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• By Julia Evans<br />

TOUCHING DOWN in the<br />

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St Bede’s College students were<br />

part of a team that went over to<br />

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•Turn to page 7<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

VANDALS WITH bolt cutters,<br />

angle grinders and winches are<br />

costing ratepayers thousands<br />

at Lake Roto Kohatu<br />

reserve.<br />

Department of<br />

Conservation rangers<br />

have had to deal with<br />

deer fences being cut,<br />

boulders moved and<br />

there have even been<br />

wooden posts pulled out<br />

of the ground with car<br />

winches.<br />

Alcohol-fuelled social<br />

gatherings seem to<br />

bring the vandals to the<br />

Harewood reserve, Fendalton-<br />

Waimairi-Harewood Community<br />

David Cartwright<br />

Board chairman David Cartwright<br />

said.<br />

But the real problem is how<br />

wilful the damage is and the<br />

lengths these vandals are going to<br />

create chaos, he said.<br />

“They’re actively and<br />

wilfully being vandals.<br />

They need to front up to<br />

some of the costs,” he said.<br />

Costs that are landing<br />

back on ratepayers. That<br />

is causing concern for the<br />

board, which is currently<br />

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from city council staff<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Inside<br />

THE VANDALS at Lake Roto<br />

Kohatu sound like they need<br />

something else to keep themselves<br />

busy.<br />

They’re certainly going to<br />

extreme lengths to cause nothing<br />

but damage (see page 1). They<br />

might like to seek a quieter hobby<br />

which doesn’t cost ratepayers.<br />

Maybe they could check out<br />

page 7 and head to Bookarama at<br />

Burnside High School this week?<br />

The Rotary Club of Bishopdale<br />

Burnside has certainly put a lot of<br />

time and effort sorting through<br />

books donated by the community.<br />

After the vandals have got a<br />

good read to keep them busy, they<br />

can head down and watch northwest<br />

school rugby teams in the<br />

UC Championship this weekend.<br />

On page 9, St Bede’s College is<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 3<br />

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Northlands settle crossing dispute<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

A SIGNALISED pedestrian<br />

crossing had until recently been<br />

a source of conflict between the<br />

city council and the owners of<br />

Northlands Shopping Centre.<br />

Investment<br />

company Kiwi<br />

Property said it<br />

was concerned<br />

with the lack of<br />

communication<br />

from the city<br />

Mike<br />

Davidson<br />

council over the<br />

placement of<br />

the pedestrian<br />

crossing, proposed for Main<br />

North Rd between Halliwell Ave<br />

and Proctor St.<br />

Expansions to the mall would<br />

have been unachievable if the<br />

city council’s plan got the goahead,<br />

for which it had been<br />

granted two resource consents.<br />

But a compromise has now<br />

been found after meetings<br />

between city council staff and<br />

Kiwi Property.<br />

The Papanui-Innes<br />

Community Board approved the<br />

revised scheme at its meeting on<br />

Friday.<br />

City council staff and Kiwi<br />

Property are now working<br />

together on a design that moves<br />

the traffic signals slightly<br />

and allows for future mall<br />

expansions and a new entrance.<br />

“The mall is now in full<br />

agreement. Additional meetings<br />

answered their queries,” city<br />

council staff told the board.<br />

The signals aim to address<br />

pedestrian safety, which has<br />

been compromised by the large<br />

number of unsafe crosses taken<br />

between bus stops on Main<br />

North Rd.<br />

The plan was initially put<br />

to the former Shirley-Papanui<br />

Community Board in 2015<br />

where questions around slowing<br />

traffic were also raised.<br />

The signals would be timed<br />

with the lights on Langdons Rd<br />

and Halliwell Ave to keep the<br />

impact to less than five seconds.<br />

“Pedestrian safety trumps a<br />

few seconds delay to motorists,”<br />

city councillor Mike Davidson<br />

said.<br />

But he questioned the jump<br />

in costing. In 2015, the crossing<br />

SAFE: A new<br />

pedestrian<br />

crossing will<br />

replace this<br />

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outside<br />

Northlands<br />

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Centre.<br />

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However, that has since jumped<br />

