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War memorial protection

panels cop criticism

• By Sarla Donovan

PANELS DESIGNED to protect

New Brighton’s iconic war

memorial from graffiti have been

criticised by locals as “horribly

ugly.”

However, the New Brighton

RSA says they are needed to

safeguard the monument for

future generations.

The $25,000 panels were

given the okay by the RSA and

installed by the city council just

over a week ago.

RSA executive manager Garry

House said people needed to

understand that the clear panels

have a film over top of them,

which can be replaced if they

are defaced, keeping the monuments

clean.

They could also be easily removed

for ceremonial purposes

such as Anzac Day.

“It’s not a perfect solution

but it’s a lot better than having

graffiti all over the cenotaph,

which does lasting damage to the

sandstone.”

He said he wanted to give the

panels a chance and “if it turns

into a disaster” then they’d need

to look at other options.

New Brighton Project coordinator

Martha Baxendell said

they reinforced the idea that New

Brighton was not a safe or good

place to be and detracted from

the area.

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“They are just horribly ugly.

We did a photo shoot with

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wanted to do an Anzac shoot but

we had to relocate to the Burwood

War Memorial.”

She said the memorial had only

been tagged once in the last two

years and there wasn’t really a

need for it to be protected.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Tim Sintes

said he didn’t know how else

they could protect the memorial

“apart from a barbed wire fence.”

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David East said the panels

weren’t ideal but he was happy

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News.......................................3-5

OPINION WILL no doubt be

polarised on the panels put in

to protect the Brighton war

memorial from that scourge of

neighbourhoods – taggers.

The panels are designed to stop

taggers, and hopefully that happens.

The Pegasus Post has canvassed

Brighton people for their views

(see page 1) and not surprising

most are beating the same drum:

Necessary but ugly. “Horribly

ugly” in some cases.

Brighton RSA boss Garry House

thinks the panels are okay, but

understandably the main concern

is to get the memorial protected.

At the end of the day, stopping

the taggers is the key. Easier said

than done.

Another problem that is not easy

to solve is Bromley’s midges (see

page 3).

City council people are meeting

with residents tomorrow.

Good luck. – Barry Clarke

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Bid to solve midge problem

In Brief

• By Sarla Donovan

MIDGE-PLAGUED Bromley

residents will meet with staff

from the nearby wastewater

treatment plant, the city council

and the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board tomorrow in

hopes of working out a solution

to a problem they say is getting

worse every year.

Board chairwoman

Kim

Money (left)

said the meeting

would allow affected

residents

the chance to air

their feelings.

“We want the residents to feel

comfortable to say what they

want to say to staff. All of us

want to sit down and have a really

open and good discussion.”

In spite of an $800,000

spend over the past two years,

locals say their properties are

inundated with swarms of the

non-biting insects over summer,

forcing them indoors and making

life a misery.

They say the current methods

of control aren’t working, and

want the city council to look at

alternatives.

INUNDATED: Bromley residents tired of midges swarming

their properties will attend a meeting in New Brighton

tomorrow to look at new ways of solving the problem.

Shortland St resident Janet

Profit said she and others were

“over it,” and wanted the problem

sorted before next summer.

“We can’t have another year of it.

Ms Money said she wanted

to get all the relevant parties

around the table to revisit what

had been done and look at what

new options were possible.

“We want something positive

to come out of this. I know I

couldn’t live with that.”

•Kim Money, Our People, p6

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Retired teacher gets Queen’s honour

• By Sarla Donovan

RETIRED TEACHER Alan

Parris has been made a Member

of the Order of New Zealand for

services to maths education.

Mr Parris, who lives in Wainoni,

taught maths at Linwood

College for more than 40 years

and was head of department for

more than a decade.

“I’m honoured. It’s great that

maths has been recognised in

this way.”

He was one of three people

in the city’s east named in this

year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours

List.

Kerry Bensemann, also of

Wainoni, was made a Member

of the Order of New Zealand for

services to the community.

In 2001, Mr Bensemann

established the 0800 Hungry

Ministries Trust, a charitable

organisation providing food

bank services in the Canterbury

region.

The trust sources surplus food

from businesses and distributes

packages to the poor and needy.

Also honoured for services

to the community was Dick

Johns, of Waitikiri, who has

volunteered for nearly 60 years

as a Boys’ Brigade leader. He was

CHUFFED: Alan Parris has been recognised in the Queen’s

Birthday Honours List. PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS ​

a volunteer at the police kiosk in

Cathedral Square and since early

2016 has been a weekly volunteer

at Burwood Hospital to assist

staff and patients.

