Feilding Herald : January 26th 2012
2 THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2012 NEWS 4322593AA FEILDING FARMERS' MARKET EVERY Friday Manchester Square, Every Fri 9am-2pm Rain, hail and shine! Motuiti Flat Olives 2 Tuscan and 1 Greek variety of olive oil grown in sunny Foxton. Tastings available. Sabbath Rest Advent Church Freshly milled in our zentrofan stone mill, wholegrain wheat flour. Naturally full of nutrition & great for all baking -- simply replace the white flour. Spelt & rye flour available on request (www.wholegrainorganics.co.nz). Locally grown organic grain and locally milled. Sentry Hill Orchard New Seasons Avocados, wonderful flavour Runner Beans Apple Quarters Apple cider (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) Cider vinegar Apple brandy Pear brandy Berry liquors Golden Har vest Mulch A processed mixture of untreated wood shavings and horse manure. $5 per bag, buy 3 bags and get free delivery Pasifika Foods "tantalise your tastebuds" homemade gluten-free meals. kebabs/wraps/ curries/chix fried rice etc Famous aioli with chips Check chefs specials Something for everyone LAMB PORK EGGS BACON SAUSAGES SEAFOOD BAKING CHICKEN JAMS CHUTNEYS PLANTS & SHRUBS FLOWERS FRUIT BREADS SOAPS PESTO SAUCES HERBAL TEAS RELISHES VEGETABLES CIDER & LIQUORS WINE FUDGE & HONEY MULCH CONTENTS The only publication that reaches every property in the Manawatu and Rangitikei districts 29,000 READERS EVERY WEEK EDITOR 323 5839 Sport . . pages 4,6,7,30 Gardening news page 12 MDC bulletin . . page 13 Arts and entertainment . . .. .. .. . . page25 Farming news . . page 27 Milestones . . . . page33 puzzles .. . . page36 Car chase arrest By JESSICA SUTTON A motorist sped through Feilding on wheel rims after his vehicle was spiked by police during a pursuit last Thursday. Seven police cars were involved in the pur- suit about 5pm, when a 40-year-old man, wanted by police in connection with two other car chases in recent weeks, drove from Ashhurst to Feilding at high speed. During Thursday's pursuit from Ashhurst via Bunnythorpe and the Te Ngaio-Newbury area, the car went over road spikes in Newbury Line, but carried on into Feilding on flat tyres. Sergeant Grant Lawton said the man was doing about 80kmh in Feilding itself, but when he drove through the back of the Warehouse car park police decided to abandon the pursuit as it was a risk to the public. He said police then tracked down the car, which was parked in a driveway in Marlbor- ough St. The driver of the vehicle was seen hopping into the passenger side of another car which took off. They were stopped by police near North St, and the man was arrested. Mr Lawton said he had also chased the same man through Feilding on the previous Saturday, but the pursuit had to be abandoned. Palmerston North labourer James Wiki Henry, 40, was to appear in Palmerston North District Court today on charges related to two pursuits in the Feilding area and a third in the Hutt Valley. Holiday treat: Children from the ASAP holiday programme in Feilding came into town last week to view the vintage cars and enjoy an icecream on one of the hot days of January.Photo: SANDRA CROSBIE. Signature moves: Nick Mason, drummer from band Pink Floyd and vintage car enthusiast, was swamped by fans who wanted autographs and photos when Mason visited Manchester Square last Friday as part of the Vintage Car Club Rally. About 150 people came out to the weekly Farmers' Market where Palmerston north chef Hester Guy cooked a three course lunch for Mason and other VIPs, including former mayor, now Member of Parliament Ian McKelvie. Mason described his day in Feilding as ''fantastic''. And when asked if Pink Floyd was making a comeback he said it was still possible. Photo: LAURA WALTERS.
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