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CONTROVERSIAL $25,000

glass graffiti protection panels

around the New Brighton War

Memorial may be removed,

sparking calls they have been a

waste of money.

The panels

were installed

around the

memorial last

month, but were

criticised by the

New Brighton

RSA and by

Kim Money

people in the

community who

said they were

“horribly ugly”.

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board is now

considering taking them down

and using lighting, security

cameras and more open

landscaping to discourage

vandalism instead.

Board chairwoman Kim

Money has met with New

Brighton RSA representatives to

discuss the idea.

Ms Money said the options

LOOKING AHEAD: The graffiti protection panels around the New Brighton War Memorial may be removed, sparking New Brighton

RSA executive manager Garry House to say they have been a waste of money.

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included removing the low walls

in the area to open it to the

street, making it less attractive to

vandals.

But Ms Money said there was

no funding currently set aside for

the work, and having it approved

could take months.

New Brighton RSA executive

manager Garry House said that

was not good enough.

He said the city council had

wasted money on the panels

without properly consulting the

community.

“If you’ve blown the money on

doing something stupid, that’s

no excuse. You’ve just got to find

the money somewhere else,” he

said.

The memorial was vandalised

in 2015, and he said the idea

of protective panels had been

briefly mentioned then, but there

had been no discussion of it

since.

“I understand the council was

trying to do the right thing by

protecting the cenotaph, so I

applaud them for that, but they

went about it very badly,” he said.

He said the association would

be happy to see the panels left up

as a temporary measure, but only

for a few months.

But Ms Money said the

plan was likely to take some time

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Tuesday July 25 2017

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THAT WAS one amazing effort

from Ryan Pearce at the world

distance waka ama championships

(see page 4)

The South New Brighton School

teacher took out a silver medal,

fantastic considering he had spinal

surgery several years ago and has

only been paddling for 12 months

before making the New Zealand

team.

Our article today looks at the

fundraising effort put in to get him

there, largely from the Ferrymead

Rotary Club.

Club member Barbara Crooks

writes about how it all happened

and why the club did it.

Community spirit at its very best.

Well done to the rotary club, and

of course Ryan.

The drums are beating to remove

the graffiti protection panels

around the New Brighton War

memorial (see page 1).

No surprises there – they look

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Richmond garden expands

RICHMOND’S GREEN thumbs

have been given a space to grow

their community garden.

The Richmond Community

Garden Group has been given

a two year lease to develop just

under half a hectare of red zone

property in front of Avebury

House on the corner of Evelyn

Couzins Ave and River Rd.

Land Information New Zealand

leased the group the land

for $1 after it had twice outgrown

its previous space.

It is the biggest piece of land

LINZ has ever leased to a community

group.

The group’s founding member

Hayley Guglietta said, since

2015, it has had a small garden

beside Avebury Park.

“But we had too many people

volunteering – we just ran out of

space and things to do,” she said.

After approaching Regenerate

Christchurch and being told to

go to LINZ, the group had to

prove they were “providing a

space for the community” before

being given the lease.

But with nearby schools,

pre-schools and families already

using the garden, it was not a

hard sell.

So now the group is busy planning

its new space, which will be

PLANS: The Richmond Community Garden Group has worked

with the city council on designs. ​

the first of its kind in the city.

Mrs Guglietta said it’s not just

about providing a community

garden anymore.

“We want to develop an area

for people to come, bring their

kids, have a picnic, learn something

about gardening and be

able to run around,” she said.

The new space will feature

above ground garden beds, fruit

trees, a natural playground, picnic

area and a nature and education

focused community space.

Initial designs also show a

kayak rental shed for the adjacent

Avon River, beehives and

a lecture theatre with movable

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The group has been working

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by the city council.

And Mrs Guglietta said it’s

proud to have achieved all of this

with very little funding.

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But aside from that, it’s all been

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she said.

Currently 15 volunteers work

in the garden but members of the

public are more than welcome

to join.

Part of the project will include

converting the Avebury House

garden into a medicinal herb and

cut flower area.

“Programmes at Avebury

House will be able to use the

garden, go out there and cut

flowers … but we’re looking for

someone who knows about cut

flower gardens at the moment,”

Mrs Guglietta said.

