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• By Julia Evans<br />

PEOPLE WHO can’t afford<br />

dental surgery will now be<br />

able to access free care.<br />

The Canterbury Charity<br />

Hospital Trust is opening two<br />

new clinics for people who<br />

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Oral surgeons and dentists<br />

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Patients will be able to have<br />

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Previously it had only been<br />

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Ms Graham said there<br />

is a huge need in the<br />

community for free oral<br />

surgery and extending its<br />

practice means the hospital<br />

can go beyond the general<br />

dentistry it already offers to<br />

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The volunteer work done<br />

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and the hospital’s two new<br />

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Ms Graham said.<br />

Three denture companies<br />

have also offered their<br />

services and will be making<br />

dentures for patients on<br />

site.<br />

As well as volunteers, the<br />

hospital relies on donations<br />

from the community,<br />

local businesses and its<br />

patrons.<br />

“It’s a real community of<br />

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out,” Ms Graham said.<br />

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A great initiative for Canterbury<br />

opens this weekend.<br />

The Canterbury Charity<br />

Hospital Trust is opening two new<br />

clinics for people who people who<br />

can’t afford dental surgery.<br />

As we reveal on page 1, the clinics<br />

will cater for people who have<br />

been turned down by the public<br />

health system, do not have medical<br />

insurance and can’t afford to<br />

go private for their treatment.<br />

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many people.<br />

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medical specialists who are giving<br />

their time to make sure people<br />

get treatment that they otherwise<br />

wouldn’t be able to afford.<br />

St Barnabas reopened at the<br />

weekend and on pages 4-5 today<br />

reporter Julia Evans talks to its<br />

vicar, Rev Mark Chamberlain.<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 3<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

$541,588 crossing project<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

A PEDESTRIAN crossing<br />

costing more than half a<br />

million dollars will be installed<br />

on Sawyers Arms Rd.<br />

The Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood Community Board<br />

agreed to the $541,588 project at<br />

its last meeting. It will include a<br />

signalised pedestrian crossing,<br />

cycle lanes and the relocation<br />

of a bus stop between Cotswold<br />

Ave and Glasnevin Dr.<br />

While the board was<br />

reluctant to agree to the signal<br />

lights because of the additional<br />

cost they added, it found it<br />

was the only logical option to<br />

improve pedestrian safety on<br />

the road.<br />

Pupils from Casebrook<br />

Intermediate School, Cotswold<br />

School, Breens Intermediate,<br />

Emmanuel Christian School<br />

and Bishopdale School will use<br />

the crossing.<br />

Before making its decision,<br />

the board received a report by<br />

city council staff on the cost<br />

breakdown, ongoing changes<br />

to the traffic corridors and the<br />

impact of these changes on the<br />

proposed pedestrian crossing in<br />

the future.<br />

There was also extensive<br />

consultation with traffic<br />

engineers around accident rates<br />

and traffic volume.<br />

Although the cost had<br />

previously been an issue for<br />

residents, resident Barbara<br />

Purvis said she thought it was a<br />

good outcome overall and was<br />

very happy with the board’s<br />

consultation process.<br />

“It was very positive and informed,<br />

they were very helpful<br />

and asked good, sensible questions,”<br />

she said.<br />

Board member Aaron Campbell<br />

said the body of traffic and<br />

people using Sawyers Arms Rd<br />

meant a controlled crossing was<br />

the only suitable option.<br />

City councillor Raf Manji said<br />

a zebra crossing would have<br />

been a good alternative because<br />

only children and parents from<br />

the schools use it and it would<br />

cost a lot less. However, traffic<br />

engineers said that the volume<br />

of pedestrians and vehicles using<br />

the road was too high for a<br />

zebra crossing to be considered<br />

and those numbers would only<br />

increase after road upgrades.<br />

Since the crossing was approved,<br />

city councillor Aaron<br />

TOGETHER:<br />

Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood Community<br />

Board member Aaron<br />

Campbell (left) with<br />

residents Bruce<br />

Walters, Barbara<br />

Purvis, Rosanna<br />

McEvedy and board<br />

chairman David<br />

Cartwright worked to<br />

find the best solution.<br />

PHOTO: ANDREW<br />

KING<br />

Keown said another proposed<br />

crossing 50m along the road<br />

had to be taken out of the city<br />

council’s long term plan.<br />

The other proposed crossing<br />

was for outside Cotswold<br />

School, something wanted by<br />

the school’s principal Stephen<br />

Harrison, Cr Keown said.<br />

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the school was pleased that at<br />

least one crossing was going in<br />

anyway.<br />

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the <strong>February</strong> 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

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Mark Chamberlain<br />

St Barnabas vicar on quake repairs,<br />

Mark Chamberlain is vicar of St Barnabas, which has reopened<br />

after earthquake repairs were finished. He talks to Julia Evans<br />

COMMUNITY DAY: Mark Chamberlain hosting a St Barnabas<br />

community fun day.<br />

Congratulations on the<br />

reopening of the church –<br />

it’s been a long road getting<br />

there.<br />

It has been. It’s been virtually<br />

six years since we’ve been out<br />

and it has been a long road. There<br />

are various reasons for that.<br />

The insurance settlement took<br />

quite a long time and the first<br />

engineering proposal wasn’t used<br />

because it wasn’t up to standard.<br />

That has worked to the church’s<br />

advantage and, in some ways, it’s<br />

been good because we don’t want<br />

a sub-par building. It also took<br />

us quite a while to raise the funds<br />

necessary. Eventually, all these<br />

different strands came together<br />

and now we’re reopening.<br />

So you’ve had some long<br />

nights fundraising?<br />

Yes we did, but we have a great<br />

team at St Barnabas. Over the last<br />

three years, we’ve raised more<br />

than $50,000 a year ourselves,<br />

which doesn’t include direct donations<br />

or philanthropic funding<br />

from businesses we’ve received.<br />

We still have two other major<br />

church buildings to strengthen<br />

and we’re up to $1.4 million of<br />

our $1.6 million target. So with<br />

$200,000 left, the fundraising is<br />

still going on. We could’ve just<br />

left the buildings at 33 per cent of<br />

the new building standard, and<br />

that would be perfectly legal, but<br />

we wanted to future proof them<br />

so we’re getting the whole church<br />

up to 67 per cent.<br />

Does the historical<br />

significance of the church make<br />

you more concerned?<br />

Definitely. Partly, we need it<br />

now as a church and community,<br />

but we are aware it is obviously<br />

a very valuable historical church<br />

for the whole city. We’ve installed<br />

a sprinkler system to protect the<br />

church in case of fire. We’re in<br />

a good position to be safe and<br />

undamaged for many years and<br />

have made sure it’s covered for<br />

whatever comes next.<br />

What does it mean for<br />

yourself to be the vicar of such a<br />

significant church?<br />

I feel it’s a humbling position<br />

that I’m in. I’ve been given this<br />

responsibility, which I know is<br />

significant and I’m happy to take<br />

it on. It’s such a large group of<br />

people that work alongside me<br />

and help me to achieve our goals.<br />

For me, it’s about being part of<br />

a team and although every team<br />

needs a leader, this is a very high<br />

functioning team and that makes<br />

my job so much easier.<br />

Has being vicar of St Barnabas<br />

opened some doors?<br />

I certainly knew it was a very<br />

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Tell me about your trip to the<br />

