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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, MARCH 27, 2013
Grey Power North Canterbury (Inc).
Meeting Tuesday April 2, 1.30pm R.S.A lounge, Victoria
Street, Rangiora. Sales table, raffle, afternoon tea. Members
and new members welcome. Speakers Mr David Mercer,
Kiwibank, and Kathryn Snook, Medication Management
Service. Ph 310 6563 enquiries.
Volunteer Mini Bus Drivers
are needed by Presbyterian Support on Tuesdays and
Wednesdays to take older people to HomeShare, a day
programme. You get support and training and great
enjoyment. You need humour and patience, but no special
licence. Please phone Kaye, 313 8588.
Happy 21st Chris
Love you long time!
Mumsy, Coles, Beans
>> 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.
Saturday 4 May 2013
Club Grounds Maronan Rd Tinwald, Ashburton.
Gates open 7.30am. No Dogs Allowed. Catering
by Ashburton Lions Club.
Site Bookings to Kathryn Shaw,
30 James St, Ashburton 7700.
E:firstname.lastname@example.org P:03 307 8896
Grant Maynard Contracting wishes to advise that
a ground-based possum control operation will be
taking place to keep possum numbers under
control to prevent the spread of Bovine Tubercu-
losis. The PAHAU operation will be conducted as
a part of the TBfree New Zealand programme.
Areas covered. The PAHAU POSSUM project runs
along Tekoa Road, Harris Road, Blacks Road and
the Hurunui River to the south, across farmland to
the west and east along Leonards Road, to and
around Culverden Township to School Road and
Pahau Downs Road to the North. In all a total of
17565 ha will be treated.
Operation date : 1.4.2013 to 30.6.2013
Possum habitats will be targeted using Feratox
encapsulated baits in a peanut paste either inside
biodegradable blue bait bags, striker baits or bait
stations and will be attached to trees, and fence
posts. The baits are dyed green.
Trapping will be the main method used on the
more open farmland.
This will happen on private land and only after
Signs will be placed at all points of entry into the
The public is warned not to enter these areas and
not to remove carcasses or baits. Baits are
dangerous to people and dogs.
• Do not touch poison baits/bait stations/traps
• Do not touch poisoned possum carcasses
• Keep pets under supervision; do not let dogs
eat poisoned carcasses
• Do not leave children unattended
• Follow the advice on the poison warning
If you suspect poisoning
• Contact your local hospital, or dial 111
• National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON --
• In the case of a domestic animal being
poisoned, contact a local veterinarian
For further information contact the operator -
Grant Maynard 027 570-0055
Controlled Substance License No: CSL001080
8.30am - 6.30pm
Sat, Sun and
8.30am - 5.30pm
Ph: 313 8280
PLACE YOUR AD NOW
Ph: 03 377 8778
TOYOTA car key and others.
Lost 22/3/13 Charles St,
Kaiapoi. Blue strap and
photo attached. Reward.
Plse phone 03 313 0182.
Tours & Travel
Free call 0800 601 508
Join us for...
Sunday, 31 March
10am - 11am
(Followed by hot-cross buns!)
Party at the Park for the kids!
Party at the park for the kids!
45 Charles St, Kaiapoi
Will be speaking at
Good Friday March 29
Pipe Band Hall, New World
Ph 313 4500
Due to Family
Barbers will be CLOSED on
Easter Saturday. Sorry for
03 377 8778
Phone: 03 377 8778 | Fax: 03 379 1531
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