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La Tandoor reopens as takeaway
Customers of Indian restaurant La Tandoor in
Rangiora once again have something to smile
about. The restaurant was closed last week when
the heritage building it operated from was deemed
earthquake prone. However, owner Amit Gulanti
opened a takeaway shop at 238c High Street on
North Loburn chess champions
North Loburn has confirmed its dominance of
interschool chess in North Canterbury, winning the
region's junior school tournament for the sixth
consecutive year. In a repeat of 2009 and 2010
North Loburn fielded two teams in the four-team
final. The other two qualified from Rangiora New
Life (second) and Amberley (third).
Mainland Big Band at Kaiapoi
The Mainland Big Band will be playing again at the
Kaiapoi Club on Raven Quay on Sunday, August
19, at 5.30pm, with plenty of room to get up and
dance. Tickets will be $10 each person, from the
Sporting achievers at museum
Sport will be the topic at the Rangiora Museum at
1.30pm tomorrow. Heading the guest list will be
local speakers who have attained sporting honours
at national and international levels. Members of
the public are welcome to attend.
Council knocks on doors
A Kaiapoi door knock was held last week,
organised by the Waimakariri District Council with
support from Kaiapoi's volunteer co-ordinator
Peter Cloughley. It involved checking in with
households, discussing any needs or concerns,
and providing residents with information about
available services and assistance in the
Bust Out the Real You
Bust Out the Real You hits Kaiapoi on August 25
and promises to be a great girls' night out. This fun
and informative evening will cover health,
wellbeing, body image, styling, colours, lingerie,
and gorgeous accessories from jewellery through
to scarves and handbags.
All clear for rugby player
By CATE BROUGHTON
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE: Kaiden Matthews is loaded into the helicopter for his flight to hospital.
KAIAPOI RUGBY under-18 player
Kaiden Matthews was given the all clear
after being airlifted to hospital with a
suspected spinal injury suffered in a
game during North Canterbury's finals
day at Mandeville on Saturday.
Club vice-president Rob Ellis said
members were breathing a huge sigh of
relief at the news.
The 17 year old had gone in for a tackle
to prevent what became the final try of
the game against Hurunui.
It must have been the way he landed
on the ground, just one of those freak
things,'' Mr Ellis said.
A paramedic attended the player on
site and called for the Westpac helicop-
ter, which arrived soon after.
It was very distressing.
The family are big supporters of the
club and they kept us informed through
After a scan and X-ray at Christchurch
Hospital, he was back home that night,
Mr Ellis said.
Kaiden was left with deep bruising to
his lower back, but no sign of spinal
Finals report and photos, pages 31 and
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