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GREAT CAUSE: Cancer sufferer Jacob Matua, 8, and many others like

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is pictured with nurse Lucy Stephenson, and the appeal on pages 4 & 5

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

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• By Caitlin Miles

GRAFFITI IS on the rise in

Linwood – reported incidents have

nearly doubled in a month.

Statistics from the city council

show a jump in graffiti, from 55 in

April to 102 in May.

Incidents also increased in New

Brighton – but not by as many. It

went from 41 to 47 and Wainoni

went up from 25 to 36.

Linwood Park was also labelled as

a graffiti hot spot with 11 incidents

in May.

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member Alexandra

Davids said Linwood Park

has been an ‘ongoing issue’ in terms

of graffiti and vandalism.

The city council locked the toilets

in the park earlier this year in an

effort to reduce the vandalism and

graffiti being done to them.

Ms Davids said the city council

and graffiti team monitor the area

and try to keep the area clear the

graffiti as soon as possible.

Thomson Park in New Brighton

and Hampshire St in Aranui also

fall into the hot spot category, both

had five graffiti incidents.

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THERE’S A great appeal starting

at your local Countdown

supermarket next month.

And if you look at our front page

photo today you will understand

why.

The annual Countdown Kids

Hospital Appeal starts early next

month and every dollar that goes

into it helps children like eightyear-old

Jacob Matua.

The tremendous smile Jacob had

for the camera belies the perilous

situation he – and many others like

him – are in.

He is receiving what hopefully

will be life-saving treatment on

equipment, generous shoppers over

the years have paid for.

Each year, Countdown supermarkets

run an appeal to help provide

equipment for patients using

Christchurch Hospital’s paediatric

and neo-natal services.

And the good news is: Jacob is

doing well. – Barry Clarke

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Ghostly trees to be removed

Residents win

fight to have

them axed

• By Caitlin Miles and Sarla

Donovan

DEAD MACROCARPA and

pine trees at the former Pleasant

Point Yacht Club will be

removed.

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board agree the

trees are an eyesore to people

going to Southshore and South

New Brighton.

The Southshore Residents’

Association had urged the

community board to get rid of

the tress.

The community board has

requested city council staff

remove the trees from the

former yacht club “as soon as

possible”.

The association expressed

its “shock” to the community

board when it found out the

city council had planned for the

trees to remain a nesting spot

for birds.

Association spokesman

Simon Brown said neither

he nor any other Southshore

residents had ever seen any

birds near the trees, which

were “precariously balanced”

and posed a health and

safety risk for people using the

estuary edge.

South Brighton Residents

Association chairman Hugo

Kristensson agreed they should

go.

They were “ghostly” and “not

very attractive,” he said.

“We need to tidy the area up,

everyone agrees on that.”

The community board has

also requested city council staff

remove the dead trees on the

east estuary side of the Bridge

St bridge opposite those on Rat

Island, because they are seen

as unsightly and in danger of

falling.

Salt water intrusion relating

to the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, had killed a

number of trees around the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary edge,

some of which were removed in

2012.

EYESORE:

The dead

trees

beside the

Bridge St

bridge and

former

Pleasant

Point Yacht

Club will be

removed.

In Brief

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Community Board and the city

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be held to discuss what should be

planted on Bridge St. The preference

is for pohutukawa trees. Previous

plans to plant cabbage trees near

the Bridge St bridge was given the

thumbs down by the residents’

associations.

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Countdown to supermarket

Countdown‘s upcoming

appeal will help provide

equipment for patients

using Christchurch

Hospital’s paediatric

and neo-natal services.

Sarla Donovan visited

cancer sufferer, eightyear-old

Jacob Matua,

who benefits from the

equipment

JACOB MATUA has visited this

place many times.

He’s in the Children’s Haematology

and Oncology Centre

in the Riverside building at

Christchurch Hospital, where’s

he’s hooked up to an infusion

pump dispensing the medicine

he needs. It’ll be 10pm before

this day’s treatment is over.

After the eight-year-old started

getting “headaches and tummy

pain, neck pain, arm pain,” at the

end of last year, a cancer diagnosis

followed, along with nearly

three months in hospital, getting

treatment.

Now he comes in for shorter

stays – four days this time – and

is crossing his fingers that he

WHAT A SMILE: Eight-year-old Jacob Matua, with nurse Lucy Stephenson, is using equipment

that was purchased with money from the Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal.

can return to his Clyde Rd home

tomorrow.

Jacob’s not well enough to

attend his school, Burnside

Primary, at the moment. He

couldn’t even eat his birthday

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

chocolate cake in May: “Because

sometimes I don’t eat,” he said.

Charge nurse manager Chrissy

Bond lightens the mood: “I wish

I could say that!”

