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Petition calls for urgent<br />

action to repair Pages Rd<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

NEW BRIGHTON residents will have<br />

to put up with a potholed and cracked<br />

Pages Rd until at least the end of the<br />

year.<br />

Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure<br />

Rebuild Team removed planned<br />

repairs to the road, between Anzac Dr<br />

and the Pages Rd bridge, after it was<br />

decided last year the bridge would be<br />

repaired rather than rebuilt.<br />

A SCIRT spokeswoman said originally<br />

it was planned that the Pages Rd<br />

bridge would be rebuilt and that work<br />

included repairing the section of Pages<br />

Rd.<br />

“The later decision to repair the<br />

bridge instead did not include repair<br />

of that section of Pages Rd,” she said.<br />

New Brighton resident and Keep<br />

QE II in the East group chairwoman<br />

Jo Zervos has created an online petition<br />

to see urgent action taken on the<br />

state of the road.<br />

She created the petition on<br />

change.org which has already received<br />

more than 150 signatures.<br />

SCIRT’s programmes will finish at<br />

the end of the year. The city council<br />

will undertake repair work not included<br />

in the programme from then on.<br />

Ms Zervos said she intends to<br />

take the petition to the new Coastal-<br />

Burwood Community Board when it<br />

reaches 200 signatures to get it “right<br />

under the nose of [city] council.”<br />

“It’s an emergency route in and out<br />

of Brighton,” she said.<br />

Strategic Urban Rejuvenation Force<br />

co-ordinator Lesley Fulton said she<br />

“definitely” supports Ms Zervos’ petition,<br />

and wants to see the footpath<br />

fixed as well.<br />

“It’s a mess. That whole entrance<br />

from Anzac Dr is shocking. It’s not<br />

safe for people to walk on. For anyone<br />

who is not sure-footed, it’s terrible.<br />

“It gives people the impression that<br />

they’re driving into a dump. Like it’s<br />

not loved and cared for,” she said.<br />

City councillor Glenn Livingstone<br />

said when it was decided the bridge<br />

would be repaired, the road renewal<br />

was compromised.<br />

“What SCIRT is saying is that<br />

the reason the road isn’t going to be<br />

renewed is because when the rebuild<br />

of the bridge was pulled, so was the<br />

road’s budget . . . it was truck and<br />

trailer with the road,” he said.<br />

After the decision was made to repair<br />

the bridge, SCIRT was instructed<br />

to undertake basic repairs to ensure<br />

the bridge can stay open for the next<br />

six to eight years. The city council<br />

expects to build a new bridge between<br />

2021 and 2023.<br />

But Ms Zervos said potentially having<br />

to wait that long for road repairs is<br />

not good enough.<br />

“What’s happening around the area<br />

is appalling. [City council] won’t do<br />

anything until you bring it up. It’s up<br />

to the community to push these things<br />

sadly,” she said.<br />

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New Brighton resident<br />

Jo Zervos started an<br />

online petition in the<br />

hope of seeing repairs<br />

made to Pages Rd and<br />

the Pages Rd bridge.<br />

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Trying to ensure that the New<br />

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BREAKTHROUGH BAND<br />

Shirley Boys’ High School band<br />

Nomad has been named as a<br />

finalist in a category in this year’s<br />

Vodafone New Zealand Music<br />

Awards. They are one of four<br />

bands up for breakthrough artist<br />

of the year. Nomad is the only<br />

band outside of Auckland to be<br />

nominated for the award.<br />

NOW AND THEN: North Beach Surf Life Saving Club’s surf boat crew from 1981 (right) have got back together to compete in<br />

two big events next year.<br />

Former champs back in training<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

IT ONLY took a few beers at<br />

a 60th birthday for a former<br />

North Beach surf boat crew to<br />

decide they wanted to repeat<br />

their 1981 national title glory.<br />

And the very next morning<br />

North Beach Surf Life Saving<br />

Club member Dave Pipe and<br />

his former crew members,<br />

brother Steve Pipe, Terry Kreft,<br />

Rob Lindsay and Ron Vette,<br />

were out training.<br />

At Dave Pipe’s 60th birthday<br />

celebrations recently, the team<br />

decided they will continue<br />

training “every now and then”<br />

to get back to form in time for<br />

the Surf Lifesaving Nationals to<br />

be held on New Brighton Beach<br />

in March. They are also racing<br />

for glory in the World Master<br />

Games held in Auckland the<br />

following month.<br />

Mr Pipe said the skills of surf<br />

boating never really left them<br />

though.<br />

“You don’t lose that drive, it<br />

was just natural. The only thing<br />

they lacked was they didn’t<br />

have the puff, the cardio, that<br />

they used to have,” he said.<br />

Ron Vette lives in Woodend,<br />

while the others will have<br />

to travel from Nelson and<br />

Waikato for the odd training<br />

session.<br />

Surf boating is a surf<br />

lifesaving sport where a team<br />

of four rowers, plus a sweep<br />

who steers the boat, start on the<br />

beach and race other teams and<br />

clubs to the finish line. There<br />

are long-course and shortcourse<br />

races.<br />

Pipe still remembers the<br />

team’s gold medal-winning race<br />

at the 1981 national champs<br />

and the hint of luck that got<br />

them across the line.<br />

“The wave we caught into<br />

the beach in that 1981 final<br />

was tiny, but as we approached<br />

the line, it rose up and we got<br />

dumped across the line – it was<br />

extremely close but we pipped<br />

Whangamata at the post,” he<br />

said.<br />

Pipe remembers the 1981<br />

team as unbeatable in their day.<br />

“I still remember we had 51<br />

races that year and we won 49<br />

of them,” he said.<br />

SENSORY GARDEN<br />

Work has begun on New Brighton’s<br />

sensory garden. A digger was on<br />

the site last Wednesday and the<br />

garden is expected to open at<br />

Rawhiti Domain on November 6.<br />

It will be wheelchair accessible so<br />

that anyone can take full advantage<br />

of the edible plants with differing<br />

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Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Your Local Views<br />

