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Girls’ High

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Hannah Bates

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to get to the

Commonwealth

Youth Games.

She holds

medals from

the Australian

age group

swimming

champs.

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HUNTER

Olympics goal for Hannah

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

PROMISING swimmer Hannah

Bates is Bahamas-bound – but

she needs the community to help

get her there.

A quiz night will be held to

help the Christchurch Girls’ High

School year 12 student to travel to

the 2017 Commonwealth Youth

Games in July.

Earlier this month Hannah,

16, returned home from the

Australian age group swimming

championships with a gold and

silver medal, qualifying for the

youth games.

Hannah was the only South

Island swimmer in the New Zealand

team at the Brisbane event.

New Zealand will send a

34-strong team aged between 14-

18 to the Bahamas.

While there are no expectations

to get into the finals or to

win medals in the Bahamas, the

experience could be a stepping

stone to qualify for the 2020

Tokyo Olympics.

•Turn to page 5

Residents

see red

over park

equipment

• By Julia Evans

A RESIDENTS’ group which

lobbied for heritage play

equipment at their local park

has been given something

completely different.

Friends of Abberley Park is

upset the city council put in

bright red, modern equipment,

which it said is out of character

with the area.

“We were assured that the city

council planners had chosen

heritage and not garish colours,”

the group wrote on its Facebook

page.

Member Patricia Wallace

said the group has always been

concerned about a “mish-mash”

in the heritage park.

The group wanted a more

natural style of equipment that

would fit in with the park’s 150-

year history, like the log slide

already there.

However, this type of equipment

was deemed unsafe. The

log slide, along with the rest of

the current equipment, is being

replaced as the city council

requires all playgrounds to be

upgraded for safety after 25

years.

The group’s view is not shared

by everyone living near the park

in Abberley Cres, St Albans.

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News........................................3-7

IT’S GREAT to see young

people putting in the hard yards

to achieve their sporting goals.

On page 1 today Christchurch

Girls’ High School’s Hannah

Bates is doing just that as she

continues on her promising

swimming path.

In July she’s off to the Bahamas

for a Commonwealth meet,

which could help springboard

her to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Realistically though, she is

looking further ahead to the

2024 Olympics when she will be

in her mid-20s and at the top of

her game.

The hard yards are getting

up just after 5am to train for a

couple of hours, off to school

and then when she gets home it’s

back into the pool again.

There’s a quiz night in July and

a givealittle page to help Hannah

achieve her goals.

Support them. – Barry Clarke

Selwyn House problem solvers

off to US competition

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Tuesday May 30 2017 3

News

TIMBER: A Treetech

arborist removes a

blue gum tree near the

Bishopdale Village Mall

car park on Monday

morning.

In Brief

PARK UPGRADES

The city council has begun

upgrading Papanui Domain;

Tulett Park, Casebrook; and

Carlton Mill Corner, Merivale.

Drainage on these fields has been

poor in the past, meaning they

cannot be played on for a full

sports season. The work involves

laying new turf and installing

better drainage and irrigation.

Plunket repairs will cost $15,000 more than planned

• By Julia Evans

REPAIRS TO the Redwood

Plunket rooms may be more

costly than initially thought.

But the Papanui-Innes

Community Board says the

facility is needed desperately

in the area. In the city

Emma

Norish

council’s draft Annual Plan,

$30,000 has been set aside

to fix the rooms which were

heavily damaged in the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

However, it will cost

another $45,000 to fix the

building.

“This area in Northcote

Gum trees get chop

Eight blue gum trees near the Bishopdale Village Mall

car park were given the chop yesterday. The trees were

removed because of poor health and the risk they presented

to the public. In November, the Bishopdale Business

Association expressed concern after a tree limb fell and

damaged a parked car. Debris from the trees has been an

additional burden for businesses in the mall causing regular

maintenance issues. Appropriate replacement trees will be

planted.

PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER

has been identified as having little

community work done in it,”

community board deputy chairwoman

Emma Norish said.

The board has partially funded

a community worker in the area

since 2014, but she has never had

a work space.

“She is in need of a base in the

area. She currently works out of

St Silas Anglican Church,” Ms

Norrish said.

The Plunket rooms are

next to the Redwood library

and park. This place has been

identified as a meeting place

for the community, Ms Norrish

said.

