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No problem with DCL – East

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

LOCAL COMMUNITY board

members appear split over whether

the organisation charged with

revitalising New Brighton is doing

its job.

Linda Stewart says the Coastal

Burwood Community Board’s

relationship with the city councilowned

Development Christchurch

Ltd is “fragmented.”

Ms Stewart said DCL has failed to

connect with both the community

board and residents.

Last month fellow board member

and city councillor Glenn Livingstone

criticised DCL’s communication

with the board.

Said Ms Stewart: “I feel things are

fragmented right now, and that we

aren’t involved in their consultation

. . . a public meeting is needed

where everyone can ask questions

and everyone hears the answer instead

of these online questionnaires

run by council.”

But city councillor and community

board member David East said

there was no problem with communication

with DCL.

“I feel there is more than appropriate

contact between DCL and the

board. They attend our meetings on

a regular basis. The chair and deputy

are in contact regularly,” he said.

Mr East said he was unsure why

Cr Livingstone and Ms Stewart were

critical.

DCL chairman Bill Dwyer said he

was “perplexed” by the community

board’s dissatisfaction.

Cr Livingstone said he wants

the community board and local

residents to be more involved with

decisions DCL was making about

the suburb’s future.

•Turn to page 3

David East

Toughing it

out against

the odds

It may have been a slightly chilly day to be

barrelling down a foam-covered slippery

slide but Chisnallwood Intermediate pupils

Josh Cooper (left), Bailey Riddell-Gowans

(standing) and Cheyne Milligan are tough

kids. They took part in Sport Canterbury’s

Tough Kids event, held at South New

Brighton Park last week.

•More photos, page 11

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News........................................3-7

NOTE DOWN March 4 in your

diary – it’s a nine and a half hour

rock concert out at Lincoln.

And today (on page 5) we have

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what will be an amazing concert,

I suspect.

Mi-Sex, Dragon, the Jordan

Luck Band, Sharon O’Neill, Annie

Crummer, Margaret Urlich, Debbie

Harwood, Jason Kerrison and

a few local bands will make it one

heck of a concert.

It’s bound to be warm, dry and

Lincoln, not too far from the city,

is a great venue.

The promoters are also putting

on buses that leave different parts

of the district, in the ticket price,

if you don’t want to take the car.

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday December 6 2016 3

News

Buck to stand down as chair

•From page 1

Ms Stewart said DCL had met

informally with the new board

after their election on October

9, but said communication and

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

SALLY BUCK will stand

down as chairwoman of the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board midway

through her three-year term.

She was voted chairwoman at

the board’s first official meeting

last month. But she told the

Pegasus Post the board agreed

she would step down after 18

months in order to allow a

younger member of the board

to take up the role.

She was nominated for the

role due to her experience as

being a city councillor and on

the Canterbury District Health

Board.

The board are in support of

this move, members Darrell

Latham, Brenda Lowe-Johnson,

Tim Lindley and Jake McLellan,

as well as city councillors

Sara Templeton, Yani Johanson

and Deon Swiggs backed Ms

Buck’s call to stand down half-

Sally Buck

way through.

But a lone voice against the

proposal Alexandra Davids has

voiced her disapproval at the

decision.

“I think the chair is a very

important role and should be

continual throughout the three

years,” she said.

Ms Davids was nominated

for both chair and deputy but

consultation between the two

was “fragmented.”

Cr Livingstone said DCL and

Regenerate Christchurch met

with the board a couple of times

Alexandra Davids

missed out.

Ms Davids said she was “a

little disappointed” she wasn’t

elected for either position.

“Politics seems to get in the

way sometimes,” she said.

She also ran for city councillor

against incumbent Cr

Johanson but missed out by

about 1400 votes in the local

body elections.

No problem with DCL – East

in the last term.

“We have good relationships

with them but good to take

nothing for granted and keep

those relationships going.

Ms Buck said sharing the

load is a good way to spread the

amount of work to be done by

the board. She said continuity

would not be an issue and

residents could contact whoever

they liked on the board.

“It is the same people on the

community board whoever

chairs it. Residents contact all

the board members, not just the

chair,” she said.

In other community boards,

Papanui-Innes chairwoman Ali

Jones said her board considered

all options including sharing

the chairperson’s role, but

decided “consistency was the

key.”

And Coastal-Burwood

chairwoman Kim Money said

it was not a question that arose

in their discussions over the

chairperson’s role, and that

she would be chair for the full

term and Tim Sintes would be

deputy for the full term.