Mr Parris said although he

is now officially retired, he still

keeps “busy as hell,” helping set

tests and competitions in Australia

and New Zealand.

Mr Parris represented New

Zealand internationally as the

director of the New Zealand

Mathematics Olympiad residential

camps for more than 30

years, and has written and

moderated for the Australian

Mathematics Competition for

more than 24 years.

Within Canterbury, he has

contributed to the Cantamath

regional competition, and was

founder in 1995 of the Literacy

and Numeracy Empowerment

Project.

He produced and co-ordinated

the online National Mathematics

Week programme for more

than 15 years and served on the

National Association of Mathematics

Teachers for more than

25 years.

Mr Parris and his wife have

just finished building a new

house on their Cuffs Rd property

and are busy subdividing and

building two more houses on

their section.

“We’re busy fighting the council

over permits, plans, consents

and so on.”

As president of both the

Canterbury and New Zealand

Snooker and Billiards Association,

and a vintage car enthusiast,

he’s finding plenty to keep

him busy.

Memorial

panels

cop

criticism

•From page 1

Binn Inn New Brighton

owner Nikki Griffin thought

the panels were “hideous.”

She said there must be

a better way to protect the

memorial than the “fish bowl

they’ve come up with.”

Blair Hughes, owner of

Paper Plus New Brighton,

said he could understand

why they’d been put up

but didn’t like the look of

them.

“Aesthetically, it doesn’t

work. I would have thought

there’d be a better option.”

Burwood Ward city

councillor Glenn Livingstone

said he hadn’t seen the

memorial since the panels had

been installed.

Similar panels around the

Woolston Borough Monument

were covered in graffiti less

than three weeks after they

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Call for council to own Southshore land

• By Sarla Donovan

LOCAL CITY councillor David

East wants to see ownership

of red-zoned Southshore land

return to the city.

Clearance of 150 red zone

properties bordering Southshore

estuary has left the area open

to erosion and flooding from

storms and high

tide.

Coastal-ward

city councillor

David East told

the Pegasus

Post it was

“untenable” to

David East

ask residents

to wait another

18 months for

Regenerate Christchurch to

come up with a plan when there

was no obligation for anybody to

implement it. “The Government

could just sit on it for years and

years. There’s no guarantee they

will fix it.”

He thinks the quicker option

is for the city council to take

ownership of the land and

assess the feasibility of a plan

commissioned by the Southshore

Residents Association.

The plan, prepared pro-bono

by coastal engineering firm

OCEL Consultants, proposes

constructing a berm to protect

the area from inundation on the

TEMPORARY FIX: Southshore volunteers last year took matters into their own hands and piled

rocks and concrete blocks back up along the estuary edge. ​

estuary side.

Cr East said Government was

The berm would form an elevated

walk/cycle way along the for projects in Christchurch

at a stage where further funding

Estuary shoreline, with beaches would meet with opposition

at some points providing access from other parts of the country.

for kayaks and paddle boards at He said it didn’t seem like an

high tide.

“insurmountable” problem to get

The estimated cost was $7.5 that sum into the city council’s

million, excluding a paved budget next year.

walkway, landscaping or beach “People down there are looking

features.

for some action,” Cr East said.

All red zone land is currently

in Crown ownership and Regenerate

Christchurch is leading

community consultation on the

red zone but Cr East said because

the SSRA had already commissioned

a detailed plan, it was a

“slap in the face” for residents to

be told they had to wait for the

consultation process to finish in

July next year.

Christchurch Central MP and

Minister supporting Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Nicky Wagner said she and

Mayor Lianne Dalziel met with

the regenerate board earlier

this month to discuss planning

for Southshore and South New

Brighton.

“I understand Regenerate

Christchurch presented to

the Southshore Residents’ Association

two weeks ago on the

intended approach, and emphasised

the need for pace and

certainty.”

“All relevant information will

be considered in the planning

process, and the community will

have the opportunity to provide

input.”

Cr East said the Government

should sit down with the city

council and assess the feasibility

of the OCEL plan, rather than

inflict further consultation on

a community that was “sick to

death” of it,

It was “inevitable” that all red

zone land in Christchurch would

return to council ownership, he

said.

“It’s not a matter of if, but when.”

