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Brighton plans outlined

• By Sarla Donovan

PLANS FOR a reconfigured

commercial heart in New

Brighton show a mix of niche

retail, residential living, a village

green and an expanded market.

Development Christchurch Ltd

is the city council-owned company

charged with leading the

regeneration of New Brighton.

Chief executive Rob Hall was a

guest speaker at the Southshore

Residents’ Association annual

meeting last week, revealing

what could be on the cards.

Concept plans showed a

village green located at the back

of the Pierside Cafe, on the corner

of Marine Pde and Brighton

Mall.

Three blocks of city councilowned

land on Beresford St,

currently used for car parking,

were earmarked for residential

development.

The city council is in the

process of transferring the land

parcels to DCL.

Mr Hall said he envisaged

working with private developers

to build good quality,

townhouse-style properties.

Land currently occupied by

the Countdown supermarket

was identified as niche retail,

with food, beverage and leisure

activities.

Countdown was interested in

having a bigger space, Mr Hall

said, and may expand on the

current site or relocate further

back from Marine Pde.

Countdown was keen to tie-in

with the regeneration vision, he

said.

An expanded market was also

part of the plan.

New Brighton Project coordinator

Martha Baxendell said

she was open to the idea.

“(It’s) grown naturally over

the past six years and with the

Riccarton market ending, we’re

getting more and more inquiries

from that side of town. The more

we grow, the more it’s inviting

for people outside our area coming

in.”

Mike Pero Real Estate New

Brighton franchise owner Dean

Cations said he’d like to see

the market expand and run on

Saturday and Sunday.

•Turn to page 4

Estella’s hungry for

more success on

the waves

• By Andrew King

PROMISING YOUNG surfer Estella

Hungerford won the girls open

section in testing conditions at the

Canterbury scholastic championships

at New Brighton Beach.

The 15-year-old Haeata Community

Campus student backed up her form

at the Canterbury championships in

March where she was second in the

junior women’s, second in the open

women’s and third in the longboard

section.

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SOUTHSHORE AND South

New Brighton residents have

every reason to be worried about

the erosion along the estuary (see

page 3).

As sea levels rise over the coming

decades, the spit could be at

the mercy of the ocean.

What Rocking Horse Rd residents

don’t need is for the estuary

side to keep eroding away as it is

now.

The city council spent just

over $4 million on a sea wall at

Redcliffs – so the question is why

can’t Southshore and South New

Brighton have the same.

It’s probably to do with ownership.

The red zone is owned by the

Government, but they are considering

gifting it to the city council.

Gifting? More like a hospital

pass because it will then be the

city council’s responsibility to pay

for a sea wall. – Barry Clarke

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Plea for help to stop erosion

• By Sarla Donovan

SOUTHSHORE AND South

New Brighton residents are

desperate for action as seawater

erodes the estuary edge.

Six years after the February

2011 earthquake, a city councilbuilt

$4.6 million seawall

protects the Redcliffs side of the

Avon-Heathcote estuary.

However, it’s a different story

over at Southshore and South

New Brighton,

where privately

built seawalls were

destroyed during

the clearance of red

zone properties.

Southshore Residents’

Association

Ivan Iafeta

chairman Bill Simpson said this

left the area open to erosion and

flooding from storms and high

tide. The red-zoned land bordering

the estuary edge is owned

by the crown and its future is

undecided.

Mr Simpson said people just

wanted to know what they could

do to help get the issue resolved.

Nik and Liz Yuki moved to the

area from Wanaka in 2012. Mr

Yuki said while their Rocking

Horse Rd property wasn’t physically

affected by flooding, they

were concerned about the stigma

SHOCKED: Southshore residents Nik and Liz Yuki, with son

Rome and daughter Ripley, are shocked nothing has been done

to protect the estuary edge. (Right) Seawall remnants provide

little protection against storms and high tides ​

around the suburb.

“It affects the property values

and attractiveness of our area.

It worries us – this is our livelihood,

the future of our family.

We want something resolved.”

There was also frustration

and emotion at the association’s

annual meeting last week, as

residents questioned Regenerate

Christchurch chief executive

Ivan Iafeta about what was being

done.

Another Rocking Horse Rd

resident, Bruce Tait, said people

in Southshore were living with

the problems.

“Earthquake damage hasn’t

been addressed. There is a

perception that this area is flood

prone, when in fact the area has

been red-zoned and then not

managed. It’s made our community

look vulnerable, which has

been exacerbated by the public

discussion over sea level rise.

