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Helping out in the Philippines

• By Julia Evans

TOUCHING DOWN in the

Philippines capital, Manila, two

St Bede’s College students were

part of a team that went over to

help poor youth.

From St Joesph’s Catholic

Church, the 13-strong team

included doctors, teachers, an

engineer, a tradesman, a hairdresser

and the church priest,

as well as the two St Bede’s

teenagers, Keane Patrick Harrington

and Daniel Kofoed.

•Turn to page 7

• By Julia Evans

VANDALS WITH bolt cutters,

angle grinders and winches are

costing ratepayers thousands

at Lake Roto Kohatu

reserve.

Department of

Conservation rangers

have had to deal with

deer fences being cut,

boulders moved and

there have even been

wooden posts pulled out

of the ground with car

winches.

Alcohol-fuelled social

gatherings seem to

bring the vandals to the

Harewood reserve, Fendalton-

Waimairi-Harewood Community

David Cartwright

Board chairman David Cartwright

said.

But the real problem is how

wilful the damage is and the

lengths these vandals are going to

create chaos, he said.

“They’re actively and

wilfully being vandals.

They need to front up to

some of the costs,” he said.

Costs that are landing

back on ratepayers. That

is causing concern for the

board, which is currently

waiting for a report back

from city council staff

detailing how much it

costs to cleanup after the

vandalism.

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THE VANDALS at Lake Roto

Kohatu sound like they need

something else to keep themselves

busy.

They’re certainly going to

extreme lengths to cause nothing

but damage (see page 1). They

might like to seek a quieter hobby

which doesn’t cost ratepayers.

Maybe they could check out

page 7 and head to Bookarama at

Burnside High School this week?

The Rotary Club of Bishopdale

Burnside has certainly put a lot of

time and effort sorting through

books donated by the community.

After the vandals have got a

good read to keep them busy, they

can head down and watch northwest

school rugby teams in the

UC Championship this weekend.

On page 9, St Bede’s College is

hungry to redeem itself after last

year and Christchurch Boys’ High

School is looking to defend its

title.

–Julia Evans

UC Championship starts this weekend

SPORT 9

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News.......................................3, 7

Papanui’s Past................4

Schools.....................................8

Sport.................................... 9

Our People..........................10

Food....................................11

Driven........................................12

Events ............................... 13

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News

Northlands settle crossing dispute

• By Julia Evans

A SIGNALISED pedestrian

crossing had until recently been

a source of conflict between the

city council and the owners of

Northlands Shopping Centre.

Investment

company Kiwi

Property said it

was concerned

with the lack of

communication

from the city

Mike

Davidson

council over the

placement of

the pedestrian

crossing, proposed for Main

North Rd between Halliwell Ave

and Proctor St.

Expansions to the mall would

have been unachievable if the

city council’s plan got the goahead,

for which it had been

granted two resource consents.

But a compromise has now

been found after meetings

between city council staff and

Kiwi Property.

The Papanui-Innes

Community Board approved the

revised scheme at its meeting on

Friday.

City council staff and Kiwi

Property are now working

together on a design that moves

the traffic signals slightly

and allows for future mall

expansions and a new entrance.

“The mall is now in full

agreement. Additional meetings

answered their queries,” city

council staff told the board.

The signals aim to address

pedestrian safety, which has

been compromised by the large

number of unsafe crosses taken

between bus stops on Main

North Rd.

The plan was initially put

to the former Shirley-Papanui

Community Board in 2015

where questions around slowing

traffic were also raised.

The signals would be timed

with the lights on Langdons Rd

and Halliwell Ave to keep the

impact to less than five seconds.

“Pedestrian safety trumps a

few seconds delay to motorists,”

city councillor Mike Davidson

said.

But he questioned the jump

in costing. In 2015, the crossing

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was reported to cost $195,000.

However, that has since jumped

to more than $450,000.

“That initial cost only included

civil costs, it didn’t include the

traffic signals,” city council staff

said.

The plan will be taken to the

city council for further approval

in May but construction won’t

begin until after the busiest

shopping time of the year –

Christmas.

In Brief

CYCLEWAY UPDATE

The end is in sight for work on

the Papanui Parallel cycleway

along St Albans and Rutland Sts.

Work has entered its final stage

on St Albans St which should be

reopened to two-way traffic by the

end of the month. Once St Albans

St is reopened, Rutland St will go

back to one-way traffic at the start

of May for up to four weeks.

