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•Story, page 4

Mall comes out of the 1990s

• By Julia Evans

THE EARLY stages of taking

Merivale Mall out of the 1990s

are on track to be finished by

early November.

Modernising “dated” shop

fronts and bathrooms are just

stages one and two of the five

step mall upgrade, mall manager

Nicola Dolan said.

“The final scope is yet to be

decided for the jobs next and they

are the most expensive, so I don’t

really have a definitive number,”

Mrs Dolan said.

She said the overall upgrade

will hopefully be completed by

early November 2018.

She won’t say how much the

upgrade will cost.

“It’s been such a long time in

the making, last time the mall

was updated was 1998 so we’re

pretty excited,” Mrs Dolan said.

Stage one is “pushing up and

out” shop fronts to create a more

open space, she said.

While stage two is a total

renovation of the pre-1998 bathrooms.

Mrs Dolan said AMP Capital,

which owns the mall, expects

tenants’ shop fit-outs to follow

suit and fit in with the new look

of the mall.

“There is an expectation that

shops will follow in step like

Kimberleys, Hartleys and Esquires

have,” she said.

But in the upgrade process,

the mall is losing one of its oldest

tenants. Paper Plus will go and

Whitcoulls will move in.

Paper Plus co-owner Simon

Grant said the mall’s owner

had accepted a higher rent from

Whitcoulls which he couldn’t

match.

It was “gutting” and he didn’t

like to let down the loyal customer

base the store has grown over

the 23 years it has been there.

“There are a lot of things that

we do that Whitcoulls doesn’t,

but I guess the landlords are

thinking about rent,” he said.

Mrs Dolan said she had “gone

into bat” for Paper Plus and was

sad to see the store leave. But at

the end of the day, it wasn’t able

to compete.

Stage three, upgrading the

Fresh Choice storeroom, is also

under way, but stage four and

five, flooring and updating the

“ambience” of the mall, won’t

begin until next year, she said.

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Tuesday August 22 2017

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DESK News.......................................3, 5

IF IT’S wet on Saturday Timaru

Boys’ could have the upper hand

in the UC Championship final

against Christchurch Boys’ High.

They’ve got a fairly dominant

forward pack and Timaru

has been the team with the

momentum in the competition

over the past months.

That insight into the final

doesn’t come from me – but from

Star Media’s sports reporters

Gordon Findlater and Andrew

King.

In the round robin match CBHS

won a hard fought battle in Timaru,

and everything points to the same

this weekend, Findlater says.

King says utility Rico Syme,

could be the difference towards

the business end of the match.

He’s a gained a bit of reputation in

being a game breaker.

So the prediction: King: CBHS

33-31. Findlater: TBHS: 17-15. For

more go to page 6.

– Barry Clarke

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Tuesday August 22 2017 3

ews

Big response to lights article

ashion

Readers have reacted to last

Even ViaStrada senior traffic

week’s article congestion

engineer and transport planner

at the Colombo St

Glen Koorey weighed in on the

Edgeware Rd intersection.

issue.

Julia Evans reports

He suggested that it was

actually the long standing

OPINION IS divided over the

roadworks in the area that

effectiveness of the lights at the

might have caused the decrease

intersection of Colombo St and

in business turnover.

Gardening

Edgeware Rd.

“No car parking has been lost

The Rise Up Christchurch

in the finished product and now

Facebook post received more

more people can easily walk and

than 60 readers’ comments.

bike to the shops, so why would

Some expressed frustration,

businesses be down in the long

labelling the intersection a

run?”

“death trap” and “nightmare”.

He wrote it had to be

Last week Nor’West News

upgraded because it “wasn’t

revealed anger and frustration at

fine” left as a unsignalised

the intersection.

CONFUSION: The signals at the intersection of Colombo St T-intersection.

The city council said it and Edgeware Rd have divided public opinion. ​

And Jo French agreed, saying

was caused by motorists not

the upgrades were part of

approaching the lights correctly

making the intersection safer.

