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North-west<br />

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wardens<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

PARKING WARDENS appear to<br />

be fair game in suburbs across the<br />

north-west.<br />

Latest statistics show of the<br />

36 verbal and physical assaults<br />

on parking wardens in the city,<br />

seven were in Merivale, Redwood,<br />

Papanui and Belfast.<br />

And four of the seven incidents,<br />

including one of two assaults, took<br />

place in Merivale alone.<br />

On April 28, a parking warden<br />

was assaulted by the owner of the<br />

vehicle they were issuing a ticket<br />

on Papanui Rd outside Merivale<br />

Mall just before noon.<br />

The fine, for parking over the<br />

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The offender had to have<br />

a restorative justice meeting<br />

with the parking warden and<br />

apologised.<br />

Wardens were also threatened<br />

and verbally abused on Leinster<br />

Rd in May and Winchester St in<br />

August. But they were not doing<br />

anything apart from walking<br />

along the road.<br />

It comes as the number of assaults<br />

and abuse being reported<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong><br />

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DESK <strong>News</strong>..................................... 3-11<br />

IT’S A tough job being a parking<br />

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page 1.<br />

Being parking warden is a<br />

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But it is a job that has to be<br />

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care about restricted parking.<br />

And the result of that would<br />

be a lot of angry motorists who<br />

wouldn’t be able to get a park.<br />

So if you’re getting a ticket<br />

take it on the chin instead of<br />

trying to land one on someone<br />

just doing their job.<br />

Congratulations to St<br />

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Connetics first XI football<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong> 3<br />

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World-class problem solvers<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

TWO CASEBROOK pupils<br />

have proved themselves among<br />

the top young problem solving<br />

minds in the world.<br />

Casebrook Intermediate<br />

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in Busan, South Korea last week.<br />

And with them they brought a<br />

pair of best creativity awards.<br />

Deputy principal Nick Leith<br />

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to the Korean Peninsula and<br />

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Un was testing nuclear warheads<br />

across the border, Mr Leith said<br />

there was no evidence of a tense<br />

political climate whatsoever.<br />

“It’s something South Korea<br />

has been going through for 50<br />

years, you couldn’t even tell<br />

anything was going on.”<br />

He said it was the heat that got<br />

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from North Korea.<br />

WINNERS: After working 14-hour days, Ben Donaldson (left) and Bronte Perriam won best<br />

creativity awards with support from deputy principal Nick Leith.<br />

Instead Ben and Bronte<br />

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School in Incheon.<br />

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the creative support to the<br />

expertise of their Korean teammates.<br />

“They definitely had to work<br />

for the free trip, the work ethic<br />

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high,” he said.<br />

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“I think how hard they had to<br />