These are critical years where

people will be expecting to

see development on the river

corridor,” Cr Livingstone

said.

In Brief

RESIDENTS’ RAISE ISSUES

The South Brighton Residents’

Association raised a number of

concerns with the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board at its recent

meeting. The association asked

for help and guidance around

the working of its new premises

on Bridge St. They asked about

gardening bees, a plot of land in the

community centre park and what

could be done about a “significant

pothole” near a picnic table, which

the association labelled a health and

safety concern. City council staff

advice was given that a mowing and

grounds maintenance contract is in

place and steps are in place to repair

land damage around the hall.

RUN FOR HOSPICE

Shirley House of Travel helped raise

more than $2000 for Nurse Maude

Hospice. It was one of 11 House

of Travel offices to take part in the

House of Travel Triathlon Festival,

which aimed to raise money for the

hospice. Forty staff from the travel

agency were involved in the race and

as marshals. About 382 people took

part in the event held at Pegasus

Lake on November 27.

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Aranui’s Aldershot St and Ben Rarere

Ave will undergo kerb and channel

repairs. Stronger Christchurch

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Your Local Views

PEGASUS POST

Out of adversity can

grow something exciting

Southern

Zone Rugby

League

general

manager

Steve

Martin talks

about the

impact the

earthquakes have had on

eastern suburbs league

clubs

The Christchurch

earthquakes had a tremendous

impact on communities in

the Canterbury area. Severe

dislocation occurred within all

sectors of the community. For

the eastern side of Christchurch

this was particularly strongly

felt.

Rugby league is a sport that

reaches into all sectors of the

community and is very important

for many people living in

the east.

The two largest clubs

the Aranui Eagles and the

Celebration Lions have shown

terrific resilience in not only

continuing to provide rugby

league to its community but

also by enhancing participation

opportunities.

The Aranui Eagles through

the work of some dedicated volunteers,

including Cathy Irwin

a stalwart who unfortunately

passed away during the year,

have managed to get agreement

with the city council to upgrade

their fields.

A wonderful community facility

has been built which caters

for all manner of events in the

community and which they with

other users.

Funding was secured for lights

that are capable of hosting night

games on one of their fields and

the club itself has embraced key

messages in mental wellness and

youth suicide as well as domestic

violence.

The club has these issues at the

forefront of their club environment

which is a very positive and

welcoming one.

Similarly, the Celebration

Lions have invested heavily

in rugby league as well as the

multitude of other sports and

recreation that they are involved

with.

A huge facility catering for

many sports is under construction

and a gymnasium is almost

complete.

This progressive organisation

provides support to its members

and the wider community and

the creation of new facilities

will benefit the eastern side of

Christchurch.

Both clubs hold their own

kaupapas and strong identities

within the community and in

true eastern spirit they have a

fantastic working relationship,

one of total support on and off

the pitch for the betterment of

all.

Out of adversity can grow

something new and exciting.

This is the case on the eastern

side for rugby league.

FLAME FILES

Move bins away from buildings

Fire risk management

officer Mark Thomas writes

about people lighting

fires with no regard to the

consequences

WITHOUT GOING into

details just in case it encourages

those who think it’s cool or

funny to light fires, there was a

skip set alight this week at one of

the city’s newer attractions.

THe potential was quite serious

in a town where re-building

our heritage has been a six-year

journey that so far has no end in

sight.

The real message I want to

convey is that there are people

in our midst who will do this

sort of thing without regard for

the consequences and in some

cases will be well aware of the

consequences and hoping they

occur.

Mostly they will take the easy

way. So things like skips and

even rubbish bins that are placed

close to a building with easy

access in the middle of the night

are an open invitation.

It’s not so difficult to overcome

this by locked compounds or

even merely placing the skip as

far from your building as possible.

The heartache, the clean-up,

the rebuilding are all things

we’ve been through. We don’t

need it again.

Note to travellers.

Most New Zealand

backpackers are

protected by smoke

alarms that sound right

through the building

and roust everybody

out. So lighting incense

in your room is not

recommended.

Particularly just on

midnight when most

are asleep. As happened

in New Brighton last

Sunday.

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Win tickets to rock event

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festival in Canterbury – here’s

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Star Media is giving away 10

double passes to Live In Lincoln

Selwyn Sounds on Saturday,

March 4, featuring some of New

Zealand’s all-time favourite

bands.

