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• By Julia Evans

AWARD-winning Merivale

designer Jenny Gillies is

looking forward to seeing her

White Rose of York hat at one

of three Buckingham Palace

garden parties which start

today.

Each year, the palace holds

three summer garden parties.

Ms Gillies left the hat in the

United Kingdom following the

Harrogate Spring Flower Show

so it could be worn at one of

the coveted events.

•Turn to page 5

• By Julia Evans

RESIDENTS ARE fearful a fire

bug will claim lives after a series

of sinister blazes in Burnside and

Ilam.

The latest fire burnt a wheelie

bin against the side of an elderly

woman’s home on Tudor Ave on

Saturday.

The Fire Service said she was

lucky it didn’t spread to her

house.

Nearby Greers Rd resident

James Wallace also had his

wheelie bin set alight against the

side of his property sometime

after 11pm the previous weekend.

His three children under the

age of 10 were asleep upstairs as

the bin blazed below a bedroom

window.

“It’s attempted murder, the

wheelie bin was up against the

house and could’ve set it on fire

and someone could’ve died,” Mr

Wallace said.

He said it’s particularly worrying

that whoever is doing it is

going onto people’s properties.

As well as potential loss of life,

the fire also caused extensive

damage to the side of Mr Wallace’s

house, which will cost

thousands to repair.

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News.......................................3-5

WHEELIE BINS today – what

next tomorrow?

That’s the big worry as an

arsonist operates in Burnside and

Ilam.

Residents have every reason to

be fearful. The arsonist has set

alight wheelie bins and the fires

have spread to adjacent dwellings.

They have been lit late at night

when people are sleeping.

And as the arsonist gains in

confidence he (and it is likely to

be a he), will almost certainly step

up the campaign.

Police need to find him quickly.

On a brighter note, Merivale

designer Jenny Gillies will have

her White Rose of York hat at one

of three Buckingham Palace garden

parties which start today.

The hat was spotted by the wife

of the North of England Horticultural

Society Council chairman

when Jenny was at the Harrogate

Spring Flower Show last month.

– Barry Clarke

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Your Local Views..........4

Schools.....................................6

Hello Neighbour.......... 9

Sport..........................................10

Radio Lollipop..............14

Food...........................................15

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Tenants’ rights in focus

• By Julia Evans

HOUSING NEW Zealand

tenants are looking to develop

a charter of rights with the city

council.

A number of the concerned

tenants expressed interest in

working with the city council

and the Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood Community Board

after a meeting regarding the

Government’s state housing

sale-off in March.

In November, Prime

Minister and former Housing

Minister Bill English said the

Government would look to

sell up to 2500 state houses in

Bryndwr, Riccarton and

Shirley as part of its sell-off

programme.

The Bryndwr Community

Group has expressed concerns

about what impact the sale

will have on some of the most

vulnerable members of the

community – those who have

no choice but to live in state

housing.

However, Marney Ainsworth,

spokeswoman for the group said

it was keen to work with the

board and council to develop a

master plan for the area.

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regarding the rights of tenants,

who feel like their opinions

are being swept under the

rug.

“We hope to get city council

support behind us,” she said.

The city council said it is

interested in working with the

Bryndwr community so residents

can have the determining

voice on how the area grows and

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said the proposal for the charter

is completely community

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“Council’s social housing

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with the community group to

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Community board member

Aaron Campbell said he would

be happy to speak to the board

on behalf of the residents.

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area. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

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GREEN LIGHT

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Rd, between Halliwell Ave

and Proctor St, to connect the

bus stops outside Northlands

Shopping Centre. The signals

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which has been compromised by

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Your Local Views

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Fixing the central city

Merivale

businessman

Rob Mercer

writes about

the need to

improve vehicle

access to the

central city

Pre-quake, things were starting

to rot and the city council

didn’t know how to fix it.

There were dirty red buses

with nobody on them clogging

up Colombo St and overzealous

parking wardens pushing

people away.

The city council doesn’t

understand the money merrygo-round.

There needs to be

people in town to spend money,

to attract tourists in and create

more jobs.

It’s a simple fact that people

on buses and bikes don’t spend

money.

