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Quake

money

goes

to local

groups

• By Sarla Donovan

Daniel Manchester has an idea that

could transform New Brighton’s

empty shopfront windows. His plan

is to create murals painted with

scenes from the 1950s.

•Story, p5

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had gone but was told they would

need to contact the Christchurch

Earthquake Appeal Trust, which

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The trust has told Pegasus Post

that $1.9 million has been distributed

to seven recipients in the

eastern suburbs.

One of these was the Youth

Alive Trust, which received

$534,000 for staff and programme

costs and to repair the hall in its

Seaview Rd premises.

Youth Alive Trust manager

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FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

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

NO IDEA is a bad idea when it

comes to New Brighton.

So maybe Daniel Manchester is

onto something on our front page

today: Taking the seaside suburb

back to the future with shop

frontages from yesteryear.

Brighton and the other seaside

areas along Marine Pde are still

great places to live; a number of

people who were forced to depart

from the east post-quake are

making their way back.

And the area needs doers – so

let’s get behind Daniel’s idea and

make something happen!

Just then it might attract some

real business back to Brighton.

On pages 8-9, reporter Sarla

Donovan profiles Warren Hawke,

who was one of the key people

behind the New Brighton Duke

Festival of Surfing. He’s a Brightonite

from way back and helped

run a fantastic festival.

–Barry Clarke

Powhiri to welcome new entrants at

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Local Views......................4

Our People........................8,9

Schools............................10

Food............................................11

Senior Living.......... 15-17

Community Events......18

Real Estate.....................20

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Tuesday April 4 2017 3

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School cleans up after out-of-control party

RAWHITI SCHOOL parents

and staff mucked in to clean

up graffiti, broken glass and

bottles in the school grounds

on Sunday, after a party in

Leaver Tce got out of control on

Saturday night.

Quake money goes to groups

•From page 1

“The gym is used for basketball

coaching, youth clubs, intermediate

and teenage programmes,

dance fitness classes, play groups.

A lot more people use it for things

we couldn’t do before.”

THe other six organisations that

benefited from the donation were

Korowai Youth Well-Being, which

was given $343,000 to renovate a

youth training and health centre;

Linfield Cultural Recreational

Sports Centre, $388,980 to

provide more Kiwisport

programmes and support other

sports clubs; Christchurch

Primary Schools Cultural Festival

Trust, $40,000; Linwood College,

$100,000; and Aranui Youth and

Community Centre, $500,000.

The remaining $3.1 million

is earmarked for spending on

the QE II Recreation and Sport

Centre. That money is expected

to be paid in instalments over the

Riot police were called after

drunken party-goers at the

North Beach Scout Group den

spilled out onto the street.

It took police about an hour to

disperse the group, however, no

arrests were made.

James Ridpath

Rawhiti School deputy principal

Paul Wilkinson said there

was tagging and broken glass

in the school grounds and a few

bottles lying around in the playground.

He said there was also

a lot more broken glass further

next two years.

Trust spokesman Steve Corbett

said the money had been reinvested

in the meantime, and the

interest earned would go back into

general funds held by the trust for

down the street from the school.

All the rubbish had been

cleaned up before students came

to school on Monday morning.

Mr Wilkinson said they

hadn’t had any problems with

parties at the Scout den before.

COMMUNITY: The Aranui

Youth and Community Centre

and the gym at Youth Alive

Trust were benefactors from

a $5 million quake donation.

earthquake appeal grants.

South Brighton Residents’

Association chairman Hugo

Kristinsson questioned how appropriate

it was for the majority

of the donation to be put towards

QE II, given the large insurance

payout the city council received

for it.

“They had $72 million insurance

receivable” he said.

Mr Kristinsson claimed that a

good chunk of the QE II insurance

payout was transferred

to the planned $300 million

metro sports facility in central

Christchurch, when it should

have been spent in the east.

The donation should not have

been used to subsidise facilities in

other parts of the city, he said.

In Brief

TREE REMOVAL PLAN

One hundred and eighty five

trees along the Avon River

from Avonside to South New

Brighton are to be removed

and replanted to try and reduce

flood risk. The city council is

looking to extend the lifespan

of temporary stopbanks for

up to 20 years, until long-term

flood management can be

implemented. •Resident’s Soap

Box, page 4.

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The project has experienced

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HORSESHOE LAKE

Nearby residents and users

of earthquake-damaged

Horseshoe Lake Reserve are

being asked to comment

on plans for its repair. The

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board has asked the city

council to provide feedback

on the project, which could

involve removing the damaged

footbridge, realigning the

footpath and creating a new

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comments. Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

Urgent action on stopbanks sought

South

Brighton

resident,

Séamus

O’Cromtha,

writes about

the parlous

condition of

stopbanks

in the South

Brighton area, which are

doing little to protect

local homes against tidal

flooding

The River Avon is just a stone’s

throw from my garden and

together with my neighbours, I

am highly concerned about the

risks posed by flooding. Since

2011, our only protection has

been from temporary stopbanks

erected under emergency legislation.

In 2011, land in the immediate

area sank more than the suburb

of Bexley on the opposite side,

which was then red-zoned. Some

land is now below the high tide

mark and if assumptions about

rising sea levels are correct, the

situation will become progressively

worse.

