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Apartment plan fizzles

• By Andrew King

PLANS TO build a $20 million

waterfront apartment complex in

New Brighton have fizzled.

New Brighton Business and

Land Owners Association

spokesman Paul Lonsdale said

market research had indicated

apartments are not desirable in

the area at the moment.

The Beach on Brighton project

had been tipped as a turning

point for the suburb. It promised

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40 apartments from studio to

three-bedroom size, plus a gym,

cafe and private garden.

The project gained resource

consent in 2015 but the developers

have been unable to get

would-be buyers to sign up and

pay deposits.

The canning of the project

comes as Development Christchurch

Ltd, the city councilowned

entity charged with

rejuvenating New Brighton,

presented a report to the city

council last Thursday.

The report outlines what

potential sites would need to be

purchased to kick-start projects

for New Brighton.

The confidential report was

presented to city councillors

behind closed doors.

New Brighton’s commercial

core covers 5ha between Marine

Pde, Hawke St, Shaw Ave, Union

St and Beresford St.

In December the city council approved

$19 million for an upgrade

to the Whale Pool Playground and

New Brighton Surf Life Saving

Club and to build hot salt water

pools – one of four key projects.

There are also plans to implement

the New Brighton Centre

Master Plan, the North Beach

promenade and working with

the community on quick initiatives

to encourage rejuvenation.

The promenade is currently in

its draft stage, Coastal-Burwood

Community Board chairwoman

Kim Money said.

DCL chief executive Rob Hall

said there will be a series of

briefings over the next two weeks

with the city council about the

strategy.

“Then funding will be resolved

in the annual plan, and that will

go out for public consultation,”

he said.

He said the reason for secrecy

is so it doesn’t compromise the

commercial position of those

involved in the negotiations.

•Editor’s view, page 2

South Brighton’s Zachary

Quickenden and Steven

Drabble finished third in the

open men’s ski double at the

weekend’s Southern Regional

Surf Lifesaving Championships

on New Brighton Beach at the

weekend. The South Brighton

club finished second in the

overall points standings behind

Dunedin’s St Clair. South

Brighton won 23 titles at the

championships, the most of any

Christchurch club.

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WELL BLOW me over with a

feather.

New Brighton won’t be getting

its planned $20 million apartment

complex.

It was an ambitious project in

the first place that unfortunately

had little chance of getting off the

ground.

We’ve seen a lot of grandiose

plans for Brighton but they are a

long way off.

We reveal on the front page today

Development Christchurch Ltd

has decided on potential sites that

need to be purchased to build on.

The city council has approved

$19 million for an upgrade to the

Whale Pool Playground and New

Brighton Surf Life Saving Club and

to build hot saltwater pools – but

they will take a long time.

Let’s hope the new business and

landowners association man, former

city councillor Paul Lonsdale

can fight the good fight.

– Barry Clarke

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Flame Files.............................5

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Stories from past sought to shape future

• By Gabrielle Stuart

THE AGENCY which will

decide the future of the red zone

is hunting for stories from its

past.

Regenerate Christchurch today

launched a new “community

research” tool which allows people

to publicly share comments,

stories, videos or pictures about

the red zone.

They will be used to shape

plans for the land, which covers

about 535ha along the Avon

River.

Residential red zone general

manager Rob Kerr said

the things people shared would

genuinely make a difference.

“The more we know and

understand about the land and

the stories and what it means to

us, the more we can understand

what is the best way to use the

land,” he said.

They are looking for anything

from stories from former red

zone residents, to research on the

red zone.

It would become a reference

point for designers, Mr Kerr said.

“With creative designers, one

of the things it’s really important

to do is almost literally pour information

and ideas and stories

into their heads, and then they

find a creative expression for

those,” he said.

The red zone land where

Regenerate Christchurch

has decision-making

power.

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Regenerate Christchurch

was sent up as a Crown and

city council joint agency with a

five-year lifespan, tasked with

driving regeneration in the red

zone, the central city and New

Brighton.

Almost a year after it was

established, it has just finished

consulting the public on the

scope of its red zone work, which

covers things such as the area

covered and how people will be

involved.