to more than $450,000.<br />

“That initial cost only included<br />

civil costs, it didn’t include the<br />

traffic signals,” city council staff<br />

said.<br />

The plan will be taken to the<br />

city council for further approval<br />

in May but construction won’t<br />

begin until after the busiest<br />

shopping time of the year –<br />

Christmas.<br />

In Brief<br />

CYCLEWAY UPDATE<br />

The end is in sight for work on<br />

the Papanui Parallel cycleway<br />

along St Albans and Rutland Sts.<br />

Work has entered its final stage<br />

on St Albans St which should be<br />

reopened to two-way traffic by the<br />

end of the month. Once St Albans<br />

St is reopened, Rutland St will go<br />

back to one-way traffic at the start<br />

of May for up to four weeks.<br />

SWIM CLUB SUCCESS<br />

A successful summer for St<br />

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close at the Shirley Intermediate<br />

School pool. The club had 50<br />

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lessons and there were individual<br />

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in New York city. Meanwhile,<br />

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk<br />

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THE MOTHER of all storms was<br />

predicted to hit the country during<br />

Easter.<br />

What actually occurred was a<br />

bit of a fizzer.<br />

Here in Christchurch there<br />

were a few people who would<br />

argue that what they experienced<br />

was hardly a fizzer but thankfully<br />

these incidents were relatively<br />

rare.<br />

Mainly on Good Friday our<br />

troops responded to six flooding<br />

events, one power line down and<br />

a couple of instances<br />

where rain water and electrical<br />

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in was the first use of the year of<br />

heating devices.<br />

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of callouts, a log fire smoking<br />

the house out in Quinns Rd, an<br />

oil fired home heating system<br />

refusing to close down and<br />

a bathroom heater on fire in<br />

Sumner.<br />

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have had the flu or chimney<br />

swept by now.<br />

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STORMY: The Heathcote<br />

River at full capacity and<br />

overflowing.<br />

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the rooftop car park that turned<br />

out to be steam and then an oven<br />

overheating in the supermarket<br />

on Easter Monday.<br />

A real nuisance to management,<br />

retailers and the public.<br />

PAPANUI’S PAST<br />

Land instrumental to social change<br />

Papanui Heritage Group<br />

chairman Murray Williams<br />

looks back at the history<br />

of a significant piece of<br />

land<br />

THE HISTORY of a block of<br />

land bounded by Harewood<br />

Rd, Sails St, Hoani St (formerly<br />

Union St) and Chapel St<br />

(formerly Myrniong St) has<br />

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change in Papanui over a period<br />

of 150 years.<br />

This area, originally part of<br />

Rural Section 203, had been purchased<br />

by John T Matson who<br />

came to Papanui in 1866.<br />

He named the property<br />

Myrniong as a reference to land<br />

previously owned in Victoria by<br />

the Matson family.<br />

After Mr Matson’s death in<br />

1895, his executor tried but<br />

failed to sell the property, which<br />

was described as a “small but<br />

comfortable” home of eight<br />

rooms on a site which featured<br />

“beautiful gardens, an orchard<br />

and paddocks.”<br />

A year later the agent highlighted<br />

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five acres of “high ground with<br />

four frontages to choose from.”<br />

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the Methodist Church for £2750<br />

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develop the house and grounds<br />

as an orphanage.<br />

Over the next two decades<br />

more accommodation was<br />

added but by the early 1930s<br />

it became obvious that the orphanage<br />

complex was no longer<br />

fit for the purpose.<br />

The church purchased a larger<br />

site on the other side of Harewood<br />

Rd where a modern building<br />

was completed in 1934.<br />

A major part of the vacated<br />

block was acquired by the government<br />

and developed as a<br />

state housing settlement, some<br />

of which was available for occupation<br />

in the late 1930s.<br />

A later Ministry of Works diagram<br />

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house and the area allocated for<br />

a reserve as well as private land.<br />

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Land that had once been part<br />

