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Applications are now open for the 2013 season.
We require coaches in all grades: Division 1,
Division 2, Division 3, Women's and all JAB
grades from Under 18 down to Under 6.
If you are interested in coaching,
please apply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 30th September 2012
Beautiful Day Women s Event
Free event for women in Kaiapoi, Pines, and Kairaki. Come
and hear three professional women who will teach you coping
tools to stay on top of life, Dr Joyce Alberts, Phd MNZCCP,
MINS, Psychologist, Caring for your Mind; Phillipa Hunt,
Breathing Techniques; Tracey Pons, PG DipHealSc,
BscPhysio, MNZSP, Physiotherapist, Caring for your Body.
Morning tea and lunch provided. Afternoon sessions on
breathing, mind and body relaxation. September 22nd,
9.00am sharp until 3.00pm, at the Kaiapoi Baptist Church,
Fuller Street, Kaiapoi. Register by emailing
email@example.com or phone Jeannette
0294-357-775 or Julie, 327-8347.
Brooklands Celebration Event
Sunday 9th September, 1pm-4pm, starting Brooklands
Domain and ending at the Lagoon boat ramp. Walk,
activities at Hall, Playcentre and Fire Station. Speeches,
music and ceremony. More info, Jo Wall 329-8180 or
Free Annual Family Swimming
At Dudley Park Aquatic Centre, Church St, Rangiora 7-9pm
Saturday September 8th. Inflatables will be available. Come
and enjoy a fun night with us all. Further enquiries ring Anne
03 313 8692. Another Manchester Unity Promotion.
Good News: Hearing Therapy
Services monthly Clinic
We are back at Public Library meeting rooms. Book now for
a free Ministry of Health funded hearing test, tinnitus
information and help, and hearing aid advice. Ring Bernadette
(03) 366-5497 to make an appointment for Friday
September 7, 2012.
Grey Power North Canterbury (Inc)
Meeting Tuesday 4 September, 1.30pm at R.S.A. Lounge,
Victoria Street, Rangiora. Raffles, Sales Table, Afternoon
Tea. Members and new members welcome. Speaker: Pam
Sandford, Charge Nurse, Christchurch Hospital - Glaucoma.
Lions Club Pig Manure and Sawdust
The Lions Club of Rangiora is taking orders for this
marvellous organic garden compound. Please phone Brian
on 313-7628 or Vikki 310 6855. Cost $5.00 per 40 litre bag.
Surcharge applies for deliveries outside of the Rangiora
village. Manure is delivered on Saturday mornings.
Rangiora Garden Club
Meeting Wednesday 5 September, 7.30pm, Trinity Methodist
Church, King Street, Rangiora. Members, new members
welcome. Speakers - "Small Spring Bulbs". Enquiries phone
Rangiora Mens Probus Club
The next monthly meeting for the above mentioned Club will
be held in the Rangiora RSA at 10.0am on Thursday
September 6th. Any intending or new members are welcome
Rivendell Respite turns 10!
Come celebrate our Open Home Friday 14 September
between 1pm and 6pm. Drinks and nibbles at 5pm. Phone
Jan 03 310-0463.
St. Joseph s School Rangiora 125th
Jubilee Fri 19 Oct - Sunday 21 Oct
2012 (Labour weekend).
Registration is now open and can be accessed as follows: On
the school website; www.stjosephsrangiora.school.nz and
through the School Office; Phone 03 313 7828;
HARRIS, Ivan Peter --- The
family of Ivan Peter Harris held
a private farewell service for
him on Monday, August 27 at
his beloved Suntop'' in Cones
Road, Ashley. We wish to send
on his behalf thanks to all who
cared and shared in his life. He
was a good man who touched
many lives. May we remember
invites you to a Fathers Day
breakfast - 9.30am, Sunday
2 Sept. Ashgrove Sch. Hall,
Rangiora. RSVP 313-5261.
Join us for worship and
Sunday September 2nd, 5pm
Meeting in Lamb & Hayward s
92 Kippenberger Avenue,
David & Jo 312-8242
Hans & Colleen 312-2919
Resource Management Act 1991
PUBLIC NOTICE OF A
SUMMARY OF SUBMISSIONS
AND THE CALL FOR FURTHER
PROPOSED PRIVATE PLAN
BRADLEYS ROAD OHOKA
The Waimakariri District Council has available a
summary of all decisions requested by persons
making submissions to Private Plan Change P021
to the Waimakariri District Plan.
The summaries of decisions requested can be
inspected at the Council s offices and libraries at:
Rangiora Service Centre, 215 High Street, Rangiora
Rangiora Library, 141 Percival Street, Rangiora
Kaiapoi Service Centre, 24 Sewell Street, Kaiapoi
Kaiapoi Library, 9 Cass Street, Kaiapoi
(entrance off Davie Street)
Oxford Service Centre, 34 Main Street, Oxford
A full copy of the submissions can be inspected at the
Rangiora and Kaiapoi Service Centres or on line at
Any person may make a Further Submission to the
Waimakariri District Council, in the prescribed form
(Form 6 of the Resource Management Regulations
2003). The Further Submission can only be in support
of, or in opposition to, a submission already made. A
copy of the Further Submission form is available from
any of the addresses listed above, or from the
Council s website at www.waimakariri.govt.nz.
