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EVENT: The city council’s delay in finding a contractor for the pier repairs has seen support to delay them further until after summer so spectators can watch

the New Zealand Surf Life Saving Championships in March from the pier. ​

Call to delay repairs till

after big surf carnival

Nikki Griffin

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

CALLS ARE being made to

delay the start of repairs to the

pier until after a major surf life

saving carnival in March.

Repairs were due to begin this

month. But the city council has

not appointed a contractor and it

is likely work will not begin until

late summer.

Now key people in the community

are calling for the start

of the work to be postponed

until after the New Zealand Surf

Life Saving Championships on

March 17 to 19 at New Brighton.

In April, the Pegasus Post

reported that up to $11 million of

repairs were needed to strengthen

the columns after the damage

it sustained in the Valentine’s

Day earthquake.

City councillor David East said

he wanted work to begin quickly

on the proviso that events could

still occur. If not, he wanted it

delayed until after the championships.

Bin Inn owner Nikki Griffin

said she agreed with Cr East that

it made more sense to wait until

after this summer.

“It’s not rocket science to wait

until after summer. The event

was great last time, people could

watch on top of the pier and get a

better view,” she said.

New Brighton Surf Life Saving

vice-president Matt Nash said

the event brought in thousands

of spectators and a cash injection

to the suburb.

Leaving the pier open would

help the event.

“Going back 15 or so years

when they were last held here,

the pier was a real point of

difference from others [competitions],”

he said.

City council general manager

for city services David Adamson

said it will try to work where it

could for event access, but until a

contractor was selected it would

not know the repair methodology.

The New Brighton Christchurch

Guy Fawkes Fireworks

Spectacular was in doubt when

the repairs were announced

earlier this year, but in June,

the city council said they would

still go ahead and it would work

around it.

Ms Griffin said the closure of

the pier may not affect business,

because people may still visit to

check out the repairs.

Strategic Urban Rejuvenation

Force spokeswoman Lesley Fulton

said from the beginning she

wanted the repairs to begin after

summer and supported waiting

until after the event.

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under way as soon as

possible, or be held off until

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DESK News..........................3, 5, 6, 7

NO ONE disputes that repairs

to the New Brighton Pier need to

happen, but the timing behind

them seems a bit off. Some want

the repairs to begin after summer,

especially with the New Zealand

Surf Life Saving Championships

in March. It has apparently been a

good 15 years since the nationals

were last at New Brighton and the

best vantage point is apparently

the pier – makes sense. But until

the city council actually gets a

contractor, they will not know if

the pier will be open especially for

this event. Seems reasonable to me

that the city council should try to

work with the community to make

this happen.

This week’s Our People will be

a familiar face to Aranui High

School pupils. Joshua Foundation’s

Chris Allan chats to us this week

on his work with young people and

time in the army.

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School buildings face demolition

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

LOST BATTLE: Resident Veronica Henry is disappointed

Burwood School will be demolished at the end of the year. It

has been vandalised and neglected since its closure in 2014.. ​

THE SITE of the former

Burwood School will be cleared

by the end of the year.

The Pegasus Post has learned

that the Ministry of Education

intends to “remove or demolish”

all buildings on the site.

It comes after Burwood

resident Veronica Henry fought

a decision made by the MoE at

the end of last year, that stated

it was looking to demolish the

buildings.

The school was closed at the

end of 2014, and merged with

Windsor School on Burwood

Rd to make the now Waitakiri

School.

She has lived next door to

the site for more than 50 years,

and wanted to see the former

school turned into a community

facility, which she said had been

lacking in the Burwood area

ever since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

Mrs Henry said she is

disappointed the Burwood

community didn’t get a say in

whether it was turned into a

local facility.

“Everyone was for it, everyone

I spoke to. A friend of ours in

Bassett St said he was happy to

put flyers around to the neighbours

asking if they were keen

to get a centre started.

“But I guess you’re dealing

with the Government and

things like that, so you don’t get

anywhere fast. You can only but

try,” she said.

The MoE’s head of education

infrastructure service Jerome

Sheppard said this year the site

has been used by Haeata Community

Campus staff while the

new super school is being built

at Aranui High School, but

after that there will be no use

for it, and the buildings will be

demolished.

“After a school closes, we often

keep the site and buildings to

be used for other educational

purposes. This year the site has

been used by Haeata . . . [after

that] there are no other schools

in the Christchurch Schools

Rebuild programme which are

expected to need the site,” he

said.