It is also hosting a wicker

weaving session as part of the

development on August 19 at

Avebury House.

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Rotary helps teacher succeed on water

Ferrymead Rotarians had a

strong inkling they were on

to a good thing when Ryan

Pearce approached them for

support to get to the waka

ama (outrigger canoeing)

world championships. Club

member Barbara Crooks

writes about how it worked

out

THE 34-year-old South

Brighton School teacher

was part of a para-six which

paddled to a silver medal at the

World Distance Waka Ama

Championships in Tahiti a

couple of weeks ago.

Pearce, who has used a brace

on his right leg since spinal

surgery eight years ago, had been

paddling for just 12 months

before making the New Zealand

team.

To get to Tahiti he – and each

of his fellow paddlers –had to

raise $4000 in three months

since the team was named in

March.

His personal and professional

attributes impressed Ferrymead

Rotary members so much they

DETERMINED: Ryan Pearce (front) won a silver medal at the World Distance Waka Ama

Championships in Tahiti. ​

readily agreed. And while they

thought their contribution

modest, Ryan pointed out that

they had paid his Christchurch

to Auckland airfare – without

which he wouldn’t have made

the plane to Tahiti.

After his selection was

confirmed in March, he had to

fund a medical examination, and

flights, food and accommodation

for three training camps (in

Napier, Auckland and Tauranga)

and the world champs in Tahiti.

As he says, there are no free

rides for truly amateur sports in

New Zealand.

His waka success further

reflected Pearce’s resolve since

complications with a 2009

operation to remove a varicose

vein on his spinal cord left him

with no feeling from the waist

down. A month later, thanks

to his intensive rehabilitation

efforts, he was walking with the

help of a stick on his wedding

day.

Two years later, the remnant

of the vein forced another

operation, six weeks in hospital,

and back to work on physio in

a wheelchair. The next year,

he tackled the 2.8km harbour

crossing swim in Auckland,

dragging himself across almost

entirely with his arms. He has

done four more distance swims

since.

But he believes he trained

harder for waka than his swims

because he didn’t want to let his

mates down. He’s also quick to

point out that, while one of the

seven paddlers did not get a start

in Tahiti, the performance was

very much a team effort.

Pearce sees “paddling in

some capacity” as very much a

part of his immediate sporting

future. He believes he’s best

suited to longer distances, which

opens the way for him to bring

his swimming, paddling and

perhaps other endurance talents

together.

QE II track unlikely to stay

• By Gabrielle Stuart

AN APPEAL to save the

community-built QE II

Park fitness trail has failed

– but campaigners fighting

for it are not giving up yet.

The fitness trail currently

runs around the park, with

17 fitness stations set up

around the 2km track.

But about half the track

is set to be removed when

Shirley Boys and Avonside

Girls’ high schools are built there.

The Coastal-Burwood Community

Board wrote to the

Ministry of Education last week

asking it to reconsider its decision

to remove that portion of the fitness

trail.

But the ministry has refused to

Dan

O’Sullivan

reconsider.

Ministry education infrastructure

service deputy head Rob

Giller said keeping the trail

would “compromise the

safety and security of the

school”.

“That’s because if public

access was granted over the

schools’ land, its boards of

trustees would not be able

to trespass members of the

public causing menace,” he

said.

He said the school site had

already been reduced to meet

city council requirements, and

keeping the trail would reduce it

further.

Community board chairwoman

Kim Money said she

accepted that, and believed there

was nothing more the board

could do.

She said she would now work

with the city council to create

a shorter loop off the school

grounds.

North New Brighton resident

Dan O’Sullivan, who has been

campaigning to save the trail,

said that was not good enough.

He said he would now look at

organising a letter or petition

from residents to keep it. “Of

course there’s a way around it, it’s

just they don’t want to,” he said.

He believed keeping the trail

would make the school more

secure, as residents walking there

on weekends or after hours could

keep an eye out for vandalism

or problems happening at the

school.

No decision on dairy

NO DECISION has yet been

made whether a dairy on Union

St, South New Brighton, will be

able to expand.

Owner Christine Chen wants

to expand the business by

building on a section next to the

dairy.