The nurses play cards with

him, including memory and

skip bo. Lucy Stephenson, who

is supervising today, says he’s

quite the card shark. “I win every

time,” Jacob says with a grin.

His aunt Ula Faamoe sits with

him, too, giving his mum – who

has four other children including

twin three-year-old’s – a break.

She says he’s well at the moment:

“The best I’ve seen him

since starting the chemotherapy.

He’s making great progress.”

Beside his bed, a tall pump

stand holds all kinds of medicines

and beeping equipment.

The $5000 stand is one of four

in the centre, purchased with

money from the Countdown

Kids Hospital Appeal in 2013.

Mrs Bond said it holds five to

six pumps and keeps the medicines

stable, as well as allowing

nurses to easily read information

on screens attached to the

pumps. “DHBs find equipment

like this hard to fund, because

we can ‘make do’ with inferior

(devices). It isn’t essential, but

it just makes everybody’s life

easier,” she said.

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appeal

How to donate

•To donate to the appeal,

visit your local Countdown

and donate at the checkout

or purchase a Kids Hospital

Appeal wristband or raffle

ticket

•Contributions can be

made at any Countdown,

including The Palms,

Eastgate Shopping Centre

and New Brighton stores

•The appeal has raised

more than $10.4 million

since it began in 2007

•It fundraises for 11

children’s hospitals around

New Zealand, including

Christchurch Hospital

•It runs from August 7 until

October 29

Last year’s appeal raised

$123,270 for Christchurch

Hospital’s paediatric wards and

neo-natal unit.

Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal

chairwoman Ruth Krippner

says most kiwi kids will visit

hospital at some stage in their

childhood. She said Countdown

is proud to play a part in helping

provide these hospitals with the

equipment needed to treat illness

and injury.

“Whether it’s a one off visit for

a minor injury or a lengthy stay

for a serious illness, most New

Zealand children will have a

brush with a children’s hospital

ward at some point​– just like

this family,” Ms Krippner said.

“Thanks to the generosity of

our customers and the fundraising

efforts of the Countdown

teams, we’re able to help provide

hospitals with the much neededequipment

to treat thousands of

Kiwi kids. Last year, we raised ​

more than $1.1 million, and

we’re hoping to do the same this

year.”

Meanwhile, Jacob is busy

putting on his “best face” for the

photographer.

“Does a picture come out of

that?” he asks.

Name change considered

• By Caitlin Miles

WHAT’S IN a name? North New

Brighton or North Beach?

That’s the question the North

New Brighton Residents’ Association

is asking residents.

Chairman Josiah Thompson

said the association is looking to

update its constitution and with

that, he thought it might be time

to update the name.

“We’ve been talking about

updating it and since we meet

in the North Beach surf club we

thought we should ask people

what we should be called,” Mr

Thompson said.

Mr Thompson said it could get

confusing, with the North Beach

Surf Lifesaving Club only 130m

from the North New Brighton

Community Centre.

He has always known it as

North Beach.

North Beach seemed to be the

popular vote, with 25 people in

favour of the name change, while

six thought it should be kept as

North New Brighton.

Mr Thompson said it could get

confusing, with the North Beach

Surf Lifesaving Club only 130m

from the North New Brighton

Community Centre.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Tim Sintes waded

UPDATE: A residents’ association is considering changing its

name from North New Brighton to North Beach to reflect the

area and popular opinion. PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

into the debate. He said he spent

half his life living in the area and

voted for North Beach – as that

was what he had always known

it as.

“We’ve always thought of it as

North Beach, the North Beach

surf club is here . . . and it’s

shorter to say,” Mr Sintes said.

If the residents’ association

plans to make any changes to

the name, Mr Thompson said a

special meeting would have to

be held to officially change the

name.

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Support for dairy owner

DIRECTION: A sign marking

Kia Ora St is the first of 94 to be

restored to the residential red

zone. ​

$18,000 for

red zone signs

• By Bridget Rutherford

MORE THAN $18,000 was spent

on manufacturing and installing

the new street signs in the

residential red zone.

The city council, in conjunction

with the Avon Otakaro Network,

have installed 94 street signs in

the red zone to help people find

their way.

In addition, 26 new wayfinding

signs were installed to point

out main arterial routes around

Horseshoe Lake, Avonside, Bexley

and Dallington.

City council head of urban

regeneration, urban design and

heritage Carolyn Ingles said it

cost $13,920 to manufacture the

new street signs, and $1196 for the

wayfinding signs.

Fulton Hogan Signs and Graphics

installed them for free, she

said.

She said the city council did not

remove the previous signs.

“Following the earthquake,

people moved out of the RRZ and

a number of the existing street

signs were taken as souvenirs.”

But the new ones would not be

so easy to take. They have been

installed using brackets that can

only be removed with the right

tool.

