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GRENADIER REAL ESTATE LTD
GREYMOUTH ENTERPRISES LTD
Kevin O’Donnell (03) 768 9839 or 027 273 2000
91 Ward Street, Cobden, Greymouth
Mortgagee Tender – House plus Separate Unit
Don’t Miss This – We are offering by way of Mortgagee Tender at the above mentioned address one weatherboard home
located on the front of this 771m2 section with single car garaging plus an additional “rear” one bedroom unit previously
rented at $160per week. This property is a potential winner for investors or first home buyers looking for additional income
to support mortgage repayments. It has possibly never been easier to enter the property market with this purchase. For all
tender documents or to arrange your viewing contact the listing agent at your earliest convenience.
Tenders close, Harcourts Office, 65 Mackay Street, Greymouth, 3pm Wednesday 30th September 2015.
79 Rutherglen Road, Paroa, Greymouth
Just so pleased to let everyone know that we now
have CARD PAYMENT OPTIONS, we have put together
the following deals :
SPECIAL FOR THE WHOLE OF SEPTEMBER
• 25KG Weston Pig Choice – $25
BIRD ENTHUSIAST SPECIAL
Until we run out (or go broke on this one) the following duo:
• Smite Powder 350gr • Smite Pro 1litre for a mere $48 (Just because)
And don’t tell Colin when I’m throwing in a bag of bedding with every bag
of pellets for your bunnies or guinea pigs this week. He’s tight. Should be
Dutch that fella... Cheers.
Colin 03 731 1463 or 027 731 1463 Dirk 03 762 6635 or 027 222 6496
Email: email@example.com Webpage: paroastockfeed.com
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Opening Times: FRI, SAT, SUN: 10-5
• Eftpos available now
Sale and Supply of
Alcohol Act 2012
Williams has made
application to the Grey
Committee at Grey-
mouth for the renewal of
an On Licence in respect
of the premises situated
at 74 Tasman Street,
Greymouth and known
as The Ashley Hotel.
The general nature of
the business conducted
under the licence is
The days on which and
the hours during which
alcohol is sold under the
Monday to Sunday: 7am
The application may
be inspected during
ordinary office hours at
the office of the Grey
Committee at 105
Tainui Street, Grey-
Any person who is
entitled to object and
who wishes to object
to the issue of the
application may, not
later than 15 working
days after the date of the
publication of notice,
file a notice in writing of
the objection with the
Secretary of the District
Licensing Committee at
PO Box 382, or 105
Tainui Street, Grey-
No objection to the
renewal of a licence may
be made in relation to a
matter other than a
matter specified in
section 131 of the Sale
and Supply of Alcohol
This is the first pub-
lication of this notice.
- Heart of the West Coast -
ROAD CLOSURE -
SEPTEMBER 6, 2015
FROM 7AM TO 5PM
The Grey District
Council wishes to advise
motorists and residents
that there will be a road
closure on Thompson
Street from Alexander
Street to Tainui Street
on Sunday September 6,
2015 between the hours
of 7am and 5pm. This is
to allow for the fire
brigade to do a control-
led burn of a house.
Council would like to
apologise for any incon-
venience caused by this
GROUPS, clubs, fami-
lies, stag and hen do's.
The adventure awaits at
On Yer Bike! Phone 762
gifts, homeware and
Vintage paint. Gibson &
Co Interiors, Werita
TOTAL Revamp. Paint-
ers, decorators. Interior,
commercial. 22 years
experience. Phone 762
7663 or 027 271 3073.
FAMILY law, wills
& Kitchingham. 13
Guinness Street, Grey-
mouth. Phone 768 9581.
SPEIGHTS Ale House.
Father's Day. Dine for
lunch or dinner, Dad
receives a free drink.
Did you know our
restaurant is open for
breakfast from 6am
8 LITRES WALL
Opening Sundays for all
your beauty services.
Weekly deals on Sun-
days. Phone 768 5777.
WEST Coast Spit Roast.
Full catering. Weddings,
corporate. Phone 027
SUIT Hire. Suits for all
occasions. New styles
Harrison Mens and
JOCKEY menswear -
singlets. All available at
Greymouth. Phone 768
CHRIS J Coll Surveying
Ltd for all your survey-
ing and land related
inquiries. Phone 0800
$4.50 PER WEEK WESTSIDE Surf &
Street. New season
clothing arriving now.
layby available. Follow
us on Facebook.
PROPERTY and family
lawyers. Carruthers &
Wetherall Lawyers. 21
Lord Street, Greymouth.
Phone 768 7454.
FOR all your health
supplements and free
healthy advice visit
Health 2000, Mackay
Only $69 per month
ALL watches in store
10-50% off. Limited
time at Greymouth
Mechanical. We service
and repair all trucks,
trailers, buses, utes and
cars. Phone 768 6358.
WILLS and Powers
of Attorney. Contact
Hannan & Seddon.
Phone 768 4169.
AMP Greymouth have
moved to new premises
at 24 Guinness Street.
See us or phone 768
Team Architects. Your
local architect. Commer-
cial, retail, residential -
new or alterations. 64
High Street, 768 4141.
ENJOY dinner at Ollys.
Open 7 days. Phone 768
7023 to make a booking.
DUTCHIE'S Auto Shop.