SMART CROSSING

To encourage people to use a new

pedestrian crossing planned for

outside Northlands Shopping

Centre, Papanui-Innes Community

Board members have asked

staff to investigate installing a

game. It would be similar to Pong

which can be accessed at a crossing

on St Asaph St. Funding for

any system would come from the

Smart Cities programme.

FUNDING FOR OUTREACH

Burnside resident Lauren Cayford

will travel to South Africa

with help from the Fendalton-

Waimairi-Harewood Community

Board. Ms Cayford received

$350 to go towards attending the

World Outreach nations course

in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The course will cover a range of

topics, including anthropology,

cross-cultural communication,

world religions and interpersonal

relationships.

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Your Local Views

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Bid to bottle Belfast water

won’t benefit community

Fendalton-

Waimairi-

Harewood

Community

Board member

Aaron Campbell

writes about the

controversial

bottling of Belfast’s water

We learned last week that

4.3 million litres per day of

Christchurch’s aquifer water

at the former Kaputone Wool

Scour site in Belfast could be

sent overseas in New Zealand’s

second largest bottling operation.

That’s more than Riccarton

residents use per day; or another

way, 600 Olympic swimming

pools worth of water a year.

The city council is hamstrung

by legislation: The Government

should tighten the Resource

Management Act so a consent

lapses when a business folds and

it shouldn’t be transferable or

sold.

Worryingly, Phillip Burmester,

who made $3 million on the wool

scour sale, now plans to build

another water bottling plant next

door.

In 2010, the Government

sacked ECan councillors and Environment

Minister Nick Smith

said: “Allocation decisions are ad

hoc, water quality is deteriorating”

and “we are to water what

the Saudis are to oil.” After seven

years of an unaccountable ECan,

is our water situation better?

The RMA allows this water to

be taken for 35 years and nothing

is paid for the commercial use of

our resource – this is privatisation

by stealth.

The Human Rights Commission

says: “This has Treaty of

Waitangi implications and affects

economic, cultural and social

rights, among others.”

Export water has a commercial

value. The Fijian Government

WATER: More than 4

million litres of water

could be sent overseas

from the former

Kaputone Wool Scour

site in Belfast.

taxes Fiji Water 15c a litre royalty

– at that rate our Government

will forgo $200 million-plus per

year in revenue from just Belfast.

A changing climate and overallocation,

mostly for irrigation

to enable intensive farming,

is affecting residents in our

neighbouring districts at both

ends of dairying, resulting in E.

coli-laden, nitrogen rich soluble

fertiliser leaching through our

stony soils.

Our city council is busy drilling

deeper wells in the northwest

for better water security, but

still our aquifers can’t recharge

quick enough, we must use our

water more efficiently, both domestically

and commercially.

WAITING: The location of the new Shirley Community Centre

will be 10 Shirley Rd.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

A reader responds to an

article about further delays

to the Shirley Community

Centre rebuild

Meredyth Anderson – A

great article, which I must say

is good to know, but shocking

too. It is outrageous that the city

council is proposing to do this

. . . They are all just talk and no

action on things that matter.

However, I see that when they

want to pay for the mayor to have

overseas travel or to buy a new

thing, like the statue in the river,

things get done quickly. It gives

the impression that tourism and

overseas relationships are more

important than the community.

The city council is a fiasco in my

opinion.


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Tuesday May 30 2017 5

News

Residents see red over playground

•From page 1

Michelle Williams said the

colours seemed okay to her.

“Have you seen other playgrounds?

They are a total mishmash

of colours,” she said.

Other Facebook comments

said children love bright colours

and they were excited to see the

finished result.

But Mrs Wallace said it was the

loss of greenspace that dealt the

harsher blow.

“It is what it is now,” Mrs Wallace

said.

She said it would be unfair to

say it was completely wrong before

the job was fully complete.

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said heritage

•From page 1

“Tokyo is definitely on the

cards to go hopefully . . . but if

I don’t make Tokyo then

definitely the 2024 Olympics,”

she said.

She thinks the 2024

Olympics will be a more

realistic goal.

If she qualifies for the

Olympics, she joins other

swimming Olympians from

CGHS – Lydia Lipscombe and

was considered when the colour

were chosen.

“The application for consent

was submitted following discussions

with the heritage team

around the colour scheme. Red

and cream were selected following

those discussions,” he said.

