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Learning respect

Laura Bowers, 10, spars with Constable Pete Evans

at Haeata Community Campus. The ‘Boxing 4 Life’

programme teaches children to respect the police

and encourages them to make the most out of life.

•Story, p5

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Businesses

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to mass

trespass

shoplifters

• By Sophie Cornish

FED UP business owners are hoping to

take matters into their own hands by mass

trespassing shoplifters and troublemakers

from New Brighton Mall stores.

The plan works on the same principle as

a trespass notice from a shopping mall, except

those caught stealing will be banned

from every business that

signs up to it.

New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association

manager Paul Lonsdale

is behind the idea.

“It sends a clean message

that we’re not going

to tolerate this sort of

behaviour out in New Paul Lonsdale

Brighton,” he said.

“If one member wants to trespass

someone from their business, then they

are trespassed from all the businesses,” Mr

Lonsdale said.

He set up a similar scheme in the central

city in 2007 when he was involved with

the Central City Business Association.

Mr Lonsdale claims the programme was

very successful.

“Some 20 issues a week was reduced

down to one issue a week,” he said.

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Tuesday August 29 2017

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FROM

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PAUL LONSDALE had a lot of

experience in trying to keep the

hordes of shoplifters and other

troublemakers at bay in the central

city a number of years ago.

Now he’s behind a plan to do the

same in New Brighton (see page 1).

Lonsdale is in the process of

getting as many retailers on the

same page so when they catch a

shoplifter or someone causing

trouble in their store they can

blanket trespass them from all

businesses in New Brighton.

The retail outlet has to be part

of the business and landowners

association, so not a bad

recruitment move there as well.

Great things happening between

the police and children at Haeata

Community Campus as our page

1 photo says. While it looks like

boxing training, it isn’t. It’s a novel

way of teaching young people that

the police are, in fact, their friends.

– Barry Clarke

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Young rockers take band title

• By Sophie Cornish

CHISNALLWOOD Intermediate

has some of the most talented young

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Student band Class Disruption

took out first place in the annual

BandQuest competition last week.

Music teacher Judith Bell was

happy with the result and commended

the winning band for their

efforts.

“They really gel well together,” she

said.

The band is aware of what they

want, picking their own songs for

the performance while their music

teacher guides them through practice.

The win comes after gaining

third place in the regional finals of

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Dylan Jonkers, who has written over

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to release an album.

Hiromu Crosado from the band

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Carey won the killer guitarist award.

ROCKING OUT: Jacob Carey on

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Inset: The full band complete

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Businesses plan

mass trespass

of shoplifters,

troublemakers

•From page 1

Twelve New Brighton businesses

have so far shown interest, including

Paper Plus, Bin Inn, Just Incredible,

123 Mart and New Brighton Lotto.

Blair Hughes, of Paper Plus, said at

this stage they were making business

owners

aware of the people who fitted into

the shoplifting and anti-social categories.

Sergeant Jim Currie, of New

Brighton Police, is optimistic about

the programme.

“I think if the businesses all stick

together, it will be really effective to

keep things in place,” he said.

To be a part of the programme,

business owners are first required

to join the business and landowners

association.

Offenders can only be formally

trespassed if a notice is handed to

them in person. This will require

business owners to catch and identify

wrong-doers before being able to

trespass them.

Names of those tres passed are sent

to the police, who then have power to

arrest them if they enter any premises

signed onto the programme.

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Tuesday August 29 2017 5

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Throwing punches a way to respect police

• By Sophie Cornish

BOXING IS how some Haeata

Community Campus pupils are

learning to respect police.

A-Town boxing gym owner Jamie

Roberts is trying to show school

kids how relatable the police really

are through his ‘Boxing 4 Life’ programme.

“It’s good for the kids to see the

police are cool people too,” he said.

The programme, which runs three

90min lessons per week teaches

pupils how to box as well as providing

positive encouragement.

