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Fast food glut outcry

• By Tom Doudney

THE GLUT of fast food outlets

setting up around Linwood Ave

has to stop, says schools, doctors

and community advocates.

A group consisting of Linwood

College, Linwood Avenue

School, parents, Linwood Medical

Centre and Port Hills MP

Ruth Dyson will address the

Hagley-Ferrymead Community

Board today to raise their concerns.

The group want the community

board to advocate to the city

council for new rules restricting

the ability of fast food outlets to

proliferate around schools and

low income areas.

McDonald’s, KFC and Burger

King are among the fast food

outlets based around the intersection

of Linwood Ave and

Buckleys Rd.

Linwood Avenue School parent

Tracie Charnock has gathered

200 signatures so far on a petition

she started after KFC built a

new store over the road from the

school.

“I remember looking at it

and thinking ‘is this OK?’

Because you can see it from my

son’s classroom, you can see it

from the playground and I was

thinking ‘once it’s opened, that’s

all you are going to be able to

smell’.”

Ms Dyson said the community

didn’t want to see any more fast

food outlets setting up in the

area.

“This isn’t against fast food

outlets, it’s against the proliferation

of them in low income

areas and the proximity to the

schools,” she said.

“We’ve got a growing obesity

problem in New Zealand and a

huge increase in the number of

people with diabetes as a result.”

Linwood College principal

Dick Edmundson said the heavy

concentration of fast food outlets

in the area had damaging effects.

“Fast food is something which

should be regarded as an occasional

food and the more you

see anything the more usual it

becomes,” he said.

A 2011 study by Canterbury

University’s GeoHealth Laboratory

found that fast food outlets

were five times more likely to be

clustered around schools than

other areas.

It also found they’re three

times more likely to be near

poorer areas.

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Isabella Garbett, 17, is a wonderful

example of a young person

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what she believes in. In this week’s

Our People feature, she talks to

reporter Georgia O’Connor-

Harding about apathy around

women’s issues in her age group

and weighs in on the Hornby High

School skirt debate. A great read

on page 8.

Regular columnist, fire risk

management officer Mark Thomas,

describes a frightening call-out

of a young child apparently unconscious

on a swing. Fortunately,

it had a happy ending – see his

column on page 4.

If your school is celebrating

Maori Language Week, send in

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Concern over car park loss

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

BUSINESSES ALONG North

Avon Rd are saying road works,

which will see them lose 35 car

parks on the street, is “overkill”.

North Avon Rd may lose the

parks and have to put up with

four months of road works if a

city council road upgrade goes

ahead.

The city council is currently

consulting with the public about

the Richmond road receiving a

$2.9 million upgrade from January

next year.

City council

head of transport

Chris

Gregory (left)

said the road

would lose car

parking spaces,

which will not

return after the

upgrade is completed.

“The 35 car parks are needed

to accommodate cycle lanes

along what is part of the local

cycle network, and to allow for

some street landscaping. There

are no plans to replace them,”

he said.

A spokeswoman for Delta

Community Support Trust,

based on North Avon Rd, said

she was worried the works

would interfere with planned

renovations.

“We are embarking on some

major renovations at Delta

ourselves and part of that was

re-doing our street frontage on

North Avon Rd. So this has come

as news to us, and I think it’s

definitely something we will have

to look at extensively,” she said.

Mr Gregory said the road

works would not directly affect

any access to Delta.

Another part of the upgrade

would see a traffic island

installed to prevent traffic

turning right into Stapletons

Rd.

But North Avon Pharmacy

owner Duncan Hurren said the

city council is over-reacting to a

non-existent problem.

“I really don’t see any issue

with the current layout there.

One of my staff has been

here for seven years and has

never seen an accident in that

intersection (Stapletons Rd and

North Avon Rd), so she doesn’t

know why they’re bothering,”

he said.

Mr Gregory said the traffic

island would act as a safety

improvement for the road.

“An island along North Avon

will prevent right turning into,

and out of, Stapletons Rd. These

movements have been the cause

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of accidents, and created delays

for other traffic waiting on the

turners, in the past . . . there

have been five crashes at the Stapletons,

North Avon, Stanmore

intersection over the last five

years. One involving a cyclist,”

he said.