Headlining is Mi-Sex where

they will launch their new album

Not From Here.

Dragon will also be playing,

as well as Sharon O’Neill, Annie

Crummer, Margaret Urlich and

Debbie Harwood, Jordan Luck

and his new band, and multiaward

winning singer-songwriter

Jason Kerrison.

There will also be a number of

local bands in what will be

an amazing day and early

evening of live music (11.30am-

8.30pm).

Only a 25min drive from

Christchurch, the concert will

take place at the community reserve

Lincoln Domain. This will

be the largest musical concert the

picturesque town has ever hosted

in its rich history.

This massive line-up will bring

some of the greatest songs from

the last few decades in Kiwi music

to life on stage, mixed in with

some new releases that no doubt

will enter musical history in time

to come.

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Recovery park could

stay open until 2021

• By Fraser Walker-Pearce

THE BURWOOD Resource

Recovery Park may now not

close until 2021.

Burwood Resource Recovery

Park Ltd, the company in

charge of the BRRP, has applied

to Environment Canterbury

to continue operations until

December 2021.

Its resource consent is

currently set to expire in

December 2020 after the

company was granted resource

consents earlier this year to

extend the park.

The site is owned by the

city council but operated by

Waste Management New

Zealand.

​The park receives, stockpiles,

processes, recycles and removes

construction and building

material exclusively sourced

from the demolition works

resulting from the February 22,

2011, earthquake and associated

aftershocks.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Linda Stewart

said Parklands residents still

had health concerns about the

resource park’s operations.

“It’s a big concern to

Parklands residents. It’s always

been a health issue. What I

have seen is illnesses develop in

the area and the surrounding

community because of the park.

Respiratory and eye issues,

they’re the two most common,”

she said.

Parklands resident Cecil

Murphy said her community

is worried about the park’s air

pollution.

“When it comes to putting the

sewage in the ponds it’s on you

to make a choice to swim there

or not, but with air pollution

you don’t have that choice . . .

I’ve developed an eye problem,

my husband now has a chest

problem and has to have an

inhaler, and my neighbour was

taken to hospital with chest

problems and we feel that’s to

do with the air pollution,” she

said.

But city councillor David East,

who is a director of the landfill

and of Transwaste Canterbury

said it is likely that operations

would be finished before the

proposed 2021 deadline, and the

consent would act as a “buffer”

for its operations.

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PEGASUS POST Tuesday December 6 2016 7

News

Get ready for Chch’s iconic fun run

THOUSANDS OF Cantabrians from

all walks of life are starting their

preparations for The Star City2Surf

with Mike Pero on Sunday, March 19.

Entries are now open for the 43rd

running of the event.

In the past, the 14km event (starting

at Centennial Park) has been

seen as for runners only, but with

the introduction of the very popular

Sport Canterbury 6km event (starting

at Hansen Park), this fun run is really

about movement, whether it be running,

jogging or walking.

Both events finish at Ferrymead

playing fields, which will be full of

family entertainment and prizes. The

fun run is also free to participants

under 10-years-old.

Next year’s The Star City2Surf with

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Looking to inspire others to put

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until December 31.

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The family began its journey to a

healthy lifestyle through a Facebook

page Hungry4Hauora. It highlights

the family’s journey of ups and downs

on the way to a healthy lifestyle.

Normally very camera shy, Rudolph

and wife Telena want to inspire others,

especially the Maori and Pacific

community.

After just two months of regular

exercise and nutritious eating, Mr

Diaz says he has already noticed a difference

in his energy levels and skin

health.

Working as a health and well-being

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to use The Star City2Surf with Mike

Pero as a vehicle for change.

He Waka Tapu had 600 participants

in the 2016 event and is aiming to

reach 1000 participants in 2017.

The family has already set about

getting active, regularly attending

training circuits with the Hale Compound

Conditioning organisation.

“A big part of the fitness group we

are in is to set goals throughout the

year. City2Surf is the main goal for a

lot of people in our group,” Mr Diaz

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Getting fit for the 6km or 14km

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family who are looking to get to their

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Courtney McGregor

Olympic gymnast returns home

Courtney McGregor, 18, caught the nation’s

attention at the Rio Olympics. Fraser Walker-Pearce

talked to the gymnast about how she found out

she had been selected for Rio, the United States

college system and what it’s like to be back home

in Halswell again

Hi Courtney, you’ve had an

incredible year. What was it like

competing at the Olympics?

