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• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

DAVID EAST and Tim Sintes<br />

are adamant the failure of the<br />

much vaunted New Brighton<br />

Water Park to get of the ground<br />

won’t affect their chance of<br />

getting re-elected in October’s<br />

local body elections.<br />

The two well-known local<br />

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behind the $30 million water<br />

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But their plans were sunk<br />

when the city council scuppered<br />

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Cr East (left) is<br />

standing again for<br />

the city council in the<br />

new Coastal Ward,<br />

and Mr Sintes will try<br />

to be voted back in on<br />

the Burwood-Coastal<br />

Community Board.<br />

​Cr East said it wasn’t through<br />

lack of trying that the planned<br />

water park was aborted.<br />

“Ultimately what got in the<br />

road was the assessment that<br />

the city council did, the terms<br />

of reference didn’t allow it to<br />

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Cr East said he was confident<br />

of being re-elected, in spite of<br />

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He said key focuses of his campaign<br />

would be the hot salt water<br />

pool plan going ahead, finishing<br />

the infrastructure and roading<br />

programme, and the coastal<br />

promenade.<br />

Mr Sintes (left) said the water<br />

park was the most disappointing<br />

part of his term on the board.<br />

The idea was pitched on “the<br />

back of us being told that QE II<br />

(Park) could never be built on<br />

again”.<br />

He and Cr East would not have<br />

brought the idea up “if we had<br />

known the QE II site could have<br />

been built on again”.<br />

“I’d like to think I have a<br />

similar support group as I did in<br />

2013. I wasn’t elected just for the<br />

water park . . . I’ll be looking for<br />

better deals for the east – more<br />

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News<br />

Grafitti rates rocket<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

COMPLAINTS OF graffiti and<br />

tagging from eastern suburbs<br />

residents have almost doubled<br />

in the past three months.<br />

A report requested by the<br />

Burwood-<strong>Pegasus</strong> Community<br />

Board showed that there were<br />

77 customer service requests to<br />

the city council regarding graffiti<br />

in March.<br />

Last week, however, a more<br />

up-to-date report showed the<br />

number had risen to 127 for the<br />

month of April.<br />

The <strong>Pegasus</strong> <strong>Post</strong> has received<br />

new information that in May,<br />

the number had risen again to<br />

<strong>14</strong>7 – almost double the number<br />

of requests made in March.<br />

City councillor Glenn Livingstone<br />

said the data may not<br />

yet be reliable enough to make<br />

judgement on.<br />

“At the board meeting, we<br />

talked about the CSRs (customer<br />

service requests). With stats<br />

like this you have to be careful<br />

in making judgement calls, because<br />

this is only a small group.<br />

“We have asked for more<br />

specific data . . . across the city<br />

the incidents in our ward are<br />

lower than some other wards,”<br />

he said.<br />

Community board member<br />

Linda Stewart said rising graffiti<br />

complaints in the eastern<br />

suburbs was concerning.<br />

“All we can do at this stage is<br />

ask for more information, and<br />

ask staff to investigate options<br />

that we can take,” she said.<br />

More than 90 reports to the<br />

city council were of general<br />

graffiti, with the rest being<br />

made up of mainly public<br />

tagging and building-related<br />

vandalism.<br />

The report shown to the<br />

<strong>Pegasus</strong> <strong>Post</strong> states that the<br />

most targeted areas for graffiti<br />

in May were city council parks<br />

and waterways, and community<br />

buildings such as schools.<br />

TAGGED: The New Brighton<br />

war memorial cenotaph<br />

(above) was tagged last year,<br />

while Porritt Park (below) was<br />

vandalised after it closed<br />

due to earthquake damage.<br />

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PULLED PLANTS: The Bridge St roundabout was vandalised,<br />

and plants were uprooted and “thrown around” last week.<br />

Garden targeted<br />

for destruction<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

AN EASTERN suburbs resident’s<br />

hard work was ruined overnight<br />

after vandals destroyed a public<br />

flower garden.<br />

South New Brighton resident<br />

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the Bridge St roundabout into<br />

a public garden space, but was<br />

angry to find that her hard work<br />

had been undone by vandals.<br />

The roundabout, which was<br />

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was vandalised overnight last<br />

week, with plants and flowers<br />

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Mrs Huddy took to the People’s<br />

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her frustration.<br />

“Do you realise this work has<br />

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These plants are bought out of<br />

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She would replace the plants<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

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Future of QE II Empty houses<br />

Burwood-<br />

<strong>Pegasus</strong><br />

Community<br />

Board<br />

member<br />

Linda Stewart<br />

talks about<br />

proposed<br />

plans for QE<br />

II and the city council’s<br />

role in deciding what<br />

will become of the<br />

recreational area.<br />

At the mid-<strong>June</strong> city<br />

council meeting, the community<br />

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The Ministry of Education<br />

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Girls’ and Shirley Boys’ High<br />

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The location of QE II,<br />

which is sited in the centre<br />

of our ward, has important<br />

elements. It is connected to<br />

express-use roads, public<br />

transport routes and surrounded<br />

by many residential<br />

communities that have a<br />

high interest in recreational<br />

use being the focus of future<br />

development.<br />

The hearing panel also<br />

recommended that the land<br />

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with the city council, retaining<br />

memorial trees where<br />

possible and retaining the<br />

recreational exercise circuit.<br />

Judging by the focus of submissions,<br />

the hearing panel<br />

was listening.<br />

This is the first significant<br />

win for the east since the<br />

earthquakes provided an opportunity<br />

to steal our prized<br />

QE II Recreation Centre.<br />

The hearing panel recommendation<br />

shows the submission<br />

process was worthwhile.<br />

A council meeting in<br />

mid-<strong>June</strong> will consider the<br />

councillor-led hearing panel’s<br />

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QE II.<br />

It’s also outside the terms<br />

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returning in a different but<br />

positive form.<br />

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or run the risk of<br />

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target of arson<br />

• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk<br />

Management Officer<br />

WE’VE LOST a lot of old buildings<br />

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from earthquake damage.<br />