Mr Sheppard said usable land

is “relatively scarce” in the city

and the MoE have a responsibility

to make it available again if

the site is no longer needed for

education.

It will offer the property to

other government agencies,

previous owners or iwi before

the land can be sold on the open

market.

Council’s work

recognised

THE CITY council has been

recognised for its work on the

Aranui Community Centre.

The city council’s project

management was recognised at

the recent New Zealand Project

Management Awards for its work

on the centre.

It won three of the seven awards

on offer, including the public

sector of the year award for the

rebuilt Aranui Community Centre,

which was opened earlier this

year.

The centre was the end result of

work between the city council, the

Aranui Community Trust,

the Christchurch Earthquake

Appeals Trust and Lions International.

City council’s junior project

manager Selena Robertson won

an award for the emerging project

manager of the year for her work

on the rebuild of the Wharenui

Sports Centre.

City council’s manager of capital

delivery Darren Moses said the

awards were great recognition of

the work his team were doing to

deliver the city with new community

facilities in an efficient and

cost-effective way.

The city council team also won

the project management office of

the year award.

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Your Local Views

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We said:

A $9000 barbecue set

in a shipping container

and picnic tables have

been installed near New

Brighton’s whale paddling

pool. The barbecue is a

unique prototype design

by local architect Jason

Mill. The new tables and

barbecue can be found

north of the New Brighton

Library

You said:

Rachel Ferguson – Well

done Jason Mill and all the

other positive people out there

trying to make a difference

in the community. This looks

awesome! If all the negative

people commenting got off their

butts and tried to do something

positive, this world would be

amazing.

Linda E Reid – Another

brilliant idea – one of so many in

Chch.

John M Darling – Great for

the community.

Emma Derrick – This

is another great reason

to live in New Brighton!

#ilovenewbrighton.

Nikki Griffin – Well done to

the team that made it happen.

It is great to see positive people

making things happen for the

enjoyment of others.

Kelly Dugan – Don’t forget it

is wheelchair friendly as well.

Aimee Whalley – Cool idea.

I give it a week before it’s tagged.

Sarah Isme – It’s been

there for almost two weeks – no

tagging. Super easy to paint over

if it was.

Aimee Whalley – Well I’m

shocked then! Hopefully people

appreciate it and use it well. It’s a

great idea.

Lesley Te Kanawa – Sadly

yes, but it is a good idea.

Jason Mill – SURF also has

a container in the NB village for

free beach wheelchairs . . . been

there 12 mths and no tagging!

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Wild weather havoc

• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

JUST WHEN we were getting

used to warmer days and

shorter nights on Wednesday we

got reminded just how winter

could have been with a polar

blast sweeping through the city.

While there was a bit of hail,

a bit of wind and a lowering of

temperature before 2pm it was

from 4.35 pm on wards that

everything went off for our fire

crews.

Between then and 2am the

next morning we attended 37

incidents caused by the weather.

It wasn’t a great night to be

a tree with 18 of these being

uprooted right across the city,

interrupting power and blocking

roads.

There were also garden sheds,

trampolines, a car port, some

roofs and even a campervan

near Akaroa blown over or

away.

A wild night that included

some impressive rain coming in

sideways where I live.

Hopefully, now we’ll cruise

towards summer with no more

winter blasts.

In fact we’ll probably be

moaning about nor’westers

soon.

Which means we need to be

careful with anything, including

barbecues, that might start fire.

Friday a week ago saw fire

in Bottle Lake Forest which is

always a concern.

Normally, we go to deliberately-lit

fires started by idiots who

seem to think it a good idea.

However, this time a loader

working at the landfill had a fuel

hose burst and diesel poured

over its electrics when then

shorted out.

The resulting fire was probably

quite a shock to the driver.

It was going well when St

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday September 13 2016 5

News

Candidates don’t live in

wards they want

to represent

• By Bridget Rutherford

CITY COUNCIL hopefuls Jo

Kane and Dean Lester are two

of 14 across the city who do not

live in the ward they want to

represent.

About a third of candidates

standing for council seats do not

live in the area they would represent

if elected.

There are 40 candidates standing

for the city council across the

16 wards.

The Burwood, Cashmere,

Fendalton, Innes, Riccarton and

Linwood Wards are the only

ones that are guaranteed to have

a councillor representing them

who lives there.

