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service. No texts. Phone
021 0278 0344.
DG and WTR
PH 022 624 3425
Mitsubishi and The
Muffler Shop. Genuine
parts, servicing, WOF,
Phone 768 5905.
Mechanical. We service
and repair all trucks,
trailers, buses, utes and
cars. Phone 768 6358.
DUTCHIE'S Auto Shop.
Paint and panel, car
grooming, repairs. Main
South Road, Gladstone.
Phone 762 6282.
SMITHS Speed &
Spares. Open until 11pm
Phone 768 5711.
Find us on facebook
91 Revell Street, Hokitika
03 755 7758
Mon-Fri 9-5pm • Sat 10-1pm
Huge Reductions on
While stocks last
Feature ladies watch,
engraved on the back;
also baby strollers,
which have been heree
for some weeks. Please
phone Sue at the Grey-
mouth Police Station
young black female
short haired cat, North
Beach, Cobden. Phone
SPCA 768 5223.
150 Years Reunion
Calling ex-pupils who
can help in forming a
Come to school
staffroom, Fox Street
July 22, 2015
This advert sponsored
by The Good Guys at
Services - on the
Lost and Found
CARS, vans, trucks.
Any condition, de-rego
or blown ok. Phone (03)
Wanted To Buy
Only $69 per month
Gardens 10kg moon-
lighters, rockets, karakas
all $12. Agrias $14,
pumpkins $4, onions
1.5kg $3. High Street,
Greymouth, Friday July
TE WHARE KAI
Hangi Foods ‘n’ Tripe and
Onions To Go
You Take - You Heat - You Eat
Hokitika - Saturday
Greymouth - Sunday
Special Function Catering
Phone 022 131 5458
CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
$4.50 PER WEEK
garments in an instant.
Available exclusively at
Phone 768 0014.
TOTAL Revamp. Paint-
ers, decorators. Interior,
commercial. 22 years
experience. Phone 762
7663 or 027 271 3073.
BIRTHDAY parties at
On Yer Bike! From $90
for five kids on the Argo
and Hagglund. Phone
Only $69 per month
CHRIS J Coll Surveying
Ltd for all your survey-
ing and land related
inquiries. Phone 0800
HERE COMES THE
HERE COMMMMMMEEEES THE
RETAIL / CAFE
To advertise in this weekly feature contact Lisa Gray on
03 769 7900 ext 922 or email@example.com
Like us on
PH 738 0158
All evening main meals $22.50
All evening main meals $22.50
Mon to Fri between 5pm and 7pm
Mon to Fri between 5pm and 7pm
DINING / ENTERTAINMENT
37 Macdougall Ave, Dunollie
Phone 03 762 7878
Live band: THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND. Coming soon!
Bar Snacks 6pm–8pm, Thursday & Friday / Jugs $9.50
Asian Buffet – $20per person (10 people or more)
Functions Welcome / Courtesy Van
pH 768 7023
Mid Winter Christmas Menu
mouth watering three course menu
$38 per person
68 High Street, Greymouth Phone 768 5154
Pink Possum Quilting
next Wednesday July 22
Book your seat
Phone Nigel 768 5154
THE LOVE MAFIA
“Love Nepal” New Zealand Tour
LIVE August 1
Rock, soul, blues, reggae and much more
Standard tickets $10
Tables of 6-12 available $15 per person
COME in and try our
new winter menu at
Buccleugh's on High.
Phone 768 5154 for
FOR all your health
supplements and free
healthy advice visit
Health 2000, Mackay
gifts, homeware and
Vintage paint. Gibson &
Co Interiors, Werita
washing from $125.
High quality, cost effec-
tive and environmentally
friendly. Contact 021
Due to family commitments
we regretfully advise that
THE GAP CAFE will NOT
be open on Saturdays until
August 29, 2015.
Sorry for any inconvenience
FOR ONLY $4.50 PER WEEK
Delivered to your letterbox
Local news, sports, employment
Competitions and prize giveaways
Local shopping bargains
SAVE $75 PER YEAR
Ph: 03 768 7121
03 769 7900
LIFE, income, business
and general insurance.
Plus Kiwisaver. AMP
West Coast. Phone 768
7070 or (03) 755 4107.
planners. 16 Tarapuhi
Phone 768 6299.
PHONE: 768 0028 CELL: 027 492 7000
We accept total mobility vouchers and
discount on Super Gold cards.