Public consultation is open

until July 20. To have your say

visit the city council website.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think the North Avon and

Stapletons Rds intersection

is dangerous? Should a

traffic island be installed?

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Community Campus’ temporary

site at the former Burwood

Primary School site. Haeata staff

can now host students and teach

classes, as well as host meetings.

SERVICE REQUESTS UP

A report presented to the

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board on Monday saw customer

service requests for graffiti, water

reactive management and street

cleaning, rise again. In February,

there was 130 requests to council

to deal with water management,

104 for street cleaning, and 77 for

graffiti. But for the month of May,

the board saw those numbers

have risen. In May, there was 196

requests for water management,

147 for graffiti, and 131 for street

cleaning. This means the number

of service requests for graffiti in

the eastern suburbs has nearly

doubled in recent months.

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Your Local Views

PEGASUS POST

Connect with others

to boost wellbeing

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Kim Morton

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manager

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Creative

Spaces, a

wellbeing

through

creativity

initiative which is based

at the Phillipstown

Community Hub and runs

programmes at Aranui

Library. She speaks about

health and wellbeing on

the east.

In proposing that the city

council allocate funding to

mental health in Christchurch,

Mayor Lianne Dalziel bravely

confronted an unavoidable truth

– the terribly compromised wellbeing

of people in Christchurch.

The fallout from the turmoil

of school closures, the loss of

homes and communities, unresolved

insurance disputes, financial

insecurity, and underlying

poverty will play out for years to

come.

Health service centre to open

at Eastgate Shopping Centre

NEW ZEALAND’S first

large-scale social and health

service centre will open at

Eastgate Shopping Centre this

week – and the neighbouring

Linwood Library is expecting a

big boost as a result.

The Loft will house Aviva, Barnardos,

the Family Help Trust,

He Waka Tapu, New Zealand

Red Cross and the Linwood

Medical Centre.

They will all provide specialist

services from one shared space

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The mental health crisis appeared

to deepen this week with

the Canterbury District Health

Board’s announcement that

they will take $23 million from

older adults’ health to top up

the shortfall in mental health

funding.

We need to find creative

solutions to mental health and

wellbeing in Christchurch. At

the heart of a healthy city is opportunities

for social connection.

Connecting with others

through creativity is one powerful

way of boosting wellbeing:

art gives us hope, a voice, and a

way of telling our story. Creativity

can also be respite from the

relentless pressures of our lives.

on the first-floor of the mall.

Together with the Linwood

Library, the service hub will span

over 3000 sq m.

Linwood Library team leader

Alan Seaton said the development

was an opportunity to

connect with more people in the

community.

“It’s a really good opportunity

for Linwood Library,” Mr Seaton

said

“In terms of foot count, we’re

currently the third busiest library

Many people don’t feel a connection

to the re-emerging CBD

and it feels like there’s a deepening

divide between the central

city and the suburbs.

This makes local gathering

places even more important.

One exciting initiative is the hub

that’s emerging from the closed

Central New Brighton School,

and it looks like creativity will

feature strongly there.

To reinforce this, we need our

council to adopt visionary social

wellbeing and arts policies – and

we need to make these issues

count in the upcoming election.

Both created in early 2000s,

the current policies are inadequate

for the post-earthquake

landscape.

Dunedin’s arts and culture

strategy Ara Toi – Our Creative

Future is a fabulous model,

showing that far from being

sidelined as a peripheral thing

that’s nice to have, the arts are

an integral part of the fabric of

a city with economic, social,

cultural and health outcomes.

in the network, and we are only

going to get busier with this

development, so we’re excited.

“The library currently sits on

the first floor of Eastgate Shopping

Centre. Customers have to go out

of their way to get to the library –

it’s a destination,” he said.

The Loft will have more than

80 full-time staff members in the

social service space, and 35 in the

primary health care space.

The centre will support a client

base of around 3500 people.

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

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fires as a problem at this time of

year.

Unfortunately, the past week

has seen two more incidents

– one in Mount Pleasant last

Thursday, which fortunately

did not spread into the house,

and another in Wilsons Rd on

Monday, where the occupants

were not so lucky.