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PAPERBACKS: Rotary Club of Bishopdale Burnside president<br />

Liz Shackelton and president elect Graeme Tapp sorting<br />

through books for the upcoming Bookarama sale.<br />

Find a good read<br />

at Bookarama<br />

VOLUNTEERS HAVE been<br />

sifting through a mountain of<br />

donated books for next week’s<br />

Bookarama.<br />

Organiser Lindsay Crossen<br />

said there are so many books, it<br />

takes at least 30 volunteers to go<br />

through them all.<br />

The Rotary Club of Bishopdale<br />

Burnside event will be held<br />

next week from Thursday to<br />

Sunday at Burnside High School<br />

with all profits going straight<br />

back to the community.<br />

St Bede’s duo help Filipino kids<br />

•From page 1<br />

Keane, 17, and Daniel, 15, said<br />

the trip opened their eyes to how<br />

privileged life in New Zealand<br />

can be.<br />

But the real highlight were the<br />

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including boys as young as eightyears-old<br />

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However, Mr Cartwright fears<br />

it will be an “incomprehensible”<br />

sum.<br />

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THESPIANS: Tigerlily Perry<br />

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• By Julia Evans<br />

YEAR 13 St Margaret’s College<br />

students Kate Jenkins and<br />

Tigerlily Perry have won awards<br />

at the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare<br />

Festival at Papanui High School as<br />

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For their interpretation of<br />

Timon of Athens, Tigerlily was<br />

awarded best actress, and both<br />

girls took out best student director<br />

and outstanding imagination and<br />

commitment to the text awards.<br />

The pair were selected to go<br />

through to the national competition<br />

in Wellington later in the<br />

year.<br />

All three of the school’s studentdirected<br />

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The Winter’s Tale, directed<br />

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strongest use of movement and<br />

stage space.<br />

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Juliet, performed and directed by<br />

Georgia Lund, Meg Fulton and<br />

Nina Hogg, gained most powerful<br />

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Students from St Bede’s College<br />

also performed their version of<br />

The Taming of the Shrew at the<br />

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Ollie Flett from year 13 won the<br />

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Rangi Ruru’s UN ambassador<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

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North-west schools start championship bid<br />

This weekend will see<br />

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Championship with a<br />

number of north-west<br />

schools getting their<br />

campaigns under way.<br />

Andrew King takes a look at<br />

the opening round<br />

St Bede’s College<br />

After finishing outside the top<br />

eight in the 2016 season, St Bede’s<br />

first XV are looking to redeem<br />

themselves.<br />

Coach Gerry Davidson said<br />

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plenty of enthusiasm for the upcoming<br />

season, which they will<br />

open with a game against Lincoln<br />

High.<br />

“We struggled a bit last year,<br />

but we have more depth this year<br />

so that will give us a better shot,”<br />

he said.<br />

He said the team is pretty<br />

much picked for the opener with<br />

only a couple more spots left. He<br />

said the majority of the team are<br />

aged under 17.<br />

“Last year there were six or<br />

seven teams that could beat each<br />

other on the day – it was very<br />

even, which is good for the competition,”<br />

Davidson said.<br />

Christchurch Boys’ High<br />

School<br />

CBHS first XV look<br />

towards defending their UC<br />

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Fresh from a training camp in<br />

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having beaten Southland Boys’<br />

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team is looking good.<br />

CBHS rugby co-ordinator and<br />

assistant coach Rob Smith said<br />

key players in the CBHS setup<br />

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Louie Chapman, fullback<br />

Ryan Barnes, winger Latham<br />

Kelly-Foleni and second-five Alex<br />

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Harford was last year’s top<br />

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He returns to the side as captain.<br />

Last year’s team topped the<br />

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in conversions, with 58.<br />