Mr Roberts claims the programme

is working better for younger pupils

who enjoy stepping up to a challenge,

• By Gordon Findlater

HUNDREDS OF aspiring

basketball players flocked to Cowles

Stadium and the Celebration

Stadium to see NBA star Steven

Adams.

The Oklahoma City Thunder centre

was joined by teammate Andre

Roberson and the team’s coach Billy

Donovan.

Other than getting the chance to

interact with the NBA star, one of

the highlights of the day was being

introduced to MVP Russell Westbrook

who talked via facetime (video

cellphone call) with Roberson.

Tickets for the first ever Steven

Adams Camp held in Christchurch

sold out in under an hour. The camp

was the first of three run around the

country by Sports Pathways.

The objective of the camps is to

provide an opportunity for youth

players to train with him and expert

coaches.

While in Christchurch, Adams

also visited the Nga Hau E Wha

National Marae.

Before heading back to the

United States for the upcoming

NBA season, Adams will host an

invitational golf tournament in

Auckland.

•Your local sport, p8

more than their teenage peers.

“We encourage them to be a champion

in all areas of their life, at home

and at school and be the best that

they can.”

School staff have noted that the

lessons are improving the pupils’

fitness levels as well as helping with

their overall concentration and focus

at school.

Mr Roberts hopes to expand the

programme to two or three more

schools.

JAB: Dylan Bowers, 8, throws

some punches at Constable Pete

Evans. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

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News

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Hot tips to stop

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• By Mark Thomas – specialist fire

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I SEEM to spend some time

every week complaining about

the number of kitchen fires we’re

going to.

Not that we are moaning

about having to go to them, but

we know the inconvenience

to anyone who has such a fire.

People who suffer them regularly

end up being treated for smoke

inhalation after trying to control

what happened.

Last week was quite a busy one

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and a couple of the call-outs triggered

messages we all should be

aware of.

The first was at Breezes Rd,

Aranui, on Thursday and was a

perfect example of the danger of

leaving something combustible

on a stove top.

In this case, a plastic coffee

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If you persist in storing these

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almost inevitable that eventually

the obvious will happen.

They’re not storage areas.

If you’re tempted to use them

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The second fire was at Ferry Rd

on Friday where a pot of burning

oil was carried through the house

in an effort to get it outside.

Inevitably it was dropped as the

flames increased. A fire on the

stove top should be handled right

there. If it can’t, get out and shut

the door. Don’t spread the fire.

Book shows pupils the hidden

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FOLLOWING A successful part

one, which sold out in a week,

Christchurch – Our Underground

Story is back with part two.

The lift-the-flap picture book

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hidden city, showing the work that

the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure

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roads, bridges, pipes and retaining

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first school copy of the book being

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This was followed by a reading

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Tuesday August 29 2017 7

News

Imagination

Station

to stay until

Christmas

GREEN THUMB: Mitch

McMillan and Cyrus McLean

planted a shrub. PHOTOS:

GILBERT WEALLEANS

HELPING HAND: Rachel and

Ezra keep the school green.

Shirley schools get

stuck into gardening

• By Julia Evans

GETTING THEIR hands dirty

was not a concern for students

during a planting day at Shirley

Primary School.

Pupils from the school were

joined by their older counterparts

from Shirley Boys’ High who got

stuck into making and planting

planter boxes.

The day was organised by

Corbin Newlands, who is

on the Shirley Boys’ High

environmental council.

DIGGING: Ben Nicholls, Mitchell Lilly and Cole Yeoman

got to work at Shirley Primary.

Corbin said the day was about

keeping the community spirit

that came after the earthquake

alive.

“We had such a good day.

Students from the environmental

council went down and some

of the kids helped out with the

planting,” he said.

The supplies for the planter

boxes were provided by

Shirley Bunnings Warehouse

and ASB served up a sausage

sizzle.

GROW: Cyrus McClean

planted a native tree.