People need to be aware that

ash from a fireplace when put in

a bucket or other container can

stay hot enough to cause a fire

for five days.

That’s because ash itself is an

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hot coals from cooling, instead

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Serial tagger caught on camera

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

Office space with a view

A NEW business hub in the east

is beginning to take shape – and

one of its selling points is the

view.

The ARGO co-working space

will provide an environment for

those wanting a better work-life

balance, and a view out past

New Brighton Library and onto

the beach.

It will be situated on the second

floor at 215 Marine Parade,

in the pedestrian mall, across

the road from the library.

Owner and creator of the

ARGO project, Rebecca Tavete,

said she hopes the office space

will become a hub for those in

creative and technological jobs.

“We’re looking to get in

designers, those working in multi-media,

app designers and freelancers

that can all collaborate

together. It’ll be easier for them

to have a work-lifestyle balance

as well. And with that, they’ll be

in a supportive, creative space,”

she said.

An open night on July 8 will

show potential clients what the

space will look like on opening

day, which Mrs Tavete hopes

will be enough for them to sign

up for a spot.

“You’re your own boss basically,

so you can come in at 5am

if you want, leave at 8am and go

for a surf, and then come back

after,” she said.

New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association

manager Paul Zaanen said the

A MAN suspected of tagging

a distinctive mark across New

Brighton has been caught in the

act by a home security camera.

Last week, the Pegasus Post

reported that between 60 and

70 per cent of all graffiti in

New Brighton and North New

Brighton during April and May

was a tag reading ‘DOFUS’.

In the month of June, the number

of tags in the area had risen

to between 40 and 50 instances.

A North New Brighton

resident unwittingly captured

pictures of the serial tagger in

action on June 16.

The resident, who did not want

to be named in fear of the tagger

returning to their home, said

they initially took no notice of

the man.

But the following day, they

walked out of their home to see

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association and the creators of

ARGO had collaborated on the

project for a long time.

“We’re just here to help and

advise really. It’s taken about 10

months to get it all under way,

and we just offer a support role

to that,” he said.

the word ‘DOFUS’ spray painted

on a power pole.

“I saw the guy from my workshop

and saw him stop by the

pole.

“I didn’t think of it until I went

out the next day and saw the

tag. I got him on the camera’s

footage. He got the next power

pole on the street as well, and I’ve

also seen it on Marine Parade as

well,” they said.

City council team leader for

Mrs Tavete hopes to gain

enough support from the community

on the open day to go

ahead with her planned opening

date of August 1.

“There’s no other place in the

city I believe that this could

happen. This is the ultimate

graffiti Valerie Merryweather

said between May 1 and May

31, there was 13 records of the

‘DOFUS’ tag being removed by a

graffiti removal team.

The photos have been provided

to police. Senior Sergeant Dave

Robertson, said they were investigating

the tagging.

“If we can identify him from

the photo then we will look to

charge him . . . I’m surprised we

haven’t heard of him yet.”

location, a truly inspiring

landscape. If we get a 30 per cent

occupancy, we can make it happen.

So it’s about people buying

in really,” she said.

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In Brief

PLAYGROUND REPAIRS

Repairs have been made to

New Brighton’s ‘whale pool’

playground after a resident

found cracks in the slide and

play equipment that had been

boarded up. City council head

of parks Andrew Rutledge said

action was taken to assess and

make the play equipment safe.

This led to the treatment of

corrosion and repairs to the

slide. Three new swing seats

were also installed. Mr Rutledge

said city council playgrounds

were inspected monthly through

a maintenance programme,

with contractors acting on any

immediate health and safety

concerns. “The most recent

inspection report from June

6 did not indicate any play

equipment that needed repair,”

he said.

TREE REPLANTING

The Avon-Otakaro Network is

crowd funding a campaign to

plant 2000 trees in Anzac Drive

Reserve. It will carry out the

replanting on July 29 and 30.

So far, it has raised more than

$5000 but only has three more

weeks to reach $16,660. To help

replant the trees on one or both

days, or donate to the campaign,

visit www.millionmetres.org.nz

for more information.

LINWOOD REPAIRS

The Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Rebuild Team has

begun repairing pump station

one on Pages Rd. The generator

section in the building was

structurally displaced during

the earthquakes. Work has

begun to demolish the generator

section. Once demolished, a new

building will be constructed on

the site. Work will continue for

about five months.

