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GRANT DALTON and the

America’s Cup will return to

Christchurch to breathe wind

into the sails of the Pleasant

Point Yacht Club.

The club, located in South

New Brighton Park will host a

fundraising event to raise money

for its earthquake re-build on

October 14.

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“We are very grateful to Emirates

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PROUD: Grant Dalton

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massive opportunity for our club

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• By Sophie Cornish

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The attacks began on

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The drive-by shootings on

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SOME unwanted trigger-happy

guests have been frustrating

residents in New Brighton on

page 1.

Shooting paintballs at cars,

fences and windows seems like

an activity of boredom which

perpetrators will eventually move

on from soon. Getting good identification

of the cars and number

plates is key to reporting these

unwanted troublemakers.

On page 3, worried residents in

Mairehau want to alert the public

about a concerning bend in a road

which is causing issues.

Glenfield Cres residents want

speed bumps and signs to avoid

drivers misjudging the corner.

A recent incident saw one driver

end up in hospital with serious

injuries after his vehicle hit a car

parked in a driveway.

Hopefully, their concerns will

be heard to avoid any further

crashes in the future.

– Sophie Cornish

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Bid to fix Mairehau’s crash corner

Residents fear

next smash

will be fatal

• By Andrew King

RESIDENTS ON a Mairehau

street believe it’s only a matter of

time before a child is seriously

hurt following a number of

crashes at one of its corners.

Residents between 59 and 65

Glenfield Cres have seen plenty

of people misjudge the corner

outside their homes. The latest

incident put a man in hospital

with serious injuries after he hit

a parked vehicle in a driveway on

September 13.

He had to be cut from the

vehicle by firefighters and

resident Dave Parson’s work

vehicle was badly damaged.

Bob Autridge, who has lived

on the street for the past 16

years, said something needs to

be done.

“We need a bloody great big

sign and some speed bumps put

in,” he said. “It is only a matter

of time before some kid on the

footpath gets it.”

City council transport

operations manager Aaron

Haymes said a report on the

FED UP: Glenfield Cres residents Neville Amor (left) and Bob

Autridge have seen numerous crashes on the corner outside

their properties.

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latest crash had been received

from a resident. City council

staff are investigating some “lowcost

interventions to make the

bends more conspicuous”.

Installing two speed bumps

would cost about $50,000 but Mr

Haymes said, at the present time,

traffic calming initiatives were

not a high-priority and funding

was not available for these types

of schemes.

Mr Autridge asked the

Papanui-Innes Community

Board last year to paint yellow

lines around the corner to

improve visibility, which they

did in January.

Residents say the lines were a

good start, but more needs to be

done.

In June, a woman failed to take

the corner and ended up on the

front lawn of the property next

‘It is only a matter of

time before some kid on

the footpath gets it’

– Bob Autridge

TROUBLE CORNER: A vehicle

hit the kerb on September

13 and smashed into Dave

Parson’s vehicle on his

driveway.

door to resident Neville Amor’s

house.

Before that crash, he said

another person had actually hit

the power pole.

In 2012, two men in a “soupedup

Subaru” came around the

corner and smashed into a

container on Mr Amor’s front

lawn.

“They moved the container

about 20cm, so they must have

hit it quite hard,” he said.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

CRASH VICTIM NAMED

The woman killed in crash on

QE II Drive last week has been

named. She was 86-year-old Eileen

Margaret Pearce. The crash on

October 18 involved a car and a

van. The van driver was taken to

Christchurch Hospital with minor

injuries. Canterbury metro area

commander Superintendent Lane

Todd said it appeared the elderly

woman’s car crossed onto the wrong

side of the road and collided with

the van. The serious crash unit are

investigating the cause.

FLOOD CAUSE

The flooding that occurred on

Beach Rd, between Effingham St

and Marine Pde, on Thursday was

due to a 20cm water main blowing.

City council contractors were on the

scene early, but residents had low

water pressure while others were

without water until it was turned

back on at 4pm.