The stopbanks have been leaking

on every spring tide. After

the last serious rain (March

2015), water came under the

stopbanks, crossed the road and

entered the garden of the house

next door.

And last month, even without

rain, many side streets close to

the river were under water from

the effects of the spring tide. So

we are sure to have further flooding

if there is heavy, prolonged

rain at the same time as a spring

tide.

Unfortunately, instead of applying

higher floor levels, the

city council has allowed houses

to be built at the same height,

so that they have less protection

and are also less desirable to live

in. Four adjoining properties are

currently unoccupied and two

others are cleared sites.

A tidal barrier was proposed in

2015, then shelved as impractical

and too expensive. Following the

widespread flooding in March

2014, area-wide remediation by

the city council and EQC was

discussed.

However, this solution was

never implemented either.

Decisions by the authorities on

the future of the Brighton peninsula

are long overdue.

TEMPORARY FIX: Large boulders were placed at the top

end of Kibblewhite St several months ago to reinforce the

temporary stopbanks. Seamus O’Cromtha says that is the only

strengthening work that has been done on them.

We said:

The multi-million dollar

New Brighton hot salt

water pools might not

use sea water. Instead,

they could be filled with

freshwater, according

to the group behind the

project, Development

Christchurch

You said:

Conrad Fitz-Gerald –

There’s no actual reason given

as to why not sea water. Because

others do it a certain way isn’t a

reason.

Jake Ranginui – Why does

there need to be a salt water pool

by the beach? Pretty sure that

beach has salt water in abundance?

Pamela Neil – How

ridiculous. All that sea water and

don’t want to use it.

John Mander – Pools are

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Tuesday April 4 2017 5

News

Residents

concerned

over Travis Rd

intersection

danger

FROM PAST TO PRESENT: Empty shopfronts in New Brighton can be made to look like a hardware store and shoe repairers in

these computer-generated images.

Art could breathe life

into vacant shopfronts

• By Sarla Donovan

DERELICT shopfronts in New

Brighton could soon feature

windows painted with scenes

from the suburb’s heyday in the

1950s.

Daniel Manchester, who

works in the construction industry,

shifted to Christchurch

from Auckland after the earthquakes

to help with the rebuild.

After spending several years

living in St Albans, he moved to

New Brighton last year, and said

he enjoys its seaside location:

“There aren’t many places you

can live right next to the sea.”

Childhood memories of

growing up in Manurewa

prompted his desire to help

rejuvenate New Brighton.

Manurewa had also “gone

downhill. But I have memories

of it being a cool place.”

He wants to cover shop

windows and doors with scenes

of bustling activity inside. He

hopes the idea will at least

brighten the space in the meantime

and spark conversations.

“Hopefully it might encourage

some owners into reopening

with fresh eyes.”

The scheme, dubbed Brighter

New Brighton was inspired by

Bushmill in Northern Ireland,

a recession-hit town which

gave its empty shops a creative

The Blind Care Company has been

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for over 60 years. Those six decades

have seen changes in both fashion and

technology. Styles have ranged from

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Whatever your style, the Blind Care

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chemicals, the build-up of dirt,

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makeover.

Paintings of a barber shop,

bakery and greengrocer covered

empty windows and doors in

a move that helped to attract

tourists and rejuvenate the

community.

Mr Manchester said he’d like

New Brighton to be a place people

wanted to visit, rather than

somewhere to be avoided. He

chose the 1950s because it was a

can be removed so that your blinds

smell fresh and are restored to their

original glory. The company can repair

blinds also, having a huge range of parts

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The company prides itself on efficient

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ON A MISSION:

Daniel

Manchester

has a plan to

breathe new

life into empty

shops in New

Brighton Mall.

golden era for the suburb.

He’s hoping the idea will

catch on and has invited Ara

Institute to be involved.

Manager of Art and Design at

Ara Dr Bruce Russell said it was

a “promising opportunity” and

would look at developing a brief

for his students.

Head of the New Brighton

Business and Landowners Association,

Paul Lonsdale, has

met with Mr Manchester and is

right behind the project.

He said he will approach local

business owners about using

their empty shops for the project,

with the Dowsons building

a possible first candidate for the

creative makeover.

He said the city council’s

transitional fund could be used

as a source of funding and he

would also be looking to involve

local business.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Tim Baker

said while the idea sounded

positive, shopowners would

need to be proactive if any of

the shopfronts were targeted by

graffiti vandalism.

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• By Sarla Donovan

PEAK HOUR congestion on

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The Burwood East Residents’

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In a letter to the Coastal-

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Association secretary Gae

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was inadequate for the volume of

traffic needing to use it.

“The speed and congestion of

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for pedestrians to safely use the

safety crossings between Bassett

St and Burwood Rd.”

Traffic volumes in the area are

set to further increase with the

building of the Eastern Sport and

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Avonside Girls and Shirley Boys’

high schools.

The association has suggested

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from Travis Rd on to Travis

County Dr.

It also wants a one-way exit

road from St Paul’s Pl into

Burwood Rd and an extension to

the transition zone for vehicles

turning into Parnwell St.

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Piece of Gallipoli in poppy sculpture garden

• By Sarla Donovan

A NEW garden in front of

the Poppies over Gallipoli

sculpture will incorporate

stones from the Gallipoli

Peninsula into a stylised poppy

design.