Focused on goals<br />

Coastal<br />

ward city<br />

councillor<br />

David East<br />

talks about<br />

his short and<br />

long-term<br />

goals for<br />

the eastern<br />

suburbs<br />

The elections have now<br />

finished and have produced a<br />

new look community board,<br />

electing members that have a<br />

strong local connection and<br />

have a commitment to get<br />

projects under way that reflect<br />

community desires.<br />

I look forward to working<br />

with Kim Money and Tim<br />

Sintes in the Coastal Ward to<br />

advance local projects and to<br />

work collaboratively with our<br />

colleagues in the Burwood Ward<br />

for projects that encompass the<br />

community board area.<br />

Short-term goals: It has been<br />

disappointing to see the poor<br />

visual impression that visitors<br />

(and locals) get when they arrive<br />

into the ward.<br />

Pages Rd, New Brighton<br />

Rd, Bridge St, are abysmal in<br />

their appearance and I will be<br />

advocating for a huge clean up<br />

of weeds, and other unsavoury<br />

vegetation.<br />

Replace the roundabout at<br />

Pages Rd/New Brighton Rd<br />

and plant it out in attractive<br />

plantings. Plant colourful plants<br />

in the mall, improve the level of<br />

service for coastal gardens.<br />

Mow the stopbanks along<br />

New Brighton Rd, repair rough<br />

pathways and improve the<br />

general appearance. Bridge St<br />

either side of the bridge needs a<br />

clean-up and new plantings.<br />

The design of our rubbish bins<br />

is not appropriate and the level of<br />

service for collection of rubbish<br />

is in need of urgent review. These<br />

are all maintenance matters that<br />

can be addressed quickly.<br />

Long-term goals: I am<br />

committed to ensuring the hot<br />

salt water pools get under way<br />

and I am confident of an early<br />

commitment to this project.<br />

Coastal hazards – the<br />

upcoming review of the natural<br />

hazards chapter of the district<br />

plan needs to be undertaken<br />

using an adaptive management<br />

approach to sea level rise. We<br />

have plenty of time to plan<br />

appropriately and adapt as<br />

required.<br />

Roading programmes need<br />

continual monitoring to ensure<br />

we are receiving the best possible<br />

outcomes.<br />

I am continually amazed at<br />

the talent and level of expertise<br />

that our young leaders in the<br />

community are exhibiting. It is<br />

imperative that we engage with<br />

our youth. They are the new<br />

leaders and will inherit the city.<br />

We need to be ensuring that as<br />

the current elected members,<br />

that we are taking them with<br />

us in our decision making<br />

processes.<br />

I look forward to what I see<br />

as an exciting period for the<br />

Coastal ward. The QE II pool<br />

complex is about to start, new<br />

high schools are relocating to<br />

our ward and there are a number<br />

of projects that are gaining<br />

momentum.<br />

It is a privilege to represent the<br />

ward and I am determined to see<br />

the area reach its full potential.<br />

FLAME FILES<br />

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire<br />

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A COUPLE of kitchen fires<br />

this week including another<br />

instance of people getting<br />

hurt, burnt in this case, at<br />

a Dallington address last<br />

Thursday.<br />

One out of every three house<br />

fires starts because of cooking.<br />

And about one in three of these<br />

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Very occasionally someone<br />

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So easy to stop, just by ‘looking<br />

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connector.<br />

Spiders, bugs and old fashioned<br />

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the threads. Unburnt gas is<br />

not a great mix with a flaming<br />

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Three duckling rescues this<br />

week.<br />

I’m sure we only get the<br />

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News<br />

Rubbish pick-ups ‘pointless’<br />

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce<br />

THE CITY council has<br />

three different contractors<br />

emptying rubbish bins in New<br />

Brighton, but community<br />

leaders say they are still<br />

overflowing.<br />

City councillor<br />

David<br />

East (left) said<br />

contractors<br />

charged with<br />

removing<br />

rubbish from<br />

the area would<br />

sometimes<br />

have to clear bins on one side<br />

of Brighton Mall, but not the<br />

other.<br />

He said waste management<br />

contracts needed to be revisited.<br />

“In Brighton Mall you have<br />

the [city council] parks team<br />

doing one side of the road<br />

and on the other you have the<br />

roading team doing those.<br />

They’ll drive past the other<br />

ones that are full and won’t<br />

empty them,” he said.<br />

For years, New Brighton<br />

residents and businesses have<br />

struggled to see action from<br />

the city council on street<br />

cleaning.<br />

New Brighton Bin Inn<br />

owner Nikki Griffin said to<br />

have different contractors<br />

working on the same road is<br />

pointless.<br />

​“They need to be emptied<br />

every day, and over summer<br />

it needs to be more than once<br />

a day. Fish and chip wrapping<br />

fills them up quickly,” she<br />

said.<br />

Meanwhile, Cr East says<br />

seagull proof bins are not<br />

working, with the birds still<br />

ripping fish and chip wrappers<br />

out of overflowing bins.<br />

The bins, on the foreshore<br />

and mall cost $2000 and were<br />

installed in June to thwart<br />

MESSY: Seagullproof<br />

bins in New<br />

Brighton aren’t<br />

working.<br />

seagulls.<br />

They are fully covered except<br />

for a small hole at the top.<br />

Cr East said for seagullproof<br />

rubbish bins to be more<br />

effective, they should be designed<br />

like post boxes, so that<br />

overfilling cannot occur.<br />

“It only takes a good weekend<br />

of weather, and people<br />

come to New Brighton and<br />

they sit in the car or the beach<br />

with some fish and chips,<br />

and when the bins are full,<br />

the gulls are in there and the<br />

rubbish is ending up on the<br />

roads,” he said.<br />

City council’s head of parks<br />

Andrew Rutledge said the<br />

bins on the beach are emptied<br />

every day during the summer<br />

months, and the city council<br />

is looking at ways to stop issues<br />

with the bins.<br />

Brighton huts<br />

open to public<br />

FOUR NEW tiny huts have been<br />

installed in New Brighton.<br />

The huts were put in last Wednesday,<br />

with a fifth, the Shell Chapel, to be installed<br />

next month.<br />

There is a Maori-inspired hut called<br />

Wharau; the Art-o-mat, which is a<br />

showroom for local art; #MyBrighton-<br />

Hut, which is made of wooden blocks<br />

that can be moved and spun; and the<br />

Turret, a two-storey black hut that can<br />

be climbed to get a better view of the<br />

suburb.<br />

The idea for the huts came from local<br />

residents after the Burwood-<strong>Pegasus</strong><br />

Community Board held public drop-in<br />

sessions to hear what the public wanted<br />

to see happen in the area.<br />

Strategic Urban Rejuvenation Force<br />

co-ordinator Lesley Fulton had her<br />

favourite hut designs.<br />

“Probably the wedding chapel and the<br />

Art-o-mat are my favourites,” she said.<br />

All five huts will be located either<br />

within the New Brighton mall or in the<br />

public open spaces near the library and<br />

whale pool.<br />

Community Clinics<br />

I will be coming to your neighbourhood every month<br />

to hear your concerns.<br />

First Monday of every month<br />

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Linwood Avenue – outside the Salvation Army<br />

9:50am – 10:30am Dallington<br />

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11:30am – 12:10am Shirley<br />

Cnr of Marshlands Road and Hammersley Avenue<br />

First Friday of every month<br />

9:00am – 9:40am Bromley, Bromley Road, outside<br />

the Community Centre<br />

9:50am – 10:30am Wainoni/Aranui<br />

Wainoni Road (near Shortland Street West)<br />

10:40am – 11:20am Burwood<br />

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong> 7<br />

News<br />

ACHIEVERS<br />

COMMEMORATION: Shirley Boys’ High School associate<br />

prefect Sean Takai (middle) travelled to France recently<br />

to commemorate fallen Kiwi soldiers in the Battle of<br />

the Somme. Sean was one of 10 students to travel<br />

to Northern France and Belgium to mark the 100th<br />

anniversary of the battle. After visiting major World<br />

War I battlefields, they attended a ceremony to mark<br />

New Zealand’s involvement. “Le Quesnoy was a small,<br />

peaceful town liberated by the New Zealand division.<br />

It was humbling to know that the townspeople still<br />

appreciate the role that New Zealanders played, with<br />

some locations named Place des All Blacks and Avenue<br />

des Neo-Zelandais,” Sean said.<br />

SUPER SNARLERS: (From left) – New World Stanmore Rd’s<br />

Shaun Marra, butchery manager Ryan Harrington and Pete<br />

Owen with their silver medal-winning sausages. The lamb,<br />

pumpkin, feta and chives sausages were second best in<br />

the gourmet varietal section of the annual Devro Great New<br />

Zealand Sausage awards. The sausages were judged to<br />

have been beaten by Peter Timbs Meats’ wild venison and<br />

black plum sausages. Mr Harrington said the butchers had<br />

been “fluffing around” with the recipe for a while, and on<br />

their second time entering, had taken the silver. “We kind<br />

of knew it was a good one because we’ve been having<br />

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Tuesday [Edition <strong>October</strong> datE] <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Shop Local, Shop PARKLANDS<br />