Our community is getting a bad

rap, a bad name and things are

not being done. The estuary edge

is being eaten away every day

with inaction.”

Mr Iafeta said he was aware

steps needed to be taken quickly

and Regenerate Christchurch

were looking to the local community

for feedback on what

needed to be done.

Vivienne Johnson, also of

Rocking Horse Rd, said some

parts of the estuary edge were

particularly vulnerable and

needed to be identified.

“It would be a relief to many if

we saw visible evidence of something

happening,” she said.

Regenerate Christchurch is

working on a “project plan” for

the area, said general manager

residential red zone Rob Kerr.

But he “didn’t have an answer”

for when it would be completed.

He said one of the outcomes of

the consultation process could be

the Government gifting the red

zone land to the city council.

In Brief

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MEANS LONGER TRIAL

The three-month trial of New

Brighton’s solar powered

rubbish and recycling bins

located near the Whale Pool

playground has been extended

out until August after problems

with the recycling system. A

high level of contamination

in the recycling bin meant

it had to be manually sorted

twice a week prior to collection

and any contaminated items

removed. The decision to

extend the trial would give

time to “explore further

options for recycling”,

city council smart cities

programme manager Teresa

McCallum said.

DECISION DUE ON NEW

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A decision is due this week

on whether a new cafe and

a dairy at 183 Union St will

get resource consent. Owners

of a neighbouring property

in Tovey St have objected,

fearing the building will be

intrusive, unsightly and affect

the resale value of their house.

The consent applicant wants

to replace three small vacant

shops on the site with a larger

commercial unit housing a cafe

and a dairy.

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Brighton plans outlined

•From page 1

Mr Cations said he supported

the work DCL was

doing in New Brighton.

They faced a difficult job,

he said, with a number of

building owners who “just

don’t care. They just sit

there and land bank. You

can’t do anything then.”

Paper Plus owner Blair

Hughes agreed some “terrible

property owners” were

holding things back.

“I assume that’s something

DCL and the council

will look at.”

He said DCL were on the

right track with the playground

development, hot

salt water pools and moves

to shrink the retail area and

increase residential land.

“They at least understand

you can’t just do one thing

and assume you’ll fix

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On the beach side of

Marine Pde, the new playground,

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Mr Hall said the concept

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Eastern schools roll out new zones

• By Sarla Donovan

FAMILIES NEED to plan

ahead if they want to send their

children to Bromley School as a

new enrolment zone takes effect

next term.

Bromley School

principal Scot

Kinley said he’d recently

turned away

15 five-year-old

pupils wanting to

Scot

Kinley

attend the school,

as it was already

above capacity.

Roll growth has prompted the

Ministry of Education to implement

zones around Bromley

and several other schools in the

city’s east.

The enrolment zone will

restrict Bromley’s roll to 320.

Mr Kinley is concerned the

local community doesn’t know

about the changes that are happening.

“They’re not aware that their

THE TIMEFRAME for

public feedback on Burwood’s

Horseshoe Lake Reserve has

been extended.

The reserve will have its original

earthquake-damaged sevenspace

car park replaced with a

larger one, but the city council

CHANGES: Bromley School’s popularity has lead to an

enrolment zone being put in place.

children may not be able to go

to the school they want them

to.”

He said parents of pre-schoolers

will have to plan ahead and

think about where they lived in

relation to school choice.

“This is a massive issue for

wants feedback on whether to

replace the footbridge or remove

it and build a rockery across the

stream instead.

The bridge replacement would

cost an extra $50,000, but it was

likely to be damaged again if

another earthquake struck.

people in this area.”

Bromley’s roll, currently

at 382, is expected to rise to

400 by the end of the year. Mr

Kinley said even with the loss

of the year 6 pupils, they would

start 2018 above their capacity

of 320 and it would be a gradual

A cheaper option would

involve placing rocks in the

stream bed which people could

use to cross the waterway.

This would not impact on the

flow of the stream as there were

other rocks upstream, the city

council said.

process of “managing the roll

down.”

Other schools in the east of

the city are bringing in enrolment

schemes as rolls continue

to grow.

Linwood North School had

its enrolment zone confirmed

by the Ministry of Education

this week. It will give the school

a capacity of 400.

Principal Sandra Smith said

the school roll, currently at 275,

was “rapidly increasing.”

She said it would need to

open an extra classroom next

term to accommodate new entrants

for the rest of the year.

Linwood Avenue School has

started working with the ministry

on a potential school zone.

