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•Story, page 11

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• By Julia Evans

A SEMI-CIRCLE of bollards has

been put in at the intersection of

Colombo St and Edgeware Rd to

solve congestion problems.

THe “temporary island”

was installed on Wednesday

to mitigate traffic issues, city

council manager planning and

delivery transport Lynette Ellis

said.

It comes after Nor’West News

revealed local businesses were

concerned congestion at the

junction, which has been causing

rat-running, was a crash

waiting to happen.

Bailies Bar and Restaurant coowner

Richard Norton was concerned

about a crash occurring

due to drivers driving through

the car park outside his business

to avoid the congestion.

He said it was too soon to see

any results from the city council’s

solution.

But he was glad it had “done

something.”

Ms Ellis said the “interim

changes” have been put in place

SOLUTION: These cones

have created the temporary

fix to the Colombo St and

Edgeware Rd congestion

problems. ​

to ensure cars drive over the

intersection detectors on Colombo

St and trigger the lights

to change.

Congestion issues have

been caused by motorists not

approaching the intersection

properly, Ms Ellis said.

Motorists are pulling up too

far to the left of the intersection,

confusing car parking with a left

turning lane.

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DESK News......................................3, 6

COINCIDENCE, or a bit of a

shove from Nor’West News?

I’m referring to our lead story on

page 1 today over the Colombo St/

Edgeware Rd congestion.

Last week we highlighted the

problem and the confusion motorists

were having with the lanes;

confusion that meant the sensors

were not picking up when the

lights needed to change.

That was caused by vehicles

being driven to the wrong place at

the intersection.

Bar owner Richard Norton

became frustrated with the even

more frustrated drivers who have

been taking shortcuts through his

car park to avoid queuing at the

intersection.

But lo and behold there has been

a development.

Bollards have been installed

which now force vehicles to the

correct position at the intersection.

Problem over, we hope.

– Barry Clarke

Shirley schools get planting SCHOOLS 8

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Local Views.................4-5

Schools..............................8, 11

Sport..................................12

Events.......................................16

Health................................18

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Going out with colour and style

Learn how

to decorate

your coffin

• By Julia Evans

DONNA Sutherland is on a

mission to help people celebrate

their lives.

The Bishopdale-based graphic

designer will soon be hosting

weekly classes for people to

decorate their own coffins from

a new container at the MeNZ

Shed site on Kendal Ave.

It may sound like a morbid

job, but Ms Sutherland said it’s

about giving a “personal touch”

to an otherwise sad occasion.

She said it’s actually quite a

soothing task.

Rotorua Coffin Club

chairwoman Katie Williams

will travel to Christchurch to

officially open the workshop

container in the coming

months.

“We’ve just finished painting

[the container], so we’re not far

from finishing it all off,” Ms

Sutherland said.

But the hope is that, like the

MeNZ Shed, the classes will

bring people together.

Ms Sutherland said it will be

a great space for anyone who

wants to come along and join in.

At the moment, she offers the

service privately and freely to

people who purchase caskets

from the Bishopdale MeNZ

Shed.

“I’ve just come from a funeral

where the daughter wanted

me to paint her mother’s coffin

bright poppy red. It was her

mother’s favourite colour,” she

said.

She said it was “gorgeous” and

brought the room to life.

Ms Sutherland said she’d

recently been down to Oamaru

to help a woman decorate

the casket of her husband, a

Catalina pilot in World War 2,

who had passed away.

“The coffin was air force blue

and we decorated it with images

of the Catalina he’d flown and

medals he’d won,” she said.

There is no limit to what you

can have on your coffin, she

said.

“It acts like a memory board.”

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co-ordinator Richard Rendle

said he is looking forward

to seeing the groups in the

container.

“It’ll be great to get people

in there decorating their own

coffins,” Mr Rendle said.

The MeNZ Shed make and

sell coffins with all profits going

towards Ms Sutherland’s other

project, angel boxes, which are

caskets for babies.

“It all comes together to help

keep funding the angel boxes,”

she said.

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Supporting women to succeed

Founder

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Christchurch

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meets

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Sheila Hailstone writes

about the importance of

inspiring confidence in

women

When Annette King finally

bowed out of the Labour Party

after 33 years, she said it was not

good enough that women only

make up 31 per cent of the MPs

and that all political parties need

to commit to making Parliament

truly a House of Representatives.