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community

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• By Sophie Cornish

WORK WILL begin on the new

Shirley Community garden this

week.

The new garden is located in

MacFarlane Park on Jebson St.

Previously, it was located on

Housing New Zealand land in

Riselaw St. The Just Dirt Trust

were granted a two-year lease for

the garden but were told to move

after only nine months when the

land was put up for sale.

Spokesman for The Just Dirt

Trust Selwyn Eagle said the

garden is for community use and

he hopes it will bring neighbours

together.

“The main thing for me is

getting people meeting people

and to meet those who they’ve

lived down the road from for

20 years and are now doing

something together.”

Those who want to be

involved in maintaining the

garden will receive its fruits, said

Mr Eagle.

“There will still be some

organisation, we will have a list

of what is growing and once

it’s ready, it will be dished out

amongst everyone.”

No money is required in

return.

Plans for the area include

transforming the current

public toilet block into a tool

shed, said garden organiser Ian

Dunbar.

Currently only some raised

beds have been established,

as Mr Dunbar and volunteers

continue to get the garden under

way.

Community support and

involvement has been high

according to Mr Dunbar, who

said he’s had several calls about

updates on the garden.

A temporary lease for the land

has been granted and there is

hopes that the new lease under

the city council will be for 10

years.

Long-term surf lifesavers honoured

• By Sophie Cornish

WAIMAIRI AND North Beach

surf lifesaving club members

have been honoured for their

service and work.

Steve Johnson and Brett

Leask of the Waimairi club were

awarded life membership at the

New Zealand Surf Life Saving

awards in Auckland on Saturday

night.

Paul Goosey, Greg Samson and

Don and Rex Dalton of North

Beach club were awarded 50-year

badges for their service.

Mr Leask says receiving the

award is an honour.

As a child, Mr Leask lived on

Pacific St, a short distance from

the Waimairi club where he says

he’s been ‘hanging around’ since

he was 10 years old.

“With surf lifesaving, you’re in

it for life,” said Mr Leask, who is

now 69 years old.

The combination of sport and

community service is what he believes

makes surf lifesaving great.

“There is a fellowship within

the clubs, especially in the 60s

and 70s, it was a great matchmaking

environment also,” he

said.

Team New Zealand to back fundraiser

•From page 1

Prizes to be auctioned on the

night include a helicopter ride to

a mystery destination piloted by

Ritchie McCaw with a dual sulky

experience behind Monkey King,

New Zealand’s highest earning

harness racer.

Four other chances to fly with

•From page 1

Properties and cars on Keyes Rd

and Marine Pde were also hit last

Sunday with yellow pellets.

Marine Pde resident Michelle

Hansen said her house was hit

twice with paintballs on Sunday.

Mrs Hansen noticed it around

LIFE MEMBER: Brett Leask with his award at the New Zealand

Surf Life Saving awards event in Auckland Saturday night.

Right: Leask competing in 1974.

Camaraderie, fun and friendship

are all elements which have

kept Mr Leask involved in the

sport over the years.

McCaw will also be auctioned.

Hot laps in a racing car at

the Mike Pero Motorsport

Park will also be up for grabs

along with a signed and framed

Emirates Team New Zealand

T-shirt.

Pleasant Point Yacht Club sails

on the Avon-Heathcote Estuary

7pm, which she said was fresh

because it rinsed off easily.

The events come after a community

patrol volunteer was hit in

the forehead with a paintball gun

while on patrol in Lyttelton on

September 8.

The volunteer was sitting in her

After 18 years of service in

Otago, Mr Leask returned to

Christchurch and the Waimairi

club in his late 30s.

from it’s base in South New

Brighton Park.

Members are currently

working out of five shipping

containers.

To re-build the new clubrooms,

$1 million is needed.

Once completed, club commodore

Alastair Burgess said the

In total, he has given 55 years

of service to Surf Life Saving New

Zealand.