Smith said the team will be<br />

finalised this week before the<br />

opening game.<br />

Burnside High School<br />

Burnside will look to emulate<br />

their form from last season which<br />

saw them finish eighth, ahead of<br />

northern rivals St Bede’s.<br />

They will open their account<br />

against St Thomas, which finished<br />

11th last year.<br />

The team will have a new<br />

coach after Murray Henderson<br />

departed at the end of last season.<br />

A new coach will be appointed<br />

during the season, a Burnside<br />

rugby spokesman said.<br />

Winning eight from 15 will be<br />

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centre Mikaele Ravalawa,<br />

who was snapped up by the<br />

Canberra Raiders last year.<br />

Ravalawa scored 14 tries and<br />

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St Andrew’s College<br />

St Andrew’s will start their<br />

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Last season was a mixture for<br />

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Head coach Rod MacIntosh<br />

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“We have the philosophy of<br />

including as many players as possible<br />

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“We want to play hard attacking<br />

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Midfielder-turned-hooker<br />

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Richard Rendle<br />

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Bishopdale MeNZ Shed<br />

co-ordinator Richard<br />

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Richard, I hear you’ve got a<br />

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Yes, I was a teacher for almost<br />

30 years. I taught at Christchurch<br />

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of those and at Kaiapoi High<br />

School for 21 years. I’m a chemistry<br />

teacher. I began in 1969<br />

after finishing my degree – I love<br />

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to the kids. I quit teaching when<br />

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stuff come in. I’ve been in early<br />

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you don’t get as much money,<br />

you know. I’ve been involved in<br />

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I asked the editor if there was<br />

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so, so that’s why I quit teaching.<br />

But I ended up doing computerdrawn<br />

artwork for textbooks.<br />

What is it about the sciences<br />

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I think it probably is just how<br />

my brain works. I’m fascinated<br />

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level. The sort of stuff you teach<br />

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to secondary school kids. I’ve<br />

written articles about salt and<br />

some of the elements recently.<br />

Sounds to me that you haven’t<br />

really retired at all.<br />

One of the things that I did<br />

after the artwork, we started<br />

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to use as internal practice ones.<br />

In about 1998 when the new<br />

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few women on maternity leave.<br />

That’s been going since 1998 and<br />

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chemistry scholarship exam.<br />