However, we’ve also seen a<br />

number of earthquake-damaged<br />

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong> 5<br />

News<br />

Festival’s money woes<br />

A POPULAR local music<br />

festival, celebrating community<br />

connections and the coming of<br />

spring, is in financial strife.<br />

In October, the first New<br />

Brighton Spring Music Festival<br />

was run. It was successful, and<br />

drew in about 500 people to the<br />

seaside suburb.<br />

But, the festival’s organiser<br />

Raewyn Murray said without the<br />

assistance of a major financial<br />

backer the festival had last year, it<br />

may not go ahead.<br />

“I’m finding funding quite<br />

hard to come by this year. It’s got<br />

to cover things like the St John<br />

ambulances, toilets, and various<br />

things we need. The sound and<br />

stage needs a lot of funding as<br />

well. I had a financial backer last<br />

year, but they’re unable to help out<br />

this year,” she said.<br />

Mrs Murray estimated that the<br />

cost of this year’s festival would be<br />

significantly less than last year’s.<br />

She said it is mainly due to the<br />

needs of some of the previous<br />

year’s performers.<br />

“It will most likely be less than<br />

last time. It was $10,000 last year,<br />

but we brought Written by Wolves<br />

down last year, and we had to<br />

use a certain brand of drums,<br />

and this, that and the next thing<br />

Sports Injury?<br />

SPRING FESTIVAL: Bands from all over Christchurch are keen<br />

to get involved with the New Brighton Spring Music Festival, if it<br />

goes ahead. ​<br />

for them to be happy. I think it’ll<br />

be better to have a Christchurch<br />

band headlining anyway. They<br />

were a big draw card, though,<br />

people loved them,” she said.<br />

Mrs Murray said the festival<br />

will be about $5000 this time<br />

around, but needs the help of the<br />

public to make it happen.<br />

“It’s just about accommodating<br />

all the things we want. I always<br />

have bands come up to me and say<br />

I’m keen to get [the festival] done.<br />

There are so many bands that<br />

want to get out there and it’s just<br />

a matter of running through who<br />

would mix and match,” she said.<br />

She has set up a Givealittle<br />

page where people can donate as<br />

much, or as little, money as they<br />

want. All money received will go<br />

towards this year’s event.<br />

If you would like to help, go to<br />

www.givealittle.co.nz and search<br />

for the New Brighton Spring Music<br />

Festival.<br />

In Brief<br />

RED ZONE PLANTING<br />

The Avon-Otakaro Network<br />

is running a crowd-funding<br />

campaign to raise enough<br />

money to re-plant 680m of<br />

wetlands along Anzac Drive<br />

Reserve. The re-planting<br />

will take place in between<br />

Corserland St and the New<br />

Brighton Rd roundabout. The<br />

group plans to re-plant 680m,<br />

which means it will need a<br />

total of $16,660. Currently the<br />

group has the funds to cover<br />

210m, and has raised $5<strong>14</strong>5.<br />

The group will be running<br />

the crowd-funding campaign<br />

until <strong>June</strong> 30.<br />

NO GOLF AT PARK<br />

The Burwood-<strong>Pegasus</strong><br />

Community Board was<br />

advised last week that it was<br />

not legal for people to use<br />

Queenspark Reserve as a<br />

“casual golf driving range”.<br />

This information came<br />

after complaints that local<br />

residents were using the<br />

reserve to practice golf shots,<br />

and the board requested<br />

more information. City<br />

councillor Glenn Livingstone<br />

said there are many places<br />

to practice golf, but the park<br />

was not one of those, as it<br />

raised “health and safety:”<br />

issues.<br />

EXPERTS APPOINTED<br />

A panel of five experts has<br />

been appointed to peer<br />

review Tonkin & Taylor’s<br />

controversial Coastal<br />

Hazards Report 2015. The<br />

panel consists of Shonagh<br />

Kenderdine, Dr Deidre<br />

Hart, Dr Willem De Lange,<br />

Associate Professor Ron Cox<br />

and Dr Murray Smith. The<br />

group will investigate the<br />

science behind the report,<br />

which has been widely<br />

criticised.<br />

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• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Pupils get cycle tracks<br />