All About Hair & Beauty Celebrates Haircuts<br />

“I love being a hairdresser, which is still my passion after 40 years as a stylist,” All About<br />

Hair & Beauty salon owner Carla Williamson smiles as she’s cutting a client’s hair.<br />

“Every client experiences our high quality and<br />

standard of cutting and styling, because it is<br />

important to us and we make sure every person<br />

leaves feeling 110 % happy with their time with us.”<br />

Carla adds.<br />

Like so many businesses affected by the 2011<br />

February earthquake, All about Hair & Beauty have<br />

moved twice before settling in their new home.<br />

They first moved from Ferrymead after the quake.<br />

In November of 2015 they moved from Stanmore<br />

Road, to where they are located today at 169 Bowhill<br />

Road. All about Hair & Beauty is excited to be<br />

servicing the east side of the city, where they have<br />

felt a warm reception and immediately part of the<br />

neighbourhood.<br />

The creative stylists at All about Hair & Beauty<br />

include; Emily, Linda and Carla, who are all<br />

qualified and registered hairdressers. They pride<br />

themselves in providing one on one, individualized<br />

attention, as they get to know you and your hair<br />

style goals.<br />

This hair styling team thrive to make your<br />

experience at All about Hair & Beauty as simple and<br />

enjoyable as possible. From the moment someone<br />

walks through the door and has a consultation<br />

until the final finish and shine radiate from the new<br />

haircut.<br />

The stylists enjoy doing their own colour work and<br />

mix it up a bit with funky colours such as Ombre,<br />

Layarge, and others.<br />

They use Keune professional products in the salon<br />

and offer the retail line to take home to keep the<br />

hair looking and feeling beautiful in between visits.<br />

Keune Keratin Smoothing is their most popular<br />

chemical straighten which offers permanently<br />

straight hair with perfect results.<br />

For their sensitive clients they offer the So Pure<br />

salon range. Those products are ammonia free,<br />

paraben free and sulphate free for any of those hair<br />

colour choices.<br />

A seasoned specialist makes all the difference with<br />

some hair styles. All about Hair & Beauty specialise<br />

in corn braiding, dreadlocks, braiding and creative<br />

hair ups for that special event such as a formal or<br />

wedding.<br />

For the boys and men, choose that professional<br />

look only a stylist can achieve for about the same<br />

costs.<br />

Senior discount days are Tuesday and Wednesday,<br />

so don’t wait to book your perm.<br />

Beauty Services at the salon are offered by Tayla.<br />

She provides spray tans, manicures, pedicures<br />

and facials, so you can have your hair done and<br />

your beauty treatments all at the same convenient<br />

location.<br />

Stop by All about Hair & Beauty today at 169<br />

Bowhill Road or call 388 8009 to make your<br />

booking. Join their hair styling family, like some of<br />

their loyal customers who have followed Carla for<br />

30 years. Call today and book time for your FREE<br />

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Buy a main meal &<br />

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We pride ourselves in listening to our clients<br />

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home care products for hair & scalp.<br />

We are trained in all aspects of<br />

hairdressing & beauty & always up for a challenge.<br />

The team at All About Hair & Beauty,<br />

(from left) Tayla, Linda, Carla and Emily<br />

Tues Quiz Night<br />

Wed Karaoke Thurs Live music<br />

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12<br />

Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Mairehau<br />

high School<br />

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community<br />

From the Principal’s Desk<br />

Towards the future- Planning for<br />

Roll growth<br />

Mairehau high School is transforming and rebuilding<br />

to accommodate roll growth. We are currently working<br />

with architects to design and plan a school to meet<br />

the educational aspirations and vision of our school<br />

community. a multimillion dollar building project is in<br />

the planning stage to transform Mairehau high School and ensure secondary<br />

school co-educational provision in east christchurch.<br />

We are in a strong position to offer students opportunities which will enable<br />

them to become decent, worthwhile citizens of the world, people who will<br />

contribute to their communities. Students who pass through our school gates,<br />

learn in our classrooms, and access technology through our wireless internet<br />

provision will be well set in the future to enter tertiary courses or employment<br />

opportunities.<br />

Christchurch East Secondary Schools<br />

There are seven secondary schools located in east christchurch: aranui hS,<br />

avonside girls’ high School, Shirley Boys’ high School, linwood college, Marian<br />

college, catholic cathedral, and Mairehau high School. We are all excellent<br />

schools and provide quality education for students in our community. each<br />

school is passionate about improving achievement and learning outcomes for<br />

all. This cluster of schools in recent years proposed to the Minister a secondary<br />

vision for the east side of christchurch. This vision is based on the premise of<br />

sharing, collaboration and working together to enable every student in the east<br />

with opportunities to access the curriculum.<br />

There is a lot of work to be done and many decisions to be made about the<br />

future of Secondary School education in east christchurch. i am confident<br />

in ensuring a quality education system for all students who live in the east.<br />

Students will have a choice, opportunity and access in our communities. i am<br />

confident in working with other east christchurch Secondary schools on the<br />

future and quality of Teaching and learning for our communities.<br />

Mairehau high School has implemented ‘Modern learning Practices” through<br />

the schools’ Year 9 flexible learning environment initiative this year. The school is<br />

implementing innovative and creative strategies to support and enhance school<br />

improvement and student achievement in our school.<br />

Our Crest<br />

Harry romana, Principal<br />

our school has a very proud history and is a school with a focus on achievement,<br />

success, excellence and quality. We would like to share with you how our crest and<br />

motto tie in to who we are today.<br />

A visit from Sophie Pascoe<br />

on Wednesday 12 october,<br />

our school hosted an event<br />

featuring New Zealand’s most<br />

successful Para-olympian,<br />

canterbury swimmer Sophie<br />

Pascoe.<br />

Ms. Swanson, assistant<br />

Principal, organized the<br />

event in conjunction with<br />

Westpac New Zealand, for<br />

whom Sophie is a sporting<br />

ambassador. Six other<br />

local secondary schools<br />

were also invited to send a<br />

contingent of students to the<br />

presentation.<br />

local print media and cTV<br />

were also in attendance, to<br />

capture this significant event.<br />

Sophie was introduced to<br />

the mainly senior female<br />

student audience by Westpac<br />

staff member and Mairehau high BoT chairperson, Mr. roger Welsh and she spoke<br />

eloquently for 30 minutes about her personal story, her swimming successes, and her<br />

olympic experiences at Beijing, london and rio de Janeiro. She brought her ‘clutch’<br />

of gold and silver medals from the recent rio games with her, and students mingled<br />

at the end of the event, speaking to Sophie and taking photographs with the medals<br />

around their necks.<br />

Sophie also spoke about the importance of goal setting, disciplined training regimes,<br />

good nutrition, saving money for things like a house, and having strong family and<br />

friendship networks. These things resonated with her young audience, who asked<br />

many interesting questions at the end of her speech.<br />

Mairehau high senior student leader, emma cormack, thanked Sophie at the end, on<br />

behalf of all of the schools present, and presented her with a beautiful bouquet of fresh<br />

flowers.<br />

Mairehau high School wishes to acknowledge Westpac for their role in making<br />

an event such as this possible for our young people. Sophie is certainly a fabulous<br />

ambassador for Westpac, and an inspirational figure for all New Zealanders.<br />

