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EASTERN EVACUEES: Some eastern suburbs residents last week waited in traffic for more than two hours to evacuate from their homes. Canterbury University

professor of geography and transport lecturer Simon Kingham (above) said building more bridges across the Avon River may not be the best solution.

Need to evacuate? Experts

say you should cycle or walk

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

BUILDING MORE bridges

across the Avon River may

not be the answer to solving

transport issues in future

tsunami evacuations.

Comments on the Rise Up

Christchurch Facebook page

showed the majority of the

public wanted to see more

bridges built to avoid traffic

bottlenecks that were seen

during the evacuation.

But Canterbury University

professor of geography and

transport lecturer Simon

Kingham said building

more bridges may seem like

House

of

Hearing

a good idea, but the cost of

building them needs to be

compared to how much use they

would get.

“Is the benefit worth the cost?

You have to work out how often

you’re actually going to need and

use it. I’ve been here for 15 years

and in that time we haven’t had

the need for another one,” he

said.

After last week’s 7.8 magnitude

earthquake, eastern suburbs residents

living within a kilometre

of the shoreline were evacuated

in the early hours of Monday

morning.

But many were forced to wait

in queues of traffic for up to two

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Canterbury University senior

lecturer of hazards and disaster

management Dr Thomas Wilson

said transport was “a key problem”

that was highlighted by

eastern residents in last week’s

evacuation.

“The practical reality is that

both [New Brighton and Southshore]

have limited egress routes

for vehicles in particular. If

everyone jumps in their cars and

goes at the same time you’re going

to have major bottlenecks,”

he said.

Professor Kingham suggested

instead residents should cycle,

walk or car pool in the next

event.

“The irony then is if we have

an earthquake that is big enough

to cause a tsunami there’s a reasonable

chance the bridges will

be damaged anyway. So what we

found after the last earthquake

was that people who walked or

cycled out, not necessarily faster,

but they got out more successfully,”

he said.

He said another potential

fix was a pedestrian bridge

stretching from Southshore over

the spit to either Redcliffs or

Sumner. The idea was originally

mooted in 2014.

Dr Wilson said evacuation was

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IT HAS been just over a week

since many coastal residents

were evacuated due to a tsunami

risk after the 7.8 magnitude

earthquake.

It took up to two hours for

many residents streaming out of

coastal suburbs to evacuate.

Three main routes out, thousands

of people – no matter how

you do the maths, it does not

work.

So how do we solve this? It is a

given now that many of us, and

I include myself in this as I was

grossly under prepared, should

trust our guts, evacuate and not

wait for the official word.

But in terms of infrastructure,

should we build more bridges

across the Avon River to aid

evacuations? Reporter Fraser

Walker-Pierce talks to a transport

expert on the front page regarding

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QE II sports hub proposed

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

THE controversial QE II Park

site may get another facility

to add to the two schools and

community recreation centre

already planned.

Parklands United Sports

Club, with the Celebration

Lions Trust, wants to put a

$5 million community sports

hub onto the site, including

plans for a 2500 spectator

grandstand.

This will be the second

major venture for Celebration

Lions Trust. In June, construction

began on its multipurpose

indoor sports centre

on Pages Rd.

Since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, the recreation

centre and stadium have been

demolished and controversy

has surrounded the site’s future.

Firstly with the Eastern

Recreation and Sports Centre

and then with the Ministry

of Education’s co-location

of Shirley Boys’ High and

Avonside Girls’ High schools

on the site.

Previously, Pegasus Post

reported the community’s

frustration over the Eastern

Recreation and Sports Centre

losing a 50m pool. They said

PLANNING AHEAD: A potential design for a $5 million

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proposed grandstand in the middle.

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the centre was being pushed

to the back of the park when it

was announced the two high

schools would be co-located.

Project co-ordinators Corey

Watkinson, of Celebration

Lions, and Parklands United

Sports Club president Peter

Skinley last week updated

the Coastal-Burwood Community

Board about their

plans to build two artificial

sports pitches, a grandstand,

as well as changing rooms and

a parking space for cars at the

park around where the athletics

track used to be.

Keep QE II in the East

chairwoman Jo Zervos said

she would be talking to Mr

Watkinson in the future about

some “small concerns” the

group had over car parking

and other planned facilities.

Mr Watkinson said he was

hopeful that partnerships

could be made with the other

facilities.