About 100 people made

submissions during the consultation,

which closed on Tuesday.

Mr Kerr acknowledged people

in Canterbury had already been

through many consultation

processes since the earthquakes,

and being involved took a lot of

effort.

He said he had spent the last

year meeting regularly with

community groups, and said one

of the questions he was most often

asked was how people could

be involved in the process.

•Regenerate Christchurch’s

red zone “mapping tool”

is set to be launched

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Tuesday February 28 2017

McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Miracles do happen….

Misty is a 14 year old Rough Coated

Collie ( lassie dog) lovingly owned by

my parents. She’s never been a hugely

energetic dog but has the gentlest,

sweetest nature. She has had the odd

health issue and is currently taking

ongoing medication for arthritis of

multiple joints. She’s not a complainer

though and will still slowly walk around

my parents farm, her favourite pastime

being flushing out rabbits and doing

cattle work with my dad. Shes always

enjoyed a visit from Lola.

Very sadly late last year, Misty was

accidentally run over. My devastated

parents flew to the clinic where Steve

and our nurses immediately took

charge. Luckily they live very close. She

was remarkably alive and seemed in

minimal shock, not like my poor mum

and dad. Our nurses were fabulous – it

was like triage in a hospital ER room.

Whilst she was checked over for shock,

bleeding and fractures, the nurses were

placing an IV line in her, were pulling

bloods to check her internal organs and

organizing shock and pain medications.

I had to consult as it was a usual busy

Saturday clinic. I can tell you its very

hard to carry on as normal, when a dog

you know and love is at risk of dying

and I couldn’t be there to support my

mum and dad. I’m very thankful to my

husband Steve for arriving when he did

and taking full control of the situation.

Within 30 minutes of arriving Misty

actually looked improved. She wasn’t

wanting to stand, but her vital organs

were all confirmed fine from her

blood tests and her heart and lungs

sounded fine. She was on IV fluids and

we wanted to give her a little time on

fluids before we had to sedate and

xray her abdomen, chest and bones.

She was an incredible little patient,

never whimpering nor complaining

once. Miraculously Misty had broken

no bones – I was worried her pelvis or

worse her lower lumbar spine could

have fractured.

Misty was discharged later that night

into my parents care on a variety of

medications to ensure she was pain

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wasn’t out of the woods but was better

than any of us could have believed.

She could walk, just, and was eating

and had urinated. Misty continued to

improve slowly over the coming days

becoming stronger and more mobile

but my dad had noticed what looked

like crusty scabs under her dense coat.

We discovered many of these blackened

areas and after shaving her back end it

became obvious that a large area of her

skin was “dying”, due to vascular ( blood

vessel) damage suffered at the time of

the accident.

Over the next 4 months a massive effort

was undertaken by my mum and dad

and Misty herself, to help heal these

very extensive skin wounds, comparable

to what you would see in burns victims.

The area of skin that sloughed off

initially was about 30cm by 20cm. The

wound has had to be cleaned, kept

moist and protected by bandaging for

the past 4 months. She was monitored

24/7 and kept inside a lot to protect

the bandages from slipping. Keeping

flies away was also a difficult task. She

has been so brave allowing us all to

clean and dress it for her but finally the

healing is nearly complete.

There were times when my mum wasn’t

sure we were getting anywhere and

whether we were doing the right thing

by her. She is an elderly dog and her

ongoing care required by my parents

was huge. But that aside, I could see

Misty wanted to push through and keep

going – she wasn’t ready to depart this

world. Plus she was so dearly loved by

my parents. It also helped that my mum

was a registered nurse so could easily

cope with large wounds and their care.

Give an animal time, have patience and

faith and show lots of love and miracles

can happen. Every day I thank the

higher powers that I am the one chosen

to care for all the animals.

-Dr Michele McMaster

McMaster & Heap

Latest Christchurch news at www.

Your Local Views

Petrol tax for road repairs

and the benefits of diversity

City

councillor

Phil

Clearwater

has his say

on the use

of petrol tax to help

fix the city’s roads

and the importance

of diversity in the

community

Many streets and roads

in Christchurch still

require a lot more work to

bring them up to standard.