Work on the formal-style

garden started last week and

is expected to be finished this

week.

The sculpture on the corner

of Anzac Dr and Travis Rd was

restored and moved to higher

ground in 2015 in time for the

centenary commemorations of

the Anzac landing at Gallipoli.

At that time, shingle from the

beaches of Gallipoli and

Çanakkale was gifted by the

people of Turkey for use in the

garden around the memorial.

Project manager for the

Avon-Ōtākaro Mahinga Kai

NEW GARDEN: The Poppies over Gallipoli sculpture will

have a new formal garden featuring stones gifted by the

people of Turkey.

Exemplar, Kathryn Bates, said

the group had been working to

get the garden built for the past

two years.

“We are lucky to have local

company Ōtautahi Bespoke

Builders under take the

construction of the garden,

making it more affordable by

providing pro-bono labour,”

she said.

“They will be assisted by local

community voluntary labour

organised by the Avon-Ōtākaro

Network.”

Local brick will feature in

the poppy-shaped design,

along with native shrubs and

boulders representing the

Southern Alps and the Port

Hills.

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board granted

$3000 towards the cost of

materials for the garden.

Avon-Ōtākaro Network

hopes to have a formal opening

with a barbecue and planting

day in the Hulverstone Reserve

on Anzac Day.

Children with sensory disorders

get chance to go to the movies

• By Sarla Donovan

MOST PEOPLE love going to the

movies, right?

Most of us have sat in the dark

with our popcorn, laughing or

crying at the flickering screen.

But not everyone. Many

children with sensory disorders,

such as autism, find sitting in a

darkened room with a bunch of

strangers and loud noises a complete

nightmare.

For them, a family night out at

the movies isn’t an option.

To help give these children a

positive experience of being at a

cinema, The Champion Centre

has partnered with The Palms

Shopping Centre to hold a special

movie screening of The Lego

Batman Movie for children with

sensory disorders.

After a successful inaugural

event last year, The Champion

Centre director Susan Foster-

Cohen said it was a chance for

families to take their children to

the movies in a non-judgemental

situation.

HIGH FIVE: Beccy Creswick

with Laszlo Walker at The

Champion Centre. Laszlo

attended last year’s sensory

movie screening.

“Not only [does] this event give

families an opportunity to experience

regular life, it’s a chance to

raise awareness about autism and

sensory disorders.”

Children’s entertainer Melanie

Poppins will be at the cinema for

a pre-screening party.

•Tickets for the movie at

10.30am on Sunday, April 9,

are available from Reading

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South Brighton surf club requests

consent to build new headquarters

• By Sarla Donovan

THE SOUTH Brighton Surf

Life Saving Club is a step closer

to having a new clubhouse.

The club will meet with the

city council’s urban design

panel this week to look at the

designs for the new building and

plans are expected to go to the

city council for resource consent

by the end of the month.

After the 2011 earthquakes,

the current building suffered

significant damage and the club

decided to demolish and rebuild.

It has occupied its present

site on the corner of Marine Pd

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working group of club members,

which includes engineer and

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He said the building would be

more functional and allow for a

variety of users.

“This will be a community asset,

able to be used by residents’

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Warren Hawke, 64, is one the of the

driving forces behind the New Brighton

Duke Festival of Surfing. Born and bred in

the eastern suburbs, he has surfed since

he was a teenager. Sarla Donovan talked

to him about books and his passion for

Brighton

SURF NUT: Warren Hawke and Monty.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

You’ve just finished running

your second New Brighton Duke

Festival of surfing – how did it

go?

It went pretty well, a lot more

positives than negatives that’s for

sure. We run about six different

events and we’re still learning and

adapting and changing things,

but the surfing contest itself

is possibly the biggest surfing

event run in New Zealand with

over 250 entries and that was

run in three days which is an

absolute record as far as contest

management and judging goes.

You’re on the New Brighton

Pier and Foreshore Society

aren’t you?

Yes, I’ve been a member for

about three to four years. It

backs the surfing festival along

with the sponsors that we pull

in. Without the backing of many

other sponsors and support

from the community board

and different grants groups we

certainly couldn’t run what we

do.

Community groups can be

hard work sometimes. Any

frustrations?

Not with the committee that

we put together. The frustrating

thing I suppose is the fact that it’s

difficult to get information out

there, to get the positives heard

about New Brighton because

there are a lot of great things

happening. We’re just one of

many community groups. I

think there’s been a survey

showing there are more

community groups in Brighton

than anywhere else in the

country, for the size of the

population.

There does seem to be an

awful lot.

Well, there are a lot of new

families that have moved into

the area post-earthquakes, a lot

of people that value the beach

life and really see the area for

its positives in bringing up kids

close to the beach. For that reason

they’ve hopped into

many different community

groups and see the qualities of

what it is like to live on this side

of town.

You’ve always lived there?

I’ve always lived on the east,

but we were in Rockinghorse Rd

for 30 years and in the back of

North Beach before that. I started

surfing in 1966 and have had a

stand-up paddleboard the last

few years – moved to the darker

side. But we’re on the beach every

day with the dog and our kids

live on this side of town. There’s

only one place to live as far as I’m

concerned.

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the positives of New Brighton

Can you tell me a bit about

your family?