“We’re hoping to strike

up significant partnerships

with the schools. The Eastern

Recreation and Sports Centre

is only an indoor centre with

pools and a gym complex.

What we’re proposing . . . is

totally complementary,” he

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Mr Skinley said the hub

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Celebration Lions and

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Tuesday November 22 2016

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Your Local Views

McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

RefeRReal eye cases

We said:

Were you evacuated? How do you

think it went?

Tsunami systems will be reviewed

by the city council after Monday

morning’s evacuation processes

were widely criticised by residents.

Some eastern residents queued

in traffic for up to two hours trying

to evacuate the area

last Monday morning.

You said:

Lachlan Marshall – If

everyone started evacuating

right when they felt the

shaking like they are supposed

to, as the sirens most

likely don’t get set off for a

locally generated tsunami,

then everyone would get out

in time. Why has no one read the tsunami

risk management plan on the council

website?

Beth Hickland – I’m not sure why

you’re reporting it as hours? I not only

have friends who made it to my house

up the hill in about 20min from New

Brighton, but I also watched all the cars

exiting New Brighton from up at Mt Pleasant

and the cars were flowing and all was

pretty much completely cleared in under

an hour. Where are you talking about?

Lynley Ward – Seriously?

Be prepared . . . it’s not like

we haven’t been given the information.

Have a plan. Don’t

for one minute think you’ll

have your wits about you when

you’re in the midst of a disaster.

Nathan Fletcher – Civil

Defence needs to get its act

together it’s not good when foreign

news media are announcing

tsunamis and evacuation

noticed on live and our local agencies and

media are saying they we don’t all I can

say thank God it wasn’t a major tsunami.

Recently

Dr Steve Heap examined 20 week old

Beagle puppy called “Penny”, who

presented as a referral with a painful,

partially closed right eye. Penny had

unfortunately been scratched in the eye

by a slightly grumpy older resident cat.

Steve diagnosed a cataract in this eye,

with phacouveitis and serous glaucoma all

in a little puppy. Glaucoma is when there

is increased intraocular pressure causing

pain and discomfort. Steve had discussed

with the owners that this right eye had a

hopeless prognosis for vision. Topical eye

medications were instigated to control

the pain and inflammation and rising

pressure in the eye. Steve also discussed

that if these medications didn’t hold this

condition, Penny’s eye would need to be

enucleated. Pretty quickly it was noticed

that the right eye had deteriorated

beyond medical therapy. Enucleation (

removal) of the eye and placement of an

intrascleral prosthesis ( glass bead eye)

was surgically undertaken to relieve Penny

from a life of medication and pain.

The surgery was a success and 4 weeks

on, Penny is a happy, active, normal wee

puppy with a prosthetic right eye and

normal vision out of the left eye.

Another interesting ophthalmology case

for Dr Steve Heap came from the SPCA.

A 5 month old stray sneezing kitten was

examined by Steve and found to have

no lateral upper eyelids in both the left

and right eyes, a condition called Bilateral

Upper Lateral Eyelid Agenisis. As a result

the eyes were

sore, dry and

constantly irritated

by hair rubbing

on the cornea

(the sensitive clear

window of the

eye).

Steve trialled

lubricants

and antibiotic

ointments in the eyes in the hope

the eyes would be comfortable long

term, but this wasn’t the case. The kitten

was taken to surgery and Steve carefully

and intricately created upper eyelids

by harvesting strips of skin taken from

below the lower lids. All in all a successful

outcome for this wee kitten who will

be rehomed and avoid a lifetime of

medication.

Zara Woolfe – We left nearly an hour

before the sirens, it was common sense to

go, really we had no issues with traffic or

getting out and there were several other

cars leaving out of Bridge St as well at that

time.

Melanie Manning – I haven’t read

the action plan as I don’t live anywhere

near the coast. But I’m thinking even if

everyone jumped in the cars at 12.10am

wouldn’t the traffic issue be the same as

when they waited for the sirens to go off?

And why should they not go off for a local

quake?

Mark Docherty – Why not adopt the

procedure of an aircraft evacuation. Before

you depart you get a card and a demo on

the closest exit. We should have updates

in the advert on radio and TV with clear

instructions on what route you can take

from your zone.