“The intersection is less

dangerous than it was and so

long as everyone follows the new

rules, it will continue to be so,”

she wrote.

otoring“It was a stupid idea putting

parking outside the shops near

the traffic lights,” she wrote.

And Colombo St business

owner Carolyn Moffat wrote

that profit is down considerably.

“Business owners were hoping

that things would improve once

the cycle lane had finished but

the congestion means people are

and not triggering the phasing.

But Bailies Bar and Restaurant

co-owner Richard Norton said

the city council needed to do

something as drivers had taken

to rat running through the car

park

asty

to avoid congestion, which

Bites

would end in an accident.

Julie Nicholson wrote on

Facebook that she had waited

behind a parked car on

Colombo St thinking it was

traffic turning left.

avoiding the area altogether,”

she wrote.

She said most businesses in

the area have been suffering

since the roadworks began and

even though they are complete,

it’s too late.

But many readers agree

that congestion is the fault of

motorists and the intersection is

much better now.

“This is a driver problem,

nothing more, stop in the right

spot and you’ll trigger the lights.

The cycleways have improved

this area for cyclists and

pedestrians,” James David Foote

wrote.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: What do

you think about the lights at

the intersection of Colombo

St and Edgeware Rd? Are

they good or bad? Send

your views to julia.evans@

starmedia.kiwi.

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BOYS’ HIGH BOMB SCARE

Christchurch Boys’ High School

students were evacuated by police

after a suspicious package was identified.

After 40 minutes of gathering

on the school’s field, students were

given the all clear to return to class.

Headmaster Nic Hill said the students

weren’t in danger at any stage.

TOILET BLOCK REPAIRS

City council ground work in St

Albans Park is expected to begin

in spring and now a group of

stakeholders are set to work on plans

to fix the out of action toilet pavilion.

The group, made up of city council

staff, Christchurch Metro Cricket

members and the Mainland Football

Federation, as well as St Albans

Shirley Football Club, Edgeware

Bowls and Edgeware Croquet, met

recently to discuss the work.

PALMS BUS STOP UPGRADE

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Shopping Centre are set to double

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council is seeking feedback on the

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SCHOOLS

SCHOOLS

SPORTS

WELL DONE: Papanui High School’s jazz band.

SPORTS

Papanui ends

on high note

• By Julia Evans

PAPANUI HIGH School can

blow its own trumpet after

winning a pair of gold and silver

medals at jazz band competitions.

Under the directorship of

music teacher, Georgina Rees-

Stevenson, the band won a gold

medal at the Southern Jam in

Blenheim.

They were up against a field of

15 other schools and more than

25 bands.

Students Claire Daddiza and

Arama Ruka-Thompson were

also selected for inclusion in the

All Stars band off the back of

their performance at the jam.

Judges selected those they

considered to be the best on each

instrument.

Then, after only a two hour

rehearsal, they performed in a

gala concert on August 12.

The jazz band also won a gold

medal at the Ara JazzQuest

earlier this month.

And the school’s Jazz Combo

band won silver medals at both

ARA JazzQuest and Southern

Jam as well.

See Shrek and friends

at Selwyn House

• By Julia Evans

CURTAIN CALL is almost

ready for Selwyn House’s Shrek

the Musical Jnr.

After weeks of rehearsals,

pupils are ready to perform

their biannual production to

audiences for three shows on

Friday and Saturday.

Shrek is a one-of-a-kind,

hilarious fairy tale in which

curses are reversed, monsters get

the girls, donkeys and dragons

find love, and princesses are

beautiful in all shapes and sizes.

Director Therese Bierwirth,

said Shrek was chosen because of

how funny it is and it has all the

well-known fairy-tale characters,

such as Pinocchio and the Big

Bad Wolf.

“It also has a serious

understory so that the girls

in the production can make

connections to real world issues,”

Ms Bierwirth said.