•People wanting information

on the Bromley enrolment

zone should phone

the school on 389 7716. The

Linwood North School zone

is on its website –

linwoodnorth.school.nz

Quake repairs to Horseshoe Lake Reserve delayed

The walkway would then be

rebuilt on more stable ground

closer to the road, and the

$50,000 saving could be used

for other work within the

reserve.

The consultation period runs

until June 9.

In Brief

MARATHON TRAFFIC DELAYS

Expect delays if travelling near the

ASB Christchurch Marathon route

on Sunday morning. There will be

limited crossing opportunities at

Stanmore and Gayhurst Rds but

long delays. The city council is

encouraging people to use Anzac

Dr/Pages Rd or Deans Ave to get

around the course.

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Twenty units used for temporary

accommodation after the

earthquakes have been sold. The

units at Rawhiti Domain were

offered to farmers displaced by the

Kaikoura earthquake for $24,510

with Government meeting the costs

of transport. Sixteen units will be

transported to farms in Hurunui,

Kaikoura and Marlborough

districts and the remaining four

will be used to create a temporary

village in Waiau.

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pools has been suggested as a way

to reduce the number of times

pools closed down because of ‘code

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Baker said the nappies could be

provided free to all parents of small

children, or offered to those who

chose not to purchase a nappy onsite.

The idea was tabled as part of

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The next wave of surfing talent

•From page 1

Said Hungerford: “I was really

surprised when I won. The conditions

were super challenging

by the time it got to our final, all

the girls surfed really well.

“I had a game plan at the start

of the heat but, as soon as it

started, it went out the window.”

The scholastic championships

are only for high school students,

while the Canterbury championships

are open to everyone.

It was a successful outing for

surfers in the Pegasus Post area

with Shirley Boys’ High students

Myka Black winning the under-14

boys section and Zack van

Eekelen winning the under-16

boys.

Black’s performance saw him

dominate his section with beautifully

crafted cutbacks impressing

the judges.

• By Gordon Findlater

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High will head

to Nelson on Friday looking

to bounce back from two

defeats in the space of five

days.

The trip to Waimea

Combined for Saturday’s

sixth round of the UC

Championship follows

Shirley’s defeat to

Marlborough Boys’ College

23-36 in Blenheim last week

and a home defeat to Rangiora

Josh McCaffery, also from

Shirley Boys’ High, was second

in the under-16 section and

showed his ability by riding a

long right-hander under the pier

in his final pass.

A southerly front kicked up in

the mid-morning, giving riders a

2-3m swell to compete on.

THE EVENT was a trial for

the Canterbury scholastic surf

team, with a training squad

to be announced in June in

preparation for the national

scholastic surf championships in

Gisborne in October.

STUNNING: Myka Black

carved it up on his way to

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It does disrupt the training week

but that’s something we have to

deal with,” said Gibson.

SPORTS

Shirley Boys’ High

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on football table

• By Andrew King

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High will face

a hurt St Andrew’s College side

tomorrow night in the Connetics

first XI football competition after

sitting out round 4’s goal fest with

a bye.

Thirty-eight goals were scored

in six matches on Wednesday, the

most in a round so far this season.

St Andrew’s were narrowly

beaten by Christchurch Boys’

High 1-0 in round 4, pushing

them to sixth on the table, just

ahead of Shirley.

A win tomorrow for Shirley

would see them potentially jump

into third spot if other results go

their way.

However, for that to happen,

Cashmere and Riccarton would

have to draw and Rangiora will

need to beat Burnside.

The last time the two met,

Shirley edged St Andrew’s 4-3.

The game will be played at

7.30pm at the Christchurch Football

Centre.

Connetics first XI table

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but less than 10 per

cent of those experiencing

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Red Cross product development

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was keen to see more

AEDs in the community.

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Tuesday May 30 2017 9

Have you been declined

treatment by the DHB ?

The Canterbury Charity Hospital

may be able to treat you at no cost.

Our current services are:

• Colonoscopy (acute and screening)

• Gynaecology and women’s health

• Cataracts

• Upper and lower limb orthopaedics

• Vascular (severe varicose veins)

• General surgery (abdominal, rectal)

• Oral surgery and dentistry (* conditions apply)

• Counselling (by self referral)

To be treated by the Charity Hospital you must:

• Have been turned down in writing for treatment by the CDHB

• Not have medical insurance

• Not be able to afford the treatment privately (means tested)

• Have a referral from your doctor

* All dentistry and oral surgery patients need a dentist’s referral.

