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citrus trees stolen, around August

25, in a premeditated attack in

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SmileDial charity led by CEO

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with families who have children

with an ongoing medical condition

and/or disability. Several

trees in the garden are planted by

parents who have lost a child.

“They’re not just trees, a lot of

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Tuesday September 5 2017

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A GREAT piece this week on

North Beach Surf Life Saving Club

stalwart Pat Goosey.

He was the patron of the club

and a life member.

He was a loyal, hard-working

member and a North Beach clubbie

through and through.

Several months before Pat died

after a brief illness, he attended his

final club function. He got a standing

ovation when he was wheeled

into a function as the club celebrated

100 years of beach patrols.

Pat met his late wife Lois when

she joined the club and their four

children all played an active role in

beach patrols and competition.

Long-time journalist Ian Stuart,

who now lives in Auckland, but

still has North Beach blood in his

veins has written us a fitting tribute

to Pat which we run on pages 4-5

today.

Thanks Ian.

– Barry Clarke

Young boxer with golden gloves

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Tiny hut returned to school

A HANDOVER ceremony was

held at Shirley Boys’ High School

to welcome back the tiny hut

designed by Manaia Wilson-

Moses on August 28.

The year 10 student won the

school’s section of the city council’s

tiny huts design competition

last year with his design, Te

Wharau.

The wharau, is 2m x 2m and

was originally planned as a

temporary feature to liven up

New Brighton’s public spaces last

summer.

The hut was one of five which

became so popular that in March

the local community voted they

should stay longer.

Now two of the huts need to be

moved as construction work begins

on New Brighton’s beachside

playground.

Shirley Boys’ High head of

maths Tom Davies, who encouraged

Manaia to enter the

competition, said it was fitting to

have Te Wharau relocated to the

school.

“We’re very proud to have Te

Wharau and when we move to

the new school site in 2019 we

will have a permanent place for it

there.”

Of the remaining tiny huts, one

will be decommissioned due to

wear and tear, one other may be

relocated and the remaining two

The Art o-mat and #MyBrighton-

Hut will stay where they are.

Garden hit by thieves for third time

•From page 1

“If we spend money on

cameras, it will have to

come out of our administrative

account, which

is what we use to pay our

wages, our power bill and

our phone bill. It’s going

to gut all the funds we’ve

got,” he said.

Following a Facebook post

made by Mr Dugan, he was approached

by Carl Taylor of Carl

Taylor Homes and ATF

security, which has offered

a helping hand.

“It’s a really good

price but it is still a big

chunk out of our charity

money.”

The 23m x 43m plot

is located in the New Brighton

community garden. Children of

all ages and abilities are able to

Kelly Dugan

CEREMONY: Shirley Boys’ High students welcome back the

tiny hut with a haka.

EMPTY: The site where the

citrus trees were planted.

use the interactive garden. It includes

edible plants, plants with

textures and scents, a wheelchair

accessible boat, water play, a

sandpit and a musical footpath.

Mr Dugan gained inspiration

for the charity and garden from

his daughter Lucia, who lives

with cerebral palsy and struggles

to use typical playgrounds.

Three years were spent planning

the garden which cost

$20,000 and was planted by volunteers

from Stronger Christchurch

Infrastructure Team.

Local

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In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

MAN NAMED

The well-respected New Brighton

man who was swept into Lake

Coleridge, near Mt Hutt, at about

5pm on Wednesday, has been

named. He was John William

Morgan, 60, who died trying to

save the life of a stranger. He was

heavily involved with St Mary’s

Catholic Church, New Brighton,

and various community groups

including Scouts New Zealand. He

belonged to the fishing division of

the New Brighton Club and was

on the Marian College Board of

Trustees.

POSITION FOR LONSDALE

The manager of the New Brighton

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Association, Paul Lonsdale, has

taken on the role of Central City

Business Association manager.

Mr Lonsdale will continue working

part-time in both roles and

hopes to play a part in transforming

the central city into a

‘self-sustaining entity.’

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to transform the shop fronts and

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Fire rages, homes at risk

‘Michelangelo’ remembered for time

Pat Goosey who passed away on August 10, aged

90, spent decades with the North Beach Surf Life

Saving Club. Journalist Ian Stuart looks back on his

life

AT THE age of 90, as his health

began to fail and 18 months

before he died earlier this

month, surf lifesaving veteran

and respected Christchurch

businessman, Pat Goosey, still

had his whimsical sense of

humour.

“You know what Cyril O’Neill

nicknamed me?” he asked

Christchurch author Tony Murdoch.

“No. What?’