Tell me about your family?<br />

I’ve got a son who’s a lead scientist<br />

with the Ferrier Research<br />

Institute at Victoria University.<br />

A daughter who is in marketing<br />

at the Nelson Marlborough<br />

Institute of Technology and the<br />

youngest who is a stay-at-home<br />

mum but she’s worked in environmental<br />

science. My wife has<br />

an accounting degree but they<br />

didn’t go that way.<br />

There must be a love for science<br />

in your blood.<br />

I don’t know. I didn’t push<br />

them. In fact I’ve probably done<br />

more with kids since they’ve<br />

grown up and left. I got really<br />

interested in the science of toys<br />

and went in with toys to teach<br />

kids the science behind them.<br />

What other hobbies do you<br />

have to keep you busy?<br />

I’m a gardener, I read and I’m<br />

a guitarist, I had a rock band for<br />

a while – we did about six gigs a<br />

year. We did it for the enjoyment<br />

and played covers of the great<br />

rock songs from the 60s and 70s.<br />

So when did you get into the<br />

MeNZ Shed – how did it come<br />

about?<br />

I’ve always had a workshop<br />

and I really enjoy working there.<br />

I’ve been doing a lot of maintenance<br />

stuff at church. It’s been a<br />

dream of mine to have some sort<br />

of workshop for the community.<br />

I was thinking about young people<br />

with flats and houses without<br />

space for a workshop. I was<br />

down at Mitre 10 in Bishopdale<br />

and there was a pamphlet for the<br />

MeNZ Shed and I said yip, this is<br />

exactly what I want.<br />

Have you always had a strong<br />

connection with the community<br />

or was it just the shed that<br />

about?<br />

I was on the school committee<br />

at Kendal School in the early<br />

80s and I’ve been involved with<br />

Canterbury Science teachers –<br />

But the MeNZ Shed is different<br />

because it’s completely voluntary.<br />

Guys come and go and it’s a<br />

fantastic thing for guys who have<br />

retired. It’s a win-win situation,<br />

because we do a lot of community<br />

work.<br />

What kind of community<br />

work?<br />

We’ve built a lot of planter boxes<br />

for the council social housing.<br />

The council provides the timber<br />

and we build them. We do repairs<br />

and making stuff for pre-schools,<br />

kindergartens and Plunkets. Individuals<br />

come in and say can you<br />

make this for us and we’ll have<br />

a look at it. Or just repairing bits<br />

of furniture that are broken and<br />

they give us a donation. One of<br />

the things we don’t want to do is<br />

we don’t want to take work away<br />

from tradesmen.<br />

Do you find it’s a win for the<br />

community but also win for<br />

you guys coming together and<br />

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Oh definitely, we’ve got a<br />

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We make coffins, which started<br />

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Recently, we were approached<br />

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5 Onions, finely sliced<br />

4 cloves Garlic, crushed<br />

1 piece Fresh ginger, a large<br />

piece, grated<br />

1 splash Olive oil<br />

2 Tbsp Mustard<br />

1 Tbsp Fresh thyme, chopped<br />

¼ tsp Turmeric powder<br />

1 Orange, freshly juiced and<br />

zested<br />

1 Tbsp Sugar<br />

3 Tbsp Vinegar<br />

330 ml Beer<br />

Directions<br />

Slowly cook (sweat) the white<br />

onions, garlic and grated ginger<br />

in a little olive oil, stirring constantly<br />

until the onions soften<br />

and caramelise. Add the mustard,<br />

chopped thyme, turmeric<br />

powder, the zest and juice of an<br />

orange, sugar and vinegar and<br />

stir to combine.<br />

Add the beer and simmer<br />

gently until the liquid has all<br />

but evaporated and the mixture<br />

becomes jammy. Remove relish<br />

to sterilised jars, seal and store in<br />

the fridge.<br />

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Ingredients<br />

6 Navel oranges<br />

1 cup Orange juice<br />

3 Tbsp Apricot jam, or marmalade<br />

3 Tbsp Orange liqueur<br />

Garnish<br />

1¼ cups Water<br />

¼ cup Sugar<br />

1 Tbsp Caster sugar<br />

Directions<br />

Simmer the orange juice and<br />

the jam in a saucepan until the<br />

mixture is reduced by half.<br />

Stir in the liqueur and cool.<br />

Thinly peel two oranges and<br />

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Peel the remaining oranges,<br />

removing as much pith as<br />

possible. Place the oranges in a<br />

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Bring one cup of the water<br />

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12 Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

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Driven<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Sharp price for Subaru Impreza<br />