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$100 wager ‘claimed’<br />

Businessman and Papanui-<br />

Innes Community Board<br />

member John Stringer<br />

writes about a pair of busy<br />

Harewood intersections<br />

City councillor Aaron Keown’s<br />

Harewood, Gardiners and Breens<br />

Rds intersection “issue” is simply<br />

not a local priority.<br />

I live a few blocks from the<br />

intersection and have good-humouredly<br />

“claimed’’ Cr Keown’s<br />

$100 wager that his intersection<br />

of Harewood, Gardiners and<br />

Breens Rd is the busiest intersection<br />

in Christchurch.<br />

It clearly isn’t and I live near<br />

Aaron’s intersection on Harewood<br />

Rd.<br />

But its good he’s advocating<br />

for the locals and a simple traffic<br />

island would solve his problem<br />

as it has on the much busier<br />

Harewood and Russley Rds<br />

intersection.<br />

Just 1km from Cr Keown’s<br />

tame four-lane Harewood,<br />

Gardiners and Breens Rd<br />

intersection is the Harewood<br />

and Russley Rd intersection,<br />

which has 18 lanes entering and<br />

egressing a two-lane road. And<br />

Russley and Harewood Rd has no<br />

lights.<br />

It’s much more busy and would<br />

have 20 times more traffic than<br />

Harewood, Gardiners and Breens<br />

Rd.<br />

My intersection has a shopping<br />

strip, a school, a Playcentre and<br />

a church within 100m and the<br />

airport on the other side.<br />

And the only way for pedestrians<br />

or cyclists to cross my<br />

intersection is by literally going<br />

underground (through a tunnel).<br />

That beats Aaron hands-down.<br />

But I won’t be claiming his<br />

$100; instead I’ll be sending him<br />

a Monopoly $100 note or if he’d<br />

like to donate $50 of his $100<br />

wager to a Papanui charity of my<br />

choosing I’ll give $50 to a Harewood<br />

charity of his choosing.<br />

Readers of the Nor’West<br />

<strong>News</strong> respond to the article<br />

regarding congestion at the<br />

intersection of Colombo St<br />

and Edgeware Rd<br />

Simon O’Connor – I came<br />

across the article about the<br />

Edgeware Rd and Colombo St<br />

intersection and thought I’d add<br />

something to the mix, if it’s still<br />

topical. I’m feeling it is very topical.<br />

Because as a result our city<br />

has become swamped by excessive<br />

use of road safety signage,<br />

lights and bollards. Visually it<br />

is noise. The quantity and usage<br />

of vertical poles and traffic lights<br />

is absurd and this visual noise is<br />

fundamentally wrong. The city<br />

sadly lost a lot of its charm six<br />

years ago, and we are no longer<br />

a garden city. It seems there<br />

are more metal poles and yellow<br />

plastic trees than gardens. We<br />

cannot constantly facilitate the<br />

needs of people who are cannot<br />

think for themselves or other<br />

road users. It is the majority of<br />

us that actually suffer. It’s like<br />

someone at the city council is<br />

shareholder in these traffic safety<br />

equipment suppliers. I drive<br />

daily along Colombo St, turning<br />

left on Edgware Rd, so here are<br />

my qualified observations:<br />

•It now takes longer as a journey,<br />

I usually could turn left in 10<br />

seconds, by giving way to others.<br />

•I sit at the traffic lights for<br />

around a minute waiting to turn<br />

left, more greenhouse gas as I sit<br />

in congestion.<br />

•I sit at the traffic lights for imaginary<br />

cyclists who have their<br />

very own green light, but nobody<br />

is there?<br />

•Sometimes I have to wait for<br />

imaginary cyclists on two repeat<br />

instruction of the lights.<br />

•I see about two cyclists tops<br />

at 8.30am up Colombo St from<br />

Bealey Ave.<br />

•I know first-hand of a business<br />

on the corner of Bealey Ave and<br />

Colombo St who left her store<br />

due to reduced customers, lack of<br />

parking, and cycleway construction,<br />

which took months.<br />

Heather Wilkins – Be nice<br />

if they could get the intersections<br />

sorted. They may have<br />

turning lanes but they need<br />

their own turning lights and<br />

the turning lanes should turn<br />

at the same time like they do at<br />

Blenheim Rd where you come off<br />

the motorway, just like they do in<br />

Australia.


NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong> 5<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

ROADING: The city council installed yellow bollards at the<br />

intersection at Colombo St and Edgeware Rd.<br />

The light frequency needs to go<br />

longer for the minor roads off the<br />

main roads as sometimes you can<br />

sit in the turning lane for four<br />

turns of the lights and with that<br />

the straight through sometimes<br />

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regularly try to beat the lights<br />

LAwyERS<br />

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of the new restaurant next to the<br />

supermarket, foot and vehicle<br />

traffic is bound to increase.<br />

Hopefully the traffic lights will<br />

help regulate the road hogs. Not<br />

holding my breath though. A<br />

speed camera could be useful.<br />

Connie Kruse Christensen<br />

– With this area being used<br />

as a rat-run along Trafalgar<br />

St, the traffic lights now allow<br />

pedestrians to safely cross<br />

Colombo St from Bailies’ offstreet<br />

car park to St Albans<br />

Pharmacy, and to also safely cross<br />

Edgeware Rd to Super Value and<br />

the new cafe opening soon. It’s<br />

a great improvement for safety<br />

walking between these good local<br />

shops.<br />

North-west parking warden assaults<br />

•From page 1<br />

But the city council said the<br />

new technology has encouraged<br />

staff to report incidents more,<br />

because the footage provided<br />

reliable evidence.<br />

The 21 parking wardens were<br />

given the body-mounted cameras<br />

in April last year. They can<br />

be activated if staff think their<br />

safety is at risk.<br />

“Our experience has shown<br />

that the body worn cameras<br />

have increased safety for our<br />

staff by lessening the seriousness<br />

of incidents and discouraging<br />

undesirable behaviour,” city<br />

council transport operations<br />

manager Aaron Haymes said.<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

FOLLOWING IN the steps<br />

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“This means it’s more likely<br />