“Michelangelo.”

“Why?”

“Because I was a bloody

painter!”

Patrick Thomas Goosey, who

began his painting business in

New Brighton in 1951, was the

patron and a life member of the

North Beach Surf Lifesaving

Club. His story about Michelangelo

came up during an interview

for a centennial book Mr Murdoch

was writing on the club,

Black and White, A History of

the North Beach Surf Life Saving

Club.

The man who coined the

Michelangelo nickname, Cyril

O’Neill, was also a life member

and patron of the North Beach

Club. And like Mr Goosey, he

also was a club member for 81

years without a break until he

died in 2010.

Several months before he died

after a brief illness, Mr Goosey,

91, attended his final club function.

Late last year he got a

standing ovation when he was

wheeled into a function as the

club celebrated 100 years of beach

patrols on the popular east coast

Christchurch beach.

He was barely 10 when he

joined the club in 1936. It started

an enduring passion for the sport

for the next 81 years. World War

2 soon intervened and he joined

the navy in 1944 aged 18. He returned

from war service and was

voted onto the club committee

but continued with beach patrols

and competitive surf lifesaving.

For the next few decades surf

lifesaving was part of his life. It

was a family affair. He met his

late wife Lois Dean when she

joined the club during the war.

They married in 1951 and their

four children all played an active

role in beach patrols and com-

QUIET ACHIEVER: Pat Goosey was recognised for outstanding

service by New Zealand Surf Lifesaving.

petition. Lois died in 2014. Their “Pat Goosey was one of those

son Paul has been a member of quiet and committed achievers

North Beach for more than 50 in life who believed in action and

years and like his father, is also a not talk and that applied to everything

he was involved in,” said

life member.

Pat Goosey’s friends say for North Beach Surf Life Saving

more than eight decades he had a club president Roger Smith.

modest and self-effacing commitment

to surf lifesaving.

credit for the huge

“Very rarely would he take the

contribution

HISTORIC: The 1951 canoe

crew. (Left to right) – Alan

Dalton, Ben Bull, Pat Goosey,

Eric Dasler, Jim Moore, Harley

Davison, Bill Wright and Ray

O’Neill.

he made to commerce, to the

community and to surf lifesaving.”

In 1980 at the age of 54 he was

awarded a New Zealand Surf

Lifesaving Service Award for

outstanding service.

He was a life member of the

Canterbury Surf Lifesaving Association

and in 1962 aged 36 he

became a member of the 21 club

with the registration number 169.

This club was formed in 1948 and

recognises 21 years of non-stop

service to the sport.

The North Beach club recognised

his contribution 50 years

ago in 1967 when he was made a

life member.


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in surf lifesaving club

He began his painting business

PT Goosey Ltd in 1951 and Mr

Smith said he earned “a very high

level of respect from his clients

and the business community

because he resolutely believed

in the value and the importance

of honesty and integrity in the

business world. Clients came

back to Pat time and time again

because they believed in him and

that trust was one of Pat’s driving

forces.”

In the early days of his painting

business he cycled to work with

a tin of paint and a bucket of

brushes hanging from the handlebars.

Later he ran the business

for 34 years from a large garage at

the family home in Palmers Rd.

Mr Smith said the respect he

earned was reflected in his election

as president of both the Canterbury

and New Zealand Master Painters

Associations. He was a life member

of the Canterbury Master Painters.

He was an assessor to the NZ

Qualifications Authority for painting

and decorating.

During his long career some

of the many contracts he won

included Housing NZ, NZ Army,

and the Ministry of Education.

He was also a staunch supporter

of the New Brighton business

and sporting community.

He was the president and

on the committee of the New

LAUNCH: Canterbury champions Ben Bull, Eric Dasler, Pat

Goosey and Alan Dalton head for the water at New Brighton in

1948.

Brighton Business Association

for many years.

At the New Brighton Rugby

Club, he was the second player to

play 100 senior games.

He was a member of the

Rawhiti Golf Club and served

for many years as a committee

member and president.

He was a charter member of

the New Brighton Lions Club

after joining in 1963 and served

two terms as president. He received

the Lloyd Morgan Award

for service, a Distinguished

Service Award and Lions International

awarded a Chevron Award

for 50 years of service.

He was a foundation member

and patron of the New Brighton

and District Historical Society

and Museum and a committee

member of the New Brighton

Revitalisation Historical Association,

the Pier and Foreshore

Committee and the Pier Promotion

Trust. During his time on

the Pier and Foreshore Committee

he worked tirelessly to help

raise $2 million to have the New

Brighton pier built. The 300m

pier opened in 1997.