• Price – Subaru Impreza, $29,990<br />

• Dimensions – Length, 4460mm;<br />

width, 1775mm; height, 1480mm<br />

• Configuration – Four-cylinder,<br />

four-wheel-drive, 1995cc, 115kW,<br />

196Nm, continuously variable<br />

automatic.<br />

• Performance –<br />

0-100km/h, 9.3sec<br />

• Fuel usage – 6.6l/100km<br />

Name our new retirement village<br />

and be in to<br />

WIN $500<br />

A brand new Summerset Retirement Village<br />

is coming soon to Casebrook, joining other<br />

villages around the country including<br />

Summerset in the Orchard (Hastings),<br />

Summerset at the Course (Wellington)<br />

and Summerset by the Ranges (Levin).<br />

We’re asking you to help come up with a<br />

name for our new retirement community.<br />

We’re looking for a name that will give our<br />

village a sense of place, reflecting the<br />

Cavendish Road location – and of course the<br />

name should contain the word ‘Summerset’.<br />

Inspire us with your name for our new<br />

village and you might win $500 – plus you’ll<br />

always know that it was you who named the<br />

place a community will soon call home.<br />

How to enter:<br />

• Competition entries to be emailed to<br />

danielle.hallett@summerset.co.nz or<br />

mailed to Danielle Hallett, Summerset<br />

Group, PO Box 5187, Wellington 6140<br />

or call 03 741 3340<br />

• Competition entry must contain your<br />

proposed village name, along with<br />

your name, address and daytime<br />

phone number.<br />

• The winner will receive a $500 voucher<br />

for a store of their choice.<br />

• The judges’ decision will be final and<br />

no correspondence will be entered into.<br />

• Entries close 5pm, 5 May <strong>2017</strong>. Winners<br />

will be advised by 19 May <strong>2017</strong>.<br />

• By Ross Kiddie<br />

THIRTEEN YEARS ago I<br />

guided an acquaintance into<br />

a new car, it was a Subaru<br />

Impreza and it was a car which<br />

was priced at $<strong>25</strong>,000 with<br />

four-wheel-drive and 2-litre<br />

engine.<br />

My friend still has that car<br />

and it has now travelled faultfree<br />

over 200,000km, scheduled<br />

maintenance has been the only<br />

service cost. I remember writing<br />

at the time how much of a<br />

bargain that car was, and if finances<br />

at the time had allowed,<br />

I may well have purchased an<br />

Impreza as well.<br />

Well, nothing has changed, I<br />

still can’t afford a new car and<br />

now Subaru has another new<br />

Impreza available at a budget<br />

price. For just $5000 more than<br />

the new price in 2004, the newgeneration<br />

model represents<br />

amazing value, and it is stacked<br />

with value features, items<br />

which you wouldn’t ordinarily<br />

expect in a budget car.<br />

The new generation model<br />

gets Eye-sight driver assist<br />

technology, a camera-based<br />

system which is linked to adaptive<br />

cruise control, lane departure<br />

warning, pre-collision assist<br />

and pedestrian avoidance.<br />

Other features for comfort and<br />

convenience include automatic<br />

stop-start as a fuel saving measure,<br />

keyless entry and ignition,<br />

Apple Car Play and Android<br />

Auto capability, along with the<br />

usual features modern cars<br />

include as a matter of course.<br />

The new Impreza still has<br />

the traditional 2-litre, flat-four<br />

(boxer) engine. It has been<br />

developed to a point where<br />

it is state-of-the-art in terms<br />

of power outputs, emission<br />

control and fuel efficiency. In<br />

terms of figures, the quad-camshaft<br />

unit is rated at 115kW<br />

and 196Nm, while a 6.6-litre<br />

per 100km/h (42mpg) combined<br />

cycle fuel usage average<br />

is claimed by Subaru.<br />

Drive is channelled to all<br />

four wheels through a continuously<br />

variable automatic<br />

transmission. Not only does<br />

the four-wheel-drive system<br />

alleviate the fear of grip loss<br />

on loose surfaces, there is a lot<br />

of natural grip supplied on the<br />

seal, the Impreza has handling<br />

ability which is unrealistic for<br />

this class of car.<br />

In the first instance, grip<br />

is supplied by 205/50 x 17in<br />

Turanza tyres, and even though<br />

they aren’t Bridgestone’s sport<br />

specification rubber, the tyres<br />

have prodigious grip. If you<br />

add in a flat and controlled<br />

body balance and drive channelled<br />

constantly through to all<br />

wheels, the handling balance is<br />

biased towards sporty.<br />

That comes without the<br />

springs and dampers being<br />

overly firmed, ride quality is<br />

still paramount to the Subaru<br />

way of manufacture.<br />

Power is directed freely<br />

through the transmission. In<br />

this form the Impreza doesn’t<br />

get the turbocharging system of<br />

its WRX stablemates, but it is<br />

an honest, punchy engine.<br />

In my introduction I mentioned<br />

the high level of specification.<br />

Another useful feature<br />

are the steering wheel-mounted<br />

paddles which the driver<br />

can use to initiate ratio changes<br />

within the CVT system. There’s<br />

