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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
CHOOSE To Be Calm. Free
public talk Thursday 13
September, 7pm at CPIT
Conventry Street. Dr Kajaria
will share strategies for re-
maining calm and managing
your emotions in a stressful
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
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Jeannette
0294-357-775 or Julie, 327-8347.
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.
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.
Mothers Supporting Mothers
Are you struggling with new baby/toddler? Come along to a
friendly, supportive group meeting run by counsellors
experienced in post natal adjustment issues. Refreshments
and Childcare provided. Fridays 10am to 12noon. Rangiora
War Memorial Building, corner Albert/High Street. Supported
by Canterbury Community Trust. Phone Chris 312-9787.
Is food a problem for you? OA is a twelve-step programme for
men and women who support each other in solving their
common problem of compulsive eating including anorexia,
bulimia, obesity and overeating. Ph 03 365 3812. Meetings
held weekly in Rangiora and Christchurch. All welcome.
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
>> For registered charitable trusts, free entry events where any
monies gained go back into a community project, community
meetings where entry is free. $13.50 plus gst for up to 50
words, $20 plus gst for 51-100 words. Prepayment is required.
NO AGMs, sports notices, or church notices.
Mon & Thurs.... 7-9pm
Large groups by arrangement
Enquiries please phone
Rooms 313-4854 or Gail 313-6774
Northbrook RD, Rangiora
Return to the past with genuine
clothes from 50's to 80's.
Mt Cass and
The public are advised
that the Mt Cass and
Walkways are both still
closed until 30 September
For all enquiries, please
phone 0800 664 433.
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
St Patrick s
15 Sept 11am - 2pm
Bargains galore at
the treasure trove
Raffles and more
Bid on the auction at
Lots of entertainment for
the young and young at
See you there!
61 Fuller Street, Kaiapoi
Jazz wandered from new
home Oxford Estate, 12
Wattle Lane Rangiora on
Sunday 2nd September.
Coloured collar with bell -
earthquake survivor dearly
or 021 216 1063
A.G.M Notice. Ashley -
Rakahuri River Care Group
Inc. A.G.M to be held
Thursday 27th September at
7.30pm. Doc office, Cones
Road, Rangiora. All
Saturday 8th September
Bring your racquet!
RANGIORA Lioness Club
Fathers Day Raffle. Ticket
No 668. Thank you for your
Post Tenders to:
70 Fernside Road
RD 1 Kaiapoi 7691
Wed 12 Sept 2012, 5pm
All tenders considered
Highest tender not necess-
Wellbeing North Canterbury delivers a range of
community based services for children, young
people and families across the Waimakariri and
An opportunity has arisen resulting from growth in
our services, at level 1 /29 High Street Rangiora.
Volunteer Receptionist (Up to 8 hrs p.w.)
A great opportunity for anyone who wants to join a
team of volunteers who want to contribute to the
community, or wanting to up skill in office skills before
returning to the workforce.
Duties include: Greeting visitors and clients, co-
ordinating room bookings, and assisting with other
day-to-day light office duties.
This is an opportunity to join the Wellbeing North
Canterbury team who are committed to making a
positive difference in our community.
Please phone/email enquiries to:
Wellbeing North Canterbury
03 327 8945
Required at Oxford
30+ hours per week.
Applicants must be:
• Available for a variety of
shifts including evenings
• Take pride in their
initiative and want to
provide excellent service
to our members
• Hold a current Managers
This is a varied position
which involves some lifting.
Please apply to:
PO Box 48,
STUDENT for gardening,
Woodend area, after school
or weekends - time to suit.
Due to an increased
workload and internal
Logging would like to seek
applicants for the following
• Loader operators - both
wheels and tracks
• Tree Fallers
Applicants must be
competent and hold
Please ph. Corban on
after hours 03 313 3217
Button Logging has a strict
Drug and Alcohol Policy
which includes pre-
employment and random
Labourers, for temp and
positions. Truss and Fame
work an advantage. Must
be reliable, own transport
and references required.
Call Tony 03 310 7285 or
027 636 6967
For busy Woodend
restaurant. Weekend work.
Ph. 03 312-2912
Highly motivated persons
interested in earning well
above average money
required to work in our
modern production line.
Pref will be given to experi-
enced persons in the use of
hydra - axes and chainsaws.
Class 2 licence would be an
Rangiora, North Canterbury
MainPower New Zealand Limited owns and operates an
electricity distribution network providing line services to more
than 34,000 customers throughout the North Canterbury and
Reporting to the Underground Supervisor, the primary objectives
of this position are to install underground services, assist
with the excavation and reinstatement of trenches, and the
transportation and storage of underground services materials.
You will be customer focused, reliable, have effective
communication skills and a high level of self motivation. A Class
1 licence is essential and Class 2 is highly desirable.
Full training will be given to the successful applicant.
To make confidential enquiries please contact
Malcolm McClintock on 0274 851 259 or to apply please send
your CV and cover letter to: Sandra O'Donohue, HR Manager,
MainPower New Zealand Ltd, PO Box 346, Rangiora 7440 or
email to email@example.com
Applications close on Friday, 7th September 2012.
Required part time and
Contact Louise on (021)
165-3983 or email:
We currently have a
position open for an
Driver to assist in our
successful applicant will
have road ranger
experience to operate
our Kenworth 6x4
tractor unit with bulk
tipper and will hold all
the necessary licences
and have experience
operating loaders and
equipment as well as
hands on tasks. A
person with the ability to
work in a team will be
required in applicants.
334 Flaxton Road
P 027 252 2366
F 03 313 8968
Enterprise North Canterbury is the economic
development agency for North Canterbury includ-
ing the Waimakariri and Hurunui districts.
A fantastic opportunity exists for a District
Promotion Co-ordinator. This new role is to
promote the Waimakariri district to visitors,
businesses and local residents.
You will be responsible for supporting the
Business Development Manager; marketing and
co-ordination of the visitor industry and promoting
the district to new businesses. Also administration
and information services to support the i-SITE is
required. This is a full time position based at the
Kaiapoi i-SITE Visitor Information Centre.
The successful applicant should have the following
skills and attributes:
• Strong organisational and administration skills
• Competent with office software packages
• The capacity to manage a demanding workload
If you would like to receive a copy of the position
description or apply for this exciting role visit:
click on "View all jobs".
All applicants must include a cover letter and CV.
Applications close 10th September 2012
Ph: 03 377 8778 | Fax: 03 379 1531
- Accounts payable
receivable, GST, PAYE
- Financial reportng to
- Typing, copying, fling
and general oﬃce
As a not for proft
organisaton, we redirect
surplus income back
into the community, and
understand that strong
If you would like a free
consultaton to discuss
how we could help you,
please dont hesitate
to ring us to arrange an
Ph 03 314 8268
If you ever think you are
too small to be effective
you have never been to
bed with a mosquito!
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