Kavita Pillay, Chris Nicholson, Sophie Pascoe, Emma Cormack, Jordan McGrath-Osborne<br />

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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Mairehau<br />

high School<br />

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community<br />

Teens learn leadership<br />

skills under Willie Apiata<br />

<strong>25</strong> secondary<br />

students from<br />

christchurch have<br />

been put through<br />

their paces during<br />

the Willie apiata<br />

Youth Programme,<br />

presented by<br />

Westpac recently.<br />

Mairehau high<br />

School was thrilled<br />

to be able to place<br />

4 Year 11 students<br />

on this event<br />

- alexzis Kameta-<br />

Tapara, cassidy<br />

Kerr, Jade Komene,<br />

and hamish Wolfrey. our students were chosen by the staff because they have shown great<br />

leadership skills here at school.<br />

The students were put through a variety of physical and mental challenges by the New<br />

Zealand Defence Force and their Youth Development unit.<br />

Mud runs, team problem-solving exercises and a fitness trail were all part of the day’s<br />

activities which aimed to build strength, endurance, and teamwork skills.<br />

our students had a fantastic day – one of the highlights mentioned by all 4 students was<br />

being with Willie and meeting him. alexzis said “meeting Willie apiata was the best – he’s so<br />

cool and hasn’t let being famous get to him. he’s just a really chilled guy”.<br />

Willie helped cassidy work through her fear of heights and Jade enjoyed learning new skills<br />

such as working in a team environment. hamish enjoyed the physical<br />

side of the day, getting outside and learning what the army does in training.<br />

our 4 young students were great ambassadors for our school.<br />

Willie apiata is a former corporal in the New Zealand Special air Service, who became the<br />

first recipient of the Victoria cross for New Zealand. he received the award on 2 July 2007<br />

for bravery under fire during the War in afghanistan in 2004, in which he carried a gravely<br />

wounded comrade across a battlefield, under fire, to safety.<br />

Music at Dianna Isaac<br />

our music department was invited to entertain the residents of the Dianna isaac<br />

retirement Village serviced apartments. our choir performed, along with soloists,<br />

duos and instrumentalists.<br />

everyone enjoyed themselves so much, we have been invited back again in the<br />

coming week to perform to the residents of the villas.<br />

Excellence Awards<br />

We are thrilled to acknowledge our<br />

Excellence Awards from our latest colours<br />

assembly.<br />

Braydon Lennon – Speedway Racing: Mini Stock and<br />

Saloon cars<br />

<strong>2016</strong> 7th in the National Stock open championships<br />

<strong>2016</strong> 1st in the canterbury open hobby Saloon<br />

championships, the c-grade open Saloon championship,<br />

and the c-grade open Queen’s Birthday championship<br />

Braydon Lennon<br />

Cassidy Kerr<br />

Scholarships<br />

Jade Komene<br />

Hamish Wolfe (centre, front)<br />

We are thrilled to announce the following scholarships have been<br />

awarded to our Year 13 students.<br />

Rebekah Williams<br />

uc emerging leaders Scholarship (based on all round excellence and head girl status)<br />

Kavita Pillay<br />

university of otago leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship (based on academic achievement and<br />

leadership)<br />

Megan Wilson<br />

university of otago alumni appeal Scholarship - (based on students who have<br />

demonstrated academic ability)<br />

Eliza Thompson<br />

university of otago Performance Scholarship (based on students who have demonstrated<br />

academic ability and who are at an elite level for their chosen sport of cultural discipline)<br />

Mitchell Huisman<br />

university of Wellington Victoria achievers Scholarship<br />

Eliza Thompson – Ice Hockey<br />

<strong>2016</strong> canterbury Women’s ice hockey (gold medalists in<br />

the NZWihl)<br />

<strong>2016</strong> New Zealand Women’s hockey rep (division 2B<br />

Women’s ice hockey Work championships, Sweden) – 5th<br />

place<br />

<strong>2016</strong> New Zealand under 18 Women’s ice hockey rep<br />

Georgia List – Swimming<br />

<strong>2016</strong> canterbury Swimming rep, National Special olympics<br />

Jeffrey Taylor – Football<br />

<strong>2016</strong> New Zealand Sunshine Football rep (australian<br />

Tournament, Sydney; South island Tournaments, oamaru<br />

and Nelson)<br />

Emma Cormack – Squash<br />

canterbury women’s under 19 champion<br />

canterbury women’s under 23 champion<br />

canterbury women’s open runner up<br />

Part of the canterbury women’s under 19 team National<br />

competition (placed 5th)<br />

10th in under 19 women’s at nationals<br />

Eliza Thompson<br />

Georgia List<br />

Jeffrey Taylor<br />

Emma Cormack<br />

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


14<br />

Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Jo Hayes National List MP based in Christchurch East<br />