AVONSIDE CLOSURE

Last week, Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Rebuild Team

closed off the rest of Retreat Rd

in Avonside. It will remain closed

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SCIRT access to the broken waste

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Mobile

technology

hub visiting

schools

A MOBILE learning centre

carrying some of the country’s

most advanced technology

visited eastern schools recently.

Avondale School hosted the

learning centre on Thursday.

It also visited Aranui and Linwood

North schools.

The centre’s focus is on educating

lower decile and remote

schools about the benefits of

technology and how it can be

effectively used.

The high-tech vehicle travels

the country letting students,

parents, teachers, senior citizens

and community groups

experience some of the world’s

latest technology.

The centre has booths and

pods which allow pupils to

listen and learn.

There’s also an activity area

to create digital content and

experiment with devices like

cameras and tablets.

So far the mobile learning

centre has been to Aranui,

Bamford, St Anne, Hornby,

Linwood North, Rowley Ave,

Wharenui, and Avondale

schools.

The centre will visit six more

primary schools over the next

two weeks.

AVONSIDE GIRLS’ High

School and Linwood College

took away awards for

outstanding performances in

the regional Big Sing finals held

recently.

The Avonside choir received

the Outstanding Recital Performance

by a Girls’ Choir award,

SCHOOLS

New entrants

Last week, Banks Avenue

School had seven new

pupils start their journey into

education. Ben, Catherine,

Charlee-May, Christopher,

Drae, Luke and Summer all

showed the things they’re

most keen to learn about at

school.

Email photos to fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi

Avonside, Linwood perform well at Big Sing contest

and Linwood took out the

Outstanding Performance of a

Composition with a Maori or

Pasifika text award.

The competition was held over

two days at Knox Church, with

a gala concert at the St Mary’s

Pro-Cathedral.

More than 500 students in 29

Waitakiri mixed team beat their neighbour, Queenspark, in the inter-schools

basketball competition last week.

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choirs from 18 school participated.

Awards were given by regional

judge David Griffiths, who is a

professional opera singer and

former teacher at the University

of Waikato.

Although the judge is not

required to give out any awards,

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Mr Griffiths presented more than

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Outstanding Performance

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Outstanding Performance of a

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Outstanding Performance of a

Modern or Contemporary Work.

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Isabella Garbett

Giving young people a voice

St Andrew’s College student Isabella Garbett, 17, was

recognised at the Canterbury Youth Awards for helping give

young people a voice. She spoke to Georgia O’Connor-

Harding about engaging with the youth of the city, her views

on gender inequality and the time she spends feeding the

homeless every Sunday.

How does it feel to have

been awarded the Advocate

Inclusion and Diversity Award

at the Canterbury Youth

Awards last week?

I was quite surprised. Aside

from that, I am so incredibly

humbled because the people I

was up against do some incredible

things. So good, but at the

same time I wish everyone could

be recognised for the awesome

things they have done.

This award is about ensuring

young people have a voice.

Could you tell me about some

of the things you do to ensure

this happens in the city?

Primarily what I do outside of

school is volunteer for New Zealand

Red Cross project, Bounce.

It came about after the earthquake

and it is centred around

creating a space for young people

to talk about well-being and

gearing them up with some tips

to deal with tough times. It is

run by young people for young

people. I came in when they were

starting to re-brand. It is about

finding ways to engage people. A

lot of people don’t want to read a

text book. It’s targeted at people

aged 12-24. In school, I am also

the head of community service,

the sustainability council, the

student council and head of

debating.

But that’s not all you are doing.

Are you an advocate for

women’s rights as well?

Most things I do with a feminist

lens. There is a real trend

with year 9-11 students where

they are quite apathetic to a lot of

women’s issues. (Men and women)

might be equal in the eyes of

the law, but we are not equal in

the eyes of society. It is important

to me when that younger

generation comes through that

they don’t forget about where we

have come from and we have a

good appreciation of women and

their places in society. But feminism

isn’t just about women – it

affects men, too.

What did you think of the

whole Hornby High School

skirt debacle last week?