Several roles including club

captain, instructor and club

president for four years were

undertaken by Mr Leask.

“I like the training, I like

the environment and I like the

families, we are now into our

third generation at the club,” he

said.

Mr Leask has nieces, nephews

and grandchildren involved in

the club also.

President of North Beach Surf

Club Roger Smith, speaks highly

of the men from receiving their

50 year badges.

“One of the mottos for surf lifesaving

is: ‘In it for life,’ and they

are great examples of guys who’ve

done that.”

Rex and Don Dalton are in

their 70s now, however, in their

prime both were New Zealand

champions for their events, said

Mr Smith.

“They’ve had a huge history –

the Dalton name in North Beach

– their father was a great surf

lifesaver, so they’ve carried on a

great family tradition,” he said.

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of the eastern suburbs with a big

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Paintball pellets fired in shooting spree

car with the window open when

she was shot.

A black hatchback was seen

leaving the area at the time.

Senior Sergeant Stephan

McDaniel said police are taking

the matter seriously.

“My understand is, we are looking

into it but are limited with

what we’ve got because it comes

down to what we’ve got available

and at this stage no licence plate

has been recorded,” he said.

Sergeant McDaniel said they

will continue looking into other

surveillance options.

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• By Sophie Cornish

A DECISION over the

Southshore Floodplain

Management Short Term

Plan has been pushed back to

October 10.

The delay will provide more

time for discussions, said

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim

Money.

The board is working to ensure

their suggestions are included

in the recommendations for the

city council report.

City council has proposed

a solution to put bunding

20-30m back on the estuary

coastline between Pleasant

Point Yacht Club and the new

boardwalk.

This will allow for natural erosion

to take place.

Community board deputy

chairman Tim Sintes said this

may risk losing the walkway

and dozens of trees. The area

is one of the best scenic walks

in Christchurch and should be

restored to what it was, said Mr

Sintes.

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Project to improve dental health

• By Sophie Cornish

A PROJECT targeting the oral

health of low-income Maori

and Pacific Islander adults

is currently under way in

Linwood.

Free dental services such as

extractions and fillings are on

offer to those living in Linwood

and surrounding areas.

Funded by Wrigley Company

Foundation and New Zealand

Dental Association Community

Service Grants, the I Roto Dental

Services Project was gifted

over $4000 to provide services

to 20-25 patients.

Co-ordinator for the project

at the Linwood Dental Centre

Shorokh Hamandani, said this

target group was chosen as they

are some of the most vulnerable

to poor oral health.

“We have to start somewhere

and the uptake of their (Maori

and Pacific Islander adults) oral

health care is really quite low.”

Mr Hamandani said one of

his patients hadn’t been to the

dentist in more than 10 years.

The project is split into two

elements, a prevention aspect

and the treatment aspect.

Benjamin Diaz volunteers

his time to help out with the

prevention aspect. This involves

visiting maraes and speaks to

people about the importance of

maintaining oral health care.

“We advocate the programme

and encourage people to come

down and visit the dentist and

see what services may be available

to them,” Mr Diaz said.

Resources are funded by the

project and the time and services

are volunteered.

Treatments took place on the

past two Saturdays.

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receive fillings, extractions,

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and gum cleaning, based on

their needs.

After treatment, volunteers sat

down with patients and family

members to discuss good oral

care. They were given bags with

toothpaste, a toothbrush and

dental floss with instructions.

Flyers were dispersed to community

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Orbiter Bus stops Innes Road

• By Sophie Cornish

FORMER CENTRAL New

Brighton School re-opened as

a community hub called The

Old School Te Kura Tawhiti on

Saturday.

There were speeches, food, a

Maori blessing and the opportunity

to walk through all the new

spaces.

Co-ordinator Sue Davidson

wants the community to take

advantage of a space which is

ultimately theirs.

“It was (the opening) about

bringing people in and saying

this is your space, come and use

it, get involved.”