It is not only in this area of

leadership women are underrepresented.

Women make up over 60 per

cent of university graduates with a

post graduate or honours degree.

However, they can only be found

in 20 per cent of senior management

positions and only 17 per

cent of private sector boards.

It’s not that women of any age

lack the skills or obvious intelligence

to put themselves forward

for leadership positions but they

may need support and confidence

to take up the challenge.

Christchurch Women’s Toastmasters,

which meets weekly in

Harewood Rd, has a phrase ‘supporting

women to succeed’.

In this club, women can gain

both the speaking skills and

leadership skills to take on any

challenge.

The group has attracted women

from many walks of life and has a

truly international feel as women

of many different cultures find

their speaking voice.

The women in this club have

used their skills to train business

people in public speaking and

the funds gained have been used

to help pay the training fees for

those members on a tight budget.

Members have credited the club

with helping them gain work,

confidence, management positions

and there is even one elderly

member who believed it helped

them recover from a stroke.

For women, it is important to

not allow the noise of other’s opinions

to drown out their own voice.

Women should follow their hearts,

and if they want to gain confidence

to do so they can and should

be supported by other women.

The Christchurch Women’s

Toastmasters is a great place to

start.

Then maybe in my lifetime we

will see women take up 50 per

cent of the seats in Parliament

and 50 per cent of the places on

private sector and Governmental

boards.

Readers of Nor’West

News react to the

upgrades at Merivale Mall

and the departure of long

term tenant Paper Plus

Carolyn Moffat – I’m

appalled to see how this mall

treats its long term tenants.

The mall owners obviously

have no respect for their tenants,

and only want to fill up

the mall with chain stores, so

that it becomes like every other

mall around town. Might as

well shop elsewhere now at a

bigger mall, as this mall is fast

becoming irrelevant. Paper

Plus will be sorely missed,

just as the florist was, when it

closed down.

Catherine Small – Paper

Plus is the only reason I went

to Merivale Mall . . . it’s The

Tannery for me now.

Sandra Wright-Taylor

– So sad about the way Paper

Plus has been treated. The

staff are knowledgeable,

helpful and provide a very

different range of products

than Whitcoulls. I found that

it stocked books that others

didn’t. It was the drawcard

store at the mall. No need to

shop there now.

Jason Thomas – Without

a doubt, tenants excluded, the

NOR’WEST NEWS

‘mall’ is one of the worst in the

country.

Karene Smith – There

seems to be a trend with mall

upgrades shifting out clients

who have supported them for

many years. Who have paid

good rents and served the

public well. No loyalty. I am

hoping now that the inner-city

shall gain these shop owners

and will be supported by their

previous clientele in the new

environment. We have now the

opportunity to have a vibrant

inner-city shopping experience.

Parking buildings have

easy access.

Connon Bray – Poor

choices from the decisionmakers

at Merivale Mall and

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Chris Mugford – I hope the

new tenants enjoy the privilege of

paying for the new mall upgrades

especially as they watch the customer

car park empty out as the

customers look for good service

and uniqueness elsewhere.

Jane Macarthy – Why is

everyone surprised? It’s all about

money people. The mall has

always being about itself and it’s

not really. Mall . . . more like the

location.

Josh Hurrell – Would take a

pretty big revamp to ever make

that place relevant.

Tracey Tyler – Very sad to

see Paper Plus leaving. It’s a great

store with lovely staff.

Keely Raines – Yet another

mall to make it unaffordable

for the hard working locally

owned family business and give

the space to another corporate,

disgusting.

Pamela Neil – About time. It

is very boring and quite expensive.

I used to live in a lovely house at

124 Aikmans Rd when I went to

Elmwood Normal School – now

part of the mall car park.

Anthony McBride – This is

why I don’t shop at malls.

Liz Ball – The mall owners are

greedy as Paper Plus is such a nice

shop and I will be saddened to see

it go.

Anne Marie Smulders – I

like Paper Plus and always go

there when I visit my family in

Merivale. Such a shame it has to

go.