That is just another classic

example of ridiculous doublestandards.

Because when you

tell girls that they need to wear

longer skirts because they are

distracting male teachers or male

students, you are telling a boy

he is more entitled to education

than a girl is – and that is just not

the case. A lot of the time people

don’t think about what they are

saying and how it translates. I

know the school’s response was

that it was not what they were

quite trying to say, but as soon as

you start saying those messages

it is really harmful.

Is there inequality in the city?

Yes, it is not horrific, but New

Zealand on a whole has quite

an interesting culture in terms

of gender inequality. Even with

young boys and the messages

we give them – that they have

got to be strong, don’t cry – that

is harmful. It is about ensuring

both genders are given equal

opportunity. We have horrendous

domestic violence, rape,

sexual violence. We have got bad

suicide stats in New Zealand as

a whole.

And you have made a major

contribution to the homeless?

Our school has a relationship

with this taxi driver called

Daniel, who runs a feeding the

homeless thing every Sunday at

Latimer Square. I started doing

that in year 10. I like to give back

when I can. Over time I have

built up some cool relationships

HIGH ACHIEVER: Isabella Garbett was recently recognised at the Canterbury Youth Awards.

(Inset) At the Canterbury A&P Show with Pablo, mascot for the New Zealand Red Cross project,

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with the people (involved).

Being able to understand why

the homeless are where they

are, and what is going on in

their lives, is like building a

friendship.

Tell me about some of the

most interesting people you

have met?

I met someone the other day

who has been out of prison for

five years. He is now working

with more recently released

prisoners to help them deal with

getting out of prison. There was

another guy, I’m not sure what

his background was, but he

sleeps on the street. He is one of

the nicest people I have ever met.

He keeps the order (in Latimer

Square), makes sure everyone

stands in a line and the kids get

fed first. He is the last to come

up and that is really humbling

to see.

What is it like seeing people

your own age and even younger

in that situation?

It breaks my heart. I do the

things I do because I have an

education and opportunity,

which means I will be able to go

somewhere. It is people like that

who keep me in check.

You are in your last year of

school. What do you want to do

next year?

I want to go to Victoria University

of Wellington. I want

to do a law degree and major

in gender studies and history and

do a Bachelor of Arts.

What is your big dream?

I want to end up running an

aid organisation. I want to focus

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Do you have any other

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I play four instruments and

I sing. Violin, piano, guitar

and viola. I love playing in the

school orchestra. Aside from

that, I hang out with my friends.

I would not be anywhere near

where I am today if it was not

for my friends and family. I am

really lucky to have people who

challenge me to think more

critically. I have two younger

brothers and my grandmother

also lives with us. I love them

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A Winter Gardening Workshop

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Today, 2-3pm

Gordon Proctor, the local

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is offering a workshop on how

to become a winter gardener. He

is growing all kinds of amazing

vegetables through the winter

season and will share with

participants how they can, too.

Go along and learn from his

knowledge and wisdom. Just a

gold coin entry to go towards his

expenses. The workshop is in the

garden, but if wet, will be in the

adjacent hall.

The Steeple Garden, New

Brighton Union Church. Gold

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Exhibition and Book Launch

Monday, July 4 until Saturday,

July 16, Monday to Friday 11am-

4pm

Nicholas Williamson’s paintings

exhibition called Harris and

his near death experience will be

on show at the Eastside Gallery

until Saturday, July 16.

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester

St. Free entry

New Brighton Museum

Golden Oldie Movies

Every Monday, from 1.30pm

Golden oldie movies at the

New Brighton Museum are

shown on each Monday of the

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Eddy and Jeanette Macdonald,

121min. July 11: Off the Dole,

1935, by George Formby, 87min.

July 18: Fly Away Home, 1996, by

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Little Caesar, 1931, by Edward G

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New Brighton Museum, 8

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Dahl Delights – School

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Tuesday July 12, 10.30-11.30am

Go along and listen to a

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No bookings required. There is a

craft activity afterwards, which

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Monday, July 18, 10.30-11.30am

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Wednesday August 3, 2-3pm

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Jo Hayes National List MP based in Christchurch East

“ Kia ora

Hi I am Jo Hayes the National list MP based in Christchurch East. I

have been the National list MP based in Christchurch East since

2014.