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the Holy Land and marriage<br />

Our three-week journey took<br />

us to Jerusalem to the Church<br />

of the Holy Sepulchre, where<br />

Christians believe Jesus was<br />

buried and resurrected, and, of<br />

course, the Church of Nativity<br />

in Bethlehem, where Jesus was<br />

born.<br />

It sounds like a pretty<br />

significant trip. How much did<br />

it inspire you?<br />

It helped me connect personally<br />

with the culture and land<br />

where Jesus lived and grew up.<br />

Once you’ve been there and seen<br />

it for yourself, you have a much<br />

better idea of the significance of<br />

that place. It’s strengthened my<br />

faith and the way I can teach the<br />

culture to others because I’ve<br />

seen it first-hand. For example,<br />

we spent time at the Temple<br />

Mount where the Jewish temple<br />

was. There’s a Muslim mosque<br />

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where Jesus once taught. You<br />

get the feeling that you’re part of<br />

history because you were there<br />

and you’ve seen it.<br />

You say you went with<br />

your wife – how much of an<br />

influence does family have on<br />

your life too?<br />

They’re a big part of my life<br />

and work. My children are all<br />

adults now. Three of them are<br />

married and I have a grandson<br />

and one on the way. They’re all<br />

very supportive of me and one of<br />

my sons is very involved in the<br />

church. My wife is also involved<br />

and very supportive. It’s a bit of a<br />

family affair.<br />

Was being a vicar always<br />

something you wanted to be, or<br />

did you come to it later in life?<br />

I did grow up with a Christian<br />

family and embraced the faith<br />

from a young age, but I started<br />

my career as an engineer and<br />

it was when I was 31 that I<br />

was ordained as an Anglican<br />

priest. I felt a call from God, I<br />

felt strongly that this is what I<br />

should do with my life, and I felt<br />

it was a very clear-cut decision to<br />

say yes to God, so I did. It has become<br />

a very important principle<br />

of mine, saying yes to God.<br />

An engineer! Has becoming<br />

a vicar and leaving that career<br />

been worthwhile?<br />

It’s been incredible for a whole<br />

range of reasons. Knowing<br />

you are following what God<br />

has called you to do, serving<br />

people at their point of great<br />

need and just being a leader of<br />

a community of faith is very<br />

humbling.<br />

Did an engineering<br />

LOVE: Mark Chamberlain and his wife, Pip, reaffirmed their<br />

wedding vows last year in Cana, Israel, during a pilgrimage to<br />

the Holy Land.<br />

background help in the church’s<br />

re-build?<br />

Although I haven’t been in that<br />

career for quite some years, it<br />

helped me understand what was<br />

going on with the repairs and ask<br />

the big questions to make sure<br />

they went smoothly. I’ve taken<br />

quite a big role in some of the<br />

repairs and I know exactly what’s<br />

happening with the buildings.<br />

What do you see for the<br />

future of the church?<br />

St Barnabas has a very strong<br />

role in the community and<br />

that will continue to grow. I<br />

think we’re a diverse and strong<br />

community, so the church has<br />

a very positive future. We have<br />

a lot a church groups. We teach<br />

english to refugees, we have play<br />

groups for toddlers with music<br />

sessions, youth and young adult<br />

groups and friendship groups to<br />

support older people. We also<br />

help support youth workers at<br />

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City councillor<br />

Yani Johanson<br />

writes about<br />

the value of<br />

diversity in our<br />

society<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Diversity enriches city<br />

At a time when the world is<br />

coming closer together through<br />

cheaper long distance travel<br />

and greater connectivity via<br />

the internet, it feels like there is<br />

more conflict and chaos than<br />

ever before.<br />

Whether it’s the huge number<br />

of refugees fleeing war zones<br />

or the fear-based politics of<br />

Donald Trump and Brexit, it is<br />

a time of great concern for<br />

where we are heading as<br />

humans.<br />

As such, I believe we have<br />

to ask ourselves why is this<br />

happening? And, more<br />

importantly, how can we stop<br />

this from happening?<br />

Last week, in my role as city<br />

councillor, I had the privilege of<br />

being involved in two positive<br />

things to address this.<br />

First, at the city council<br />

we have signed off on a<br />

multicultural strategy, which<br />

recognises “the council has<br />

a leadership role in making<br />

Christchurch a city where<br />

CELEBRATION: The city council’s new multi-cultural strategy<br />

recognises Christchurch’s diversity. PHOTO: DEB WILSON<br />

diversity is welcomed and<br />

celebrated.”<br />

This strategy has been long<br />

overdue and is a fantastic start<br />

on a journey towards being a<br />

more inclusive place.<br />

Second, I was asked to<br />

speak at the opening of the<br />

Friendship Force national<br />

conference. Friendship Force is<br />

a voluntary group with mission<br />

values including mutual<br />

respect, cultural diversity,<br />

cultural exploration and<br />

service.<br />

Its members do this by<br />

opening their homes and hearts<br />

to host visitors from other<br />

cities and countries throughout<br />

the world. They have done<br />

an amazing job bringing<br />

people to our city even after<br />

the devastating impact of the<br />

earthquakes.<br />

The work they do and the<br />

work the city council has done<br />

on the multicultural strategy is<br />

based on a simple premise that<br />

we all have a common bond<br />

of being human and that we<br />

all deserve to be treated with<br />

dignity and respect.<br />

In my view, when people<br />

are afraid of the unknown,<br />

scared of difference or lacking<br />

understanding, I believe the<br />

world is fundamentally a worse<br />

off place to live.<br />

And yet, when we provide<br />

opportunities for dialogue and<br />

communication, for living and<br />

learning and for understanding<br />

and sharing, we are creating a<br />

better world, a better country<br />

and a better city.<br />

In essence, we are creating a<br />

community that celebrates and<br />

cherishes difference rather than<br />

being scared of it.<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Free dental<br />

care<br />

extended<br />

•From page 1<br />

The hospital had worked<br />

towards opening these clinics<br />

for more than a year and Ms<br />

Graham said it had been a<br />

drawn-out process so it’s good<br />

to see the clinics finally opening<br />

for people to get the help they<br />

need.<br />

Since opening in 2007, the<br />

hospital has also offered free<br />

general surgery, orthopaedic<br />

care, family planning and<br />

counselling services to people<br />

who could not otherwise access<br />

them.<br />

The new clinics will be<br />

opened by Canterbury Charity<br />

Hospital Trust patron and former<br />

Governor General Sir Jerry<br />

Mateparae.<br />

The opening on Saturday will<br />

be attended by Mayor Lianne<br />

Dalziel, city councillor Aaron<br />

Keown and Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood<br />

Community<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 7<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