Neighbours Brendon Moir

and Patricia Claypoole objected

to the plan because they believe

the expansion does not comply

with the city council’s resource

consent requirements.

A commissioner heard

arguments for and against the

expansion in May, and has yet to

release a decision.

•In previous reports on the

issue, Pegasus Post has omitted

to report Mr Moir and Ms Claypoole’s

objection was because

NOT YET: No decision has

been made yet on whether

a dairy on Union St can

expand.

they believed the business

expansion did not comply with

resource consent requirements.

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Mr Moir and Ms Claypoole for

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Michelle Fuentes-Whittaker

Brighton’s social conscience

Social entrepreneur

Michelle Fuentes-

Whittaker’s latest

venture is The Good

Shop in Carnaby Lane,

New Brighton. Sarla

Donovan talked to

her about the cafe,

shop and hub for

community education

and workshops

What’s the idea behind The

Good Shop?

To make living greener easier

and more accessible. We tend

to get overwhelmed and don’t

know where to start, or feel like

any small change won’t make a

difference. We aim to shift this

through having the shop, building

a community of support and

also education and workshops.

What motivated you to set

this up?

It grew out of a combination

of things. I’ve been involved in

the social enterprise scene for

a couple of years and when we

had the big Kaikoura/Hurunui

earthquake in November, I wanted

to help the vulnerable small

businesses. So I set up Alpine

Pacific in a Box – a Christmas

gift box full of artisan products

made in these regions. I’ve

always been a greenie so when I

realised that all the artisan products

were also naturally ethical

and environmentally-friendly,

I thought to extend the support

to both the makers and the customer

through a not-for-profit

social enterprise.

Is it a challenge to run an

enterprise like this and make a

living?

Short answer is yes. We are

only in the start-up phase and it

takes a while to get the cash flow

going. So we are mainly volunteers

at this stage but are very

committed to the initial pilot to

see if it is viable going forward.

We’ve got a lot of support from

the local community but it also

GREENER: Michelle Fuentes-Whittaker and chef Noelina Maruccio at The Good Shop on

Carnaby Lane, which aims to make it easier to live a green lifestyle. PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

needs to translate into financial

sustainability. We do need some

funding to help us through the

start-up phase.

Are you juggling family as

well?

We are all parents. Another

string to the venture is to create

the type of workplace you’ve

always wanted that is flexible

around family. So there are four

of us that work part time to

cover the Tuesday to Saturday

week and the collective directorship.

Though I’m finding that

I’m working everyday being the

business developer, communications

and marketing, social

media, managing director, ops

manager, finance manager and

admin! But for now, I’m loving it

and once the systems are set up

and we have more volunteers on

board, it will be more sensible.

Why did you decide to open

in New Brighton?

Three of us are locals. We love

living here and are putting our

hands up to contribute to the

vibrant community. We have

strong networks across greater

Brighton and the east, which

is vital to starting up a not-forprofit

venture. We also have

the support from Development

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Are you originally from

Christchurch?

Born and bred Cantabrian. I’ve

lived elsewhere and travelled a

lot but found myself returning

home to start a family. As much

as the earthquakes were horrible,

I’ve seen the silver lining in the

openness to new ideas and the

strengthened communities.

From doing earthquake recovery

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river of flowers for the February

22, 2011, earthquake anniversary,

Places of Tranquillity in

Manchester St, being involved in

the beginning of the All Right?

well-being campaign and developing

the Well-being Game.

Have you always been a socially

aware kind of person?

I’ve always been involved in

volunteering and community

from an early age. That continued

through university and my

first job as a community centre

manager in Wellington. My

career hasn’t been a linear typical

journey but there is a very

clear thread and commitment to

social change and community

well-being. The Good Shop is

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collective for happy people and

a healthy planet. I pulled this

together to bring my various

initiatives, interests and fabulous

collaborators under a clear vision

and practice – enjoyable, innovative

experiences that just happen

to be good for you and good for

the planet.

There seems to be a real push

back on plastic bags at the moment.

Why do you think that

is?

Waste is a huge issue and

plastic bags are a tangible item

that we all use and it’s easy to

see what damage they’re doing

to our oceans and environment.