The Olympics was amazing.

It was a lot of hard work to get

there in the first place and I just

hoped I’d be there. So to get on

the team was amazing. We were

aiming for top 16 and I managed

13th and had no major mistakes

so that was pretty awesome.

How long has it been a dream

for you to compete at the

Olympics?

Oh wow, for a long time.

Definitely from a really young

age, from maybe six or seven.

I always thought I’d go to the

Olympics, I always just assumed

I’d go as kids do. I figured out as

time went on that it was a little

harder than I initially thought it

was.

And when did you actually

think it was possible that you

could become an Olympic

athlete?

I think it was at the 2015

worlds’ competition. I did better

than anyone thought. I think

probably after that test event, I

had to get a certain all-round

score and when I got that I

thought that it could be a possibility,

but I still had to get a lot

checked off. I still remember the

call we got from the GymSport

New Zealand chief executive

officer; he told us we weren’t allowed

to tell anyone and we had

to Facetime (video call) him to

find out whether I was in or out.

He called my mum and I, and he

told us I was going. I was only

allowed to tell immediate family

and it was at least three or four

days walking around telling my

school mates that I didn’t know

yet before I could tell people.

That must have been hard!

What happened after you were

selected for the team?

I got flown up to Auckland

where they announced the

gymnastics team, all of us were

announced. There was a lot of

media there that day and we

must have each told our life story

about 10 times.

Talking to other Christchurch

gymnasts, they were all excited

to hear you were on your way

back from college in the United

States. How do you handle

being a role model for younger

gymnasts?

It’s pretty cool I think, and

kind of surreal. I went into the

Christchurch School of Gymnastics

and all the wee kids were

all excited and happy to see me

which was cool. Then I went over

to Olympia (Gymnastic Sports)

to see a friend who is a coach

there and I saw her little girls

and they were all excited as well.

You’re at home at the

moment, but when that’s

finished you’ll head back to the

United States?

Yes. At the moment I’m based

over at Boise State University in

the US on a gymnastics scholarship.

So that starts back up in

January, so I’ll be heading back

over there soon.

What are the big

competitions you’ll be looking

forward to in both college and

New Zealand next year?

Next year there is the 2017

worlds in Montreal, Canada,

which is kind of close to

where I am. And also the

Commonwealth Games in 2018.

But I think that might interfere

with some of the college events.

So you might miss the

Commonwealth Games? That’s

a bit annoying?

It’s just that it coincides with

the college gymnastics season.

TOP GYMNAST: Courtney McGregor is back in Halswell visiting

family after representing New Zealand in the Rio Olympics.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

They always have regionals and

nationals and that kind of thing

at the end of their season so it

might clash.

What was seeing younger

gymnasts at your old club like?

It was pretty special. It’s kind

of crazy that I now inspire the

younger kids when I was in their

shoes a few years ago. Some clubs

haven’t had the most successful

events recently, but they’ve got

good programmes in place and

I think they’ll be doing fine soon.

Tell me a bit about some of

the young kids’ reactions to

seeing you?

Some were really shy when

they came up, but some were

really confident. It was funny

seeing their reactions and quite

cool that they look up to me.

And are you studying a

subject over at Boise State as

well?

Yes, I’m doing a lot of studying

on general things, but I’m also

doing health science. The set up

is kind of different over there as

compared to in New Zealand.

So are you aiming to become

a doctor or a surgeon or

something like that?

I’m not 100 per cent sure yet,

but I might want to be a doctor.

There’s so many schools over

here I really don’t know which

ones are the best for studying to

be a doctor.

In terms of your scholarship,

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assemblies and hour-long lunch

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you were over in Rio and at

college?

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I got to meet all the final five

gymnasts and Simone Biles

(all-round vault and floor gold

medallist from the US) and

everyone like that and I get to

see them sometimes, because

most of them are in college

gymnastics now. When we were

in Rio, we trained with them all,

we were in the same part of the

Olympic Village as the American

team, which was great.

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few of them?

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Rockabilly style rocks New Brighton

The best of the 1950’s rock and roll era was on

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car show. More than 300 hotrods, classic and muscle

cars rolled and rumbled into New Brighton, with

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

From the Principal’s Desk

The theme of my address today is ‘Where passion meets learning.”

i am reminded of Dr. Martin luther King Junior’s words:

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in

moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at

times of challenge and controversy.”

in recent times we have been tested as a school and Board. as

the christchurch education landscape continues to change new

schools to the east and West are being built. What impact will

this have on our school? Millions of dollars are being poured into others, what does this

mean for us?