Tags likened to ‘cat pee’<br />

PARKING<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

TAGS HAVE been likened to<br />

cats marking their territory<br />

as north-west suburbs see a<br />

rise in graffiti.<br />

Of the 15 north-west<br />

suburbs, St Albans, Shirley<br />

and Papanui make up the<br />

majority of recorded graffiti<br />

incidents by city council<br />

graffiti removal contractor<br />

Intergroup.<br />

Its statistics show 47 per<br />

cent of tagging in the northwest<br />

happened in St Albans<br />

alone during April and May<br />

last year.<br />

Local businessman and<br />

Papanui-Innes Community<br />

Board member John Stringer<br />

is fed up with seeing graffiti<br />

in the area and has labelled it<br />

“cat pee.”<br />

“(These) ‘cats’ selfishly<br />

tag our community fences,<br />

bus stops, utilities, shops,<br />

churches and residential<br />

fences like tomcats marking<br />

their territory,” he said.<br />

Mr Stringer said there was<br />

one particular tagger in St<br />

Albans who had vandalised<br />

the new Rugby Park facilities,<br />

St Albans Pharmacy, Beulah<br />

Church and dozens of<br />

homes.<br />

Even with the city council’s<br />

comprehensive anti-graffiti<br />

programme, Mr Stringer<br />

said there should be a more<br />

interventionist bylaw at local<br />

level to fix the issue.<br />

“It’s a nonsense to wrap<br />

war memorials in perspex<br />

sheets to deter vandalism.<br />

We have to address this at<br />

the source. I want to be<br />

more creative in our<br />

responses.”<br />

He will be bringing it to<br />

the attention of the board at<br />

the next meeting, but said<br />

they need to get people and<br />

businesses to report graffiti<br />

more urgently.<br />

Local businesses and<br />

residents with graffiti should<br />

immediately inform the city<br />

council by phone, email or<br />

through its Snap, Send, Solve<br />

app and its will remove it<br />

within 48 hours, he said.<br />

FED UP: John Stringer<br />

is tired of seeing his<br />

community covered in<br />

tags.<br />

In Brief<br />

RESTRICTIONS<br />

No-stopping restrictions will be<br />

placed on the Bethel Cres and<br />

Farrington Ave intersection in<br />

Bishopdale. The community<br />

requested the restrictions because<br />

of visibility problems exiting<br />

Bethel Cres when cars are parked<br />

on the corner of Farrington Ave.<br />

The restrictions were approved at<br />

last week’s Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood Community Board<br />

meeting.<br />

DANCING SISTERS<br />

St Albans sisters, Kate and Tessa<br />

Holmes, have received funding<br />

from the Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood Community Board.<br />

Tessa was granted $300 to go<br />

towards her participation in<br />

the New Zealand School of<br />

Dance Associates Programme in<br />

Wellington. Kate received $250<br />

to attend the same programme.<br />

The programme is for ballet and<br />

contemporary dance students<br />

working towards a career in dance<br />

performance.<br />

ROAD UPDATE<br />

Road closures on Edgeware Rd<br />

between Lindsay St and Allard<br />

St for repairs to a wastewater main<br />

have been extended until the end<br />

of March due to difficult ground<br />

conditions on Edgeware Rd.<br />

Central City Transport<br />

Projects Update<br />

If you haven’t been along Manchester or Durham Streets lately,<br />

take a closer look. For people who drive these streets regularly,<br />

thank you for your patience.<br />

2<br />

3<br />

1<br />

Hospital Corner<br />

– Tuam Street (Durham to Antigua<br />

Streets) and St Asaph Street<br />

(Hagley Avenue to Antigua Street)<br />

Starting Feb/Mar <strong>2017</strong><br />

• Work on the remaining blocks begins on<br />

27 <strong>February</strong>. There will be separated<br />

cycle lanes and more street lighting and<br />

plantings on both of these key east–west<br />

one-way streets.<br />

• On Tuam Street a high quality bus stop<br />

between Hagley Avenue and Antigua<br />

Street adjacent to the hospital will<br />

provide better public transport amenities<br />

at the busiest stop in the city.<br />

2<br />

Durham Street<br />

– Kilmore to Tuam Street<br />

Finishing late <strong>2017</strong><br />

• This street will have two lanes of<br />

southbound traffic and on-street parking<br />

on the western side. There will be a<br />

shared path for cyclists and pedestrians<br />

on the eastern side beside the Ōtākaro/<br />

Avon River.<br />

• Trees, landscaping and rain gardens will<br />

improve the streetscape and suit the<br />

slower speed environment.<br />

3<br />

Manchester Street<br />

– Lichfield to Kilmore Street<br />

Finishing late <strong>2017</strong><br />

• This section of Manchester Street is<br />

becoming a tree-lined boulevard beside<br />

the East Frame residential development.<br />

• It will be the main north-south public<br />

transport corridor in the central city,<br />

with bus priority and a high quality<br />

bus stop.<br />

• Widening the street by nine metres<br />

will provide room for cars, buses and a<br />

wide shared pavement for pedestrians<br />

and cyclists.<br />

• Changes to the traffic directions around<br />

Hospital Corner and the closure of 600<br />

metres of Oxford Terrace near the<br />

Antigua Boatsheds were finished in 2015.<br />

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PLAN AHEAD FOR PARKING BY VISITING CCC.GOVT.NZ<br />

(SEARCH ‘PARKING’).<br />

Thank you for your patience.<br />

Please keep supporting central city businesses.<br />

Work starts soon to<br />

improve traffic flow,<br />

cycle and pedestrian<br />

access, and introduce<br />

trees, landscaping and<br />

rain gardens.<br />

Cross-section showing how Durham Street<br />

will look when finished.<br />

Artist impression giving a sense of how<br />

Manchester Street will look when finished.<br />

For information about other transport projects and impacts visit<br />

Transport for Christchurch at tfc.govt.nz<br />

E: info@otakaroltd.co.nz<br />

P: 03 357 6300<br />

W: otakaroltd.co.nz<br />

Manchester Street taking shape – looking<br />

north from Hereford Street intersection.<br />

New paving installed on Manchester Street<br />

– looking north.