I have always had the

view that central Government

should be returning

some of the tax-take on

petrol to help fix Christchurch’s

streets.

I have never said or

supported any proposal

to have any additional tax

on petrol to help pay for

Christchurch’s earthquake

recovery. Christchurch

people have enough burdens

already and I would

not support this.

I have said that the city

Coastal-Burwood

Community Board

member Tim Baker

responds to last

week’s soapbox

by Linda Street on

the plans for the

New Brighton War

Memorial to be

protected from future

tagging

I, personally, don’t know

Linda Street and good on

her for speaking up about

a local concern.

However, members of

the previous Burwood-

Pegasus Community

Board have met on

several occasions with

concerned city council

employees and New

Brighton RSA members to

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Fixing our streets and

infrastructure will take

more time than people

envisaged, but we need to

complete this as soon as it

is feasible, and some of the

present petrol tax could be

used to help achieve this.

On Waitangi Day at

Tuahiwi Marae, our mayor

led a citizenship ceremony

welcoming new citizens

from 17 countries. Recently,

the city council signed

off our multi-cultural

strategy, which aims for

Christchurch to be inclusive

of our new migrants.

Every New Zealand citizen

must feel they can call

discuss ways to remove

graffiti and to prevent

taggers from targeting the

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our country their home

and feel they belong here.

Particularly to help with

the rebuild, we have had

a large increase in the

number of migrants and

a significant number live

in the suburbs of south

Christchurch.

The world is divided

as to how we treat new

migrants, but I believe

we must find practical

ways to make them feel

welcome, as Christchurch

needs their skills and they

are an important part of

our communities.

Also, we have to

remember that, at some

stage in our history, all of

our forebears immigrated

to New Zealand from

overseas.

Six years after the

earthquakes, Christchurch

is really coming alive again

and people from many

nations will help our city

thrive. Here’s to everyone

having a great year in

Christchurch.

memorial needed to

be preserved and that

chemicals would destroy

the stone as it is soft. It

would also easily stain.

Changing the look of

the memorial would need

very wide consultation

and agreement which I

personally think would

not be supported.

THe New Brighton

Museum has the remains

of the New Brighton

World War 2 roll of

honour which has been

restored as well as it could

have been.

Some of it is missing,

probably destroyed.

I thank the city council

for the effort they have

put into protecting and

cleaning the memorial.

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Tuesday February 28 2017 5

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Reward offered after horse attacked

• By Andrew King

OUTRAGE AND disbelief over

a brutal attack on a horse in

Burwood has led to a givealittle

page being set up to fund a

reward.

Gus, a seven-year-old standardbred,

suffered horrific

wounds that a vet said were most

likely inflicted by hitting fences

as he tried to flee attackers.

Police were called out on Saturday

morning after reports two

men were chasing the horses,

and found Gus in a terrible state.

FLAME FILES

• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

THE MOST telling photograph

I saw during the hellish week on

the Port Hills was that taken of a

large modern home surrounded

by blackened ground and

dwarfed by the immense flames

behind that extended through

and well above the tallest pine

trees.

It illustrates that we are far

from immune from the results

of fast moving bush fires that

plague parts of Australia in spite

of our less extreme climate and

An officer used a rifle to end Gus’

suffering. The offenders have not

been found.

A crowd-funding page has

been set up to raise money for a

reward leading to information

that results in a conviction.

Two other horses in the Lake

Terrace Rd paddock also suffered

minor injuries and have since

been moved from the paddock.

Gus’ owner Karina Romeyn

was beside herself with the news

her beloved pet had suffered such

a brutal attack.

“I was almost ready to give up

TRAGIC: Monet Romeyn, 17, has been left traumatised by the

loss of Gus.

supposedly less combustible

trees and vegetation.

THere was some heroic work

done in denying many houses to

the fire by all sorts of people.

Mostly it was hard physical

work coupled with determined

air attack that kept the losses

to the level we now know. Well

done to all involved whom

I’m sure would join me in

commiserating with those poor

folks who did lose their homes.