The city shouldn’t be difficult

to access, but the city council

is making it very difficult to

access.

If you want to shop, you jump

in your car and drive to where

it’s convenient, like a suburban

mall, and that’s because they

have convenient parking.

We’re not London or Auckland

with their traffic problems,

REGENERATION: A focus on cycle lanes means the central

city isn’t easy for cars to access, which is making it hard for

businesses to thrive.

and Christchurch has the ability

to have easy access for our cars,

which we are traditionally used

to having.

The city council’s phobia of

cars is difficult to understand in

the age of the electric car. In a

couple of years, electric cars will

be all over us.

I stood up in a post-quake

recovery meeting in 2012 and

asked the question, to make the

central city work, bearing in

mind all the money was being

spent in the suburbs, what

percentage of that will go back

into the city centre to make it

work?

We’re going to do things differently,

they said. But they’ve

missed an opportunity.

Touchy subject of bike lanes

on main roads – I drove down

Colombo St north of the square

and I felt like emigrating when

I saw bike lanes on both sides

of the street and all the parking

gone.

The narrowing of roads like

Cambridge Tce is damaging

businesses.

THREAT: The wheelie bin was up against the side of James

Wallace’s home. If the fire had of spread, it could have killed

his sleeping children.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Burnside, Ilam fire bug

•From page 1

Said Mr Wallace: “Whoever it

was must have used an accelerant

because there was only one bag

of rubbish in there, not enough

to cause that much damage.”

He had also heard of a for sale

sign being set on fire, three other

wheelie bins, a burnt car and the

cover of a boat.

“Four of the fires have been

within 100m and there was another

400m away. There will be

more,” Mr Wallace said.

Fire Service investigator Mark

Thomas said there have been at

least five in the area.

“Any deliberately lit fire is

treated as serious,” Mr Thomas

said.

The Fire Service is collating

data regarding the attacks, which

it will pass on to the police to

help the investigation.

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Bid for Edgeware Pool money

• By Julia Evans

A COMMUNITY board has

requested a cash injection for

the Edgeware Pool be included

in the city council’s Annual

Plan.

In its submission on the draft

Annual Plan, the Papanui-Innes

Community Board has included

an application for

$5 million to go

towards the pool

development.

The request will

go before the city

council in June.

Pauline

Cotter

It is being

championed by

the community

board as a way of showing

solidarity for community

developments in the area, city

councillor and board member

Pauline Cotter said.

“It’s important to note that

the St Albans Pavilion and Pool

Group hasn’t asked for any

funding,” she said.

Paul Somerville, chairman of

the pool group, said he did not

know the community board was

making the request.

The group has been planning

to cover the full cost of the pool

by fundraising on its own.

Cr Cotter said $5 million is

only a starting point, and the

amount is up for negotiation.

“I’m excited to see what might

come out of the conversation

around the council table,” She

said.

Depending on what stage of

construction the pool is at, Cr

Cotter said the funding could be

earmarked for a future Annual

Plan or the Long Term Plan.

Mr Somerville said the group

would love to have a partnership

with the city council, even

though the pool will be run

by the community. The group

secured land at 43 Edgeware Rd

for $1 last year, but will have to

give it back if the pool isn’t built

within 10 years.

“We’ve raised money in the

community, about $50,000 or

$60,000, to get the resource

consent. The biggest thing

now is to get the land,” Mr

Somerville said.

It comes at a time when

spending on pools – including a

proposed complex in Linwood,

another at QE II and the inner

EXCITING: St

Albans Pavilion

and Pool Group

chairman Paul

Somerville

outside the

Edgeware Rd

location proposed

for the new pool.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN ​

city metro sports facility – is

being questioned.

City councillor and

community board member

Mike Davidson said the

Edgeware community model

could work for other pools,

instead of bigger and more

costly complexes.

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Merivale

designer’s

royal hat

•From page 1

Said Ms Gillies: “I made it especially

for the Harrogate exhibition,

so when the wife of the chairman

of North of England Horticultural

Society council fell in love with it,

saying it would look fabulous at the

Buckingham Palace summer garden

party to which she had been

invited, how could I not leave it for

her to wear?” Ms Gillies said.

Ms Gillies was invited to exhibit

at the Harrogate Spring Flower

Show last month.