• By Sophie Cornish

THE IMAGINATION Station in

New Brighton will now keep its

doors open until Christmas.

Originally the pop-up building

was only meant to be open

for 10 weeks.

The Imagination Station is a

space where children can use

Lego and Duplo to engage in

creative play and learning.

A ‘pay to enter’ model will

start from Friday with a $2

minimum entry fee per person.

The Imagination Station is

open from 9.30am-5.30pm on

Monday, Friday, Saturday and

Sunday. During the October

school holidays, it will be open

every day.

Development Christchurch

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Imagination Station attracted

700 people in its first two weeks.

Out of those who have visited,

70 per cent said they came to

New Brighton specifically for the

pop up and 78 per cent said they

would continue to shop in New

Brighton after they visited.


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Tuesday August 29 2017

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SBHS focus on nationals after trophy loss

SPORTS

TEAM TALK: SBHS coach Scott Howell tries to rally his troops during the semi-final loss to

Cashmere High last Tuesday.

PHOTO: JAMES LISSAMAN

Queenspark

takes out

senior

netball title

• By Sophie Cornish

SHIRLEY BOYS’ High can

now focus on qualifying for

the national secondary schools

basketball tournament.

The team bowed out of the

McDonald’s Thompson Trophy

last week, but will play in the

South Island championships in

Dunedin next week, where they

hope to qualify for the national

tournament in Palmerston North

on October 2-7.

SBHS lost to hot favourite Cashmere

High 77-52 in the semi-final

of the McDonald’s Thompson

Trophy.

Cashmere will meet Christ’s

College, who beat Rangiora High,

in the final tonight.

After being tied 30-all at half

time, SBHS coach Scott Howell

said Cashmere controlled the

second half.

“Unfortunately, in the third

quarter, some small mistakes cost

us. We missed a lot of easy shots

and also missed more than 10

free-throws, which hurt us. On top

of that, Cashmere lifted their game

and started hitting their shots. By

the end of the third quarter, we

were down 15.”

The team are continuing with

their training routine in the lead

up to the South Island championships

and are looking into organising

some practice games with

other local sides.

Howell believes SBHS have a

tough pool. They will face Cashmere

again and Otago Boys’ High,

who he said are rumoured to be

strong.

SBHS will need to finish in the

top two in their pool to qualify for

the quarter-finals and finish in the

top six to advance to the national

tournament.

SBHS will join 11 other

Christchurch teams in Dunedin

at the South Island championships.​

They include Cashmere, St

Thomas, Kaiapoi, Christchurch

Boys, Rangiora, St Bede’s, Burnside,

Middleton Grange, Papanui,

Christ’s and St Andrew’s.

• By Andrew King

QUEESNPARK SCHOOL won

the senior netball title at the

Primary Sports Canterbury winter

tournament on Thursday.

More than 1700 pupils in 171

teams from 87 schools around

Canterbury came together to play

netball, hockey, football and rugby

at South Hagley and English parks.

All schools had to qualify

through their school zone to be eligible

for one of the biggest primary

school sports events of the year, Primary

and Canterbury AIMS sports

director Lyn Miles said.

CHAMPIONS: Queenspark School’s senior netball team beat Ellesmere College in the final on Thursday.

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Reading to Dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30

Encourage your children’s

reading skills in a relaxed and

fun environment. The programme’s

furry friends have

all been trained and tested for

health, safety and temperament.

Library staff and a dog handler

will be present at all times to

help facilitate the sessions. Sessions

are 15min.

New Brighton Library, Marine

Pde

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 ideas.

109 Aldershot St. Free entry

Art Exhibition

Opening August 28,

5.30-7pm. Mon-Fri 11am-4pm.

Sat 11am-3pm. Until September

9.

The latest exhibition from

Eastside Gallery is The Tears of

Our Ancestors –Nga - Roimata

o Tatou Tipuna. A joint exhibition

featuring the work of three

artists, Raphael Stowers, Adrian

Boardman and Michelle Boardman.