Mairehau high School has entered the ‘Master Planning’ building stage of renewal. The

Ministry of education (Moe), school and community are expecting roll growth in the near

future. as a school and community, we are planning for the growth in our school. But we are

yet to see it. our school competes with the rest of christchurch, we only have a small cut of

the property ‘pie’, as we implement a 4.5 million dollar upgrade. our staff, Board, and school

are asking for more. The Ministry hides behind the veil of politics and policy. The government

is saying they have no more money for us, and tell us to do better with what we have got.

at Mairehau high School teachers are passionate about their school, and passionate about

student learning. We will strengthen our resolve, be very optimistic, and expect our students

to succeed and achieve. We expect our students to do very well this year.

We need your help, and i am asking students, staff, and parents to spread the good messages

about your school, Mairehau high School. Tell everyone what a fantastic learning place we

have. We know when people enter our school gates, they stay.

among today’s awards assembly are students who have always known they would do well

at school and go on to undertake study at a tertiary level, be it university or Polytech. Beside

them are those students who a few years ago could not have imagined completing Year 13.

Some of you are gifted learners who have found pleasure in your learning. others of you

have had to struggle for every achievement or unit standard. But each of you can look to the

future, nurtured from the Mairehau high School environment.

We expect you to demonstrate the highest values and qualities, that we expect of all

students.

The 2016 education review office (ero) report contained the following comments.’

an acknowledgment of the school’s welcoming and inclusive school climate

• Confirms its highly skilled teaching staff and supportive pastoral systems,

• The quality of school leadership, and the consistently high levels of student engagement

with and success at learning.

other points highlighted in the complimentary ero report include the quality of teaching,

the strength, and quality of self- review and improvement processes in the school and the

belief that all these successes and practices are fully sustainable as the school moves toward

the future.

Mairehau high School espouses the values of self and mutual respect and encourages

excellence in all endeavours.

i take this opportunity to thank every member of Mairehau high School staff for the work

which they have done this year in contributing to the education of our students. in my view,

education is about the interface between teacher and learner. This is where the real magic of

learning occurs. This is where we can actually make a difference to young people.

our teachers work hard to engage our students in meaningful and purposeful learning.

our students are expected to reach excellence. our teachers actively encourage and provide

numerous opportunities to enable each student to attain personal excellence.

education is a partnership between school, family, and student as each one impacts on the

other. Working together is critical, in the all round education of each student.

i would like to thank our Board chair Mr. roger Welsh and members of the Board of Trustees

for their sound governance and trusteeship of the school. We are extremely fortunate to have

such a committed group of people serving our School and community.

We are unified under the umbrella of raising student achievement, expectation, and attitude.

i thank you all for your continued support.

i congratulate all students on your achievements, and i also congratulate your parents,

family and your teachers and all who have helped you during these years of school. Strive to

succeed in whatever life holds for you. Maintain high expectations, take opportunities and

be innovative when faced with life’s challenges.

i acknowledge all Year 13 students and school leavers. as you prepare for your external

examinations, and to move out of the security of school to take the first giant leap into the

next stage of your life, aim for excellence in all that you do.

all the very best for 2017.

Harry romana, Principal

Senior Awards Evening

Overall Excellence in Year 11

Samantha Couch:

1st english

1st history

1st Music

Niko Smith:

1st Design and Visual communication

1st Digital Technology

1st Mathematics

Overall Excellence in Year 12

Ivannia Osuna Fregoso:

1st english

1st history

1st Photography

Benjamin Lowe:

1st chemistry

1st Digital information

1st Design and Visual communication

1st Mathematics and Statistics

Samantha Couch

Ivannia Osuna Fregoso

Niko Smith

Benjamin Lowe

Scholarships

We are thrilled to announce the following scholarships that

have been awarded to our Year 13 students.

Rebekah Williams –

uc emerging leaders Scholarship (based on all round excellence and head girl status)

Kavita Pillay –

university of otago leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship (based on academic

achievement and leadership)

Mitchell Huisman –

university of Wellington Victoria achievers Scholarship

Eliza Thompson -

university of otago Performance Scholarship (based on students who have

demonstrated academic ability and who are at an elite level for their chosen sport or

cultural discipline)

Megan Wilson –

university of otago alumni appeal Scholarship - (based on academically strong

students)

LEFT TO RIGHT, Kavita Pillay, Rebekah Williams, Mitchel Huisman, Eliza Thompson, Megan Wilson.