Musician earns $5000

award from foundation

A YOUNG pianist who lost his

father in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake is among those

who have been recognised for

outstanding musicianship.

Bradley Wood, along with

conductor Vincent Hardaker

received Dame Malvina Major

Foundation Christchurch Arts

Excellence Awards worth $5000.

Wood’s father, Murray, was

one of 115 people killed in the

CTV building collapse in the

earthquake.

Murray Wood was CTV’s

managing director, chairman

of the Music Centre and heavily

•From page 1

“Adjacent to the traffic lane,

the cycleway construction incorporated

four car parks outside

the businesses on the corner to

provide customer car parking in

close proximity,” Ms Ellis said.

So the bollards were put in to

stop cars pulling up there.

If the bollards prove to address

congestion problems, the city

council will look to keep it there

permanently, Ms Ellis said.

“The city council will monitor

the intersection and will look to

make the island permanent if the

involved in the city’s music scene.

After studying at Christ’s College,

Bradley went on to achieve

first-class honours in classical

performance at the University of

Auckland.

He said he felt honoured to

receive an award from the foundation.

“The foundation’s generosity

affords young musicians the opportunity

to venture out into the wider

musical world,” Bradley said.

He will use the funds to study

towards a Master’s in Piano Performance

at the Royal College of

Music in London.

Solution to intersection problem

current issues are resolved,” she

said.

She said the bollards were the

only practical solution as it isn’t

plausible to put wider detectors

across the intersection.

“It is not possible to put in

wider detection loops, as they

would be under the car parks

and this would cause the traffic

signals to extend the Colombo

St green phase when a car was

parked,” she said.

Ms Ellis said in turn, that would

cause congestion on Edgeware Rd.

•Intersection audit, p6

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has been approved. Gerry

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Minister supporting Greater

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approved the plan which

rezones around 50ha of

former farmland around

Grassmere St and Croziers Rd

for residential development.

A memorandum of

understanding will now be

developed between the city

council and local land

owners.

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Pedestrian

island for

Gardiners Rd

• By Julia Evans

PUPIL SAFETY is being

prioritised with proposed road

upgrades in Bishopdale.

The city council is looking to

install a new pedestrian island on

Gardiners Rd, near the intersection

with Fairford St.

City council staff said it is a

popular crossing location for

pupils and their families from

nearby Cotswold School.

“To support the students and

families from Cotswold School

and the surrounding area, a new

pedestrian refuge would make

this part of Gardiners Rd a safer

place to cross,” staff said.

However, some on-street parking

around the corner of Gardiners

Rd and Fairford St, adjacent to

where the island will go, will have

to be removed.

And tactile pavers will also

be installed outside 52 and 53

Gardiners Rd to assist pedestrians

who are visually impaired.

A tree outside 53 Gardiners

Rd will also have to be

removed.

•You can have your say

on these plans on the city

council’s website until

September 8.

Dangerous intersection audit

• By Julia Evans

TRAFFIC SIGNALS at

a contentious Harewood

intersection are one step closer

to getting the green light.

But first, the Harewood,

Gardiners and Breens Rd

junction will be scrutinised

during a city council safety

assessment.

As part of the city council’s

Annual Plan process, funding

was included for a full corridor

assessment of Harewood Rd

from Johns Rd to Greers Rd.

That audit will be carried out

before Christmas, city council

manager planning and delivery

transport Lynette Ellis said.

“It needs to be completed in

conjunction with an assessment

of Greers Rd, and Sawyers Arms

Rd. It is due to start prior to

Christmas,” Ms Ellis said.

And Mayor Lianne Dalziel

said there would be funding set

aside for an upgrade, including

lights, if the safety audit proved

they were necessary.

But city councillor Aaron Keown,

who has been calling

for the upgrade, remains sceptical.

“If the audit comes back and

says an upgrade is not necessary,

I would never trust safety audits

DANGEROUS: Residents

have been lobbying to get

the Harewood, Gardiners

and Breens Rd intersection

upgraded for “decades” to

avoid crashes like the one

earlier this month.​

again,” Cr Keown said.

He said he will be interested to

see how the audit is conducted.

“I just hope it’s not only a

traffic count, we also need to

look at driver behaviour in the

area and take into consideration

people rat-running and pulling

dangerous U-turns, Cr Keown

said.