I met my wife Joy on a surfing

trip to Westport when I was

16. She was visiting from Wellington.

We’ve been married over

40 years now. She doesn’t surf

though. She still finds it hard to

tell me how big the surf is when

she comes back from walking the

dog. I’ve got a son and daughter,

twins. Sophie lives about 500m

away. She’s a teacher at Waitakiri

School and does a bit of stand-up

paddleboarding. My son Sam

lives down the road from us, he’s

a very good painter and artist.

He does all the design work for

the festival so we’re lucky to have

him. He rides a Malibu board.

What first attracted you to

surfing?

My brother started surfing the

year before. I’d been a competitive

swimmer and it was just one of

those sports that really caught my

imagination. It’s been my whole

life really, apart from my career.

You wore school jerseys with

the sleeves cut off. Not very

glamorous

No, it was seen as a rebel-type

sport and frowned upon and that

was one of the things we liked

about it; we could be within the

mainstream but outside it as far

as the sport that we followed.

SMOOTH OPERATOR: Warren

Hawke rides a wave off

Mangamaunu,Kaikoura, in 1970.

Now it’s becoming accepted more

and more as a mainstream sport

and something that families do

together, which also has its pluses

and minuses – the surf breaks get

more and more crowded.

Have you always lived in

Christchurch?

Yes, except for my first year

teaching we spent in Westport

and we went there for the mild

winters and the good surf.

How long did you teach for?

I taught for 20 years, mostly at

schools in the eastern suburbs,

South Brighton, Burwood,

Belfast. Then I was a principal

for 20 years, at Governor’s Bay

School. People are surprised that

I’d drive there but it was only 25

minutes from Brighton through

the Lyttelton Tunnel.

You wrote a book about

your life as a surfer – NZSurf -

Captured by a Surf Lens. What

made you want to write a book?

I’ve been a surf photographer

for 40 years and contributed to

magazines around New Zealand

and overseas, books and things

like that and I really wanted to do

something that was a reflection

of me and what it was like in the

60s. Also the fact that I had control

over what went in the book

rather than an editor saying: ‘We

want this, this and this.’ I wanted

to do that myself.

It must be a great feeling to

have produced something like

that.

Absolutely, the feedback has

been amazing and it’s been reviewed

internationally. It’s something

I got a lot of pleasure out of

and it’s still selling. I’m working

on another one now so that

gives me some more direction

in life. It’s going to be called The

Collection. It’ll be a series of surf

shoots on particular breaks and

about people who are involved in

surfing, artists and people that

have made surfing their way of

life, young people getting in to

surfing and coming through, as

well as some of the top surfers in

New Zealand.

What’s the wildest thing

you’ve photographed?

Surfing-wise, probably a reef

break down in the Catlins, off the

back of a jet ski in heavy waves

but being able to sit in a channel

and shoot it quite safely. Really

heavy waves, surfers getting

bounced off the bottom, and 3m

waves coming through.

Sounds like it could be addictive.

It is addictive, yes for sure, everything

about surfing’s addictive,

and therapeutic too.

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Tuesday April 4 2017

Hospital’s vegetable garden aids stroke recovery

BURWOOD HOSPITAL now

has a fresh source of healthy

vegetables for patients recovering

from severe strokes.

Christchurch service organisation

Kiwanas worked with local

businesses and trainee carpenters

from Ara Institute to construct

four raised garden beds.

Because the beds are raised,

wheelchair-bound patients can

still work in the gardens.

The produce is used in a special

kitchen at the stroke ward, where

patients learn to cook again with

help from therapists.

The Kiwanas maintained a vegetable

garden at the old hospital

site and wanted to replace it once

the new hospital was built.

They also provided four

seed-propogators and a mini

glasshouse.

The gardens were opened at a

recent function, where clinical

director of the stroke ward, Dr

John Maarsh, praised the club’s

contribution.

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Kiwanis

and Belinda

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stroke ward.

Winter sport

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Waitakiri School had its new entrants powhiri last week to welcome

children and families. The five-year-olds will start their first classes next

term. Head boy Ollie McCosh (above) spoke to parents and children at

the powhiri.

Aranui Community Trust recently held a

winter sports day for pupils from St James

School and Haeata Community Campus.

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An affordable opportunity for buyers as these properties are few and far between. Two bedrooms,

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For Sale: Offers Invited!

View: Phone for viewing times.

Broomfield 22 Hay Street

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Harcourts ID: BF27975

Renovators, Builders, DIY'ers! This property is calling out for those buyers that are searching for

an opportunity to get stuck in and create real value. Roll up the sleeves and recreate the vision that

this once beautifully loved Villa desperately deserves. With the Trust in debt, this uninsured as-iswhere-is

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Auction: Wednesday 19 th April from 3.00pm

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This adorable three bedroom home with a magical private back-yard and garage rumpus room,

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A natural approach to health

WARNING: A hot paint-stripping

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Take care when

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

ABOUT ONCE a year we get called to a

house that has been set on fire with a paint

stripping heat gun.

Of course, houses that have paint of

so many coats and thickness that they

require a heat gun, are normally made of

timber, generally many years old and dry

as a bone.

We had one of these fires on Tuesday in

Jutland St, North New Brighton.

Thankfully, this time the occupants of

the house noticed the wisps of smoke and

called the Fire Service nice and early. So

that a garden hose and a thermal imaging

camera check for hot spots were all that

was needed.