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also received $500 for his<br />

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To earn their places in the<br />

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the competition and Fuzhun<br />

DETERRENT: City council<br />

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Luke Lee holds one of the<br />

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that are aimed at deterring<br />

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Church rebuild delayed again after fire<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

THE REBUILD of the<br />

Bishopdale church gutted by an<br />

arson attack last year has been<br />

delayed by at least a year.<br />

Demolition of the St<br />

Margaret’s Presbyterian Church<br />

on Farrington Ave started earlier<br />

in the month and construction<br />

won’t begin until at least the<br />

middle of next year.<br />

Reverend Andrew Nicol said<br />

the lengthy insurance process<br />

meant the rebuild process hit a<br />

brick wall.<br />

“It’s part of a long insurance<br />

settlement process but it’s settled<br />

now . . . the ball is rolling,” Rev<br />

Nicol said.<br />

He said the church was used<br />

to long insurance processes after<br />

the earthquakes and fire, even if<br />

it was a little frustrating.<br />

“It always takes longer than<br />

you think,” he said.<br />

In January, Nor’West <strong>News</strong><br />

reported the rebuild was set to<br />

begin in the middle of the year.<br />

Now Rev Nicol said the<br />

timeline wasn’t clear but the<br />

church was “optimistic” a<br />

rebuild would begin by June<br />

next year.<br />

However, he said the<br />

congregation has a more<br />

positive outlook since it had its<br />

decommissioning service at the<br />

beginning of August.<br />

REMAINS: The rebuild of St Margaret’s Presbyterian Church in Bishopdale, which was<br />

demolished after a fire last year, has been delayed by at least a year.<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

“We’ve finished that process<br />

of saying goodbye, we can move<br />

onto the next chapter,” Rev Nicol<br />

said.<br />

The church is currently<br />

working with an architect,<br />

which is “really exciting”. The<br />

plans will then be approved by<br />

the congregation.<br />

“It’s now about being<br />

affirmative and complementary<br />

to the renewal of the whole<br />

area,” Rev Nicol said.<br />

He said the church<br />

congregation was upset after<br />

the arson attack but the fire<br />

had emphasised how important<br />

the church is to the wider<br />

community.<br />

“There’s a good heart in<br />

Bishopdale and now we’re just<br />

looking to the future,” he said.<br />

The church suffered almost<br />

$2 million in damage when<br />

Cheyenne Destiny Jade Reed,<br />

a 35-year-old technician, broke<br />

into it and started a fire in May<br />

last year.<br />

Reed was jailed for six years<br />

for the arson and other charges,<br />

including burglary, unlawful<br />

possession of a knife, breach of<br />

bail, receiving a computer and<br />

theft of a car.<br />

The congregation will<br />

continue to meet weekly<br />

at Isleworth School and is<br />

currently fundraising for the<br />

rebuild by selling cheese rolls.<br />

Local<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Skate park<br />

on cards for<br />

Papanui<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

A NEW skate park is in the<br />

pipeline for Papanui.<br />

The Papanui-Innes Community<br />

Board has asked city council<br />

staff to begin investigations into<br />

finding appropriate sites for a new<br />

skate park in the area.<br />

Staff are also investigating the<br />

possibility of offering free wi-fi at<br />

the park.<br />

To use a skate park, Papanui<br />

residents currently have to go<br />

to either St Albans, Burnside,<br />

Bishopdale or Belfast.<br />

City council staff will report<br />

back to the board on October<br />

13 with appropriate sites and<br />

costings for design, consultation<br />

and construction.<br />

The board will then look to<br />

include this in its submission on<br />

the city council’s Long Term Plan<br />

later in the year.<br />

It comes as the board is also<br />

looking at extensions to the<br />

skate park half pipe at St Albans<br />

Park.<br />

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Does<br />

Papanui need a skate park?<br />

Where would you like to see<br />

it built? Email your views to<br />

julia.evans@starmedia.kiwi<br />

We’re aiming to settle<br />

all contents claims<br />

by 30 <strong>September</strong>.<br />

If you have already returned your contents loss<br />

schedule, we are currently working through this<br />

to settle your claim as quickly as possible.<br />

Our team is aiming to settle all contents claims by<br />

30 <strong>September</strong> <strong>2017</strong>. We have now contacted all<br />