Dentistry is available for WINZ clients only, whilst oral surgery may be

available if you fit the above criteria.

Why are the Charity Hospital’s services at no cost to the patient?

More than 280 unpaid volunteer surgeons, nurses, dentists and support staff

generously donate their time for free. The Charity Hospital does not receive any

Government funding.

Volunteers are always welcome.

If you are a surgeon, nurse or technician, volunteer forms are on our website at

www.charityhospital.org.nz or email reception@charityhospital.org.nz

To donate to the charity please visit our website at www.charityhospital.org.nz.

Your next step...

get a referral from your doctor or dentist - please don’t contact the hospital directly.

For more information:

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DEADLINE SALE

AUCTION FOR SALE

Burnside 354 Memorial Avenue

First-Home / Retirees / Investors!

3 21 21

Harcourts ID: PLS2245

The owners have taken meticulous care of their beloved property, but have had a recent change in

personal circumstances - allowing a new buyer the opportunity for this absolutely charming entry

level three bedroom home with modern refurbishments + garage-studio home, in a prime urban

location. Nestled on a private rear section, bordered by beautifully established trees.

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

M 027 413 0797 or 027 626 2824 P 03 385 0343

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / The Palms Licensed Agent REAA 2008

DEADLINE SALE

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Thursday 15 th June at 4.00pm.

View: Phone for viewing times.

Fendalton 78 Puriri Street

Refresh Or Redevelop!

Harcourts ID: PLS2244

This classic character home on a full-sized section in a prime location, is SCREAMING with potential

- providing great opportunity to refresh, redevelop, or simply enjoy as it is. True to the style of the

era, the rooms and living areas are wonderfully spacious, emphasised with high-stud ceilings and

tall windows throughout. Situated on an extremely valuable and rare 918m² section.

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

M 027 413 0797 or 027 626 2824 P 03 385 0343

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / The Palms Licensed Agent REAA 2008

DEADLINE SALE

3 1 2

Auction: 31 st May at 3:00 p.m, Russley Golf Club

Memorial Avenue (unless sold prior)

View: Phone for viewing times.

Mairehau 2/29 Harrison Street

First-home'rs / Investors!

FOR SALE

3 1 2

Harcourts ID: PLS2234

This classic character bungalow has had refreshments to improve for modern living, including

repainting, recarpeting, rewiring, modernised kitchen and bathroom and installation of heat-pump

- whilst keeping the original charm, with large living areas / bedrooms and stained-glass detailing

throughout... all situated on a private section in a convenient city fringe location.

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

M 027 413 0797 or 027 626 2824 P 03 385 0343

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / The Palms Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Thursday 8 th June at 4.00pm.

View: Phone for viewing times.

Richmond 3/29 Heywood Terrace

Hot In The City!

Harcourts ID: BF28372

Your town pad is here ready and waiting! Fully renovated to a high standard, the first thing you see

you when you walk in is the beautiful kitchen. Compact but stylish. Boasting a good sized double

master and second double bedroom, both have double built in robes. Polished floorboards,

double glazing and a heat pump ramp up the style and comfort factor of this great property.

Andrea Twiss

M 021 256 4087 P 03 385 0343

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Office Licensed Agent REAA 2008

FOR SALE

2 1 1

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Wednesday 14 th June at 4.00pm.

View: Phone for viewing times.

Woolston 100 Tilford Street

URGENT SALE

2 1 1

Harcourts ID: BF28273

The need to be closer to family dictates the sale of this sunny warm standalone townhouse. This

home is affordable for the 1st home buyer or Investor and offers two generous double bedrooms,

open plan kitchen and dining and the lounge opens to an outdoor living area which is bathed in

sunshine. A new heat pump will warm the home for the cooler months. Offers invited!

Woolston 98A Randolph Street

Time is Running Out!

3 1 3

Harcourts ID: BF27924

Urgent Sale required! Refreshed with new carpet, drapes and paint, this cosy home would suit the

first home buyer or Investor. Three bedrooms, a functional kitchen with breakfast bar and plenty of

storage and a combined dining area. The lounge opens to a great deck which captures all day sun

and a pellet fire for the chilly winter days. A brand new double garage with a double carport.

Anne Davis

M 027 492 7694 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Price: $365,000

View: Phone for viewing times.

Anne Davis

M 027 492 7694 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Price: All reasonable offers considered!

View: Phone for viewing times.

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Tuesday May 30 2017 11

Stunning Sanctuary Must Be Sold!

