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Leading roof painters
021 116 5353
able. Painting, tiling,
basic building. Quality
work, reasonable rates.
Phone Graham 021 148
NEED a painter?
aspects of painting. 22
years in the trade. Phone
Anthony 027 271 3073.
At Monteith’s Brewing Company, we love beer.
With nearly 150 years brewing experience,
Monteith’s Brewing Company is recognised as
a leader in the New Zealand craft beer market
and we are continuing to grow our presence!
Are you keen to be part of it?
Monteith’s Brewery based in Greymouth is
currently seeking two talented, energetic Tour
Guides to join our great Monteith’s experience
We need someone who will bring our stories
to life and make them memorable; can pitch
in and get things done; who can welcome and
wow our guests; tell a good yarn, and can make
a great coffee.
If this sounds like you and you’re ready to
add your motivation, your ‘can do’ attitude
and your passion for delivering customer
service excellence to our fabulous Monteith’s
Experience, then we’d love to hear from you.
Get you CV in to firstname.lastname@example.org or by
post to Anne Thomas, Monteith’s Experience
Manager, 60 Herbert Street, Greymouth 7805.
Are you an excellent coordinator looking
to step up and take charge?
Do you have fantastic customer service
skills and are looking for a challenge?
This is the role for you!
Here at West Coast Vets, we are looking for our
next Customer Service superstar to take
ownership in this exciting role based in Hokitika!
From looking after and managing all customer
interactions and overseeing inventory and stock
supplies, to coordinating marketing, displays
and special promotions - this role is sure to keep
you on your toes!
A large portion of your role will involve you putting
on the ‘Mission Control Hat' and taking
responsibility for allocating our Vets to various calls
and jobs throughout the day. You will run a tight
ship - from organising diaries, taking care of
call-backs and coordinating Vets between jobs to
manage urgent calls, and booking appointments -
this role requires a multi-tasking genius with
exceptional communication skills.
Naturally, you will have
previous experience with
Coordination as well as
excellent attention to detail!
If you are ready to take the next step in your
career apply now!
Send your CV to: Gemmao@vetsouth.co .nz
Barrytown School is looking for a new teaching
principal to continue its rural excellence.
We are a U1 decile 4 school with a roll of 17
fabulous children. They deserve, and want, a
teaching prinicpal who values them and their
learning; is passionate, organised and has strong
Our new principal will recognise the uniqueness
of a small rural school and further develop its
potential, making the most of our unique
environment. First time principals are welcome
to apply. Position commences at the start of
Term Two 2015.
Applications close 5pm, Friday January 30, 2015
and can be received via e-mail or hard copy.
For an application pack and
any further information you require
Are you looking for part-time work that will fit
around your life? Do you love meeting
customers face to face and are you a problem
If yes, then we have a great position as a
DrinkSafe Consultant on the West Coast two
days a week. The role covers the servicing and
sanitising of our water-coolers in line with our
DrinkSafe International procedures. No experi-
ence required, full training will be provided.
You will need to have your own reliable
transport, be able to work unsupervised to a high
standard and manage your own geographical
area. A mobile phone will be provided for work
Just Water is a successful company where the
emphasis is on service and quality. Good written
and oral English skills required as is the ability
to text and e-mail. If this sounds like you, please
e-mail your CV to:
CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
$4.50 PER WEEK
Annie, good massage,
Phone 768 9468 or 021
CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
$4.50 PER WEEK
Community Education Classes
0800 938 3224
PLAN FOR 2015
Computers for everyday life
(free for everyone)
LIFE CRAFT (free for everyone)
February 9, 2015
Learners Licence Workshop
Beginners Yoga Course
Make Your Own Soap
Hokitika March 1
Understanding the Treaty
Hokitika March 21
Weekend March 22/23
Aotea Electric Westland Ltd
The Aotea Group is one of the largest and most respected
electrical contractors and servicing companies in New
Aotea Electric Westland Ltd looks after the West Coast
of the South Island with people based in Westport,
Greymouth, Hokitika, Whataroa and Franz Josef.
Due to ongoing growth of our clientele we have found
ourselves in need of an additional electrician.
We require a New Zealand registered Electrician who,
along with having a practising licence, also has a clean
This position is based in Greymouth as part of our
You will need to be an experienced electrician who is self
motivated, has excellent people skills, strong work ethic,
an ability to fault find, liaise with customers, organise
materials and complete paperwork to a high standard.
You will be supplied with a company uniform, cellphone,
vehicle and above average remuneration.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an electrician looking
for an exciting new challenge.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or
a valid NZ work visa.
APPLY NOW with CV attached. Feel free to email with any
Or phone Brendon Rae – General Manager
0800 768 4949 or 027 5454 242
Applications close December 31, 2014
AUDI TT S Line 2003,
3.2 v Quattro, 6 speed
auto, paddle shift. New
WOF, rego, front tyres,
Reluctant sale. $18,995
ono. Phone 022 382
WANTED to buy. Cars,
trucks, 4WDs, vans.
De-reg, blown up, any-
thing considered. Phone
(03) 755 5416.