also a sequential system at the<br />

main gearshift lever itself, but<br />

as a driver you can be lured<br />

into a sporty sensation if you<br />

utilise the paddles.<br />

However, first and foremost,<br />

the Impreza caters for the family<br />

unit. While sedans are fast<br />

losing popularity, I’m still a bit<br />

of a fan and I’m quite smitten<br />

with Subaru product; together<br />

I’d be sold on the Impreza in<br />

this form.<br />

On-board comfort is high<br />

and space for three rear occupants<br />

isn’t compromised by<br />

compact exterior dimensions.<br />

Subaru’s line-up isn’t extensive,<br />

but the company is far<br />

more than a global niche market<br />

player. All of the models<br />

offered here are functional and<br />

practical, each designed for a<br />

different role. The Impreza is<br />

there to tempt as an entry level<br />

car into the brand.<br />

Just like my friend, those who<br />

do choose to buy Subaru will<br />

be rewarded with reliability,<br />

functionality and a high level<br />

of safety, much of the latter attributed<br />

to the stability and grip<br />

four-wheel-drive offers.<br />

You’d had better be quick,<br />

though, from what I’ve heard<br />

through industry sources the<br />

Impreza in this form is only<br />

available in limited numbers<br />

and is selling fast.<br />

www.summerset.co.nz<br />

Love the life<br />

SUM0463<br />

SUBARU IMPREZA: Stacked with value features..


NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 13<br />

Alphabet Treasure Hunt<br />

Wednesday, all day<br />

Drop in to the library to challenge<br />

children’s alphabetical<br />

detective skills. Can you find the<br />

letter Z?<br />

Free entry, Redwood Library,<br />

339 Main North Rd<br />

Daft Disguises<br />

Wednesday, all day<br />

Children can get their picture<br />

taken wearing one of the disguises,<br />

or go along with your own.<br />

Free entry, Shirley Library, 36<br />

Marshland Rd<br />

Invisible Ink Messages and<br />

Secret Code Breakers<br />

Wednesday, 10.30-11.30am<br />

Children will learn how to<br />

write messages that no one else<br />

can see and find different codes<br />

to send and receive secret messages.<br />

They will make different<br />

spy ciphers and keep their messages<br />

hidden from prying eyes.<br />

Part of the Christchurch City<br />

Libraries holiday activities.<br />

Free entry, Papanui Library, 35<br />

Langdons Rd<br />

Fun with Animals<br />

Thursday, 11am-noon<br />

Animates is hosting some<br />

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Go Well Group – Play Rummikub<br />

Thursday, 1-3pm<br />

Go along to Fendalton Library<br />

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game is an exciting, interactive<br />

strategy game that will test your<br />

wits.<br />

Free entry, Fendalton Library, 4<br />

Jeffreys Rd, Fendalton<br />

Knit ’n’ Yarn<br />

Friday, 10.30-noon<br />

Take your knitting needles<br />

along and enjoy a chat with others<br />

as you knit. This session is for<br />

anyone who loves to knit or who<br />

wants to learn.<br />

Free entry, Papanui Library, 35<br />

Langdons Rd, Papanui<br />

Flash Fiction<br />

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm<br />

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New Zealand Secondary Schools Symphony Orchestra concert will be an excellent<br />

opportunity to introduce those new to symphonic music to the power, energy and vibrancy of<br />

the symphony orchestra in a short one-hour programme. It will introduce the NZSSSO <strong>2017</strong><br />

programme of 105 students from 46 schools around New Zealand. Conducted by Natalia<br />

Raspopova, the programme will include a selection of the works students have been preparing<br />

over the six-day orchestral course. Friday from 5pm and Saturday from 7pm – entry is $5 at the<br />

Charles Luney Auditorium at St Margaret’s College, 12 Winchester St.<br />

library to write some fast flash<br />

fiction. Suitable for ages 13 to 18<br />

but registration is required.<br />

Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys<br />

Rd, Fendalton<br />

Guinea Pigs on Show<br />

Saturday, 10am-2pm<br />

Enter your pet guinea pig in<br />

the public show to win categories<br />

including fastest Easter and<br />

fancy dress. Come early to see<br />

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Gold coin entry, St Paul’s Anglican<br />

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Drawing Classes<br />

Monday, 10-11.30am<br />

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will finish with a group exhibition<br />

at the centre. Over six weeks<br />

participants will learn some<br />

basic skills that will enable them<br />

to gain confidence. The course<br />

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coloured pencil, pen, felt and<br />

ink. It is open to anyone who<br />

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Scrabble Club<br />

Wednesday, 11am-noon<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 15<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