8<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

SCHOOLS<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Talented Mairehau<br />

student ranked among<br />

the best at english<br />

TAKE A BOW: Sujean In (left), Abida Denny, Samantha McDonnell and Amy Chung will take<br />

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St Margaret’s string quartet in<br />

national high school orchestra<br />

FOUR ST Margaret’s College<br />

students have been accepted into<br />

the New Zealand Secondary<br />

Schools’ Symphony Orchestra.<br />

Samantha McDonnell,<br />

Abida Denny, Sujean In and<br />

Amy Chung will now attend a<br />

development course at the St<br />

Margaret’s campus over six days<br />

in late April.<br />

The girls had to submit a video<br />

audition to earn their places<br />

playing the viola, violin one,<br />

violin two and cello.<br />

The students will receive practical<br />

lessons from experienced<br />

musicians and the opportunity<br />

to play in a full symphony orchestra.<br />

There will be a public<br />

performance on April 29<br />

in the Charles Luney<br />

Performance Auditorium at St<br />

Margaret’s.<br />

The former National Secondary<br />

Schools’ Orchestral Course<br />

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evolved into the New Zealand<br />

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MAIREHAU High School’s Jake<br />

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three per cent of english students<br />

from around the country<br />

following his scholarship exam.<br />

NCEA announced the exam<br />

results last week and his marks<br />

were high enough to earn him a<br />

scholarship, which includes $500.<br />

English teacher and Mairehau<br />

High assistant principal Rebecca<br />

Swanson said: “Jake possesses<br />

a sharp and inquiring mind,<br />

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“Jake’s obvious talents led to<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 9<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

AWARD: Isabella Gregory (centre) was awarded an outstanding performance scholarship for<br />

her work in english. ​<br />

Outstanding Rangi Ruru<br />

girls earn scholarships<br />

THREE STUDENTS from<br />

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School<br />

were awarded outstanding<br />

performance<br />

scholarships from<br />

NCEA.<br />

The three recipients<br />

were year 12 students<br />

Isabella Gregory for<br />

english, Amy Huang for<br />

media studies and Winnie<br />

Zhang for statistics.<br />

Only 40 students<br />

across the country are eligible<br />

each year for the awards.<br />

A further 22 girls from Rangi<br />

Ruru were awarded scholarships<br />

across 17 different subjects<br />

this year.<br />

Assistant principal<br />

Juliet Collins (left) said<br />

this outstanding result<br />

is wonderful news on<br />

the back of the school’s<br />

NCEA results for 2016,<br />

which show a significant<br />

increase in the number of<br />

students achieving excellence in<br />

all NCEA levels.<br />

Across all three levels of<br />

NCEA, Rangi Ruru students<br />

achieved double the national<br />

average of excellence endorsements<br />

in decile 8-10 levels in<br />

2016 and 99 per cent of students<br />

achieved NCEA level 1.<br />

“The increase in the number<br />

of girls moving from merit to<br />

excellence in their NCEA exams<br />

has now been strengthened by<br />

the scholarship results,” she<br />

said.<br />

Charities receive<br />

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However, Countdown also donated more than 20 pallets of<br />

groceries to three Christchurch organisations – 0800 Hungry,<br />

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10<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Parents in the school system<br />

Papanui Heritage Group chairman Murray<br />

Williams writes about the historical role of<br />

parents in the education of their children<br />

SINCE THE 1877 Education<br />

Act, New Zealand’s state<br />

primary schools have had a<br />

strong tradition of parental<br />

influence.<br />

Under this legislation, school<br />

committees, elected by parents,<br />

had well-defined powers which<br />

were further enhanced in 1989<br />

when elected boards of trustees<br />

were granted even more authority<br />

in the governance of their<br />

schools.<br />

In the mid 20th century, many<br />

schools instituted parent teacher<br />

associations, groups with no<br />

statutory powers but run by<br />

parents interested in creating<br />

stronger links with their children’s<br />

teachers.<br />

In practice, the PTAs concentrated<br />

on fundraising and running<br />

discussion evenings about<br />

educational issues.<br />

In this context, it is interesting<br />

to consider the first years of the<br />

Papanui Primary School PTA<br />

nearly 70 years ago.<br />

On October 20, 1949, a meeting<br />

was called to discuss the formation<br />

of the Papanui Primary<br />

PTA and a committee of 11<br />

parents was duly elected.<br />

The headmaster, F.G Parry,<br />

was an ex-officio member (a<br />

standard practice to ensure committees<br />

did not try to interfere<br />

with matters beyond their remit)<br />

and two staff members were also<br />

appointed.<br />

The first function was held<br />

a month later. A guest speaker<br />

presented a talk on vocational<br />

guidance, a staff member, V<br />

Reid, contributed musical items<br />

and supper was provided by<br />

virtue of the time honoured<br />

tradition of ‘ladies a plate.’<br />

By <strong>February</strong> 1950, attendance<br />

was recorded as “between 50-60”<br />

and it was resolved to raise funds<br />

for extra bike sheds and the provision<br />

of football jerseys.<br />

Meeting topics in 1950 included<br />

‘moas’ (a talk presented by<br />

the newly-appointed director of<br />

the Canterbury Museum, Roger<br />

Duff) and a discussion about the<br />

role of speech therapists.<br />

A later meeting featured<br />

entertainment from the school<br />

choir.<br />

In 1951, a PTA attendance<br />

banner was created and was first<br />

won my Mr Mintrom’s standard<br />

1 class, of which 45 per cent of<br />

parents’ attended meetings.<br />

In September of that year, a<br />

panel wrestled with questions<br />

including whether or not there<br />

should be a school uniform, if it<br />

was desirable to have an annual<br />

school picnic and the knotty<br />

issue of whether the modern<br />

child was listening to too many<br />

radio serials instead of attending<br />

to homework.<br />

A year later, form 2 pupils<br />

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Although this<br />

photograph was<br />

taken in 1926,<br />

when the second<br />

Papanui Primary<br />

School was<br />

opened, the view<br />

from Winters Rd<br />

would have been<br />

the same in the<br />

late 1940s ​<br />

were invited as guests for the<br />

evening to mark their imminent<br />

departure to secondary school.<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 15<br />

Boys’ High dominate<br />

SPORTS<br />

youth cricket awards<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ High<br />

