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MUSICAL: Fuzhun won the regional final last year and will now compete in the national final in Auckland in September.

Shirley Boys’ band Fuzhun

on quest for rock stardom

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High School band

Fuzhun will battle it out against the

country’s best in the national final

of the Smokefreerockquest.

Fuzhun members Gideon Valavala,

Tasipale Valavala, Michael

Mose, Loutoa Osai, Temuera Hay,

Josh Mosa’ati and Keenan Jarvis

will be joined in the final by Christ’s

College band Run77.

The final will take place in Auckland

on September 2.

Fuzhun won last year’s regional

final. Run77, made up of Angus

Mossman, Robert Rolleston, Henry

Phelps, and brothers Angus and

George Murray, won the Canterbury

final.

Bands from across the country

competed in regional competitions

from May to early July.

The regional finalists then made

12min videos performing their

original music.

Those videos were judged by a

panel made up of New Zealand

musicians.

•Turn to page 4

TALENTED: Christ’s College band Run77 has also

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Coastal-Burwood Community

Board and city council staff were

to meet to discuss costings for

installing a UV plant in the Bromley

sewage treatment plant. It could cost

$3000 daily in power charges.

For years, Bromley residents

have been surrounded by armies of

midges during the summer months,

in what has been described by board

chairwoman Kim Money as being

like a “biblical plague.”

Bromley resident Janet Profit is

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She said she did not know the

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Tuesday August 8 2017

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GOOD TO see the authorities

have moved speedily and sorted

out the danger to Shirley Primary

School kids (page 3).

The school had complained to

the city council and local community

board because many vehicles

were not stopping for the red light

on the pedestrian crossing by the

school.

This a real Christchurch-thing

in my view; for some reason many

people behind the wheel here are

either colour blind or simply don’t

know that red means stop.

It’s the same for zebra crossings

– generally you take your life into

your own hands if you step out.

Anyway, the phasing on the

Shirley Rd lights has been changed

and this seems to have worked the

oracle for the school.

Now all Bromley residents want,

is help to sort out the midges (see

page 1).

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Pupil safety problems addressed

• By Julia Evans

SHIRLEY PRIMARY has

applauded moves to make

crossing the road outside the

school safer for pupils.

Motorists running red lights

on a signalised pedestrian crossing

Shirley Rd have posed a

major threat to pupils.

The school

complained to

both the city

council and

Papanui-Innes

Community

Board, which

Sandra

Jamieson

has resulted in

action.

The city council

has changed

the phasing of the lights. The red

light has been phased for three

seconds longer before the green

crossing signal appears, which

gives drivers longer to come to

a stop before children cross the

road.

Said acting principal Sandra

Jamieson: “It’s great to see how

that gap makes such a big difference.”

There were also adjustments

made to parking outside the

school but that was too new to

see results yet, she said.

Problems were addressed after

CROSSING: Red light runners at this signalised crossing on Shirley Rd were causing concern

for pupil safety.

school staff and parents brought

the issue to the attention of the

city council and police.

A meeting was held in June

with members from the Papanui-Innes

Community Board,

city council staff, police, as well

as members of Shirley Primary’s

staff and parents.

Mrs Jamieson said there was

a review meeting scheduled in

the next few weeks for the people

who got together the first time to

talk about the changes.

Community board chairwoman

Ali Jones said there had

also been great feedback from

parents and the school.

Costly solution

to midge problem

•From page 1

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East said at the time the

option of installing a UV plant in

the sewage treatment plant would

“obviate the problem altogether.”

In spite of the cold weather, the

midges have already started making

an appearance in Bromley,

Mrs Profit said.

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News

Rest home chef spices up competition

CHEF ANDREW Jelley may be

new to aged care cuisine but a

week ago he competed with the

country’s best in Auckland.

The Palm Grove Rest Home

in Shirley chef competed in

the Senior Lifestyle Cuisine,

a culinary competition which

highlights the trend towards

innovative cuisine at aged care

facilities.

Set within the NZ Chefs

National Salon 2017, the Senior

Lifestyle Cuisine cooking competition

showcased the culinary

skills of 10 chefs from around

New Zealand and dispels the image

of rest home food as bland or

unappealing.

Mr Jelley arrived at Palm

Grove late last year after stints at

Savoire Café in Merivale, Bully

Hayes in Akaroa and Bloody

Mary’s at Rydges Hotel.

While working in aged care

may not seem like a traditional

career path for a chef, it suits

him.

“Working late nights takes its

toll after a while. I wanted more

normal hours and I’ve enjoyed

getting to know the residents,”

he said.

During the live kitchen cookoff,

Mr Jelley had just 75min to

prepare and serve four covers

of a main dish intended for the

aged care market.

Two portions of the dishes

had to be served in an easy to eat

format.

A team of top industry judges

CHEF’S BEST: Shirley’s Palm

Grove Rest Home chef

Andrew Jelley competed in

the Senior Lifestyle Cuisine

culinary competition in

Auckland.

assessed the competitors and

their dishes against a range of

criteria including presentation of

food, taste and texture, control

of cooking process, professional

practice and preparation.

Among this year’s panel of

judges were some of the country’s

top hospitality industry

talents including Wharekauhau

Lodge executive chef Marc Soper

and Copthorne Oriental Bay

executive chef Chetan Pangam.

Mr Jelley found the competition

“pretty intense” but said

he’d be up for it again next year.