Heidi Meinzer - Aren’t we told if have

trouble standing during an earthquake

to leave? After the shaking had stopped,

checked on neighbours, we were packing

up and getting out. We shouldn’t have to

be told to leave. We left way before the

sirens and what not.

Not all pets with enucleated eyes need to

have prosthetics placed. Steve will often

enucleate an eye and then stitch the lids

together. This ends up cosmetically looking

fine. Due to Penny’s very young age, her

owners felt a prosthetic eye would look

more pleasing on their cute wee pup.

This cute owl was bought into Steve

recently due to opacities noted on its

corneas affecting its’ ability to see clearly.

Steve isn’t sure of the cause but is trialling

antibiotic drops as he suspects an

infective cause.

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday November 22 2016 5

News

Quake looters brag online

• By Gabrielle Stuart

A GROUP of teenagers are

believed to have looted a

string of New Brighton homes

for alcohol and then posted

about it on social media.

Several New Brighton

residents returned to their

homes after being evacuated

last week to find looters had

been through their properties.

Screenshots of a post on

Facebook by a teenage girl,

who appears to be boasting

about stealing more than 60

bottles of alcohol, have been

passed on to the police.

The teenager has since

deleted her Facebook profile.

Bower Ave resident Darryl

Jones said his family were left

feeling violated and angry

when they discovered the

thefts.

He discovered nine bottles

of spirits, which he had been

given for his birthday over

the weekend, had been stolen

from his garage, and someone

had attempted to syphon fuel

out of his car.

They stayed with a family

member overnight after they

evacuated in the early hours of

last Monday morning.

They returned to their home

that day, but did not discover

the theft of the alcohol until

Tuesday, when Mr Jones went

to put something away in his

garage.

“Alcohol is alcohol, it’s not

the end of the world, but it’s

the invasion of privacy,” he

said.

“We’re pretty shaken up by

everything. The earthquake

was one thing, then the

tsunami warning was next

level, but then to discover your

birthday presents have been

pinched.”

They reported the theft to

the police, and were told a

police officer would visit to try

to collect fingerprints.

When he posted about the

thefts on Facebook, other

users replied with screenshots

of the teenagers they believed

were responsible.

New Brighton Senior

Sergeant Dave Robertson said

there had been six reported

burglaries from homes along

the coast while families were

evacuated.

He said they were following

up several leads, including the

social media posts and reports

from neighbours who believed

they had seen the looters.

“These people aren’t the

SHAMELESS: One of the Facebook posts by teenagers

believed to have been involved in the looting.

brightest in the world, so often

they will brag to their friends

about what they’ve done and

their friends will be appalled

and come to us,” he said.

The victims of the break-ins

included the Mill family, who

had their truck, electronics

and their daughter’s $5000

hearing aid device stolen while

they were evacuated.

A huge response from the

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they have pledged to share

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held at Rawhiti Domain. There

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shows, market stalls, live bands,

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Bromley Monthly Market

Sunday, November 27, 11am-

2pm

This time the monthly market

has a Christmas theme. For more

information find the market on

Facebook.

Bromley Community Centre, 45

Bromely Rd.

Monthly Displays

October 31 to November 27

Brighton Gallery is displaying

the works of two artists in

November – Southshore’s Sue

Alderman and Sandy Fulop.

The gallery is run by local artists

for the benefit of local artists in

Carnaby Lane, off New Brighton

Mall. For more information

phone Judy on 382 0045.

Brighton Gallery, Carnaby Lane.

Free entry

Mums, Dads and Bubs Group

Every Wednesday, 10.30am-

12.30pm

Every Wednesday make your

way down to the mums, dads and

bubs group, hosted by Linwood

Playcentre. Go along to meet

other mums and dads in the

community, for shared kai and a

well-earned coffee, while watching

the tamariki play and learn.

Older siblings are also welcome.

There are lots of discussions

around babies learning and development,

experiences as parents,

and different types of play with

babies.

Linwood Playcentre, 628a

Worcester St, Linwood. Free entry

Trash to Treasure

November 7 to 26, Monday

to Friday 11am-4pm, Saturday

12-3pm

Trash to Treasure is an annual

exhibition for artists working

with recycled materials. The Linwood

Community Arts Centre is

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Trash to Treasure exhibition. For

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Eastside Gallery, cnr Worcester

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Science Snippets

After school every Friday, 3.30-

4.30pm

A free and fun after school

science programme presented by

Science Alive! in libraries across

the city. Science Alive educators

lead children through activities to

stimulate their interest in science,

and there is something to take

home every week. The term four

schedule includes – blood and

guts, wacky wheels, structural

engineering, cunning keas, rocks

rock and Christmas science.