In 2001 he was awarded a

Christchurch Civic Award for

services to the community.

He was also very aware New

Zealand’s Maori heritage and

in his mid-70s he enrolled in a

Maori language course.

He is survived by four children,

10 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.

• By Sophie Cornish

CHANCES APPEAR to be

slimming for the New Brighton

community who want their

police station open on Saturday

mornings.

Two weeks ago, Pegasus Post

revealed the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board had asked

police to open on

Saturday mornings.

Since then, the

community board has

had discussions with

police and believe

there is not a strong

possibility this will

happen.

“There isn’t a will

to do it and I don’t believe it’s

going to happen,” said community

board deputy chairman

Tim Sintes.

The station is currently open

to the public Monday-Friday

9am-4pm.

Residents and business owners

still want a more personal

police presence.

Nikki Griffin of Bin Inn is a

strong advocate for the station

being open longer.

“People still like that to have

face-to-face connection with

their local bobby,” Mrs Griffin

said.

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Little chance of Saturday

opening for police station

Nikki Griffin

Theft is a big concern for

Paper Plus owner Blair Hughes,

who is unhappy with the response

from police on the issue.

Recently, Mr Hughes waited

90min for a police unit to arrive

following a theft, meaning the

offender was able to get away.

“I don’t think personally the

police support in this area is

anywhere near where it

needs to be,” he said.

Hughes is not surprised

the calls from the community

have been shot down.

“I know the community

has called for it. Am I

surprised the police aren’t

going to do it? No,” he said.

Senior Sergeant Stephan

McDaniel believes there is no

justification for the station to be

open on the weekend.

“I would be very surprised if

we could justify having the station

open on a Saturday.”

He stresses that even when

the counter is not open, there is

still police working out of the

station 24/7 and that they are

still available to the whole community.

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HOPEFUL: (Left to right) – Kidsfirst MacFarlane Park kindergarten children Mckenzie Edwards, 3, Evie Beyers-Guy, 2, and

Telisha Brougham, 4, with their sunflower seeds and pots.

Tall sunflowers on kids’ wish lists

• By Sophie Cornish

CHILDREN WILL learn

valuable gardening skills and

knowledge during the Daltons

Sunflowers in Kindergartens

Project.

Seventeen Christchurch

kindergartens will compete to

grow the tallest sunflower or

widest sunflower head.

Each kindergarten was sent

a Daltons starter pack with

everything the children need

to grow their own sunflowers,

which have the potential to

grow up to 4m.

The tallest sunflower ever

grown in the project’s history

was 3.12m.

The children will learn how

to sow and care for seedlings as

well as daily care of their plant.

Daltons general manager,

Colin Parker, is thrilled with

the return of the project this

year.

“The competition aspect adds

a little extra fun to the project

for the children, but we are

more focused on creating opportunities

to spark a lifelong

love of gardening.”

The competition runs until

December 6, and winners will

be announced on December 8.

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Meet

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Shirley Tuesday 5 th Sept

4.00pm cnr Vardon & Cotton

4.20pm cnr Hercules & Hope

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5.00pm cnr Jebson & Riselaw

5.20pm cnr Emmett & Bellbrook (south)

5.40pm cnr Akaroa & Onawe

North New Brighton

Wednesday 6 th Sept

4.00pm cnr Leaver & Sea Eagles

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4.40pm cnr Philomel & Inverell

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5.20pm 76 Palmers Road

5.40pm cnr Bluegum & Travis

Poto Williams

for Christchurch East

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11-year-old with golden gloves

SPORTS

• By Sophie Cornish

JOSH TONGA may only be

11 but he is no stranger to

success in the boxing ring.

Taking out his second

title in two years, Josh won

the under-42kg national title

at the Australian Golden

Gloves in Brisbane.

In 2016, Josh won the

under-40kg title.

His opponent, Cooper

White, of Nabby’s Gym in

Wellington, had already

won the under-38kg title

but agreed to box Josh on

the day, otherwise he

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Tuesday September 5 2017 11

Time To Downsize...

12 Bideford Place - Dallington

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Aranui Creation Station

Wednesday 10am-noon

This initiative from Otautahi

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109 Aldershot St. Free entry

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

An hour of fun playing

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Ascot Scrabble Group

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Ascot Community Centre,

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Ascot Petanque Club

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Lego lovers, head down to

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Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Head to the seaside this weekend

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Golden Oldies Movies

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Brighton Museum plays a

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Art Exhibition

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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JO HAYES

NEWS UPDATE

CHRISTCHURCH EAST

I love East Christchurch. I’ve been National’s List MP in

the electorate for more than three years now, and from

day one I have felt at home.