customers who have lodged a contents claim with<br />

us, however if you have not heard from us about your<br />

contents claim please contact us as soon as possible.<br />

Contact details for the brand you’re insured with:<br />

0800 100 200<br />

ami.co.nz or visit your<br />

local AMI store<br />

0800 80 24 24<br />

state.co.nz<br />

Call your broker<br />

or visit nzi.co.nz<br />

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0800 200 242<br />

asb.co.nz<br />

0800 248 888<br />

bnz.co.nz<br />

0800 425 025<br />

co-operativebank.co.nz<br />

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westpac.co.nz<br />

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lanterninsurance.co.nz<br />

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8 Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

SCHOOLS<br />

SMOOTH: One of the St Andrew’s College jazz groups playing in the Winter Music Festival. ​<br />

Festival flaunts musical talent<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

STUDENTS’ MUSICAL talent<br />

has been in the spotlight.<br />

Audiences of more than 200<br />

gathered in the Christchurch<br />

Arts Centre’s Great Hall to see St<br />

Andrew’s College’s talent during<br />

its Winter Musical Festival.<br />

This year there were two evening<br />

sessions – an intimate singer<br />

songwriter session and jazz<br />

night.<br />

Songwriters showcased included<br />

Logan McAllister, Bella<br />

Ford and George White, who<br />

have recently been selected as finalists<br />

in the Play it Strange <strong>2017</strong><br />

Lion Foundation Songwriting<br />

Competition.<br />

And the school’s jazz groups<br />

have also recently returned from<br />

a hugely successful Southern Jam<br />

where the jazz orchestra and soul<br />

band brought home silver awards<br />

and the big band won gold.<br />

Also bringing home awards<br />

from the Southern Jam were<br />

students Anna Bennetto for best<br />

vocals, Serge Beaton for best<br />

trombone and Patrick Moran for<br />

best big band drummer and most<br />

outstanding musician.<br />

WINNERS: The year 7 to 8 chess champions, Amelia Marshall,<br />

Cara Birch, Emma Mason and Amanda Jiang from Selwyn<br />

House. ​<br />

Chess champions<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

MORE THAN 100 students piled<br />

into the Selwyn House hall for<br />

the annual Girls’ Canterbury<br />

Inter-School Chess Competition<br />

And after a fierce day’s playing,<br />

it was schools from the northwest<br />

that dominated the winners’<br />

list.<br />

Waimairi Primary School<br />

won the year 1 to 6 competition,<br />

Selwyn House won year 7 to 8<br />

and Christchurch Girls’ High<br />

School won the year 9 to 13.<br />

BRAIN<br />

POWER: Girls’<br />

battled it out<br />

at the Selwyn<br />

House<br />

School hall<br />

during the<br />

competition.<br />

Awards<br />

for choirs<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

A PAIR of silver awards from<br />

a national choir competition<br />

have been won by north-west<br />

schools.<br />

The St Margaret’s College Chamber<br />

Choir and Resolutions from<br />

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School both received<br />

silver at the Big Sign Finale.<br />

The students performed at gala<br />

evenings at the end of August in<br />

the Aotea Centre, Auckland.<br />

VOCALS: St Margaret’s College Chamber Choir performing at<br />

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GIRL POWER: Resolutions from Rangi Ruru took home a<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong> 9<br />

TAKING CARE: Losa Paseka, 3, plants a seed.<br />

Children<br />

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sunflower<br />

• By Sophie Cornish<br />

CHILDREN WILL learn valuable<br />

gardening skills and knowledge<br />

during the Daltons Sunflowers in<br />

Kindergartens Project.<br />

Seventeen Christchurch kindergartens<br />

will compete to grow the tallest<br />

sunflower or widest sunflower head.<br />

Each kindergarten was sent a<br />

Daltons starter pack with everything<br />

the children need to grow their own<br />

sunflowers, which have the potential<br />

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The tallest sunflower ever grown in<br />