21B Plynlimon Road - Fendalton

4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 2 Car Garage | Off Street Parking | Property ID: PLS2240 | AUCTION: Wednesday 31 st May @ 3:00 p.m Russley Golf Club (unless sold prior).

The owners have poured their heart

and soul into the meticulous design

and build of this stunning traditionalmodern

home, but due to a changed

family life-path with an oncoming

retirement and the children now

grown - the property must be sold,

allowing a new buyer the opportunity

for a beautiful home in a coveted bluechip

Christchurch location.

Carefully designed with sun, space and

family-comfort in mind presents an

environment which evokes a sense of

calm from the hectic world beyond.

An expansive array of windows and

doors floods the home with natural

light and warmth, complimented by

the glorious 3m stud-height of the

living areas and the exquisite kitchen

hub with dual-access scullery.

Multiple-access outdoor areas

to suit the occasion or weather,

interconnecting living areas to close off

or extend at will, and split-level living

with noise-protection enhancements

- ensures the busy family will have

ample room to enjoy each other, and

also their own independence of space

when needed too.

For more information contact Mitchell

Roberts 027 413 0797 or Mana Tai 027

626 2824. Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty

Ltd/The Palms Office 03 385 0343.

Licensed Agent REAA 2008.

April 2016 - March 2017

CONGRATULATIONS

Harcourts Annual Award Winners

Harcourts Belfast

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Harcourts Canterbury 2016/2017

P 03 323 6045

A 804 Main North Road, Belfast

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Licensed Agent REAA 2008

James Keir

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Lister - 2 nd Place

P. 027 274 6112

Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Mitchell Roberts

Top National Sales

Consultant - 16 th Place

P. 027 413 0797

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Art Exhibition

Weekdays, 11am-4pm. Saturday,

12-3pm.

Paige Officer is an emerging

artist working mainly in oil on

canvas. She explores her love of

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

all things equine. Damian Holt

by 5pm each Wednesday

uses acrylic on MDF custom

wood whose art features several

themes including classic New

New Brighton Library, Marine

Zealand landscape scenes reproduced

from his photographs.

Pde

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester

St

Seaside Treasures Craft

Group

Tuesday 1.30pm

Seaside Treasures invite crafty

folk to come along to their weekly

group. Take your craft with

you or learn a whole new one.

Community Board Room,

Union St

Robo Club

Wednesday 3.30-4.30pm

In this six-week course, with

Lego Mindstorms EV3, you will

learn the basics of how robots

work and how to programme one

to use sensors to complete a set of

challenges. Suitable for ages eight

to 12.

New Brighton Library, Marine

Pde

Meditation and Bhuddism

Wednesday 5.30-6.45pm

Needing more calmness in

your life? This is a drop-in class

consisting of guided meditation

and a talk based on Buddhist

wisdom with teacher Kate

Fulkner. All welcome.

Antidote Juice Bar, Shop 6,

Carnaby Lane

Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Head to the seaside this weekend

and enjoy live entertainment,

great food, fresh produce, artisan

bread, arts, crafts, jewellery and

more.

New Brighton Mall

Magic: The Gathering

Saturday, 1pm-4pm

Take your Magic: The Gathering

decks along to play, swap

cards or hang out. Snacks

provided. Suitable for ages eight

to 18.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

DIY Workshop

Saturday and Sunday, 11am-

1pm

Learn how to DIY with the

help of a team of experts. These

free workshops will give you the

skills and inspiration to DIY in

your own home and garden.

Bunnings Warehouse, 197

Marshland Rd

Art Session

Monday 10am-12pm

Get your artistic juices flowing

with Otautahi Creative Spaces.

This is a chance to take some

time out from your busy lives to

relax, have a cup of tea, and make

beautiful things.

Golden Oldies Movie Screening

Monday, 1.30pm

Catch a remarkable performance

from Dame Helen Mirren

playing Queen Elizabeth II, in The

Queen. The 2006 historical drama

also stars Michael Sheen and is

directed by Stephen Frears.

New Brighton Museum, cnr

Hardy St and Seaview Rd. $2

donation.

Mahjong Club

Monday 12.30pm-3pm

Enjoy playing this ancient

game in a relaxed environment

followed by a cuppa.

South New Brighton Community

Centre, Beatty St.

Talofa

Christchurch city libraries have

some special events on to mark

Samoan language week. Today

at New Brighton library, Samoan

Storytimes has stories and songs,

10.30-11am. At Parklands library

from 3.30-4.30pm, make your

own Samoan jandals. Learn

about Pasifika patterns and make

tapa tiles at Aranui library on

Wednesday 3.30-4.30pm and at

New Brighton library on Friday,

3.30-4.30pm.