Sometimes the result is much worse. It

pays to check for any gaps between weatherboards

before starting.

Birds or rodent nests in wall cavities are

often responsible for fire development.

Don’t burn your house down trying to

improve it.

Smoke was also seen seeping out of a

house by neighbours in Skipton St, Mairehau,

a week ago. This time it turned out to

be muffins too long in the oven so it was

a matter of clearing the smoke away for

the attending crew. Sad for the St Albans

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What do you consider to be the main

moderator of your health? Do you consider

what you eat to be the number one

influence on the way your body operates,

or is it the amount and type of exercise?

Maybe you feel that the way you handle

or deal with the stress of modern life to

be the major determinant in how well and

healthy you are. It could be that you feel

there is a more spiritual component at

play or that your genes or family history

determines your health. What about

health literacy? Is there a correlation

between your knowledge of your own

body’s workings and how healthy you

are? Health literacy is about having the

ability to obtain, understand and process

information and services related to health

and to make appropriate health decisions

based on this knowledge. All of these

things play an important role in health and

obviously some will have more of a role

than others depending on the individual.

How you understand and choose to

deal with your health is a complex issue

involving many influences. As a natural

health practitioner I see my role as being

McKenzie Lifestyle Village

is in the final stages of

completion. There are still

great sites available and we also

have a number of affordable

villas ready for immediate

occupation.

Our beautiful Leisure Centre

was opened last year and the

pools, gymnasium and library

and lounge area are in use

daily. Outside, the bowling

green is very popular along

with Petanque, Mini-golf and

Table Bowls. By next summer

the Croquet Lawn will also be

available.

The residents enjoy an enviable resort style

lifestyle. It is also surprisingly affordable.

A former Christchurch resident, Judith,

says “We couldn’t have all this for what we

are paying if we were still in Christchurch.”

Another resident, David, says “my wife and

I have never been so well off as we are now

we moved to McKenzie Lifestyle Village.”

There are fuller testimonials on the village

homepage at mlv.co.nz.

someone that can help other people

to recognise the importance of these

moderators, identifying the ones that are

central to their health and to give them the

tools and knowledge to make the choices

they want to in order to achieve their

health goals. I help people understand their

health - explaining tests and diagnosis’s as

well as researching treatments available

to them. The most important approach to

your health is one that is informed - we

need to remember that we have choices

and that it is our responsibility to question,

research, explore all of the moderators

involved in this aspect of our lives. No

matter how you choose to deal with your

health, if you are feeling uninformed,

confused, frustrated, blasé or overwhelmed

reach out to someone to help you feel more

knowledgeable. I don’t believe there is one

single approach to health (or to anything

in life!), at times this is overwhelming

especially if you are dealing with a chronic

or life threatening issue. This is the time

when you want someone to tell you the

one thing that you can do that will turn

things around. Unfortunately even in these

The Leisure Centre at

McKenzie Lifestyle Village

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Geraldine is a great little town with a very

pleasant microclimate. There is plenty

to do in and around the town with art

galleries, theatre and cinema, interesting

shops and boutiques, two museums and a

wide range of good places to eat. For the

more adventurous there are river and forest

walks nearby, opportunities for biking and

a choice of two local golf clubs.

For more information you can talk to

David Connolly about this on

0800 84 55 24.

Marshall’s Health and Natural Therapy have two qualified medical herbalists and a team of highly

trained natural health advisors all offering a vast array of knowledge and experience.

We challenge ourselves to not only offer a great service, but to also go that step further in terms of

getting to the heart of your health issues and to help initiate change that will improve your health

in the long term. Our Herbalist Nadine Driver is available for private consultations, providing

guidance and education on a one on one basis. We also have a fully stocked dispensary packed

with high quality herbs and supplements! Come on in and have a chat and start to become more

informed and educated about the options available to support good health and wellbeing.

• Private consultations - with a focus on individualised health plans that suit your specific

needs and budget

• Bach flower remedies and consultations

• NZ Plant Rhythms remedies

• Practitioner only supplements available on prescription or via consultation

• Comprehensive range of dried herbs and liquid extracts, including NZ native herbs

• Tailor made tonics, medicinal creams, ointments, gels and poultices

• Comprehensive Functional testing including, hair & stool analysis, hormones, blood, thyroid etc.

• Blood pressure checks

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situations a multi-pronged approach is

needed and that is where employing the

guidance of a natural health practitioner

can be of use. There are also times when

a single approach has been exhausted

and people are feeling like they have tried

everything - often this is just a case of those

people not being exposed to other choices

and possible options. It is a great thing

when you can facilitate a change that was

previously unknown and get a positive

result.

Marshall’s Health & Natural Therapy,

110 Seaview Road, New Brighton,

PH: 388-5757 or email:

enquiry@marshallshealthshop.co.nz

THE JOYS OF HOME OWNERSHIP #27

CLEANING

THE SPOUTING

Wouldn’t you rather be learning to play

the bagpipes? Let us take care of the

spouting at your new home at

McKenzie Lifestyle Village in Geraldine.

Contact David Connolly on 0800 84 55 24.

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SENIOR LIVING

Aspire

Canterbury

Aspire Canterbury offers support, advice and

resources to older people and those with impairments,

their families and caregivers.