Welcome to the good life!<br />

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Auction: This Thursday - 27th <strong>April</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, 10am Gold Auction Rooms, 471 Papanui Rd, Chch<br />

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing # PI46747<br />

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surround-sound speakers with sliders out<br />

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The spacious open plan kitchen/living/<br />

dining area enjoys dancing sunbeams<br />

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facing aspect, a kitchen skylight and<br />

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soft-close drawers and breakfast bar.<br />

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splashback and beautiful laminated finish<br />

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water/filter system, abundance of storage<br />

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heating in the kitchen, dining and<br />

bathrooms.<br />

Outside, the entire length of the house is<br />

adorned with a beautiful low maintenance<br />

composite deck, which enjoys surroundsound<br />

speakers and offers up a private<br />

entertainment area nicely protected from<br />

the easterly winds, plus a separate BBQ area<br />

with lighting, power and a gas bayonet. The<br />

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framed by landscaped flower beds<br />

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Mill & Groynes Conservation Reserves<br />

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‘Famous for their roasts!’<br />

School<br />

Holidays<br />

Sights set on LA<br />

RISING Country Music artist, Molly<br />

G appears at the Hornby WMC this<br />

Friday.<br />

The concert is a special fund raising<br />

event to help Molly G finance travels<br />

to Los Angeles in June, where she will<br />

be competing in the World<br />

Championships of Performing Arts.<br />

Currently living in Cambridge,<br />

Molly is originally from Ashburton.<br />

She only started singing a few years<br />

ago and despite being in her early<br />

teens, already has a number of awards<br />

to her credit including NZ Junior<br />

Entertainer of the Year. She is a multiinstrumentalist<br />

(5 string banjo, guitar,<br />

mandolin, and double bass), has<br />

organised and performed fund-raising<br />

concerts for Starship Hospital, has<br />

recently released her first single<br />

‘Where Were You?’, and appeared at<br />

numerous festivals and events across<br />

the country.<br />

A stellar lineup of artists are rocking<br />

up to support Molly G at her show<br />

next week - Allan Barron (MC);<br />

Academy of Country Music graduate<br />

Jayden Shingleton; Lanae & Bruce Hill<br />

(Ashburton duo); with backing by the<br />

well respected Sha-low band.<br />

Also making a special appearance will be Joining Forces,<br />

a Country/Pop fusion duo comprising Molly G and<br />

Cameron Walsh (Sha-low).<br />

Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a stunning line-up of<br />

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Molly G and friends appear at the HWMC Westview<br />

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MON: ROAST MEAL<br />

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Sunday 14th May<br />

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20 Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

$<br />

5 99<br />

kg<br />

ANZAC Day - All stores are open from 1pm.<br />

Fresh NZ Pork Leg Roast<br />

(Excludes Free Range)<br />

Country Fresh<br />

Washed Nadine<br />

Potatoes 4kg<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

bag<br />

$<br />

39 79<br />

pack<br />

Steinlager Pure/Stella Artois<br />

24 x 330ml Bottles<br />

$<br />

7 99<br />

each<br />

Selaks Premium Selection<br />

750ml<br />

Plus<br />

Nature’s<br />

Fresh Bread<br />

700g<br />

2 for<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

$<br />

2 00<br />

ea $<br />

8 99<br />

ea<br />

Hellers Shaved<br />

Ham 100g<br />

Signature Range Mild/<br />

Colby/Edam Cheese 1kg<br />

$<br />

4 00<br />

ea<br />

$<br />

1 99<br />

kg<br />

2 for<br />

$<br />

7 00<br />

Sanitarium Weet-Bix 750g<br />

NZ Queen Apples<br />

Just Juice/Citrus Tree<br />

Fruit Juice/Drink 2.4/2.8L<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>25</strong>th <strong>April</strong> to Sunday 30th <strong>April</strong> <strong>2017</strong>, or while stocks last.<br />

Owned and<br />

operated<br />

by locals<br />

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