“I learned a lot this time

around and I’d been keen to give

it another go next year,” he said.

Shirley, Christ’s bands on

quest for rock stardom

TALENTED: Christ’s College

band Run77 will joinnShirley

Boys’ High band Fuzhun

at the national final of the

Smokefreerockquest.

•From page 1

Judge and Silver Scroll awardwinner,

Thomas Oliver, said the

music was unique this year.

“It’s so good to see some really

strong writers ready to make

their way into the New Zealand

music industry.”

The final, where 12 acts will

compete for the title, will be held

at Auckland Girls’ Grammar

School.

Jono Stewart and Nat Hutton

from Christ’s and St Margaret’s

colleges did not make the

national final, but were highly

commended.

Some of the successful musicians

and bands to have previously

taken part in Smokefreerockquest

includes the Broods,

Marlon Williams, Brooke Fraser,

Bic Runga and Anika Moa.

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Tuesday August 8 2017 5

News

Long-serving probation officer retires

LINDA WINSKILL, a teacher

and then stay-at-home mother

with two small children had all

the makings of a Department

of Corrections staff member

without knowing it.

Thirty-two years on, Ms

Winskill retired last week from

her role as service manager in

Canterbury Corrections.

“A person working with offenders

needs to be able to connect

with people from all walks

of life,” says district manager

Lisa Joseph.

‘‘Being a mother, a teacher and

having a social conscience are

good places to start.”

“I wanted to work as a social

worker and had applied for a job

with the old Department of Social

Welfare,” Ms Winskill said.

“However, they required an assurance

that you were prepared

to go anywhere in the country to

work which I couldn’t do with a

young family.”

A friend was a manager at the

Department of Justice, as Corrections

was then, and suggested

she apply for a job as a probation

officer. She got the job and immediately

really loved it.

“There was no formal training

for the role of probation officer,

you learned on the job,” she said.

Ms Winskill’s first job was to

write reports before being given

a ‘nominal caseload’, working

with low risk offenders. This enabled

her to learn the sentencing

and offender management skills

that would become her craft.

“Working with people on

sentence is very challenging

and very rewarding,” she says.

“While a large proportion of the

people we work with we see only

once, there are those we get to

know far too well.

“Working with someone

to make change, through the

bumps they encounter along the

way, is incredibly rewarding. You

are changing what is sometimes

a lifelong behaviour and belief

system.”

Over the years, Ms Winskill

has worked with hundreds, even

REWARDING: Linda Winskill has retired after 32 years of public service.

thousands of people on sentence,

supporting them, holding them

to account for their offending

and working to help them make

changes in their lives.

“Linda has made a significant,

positive difference in the lives of

many people, offenders and colleagues,”

Mrs Joseph said.

“Being a probation officer can

be a tough job. Probation officers

find themselves being mentor,

support, parent, all rolled into

one. They need to be able to

effectively engage the offenders

they work with and to also hold

them to account. They need to

identify and act appropriately

to changes in behaviour, when

things are going well and when

they are going badly.”

Ms Winskill carried on her

Corrections career as a probation

officer until her appointment as

service manager in 1999 when

she took over the management of

a team of 13 probation staff.

There have been many significant

changes over the 30 years,

particularly in the number of

offenders in the community and

also the oversight required of

community offenders.

“While drug use has always

been a concern, the increased

use of methamphetamine has

been a growing challenge for

offenders, Corrections and the

community as a whole,” Ms

Winskill said.

“People start using drugs from

all sections of the community

and for a myriad of reasons,” she

says, “but many end up in the

same place; fighting an addiction

and with criminal charges.

“Seeing a person make a significant

change in their thinking

and behaviour; finishing a rehabilitation

programme, finding a

job, these are highly satisfying

parts of a probation staff members

job.”

New sentences and orders

introduced over the past 10 years

and new technology for managing

offenders in the community

have changed the role and community

expectations of the work

of Corrections and what can

be done to safeguard the community.

In 2003, Ms Winskill was seconded

to Wellington and worked

in Corrections’ National Office

for three months on developing

KPIs for probation staff. She was

also selected to be trained in a

cognitive skills course by two

Canadian criminologists, the

precursor to Straight Thinking

and MIRP.

“Attending the centennial

celebration for the probation

service in Wellington, representing

probation at a Corrections

conference in Brisbane, a

secondment to national office,

completing a diploma of social

work and my service manager

role were real career highlights

for me,” Ms Winskill said.

“It can be a hard job. It’s

particularly hard when we get

negative media. The Corrections

team do incredible work,

mentoring and supporting some

of our most difficult citizens and

it is great to see more about the

positive work Community Corrections

does.”

“Corrections is a really good

employer and there are lots of

opportunities to move to different

roles.

“The people who work for the

department are mostly great fun

to work with. The work is never

boring and time flies by. Look at

me, 32 years on.

“Most important to me are

the enduring friendships I have

made in my time here and the

wonderful Corrections’ staff,”

Ms Winskill said.

For her, and husband Alan,

who is also retiring from the

department after 17 years, retirement

includes “more time with

grandchildren, more time to

travel, garden, stained glass work

and sleeping in.”

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NEW BRIGHTON division

one players feature heavily in

Canterbury representative sides

after the team claimed the plate

final recently.

Fourteen of the squad have been

selected for various representative

teams in Canterbury.

