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• By Caitlin Miles

A NORTH New Brighton couple’s life

is imitated in a new stage show – Let’s

Not Argue.

Husband and wife David

Ladderman and Lizzie Tollemache

have put their real life

relationship on display as they

play husband and wife in the

Lyttelton Arts Factory show.

The play depicts the

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funniest parts of the

everyday interactions

between husband and

wife, including the everchanging

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dynamics. The 60min show

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Plug pulled

on Brighton

community

pool plan

• By Sarla Donovan

THE CENTRAL New Brighton

School community pool won’t

reopen after failing to gain

enough community support to

run it.

The community group SURF

last month received a draft

licence from the Ministry of

Education to run the pool until

April 2019.

But it has now pulled the plug

as it needed $20,000 to bring the

pool up to safety standards and

running costs were expected to

be about $40,000 a year.

The trust initially believed it

had enough community support

to reopen the pool. But after a

survey was run in the community,

SURF has changed its tune.

The survey found that only 21

per cent of respondents would

volunteer as a lifeguard, vital

from a health and safety viewpoint.

It also found only 38 per cent

of respondents would buy a

yearly family pass for $150.

END OF THE RAINBOW: The

Central New Brighton School

pool won’t reopen.

SURF said running the pool

would involve large costs and

health and safety issues and

a small group of volunteers

couldn’t handle that without a

lot of support from the community.

Youth Alive Trust manager

James Ridpath said it was

a shame because the pool was

“a stone’s throw” from their

premises and it would have been

well-used during the summer.

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DESK News..............................3-5, 12

A REAL shame to see the plug

has been pulled on the Central

New Brighton School pool.

We reveal today the pool – a

key part of Brighton for decades

– will be no more.

It will cost $20,000 to upgrade

the pool and another $40,000 a

year to run it.

Support from the community

wasn’t there.

Only a handful of people put

their hands up to be volunteer

lifeguards, which essentially

meant keeping an eye on swimmers.

And not many were that keen

to buy $150 family passes, and

you can’t blame them for that.

So the end of an era for the

pool, which many will remember

fondly – including those

who would take a late night dip

after a session at one of the local

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Incident prompts defence lessons

• By Sarla Donovan

MARTIAL ARTS schools are

running special self-defence

classes after an abduction

attempt in Parklands.

Police were called last month

after a man in a white van attempted

to abduct children on

their way to Queenspark School.

A similar van was sighted

outside Waitakiri School several

days later.

The Ministry of Education

sent a trauma specialist to

Queenspark and both schools

have asked parents to be mindful

of the need to keep children

safe while travelling to and from

school.

Police have not yet made an

arrest in connection with the

incident.

In response, Shizoku Martial

Arts has been offering free

kids self-defence classes at

Queenspark School.

Owner and head instructor

Chris Cameron has two children

at Queenspark and said he

wanted to give back to the community.

Up to 80 Kiwi children were

abducted or kidnapped last

year, Mr Cameron said, which

demonstrated how important it

was to know something about

self-defence.

“It’s a no-brainer to at least give

them some broad-based tips; it

can make them more confident

and give them a chance if they

get into a difficult situation.”

Mr Cameron said he thought it

should be treated like swimming

and become a core requirement

at all schools.

He would look at offering the

free sessions “as long as there is

a need,” and was also planning

to introduce longer, four-week

self-defence courses for kids and

adults.

Go-Kan-Ryu Karate also

ran a special safety awareness

and self-defence workshop on

Queen’s Birthday weekend and

has another one planned.

GKR Karate regional manager

Anthony Kaiaruna said 22

children attended, aged from five

to 13, including some from the

Parklands area. “A few parents got

involved, too, which was great.”

They learned how to get out of

hand grabs and bear hugs, to be

aware of their surroundings and

practised drills like ‘the rocket’

and ‘the surfer’,

a method of

getting up off the

ground quickly

by kicking your

feet and pushing

up as if on a

surfboard.

FIRED UP: Queenspark School pupil

Skyla Pitcher works on some selfdefence

moves at a GKR Karate

workshop. Left – Queenspark School.

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Air rifle

injury

in A cAt

Chanel, a beautiful 17 month old Birman

arrived home late one Sunday evening with

a profusely bleeding wound on her back.

Her very concerned owners rushed her to

the After hours clinic where she was placed

on oxygen, given intravenous fluids and pain

relief. The xray taken showed Chanel had

been shot with two air rifle pellets – one was

sitting in her abdomen and one in her left

hind leg. She was also slightly anemic due

to blood loss. Miraculously she was still alive.