Ms Ingles said the brackets cost

$3204.

AvON spokesman Evan Smith

said the signs were a mark of

respect, and would make it easier

for former residents to come back

and see where their homes used

to be.

• By Sarla Donovan

SOUTH BRIGHTON residents

are rallying around the owner

of their local dairy, who helped

them out in the 2011 earthquake

– after a bid to scuttle them

from building a cafe and a fish

and chip shop.

But their 200-plus signature

petition comes too late to affect

a decision on whether the build

will be allowed.

The Resource consent

application was heard on

May 17, and a decision on

information presented at the

time of the hearing. A decision

has not yet been made.

Neighbours Brendan Moir

and Patricia Claypoole objected

to Christine Chen’s plans to

build on a section next to her

Union St dairy.

Ms Claypoole and Mr Moir

said in submissions they fear

the building will be intrusive,

unsightly and affect the resale

value of their house.

It would be 30m2 larger than

the building that was there

previously, and operate seven

days a week, from 7am-8pm.

Ms Chen became a favourite

in the area after the February 22,

Wainoni Avonside

Community Trust

took it upon

themselves to

celebrate the

America’s Cup

before tomorrow’s

parade. The trust

was so excited

by Team New

Zealand’s win,

members dressed

up in red, covered

their building in red

and had red themed

biscuits to enjoy with

their tea and coffee.

They sang yachtingrelated

songs and

the national anthem

to celebrate the

victory.

2011, earthquake when she kept

the dairy open and provided

bread, milk and other basics for

free.

Local resident Evie, who only

wanted her first name used,

organised the petition locally

and on Facebook.

She has sent a copy to the city

council.

Even though it wouldn’t affect

the decision, the petition was

still worthwhile, she said: “I

think the city council needs to

know about it, regardless of the

timing. There are 200 signatures

there, that’s got to count for

something.”

The petition said the South

Brighton neighbourhood was

looking forward to a new food

establishment next to the

|dairy, “only to be disappointed

by two residents trying to put a

stop to it . . . we are a very tight

community that lost so much

America’s Cup celebrations

CAFE WANTED:

Residents have

signed a petition

in support of a

proposed cafe

and retail unit on

Union St, next to

the dairy.

in the earthquake. We would

love to have a little cafe to

catch up with all the

neighbours.”

A long-time Tovey St resident

said she had signed the petition

because she wanted a place

for people to meet.

“Before the earthquakes, we

had three fish and chip shops,

two hairdressers and a hotel

and we’ve not had anything

replaced.”

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• By Mark Thomas - specialist fire

investigator

THE NEW Zealand Fire Service

disappeared last Saturday.

It ceased to exist.

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

began life in its place.

It’s what we’ll be called into

the future.

What’s the reason?

Until now, there have effectively

been two fire services in

the country.

Those that covered urban

settlements, towns and cities,

and those that tackled mainly

wildfire in more rural settings.

To a certain extent, the

boundaries were blurred and we

generally co-operated as much

as we could.

The new Fire and Emergency

New Zealand Act combines us

into a single organisation, still

with distinct urban and rural

sides but working side by side.

It’s got to be better.

As far as most New Zealanders

go, there won’t be any change

whatsoever except the fire trucks

that respond to your emergency

might have different stickers on

the side.

For those of us in the new organisation,

there’s some learning

of new legislation but essentially

it’s business as usual.

Christchurch had a quiet week

as the change occurred.

Ten people got themselves

trapped in a lift at a city bar in

the early hours last Saturday

morning.

It took about half an hour to

free them.

And a fire truck was used to

hold up a severed power pole in

Barrington St after a car crash

on Sunday evening which kept

live wires off the street and power

going for Spreydon homes.

Finally, fire crews assisted ambulances

at about 10 incidents

where people suffered seizures

and died suddenly.

That’s about double a normal

week.

Dead macrocarpa and pine

trees at the former Pleasant

Point Yacht Club site are

unsightly, depressing

and a serious health

concern, according to the

Southshore Residents

Association.

You said:

Jill Reesby – Nature has

deemed fit to allow these trees

to die by changing their natural

environment. Nature would not

remove them physically, only

humans are able do that and only

those who wish for ‘stark’ and

‘proper’ outlooks.

Nature will already be using

them whether it is birds, insects

or organisms. Eventually, by

nature, they will decompose

feeding many different forms of

wildlife. The city council would

have already removed them if

they were a health and safety

issue to humans. Not everything

in nature is beautiful to everybody

but everything has a place

in evolution. I like the natural

outlook.

Troy Gearry – Ah guys, it’s

called nature, never thought

someone would complain about

a damn tree in the water, will

get washed away next flood

anyway.

Amanda White – I love this

tree. I drive past it every day,

looks amazing at sunrise.