It comes after a recent collision

at the intersection, which is the

second in a matter of months.

After the crash, Cr Keown said

he rushed out and spoke to the

police officer in attendance.

“The policeman told me he’d

been trying to get lights at this

REWARD: City councillor

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anyone who could name an

intersection without lights that

was more dangerous.

intersection for years as well,” he

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Cr Keown has been lobbying

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“They [residents] have been

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CULTURE: The Rangi Ruru Girls’ School and

Christ’s College kapa haka groups performed.

(Right) The map dress titled ‘road of the past’

was modelled by student Georgina Scott and

created by Holly McCarron and Molly Payne.

Rangi shows off culture

FROM A chamber music trio to

a full dance company and kapa

haka groups, Rangi Ruru showed

off its talented students during an

annual cultural showcase.

The event was themed ‘wind

back the clock’ with spectacular

performances to full houses last

week at The Piano centre.

Added interest was provided by

a parade of wearable art costumes

and the announcement of the

winner of the Gordon Harris

Visual Art award.

The matinee performance

was attended by more than 180

visitors from Paparoa Street

School, St Mark’s School, and

the Merivale Retirement village,

which had front row seats.

Notable guests included

Robin and Anne Gibson, direct

descendants of Rangi Ruru

founders the Gibson Family, and

Elizabeth Reid, who boarded at

the school in 1944.

SHOWCASE: The matinee

show had almost 200 guests,

including residents from

Merivale Retirement Village.

GREEN THUMB: Mitch McMillan and Cyrus McLean plant a

shrub.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

Shirley schools get

stuck into gardening

• By Julia Evans

GETTING THEIR hands dirty

was not a concern for students

during a planting day at Shirley

Primary School.

Pupils from the school

were joined by their older

counterparts from Shirley Boys’

High who got stuck into making

and planting planter boxes.

The day was organised by

Corbin Newlands, who is

on the Shirley Boys’ High

environmental council.

Corbin said the day was about

keeping the community spirit

that came after the earthquake

alive.

“We had such a good

day. Students from the

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he said.

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SCHOOLS

ACOUSTICS: Beats of Breens and Jetta (below), both from

Breens Intermediate, on stage at the Bandquest competition

PHOTOS: PHIL MARDON

ROCK ON: Cobham Intermediate School band Neon Flux 2.0

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• By Julia Evans

WIELDING GUITARS, drum

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during the Rockshop Bandquest

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Bands from Heaton, Cobham

and Breens intermediate schools

and Waimairi School were

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Radio Mayhem, of Heaton, won

awards, including rocking drummer,

best female vocalist, and

they were second overall with

their covers of Green Day and the

Foo Fighters.

Two pupils from Breens also

picked up individual awards –

Billie Nuku for musicianship

and Dylan Smart for best male

vocalist.

Bandquest is the pupils version

of the Smokefreerockquest.

Founder and director Glenn

Common said the competition is

a vehicle to develop young talent.

“Very often Bandquest is the

first experience on a fully set up

stage for these bands, with a light

show and professionally mixed

sound,” he said.

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victory in the

junior rugby.

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• By Andrew King

Tuesday August 29 2017

A NUMBER of north-west

schools had success in the

Primary Sports Canterbury

winter tournament on Thursday.

More than 1700 pupils

making up 171 teams from 87

schools across Canterbury came

together to play netball, hockey,

football and rugby at South

Hagley and English parks.

Paparoa Street School won the

junior rugby section, beating

Ellesmere College in the final,

and came second in the junior B

netball tournament after being

beaten in the final by Halswell

School.

Cotswold School were first

equal with Elmwood Normal

School in the junior A netball

SPORTS

North-west schools show off

talent at primary tournament

and first equal with Lincoln

Primary School in the junior

football.

Waimairi School were third in

the junior football.

In the senior hockey, St Andrew’s

College were first, while

in the junior hockey, Fendalton

Open Air School and St Albans

School were first equal.

Rounding off the success for

the north-west schools were

Christ the King School, which

were third in the senior netball.

All schools had to qualify

through their school zone to be

eligible for one of the biggest primary

school sports events of the

year, Primary and Canterbury

AIMS sports director Lyn Miles

said.