She presented her Christchurch

Connection exhibition, which

included 15 stunning costumes, in

the UK show – her first exhibition

outside of Australasia.

“I feel honoured being able to

spread the word about our beautiful

city and the rich culture visitors

can expect to find when they visit

us,” she said.

Many visitors to the show went

specifically to see Ms Gillies’

exhibition, which was all about

promoting Christchurch.

“Although there’s been some

recent negative publicity about our

garden city image, I am confident

it’s a blip and we will be back even

stronger than before.”

Christchurch City Council

Strengthening Communities Funding

information sessions 2017

If your community organisation needs funding to make projects

happen you can make an application to the Strengthening

Communities Fund. There have been a number of changes

to the application process for 2017 and the funding

schemes we offer, including the opportunity to apply

for multi-year funding.

The Council’s community grant applications are now open.

Council staff will be presenting a 15 minute information

session followed by individual advice and assistance at the

following locations and times.

Date Location Session time

Thursday 18 May 2017

Coastal/Burwood

(Community Boardroom)

Corner Beresford and Union Sts

9.30am–10.30am

Friday 19 May 2017 South Library (Boardroom) 1pm–2pm

Friday 26 May 2017

Christchurch City Council Civic Offices

First Floor Function Room

9.30am–10.30am

Visit ccc.govt.nz or phone 941 8999 for more information.

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SCHOOLS

THESPIAN:

Ella Minehan-

Fitzgerald who

plays Barbara in

the Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School

production of

Revenge of

the Amazons.

PHOTO: NEIL

MACBETH ​

Modern twist on a classic

RANGI RURU Girls’ School’s

drama production this year will

be Revenge of the Amazons, by

Kiwi playwright Jean Betts.

The play is a modern spin on

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer

Nights’ Dream with strong feminist

themes, first performed in

the early 80s.

Director of Theatre Arts at

Rangi Ruru, Peter Rutherford

said in spite of the age of the play,

the issues are still very relevant

in 2017.

“The recent American elections,

the Roastbusters case and

the Wellington Boys’ College

scandal clearly show that instilling

in our students the importance

of feminist philosophies

and themes are as relevant as

ever,” he said.

Rangi Ruru is supporting

Aviva’s family and sexual

violence services by taking

donations of female hygiene

products and gold coin donations

at the door.

Tickets are on sale now for

the show that runs from tomorrow

until May 20 at the Merivale

Lane Theatre. Check out the

school’s open day on Friday for

more info.

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Single-sex learning could

be affected by zones

• By Sarla Donovan

THE PRINCIPALS of Shirley

Boys’ and Avonside Girls’

High Schools are concerned

that families across the east

retain the choice of a single-sex

education, regardless of whether

they live in the zone.

The two schools are likely to

share a zone when they co-locate

to new premises in 2019.

Both schools are to be rebuilt

at QE II Park after their existing

sites were damaged in the 2011

earthquakes.

Their boards are currently

working with each other and the

Ministry of Education to try and

thrash out a new, shared zone.

Avonside Girls’ High School

principal Sue Hume said while

the zone needed to give access to

those close to the new campus,

it was important to preserve the

choice of single-sex education

for families right across the east.

She said the school had always

taken a significant portion of

students from out of zone.

“Historically we provide services

for families in the east and

we want to continue to give that

choice to families across the east

of the city.

Anyone within the zone has

an absolute right (to attend the

school). So it can’t be too big that

it can’t cope with the numbers.”

DAMAGED: Avonside Girls’ High received significant damage

in the Canterbury earthquakes. The school will be rebuilt on a

new campus at QE II, along with Shirley Boys’ High.

John

Laurenson

Sue Hume

NOR’WEST NEWS

Shirley Boys’ High School

principal John Laurenson said

he would like a new zone to

encompass the areas around the

school’s new location, including

Queenspark, Waitakiri and

Prestons.

Katrina Casey, deputy secretary

sector enablement and

support at the Ministry of Education,

said changes would be

made to the two schools’ current

enrolment schemes “to reflect

their new location.”

She said the capacity of all

schools in the local network

must be taken into account.

