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CLOSURE OF ROAD/STREETS TO
ORDINARY VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
Pursuant to the Tenth Schedule of the Local
Government Act 1974, notice is hereby given that
for the purpose of the Westland Car Club Street
Sprint, the following road/streets will be closed to
ordinary vehicular traffic for the period indicated
Street to be closed:
Herbert Street - from Leonard Street to 30m past
Guinness Street - from Herbert Street to Boundary
Boundary Street - from 30m before Arney Street to
43 Boundary Street
Johnston Street - from Boundary Street to Ashton
Gresson Street - from Johnston Street to 30m past
Arney Street - from Gresson Street to Swainson
Swainson Street - whole street
Frederick Street - whole street
Leonard Street - from Boundary Street to 30m past
William Street - whole street
Date of closure:
Saturday June 17, 2017
Time of closure:
8am until 9pm
It will be an offence under the above Act for any
person otherwise than under authority of an
authorised permit to use the roads for ordinary
vehicular traffic during the period of closure.
Chief Executive Officer
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
HERE COMES THE
HERE COMMMMMEEEES THE
Takeaways & Dairy
03 768 0373
3 Marsden Road (Next to Rec Centre)
Burgers (the BEST)
Fish & Chips etc
Lots of Lollies
Rolled Ice Creams
Even a Spacies Video Game
NEW THIS WEEK
ALL EYEZ ON ME
68 High Street, Greymouth
Phone 768 5154
Wednesday June 21
Great night guaranteed
PH 738 0158
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CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
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DID YOU KNOW
IS CHEAPER IF YOU
Contact Karen or Jeanne on
03 769 7900 (Ext 0) to set this up
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
PAY BY DIRECT DEBIT?
GRAEME Mac Panel-
beating for all your
accident, rust or plastic
repairs. Phone (03) 768
design, consultation and
construction, 25 years
paving, planting. We do
it all! Phone Gareth 021
SPECIALS. Logan label
$79.99, now $34.99,
S-M-3XL. Alf Harrison
Mens and Sportswear.
TYRES. Best deals, best
service. Full range new
and used. ITS. Phone
768 5788, 25 Lord
Free quotes. Licensed
builder, phone Adam
Campbell 021 041 1119.
Moana, open seven
days. All day dining.
Enjoy great views from
LET'S Get Gardening.
Phone for a free quote
trimming and lawn
mowing. Phone Tracey
and Bernard (03) 768
5272 or 021 178 9748.
100% Kiwi woman.
Phone 022 167 9582.
TREE felling, pruning
and trimming, employ a
professional and protect
the health and beauty of
your trees and shrubs.
High rope access no
problem. Phone Gareth
021 155 9905.
The Tindall Foundation
Supporting Families and Social Services
2017 West Coast Funding Round
WestREAP and Buller REAP are the Funding Manager for The Tindall
Foundation on the West Coast.
We invite not-for-profit groups and organisations to submit a preliminary
Funding is available for initiatives under the following categories: Early
Years; Youth Development; Literacy and Numeracy; Budgeting;
Maori; Migrant, Refugee and Cross Cultural; Housing; Community
Services and Development.
For more information or to obtain a Preliminary Application pack, please
WestREAP - (03) 755 8700 or
Buller REAP - (03) 789 7659 or
Forms can also be downloaded from the website:
• Preliminary Applications open on June 15 and close on August 15,
• Successful preliminary applicants will be invited to submit a full
application by October 31, 2017.
• Successful grants will be issued on November 30, 2017.
PLASTERING for all
your plastering require-
ments. Interior and ex-
terior, quality finishes.
Phone Rob 021 783 306
or 03 755 6407.
DG and WTR
PH 022 624 3425
45s start time 1pm
Names in by Friday, phone Club on
768 4000 for further information
DOUG TAYLOR MEMORIAL DARTS
Names in by 11am, games start 11.30am
Entry fee $10
WORKINGMEN’S CLUB & MSA
Greymouth Workingmen’s Club
New members and reciprocal members welcome.
Members Draw: $100
courtesy van available
ph 768 4000
WESTSIDE Surf &
wetsuits, ski jackets,
sunglasses, shoes, cloth-
ing and much more.
57 Mackay Street, Grey-
West Coast Miniature
Saturday July 15
St John Rooms
and Dairy, 3 Marsden
Road. Phone 768 0373.
Burgers (the best), fish
and chips, etc, etc.
SMITHS Speed &
Spares. Open until 11pm
Phone 768 5711.
Builder Ltd for reroof-
ing/repairs, Roofing As-
sociation Member, Reg-
istered Master Builder.
Phone 027 693 1159.
WEST Coast Spit Roast.
Full catering. Weddings,
corporate. Phone 027
Saturday, June 17
MAY 6, 20
JUNE 3, 10, 24
Courtesy Van Available
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G and L Distributors scored a surprise
win over Ellery’s Roofing Direct in the
Greymouth squash competition this
G and L Distributors 4, Ellery’s
Roofing Direct 1
It was a short, sharp wake-up for Team
Ellery’s Roofing Direct when G and
Distributors overpowered their opponents
in a late charge. With their captain Ant
Haslam being the only one to lose, G and
L Distributors were too consistent on the
night. Tony Ridge was too powerful for
Gary Williams, Neil Twist had too many
shots for the tenacious Christine D unn
and Zac Pattinson’s speed was too good
against Megan D unn. Even the ever-
reliable Phil Russ succumbed to injury
with the pressure applied by Richard
Ant Haslam lost to Clark Ellery 0-3;
Tony Ridge beat Gary Williams 3-0;
Richard Roberts beat Phil Russ 3-0;
Neil Twist beat Christine Dunn 3-1; Zac
Pattinson beat Megan D unn 3-0.