Billy Harmon, Nathan Vella,

Oli Jager and Feliti Kaitu’u have

been included in the Canterbury

Mitre 10 Cup squad for the 2017

campaign.

Reuben Spicer and Walter Huata

made the Canterbury Metro side,

while Lou Harmon and Henare

Faithful have been selected for the

Canterbury Maori side.

Second-five Kaleb Hunt-Wheeler

and up and coming utility back

Scott Allin, who is in his first year

with the division one side after being

brought up from the colts, have

been included in the Canterbury

under-20 side.

Josh Archer has made the under-19

Canterbury side; Boris van

Bruchem and Nathaniel Bolton

have been included in the under-18

Canterbury Metro team; and

Marshall Hannah has made the

under-18 Canterbury Cavaliers

squad.

New Brighton club development

officer Roddy Butt said it was a

testament to a good, hard season

played by the boys.

Young stars from both sides

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GREAT TALENT: Sydney-based league players Cruz Topai-Aveai (left) and Joseph Taipari

have been given the chance to make the New Zealand 18s side to play the Australian

Schoolboys.

• By Andrew King

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Jordan Riki (Hornby Panthers),

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18s wider training squad to meet

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former Halswell Hornets scrumhalf

Joseph Taipari. Topai-Aveai

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and Taipari (Parramatta Eels)

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September 23 in Auckland.

A New Zealand 18s team will

then be selected from the match

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Riki, Tauamiti, Sakisi, Topai-

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of the Tasman in key trial

Riki and Tauamiti turn out

for St Thomas, and Sakisi plays

for Shirley Boys’ High in the UC

Championship.

Topai-Aveai played No 8 for

Shirley Boys’ High and Taipari

had a handful of games for the

Christchurch Boys’ High second

XV before crossing the Tasman.

New Zealand 18s head coach

Ezra Howe said the matches will

further strengthen the pathways

for players.

“This is a great opportunity

for the boys to put their best foot

forward playing against Australia

while enjoying being in an

elite environment,” he said.

“I know this fixture will see a

good standard of football being

played from both teams with

many talented boys to take the

field.”

•New Zealand Resident 18s

wider squad:

Akarana: Chanel Harris-Tevita,

Elijah Sufia, Emanuel Gerard

Tuimavave, Javvier Pitovao,

Lewis Afeaki, Lewis Sio, Matt

Timoko, Reagan Mclennan,

Soane Hufanga, Starford Toa,

Tyler Slade and Vito Tevaga;

Auckland Development:

Tutuki Kamana-Pou; Counties:

Asu Kepaoa, Dredin Sorenson-

McGee, Israel Ogden and

Keanu Laumati-Paki; Mid

Central: Awatere Kiwara and

HARD RUNNERS: Jordan Riki, Seth Tauamiti and Daniel Sakisi will have an opportunity to take

on the best rugby league talent in Australia.

PHOTOS: BRENDAN BIGGS

Wesley Veikoso; Northland:

Paul Turner; Southern: Daniel

Sakisi, Jordan Riki and Seth

Tauamiti; Upper Central:

Hayze Perham and Sheldon

Rogers.

•Head coach: Moehewa

Armstrong; assistant coach:

Alan Ettles; manager: Ben

Vaipaata; trainer: Marrin

Haggie and physio: Ulima Tofi.

•Taurahere wider squad:

Brisbane Broncos: Dre Ngatui-

Woe; Canberra Raiders:

Sebastian Kris; Canterbury-

Bankstown Bulldogs:

Lauchlan Talau and Tommy

Talau; Cronulla Sharks: Cruise

Topai-Aveai; Gold Coast

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SHIRLEY BOYS’ High will

take on Papanui High in the

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competition at 7.30pm

tomorrow.

Fresh from a 3-2 victory over

Christchurch Boys’ High last

week, seventh placed SBHS will

want to finish the season on a

high with another win.

The half-time score was

locked at 1-1 before SBHS struck

and then CBHS conceded an

own goal to give the boys from

North Pde the victory.

It has been an up and down

season for SBHS with five wins,

one draw and five losses heading

into tomorrow’s final round.

The game will be played at the

Christchurch Football Centre.

Points:

St Thomas, 27, 1; St

Andrew’s, 24, 2; Burnside,

23, 3; Cashmere, 23, 4; St

Bede’s, 22, 5; Lincoln, 21, 6;

Shirley, 16, 7; CBHS, 13, 8;

Riccarton, 11, 9; Papanui, 10,

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who have performed substantial service

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important contributions to the city and the

lives of its people. Any significant service

that is seen as worthy of recognition may be

presented for civic commendation.

Nominations are invited for the 2017

Christchurch Civic Awards.

If you wish to nominate someone, please

visit the Christchurch City Council website

ccc.govt.nz ( KEYWORD: Civic Awards) to

download a nomination form. Forms can also

be collected from Council service centres and

libraries.

Completed nominations should be forwarded

in a sealed envelope to:

Civic Awards

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Relations Team

Christchurch City Council

Civic Offices

PO Box 73016

Christchurch 8154

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18 August 2017.

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majority of us simply don’t drink enough even

though we know it makes us feel great when we

do. We look at the benefits and motivate you to

drink more with a few tips on how to make it just

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With over a quarter of Kiwis consuming

less than two glasses of water a day

and only 5% drinking more than the

recommended eight, the message

obviously hasn’t hit home on the

importance of hydrating our body.