Chanel was operated on to remove the hind

leg pellet that night but it was felt too risky

to open her up and remove the abdominal

pellet due to ongoing blood

loss. Thankfully the pellets

missed her vital organs and

spine.

Chanel arrived at McMaster

& Heap Vet Practice on

Monday morning in a fairly

critical condition. She was

closely monitored and her

pain medication with a

fentanyl patch provided

her with continuous relief

– being shot would be

quite sore!

Chanel had regular blood

tests in house to check her

vital organs and to be sure

her anemia wasn’t worsening. Unfortunately

she was becoming more anemic. Kirsty

performed an abdominal ultrasound and

took chest xrays to check for free blood

indicating an active bleed. There was also

some concern about potential damage

to her left kidney from the pellet location.

Thankfully through all this her appetite was

great!

Prior to her

second surgery,

it was decided

that Chanel

would benefit

from a blood

transfusion to

help her red

blood cell levels.

She was blood

typed ( Type A)

and found to be

a match for Kirsty’s cat “Wolfie”. Wolfie was

sedated

and

about 60mls of blood was drawn from

him to give to Chanel over a couple of hours.

The donor cat has their red

cell levels checked and must

be Feline Aids (FIV) negative.

The following day Chanel

appeared brighter and

happier. We decided to

wait a further week before

operating to make sure her

blood levels were stable

and that she was producing

good numbers of red cells

on her own. The repeated

ultrasound and xray showed

that thankfully her left

kidney appeared normal

however the bullet had

slightly moved.

Chanel’s surgery proceeded without a

hitch. The bullet was successfully removed

with very little trauma, from just behind

her left kidney. That afternoon she was

rolling around, playing in her cage, able

to be discharged from our hospital. We

continued with pain relief and one week

later Chanel was near normal. This would

have been a completely different story had

her abdominal organs been penetrated or

her spine shattered. Thanks to her owner’s

rapid response, Chanel’s life was saved and

she’s never looked back. Also a bonus that

her dedicated owners have pet insurance.

Dr Michele McMaster

The plans for

a reconfigured

commercial heart in

New Brighton contain

a mix of niche retail,

residential living

and village green

spaces, as well as an

expanded market area

You said:

Lauren Briggs –

Moving the Countdown

further back would make

sense and I like the idea of

increasing the market area

. . . Summer night markets

would be great too. There

is so much already there

that looks great like the

palm trees and seating,

it just needs more niche

retail (point of difference

from the malls) and a

better layout. The village

green could be used for

performances and movies

over the summer. It sounds

like NB might finally be on

the right track.

Mike Cressey – Really

simple. (It needs) one

third of the retail. Good

cool seaside retail. Surf,

cafes, organic and local

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it makes me sad to see how

neglected it looks. Heads

high people. Make NB

great again.

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Plan sought for ‘biblical plague’

Residents

want midge

swarm gone

• By Sarla Donovan

BROMLEY’S MIDGES have

been described as a “biblical

plague.”

The comment came from

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

at a city council meeting last

week.

After meeting affected residents,

the board asked the city

council to come back with short

and long-term options to try

and address the problem.

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.

Ms Money told city councillors

it was a city-wide problem,

which everybody contributed to

through the wastewater treatment

ponds.

SOLUTIONS SOUGHT: The city council has been asked to

come up with new options to try and solve the problem of

midges in Bromley.

“We hope to make progress

on this issue. They shouldn’t be

living with that.”

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East, who attended

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residents, said potential options

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and quite expensive” solution

of installing a UV plant in the

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he said.

Mr East said residents had

described their windows

becoming black with swarms of

midges.

Shortland St resident Janet

Profit, who has lived with the

midge problem for 10 years,

said she and three other

residents who attended the

meeting on Wednesday “felt

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She added she would be

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Deputy Mayor Andrew

Turner said he hoped any

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the summer.

Plug pulled on pool

•From page 1

Mr Ridpath said that

it was a lot of hard work

to get a pool up and

running.

“They needed to make

it financially viable so

they’ve probably made a

wise decision.”

New Brighton Surf

Life Saving Club vicepresident

Matt Nash

said he hadn’t been

approached about using

the pool for training

sessions. He said the

pool would need to

be 25m long and have

around six lanes to train

surf life savers.

Coastal-Burwood

Community Board

chairwoman Kim Money was

“very disappointed” to hear the

Kim Money

James

Ridpath

A WOMAN who complained

about noisy children in the

Linwood Library has now gone to

her local community board.