Treaty Claims Settlement Bills<br />

Two of the best things about being a Member of<br />

Parliament are the privilege of meeting a broad spectrum<br />

of everyday kiwis and seeing history made through new<br />

law.<br />

I’ve been lucky enough to experience some great<br />

examples of both over the past month.<br />

September ended with an extended sitting of the house<br />

as the Government pushed forward five Treaty Claims<br />

Settlement Bills. Four of the bills are now waiting for their<br />

third (and final) reading and one received its first reading.<br />

Check out the process on how a bill becomes law below.<br />

This is a significant step to enable the Government to reach<br />

its goal of settling all treaty claims with Iwi who wish to<br />

settle by the end of 2017.<br />

“I serve on the Maori Affairs Select Committee, and it’s a<br />

wonderful privilege to be a part ot the process to reach<br />

these historic settlements.”<br />

New Governor General<br />

It was an<br />

honour to be<br />

present at the<br />

swearing in<br />

of the new<br />

Governor<br />

General Her<br />

Excellency<br />

Dame Patsy<br />

Reddy in<br />

Wellington on<br />

28 September,<br />

with all the<br />

pomp and ceremony befitting such an auspicious<br />

occasion.<br />

I’m Jo Hayes, National’s list MP based in Christchurch East.<br />

I love being a part of this wonderful, tight-knit Christchurch East<br />

community. There’s so much going on that I just want to share a few<br />

highlights with you of what our community and Government are<br />

working on achieving together.<br />

Celebrating women in Christchurch<br />

It was great to meet a large number of women who attended<br />

the Christchurch<br />

Women’s Expo on<br />

24-<strong>25</strong> September.<br />

So many were so<br />

supportive of what<br />

the Government was<br />

doing for Canterbury<br />

and happy that we<br />

had a site for them<br />

to visit.<br />

New trees for Travis and an important anniversary<br />

There’s a lot happening back in Christchurch East too. I want to<br />

congratulate the Travis Wetland Trust, Trees for Canterbury and<br />

the many volunteers who donned their gumboots and attended<br />

a planting day at Travis Wetlands on 17 September. What a<br />

wonderful community event and a legacy to leave for the future.<br />

I’d also like to congratulate the North New Brighton Surf Club for<br />

its 100-year celebration on 22 <strong>October</strong>.<br />

How a bill becomes law<br />

There are several stages that a bill passes before becoming<br />

an Act of Parliament. This process can take a long time, and<br />

there is an opportunity for members of the public to make<br />

submissions and be heard by the Select Committee.<br />

1) Introduction 2) First reading<br />

3) Select committee 4) Second reading<br />

5) Committee of the whole House 6) Third reading<br />

7) Royal assent<br />

Find out more at www.parliament.nz.<br />

Let’s talk<br />

Please come along and see me. I’ll be<br />

parked in my van on 28 <strong>October</strong> at:<br />

1) Preston`s subdivision<br />

By Marshlands School<br />

on Te Korari Street<br />

Time: 8.30 - 9.30am<br />

2) Parklands<br />

Outside sports field,<br />

opposite shopping centre<br />

Time: 10-11am<br />

3) Shirley<br />

Burwood Park by Shirley Rugby<br />

Grounds, New Brighton Road<br />

Time: 11.30am -12.30pm<br />

4) New Brighton<br />

Next to Ray White offices<br />

Time: 12.45 - 1.45pm<br />

5) Wainoni<br />

Marae on Pages Road (out the front)<br />

Time: 2-3pm<br />

6) Richmond<br />

Stanmore Road, outside of the park<br />

and opposite New World<br />

Time: 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Please phone our office on<br />

03 384 9459 to book. See you there!<br />

Celebrating culture in Christchurch<br />

It’s been a rich month culturally too. I attended the<br />

62nd Anniversary of The National Day for the Peoples<br />

Republic of China in Christchurch hosted by Consul<br />

General Jin on 23 September, and the Christchurch<br />

Diwali Festival on Labour Weekend. I always admire<br />

the colour, music and enthusiasm of performers at<br />

this celebration. I want to thank the Indian Social and<br />

Cultural Association for planning this major event.<br />

Congratulations to our new local government!<br />

Finally, congratulations to Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel and<br />

to all the returning and new city councillors, community board<br />

members and health board representatives. It’s wonderful to see<br />

local democracy in action.<br />

Authorised by Jo Hayes, National MP,<br />

Unit 6/975 Ferry Road, Ferrymead


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Family Fun Night<br />

Monday, <strong>October</strong> 31, 5-7.30pm<br />

Everyone is welcome to the<br />

annual Family Fun Night at the<br />

Youth Alive Trust. For a gold<br />

coin donation, join in a large<br />

variety of carnival games, bouncy<br />

castles, arts and crafts, games,<br />

food to purchase, live bands and<br />

entertainers. The trust encourages<br />

non-spooky dress-ups because it’s<br />

a safe and fun alternative to trick<br />

or treating. For more information<br />

phone the Youth Alive Trust on<br />

388 1001.<br />

Grace Vineyard Beach Campus,<br />

111 Seaview Rd, New Brighton.<br />

Gold coin donation<br />

Science Snippets in the Library<br />

Fridays, 3.30-4.30pm during the<br />

school term<br />

Science Alive educators lead<br />

children through interactive<br />

activities to stimulate their<br />

interest in science, and there<br />

is something to take home<br />

every week. No bookings<br />

required.<br />

Parklands Library, 46<br />

Queenspark Drive. Free entry<br />

Ukulele JAM<br />

Friday nights, from 7.30pm<br />

Every Friday this group meets<br />

to play the ukulele and other<br />

instruments and sing all kinds<br />

of songs and different genres of<br />

music – anything that is in the<br />

spirit of Joyful Anarchic Music<br />

(JAM). There is a data projector so<br />

all the lyrics and the chords<br />

are available. Everyone is<br />

welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits<br />

are free.<br />

St Faith’s Hall, 46 Hawke St,<br />

New Brighton. $2 entry<br />

New Brighton Seaside Market<br />

Every Saturday, from 10am-<br />

2pm<br />

Every Saturday, New Brighton’s<br />

pedestrian mall is filled with<br />

colour and creativity. Go along<br />

to the seaside and enjoy live entertainment,<br />

food, fresh produce,<br />

arts, crafts, jewellery and more.<br />

There will be a bouncy castle and<br />

free face painting for the kids. For<br />

inquiries, email seasidemarket@<br />

mail.com.<br />

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall.<br />

Free entry<br />

Monthly Market Day<br />

Sunday, <strong>October</strong> 30, 11am-2pm<br />

The Bromley monthly market<br />

day is an indoor market on the<br />

last Sunday of the month all year<br />

round. There is a range of stalls<br />

including arts, crafts, knitting,<br />

clothing, winter blankets, baking<br />

and more. If you are interested in<br />

having a stall, phone 389 1657.<br />

Bromley Community Centre, 31<br />

Bromley Rd. Free entry<br />

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

by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

Ignite and Excite Exhibition<br />

<strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> to November 12.<br />

Monday to Friday 11am-4pm,<br />

Saturday noon-3pm<br />

The Christchurch Community<br />

Arts Council, on behalf of the<br />

Christchurch Drug and Alcohol<br />

Service and the Christchurch<br />

Opioid Recovery Service is presenting<br />

a collection of artwork by<br />

consumers, those in recovery, and<br />

workers in the addiction sector.<br />

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester<br />

St, Linwood. Free entry<br />

Treetech Guy Fawkes Fireworks<br />

Spectacular<br />

Saturday, November 5,<br />

5-9.30pm<br />

Go along to the Treetech Guy<br />

Fawkes Fireworks Spectacular<br />

on New Brighton Beach. Far<br />

above the moon, the fireworks<br />

display will start at 9.10pm, with<br />

a light show under New Brighton<br />

Pier beginning at 9pm. Food<br />

stalls will be open from 5pm so<br />

go along early, get a comfy spot<br />

among the dunes and settle in.<br />

New Brighton Pier, free event<br />

Faerie Picnic<br />

Sunday, November 6, 12.30-<br />

2.30pm<br />

The Faeries are having a picnic<br />

and you’re invited. There will also<br />

be a Teacup Faerie Garden Competition,<br />

so make a faerie garden<br />

in a teacup and put it on the<br />

judging the table and you could<br />

win. There will be games like<br />

faerie, faerie, where’s your door,<br />

sneaking up on the wizard, and<br />

duck, duck, goose. Also there will<br />

be a fairy garden tour, free face<br />

painting, giant bubbles and hula<br />

hoops. Take a picnic blanket<br />

RABBITS ON SHOW: The National Rabbit Association<br />

Convention is coming to town. On Saturday, <strong>October</strong> 29,<br />

between 10am and 4pm, go along to the first ever National<br />

Rabbit Association Convention Show. With New Zealand’s<br />

very best rabbits on display for all to see, there is plenty for<br />

the family to do. Not only will there be Australian judge Susan<br />

Bathos at the competition judging, but there will also be<br />

Christchurch’s Lyn Peebles behind the judging table, spreading<br />

their knowledge to all. There is also a junior development<br />

programme running and for the first time in New Zealand<br />

history, we have a huge pet show running at a national level.<br />

Being held at the Marshland Scout Group, 410 Prestons Rd, for<br />

a gold coin donation on entry.<br />

and something to eat and drink.<br />

The faeries will bring some baked<br />

treats to share with everyone.<br />

Rawhiti Domain, free entry<br />

SeniorNet<br />

Tuesday, Wednesday and<br />

Thursdays 10am-1pm.<br />

SeniorNet New Brighton meet<br />

three times a week to learn more<br />

about computers and modern<br />

technology from tutors. Small<br />

classes, with pleasant rooms.<br />

For more information phone 382<br />

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16<br />

Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Our People<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Daegan Wells<br />