Removing barriers to everyday living for

individuals, Aspire Canterbury inspires people

to live life to the fullest no matter what their

difficulties. The Disability Information Service

is a source of valuable information about

the various services available to people

with short or long term impairments and

professionals from community/health

organisations.

Visit Aspire Canterbury’s shop at 314

Worcester Street or visit their website for

more information and resources. They also

have an online shop selling a wide selection of

easier living aids, and offer rental services for

wheelchairs, ramps and walkers.

Aspire now has a mobile service which is available

for free, fun, interactive presentations of all their

equipment and services to retirement homes/

villages and any other community groups wanting

a speaker.

For more information visit

www.aspirecanterbury.org.nz, 03 366 6189

mobileservices@aspirecanterbury.org.nz

We can help

Pain management

Living with pain can be the hardest part

of living with arthritis. For some forms of

arthritis, the cause of the pain is often not

well understood.

There are over 620,000 New Zealanders

living with a diagnosis of arthritis. That’s

one in six, but one in two is over 75 years

of age.

Arthritis-related pain causes significant

difficulties for many people. They find

that it impacts on their ability to conduct

everyday activities and to live life as fully

as possible. Sleeping at night becomes a

challenge and for many they hide their pain

from family and friends.

It’s important that those with arthritis

pain seek advice from their GP, pharmacist

or an Arthritis Educator.

PEGASUS POST

Pain management programmes, (such as

those held by Arthritis New Zealand), tend

to work well for older people. There is a

focus on what you can do rather than what

you cannot do. Pain may limit some of the

things that you can do, but it doesn’t have

to control your life. You can learn ways to

manage your pain. You may have to try

different self-management techniques until

you find what works best for you.

The key points of pain management will

be explored at the Workshops on 19th and

20th April.

It is important that you ask for help

when you need it. There is a great deal

of information on our website www.

arthritis.org.nz or call our helpline

0800 663 463

Support and Resources for Independent Living

walkers to

purchase

(FroM $230)

or hire

$20

per week

Can we help you or someone you support?

Disability Information Service – a ‘one stop

information service’ which offers unbiased

advice to assist people navigate their way to

organisations or services that can provide them

with support or advice.

Aspire Canterbury Shop – shop online or call in

to our shop at 314 Worcester Street and view our

range of easier living products We also hire out

wheelchairs, ramps and walkers.

Total Mobility Discounted Taxi Service – a scheme

which provides 50% discounts on taxi journeys to

eligible people in the Christchurch area who, due

to health conditions, are unable to access public

transport. Contact us for more information on

03 366 9093 or visit our website.

Mobile Service – Fun interactive presentations of

our information, services and easier living

equipment. We come to you! To book our

presenter to speak to your group call Richard

at numbers below or email mobileservices@

aspirecanterbury.org.nz

Mobility scooter demonstrations available.

Aspire Canterbury is a not-for-profit organisation

providing services to the community since 1981

Physical Address:

314 Worcester Street

Linwood Christchurch

Postal Address:

PO Box 32074

Christchurch 8147

2015 NZ Disability

Information Centre

of the Year

Ph: 03 366 6189

Freephone: 0800 347 242

Ph: (Total Mobility) 03 366 9093

Mobile Service: 027 588 9700

E: admin@aspirecanterbury.org.nz

W: www.aspirecanterbury.org.nz

Manage your arthritis

Wednesday

19 April

9.30-11.30am

Workshop

Pain Management

Avonhead Baptist

Church

102 Avonhead Road,

Christchurch

Do you live with the pain

of an arthritis condition

like: osteoarthritis,

rheumatoid arthritis or

one of the many other

forms?

If so, please come along

to this workshop; learn

more about how pain

works, and options

available for managing it.

Wednesday

19 April

Group Information

sessions

1-2pm:

Osteoarthritis

2.15-3.15pm:

Polymyalgia

Rheumatica

3.30-4.30pm:

Fibromyalgia

Oxford Terrace

Baptist Church

288 Oxford Terrace

(Access from Madras St)

Christchurch

Come along to one of our

education sessions to

learn more about these

types of arthritis.

Thursday

20 April

9.30-11.30am

Workshop

Pain Management

Oxford Terrace

Baptist Church

288 Oxford Terrace

(Access from Madras St)

Christchurch

Do you live with the pain

of an arthritis condition

like: osteoarthritis,

rheumatoid arthritis or

one of the many other

forms?

If so, please come along

to this workshop; learn

more about how pain

works, and options

available for managing it.

Please register: Contact Dave Cox, Arthritis NZ

P 0800 663 463 E dave.cox@arthritis.org.nz


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SENIOR LIVING

Golden Health Care

Golden Healthcare Group’s position at

the forefront of Canterbury’s residential

care services is cemented by a state-ofthe-art

facility being developed at Lady

Wigram Retirement Village.

The concept is to provide hotel-style

accommodation for those residents

who enjoy being part of a vibrant, social

community.

The group has already completed 50

villas with an additional 17 to be completed

by early 2017. Until the full project is

finalised, one of the villas built during

the first stage of construction has been

converted to accommodate social events

such as bowls, happy hours, high teas and

television viewing of sports fixtures.