A recent survey conducted by

SodaStream found that Cantabrians are

particularly guilty when it comes to their

water intake.

With 82% drinking less than six

glasses of water a day, but with over 85%

admitting they feel healthier when they

drink more water, something needs to

be done to bridge the gap in terms of

what we know to be true and what we’re

actually doing about it.

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consume due to our concerns over sugar

content, the same number of people said

tea or coffee is their number one drink of

choice.

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1 Egg

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1 Vanilla bean

2 Bay leaves

¾ cup Caster sugar

½ cup White wine

½ cup Water

1 Tbsp to serve Cream

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500g Orange kumara, peeled

500g Parsnips, peeled

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1 Tbsp Fresh thyme

1 cup Chicken stock, or vegetable

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4 Venison, steaks

6 stems Silverbeet, roughly

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1 Tbsp to serve Fruit chutney

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Heat the oven to 190 deg

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PEGASUS POST

DEADLINE SALE

FOR SALE

Belfast 8 Kilkenny Place

OMG Who Kilkenny?

3 21 2

Harcourts ID: BF28496

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac in belfast this bright and warm home is in need of new owners now!

Subtle yet spacious this 80m² home is a great starter for the new family or those looking for a

steady investment. Only a short walk to the local shops, public transport, Sheldon park, Belfast

school and Northwood Supa Centre down the road - this is a great location.

Sam Harris

M 027 256 4444 P 03 323 6045

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

DEADLINE SALE

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Friday 25 th August at 4.00pm

View: Saturday & Sunda 2.00-2.45pm

Belfast 16 Factory Road

Family Home - Great Location!

Linda Thompson

M 027 481 1155 P 03 313 6158

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Rangiora Licensed Agent REAA 2008

FOR SALE

3 1 3

Harcourts ID: RG8070

Iconic, sturdy and strategically sited to be convenient to the city, surf, river and countryside.

Beautifully warm with huge wetback logburner. Nicely refurbished bathroom and kitchen. This

home is well loved - and it shows. Tidy and well maintained throughout. A great starter home with

wonderful outdoor areas, patios and decks to live the good life.

Price: $420,000

View: Sunday 2.30-3.00pm

Harewood 357 Gardiners Road

Fresh Family Space

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

3 1 2

Harcourts ID: PLS2288

If searching for your first home, your next step or looking to downsize - then this fantastically

refurbished home in a convenient family-friendly location is a MUST-SEE! Completely refreshed

with new carpet, drapes and paint throughout - and buyers will also love the new kitchen and

bathroom. Set on a sizeable and beautifully established 809m² section.

FOR SALE

Deadline Sale: All offers invited on or before

Thursday 17 th August at 4.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times

Fendalton 58a Matai Street

Modern Home - Must be Sold!

Harcourts ID: PLS2279

This stylish modern home situated in a prime urban location, provides space, convenience and

comfort for the active family. With the owners now pursuing commercial endeavours, this property

MUST be sold and consequently, offers will be considered. Designed to maximise light and space

with soft décor throughout. Beautiful 893m² section with great outdoor entertainment areas.

Mitchell Roberts & Mana Tai

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

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

DEADLINE SALE

5 3 3

Price: Offers Invited!

View: Phone for viewing times

Heathcote Maltworks, 66 Port Hills Road

Maltworks - Over 55's Lifestyle Villas

Harcourts ID: BF28393

A unique opportunity to create a special community, which captures and preserves the natural

micro-climate environment of the Heathcote Valley and surrounding Port Hills. All villas are a

freehold unit title this allows you to benefit from the growth in capital value. Be part of a community

with common interests where you can form new friendships, and regularly arrange activities.

Sue & Gemma Roberts

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

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Belfast Licensed Agent REAA 2008

Contributor to www.realestate.co.nz

2 1 1

Priced From: $469,900

View: Tues, Thur and Sat 12.00 -2.00pm

Strowan 37 Westholme Street

Get In The Zone!

Harcourts ID: KI7294

Affordable buying in a great location, this charming character home will tempt the astute buyer

blending character with a subtle twist of modern. A stunning chefs kitchen flows seamlessly to

family living, formal lounge with a log fire complete the living areas. Great in/outdoor flow to

manicured gardens and entertainment area. Four car garaging with attached studio room.

Lyn Stringer & Marie Rowley

M 027 233 6938 or 0274 879 789 P 03 313 6158

Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty / Rangiora Licensed Agent REAA 2008

2 1 4

Deadline Sale:$699,000 - All offers invited on or

before Thursday 17 th August at 5.00pm

View: Phone for viewing times

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Tuesday August 8 2017 11

Vendors Have Purchased - Must be Sold!

25 Marlene Street - Casebrook

3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 2 Living | 2 Car Garage | Off Street Parking | Property ID: BF28592|

Settlement for the new home is

NEXT week! This couple have just

thrown themselves in the deep, you

can only imagine the pressure ... two

mortgages, a toddler and a new baby

on the way!

What is on offer is a family sized

secure section with a fully renovated

and insulated three bedroom home,

permitted wood fire, heat pump

and sited to maximise the sun plus

separate standalone larger double

car garage with off street parking.

Situated in a quiet family friendly

neighbourhood complete with a small

park at the end of the cul-de-sac.

What would you pay? All genuine

offers considered. Be quick Selling on

or before the deadline.