She said the 73 strong cast

have put their heart and soul into

bringing the production to life.

“They are having a great deal

of fun while learning that a

full blown production of this

nature needs to be polished, slick

and well oiled. They have also

learnt about the importance of

theatre business including stagecraft,

and how everything works

SIDEKICK: Yasmin Marsh

plays Donkey.

in professional theatre,” Ms

Bierwirth said.

Shows are on Friday at 7pm

and Saturday, with two shows

starting at 2pm and 6pm, at the

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Tuesday August 22 2017 5

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Young artist’s big chance

ashion

IMAGINE SEEING your sculpture

• By Julia Evans

on display in the city alongside

the likes of Antony Gormley and

Ronnie van Hout.

That’s about to become a reality

for 16-year-old Villa Maria student

Ruby Williams.

Ruby won the senior section of

the Re:ACTIVATE project organised

by SCAPE Public Art and will

Gardening

soon see her sketches come to life as

a sculpture in Hagley Park.

Although the honour doesn’t

come with the same $800,000 pay

check that Gormley received.

Ruby’s design relates to the concept

of memory and will involve

recreating a tree’s lost limb out of

metal mesh.

The sculpture will be on display

Motoring

September for six weeks.

The design was of a live tree with

its branch previously sawn off due

to damage or disease, Ruby said.

“Replacing that branch with a

wire mesh copy resembling the

memory of the limb that used to be

there. The city is similar in some regards

– it fell during the earthquake

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and was completely changed, parts

of it were gone but not forgotten.”

Engineers from Lewis and Bradford

have been tasked with taking

Ruby’s idea and making it a reality.

OPPORTUNITY: Ruby Williams

with her original sketches.

She met with the engineers,

SCAPE art staff and Botanic

Gardens staff to choose the perfect

tree.

“I have always loved art and creating

things,” Ruby said.

“This experience is incredibly surreal

to me. As for my future, I am

unsure what path I will go down

but there is a 100 per cent chance it

will be a creative one.”

ART: Anthony

Gormley’s

Stay (left)

and Quasi by

Ronnie van

Hout.

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Alexandra

McCracken,

(right) 17.

At a special

Rotary

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Waimakariri

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Doocey, presented Alexandra her

award before she planted a totara

tree in the Styx Mill Reserve on

Husseys Rd.

The young totara award

publicly recognises the positive

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CBHS set to

defend UC

champs title

against Timaru

• By Andrew King

CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High

will look to defend their UC

Championship title against

Timaru Boys’ High on Saturday.

They are in the final after a

tough, come-from-behind battle

against Nelson College, which

required the depth off the bench

to get them home 40-34 after

trailing 29-12 at halftime.

The last time CBHS met Timaru

was in round three, with CBHS

winning 22-17.

Starting fullback Rico Syme,

who is a recent addition to the

first XV due to injuries, slotted

into first-five in the second half

against Nelson and provided a

few moments of magic to help the

team get home.

The final will be played at

CBHS’s Straven Rd ground. They

have made a bit of a habit of

going behind and then making a

comeback, but they will look to

correct that on Saturday.

Timaru made the final after a

solid 24-10 over Christ’s College

in Timaru. Meanwhile, St Bede’s

will play Marlborough Boys’

College in the bowl final after

beating Shirley Boys’ High 36-33,

while St Andrew’s missed out on a

spot in the plate final after a 57-14

defeat to Waimea Combined.

Belfast Rugby salutes its finest

SPORTS

BELFAST DIVISION one prop

Sorby Sovea was awarded the

Trevor Mundy Salver as the

club’s 2017 player of the year at

the recent senior prize-giving.

About 200 members

and guests gathered at the

Belfast Rugby Football Club

headquarters to see who took

home prizes on the night.

The award-winners:

• Trevor Mundy Salver

awarded to the 2017 club player

of the year: Sorby Sovea.