Paint and panel, car
grooming, repairs. Main
South Road, Gladstone.
Phone 762 6282.
High Street, 10kg
special, Friday Septem-
ber 4, 11am-4pm.
Phone 021 0278 0344.
SMITHS Speed &
Spares. Open until 11pm
Phone 768 5711.
DG and WTR
PH 022 624 3425
SPA pool, three seater.
$3000. Phone 768 6338.
LOST. White extension
ladder, Friday August
28, between Moana and
Stillwater. Please phone
Lost and Found
HERE COMES THE
HERE COMMMMMMEEEES THE
RETAIL / CAFE
• Hand-dyed wool
• Embroidery threads
• Funky fabrics & Kits
• Quilting supplies
• Café onsite
9am to 5pm
Pink Possum Quilting
At On Yer Bike, State Highway 6,
Greymouth, 762 7438
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 - $20 per person (10 people or more)
Functions Welcome / Courtesy Van
DINING / ENTERTAINMENT
To advertise in this weekly
03 769 7900 ext 922
130 Mawhera Quay PH: 768 0667
Proud sponsors of the
WEST COAST NETBALL
wish all the teams good luck in the
finals this Saturday.
Join us afterwards for great food and beer
Congratulations to Paul McEwen
winner of the Speights Ale House leaner and bar stools
Functions Welcome • Cour tesy van available
Tickets on sale now
Hey! Bring your dad to
Buccleugh’s On High
this Sunday for
lunch or dinner
and we’ll give him a
TO BOOK PHONE 768 5154
licensed builder and dig-
ger contractor. Building
site works and sections.
Phone 027 483 9569.
Only $69 per month
planners. 16 Tarapuhi
Phone 768 6299.
9 Tainui Street
Phone 768 5858
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
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 REGENT THEATRE
BOOK NOW! at Theatre 03 768 0920
Greymouth Workingmens Club
New members and reciprocal members welcome.
MEMBERS DRAW: $200
MEMBERS DRAW: $200
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
45S START AT 1.30PM
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
wednesday and friday
ph 768 4000
- Heart of the West Coast -
RUNANGA WATER SUPPLY
LIMITED SUPPLY - SEPTEMBER 7, 2015
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Runanga
Water Supply works have been postponed.
The planned works will now be undertaken on
Monday September 7 between 8am and 5pm, where
this supply will be run solely from the water
treatment plant. This will result in limited flow and
The reason for the reduction in service is to
undertake the installation of new pipework and
reservoir burst valve adjacent to the Runanga
reservoirs off Herd Street.
All consumers connected to the supply in Coal
Creek, Runanga, Dunollie and Rapahoe may be
affected during this work. Consumers who are
located in elevated areas should expect no supply
during this time.
Residents in Herd Street east and Argyle Street
should expect no water supply between 8am and
Residents and businesses are asked to conserve
water during this period.
If adverse weather or other conditions do not permit
work to be carried out during this time, it will be
delayed until the following day at the same time.
Residents should feel free to contact Council on
769 8611 with any queries regarding this work. Our
contractor will endeavour to maintain a limited
service throughout the planned works and restore
normal water supply as soon as possible.
The Grey District Council wishes to apologise for
any inconvenience and thanks residents and
business for their co-operation over this time.
of the New Zealand Herald
Taranaki skipper Charlie Ngatai
rescued this clash from the mire on a
wet New Plymouth night, and gave his
union their first win of 2015, 17-10
over Countes Manukau.
Two classy second half midfield
thrusts by Ngatai broke open a game
that was stalling in second gear and
will give the premiership champs some
The first moment of skill came in
the 44th minute when Ngatai busted
the line from a lineout, with an assist
by prop Angus Taavao, and set up
centre Seta Tamanivalu to score. We
have waited most of the year to see the
Tamanivalu of 2014, which won him
the ITM Cup player of the year.
The second saw Ngatai slice through
to hand fullback Kurt Baker a try in his
Two desperate sides produced a
stinker of a first half. In case you had
doubts about that, even referee Nick
Briant told both sides before the
break that there had been “some pretty
It rained in New Plymouth and there
was a plethora of collapsed scrums,
pushed passes, dropped ball, bad tap-
downs and plenty of niggle. Briant
almost blew the pea out of the whistle,
but he mostly had good cause. Steelers
No 8 Maama Vaipulu was, however,
harshly sinbinned after he appeared to
have ripped the ball free late in the first
Counties Manukau never really
looked likely, other than a late try to
Vaipulu, and it did not help when first
five Piers Francis was concussed.
Hika Elliot, the No 4 hooker in the
nation, came off the pine at half-time
for his new province Taranaki. He was
accurate with his lineout throwing and
involved around the park.
Last season both unions fought to a
similarly dour 9-9 stalemate the same
venue to kick off the season. Little did
we know then that Taranaki would go
on to be premiership winners.
Both teams are back in action
this Sunday on a short turnaround.
Counties Manukau host their Chiefs
cousins Bay of Plenty, while Taranaki
are at Northland.
Taranaki 17 (Seta Tamanivalu, Kurt
Baker tries; Codey Rei 2 con, pen)
Counties Manukau 10 (Maama Vaipulu
try; Jared Page con; Piers Francis pen)
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