Linwood resident Elizabeth

Graham made a formal complaint

to the library’s service

centre on May 18 about “uncontrolled

noise children are making

in the library . . . ”

The following week, she

project wouldn’t go ahead.

“I’m disappointed for the

community, but you do have

to have buy-in. Maybe the

pool at Rawhiti School had

an impact. Or maybe it’s

indicative of how tired this

community is; we’ve been

fighting for so many things

since the quakes and finding

spare time for things like

this can be hard,” she said.

The Central New Brighton

School pool was to be

demolished after the school

merged with Freeville

and North New Brighton

schools in 2015, but SURF

asked the ministry if it

could investigate whether

the pool could be saved.

The money already

fundraised would be gifted to

school pools in the area.

Complaint made over library noise

wrote to the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

after what she said was an

“unsatisfactory response” from

the library.

She wants a warning notice put

up advising library patrons of

when the children’s sessions will

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Her letter will be discussed at

the board’s meeting tomorrow.

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Dean Cations

Real estate, rugby a big part of

Dean Cations opened

the first ever Mike

Pero franchise in New

Brighton last year,

employing four staff. He

talks to Sarla Donovan

about how he got into

real estate, his family

and missing a flight

back from India

How did you get into real estate?

I was at university doing a

marketing degree, had no money

and needed a job. I saw an ad in

the paper, went in and applied

and sat my licence and got into

it that way. It didn’t cost as much

as it does now and it was only a

three-week course. So that was

about eight years ago. Before

that, I’d been a drainlayer and

water blaster for six or seven

years but it wasn’t what I wanted

to do with the rest of my life.

I needed to find something so

went to university for a couple of

years, needed some money and

kind of fell into it really.

What do you like about the

job?

Meeting new people, there’s

different walks of life everywhere

you go, whether you’re selling

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workspace with the same dude

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And what attracted you to

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I’m born and bred here. I grew

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Wattle Drive and went to North

New Brighton Primary, which

is now Rawhiti School. I spent

all my school years there and

my three closest friends who I

went to primary school with are

still my close friends now. I’ve

just always lived on this side of

town, played rugby for the New

Brighton Rugby Club since I was

four. I’ve never left the area and

don’t think I ever will.

Playing since age four, that

must make you a bit of a stalwart

at the rugby club,

Last year I played my 300th

senior B game. I’ve been trucking

along since then but this year the

body’s starting to slowly pack in

a bit. I’d like to make it to 2021

when the club turns 100 but I

don’t know if that’s going to happen

with the way the body’s going.

I’ve got a young family now

and rugby’s a big commitment

with training and things like

that. Family’s got to come first.

Tell me a bit about your family.

My partner is Kate, we’ve been

together since I was 21, so close

to 15 years. We’ve got a wee son,

Marshall, he’s two and a half, he’s

a pretty cool dude to hang out

with and we’ve got another one

on the way. Mum and Dad aren’t

together any more but still our

family’s pretty tight. My brother

Brent just lives down the road,

he’s got a couple of kids as well.

He’s always been involved in the

area, played rugby with me but

he retired a few years ago. He’s a

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Dad and him are good with their

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falling in love with the east

Most places in the world,

beach side real estate is expensive.

Why do you think it’s different

here?

I guess the Gold Coast doesn’t

have the easterly blowing

through it. We’ve got a different

climate; in the summer, every

man and his dog comes down

to Brighton. In the winter, when

it’s 2 deg C and the easterly is

blowing, there’s not many people

walking on the beach apart from

the locals. Sumner’s still quite

high end, I guess it’s a bit more

cut off. When I first got into real

estate, I thought Brighton would

be the one to go to, beach side

properties, but to find out it was

out by the airport and the power

lines was a bit of a shock. But

again, it’s affordable living and

it’s the people who live here that

make Brighton what it is. That’s

why we love it.

What’s your prediction for

real estate in Christchurch east

over the next couple of years?

We’ve got the schools (Avonside

Girls’ and Shirley Boys’)

coming here so that’s only going

to be good for the area. We’ve got

a state-of-the-art school in Rawhiti.

There’s a big master plan that

regenerate are doing with New

Brighton. It’s not going to happen

overnight but it will happen.

FAMILY FIRST: Dean Cations with son Marshall after playing his

300th game for the New Brighton B team last year.

We’ve got the salt pools going

in, the New Brighton Surf Life

Saving Club is getting rebuilt and

that’s going to be an attraction

because they might have places

you can dine in, a bar and things

like that. I actually met with

the lady from the club the other

day because we’re going to get

involved with some sponsorship

with them and she was telling

me it’s moving closer towards the

pier, which is good.

There’s lots of things happening.