Friends of Abberley Park are

still working towards keeping

the heritage nature of the park in

other ways.

Mrs Wallace said members

had voluntarily re-stained all the

wooden seats. It is also lobbying

for the restoration of the scent

garden which was once a feature

of Abberley Park. However, the

group has not heard from the city

council about it since January.

Sarah Catherwood (Atlanta

1996) and Helen Norfolk (Beijing

2008)

Her weekly training

schedule sees her swim

eight to nine sessions

a week morning and

evening at the Selwyn

Aquatic Centre along

with attending the gym

three times and doing a

pilates class once a week.

Hannah lives in Lincoln.

MODERN: The Friends of Abberley Park wanted a more

natural style of playground equipment to fit with Abberley

Park’s 150-year history instead of the brightly-coloured

equipment put in by the city council.

PHOTO: PATRICIA WALLACE ​

Hannah has sights set on Olympics

Hannah (left) said she gets up

at 5.10am on Monday, Wednesday

and Saturday to train at

the aquatic centre while also

training Tuesday, Thursday and

Friday evenings.

She will need to raise $6000 to

get to the Bahamas.

The quiz night will be held

at the Silver Dollar Bar and

Restaurant Jones Rd, Rolleston,

from 7-9pm, July 3. Teams can

be up to six people and cost $10

per person.

•To help Hannah to get to

the Bahamas go to https://

givealittle.co.nz/cause/

hannahrepresentsnz or

supporters can follow Hannah’s

journey by giving her

Facebook page “Hannah

swimming my life” a like.

•To book tickets phone

Susan on 027 682 6992 or

email bates-family@clear.

net.nz

Library named:

Place of

many eels

• By Julia Evans

PLACE OF many eels, ōWhatara,

is the new Te Reo name for the

Bishopdale Library.

It’s previous name was Te Kete

Wānanga o Papa Kōhatu, meaning

place of many rocks.

But as the old site on Farrington

Ave is demolished, the city council

was gifted ōWhatara for the new

building, set to open in July.

City council community central

library manager Kate Ogden

said the city council’s Ngāi Tahu

partnership team asked whether it

would be appropriate to continue

to use the old library’s Maori

name or whether the new facility

should have a name more reflective

of Ngāi Tahu/Ngāi Tūāhuriri

history.

“Ngāi Tūāhuriri Rūnanga was

approached directly on our behalf

and we were gifted the name

ōWhatarau,” Ms Ogden said.

The area was subjected to continual

flooding of the old Waimairi

River in pre-colonial times.

“Apparently you found lots of

eels there,” she said.

The process is done as part of

the city council’s partnership with

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were not charged.

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Shane McInroe

Giving people with disabilities a voice

Mairehau’s Shane

McInroe advocates for

people with disabilities.

He talks to Julia Evans

about why he dedicates

so much of his time to

helping others

What keeps you busy? Do

you do a lot of work with the

organisation People First New

Zealand?

Not just with People First,

although I’m president of the

Christchurch branch, which is

a big commitment – I’m also

involved with The Cube, which

is a collaborative organisation

about creating a community for

young people. I’m involved with

them and I’m on the board of

Catapult Employment Services.

They’re like Workbridge, trying

to help get people with disabilities

in work, but are only based

in Canterbury. They’re small,

which creates a family environment

that I like. I give advice on

what can and can’t work for the

community based on my own

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I’m also part of the IHC

friendship programme, which

buddies people up with someone

BUSY: Shane McInroe in the People First New Zealand office where he works to give a voice to

people with disabilities. (Inset) He earned a New Zealand Youth Award for his work.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

you grow a relationship with.

And I’m part of the Youth

Housing Hub, which is Dr Sue

Bagshaw’s big project, as

well as being part of the city

council’s disability advisory

group.

Do you have a disability?

I have a learning disability

but what type is invalid and

irrelevant. It’s just a learning

disability.

So you grew up on the West

Coast?

Yes, I moved to Christchurch

when I was younger. I would say

if I didn’t move to Christchurch,

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talking about moving. Christchurch

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Everyone treated everyone as

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News

How did you come to wear

all these different hats? Was it

something you just fell into?

There was a presentation at

the course I did at CPIT and

I thought this sounds a bit

like me. I joined People First

NZ first and then got all these

other roles after that. I also did

a leadership course, just to understand

what it was all about.