Deadline sale - all offers invited on or

before 24 th August 2017 @ 4.00pm.

Contact Sue Roberts 027 440 1282

or 03 323 6045. Harcourts Twiss-Keir

Realty Ltd Licensed Agent REAA 2008.

Introducing ...

Kian Ormond

We have just welcomed Kian on board as part of the team at The Palms

Harcourts.

Lifestyle and residential agent Kian brings with him a wealth of

knowledge and experience after years within the industry: currently

holding four record sales within different suburbs around Christchurch

City in the last year.

Kian’s strong work ethics and intelligent approach to Real Estate

consistently sees him achieving outstanding results and repeat business

from satisfied clients.

His success has been based around good communication and negating

skills and regular relevant market feedback.

Kian Ormond

P. 03 385 0343 M. 027 777 7729

E. kian.ormond@harcourts.co.nz

For all your real estate needs talk to

Kian on 385 0343 today!

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CLASSIC: Every

Monday the New

Brighton Museum

plays a film classic and

this week it is Here

Come the Waves from

1944. The comedy

musical stars Bing

Crosby and Betty

Hutton and has a run

time of 1hr 40min.

Before the movie

enjoy a cup of tea or

coffee and a biscuit,

it’s a good way to start

the week and meet

some new people.

1pm, 8 Hardy St. $2

donation.

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

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 11am-1pm

It doesn’t matter if you’re

a beginner or a seasoned

knitter – go along to this

event to learn new skills,

get help with tricky questions

or patterns and share

your own tips and tricks.

This isn’t just for knitting,

it is also for crochet and

other portable craft projects.

While you’re at the

library why not find some

interesting books to help

with the project or give

some ideas for new ones.

Linwood Library. Free

entry

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

An hour of fun playing

favourite games like minecraft,

charades, connect

four and pictionary. Learn

and develop strategies in

new games such as dutch

blitz, heads up, hand and

foot, and group games.

Join in for X-box and PS4

tournaments. Take your

friends or meet some new

ones; all children aged

8-12 welcome. No booking

or payment required.

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor Eastgate Shopping

Centre

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 1pm

Challenge your word

knowlege with other

like-minded folk. Join in

with this friendly group

suitable for beginners or

experienced players. Cost

$3 which includes afternoon

tea.

Ascot Community Centre,

Ascot Avenue, North

New Brighton

Card Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

There is more than just

snap and go fish at this

fun, weekly event. People

of all abilities and card

knowledge are invited to

attend. Go as much or as

little as you want and pick

up some news skills to

show off. This is a

free event for anyone to

attend.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

Email sarla.donovan@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

​Imagination Station

Friday-Monday, 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.

Carnaby Lane, Brighton

Mall

Seaside Toy Library

Saturday, 9.30-11.30am

Looking for a some

new toys to entertain the

troops? The seaside toy library

have toys, games and

equipment for children

from ages 6 months to

seven years. Toy hire is $2

per fortnight.

St Luke’s Church Hall,

212 Pine Ave

Kath Bee: Dragons

Under My Bed

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Join Kath Bee live as she

celebrates the release of

her newest book, Dragons

Under My Bed.With hits

like Dragons under my

bed, Individuality, and

Dad, I wanna be a camel,

Kath will get kids moving

and grooving, wiggling

and jiggling.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd

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 for the littlies.

New Brighton Mall

GOOD LISTENERS: The idea behind

Reading to Dogs is to provide a relaxed, nonthreatening

atmosphere, enabling children

to practice their reading skills and develop

a love of reading. The dogs belong to the

city council animal management team and

have all been trained and tested for health,

safety and temperament. Library staff and a

dog handler are present to help facilitate the

sessions. Phone 941 7923 to book a spot. Free

entry. Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm, Shirley Library,

36 Marshland Rd. ​

SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2018

Breens Intermediate

Breens prides itself on being a friendly

family intermediate school with a strongly

embedded values model, focused on

learning and raising student achievement.

Our teachers are dedicated professionals

who have a sound understanding of the

specific needs of pre-adolescent young

people.

Relationships are at the core of what we

do and our teachers pride themselves on

knowing their learners and families well

and taking responsibility to ensure that

each child is working towards achieve

personal excellence.

Our specialist staff and facilities in

Foods, Textiles, Workshop, Digital

Technologies, Science and Visual Arts

ensure high quality, authentic learning.

The size of our school means our

students have maximum opportunities

to succeed in Leadership, Sport, The Arts

South New Brighton School

Nature Playground

The Junior School’s ‘Ruru’ Team (Year

1-2) are planning a new and exciting

outdoor ‘Nature Playground’ and various

community groups and business’ are

getting involved and assisting in the

planning and development. Bunnings

Riccarton have been working with them

to develop a covered area and they are

currently writing a letter to Bunnings Head

Office to apply for the entire cost of parts

and labour for this.

The ‘Men’s Shed New Brighton’ were

approached to build an outdoor mud

kitchen with a parent donating the sinks

and Bunnings the materials. They recently

delivered it to a very excited group of

children who just wanted to get their hands

on it! Donations of a wooden boat and

pavers have also been given by parents.

Strong and well embedded school values linked

to learning.

Professionals who are focused on the specific needs of

early adolescents.

A challenging and responsive curriculum.

Specialist teaching in Digitech, Design & Manufacture,

Art, Science, Foods and Textiles.