Further Submissions must be served on the
Waimakariri District Council by post to Private Bag
1005, Rangiora; or deliver to the Rangiora Service
Centre at 215 High Street, Rangiora; Kaiapoi Service
Centre at 125 Raven Quay, Kaiapoi or Oxford Service
Centre at 34 Main Street, Oxford.
Further Submissions will be accepted by fax (if legible
and received before the closing time) on (03) 313
4432, or may be lodged on line.
The Further Submissions must be received by the
Council by 5.00p.m. Friday, 14 September 2012.
The person making the Further Submission must,
within 5 working days after lodging the submission,
serve a copy of the Further Submission on the person
who made the submission to which the further
Please contact Garry Blay on 311 8900 Extn 8886 if
you have any questions.
This public notice is dated 31 August 2012
District Plan Manager
Rangiora High School
Paid Union Meeting
The Post Primary Teachers' Association requires
all PPTA members to attend a paid union meeting
at the school on the morning of Thursday 6
September. Classes will commence at 10.00am on
this day. Buses will run approximately 90 minutes
later than normal.
I request that you keep your children at home or
make alternative arrangements for their care on
Although staffing is reduced, the school will
supervise any students who attend school from
8.40am on this morning. These students should
meet in the School Hall.
Mrs P Burrows
Ph: 03 377 8778 | Fax: 03 379 1531
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ST PATRICKS Community
Spring Fair. Sat. 15
September 11am - 2pm.
Bargains Galore at the
treasure trove, food court,
produce, plants, raffle stalls
and many more. Try a ride
on a Harley Davidson, come
and see Richard from Bells
Auction Room in action with
our auction at 1pm. Lots of
entertainment for the young
and young at heart. See
you there! 61 Fuller St.
SALE OF LIQUOR ACT 1989
Section 9(4), 31(3)
CHEVIOT LICENSING TRUST
has made application to the
District Licensing Agency at
AMBERLEY for the grant of an
On and Off Licence in respect
of the premises situated at
Hall Street, Cheviot, Hurunui,
known as CHEVIOT TRUST
The general nature of the
business to be conducted
under the licence is that of a
The days on which and the
hours during which liquor is
sold under the licence are:
Monday to Sunday 7.00 a.m. -
The application may be
inspected during ordinary
offices hours at the office of
the Hurunui District Licensing
Agency at 66 Carters Road,
Any person who is entitled to
object and who wishes to
object to the grant of the
application may, not later than
ten working days after the
date of the first publication of
this notice, file a notice in
writing of the objection with
the Secretary of the Hurunui
District Licensing Agency, PO
Box 13, AMBERLEY.
This is the first publication of
RANGIORA Country Music
Club Night Wednesday 5th
September, 7.30pm at RSA
Rangiora. All welcome.
Supper provided. Visitors:
$4.00; members $1.50.
Registration and Grading of
Primary School players
will be held at
RANGIORA BOROUGH SCHOOL
on Tuesday 4 September 2012
3.30 to 5.00pm
If unable to attend please contact:
Murray Sail 03 313 2402
or 0274 668 799
Join one of the most
successful Touch Modules
Mens Premiere, Mens A, B
& C, Womens, Mens Masters
Juniors -- Tuesday
for all nights
Excellent Facilities - Hot
Showers - Full Bar
Restaurant & Takeaways -
Awesome Grounds Great
Prizes - Canty & NZ
LIMITED TEAM NUMBERS
or Kath Loversidge
Senior - Wed. 3 October
Mixed - Frid. 5 October
Junior - Wed. 17 October
For entry forms
PROPOSED 60% CAPITAL
The final decision of the
Trustees at the recent public
meeting held on 15 August
2012 was that the proposed
capital distribution will NOT
For further information,
please contact the Secretary
on (03) 313 8103 or by email:
2012 Annual General Meeting
Members please note that this
will be held ---
4th September 2012
at 7.30 p.m.
A.G.M & Senior Club rego.
All players welcome.
To be held at the Mandeville
Clubrooms from 7pm.
Details contact Hamish
We wish to notify all of our
valued growers that
H Dawson Farm Direct (at
Kaiapoi Woollen Mill, 10
Walker Street, Kaiapoi)
as of 3rd of September to
We look forward to
accepting your wool in the
GINGER male cat missing
since early June, Robert
Coup Rd, Kaiapoi. Has a
scratched eye. Ph Rob
0272 948 369.
HOGGETS - four blackfaced,
missing from Mairaki Downs
area. Please phone 03 313
Post Tenders to:
70 Fernside Road
RD 1 Kaiapoi 7691
Wed 12 Sept 2012, 5pm
All tenders considered
Highest tender not necess-
Tours & Travel
Free call 0800 601 508
03 377 8778
03 379 1531
Ph: 03 377 8778 | Fax: 03 379 1531
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