House of Travel 3, Sotherans 2
House of Travel managed a win over
Paddy Byrne and Barry Furness
had good straight set wins over their
opponents and Erin Ellery also beat Josh
Hughes in straight sets. In the closest
game of the night, the improving Kylee
Stanton downed Kendall McEnaney in
five close games.
Josh Hughes lost to Erin Ellery 0-3;
Ryan Mead beat Peter Casey 3-1; Mike
Anisy lost to Paddy Byrne 0-3; Bronwyn
Slack lost to Barry Furness 0-3 .
AMP 4, Eletronet 1
AMP beat Electronet with AMP’s Ben
Coll and Keith Barrow having straight set
wins. Aimee Boote beat Elizabeth Giles
in four good games. Electronet ’s Corey
Grant reversed his first round result to
beat Bradley Johnson in five close games
after saving match ball in the fifth to save
Electronet from the whitewash.
Ryan Coll lost to Ben Coll 0-3; Rachel
Rhodes lost to Keith Barrow 0-3; Corey
Grant beat Bradley Johnson 3-2; Peter
Bayliss lost to Michelle Twist by default;
Elizabeth Giles lost to Aimee Boote 1-3.
Mitre 10 Mega 3, Showcase
Mitre 10 Mega continued on their
winning way when they downed
Showcase Jewellers. The improving Will
Pattinson beat Gareth Thomas in straight
sets. Jimmy Campbell had a good three-
one win over Phil Donaldson, and Sam
Coll played well to beat Mike Elliott in
four close games. Showcase Jewellers’
Ryan Fitzmaurice had a good straight
sets win and Matt Coll downed Jason
Phil Donaldson lost to Jimmy Campbell
1-3; Matt Coll beat Jason Pritchard 3-0;
Mike Elliott lost to Sam Coll 1-3; Ryan
Fitzmaurice beat Vince Turpin 3-0;
Gareth Thomas lost to Will Pattinson
Giants veteran Susan
Pettitt says the possibility
of facing former team-
mate Laura Langman in
Saturday ’s Super Netball
grand final is a scary
Renowned shooter Pettitt
has recently been switched
to wing attack by Giants’
coach Julie Fitzgerald,
with the Diamonds’
representative playing a
full game in the unfamiliar
position in both of their
Pettitt does not expect
to know until a few hours
before Saturday ’s game in
Brisbane which position
she will play in the season-
decider against Sunshine
It is a fair bet she will play at least
part of the game at wing attack, with
England international and acting
captain Jo Harten and emerging young
shooter Kristina Brice combining well
inside the circle.
That could see her directly opposed to
her 2016 NSW Swifts team-mate and
legendary New Zealand midcourter
“It (playing at wing attack) would be
interesting, she’s one of the best wing
defenders in the world and that would
be quite scary,” Pettitt said.
“But as I said to the girls, I’m not a
traditional wing attack, I play a very
different style and because I don’t know
what I’m doing, it probably makes me a
bit harder to defend.”
Previously switched to wing attack
during games, Pettitt performed well
when starting there in both of their
For the first times in her 12-year
senior career, Pettitt did not take a
single shot in either game.
Pettitt played in title-winning Swifts
teams under Fitzgerald in her first three
years of senior netball from 2006 to
However, the last two years have
brought her grand final heartbreak,
with the Swifts losing epic deciders to
Queensland Firebirds in both seasons.
She is in different colours this year,
but Pettitt is again facing a Q ueensland
team at the same venue where the
Swifts faltered at the final hurdle in
2015 and 16.
“I don’t care where the grand final is,
I just want to win a grand final,” Pettitt
Lightning are majority owned by the
Melbourne Storm NRL club, with the
University of Sunshine Coast as the
minor partner, as is coached by New
Zealander Noeline Taurua.
The geographical distance between the
Storm and Lightning has not prevented
them from working with each other or
people from supporting both clubs.
“ When we (Lightning) had the major
semifinal in Melbourne, we saw quite
a few Storm fans in the crowd with
their Storm gear on,” Lightning CEO
Danielle Smith, who is also a Storm
board member, said.
“ When Lightning have played in
Melbourne we’ve done a few things
with Storm together and the reverse
when Storm has played in Brisbane.”
Lightning boast the most
cosmopolitan team in the competition,
with players from at least four nations
on their roster.
“ We do have a number of players live
together, we’ve got four that share a
house,” Smith said.
“That includes two Australians, a New
Zealander and our South African, that
all helps in bringing the team together
and establishing that bond.” . — AAP
Upset in Greymouth squash
New Zealand coach Haidee Tiffen
is satisfied despite a 46-run loss to
Australia in their first warm-up match
ahead of the women’s cricket World
The White Ferns were dismissed
for 241 in the 48th over after
Australia posted an imposing 287 in
Ellyse Perry scored 104 off 99 balls
to set up Australia’s win, with Sophie
Devine (3-44) and Anna Peterson (3-
22) the pick of New Zealand’s bowlers.
The White Ferns made a disastrous
start when captain Suzie Bates was
trapped LBW off the first ball.
At 126-7 they were heading for a
sizeable defeat before meritorious
knocks from tailenders Peterson (42)
and Thamsyn Newton (41).
Tiffen said there were some positive
signs in the first hit-out on English
soil, 10 days out from the World Cup-
opening match against Sri Lanka.
A highlight was the return from injury
of key allrounder Devine, who hadn’t
played for the All Whites in 15 months.
“She did bowl very very well. She’s
getting the ball back swinging and
being the good attacking bowler that
she is,” Tiffen said.
New Zealand’s remaining warm-
up games are both in Derby, against
India on Monday and England on
Wednesday. — N ZN
Aussies beat White Ferns
in World Cup warm-up
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