Greymouth - Christchurch - Greymouth
DEPARTS Greymouth 8am Christchurch 2.30pm
Reporting times 15 minutes prior
West Coast Shuttle
THE Dunollie Hotel.
Come out and see us.
Dunollie. Phone 762
PROPERTY and family
lawyers. Carruthers &
Wetherall Lawyers. 21
Lord Street, Greymouth.
Phone 768 7454.
FAMILY law, wills
& Kitchingham. 13
Guinness Street, Grey-
mouth. Phone 768 9581.
RELAX, enjoy the view
and dine in our fully
Phone 738 0158.
GRAY Plastering. LBP
bricklayer, gib stopper,
tiler, solid plasterer.
ship. Available now.
Phone 027 491 3152.
jewellery 25-65% off.
Limited time. Grey-
licensed builder and dig-
ger contractor. Building
leaks, drains, site works
WESTSIDE Surf &
Street. Keep warm on
the slopes. Snow jack-
gloves and more.
IN THE ANZAC CENTENARY YEAR AN AMERICAN LEGEND RETURNS!
24 MUSICIANS, SINGERS AND DANCERS ON STAGE
A 2 HOUR MUSIC SPECTACLE
FRIDAY 30 OCT 7.30PM GREYMOUTH
BOOK NOW! at Theatre 03 768 0920
Greymouth Workingmens Club
New members and reciprocal members welcome.
Raffles Friday and Saturday
MEMBERS DRAW: $450
MEMBERS DRAW: $450
Names in by 12.30pm
Games start 1pm
ph 768 4000
WEST Coast Spit Roast.
Full catering. Weddings,
corporate. Phone 027
DEBT recovery. Contact
Hannan & Seddon.
Phone 768 4169.
The L eftovers scored
a big win against Grey
Valley in Westland Darts
Association matches this
The Leftovers 14,
Grey Valley 1. — Rob
Mesman beat Abigail
Issacson; Russell Barrett
beat Melanie Wilson;
Sheryl Barrett beat
Karen Barrington; Tom
Neller beat Wayne Syme;
Adam Mills-Jensen lost
to Ritchie Gibson; Mike
Johnson beat Ann Taylor.
High scores: R Barrett
(2), Adam Mills-Jensen,
Wayne Syme 140. High
finishes: Adam Mills-
Grey White 9, Bella
Vista 6. — Jeremy Barrett
beat Trevor Ellen; Tony
Ridge beat Keith Amyes;
Dave Shields lost to
George Holly lost to
Keith McAdam; Gavin
Fisher beat Brenda
Case; John Spencer beat
High scores: Bryan
Williamson, Trevor Ellen
(2), Jeremy Barrett (2),
Gavin Fisher (2), John
Spencer (2) 140.
The draw for next
week is. — Grey Valley
a bye; Bella Vista v The
Leftovers; Grey WMC
v Hokitika. Duty team:
Chris Froome enjoyed a safe day in
the saddle today, retaining the overall
leader’s yellow jersey after his rivals
failed to attack him on the 11th stage, a
188km Pyrenean trek won by Pole Rafal
Majka, who last year won the polka dot
jersey for the mountains classification,
powered away from the group of
breakaway riders in the climb up the col
du Tourmalet and never looked back.
The Tinkoff-Saxo rider beat Ireland’s
Dan Martin (Cannondale-Garmin)
by one minute and German Emanuel
Buchmann (Bora Argon) by 1:23.
Team Sky rider Froome finished ninth,
5:21 off the pace, having spent a quiet
day in the group of leading riders, with
none of his opponents trying to unsettle
He only lost two seconds to Spain’s
Alejandro Valverde, who sprinted in the
finale to take eighth place.
A day after Froome and his Sky team-
mates hammered their rivals, there was a
truce in the peloton.
“It was a hard day out there, a lot of
guys, I, were feeling effects of yesterday ’s
stage, but also we were keeping in mind
we’ve got a very tough selective stage
tomorrow,” Froome said. “ The heat was
a big factor.”
Temperatures reached 35degC in the
Pyrenees today, making for a particularly
tough day after yesterday ’s first mountain
The stage win was contested by
the eight men who formed the day ’s
breakaway, after a fast start from Pau, as
Team Sky allowed the group to build a
Majka was the strongest and he attacked
on the steep roads to the tourmalet — a
17.1km ascent at an average gradient of
7.3% — to claim victory a day after his
team leader Alberto Contador suffered a
heavy defeat at La Pierre St Martin.
