Feilding Herald : December 8th 2011
13 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011 NEWS 4245040AA RESIDENTIAL 120 Fergusson Street, Feilding firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 06 323 5544 Feilding Licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008 11 Kimbolton Road WEB ID FU12375 Just doors down from the CBD, Bus stop at the gate, Doctors surgery across the street and Kowhai Park at the other end of the street, you could not find a more convenient location. Set on 759m2 section this 1960's four bedroom home offers excellent indoor outdoor flow and catches the sun all day long. FEILDING OPEN HOME View Sunday 11.30 - 12.00pm LOW $300K 412 Classy and Oh So Convenient Jo Keddie Office 06 323 5544 Ext 719 Mobile 027 663 1945 Home 06 323 6565 106 Warwick Street WEB ID FU12373 A very quaint 3 bedroom home. Brand new bathroom with shower over bath. Tasteful decor throughout. New kitchen which flows out to wonderful deck. This sunny home has lots of appeal, and a fantastic central location. Low maintenance compact grounds. Single garage. FEILDING View by appointment $189,000 311 Charming Refurbished Character Derrin Tunnicliffe Office 06 323 5544 Ext 705 Mobile 027 473 3746 Home 06 323 8484 19 Homelands Avenue WEB ID FU12353 Bring the family and friends home and enjoy the space this lovely modern home has to offer. Mum and Dad can relax upstairs while kids and their friends have space galore downstairs, perfect for teenagers or your own man cave, there's even an extra toilet. Enjoy barbeques in the private back yard. FEILDING OPEN HOME View Sunday 11.00 - 11.30pm $285,000 3+ 11 Family Friendly with all the right spaces Joanne Steele Office 06 323 5544 Ext 724 Mobile 027 441 1234 Home 06 323 9793 Ian Steele Office 06 323 5544 Ext 720 Mobile 027 441 1235 Home 06 323 9793 184 North Street WEB ID FU12373 The owners of this wonderful home have really loved living here and over the years have maintained and improved it to perfection. Now is the chance for you to benefit from their hard work, live close to schools and shops, all for a reasonable price. View now you won´t be disappointed. FEILDING View by appointment $249,000 411 Presented to perfection Joanne Steele Office 06 323 5544 Ext 724 Mobile 027 441 1234 Home 06 323 9793 Ian Steele Office 06 323 5544 Ext 720 Mobile 027 441 1235 Home 06 323 9793 Marton back on the pitch By LAURA WALTERS Family feed: Fundraising ventures are being held by Marton Rugby League Club as part of resurrecting for next year's season. Photo: SANDRA CROSBIE After two years on hiatus the Marton Rugby League Club has risen from the ashes . The rugby league Bears decided to restart the club because there was interest in the district, especially from the children. Club secretary Hereina Tauroa said they wanted to let the com- munity know they were back and looking for players. The Marton Rugby League Club was established in 1956, and was one of the oldest clubs in the region, but it was shut down temporarily a couple of years ago due to a lack of interest and commitment, Tauroa said. The season would not start until March, but the club wanted to start recruiting players for preseason training. Tauroa said the biggest struggle was getting parents and families on board. [The children] are walking around doing nothing. Why not let them do something with the park? The club s junior delegate Delanie Rakatairi said they were hoping to field a senior team, an under-15s team, and an under-17s team. At the moment we are just look- ing for keen players, she said. Rakatairi said the club was undergoing an overhaul. It s a new committee, and new faces. The new committee wanted to get out and give the community some- thing they had been waiting for. Everybody was just sitting in the back waiting for something to hap- pen. There was nothing here. A lot of players who had left to play for other clubs were returning to the Bears, Rakatairi said. They feel a loyalty to the Marton Bears. The junior teams would play in Palmerston North on a Friday night so their league games would not interfere with other weekend sport, she said. The club is holding a whanau day on Saturday at Wilson Park in Marton, with hangi meals for $13. Arriving in style: Father Christmas likes to make an unusual appearance each year at the Feilding Golf Club's annual Christmas Cheer. This year the youngsters gathered, shrieking with delight to see their favourite red-suited man arrived in a microlight on the 10th fairway. Photo: SUPPLIED Weedbusters back in town It is that time of year again when Horizons is on the lookout for weeds in Palmerston North and Feilding. Horizons launched its Weed- busters recently in conjunction with Palmerston North City Council. Weeds are on the wanted list and Horizons staff will be out in the field until March. This is really a combined project between the public and Horizons. Without help from the public this project would not be so successful, says environmental management officer Neil Mickleson. When Weedbusters first started in 2006, the primary target was old man s beard, with infestations all over Palmerston North and Feild- ing. In that first year 650 sites were listed on Horizons database, increasing to 1100 sites in 2011. Of those 1100 sites only 45 are still active with weeds. We have got on top of old man s beard and have managed to control it, says Mr Mickleson, and this is our third year targeting gunnera, banana passionfruit and wild gin- ger. This year our main concern is banana passionfruit. Because people have planted so many trees on their properties over the last few years, the bird population has increased 10-fold. This has led to more birds carrying weed seed with them, and isolated outcrops of the weed are popping up around Palm- erston North, Feilding and sur- rounding areas . Every site Horizons receives a call from will have weeds removed and receive an information pack to assist the owner to manage weeds. If you think you have any of these weeds ring 0800 WEEDBUSTERS or 0508 800 800.
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