Plastic has only really been

around in everyday household

products for the last 40 to 50

years. Yet there has only recently

been the realisation of the prolific

impact. We don’t really know

how long plastic takes to break

down either. It’s commonly

stated as 100 years, yet we haven’t

reached that time yet so it could

be 1000 years. The silly thing is

that we don’t need them. Our

parents and grandparents never

needed them either. Use cloth

bags – it’s that simple. Putting a

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the problem either. It’s an initial

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of the problem.

Where do you like to hang

out when you have some down

time?

The beach and the forest are

such amazing assets on this side

of the city and are extra enjoyable

with kids and dogs. I mostly

hang out with family and friends

in winter, but with this project,

I am spending my downtime

working.

Do you have a bucket list?

What’s at the top right now?

I haven’t got a bucket list as

such. I’ve always tried to live

my life doing what I love as I go.

Though getting The Good Shop

successful and making a living

for those involved is at the top of

my life list right now.

Where do you see yourself in

five years time?

Everything flourishing – www.

flourish.org.nz

How are you enjoying these

frosty winter days?

I’m more of a spring and autumn

person but I love the frosty

days if it means sunshine all day.

With the very cold mornings,

though, I’m not enjoying the

condensation on the windows

and running the heat pump a lot

more. It’s important to be warm

and dry, though, to reduce the

winter ills.

Do you have any go-to recipes

at this time of year?

Usually soups like curried

kumura, and my son’s favourite

leek and potato, which I make

nice and thick. But with having

a cafe in our shop, I’m in heaven.

I’ve been a vegetarian for more

than 20 years and to have a

whole menu I can eat from is so

incredibly exciting. So I’m enjoying

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COPIES OF the Pegasus Post dating back

to 1966 have been bound into a book by

the New Brighton Museum.

The newspapers were stored in boxes

at the back of the museum, but it was decided

the public would enjoy them.

The first box full was taken to the city

council bindery at Linwood and the

museum committee was thrilled with the

result.

One paper had a whole page on the

pancake races which were an annual event

on Shrove Tuesday. Teams of keen competitors

would race up Seaview Rd, tossing

their pancakes on the way. The museum

has some handsome trophies in its cabinet

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Museum secretary Peggy Butterfield

said not many years in the collection are

complete until after 2002 when the museum

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HISTORY: Margaret Kelso

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Museum, pores over the

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collection. ​

the Pegasus Post began.

The book is on display at the museum,

along with many other treasures. One

such item is Patsy and Warner Mauger’s

recently written memoirs – a beautiful

book stacked with memories.

The museum is open every day from

1-3pm so get along and browse the memorabilia.

However, Monday is movie day, so

it is not possible to browse that day.

The museum is reliant on volunteers to

open each day and is presently a bit thin

on helpers. If you can spare an afternoon

a week to be on the desk, meet and greet

visitors and show them around, it would

be greatly appreciated.

“It is so important now more than ever

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2nd Row: Eden Pettigrew, Adonai Schwenke, Anaru Gray, Cole Barrie

3rd Row: Havana Aaifou, Thomas McHutchison, Sapana Kharal, William Paulden, Sean Robertson-Wright, Makayla Austin

Enrolling now for 2018

Rebuild Update from the Principal

Major Production 2017 ‘Wolfstock’

Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo

e lelei. Bula. Fakaalofaatu. Namaste

and Kumusta. Greetings to our

Community.

I am very pleased to inform our

community of two important decisions

regarding our rebuild process.

The school’s master-planning

designers have been announced. This

is the firm Architectus and we are very

positive about this.

www.architectus.co.nz

Architectus has completed many

school rebuilds and other major

projects, including in Christchurch the

Knowledge Centre (the Central Library)

and the Bus Exchange. The lead

person for our rebuild at Architectus

is Carsten Auer. Carsten leads the

Christchurch Architectus team. He is

a Redcliffs resident and is committed

to the concepts of community and

inclusion which came through strongly

in Architectus's submission.

In Term 2, 2019 Linwood College will

shift off-site for the duration of our

rebuild to what will then be the former

Avonside Girls’ High site. The site will

be available as AGHS (and Shirley BHS)

will be on their new site, formerly QE2

Park. This is a very good step for us,

for while it has its own processes to

work through, there are three major

positives:

1. LC students and staff will not

experience the difficult period of rebuild

disruption. The time and energy

that otherwise would have gone to

ensuring learning was not affected

can now be used more positively.