Barbecue season always

sees accidents. Last Saturday

afternoon in North New

Brighton a resident received

on the world. But the messages

of support and offers of help have

been overwhelming,” she said.

She said a vet has offered to

look after the other two horses’

medical needs until they are

fighting fit again.

“It is absolutely amazing,” she

said.

Mrs Romeyn bought Gus

about eight months ago to help

her “get back on the horse” so to

speak.

“I had a big fall [off another

horse] in 2014, where I broke my

pelvis, back and neck . . . Gus was

helping me recover. Every time I

was down, or in pain, I would go

and hug him and it would be all

right,” she said.

She had taken him for a few

rides after having two surgeries

to repair her neck.

Her children, Monet, 17, and

Loughton, 16, and niece Claudia

Anstice, 21, are all traumatised

by Gus’ death.

He was such a lovely natured

animal, Mrs Romeyn said.

“He would be the first to the

gate and was so inquisitive. He

didn’t deserve this,” she said.

•Anyone with information is

asked to phone 363 7400

or anonymously through

Crimestoppers on 0800 555

111.

Heroic work by firefighters

facial burns from a gas cylinder

igniting through an insecure

fitting. Having a small squeeze

bottle of soapy water is an easy

and cheap means of testing

gas fittings each time they are

connected. Yet hardly anyone

bothers.

THe bus crash on the Akaroa

hill on Wednesday afternoon

provided a real challenge to

the Akaroa and Little River

brigades. Dave Stackhouse

who is the Christchurch area

commander, and my boss

reports excellent work done by

the two volunteer fire brigades.

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South Brighton falters to Dunedin club

SPORTS

SOUTH BRIGHTON finished

second at the weekend’s Southern

Regional Championships on

New Brighton Beach.

The reigning surf life saving

champions couldn’t do enough to

retain their title, with Dunedin’s

St Clair taking the overall points

win.

South Brighton were the best of

the Christchurch clubs claiming

23 individuals titles.

The event hosted more than

260 athletes competing in 20

events over four different age

groups.

Extra hype surrounded this

year’s event with the championships

acting as a prelude to the

national championships, which

will be held at New Brighton

from March 17 to 19.

“It was great to see the number

of clubs that were involved this

year. The weather on Saturday

was great, and Sunday definitely

added another challenge, but

the on-water conditions were

still really good for racing,”

said southern region life saving

and education manager, Henry

Lawson. Waimairi (11 titles) and

Spencer Park (eight titles) also

had good showings.

Points (top 10)

St Clair 218, 1; South Brighton

140.50, 2; Brighton 73.50, 3;

Spencer Park 56, 4; Taylors

Mistake 55,5; Sumner 54, 6;

Waimairi 52, 7; Mt Maunganui

23, 8; St Kilda 17, 9; Waikuku

Beach 14, 10.

KEEN: Alex Fort from South Brighton was part of the winning crew in both the open men’s

board and ski relays.

SPLASH: South Brighton’s Ben Keys and Alex Fort make their

way back to dry land.

Talent turns out for New Brighton community concert

AVERAGE weather didn’t

deter crowds of people from

attending the annual market

and community concert in New

Brighton on Sunday.

The Talent Show was a popular

event, with all ages joining

in.

From martial arts demonstrations,

singers and dancers to

a youth three-piece band, the

crowd had plenty to choose

from when placing a vote for the

people’s choice winners.

In the end, it was local all-girl

band Beach Break, made up of

Ella Erikson, Lily Larcombe-

Beaston and Keira Huntley, who

took the winning spot.

Ocean Jones came in second

place with his performance. He

sung a Maori rendition of Hallelujah.

William Peg won MC

Willie McArthur’s choice.

The event was funded by Rotary

New Zealand and the city

council’s Creative Community

Scheme with contributions from

Willie McArthur’s open mic and

Pierside Café and Bar.

STUNNER: There were perfect conditions for the under-19

women’s board race on Saturday..

CHAMPIONS: The Spencer

Park master women’s canoe

crew of Sarah Helmore,

Linda Poulsen, Megan Jones

and Angela Maguire won

both the short and long

course races.