I have been working hard alongside many external agencies,

organisations and the government to get things done. Recently I was

involved in a number of Christchurch East projects that have included:

Working with the Minister for Regenerate Christchurch in moving

the proposed landfill site away from the Waimairi Beach (Ascot

Drive) residential area in response to a meeting with the local

residents association.

Supporting the Rural Firefighters application to hold their annual

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LINZ and was overturned with the support of the Minister for Regenerate

Christchurch.

Providing support to a number of constituents with Housing,

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Supporting constituent oral submissions to the Council over the

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Advocating for the retention of the Travis Road Medical Centre

Car Park.

Supporting businesses in the Parklands area concerning roads

and infrastructure repairs and,supporting constituents in Kainga

related to regional council issues.

I attended the opening of the new ECAN offices with the PM and

senior Ministers recently, then visited Burwood Hospital with the PM.

A visit to the Union Methodist Church op shop and a viewing of the

excellent community project helping families gave me an insight into

“what really matters” to those families living in New Brighton. The

opening of the new Aranui Community Centre was a special

moment for the community and I trust it will be well used. I am proud

to host the Brighton Art Gallery in Parliament from May 30 to June

30. The opening had the highest MP attendance. Thanks to Judy

Harrington, her team at the Brighton Gallery and the wonderful

Artists.

In my role I am privileged to represent the NZ government at an

international level. These have included the South Asian forum on

the Elimination of Child Marriage in Kathmandu and supporting

Pacific Women MP in Samoa. Both trips I have bought back

valuable information that informs government policy or supports

women to stand for public office.

I believe a huge part of my job is to listen to YOU. I want you to tell

me how I can help you and I will try my best to do this. It may take

time, but I will get a result. So call my office for a time to meet with

either me or my MP Support – Debbie.

Nga mihi mahana

Jo Hayes.


www.national.org.nz

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I really enjoyed visiting The New Brighton

Art Gallery and seeing the students from

Rawhiti School creating some fantastic

work.

I had the privilege in participating in the

Wainoi Methodist Church Scone Bake

Off with other MP’s & Council members.

Delighted to attend the opening of the

new Aranui Wainoni Community Centre.

Show casing Christchchurch East Art

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Parliamentary Art Gallery Bowen

House Wellington: May 30th to June

30th

John Key

Right Honourable Prime

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Lets talk.

I believe a huge part of my

job is to listen to you the

people.

If you have any issues Ior

challenges please give me a

call so we can talk PH: 384

9459.

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community groups.

I am particuarly keen to speak

with any sports or community

groups in Christchurch East. It

does not matter how big or

small the event or size of the

crowd, I will go out of my way

to make myself avaialable to

address and listen to you.

Simply contact the office

during works hours to check

on my availibility.

What’s coming up:

On Prime TV: I will be

appearing in a new documentary

series called “Inside

Parliament: this will screen in

August.

You’re invited: to visit the

Parliamentary Art Gallery in

Wellington to see the 25

Brighton Artists work on

display. Only showing until 30

June 2016.

Contact me:

P: 03 3849459

M: 021 620 316

E: joanne.hayes@parliament.govt.nz

www.johayes.co.nz

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SENIOR LIVING

Rangiora welcomes Nurse Maude’s

Health & Mobility Shop

Nurse MauDe’s health &

Mobility shop in Wairakei road has

long been the go to shop for those

who need specialised products and

equipment that allow them to live as

independently as possible in their own

home.

this month Nurse Maude opens its

second health & Mobility shop in high

street in rangiora with the same range

of incontinence and allied products

with new items added regularly as they

come on the market.