An exciting opportunity to gain industry
experience or further your design career has
become available at James Print, West Coast
Leaders in Graphic Design and commercial
With on-site Digital, Offset and Newspaper
printing, this is a rare opportunity to gain a
wide range of industry experience under
This varied role includes:
Applicants will preferably have industry
experience in a graphic design position, or
The successful applicant will have:
Please e-mail your application, including
CV and Portfolio, to: email@example.com .nz
BMW K1200 RS 2005,
ABS, shaft drive, heated
grips, adjustable screen,
BMW luggage. $9995.
Phone (03) 302 6703.
We are currently seeking friendly and outgoing
individuals to join our busy hotel. Weekend
work is involved. Experience is preferred but not
essential as full training will be provided. If you
have a strong work ethic, good sense of humour,
and a desire to be part of a team, then we want
Jennifer Read (Executive Housekeeper)
32 Mawhera Quay
Phone 768 5085
HONDA Foreman 450,
2000. Good rubber,
higher kms but very
reliable. $2800. Phone
762 5630 or 027 476
Harcourts West Coast
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd
Property Brokers Greymouth - EV Arthur Ltd
Ray White Greymouth - West Coast Real Estate Ltd 768 0500
027 479 5669
021 116 5353
(03) 755 6407
(03) 755 8809
West Coat — Painters and Decorators
021 0293 5498
NIGHT PORTER/DUTY MANAGER/
The Kingsgate Hotel, Greymouth is looking for
a person to join its Front Office team as a Night
Porter with Reception duties and also as a sole
charge duty manager. This is a part-time position
working five nights each week from midnight to
7am. In addition, this position is also responsible
for hotel porterage, security, cleaning and basic
food preparation from our 24 hour room service
The successful candidate will have:
• Excellent customer service skills with ability
to communicate pleasantly and professionally
with guests and staff at all times.
• Strong organisational and time management
• Physically capable of lifting heavy loads.
• An eye for detail.
• Flexibility to work shifts including weekends
and to help out in other departments when
Experience using a property management
system, (preferably OPERA) in a similar role
would be an advantage.
In return we can give you the opportunity to join
a company where you will be given plenty of
training and development and excellent career
opportunities. Other benefits include hotel
discounts nationwide, meals on duty and
If this opportunity interests you, please e-mail or
send your CV and covering letter to:
32 Mawhera Quay
Greymouth Car Centre
PB Davy Auto Electrical and Mechanical
Smith Speed and Spares
Tasman Tyre Treads Ltd
To be listed in this daily directory
just contact Brooke on 03 769 7925
$2 plus GST per day
• Australasian Sales Person
• Greymouth Based
• Successful company with growth opportunities
Westfleet Seafoods Ltd is a successful seafood
company based in Greymouth.
We have the best fishery in the world at our
backdoor here on the West Coast.
Having just commissioned a new state of the art
processing plant in Greymouth, we have efficient
processing capabilities to provide exciting sales
opportunities within New Zealand and internation-
We are seeking a dynamic sales person to join our
team to continue to grow our business.
The successful candidate must be efficient, a self
starter, and work independently.
You will be well presented, confident and able to
sell the Westfleet story.
You will be proficient in Microsoft Office
(Outlook, Excel, Word). Ideally you will have some
knowledge of the seafood industry but this is not
You will be hands-on to understand customers
requirements and our margins.
The position will require travel throughout New
Zealand and ultimately Australia to promote our
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who
wants to be part of the growth of Westfleet.
If this sounds like you please send applications to
firstname.lastname@example.org by January 16, 2015.
defect to Britain
equestrian star Andrew
Nicholson is considering
a switch in allegiance to
Britain following a falling-
out with Equestrian Sport
It was revealed in
November Nicholson had
asked to be withdrawn
from this year’s high
performance squad after
a disagreement over the
handling of his horse Nereo
following the difficult
cross-country phase at the
World Equestrian Games in France last
year escalated into a stand-off with the
Nicholson’s withdrawal from the
national programme leaves him without
campaign funding and places a major
question mark over his chances of
chasing a fourth Olympic medal in Rio
His self-imposed exile from the New
Zealand team led to several pleas from
equestrian obser vers for Nicholson to
consider competing for other countries.
In an inter view with equestrian website
eventingconnect.today, the three-time
defending Burghley champion hinted it
was something he may investigate.
“I am touched by all these people
wanting me to ride for
their nations,” Nicholson
said, before adding, “Do
you think the British would
When pressed for a more
serious answer, Nicholson
responded: “On a serious
note, last year marked
30 years since my first
appearance on a team for
New Zealand at the Los
Angeles Olympics in 1984.
It has been an honour and
a privilege to represent my
country on every occasion
but if the situation
warrants it, then (switching allegiances)
is something I suppose I would have to
consider. I am not quite sure I could get
a license to ride for other nations but I
can quite easily get a British passport. I
Despite the highly publicised spat
leaving his future with the New Zealand
team in limbo, Nicholson said he did not
regret his actions in France.