For school-aged children ages

five years and above. Caregiver

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Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Dr. Free entry

Class Act

Opening night November 28,

5.30-7pm

All are welcome to the opening

night of the new exhibition. It

presents a collection of artworks

from the Linwood Community

Arts Centre’s drawing class. Exhibit

opens November 28 and

ends December 9. For more information

phone 981 2881.

Eastside Gallery 388 Worcester

St. Free entry

UKULELE JAM: Every Friday night from 7.30pm a group of

ukulele players meet to play instruments and sing songs.

From folk to pop, and jazz to rock – anything that is in the

spirit of joyful anarchic music (JAM). There is a data projector

so all the lyrics and the chords are available to all. Everyone

is welcome. There is a $2 admission fee, and tea, coffee and

biscuits are free. Held at Antidote Cafe, in Carnaby Mall. ​

Bike Maintenance Evening

Thursday, December 1, from

7-8.30pm

Wish you could fix a flat tyre,

put a chain back on or make

your bike more comfortable? Go

along and brush up on general

maintenance, repairs and safety

checks with expert Graeme Taylor

from The Bike Shop who will

provide demonstration bikes.

Phone 941 7923 to register.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive. Free entry

Mens Shed Garage Sale

Saturday, November 26, 9am-

2pm

The St Albans Community

Mens Shed is having a garage

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bargains and a sausage sizzle.

For donation of goods phone 385

7545.

Cnr Nancy Ave and Knowles

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New Brighton Seaside Market

Every Saturday, from 10am-

2pm

Every Saturday, New Brighton’s

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along to the seaside and enjoy

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Tuesday November 22 2016

High achieving students at

Avonside Girls’ recognised

AMY PALMER was named

Avonside Girls’ dux, while

proxime accessit went to

Madeline Currie at the school’s

recent prize-giving.

Amy was also awarded prizes

for chemistry, physics, biology

and French. She also won a cup

for French among four other

awards.

The annual awards evening

celebrated the school’s top

students, and high achievers on

and off the sports field.

Year 11

Nadia Back – Science;

Physical Science; Geography.

Lauren Finnie – Mathematics

with Statistics; Visual Arts.

Alana Love-Lake – Visual

Arts.

Zoe Rhoades – Film and

Media Studies.

Katherine Santos – Arts

Awards: Writing, Prose.

Lucky Sekai – Biological

Science.

Bea Abrigo – English

Collaborative.

Georgie Cartwright – English

Internal.

Sammi Douglas – Science.

Taylah Emmett – Health.

Bronwen Frayle –

Mathematics.

Shannon Harrison – English

External.

Arlia O’Sullivan – Rowing

Crew of the Year – U18

Lightweight; Design and Visual

Communication.

Georgina Percival –

Japanese.

Emily Robertson – English

External.

Grace Rowland – History.

Kelly Mahan – Key Skills.

Lily Brandon – Biological

Science.

Jessica Brooker – Drama

Best Novice Performance.

Mikayla Cooper – Dance Cup

for Outstanding Contribution;

Dance.

Emily Morgan – English

Internal.

Greer Walker – Mathematics;

Haar-Greenland Prize for the

Most Improved Year 11 Student.

Sinead Washington –

Science; Mathematics; French;

Gillian Diehl Cup for French;

Geography.

Yumika Iwata – Basketball

Most Valuable Senior Player.

Danielle Knight –

Previously

United Travel

Mathematics; Accounting and

Economics; Physical Education;

Digital Technologies.

Sophie Mackey – Cross

Country Intermediate

Champion; Physical Education.

Cynthia Patea – Te Reo

Maori.

Hannah Vanden-

Broeke – Te Reo Maori.

Olivia Crighton –

Science; Mrs L Jenner

Cup for Interest and

Ability in Science.

Jiselle Nolan –

Mathematics with

Statistics; Home

Economics; English

External.

Taylah Blakeley –

Drama.

Susanna Collins –

Music.

Aliana Graham –

Mathematics with

Statistics.

Jeeyeon Han – Visual Arts.

Maya Hogan – Music.

Emily Neville – Hard

Materials Technology.

Anais Clist – Health.