I guess they’ll have a flowon

effect for house prices?

It will but people still won’t be

priced out of the market, there’ll

still be affordable first home buys.

There’s Waimairi Beach, which is

a pocket of $600,000-plus houses

and that’s quite exclusive but

all around you can still pick up

something for under $400,000

that’s a three-bedroom quarter

acre dream. There’s nowhere

else in Christchurch you can do

that.

What else do like doing in

your free time?

Playing rugby, hanging out

with my son now takes up a lot

of my time and I love that, we

playing trains, socialising with

friends. I played bowls a couple

of years back which was fun. Just

hanging out with friends and

family is the main thing I enjoy

doing in my spare time, when I

get it, because, of course, a lot of

our weekends are taken up with

work.

You won a trip to see the Black

Caps in Sri Lanka back in 2011.

How did that come about?

My friend Shane Cobb worked

for Smith’s Cranes at the time.

They worked pulling people out

of the PGG building when the

February, 2011, earthquakes

happened. He was staying with

us at the time. Tony Veitch and

Radio Sport had a competition to

win a trip over to India to see the

Black Caps play in Mumbai. We

got a call from Justin Vaughan,

CEO of Canterbury Cricket at

the time. He said you boys are on

a plane in two days to Mumbai.

So on a plane we jumped. We

got held in India customs for

six hours because Radio Sport

hadn’t organised visas for us.

That was kind of scary, they had

guns and took our passports off

us. But we had a good time and

people like Brendon McCullum

were pretty accommodating. On

the last night we had a few beers

and missed our flight home. So

we had to phone good old mum

and get some money for some

flights. When we came down to

breakfast and all the Black Caps

were there and we’d already said

our goodbyes they said what the

hell are you boys doing here, we

said well, we slept through the

alarm and our flight has already

left. But it was an experience.

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DEADLINE SALE

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

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FOR 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

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3 1 2

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Mairehau 2/29 Harrison Street

First Home'rs / Investors!

DEADLINE SALE

3 1 2

Harcourts ID: PLS2234

A lot of the hard work has already been done on the home, with the interiors completely refreshed,

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section in a convenient city fringe location.

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

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Parklands 3 Orca Lane

Owner Has Downsized!

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Built by Orange Homes in 2015, this 156m² family home has open plan kitchen and dining,

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Clear Intentions to SELL!

Harcourts ID: PLS2250

This cute classic bungalow is the PERFECT first home - with modern refreshments, great heating,

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Thursday 22 nd June at 4.00pm.

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Brighton offers a fantastic

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the services of NZ Post and

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store, Blair and the team are

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PLANS TO build a cafe

and retail space on Union

St have upset neighbouring

residents.

Brendan Moir and

Patricia Claypoole’s

property shares a

boundary fence with 183

Union St, where a resource

consent application

has been lodged for a

commercial unit housing a

cafe and a dairy.

The pair said in

submissions they fear the

building will be intrusive,

unsightly and affect the

resale value of their house.

Now vacant land, there

were previously three small

shops on the site.

The new building would

be 30m2 larger, with

developer Christine Chen,

who holds the lease on

on the dairy at 185 Union

St, looking to operate the

businesses seven days a

week, from 7am - 8pm.

Ms Claypoole and Mr

Moir said when they bought

their property, they weren’t

aware that such a large

increase in size could occur

on the neighbouring site.

Their house is set at the

back of their section, near

the shared boundary fence.

The proposed new

•From page 1

Let’s Not Argue is directed

by Mike Friend, founder of

the Lyttelton Arts Factory

(formerly Loons Theatre),

and choreographed by Neil

Fisher, who is internationally

renowned for his work.

Ladderman and Tollemache

have been together

PROGRESS: The owner of this dairy in Union St has

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and retail development on the empty site next door.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS ​

building would be opposite

the living area of their

home, which they say will

reduce the sale value of

their property and stop

them “enjoying this space

and adding a small deck

where our living room

french doors open out.”

The previous building

had landscaping with a

5.5m setback from the

for six years and married

for nearly two – the show

just misses their two-year

wedding anniversary.

Friend said every couple

will be able to relate to this

performance.

Lyttelton Arts Factory

was formerly known as the

Loons Theatre Trust, which

shared boundary.

“We will now have

flushing toilets, a kitchen,

a ramp and service areas

that contain rubbish bins

and fat barrels close to the

boundary,” the submission

says.

A resource management

act panel which heard the

application last month has

yet to issue a decision.

New Brighton couple portray

their married life on stage

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KIDSTUFF

Art Exhibition

Daily, 9am-6pm

If you’re in the Linwood

area, check out this exhibition

of work from artist

Donna Louise Sutherland.