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

Citizenship Awards

We would like to acknowledge the recipients of The avon

Shirley Masonic lodge citizenship award, recognizing

service to the school and donated by The avon Shirley

Masonic lodge.

The lodge presented two awards, one to a senior girl and

the other to a senior boy, who in the opinion of the staff and

Principal, best exemplify the qualities of good citizenship.

These qualities include tolerance, kindness, and tact relating

to others.

Kavita Pillay has emerged as a selfless and very talented

service-oriented leader in our school community. She has

Kavita Pillay

supported day-to-day school operations by helping as a

host at parent-teacher interviews, being a peer supporter, contributing to service projects

such as community collections, doing leadership work for the school choir, providing

leadership at year level assemblies and for grounds duties, and initiating fundraising

activities to support student events. She has also played with and coached younger

players in sports teams, helped with and led the organisation of the talent quest, and

provided opportunities for our diverse ethnic families to showcase their cultures.

congratulations to KAVITA PILLAY.

Chris Nicholson

Mairehau High School

Outstanding Sportsperson of

the Year, and recipient of the

Sutherland Whanau Cup

ELIZA THOMPSON.

eliza Thompson is our Sportsperson of the Year

and excels in the sport of ice hockey. She was

honoured in the recent colours awards for all of

her achievements over a number of years.

eliza was a member of the canterbury

Devilettes, the senior Women’s ice hockey team,

that competed in the New Zealand Women’s ice

hockey league.

She was also selected for the ice Fernz, the New

Zealand Senior Women’s ice hockey Team for

the first time this year. Eliza was also selected

for the New Zealand under-18 Women’s

Development team, her fourth year in this side.

eliza has also been named as a reserve for the

2017 ice Fernz (she was not available for full

selection due to the tournament clashing with

the start of the 2017 university year).

chris Nicholson has actively engaged in his own

learning, worked well with others, and applied himself

to his achievement goals. he is relentlessly helpful and

cheerful in supporting and helping staff whenever he

is asked to, which is often, because he has many useful

skills.

he has done excellent work as a peer supporter for a

Year 9 class and as a peer mentor for the Year 10 cohort

this year. his support for young students within his

team of technical crew for all media, production and

public relations work has been outstanding. outside of

school, he has had a service conscience from a young

age, progressing through children’s service groups such

a Scouts, and becoming a leader. he has supported

community events in a range of roles through this

connection.

congratulations to CHRIS NICHOLSON.

Eliza Thompson

Premier Academic Awards

our evening concluded with our Premier

academic awards. it gives us great pleasure to

highlight our two most successful academic

students, the runner-up to the Mairehau

Scholar and our Mairehau Scholar for 2016.

“our runner-up is a focused, insightful, and very

competent academic who has always worked

to his potential, achieving results at levels in

advance of his cohort. This year he has already

achieved his Ncea level 3 with excellence

endorsement. his teachers describe him as

a conscientious, polite, considerate, friendly,

and focused self-manager. he has a natural

aptitude for the sciences, often revealing deep

understanding and exceptional talent.

We are all proud of his contributions to our

school & his accomplishments, & we wish him

well as he begins his tertiary studies at otago

university next year.

Here is his 2016 academic profile:

• 1st Biology

Conor Hassan

• 1st Chemistry

• 2nd= Physics

it gives us great pleasure in congratulating our runner-up to the Mairehau Scholar,

CONOR HASSAN.

our premier award goes to another exceptional student who exhibits all of

the highest qualities which we strive for in our students. She is well organised,

conscientious, academically able, and calm. her ability to engage with her learning in

multi-faceted ways has set her apart; she is sufficiently equipped, mentally and abilitywise,

to tackle three Scholarship examinations this year. This is no mean feat.

We are all extremely proud of her achievements and contributions, over five years of

study at our school, and wish her all the very best as she embarks on tertiary study

next year.

here is her 2016 academic profile:

• 1st Classical Studies

• 1st History

• 1st= English

• 1st= Visual Art Painting

Please congratulate, and celebrate with us, the 2016 Mairehau Scholar, ELIZA

THOMPSON.