School dominated the Metro<br />

Cricket annual youth awards<br />

ceremony at St Andrew’s College<br />

on Wednesday night.<br />

CBHS year 9 students Zak<br />

Foulkes, Nick Cooke, Ollie<br />

Curtis and Riley Butt all picked<br />

up individual awards.<br />

The city’s top young players<br />

were recognised for their<br />

efforts over the past year and<br />

competition-winning teams<br />

received their trophies.<br />

CBHS also represented<br />

Canterbury on the national<br />

stage, winning the recent<br />

Secondary School Boys’ First XI<br />

Cup at Lincoln University. On<br />

top of the four individual awards<br />

they also collected four team<br />

trophy’s at the ceremony.<br />

Canterbury and former New<br />

Zealand age group player Theo<br />

van Woerkom was on hand to<br />

present the awards.<br />

Youth champions<br />

•Year 9 C grade – St<br />

Andrew’s White<br />

•Year 9 B grade – Christ’s B<br />

•Year 9A one day and two<br />

day – St Bede’s<br />

•Year 10 – South West<br />

cricket<br />

•Youth open – St Bede’s<br />

youth XI<br />

•Second Grade Trophy –<br />

St Bede’s colts<br />

First XI champions<br />

•Bowl one day – St Bede’s<br />

second XI<br />

•Bowl two day – St<br />

Andrew’s third XI<br />

•Cup one day and two day<br />

– CBHS third XI blue<br />

•Championship one day<br />

and two day – CBHS first XI<br />

Year 9 individual awards<br />

Batting<br />

•Zak Foulkes (CBHS)<br />

– scored 316 runs at an<br />

average of 79<br />

•Matt Boyle (St Bede’s) –<br />

scored 613 at an average of<br />

153<br />

Bowling<br />

•Nick Cooke (CBHS) – took<br />

WINNER: Ollie<br />

Curtis won the<br />

year 9 allrounder<br />

award.<br />

He recently<br />

scored 120 not<br />

out against<br />

Nelson<br />

College.<br />

20 wickets for the season at<br />

an average of nine.<br />

•Mason Cumming (St<br />

Bede’s) – took 16 wickets at<br />

an average of 4.9<br />

All-rounder<br />

•Ollie Curtis (CBHS) –<br />

scored 279 runs at 39.9<br />

and took 15 wickets at<br />

7.9<br />

Fielding<br />

•Riley Butt (CBHS) – took<br />

13 dismissals; eight catches<br />

and five stumpings<br />

First XI individual awards<br />

Batting<br />

•Liam Campbell (St<br />

Bede’s) – scored 537 runs at<br />

an average of 38<br />

Bowling<br />

•Liam McBreen-Smith (St<br />

Andrew’s) – took 33 wickets<br />

at an average of 14.<br />

Paralympians promote<br />

their sport at open day<br />

MIDDLE GRANGE School<br />

sprint sensation William<br />

Stedman joined several hundred<br />

people at the Paralympics New<br />

Zealand open day at Cowles<br />

Stadium on Saturday.<br />

Three of Canterbury’s Paralympians<br />

attended the event,<br />

including Stedman, 17; former<br />

St Andrew’s College student and<br />

javelin thrower Caitlin Dore; and<br />

para-sailor Andrew May.<br />

“It’s pretty cool seeing all<br />

these people here wanting to<br />

get involved in para-sport,” said<br />

Stedman.<br />

“My family and I were lucky<br />

enough to be in the United Kingdom<br />

when the London 2012 Paralympics<br />

were on coincidentally.<br />

I saw all these people, with the<br />

same disability as me, running. I<br />

found it really inspiring that they<br />

were on the world stage.<br />

Inspired:<br />

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Stedman<br />

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Rio bronze<br />

medals with<br />

a young fan<br />

at Saturday’s<br />

open day. ​<br />

“We got back to New Zealand<br />

and I joined the (Port Hills)<br />

athletics club and it started from<br />

there.”<br />

The open day was the last in a<br />

three-part series, with the first<br />

event taking place in Auckland<br />

and the second taking place in<br />

Cambridge.<br />

Disabled people of all ages<br />

were able to participate in a<br />

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attended, including<br />

Blind Sport New Zealand and<br />

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Interactive sessions were held<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

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Ph 03 348 2445<br />

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Ph 03 348 5305<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 17<br />

Variety Concert<br />

Tuesday, 7.30pm<br />

A free, variety concert<br />

featuring bands, choirs and<br />

individual performers in<br />

the church to celebrate the<br />

completion of the repair and<br />

strengthening of St Barnabas.<br />

You will need a ticket, go to<br />

stbarnabas.org.nz to book.<br />

to attend every session.<br />

Free entry, St Barnabas, 8 Tui St,<br />

Fendalton Library, 4 Jefferies<br />

Fendalton<br />

Rd, Burnside.<br />

Science Snippets in the Library<br />

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Science Alive! presents a free<br />

after school science programme<br />

in selected libraries across<br />

Christchurch.There will be<br />

fun science activities and new<br />

interesting topics each week.<br />

Our qualified educators lead<br />

children through interactive<br />

activities to stimulate their<br />

interest in science.<br />

Free entry, Shirley Library, 36<br />

Marshland Rd, Shirley.<br />

Social Indoor Bowls<br />

Today, 10am<br />

Do you enjoy playing indoor<br />

bowls? If so, come along to the<br />

Bishopdale Community Trust<br />

and play a fun version with our<br />

happy group of players. Free<br />

entry.<br />

Sundbye House, 100 Farrington<br />

Ave, Bishopdale<br />

Papanui Book Club<br />

Today, 10-11am<br />

With no set book to read, this<br />

is a relaxed and social group who<br />

talk about what book or books<br />

they have been reading.<br />

Free entry, Papanui Library, 35<br />

Langdons Rd, [Edition Papanui. datE]<br />

2<br />

Reading to Dogs<br />

Today, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Designed to provide a relaxed,<br />

non-threatening atmosphere<br />

which encourages children to<br />

practise their reading skills and<br />

develop a love of reading.The programme<br />

uses dogs who are the<br />

beloved pets of the city council<br />

animal management team. These<br />

pets have all been trained and<br />

tested for health, safety and temperament.<br />

Bookings are essential,<br />

phone 941 7923.<br />

Free entry, Shirley Library, 36<br />

Marshland Rd, Shirley.<br />

Bishopdale Walking Group<br />

Wednesday, 10.30-11.30am<br />

Take a gentle walk around the<br />

local area. Walks are on average<br />

30min. The group is very friendly<br />

and open to all abilities. They<br />

have a walk ’n’ talk approach. Stay<br />

for a cuppa and chat afterwards.<br />

Gold coin donation.<br />

Sundbye House, 100 Farrington<br />

Ave, Bishopdale<br />

Knit and Yarn<br />

Thursday, 2-3.30pm<br />

Take your knitting hobby to the<br />

library. This is a way of enjoying<br />

your craft in a social environment.<br />

Share your skills and tricks<br />

with other knitters or learn something<br />

new while you’re there. This<br />

is a weekly group but no pressure<br />

CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />

Christchurch School of Music<br />

The Christchurch School of Music is a family-oriented<br />

community aimed at providing quality music education in and<br />

around Christchurch.<br />

We have an exciting offer for all new enrolments for <strong>2017</strong>,<br />