Renew New Brighton are six

months into their two-year lease

granted by the school to transform

the empty space into a hub

where organisations and locals

can meet and discuss art, wellbeing,

health and education.

Community groups, artists and

not-for-profit organisations have

permanent spots in the classrooms

and the office area is used

as a bookable space for meetings,

Fire rages, homes at risk

Mr Sintes encourages

those supporting the

community board’s recommendation

to spread the word

to friends and family about what

is happening on the estuary

edge.

Community hub opened

in New Brighton

fitness classes and workshops.

These include Pregnancy Help

Canterbury, the New Internationalist

magazine, Otautahi Creative

Spaces, Man-up (domestic

violence help), rongoa (Maori

traditional healing) and Stitch-

O-Mat, a sewing initiative which

provides learn-to-sew workshops.

Central New Brighton School

played a role in the New Brighton

community for 125 years and

was closed due to costly earthquake

repairs.

The school merged with

Freeville and North New Brighton

schools to become Rawhiti

School, which opened its doors in

January 2015.

The long-term future of the site

following the end of the lease is

still to be established.

Manager of the New Brighton

Business and Landowners Association

Paul Lonsdale said the

opening of the hub will be very

beneficial for the area.

“The Old School brings that

social element and community

cohesiveness, it’s good that they

are activating the area,” he said.

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SOUTHERN JAM

WELLBEING

FEAST DAY

Message from the Catholic Diocese

of Christchurch

Our Diocese is proud of Marian College. The school is

thriving at its inner-city campus location alongside the

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament on Barbadoes Street.

Marian College shows us clearly that the heart of a

Catholic school lies not in its buildings, but in a strong,

supportive community built around faith.

Marian College belongs to the Catholic Kāhui Ako

Community of Learning, one of our 13 schools in

Christchurch. Each school has an affiliated parish and

networks contributing to the Diocese.

Alongside our Diocese earthquake rebuild and repair

programme, our parishes have been offered the chance to

focus on spiritual renewal as we wait for a new Bishop

to be appointed.

The process for the rebuild of Marian College’s campus

will be a priority for our new Bishop, who will ultimately

make the decision on Marian College’s permanent site.

This decision will not be made in isolation however,

there are many factors to consider and groups to consult

with, given the changes in our communities since

the earthquakes.

The Diocese looks forward to keeping the community

updated on progress. In the meantime, Marian College

continues to achieve excellent results and to thrive.

A special thank you goes to the Marian College

community – students, parents, staff and leadership, for

your ongoing patience, support and cooperation.

Fr Rick Loughnan

Catholic Diocese of Christchurch Administrator

The Marian College Principal

Marian College is very fortunate to have a small, friendly,

family atmosphere which comes from teachers and

students knowing each other well.

I am delighted to share that our students and teachers are

making the very best of our current site – opportunities

for collaboration are plenty and the benefits that come of

an inner-city location are taken up with enthusiasm.

At Marian College our special Catholic character is

built into everything we do. Our earthquake recovery

journey has taught us, that while brand new buildings and

facilities are an exciting proposition, it is our faith, our

community and our people that matter. I am excited about

the future of Marian College – we can all look forward to a

bright, sparkling new start. I hope you enjoy reading about

some of our recent happenings.

Mary-Lou Davidson,

Marian College Principal

Feast Day Festivities

One of the most anticipated events on the Marian

College calendar is Feast Day – recognised every year to

celebrate the Assumption of Mary. This year, Feast Day

began with a whole school Mass, which included the

blessing of the new music department, featuring practice

spaces and a multipurpose room.

Traditional Feast Day activities involve Marian College’s

house groups coming together in Xavier Hall to compete

in a talent quest and house group chant competition.

Rivalry between the four Marian College houses –

Brodie, Deans, Seymour and Takahe – is strong and

overwhelmingly positive. Students have been known to

rehearse their chants and performances for up to six weeks

in advance, polishing their acts ready for competition.

