is therefore the most important measure to avoid the transmission of harmful germs. Wash your hands, before & after food preparation and eating, if you borrow someone elses equipment and of course after blowing your nose. For convenience it is a good idea to have hand sanitiser on hand to use in between washing. Sneezing & coughing into the crook of your arm or tissues rather than your hand, reduces the spread of airborne bugs. remove tissues to the rubbish immediately. Keep hydrated, two thirds of your body is made of water, so keeping hydrated is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Dehydration symptoms range from headaches to nausea to fatigue, but the effects of dehydration on your immune system are not always as obvious. Staying hydrated keeps the mucus membranes moist, which keeps the immune system functioning optimally. Unfortunately, lattes and wine don’t count, but upping your intake of water is incredibly beneficial. aim to drink at least eight glasses of water a day. You’ll notice the difference!

Eat in season, poor nutrition impairs the immune response. Fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains and legumes or pulses are full of immune-boosting properties and antioxidants. Nature provides fresh seasonal foods to compensate for what our bodies are lacking at that time of year. Kiwifruit & citrus fruits that are in season throughout winter are packed with Vitamin C. Stress less, although short periods of stress can actually be good for us longterm chronic stress lowers our immunity, making us more susceptible to colds and flu. We all have our own ways of coping and reducing stress so whether it’s taking a bath, going to the gym, getting outdoors in the garden or having fun with the kids, do something to unwind. Not only are you doing your adrenal glands a favour, you’re also reducing your chances of being struck down by the latest virus. Get a good night’s sleep, sleep is essential for your body to rest, repair and rejuvenate. (Don’t you find you always tend to look your best after a good night’s sleep?) The human growth hormone that’s released during sleep helps repair your body at a cellular level, but it’s also beneficial for the immune system.

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5

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SALE

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The Seychelles mattress by Serene Sleep sits between a medium and firm on the comfort scale, perfect for those people who like to sleep on their backs.

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5

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was $2399

now only

$1999 2 Drawer Bedside

Nohr Bedroom Collection The Nohr collection with its simple white drawer fronts make this range suitable for both kids and adults bedrooms and each drawer features smooth runners for ease of use.

A Testament To Minimal & Refined Scandinavian Design!

King was $899 now only $749

AVAILABLE IN SOFT OR FIRM

SALE

was $129 now only

$119

3 Drawer Chest

was $299 now only

$249

The Prestige mattress uses a high quality 7 zoned pocket spring system, designed to give superior spinal support while also keeping partner disturbance to a minimum.

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was $499 now only

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LATEX

GEL INFUSED

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King Single was $949 now only $849

King Single was $1199 now only $999 Double was $1299 now only $1199

Queen was $1499 now only $1299 King was $1699 now only $1499

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With several layers of premium comfort, the Prestige Nature consists of cashmere, latex and wool that wraps you in a ‘natural sleep zone’ by regulating the temperature and providing you with an overall healthier sleep.

YEAR

FOAM ENCASED

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King Single was $399 now only $359

Queen was $499 now only $459

was $1899

The Grenada mattress by Serene Sleep is one of the most firm mattresses available at Target. Features an advanced layer system which has been carefully designed to provide the perfect balance of support, comfort and durability.

5

was $2269

Double was $459 now only $399

Gianni 4 Piece Bedroom Package

GUARANTEE

Single was $299 now only $279

Single was $199 now only $169

Queen was $299 now only $249

save

The Caribbean mattress by Serene Sleep has a medium feel so it is not too hard and not too soft and is the perfect option for those looking for a budget friendly mattress for everyday use.

3

GUARANTEE

Double was $249 now only $229

$400 Made from plantation grown acacia wood. The range’s unique appearance is a fusion of contemporary and exotic style.

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YEAR

MIRROR!

save

Tamworth 4 Piece Package

The Bahamas mattress by Serene Sleep has a medium feel so it is not too hard and not too soft and is a fantastic option for those looking for a budget friendly mattress.

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FREE

$390

serenesleep

Bahamas Mattress Range

SALE

was $329 wa

Cody Bedsettee

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SAVE A BUNDLE ON KID’S FURNITURE! Jamie Bunk Bed

Carnival Bedroom Collection

An ideal way to save on space in your kid's bedroom. This stylish bunk can be set up as shown or converted into two single beds and is available in either white or black.

Stylish and sturdy kids furniture. This bedroom range features metal drawer runners. Available in 4 colours. Great for the kids bedroom.

ALL BEDROOM FURNITURE ON SALE

Available in Green, Blue, Purple & Pink 5 Drawer Split Tallboy was $459

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$379

$100 was $599

$499

3 Drawer Bedside was $199

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$159

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Mountain Ash tops finished to look like Weathered Oak give this range character and contrast well with the white, lightly brushed Acacia body.

was $2399

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$1999

An ideal way to save on space in your kid's bedroom. This stylish bunk comfortably sleeps two underneath and one on top and is available in either white or espresso finish.

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$599 Callum Bunk Bed with Trundle This stylish bunk comfortably sleeps three people, with two single beds and a roll out trundle bed for guests.

$400

Includes Queen Bed, 2 Bedsides and 4 Drawer Chest

Addison Bunk Bed

was $799

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Panama 4 Piece Bedroom Package

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$200

4 Drawer Desk was $399

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Small Bookcase was $279

$349

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$199

$300

Includes Queen Bed, 2 Bedsides & 4 Drawer Chest With a name that is as bold and confident as the Brix, you will be sure to find a solid style with clean lines and balanced design.

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Brix 4 Piece Bedroom Package

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was $1899

$1599

was $1299

Features a King Single bed with a pull out trundler below, and comes complete with a King single and single mattress. The trundler easily stows away under the bed when not in use, making it the perfect solution for extra guests and sleepovers.

$999

Willow Single Bed The fresh frame add's a fun element to suit a modern space. Available in aqua, black and white colour options. Mattress and bedding are not included.

was $249 249

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$199

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Add a fresh clean look with the white Metro bedroom suite. The bright white finish of the Metro range is an easy way to add brightness to a dull bedroom.

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Phone: 0800 TARGET

TRADING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm • Weekends 10am-5pm

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Accessories are not included in the price of furniture unless otherwise stated. Colours in store may vary to those pictured. Stock may vary from store to store. Target apologises in advance if any item is sold out during the promotion. All prices include GST. Target reserves the right to amend any misprints or errors within this advertisement. Mailer offers expire Monday 24th July 2017. Sale excludes Manchester and accessories. *No Payments and No Interest for 500 Days (“Payment Holiday”) is available on Q Card Flexi Payment Plans for in-store purchases only until offer ends 31st July 2017. Minimum spend $499. Annual Account Fee of $50 applies. New Q Cardholder fees - $55 Establishment and ($3 PPSR - Q Card only. Existing Q Cardholder fee $35 Advance. Q Card Standard Interest Rate, currently 25.25% p.a. applies to any outstanding balance at end of Payment Holiday. Payment Holiday period may vary depending on Cardholder’s payment cycle dates. Q Card lending criteria, fees, terms and conditions apply. Rate and fees correct as at date of publication, subject to change.

was $899

$759

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Metro Bedroom Collection

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$140

Bahamas Trundle Bed

$300

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*M *Minimum purchase $499. Finance offer expires 31st July 2017. Lending criteria, $50 Annual Account Fee, Es Establishment Fees, terms and conditions apply. See back page for terms & conditions. 1 Drawer Bedside was $149

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$129

7 Drawer Lowboy was $699

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$599

8 Drawer Chest was $699

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$599

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