where you will receive $775 worth of lessons for just $450! All<br />

you have to do is click here to enrol before January 15th, <strong>2017</strong>:<br />

http://www.csm.org.nz/enrol/<br />

This deal includes: 1 year of group lessons for beginners on<br />

recorder, flute, clarinet, violin, ukulele, guitar or voice (worth<br />

$525), FREE instrument hire where instruments are available<br />

(worth $110), FREE joining of a performance ensemble for the<br />

second semester (worth $140).<br />

We also have individual lessons and ensembles for a wide<br />

range of instruments available too, for any age and from<br />

beginner through to experienced - explore our website www.<br />

csm.org.nz to learn more.<br />

CSM is a not-for-profit organisation with a strong focus on<br />

community. On a Saturday morning the whole family can find<br />

something to suit. Preschool children can start their musical<br />

journey by joining in our experiential “Take Off with Music”<br />

while older children and adults may opt for group or individual<br />

lessons on a specific instrument (including voice). Those who<br />

USE THE RED CROSS ADVANTAGE -<br />

COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID,<br />

ESSENTIAl FIRST AID, REVAlIDATION<br />

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already play are welcome to join in one of the great ensembles<br />

which all take part in regular concerts including Saturday<br />

soirees and the popular annual Showcase Concert. Recitals<br />

where individuals can perform are also held regularly.<br />

CSM also provides a comprehensive music education to<br />

participating primary schools via its Outreach programmes.<br />

With programmes offered in band, strings, recorder and ukulele<br />

in a wide range of Christchurch schools this is an area of the<br />

School, which has grown fast over the last few years.<br />

Another area that has grown rapidly over the last few years<br />

is the Late Starters programme where adults approaching<br />

retirement with more time on their hands have really enjoyed<br />

learning an instrument they never had the chance to play in<br />

their early years and join an ensemble with other like-minded<br />

adults.<br />

If Saturday isn’t an option, CSM also offers a range of<br />

weekday opportunities for learning and playing music.<br />

If affordability is an issue, CSM may be able to offer a<br />

discount through funding provided by the Rata Foundation.<br />

Please contact us via our website www.csm.org.nz and let<br />

us start you on a musical journey that will bring pleasure for<br />

a lifetime.<br />

16 Hours Thursday/Friday<br />

20 & <strong>21</strong> April<br />

16 Hours Saturday/Sunday<br />

18 & 19 March<br />

Meditation and Buddhism<br />

Thursday, 7.30-9.30pm<br />

These classes are based on Buddha’s<br />

teachings on the mind, but<br />

you do not need to be a Buddhist<br />

to attend or to benefit from them.<br />

Each class consists of two guided<br />

meditations and an explanatory<br />

talk. Everyone is welcome.<br />

Suggested $10 donation, St<br />

Albans Community Centre, 1049<br />

Colombo St.<br />

Super Saturday Storytime<br />

Saturday, 11-11.45am<br />

Encourage learning through<br />

a love for stories and craft.<br />

Storytimes is an interactive programme<br />

including stories, songs,<br />

rhymes and play.<br />

Free entry, Shirley Library, 36<br />

Marshland Rd, Shirley.<br />

Laughter Club<br />

Sunday, 11am-noon.<br />

Feel like a laugh? There aren’t<br />

any jokes or funny stories at the<br />

laughter club, instead it’s a chance<br />

to laugh at nothing and relax.<br />

There are exercises to focus on<br />

breathing and stretching.<br />

Entry $2, Scottish Society Hall,<br />

cnr of Edgeware and Caledonian<br />

Rds, St Albans.<br />

The portrait painting club will be held from 9am-1pm on<br />

Saturday. This course focuses on drawing human faces to<br />

make the likeness of the subject or photo using light and<br />

shadows, tonal values and limited palette. There will be a<br />

demonstration and individual assistant to help you through<br />

your artwork. You will be working in a small group with a<br />

relaxing and friendly environment where everyone can<br />

feel successful and appreciate the product and process of<br />

making art. Booking a spot is essential so phone 0<strong>21</strong> 120 <strong>21</strong>70<br />

or tahanartstudio@gmail.com. Admission is free. Avice Hill Art<br />

and Craft Centre, 395 Memorial Ave, Burnside.<br />

NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS - GLOBAL LEADERS IN FIRST AID TRAINING<br />

CHRISTCHURCH COURSE DATES <strong>2017</strong> • VENUE: 32 BIRMINGHAM DRIVE, MIDDLETON<br />

Comprehensive First Aid PLUS Course (16hrs or 4hr upgrade)<br />

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 and 25411 or 26552, 26551, 6400 and 25411<br />

Cost $285.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST for 16 hours or $85.00 per<br />

person for upgrade following completion of CFA<br />

Time: Day One 8.30am – 5.30pm Day Two 8.30am – 5pm<br />

4 Hours Friday 1.15pm-5pm<br />

<strong>21</strong> April<br />

4 Hours Sunday<br />

19 March<br />

Comprehensive First Aid Course (12hrs)<br />

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 or 26552, 26551, 6400<br />

Cost $225.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST<br />

Time: Day One & Day Two 8.30am - 3.15pm Time: Day One 8.30am - 5.30pm<br />

2 x Monday<br />

6 & 13 March<br />

2 x Tuesday<br />

<strong>21</strong> & 28 March<br />

4 & 11 April<br />

2 x Wednesdays<br />

1 & 8 March<br />

15 & 22 March<br />

Thursday/Friday<br />

23 & 24 <strong>February</strong><br />

2 & 3 March<br />

Day Two 8.30am - 12.45pm<br />

Thursday/Friday<br />

20 & <strong>21</strong> April<br />

Weekends<br />

25 & 26 <strong>February</strong><br />

18 & 19 March<br />

Essential First Aid Course (8hrs)<br />

Unit Standard 6402, 6401 or 26551, 26552<br />

Cost $155.00 per person Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm<br />