Diverse opportunities for all to excel in Academia,

Leadership, Sport, the Arts and Culture.

and Academic Pursuits. We actively look

for ways to encourage students to extend

themselves in all sorts of areas including

traditional Academic areas, Technology,

Cultural, The Arts, Sport and Leadership.

We want our place to be one where our

children can feel at ease with who they are

as individuals and achieve to their very

best ability.

You can learn more about our school

by visiting www.breens.school.nz .

It will provide an exciting outdoor

classroom, allowing more space for creative

play based learning and exploration. It

includes plans for a water collection area,

edible gardens, reading nooks, water/mud

play area, loose parts play area and a bug

inspection area.

Estuary Road • South New Brighton • Christchurch 8062

Telephone 388-9426 • Fax 388-1810

• FULL PRIMARY SCHOOL-Years 0-8

Our vision: To be a community of quality learners,

nurturing our values to: Create (Hanga), Achieve

(Eke), Relate (Whakawhanaunga) and Engage (Tomo).

To contact us for further information

ph 388 9426

Or email: admin@snbs.school.nz

Phone: 359-8108

Email: office@breens.school.nz

Website: www.breens.school.nz

Enrol now for the 2018 Academic Year.

We have no enrolment zone. Contact the school office for an enrolment

pack or to make an appointment to meet our Principal and discuss your

child’s learning needs.

Our Breens Values are: Bold, Brave, Beautiful and Belonging.


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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2018

Become a global thinker at

Selwyn House School

A Selwyn House School education

is one of the greatest gifts you can give

your daughter. We focus on putting the

foundations in place to ensure all our girls

receive a remarkable education that will

prepare them for the global society they

will live and lead in. Proudly, authorised

to deliver the International Baccalaureate

Primary Years Programme, we are

committed to providing a continuum

of international education to our girls.

The focus from Year 1 to Year 8 is on

the total growth of the developing girl,

encompassing intellectual, social, physical,

emotional and cultural needs.

Parents want the best for their daughters

and, together with you,

our teachers work to

ensure we inspire all our

girls to love and to be

committed to learning as

they develop their unique

way of being ‘remarkable.’

We inspire girls to be

strong leaders, passionate

about science and

technology, competitive

on the sports field,

confident performers and

more.

We believe in the

promise of the future and

the power of education

to equip our girls to face

our continually changing

world with confidence and enthusiasm.

Our girls stand out among their peers,

even in international competition. They

are confident, articulate and determined

young women who have the values, skills,

and knowledge needed to not only achieve

their goals but to make a difference in their

communities.

Selwyn House’s nurturing environment,

small class sizes and comprehensive

approach to learning not only enhances the

capabilities of each year group but provides

a smooth transition to secondary school.

For more information about Selwyn

House and how to enrol your daughter,

please contact 03 355 7299.

St Joseph’s School Papanui

St Joseph’s School Papanui is a Catholic

integrated primary school that provides a

quality faith based education for children

aged 5-13 years. The promotion of strong

Christian values fosters a caring learning

environment where children can excel in

all aspects of school life.

The school provides a range of academic,

sporting, cultural and artistic experiences

that enable students to discover and

nurture their unique potential. This year

the school featured in Christchurch’s J

Rock which involved over 80 students

in performances that celebrated the

St Bernadette’s is a state integrated

Catholic school that offer education for

boys and girls from year 0 – 8.

Within the caring and nurturing

atmosphere of St Bernadette’s School,

gospel values are taught and lived.

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importance of books. More recently the

school has held a Science Fair which

included over 50 exhibits from its senior

students. Throughout the year the school

has had representatives for a range of

sports including cross country, swimming,

and a range of winter sports.

St Joseph’s School is a member of the

Christchurch Catholic Community of

Learning. It is working collaboratively

with other Catholic primary and secondary

schools within the Christchurch Diocese.

This colaboration includes the sharing

of expertise and the development of a

cohesive educational pathway for students

from Years 1-13.

St Bernadette’s School

At St Bernadette’s we focus on developing

the whole child with an emphasis on

spirituality, cultural and social awareness

and concern for others.

At St Bernadette’s every child is known

and valued.

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL

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Phone: 352 8779

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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2018

Welcome to Casebrook

Intermediate School

Cathedral Grammar

The ideal preparation

Cathedral Grammar is a pre-school

and school with a rich 136 year history

delivering high quality education in the

centre of our city. It is a school with a

strong, Anglican ethos and spiritual heart

that uniquely maximises the benefits of coeducational

and separate gender education

in the one school environment. While the

world has changed beyond the imagining

of our pioneers, the forward-looking

principles of Cathedral Grammar remain

as relevant today as they have ever been:

to provide an exceptional personalised

education that empowers our pupils to lead

successful and fulfilling lives.

Our Board has set a future focussed

strategy and we are currently in the

exciting phase of developing plans to

ensure we anchor a forwardlooking

education within the

illustrious history of the oldest

established independent

primary school in New

Zealand. Our forwardthinking

attitude is clearly

displayed with our fantastic

and unique new playground

on top of the roof of our

multi-award winning Junior

School building. Pippin

Wright-Stow of F3 Design

has created an original and

exciting structure to climb in

and through, which reflects

the shape and form of our

majestic Southern Alps. This is a great

addition to the existing slide off the same

roof space.