Each performance is judged and awarded house points

which are tallied throughout the year. The house with

the most points earned – for academic, sporting, cultural,

service and cultural achievements – is awarded the annual

Inter-House Shield at the end of year school prize giving.

Aiming for France

Football talent Rebecca Lake (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Irakehu)

could be heading to France next year to represent New

Zealand and play in the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup.

The Year 13 Marian college student helped captain

the New Zealand U19 Football team to victory in the

Oceania Football Confederation championships in

Auckland recently, securing the team’s spot in France,

2018. Rebecca captained the team twice over the five

game campaign which saw the team win all their games

convincingly. Rebecca is a member of the Football Ferns

development squad and has played with Mainland Pride

(the National Women’s regional team) for three years.

RIA KNEY

Judo medallist

Congratulations to Ria Kney (Ngāti Kahungunu) who

won a gold medal in the U52kg girls category at the New

Zealand Secondary Schools Judo Tournament last term.

She won all five of her fights in the one day tournament

held at Lincoln High School. Ria also won gold in two

categories at the Auckland International Judo Open

tournament held three weeks later at ASB Stadium in

Auckland. One of her fights lasted just ten seconds!

Wellbeing and service

A priority for Marian College this year has been student

and staff wellbeing. This year, Marian has introduced two

new courses: Kia Maia and Mana Wahine. Kia Maia is a

course for Year 9 students which focuses on wellbeing,

character strengths, use of money, cyber safety and

developing study and life skills.

The Mana Wahine course aims to promote strong Marian

women. Especially for year 12 students, the course

teaches wellbeing, study techniques, life skills, careers,

financial literacy and service.

Marian College has a strong commitment to providing

service to the community. Not only students, but staff

members are also actively involved.

Marian College staff members rolled up their sleeves

recently, to spend an afternoon participating in a range of

service activities including assisting at Christchurch City

Mission and St Vincent de Paul, cleaning up a beach,

gardening for the Beatitude sisters, making goods for

Christchurch Hospital’s neo-natal unit and other

children in need.

Southern Jam

Marian College’s Jazz Band travelled to the Southern

Jam Jazz Festival in Blenheim recently – taking part

in the showcase and celebration of the South Island’s

secondary school jazz bands. Marian College’s Jazz Band

performed at eight public venues and took home a bronze

award. Band director Frances Daly is a Marian old girl

currently studying at Ara Jazz School. Frances inspired

the Jazz Band to compose an original song ‘Dirty

Window’, which won Best Original Song at this year’s

Christchurch Jazz Festival.

Visit our website for further information:

www.mariancollege.school.nz

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News

Disc golf set to take

off at Queenspark

• By Sophie Cornish

QUEENSPARK Reserve

may have a disc golf course

this summer.

Parklands Residents

Association chairman

David Baines is waiting on

approval from the Coastal-

Burwood Community

Board and city council on

whether the course will go

ahead.

If the plans are signed

off, the nine-hole course

will be established in

Queenspark Reserve, a

good location, according to

Mr Baines.

“Because there is elevation,

a few rolling hills and

well-established trees, it

will create a bit of character

to it, which will be quite

unique.”

Christchurch Disc Golf

member Chris Davies

agrees: “It’s a lovely location

for it. Technically it

could be the first links

course in the country

because the rolling terrain

in the area is still the sand

dunes profile from the

original terrain.”

BASKET: Tom McKay

finishes basket 18 at

Jellie Park at the fourth

annual Peter Crowther

Memorial competition

in October.

Mr Baines said there is a

lot of support for the idea

from all parties involved.

He said the course will

bring a fun and healthy

activity for families to the

eastern suburbs.

The public will be able

to use the course for

free, if they bring along

their own frisbee or disc.

Equipment to hire will also

be available.

“Our intention is to

make it as accessible and

cheap as we can for the

public,” he said.

Establishing the course

will not be too difficult,

said Mr Baines.