Katrina Prendergast

– “They could fall on someone”,

really? Who would be stupid

enough to be walking in the

estuary in the first place? Leave

them there for the birds.

Lorraine Rawson – As a

Southshore resident, I love these

trees. Amanda White is right

they look amazing at sunrise.

Simon Kelly – The residents

are more depressing – these trees

are perfect for roosting shags.

John Bowes – Bet the same

people who find this depressing

have purple fits about men creating

global warming . . .

We said:

It’s back to the drawing

board for the Christchurch

School of Gymnastics after

its proposed new building

site at QE II Park was

rejected by residents

You said:

EYESORE:

Residents

want these

dead trees

beside

the Bridge

St bridge

removed.

Jake Ranginui – People in

the east need to decide if they

want things on their side of

town or to leave it to turn into

a dust bowl. Whining about

nothing being done there, then

complaining when something

is being planned. Make up your

minds.

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NEW: A

concept design

for the new

Christchurch

School of

Gymnastics

building.

Diane Mitchell – Thanks for not

spoiling the much-used park, there is

always the driving range land.

Sarah Ruane – Christchurch School

of Gymnastics is not a private company,

it is a not-for-profit society. The current

site is at risk of flood – every time

it rains, the foam pits flood. There are

more than 1000 young people using this

facility, from little kids doing recreational

gymnastics through to New Zealand

representatives. These young people work

incredibly hard and they deserve a facility

that meets their needs. I really hope

the Coastal-Burwood Community Board

recognises just how much support there

is for the rebuild in the local community.

Karen Beaumont – There is plenty

of land there, just cannot understand why

they wanted to take away a much-used

sports field, just so it could be right next

door to the pool for a quick swim. Use

the old driving range land, no problem.

Steve Potter – Why could people not

use both facilities still, even if it was on

the same site as now? I’d say that’s not a

good enough reason to move it (I know

there will be other reasons, too). The

whole perimeter of QE II is only 2.1km so

easy to still use both.

Maria Mann – Hope it gets rebuilt

on same site as I take our granddaughter

there every Monday in school term.

Barbara Price – It needs to move

from the current site to where the water

table isn’t high. The current site has a

water table at 1m in wet weather since the

quakes. The water comes into the pit in

heavy rain.

Wendy Stanton – Sounds perfect.

Do it, just get things in motion.

Les Hibbard – Dan O’Sullivan seems

to be calling the pot black, or is it a case

of sauce for the goose is sauce for the

gander. Isn’t QE II to become Crown land

with two schools being built there? If

that’s the case, then do they want a track

round the boundary, with it’s inherent

problem with miscreants.

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The new Swimsmart

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The new Swimsmart membership

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swim. Swimsmart members will get free,

unlimited access to all Christchurch City

Council pools outside of regular lesson

times. This provides kids with extra

opportunities to practise their swimming

skills!

Customers will now be able to enrol for

a membership that offers up to 48 weeks of

lessons per year. The new membership also

allows customers to pay on a more regular

basis via direct debit instead of paying for

a full term up front.

Grading of children’s swimming skills

occurs on a regular basis, so they can move

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“Want to turn your Little Terror

into a Little Ninja? Join in the fun

with Flip Out Christchurch’s brand

new Tumble Tots classes for preschoolers

aged 2-4 years old.

With classes focused on beginner

tumbling, bouncing, balancing

and hand-eye coordination it’s

a great way to burn off a little

energy on a Friday morning.

Phone 384 8244

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

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team members as part of Bunnings Warehouse Shirley’s adults and kids DIY

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kids are on from 10am to 2pm. These free events will arm you with tips, ideas

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Indoor Bowls For Seniors

Tuesday, 11am-1pm

This is a great have-a-go

weekly session. If you’ve

never played bowls before,

why not go along and give

it a try? No experience

necessary and all abilities

are welcome. Wear soft

shoes. First is session

free.

Aranui/Wainoni Community

Centre, 37 Hampshire

St

Meditation and

Bhuddism Class

Wednesday, 5.30-6.45pm

This event is a weekly

drop in class with Buddhist

teacher Kate Fulkner.

Each class consists of a

guided meditation and a

talk based on Buddhist

wisdom. Classes suitable

for everyone. $5 donation.

Antidote Juice Bar, Carnaby

Lane, New Brighton

Winter Warmers Tai

Chi

Wednesday, 11-11.30am

Every week in July, Linwood

Library is hosting an

event to promote mental

health and well-being.

This week, go along for

some gentle exercise using

the popular resistance

DynaBands. Register

your interest by popping

into Linwood Library at

Eastgate Shopping Centre

or phone the library, 941

7923.