Exploring art history in the red<br />

Artist Daegan Wells recently received an award<br />

which will allow him to focus on his latest project.<br />

He spoke to Caitlin Miles about the city’s art<br />

history and his experience documenting the<br />

residential red zone<br />

Congratulations on receiving<br />

the Olivia Spencer Bower<br />

Award – what was it like to win?<br />

Thank you, it was really exciting<br />

to be given it. It’s only offered<br />

every two years so I’m really<br />

excited to be selected. It’s really<br />

rare to have an opportunity to<br />

work on your practice full-time<br />

as an artist and especially in<br />

New Zealand.<br />

Is that what this award allows<br />

you to do?<br />

Yes, so over the next year I will<br />

be able to focus on this project<br />

without having to balance working<br />

and my art. It gives artists a<br />

chance to work solely on their<br />

project and provides financial<br />

assistance.<br />

Is it nice to know you don’t<br />

have to worry about your finance<br />

for the next year?<br />

Yes it is. It’s not often you get a<br />

chance to do this so it will take a<br />

bit of stress off trying to balance<br />

my project around working.<br />

Do you work full time?<br />

No, I work part time at a<br />

few places. I’m a tutor, I teach<br />

photography and I also work at<br />

the Physics Room, which is an<br />

art gallery.<br />

What is your project on?<br />

I have chosen to focus on<br />

Christchurch’s art history between<br />

1932 and 1939 because it<br />

coincided with a period of time<br />

of Olivia Spencer Bowers being<br />

in Christchurch. So I decided<br />

to focus on that time and investigate<br />

what was happening in<br />

Christchurch and the similarities<br />

in that time to now.<br />

Do you have any idea of where<br />

this project will take you, or is<br />

it still quite new?<br />

It’s still quite new. I think I’ve<br />

got a few starting points. I’ll go<br />

to the research library at the<br />

Christchurch Art Gallery, which<br />

will probably be my starting<br />

point. Also, talking to people<br />

that knew Olivia, knew of her<br />

or collected her works. So it will<br />

start like that but I’m not quite<br />

sure where it will go or how the<br />

work will look, but yeah, that’s<br />

my starting point.<br />

Your last project involved<br />

spending time in the residential<br />

red zone, can you tell me a bit<br />

about that?<br />

I have a show at the moment at<br />

the Centre of Contemporary Art<br />

and that work is based around<br />

Bill Sutton and his abandoned<br />

studio and residence in the<br />

residential red zone. So my work<br />

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these people once occupied<br />

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I guess I felt that there was an<br />

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This was part of my masters’<br />

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been a year-long project.<br />

Can you tell me a bit about<br />

some of the other work you<br />

have done?<br />

So I had a show at Blue Oyster<br />

Gallery in Dunedin and the<br />

work was specifically about<br />

the Bill Sutton house. It<br />

incorporated some historical<br />

photographs, which the<br />

Christchurch Art Gallery lent to<br />

me, and some construction work<br />

as well.


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zone before it’s gone for good<br />

Where did you study art?<br />

I did my masters in sculpture<br />

at Canterbury University.<br />

Why did you decide to do<br />

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I guess it’s sculpture in the<br />

loosest sense of the term. The<br />

kind of work that I make is more<br />

installations so my work incorporated<br />

photography and objects<br />

and other materials. It’s not set<br />

sculptures like everyone thinks,<br />

it’s very loose.<br />

Have you lived here your<br />

whole life?<br />

No I wasn’t born here, I moved<br />

to Christchurch from Nelson in<br />

2008. I moved here partly for art<br />

school. But I don’t know really –<br />

I guess it’s a bigger city. I lived in<br />

the central city for a while and<br />

I’ve lived in Addington for about<br />

a year and a half.<br />

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classic story of when you’re<br />

leaving high school and you<br />

don’t quite know what to do. So<br />

I enjoyed making and thinking<br />

about art, so I guess for me, it<br />

just made sense and it turned out<br />

to be the right decision for me.<br />

You also co-founded some art<br />

spaces, can you tell me about<br />

them?<br />

HISTORY: This photo was taken at artist Bill Sutton’s abandoned red zone home.<br />

My first space that I helped cofound<br />

was a space called Room<br />

4, which was on St Asaph St. We<br />

decided to open that because we<br />

didn’t think there were many<br />

showing spaces, especially for<br />

emerging artists. I think that<br />

was the drive, focusing on<br />

emerging artists and not just<br />

from Christchurch. After that,<br />

we opened a gallery called Man<br />

Friday, which we had open for a<br />

year in 2015.<br />

What encouraged you to<br />

make these spaces?<br />

It was really the lack of spaces<br />

for artists around the city and<br />

the need to provide for other artists<br />

and give them a chance. But<br />

also running an artist-run space<br />

is just a good way of encouraging<br />

community or building your<br />

own community, and working<br />

with other artists and getting<br />

more of the public aware of the<br />

artists around them.<br />

What have been some of the<br />

cool projects carried out in<br />

those spaces?<br />

There have been a few. When<br />

Room 4 was running, there was<br />

a big factory behind us. I think<br />

they made garments, school<br />

uniforms I think. Each recycling<br />

day they would put out lots of<br />

boxes and because we didn’t have<br />

any shows planned, a group of<br />

us collected the boxes for about<br />

a month and we encouraged<br />

people to come in and we just<br />

kind of made some forts and it<br />

was just a really fun social thing<br />

to do.<br />

Who are some of your favourite<br />

artists?<br />

RED ZONE: Daegan Wells<br />

spent time documenting the<br />

residential red zone in 2015.<br />

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN<br />

That’s a tricky one to answer. I<br />

guess my peers and friends. But<br />

also the artists that I research,<br />

like Olivia Spencer Bower and<br />

Bill Sutton. Those people have<br />

the biggest influence on my<br />

work.<br />

How do they influence you?<br />

I guess I just respond to their<br />

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similar to Bill Sutton’s, but it<br />

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his career. That’s how I relate to<br />

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You have a lot on your plate,<br />

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I guess my art is my spare time.<br />