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close at the Shirley Intermediate

School pool. The club had 50

pupils for 10 weeks of lessons

with four swim teachers. Some

children opted for twice weekly

lessons and there were individual

lessons for children with learning

difficulties.

MASTER MUSICIANS

Former Burnside High School

student Han Sol Jeong has been

awarded a scholarship to Juilliard

School. Currently studying piano

at Yong Siew Toh Conservatory

of Music, Jeong will attend a

summer masterclass at the school

in New York city. Meanwhile,

another former Burnside student

Hamish Smith has been selected

as the only bassist in the World

Youth Jazz Orchestra. Smith will

embark on tour of 12 European

cities in July.

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

THE MOTHER of all storms was

predicted to hit the country during

Easter.

What actually occurred was a

bit of a fizzer.

Here in Christchurch there

were a few people who would

argue that what they experienced

was hardly a fizzer but thankfully

these incidents were relatively

rare.

Mainly on Good Friday our

troops responded to six flooding

events, one power line down and

a couple of instances

where rain water and electrical

systems were found to be

incompatible.

What the bad weather and the

crisp mornings since did result

in was the first use of the year of

heating devices.

This in turn caused a couple

of callouts, a log fire smoking

the house out in Quinns Rd, an

oil fired home heating system

refusing to close down and

a bathroom heater on fire in

Sumner.

Those with fireplaces should

have had the flu or chimney

swept by now.

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red faces or worse in the near

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pumps perhaps for the first time

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as the highest comfortable

setting.

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probably get an expensive

shock when the power bill arrives.

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couple of times this week, the

first from a reported car fire in

the rooftop car park that turned

out to be steam and then an oven

overheating in the supermarket

on Easter Monday.

A real nuisance to management,

retailers and the public.

PAPANUI’S PAST

Land instrumental to social change

Papanui Heritage Group

chairman Murray Williams

looks back at the history

of a significant piece of

land

THE HISTORY of a block of

land bounded by Harewood

Rd, Sails St, Hoani St (formerly

Union St) and Chapel St

(formerly Myrniong St) has

much to tell us about the social

change in Papanui over a period

of 150 years.

This area, originally part of

Rural Section 203, had been purchased

by John T Matson who

came to Papanui in 1866.

He named the property

Myrniong as a reference to land

previously owned in Victoria by

the Matson family.

After Mr Matson’s death in

1895, his executor tried but

failed to sell the property, which

was described as a “small but

comfortable” home of eight

rooms on a site which featured

“beautiful gardens, an orchard

and paddocks.”

A year later the agent highlighted

the value of the land as

a potential building site, nearly

five acres of “high ground with

four frontages to choose from.”

By 1914 this block of land,

now featuring “an almost new

house of 14 rooms,” was sold to

the Methodist Church for £2750

– the new owner intended to

develop the house and grounds

as an orphanage.

Over the next two decades

more accommodation was

added but by the early 1930s

it became obvious that the orphanage

complex was no longer

fit for the purpose.

The church purchased a larger

site on the other side of Harewood

Rd where a modern building

was completed in 1934.

A major part of the vacated

block was acquired by the government

and developed as a

state housing settlement, some

of which was available for occupation

in the late 1930s.

A later Ministry of Works diagram

indicates the generous section

sizes, the footprint of each

house and the area allocated for

a reserve as well as private land.

By the mid-1980s much of the

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PLANS: A

Ministry

of Works

diagram

showing the

mix of state

housing

and land

in private

ownership

in the mid

1950s. ​

original area had been acquired

by the Golden Health Group

and developed as a retirement

village, a process which was

completed only recently when

the last of the houses was purchased,

thus enabling the company

to own the whole block.

Land that had once been part

of the extensive property portfolio

of a local grandee in the 19th

century has played an important

part in fulfilling the changing

social needs of Papanui as its

use changed successively from a

church owned and administered

orphanage to a site for Government

housing to its current

corporate ownership providing

integrated rest home facilities.

References: Papers Past, Archives

New Zealand, The Story

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Orphanage by M. Rugby Pratt.

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PAPERBACKS: Rotary Club of Bishopdale Burnside president

Liz Shackelton and president elect Graeme Tapp sorting

through books for the upcoming Bookarama sale.

Find a good read

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VOLUNTEERS HAVE been

sifting through a mountain of

donated books for next week’s

Bookarama.

Organiser Lindsay Crossen

said there are so many books, it

takes at least 30 volunteers to go

through them all.

The Rotary Club of Bishopdale

Burnside event will be held

next week from Thursday to

Sunday at Burnside High School

with all profits going straight

back to the community.