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Brougham (below), 4, with their sunflower pots.<br />

the project’s history was 3.12m.<br />

The children will learn how to sow<br />

and care for seedlings as well as the<br />

daily care of their plant.<br />

Daltons general manager Colin<br />

Parker is thrilled with the return of<br />

the project this year.<br />

“The competition aspect adds a<br />

little extra fun to the project for the<br />

children, but we are more focused<br />

on creating opportunities to spark a<br />

lifelong love of gardening.”<br />

The competition runs until December<br />

6, and winners will be announced<br />

on December 8.<br />

TEACH: Papanui High School year 10 student Henri Liswoyo (left), 14, helps Ginny Bonisch with her iPad, while Tyler Hawthorn, 14, helps Ann McGrain.<br />

Library service bridges generation gap with tech help<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

WHO BETTER to solve tech<br />

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digital natives.<br />

Papanui High School students<br />

are giving up their lunch breaks<br />

each Tuesday for the Papanui<br />

Library’s new programme –<br />

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Librarian Lisa Sanger said the<br />

library is delighted to announce<br />

the new programme, which aims<br />

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10 Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

SHIRTS TO GO<br />

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Sizes SM to 3XL (4XL if you are quick)<br />

RRP prices up to $119.90<br />

My PRICe<br />

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The SHIRT Sale<br />

Time to clear all the unwanted! Well they will be wanted now with the reductions we<br />

have actioned. We simply cannot list the shirts as there is too much variety. Long<br />

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RRP prices were $89.99 to $2<strong>05</strong><br />

Priced to CLEAR:<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong> 11<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

PART OF The Groynes is set to<br />

be inaccessible by car.<br />

A single-lane road bridge near<br />

the Groynes Dr entrance needs<br />

to be widened to allow for twoway<br />

traffic and pedestrian access<br />

on both sides.<br />

During the first three to four<br />

weeks of construction the city<br />

council reserve will remain<br />

open.<br />

But the road bridge being upgraded,<br />

which leads towards the<br />

dog park and some picnic areas,<br />

will be closed to vehicles.<br />

Car access will be limited to<br />

the south picnic area and car<br />

park.<br />

As part of the planned upgrade,<br />

a culvert under the bridge<br />

is being replaced and widened<br />

to allow better water movement,<br />

improve water quality and allow<br />

fish to move more freely.<br />

Work is expected to start on<br />

<strong>September</strong> 11.<br />

It has been prompted by<br />

construction of the new Western<br />

Belfast Bypass on Johns Rd,<br />

which will affect traffic pressures<br />

in the area.<br />

Regional parks operations<br />

manager Kay Holder said The<br />

Groynes is a popular recreation<br />

reserve and the upgrade<br />

is needed to ensure it remains<br />

UPGRADE: The<br />

single lane road<br />

bridge is set to be<br />

closed while part<br />

of the Western<br />

Bypass is worked<br />

on. ​<br />

Upgrade for Groynes bridge<br />

easily accessible.<br />

“We’re confident any inconvenience<br />

caused in the short<br />

term will be worth it for the long<br />

term gains,” she said.<br />

Pedestrian entry to the dog<br />

park and northern side of the<br />

river will be using a footbridge<br />

to the west or the metal swing<br />

bridge.<br />

That bridge has just been<br />

repaired and re-opened after being<br />

closed to the public since the<br />

2011 earthquakes.<br />

There is also access via a<br />

walking route from Darroch St<br />

around the Otukaikino track.<br />

Receptionist on the way<br />

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DEB MORRISON has always<br />

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And thanks to a workplacebased<br />

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dreams.<br />

Ms Morrison has worked at the<br />

Belfast North Mediqual Doctors<br />

for 15 years.<br />

“I’ve always wanted to do my<br />

training as a nurse but I never<br />

had the opportunity to do this<br />

when I was growing up,” she said.<br />

“This is a journey I’ve always<br />

wanted to take.”<br />

Ms Morrison has just completed<br />

an apprenticeship in primary<br />

care practice assistance, becoming<br />

the first apprentice to graduate<br />

from the new programme<br />

developed by the industry training<br />

organisation, Careerforce.<br />

She said the apprenticeship<br />

has given her a newfound selfassurance<br />

in many aspects of her<br />

role.<br />

“Now I find myself feeling a<br />

lot more confident so I will give<br />

things a go, whereas before I<br />

would just sit back and watch,”<br />

she said.<br />

Her new-found skills and<br />

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DREAM: Deb Morrison has<br />