“As far as my federation and my
problems with them, I do not think that
I could have done anything differently
with that. I got myself in a bit of trouble,
but I was concerned about my horse
Nereo and his welfare is my priority and
I would never compromise on that,” he
said. — NZ ME-New Zealand Herald
New Zealand Breakers entrenched
their position at the top of the Australian
National Basketball League with an
extra-time 98-91 win over Wollongong
Hawks in Auckland.
Breakers coach Dean Vickerman said
his side would have to make adjustments
ahead of tomorrow ’s return game in
“ We can get out spacing better and how
we move the basketball. The straight line
drives to the pole, there was too many
The Breakers are expected to have
Reuben Te Rangi back in the line-up
and will be seeking a more composed
performance on the road.
The league-leading Breakers were slow
to fire on Thursday night, struggling with
their long-range accuracy and initially
having little luck close in.
Wollongong, with three wins from 15
starts, sit ninth and last on the ladder,
but had shown impressive form in recent
weeks to push fourth-placed Melbourne
United, No 3 Cairns Taipans and
second-ranked Perth Wildcats.
The Hawks led 17-12 at the first break,
edging out to a 39-33 lead at half-time
before the Breakers finally began to find
some cohesion on their drive to the basket.
A Tom Abercrombie three-pointer
kick-started their comeback third
quarter, and they went on a 12-2 scoring
streak to open out a four-point lead
three minutes into the spell.
But the Hawks battled back, matching
the Breakers’ up-tempo game, and
regained the lead at 48-45 on a Garry
The two teams matched each other
right through to the three-quarter break,
a Corey Webster jump shot tying the
scores 60-60 at the start of the last spell.
continued to drop, Tim Coenraad and
Jahii Carson also chipping in from the
deep as the Hawks edged out to a four-
point lead with five minutes remaining.
The two teams swapped fouls and free
throws in the final seconds, the Hawks
trailing 79-82 before a Rhys Martin
three-pointer on the buzzer sent the
game into extra time.
The two teams matched each other
early on, but Abercrombie sunk another
trey to set the Breakers on a 10-0 streak
to wrap up the game.
Cedric Jackson topped the scoring for
the home team, sinking 18 and picking
up seven rebounds, six steals and nine
assists in a match-winning performance.
For the Hawks, Ervin and Martin
each finished on 21, with back-up from
Carson on 17. — NZN
after late win
Rotation in for NZ
in one-day series
Rotation is in for New
Zealand in their seven-
game one-day series
against Sri Lanka starting
First to step aside,
temporarily, are senior
batsman Ross Taylor and
seamer Tim Southee as
New Zealand looks to do
two things — not overdo
players in the lead-up to
the World Cup, starting
on February 14 against
the same opponents, and
give all players plenty of
game time to hone their
With veteran seamer
Kyle Mills still getting
himself back up to full
fitness, it guarantees that
Adam Milne, Trent Boult
and Mitch McClenaghan
will start the series, and
therefore get first dibs on
pressing their credentials
for the cup opener.
Cup squad reject
Matt Henry has joined
the squad as cover this
“ It’s just not feasible to
play one XI through all
these matches,” batting
coach Craig McMillan
“ It’s important we give
all squad members an
opportunity to perform
and certainly there will
be players who will be
performing a role in these
matches that they ’ll be
expected to do at World
McMillan said although
Southee was resting a
slight hamstring issue,
“you’ ll find most have
— NZ ME-New Zealand
JUMBO CROSSWORD SOLUTION 1086
ACROSS: 1 Spare, 4 Pinball machine, 11 Coped, 14 Aside, 15
Loudspeaker, 16 Wigmaker, 19 Hearing, 20 Coven, 21 Willpower, 24
Notre Dame, 26 Please, 27 Escape, 31 Canal, 32 Blushing, 34
Devastated, 38 Upright, 39 Hernia, 40 Acidic, 41 Soap, 42 Remnant, 45
Installing, 50 Opposed, 54 Nude, 55 Prince, 56 Enters, 57 Ordered, 60
Sacrosanct, 61 Tasteful, 62 Trail, 65 Canned, 66 Uneasy, 67 Threatens,
72 Hourglass, 73 Bonus, 74 Leather, 79 Boastful, 80 Streamlined, 81
Lungs, 82 Roomy, 83 Approximations, 84 Thief.
DOWN: 2 Passed, 3 Radar, 5 Iron, 6 Bedroom, 7 Lopped, 8 Moat, 9
Credited, 10 Editor, 11 Compensate, 12 Poke, 13 Durable, 17 Snarl, 18
Glistening, 22 Adult, 23 Cautious, 25 Ovation, 26 Pigtail, 28 Sample, 29
Signet, 30 Calico, 33 Stein, 35 Duped, 36 Thin, 37 Sari, 42 Rings, 43
Medicine, 44 Turban, 45 Innocently, 46 Seep, 47 Adeptly, 48 Latest, 49
Nurse, 51 Part, 52 Overrun, 53 Eyelid, 58 Noteworthy, 59 Quiet, 63
Falsetto, 64 Steer, 65 Crowbar, 68 Houdini, 69 Trauma, 70 Noumea, 71
Reggae, 75 Truth, 76 Taco, 77 Yeti, 78 Sewn.
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