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annual market

and community

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We’d love to hear from you and if you email us at shirley@hot.co.nz and

tell us about your next dream holiday you will go into the draw to receive

a $250.00 House of Travel Shirley travel voucher * .

THE TEAM AT HOUSE OF TRAVEL SHIRLEY, FROM LEFT;

YOKO, NICKY, JULIA, CLAIRE, LISA, LEANNE

“The

journey of a

thousand miles

begins with a

single step.”

- Lao Tzu

Nicky De Clifford

Owner Operator

No. of years in travel: 25 years

Why I love to travel: “I love to experience new

cultures & cuisines and now with a family in tow I

am always on the lookout for exciting destinations

that will leave lasting memories!

Favourite destinations: Vietnam, Morocco, Guatemala

and Hawaii

Three things I can’t live without when I travel: my I-phone,

a sarong and a good book

My next dream getaway: Africa safari, road trip around

the States, Borneo

CONTACT NICKY I nickyd@hot.co.nz

Lisa Hutchison

Owner Operator

No. of years in travel: 21 years

Why I love to travel: I love to travel because you

can’t live life through Facebook and I want

to give my kids fabulous life experiences!

Favourite destinations: Maui, Inverness, Mamanuca

Islands in Fiji and Singapore

Three things I can’t live without when I travel: Power packs

for phone, Lip Balm, Books – their batteries never run out!

My next dream getaway: Japan, Hong Kong or

anywhere that keeps a 6 and 9 year old happy so the

parents can relax!

CONTACT LISA I lisahutchison@hot.co.nz

Julia Dawson

Travel Consultant

No. of years in

travel: 13 years

Why I love to travel: I love

to explore new places and

discover different cultures

and I am always thinking of

my next adventure. I love that

I get to share my knowledge

and experience with my

clients and help them to

plan their own adventures.

Favourite destinations:

New York, Mexico, Thailand

Three things I can’t live

without when I travel:

Neck pillow, smartphone

and an open mind!

My next dream getaway: Rwanda & Uganda to see the

gorillas plus Morocco for the spice markets

Claire Harré

Travel Consultant

No. of years in

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Why I love to travel: Travel

for me is all about experiencing

the food and different cultures,

while completely switching

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eat my way around wherever

I’m travelling, picking up

new ideas!

Favourite destinations:

Thailand, South Africa &

France

Three things I can’t live

without when I travel:

A pashmina, neck pillow

& togs!

My next dream getaway: Safari in Botswana, Canada

& Alaska, South America

Leanne Newton

Travel Consultant

No. of years in

travel: 5 years

Why I love to travel: I love

to act like a tourist, do all the

top 10’s and just have a good

time sampling snacks along

the way while soaking up

the culture!

Favourite destinations:

Japan, Portugal, Peru,

Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)

Three things I can’t live

without when I travel:

Jandals, camera and

sunglasses

My next dream getaway:

Scandinavia Northern lights,

Nepal and Mongolia or Antarctica.

CONTACT JULIA I juliad@hot.co.nz CONTACT CLAIRE I clairem@hot.co.nz CONTACT LEANNE I lnewton@hot.co.nz

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Email fraser.walker@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Retrospective by Pollyanna

Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm,

Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm

Linwood artist Pollyanna

presents her retrospective art

work, with a selection from

1995 through to the present

day. It will be the very first time

the bulk of her work has been

all together and, as a result,

Pollyanna found it was a lot

easier to curate. Her work covers

a range of media, including her

most recent pieces using pastels.

Go to the library to enjoy the

passion, purpose and power of

Pollyanna’s work.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Mall. Free entry

Edge of the East

Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm,

Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm

View an exhibition of selected

images from Christchurch

City Libraries’ latest

instalment of The Christchurch

Documentary Project – Edge of

the East. In 2016, Janneth Gil,

Tegan Hollis-Ristow, and Rachel

Pugh from the School of Fine

Arts photographed Christchurch

seaside communities from

Waimairi Beach to Southshore

to create an intimate portrait of

a beloved part of Christchurch.

213 Marine Pde, New Brighton

Creative Writing

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

If your imagination runs wild

and you want to learn how to

put those ideas on paper in a way

that makes sense, head along

to this creative writing class.