There is no legal requirement

for councillors to live in the ward

they are representing, however

most choose to do so.

Both Ms Kane, who lives at

Waikuku Beach, and Mr Lester,

who lives just outside the boundary

of the Coastal Ward, said

there is a need for proper representation

in it.

In the 2013 elections, of the 54

candidates standing for council

seats, nine did not live in the

ward they were running in.

As part of the city council’s

representation review, the current

seven wards will increase

to 16 after October’s local body

elections. Each ward will have

one councillor represent it.

Elections 16

Jo Kane: Lives in

the Waimakariri

district, running

for Coastal

“I could live on the

moon and still see

the totally inadequate and woeful

basic level of rate-delivered

services to the whole coastal

area, including Parklands. I have

skills and experience that will

get this work done in an area

that I used to live in, and my

family live in. If elected, I will

open an office so that ratepayers

and residents can always come

directly to me and I will reside

in the area.”

Dean Lester:

Lives in Burwood,

running for

Coastal

“I do my living in

the Coastal Ward,

enjoying Bottle Lake Forest,

going to the beach and enjoying

and supporting places like

BearLion. I just happen to live

on the side of Travis Wetland.

The Coastal Ward needs to have

a good advocate that is passionate

about the key things that are

part of that ward.”

Stewart standing

in two elections

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

LONG-TIME eastern politician

Linda Stewart may have a foot

in three camps after the October

local body elections.

Ms Stewart is seeking a fourth

term on a community board.

She has had three terms on

Burwood-Pegasus. She is now

standing for the new Burwood-

Coastal Ward.

However, she is also

standing for the Waimakariri

District Council

in the new Rangiora-

Ashley Ward.

If successful in both

campaigns, she will need

to attend three lots of

meetings, and would receive an

annual salary of about $64,000.

Since the earthquakes, Ms

Stewart (right) has relocated from

her house in Parklands, and has

been living in a home in Rangiora

since the start of the year.

She said she put her name forward

for Rangiora-Ashley Ward

in a spur-of-the-moment action,

on the back of attending a local

community board meeting.

“After the meeting I got a ring

from one of the councillors who

said he’d really like me to stand.

I said I couldn’t even think

about it, but the next morning I

woke up, said ‘stuff it’ and then

went for it,” she said.

Ms Stewart said she can handle

the workload of both boards

if elected.

“I want to win both. Why

would I go into it not wanting to

win? I want to finish projects in

Burwood, and I want closure,”

she said.

But community board

chairwoman Andrea

Cummings said she was

disappointed the community

had not been told

she is running for two

boards.

“If she gets into Rangiora and

Burwood, she won’t be very

available for meetings down

here,” she said.

Wainoni Avonside Community

Services Trust co-ordinator

Betty Chapman said a lot of the

trust members respect what Ms

Stewart does for the community.

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• By Scott Bamford

ICELANDIC HORSES, said to

have been brought to Iceland by

the Vikings, are increasing in

number around Canterbury.

Inga Currey, owner and operator

of Christchurch Icelandic

Horse Treks, is using them in her

business. There are other owners,

and breeders, of icelandic horses

around Christchurch, Rangiora,

Oxford, Waikuku, Ashburton,

Oamaru and Twizel.

“The first sort of bigger breeder

was in Oamaru, the stud was

called Vindholar Southern Icelandics,

they were the pioneers

here. There is a breeder in Ashburton,”

she said.

She said three of her clients in

Christchurch had bought icelandic

horses, and two of them have

bred their first foal.

“For the last two years we have

TREKKING. A group rides on Spencer Park Beach with Christchurch Icelandic Horse Treks.

PHOTOS: CHRISTCHURCH ICELANDIC HORSE TREKS

even had some horses in the

Christchurch AMP show,” she

said.

Mrs Currey, originally from

just south of Frankfurt, Germany,

has lived in New Zealand

since moving here with her Kiwi

husband in 2000. She has ridden

icelandic horses since she was 18.

“They were brought into Iceland

by the Vikings, over 1000

years ago. They have been purebred

there since then. No icelandic

horse that leaves Iceland can

ever go back and no other horses

can be imported either,” she said.

Her trekking business stems

from her passion for the breed

and being conveniently located

near Spencer Park Beach.

“I collected horses for the family,

who then weren’t interested

… I had the horses and I had

the location. You couldn’t ride

icelandic horses anywhere here

yet, that’s why I had the idea.”