In this knowledge era, original thought

is important to us here at Cathedral

Grammar. This requires the ability to

think beyond, to adapt, to change and to

innovate. Our strong academic traditions

are important to us, and so too is every

pupil reaching their full potential, building

their self-confidence and making friends

for life. Our challenge is to find the perfect

balance as we prepare our pupils for life.

Every pupil. Every day.

Come and see what the buzz is about and

what we will provide your child and family.

We look forward to hosting you at our

Open day, or any time that best suits you.

Year 7 & 8 students are a

unique age group that we

specialise in educating. Our

staff and school resources

are all geared for this stage

of personal development

and focus on providing as

a diverse range of learning

opportunities to create a wellrounded

individual.

Our learning environment

is supported by a strong

focus on our school values

of Respect (Whakaute),

Excellence (Panekiretanga)

and Perseverance (Hiringa). Through

these ‘REP’ values we develop within each

student a sense of self worth to realise their

importance as a member of our Casebrook

community.

Our school environment is one where

students are safe and have the confidence

to take risks with their learning. In

this way the students at Casebrook are

supported and encouraged to become selfmotived,

independent learners.

We value the partnership between home

and school. Together we can create an

environment where we foster feelings of

pride and belonging. We are sure you will

enjoy being a part of our community and

I would welcome the opportunity to meet

with you to discuss your child’s future at

Casebrook.

St Bernadette’s

School

CompaSSion exCellenCe reSponSiBility reSpeCt

A quality Catholic

education for your child

Years 1-8

Enrolling now

Visits welcome

74 Hei Hei Road,

Hornby

Ph 342 9780

admin@stb.school.nz

www.stbernadetteschch.school.nz

Waltham

Primary School

Te Kura o Tūpuni

Waltham Primary School is the heart of a great

community. Open for enrolments for the remainder

of 2017 and beyond.

If you are looking for a full primary school (Year 1-8) that is

completely focused on each and every child ‘Reaching for the

Stars’, then come along and see us in action. Every day is an

‘Open Day’ at Waltham, so call us or just pop in to see what makes

us special.

Waltham has an “excellent ERO report.”

We have a strong link with all local pre-schools and secondary

schools, and we are continually welcoming new families

into our school community.

If you need a school in our area we

look forward to meeting you soon. It

is never to early to come and have a

look or to enrol.

Come and ‘Reach for the

Stars’ with us.

Waltham Primary School

cnr Waltham Road and Hastings Street East, Christchurch

379 3137 www.walthamschool.nz

Casebrook Intermediate School

‘A School of Opportunity’

Enrolling now for 2018 (no school zone)

Call us and arrange a school visit

Veitches Road, Christchurch | Ph 03 359-7428 | www.casebrook.school.nz

Respect Excellence Perseverance

Tuesday, 22nd August 2017

Principal’s address 9:30am


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REAL ESTATE

A fabulous lifestyle

11 Kimbrace Place, Belfast

3 bedrooms | 2 bathroom | 2 car-garage | Listing # SMT10152

A fabulous lifestyle is on offer here.

This extremely appealing executive home,

situated in the very desirable subdivision

of Pentland Estate, has been remodelled to

near new. Dare to compare this gorgeous

home located so close to Northwood but

without the price tag!

The stunning entranceway adds to the

sense of grandeur and appeal with its

cathedral ceiling and skylight. It offers

a promise of year-round comfort as the

property is positioned to capture the all day

sunshine along with double glazing, two

heat pumps.

Situated on a rear landscaped 769m2

section enjoying privacy, this lovely

property will leave you breathless!

New foundations, cladding, wiring,

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years to come. This fabulous home boasts

three double bedrooms (master with walkin

robe and the others with large fitted

wardrobes) and two bathrooms, including

ensuite.

The well-appointed kitchen features

Corian benchtops, while a variety of formal

and informal living spaces ensure the ability

to host everything from intimate gatherings

to large get-togethers; a separate study and

an extra large double garage plus off-street

parking complete the appeal. The large

mature garden offers many options for

outdoor entertaining.

To top everything off this property is just

a few steps away from Shenley Reserve,

kindergarten, primary school, and public

transport to Christchurch CBD and also

a short walk to the Supa Centa shopping

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Open Home: Saturday 12 August

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Marketed by Smart Real Estate

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Help us keep the

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The Christchurch City Council

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DND SHOWBAND returns to the Hornby Club

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Christchurch based DnD Showband has been

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ten years. Despite earthquakes, tsunami warnings,

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“We’re rather proud that we get repeat

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In rehearsal mode for next Saturday’s show at

the Hornby Club, the 6 piece live band has been

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“It’s not just all about ABBA, we’ve put together

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offering every modern amenity and an array of activities, entertainment and fine cuisine.

Windstar Cruises, with fewer than 300 guests. A Windstar yacht is large enough to pamper and

indulge, yet small enough to anchor in secluded coves and dock in the heart of tiny Old World villages.

Surroundings on board are elegant, sophisticated with unregimented relaxed days and impeccable service.

Cruising in this region is truly delightful as you get to experience different ports almost daily and enjoy

diversity in the culture and food during the journey. Only unpack once, sit back and enjoy the surrounds

as you sail in and out of some of the most beautiful ports of the world and spend the day exploring the

ancient sites of Mediterranean Europe.