always wanted to be a nurse<br />

and is now following that<br />

dream.<br />

rison puts her hand up for more<br />

responsibility in her role.<br />

“Now my work colleagues ask<br />

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me feel good because I’m proving<br />

myself, I’m trusted, and I’ve got<br />

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“And it’s helping them and the<br />

doctors as well. I love the responsibility.”<br />

Ms Morrison said her workplace<br />

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GenConnect<br />

Tuesday, 12.10-1.40pm<br />

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Spinathon for Plunket<br />

Wednesday, 6am-6pm<br />

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TOP BALLERS: Rangi Ruru beat Christchurch Girls’ High<br />

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Rangi claim second<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong><br />

RANGI RURU Girls’ School<br />

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beating rivals Christchurch<br />

Girls’ High 51-37 last week.<br />

Played at Cowles Stadium,<br />

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Canterbury secondary school<br />

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The final score was very<br />

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trophy off CGHS.<br />

Rangi Ruru Alice Sproat was<br />

named MVP with nine points<br />

and 15 rebounds. She was<br />

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Esra McGoldrick’s 20-points<br />

and 17 rebounds.<br />

Rangi Ruru director of sport<br />

Jo Fogarty said there was a huge<br />

crowd there supporting the girls.<br />

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make all the difference to the<br />

game and I have no doubt that<br />

support played a part in Rangi’s<br />

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In the Whelan Trophy<br />

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THE RUGBY League World Cup<br />

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HEALTH & BEAUTY<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong> 23<br />

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a la carte<br />

with a view!<br />

Open from 5.30pm<br />

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY<br />

OPEN FOR<br />

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By the Seaside!<br />

10.30am-2pm<br />

ClubBISTRO<br />

Open Tuesday to Saturday<br />

12pm-2pm and from 5pm<br />

Midweek $11<br />

SPECIAL ROAST<br />

Available Tuesday,<br />

Wednesday, & Thursday<br />

SUNDAY 3 COURSE<br />

DINNER SPECIAL $25<br />

SUNDAY NIGHT<br />

BUFFET<br />

Sunday 24th <strong>September</strong><br />

ALL YOU CAN EAT<br />

$25 BOOK NOW!<br />

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Members, guests and affiliates welcome<br />

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OPEN 7 DAYS<br />

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Gluten Free &<br />

Vegetarian options<br />

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with award<br />

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& home from<br />

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FOR DINNER<br />

Friday, Saturday, Sunday<br />

OPEN FOR BUFFET LUNCH<br />

Every Sunday 12pm - 2pm<br />

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(4 Choices)<br />

and<br />

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EVERY SUNDAY<br />

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17 Carmen Rd | Hornby<br />

www.hornbywmc.co.nz<br />

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


24 Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 5 <strong>2017</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

TOP<br />

02<br />

03<br />

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Jenni Rolton<br />

ST ALBANS<br />

Richard Dawson<br />

ILAM 2<br />

Chris Lewis<br />

FENDALTON<br />

Chris Campbell<br />

ILAM<br />

<strong>05</strong><br />

06<br />

07<br />

08<br />

Mike Tapley<br />

ILAM 2<br />

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ILAM<br />

Grant Milligan<br />

FENDALTON<br />

Allicia Beirne<br />

ST ALBANS<br />

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12<br />

Fiona Nankivell<br />

ILAM 2<br />

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ST ALBANS<br />

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ILAM 2<br />

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MERIVALE<br />

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17<br />

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19<br />

20<br />

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ST ALBANS<br />

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Win-Win<br />

Congratulations to our Top 20 consultants for July <strong>2017</strong><br />

It’s an unquestionable truth – the success of our clients is directly tied to the<br />

success of our people. That’s why it’s their triumphs we celebrate as much as<br />

those of the individuals you see here.<br />

We want to thank our clients for their trust in us. We wish to congratulate our high<br />

achievers for their passion and dedication, their unique expertise and exemplary<br />

service. We look forward to further success with you in the years to come.<br />

Contact one of our top<br />

performers today:<br />

Fendalton 03 355 6116<br />

Ilam 03 351 6556<br />

Ilam 2 03 351 3002<br />

Merivale 03 355 6677<br />

St Albans 03 377 0377<br />

holmwood.co.nz

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