Linwood Library, 1st

floor, Eastgate Shopping

Centre

Pages Rd Market

Thursday, 8am-1pm

This weekly market

offers a huge selection

of pre-loved clothing at

reasonable prices, plants,

toys, skincare products,

books, DVDs, fresh fruit

and vegetables and all

manner of new and used

knick-knacks.

51 Pages Rd, Linwood

Book Discussion Group

Thursday, 6-7pm

For those who love

reading and want to share

in discussion with other

friendly book lovers, the

Shirley Library Book Discussion

Group is held on

the second Thursday of the

month. Roberta is hosting

this month’s meeting. The

group subscribes to the

Book Discussion Scheme

so there is a cost involved.

For inquires, ph 941 7923

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Ukelele Jam

Friday, 7.30pm

Head along to St Faith’s

Church hall for a fun

musical jam night, hosted

by the Natural Magic

Pirate Band. For more

information, ph 388 9118

or email stfaiths1@gmail.

com

46 Hawke St, New

Brighton

Card Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly card club is

on every Friday, just head

along and join the fun.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Imagination Station

Daily, 9.30am-5.30

Lego lovers, head down

to the Imagination Station

pop-up facility in New

Brighton. The popular centre

uses Lego and Duplo

as a medium for learning

and creativity and it’s open

every day during the July

school holidays.

Carnaby Lane, Brighton

Mall

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. With

a bouncy castle and free

face-painting.

New Brighton Mall

Golden Oldies

Movie Screening

Monday, 1.30pm

Sydney Poitier stars

in To Sir With Love, a

1967 drama based on

E A Braithwaite’s autobiographical

novel of the

same name. The story

concerns the experience of

immigrant engineer Mark

Thackeray, who ends up

teaching high school in

London’s tough East End.

Arrive early for a cuppa

and a chat.

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.


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New campus hopes to liven up Brighton

THE LATEST stage of the Grace

Vineyard Beach Campus in

New Brighton has been officially

opened.

Youth Alive Trust hosted

the celebration of stage four’s

completion by opening two more

areas at the campus as part of its

ongoing redevelopment.

The two new spaces are both

purpose-built music rooms with

sound-proofing, acoustic panels,

a recording desk and an outdoor

pre-school play area with a fort,

soft play matting and deck.

The two spaces were able to

open partially due to funding

from Creative New Zealand, The

Lion Foundation, Pub Charity

Ltd, Playbases, the Grace

Vineyard congregation and a

Ministry of Education playgroup

grant.

More than 60 people attended

the opening with speeches

including young people, parents,

funders and city councillor

David East.

Trust manager James Ridpath

said while the build was an

exciting step forward, the trust

was looking forward to running

more programmes for the community.

“The building is just a tool,

it’s the families attending the

FUN: Thomas Ridpath, 1, got ready to make his way down the

slide while two-year-old Koa McNicol waited behind him.

playgroups, pre-schooler programmes,

music tuition and

youth bands who will benefit

most,” Mr Ridpath said.

He said the building was built

with community use in mind.

“Hundreds of locals use the

building every week through a

number of organisations, and it’s

now a warm, friendly building

fit for purpose that we can all be

proud of,” he said.

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DEADLINE SALE

DEADLINE SALE

Belfast 36 Donegal Street

Heartbreakingly Beautiful ....

Sue & Gemma Roberts

M 027 440 1282 or 027 223 6471 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

3 21 2

Harcourts ID: BF28469

This home has so much personality it speaks for itself! Sadly our owners are moving North and

its time to say goodbye. Totally renovated throughout open plan kitchen/dining/living with great

outdoor flow to entertainment area, three double bedroom, spacious bathroom and heated with

woodburner and HRV system. Plenty of off street parking and fully fenced grounds + garden shed.

DEADLINE SALE

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Thursday 13 th July at 4.00pm.

View: Phone for viewing times.

Redwood 6 Grimseys Road

Fantastic Family Home

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

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

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Harcourts ID: PLS2283

This renovated 1970's bungalow, with comfortable bedroom sizes, sunny living areas and a

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has been completely refreshed with modern décor throughout to enhance natural light, with

refurbished kitchen / bathroom and two heat-pumps and DVS system. Popular family location.

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Thursday 27 th July at 4.00pm.

View: Phone for viewing times.

Shirley 31A Havana Gardens

Modern Family Home

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

4 2 2

Harcourts ID: PLS2277

A fantastic family opportunity for this modern four bedroom home, in a family-friendly location.

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• By Andrew King

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High will

have two weeks to lick their

wounds after a tough 15-20

loss to St Thomas’ in the UC

Championship at the weekend.

After 11 rounds, Shirley now

sit 10th on the table after the loss

at Linfield Park on Saturday.

Their record is now four wins

from 10 games.

The competition takes a

school holiday break until July

22, with a number of players attending

the Crusaders under-18

development training camp at

St Andrew’s College, which runs

for the next two days.