Year 12

Ashleigh Archer - Athletics

Under 16 Champion.

Emma Doherty – Digital

Technologies.

Cassidy McMillan –

Accounting; Mathematics with

Statistics; English External.

Jessica Aspinwall – English

External.

Brenna Jardine – Physical

Education.

Oakley Nahona-Hira –

French.

Flora Thompson – Arts

Woman of the Year; Arts

Council Trophy; Music; History;

Karsten Scholarship for

achieving highly across six

subjects.

Ellie Cockfield – Speech;

Writing Poetry.

Briana Ireland – Chemistry;

Mathematics.

Zoe van Eekelen –

Athletics Most Outstanding

Performance in Track and

Field.

Rachel Winsloe – Biology.

Mikayla Clayworth – Health;

Home Economics.

Emily Cowper – Early

Childhood Development.

Amber Francis – Textile

Technology.

Neve Soryl – Health;

TOP ACHIEVERS: Avonside Girls’ dux Amy Palmer

(left) and proxime accessit Madeline Currie were

recognised for their hard work. ​

Mathematics with Statistics;

English External; Japanese.

Hanna Bourke – Dance.

Isabella Costigan –

Mathematics with Statistics;

Economics; Geography;

Karsten Scholarship for

achieving highly across six

subjects.

Nicole Jones – English

Internal.

Maria Newton – Early

Childhood Development.

Ella Redmond - History;

Painting and Printmaking.

Selena Browne – Chemistry;

Biology; Mathematics; Karsten

Scholarship for achieving

highly across six subjects.

Michelle Hammersley –

Geography; Hard Materials

Technology.

Te Iwa Johnston – Te Reo

Maori.

Ruby Norton - Rowing

Most Dedicated Oarswoman;

Rowing Crew of the Year – U18

Lightweight Double; Sports

Woman of the Year.

Catherine Parkinson – Film

and Media Studies.

Katie Rossiter – Physical

Education.

Gabrielle Wakefield –

English External.

Tatyana Watene – Tourism

Studies; English Internal.

Charlotte Cromarty – Helen

Brew Cup for Best Short Film

Narrative; Physical Education.

Ashlea Farrar – Aerobics

Cherie Davidson Trophy.

Megan Taylor – Physics;

Design and Visual

Communication; Art Design.

Jennifer Williams –

Drama.

Suzanne Austen –

Retail and Wholesale

Studies.

Jeorgia Faimalo –

Employment Studies.

Jasmine Lange –

Biology.

Ella Sullivan –

Drama; Karsten

Scholarship

for achieving

highly across six

subjects.

Hannah

Braddick –

Photography.

Ruby Lister –

Athletics Senior

Champion; Cross

Country Senior

Champion;

Football Most Valuable Player.

Jasmine Tipler – Foundation

Studies; the Joan Conder

Memorial Award for the

student who epitomises the

Avonside values.

Trinity Christie – Te Reo

Maori.

Year 13

Faith Crockett – Early

Childhood Development;

Service Prize for Head

Librarian.

Christina Fawcett – Football

Player of the Year.

Tamara Gurden – Swimming

Senior Champion.

Cassidy Van Vuuren –

English.

Kendal Everest – Netball.

Leanne Chambers –

Services to Netball; Keenan

Cup for Most Outstanding

Netball Player.

Emily Hand – Physical

Education.

Madison Avei – English.

Aimee Blackler –

Mathematics with Statistics;

Home Economics.

Melissa Exton – Physical

Education.

Rosie Griffioen – Accounting.

Amy Kuipers – Form

Leaders Award; Clapp Cup

for Outstanding Year 9 Form

Leaders.

Rachel Maisey – Service to

Sport; Health; The Principal’s

Prize For being Head Girl.

Satori-Litia Mason – Music.

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Giverny Penny – The Old

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Alexandra Simmonds –

Textile Technology; English;

Board of Trustees Prize for

Service to the School.

Abbey Yeoman – Art Design.

Abby Jones – Most

Outstanding School

Performance Awarded to

Dragon Boating Team.

Aiane Merenciano – Digital

Technologies; English Internal.

Amy Palmer – Chemistry;

Physics; Biology; French;

Jenny Stewart Cup for French;

Form Leaders Award; Clapp

Cup for Outstanding Year 9

Form Leaders; Hugh Rankin

Education Trust Scholarship

Outstanding Achievement in

the Sciences; Dux.