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FEnCIng<br />

All styles and shapes,<br />

gates, wooden, ph Mark<br />

027 331-3223<br />

FEnCE PAInTIng<br />

Staining Quality at a<br />

reasonable price. Free<br />

quotes. Phone Warren<br />

today on 980-1676 or 027<br />

2014713<br />

Trades & Services<br />

FENCING<br />

Paling, picket,<br />

iron, trellis<br />

Demolition and<br />

removal<br />

Phone Bevan<br />

021 231 1860<br />

Fencing Uprite<br />

Your Eastside<br />

Specialist<br />

Trades & Services<br />

FURnITURE<br />

REMOVALS<br />

Large Trucks $95 +<br />

GST per hour 7 day NZ<br />

wide, packing & moving,<br />

Professional Company,<br />

Professional Service.<br />

Canterbury Relocations<br />

Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313<br />

gLAZIER<br />

Window repairs, pet<br />

doors, new glazing, double<br />

glazing, conservatory<br />

roofs. Experienced<br />

tradesman. Call Bill on<br />

981-1903 or 022 413-3504<br />

LAnDSCAPE<br />

COnSTRUCTIOn<br />

Lawns, paving, water<br />

features, irrigation,<br />

planting, decks,<br />

driveways, kerbing, ponds,<br />

retainer walls, fencing.<br />

Free quotes, Phone Tony<br />

021-034-8555<br />

PAInTIng<br />

DECORATIng<br />

interior & exterior,<br />

gib fixing, plastering,<br />

paperhanging, Est 50 yrs<br />

in ChCh, ph Wingfields<br />

Ltd, ph Mark 021 171-<br />

1586 or 355-5994<br />

PAInTER<br />

Top quality work, interior/<br />

exterior, pensioners<br />

discount, free quotes, 30<br />

years experience, I stand<br />

by Canterbury, ph Wayne<br />

your friendly painter<br />

03 385-4348 or 027 274-<br />

3541<br />

PAInTER<br />

Available, All aspects in<br />

painting. Very competitive<br />

in roofs and fences. Please<br />

call 027 241-7471 or 335-<br />

0265<br />

ROOF REPAIRS<br />

Locally owned & operated with<br />

over 30 years experience.<br />

• Extensions & repair • Roof coating<br />

• Concrete & clay tiles • Butynol<br />

• Malthoid • Asbestos Certified<br />

• Coloursteel • Old iron • Guttering<br />

Phone Dave 981 0278<br />

or 021 223 4200<br />

E: dave@beaumontroofing.co.nz<br />

BEAUMONT ROOFING LTD<br />

WINDOW TINTING<br />

tintawindow<br />

advanced film solutions<br />

99% uv block<br />

fade protection<br />

heat control<br />

reduce glare<br />

<strong>25</strong> Years Experience<br />

privacy films<br />

frosting designs<br />

non-darkening films<br />

Workmanship Guaranteed<br />

Lifetime Warranties on Most Films<br />

UV<br />

block<br />

Free Quotes Canterbury and Districts<br />

03 365 3653 0800 368 468<br />

Trades & Services<br />

PLUMBER<br />

For prompt service for all<br />

plumbing maintenance,<br />

repairs and alterations.<br />

Phone Michael 364 7080<br />

or 027 438 3943<br />

ROOFIng<br />

Qualified & Licenced<br />

Practitioner. Re-Roof &<br />

Repairs, all types. Member<br />

New Zealand Roofing<br />

Association. Over 35 years<br />

experience. Phone John<br />

027 432-3822 or 351-9147<br />

email johnmill@ihug.<br />

co.nz<br />

SPOUTIng CLEAnIng<br />

Spouting Unblocked,<br />

Cleaned Out and Flushed<br />

Out. Also Full Handyman<br />

Services Available. Call<br />

Trevor 332 8949 or 021<br />

043-2034<br />

BRICK BLOCKLAYER<br />

Earthquake Repairs, Grind<br />

Out & Repoint, River/<br />

Oamaru stone, Schist,<br />

Volcanic Rock, Paving,<br />

all Alterations new & old,<br />

Quality Workmanship,<br />

visit www.featureworks.<br />

co.nz or ph 027 601-3145<br />

TREES BIg OR SMALL<br />

tree removal, trimming,<br />

stump grinding, shelterbelt<br />

clean up, section clearing,<br />

rubbish removals,<br />

excavation work, ph Trees<br />

Big or Small, for a free<br />

quote, 021 061 4783<br />

TREE WORK<br />

Hedge trimming, stump<br />

grinding, rubbish removed,<br />

small job specialty Ph<br />

Andrew 03 322-8341 or<br />

027 435-8759<br />

Trades & Services<br />

TV SERVICE CEnTRE<br />

Repairs, tvs, microwaves,<br />

stereos, DVD. Aerial<br />

installations and<br />

kitsets, 480 Moorhouse<br />

Ave, ph 03 379 1400<br />

UPHOLSTERER<br />

Dining Chairs, Lounge<br />

suites, Caravan Squabs<br />

etc. recovered. Free<br />

Quotes. Phone Graeme<br />

383-1448<br />

VHS VIDEO TAPES<br />

& all camera tapes<br />

converted to DVD, video<br />

taping, weddings, twenty<br />

firsts, special occasions,<br />

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz<br />

ph 03 338-1655<br />

WATERBLASTIng<br />

Quality Job, Quick Service<br />

by skilled tradesman, Ph<br />

Richard Severin at Jet-X<br />

0800 538 969 Free quotes,<br />

visit www.jetx.co.nz<br />

WInDOW CLEAnIng<br />

Average 3 bdrm house<br />

inside or out $40. Both<br />

$70. Phone Trevor 344-<br />

2170<br />

Wanted To Buy<br />

AAA Buying goods<br />

quality furniture,<br />

Beds, Stoves, Washing<br />

machines, Fridge Freezers.<br />

Same day service. Selwyn<br />

Dealers. Phone 980 5812<br />

or 027 313 8156<br />

A+ Household effects,<br />

fridges, freezers, washing<br />

machines, ovens. Good<br />

cash paid. Ph Paul 022<br />

0891 671<br />

TOOLS<br />

Garden, garage,<br />

woodworking,<br />

mechanical, engineering,<br />

sawbenches, lathes, cash<br />

buyer, ph 355-2045


22<br />

Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Classifieds<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