From there, I got all these other

roles in the community that

take up my time. But that’s what

volunteering is all about. That’s

how the country keeps moving.

You’ve got a lot on your

plate?

No, not really. It’s just the

projects I came on board for

are coming to an end and there

should be some new blood in

the group.

So what challenges come

along with all these roles?

Some challenges would be all

the jargon the people use and

all the documents they love to

write. They love typing. It’s the

scholarly articles where my support

person, Marg, comes in to

be a great help. It’s like another

language half the time and I’m

there to bring the reality of

disability to the table and share

my experience. But some of

the time I can’t speak because I

haven’t necessarily dealt with a

particular area of disability.

So all these opportunities

sprung up once you started

with People First NZ?

Yes, that’s when I needed to

go and get a diary.

Was it something you always

set out to achieve?

It snowballed very quickly.

In some ways it’s a good thing,

but right now, it’s hard having

all these roles. It’s good because

I can speak using my life

experience and my knowledge

for people who can’t speak

for themselves. There’s a huge

amount of people that I know

who are non-verbal, which is

sad, but they can speak, just in a

different way. I want to advocate

for those people so their voices

can be heard when often the

system doesn’t allow it.

And off the back of all this

hard work you earned yourself

a New Zealand youth with disability

award, how was that?

The youth awards was the

quickest ceremony I’ve ever

been to, it was great. None of

this speech stuff. Well, there

were a couple, but it was all very

efficient, it was great. I knew

about a week before and I was

sort of embarrassed, everyone

was pretty proud.

Do you show off about it?

Oh, no. I’m not that sort of

person. It’s not just for me. I

feel like the award is for the

community, even though it’s a

youth award. It’s for all the work

I’ve done in the community so

it’s pretty much a community

award. It’s just got my name on

it, which doesn’t make a lot of

sense, does it?

So what’s next for you?

I’m not sure, I just play it by

ear and see what life throws

at me. I would love to see

more people with a disability

understanding how local and

national Government work.

That’s why a lot don’t vote

because they don’t understand. I

would love to see civic education

in schools. I’m working on it at

the moment but so far it’s just

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useless at the moment, it doesn’t

relate to people’s lives. It takes

two seconds to vote every three

years and it’s very sad. It’s not

just people with disabilities who

are affected, it’s a lot of young

people.

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Sands rides to victory in surf champs

• By Andrew King

COLD AND windy conditions

couldn’t stop a rampaging Sam

Sands from taking top prize in

the under-18 boys section of

the Canterbury scholastic surf

championships recently.

The Christchurch Boys’ High

student had a solid set in the

final five minutes to win it from

St Bede’s student Jordan Sparrow

in testing conditions at New

Brighton Beach.

A southerly front moved

through the area in the morning

kicking up huge waves for the

riders to feast on.

Thomas Harcourt, also from

CBHS, placed fourth in the section.

• By Andrew King

ST BEDE’S College players will

have a spring in their step when

they run out against northern

rivals Papanui after getting their

first win in the Connetics first XI

football competition last week.

St Bede’s had an impressive

4-1 victory over Cashmere on

Wednesday night, knocking

them off the top spot into third.

Now the they will look to back

that up when they face Papanui

at 4pm.

All games will be played at the

St Bede’s had a number of

competitive riders with Caspar

McCormick winning the longboard

section thanks to some

fancy footwork, James Millar

was second in the under-14 boys

section and Riley Gibson fourth

in the under-16 boys section.

Burnside High’s Kristy

McDonald was third in the

girls open section and was the

top-ranked under-18 rider in the

competition.

The event acts as a trial for the

Canterbury scholastic surf team,

with a training squad to be announced

in June in preparation

for the national scholastic surf

championships in Gisborne in

October.

Christchurch Football Centre.

The last time the two sides met,

St Bede’s took three points

winning 3-2.

However, Papanui will want

to add to their one win of the

season after going down to

Burnside 7-4 on Wednesday.

Burnside now turn their

attention to 12th placed

Rangiora, which had a night to

forget in round 4, beaten 10-0 by

top of the table side Lincoln.

Their previous meeting saw

Burnside come out on top

4-1.

They will play tomorrow at

5.45pm

St Andrew’s will be looking to

get back into the top four with

a win over Shirley Boys’ High

tomorrow after dropping down

to sixth following their 1-0 loss

to Christchurch Boys’ High.