RAWHITI SCHOOL has<br />

started a possible $120,000<br />

project, which includes three<br />

tracks and 50 new bikes.<br />

Rawhiti has begun a bikes<br />

in schools programme, which<br />

could see a maximum of three<br />

new tracks installed at the<br />

school, as well as 50 bikes and<br />

helmets, kept safely in a storage<br />

shed.<br />

The only catch is the school<br />

has already used up its Ministry<br />

of Education capital funding,<br />

which other schools around the<br />

country have used to cover most<br />

of the project costs.<br />

Therefore, Rawhiti has had<br />

to be more creative with their<br />

fundraising.<br />

Deputy principal Paul<br />

Wilkinson said after good<br />

feedback from the community<br />

about what challenges their<br />

pupils faced getting to and from<br />

school, they decided this was<br />

the best option.<br />

“We’re really excited to be able<br />

to put together this package of<br />

bikes and tracks for the community<br />

and pupils . . . we heard<br />

from the parents that the roads<br />

aren’t safe, combined with the<br />

changes in road works in the<br />

area, and cones everywhere,<br />

that parents didn’t feel comfortable<br />

sending their kids to school<br />

on bikes,” he said.<br />

The school has received a<br />

WORK IN PROGRESS: Rawhiti School deputy principal<br />

Paul Wilkinson and Burwood-<strong>Pegasus</strong> Community Board<br />

chairwoman Andrea Cummings show where the loop track will<br />

go.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

$50,000 anonymous donation,<br />

a $10,000 grant from Rawhiti<br />

Sport Incorporated, and last<br />

week it received a further<br />

$10,000 from the Burwood-<br />

<strong>Pegasus</strong> Community Board.<br />

The school board has also<br />

contributed $20,000 to the<br />

overall cost.<br />

This means if the school<br />

wants to build all three tracks,<br />

it only has to raise about<br />

$20,000.<br />

The three possible tracks the<br />

school could build are a mini<br />

BMX or ‘pump’ track, a skills<br />

track, including see-saws and<br />

bridges, as well as a 440m track<br />

circling the school.<br />

The loop track would be 440m<br />

in length, and 2m wide, and will<br />

be built on site.<br />

PASSIONATE performances,<br />

talented singers and community<br />

markets were all features of the<br />

recent Matariki east-side event.<br />

The event was held on<br />

Thursday and<br />

Friday evening<br />

last week at<br />

Aranui High<br />

School.<br />

There<br />

were market<br />

stalls in the<br />

afternoon, and<br />

performance art<br />

in the evenings.<br />

The event was<br />

particularly special as it will be<br />

the last time that seven eastern<br />

schools collaborated on the<br />

project.<br />

Aranui High School hosted<br />

St James, Aranui Primary,<br />

Avondale, Queenspark, Wainoni,<br />

and Rawhiti schools over the two<br />

days, which was centred around<br />

the celebration of the schools’<br />

final event.<br />

Both Aranui schools, Avondale<br />

and Wainoni schools will all<br />

close at the end of the year to<br />

make way for the new Haeata<br />

Community Campus super<br />

school, which is currently being<br />

built on the site of Aranui High.<br />

SCHOOLS<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Schools mark<br />

Maori New Year<br />

Aranui High head of Maori<br />

department Matua Te Iwingaro<br />

Wairoa (left) said it’s a time<br />

of celebration for the whole<br />

community.<br />

“It’s a time for celebration, for<br />

whanau and community to come<br />

and watch their children perform<br />

at Aranui High School, and to<br />

celebrate Matariki.<br />

“Each school is represented by<br />

a star on our shirts,” he said.<br />

Former Aranui High music<br />

and drama students joined<br />

in with current pupils and<br />

students, as did members of the<br />

community for performances.<br />

GETTING READY: Stalls being<br />

set up in preparation for<br />

Matariki celebrations.<br />

Advertorial<br />

Community event opens doors to Haeata<br />

Jasper Pelayo, who<br />

will be attending<br />

Haeata Community<br />

Campus in 2017<br />

For Year Eight student Jasper Pelayo, the new<br />

Haeata Community Campus represents an<br />

opportunity to learn in state-of-the-art facilities<br />

and meet new people.<br />

“I am looking forward to more students to work<br />

together and cooperate with, new classrooms<br />

and buildings and facilities like the theatre,” says<br />

Jasper, who currently attends Aranui Primary.<br />

Jasper will be among the 900 students<br />

attending Haeata when it opens its doors in<br />

term one of 2017.<br />

A community information evening is being held<br />

on Wednesday night (15 <strong>June</strong>) to give people<br />

the chance to learn more about the innovative<br />

new school and speak directly with members<br />

of the Senior Leadership Team. This is being held at the Aranui Wainoni<br />

Community Centre on Hampshire Street from 6.00pm.<br />

Catering for students in Years 1-13, Haeata is currently being built on the<br />

Aranui High School site. It will combine pupils from the four schools that<br />

are closing in eastern Christchurch – Aranui Primary, Wainoni Primary,<br />

Avondale Primary and Aranui High School – as well as welcoming new<br />

students from the local community.<br />

Haeata Community Campus principal Andy Kai Fong encourages people<br />

to attend the information evening to see first hand what the new school will<br />

offer and get answers to any questions they may have.<br />

“This is a great opportunity to speak directly with the Senior Leadership<br />

Team, myself included, about the various opportunities at Haeata and<br />

what the new school can offer your child and family/whānau,” says Andy.<br />

“Architectural plans will be available for viewing alongside floor plans of<br />

the buildings to help our parents, students and the community familiarise<br />

themselves with the new spaces.”<br />

Haeata represents a new start for the east and will provide significant<br />

opportunities for students and the wider community, says Andy.<br />

“This purpose-built campus will be a place of learning for the whole<br />

community, where identity, culture and language are celebrated and<br />

strengthened.<br />

“Families can be confident that their children will have access to quality<br />

and innovative education that provides a strong foundation for their future.<br />

We can’t wait to welcome our first students in 2017.”<br />

Haeata Community Campus<br />

information evening<br />

When: Wednesday 15 <strong>June</strong>, 6.00pm - 7:30pm<br />

Where: Aranui Wainoni Community Centre,<br />

31 Hampshire Street, Aranui<br />

For more information please contact Deb Palmer on<br />

(03) 929 0509 or visit www.haeata.school.nz<br />

Artist’s impression of the new Haeata Community Campus


PEGASUS POST Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong> 7<br />

News<br />

CTV News on Plains FM<br />

A COLLABORATION between<br />

two local news broadcasters has<br />

started.<br />

Plains FM began live broadcasting<br />

the CTV evening news<br />

on <strong>June</strong> 7, running each weekday<br />

from 5.30-6pm.<br />

Plains FM is a community-run<br />

station based at the Ara Institute<br />

of Canterbury.<br />

CTV is locally-owned by<br />

Star Media and has broadcast<br />

regional news since 1991.<br />

Plains FM manager Nicki<br />

Reece said it was a great local<br />

collaboration.<br />

“For us, it’s a natural fit,<br />

because we’re firmly locallybased<br />

with programmes by and<br />

for the community, and this is a<br />

further reflection of what’s going<br />

on in a visual way at CTV.<br />

“So it’s a really nice crosspollination<br />

between two local<br />

entities,” Ms Reece said.<br />

Star Media editor-in-chief<br />

Barry Clarke said the association<br />

with Plains FM was another step<br />

for CTV as it broadens its reach<br />

in the Canterbury region.<br />

Plains FM is broadcast on 96.9<br />

FM, and is also live streamed at<br />

www.plainsfm.org.nz.<br />

CTV News can be watched live<br />

or on demand at www.ctv.co.nz<br />

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Houses needed for<br />

exchange students<br />

AN EXCHANGE programme is<br />

asking Christchurch families to<br />

open their doors to international<br />

students.<br />

Student Exchange Australia<br />

New Zealand will be sending<br />

high school-aged children to<br />

Christchurch, from as close as<br />

Australia to as far away as Brazil<br />

and France.<br />

The group is a not-for-profit<br />

organisation.<br />

This month, it will be receiving<br />

students from Australia, Brazil,<br />

Denmark, France, Finland, Germany,<br />

Japan and Switzerland.<br />

The new arrivals plan to live<br />

with a host family and attend a<br />

local school for three, five or 10<br />

months.<br />

Hosting an exchange student<br />

allows local families to experience<br />

a foreign culture first-hand,<br />

be exposed to a new language<br />

and pass on parts of their own<br />

culture.<br />

All students have at least basic<br />

levels of English, and would attend<br />

a school in the local area.<br />

Aboriginal student Jaydah is<br />

looking forward to living in New<br />

Zealand and is hoping to learn<br />

about the Maori culture.<br />

Denmark native Caroline, 16,<br />

has been to New Zealand before<br />

and loved it so much she now<br />

wants to live there and experience<br />

the culture as an exchange<br />

student.<br />

In her spare time, Caroline<br />

works as a swimming instructor<br />

and in a bakery.<br />

Nathan, 16, is a French student<br />

who enjoys school, tennis, handball<br />

and skiing.<br />

He loves hiking in nature and<br />

is looking forward to discovering<br />

New Zealand and meeting new<br />

people.<br />

But a host family isn’t only doing<br />

the student a favour by giving<br />

them a roof over their head, as<br />

told by the Stuart family.<br />

They hosted Danish student<br />

Simon for eight months. Victoria<br />

Stuart said the experience was<br />

fantastic, and that Simon was<br />

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children.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Our People<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