Free Public Seminar<br />

“Linking Diet anD CanCer”<br />

Integrative GP Dr Dan Quistorff will discuss the<br />

link between cancer and our modern diet and<br />

cover the science behind the discovery of CYP1B1,<br />

the discovery of Salvestrols and how these unique<br />

compounds can be used to our benefit.<br />

“Linking Diet and Cancer”<br />

The Atrium, 455 Hagley Ave<br />

Tuesday 8th November <strong>2016</strong><br />

6.30pm – 8.00pm<br />

All cancer sufferers, their friends or family<br />

and anyone wanting to minimise the risk of<br />

cancer should attend this free seminar.<br />

The first 50 people to register will receive a<br />

free copy of the book “Linking Diet and Cancer”<br />

To register phone: 0800 7<strong>25</strong> 822<br />

or email info@salvacare.co.nz<br />

www.salvacare.co.nz<br />

Public Notices<br />

DEMOLITION<br />

With care and respect we<br />

will remove your dwelling.<br />

Our policy is to recycle as<br />

much as we can. We are a<br />

local company specialising<br />

in residential properties. We<br />

will endeavor to cater for<br />

your individual needs.<br />

Ph. R.M. Solutions<br />

021 02866981<br />

for a free quote.<br />

Public Notices<br />

Situations Vacant<br />

CA$H<br />

Strippers<br />

& Podium<br />

Dancers<br />

Wanted!<br />

18+ TO APPLY<br />

NEISHA<br />

021 193 0118<br />

Situations Vacant<br />

Public Notices<br />

business video<br />

PRoduCTion<br />

A video will bring your business<br />

alive & into your customers mind.<br />

Promote your<br />

services or business<br />

with a professionally<br />

created video with us<br />

• Corporate and<br />

Business video a speciality<br />

• Competitive rates<br />

• <strong>25</strong> years experience<br />

• Start to finished product<br />

• Professional quality guaranteed<br />

PHone KeRRY 021 635 083<br />

SAT. NOVEMBER 5<br />

& DINNER $65<br />

Tickets<br />

WOOLSTON CLUB<br />

43 Hargood St, Woolston | ph 389 7039<br />

www.woolstonclub.co.nz<br />

SHOW &<br />

THREE COURSE<br />

MEAL<br />

Tickets available at club reception<br />

& online: http://tickets.dkcm.co.nz<br />

The Brougham<br />

THIS SATURDAY, 7PM<br />

PRO WRESTLING<br />

UNSANCTIONED<br />

The best in NZ pro wrestling.<br />

Tickets on sale now! Phone 366 1481.<br />

MUMS & DADS<br />

Would you like your children to<br />

exercise more and earn some money?<br />

darts<br />

EVERY<br />

WEDNESDAY<br />

Six teams<br />

Newcomers<br />

welcome<br />

blues night<br />

EVERY THURSDAY<br />

THE ELEVATORS<br />

FREE<br />

6PM EVERY FRIDAY<br />

DELIVERY<br />

PEOPLE<br />

WANTED<br />

The Star requires<br />

delivery personnel<br />

in all areas of<br />

Christchurch.<br />

The work involves<br />

door-to-door<br />

delivery of The Star<br />

newspaper.<br />

Please call<br />

Leanne Lucas 364-7451 or<br />

Mark Coulthard 364 7453<br />

email: deliveries@starmedia.kiwi<br />

KARAOKE<br />

8PM EVERY SATURDAY<br />

cnr Brougham St/Waltham Rd<br />

phone 366 1481<br />

‘Famous for their roasts!’<br />

SENIORS SPECIAL<br />

Two courses: $<br />

20<br />

Soup/Roast or Roast/Dessert<br />

Special available lunch only<br />

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm<br />

Conditions apply<br />

FAMILY FRIENDLY<br />

Kid’s Special<br />

Two courses<br />

Great Kids menu plus<br />

designated play area.<br />

$<br />

10<br />

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ<br />

Open daily from 6.30am - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner<br />

The<br />

RACECOURSE HOTEL<br />

& Motorlodge<br />

118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,<br />

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150<br />

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz


PEGASUS POST Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong> 23<br />

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz<br />

GREAT<br />

ENTERTAINMENT<br />

TUES & THURS<br />

Members Lucky Card Draw<br />

MITRE 10 CUP<br />

RUGBY FINALS<br />

THIS WEEKEND - LIVE<br />

COMING UP<br />

NZ CUP DAYFUN DAY<br />

Tuesday 8th Nov from 11am<br />

TICKETS $<strong>25</strong><br />

includes drink on<br />

arrival and lunch<br />

Prizes for<br />

Best Dressed Lady<br />

Best Dressed Man<br />

Lucky Seats<br />

Losing Ticket Draw<br />

MASTER HYPNOTIST<br />

BRIAN GEE<br />

7PM SATURDAY<br />

19 NOVEMBER<br />

Tickets $10<br />

TAB POD<br />

SHUTTLE RUNNING<br />

Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat<br />

202 Marine Parade<br />

Ph 388-9416<br />

Members, guests and affiliates welcome<br />

JOIN<br />

A CLUB BY<br />

THE SEA!<br />

GREAT<br />

DINING<br />

- downstairs -<br />

ClubBISTRO<br />

Open Tuesday to Saturday<br />

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

Midweek $10<br />

SPECIAL<br />

ROAST<br />

Available Tuesday,<br />

Wednesday, & Thursday<br />

- upstairs -<br />

PIERVIEW<br />

Restaurant<br />

Quality a la carte<br />

with a view!<br />

Open from 5.30pm<br />

FRIDAY, SATURDAY<br />

& SUNDAY<br />

SORRY, FULLY BOOKED<br />

SATURDAY 29 OCT<br />

FRIDAY SPECIAL:<br />

BBQ PORK RIBS<br />

$19.50!<br />

for a limited time<br />

SUNDAY SPECIAL<br />

3 courses: $<strong>25</strong><br />

NOW OPEN FOR<br />

SUNDAY<br />

BRUNCH<br />

By the Seaside!<br />

10.30am-2.30pm<br />

THIS SUNDAY<br />

30 OCT<br />

ALL YOU CAN EAT<br />

BUFFET<br />

$<strong>25</strong>... BOOK NOW!<br />

H ORNBY<br />

WORKINGMEN’S<br />

CLUB<br />

«WHAT'S ON«<br />

FRIDAY 28 OCT, 7.30PM<br />

ANNETTE’S HEART OF COUNTRY<br />

YOUNG TALENT SHOW<br />

$6 ENTRY<br />

SATURDAY 29 OCT<br />

4.30PM DES NEWTON<br />

8PM MEDIUM RARE<br />

SUNDAY 30 OCT, 2PM<br />

NEVILLE WILKINS<br />

& THE VISCOUNTS<br />

$5 ENTRY<br />

«COMING UP«<br />

SATURDAY 19 NOV, 8PM<br />

BAD MOON RISING<br />

THE CCR TRIBUTE SHOW<br />

Tickets $20<br />

FRIDAY 9 DEC, 8PM<br />

THE WARRATAHS<br />

Tickets $<strong>25</strong><br />

Hornby WMC, 17 Carmen Rd, Hornby ph 03 349 9026<br />

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz<br />

Members, guests & affiliates welcome<br />

Lunch & Dinner<br />

All you can eat, 7 days<br />

Christmas<br />

Functions<br />

Lunch & Dinner Buffet<br />

NOW SERVING<br />

available<br />

from<br />

9am<br />

Breakfast<br />

HAPPY<br />

HOUR<br />

5PM - 7PM<br />

DAILY<br />

SATURDAY 19th NOV - SATURDAY 24th DEC<br />

Book & dine with us for your Christmas party this<br />

festive season, and we’ll take care of the rest!<br />

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088<br />

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant www.gardenhotel.co.nz<br />

LIVE<br />

Mandi Miller<br />

6PM FRIDAY 28th <strong>October</strong><br />

MUSIC<br />

PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH<br />

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD<br />

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132


24<br />

Tuesday <strong>October</strong> <strong>25</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

See inStore for<br />

Halloween<br />

treatS not trickS!<br />

PEGASUS POST<br />

$<br />

4 49<br />

kg<br />

Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Drumsticks<br />

$<br />

2 99<br />

bag<br />

Solsa Hothouse Tomatoes 700g<br />

$<br />

4 90<br />

each<br />

Tip Top Ice Cream 2L<br />

$<br />

3 80<br />

each<br />

$<br />

4 00<br />

each<br />

Alpine Butter 500g<br />

Sanitarium Weet-Bix 750g<br />

$<br />

22 99<br />

pack<br />

Jacob’s Creek<br />

Sparkling<br />

750ml<br />

(Excludes Reserve)<br />

Steinlager Classic 15 x 330ml Bottles/<br />

Heineken/Asahi Super Dry 12 x 330ml Bottles<br />

(Excludes Light)<br />

$<br />

8 99<br />

each<br />

2for<br />

$<br />

3 50<br />

Just Juice Fruit Juice 1L/<br />

H2GO Water 750ml<br />

Shopping just got easier<br />

Best deals are here!<br />

FreshChoice Parklands<br />

60 Queenspark Drive, Christchurch.<br />

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

Prices apply from Tuesday <strong>25</strong>th <strong>October</strong> to Sunday<br />

30th <strong>October</strong> <strong>2016</strong>, or while stocks last.<br />

FreshChoice.co.nz<br />

FreshChoiceNZ<br />

383 1004<br />

FreshChoice Parklands<br />

Owned and<br />

operated<br />

by locals<br />

Certain products may not be<br />

available in all stores. Savings<br />

are based on non-promotional<br />

price. Limits may apply.<br />

FCPP<strong>25</strong>10

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