St Bede’s duo help Filipino kids

•From page 1

Keane, 17, and Daniel, 15, said

the trip opened their eyes to how

privileged life in New Zealand

can be.

But the real highlight were the

children they spent time with,

including boys as young as eightyears-old

in prison.

“There was a group in a tiny,

hot cell that all had chickenpox.

That was particularly heart breaking,”

Daniel said.

After a week in Manila, they

ventured to the tiny fishing village

of Santa Cruz, Tacloban,

which was devastated by Typhoon

Haiyan in 2013.

The team helped build a water

treatment plant and shelter, and

visited schools where they helped

run a sports tournament.

•From page 1

However, Mr Cartwright fears

it will be an “incomprehensible”

sum.

“It’s thousands and it could be

tens of thousands spent over a

year, almost weekly,” he said.

Once the report comes back,

Mr Cartwright said the next step

would be looking at preventative

measures.

That could mean giving

Department of Conservation

YOUTH: Daniel Kofoed and some children he spent time

during his recent trip to the Philippines.

Lake reserve vandals cost ratepayers

rangers the power to trespass or

looking at access changes to the

park.

“There’s no record of anyone

being trespassed out there by city

DAMAGE: Vandals have been

causing chaos at Lake Roto

Kohatu.

council enforcement,” he said.

The board is also fed up with

the time and effort staff have to

spend clearing up the mess.

The city council could not

respond in time to questions

from Nor’West News regarding

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THESPIANS: Tigerlily Perry

and Kate Jenkins have

been selected to take part

in the national Sheilah

Winn Shakespeare Festival

competition in Wellington.

Meanwhile, Ollie Flett,

Jake McKay and Patrick

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Bede’s College performed

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Shakespeare awards

• By Julia Evans

YEAR 13 St Margaret’s College

students Kate Jenkins and

Tigerlily Perry have won awards

at the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare

Festival at Papanui High School as

part of the Canterbury Ki Te Raki

competition.

For their interpretation of

Timon of Athens, Tigerlily was

awarded best actress, and both

girls took out best student director

and outstanding imagination and

commitment to the text awards.

The pair were selected to go

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All three of the school’s studentdirected

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Rangi Ruru’s UN ambassador

• By Julia Evans

RANGI RURU Girls’ School

student Georgina Reynolds will

participate in this year’s United

Nations youth ambassador

programme.

Georgia is one of six

ambassadors from across

the city who have been given

the job of organising and

promoting events, such as the

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is a workshop for students to

experience what life would be

like as a diplomat.

Georgia, year 13, said she’s

excited to encourage other

girls to take part in all the

amazing programmes the

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GLOBAL CITIZEN: Rangi

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student Georgia Reynolds

said she’s excited to

participate in the UN

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North-west schools start championship bid

This weekend will see

the start of the UC

Championship with a

number of north-west

schools getting their

campaigns under way.

Andrew King takes a look at

the opening round

St Bede’s College

After finishing outside the top

eight in the 2016 season, St Bede’s

first XV are looking to redeem

themselves.

Coach Gerry Davidson said

while the team is young, there is

plenty of enthusiasm for the upcoming

season, which they will

open with a game against Lincoln

High.

“We struggled a bit last year,

but we have more depth this year

so that will give us a better shot,”

he said.

He said the team is pretty

much picked for the opener with

only a couple more spots left. He

said the majority of the team are

aged under 17.

“Last year there were six or

seven teams that could beat each

other on the day – it was very

even, which is good for the competition,”

Davidson said.

Christchurch Boys’ High

School

CBHS first XV look

towards defending their UC

Championship title with an

opening game against Waimea

READY: CBHS will open their campaign against Waimea

Combined this weekend.

PHOTO: KATE JENSEN

Combined.

Fresh from a training camp in

Hamilton at the weekend, and

having beaten Southland Boys’

High School 30-17 last week, the

team is looking good.

CBHS rugby co-ordinator and

assistant coach Rob Smith said

key players in the CBHS setup

will be hooker Adam Reid, halfback

Louie Chapman, fullback

Ryan Barnes, winger Latham

Kelly-Foleni and second-five Alex

Harford.

Harford was last year’s top

scorer for CBHS with one try, 47

conversions and seven penalties.

He returns to the side as captain.

Last year’s team topped the

table in tries scored, with 94, and

in conversions, with 58.

Smith said the team will be

finalised this week before the

opening game.

Burnside High School

Burnside will look to emulate

their form from last season which

saw them finish eighth, ahead of

northern rivals St Bede’s.