2. The LC demolition and building

processes start with an unoccupied

site and so can operate in a single

stage. This means that a year

comes off the rebuild timeline so the

timeline we are looking at now is 18

months to two years.

3. With this considerable timesaving

and there being no need

for relocatables to shift us around

in, there is a financial saving of

approximately $1 million. This money

does not leave the budget so is used

to enhance what we will be getting.

The Ministry of Education will ensure

that LC has all the support that we

need during our temporary relocation,

including a transport plan for our

students to the new site. We will be

exploring bussing options to get our

students there. The MoE appoints

a relocation manager and employs

specialist movers skilled at shifting a

school, everything from basketballs to

hydrochloric acid.

The AGHS site is safe. The buildings

are mainly relocatable classrooms.

AGHS has operated very successfully

in them with a full academic and

social curriculum. About half of the

relocatables were brought in postearthquake

so they are modern and

warm. In fact, they are of better quality

than our present LC classrooms.

The site is close to us. I have timed my

last two drives there: 3 min 50 sec and

4 min 10 sec, just 2.2 kilometres from

the LC front gate to the AGHS front

gate.

While the rebuild of Linwood College is

well overdue, we are also aware that

the demolition of the old school will

bring mixed feelings for some. And

this makes sense as a school’s physical

fabric contains many memories and

key moments in people’s lives. How

we close and honour this chapter in our

school’s history, while we open another,

is important to us and already is being

given due attention.

Nga mihi nui to our community as the

positive activity of the year continues. I

am always keen to meet people if any

member of the community wishes to

talk to me about anything. My door is

open.

Richard Edmundson

Tumuaki-Principal

The moon is high and all is quiet.

Excitement is rising. The night is still.

This night, 2nd August will be the

opening night of Linwood College’s

2017 major production ‘Wolfstock’.

This is a maverick musical written by

Mary McMahan with music by Donald

Woodward.

A ‘Grease’ ‘Teenwolf’ mash-up with

eccentric characters, great one-liners

and the odd motor bike - this fun story

along with the compulsory dancing and

singing has all the makings for a fun,

family-friendly show.

The new Performing Arts learning

team of Sam Boyce da Cruz and

Ben Russell are bringing life back

to the Linwood College productions

after a hiatus. The cast of this year’s

production celebrates everything that

is great about being part of a Year

7 - 13 school with cast and musicians

involved spanning across all age

groups, collaborating and working

together to present this show.

Community Connections

Students from Linwood North

Primary School visited during Linwood

College’s Taster Afternoon this month.

They were treated to a scene from the

upcoming Linwood College musical

WOLFSTOCK as well as engaging

science experiments.

Linwood College • Phone: 982-0100 • Email: office@linwoodcollege.school.nz • www.linwoodcollege.school.nz

The show will have a three night run

from 1 - 3 August. Tickets will be

available at the College’s Payment

Office from Term 3. We look forward to

seeing you there.

Heathcote Valley School students

investigate science during their lesson

with Helen Mora, Head of the Science

Department.

Science, mathematics and debating

lessons taught at the College to

local primary school students are

strengthening ties with the community.

Regional Pool Championship Contenders

Kane Tahu, Justin

Howland, Shayden

McKenzie and Ben

Broomhall recently made

it into the regional ‘Pool for

Schools’ championships

following trials earlier this

month at the Cashmere

Working Men’s Club.


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ACHIEVERS

Flooring apprentice takes

out top industry accolade

A WAINONI apprentice has

taken out the top title at the

annual Flooring Apprentice

of the Year Awards held in

Christchurch.

The event, held by the Building

and Construction Industry

Training Organisation earlier

this month in conjunction with

the National Flooring Association,

honours excellence and

dedication towards training.

Nicholas Poultney from

Wainoni was awarded both the

stage three and the supreme apprentice

of the year awards – the

overall highest achiever of all

winners.

The award winners were selected

based on the achievement

and skills they display at courses

provided by the Allied Trades

Institute throughout the year.