Monday<br />

6 March<br />

Tuesday<br />

<strong>21</strong> March<br />

4 April<br />

Wednesday<br />

15 March<br />

26 April<br />

M Learning (App.) First Aid Courses<br />

Practical First Aid<br />

Unit Standards 6402, 6401<br />

Cost $155.00 per person<br />

Time: 4 hours 8.30am-12.45pm<br />

Wednesday 8 March<br />

Workplace First Aid<br />

Unit Standards 6400, 6401, 6402<br />

Cost $225.00 per person<br />

Time: 8 hours 8.30am-5.30pm<br />

Tuesday 28 March<br />

NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS<br />

GLOBAL LEADERS IN FIRST AID TRAINING<br />

Christchurch Course Dates <strong>2017</strong><br />

Venue: 32 Birmingham Drive, Middleton<br />

First Aid Revalidation Course (6 hours)<br />

Cost $130.00 per person (certificates must not have<br />

expired for more than 3 months)<br />

Time: 8.30am – 3.15pm<br />

Monday<br />

27 <strong>February</strong><br />

13 March<br />

Tuesday<br />

28 March<br />

11 April<br />

Wednesday<br />

8 March<br />

22 March<br />

Friday<br />

3 March<br />

17 March<br />

For bookings please call 0800 REDCROSS or 339-7111<br />

Book online at www.redcross.org.nz<br />

USE THE RED CROSS ADVANTAGE - COMPREHENSIVE FIRST AID, ESSENTIAL FIRST AID,<br />

REVALIDATION OR TAILORED TRAINING TO SUIT yOU AT yOUR PLACE OR OURS.<br />

Thursday<br />

2 March<br />

30 March<br />

FOR BOOKINGS PLEASE CALL 0800 REDCROSS OR 339-7111 • BOOK ONLINE AT WWW.REDCROSS.ORG.NZ<br />

Sunday<br />

26 <strong>February</strong><br />

19 March<br />

M Learning Workplace Revalidation Course (4 hours)<br />

Cost $130.00 per person (certificates must not have<br />

expired for more than 3 months)<br />

Time: 8.30am – 12.45pm<br />

Tuesday<br />

28 <strong>February</strong><br />

Friday<br />

24 March<br />

Saturday<br />

11 March<br />

Saturday<br />

25 <strong>February</strong><br />

18 March


18<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Have you been declined surgery or<br />

medical treatment by your DHB ?<br />

If so, we may be able to help you.<br />

Cantabrians in need, who meet our criteria,<br />

can be offered treatment FREE of charge.<br />

Who can access our services?<br />

• People who have been turned down in writing for treatment by the DHB<br />

• People who do not have medical insurance nor the means to pay for treatment<br />

privately (this is means tested)<br />

What services do we provide?<br />

The types of services include:<br />

• General surgery (abdominal, rectal etc)<br />

• Colonoscopy<br />

• Vascular (severe varicose veins)<br />

• Gynaecology and women’s health<br />

• Upper limb orthopaedics<br />

• Oral surgery and dentistry (conditions apply)<br />

• Cataract surgery<br />

• Counselling services (self-referral)<br />

What do I need to do if I think I qualify for help<br />

from the Charity Hospital?<br />

Ask your GP or dentist to refer you to the Canterbury Charity Hospital. Although<br />

most GPs are aware of the referral process, you might want to take this article with<br />

you when you visit them.<br />

Please do not contact the hospital directly.<br />

Where can I get more information?<br />

Visit our website www.charityhospital.org.nz<br />

All services provided by the hospital are free of charge thanks to the generosity of<br />

our unpaid volunteer surgeons, nurses and supporters. The Charity Hospital does<br />

not receive any Government funding.<br />

I don’t need help, but would like to help<br />

If you are a health professional and can offer your time or if you can assist<br />

financially we would love to hear from you via email to:<br />

reception@charityhospital.org.nz


NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 19<br />

FOCUS ON HEALTH<br />

The power of chlorophyll<br />

Chlorophyll is a truly amazing substance<br />

with powerful health benefits. It is the green<br />

pigment found in plants they use to make<br />

energy through photosynthesis. It is a rich<br />

source of natural minerals, vitamins, amino<br />

acids and antioxidants, which are essential<br />

in balancing and maintaining the alkalinity<br />

of the body. Ideally we want our body to<br />

be slightly alkaline as an acidic body is<br />

prone to unhealthy organisms that can<br />

damage organs, the immune system and<br />

may lead to allergies, asthma, congestion,<br />

fatigue, frequent colds, headaches,<br />

inflammation, joint and muscle pain, skin<br />

problems, ulcers, weight gain and over<br />

the long term arthritis, cancer, diabetes,<br />

fibromyalgia, heart disease, multiple<br />

sclerosis, osteoporosis and stroke. The<br />

biggest contributor to acidity in the body is<br />

our modern diet. Excess acidity is caused<br />

by eating processed foods, too much animal<br />

protein, dairy products and processed<br />

grains such as corn and wheat. Normally<br />

the kidneys maintain our acid/alkaline<br />

balance by adjusting the electrolyte levels<br />

in the body. The electrolytes are calcium,<br />

magnesium, potassium and sodium. The<br />

best source of these electrolytes is raw<br />

fruits and vegetables as cooking depletes<br />

alkalising minerals. Green drinks made<br />

with fresh vegetables or powders are very<br />

alkalising as they contain chlorophyll.<br />

Chlorophyll is structurally similar to our<br />

own blood and alkalises the blood.<br />

Chlorophyll is available in concentrated<br />

liquid form and is an ideal way to help<br />

alkalise and mineralise the body. Generally<br />

5-15ml is taken straight or diluted in<br />

water or juice. Chlorophyll is a powerful<br />

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body and blood. It acts as a natural internal<br />

deodoriser, helping with body odour, bad<br />

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and supporting overall health and wellbeing.<br />

Chlorophyll supports efficient<br />

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• A consulting room available for health<br />

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• A hairdressing and beauty salon.<br />