Glen Beardsley was the only

Shirley player selected in the 61-

man squad.

From those 61, 25 will be

selected to play against the Hurricanes

under-18 team on Saturday

at 5.10pm in a curtain-raiser

for the Crusaders v Hurricanes

SPORTS

Shirley Boys’ High

go into two-week

break after tight

loss to St Thomas’

match at Westpac Stadium.

When they return to the

competition for the final four

rounds, Shirley will have St

Andrew’s first up, who went into

the break with a thumping 50-20

victory over Burnside at home.

In other local games, Christ’s

College beat Marlborough 31-21,

CBHS grabbed a bonus point

win over Rangiora 26-8, and

Timaru Boys’ High stayed top

of the table with a big 46-12 win

over struggling St Bede’s College.

Points table

Timaru Boys’ High, 45pts,

1; CBHS, 44, 2; Christ’s, 44, 3;

Nelson, 40, 4; St Andrew’s, 37, 5;

Rangiora, 31, 6; Waimea, 30, 7;

St Thomas’, 27, 8; Marlborough

Boys’ High, 24, 9; Shirley, 21, 10;

Lincoln High, 20, 11; St Bede’s,

16, 12; Mid-Canterbury, 6, 13;

Roncalli College, 1, 14; Burnside

High, 0, 15.

Connetics Shield-holders

miss national competition

• By Andrew King

BURNSIDE HIGH is ruing poor

early season form which has cost

them a spot in the nationals.

But coach David Williams is

not looking to blame outside

forces, saying it was gutting but

entirely their own fault.

Four teams were selected from

the Connetics first XI football

competition to compete at the

Boys Lotto Premier Football

Tournament in Napier from

September 4-8.

“A draw against Shirley and

letting Cashmere back into

the game, which also ended

up being a draw, didn’t help.

If either of those games had of

been a win instead of a draw,

then we would be in Napier,” he

said.

St Andrew’s College, St

Thomas, Lincoln High and

Cashmere High have all made

the cut for the 32-team national

tournament.

The teams were picked during

round eight when the top four

included the selected teams.

Burnside were fifth in round

eight, but have since moved

to third after wins against

Middleton Grange and Lincoln

High. In their match against

Lincoln, Burnside also won

the Connetics Shield for the

MISSING: Burnside High will look to hold on to the Connetics

Shield after missing out on the national competition.

PHOTO: BURNSIDE HIGH

first time. However, they were

denied a wildcard entry into

nationals, with Nelson’s Waimea

College and Wellington College

snapping up the last two

spots.

“We will now focus on

trying to win the Rex Dawkins

tournament in Palmerston

North,” Williams said.

That tournament runs at the

same time as nationals.

Williams said with two games

and a bye left in the Connetics

competition, the goal is to

finish strong and hold on to the

Connetics Shield.

The competition now takes

a three-week break and will

resume on July 26 for three

rounds before the finals.

Burnside will not want to let

go of the shield when they

face Christ’s at 5.45pm at the

Christchurch Football Centre,

where all league games are being

played this year.

Christchurch Boys’ High will

take on Lincoln at 4pm, St Bede’s

will play Shirley at 5.45pm, St

Andrew’s will try to stay top

of the table when they face St

Thomas at 7.30pm and Papanui

will resume their season against

Riccarton at 7.30pm.

Points

St Andrew’s, 21pts, 1; St Thomas,

21pts, 2; Burnside, 20pts, 3;

Cashmere, 19pts, 4; Lincoln,

17pts, 5; St Bede’s, 16pts, 6;

CBHS, 13pts, 7; Shirley, 13pts, 8;

Riccarton, 11pts, 9; Middleton,

8pts, 10; Papanui, 6pts, 11;

Christ’s, 5pts, 12; Rangiora, 3pts,

13.

Victoria St

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Sun 27th Aug

10am to 3pm

air Force Museum

45 Harvard Ave

Wigram, Chch

Tickets: $20.00

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

New treatment for fungal nails

Feet First, the long-established podiatry

clinic in Upper Riccarton, now has a

much more efficient and effective means

of dealing with the problem of fungal

nails, thanks to a new machine they

recently obtained from Britain, where it

was designed and trialled.

Clearanail is a procedure where the

Podiatrists use a machine to make tiny

holes in the nail without affecting the nail

bed – a completely pain-free procedure

that then allows the topical application of

antifungal solution to directly reach the

problem area.

Fungal nails may cause the toenail to

thicken, which consequently can make

shoes feel uncomfortable. Anyone who

believes they have a fungal infection

of the nails is invited to make an

appointment for a consultation with Feet

First so one of the qualified Podiatrists

can assess if that is the case, and if so, will

recommend the Clearanail procedure.

This involves the initial treatment, and

three follow-up appointments at monthly

intervals to check progress.