SSRA chairman Bill Simpson

said residents in the area had

an immediate problem which

needed to be fixed. “We don’t

care how it’s done.”

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Our People

Working for the community

Kim Money

Kim Money is a newbie to local body

politics. Reporter Sarla Donovan finds

out what makes the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board chairwoman tick

RELAXING: Kim Money, chairwoman of the Coastal-Burwood Community Board.

PHOTO; MARTIN HUNTER

What have you been up to today?

My daughter needed me to

babysit so I thought I’ll have her

for a couple of hours and do some

emails at the same time. Well, a

10-month-old and emails didn’t

quite work! Then I popped over to

see my mum, she’s in a rest home

and I’ve had a lot of issues with her

over the years especially in the six

months since I’ve been in this job

unfortunately. She’s had strokes,

been in and out of hospital, that

sort of stuff happening. After that,

I had a staff meeting and now I’m

seeing you.

Do you have just the one

grandchild?

I’ve got two daughters, 30 and

27. One has a baby girl who I was

looking after this morning and the

other has a boy who is two-and-ahalf,

and another little girl, she’s

eight months. They’re all living in

North Beach.

We’re here at Salt on the Pier –

is this a favourite cafe?

There’s a few here. I think

because I live in North Beach,

my favourite would be the Coffee

Shed. A friend of mine’s daughter

started that up 18 months ago and

it’s a wee community hub she’s

created. We all swarm down there

like bees, and it’s not just the people

you get to know, it’s the dogs

as well. A lot of mums go there

with their babies and I’ve recently

been able to talk the kite man, Jim,

into flying his kites down at North

Beach so he does that every now

and again too. Switch Espresso is

good too, one of my favourites.

It was a bit grey and chilly

earlier on. Are you one of these

people who get excited about

winter?

I used to when I skied, before

children, but now, winter’s different.

It’s a cosy time, a time to take

stock, do a bit of spring cleaning

or organising. But I love being

outdoors so any sunny day it’s

out on the beach, that’s why I live

there. Anyway, we always get four

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with empathy and positivity

A bit like Dunedin.

I was actually born there, in

1960. My parents emigrated from

England with my sister, who’s

seven years older than me. They

first went to Dunedin, then after

about six months we shifted to

Sumner. I grew up there, went

to Sumner School. Then I met

my husband, (who I’m separated

from) when I was 16 and he lived

in North Beach. So I’ve been associated

with this area since then.

We met at a church camp; he was

jumping on a trampoline and

my best friend broke her leg so I

thought he might like to go and

visit her in hospital, that’s how

it started. Plus, he was a surfer,

which appealed.

Do you surf yourself?

I’ve got a surfboard and a

wetsuit but all the youth around

the place, they all use it. Anybody

that wants to use my board uses

it. My daughter and I designed

the pattern, it’s a Barron board.

But no, I’m a beach whale. We’ve

been a surfing family though,

in the surfing community for

years and my daughter surfs,

my son-in-laws surf and I love

that lifestyle, being on the beach,

going up and finding the surf in

Kaikoura.

Do you a have a bolt-hole,

somewhere you escape to for

weekends/holidays?

When I was married, we used

to go to Bali every year. That was

somewhere that we found which

worked for both of us. The surf

was always fantastic, the weather

ELECTION

TIME: Kim

Money out

and about on

the campaign

trail last year.

was always fine, the shopping

and food was cheap, you didn’t

have to cook or clean so we’d go

for 2-3 weeks every year. Otherwise,

in New Zealand, Dunedin

and Kaikoura were our favourite

spots, again, because of the surf.

I do love the beach, otherwise I

feel claustrophobic. Where I grew

up in Sumner, our house was on

The Esplanade, right opposite

Cave Rock. I heard the house we

had just sold after about 30 years

for $1.4 million. And apparently

they’re going to pull it down.

I haven’t lived there for a long

time of course, but I was there 21

years.

How are you enjoying your

job as chairwoman?

It’s a real privilege. It was really

exciting when I first heard I got

in because as I said my mother

was really sick and I found it

difficult to campaign. I wanted

to door knock a lot but mum was

out at Oxford Hospital for respite

and she was there for virtually

the entire campaign. I was travelling

out there a lot and found it

difficult to run the campaign I

wanted so I didn’t know how it

would end up going. I did the

best I could so when I got in it

was really exciting and then that

turned into, ‘oh my goodness, I’m

now chair.’

Is that something you were

pushed into?