Geared toward facilitating greater

independence and quality of life,

Nurse Maude’s health & Mobility

shops also have an online option where

many of the same range of diverse

and specialised products are available

online at www.nursemaudeshop.org.nz

Nurse Maude’s online health &

Mobility shop has created a strong

following in rural and remote areas

where being able to access specialised

products often means a long trip to the

nearest town.

the staff at Nurse Maude’s health

& Mobility shops work closely with

Nurse Maude’s specialty clinic

nurses and suppliers to make sure

the expertise, advice and support

customers may need is readily

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liver, Kidneys and Pancreas require large

amounts of co-Q10 to function well.

in a recent multi country double blind

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the co-Q10 had a 50% reduction in an

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compared to the placebo patients. Not

only this but the patients on the coQ10

had a 50% reduction in death not only

from cardiovascular events but from all

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according to lead study author

Professor Mortensen this study is the first

in over a decade to show a natural nutrient

can reduce heart failure mortality and

coQ10 should be added as a standard

treatment for anyone with cardiovascular

complaints. it is known that coQ10 levels

decrease in the heart muscle of patients

with heart failure as severity worsens.

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but these drugs also reduce coQ10

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of low coQ10 in the body can be low

energy and endurance, muscle pain,

poor memory, concentration and poor

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coQ10 levels are known to decrease

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PAULGER COURTS

RETIREMENT VILLAGE

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and Peter MacDonald truly appreciate

the value of our residents maintaining

their community attachments, hobbies

and independence, whilst knowing that

support and companionship is there if

they need it.

the village’s 34 semi-detached but

private units sit in landscaped grounds

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purpose-built eighty-one bed rest home

and hospital. on hand at GMh robyn

and her team are available to answer any

questions or organise any assistance the

residents need.

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be sunny, comfortable and easy to live

in, whilst relieving the residents of the

burden of home maintenance or reliance

on family for urgent assistance. With

the supplied ‘Never alone’ alarm, the

nightly security patrol and willing staff,

residents and their families can feel

reassured that help is at hand should it

be required.

the emphasis at Paulger courts is on

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HOME & HEATING

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Built of quality materials and built to

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from a modern home, including double

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Three bedrooms all downstairs means

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deck to soak up the sun. My owner has

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watching the sunset over the Alps in the

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kelland, are also available by phone and

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Richard took stock and realised he wanted

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“i love problem solving, being creative and

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The degree will certainly open doors for

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My long term plan is project management

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project management papers at ara in five to

10 years’ time when i have some experience.

“My family are happy, in that island

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qualification.

Meanwhile, Richard is seeing more

Pasifika students in engineering. “The first

year i was the only fulltime Pasifika student,

but numbers have increased in the last

two years, including the number of female

Pasifika engineering students.

“The biggest challenge is managing the

workload of studying and working. i work

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Tuesday July 5 2016

Classifieds

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• Flue & log burner installs

• Skytube/light installs

• Earthquake repairs

Licence Building

Practitioner LBP

Member of the Roofing

Association

DCM ROOFING LTD

The Roofing Specialists

PHONE IAIN

027 445 5597

iain@dcmroofing.co.nz

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Services, tree removal,

trimming, stump grinding,

shelterbelt clean up,

section clearing, rubbish

removals, excavation

work, ph 027 728 5688

Cracked tiles?

Dirty grout?

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silicon?

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or 027 746 7632

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relaying, restretching,

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co.nz, ph 0800 003 181 or

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experience, ph Peter 326-

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repairs and alterations.

Phone Michael 364 7080

or 027 438 3943

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Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

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email

co.nz

johnmill@ihug.

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Services Available. Call

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043-2034

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co.nz or ph 027 601-3145

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4311440.

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small job specialty Ph

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027 435-8759

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installations and kitsets,

480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

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383-1448

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www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

ph 03 338-1655

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July 2016.

Kevin Barry, a light

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three years ago. Kevin quickly became a mentor, father figure and friend to the then

“young, shy quiet boy”.

This is your chance to listen to Kevin Barry and ask questions of IBF World

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his IBF Title shot on the line.

Lunch includes two courses and beverages with master of ceremony Gary

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To secure your table call Joanne McMaster now on 339 7908 as seats are limited.

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Cafe open from 11am

Happy Hour 4.30pm - 5.30pm

TAB & Gaming, Function Facilities,

HOUSIE Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

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Open 7 Days

Restaurant open

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Retro Roast Lunch

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$10 Members/$12 Non

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12PM - 2PM

NEW SEASON

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LIVE MUSIC

6PM FRIDAY KATRINA KEENAN

8PM SATURDAY (SPORTS BAR, $2 entry)

MID-WINTER DANCE with

THE DREWS


PEGASUS POST Tuesday July 5 2016 23

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

‘Famous for their roasts!’