Once the project is complete, it will

comprise 101 villas, 73 apartments, and

100 care beds. The proposed facilities will

include a rest home, hospital, and dementia

facilities, and permanent amenities such

as a community centre, Bowling Green,

swimming and spa pools, a gym, a theatre,

a library, and a hairdressing salon.

The villas will be offered in a

combination of two and three bedrooms

whereas apartment residents will have a

choice between one and two bedrooms.

The Lady Wigram Retirement Village is

a short stroll from The Landing, the central

retail hub of the Wigram Skies subdivision,

and only a short drive to Hornby Mall, the

Hornby Working Men’s Club and the city.

Lady Wigram Retirement Village is

one of eight facilities operated by Golden

Healthcare Group that offer a variety of

residential care services.

The large Christchurch-based group is

a privately owned provider that strives to

support every aspect of aged care.

Rest home care is provided in the Golden

Age Rest Home and Brookhaven Rest

Home, both of which also encompass

retirement villages. Brookhaven also

has a dementia care unit along with the

dedicated Camellia Court, Albarosa, and

Somerfield rest homes. Furthermore,

the Hoon Hay Rest Home is a dedicated

dementia wing, but the Hoon Hay House

on the same site specialises in mental

health.

Within the facilities, there are plenty

of opportunities to create unique

environments for differing requirements

for residents. Nursing care is provided

by registered nurses, regular scheduled

medical appointments and on-call doctors

ensure residents’ health is well monitored.

An activities co-ordinator ensures residents

will never be bored and they participate in

programmed activities, games, sing-alongs

with performances by visiting entertainers,

library book exchange and exercise

programmes. The group has four vans to

utilise for residents outings.

Each facility has its own kitchen and

offers nutritious home-style meals and

baking, and special diets are catered for.

Golden Healthcare employs 260 at its

facilities which care for about 350 residents.

All staff are highly trained, experienced,

and qualified in their roles.

Each facility offers regular resident and

family meetings to ensure feedback is

encouraged, and dementia facilities also

offer educational evening for families to

understand the dementia process. Respite

care is also provided at all facilities.

The Golden Healthcare Group website

goldenhealthcare.co.nz provides full

contacts.

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According to a country Doctor “D.C.

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Jarvis noted Vermonters who regularly

consumed cider vinegar and honey had

excellent health with many putting in a

vigorous day’s work on the farm even when

well into their eighties.

Dr. Jarvis found the effects of cider vinegar

and honey on arthritis can be remarkable

with many patients reporting almost total

relief after taking a course of the cider

vinegar and honey. Dr. Jarvis surmised that

the acid and potassium in cider vinegar

counteracted calcium deposits and helped

the body control calcium use.

As well as a general tonic Dr. Jarvis found

regular administration of cider vinegar and

honey at the onset of complaints such as the

common cold, sinusitis, asthmatic

attacks, hay fever, and childhood

diseases such as chicken pox and

measles, was accompanied by an

improvement in the condition with

symptoms either disappearing,

or the conditions were extremely

mild and soon over.

Apple cider vinegar contains

all the goodness of the apple in a

form that is readily accepted by

the body. Scientists have found

over 90 different substances in

ACV, among them 20 important

trace elements, minerals, essential

enzymes, a number of different

acids including malic acid, amino

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also the ACV can break down cholesterol

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ACV and H is a powerful tonic that

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nutrients and elimination of waste, and

helps neutralize any toxic substances that

enter the body.

It is important to note not all cider

vinegar is made in the traditional way and

results are likely to prove disappointing

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HOME & HEATING

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Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 11am-1pm

Head to Linwood Library

for a friendly craft

corner sessions. Take your

knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and

enjoy time with other

crafters.

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor Eastgate Shopping

Centre

Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Go down to the seaside

and enjoy live entertainment,

great food, fresh produce,

artisan bread, arts,

crafts, jewellery and more.

There’s also a bouncy castle

and free face-painting for

the littlies.

Brighton Mall Golden

Oldies Movie Screening

Monday, 1.30pm

Take a nostalgic journey

back to the golden age of

Hollywood at these weekly

film screenings. The offering

this week is The

Seekers, a 1954 British adventure

film starring Jack

Hawkins and Glynis Johns.

Go early for a cuppa and a

biscuit. $2 donation.

New Brighton Museum,

cnr Hardy St and Seaview

Rd

Art Auction

Saturday, April 8. Viewing

from 5pm. Auction,

7-11pm

The South Brighton Surf

Lifesaving Club is hosting

an art auction to raise

funds for their popular

nippers programme. Work

from a range of New Zealand

artists will be for sale,

from sculptures, paintings

and pottery to handcrafted

jewellery, sketches, photography

and more. A light

supper is provided.

South Brighton Surf

Club, Marine Pde. Koha

donation.

Kids Market

Sunday, April 9, 11am-

2pm

South New Brighton

School is holding a kids

market this weekend.

There will be a sausage

sizzle, coffee van and cake

stall.

South New Brighton

School, 160 Estuary Rd,

South Brighton

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, April 4, and

Tuesday, April 11, 3.30-

4.30pm

Designed to provide a

relaxed, non-threatening

atmosphere which encourages

children to practise

their reading skills and

develop a love of reading.