Best Dressed Couple at our senior Formal

Douglas and Natasha

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tools, personal grooming items and

gadgets to put a smile on their face on

Christmas morning.

Speaking of smiles, nothing gives families

more joy than seeing the excitement

of the children opening their presents.

Whether they are delivered by Santa or

snuck under the tree by mum and dad,

the cuddly toys, games, dolls and building

blocks, the candy canes, toy trucks and

pretty dresses currently filling the shops

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the smallest family members.

The tweens and teens usually have their

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Christmas

Creative wrapping

adds intrigue to gifts

Most of the malls offer a free gift-wrapping service, which

is a great help at this busy time, but for those who prefer

to wrap their own here are a few ideas to make gifts look

unique and exciting.

The first tip to make the job easier and

the wrapping look more professional is to

do the task on a flat surface – a table or a

hard floor.

Recycling has become an important

aspect of modern-day life, and that’s easy

to do with gift-wrapping. For example,

those brown paper bags you have put

aside are ideal, especially for odd-shaped

gifts. To give them a Christmassy look,

you could glue on those left-over pieces

of wrapping paper from last year that are

too small to use, and add a candy cane or

chocolate with the gift tag.

Another quirky idea is to wrap your gifts

in fabric. You could cut up a garment you

no longer wear, or look out those left over

pieces from curtains or clothing you have

made. Tie them up with fabric ribbon to

complete the look.

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Using newspaper or cardboard boxes as

wrapping is another recycling idea, and

you could add a festive look by tying

them with Christmas ribbon.

For long-shaped gifts, why not wrap them

to look like a Christmas cracker. Place a

tube of cardboard around the item, then

put it inside a sheet of wrapping paper,

secure it with tape then scrunch up the

ends like a cracker and tie them off with

coloured ribbon.

Kitchen foil is another wrapping option.

Being silver and shiny it already has a

festive look, which you could enhance

with bright-coloured ribbon.

Make a container, such as a jar, tin or

tray one part of the gift. Complete it with

chocolates, nuts or biscuits and wrap the

gift in clear cellophane tied with brightcoloured

ribbon.

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SPORTS

CHAMPION: Myka Black, of New Brighton Catholic School, was

crowned year 8 boys’ champion. ​

SURF’S UP: Rawhiti School’s Dara O’Malley won the year 7 boys’ title.

PHOTOS: MARK O’MALLEY

Surfers impress at school champs

LOCAL SURFERS were among

the winners at the South Island

Primary School Champs, which

took place on Saturday at North

Beach.

New Brighton Catholic School’s

Myka Black took home the year 8

boys’ title, while Rawhiti School’s

Dara O’Malley was equally

impressive in winning the year 7

boys’ title.

The championship, now in its

13th year was run by the North

Wai Boardriders Club.

Saturday’s wind provided testing

condition for organisers and

surfers. However, good numbers

and some impressive action on

the water made for a great day’s

surfing.

Results:

Year 6 and under boys: Campbell

Heasley, 1; Jack Tyro, 2; Jack Mc-

Kenzie, 3; Tom Robertson, 4.

Year 7 boys: Dara O’Malley, 1;

Jack McKenzie, 2; Brooklyn Ward,

3; Liam Heasley, 4.

Year 7 girls: Ava Henderson, 1;

Grace Hately, 2; Caoimhe Hungerford,

3; Lucy Asher, 4.

Year 8 boys: Myka Black, 1;

James Miller, 2; Jai Oakley, 3; Dara

O’Malley, 4.

Year 8 girls: Ava Henderson, 1;

Lily Robertson, 2; Eden Hungerford,

3; Ruby Armstrong, 4.

YOUNG GUNS: Campbell Heasley (above left), of Broomfield School, added to his trophy

cabinet, winning the year 6 and under boys’ title. Ava Henderson, of Sumner School, took

away two titles on Saturday, winning both the year 7 and 8 girls’ titles.


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Email fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

South Brighton Choral Society

Christmas Notes

Sunday, December 11, from

2pm

The Christmas notes concert

is being performed by the local

choral society. Refreshments

will be served at the end of the

concert.

New Brighton Union Church

Hall, Cnr Union and Collingwood

Sts, New Brighton. Adults

$10, children $2

Mums ’n’ Dads and Bubs

Group

Every Wednesday from

10.30am-12.30pm

Go along to the Mums ’n’ Dads

and Bubs group hosted at the

Linwood Playcentre. Meet other

mums and dads in your area, enjoy

shared kai and a coffee while

watching the kids play and learn.