The goals – a metal

basket-like structure – a

starting platform tee, some

paved areas and a map will

be required for each hole.

Finding funding will be

the next step following the

sign-off.

“We have a little bit

of funds we can access,

but we will be looking at

community partners for

help, whether they want to

sponsor a hole or make a

donation to see the course

become established,” Mr

Baines said.

Disc golf was created

in the 1970s and is played

similar to traditional golf.

However players use a

flying disc or frisbee. The

objective is to complete the

hole in the fewest number

of throws.

There is one other disc

golf course in Christchurch

at Jellie Park.

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open 24 hours a day,

seven days a week.

Selling almost everything from antiques

to sporting and household items, Maudes on

Trade Me allows customers to shop online

in the comfort of their own home and raise

money for the Nurse Maude Hospice at the

same time.

At any one time, Maudes has around 250

items up for auction, and almost every one

of them starts at just $1 reserve with rare

and collectable pieces soon reaching their

optimum price.

While the Nurse Maude Hospice shops

sell fashion clothing and accessories Maudes

on Trade Me sells almost everything else

and buyers can come from anywhere in the

country.

With more than 200

items a week being listed,

Maudes on Trade Me

is very dependent on a

steady stream of donated

goods.

“Please dive into your

cupboards and garage

for that unused sports

equipment, jewellery,

china, glass, silverware,

furniture, whiteware

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anything in good saleable

condition,” says Sue

Bramwell, GM Marketing at Nurse Maude,

“and we can turn it into the funds needed to

provide hospice palliative care and support

free of charge to patients and their families

in the Nurse Maude Hospice.”

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FLAME FILES

Did you change your

smoke alarm batteries?

• By Mark Thomas – specialist fire

investigator

DAYLIGHT SAVING has come

and gone, so my hope is that

everyone has taken the time to

swap the batteries in their smoke

detectors.

This should be a tradition in

Kiwi households, but the reminder

is still there.

If you don’t change them the

alarms will probably still work.

But when they go flat enough

for the annoying little squeak

to start squawking I can almost

guarantee it’ll happen at between

2am and 4am.

That’ll make the rest of the

night a lot of fun, won’t it?

There were three oven fires last

week including one in Mairehau

on Wednesday at about 4pm

where our troops had to break in.

It appears the stove was left on

when the occupants went out.

They’re lucky to have a house

left.

An earlier fire in Richmond

was confined to the inside of the

oven.

Unfortunately, for the people in

the house what was in the oven

was their roast pork for tea.

The crackling ignited.

That’s a waste.

I liked the story behind a call to

Linwood last Friday.

There was no fire but the elderly

diabetic caller was desperate to

eat to keep his sugar levels right.

However, his power had gone

out halfway through cooking.

He called police, who were flat

out.

Once again the increasing

co-operation between emergency

services resulted in a request

across the combined communications

centre floor.

Woolston fire crew were sent.

They reset the power in the

house.

Cooking recommenced.

Meal made.

A small story with a happy

ending.

Waitakiri School pupils took part in Keep New Zealand

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took time out of their lunch break to collect rubbish around

the red zone, Burwood Park and Horseshoe Lake.

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Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 12.45pm

Challenge your word knowledge

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

Reading to Dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

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.

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.

It’s free to take part and everyone

is welcome to go along and share

their crafty side.

109 Aldershot St. Free entry

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Email sophie.cornish@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Friday

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. All

children aged 8-12 welcome. No

booking or payment required.

Linwood Library, 1st Floor

Eastgate Shopping Centre

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 for researching

questions. The course does not

include 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, Brighton Mall

GET ON THE WATER: Stewarts Gully Sailing Club will hold

an open day on Saturday from 11am-3pm. Children and

adults all welcome with a sausage sizzle at 1pm. Learn to sail

classes start next month. For more information, visit www.

sporty.co.nz/stewartsgullysailing or get in touch with Lindsay

Russell on 021 0269 3559 or 3136709. Riverlea Estate Drive,

Kainga.

Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Head to the seaside

this weekend to enjoy live

entertainment, great food, fresh

produce, artisan bread, arts,

crafts, jewellery and more. With

a bouncy castle and free

face-painting for the children.

Brighton Mall

Golden Oldies Movies

Monday, 1.30pm

Every Monday New Brighton

Museum plays a film classic. This

week it’s A Matter of Life and

Death by David Niven (1946). The

theme is fantasy and romance.

Running time 1hr 44min. 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. $2 donation.

8 Hardy St

Have-A-Go at Indoor Bowls

Every Tuesday, 11am-1:30pm

Indoor bowls for our senior

community. No experience

necessary and all abilities

welcome. Come along to try it

out. Please wear soft shoes. Cost

per person is $2. First session

free. Call Tania Smith at ACTIS

on 963 7070 or 027 540 5442 with

any inquiries.

Aranui/Wainoni Community

Centre

Risingholme Orchestra Open

Home

Thursday. 9.45am-noon

All players of an orchestral

instrument can join this group

of 55 enthusiasts as they prepare

for the end of year concert. The

programme has a distinctive

operatic influence and includes

the Der Fledermaus Overture

and Ballet Suite as well as the

overture to Pirates of Penzance.

Bring your instrument and, if

possible, a music stand. There is

no cost for a fun morning. For

further details, call 348 2845 or

email risingholme.orch@gmail.

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Linwood

College

PERSONALISED

PATHWAYS

TO SUCCESS

2018 Student Leaders: 1st Row: Vai Mariner, Crystal Mehlhopt, Jenna Hollis, Leeah Mullany, Sarah Moana Wooff-Smyth

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

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

Enrolling now for 2018

Principal’s Report

Striking the Stage

Kia ora koutou. Talofa.

Kia Orana. Malo e

lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa

atu. Namaste and

Kumusta. Greetings

to our Community.

Earlier in the year,

I wrote about the

principle of collaboration and its importance

to our students as they prepare for the global

world in which they will live their lives. This is

because the global world requires effective

interaction with others. IQ alone is not enough.

Our Emotional Intelligence (EI) – also matters.

I also discussed that we now know through

neuro-science that IQ-smartness is not fixed

but can grow. Effort makes us stronger. In

schools this is sometimes called ‘growth

mindsets’. For more information on this please

see https://www.mindsetworks.com/science/

I raise these points again at the end of Term 3

as our focus even more tightly centres on

our senior students’ success in their Yr 11-13

Career Pathway and for the juniors, their Year

7-10 Learning Pathway.

Meet the Mayor

Nineteen Linwood College students attended

the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver

Award Ceremony with the Honourable Lianne

Dalziel, Christchurch’s Mayor. This prestigious

event was held at the Mayoral Office.

At Linwood College we want our students

to have both the necessary NCEA success

in knowledge and content-skills, and also

leadership and employability expertise. IQ and

EQ – the whole person. This is reinforced by the

following seven qualities that NZ employers

are essential for career development:

1. Positive attitude

2. Communication

3. Teamwork

4. Self-management

5. Willingness to learn

6. Thinking skills

(problem solving and decision making)

7. Resilience

The message is that academic and social

learning support one another in personalised

pathways, career development and lifesuccess.

This message is at the heart of

Linwood College of 2017 and beyond.

Finally, schools can be complicated places.

If for any reason you would like to talk to me

about anything, please contact the office so we

can arrange this. My door is open.

Ngamihinui – best wishes,

Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki (Principal)

We congratulate these students on their

efforts and again thank Chris Allan from the

Joshua Foundation for his mentorship and

tremendous commitment to Christchurch

youth.

The Year 11 production, ‘Harbouring Ghosts’ was a

fantastic, eerie performance. Through this, students

explored the healing of past mistakes.

It was then the Year 12/13 classes' turn to take the stage.