• Golden oldies “Clayton

Cosgrove” personality of

the year: Peter Knight.

Classics grade:

• Brown Bros Cup player

of year: Darren Espin.

• Players, player of the

year: Shane Gibson.

• Best forward: Ewen

McDonald.

• Best back: Shane Gibson.

Division four:

• Rattler Rugby Trophy for the

player of the year: Alex Sampson.

• Players, player of the year:

Shannon Morton.

• Best forward: Shannon

Morton.

• Best back: Zane Pedlar.

Division three:

• Rowe & Co Cup for the

player of the year: Sven Wright.

• Players, player of the year:

Patrick Horne.

• Best forward: Phillip Peters.

• Best back: Jarrod Beaumont.

• Richie & Nicki Ewin Trophy

colts leadership award: Jessie

Anderson.

Division two:

• Sullivan Cup for the player of

the year: Sefano Bonotto.

• Players, player of the year:

Corey McKenzie.

• Best forward: Corey

McKenzie.

• Best back: Jotame Tavo.

Division two:

• Northlands Trophy special

division two award: Garry Hutt.

SPORTS

Division one:

• Les McFadden Cup for the

player of the year: Fili Leo’o.

• Players, player of the year:

Naibuka Tavenavo.

• Best forward: Matt McGuire.

• Best back: Jarel Hemahema.

Club awards:

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• Clarrie Cassidy Cup for the

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• Presidents Cup: Division one

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• Ben Rudkin Cup: Biggest

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Roger Grenfell.

• Club captain’s award – Mike

Moore Cup: Vasco Baptista.

• Murray Wilson Trophy

administrator of the year: Brad

Thorpe.

• Alan Adams Cup for best

contribution to the club: Neil

Jackways.

• Players achievement award

– GG Don Memorial Cup:

Naibuka Tavenavo.

• Ron Bell Cup for colt of the

year: Jarrod Connor.

• Wayne Horsnell Memorial

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• By Andrew King

ST ANDREW’S College has the

opportunity to do the double

with both its boys and girls

football teams making the finals

in their competitions.

The boys team known as ‘the

thistles’ ground-out a 1-0 win

over Cashmere High last week

to book themselves in the

final.

The girls team cruised past

Burnside High 3-0 to make the

final against Cashmere High who

beat Rangiora High 3-1.

Both finals will be played on

August 30 at English Park.

St Andrew’s boys coach Matt

Jansen said it was an awesome

feeling to make the final and the

boys are really keen to take it

home.

“They [St Thomas] have been a

really competitive team this year.

They beat us in the regional finals

in futsal, then beat us 1-0 to win

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time,” he said.

“We are looking to take the

momentum from this final into

the nationals.”

Cashmere coach Craig Squire

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said it was disappointing to not

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“We played well in a very tight

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both teams,” he said.

“The coaching team are very

proud of the effort the team has

put in and continue to put in to

developing their football and

improving each week.”

In the other boys semi-final,

Burnside High and St Thomas

saw the back of the net bulge

with eight goals with the team

known as ‘the saints’ getting past

‘the beasts’, 5-3.

Burnside coach David

Williams said they played hard

and gave it their all but let

themselves down in defence.

“We are now turning our

minds to the tournament in

Palmerston North. We won this

tournament two years ago when

it was in Papamoa so it would

be great to have our names on it

again,” he said.

In the plate final, St Bede’s will

take on last year’s champions

Lincoln High at English Park on

August 30.

St Bede’s cruised into the final

with a comfortable 4-0 win over

Christchurch Boys’ High, while

Lincoln beat Shirley Boys’ High

1-0.

Aldridge continues golden

run at karate tournament

• By Andrew King

PAPANUI HIGH School’s

Britney Aldridge has continued

her stunning form winning

gold at the world karate

championships on the Gold

Coast.

The 18-year-old won gold

with her team in the senior

women’s kata and bronze in the

individual female senior open

event at the tournament

earlier this month.