Jade Taylor-Cousens – Film

and Media Studies.

Georgia van Vuuren –

Mathematics with Statistics;

Classical Studies.

Paris Carpenter – Helen

Brew Cup for Best Short Film

Documentary; Form Leaders

Awards McLachlan Cup for

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Leaders.

Johanna Church – Hockey

Most Valuable Player.

Olivia den Hollander –

Drama T F Joel Cup for

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Drama; Dance.

Leanne Hammersley –

Japanese; Nikki Brocherie Cup

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Technology.

Samantha Slatem – Drama.

Brooke Barry - Helen

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Madeleine Currie – Biology;

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Angela Leanda – Fencing;

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Grace Moran – Tourism

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Riya Patel – Art Magazine

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Emerson Pirker – Te Wai

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Jo Hayes National List MP based in Christchurch East

East stands strong through shakes

As I write this newsletter, we’re all still a little bit shaken by

the 12.02am earthquake on Monday 14 November.

We know only-too-well in Christchurch East what it’s like to

be devastated by Mother Nature, and the importance of

being kind, supportive and looking out for our neighbours.

It’s angering to know that opportunistic thieves took

advantage of the evacuation from Christchurch’s coastal

areas, but wonderful to hear of and to see the outpouring

of assistance that’s come in for those most in need in the

electorate and in North Canterbury.

“We can be proud of who we are.

At the same time though, let’s remain

vigilant, take care and be safe.”

What’s happening

It’s been a

busy month in

Christchurch

East.

I was pleased

to attend the

opening of

Christchurch’s

biggest sensory

garden in the

New Brighton

Community

Garden at

Rawhiti Domain, complete with Faerie Picnic.

Well done Kelly Dugan for creating a garden that gives

children, including those with special needs, the chance

to explore their senses through interaction with nature.

I also got to head along to the Shirley community’s Shine

Festival, a smoke-free event in McFarlane Park organised

by Shirley Community Trust. It was great to have the

opportunity to meet members of the community and chat.

Special guest at Super Seniors

In exciting news, the area’s Super Seniors’ Group has

a special speaker lined up for its afternoon tea on 28

November: the speaker of the house, Right Hon. David

Carter. Contact my office if you would like to attend.

I’m Jo Hayes, National’s list MP based in Christchurch East.

I love being a part of this wonderful, tight-knit Christchurch East

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

highlights with you of what our community and Government are

working on achieving together.

Fireworks extravaganza!

I love being a part

of the atmosphere

and the excitement

down at New

Brighton on Guy

Fawkes night. It was

good to see so many

families out enjoying

the festivities. The

fireworks display did

not disappoint!

Hot water salt pools

It’s good news that the new hot salt water pool facility and

upgrade/expansion of the existing whale pool play area in New

Brighton is on the agenda again, and even better that more than

700 residents engaged in feedback for the design.

This will be a superb facility for Christchurch East and a key project

in the revitalisation of New Brighton.

Bus clinics

My mobile clinics continue to attract constituents who bring a

variety of issues forward for me to help resolve. I’d love to see you

there, so check out the times and dates opposite.

Ground to be broken at QEII

It’s going to be an exciting day when dirt is finally turned on

the iconic QEII Park site next month for the eagerly awaited

4573sqm swimming and fitness amenities.

This is a real win for patient Christchurch East residents, who

can look forward to leisure and training pools, as well as

a hydroslide, water adventure playground, steamroom and

sauna, fitness centre and a cafe.

Influential woman

Finally, I would like to congratulate Oakley Brown Pharmacy

Group CEO Carolyn Oakley-Brown on being a finalist in the

Women of Influence awards in the business enterprise category.

You may have met Carolyn down at New Brighton Pharmacy,

which she owns.

Let’s talk

Please come along and see me. I’ll be

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November at:

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6) Richmond

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Please phone our office on

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Tuesday November 22 2016

PEGASUS POST

LONG OR STRONG,

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If you’re near the sea, and you’re in an earthquake that is:

Strong enough to make it difficult to stand up; or

A long, rolling earthquake that lasts a minute or more

Immediately head inland or for higher ground

Share official warnings with neighbours, family and friends near

the coast.

Don’t wait for the tsunami sirens – long or strong, get gone.

Wait for official messages giving the all clear before returning.