Rezoning to take in more

populous areas could increase

the number of students coming

from in zone, potentially reducing

choice for families elsewhere

in the east.

Shirley Boys’ is the only state

secondary school for boys east of

Colombo St.


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Tuesday May 16 2017 9

Neighbour

Hello

Time to pay

attention to

your hair…

As the cold weather approaches and

styled-up winter fashions come out to play,

now is the ideal time to pay some extra

attention to your hair – whether it’s getting

an exciting new cut, a brand-new colour or

a protective and restorative treatment.

Owner/operator Nickki Irvine and her

team at Karamella Hairdressing in St Albans

have the experience and knowledge to

advise on the right cut and colour to match

your skin tone, lifestyle and personality.

Nickki says the colour trends for winter

range from light coppery hues through to

the high fashion red tones.

To maintain that salon-styled look

Karamella offers the smoothing blow out,

an in-salon treatment for reducing frizz

and creating smooth, easy-to-manage hair

for up to six weeks.

Reach your local

community with us

To promote your business

and for your free marketing

plan contact:

Monique

Maynard

P. 364 7474

monique.maynard@starmedia.kiwi

At their Blow Dry Bar, prices start at just

$25, with every 10th visit free. Services

range from a classic shampoo and blow dry

through to curls, colour or straightening

and special occasion hair-ups.

If your hair has become damaged and

dry through exposure to summer sun and

wind, or blow-drying, the Karamella team

recommends Profibre – a long-lasting cure

for damaged hair. Profibre rebuilds the

internal structure of the hair, with three

levels of treatment. A consultation with

one of the stylists will ensure the right level

of repair is applied to your hair, which will

leave it feeling soft, smooth and strong and

prolong its life.

A passionate hair stylist with more

than 20 years’ experience, Nickki has just

welcomed two new additions to her team.

Helping us,

Helps tHe

community

Drop off or buy

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They are Hannah King, who has been

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who has been barbering for nine years.

The two talented stylists look forward to

meeting many new clients at Karamella

Hairdressing.

To book an appointment with any of the

stylists, phone 355 2125. Opening hours

are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9am-

8pm, Friday 9am-5pm, and Saturday

9am-4pm.

Karamella Hairdressing is located on

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School football action

• By Andrew King

THE CONNETICS schools

premier first XI competition

continues tomorrow with a

number of north-west teams

looking to take points.

All games will be played at the

Christchurch Football Centre

tomorrow.

Burnside will try to topple table

leader Cashmere when they meet

at 5.45pm.

Last time the two teams met

they could not be separated with

the game ending in a 2-2 draw at

English Park.

Burnside coach David

Williams said Cashmere will be a

big match.

“They have started the season

with two wins and will be hard to

beat,” he said.

Burnside secured a 3-1 victory

over St Bede’s in the second

round of the competition on

Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Papanui are eyeing

up their next challenge when they

take on Middleton at 7.30pm.

Papanui manager Paul

Anderson said he has a new team

to work with.

“We have had some good

battles with Middleton over the

past few years and tomorrow

should be no different,” he said.

Last time the two met, Papanui

won 2-1 at English Park.

SPORTS

IN ACTION: Papanui’s Zac

White (right) defends against

CBHS’s Muhammad Mann

in Papanui’s 2-1 win last

Wednesday.

Papanui, fresh off a bye in the

first round, managed to score a

2-1 win over Christchurch Boys’

High on Wednesday.

CBHS will head into round

three with a bye.

St Andrew’s will play rivals St

Bede’s at 4pm. Last time the two

met, St Andrew’s crushed them

5-2.

St Bede’s coach Matt Jansen

said the aim this week was to take

the three points.

“We will have to tighten up

our discipline and take all our

chances to beat St Andrew’s,” he

said.

Commonwealth Youth Games call up

• By Andrew King

ST BEDE’S student Nick

Moulai has been selected in the

Commonwealth Youth Games

athletics team to compete in

Nassau, Bahamas, in July.

The middle-distance runner

was named in the team at the

start of last week and confirmed

he was the right selection

by winning the Canterbury

secondary school road race on

Thursday.

He ran the 4km event in a

time of 12min 15sec. Moulai said

being included in the team was

fantastic.