Mrs Currey said one of her favourite

traits of icelandic horses

was “definitely the tölt.”

“When people experience the

tölt for the first time, their expressions

and the things they say

are lovely to see,” she said.

The tölt is a unique gait allowing

the horse to move in a

similar fashion to walking, but at

a running speed. This makes for

a very smooth ride.

Jennie Boerema, president

of the Icelandic Horses New

Zealand association, explained

riding with a full glass of beer

has been used to demonstrate

how smooth the tölt can be.

“[During] the beer tölt, we

have a glass of beer in hand and

we use a wooden plank to ride

over so you can hear the hoof

beats. You can just sit still and

drink your beer while riding. We

thought that was very conveni-

FLUFFY: Skjoni, one of Inga

Currey’s trekking horses,

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ent, especially in New Zealand

where you love your beer,” she

said.

Mrs Boerema said icelandic

horses were well suited to the

terrain of the south.

“If you look at the terrain,

especially of the south, it is very

easy for the icelandic horse to fit

in. It’s similar to Iceland,” she

said.

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday September 13 2016 7

News

Disneyland

here I come

CELEBRATIONS: Eleven-year-old Jesse George thought he was

having a regular check-up when his care worker Paul Graham

came to his house on Wednesday afternoon. Mr Graham handed

the Chisnallwood Intermediate student a letter and smiled as he

said: “I’ve got some bad news for you.” Jesse looked confused,

but his face lit up when he read the letter – he’s going to

Disneyland. Jesse was born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy,

a disorder that affects about one in 3500 boys. It means it is hard

for him to carry out everyday activities as his muscles are slowly

breaking down. Next month, he will be taken on the adventure

of a lifetime for two weeks.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Contractor irks residents

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

A FIVE-YEAR land lease

extension for drainage and

civil company, Worthington

Contracting, has Richmond

residents up in arms.

The company was allowed to

operate centrally from Guild St,

Richmond, in the wake of the

February 22, 2011, earthquake,

through emergency legislation

passed by the Government.

The contractor moves soil

and gravel regularly and, if it

is not watered down properly,

creates plumes of dust that affects

neighbouring properties.

Now, five years on from their

move, residents

are ready to see

the back of them.

Nancy Higgins

(left) owns a

rental property

on Stapletons Rd

and has tried to

sell, but said one question keeps

popping up from potential

buyers.

“We moved out [to Rangiora]

after the earthquakes to get

away. We were trying to sell

[the Stapletons Rd house] but

couldn’t, so now we’re renting

it out. I don’t think it helped

being only four doors down

from Worthington’s. They

DUSTY: The entrance to Worthington Contracting’s yard on

Guild St.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

were always on the street, the

dust gathered on the cars. They

turned the road into a dusty old

quarry,” she said.

Worthington Contracting

founder Russell Worthington

said the company was not there

to annoy residents and was

looking forward to moving out

of the residential area.

“We mitigate the dust by watering

down with sprinklers. We

don’t actually want to be there

either. As soon as we can get out

of there, we will. We try really

hard to accommodate any of the

issues they have,” he said.

Stapletons Rd resident Pam

Skurr said there was no need

for the company to be in the

middle of a residential zone.

“They don’t need to be there.

That is an industrial commercial

company that has set

up down the road from lots of

houses . . . we didn’t have dust

problems before they were

here,” she said.

Environment Canterbury

said it had received four complaints

in the last 12 months.

“We have received one dust

complaint relating to Worthington

Contracting’s Guild

St site. The complaint was

received on November 24, 2015

. . . we have had no complaints

since,” ECan said.

The other three complaints

were for “minor discharges”

of sediment into water. Two

of those were attributed to the

Guild St site and were caused

by a blocked sump for a truck

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Tuesday September 13 2016

Our People

PEGASUS POST

Volunteer work at home and abroad

Chris Allan started the

Joshua Foundation 11

years ago, which helps

troubled youth in the

city. He spoke to Caitlin

Miles about how the army

saved him from a bad

path, serving in Sierra

Leone and throwing

people out of planes.

FOCUSED: Chris and Pamela Allan. Their children Joshua, Rachel and Becky all inherited his adrenalin gene, getting ready to

zipline while in Vanuatu, Chris is on the right.

Chris can you tell me a bit

about the Joshua Foundation?

Well, it started with the aim to

help troubled and at-risk youth.