All are welcome whether you’re

new to creative writing or just

want to hone your skills, pick up

some tips and learn from other

aspiring writers. Find some

fictional books while you’re in

the library, or some books on

creative writing.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Mall. Free entry

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

It’s all fun and games at

Linwood Library. Take the

children along after school

so they can get interactive

with each other and have fun

playing numerous games.

There will be Minecraft,

charades, Connect Four and

Pictionary just to name a

few, as well as Xbox and PS4

tournaments. This event will be

aimed at children aged between

eight and 12, no bookings

required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Mall. Free entry

LYFE: The annual Linwood Youth Festival Event is back. Go to Linwood Park on Saturday from

noon onwards to enjoy an afternoon of music, dancing, performances and activities. There will

also be community stalls and good food on offer to enjoy throughout the afternoon. Take a

picnic blanket and spend the afternoon with family and mixing with the community. If you would

like to volunteer or perform at LYFE or want more information, email lyfe.coordinator@gmail.com

to find out more. The event takes place in Linwood Park, Linwood Ave. Entry will be free. If the

weather is nice, make sure to take a sun hat and sunscreen.

Linwood Village Market

Saturday, 9am-1pm

Fresh produce, plants, books,

antiques, bric-a-brac, retro items,

vintage clothes, household goods,

jam, recycled and upcycled

items, crafts, artwork and lots

of bargains will be on offer

at the market. There will also

be refreshments available for

purchase while you’re walking

around the market.

Linwood Community Arts

Centre, Eastside Gallery, 388

Worcester St. Free entry

Mosaic Media Freedom

Opening

Monday, 5.30-7pm

This exhibition will open on

Monday night, showcasing art

through mosaics. Glass, ceramic,

porcelain and stone are just

some of the materials artists have

used to create the colourful and

unique style of the mosaics. Some

have stuck to one material, while

others have used several to create

the images and pieces they want.

Artists from around the South

Island, and locally, are featured

in the exhibition. Many pieces

will be available for purchase. The

exhibition will run until March

18, Monday to Friday, 11am-4pm

and Saturday, noon to 3pm.

Linwood Community Arts

Centre, Eastside Gallery, 388

Worcester St. Free entry


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Keep itLocal

Vehicle safety focus of

Burwood Road Motors

If your family, like ours, spends hours of their time

each week traveling to and from school, work, sports,

friends, appointments, and running errands, depending

upon your schedule, vehicle safely is of the upmost

importance. You want to have peace of mind knowing

that your vehicle is operating at its best and safest

performance levels where your family is concerned.

This, in our opinion, is why it is so important to have

your car regularly serviced. With school in full swing,

and the holiday’s and summer wrapping up, now is

the time to make sure your cars various systems are

operating at their safest levels.

Call Dameyn and the team at Burwood Road Motors

located at 247 Burwood Road to make sure your vehicle

is at its best.

“We are dedicated to providing the friendliest, most

honest service we can to our community. We feel they

are extended family and we want them to be safe in all

their travels and make it from point A to point B with

confidence.” Says owner Dameyn Brunt, who has more

than 18 years of trade experience.

“All our team are experienced professionals who will

listen, assess and complete the necessary work to make

your vehicle road safe. This type of experience can help

you and your family feel secure.

Services include:

WOF

JO HAYES

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NATIONAL LIST MP BASED

IN CHRISTCHURCH EAST

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Mobile clinics

Last Friday of

every month

Check out my

Facebook page:

Jo Hayes MP

6/950 Ferry Road,

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P: 384 9459

call to make an appointment

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Cambelts

Tune ups

Wheel Alignment

Tyres

Brakes

Suspension

Automatic Transmission Servicing

CV’s

Punctures

Batteries

Clutches

Burwood Road Motors uses the latest diagnostic

equipment to assess your vehicle. A courtesy car is

available for your convenience.

They are open 6 days a week for your convenience

– 8-5 Monday-Friday, 8-12 Saturday.

Their team will access the job, price it out and

talk to you about the quote before any work begins.

They will even call you if an issue arises while

they are carrying out the repairs, so you have no

surprises.