“It feels like everything is

going to plan and that feels

great. Any opportunity to

represent your country is

awesome. You just have to put

your mind to it and give it

everything,” he said.

He will run in the 1500m and

3000m races at the games.

Moulai got the running bug as

a surf lifesaver at the age of nine.

“I started getting into the

sprints and now the sport

• By Andrew King

IT WILL be a battle between

two undefeated teams in the

UC Championship when

Christchurch Boys take on

Timaru Boys at noon today.

In their first two hit outs,

CBHS have scored 98 points and

conceded 29. Timaru have also

MEDAL HOPE: St Bede’s student Nick Moulai has been

selected in the Commonwealth Youth Games athletics team.

consumes my life,” he said. life a bit difficult, but my coach

He said he is a “low mileage is really good at managing my

kind of guy”, running about time,” he said.

50km during the track season The chance to see more of the

and bumping it up to 70km world has him excited too.

a week in the cross-country “I’m sure it won’t be all about

season.

running and we will have a bit of

“It does make having a social fun over there,” he said.

Battle of the undefeated boys’ high schools

been in good form, including a

43-17 victory over Shirley last

week.

However, it was a mixed bag

for north-west teams at the

weekend.

St Andrew’s recorded their

second win, beating Marlborough

15-0. St Andrew’s have one

more game on the road against

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Rangiora before their first home

match against Lincoln. Burnside

were defeated 74-7 by Nelson,

who retained the Moascar Cup.

Burnside return home to face

Waimea Combined.

St Bede’s travelled to play

Christ’s and were beaten 41-19.

They will look to improve as they

host St Thomas in round four.


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Tuesday May 16 2017 11

HEALTH & AWARENESS

Loving your independence?

Could this be you?

Sally was referred to an Occupational

Therapist (OT) as she was struggling

to hear on the phone and was losing

contact with her family and friends,

she was wanting any help that could be

useful following challenges since her car

accident.

She has:

Ankylosing spondylitis (which is an

illness that stiffens up the joints),

Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and is a

little hard of hearing.

Fracture in her upper back from a car

accident in 2015

Sally lives in a two storied home on a hill

in native bush with her husband.

She loves her home and gardening.

Due to a combination of Ankylosing

spondylitis and the recent upperback

fracture Sally has a forward flexed spine,

requiring her to bend her knees to look

up.

The OT visited Sally in her own home

and covered the following info on the

first assessment:

Energy conserving techniques

Regular postural changes to self manage

back discomfort

Problem solving Sally’s kitchen set up to

minimise bending and reaching

Problem solved better phone options and

also where to buy a cordless amplified

phone

Adjusting her office set up to optimise

function when using computer

Having raised garden beds and garden

pots on her deck,

Changes in social life since accident

and covered the five ways to Mental

Wellbeing to maximise mental wellness.

Sally feels very connected to her two

storied home, which is surrounded by

native bush, situated on a hill. The OT

discussed the challenges and solutions to

remain living in this home long term and

provided insights into ways to manage

this including the potential of living on

one level, use of the community van and

possible bathroom adaptations.

Summary from Sally’s perspective:

Sally reports that she was delighted with

the services as:

- the OT came to her house and at a

time of day and day of week that suited

Sally best.

- there was no waiting for the service -

seen within the week of referral.

- it was so affordable - $135 assessment

and advice

- she received good advice that

immediately changed her daily life

(so much more than improving

communication by phone)

- she now has clear understanding

of both the challenges and solutions

that may lie ahead of her.

- This resulted in less worry about

the future

- She was impressed that the

discussion involved her love for

nature (still be able to enjoy her

garden) and that it was not limited

to immediate need and safety

She expressed that she feels more

confident about staying in her much

loved home. She is aware of how

to access future input from the OT

who now knows her well.

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is an information hub for Senior

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See www.seniorwellbeing.nz for

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To enquire about staying

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• By Sarla Donovan

RADIO LOLLIPOP is on a

mission to raise funds for a

new studio.

The charity broadcasts live

into Christchurch Hospital

and Ronald McDonald House

four nights a week, providing

comfort and entertainment

to children having surgical,

medical and acute treatment.

Until now, they’ve operated

out of a mobile van on a

construction site by the old

parkside hospital entrance.