They will open their account

against St Thomas, which finished

11th last year.

The team will have a new

coach after Murray Henderson

departed at the end of last season.

A new coach will be appointed

during the season, a Burnside

rugby spokesman said.

Winning eight from 15 will be

a tough ask without barnstorming

centre Mikaele Ravalawa,

who was snapped up by the

Canberra Raiders last year.

Ravalawa scored 14 tries and

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2016 season.

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Head coach Rod MacIntosh

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be selected, there is a good mix

of returning players with some

youth.

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including as many players as possible

to future proof and create a

solid second XV,” he said.

“We want to play hard attacking

rugby and enjoy every minute

of it.”

Midfielder-turned-hooker

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captain, with MacIntosh saying

he is one to watch.

Fullback Llew Johnson was unlucky

last season due to a broken

jaw, MacIntosh said. However, he

is ready to go this season.

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Richard Rendle

Retired – but no time for idle hands

Bishopdale MeNZ Shed

co-ordinator Richard

Rendle retired from

teaching when he was

50 but by no means has

he been idle since then.

He speaks to Julia Evans

about what keeps him

busy

Richard, I hear you’ve got a

background in teaching?

Yes, I was a teacher for almost

30 years. I taught at Christchurch

Boys’ High School for seven

of those and at Kaiapoi High

School for 21 years. I’m a chemistry

teacher. I began in 1969

after finishing my degree – I love

chemistry and loved teaching it

to the kids. I quit teaching when

I was 50, when all the NCEA

stuff come in. I’ve been in early

retirement since I was 50 but

you don’t get as much money,

you know. I’ve been involved in

writing school textbooks and

I asked the editor if there was

any chance on some freelance

editing and he said yes, I guess

so, so that’s why I quit teaching.

But I ended up doing computerdrawn

artwork for textbooks.

What is it about the sciences

that you love so much?

I think it probably is just how

my brain works. I’m fascinated

by stuff – but on a very simple

level. The sort of stuff you teach

MUSIC: A man of many

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WORKING WITH WOOD: Richard Rendle and the rest of the Bishopdale MeNZ Shed are

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to secondary school kids. I’ve

written articles about salt and

some of the elements recently.

Sounds to me that you haven’t

really retired at all.

One of the things that I did

after the artwork, we started

producing exams for schools

to use as internal practice ones.

In about 1998 when the new

prescription came out for year

13 students, they were screaming

out for a practice exam and

someone said to me could we do

it. I got together a team of exschool

teachers and there were a

few women on maternity leave.

That’s been going since 1998 and

we now do a year 12, 13 and the

chemistry scholarship exam.

Tell me about your family?

I’ve got a son who’s a lead scientist

with the Ferrier Research

Institute at Victoria University.

A daughter who is in marketing

at the Nelson Marlborough

Institute of Technology and the

youngest who is a stay-at-home

mum but she’s worked in environmental

science. My wife has

an accounting degree but they

didn’t go that way.

There must be a love for science

in your blood.

I don’t know. I didn’t push

them. In fact I’ve probably done

more with kids since they’ve

grown up and left. I got really

interested in the science of toys

and went in with toys to teach

kids the science behind them.

What other hobbies do you

have to keep you busy?

I’m a gardener, I read and I’m

a guitarist, I had a rock band for

a while – we did about six gigs a

year. We did it for the enjoyment

and played covers of the great

rock songs from the 60s and 70s.

So when did you get into the

MeNZ Shed – how did it come

about?

I’ve always had a workshop

and I really enjoy working there.

I’ve been doing a lot of maintenance

stuff at church. It’s been a

dream of mine to have some sort

of workshop for the community.

I was thinking about young people

with flats and houses without

space for a workshop. I was

down at Mitre 10 in Bishopdale

and there was a pamphlet for the

MeNZ Shed and I said yip, this is

exactly what I want.

Have you always had a strong

connection with the community

or was it just the shed that

about?

I was on the school committee

at Kendal School in the early

80s and I’ve been involved with

Canterbury Science teachers –

But the MeNZ Shed is different

because it’s completely voluntary.

Guys come and go and it’s a

fantastic thing for guys who have

retired. It’s a win-win situation,

because we do a lot of community

work.

What kind of community

work?

We’ve built a lot of planter boxes

for the council social housing.

The council provides the timber

and we build them. We do repairs

and making stuff for pre-schools,

kindergartens and Plunkets. Individuals

come in and say can you

make this for us and we’ll have

a look at it. Or just repairing bits

of furniture that are broken and

they give us a donation. One of

the things we don’t want to do is

we don’t want to take work away

from tradesmen.