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Rangi Ruru to meet CGHS

in repeat of last year’s final

• By Andrew King

IT’S DÉJÀ vu in the division

one Whelans Trophy with last

year’s finalists Rangi Ruru Girls’

School taking on Christchurch

Girls’ High for the title tonight.

It is the second year the

competition has been run and

Rangi Ruru will be looking to

win back-to-back titles at Cowles

Stadium at 5.45pm, while CGHS

will want to avenge last year’s

loss.

A narrow 61-59 win against St

Andrew’s College at Middleton

Grange booked Rangi Ruru a

spot in the final.

Rangi coach Darcy Rose said

she expects a “tough game”

tonight.

“Girls’ high is a talented,

well-coached team that played

• By Andrew King

CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High’s

newest rugby star Rico Syme

stole the show on Saturday,

pulling off three big plays in the

18-10 win over Timaru Boys’

High in the UC Championship

final.

Syme slotted into first-five

after playing the semi-final at

fullback and, within the first

half hour, repaid the coaches

very well against Middleton last

week,” she said.

She said Rangi are up for the

challenge.

CGHS had a tight 64-62 win

against Middleton Grange at

Middleton.

CGHS coach Phil Burns is

in his final year of coaching

the side and said the level of

basketball being played is the

faith with two chip kicks to set

up tries in both corners. He said

“luck of the bounce” and great

support play meant the kicks

came off.

The 12-3 half-time lead was

extended with another Syme

penalty in the 42nd-minute,

before Timaru hit back with a

converted try of their own from

a lineout drive making the score

15-10 with 20min to play.

Syme lined up a penalty in the

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IN THE PAINT:

CGHS captain

Sapphire Wairau

shoots from in

the key in the

semi-final win

over Middleton

Grange last

week. PHOTO:

JAMES

LISSAMAN

strongest he has seen in 20

years.

“We played them [Rangi]

recently and that game went to

overtime,” he said. Rangi won

83-79.

Burns said his team is one of

the tallest in the competition

so he is “confident they can

compete at both ends”.

Syme shines as CBHS win UC Champs

62nd-minute from about 45m on

the angle, and the confident left

boot did not fail.

Even though Timaru needed

two scoring plays to snatch

victory, Syme said he knew they

would have to defend hard as

they were capable of coming

back.

CBHS held on to win their

second consecutive title and

their 10th in 17 years of the

competition.

Mixed Two

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both with a strong environmental focus from the manmade and natural world. Their work

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Emma Milburn’s paintings depict elements that are influenced by the natural environment

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”The juxtaposition between my experiences of wilderness,

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‘Monowai’ original painting

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at Little River Gallery from

September 2nd

For Jacqueline Morren this body of work is a new direction.

She sets herself a big challenge to sculpt without training or

access to technical tools. At times this has resulted in her

having to create her own implements, to aid the stretching &

curving of the silver out of one piece, without the use of soldering.

Jacqueline Morren’s fine

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from the exhibition ‘Mixed

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from September 2nd

“Maker’s marks are left intentionally; I have no inclination towards smooth perfection. I

love discovering the magical combination of metals & Jade until it feels right, usually after a

long process. This enables the wonderful greenstone to come to life, to its fullest potential.”

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Independent living a lifestyle

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facilities and activities the village

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company and friendship of the

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The range of entertainment and

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and movies in the village theatre;

while the all-weather bowling

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For quieter times, there is the

well-stocked library, plus there is a

hair and beauty salon and a small

shop for essentials.

Like all Ryman Healthcare

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differences, which further set

them apart. These include their

resident friendly terms – the

Peace of Mind Guarantees. There

is also a generator on site as backup

in the event of a power cut, wifi

and emergency call alarms.

Diana Isaac Retirement Village

also enjoys close connections with

the community. It is affiliated

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groups and offers its facilities for

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Book clubs, Probus groups and

gardening groups are among those

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Residents enjoying the exclusive Ryman Triple A exercise classes.

Hoko and Glenda Ria relaxing in their comfortable townhouse lounge.

“It’s our home”

For new residents at Diana Isaac,

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The couple moved in to their

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“It was amazing. It filled me with

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Hoko said, “Keep talking, I’m

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“The village manager and the

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We are busier now than we were

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“That was brilliant,” says Hoko.