When the world is your stage<br />

Ailis Oliver-Kerby, 21, is fast on track to<br />

becoming a professional performer after<br />

being accepted into performing arts schools<br />

in London, New York and Australia. She spoke<br />

to Georgia O’Connor-Harding about living all<br />

around the world while growing up, her love<br />

of the arts and being related to broadcaster<br />

Bernadine Oliver-Kerby.<br />

Great speaking to you. How<br />

are you finding performing in<br />

Showbiz Christchurch’s Hairspray<br />

so far?<br />

I have been absolutely loving<br />

it. It has just been such a positive<br />

experience and to have audiences<br />

at last is so different. Having the<br />

laughs is more fun. I’m playing<br />

Penny Pingleton. She is such<br />

a lovable character with great<br />

one-liners. Hairspray is one of<br />

my favourite shows and Penny<br />

is one of my ultimate roles. I<br />

did Hairspray in the<br />

United Kingdom but I<br />

always wanted to play<br />

Penny. When I came<br />

to Dunedin I got that,<br />

which is cool, and<br />

now I have it again,<br />

which is special.<br />

You’ve been all<br />

around the world.<br />

Tell me about the<br />

places you’ve lived<br />

in?<br />

It’s always a hard<br />

question when<br />

someone asks where I am from<br />

because it is quite a long story. I<br />

was born in Auckland and then<br />

lived in Christchurch as a primary<br />

school kid. My family moved<br />

to England for a couple of years<br />

before my teenage years. It was<br />

back and forth from England to<br />

here. Then, when I was about 12,<br />

we moved to Hong Kong because<br />

my Dad worked as a pilot with<br />

a Hong Kong airline – Cathay<br />

Pacific. It was getting really hard<br />

for the family to be so split up all<br />

the time. Dad was always flying<br />

so we all moved there together.<br />

What was growing up in<br />

Hong Kong like?<br />

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CENTRE STAGE: Ailis Oliver-Kerby playing the role of Liesl in<br />

the Sound of Music with Taieri Musical Society last year.<br />

It was such an amazing adventure.<br />

We were there for seven<br />

years and there was a great theatre<br />

scene in Hong Kong as well.<br />

The dance is competitive there.<br />

I worked hard with my singing<br />

and dancing at the international<br />

Island School. I met lots of British,<br />

American and Australian<br />

teachers. It is really different in<br />

the middle of the city. So cultural.<br />

I feel home there now but I<br />

can see why people would have a<br />

cultural shock.<br />

And then you went<br />

to the United Kingdom<br />

to study?<br />

I was 16 and I<br />

heard about a musical<br />

theatre course in the<br />

United Kingdom. It<br />

was a pre-tertiary<br />

musical theatre<br />

course at Tring Park<br />

School for Performing<br />

Arts. I just<br />

wanted to be somewhere<br />

I could do this<br />

full-time.<br />

What drew you back to New<br />

Zealand?<br />

It felt like I needed to get back<br />

to my roots. I liked the look of<br />

Otago University – I had lots<br />

of old friends going there. The<br />

main building is kind of like<br />

Hogwarts.<br />

What’s the most valuable<br />

thing you’ve picked up from<br />

studying the performing arts?<br />

I think the hardest thing about<br />

this industry is all the set backs.<br />

And you have to believe in yourself.<br />

If you don’t believe in yourself<br />

no one else will. I recently<br />

did the Christchurch International<br />

Musical Theatre Summer<br />

School and Andrea Burns,<br />

who is on Broadway in On Your<br />

Feet! at the moment, said to us:<br />

“If you’re ready, you never have<br />

to get ready”. It is all about being<br />

prepared. And you have to<br />

be prepared for every audition.<br />

Preparation is the one thing that<br />

can help you. You have got to appreciate<br />

the good moments and<br />

not let the bad moments suck it<br />

out of you.<br />

And is it your dream to be on<br />

West End with all your achievements?<br />

After getting accepted into the<br />

Royal Central School of Speech<br />

and Drama in London, Stella<br />

Adler Studio of Acting in New<br />

York and Making it On Broadway<br />

in Sydney, it is my dream to<br />

work in West End productions.<br />

I most recently came second in<br />

the International Monologue<br />

Competition where I was lucky<br />

enough to receive more than<br />

2000 votes.<br />

What an incredible variety<br />

of places to choose from.<br />

Have you thought about<br />

what option you will take<br />

up?<br />

I do think London is where I<br />

want to be. I have worked there<br />

before and have contacts. I also<br />

just found out I got into Legally<br />

Blonde at the Court Theatre. I<br />

haven’t confirmed anything yet.<br />

I am trying to defer my place<br />

in London so I can do the show<br />

here and go the following year.<br />

Everything is still in limbo at the<br />

moment.<br />

Tell me a bit more about your<br />

family. Your dad is a pilot, what<br />

do the others do?<br />

My Mum studied psychology<br />

and she is a career coach. She<br />

is also a business owner. She<br />

does psychology assessments.<br />

She helps me with my CV. My<br />

brother Lachie is very talented.<br />

He has just released his album<br />

on SoundCloud called The<br />

Reach. His music is alternative<br />

rap and he creates his own beats.<br />

My brother is also a massive<br />

rugby player at school. When he<br />

was at Christ’s College he was in<br />

the first XV for rugby. He is very<br />

talented.<br />

What’s it like being related to<br />

Bernadine Oliver-Kerby?<br />

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ACHIEVERS<br />

Landmark heritage<br />

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BIG OPPORTUNITY: Ben Wilson has an opportunity to head to<br />

France to complete his PhD. ​<br />

Young scholar off<br />

to study in France<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

A FORMER Shirley Boys’ High<br />

School head prefect has gained a<br />

$25,000 scholarship to complete<br />

his PhD paper in France.<br />

Ben Wilson, 21, is the recipient<br />

of the New Zealand France<br />

Friendship Fund Excellence<br />

Scholarship, which allows him to<br />

complete his studies of supramolecular<br />

chemistry at the University<br />

of Bordeaux, in France.<br />

When he left Shirley Boys’, Mr<br />

Wilson went straight into the<br />

second year of studying chemistry<br />

because of some outstanding<br />

grades in his final year of high<br />

school.<br />

Mr Wilson earned a Bachelor<br />

of Science degree with first class<br />

honours from Canterbury<br />

University, graduating top of his<br />

class.<br />

He was also awarded the Roper<br />

Scholarship to undertake his<br />

PhD studies.<br />

Canterbury University’s<br />

professor of chemistry Paul<br />

Kruger said Mr Wilson is one of<br />

the “most capable students” he<br />

has taught.<br />

Mr Wilson studied the French<br />

language in high school, and<br />

took part in a student exchange<br />

to the European country, where<br />

he stayed with a French family in<br />

the town of Bourges, about 3hrs<br />

drive from Paris.<br />

Mr Wilson has selected to<br />

undertake his study at the the<br />

National Center for Scientific Research,<br />

the Centre de Recherche<br />

Paul Pascal, and the Institut de<br />

Chimie de la Matiere Condensee<br />

de Bordeaux, because of their<br />

expertise and knowledge in the<br />

area of magneto-chemistry.<br />

He will travel with Professor<br />

Kruger, from Canterbury, and<br />

Dr Rodolphe Clerac and Professor<br />

Corine Mathoniere, from the<br />

University of Bordeaux.<br />

The NZFFF Excellence Scholarship<br />

was established in 2009, and<br />

was designed to support one New<br />

Zealand student and one French<br />

student’s endeavours to complete<br />

their PhD studies.<br />

​It is a reciprocal scholarship,<br />

and each year a French postgraduate<br />

student is given the<br />

opportunity to study in New<br />

Zealand.<br />

RESTORED: The Linwood Community Arts Centre was restored by the city council after it<br />

was badly damaged in the February 2011 earthquake. ​<br />

<strong>2016</strong> Canterbury Heritage Award winners:<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