Do you find it’s a win for the

community but also win for

you guys coming together and

having a bit of fun?

Oh definitely, we’ve got a

few, who have worked 40 hours

a week for 40-plus years and

someone just gives them a box

of chocolates and shows them

the door. For the first two weeks

it’s fantastic but now what do I

do? We’ve had people who have

come and said they’ve retired

and basically they’re depressed

and say this is the best thing that

could have happened.

What are you working on at

the moment?

We make coffins, which started

through a lady who belongs to

the coffin club. Her original vision

was to make coffins for stillborn

babies. So to pay for that,

she makes the full-size ones,

which are sort of pre-ordered.

Recently, we were approached

by the Antarctic Centre asking

us to make kit-sets for penguin

boxes. The idea is that kids at the

centre will assemble them and

they’ll eventually go out on the

peninsula with DOC rangers.

We’re also making iPad stands

for people with low vision.

You’ve got plenty to keep you

busy then.

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1 Onion, diced

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420g Canned tomatoes, with

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1 tsp Chilli, diced

1 can Red kidney beans, rinsed

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1 cup Corn kernels

1 bunch Coriander, or parsley

4 cups Long grain rice, cooked

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3 Kiwifruit, peeled and diced

3 Tbsp Fresh mint, chopped

1 tsp Lemon juice

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ONION RELISH

Ingredients

5 Onions, finely sliced

4 cloves Garlic, crushed

1 piece Fresh ginger, a large

piece, grated

1 splash Olive oil

2 Tbsp Mustard

1 Tbsp Fresh thyme, chopped

¼ tsp Turmeric powder

1 Orange, freshly juiced and

zested

1 Tbsp Sugar

3 Tbsp Vinegar

330 ml Beer

Directions

Slowly cook (sweat) the white

onions, garlic and grated ginger

in a little olive oil, stirring constantly

until the onions soften

and caramelise. Add the mustard,

chopped thyme, turmeric

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1 cup Orange juice

3 Tbsp Apricot jam, or marmalade

3 Tbsp Orange liqueur

Garnish

1¼ cups Water

¼ cup Sugar

1 Tbsp Caster sugar

Directions

Simmer the orange juice and

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Stir in the liqueur and cool.

Thinly peel two oranges and

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Peel the remaining oranges,

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• Configuration – Four-cylinder,

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• Performance –

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THIRTEEN YEARS ago I

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Impreza and it was a car which

was priced at $25,000 with

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engine.

My friend still has that car

and it has now travelled faultfree

over 200,000km, scheduled

maintenance has been the only

service cost. I remember writing

at the time how much of a

bargain that car was, and if finances

at the time had allowed,

I may well have purchased an

Impreza as well.

Well, nothing has changed, I

still can’t afford a new car and

now Subaru has another new

Impreza available at a budget

price. For just $5000 more than

the new price in 2004, the newgeneration

model represents

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with value features, items

which you wouldn’t ordinarily

expect in a budget car.

The new generation model

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technology, a camera-based

system which is linked to adaptive

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warning, pre-collision assist

and pedestrian avoidance.

Other features for comfort and

convenience include automatic

stop-start as a fuel saving measure,

keyless entry and ignition,

Apple Car Play and Android

Auto capability, along with the

usual features modern cars

include as a matter of course.

The new Impreza still has

the traditional 2-litre, flat-four

(boxer) engine. It has been

developed to a point where

it is state-of-the-art in terms

of power outputs, emission

control and fuel efficiency. In

terms of figures, the quad-camshaft

unit is rated at 115kW

and 196Nm, while a 6.6-litre

per 100km/h (42mpg) combined

cycle fuel usage average

is claimed by Subaru.

Drive is channelled to all

four wheels through a continuously

variable automatic

transmission. Not only does

the four-wheel-drive system

alleviate the fear of grip loss

on loose surfaces, there is a lot

of natural grip supplied on the

seal, the Impreza has handling

ability which is unrealistic for

this class of car.

In the first instance, grip

is supplied by 205/50 x 17in

Turanza tyres, and even though

they aren’t Bridgestone’s sport

specification rubber, the tyres

have prodigious grip. If you

add in a flat and controlled

body balance and drive channelled

constantly through to all

wheels, the handling balance is

biased towards sporty.

That comes without the

springs and dampers being

overly firmed, ride quality is

still paramount to the Subaru

way of manufacture.