Live broadcasts are 6-8pm

Monday to Thursday and

volunteers visit children in the

wards during the show, playing

games, doing crafts and

giving parents a break.

When not in use, the van is

parked at the Z petrol station

on nearby Lincoln Rd.

Now, the Canterbury

District Health Board has approved

the design concept for

a new studio to go inside the

hospital.

Radio Lollipop Christchurch

chairman Kieran Denton is

excited by the news.

“It’ll be awesome, we and the

hospital are really looking forward

to it. It means children

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First Aid Revalidation Course (6 hours)

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Time: 8.30am – 3.15pm

Monday

19 June

26 June

Tuesday

13 June

18 July

Wednesday

24 May

31 May

Friday

9 June

23 June

ON AIR: DJ Jojo and DJ Nicky broadcasting live from the

Radio Lollipop van outside Christchurch Hospital.

is the model used around the

world.”

Volunteering at Radio Lollipop

was its own reward, said

Mr Denton.

“It feels like you’re making

a difference at a really difficult

time for people. We get lots

of thanks and smiles. Parents

appreciate the change in their

kids after we visit. Often we’re

the only non-medical people

that visit. We don’t poke or

prod or give injections. We’re

the fun people that come

around.”

He said research had shown

Sunday

21 May

28 May

M Learning Workplace Revalidation Course (4 hours)

Cost $130.00 per person (certificates must not have

expired for more than 3 months)

Time: 8.30am – 12.45pm

Tuesday

20 June

Wednesday

7 June

Friday

26 May

For bookings please call 0800 REDCROSS or 339-7111

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which Radio Lollipop

currently broadcasts out

of is to be replaced by a

purpose-built studio inside

the hospital. ​

the interaction between volunteers

and patients helped reduce

the time spent in hospital

and the amount of drugs the

children required for pain.

Radio Lollipop volunteers

visited around 3000 children

in Christchurch every year.

The charity is part of a

worldwide network running

across five countries and over

30 hospitals.

It relies on grants and donations

from the public to fund

its work, which is all done by

volunteers.

Mr Denton said yearly running

costs for the charity’s

work were around $16,000 but

with the new studio costing

$75,000 they were initiating a

fundraising drive for the extra

money needed.

•To make a donation go to

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•If you think you might be

interested in volunteering

for Radio Lollipop, there’s

an information evening at

7pm on Thursday May 18

at the YMCA on Hereford

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Ensuring a safe work place

Learning first aid is not only a part of ensuring a safe

work place, but also an integral part of our engagement with the

wider community. We all learn the necessary skills to ensure that

in times of emergency we are able to assist our work colleagues,

but are we able to take these skills home, into the community or

on to the sports field?

not all work places are the same and the injury risk for each place

can be wide and variable. The office attended by administrators

does not carry the same risk as those people working with heavy

machinery, or perhaps at some distance from a regular ambulance

service. it is therefore essential that you pick the right first aid

course to suit all of your activities – both professional and social.

take, for example, an office worker who does not have a high

risk work environment and whose concern might be to ensure that

they can deal with minor cuts and superficial injuries, or the ability

to perform effective CPr. These skills can be achieved on a course

of eight hours duration and would generally fit into low to medium

risk area. But take this same person on to a sports field either as a

spectator or player when a higher level injury occurs. The eight

hour course covering unit standards 6402 and 6401 (or 26551 and

26552) does not cover head neck and spinal injuries, eye injuries,

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hypothermia and poisonings.

The majority of injuries occur outside of the work place, in

fact one in three injuries occurs in the home, making it the most

common place for injuries to happen. new Zealand children

are twice as likely to die through injury as children who live in

australia. They mostly die as a result of motor vehicles accidents

or falls in the home. fatalities from leisure and sport are not far

behind those in the workplace.

The wider 12 hour course teaches the additional unit standard

6400 and provides a wide knowledge base for medium to high risk

environments. This course covers many of the skills required to

deal with the most common injuries, such as falls (which can result

in head, neck and spinal injuries) and dealing with complex scenes

such as motor vehicle accidents.

if you are not sure on the course best suited to your needs, ask

your accredited first aid training provider. They can explain the

course content and give you options that will best suit your needs.