Open daily from 6.30am.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

School's Out

Treat the Kids!

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118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

We are family friendly.

Great Kids menu plus

designated play area.

TWO

COURSES

from

$10

SENIORS WINTER LUNCH SPECIAL

two courses : $20 (conditions apply)

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

WHAT’S ON

TUESDAYS &

THURSDAYS

Members

Lucky Card Draw

TAB POD

CRUSADERS

v REBELS

7.35PM

SATURDAY

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TONES

7pm SATURDAY

13th August

SHUTTLE RUNNING

Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat

New Brighton Club

202 Marine Pde

Ph 388-9416

Members, guests and

affiliates welcome

JOIN

A CLUB BY

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- downstairs -

ClubBISTRO

Open Tuesday

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12pm-2pm

and from 5pm.

Midweek

SPECIAL

$10

ROAST

Available Tuesday,

Wednesday,

& Thursday

- upstairs -

PIERVIEW

Restaurant

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with a view!

Open FRIDAY,

SATURDAY,

& SUNDAY

from 5.30pm

FRIDAY SPECIAL:

BBQ PORK RIBS

$19.50!

for a limited time

SUNDAY SPECIAL

$25 3-Course Feast

SUNDAY 31st JULY

BOOK NOW for

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BRUNCH!

By the Seaside!

10.30am-2.30pm

Starts

Sunday 24th July

H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

«WHAT'S ON«

WESTVIEW LOUNGE

FRIDAY

8 July, 7PM

ROBBIE DREW

SATURDAY

9 July, 4.30PM

AL PARK

8PM

SHALOW

«COMING UP«

SUNDAY

17 July, 1PM

MID-CANTERBURY

COUNTRY MUSIC

CLUB

GOLD COIN ENTRY

CHALMERS RESTAURANT

MID WINTER XMAS BUFFET

$30

THIS SUNDAY

10th JULY

LIVE MUSIC BY NEVILLE BARRIE

Hornby WMC | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Road | Hornby

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential

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fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant

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NOW SERVING

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from

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Breakfast

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6PM FRIDAY 8th July

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THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD

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Road Cone

Specials!

Only at FreshChoice Parklands

Wednesday to Sunday

PEGASUS POST

$

7 99

kg

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

PARKLANDS only

Fresh NZ Prime

Beef Mince

$

2 49

kg

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

PARKLANDS only

Sweet Juicy Mandarins

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

$

13 00

each

Molenberg Bread

700g

PARKLANDS only

$

2 49

Hot Cooked Chicken

Size 18

each

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

PARKLANDS only

3 great flavours made

with real meat by

real butchers instore

$

12 99

kg

Fresh NZ Beef Rump Steak

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

PARKLANDS only

$

10 99

kg

Handcrafted Sausages

Available at

FRESHCHOICE

PARKLANDS only

$

3 79

pack

Meadow Fresh Yoghurt 6 Pack

Available at

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PARKLANDS only

$

8 50

pack

Quilton Toilet Tissue 18 Pack/

Double Length 9 Pack

Spend over $40, fill out the entry form and once

a week, for four weeks, a lucky customer in each

FreshChoice supermarket will have this month’s

power/gas bill paid back, up to $350.

Terms and conditions apply. See in-store for details or go to

FreshChoice.co.nz. Competition runs 27 June to 24 July 2016.

WIN a $100

FreshChoice gift card!

Spend $50 or more in one transaction

& go into the draw.

1 x $100 gift card to be given away daily!

Gift

Card

Offer valid from Wednesday 6th July until Sunday 10th July at FreshChoice Parklands only. Excludes purchases of

tobacco products, Lotto, phone cards, gift and Christmas vouchers. See customer service for further details.

FreshChoice Parklands

60 Queenspark Drive, Christchurch.

Open 7am-11pm, 7 days.

FreshChoice.co.nz FreshChoiceNZ 383 1004

FreshChoice Parklands

Certain products may not be available in all stores. Savings are based on non-promotional price. Limits may apply.

Prices apply from Wednesday 6th July to Sunday 10th July 2016, or while stocks last.

Owned and

operated

by locals

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