Power is directed freely

through the transmission. In

this form the Impreza doesn’t

get the turbocharging system of

its WRX stablemates, but it is

an honest, punchy engine.

In my introduction I mentioned

the high level of specification.

Another useful feature

are the steering wheel-mounted

paddles which the driver

can use to initiate ratio changes

within the CVT system. There’s

also a sequential system at the

main gearshift lever itself, but

as a driver you can be lured

into a sporty sensation if you

utilise the paddles.

However, first and foremost,

the Impreza caters for the family

unit. While sedans are fast

losing popularity, I’m still a bit

of a fan and I’m quite smitten

with Subaru product; together

I’d be sold on the Impreza in

this form.

On-board comfort is high

and space for three rear occupants

isn’t compromised by

compact exterior dimensions.

Subaru’s line-up isn’t extensive,

but the company is far

more than a global niche market

player. All of the models

offered here are functional and

practical, each designed for a

different role. The Impreza is

there to tempt as an entry level

car into the brand.

Just like my friend, those who

do choose to buy Subaru will

be rewarded with reliability,

functionality and a high level

of safety, much of the latter attributed

to the stability and grip

four-wheel-drive offers.

You’d had better be quick,

though, from what I’ve heard

through industry sources the

Impreza in this form is only

available in limited numbers

and is selling fast.

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Tuesday April 25 2017 13

Alphabet Treasure Hunt

Wednesday, all day

Drop in to the library to challenge

children’s alphabetical

detective skills. Can you find the

letter Z?

Free entry, Redwood Library,

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Daft Disguises

Wednesday, all day

Children can get their picture

taken wearing one of the disguises,

or go along with your own.

Free entry, Shirley Library, 36

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Invisible Ink Messages and

Secret Code Breakers

Wednesday, 10.30-11.30am

Children will learn how to

write messages that no one else

can see and find different codes

to send and receive secret messages.

They will make different

spy ciphers and keep their messages

hidden from prying eyes.

Part of the Christchurch City

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Fun with Animals

Thursday, 11am-noon

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REAL ESTATE

Welcome to the good life!

53 Brookwater Avenue, Marble Court, Northwood

Auction: This Thursday - 27th April 2017, 10am Gold Auction Rooms, 471 Papanui Rd, Chch

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

The good life starts here! If you’ve been

dreaming of an immaculate, contemporary

home in a beautiful, established location

then look no further. With this property

sited in a quiet Cul-de-Sac, there are

absolutely no compromises.

Boasting bespoke architecture, Hebel and

Linea cladding exterior, and a unique mono

pitch roof, this stunning 227.8m2 executive

property is striking from the outset. Inside,

there’s a lovely separate entranceway, with

water feature vista, three double bedrooms

(including a master with ensuite, 2 walkin

robes and sliders into garden, plus a

guest room with semi ensuite and built-in

robe), a family bathroom with a fabulous

freestanding bath, separate shower and

double vanity, two toilets, an extra single

bedroom/office, and a lovely separate

lounge area with a cosy gas fire and built-in

surround-sound speakers with sliders out

onto the entertainment area.

The spacious open plan kitchen/living/

dining area enjoys dancing sunbeams

all day thanks to the property’s northwest

facing aspect, a kitchen skylight and

huge windows and sliders. The modern

kitchen boasts a detailed fit-out, including

a separate wall oven, a separate induction/

ceramic cooktop, dishwasher, range hood,

soft-close drawers and breakfast bar.

The ‘Pacific Wave’ detailing on the glass

splashback and beautiful laminated finish

in the cabinetry bring the style, while the

walk-in scullery with sink, ‘Electrolux’ hot

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water/filter system, abundance of storage

and great bench space are a cook’s delight.

A separate laundry with sink, drying rail,

cupboards and large benchtop bring the

function.

This incredible property also offers full

double glazing with tinted windows at

the front, high-quality lighting fixtures,

premium Rhino carpets, smart wiring,

abundant storage space, and underfloor

heating in the kitchen, dining and

bathrooms.

Outside, the entire length of the house is

adorned with a beautiful low maintenance

composite deck, which enjoys surroundsound

speakers and offers up a private

entertainment area nicely protected from

the easterly winds, plus a separate BBQ area

with lighting, power and a gas bayonet. The

beautifully manicured gardens are awardwinning,

framed by landscaped flower beds

and partial timber fencing and enjoys allday

sun, while a double automatic garage

encompassing a workshop room and a

separate storage room both with internal

access, completes the appeal.