Now it is about helping all young

people, getting them integrated

into and working with their local

community better. We do a lot

of work with youth in Linwood

and Aranui, but our work is

expanding. We want to create

projects that could be accessible

to everyone.

You said we, who does that

include?

My wife Pamela and I set it up.

Why did you decide to set up

the project?

We wanted to give kids a

chance, show them that they can

be heading down a bad track and

turn them around and get them

focused on making positive steps

in their own life and in their

communities so they can give

back to them. Once you change

one person in a family, that will

have a run-on effect when they

have a family and that will continue

down the line. That’s what

we want to do. Keep supporting

and pointing young people in a

positive direction for their lives.

Where did the name Joshua

come from?

We wanted to get a name sorted

very early on and my wife and

I were both trying to come up

with ideas. As a Christian-based

organisation we were thinking

of biblical names. We decided

to go into separate rooms and

not come out until we had it.

But then we both walked out

of the rooms at the same time

and thought of the same person.

Joshua. He was hard working

and had strong determination

and they are key values we want

to install in other young people.

Did your time in the army

contribute to your idea?

It’s fair to say I was one of those

kids that I now teach. I was not

in a good way, I had left school

at 15 and was starting to get into

some bad things. Then I joined

the army and those guys basically

became my second family. They

really helped to pull me out of

that place and gave me purpose

VOLUNTEERING:

Pamela and Chris

took their children

to volunteer to

work with villages

and children in

Mele-Mart Village,

Port Vila Efate, in

Vanuatu.

and that kind of thing. They have

definitely had an influence on me

and my life and that’s what I hope

to do for these other kids.

What was your time in the

army like?

Like I said they are like my

second family. I also became a

jump master in the army so it

was my job was to throw people

out of C130 planes. I skydived for

25 years and it was really great. I

was a bit of an adrenalin junkie.

You spent time working in

Sierra Leone with the army,

what was that like?

It was horrendous. It was just

after the Civil War in 1993 so it

was a really unstable time over

there. It encouraged me to do

more work in other areas.

You have also done volunteer

work in Vanuatu, can you tell

me about that?

We bought a property over

there when I was a training sergeant.

Just loved the people and

the place. We wanted to serve

the villages with the kids in it.

We wanted to take our kids there

and show them how other people

have to live and show that we can

help them, so we went to some

villages and volunteered with

the people, we took over clothes

and supplies and things they

need. I think it really changed

their perspective on things. Now

we might go shopping and my

kids will point out things that we

could send to Vanuatu. They say:

‘Dad how about we take that over

next time.’ It’s really great to see

them take notice. We just want

to install a passion in them to

help other people.

Is volunteering over there

something you hope to bring

to your programmes with the

Joshua Foundation?

It is, it’s something we are

currently working on actually.

We have partnered up with the

Student Volunteer Army to do

volunteer work in Vanuatu. Then

we plan to open that to kids

across Canterbury. They would

need to fund themselves, but the

plan is to go over for 14 days and

help and live in villages so they

can understand what life is like

and why it is important to help

out these people. They really appreciate

the work that people do

to help and that’s why we do it.

Talking about funding how

do you manage?

We are non-Government

funded and do it all ourselves.

We decided it was worth taking a

risk and setting it up because we

felt so strongly about it so we got

the money ourselves and started.

We’re the same now, we don’t

like to ask people for money. We

know that people make contributions

to other places and have a

lot on their plate already.

What have been some of the

stand out moments from the

organisation?

That’s a hard one to answer.

There have been so many over

the years to be honest it’s hard

to pull out a few. There were two

sisters though who we worked

with, they have actually just got

scholarships for university. One

of the girls has received a scholarship

for Canterbury University

and the other for Otago, so it’s

moments like that that have been

really cool. I don’t want this to

sound bad but I think after a

while you get desensitised to it.

So you still work as well?

Yes, I’m the Officer Commanding

Canterbury Company

for the 2/4 RNZIR (Royal New

Zealand Infantry Regiment).

Do you get any spare time?

Not really. But I don’t mind.

My version of downtime is getting

to sit with mates, couple of

beers and watch the rugby.

You’re a Canterbury supporter

right?

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Marshland School pupils took to the slopes last week during their annual Mt Hutt ski

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start. “For some, it was their first time up the mountain. The day went smoothly as the

organisation from Mt Hutt’s administration and ski instructors was outstanding . . . our

pupils did not stop smiling and have had, in their own words, the best day of the year,”

she said.