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20<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Hip pain: Do I have arthritis or<br />

could it be mainly my muscles?<br />

The team at Physical Sense in<br />

Sydenham sees clients with a<br />

range of symptoms but many<br />

of their middle-aged and senior<br />

clients visit complaining of pain in one or<br />

both hips.<br />

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests<br />

that a major part of the pain could be due<br />

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.<br />

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason<br />

for the pain may be the muscles around<br />

the joint,” she explains. Alternatively, a back<br />

muscle could also be the cause, as shown in<br />

the image.<br />

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year old<br />

client with severe arthritis who walked with<br />

a stick, told her, “I will end up in a wheelchair,<br />

I cannot put any weight through my right<br />

leg due to pain in my hip and buttock”.<br />

“Within 4 treatments, she was walking with<br />

her stick but without the severe pain,” says<br />

Ietje. “The arthritis was one of the factors<br />

that made her muscles spasm but the other<br />

was that older people move less and the<br />

flexed position the hip is in when we sit is<br />

particularly bad for the hip.” Ietje is happy<br />

with the fact that although the client was 89<br />

and could have been “given up on” or told<br />

to live with the pain, she made a difference<br />

to her health and wellbeing.<br />

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques<br />

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation<br />

techniques) are used to release the muscles.<br />

The client also gets a home exercise program<br />

designed to mobilize and stretch the hip,<br />

strengthen the important core muscles and<br />

increase general strength and balance. They<br />

teach a movement sequence that stretches<br />

the hip in all directions whilst the client is<br />

able to lie safely on their bed, perfect for<br />

older or less mobile clients.<br />

In many cases having the muscles<br />

released and being taught how to maintain<br />

Hip muscle that causes hip pain<br />

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)<br />

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.<br />

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,<br />

some maintenance therapy may be<br />

necessary, but that is often more affordable<br />

and, for older patients, better tolerated than<br />

surgery. In very few treatments the client<br />

will know if it is going to work for them or<br />

not, without financial commitment.<br />

Physical Sense Gym & Physio is located<br />

at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham. There is<br />

Back hip muscle that causes hip pain<br />

a bus stop in front of the door and there is<br />

ample parking. To enquire about specialised<br />

exercise classes or physiotherapy treatment,<br />

phone 377-2577 or visit www.triggerpoints.<br />

co.nz.<br />

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Open from 5.30pm<br />

FRIDAY, SATURDAY<br />

& SUNDAY<br />

FRIDAY SPECIAL:<br />

SIRLOIN STEAK<br />

or<br />

CHICKEN BREAST<br />

WITH JACKET POTATO<br />

& SALAD BAR<br />

$22!<br />

SUNDAY SPECIAL:<br />

3 courses<br />

$25<br />

NOW OPEN FOR<br />

SUNDAY<br />

BRUNCH<br />

By the Seaside!<br />

10.30am-2.30pm<br />

202 Marine Parade<br />

Ph 388-9416<br />

Members, guests and affiliates welcome<br />

Open 7 Days from 5.30pm<br />

OFFICIAL ENTRY NUMBER:<br />

WHAT’S ON<br />

RECKLESS<br />

7PM THIS FRIDAY<br />

in Whitfords Bar<br />

The ROCK BAND<br />

7PM THIS SATURDAY<br />

in Whitfords Bar<br />

SUPER RUGBY IS BACK!<br />

MATCHES SHOWN IN WHITFORDS!<br />

WEDNESDAYS<br />

RETRO ROAST<br />

LUNCH<br />

12PM-1.30PM<br />

$10 Members / $12 Non<br />

H ORNBY<br />

WORKINGMEN’S<br />

CLUB<br />

«WHAT'S ON«<br />

THIS WEEKEND<br />

FRIDAY 24 FEB, 7.30PM<br />

THE DIXIE PRIX<br />

SUMMER HOE-DOWN<br />

TICKETS $15<br />

SATURDAY 25 FEB, 4.30PM<br />

THE BUSKER<br />

8PM IAN MAC<br />

SUNDAY 26 FEB, 1.30PM<br />

ANNETTE’S HEART<br />

OF THE COUNTRY<br />

$6 ENTRY<br />

Club<br />

CAFE<br />

OPEN 7 DAYS LUNCH & DINNER<br />

Gluten Free & Vegetarian options<br />

Hornby WMC<br />

17 Carmen Rd, Hornby<br />

Phone 03 349 9026<br />

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz<br />

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


NOR’WEST NEWS Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 23<br />

‘Famous for their roasts!’<br />

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ<br />

Kid's SPECIAL<br />

Two courses<br />

Seniors SPECIAL<br />

Two courses<br />

$10<br />

We are family friendly. Great Kids menu plus designated play area.<br />

Soup/Roast or<br />

Roast/Dessert<br />

Special available lunch only<br />

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm<br />

$20<br />

Start your<br />

day with us<br />

We are open from 6.30am<br />

Cooked<br />

breakfasts<br />

$18<br />

Check out our extensive<br />

breakfast menu from<br />

Continental to Cooked<br />

The<br />

RACECOURSE HOTEL<br />

& Motorlodge<br />

118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,<br />

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150<br />

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz<br />

Lunch & Dinner<br />

All you can eat, 7 days<br />

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088<br />

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant www.gardenhotel.co.nz<br />

NOW SERVING<br />

available<br />

from<br />

9am<br />

Breakfast<br />

HAPPY<br />

HOUR<br />

5PM - 7PM<br />

DAILY<br />

Live Music:<br />

Mandi Miller<br />

6PM.FRI.24 FEB<br />

PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH<br />

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD<br />

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132


24<br />

Tuesday <strong>February</strong> <strong>21</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

$<br />

8 99<br />

kg<br />

Fresh NZ Lamb<br />

Shoulder Chops<br />

99 c head<br />

Fresh Cut Broccoli<br />

2for<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

Coke/Sprite/Fanta/Lift/L&P 1.5L<br />

$<br />

2 99<br />

kg<br />

New Season NZ<br />

Beauty Apples<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

each<br />

Tip Top Ice Cream 2L<br />

3<br />

for<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

Griffin’s Wines/Arrowroot/Malt/Gingernuts/Krispie 250g<br />

$<br />

9 00<br />

each<br />

Alpine Mild/Colby/Edam Cheese 1kg<br />

$<br />

31 99<br />

pack<br />

DB/Export Gold/Tui<br />

24 x 330ml Bottles<br />

$<br />

13 99<br />

each<br />

Villa Maria Cellar Selection 750ml<br />

(Excludes Pinot Noir/Syrah)<br />

2<br />

for<br />

$<br />

30 00<br />

Huggies Nappy Pants 26-31 Pack/Bulk Pack Nappies<br />

30-54 Pack<br />

FreshChoice Merivale<br />

189 Papanui Road, Christchurch<br />

Open 7am – 9pm, 7 days.<br />

FreshChoice.co.nz FreshChoiceNZ 355 4432<br />

FreshChoice Merivale<br />

Certain products may not be available in all stores. Savings are based on non-promotional price. Limits may apply.<br />

Prices apply from Tuesday <strong>21</strong>st <strong>February</strong> to Sunday 26th <strong>February</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, or while stocks last.<br />

Owned and<br />

operated<br />

by locals<br />

FCNO<strong>21</strong>02

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