Call Burwood Road Motors TODAY and

make an appointment with your local team

on 383 1836 or check their Facebook page

- Burwood Road Motors or email them at

burwoodroadmotors@xtra.co.nz. Sleep well

tonight, knowing your car is safe and sound.

Community Clinics

I will be coming to your neighbourhood every month

to hear your concerns.

First Monday of every month

9:00am – 9:40am - Linwood

Linwood Avenue – outside the Salvation Army

9:50am – 10:30am Dallington

Cnr of Gayhurst Road and Claydon Place

10:40am – 11:20am Stanmore/Richmond

Stanmore Road opposite New World at the Park at

Richmond Playground

11:30am – 12:10am Shirley

Cnr of Marshlands Road and Hammersley Avenue

First Friday of every month

9:00am – 9:40am Bromley, Bromley Road, outside

the Community Centre

9:50am – 10:30am Wainoni/Aranui

Wainoni Road (near Shortland Street West)

10:40am – 11:20am Burwood

17 Parnwell Road next to the Education centre

11:30am – 12:10am Parklands

Queenspark Drive - outside Harcourts

HAVE YOU GOT

YOUR VEHICLE

CHECKED?

Full mechanical

servicing &

repairs.

Courtesy car

available.

03 383 1836 | 027 437 4514

247 Burwood Road, Christchurch | burwoodroadmotors@xtra.co.nz

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Monday to Friday to

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New after-hours service

provides flexibility for patients

A new after-hours medical service has

been launched in Christchurch with the

aim of providing a better and more readily

accessible service for patients outside

normal medical centre hours.

Dr Martin Seers, a GP at the Selwyn

Medical Centre in Selwyn Street, says a

group of GPs are testing this new model for

out-of-hours medical service that enables

people to book a specific time to see a

doctor, rather than having to sit in an afterhours

waiting room.

He says anyone seeking medical assistance

after hours should first call their own GP’s

phone number, from where they will be

connected to the Home Care Medical line.

As with the Health Line phone service, a

nurse will ask a set of questions to ascertain

whether the person needs to see a doctor,

and if not the nurse will advise on how the

person can take care of themself at home.

Should they need to see a doctor they

then go online to the website AfterhoursGP.

co.nz, answer a few simple questions, then

book an appointment at a time that suits.

“This a totally new model and it’s not

available anywhere else in Canterbury,” Dr

Seers says.

“It saves people money by providing selfcare

advice for those who don’t need to see

a GP, and for those who do, it doesn’t waste

their time.”

The service is currently run out of

Selwyn Street Medical Centre, which is

conveniently located just off Brougham

St, but the service is set up to be venue

agnostic, so patients in future could be

seen in any of the medical centres involved

in the service, Dr Seers says. A key point of

difference from the traditional after-hours

surgery system is that it gives people the

flexibility of choosing their appointment

time.

“It’s much more comfortable for people

to wait at home until their appointment

time, rather than sitting in a waiting room

with other unwell people, and not knowing

when they will be seen.

“Another point of difference is that

the service is designed as an ultralow

bureaucracy system with minimal

overheads. Using the facilities of existing,

fully equipped medical centres means it’s

free or less expensive,” Dr Seers says.

The service is available Monday to

Friday from 6pm-11pm and on weekends

and public holidays as required. It is free

for under-13 year-olds and $73 for most

adults, which is cheaper than other afterhours

services in Christchurch. For non-

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

OPEN DAY

Pre-school to Year 8

Register your interest by contacting

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email:marshl@cathedralgrammar.school.nz

Principal’s address 10am.

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DEMOLITION

With care and respect we

will remove your dwelling.

Our policy is to recycle as

much as we can. We are a

local company specialising

in residential properties. We

will endeavor to cater for

your individual needs.

Ph. R.M. Solutions

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EQC CASH SETTLEMENT

We will re-scope your property to ensure

you have been paid in full to cover all

your repair costs.

None of the properties that we have

re-scoped so far has been paid the

correct amount to repair their damage.