THE LINWOOD Community<br />

Arts Centre was shortlisted for a<br />

heritage award after it was saved<br />

from demolition following the<br />

Febraury 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

The community centre was<br />

put up for the Public Realm<br />

Saved and Restored category.<br />

The joint winners of the<br />

award category were the Isaac<br />

Theatre Royal and the Bridge of<br />

Remembrance.<br />

The Linwood Community<br />

Arts Centre was commended on<br />

the night.<br />

The biennial Canterbury Heritage<br />

Awards were held at the<br />

Christchurch Arts Centre on<br />

Thursday night, and recognised<br />

excellence in heritage retention<br />

and conservation, heritage tourism<br />

and future heritage.<br />

The city council took charge<br />

of the repairs and restoration<br />

of the centre, which saw nearly<br />

$660,000 spent on its repair,<br />

rather than rebuild.<br />

The city council’s programme<br />

manager for heritage rebuild,<br />

Richie Moyle, said the money<br />

went towards the reconstruction<br />

of the south brick masonry<br />

fire wall, four new chimneys,<br />

a collapsed roof in the south<br />

reading room, as well as updating<br />

the centre to building code<br />

standards.<br />

Linwood Community Arts<br />

Centre development co-ordinator,<br />

Shirley Scarlett, said she was<br />

amazed that the fireplace was<br />

modelled and installed from<br />

looking at a photo, “in keeping<br />

with the old” centre.<br />

“All kinds of people use the<br />

centre, too. We run art-related<br />

activities, and focus on locality,<br />

although you don’t have to<br />

come from the inner east area<br />

to partake in the activities, but<br />

that’s who we’re here for,” she<br />

said.<br />

Mrs Scarlett said the centre<br />

was established as a place for<br />

people on a lower income to<br />

join in with art activities, while<br />

spending only a small amount<br />

of money to do so.<br />

“We charge $2 a class so everyone<br />

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and we host events throughout<br />

the year. We specialise in<br />

multicultural events, at the moment<br />

we have an exhibition on<br />

showing Maori artists’ work,”<br />

she said.<br />

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Future Football Ferns<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

TWO COASTAL Spirit players are<br />

looking to book their spot in the<br />

New Zealand under-20 women’s<br />

football squad for this year’s World<br />

Cup in Papua New Guinea.<br />

Central defender Rebecca Lake<br />

was recently named in the New<br />

Zealand under-17 team which will<br />

head to China in July, before their<br />

upcoming World Cup in Jordan,<br />

beginning this September.<br />

After being named in the New<br />

Zealand under-20 training squad,<br />

Lake now has the rare opportunity<br />

of potentially representing her<br />

country in two different age group<br />

world cups in the same year.<br />

Goalkeeper Una Foyle joins her<br />

Coastal Spirit teammate in the<br />

training squad and is no stranger to<br />

the under-20 set up, having already<br />

represented the team over the past<br />

12 months.<br />

At 17, both girls can also look<br />

ahead to the prospect of two potential<br />

under-20 tournament as they<br />

will still be eligible for the 2018<br />

World Cup in France.<br />

“After this campaign, I’ll be<br />

training hard for selection for the<br />

next under-20 World Cup in 2018<br />

as I will still be eligible,” says Foyle.<br />

The two girls are currently in<br />

Auckland with the team which has<br />

two friendly matches against the<br />

United States under-19 side touring<br />

New Zealand.<br />

SOUND IN DEFENCE: Rebecca Lake can potentially represent<br />

New Zealand at two World Cups this year. ​<br />

GRABBING THE<br />

OPPORTUNITY:<br />

Goalkeeper Una<br />

Foyle will look<br />

to cement her<br />

spot in the New<br />

Zealand under-20<br />

squad for this<br />

year’s World Cup.<br />

Awards for lifesavers<br />

• By Gordon Findlater<br />

WAIMAIRI Surf Lifesaving<br />

Club had a strong showing<br />

at the regional surf<br />

lifesaving awards, winning<br />

five categories.<br />

The club claimed sports<br />

team of the year. Its women’s<br />

canoe crew also won under-<strong>14</strong><br />

athlete of the year,<br />

with Taylor Chamberlain<br />

and Maddie Dawe taking<br />

out the Canterbury Open<br />

Women Tube Rescue Trophy.<br />

The Surf Lifesaving<br />

Canterbury Awards of<br />

Excellence award ceremony<br />

was held on Saturday at the<br />

Mashina Lounge.<br />

Coach Janice Murdoch<br />

shared coach of the year<br />

with Sumner’s Mark Robberds,<br />

while the club won<br />

the innovation award for<br />

their ATV schedule.<br />

Meanwhile, South Brighton<br />

Surf Lifesaving Club<br />

member Elsa Hegarty won<br />

top athlete at the ceremony.<br />

Sportsperson of the year<br />

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South Brighton.<br />

Official of the year went<br />

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Spencer Park Surf Lifesaving<br />

Club was named the top<br />

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Lifesaving Club claimed<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong> 11<br />

<strong>Post</strong>al and banking<br />

services now<br />

offered in Ferrymead<br />

<strong>Post</strong>Shop manager Carrie, left, and her assistants Kim and Sharmaine<br />

Take Note Ferrymead have a full range of NZ <strong>Post</strong> services, plus books, stationery, cards and so much more.<br />

Residents from Woolston through<br />

to Sumner now have the benefit of<br />

local NZ <strong>Post</strong> and Kiwibank services<br />

seven days a week, thanks to Take<br />

Note in Ferrymead.<br />

The popular book and stationery store<br />

has taken on the franchise for the postal and<br />

banking services, with the new franchise<br />

operation, Take Note Ferrymead <strong>Post</strong>Shop and<br />

Kiwibank, open for business as of May 19.<br />

“Being open seven days a week means we’ll be<br />

available when people need us,” says <strong>Post</strong>Shop<br />

manager Carrie.<br />

“By opening at the weekend we’re catering<br />

to working people who can’t get to the bank or<br />

<strong>Post</strong> Office during the week.”<br />

Carrie brings 11 years’ experience managing<br />

<strong>Post</strong>Shops to her new Ferrymead role, while<br />

her two assistants, Kim and Sharmaine, are also<br />

experienced <strong>Post</strong>Shop staff.<br />

Take Note owners Barry and Kerry moved<br />

their business from neighbouring premises<br />

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and Kiwibank franchise, as they were keen to<br />