Shirley will be fresh after a bye

in round 4.

The last time the two faced

each other, Shirley ran out

winners 4-3. That game will start

at 7.30pm.

CBHS will take on Middleton

Grange in what would have

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RIDERS: CBHS student

Sam Sands won the

under-18 boys section of

the Canterbury scholastic

surf championships,

while Sumner’s Caspar

McCormick won the

longboard section.

St Bede’s keen to build on first win of season

been a Connetics Shield match if

Middleton had not lost 5-1 to St

Thomas last week.

The last time they met it ended

1-1.

Connetics first XI table

1. Lincoln 10pts; 2. St

Thomas 9pts; 3. Cashmere

7pts; 4. Burnside 7pts;

5. Riccarton 6pts; 6. St

Andrew’s 6pts; 7. Shirley

6pts; 8. Middleton 4pts;

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UC Championship

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FOR THE second year in a row,

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will meet Christ’s College in a

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A one-sided 76-6 win over Mid-

Canterbury Combined on Wednesday

was table-topping CBHS’s fifth

straight to start the campaign.

Christ’s accounted for Aoraki

Combined 41-0 on Saturday to

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CBHS have not lost to Christ’s

since 2000. They handed Christ’s

their only round-robin loss last

year 32-11.

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Lincoln Combined 58-18. The

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Round 5 results

St Andrew’s 58-18 Lincoln

Combined, St Bede’s 34-5

Burnside, CBHS 76-6 Mid-

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The girls are the national

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Another team member

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The girls leave for the US

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Festival finals

for Rangi

musician

RANGI RURU Girls’ School

student Valerie Xiang is taking

her drumming composition to

Wellington for the Sheliah Winn

Shakespeare Festival national

finals.

Valerie composed incidental

music for the 15min excerpt

from King Lear that the school’s

senior students performed in the

region.

Director of Music at Rangi

Ruru, Janet Kingsbury said

Valerie is an outstanding

academic and music scholar who

has many strings to her bow.

In addition to being a composer,

Valerie is a percussionist in

the New Zealand Secondary

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Mrs Kingsbury said Valerie

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She played the organ as part

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Tuesday, 10.30-11am

Part of Samoan language week,

go along and celebrate with stories,

songs, rhymes and fun.

Free entry, Fendalton Library, 4

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Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

These sessions have been designed

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Sessions are 15min.

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Matariki Bedtime Stories

Friday, 6.30-7.15pm

Go along and join Margot for

The Canterbury all breeds cat club national cat show is back in Christchurch for the first time

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or two. Sunday, 9am to 4.30pm at the Bishopdale YMCA. Adults/children $8/$5.

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All about Gardening

Monday, 7-9pm

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Christchurch Fendalton Club

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Thursday June 7, 10am-noon

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More than six years on from the Christchurch earthquake,

many residents are still suffering from stress and stressrelated

ailments as a result of the event.

Dr Mary Patterson Chiropractor of

the Christchurch Wellness Centre in

Memorial Avenue says she is continually

hearing from patients about how stress

is affecting their lives and their health, a

lot of which can be directly linked to the

earthquakes.

“Stress on the body can be physical,

chemical or emotional. Emotional stress

can be caused through events such as the

earthquakes,” Mary says. “Physical stress

such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder

pain and headaches, can be the result of

activities such as gardening, or the result

of injury from an accident.

“Chemical stress can come about from

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REAL ESTATE

Stunning on Elmtree

2 Elmtree Close, Parklands - Enquiries Over $669,000

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing # SMT10110

This stunning, contemporary home,

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with forest backdrop and a wonderful

community may be just what you require.

A striking property from the outset set

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The open plan kitchen/living/dining area

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The cosy separate living area offers a lovely

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The highlights continue with a large, sunsoaked

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create relaxing surrounds - consider it your

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The location is a dream with the cafes,

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recreational forest and beach close by. This,

along with Queenspark Primary School a

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of your investment.

Immaculately presented and marketed

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this contemporary stunner is undergoing

a change of ownership. Early viewing is

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this enviable location will quickly steal the

hearts of discerning buyers everywhere.

Proudly marketed by Smart Real

Estate (Licensed Agent REAA 2008)

Please call Debra Hakaraia for viewing

times on 027 562 0420 or 384 8600 or

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CLOSE YOUR

EYES AND

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LISTENING TO

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