“Nicholas was well prepared

for his course and showed a

great ability to problem solve

and think things through. He

consistently produced a high

standard of work,” said Allied

Trades Institute principal tutor

Jeff Henry.

“All of this year’s winners are

strong role models for those who

may be considering an apprenticeship

in the flooring industry,”

said BCITO chief executive

Warwick Quinn.

There has never been a better

time to consider a career in the

trades, he said. “New Zealand

is in the midst of a skills shortage

and the construction and

building sector desperately needs

more recruits. This pressure is

set to continue so anyone considering

a career in the trades can

be confident they are making an

excellent choice.”

WINNER: Supreme apprentice of the year Nicholas Poultney

with Deb Paul from the Building and Construction Industry

Training Organisation. ​

WINTER

WARMER:

Relax while

designing

and painting

stones. Warm

up with some

complementary

hot chocolate

and listen to

live music

performed by

local musicians.

This is the final

event in Linwood

Library’s Winter

Warmers which

aims to promote

mental health

and well-being.

Thursday, 5.30-

6.30pm. Register

your interest by

visiting or calling

the library on

941 7923.

Linwood Library,

Eastgate

Shopping

Centre. ​

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Aranui Creation Station

Wednesday, 10am-noon

This initiative from Otautahi

Creative Spaces encourages

people to use their imagination

and encourage their crafty

side. Make new friends and

share ideas and tips on creative

projects. It’s free to take part and

everyone is welcome to

go along and share their crafty

side.

109 Aldershot St. Free entry

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Free entry, Papanui RSA, 55

Bellvue Ave

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 1pm

Challenge your word knowledge

with other like-minded folk.

Join in with this friendly

group suitable for beginners or

experienced players. Cost is $3

which includes afternoon tea.

Ascot Community Centre,

Ascot Ave, North New Brighton

Imagination Station

Monday-Friday, 9.30am-

5.30pm

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, New Brighton

Art Exhibition

Weekdays, 11am-4pm, and

Saturday, noon-4pm

Check out this quirky art

exhibition from Christchurch

poet and artist Nicholas Williamson.

It is called The Dead Sea

Canvasses and Other Paintings.

He sold 30 of 39 works at his

last show in 2016 and has had a

picture book made of them.

Eastside Gallery, 388 Worcester

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Carnaby Lane, New Brighton

Classic Movie

Monday, 1pm

Every Monday the museum

plays a classic film and this

week will be Pocketful of

Miracles, a 1961 comedydrama

starring Bette Davis

and Glen Ford. Before the

movie enjoy a cup of tea or

coffee and a biscuit. A good

way to start the week and

meet new people.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St. $2 donation.

Public Plantings Talk

Monday, 1.30-2.30pm

The Avon branch of U3A

presents Russell Wedge from

the city council who will talk

about planning public plantings.

This is part of a series of

talks on public gardens. New

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Modern Home - Must be Sold!

58a Matai Street, Fendalton

5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 3 Car Garage | Off Street Parking | Property ID: PLS2279 | AUCTION: Wednesday 9 th August @ 3:00 pm Russley Golf Club (unless sold prior).

This stylish modern 392m² home situated

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family.

With the owners now pursuing commercial

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consequently, offers will be considered prior

to Auction.

Carefully designed to maximise light and

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a home which provides comfortable living

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family, when needed - and the extra benefit

of two master bedrooms both with ensuites

and walk in robes.

Contemporary styling and quality finishings

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Set on a conveniently managed 893m²

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The team at Physical Sense in

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Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year old

client with severe arthritis who walked with

a stick, told her, “I will end up in a wheelchair,

I cannot put any weight through my right

leg due to pain in my hip and buttock”.

“Within 4 treatments, she was walking with

her stick but without the severe pain,” says

Ietje. “The arthritis was one of the factors

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Lindisfarne nursery school

Lindisfarne opened in 1987 with the aim of

providing parents and families with a nursery

school which respects their individual needs

and aspirations. We provide full time, part

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your child, so that you can organise a schedule

which suits your requirements.

The teachers provide learning experiences

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Our aim is to have happy, settled, confident

children, who enjoy an environment which

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people.

We are proud of our multi-national

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Regular parent and whanau activities are

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