Donna has been painting

for 10 years and painting

has become a source of

enjoyment and therapy

after 20 years of corporate

life. Her work features

both collage and painting

with oils. Go and see these

featured works at Linwood

Library for the month of

June.

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor, Eastgate Mall

Reading to Dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Reading to dogs provides

a relaxed, non-threatening

atmosphere which encourages

children to practise

their reading skills and

develop a love of reading.

The furry friends have all

been trained and tested for

health, safety and temperament.

Library staff and a

dog handler will be present

at all times to help facilitate

the sessions, which are 15

minutes long.

New Brighton Library,

Marine Pde

Mid Winter Luncheon

Wednesday, 11.30am-

1pm

Shake off the winter

blues with fabulous festive

fare at the Wainoni Methodist

Church. Toe-tapping

music provided by local

entertainers Cecile and

Dion Murphy. Go along

and join in the fun. Free

event.

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Blood Type Testing

Thursday, 11.30am-

1.30pm

To recognise World

Blood Donor Day, the New

Zealand Blood Service

recruitment team will

be running a ‘what’s my

type’ in the health and

wellness hauora/oranga

zone of the library. Go

along and learn what your

blood type is: O+, O-, A+,

A-, B+, B-, AB+ or AB-?

The process takes between

5-10min. Register at Linwood

Library, ph 941 7923

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor, Eastgate Shopping

Centre.

Pages Rd Market

Thursday, 8am-1pm

Visit the market for preloved

clothing, plants, toys,

skincare products, books,

DVDs, fresh fruit and

vegetables and all manner

of new and used knickknacks.

51 Pages Rd, Linwood.

Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Head to the seaside this

weekend and enjoy live

entertainment, great food,

fresh produce, artisan

bread, arts, crafts, jewellery

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Twinkling in the winter sky just before dawn, Matariki (the Pleiades) signals the

Māori New Year. Celebrate at this whānau/family day co-hosted with Kotahi

Mano Kāika from Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu. It’s a time for learning and a time for

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and more. With a bouncy

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for the littlies.

New Brighton Mall

Art Session

Monday, 10am-12pm

Get your artistic juices

flowing with Otautahi

Creative Spaces. .

New Brighton Library,

Marine Pde.

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.

After School Club

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

There’s lots of fun to

be had at the new Shirley

Library after school club.

There will be technology,

games, crafts, books, and

most of all - fun. Suitable

for ages 6-10.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd.

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening

Monday, 1.30pm

Virginia McKenna and

Paul Scofield star in Carve

her Name With Pride, a

war drama made in 1958.

Arrive early for a cuppa.

New Brighton Museum,

cnr Hardy St and Seaview

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CASPA parents enjoy peace

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Our registered teachers provide a

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“We focus on making it easier for people

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Chris understands that people can be a bit

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1 Tbsp Butter, melted

1 Tbsp Sherry vinegar

3 Tbsp Olive oil

½ tsp Nutmeg, (freshly grated)

2 Tbsp Pine nuts

3 stalks Silverbeet

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Tuesday June 13 2017 17

REAL ESTATE

Diamond in the rough overlooking Redcliffs

54 Augusta Street, Redcliffs

Auction: Thursday, 29 June 2017 Unless Sold Prior

4,414m2 section in 2 lots | 3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # FM5297

What an Outstanding Developers

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in 60 years. ‘As is - Where is’

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rewarded with wonder, as the views unfold

and the secluded position reveals itself.

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that basks in sunshine, this generous

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existing house demolished, all that’s left to

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really transforming this section into your

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new supermarket, medical services, and

the recreational options of the estuary and

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for either relaxation or play.

Viewing will set your imagination alight

with possibilities and begin your journey in

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Open Homes Wednesday, Saturday and

Sunday 11.00am – 12.00pm until auction

day. Auction 29th June at Grenadier

House, 98 Moorhouse Ave, Chch from

12.00pm. See you at the Open Homes

or to arrange a private viewing of this

property call Alistair Hazeldine or Joy

Butel of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on

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Joy mob: 021 353 280.


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Tuesday June 13 2017 19

Thoughtful lyrics, soaring

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“When Hobnail take the stage,

they tear into their set with

mucho gusto, injecting volume

and energy into the evening with

their illustrious blend of bluegrass,

Celtic folk, pop, and rock'n'roll.”

- Nelson Mail

HOBNAIL has an exciting new

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Following the triumph of their

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ings’ in 2015, ‘Blue Sky Songs’ is

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