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GAMES: The Olympic torch burned bright at Bromley

School last week as they held their very own version

of the Olympics. Pupils got into the spirit of the games

with an opening ceremony, then competed in events

like long jump and made medals.

TRIPLE TROUBLE: (Above left)

Calyb Armitage, Joseph Collins

and Hiamoe Harris having

a break while learning the

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SMILES: Mollie Hedgman and

Lucy Hamilton on Highway 72

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OLYMPIC TORCH: Anarah Lafaele ran with the Olympic

torch in the opening ceremony.

GEARED UP: Snowboarder

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School’s rock band,

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The band took their

performance to the

next level at the

recent Bandquest

competition. Their

drummer Jordan

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while Rebekah won

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keyboardist.

CHAMPIONS: The medal ceremony for the year 4 boys’

high jump. Daniel Moore won gold, Lucas Ruka-Wilson

took silver and Brooklyn Wilson scored bronze.

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Coastal Spirit defender

World Cup bound

Two new courts

for tennis club

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SHIRLEY TENNIS Club is

well on its way to completely

recovering from the earthquakes.

Last week, the club asked to

lease an extra 1296 sq m from the

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board, so they could build two

new tennis courts.

The club lost all nine of its

courts in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, but has since rebuilt

seven. Now they are looking forward

to having the full number

of courts restored.

Board chairwoman Andrea

Cummings said it was pleasing

to see the club in a position of

strength after being on the back

foot for so long.

The two courts will be built

on the former Shirley Bowling

Club’s bowling green.

• By Gordon Findlater

REBECCA LAKE will be the

pride of the south at the under-17

World Cup in Jordan.

The Coastal Spirit defender is

the only South Islander named

in coach Gareth Turnbull’s

21-strong New Zealand team.

She received a phone call from

Turnbull last week to deliver the

news.

Lake was part of the team’s

recent warm-up tournament in

China, which proved a learning

curve for New Zealand after

they suffered defeats in all three

games against Canada, Japan

and China.

“It was a really good experience.

We had no idea what

international football was like

and have learnt so much from it,”

said Lake.

The 17-year-old has a busy

schedule ahead of the World

Cup. She has exams at Marian

College this week and then heads

to Auckland for a team camp

on Friday before returning to

Christchurch late Sunday for

more exams. It’s then back into

camp on Wednesday after she

has finished her final exam.

Her results in mid-year exams

could be meaningful if all goes

to plan.

Lake is also pushing her case

for selection in the under-20

squad for their World Cup later

this year in Papua New Guinea.

“The team gets named in

October. If I do make the team,

then I won’t be here for the end

of year exams which means they

will use my mid-year results.”

Playing against the boys is

something Lake grew up with

coming through the grades. Her

New Zealand squad has also

been taking on some of Auckland’s

top youth teams during

World Cup build-up.

“When I’ve been in Auckland

we’ve focused on preparing for

WORLD CUP

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Spirit defender

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this month to

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Zealand at

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Cup. ​

Mexico. Gareth (Turnbull) has

chosen a couple of boys teams

that play like Mexico. We played

an under-15 metro team recently,

they we’re pretty good.”

Lake is also preparing to represent

Canterbury.

Her Mainland Pride team

has already begun pre-season

training ahead of the national

women’s league which begins in

October.

The under-17 World Cup begins

on September 30 and runs

until October 21. New Zealand

will face Mexico, Spain and

Jordan in their group.

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SeniorNet

Tuesday, Wednesday and

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SeniorNet New Brighton meet

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New Brighton Club, 202

Marine Parade. Free entry

The Gypsy Extravaganza

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Families travelling throughout

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Richmond Playground,

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September Exhibit

September 1-30, 9am-6pm daily

Artists from Brighton Art

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Linwood Library for the month

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Blossom Painting

Monday, September 26,

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In celebration of Chinese

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cherry blossom painting to take

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Chinese culture? The event is free

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Suitable for school children. A

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Shirley Public Library, 36

Marshland Rd. Free entry

Skate Me To The Moon

September 15, 5-9pm

It is time to don your skates

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Strategic Urban Rejuvenation

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New Brighton Pier

Mums, Dads and Bubs Group

Every Wednesday, 10.30am-

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Every Wednesday, make

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Linwood Playcentre, 628a

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Travis Wetland Nature

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entertainment from members of

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Mairehau Primary School, 43

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

The team at Physical sense in sydenham sees clients with a range

of symptoms but many of their middle-aged and senior clients

visit complaining of pain in one of their joints.