Both he and Glenda are thrilled

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“This is not just a village as such,”

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as Armistice was declared in 1918, a range of images, motifs, objects and structures began to

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the war. The keynote presentation will be given by historian Sandy Callister. A light afternoon

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in Canterbury University’s lecture theatre 105, law building.

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Women’s Toastmasters International

Gala

Friday, 12.30-2.30pm

Christchurch Women’s

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Gala is being held this Friday.

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free food and drinks and join

in the meeting to see how they

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communication and leadership.

All welcome

St Paul’s Church,1 Harewood

Rd.

Love Tennis

Saturday and Sunday

from 1pm

Tennis clubs across the city

are opening their doors in a

fun, free event for all ages.

There will be games, barbecue,

prizes, giveaways and equipment

supplied. Take yourself and

your family along and play. For

more information, including a

full list of participating venues

visit www.lovetennis.kiwi/

Canterbury.

Bishopdale Tennis Club, 35

Leacroft St.

Help us keep the

Santa Parade going...

The Christchurch City Council

funds 50% of this ‘not for profit’

event and we thank them for

their contribution.

However, the Trust is appealing

for further assistance from the

public through our ‘Give a little’

page.

All donations are gratefully

accepted.

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REAL ESTATE

Church Bay waterfront contemporary

67 Koromiko Crescent, Diamond Harbour

Price: $1,175,000

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # 5150

A rare opportunity to acquire a prime

waterfront property with panoramic Sea

views which sweep across Quail Island,

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contemporary 350m2 (approx.) family

home is positioned on a spectacular site.

An Executive home featuring incredible

outdoor family living, providing relaxed

indoor/outdoor flow ideal for ease of

entertaining. Privacy and shelter is

provided by the mature trees, established

formal garden and large lawn leading onto

the expansive kwila deck.

The property is set on an impressive

1810m2 parcel of land, in two titles.

Featuring a double height entrance and

living room ceilings, 4 double bedrooms,

2 living areas and a large family room/

playroom. This open plan executive home

features breathtaking sea views at every

turn.

With both the new master en-suite and

family bathroom luxuriously appointed

with Italian porcelain and marble mosaic,

exquisite in every detail. Facing North

West this is a naturally warm home, the

sun tracking from the early morning to

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The floor to ceiling windows in the living

area harness all natural warmth which

during the cooler months is backed up by

under-floor heating, in addition to the gas

fire place in the lounge area, adding to the

warmth and ambience. This property is

visually stunning with world class views.

The current owners are reluctantly

departing after 16 years, their sincere wish

is that the property should continue to be

enjoyed as much as they have enjoyed it.

For a private viewing, contact Tim

Dunningham of Min Sarginson Real

Estate (Licensed Agent REAA 2008),

phone 027 651 5474 or 329 4161

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Home Visits available by appointment

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Different outlook

and fresh approach

THE Cashmere Club has appointed a

new Club Manager, Donna Hughes.

“After a very thorough recruitment

process I am pleased to advise that the

Board of the Cashmere Club has

approved the appointment of Donna

Hughes as our new General Manager,”

said Pete Winchester, Board Chairman.

“Donna comes to the Club with an

extensive background in hospitality,

with experience in senior management

positions in Customer Services and

most recently at the executive level in

Marketing and Loyalty management.

As far as I am aware this is the first

time we have ever had a woman take up

the role of General Manager of our

club. It will no doubt provide a different

outlook and fresh approach to what we

want to achieve in the future.”

\

Donna said she has been warmly

welcomed by members and staff at

the Cashmere Club and that it is

great to see the diversity of the

services the club already offers its

members, their families and the

community.

The Cashmere Club | 50 Colombo Street | Phone 03 332 0092

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Treetop

• Metal pendant with oak top (incl. ceiling canopy)

• Ø31 cm

• Fabric cord (235 cm)

• Materiale: metal / wood (oak)

• Available in matt black and matt white

• Recommended bulb (not incl.) : E27 max. 60W

• Designer: Henrik Pedersen

829 Colombo Street | Phone 379 0600

www.accentlighting.co.nz

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