Not at all. I said I’d consider

being chair (thinking it was parttime

– it’s not). It turned out I

had the backing of the entire

board, it was unanimous and

that in itself was a privilege, to

think that these members who’d

been there six to nine years were

happy for me as a new person to

come and not just be part of the

team, but lead the team. It was

a double privilege really. I take

it very seriously and I love the

board, all of them. We all respect

each other. We’ve recently just

done a ‘StrengthsFinder’ course.

They really enjoyed that and it

was so useful in finding out what

we bring to the board and how

we can use that and it just brings

an understanding of how we’re

made up. For example, empathy

and positivity are two really

strong traits of mine.

I’ve noticed you’re quite

efficient at meetings, is that

something you’re conscious of?

It’s just being respectful of

people who have come to present

and also (city council) staff that

are there. We have to get on

with the job and be mindful

that people who are presenting

have taken time out of their

day. I’ve chaired groups at other

organisations and I do like to

start on time and try and stick

to the rules. But then, we’re

community so there needs to be

discretion and ability to go with

the flow sometimes.

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SCHOOLS

New entrants

The new entrants who started at

Banks Avenue School this term

have all kinds of goals they want

to achieve. Ella and Georgia are

in the same class, while the other

pupils have started in room 8, the

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Group gets crowd rockin’

• By Sarla Donovan

PROUD BROWN wowed the

judges at the Smokefree Rockquest

heats recently, winning the

Pacifica Beats Award and bagging

a place in the regional finals later

this month.

Eastern schools will be well represented

at the regional finals, with

Shirley Boys’ High School groups

Cipher, Judah And The Lazers and

2016 Canterbury Region winners

FUZHUN also making the cut.

A receptive Aurora Centre

crowd soaked up the energy of

Proud Brown, a seven-person

group of talented musicians from

Mairehau High School and Haeata

Community Campus.

They were among 70 bands who

battled it out for 12 spots in the

regional finals.

Lead vocalist, Evile Jireh Sisiso

Laloata, thinks their stage presence

and ability to get the crowd

engaged contributed to their success.

“There was not much space but

we actually figured out, like, how

to use the whole space and be

creative and add in moves to it.

There was also a specific part in

our song where we tell the crowd

to clap but then they all started

clapping to the beat and we were

like: ‘Oh yes, this is what we

wanted’.”

The group, coached by Vai

Punavai, will now compete in

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June 23 where they’ll be hunting

KEEPING IT PROUD: Back row – Darrell Suaesi-Faamua (Mairehau

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keyboard; Lisha Anitelea, vocals. ​Front row – PJ Iva, drums; Evile

Jireh Sisifo Laloata, vocals; Junior Muaimalae, guitar.

for a place at the national final in

Auckland.

Rockquest founder and director

Glenn Common said the level of

performance at the heats seems

to keep going up every year as

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Parklands Library, 46

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Friday, 10.30am-noon

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Golden Healthcare Group’s position

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state-of-the-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

78 villas with an additional 23 to be

completed by November 2017. Until the

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social events such as bowls, happy hours,

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100 care beds. The proposed facilities will

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a library, and a hairdressing salon.

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whereas apartment residents will have a

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one of eight facilities operated by Golden

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residential care services.

The large Christchurch-based group is

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Rest home care is provided in the Golden

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An activities co-ordinator ensures residents

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programmed activities, games, sing-alongs

with performances by visiting entertainers,

library book exchange and exercise

programmes. The group has four vans to

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Each facility has its own kitchen and

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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,

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SENIOR LIVING

How’s your blood pressure?

There are many tell-tale signs our health

isn’t what it should be. Finding out we

have higher than normal blood pressure is

an important one.

According to Julian Marshall, owner of

Marshall’s Health & Natural Therapy in

New Brighton, making a few life changes

can help you keep on top of it.

“Our body is really amazing. It has

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disease if we make the effort to do the

right things! Often there are signs that

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to find out why. Disease doesn’t happen

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of the leading causes of death is generally

very preventable. The secret is to make the

changes before things get too bad!”

Some symptoms of high blood

pressure include, headaches, migraines,

not noticing the cold, the feeling of

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To have good cardiovascular health,

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diastolic reading, i.e. 120/60.

Blood pressure can vary considerably

over a relatively short period of time. It

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reason I recommend it is a good idea to

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regularly. They are easy to use and can

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it is high.

A moderate increase in blood pressure

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140/70 is often caused by poor circulation.