It backs up her

gold in the female 18

and over, under-55kg

kumite, and the female

under-21, under-65kg

kumite categories, as well

as bronze in the under-21

kata at the national

karate championships in

Wellington.

Aldridge said it was an

incredible feeling.

“We won 2013 gold in

the junior team, too, so

taking out the senior

open this year was just

the cherry on top,” she

said.

She now turns

her attention to the

Goju world karate

championship in Romania

in September, where she will

defend her 2015 title before

the junior world under-21

karate competition in Spain in

October.

“Defending my title [in

Romania] is going to be a big

experience but, as always, I’m

ready for the challenge,” she said.

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These conditions may be caused

by repetitive tasks, forceful exertions,

vibrations, mechanical compression, or

sustained or awkward positions.

The shorter and tenser the muscle, the

harder it pulls on the places it attaches to

(e.g. the bone). When this happens in the

forearm the pull at those attachments and

tendons causes irritation and inflammation

of those areas. This will be noticed as pain in

the elbow and wrist. When this happens in

the neck and shoulder area, it will be noticed

as local pain, stiffness and sometimes

headaches. The nerves run right through

the muscles. Tension on the muscles causes

pressure on the nerves. As the muscles

shorten, the nerves running through them

have a tendency to both shorten and slide

less well. This causes the nerves to radiate

pain throughout the arm.

Triggerpoints are areas in your muscles,

where a few muscle fibres have contracted




in a knot. These knots (the hard and painful originate in your

areas in your muscles felt during massage) neck. Pain in your

weaken and shorten your muscles and can little finger or


cause referred pain.

forearm can originate

This drawing is an example of pain areas in your chest. This

(the red area), caused by triggerpoints (the is the reason that

black X).

your therapist may



treat an area, other

than where you are


experiencing pain.

In the following

drawing you can see

the painful areas in

the head caused by the triggerpoint in the

neck. This is often the result of poor posture.


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Their experience is:


• Most of the patients who have had their

pain for less than a year leave this clinic free

This is your muscle’s reaction to of pain (but they have to be very careful to


continuous irritation. In most cases, there avoid relapses).


are multiple causes for this irritation. These • When the OOS pain has been there


could be: repeated actions without breaks; for more than a year, that percentage drops

constant

static posture resulting in constant to 60%.


muscle contraction; lack of healthy blood • The other 40% will leave the clinic with

flow;

bad posture resulting in continuous relief of pain and with knowledge about

high

loading of some muscles, etc. numerous strategies to relieve and handle


As you can see, your thumb pain can the remaining pain.

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What causes OOS? The Department

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Keeping your digestive system

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Dr. Jarvis found the effects of cider

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As well as a general tonic Dr. Jarvis found

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McKenzie Lifestyle Village is in the final

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sites available and we also have a number

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Our beautiful Leisure Centre is available

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Apple cider vinegar contains all the

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I have never been so well off as we are now

we moved to McKenzie Lifestyle Village.”

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Geraldine is a great little town with a

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break down cholesterol formations in the

blood vessels.

ACV and H is a powerful tonic that

also promotes digestion, assimilation of

nutrients and elimination of waste, and

helps neutralize any toxic substances that

enter the body.

It is important to note not all cider

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results are likely to prove disappointing

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What’s On

Entertainment

Emma

Palaamo

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Emma’s back!

THAT’S right folks, Emma Palaamo has returned to

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running it!

Emma last worked at the Club when her parents

Bev and Steve Palaamo were running the Bistro and

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Unsure of what she wanted to do when she left

school Emma decided to attend university where she

earned a degree in English and Psychology.

“I’ve wondered if I’d ever use my degree, but I love

being in the kitchen. Cooking’s in my blood. It’s what

I’m used to,” said Emma.

Largely trained by her father, Emma said she was

nervous when she was initially offered running the

Bistro.

“My parents have such a good reputation and I don’t

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