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customers.<br />

<strong>Post</strong>Shop facilities include bill paying for telco<br />

companies, power companies and The Press,<br />

vehicle registration and diesel miles. Kiwibank<br />

customers can set up bank accounts, automatic<br />

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while those wanting to enquire about obtaining<br />

a Kiwibank mortgage can have an appointment<br />

arranged with a mobile mortgage manager at a<br />

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Since establishing Take Note Ferrymead<br />

(formerly Paper Plus Ferrymead) <strong>14</strong> years ago,<br />

Barry and Kerry have built up a strong and loyal<br />

customer base from across the Bay Harbour<br />

News readership area by offering friendly<br />

service and an extensive selection of books,<br />

magazines, stationery, toys, gifts, greeting cards<br />

and wrapping paper.<br />

The wide range of book titles includes travel<br />

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books. Home and office stationery supplies<br />

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filing systems and paper clips.<br />

Customers can browse through an<br />

attractive range of gift items, including locally<br />

manufactured items, or alternatively there are<br />

gift cards and Prezzy Cards in a range of values.<br />

Ferrymead is one of the city’s fastest-growing<br />

retail and business areas, and Take Note<br />

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professional services.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

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Community<br />

Events<br />

Email fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi<br />

by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

Super Saturday Storytimes<br />

Every Saturday, 11-11.45am<br />

Come along and enjoy<br />

stories and rhymes followed<br />

by fun craft activities during<br />

term time. Aimed at children<br />

aged 2-7, the event is free, with<br />

no bookings necessary, but a<br />

caregiver is required. There is a<br />

different theme every weekend.<br />

Shirley Public Library, 36<br />

Marshland Rd. Free entry<br />

Seaside Seniors’ Winter<br />

Fashion Parade<br />

Today, <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong>, 2-3.30pm<br />

A fun fashion parade where<br />

models showcase a selection<br />

of clothes on sale in the local<br />

iconic Purple Door Boutique<br />

opportunity shop. Following<br />

the fashion parade, the audience<br />

can purchase any of the<br />

clothes modelled plus an array<br />

of other wonderful recycled<br />

clothes. People are also invited<br />

to stay for an afternoon tea<br />

which will be provided. Entry<br />

by gold coin donation.<br />

New Brighton Union Church,<br />

Collingwood St. Gold coin donation<br />

New Brighton Seaside<br />

Market<br />

Every Saturday, from 10am-<br />

2pm<br />

Each Saturday New Brighton’s<br />

Pedestrian Mall is filled<br />

with colour and creativity. Go<br />

along to the seaside and enjoy<br />

live entertainment, great food,<br />

fresh produce, arts, crafts, jewellery<br />

and more. There’s even<br />

a bouncy castle and free facepainting<br />

for the children.<br />

New Brighton Pedestrian<br />

Mall. Free event<br />

Matariki in the Zone<br />

<strong>June</strong> 19, 10am-2pm<br />

Go along to the red zone on<br />

the east side in Anzac Drive Reserve<br />

to celebrate Matariki, the<br />

Maori New Year. Learn about<br />

weaving, make poi out of natural<br />

materials, watch carvers,<br />

learn about the environment<br />

and whitebait. There will also<br />

be coffee, a kids treasure hunt<br />

and entertainment.<br />

Anzac Drive Reserve, 36 Chimera<br />

Crescent. Free event<br />

Skillwise Exhibition<br />

Open every day, 10am-4pm<br />

Brighton Art Gallery will be<br />

holding a new art exhibition by<br />

Skillwise. Skillwise is a vibrant<br />

community organisation working<br />

with people with disabilities<br />

to create a positive future.<br />

Also, a group of students from<br />

Rawhiti School will have their<br />

WHOLE FAMILY: Mums, dads and bubs group, hosted every Wednesday from 10.30am to noon. Get<br />

along and meet other mums and dads in the community for shared kai and a well-earned coffee<br />

while the tamariki play and learn. Parents with babies and older siblings are welcome. There will<br />

be discussions around learning and development, what we experience as parents and many other<br />

things. Get along to the Linwood Playcentre, 628a Worcester St. Free entry.<br />