Situated in a fantastic location, with

lovely leafy outlook, Northwood’s shopping

centre, Clearwater Golf Club plus the Styx

Mill & Groynes Conservation Reserves

are within close proximity and help to

underpin the strength of your investment.

Immaculately presented and marketed

with genuine commitment and resolve, it

is with a heavy heart that this owner leaves

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this spectacular property. But, as the next

chapter begins, so too can yours in this

fantastic urban oasis. If you’re interested,

early viewings are highly recommended, so

give us a call and book yours today - you

won’t be disappointed.

For a private viewing appointment

contact Deb Harvey of Harcourts Gold

Papanui (Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on

352 6166 or mobile 027 220 6565

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EQC CASH SETTLEMENT

We will re-scope your property to ensure

you have been paid in full to cover all

your repair costs.

None of the properties that we have

re-scoped so far has been paid the

correct amount to repair their damage.

EXAMPLES

Trades & Services

•Yaldhurst Road Initially $3,800 after our

re-scope payment received $46,320

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re-scope payment received $38,182

•Prossers Road Initially $19,827 after our

re-scope payment received $60,273

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re-scope payment received $34,931

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re-scope payment received $29,842

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re-scope payment received $8,945

• We have re-scoped 50 properties who have been under

paid for their repairs.

• Have your initial repairs failed?

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• Do not pay your excess until all repairs are completed.

• General under payments are: Asbestos testing and

exterior lead paint, peeling wallpaper, cracking in exterior

plaster not repaired correctly.

For re-scoping and all earthquake repairs

including painting and redecorating.

Enquire now Phone 021-667-444

Trades & Services

MAINTENANCE

Doctor

Fixit

• Carpentry • Repairs &

Maintenance

• Doors & Windows

• Fencing

• Painting & Plastering

• Tiling

• Outdoor Maintenance

• Renovations

• Decks & Pergolas

Norm McRae

027 222 3060 | 03 312 0082

www.doctorfixit.nz

PAINTER

Michael Kelly Painters

Locally owned and

operated family

business.

25+ years Experience

• Painting • Wallpapering

• Interior • Exterior

Free Quotes

GARAGE CARPET

You’ll be amazed at what a multi-purpose room

your garage becomes when you add carpet and it

only costs around $35m2.

Part of the Protecta Coatings Group

We only use New Zealand made,

100% UV resistant specialised carpet.

We also paint garage and workshop floors.

www.protectafloorings.co.nz

Call now 021 488 025

Phone

Michael 0212 649 492

michaelkellypainter@hotmail.co.nz

ELECTRICAL

AFFORDABLE

Registered all types

of repairs, installs,

lighting etc

HEATPUMP

Full Service

$60 + GST

Ph 326 4992 or

0274 329 755

& Property Maintenance

Paving

Patio - Pathways - Driveways

Lawns and Gardens

Planting - Raised Vege Gardens

Readylawn - Irrigation - Fencing

General Maintenance

Water Blasting - Gutter Cleaning

Rental Property Maintenance

Section Clearing - Weed Spraying

20 Years Experience

Locally owned and operated

Free Quotes - Competitive Pricing

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PAINTING &

WALLPAPERING

• Satisfaction

guaranteed

• Over 30 years

experience

• Reliable &

honest

Please call

Ray Martin Ltd

021 770 551

or 359 5520

r.martin@globe.net.nz

Trades & Services

• Replacement/new roofing

• Colour Steel gutter & fascia

• Flue & log burner installs

• Skytube/light installs

• Earthquake repairs

Licence Building

Practitioner LBP

Member of the Roofing

Association

DCM ROOFING LTD

The Roofing Specialists

PHONE IAIN

027 445 5597

iain@dcmroofing.co.nz

PLUMBER

Michael

Gale

Plumbing Ltd

PROMPT SERVICE

For all

Plumbing

•Roofing/

spouting

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Small work

no problem

Ph 364 7080 (24 hour)

Mob 027 438 3943

Lawns, Gardens

& Home Cleaning

9185885AA

Free Quotes

Professional, personalised

service. Regular &

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Ph: 377-5814

For all your property and

cleaning requirements

Trained, insured & security

screened owner/operators

Multi-award winning

systems & Franchises

Franchises Available

www.fviphomeservices.co.nz

GLAZING

Stephen Thom

Glazing 2012 Ltd.

(Under New Management)

• Mirrors

• New Glazing

• Pet Door

Specialists

• Frameless

Showers

• Splashbacks

WE CAN DO YOUR

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WINDOWS

Phone Cushla

03 352 6225

or 027 352 6225

Trades & Services

ROOF

PAINTING

Rope & harness

a speciality,

no scaffolding

required,

30 years of

breathtaking

experience.