Get through

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Be prepared – Have a getaway kit ready.

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Clean dentures vital

for healthy gums

For those with dentures, keeping them clean and well maintained is vital for the

health of your gum tissues, says Ryan Carlton of Dentures Plus in Innes Road.

He and his team of clinicians provide services for full

and partial dentures – from making and fitting them,

follow-up care, through to repairs and relining and a full

range of denture cleaning products.

These include denture cleaners, brushes and denture

baths for soaking the dentures.

One product Ryan particularly recommends is Caldent

denture cleaner, as it is non-abrasive and effectively

removes stains, calculus and plaque.

“It works wonders,” he says. “Years of stains

and plaque can be removed with this product.”

Customers don’t have to make a special trip

to Dentures Plus to purchase it, they can order

it through the Dentures Plus website, www.

denturesplus.co.nz, for delivery anywhere in

Christchurch and throughout the country, Ryan

says.

People may need to get full or partial dentures

for various reasons, such as accidents or tooth

decay, and Ryan and his two other clinicians,

Nicole Yee and Thomas Gu, will ensure the

whole process goes as smoothly as possible.

“We provide the right treatment plan and

solution for our patients. Once we have seen them, we

make up the dentures before their appointment with the

dentist for the extraction,” Ryan says.

“After the teeth are removed, the dentures are fitted

immediately – this gives much better results.”

A follow-up appointment after a few months will enable

the clinician to check that the dentures are fitting correctly

and make any necessary adjustments.

Ryan also advises that people with existing dentures

should have them checked every two to three years to

make sure they are not starting to wear, which could cause

discomfort in the future. A free, no-obligation check-up

will determine if the dentures need some attention, or

even replacing.

Dentures Plus, 396 Innes Road, is open Monday to

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday November 22 2016 13

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Cramping pain in my

leg when I try to walk

Intermittent Claudication

This kind of cramping (sometimes called

“window -shopping legs”) is triggered by

normal exertion of the leg muscles and

is typically caused by obstruction of the

arteries. Sufferers have to find themselves a

regular excuse to stop for a while to allow

the blood flow to reach the cramped up

muscles.

The official name for this condition is

Intermittent Claudication. Claudication is

pain and/or cramping in the lower leg due

to inadequate blood flow to the muscles.

The pain usually causes the person to

limp. The word “claudication” comes from

the Latin “claudicare” meaning to limp.

Claudication typically is felt while walking,

and subsides with rest. It is commonly

referred to as “intermittent” claudication

because it comes and goes with exertion

and rest. In severe claudication, the pain is

also felt at rest.

It is a painful condition that really

“cramps people’s lifestyle”. The pain free

walking distance tends to get shorter as the

condition progresses. If you suffer from

this condition it is crucial to understand

that the body actually finds a way to

increase the blood flow to the legs IF

THE DEMAND is there. It is like every

thing in the body……..”use it or lose it”.

Unfortunately many people with this

condition end up in a vicious cycle; the

pain stops the walking, and the lack of

walking increases the problem.

Exercise is recommended to greatly

reduce symptoms and to increase

pain free walking distance. Eight years

ago on request of the vascular nurse

in Christchurch hospital, Physical

Sense started a two weekly circuit for

Intermittent Claudication patients. The

pilot program started with 50 clients.

• 82% of all clients, experienced

improvement in their walking distance

• Quite a number of clients doubled their

walking distance, for some it even became

limitless.

• After a year 88% of clients were still active

• There was an exceptionally low dropout

rate of only 8%

• The 18% who did not notice a difference

in relation to their walking distance still

enjoyed all the other benefits of exercise

(to heart, lungs, sugar levels, bone health,

balance and mood etc.)

People always start in a group, so they

get the benefit of a guided introduction to

more exercise and the use of the gym. In

the groups we are looking at 50-80+ year

olds that are giving their legs a workout

by using steppers, treadmills, stationary

bikes and other exercise stations. That way

they also benefit from working out with

people who suffer the same problems. “It

is amazing the support and wisdom people

receive from each other” Ietje says. In this

“circuit setup” every client can work in

their own tempo, and people simply sit

down and have a rest when the “cramping

in the leg” becomes too much. Some

people stay in the group and some choose

to use the gym by themselves to keep

on top of their claudication.

At Physical Sense they have been

going strong with the Intermittent

Claudication class ever since the first

class eight years ago.