Look beyond the workplace and consider your family and your

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up-to-date with replenished items, and that everyone knows where

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SCHOLARSHIPS & SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

Selwyn House School

At Selwyn House School core learning in

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is complemented by trans-disciplinary rich

tasks and inquiries, which allow high levels

of application, creativity, and problemsolving.

The development of these skills,

combined with crucial interpersonal

skills, will enable Selwyn House girls to be

well equipped for the future. Our futurefocussed

learning environment

caters exclusively for girls in

Years 1 - 8.

Selwyn House School offers

a nurturing environment and

small class sizes while providing

a comprehensive and innovative

approach to learning. This not

only enhances the capabilities

of each girl but provides her

smooth transition to secondary

school. Selwyn House is

proudly the only independent

girls’ primary school in the

South Island to offer the

International Baccalaureate

Primary Years Programme

(PYP). Global citizens who

will be well prepared to take on

leading roles in our world are

being created at Selwyn House.

Selwyn House School is

currently offering scholarships

for the 2018 academic year in

the categories of academic,

all-rounder, boarding, music,

performing arts and sport.

Eligible girls may apply for a

Year 6 Scholarship, a Year 7

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Old Girls’ Association Bursary. With the

Scholarship Registration deadline fast

approaching, it is strongly encouraged

that families contact the school directly

for complete scholarship criteria. For

more information on the benefits of a

Selwyn House School education for your

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(Enrolments Registrar) 03 355 7229.

Ultimate campus for

Avonside and Shirley

More than six years after earthquakes

damaged their existing schools, Avonside

Girls’ High School and Shirley Boys’ High

School are looking forward to moving to

a cutting-edge campus on QEII Park.

The design for the new schools has

only recently been released.

Avonside Girls’ Principal Sue Hume

says being able to start from scratch has

enabled the architects to come up with

the ‘ultimate campus’.

“It features better facilities than either

of our schools has ever had in the past.

We are very excited at the educational

opportunities this will enable us to offer

our students.”

Shirley Boys’ High School Headmaster

John Laurenson says the schools will

continue to deliver quality single sex

education.

“Students will spend most of their

day in a single sex environment – that

is really important to us. Single sex

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Our students will also benefit, both

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able to learn alongside and mix with

students from the partner school. It is a

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Among the major facilities are a large

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and a 100-seat theatre), three full-sized

Gyms (complete with climbing wall), a

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Each school will also have a long list of

specialist learning facilities. Highlights

include an Electronics Lab, Recording

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Printing Room, six Science Labs and

an Indoor Fitness Centre (complete

with exercise equipment including

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Tuesday May 16 2017 17

Exercise

sharpens young

adult brains

Regular physical activity improves brain function

even in young adults considered in their prime and

at the height of cognitive ability, according to a

University of Otago study.

A

body of research already exists

showing aerobic exercise

improves brain function in

older adults, but there is a

limited amount of literature on how it

affects young adults.

The Otago researchers, led by

Department of Psychology Senior

Lecturer Dr Liana Machado, set out to

test the oft-held belief that the brains of

young adults in their prime might not

benefit as much as older people from

regular sustained exercise.

They took 52 tertiary students, aged

between 18 to 30, and put them through

a series of cognitive tests on a computer

while measuring oxygen availability in

the frontal lobe of their brains, as well as

their self-reported exercise frequency.

Dr Machado says their “surprising”

findings, just published online in the

journal Psychophysiology, show that

both blood supply to the brain and

cognitive functioning appear to benefit

from regular exercise in young adults.

“This provides compelling evidence

that regular exercise, at least five days per

week, is a way to sharpen our cognitive

ability as young adults – challenging

the assumption that living a sedentary

lifestyle leads to problems only later in

life,” she says.

The research also provides potential

insight into understanding why people

who regularly engage in aerobic exercise

tend to function better on a cognitive

level.

“I think the idea that young people do

not have to worry about exercising since

they are in their prime developmentally

is rapidly being overturned by mounting

evidence that even the brains of young

adults can benefit from regular exercise,”

she says.

“The exercise could involve brisk

walking or more vigorous activity, and

could be made up of a few 10 minute

bouts of exercise, rather than one single

block of exercise,” she says.