The programme uses

dogs which are the pets

of the city council animal

management team. Library

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

DELIGHTFUL SOUNDS: The Christchurch Accordion Orchestra will perform

a free concert at the Linwood Library on Saturday afternoon. The group will

deliver a concord of sounds from this beautiful folk instrument. After forming

in 1972, the orchestra has been a New Zealand champion several times and

toured extensively. They focus now on the joy of making music for fun and

entertainment, often performing for the Lions Club and the Scottish Society.

Hear them play on Saturday, 1.30-2.30pm, 1st floor Eastgate Shopping Centre. ​

staff and a dog handler will

be present at all times. Sessions

are 15min long.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Book Discussion Group

Monday, April 10, 10.30-

11.30am

For those who love

reading and want to share

in discussion with other

friendly book lovers.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd. Phone 941

7923 to inquire as places

are limited.

Creative Writing Workshops

Wednesdays, 4-5.45pm

Work with a writing tutor

who helps group members

to craft, create and develop

their own work.

Take some pens or pencils,

paper, and your wonderful

ideas.

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor Eastgate Shopping

Centre.

Art Exhibition

Monday to Friday, 11am-

4pm

Isaac Hughes is a

disability activist, poet

and visual artist

who enjoys creating

performance art that

crosses national and

disciplinary borders.

Eastside Gallery, 388

Worcester St, Linwood

Faerie Picnic

Sunday, April 9, 12.30-

2.30pm

Everyone’s invited to

the final faerie picnic of

the summer. There’ll be

games, a fairy garden tour,

free face-painting, giant

bubbles and hula hoops

and a faerie garden teacup

competition.

Rawhiti Domain, South

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year round. The team at Enviro Master Ltd

can help keep you cool this Summer either at

home or work. Enviro Master supplies, installs

and services all the leading brands including

Panasonic, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi and Daikin.

This means our team can show you which

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We currently have savings up to $600

off the recommended retail price on

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Heating your pool can do this and one of the

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Servicing your heat pump is extremely

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in a healthy, hygienic heat pump, lower power

bills and greater comfort. But beware, not

all cleaning companies are equal. We are

constantly hearing of people being charged

huge amounts for servicing and all they are

getting is a heat pump clean. We at Enviro

Master, are qualified engineers and therefore

are able to fully test and diagnose any problems

you may or may not be aware of with your

heat pump. Also, as we are associated with all

major brands, we are able to repair these under

warranty if they are still within the warranty

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It is important to remember, when selecting

an installer, the manufacturer’s warranty does

not cover the installation and consumers could

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to the system due to poor installation. Enviro

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HOME & HEATING

Air Con Christchurch

Tucker Electrical

We at Tucker Electrical offer true solutions with full

visibility and quality products.

Air Con Christchurch Tucker Electrical

specialize in providing Heating, Ventilation

and Solar solutions with Automation to save

energy. As a sister company they provide the

complete package with all warranties and an

Air Con New Zealand $50,000 workmanship

warranty, being agents for Mitsubishi

Electrical, Fujitsu, Panasonic, Gree, Toshiba

plus multiple supply options for solar solutions.

Home Automation is fast becoming the

normal control of energy and the Econnecx

locally designed system is cost effective and

can be used to control all aspects of your

commercial or home premises from turning

lights on/off to the control of the heat pump

central heating systems, and of course the

biggest saver, hot water, all from your phone

via an app.

Mitsubishi Hypercore is an ideal heat pump/

air conditioner for the South Island as it works

at the nominal rating down to minus 15

degrees at full rated output (no other brand of

heat pump does that), add to the performance

in the cold the multi direction louvers and duct

vane air louvers and advanced air filtration

with the movement sensor, all these add up to

the best performer in the range of all brands

heat pumps and wifi control and you have an

unbeatable solution.

With Solar PV (Electrical Power Generation)

there are many pit falls and false quick sales

are being made due to misleading television

advertising and badly sold solutions. We at

Tucker Electrical offer true solutions with

full visibility and quality products providing

instant assessment of your actual generation

suitability by a full report.

Did you know you can, if installed correctly,

check each panel is working correctly? Did

you know you can assess/see the total amount

of generation of your system and the instant

position of generation? Many package deals do

not offer this and then you are only guessing

when trying to maximise the use and benefit

of your investment. On a financial return basis

we can show you how a 12% return on your

investment is quite simple.

Call us for any information or confirmations

for free Build Back Smarter Home Assessments

which are supported by the Christchurch City

Council (we are one of only three suppliers for

the programme). All our assessors are Beacon

Pathway Accredited and trained.

Call Stephen Tucker on 027 432 6222

anytime or the office on 343 3049 to book

an appointment or assessment and free

quote for Tucker Electrical or Air Con

Christchurch.

The facts about

home ventilation

Balanced Pressure vs Positive Pressure

Under the New Zealand Building Code,

all buildings, including residential, need to

be suitably ventilated, either with opening

windows or forced ventilation. Clause G4.1

states: “The objective of this provision is

to safeguard people from illness or loss of

amenity due to lack of fresh air.” There are

many benefits to forced, or mechanical,

ventilation over opening windows, including

warmth, security, reduction of outside noises

and reduction of condensation.

Traditional domestic ventilation systems

are ‘positive pressure’. They bring air in from

outside via the roof space and force the stale air

out through gaps around windows and doors.

The incoming air from these

systems has to be heated or

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Hornby WMC, 17 Carmen Rd,

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www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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