Froome still leads American Tejay van
Garderen (BMC Racing) by 2:52 with
Colombian Nairo Quintana (Movistar)
in third place, 3:09 off the pace.
Contador is sixth 4:04 behind Froome
and defending champion Vincenzo
Nibali, who cracked in the final ascent
of the day, a mild 6.4km climb, dropped
out of the top 10.
Tomorrow ’s 12th stage is another
gruelling ride in the mountains, ending
with the punishing ascent to the Plateau
“ We’re expecting a big battle
tomorrow,” Froome, who hinted he
would ride defensively, said.
“For now I certainly don’t need to be
going and attacking. It just makes sense
to follow the guys.”
Froome, however, had said he would
ride conser vatively ahead of Tuesday ’s
stage to La Pierre St Martin, before
destroying his rivals to extend his overall
lead. — Reuters
A prominent New Zealand legal expert
believes the three players caught up in
the Indian Premier League cricket bans
have solid grounds to take their talents to
another franchise without impediment.
McCullum and seam bowler Matt Henry
are contracted to the Chennai Super
Kings, and senior bowler Tim Southee to
the Rajasthan Royals, both of whom have
been hit with two-year suspensions over
corrupt activity by senior officials at the
There is no suggestion players have been
involved in the betting scandal which has
rocked the game’s biggest T20 domestic
There is also been no word about the
fate of the players contracted to the Super
Kings and Royals.
However Auckland University ’s Bill
Hodge feels the trio, along with players
from other countries at those franchises,
could be within their rights to push for a
move elsewhere in the IPL.
“I would think the clubs have an
obligation to make sure players don’t lose
out,” Hodge said.
“If players were able to take up a new
contract with another team, that I think
is appropriate mitigation for the loss. I
think there’s a legal argument there.
“If a player is caught taking bribes,
stuffed, having breached
contractual terms. “A fair court would say
there is an implied term on the employer
that it would not act in a corrupt manner
to as to injure the financial prospects
or earnings of the individual, innocent
employee,” Hodge said.
If the players were told by either of
the disgraced franchises that they would
have to wait out the next two years, even
if being paid for sitting on their hands,
Hodge believes they are shaky ground for
“I think there’s a narrow line of cases
that say for a person who is active and
necessarily must remain active in their
profession, just paying them money isn’t
the same as letting them practice their
Putting them on garden leave would
not be sufficient. McCullum, for example,
has contracts in other T20 leagues, but
Hodge’s argument is that, given the form
he’s been in this year, it could be depriving
him of income when in his prime.
“I’m thinking there is a strong argument
the franchise would be causing further
damage by refusing to let them play their
professions without taint or stench and
where they can be rewarded honourably
for their talents because they have been
What McCullum, Henry and Southee,
and Super Kings coach and former New
Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming think
isn’t known. They have gone to ground,
and New Zealand Cricket are not
The next steps include whether the two
franchises accept the three-man panel’s
rulings or choose to appeal.
Given the panel comprises a former
Supreme Court chief justice, and two
court judges, it is thought unlikely any
court would interfere with its decisions.
India’s governing body, the BCCI, has
set up a meeting in Mumbai on Sunday.
Fresh franchise bids is seen as an option
to restore the league to eight teams for
next season. However only offering two-
year terms is expected to weaken interest.
— New Zealand Herald
TOUR DE FRANCE
New Zealand trio unlikely
to be affected by IPL bans
Leftovers on target
Jesse Ryder is to return to his home
province for New Zealand’s 2015-16
summer of domestic cricket.
The all-rounder played for Otago in
the 2014-15 season and is presently
enjoying a successful season with Essex
in the English County Championship.
Ryder’s name will appear among the 14
players to be offered a domestic contract
by Central Districts early next week.
Ryder said he was looking for ward to
returning to his home base at the end of
the English season.
“CD gave me my first opportunity
in cricket so I’m looking for ward to
returning and playing for the Stags
again this summer. ”
The dynamic all-rounder has played
more than 100 domestic matches in
each of the three formats — although
it is expected his involvement on this
occasion will be restricted to short-form
cricket: the Georgie Pie Super Smash
and the Stags’ defence of the Ford
Central Stags general manager Lance
Hamilton is delighted with Ryder’s
desire to return to where it all began as
an 18-year-old in 2002-03, especially
after the retirement last season of veteran
— NZ Herald
Ryder signs with Central Districts
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