The researchers also found that body

mass index was not a key factor in how

well the brain functioned, indicating that

regular engagement in physical activity

may be more important than body

weight.

Dr Machado says she had noticed

over the years that university students

appeared progressively less fit.

“I wondered whether we might find

significant relationships between exercise

levels, oxygen availability in the brain,

and cognition in the young adults, but

no studies had considered this in healthy

young adults.”

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REAL ESTATE

A Huntsbury haven

73 Parklands Drive, Huntsbury

Auction: Thursday, 1 June 2017 - Unless Sold Prior

3 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 toilets | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing # BE192830

It is time for my client to say goodbye to

his much loved home. With its sweeping

views across the Canterbury Plains to the

Alps you will never want to leave your new

home.

A unique semi-circular design takes

advantage of the sun all day and optimises

the view. With a deck stretching along the

northern front of the house you will enjoy

the outdoor/indoor flow from the living

room. Summer will come again and you

can entertain in those long evenings.

Watch the stars at night from your master

bedroom and in the morning, enjoy a coffee

and croissant on your balcony. Naturally

there is a walk-in robe and ensuite for you

to use and enjoy.

On the lower level are two good sized

double bedrooms with a conservatory as

well. A large family bathroom should keep

the children or guests happy.

And as well there is the bonus of easy

access, off street parking and a double

garage.

Don’t delay, call today, this lovely home

has to be sold on or before auction day.

To download Property Files: http://

www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/

BE192830

AUCTION: Thursday 1st June 2017

from 12:00pm, Harcourts Grenadier 98

Moorhouse Avenue (Unless Sold Prior)

Open Home Dates: Wednesday 5.00

p.m. – 5.30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

2.00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. See you at the open

home or to arrange a private viewing

of this property call Debbie Pettigrew

from Harcourts Grenadier Beckenham

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) now on 337

1316 or 027 777 0411

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tel: 0508 873 7483

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•Kaplan Avenue Initially $859 after our

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Cell 027 684 4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

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• Fencing

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387-369

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222 2993 or Earl 027 345

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exterior painting,

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Phone Michael 364 7080

moss and mould 0274 367-067.

or 027 438 3943

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building maintenance, REGISTERED

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co.nz

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Trevor 332 8949 or 021

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4311440.

Send your CV to

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stump grinding, shelterbelt

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excavation work, ph Trees

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027 435-8759

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379 1400

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383-1448

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ph 03 338-1655

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Weka Pass Railway

Waipara, North Canterbury

We are RUNNING

SUNDAY 21st May

Running 1st & 3rd

Sunday of every month

Phone 0800wekapass

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

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QUEEN:

IT’S A KINDA MAGIC

RETURNS

Aer an overwhelming reception from New Zealand

audiences in 2015, Showtime Australia and Peter Freestone are

bringing their huge theatrical Rock concert Queen: It's a Kinda

Magic back to NZ, appearing at the Horncastle Arena on

ursday 1st June.

Capturing the imagination of Queen fans both locally and

internationally, Director Johnny Van Grinsven attributes the

show's continued success to the attention-to-detail; everything

from the costumes, instruments and even the lighting cues have

been designed to replicate those seen in real Queen concerts.

Making Queen: It's A Kinda Magic extraordinarily authentic is

the involvement of Peter Freestone, Freddie Mercury's best

friend, biographer, assistant and constant companion for the

nal 12 years of his life. As Production Consultant, Freestone

has schooled the cast and producers on the characters and

nuances of the original band in order to perfect the

performance.

“We're extremely lucky to have Peter involved. He knows

Freddie and the boys so well; his knowledge about who they are

and how they moved and played and even their sense of

humour has really helped take this show to the next level,” says

Johnny Van Grinsven.

Another highly impressive member of the ensemble is

principal musician Giles Taylor who steps on stage as Freddie

Mercury, and does so as the only tribute performer in the world

who sings and plays both piano and guitar live on stage.

Though piano and vocals have been a mainstay in Taylor's

repertoire since his childhood, he taught himself guitar

specically for the role of Mercury.

Supporting Taylor for this mammoth stage production are

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