WELCOME: Bilingual teacher Erana Ruki (third from right) is

welcomed to South Brighton Playcentre last week. She will be

running a weekly session in Te Reo for children and parents. ​

Bilingual sessions

at playcentre

• By Sarla Donovan

SOUTH BRIGHTON Playcentre

is the first in Canterbury to offer

a weekly bilingual session.

Playcentre secretary Amy

Allen said it was an exciting

development.

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a bilingual session for a number

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off the ground. We are hoping it

will give families attending the

chance to speak Te Reo Māori

to their children and also to

increase and normalise the use

of Te Reo in our community.”

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Latest Christchurch news at www.

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Chiropractors offer natural solution

to stress-related ailments

More than six years on from the Christchurch earthquake,

many residents are still suffering from stress and stressrelated

ailments as a result of the event.

Dr Mary Patterson Chiropractor of

the Christchurch Wellness Centre in

Memorial Avenue says she is continually

hearing from patients about how stress

is affecting their lives and their health, a

lot of which can be directly linked to the

earthquakes.

“Stress on the body can be physical,

chemical or emotional. Emotional stress

can be caused through events such as the

earthquakes,” Mary says. “Physical stress

such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder

pain and headaches, can be the result of

activities such as gardening, or the result

of injury from an accident.

“Chemical stress can come about from

not eating the right foods, or it can be

from environmental causes. Chiropractic

care is a natural solution that enhances

the body’s natural ability to heal itself

from any of these stresses.”

Established in June 2016, the

Christchurch Wellness Centre’s focus is

on quality and results, with the services

of two fully qualified chiropractors,

Mary and her colleague Dr Priyanka

Tuank. Both studied chiropractic for five

years before graduating from the New

Zealand College of Chiropractic, and they

continue a lifelong education.

Before starting treatment, the two

practitioners ensure their patients fully

understand how chiropractic care works

in addressing their health problems

– that as a natural form of hands-on

health treatment, chiropractic uses spinal

adjustments to correct misalignments of

the spine and restore proper function to

the nervous system, helping the body to

heal naturally.

Massage and muscular therapy is

provided to relieve pain and compliment

the chiropractic care. There is also a

nutritionist on the Christchurch Wellness

Centre team, who advises patients on

what foods and supplements they need to

keep their body in balance and maintain

good health. Lifestyle advice is also given

if required, so patients understand how

they can achieve a healthier way of living.

To find out more about their services,

visit their website www.chchwellness.

co.nz. You can make an appointment

online, or phone 357 9222. The

Christchurch Wellness Centre is

located at 390 Memorial Avenue, near

the Russley Golf Course, with parking

onsite.

Dr Mary Patterson (left)

and Dr Priyanka Tuank,

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REAL ESTATE

Stunning on Elmtree

2 Elmtree Close, Parklands - Enquiries Over $669,000

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing # SMT10110

This stunning, contemporary home,

with its sunny entertaining patio area is

sure to steal your heart. This ideal location

with forest backdrop and a wonderful

community may be just what you require.

A striking property from the outset set

on 708m2 this sunny two year old family

sized home of 217m2 boasts four generous

double bedrooms two bathrooms including

the (master with ensuite) and separate wc.

The open plan kitchen/living/dining area

is light and bright with a contemporary

kitchen and scullery at its heart whilst doors

create seamless flow out onto the patio areaperfect

for those social summer occasions.

The cosy separate living area offers a lovely

alternative space. This exceptional property

sits proud on the corner.

The highlights continue with a large, sunsoaked

patio/entertainment area, perfect

for BBQs, while manicured gardens,

established shrubs and full fencing help

create relaxing surrounds - consider it your

very own private sanctuary.

The location is a dream with the cafes,

shops and services of Parklands shopping

centre a short drive, along with the

recreational forest and beach close by. This,

along with Queenspark Primary School a

short walk, all help to underpin the strength

of your investment.

Immaculately presented and marketed

with genuine commitment and appeal,

this contemporary stunner is undergoing

a change of ownership. Early viewing is

highly advised as homes of this calibre in

this enviable location will quickly steal the

hearts of discerning buyers everywhere.

Proudly marketed by Smart Real

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Please call Debra Hakaraia for viewing

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Tuesday May 30 2017 19

CLOSE YOUR

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