388 Worcester St.

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

An hour of fun playing

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Email sophie.cornish@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Friday

CLIMATE CHANGE: This forum is part of a series of

discussions on climate change. Go along for an opportunity

to talk with scientists and specialists about potential

solutions that are local and achievable. Take your ideas and

questions and a $2 donation. Sunday, 3pm, The Good Shop,

Carnaby Lane, New Brighton mall.

favourite games like minecraft,

charades, connect four and

pictionary. Learn and develop

strategies for new games such as

dutch blitz, heads up, hand and

foot, and other group games.

Join in the X-box and PS4 tournaments.

Take your friends or

meet some new ones; all

children aged eight to 12 welcome.

No booking or payment

required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 12.45pm

Challenge your word knowledge

with other like-minded

folk. Join this friendly group

which is suitable for beginners or

experienced players. Cost is $3

which includes afternoon tea.

Ascot Community Centre, Ascot

Avenue, North New Brighton

Learner Licence Course

Friday, 9.30-11.30am

Get the knowledge and

confidence you need to succeed

when sitting your learner licence

test. This course is delivered by

Literacy Christchurch which

provides you with laptops to

use during the class time to

sit practice tests and research

questions. The course does not

include the actual test, or the fee

to sit the actual test.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

​Imagination Station

Friday-Monday, 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.

Carnaby Lane, New 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

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the children.

New Brighton mall

DIY Workshops

Saturday and Sunday, 11am-

1pm

Roll up your sleeves and learn

to have fun with DIY this month

as part of Bunnings Warehouse

Shirley’s adult DIY workshops.

These free, hands-on workshops

will give you the confidence to

tackle your own home and outdoor

projects.

197 Marshland Rd

Golden Oldies Movies

Every Monday 1pm

The New Brighton Museum

plays a film classic. This week

it’s Rhubarb, a short comedy

by Harry Secomb from 1969.

Law and Disorder, another

comedy, will also screen. Before

the movies, enjoy a cup of tea

or coffee and a biscuit. This is

a good way to start the week

and meet new people. Entry $2

donation.

8 Hardy St

Love Tennis Open Afternoon

Saturday, 1-4pm

The South New Brighton Tennis

Club and Tennis Canterbury

will host the Love Tennis regional

open day. Fun, free event

for all those willing to come

down and see what tennis is

about. Activities will include tennis,

games, prizes, giveaways and

a barbecue. Bring yourself, your

friends and your family. Free.

South New Brighton Tennis

Club, Halsey St

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Denture specialists

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Ryan Carlton and his team of expert technicians at

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design and manufacture of flexible partial dentures.

“We also use industry-leading injection

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Ryan says, “and we provide dentures not

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For anyone experiencing problems with

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“People needing first-time dentures or

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While Christmas is still a few months

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REAL ESTATE

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What’s On

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Jo Fuller 03 364 7425

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

Different outlook

and fresh approach

THE Cashmere Club has appointed a

new Club Manager, Donna Hughes.

“After a very thorough recruitment

process I am pleased to advise that the

Board of the Cashmere Club has

approved the appointment of Donna

Hughes as our new General Manager,”

said Pete Winchester, Board Chairman.

“Donna comes to the Club with an

extensive background in hospitality,

with experience in senior management

positions in Customer Services and

most recently at the executive level in

Marketing and Loyalty management.

As far as I am aware this is the first

time we have ever had a woman take up

the role of General Manager of our

club. It will no doubt provide a different

outlook and fresh approach to what we

want to achieve in the future.”

\

Donna said she has been warmly

welcomed by members and staff at

the Cashmere Club and that it is

great to see the diversity of the

services the club already offers its

members, their families and the

community.

The Cashmere Club | 50 Colombo Street | Phone 03 332 0092

www.cashmereclub.co.nz

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(4 Choices)

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17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


20 Tuesday August 29 2017

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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