paintings exhibited in the month<br />

of <strong>June</strong>.<br />

Brighton Art Gallery, Shop 4<br />

Carnaby Lane, New Brighton.<br />

Free entry<br />

Kite Flying on the Beach<br />

Every day, weather dependant,<br />

11am-4pm<br />

Kites are flown on the beach<br />

near the pier almost every day<br />

that conditions are suitable.<br />

Come and watch, or bring a<br />

kite and join in. Recapture your<br />

childhood, and let your children<br />

experience the joy of kites instead<br />

of playing with electronic<br />

gadgets. The Christchurch easterly<br />

wind is ideal for kite-flying.<br />

New Brighton Beach, just off<br />

220 Marine Parade. Free event<br />

Polar Plunge<br />

<strong>June</strong> 19, from 2pm<br />

The <strong>2016</strong> Polar Plunge is a celebration<br />

of the turning point in<br />

the year where days begin to become<br />

longer, instead of shorter.<br />

Free Beaches New Zealand is<br />

encouraging skinny dippers<br />

from around the city to gather in<br />

South New Brighton and literally<br />

take a plunge into the wintry<br />

water.<br />

The organisation is also<br />

encouraging any hardy souls in<br />

attendance to capture the moment<br />

of madness on camera, and<br />

send their best pictures to www.<br />

freebeaches.org.nz.<br />

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Free event


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Our passion . . .<br />

their future<br />

At our two Kids & Co Ltd<br />

Preschools – Lake Terrace<br />

Preschool and Bottle Lake<br />

Preschool – we recognise<br />

that ‘family’ are the most<br />

important people in<br />

children’s lives. That’s why<br />

families’ aspirations and<br />

beliefs form the foundation<br />

of everything we do with<br />

and for the children,<br />

parents and caregivers.<br />

We also firmly believe that children are unique individuals capable<br />

of making sound decisions in regards to their own learning. At<br />

our pre-schools, children are the leaders of their own curriculum.<br />

We intentionally work alongside them to develop and progress<br />

their special interests and<br />

talents as they start to build<br />

lifelong learning skills.<br />

Through our experience<br />

with children we have<br />

developed our ‘priorities for<br />

learning’. These are broken<br />

down into skills that create<br />

a strong foundation for<br />

lifelong learning processes<br />

and are interwoven<br />

throughout all areas of our<br />

curriculum.<br />

Our Lake Terrace Preschool Manager Michelle Cross and Bottle<br />

Lake Preschool Manager Rachel Allan, along with our team of<br />

passionate and dedicated teachers, are fully committed to our<br />

philosophy and teaching approach towards children’s learning.<br />

We also have a strong<br />

commitment to bi-cultural<br />

practices and believe in the<br />

importance of honouring<br />

our Treaty partnership.<br />

had formal training are rich in life skills. All of them are strong<br />

advocates for children and love working with them. The owners<br />

of Lake Terrace Preschool and Bottle Lake Preschool, Karen and<br />

Lindsay Byrne, are here on a regular basis interacting with teachers<br />

and children.<br />

The learning environment at both preschools is bright, inviting and<br />

well maintained.<br />

There are three areas<br />

in each, Nursery, Pre-<br />

School and Kindergarten,<br />

with high-quality,<br />

developmentally<br />

appropriate resources<br />

provided.<br />

Our last ERO Report in<br />

February which stated<br />

the centre was ‘well<br />

placed’ to provide quality<br />

care and education for<br />

children, was very welcome and reinforced our confidence in the<br />

quality of our programmes.<br />

Our strong ‘transition to school’ programme, which we have<br />

developed through working closely with local schools, ensures<br />

children can head off to school fully prepared for their new learning<br />

environment. And the feedback we receive from schools is that<br />

children arrive ‘well prepared’.<br />

We offer 20 hours ECE<br />

and WINZ subsidies<br />

are available. We invite<br />

parents and caregivers to<br />

visit our Preschools and<br />

see just how much we can<br />

offer children in those<br />

exciting and formative<br />

pre-school years.<br />

Eighty per cent of our<br />

teachers are fully qualified,<br />

while those who haven’t<br />

Lake Terrace Preschool<br />

30 Lake Terrace Road<br />

Burwood, Christchurch 8061<br />

P: 03 383 4757 Michelle Cross (Manager)<br />

Open: 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri<br />

www.kidsandco.nz<br />

Bottle Lake Preschool<br />

1 Pohutukawa Crescent<br />

Parklands, Christchurch 8083<br />

P: 03 387 0684 Rachel Allan (Manager)<br />

Open: 7.00am-6.00pm Mon-Fri<br />

Lake Terrace | Bottle Lake<br />

Preschools


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CONTINUING EDUCATION<br />

Horticulture Training for<br />

Christchurch Residents<br />

If you would like to enjoy gardening,<br />

improve your property value, produce fresh<br />

vegetables and fruit or get a job within<br />

the horticulture industry, this flexible<br />

programme can help you gain the necessary<br />

skills.<br />

Skills update Training Institute has<br />

partnered with CPIT Aoraki to offer an<br />

introductory ‘no fees’ horticulture blended<br />

learning course which combines both<br />

classrooms and online learning methods.<br />

Tutorials have been scheduled weekly<br />

during evenings including the occasional<br />

weekend field trips to suit those currently<br />

working full time or part time. our<br />

experienced tutors, Ryan young or Hamish<br />

Kelland, are also available by phone and<br />

STUDY<br />

HORTICULTURE<br />

Enrolment are now open.<br />

Entry to this programme is open to NZ<br />

Citizens and Residents and students<br />

over 18 years of age.<br />

Intake start dates are subject to<br />

student availability.<br />

e-mail outside of classroom hours.<br />

Ryan, the winner of various horticultural<br />

awards and titles, says “as your learning<br />

facilitator, I will assist you throughout the<br />

duration of the programme and provide<br />

guidance for each assessment.”<br />

“I am passionate about sustainable<br />

horticulture and really enjoy working<br />

with students to achieve their study and<br />

educational goals” says Hamish, who has<br />

a wide range of experience across the<br />

industry as well as teaching in the tertiary<br />

sector.<br />

Enrolments are now open for <strong>2016</strong>. Call<br />

or email our team today. Study over 40<br />

weeks and earn the sought after National<br />

Certificate in Horticulture Level 3.<br />

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Fees!<br />

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Ensuring a safe work place<br />

LEARNINg fIRST aid is not only a part<br />

of ensuring a safe work place, but also<br />

an integral part of our engagement with<br />

the wider community. We all learn the<br />

necessary skills to ensure that in times of<br />

emergency we are able to assist our work<br />

colleagues, but are we able to take these<br />

skills home, into the community or on to the<br />

sports field?<br />

Not all work places are the same and<br />

the injury risk for each place can be wide<br />

and variable. The office attended by<br />

administrators does not carry the same<br />

risk as those people working with heavy<br />

machinery, or perhaps at some distance from<br />

a regular ambulance service. It is therefore<br />

essential that you pick the right first aid<br />

course to suit all of your activities – both<br />

professional<br />

and social.<br />

Take, for example, an office worker who<br />

does not have a high risk work environment<br />

and whose concern might be to ensure that<br />

they can deal with minor cuts and superficial<br />

injuries, or the ability to perform effective<br />

CPR. These skills can be achieved on a<br />

course of eight hours duration and would<br />

generally fit into low to medium risk area.<br />

But take this same person on to a sports field<br />

either as a spectator or player when a higher<br />

level injury occurs. The eight hour course<br />

covering unit standards 6402 and 6401 (or<br />

26551 and 26552) does not cover head neck<br />

and spinal injuries, eye injuries, hypothermia<br />

and poisonings.<br />

The majority of injuries occur outside of<br />

the work place, in fact one in three injuries<br />

occurs in the home, making it the most<br />

common place for injuries to happen.<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

New Zealand children are twice as likely<br />

to die through injury as children who live<br />

in Australia. They mostly die as a result of<br />

motor vehicles accidents or falls in the home.<br />

fatalities from leisure and sport are not far<br />

behind those in the workplace.<br />

The wider 12 hour course teaches the<br />

additional unit standard 6400 and provides<br />

a wide knowledge base for medium to high<br />

risk environments. This course covers many<br />

of the skills required to deal with the most<br />

common injuries, such as falls (which can<br />

result in head neck and spinal injuries) and<br />

dealing with complex scenes such as motor<br />

vehicle accidents.<br />

If you are not sure on the course best<br />

suited to your needs, ask your accredited<br />

first aid training provider. They can explain<br />

the course content and give you options that<br />

will best suit your needs. Look beyond the<br />

workplace and consider your family and<br />

your location. Check that you have a good<br />

quality first aid kit that is up-to-date with<br />

replenished items, and that everyone knows<br />

where it is located.<br />

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Christchurch Course Dates <strong>2016</strong><br />

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First Aid Revalidation Course (6 hours)<br />