Now I’m excited to stand for election again in this

unique, diverse, welcoming community and remarkably

beautiful part of Aotearoa.

Contact me anytime

E

W

jo.hayes@national.org.nz

www.johayes.co.nz

I’m Jo Hayes,

National’s list MP based in Christchurch East.

The East has been saddled with more than its fair

share of set-backs but I’m impressed with the courage

and fortitude of its communities as they have risen to

the challenges and frustrations of rebuilding broken

infrastructure and homes. I truly believe that with

time and continued investment, East Christchurch

will emerge as the city’s most desirable region. I’m

absolutely certain that the very best is yet to come.

Jo Hayes

National List MP based in

Christchurch East

Bill English

Right Honourable Prime

Minister of New Zealand

It’s a privilege to share Christchurch East with you and

now I’m excited to share with you National’s vision for a

better future for our community and our nation.

Nga mihi mahana.

DELIVERING FOR

NEW ZEALAnDERS

www.national.org.nz

Authorised by Jo Hayes,

Unit 6/950 Ferry Road, Christchurch


www.national.org.nz

A bit about me

I’m a country girl at heart: I’m as comfortable in gumboots as

I am in Parliament, and certainly didn’t grow up with a silver

spoon in my mouth.

But I’ve also proven that hard work, grit and determination go

a long way to turning your life around for the better.

I remember what it’s like to be a single mother working, raising

a family and studying for an education. It’s tough. Then, when

I met my husband Pat, we

partnered together to build

our Manawatu farm while I

served on school boards and

worked for local council.

I never really planned a

political career, but after

many years working in the

health sector I realised I

had two choices: be part of

the problem or part of the

solution. I chose the latter.

My time in Christchurch East

There’s a big difference between electorate MPs and list MPs.

Electorate MPs represent the cares and concerns of their constituents

at Parliament, whereas list MPs are free to focus more on government

business. But I don’t believe in doing anything by halves, so I decided to

treat Christchurch East as my own electorate when I came here as a list

MP three years ago. I’ve gotten involved in local communities, supported

local causes and fought to have Christchurch East’s voice heard on

local and national issues.

Those of you whom I’ve had the privilege to meet will know that I shoot

straight from the hip, but I’ll also back you all the way to Parliament to

get the best results and outcomes for our communities and families in

East Christchurch.

My values

When I chose to get involved in politics, there was no question in

my mind that the National Party was the best option. Its values of

strong families, safe and secure communities and equal opportunities

resonated with me.

I know that hard work does

reap great rewards – I’m living

proof of that – but only in a

society with a strong economy,

job opportunities and a positive

vision for the future. That’s a

future that National is successfully

working hard to establish for

you and your family.

Take the

opportunity this

year and give

National your

Party Vote.

Contact me anytime

E

W

jo.hayes@national.org.nz

www.johayes.co.nz

Authorised by Jo Hayes, Unit 6/950 Ferry Road, Christchurch


www.national.org.nz

Update in the East

New Avonside Girls/Shirley Boys underway

On 4 August, I joined Associate Education Minister Tim Macindoe as

he turned the first sod of the new Avonside Girls’ and Shirley Boys’ High

Schools’ co-located site at QEII park.

The state-of-the-art school will include:

• a Performing Arts Centre with a 750-seat theatre and a second smaller

100-seat theatre,

More of me in the East

You’ll be seeing even more of me around Christchurch East over the next

month: The Christchurch East National team of volunteers has been busy

helping me put up hoardings for the election.

We’ve also spent a lot of time door knocking. It’s been fantastic to meet

many of you and talk about what’s important to you.

So keep a look out for my smiling face – if you haven’t already seen it on

my van – and let’s chat soon. Remember, you are always welcome to get

in touch: I’m here to help.

• four full-sized sports’ fields with a 400m running track,

• three full-sized indoor gymnasiums, two of which can be joined to host

events,

• a café and fully-equipped commercial teaching kitchen,

• a new centrally located, satellite facility for students with special needs,

operated by Ferndale School.

The $220 million project is expected to be complete by Term Two of 2019.

It’s part of the Government’s $1.15 billion Christchurch Schools Rebuild

programme.

Our Government has committed more than $5

billion in school property expenditure, more than

any other government. Education is the key to our

kids’ future, and we want to make sure our kids

have the best head-start in life.

Finance Minister visits Christchurch East

It was great to have a visit from

Finance Minister Steven Joyce in

Christchurch East in August.