EXAMPLES

Trades & Services

•Yaldhurst Road Initially $3,800 after our

re-scope payment received $46,320

•Wairakei Road Initially $7,575 after our

re-scope payment received $38,182

•Prossers Road Initially $19,827 after our

re-scope payment received $60,273

•Kaplan Avenue Initially $859 after our

re-scope payment received $34,931

•Liverton Crescent Initially $11,000 after our

re-scope payment received $29,842

•Dalkeith Street Initially $5,000 after our

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• We have re-scoped 50 properties who have been under

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• Have your initial repairs failed?

• Did you receive your full entitlement?

• Do not pay your excess until all repairs are completed.

• General under payments are: Asbestos testing and

exterior lead paint, peeling wallpaper, cracking in exterior

plaster not repaired correctly.

For re-scoping and all earthquake repairs

including painting and redecorating.

Enquire now Phone 021-667-444

ROOF REPAIRS

Locally owned & operated with

over 30 years experience.

• Extensions & repair • Roof coating

• Concrete & clay tiles • Butynol

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Phone: 383-0646

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• Flue & log burner installs

• Skytube/light installs

• Earthquake repairs

Licence Building

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George Lockyer. Over

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Heritage brickwork a

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Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684 4046, email

karengeorge@xtra.co.nz

BUILDER

For all building work

but specialist in bathroom

renovations, 30 yrs

experience, with service

and integrity. Free Quotes.

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

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LICENSED, available for

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Please call 027 241-7471

or 335-0265

Trades & Services

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items to truck loads,

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removals & trade

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E mail jflattery@xtra.

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ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

ConCRETE

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Pathways, patios, garden

sheds, garages and house

floors, foundations, Phone

for free quote Roy 0274

316 860, Neil 027 974

4185. N & R Concrete.

Trades & Services

DRIVEWAYS

Replace, repair or new.

We are a local company

with over 10 yrs exp.

We also operate a

digger for all other

earthworks.

Ph. R.M. Solutions

021 02866981

for a free quote.

FEnCIng

All styles and shapes,

gates, wooden, ph Mark

027 331-3223

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REMoVALS

Large Trucks $95 +

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Professional Company,

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Ltd. ph 0800 359 9313

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PLUMBING,DRAINAGE

& HEATING. 24/7

service. Ph Mike Cairns

Gas & Plumbing 021 132

8929

gLAZIER

Window repairs, pet

doors, new glazing, double

glazing, conservatory

roofs. Experienced

tradesman. Call Bill on

981-1903 or 022 413-3504

LAnDSCAPE

ConSTRUCTIon

Lawns, paving, water

features, irrigation,

planting, decks,

driveways, kerbing, ponds,

retainer walls, fencing.

Free quotes, Phone Tony

021-034-8555

Trades & Services

PAInTER

Available, All aspects in

painting. Very competitive

in roofs and fences. Please

call 027 241-7471 or 335-

0265

PAInTER

Top quality work, interior/

exterior, pensioners

discount, free quotes, 30

years experience, I stand

by Canterbury, ph Wayne

your friendly painter

03 385-4348 or 027 274-

3541

PAInTIng

DECoRATIng

Wingfields Contracting,

all interior & exterior

painting & all forms of

interior plastering & jib

fixing, ph Mark 021 171-

1586 or 355-5994

PAInTIng

PLASTERIng

Excellent finish. Domestic

& Commercial. Ph Chris

027 223 8542

PLASTERIng

Stopping / skimming. 30

yrs exp, all work large &

small. Contact Tony 027

222 2993 or Earl 027 345

0561

PLUMBER

For prompt service for all

plumbing maintenance,

repairs and alterations.

Phone Michael 364 7080

or 027 438 3943

PLUMBER

ALF THORPE

PLUMBING Certifying

Plumber for all types of

plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

350-231

QEII CoLLISIon

REPAIRS

Free Courtesy Cars

(conditions apply),All

Insurance work,Rust

Repairs &Private work.

Spray-painting.

Free pickup & delivery.

Ph. 03 388 5187

RooFIng

Qualified & Licenced

Practitioner. Re-Roof &

Repairs, all types. Member

New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

SPoUTIng CLEAnIng

Spouting Unblocked,

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