“Fungal nail infections won’t disappear

immediately,” clinic director Charlotte

Russell says, “so people need to commit

to the process, which can take up to four

months as the nail grows.”

She says now is an ideal time to start

fungal nail treatment with Clearanail, so

nails will be looking healthy again when

the warm, sandal-wearing weather arrives.

Feet First has an introductory offer on

Clearanail until the end of July.

Call them on 348-7910 for details.

The Clearanail machine and related products.

In addition to offering this highly

effective treatment, Feet First has another

unique feature – the Shoe Room. Here,

clients can browse through a wide

selection of ‘fashionable, functional

footwear’ for men and women that not

only provides support and comfort, but

also looks modern and attractive.

The four registered and experienced

Feet First Podiatrists offer the full range

of podiatry services for all ages and all

conditions, with customised treatment

provided for every client. They also offer a

range of quality foot treatment products,

including the German brand Gehwol.

The clinic at 37 Main South Road is

open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to

5pm, with late nights on Monday and

Thursday to 7pm by appointment. The

Shoe Room is open Monday to Friday

Discover this

unique Emporium

Above: Clinic director Charlotte Russell displays one of the modern boot styles

available in the Shoe Room. Below: The Feet First reception area.

9am-4pm. There is on-site parking

available.

Feet First also runs several satellite

clinics. These are at the Marshland

Family Health Centre, Marshland

Road on Mondays, the Redcliffs

Clinic, Augusta Street, on Wednesday

afternoon and Friday morning, the

Waltham Medical Centre, Waltham

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1 Tbsp Olive oil

4 Lamb shanks, large

1 Onion, sliced

2 cloves Garlic, crushed

2 Tbsp Curry powder, medium

800g Tomatoes, chopped

2 cups Beef stock

1 to taste Salt & freshly ground

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Heat oven to 180 deg C. Place

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BROCCOLI PASTA

Ingredients

400g Pasta spirals

3 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil

½ cup Pine nuts

1 cup Breadcrumbs

1 Lemon

½ cup Kalamata olives

4 fillets Anchovy fillets

2 Tbsp Fresh parsley

2 cloves Garlic

2 heads Broccoli

¼ cup Parmesan cheese

Directions

Cook pasta in boiling salted

water for eight to 10 minutes

until al dente – just tender to the

bite.

Heat one tablespoon of oil,

pine nuts, crumbs, one tbsp finely

grated lemon rind, pitted and

roughly chopped olives, roughly

chopped anchovy, parsley and

garlic in a frying pan, stirring

until crumbs and pine nuts are

lightly toasted.

Heat a saucepan of water

and cook the broccoli for four

minutes until just tender. Drain

well and then gently stir broccoli

though drained pasta and

drizzle with remaining olive oil.

Serve topped with crumbs and

with grated parmesan cheese.

CRUNCHY CRUSTED

CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS

Ingredients

80g Potatoes, chips, ready salted

1 tsp Curry powder

1 cup Panko breadcrumbs

1 tsp Chicken stock, powder

1 tsp Curry powder, optional

1 cup Panko breadcrumbs

1 tsp Chicken stock, powder

2 Eggs

8 Chicken drumsticks

Directions

Preheat oven to 180 deg C.

Crush chips and mix them

on a shallow plate with panko

crumbs, curry powder and

chicken powder.

Break eggs into a shallow dish

and lightly mix with a fork.

Roll chicken in the egg and

then in the crumb mix.

Place the chicken pieces in a

single layer in a baking dish and

cook for 45 to 50 minutes until

meat is cooked through.

Test by piercing thickest part

of the drumstick with a skewer.

The juices that run out should

be clear and not pink.

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

New management

A change of scenery is how Allan

Cleghorn describes his new position as

Manager of Bridgestone Hornby.

“I want to grow our business through

consistently top rate service to all

customers,” says Allan.

While known for supplying and

fitting tyres and mag wheels, the team

at Bridgestone Hornby also service and

repair all makes and models of cars, vans,

4WDs, and fleet vehicles.

Their fully functional workshop with

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allows them to carry out regular vehicle

servicing from changing oil and filters,

to replacing antifreeze, topping-up brake

fluid, aligning wheels and serious vehicle

repairs. They also do Warrant of Fitness

inspections for just $40, a little cheaper

than elsewhere.

Bridgestone Hornby is close to the Hub

Hornby. Complete some shopping or have

lunch while tyre or car needs are sorted,

book their loan vehicle if heading to work,

or chill out over a fresh hot coffee in their

for local business

comfortable waiting room.

