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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2012
2008 TERRITORY SY TX
4lt petrol, 6 speed auto tiptronic,
7 seater, alloy wheels, Power
windows and mirrors, Air con,
All wheel drive.
2010 FORD FALCON XR6
Alloy wheels, Bluetooth,
4lt petrol engine, 6 speed tiptronic
transmission. This vehicle looks
Great low ks
2003 TOYOTA RAV 4
2.4 petrol, Manual 5 speed,
3 door, Power window,
CD player, Hands free phone,
Alloy wheels, Nudge bar.
2011 FORD RANGER 4X4
Auto 3.0lt Diesel, auto
transmission, Double cab,
wellside, tow bar tauno cover,
tuff deck. Great condition
just like new.
Nathan 021 393 338
2007 MONDEO SEDAN
2.3 petrol, 6 speed auto tiptronic,
Cruise control, Air con, 5 star
safety rating, This vehicle has it
all with its comfortable interior
and large boot space
New, 335kw 5.0lt
6 speed tiptronic
transmission, 19" alloy
wheels, Brembo brakes,
leather interior, reversing
camera, Blue tooth and
This is what you need,
come view today!!!!
NOBODY BEATS US ON USED CAR FINANCE -- NOT EVEN THE BANKS! Terms and conditions apply
2010 FORD TERRITORY TX
All wheel drive, 7 seater,
6 speed tiptronic transmission,
Alloy wheels, Tinted windows,
CD Player, Air con, Traction control
2.5L diesel turbo,
5 speed manual, Tuff deck,
17" alloy wheels,
Good condition all round.
2008 FALCON XT
Alloy wheels, climate air, auto
transmission, blue tooth and
2.3L petrol, 6 speed auto,
Air con, CD Player, all the bells
and whistles, great low ks
2004 COURIER XLX
4wd, 5 speed, alloy wheels,
Air con, one owner, nudge bar,
running boards, full service
history, won't last
2.0L petrol, auto, 5 door hatch,
CD Player, air con, Great little car.
Courtesy Ford Feilding
2009 FALCON FG XR6
6 speed auto, 4.0L petrol,
Factory body kit,
Current shape XR6.
Fujitsu 200 and
The NZ Grand Prix
February 11 -- 12
Featuring the BNT V8s, Toyota Racing Series, Suzuki
Swift Sport Cup, UDC V8 UTES, Formula Ford, Sports &
Production GT and Central Muscle Cars.
The variety of fields guarantees plenty of race action
and is also host to the prestigious New Zealand Grand
Prix which is being battled out by a large field of
international drivers (including four kiwis) in the Toyota
This year will also feature the Miss NZ Grand Prix
competition with an attractive prize purse adding to
This is the BIGGEST public race meeting on the Manfeild
motorsport calendar. Racing starts at 9.15am Saturday
and 8.45am Sunday.
A weekend pass purchased at the gate is $35, Saturday
only is $20 and Sunday only is $30. Entry to this event
is via South Street. For more information on this event
For more information on these events
and many more go to
check us out on Facebook,
or give us a call on 323 7444.
Month s total
93.9 mms; Aver-
Rain days 12;
Daytime high 28 degrees Celsius, 30th; Night
lowest 5C (28th); Ground lowest 3C.
Sunshine Only eight days with six or more hours
Wind No gales generally light and on many
occasions very light.
Another totally unusual month, probably largely
due to El Nino hanging round for longer than nor-
mal. The rain, which was spread over the whole
month, although slightly above the average, at no
time was enough to cause flooding, as occurred in so
many other localities, but was sufficient to keep
everything growing. It was an embarrassment to
some farmers, who didn t know what to do with the
Temperatures, although over 20 degrees Celsius,
were pleasant, and nights allowed comfortable sleep-
The most disappointing aspect of the month was
the lack of sunshine. Growth, in all sectors, was
amazing, but the lack of sunshine meant that many
crops, tomatoes in particular, were very slow in
I take my daily readings at about 7.30am and in
the summer you expect to wake up to a clear spark-
ling day, but last month on 23 days I recorded cloud
cover on 6 or over, 8 being totally overcast, and the
majority of days continued dull and grey all day.
Clean up: Washing windows for residents of Woodlark Flats are Jack and Jan Narvel,
Rebekah McGimpsey, Jesse Lee and Maryanne Turner of Youth with a Mission.
ministry in Feilding
By BOBBIE NICHOLLS
Members of Youth with a Mission
(YWAM) in New Zealand for two
months have had to supplement their
summer wardrobes from opportunity
shops to cope with the unexpected
In Feilding for two weeks, leader of
the five member team, Minnesotta-
based Jesse Lee said they spent the
first day at Parachute music festival
near Hamilton getting very wet. They
thoroughly enjoyed camping and the
fun of the festival, but the rain had
made it necessary to buy more clothes.
We were on the gates and had a
YWAM stall to tell people about the
organisation. It was fun, Jan Narvel
She and her husband, Jack, (older
members of the team, from Battle-
ground, Washington, in the United
States) are having a blast .
While in Feilding, the team are
being billeted with members of
Lifepoint church and attended the
church camp in the Pohangina Valley
last weekend (February 4 and 5).
The church had surveyed residents
at the nearby Woodlark Flats and the
team spent a day helping out there.
Many of the residents have home
help, but they don t wash windows,
Jesse said. So that s something we are
able to do for them .
They had also been to Shiloh retreat
centre, in Cheltenham, where they
gave their labour and enjoyed the com-
pany of Marj and Ron Newman.
The team, who also include Can-
adian Rebekah McGimpsey and
Maryanne Tucker, from Christchurch,
head back to Auckland this weekend
after two weeks of practical ministry
in and around Feilding.
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