His first budget in May of this year

will financially benefit everyday Kiwi

families and give them the help they

need to succeed and prosper.

What I love about the National

Party is that we’re fiscally

responsible too. So we’re sticking to

our word to bring down the national

debt at the same time and ensure

that our kids’ future is bright, and

that their tomorrow is not weighed

down with today’s debt.

Authorised by Jo Hayes, Unit 6/950 Ferry Road, Christchurch


What’s important

What’s really important? Well, your vote is important. Your vote helps

determine who will govern New Zealand from 23 September onwards.

When you give us your vote, you are putting trust in us to deliver a

Government that represents what’s important to you.

“When it comes down to it, we all care about the same things.”

Family

The National Government has a new $2 billion a year Family Incomes Package that will

help low and middle-income earners with young families and higher housing costs to

get ahead. We’re also increasing parental leave entitlement to 22 weeks and funding

families using IVF for a third cycle.

Education and health

We’ve got $7 billion new investment tagged for public services like health, education,

and law and order over the next four years.

We’re also better targeting funding to schools that need it most, by replacing the decile

system with a Risk Index. Plus, an additional 600,000 lower income New Zealanders will

have access to $18 doctor visits under National.

National will roll out a suite of technology, maths and language initiatives in schools to

ensure our young people have the skills to succeed in a more digital and internationally

connected world. Plus, parents will be able to track their child’s progress online

throughout the year.

Housing

The Government has poured a massive investment into social housing from Aranui to

Shirley, and continues to actively build as part of its social housing programme.

Jobs

Thanks to National’s strong economic management and your hard work, there are more

jobs and opportunities for people in Canterbury. New Zealand’s unemployment rate

continues to drop and is currently at 4.8%. In Canterbury, it’s even lower than that. In

fact, there were 333 more jobs advertised in Canterbury in July 2017 than a year ago.

Business

We’ve tagged $4 billion to help build the public infrastructure we need as a growing

economy, as well as additional funding to strengthen the Business Growth Agenda to

help drive further economic growth, create jobs, and lift wages.

Proven leadership

Bill English is “The Rock” who safely steered New Zealand through the global financial

crisis and turned the country’s deficit around into a surplus. That means that we once

again have options to increase important services for Kiwis without burdening the

economy with debt.

Voting Sites in Christchurch East

Aranui Primary School Hall,

257 Breezes Road, Aranui

Avebury House, 9 Evelyn

Couzins Avenue, Richmond

Banks Avenue School Library,

71 Banks Avenue,

Dallington Bromley School

Hall, 33 Keighleys Road,

Bromley

Burwood Christian Centre,

54 Bassett Street, Burwood

Chisnallwood Intermediate

School Hall, 76 Breezes Road,

Avondale

EduKids Marshland Childcare,

68 Marshland Road, Shirley

Electoral Headquarters at

Nga Hau e Wha Marae,

250 Pages Road, Aranui

Haeata Community Campus,

Foyer, 240 Breezes Road,

Aranui

Kainga Public Hall, Corner

Kainga Road & Ourbridge

Street, Kainga

Kidsfirst Kindergartens,

MacFarlane Park, 19 Acheson

Avenue, Shirley

Kidsfirst Kindergartens

Richmond, 41 North Avon

Road, Richmond

Kidsfirst Kindergartens

Woolley Street, 63 Woolley

Street, Avondale

Linwood North School Library,

221 Woodham Road,

Linwood North

Jo Hayes

National List MP based in

Christchurch East

Marshland School Hall,

11 Te Korari Street,

Marshland

North New Brighton

Community Centre,

88 Marine Parade,

North New Brighton Nova

Montessori School,

Main entrance, 53 Owles

Terrace, New Brighton

Ottawa Gardens Preschool,

49 Ottawa Road, Wainoni

Ouruhia School Library,

21 Turners Road, Ouruhia

Parkview School Hall,

10 Chadbury Street,

Parklands

Queenspark School Hall,

222 Queenspark Drive,

Queenspark

Rawhiti School Hall,

150 Leaver Terrace,

North New Brighton

Shirley Intermediate School,

60 Shirley Road, Shirley

Shirley Primary School Hall,

11 Shirley Road, Shirley

South New Brighton School,

160 Estuary Road,

South New Brighton

St Chad’s Anglican Church

Hall, 1 Carnarvon Street

(corner Buckleys Road)

Linwood Waitakiri

School Hall,

170 Burwood Road,

Burwood

Bill English

Right Honourable Prime

Minister of New Zealand

www.national.org.nz

Authorised by Jo Hayes,

Unit 6/950 Ferry Road, Christchurch

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