You can try the classes for FREE. If

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“This is different from “night-cramps” Ietje van Stolk, (physiotherapist

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Taking the

pain out of

Christmas

If you, or someone you know, suffers

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swollen feet and hands, a gift of an Aircycle

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This NZ invention has helped thousands

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It’s a great circulation booster, reduces

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“After a 26 hour flight, I skipped off the

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An Aircycle could be the best present

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027 331-3223

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027 331-3223

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2014713

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Tuesday November 22 2016

See the Stripper that

gets it off, everytime!

Ideal For:

Joinery

PEGASUS POST

Marine

Simon Cooper from the Cooper’s strip club

By Dave Hare,

Coopers was started by Simon Cooper in the early

80’s.

At that time, Simon was a cabinet maker with a

boutique shop in Wellington making and restoring

fine furniture.

Disillusioned with the standard of current paint

strippers and with a flair for chemistry, Simon set

about making a stripper that was easy to use and

actually worked.

I asked him what on earth possessed him to try and

change the norm.

“I was sick of how difficult it

was to use the current

strippers, and knew sanding

was a complete waste of

time,” Simon says.

“Why sand when the person

who made the item, sanded

it in the first place? I was

determined to make a

product that was easy to use

and made sanding obsolete.”

Simon is Kiwi-born and bred

and as a dairy farmer’s son

he was taught at a young age

to work things out, rather

than to accept things as they

are.

At high school he developed

a passion for working with

wood and his love of fine

furniture began.

Once Simon developed his

own stripper, the word got

out and today, over 30 years

later, Simon’s products and

methods are now known as

Cooper’s Strip Club; a

complete DIY restoration

system, family owned and operated, available

throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Simon says Cooper’s is different to conventional

strippers in so many ways. The main ones being

that it will strip any finish from any surface,

without the need for sanding.

“I am very proud of it and the results it has

achieved,” he says.

With Cooper’s having been used on well over

100,000 homes, Simon says anyone can easily strip

anything covered in paint or varnish, whether the

finish is interior or exterior. Coopers is regularly

used on antique furniture, doors, windows,

detailed mouldings, floor glue, decks, painted

concrete or brick, your special project car or boat,

even the weatherboards baked by the sun for over

100 years.

I also asked Simon about the current problems

related to safe lead removal. Simon says.

“Because there is no lead dust created through

sanding, or lead vapour generated by heat guns,

lead poisoning is no longer a concern”

I asked Simon what the Stripping Expo is all about

and he said, “The Stripping Expo is a DIY paint and

varnish stripping exhibition travelling regionally

throughout New Zealand.”

“The purpose of the Stripping Expo is to show

Cooper’s stripping any paint or varnish from any

surface.”

Simon says our next expo is at the Bridge Club in

Christchurch, “We have on exhibition some

impressive before and after displays, as well as

practical one on one demonstrations.”

Come and meet the family, chat to us about your

project, bring along some photos of what you want

to strip and we’ll select a similar old piece of paint

or varnish to strip with you.” But what Simon really

wants you to do is actually bring along your

project, or a piece of it, no matter how big or small.

bring a chair, a drawer, unscrew a window sash, a

door, a piece of moulding or even your project car

or boat and they will really show you what

Cooper’s is capable of doing.

“The hall has ample parking and

easy access so impress us with

what you bring along”

Automotive

Furniture

Floors

Exterior

Masonry

Decks

We’ll Show You How

at the Stripping Expo

...and so much more

Testimonial:

Dear Coopers

After using your products I cannot believe I have

the same windows, they look totally revitalised,

almost alive. I would recommend Cooper’s to

anyone, any day.

Margaret Gibbs

Expo Specials

Simon Cooper shows Dave Hare how its done at the

Waiuku Stripping Expo

Mary took the opportunity to see Cooper’s in action at

the Lower Hutt Stripping Expo

George Cooper (left) was impressed by the

Land Rover at the Masterton Expo

This Weekend

No

Sanding

Ask about a home demonstration

Christchurch Stripping Expo:

Christchurch Bridge Club

21 Nova Place

Christchurch Central

Sat 26 - Sun 27 Nov

Anytime between 10am - 4pm

0800 678 678

www.coopersstripclub.com

Dorri Cooper at the Rangiora Stripping Expo

Christchurch

Stripping Expo

Free Entry

NZ

Made

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