Poor circulation again can be caused by

various factors especially plaque build-up

in the blood vessels but also if the blood

vessels are not supple enough or in poor

condition.

Calcium is an important mineral for

good health. However it often builds up in

the arteries as calcium plaque restricting

blood flow. Researchers have found

Vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7 can allow

this calcium to be pulled out of the arteries

and absorbed into the bones and tissues

where it belongs. It can therefore help

prevent osteoporosis also.

Montmorency tart cherry juice has

been shown to significantly reduce high

blood pressure at levels comparable

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Drinking delicious Hibiscus tea has been

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cramps as well as support the central

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cups daily.

The lack of magnesium can be a major

contributor too, with most people having

less than optimum levels.

“Sure signs of being low in magnesium

include having an irregular heartbeat, high

blood pressure, migraines, muscle cramps,

twitches and night time teeth grinding are

just a few.”

These are just a few supplements we

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Free blood pressure checks and further

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HOME & HEATING

Get rid of dampness

in your house

Now wITH the colder and wetter weather

on its way, home owners are focusing on

ways to make their homes comfortable, warm

and healthy for their families throughout

winter. RISING dAmp is an issue that affects

many of our older properties which suffer

from poor, or no, insulation. In Canterbury

especially, post-quake, many people have

relocated to homes that suffer from rising

damp which can be associated with health

problems. Independent tests have shown

that up to 40 litres of water can rise from the

ground and enter a house every day, leading

to mildew, mould, condensation and musty

smells. moulds can produce various allergic

reactions and the frail, elderly and very young

are especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd is a

locally owned and operated firm. The team

Heat Transfer

understands the problems caused by rising

damp and are there to help. They will come

to your damp home and pump a lightweight,

flowable foam concrete under your timber

floored home. Specially adapted for our

New Zealand conditions and applications

it provides a layer of protection against

rising moisture. An unexpected benefit that

the team at Canterbury Foam Concrete

have noticed recently, is that many owners

of properties which had underfloor foam

concrete installed, reported that it also

provided protection against liquefaction after

the earthquakes.

Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd

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Transfer the excess heat

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The facts about

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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

cooled to keep the house warm

in winter or cool in summer.

The Smooth-Air HEX390 is

a ‘balanced pressure’ system. It

extracts air from the house and

at the same time brings in fresh

air. These two streams of air

pass through a heat exchanger,

which warms incoming air in

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air conditioning is being used.

This means that up to 80% of

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wasted using a traditional positive pressure

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Until recently, balanced pressure ventilation

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Monday 19 June at 12 noon to

Sandra Smith, Principal

221 Woodham Road

Christchurch 8061

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• To pass a pre-employment drug test

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Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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CLEANERS

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Saturday & Sunday

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We are looking for

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You will need to pass

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These are permanent

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Please email your

Application to

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or phone 338 9056

Visit our website:

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Please advise which

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P: 03 388 5187.

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sector post is?

Ring your local

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OFFER AVAILABLE AT WAINONI OUTLET FROM 4PM.

OFFER EXPIRES FRIDAY 30-JUN-17. CONDITIONS APPLY

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LUNCH COMBO SPECIAL

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$

8 99

kg

Fresh Tegel NZ Skin On

Chicken Breast Fillets

Country Fresh

Washed White

Potatoes 4kg

$

4 99

bag

5

for

each

$

7 00

Mainland Cheese Tasty 500g/

Mild/Colby/Edam 700g

$

6 99

Bluebird Original/Thick/Thinly

Cut Chips 140/150g

$

4 00

each

Hubbards Simply Toasted Muesli 425-650g/Keri Fruit

Juice/Drink 2.4-3L

2

for

$

7 00

Vogel’s Bread 720-750g

(Excludes Gluten Free)

2

for

$

5 00

Wattie’s Very Special/Big & Hearty Soup 520-535g

$

16 99

pack

DB Draught/Export Gold/Citrus/Tui

12 x 330ml Bottles/Cans

$

13 99

each

Taylors Estate 750ml

(Excludes Jaraman/Promised Land)

$

5 99

each

Hummingbird Coffee 200g

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60 Queenspark Drive, Christchurch.

Open 7am – 11pm, 7 days.

FreshChoice.co.nz FreshChoiceNZ 383 1004

FreshChoice Parklands

While stocks last at FreshChoice Parklands only. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Trade not supplied.

Owned and

operated

by locals

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