PhysiotheraPist ietje van

stolk suggests that a major part of the

pain could be due to muscle pain rather

than simply arthritis. “even if an x-ray

shows arthritis, the reason for the pain

may be the muscles around the joint,”

she explains. The images show how

a muscle knot (the crosses) in a back

muscle can give hip pain (aches and pain

are the red areas in the drawings), a knot

in a muscle on the back of the shoulder

blade can give a deep pain in the front

of the shoulder and a muscle knot all the

way near the groin can give an ache in

the knee (especially at night in bed).

ietje recalls one case where an 89

year old client with severe arthritis who

walked with a stick, told her, “i will

end up in a wheelchair, i cannot put

any weight through my right leg due to

pain in my hip and buttock”. “Within

4 treatments, she was walking with

her stick but without the severe pain,”

says ietje. “The arthritis was one of the

factors that made her muscles spasm but

the other was that older people move

less and the flexed position the hip is

in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could

have been “given up on” or told to live

with the pain, she made a difference to

her health and wellbeing.

The same lack of movement can

be the reason for your knee pain or

your shoulder pain and the same few

treatments could make a huge difference

for you.

at Physical sense, hands-on

techniques (massage and triggerpoint

deactivation techniques) are used

to release the muscles. The client

also gets a home exercise program

designed to mobilize and stretch the

joint, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength

and balance. They teach a movement

sequence that stretches the joint in all

directions whilst the client is able to lie

safely on their bed, perfect for older or

SHOULDER

PAIN

KNEE PAIN

HIP PAIN

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

less mobile clients.

in many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to

maintain it, is enough to stay on top of

the problem. if severe arthritis is the

underlying cause, some maintenance

therapy may be necessary, but that is

often more affordable and, for older

patients, better tolerated than surgery. in

very few treatments the client will know

if it is going to work for them or not,

without financial commitment.

Physical sense Gym & Physio

is located at 300 Colombo street,

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Auction Date: Thursday 29 Sep from 10am - will not be sold prior

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

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Combine an insurance settlement, a

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This classic executive style townhouse

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Ample in its proportions (248sqm),

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the home offers versatile options;

bedrooms and bathrooms on both levels

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While possession date has been set

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

The BMW experts

BMWs and BMW minis are some of the most recognisable and

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as well as their stylish appearance, it’s important to go to the

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379 1400

Window repairs, pet

doors, new glazing, double

glazing, conservatory

roofs. Experienced

tradesman. Call Bill on

981-1903 or 022 413-3504

LAnDSCAPE

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Lawns, paving, water

features, irrigation,

planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

Free quotes, Phone Tony

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PAInTER

Top quality work, interior/

pensioners

discount, free quotes, 30

years experience, I stand

by Canterbury, ph Wayne

your friendly painter

03 385-4348 or 027 274-

3541

PAInTER

Available, All aspects in

painting. Very competitive

in roofs and fences. Please

call 027 241-7471 or 335-

&

DECORATIng

interior & exterior,

gib fixing, plastering,

paperhanging, Est 50 yrs

in ChCh, ph Wingfields

Ltd, ph Mark 021 171-

1586 or 355-5994

PLUMBER

For prompt service for all

plumbing maintenance,

repairs and alterations.

Phone Michael 364 7080

or 027 438 3943

advertising rates

Star Media take great pride in producing

quality and innovative publications for

our readers and advertisers. We deliver

clients fantastic value and results from

their advertising investment with us. We

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As we continue to invest in our

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a must-read for the people they serve.

We are proud of the fact that our

business is locally owned and operated

right here in Christchurch by local

people.

With our substantial investments

made & the huge extra value we now

offer combined with cost increases it

is necessary from 1st October 2016 to

increase advertising rates by 3%.

* Note: will not apply to contract

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VHS VIDEO TAPES

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ph 03 338-1655

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Average 3 bdrm house

inside or out $40. Both

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Public Notices

Weka Pass Railway

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We Are Running

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Running 1st & 3rd

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Phone 0800WEKAPASS

Depart Glenmark Station

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your individual needs.

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co.nz

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Please call

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Open FRIDAY,

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phone 03 349 9026

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