FREE QUOTES

Exterior staining,

exterior painting,

moss and mould

treatment and

waterblasting

Phone Kevin

027 561 4629

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

30 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork a

speciality. No job too

small. Governors Bay.

Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684-4046, email

karengeorge@xtra.co.nz

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BUILDER

LICENSED, available for

all aspects of building.

Please call 027 241-7471

or 335-0265

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but specialist in bathroom

PLASTERER

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renovations, 30 yrs

Gib Stopping, Small tree removal, trimming,

experience, with service

job specialty. 30 + stump grinding, shelterbelt

and integrity. Free Quotes.

years experience. clean up, section clearing,

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

Ring 0800 387-369 rubbish removals,

0274 367-067.

PLASTERIng

excavation work, ph Trees

CARRIER LoCAL Stopping / skimming. Big or Small, for a free

experienced, friendly, 30 yrs exp, all work quote, 021 061 4783

trade-me purchases, single large & small. Contact TREE WoRK

items to truck loads, Tony 027 222 2993 Hedge trimming, stump

furniture to whatever, or Earl 027 345 0561 grinding, rubbish removed,

removals & trade PLUMBER

small job specialty Ph

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PLUMBING Certifying 027 435-8759

**************** Plumber for all types of T.V. SERVICE CEnTRE

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plumbing, maintenance, Repairs, tvs, microwaves,

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spouting, alterations stereos, DVD. Aerial

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etc. Phone 352-7402 installations and kitsets,

restretching, E mail

or 0274-350-231 480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

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ph 0800 003 181

completed at a fair price, Dining Chairs, Lounge

or 027 2407416

prompt service, all work suites, Caravan Squabs

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guaranteed, Ph Brian 960- etc. recovered. Free

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holes, 20yrs exp. ph 028

7673 or 021 112-3492

RooFIng

Quotes. Phone Graeme

383-1448

408-0121

Qualified & Licenced VHS VIDEo TAPES

Practitioner. Re-Roof & all camera tapes

ELECTRICIAn

& Repairs, all types. converted to DVD, video

REgISTERED

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for all electrical

Roofing Association. www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

installations & repairs Ph

Over 35 years experience. ph 03 338-1655

03 322 4209 or 021 026

Phone John 027 432- WInDoW CLEAnIng

73375

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FURnITURE REMoVALS johnmill@ihug.co.nz inside or out $40. Both

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painting & all forms of

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interior plastering & jib

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TILER CARPEnTER machines, ovens. Good

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BATHRooMS Available, All aspects in Ross 027 4311440. TOOLS Garden,

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call 027 241-7471 or 335-

0265

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mechanical, engineering,

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Tuesday April 25 2017 19

‘Famous for their roasts!’

School

Holidays

Sights set on LA

RISING Country Music artist, Molly

G appears at the Hornby WMC this

Friday.

The concert is a special fund raising

event to help Molly G finance travels

to Los Angeles in June, where she will

be competing in the World

Championships of Performing Arts.

Currently living in Cambridge,

Molly is originally from Ashburton.

She only started singing a few years

ago and despite being in her early

teens, already has a number of awards

to her credit including NZ Junior

Entertainer of the Year. She is a multiinstrumentalist

(5 string banjo, guitar,

mandolin, and double bass), has

organised and performed fund-raising

concerts for Starship Hospital, has

recently released her first single

‘Where Were You?’, and appeared at

numerous festivals and events across

the country.

A stellar lineup of artists are rocking

up to support Molly G at her show

next week - Allan Barron (MC);

Academy of Country Music graduate

Jayden Shingleton; Lanae & Bruce Hill

(Ashburton duo); with backing by the

well respected Sha-low band.

Also making a special appearance will be Joining Forces,

a Country/Pop fusion duo comprising Molly G and

Cameron Walsh (Sha-low).

Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a stunning line-up of

great artists while assisting an upcoming Kiwi Counry

Music star.

Molly G and friends appear at the HWMC Westview

Lounge on Friday 28th April, 7pm start. Admission just

$15. Members, guests & affiliates most welcome.

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Members, guests and affiliates welcome

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Open from 5.30pm

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY

OPEN FOR SUNDAY 3 COURSE

SUNDAY BRUNCH DINNER SPECIAL

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Sunday 30th April

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LUNCH

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Live Music:

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Bookings Essential

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Early Bird Special

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Hornby WMC | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Road | Hornby

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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