Cost $120.00 per person (certificates must not<br />

have expired for more than 3 months)<br />

Time: 8.30am – 3.15pm<br />

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20 <strong>June</strong><br />

27 <strong>June</strong><br />

11 July<br />

Friday<br />

24 <strong>June</strong><br />

8 July<br />

15 July<br />

Tuesday<br />

19 July<br />

9 August<br />

13 September<br />

Sunday<br />

19 <strong>June</strong><br />

26 <strong>June</strong><br />

7 August<br />

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Book online at www.redcross.org.nz<br />

Wednesday<br />

6 July<br />

20 July<br />

17 August<br />

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Comprehensive First Aid PLUS Course (16hrs or 4hr upgrade) Comprehensive First Aid Course (12hrs)<br />

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 and 25411 or 26552, 26551, 6400 and<br />

25411 Cost $265.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST for 16 hours or<br />

$80.00 per person for upgrade following completion of CFA<br />

Time: Day One 8.30am – 5.30pm Day Two 8.30am – 5pm<br />

Unit Standard 6402, 6401, 6400 or 26552, 26551, 6400<br />

Cost $210.00 per person incl FA Manual & GST<br />

Time: Day One & Day Two 8.30am - 3.15pm<br />

16 Hours Thursday/Friday<br />

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21 & 22 July<br />

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Monday<br />

18 July<br />

29 August<br />

19 September<br />

Tuesday<br />

5 July<br />

16 August<br />

6 September<br />

Wednesday<br />

22 <strong>June</strong><br />

13 July<br />

3 August<br />

Thursday<br />

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28 July<br />

11 August<br />

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HEALTH & BEAUTY<br />

Be health smart<br />

this winter<br />

HaNDS arE the main pathways of germ<br />

transmission. Hand hygiene is therefore<br />

the most important measure to avoid the<br />

transmission of harmful germs.<br />

Wash your hands, before & after food<br />

preparation and eating, if you borrow<br />

someone elses equipment and of course<br />

after blowing your nose. For convienience<br />

it is a good idea to have hand sanitiser on<br />

hand to use in between washing.<br />

Sneezing & coughing into the crook<br />

of your arm or tissues rather than your<br />

hand, reduces the spread of airborne<br />

bugs. remove tissues to the rubbish<br />

immediately.<br />

Keep hydrated, two thirds of your body<br />

is made of water, so keeping hydrated<br />

is one of the most important things you<br />

can do for your health. Dehydration<br />

symptoms range from headaches to<br />

nausea to fatigue, but the effects of<br />

dehydration on your immune system are<br />

not always as obvious. Staying hydrated<br />

keeps the mucus membranes moist, which<br />

keeps the immune system functioning<br />

optimally. Unfortunately, lattes and wine<br />

don’t count, but upping your intake of<br />

water is incredibly beneficial. aim to<br />

drink at least eight glasses of water a day.<br />

You’ll notice the difference!<br />

Eat in season, poor nutrition impairs<br />

the immune response. Fresh vegetables,<br />

fruits, nuts, grains and legumes or pulses<br />

are full of immune-boosting properties<br />

and antioxidants. Nature provides fresh<br />

seasonal foods to compensate for what<br />

our bodies are lacking at that time of<br />

year. Kiwifruit & citrus fruits that are in<br />

season throughout winter are packed with<br />

Vitamin C.<br />

Stress less, although short periods of<br />

stress can actually be good for us longterm<br />

chronic stress lowers our immunity,<br />

making us more susceptible to colds and<br />

flu. We all have our own ways of coping<br />

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Get a good night’s sleep, sleep is<br />

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Interrupted sleep (or just not enough of<br />

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PEGASUS POST<br />

An absolute winning combination<br />

18 Rockview Place, Ngaio Heights, Mt Pleasant with 6 car garage<br />

Deadline sale: All offers will be presented Tuesday, 28th <strong>2016</strong>, unless sold prior.<br />

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Welcome to an absolute<br />

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The lucky new owners<br />

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This highly sought after Mt Pleasant<br />

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Brilliantly orientated for all day sun<br />

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Deceptively spacious, the home’s<br />

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The gardens feature a contemporary<br />

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FRIDAY SPECIAL:<br />

All Grills... $20!<br />

for a limited time<br />

SUNDAY SPECIAL<br />

$25 3-Course Feast<br />

SHUTTLE RUNNING Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat<br />

202 Marine Parade | Ph 388-9416<br />

Members, guests and affiliates welcome


24<br />

Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>14</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

99 c kg<br />

$<br />

9 99<br />

kg<br />

Large Gold Kiwifruit<br />

Fresh NZ Lamb Leg Roast<br />

2<br />

for<br />

2<br />

for<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

$<br />

3 99<br />

each<br />

$<br />

2 99<br />

each<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

Nice & Natural Roasted<br />

Nut Bars 6 Pack<br />

Fresh’n Fruity Yoghurt 1kg<br />

(Excludes Greek)<br />

Flora Spread 500g<br />

(Excludes Pro-Activ)<br />

Wattie’s Garden Peas/<br />

Mixed Vegetables 1kg<br />

4<br />

for<br />

WINE<br />

DEAL<br />

OF THE<br />

WEEK<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

pack<br />

$<br />

5 00<br />

$<br />

8 99<br />

each<br />

$<br />

32 99<br />

pack<br />

Sorbent Toilet Tissues<br />

12 Pack/Long Roll White<br />

8 Pack<br />

Schweppes Sparkling Soft<br />

Drink 1.5L<br />

(Excludes Classic Dry)<br />

Montana Classic/First Pick<br />

By Kim Crawford 750ml<br />

(Excludes Sparkling)<br />

DB/Export Gold/Tui<br />

24 x 330ml Bottles<br />

Win a Slow Cooker<br />

plus a range of Campbell’s Real Stock<br />

products.<br />

Simply buy any 2 Campbell’s Real Stock<br />

products to go into the draw.<br />

Entry is via a till receipt entry form provided at the time of purchase.<br />

Competition runs from 6th <strong>June</strong> until the 19th <strong>June</strong>. Terms and conditions apply.<br />

$<br />

3 99<br />

each<br />

Campbell’s Real Stock 1L<br />

Prices apply from Tuesday <strong>14</strong>th <strong>June</strong> to Sunday 19th <strong>June</strong><br />

<strong>2016</strong>, or while stocks last.<br />

Trade not supplied. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day.<br />

All prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available<br />

in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale.<br />

FreshChoice.co.nz<br />

FreshChoiceNZ<br />

FreshChoice Parklands<br />

60 Queenspark Drive, Christchurch.<br />

Phone 383 1004.<br />

Open 7am-11pm, 7 days.<br />

FCPP<strong>14</strong>06

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