The fast, efficient and friendly service,

not to mention competitive rates and

available finance, explains why so many

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REAL ESTATE

Renovators delight…great excuse

58 Hinau Street, Fendalton

Price by negotiation

3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 car-garage | Listing # SMT10143

Situated in the heart of this popular part

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the best excuse you have to purchase in

this prime location. Encompassing three

bedrooms and one bathroom, generous

off street parking, a sunny north facing

family sized section plus master bedroom

complimented by an outdoor deck.

This character bungalow offers a formal

street facing living room with cosy

logburner. Wood panelling and lead lights

retain the appeal from a bygone period of

time when antiques and paintings were

displayed in the formal room setting.

Outside, the 564m2 section along with the

sun-soaked decking area is an entertainer’s

delight with manicured lawns.

Double garaging, drive through and a

generous driveway with plenty of off-street

parking complete the package.

The location is exceptional, with zoning

for the ever-popular Girls’ and Boys’ High

School, St Thomas’, St Patrick’s and close

distance to Medbury, Rangi Ruru and St

Andrews’, underpinning your investment

and the proximity to the Westfield and the

Fendalton Village shopping precinct and an

easy stroll to the Riccarton House Farmers

Market - not to mention cafes, parks and

key public transport routes - ensuring you’ll

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Please phone for viewing times

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245 5226 ciey@xtra.co.nz

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Cell 027 684 4046, email

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Public Notices

Weka Pass Railway

Waipara, North Canterbury

We are RUNNING

SUNDAY 16th July

Running 1st & 3rd

Sunday of every month

Phone 0800wekapass

Depart Glenmark Station

11.30am & 2.00pm

www.wekapassrailway.co.nz

Principal’s P.A.

Permanent position -

40 hours per week – 44 weeks per year

Villa Maria College is a state-integrated Catholic secondary

school for girls. We were founded by the Sisters of Mercy

in 1918 and hold dear the values of Whakaute – Respect,

Tika – Justice and Manaakitanga – Hospitality. Visit

www.villa.school.nz to find out more about us.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to

take over the role as our Principal’s Personal Assistant. We

are looking for someone who is organised, efficient and

proactive. Like all great PA’s, you will be a superb multitasker

and great at prioritising your time. You will have a

strong sense of integrity and confidentiality with a resilient,

can-do attitude.

This is a varied and busy role in support of Villa Maria’s

principal.

In return we offer you a fantastic collegial working

environment that reflects our strong Mercy spirit.

If you’re ready for a challenge and believe you have the

experience to step into this role, please send your CV,

covering letter and two referees for us to contact to:

Villa Maria College

Principal

21 Peer Street

Christchurch 8041

dbr@villa.school.nz

A full job description is available on the College website

under staff vacancies: www.villa.school.nz

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What’s On

Entertainment

Buon

Appetito!

EXPERIENCE the satisfyingly bold

avours of Italy at the Garden Buffet

Restaurant. e team at the restaurant is

celebrating the tastes of Italy and has

added traditional Italian fare to their

already extensive buffet selection.

One of Christchurch’s most popular

restaurants, the Garden Buffet is

renowned its wide choice of quality

dishes produced from the freshest

seasonal ingredients.

Chicken Scallopini, Italian stuffed Hoki

with Cheese, Lamb Stew, Fettuccine

Marinara, Pizza Pie, Chorizo Pasta, and

sweet treats such as Lemon Almond Tart

and Tiramisu Cheesecake are just a few

examples the specialist dishes available

during the restaurant’s lunch and dinner

service throughout the month (nishing

on Sunday 30th July). Normal dining

prices apply. Bookings essential.

e Garden Buffet Restaurant and

adjoining Garden Bar Cafe offer an

excellent solution for company functions,

and special events. Roomy, stylish

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 03 364 7425

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

surroundings with a warm and inviting

ambience, it’s the perfect venue for any

occasion from casual dining to weddings

and work functions.

e Garden Bar Cafe is open daily

from 9am serving full cooked breakfasts,

excellent coffee, and homemade gourmet

cabinet foods. By evening it serves as the

ideal meeting place for a pre-dinner

drink with cruisy live music every Friday

from 6pm.

e Garden Buffet Restaurant and

Garden Bar Cafe, with plenty of secure,

easy access parking, are located in the

Garden Hotel, 110 Marshland Rd. For

buffet bookings or function queries

phone 386 0088.

A West Coast welcome in the heart of

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Kid’s 2 course special

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$10

Treat the Kids

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The

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118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

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Bookings Essential

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TICKETS $20 AT CLUB OFFICE. DOOR SALES $25

Hornby WMC

17 Carmen Rd, Hornby

Phone 03 349 9026

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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11 90

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Villa Maria Private Bin 750ml

(Excludes Pinot Noir/Syrah)

$

4 00

each

Just Juice/Citrus Tree Fruit Juice/Drink 2.4-2.8L

FreshChoice Parklands

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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triangle Ring

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Disc Bracelet

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