WINDSTAR

CRUISES

Mediterranean Island Mosaic

7 NIGHTS BARCELONA TO ROME

from

$ 3,656

*

pp

WINDSTAR

CRUISES

Treasures of the Greek Isles

7 NIGHTS ATHENS RETURN

from

$ 4,780

*

pp

SPAIN

Barcelona

Palma de Mallorca

Mahon

Mediterranean Sea

ITALY

Portoferraio

Bastia

Calvi

CORSICA

SARDINIA

Rome

(Civitavecchia)

DEPARTS 06 MAY 2018.

OCEANVIEW STATEROOM.

Nicky de Clifford

nickyd@hot.co.nz

Lisa Hutchison

lisahutchison@hot.co.nz

Meander your way via some

fabulous island destinations

in the Mediterranean from

the Spanish Island of Mallorca

through to France’s jewel Corsica.

Athens

(Piraeus)

GREECE

Nafplio

Monemvasia

Mediterranean Sea

Aegean Sea

Mykonos

Santorini

TURKEY

Kusadasi

Patmos

DEPARTS 29 SEPTEMBER 2018.

OCEANVIEW STATEROOM.

Claire Harré

clairem@hot.co.nz

Discover the magic and

mythology of the Greek Isles.

Sail across the azure waters of

the Aegean Sea visiting some

small hidden ports such as Nafplio,

through to the legendary islands of

Santorini and Mykonos.

HOLLAND

AMERICA LINE

VENICE

Split

CIVITAVECCHIA

Dubrovnik

(ROME)

Naples

Sarandë

Katákolon

Palermo

(Olympia)

Mykonos

Mgȧrr

(Victoria)

Valletta

Crete

12 Night Adriatic Dream

VENICE TO ROME

from

$ 2,969

*

pp

BASED ON INTERIOR STATEROOM.

DEPARTS 30 APRIL 2018.

Leanne Newton

lnewton@hot.co.nz

Start your Holland America

experience in the enchanting

city of Venice, cruise along the

stunning coastline of Croatia before

embarking into the Greek Islands

where you will visit the darling of the

Aegean, Mykonos. Heading back up to Italy you spend

some time in mythical Malta before cruising over to

Sicily and Naples, both jewels on the Italian Coastline.

BONUS PINNACLE GRILL DINNER FOR 2 PLUS A WELCOME BOTTLE OF SPARKLING WINE

HOLLAND

AMERICA LINE

VENICE

CIVITAVECCHIA

(ROME)

Naples

Corfu

Argostóli

Kotor

Nafplion

Piraeus (Athens)

Santoríni

Rhodes

Crete

12 Night Greek Odyssey

ROME TO VENICE

from

$ 3,299

*

pp

BASED ON INTERIOR STATEROOM.

DEPARTS 29 JUNE 2018.

Julia Dawson

juliad@hot.co.nz

Get up close and personal with

the magic of the Greek Islands.

This cruise starts in Rome with

a visit to the Amalfi Coast before

heading into Greece where you will

see some of the most stunning spots

in the Aegean before heading back up via Kotor in

Montenegro. This cruise will enchant you, one blissful

day at a time….

BONUS PINNACLE GRILL DINNER FOR 2 PLUS A WELCOME BOTTLE OF SPARKLING WINE

HOLLAND

AMERICA LINE

Copenhagen

Århus

ROTTERDAM

STOCKHOLM

ARCHIPELAGO

Stockholm

Warnemünde (Berlin)

St. Petersburg

Helsinki

Tallinn

14 Night Jewels of the Baltic 10 Night Mediterranean Dream

ROTTERDAM RETURN

from

$ 3,899

*

BASED ON INTERIOR STATEROOM.

DEPARTS 16 JUNE 2018.

Bella Hill

bellah@hot.co.nz

Get ready for Summer in

Northern Europe, when the sun

shines well into the evening,

lighting up some beautiful cities

and ports such as Copenhagen,

Tallinn and St Petersburg. Overnights

in St. Petersburg and Stockholm.

BONUS PINNACLE GRILL DINNER FOR 2 PLUS A WELCOME BOTTLE OF SPARKLING WINE

HOLLAND

AMERICA LINE

CIVITAVECCHIA

(ROME)

Naples

Dubrovnik

Kotor

Katákolon

(Olympia)

Corfu

Piraeus

(Athens)

Santoríni

ROME RETURN

from

pp

$ 3,199

BASED ON INTERIOR STATEROOM.

DEPARTS 28 SEPTEMBER 2018.

Alannah Batt

alannahb@hot.co.nz

pp

Take in some fantastic European

cruising highlights on this

departure such as Kotor in

Montengro, Dubrovnik in Croatia

and then a couple of iconic

ports in Greece with the stunning

destination of Santorini being a highlight.

BONUS PINNACLE GRILL DINNER FOR 2 PLUS A WELCOME BOTTLE OF SPARKLING WINE

*

The best holidays are created together.

199 - 201 MARSHLAND RD, CHRISTCHURCH I 03 385 0710 I SHIRLEY@HOT.CO.NZ

Terms & Conditions: *Cruise prices are per person, in NZ Dollars, share twin, based on the following stateroom categories. Interior stateroom - category L, Oceanview - category B, Deck one Fwd/Aft. Includes port

taxes and government fees and all applicable discounts (correct as at 08/08/2017). All fares and taxes are subject to change without notice up until full payment is received. Itinerary subject to change. Airfares and

gratuities are additional. Special conditions, currency fluctuations, availability restrictions apply. Additional conditions may apply.

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