Older siblings are welcome to

visit as well. There will be discussions

about the development and

learning of babies, experiences

as parents and different types of

play with babies.

Linwood Playcentre, 628a

Worcester St, Linwood. Free

entry.

You can also pin it

New Brighton Seaside Market

Every Saturday from 10am-

2pm You can also pin it

Make your way down to New

Brighton’s pedestrian mall for

some live entertainment, food,

fresh produce, arts, crafts, jewellery,

and more. There will be

free face-painting and a bouncy

castle for the kids. Email

seasidemarket@mail.com for

more information.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall.

Free entry

Science Alive! in the library

Every Tuesday, from 3.30-

4.30pm

Free drop-in science sessions

at the Aranui library. Activities

based around the science of

popular books and other interesting

topics!

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St, Aranui. Free entry

Technology help drop-in

session

Every Thursday from 2-3pm

Computer sessions for adults

focused on teaching you how to

use email, search the internet

and access the library catalogue

online.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Dr, Parklands. Free

Talking Needles Knitting

Workshop

Wednesday, December 7, from

11am-1pm

Do you like to knit, embroider,

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own kite to join in. ​

or crochet? If so, why not join

this chatty crafts group? Bring

along a project and enjoy informal,

friendly conversation while

you craft.

Shirley Public Library, 36

Marshland Rd. Free entry

Science Snippets After School

Friday, December 9 and 16,

from 3.30-4.30pm

This is a free after school science

programme presented by

Science Alive! in libraries across

the city. Science Alive! educators

lead children through interactive

activities to stimulate their

interest in science, and there is

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based around the science of popular

books and other interesting

topics. The term four schedule

includes blood and guts, wacky

wheels, structural engineering,

cunning keas, rocks rock and

Christmas science.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Dr. Free entry

New Brighton Seaside Christmas

Parade

Saturday, OFFICIAL December ENTRY NUMBER: 10, 10am-

2pm

New Brighton Seaside Market

is holding the annual Christmas

Parade and Concert. Meet Santa

on the beach and watch a fun

community parade, shop around

the Seaside Market for your

Christmas gifts while entertainment

happens and Santa meets

the kids in his grotto. There will

be a huge array of arts, crafts,

gift ware and food, as well as a

bouncy castle for the kids and

free face painting. The concert

will begin after the parade at

about 10.30am and Santa’s

Grotto opens at approximately

11.30am. For more information

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

The Running Evolution

Move Better, Run Fast(er)

With the running season well and truly upon us, many of us will be

seeking ways to lift our game. Running programmes are popular, with a

myriad of groups available for anyone wanting to get into running. With

so many on offer it can be hard to know which one is the right fit for you.

Muscle People staff travelled to

Sydney to learn from renowned running

specialist, Paul Goss from the Running

School in London, UK and have brought

his programme back to The Running

Centre in Christchurch.

The Running Centre is lead by

Grace Fursdon, who alongside her

Physiotherapy degree, also has a

post-graduate qualification in Sports

& Exercise Medicine. Her training,

experience as a competitive runner and

passion for running make her a natural

champion for anyone looking to improve

their running. “If you’re new to running,

or want some professional advice on your

technique, then we recommend individual

coaching sessions.” says Grace. ”We start

with analysis of your running technique

utilising a videoed running analysis

program. When you watch your video

you can clearly see where improvements

and corrections will be made. Once we’ve

got the basics right most clients then

choose to join our RunFit group running

programme which adds the fun and

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RunFit, our group running course, is

a repeating eight week program. Clients

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their running technique.

Give the friendly team at Muscle

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“I’d run a few half marathons and had just

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• A consulting room available for health

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• Outside amenities include a bowling

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Gel Only $79.90

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Support and Resources for Independent Living

walkers to

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organisations or services that can provide them

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Mobility scooter demonstrations available.

Aspire Canterbury is a not-for-profit organisation

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Physical Address:

314 Worcester Street

Linwood Christchurch

Postal Address:

PO Box 32074

Christchurch 8147

Ph: 03 366 6189

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Christmas

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kg $

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Fresh NZ Pork Shoulder Roast

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kg

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$

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$

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each

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Speight’s/Summit

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Lindauer 750ml

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Tux Meat 2.5-2.8kg/Whiskas

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by locals

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