They tackled an adaption of Hamlet, ‘Ophelia Thinks

Harder’. This was an extremely challenging performance

which students handled with finesse.

Stars in the Making

In 2016, twelve Linwood College students

acted as extras in ‘The Changeover’, a movie

filmed and set in Christchurch’s Eastern

suburbs.

Prom Night 2017

For many Seniors the 2017 ‘American Prom’

was the highlight of the year’s social calendar.

Magic was in the air and everyone was dressed

to the nines - dancing the night away with

flashing tambourines and Mickey Mouse ears.

It was truly a special occasion, full of smiles,

Based on a novel by Margaret Mahy and

starring Timothy Spall and Lucy Lawless, this

comes out in theatres on September 28.

Get down and support our local talent.

friendship and laughter and one which our

students will never forget.

Staff working at Twiggers said that it was

a pleasure to be part of such an enjoyable

occasion. They were extremely complimentary

towards our students’ positive demeanor.

ELL at the Zoo

Photos: Daniel Chew Photography

Front Row: Thor Russell, Jack Triggs, Damien Arps. Back Row: Ms Larisha Toomey, Makayla Austin, Aaron

Skow, Jamie Hosking, Kyle Amer, Honorable Mayor Lianne Dalziel, Jacob Tait, Moahengi Ngauamo, Pritesh

Nair, Joshua Galang, Orion Tipuna, Chris Allan (Joshua Foundation) Not present in photo: Jade Lindsay,

Lilyanah-Rose Mato, Jordan Meaclem, Jakhaan Pitama-Dwyer, Piper Stewart and Gloria Sua.

The Wonders of Science

Ninety English Language Learning

students gathered with excitement

recently for their 2017 excursion to Orana

Park. It was an unseasonably sunny day

and the two busloads of students had a

wonderful excursion.

Science discoveries

cause wonder

and amazement

for ‘Team Kea’, a

class of innovative

students from Te

Waka Unua School

who visited the

College recently.

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SPORTS

LEADER: Tahu

Kaa-Goodwillie

leads the haka

for Christchurch

Boys’ High

School’s first XV.

Boys’ High nurture promising Maori star

Aranui’s Tahu Kaa-Goodwillie has been selected in

the under-18 Maori side after a solid season with UC

Championship-winning Christchurch Boys’ High School.

He talks to Andrew King about almost heading to

Auckland after being spotted at an intermediate sevens

tournament

Tahu Kaa-Goodwillie has been

playing the sport he loves since

age four and the hard work has

paid off with his inclusion in the

under-18 Maori side.

The 17-year-old, whose iwi

is both Ngati Porou and Ngai

Tahu, was a standout performer

in this year’s UC Championship

at second-five with a number of

line breaks and a huge defensive

workload cementing his spot in

the starting Christchurch Boys’

High School side and earning

him a call-up for higher honours.

But he could have been busting

tackles in Auckland.

His talent was identified when

he was 12 by talent scouts from

a couple of Auckland schools

at the 2012 AIMS Games in

Tauranga, where he was playing

sevens for Chisnallwood Intermediate.

He was offered a full scholarship

to St Kentigern College,

Auckland, which prompted him

to talk with then coach and PE

teacher Jared Mitchell about

what he should do.

“I had no idea what to tell him

so I got High School Old Boys

coach Aaron Mauger to have a

chat with him about the pros and

cons of going north or staying

here,” Mitchell said.

Kaa-Goodwillie was planning

on heading to CBHS, but the

offer from Auckland gave him

another option to consider.

A meeting with CBHS headmaster

Nic Hill, school sports

co-ordinator Steven Dodds and

Mauger outlined that he could

have the best of both worlds,

great education and a chance to

play in a well-respected rugby

team.

“Aaron told him you don’t

need to be in Auckland to be an

All Black. But we said it would

not just be rugby, school work

came first,” Mr Hill said.

Kaa-Goodwillie said the decision

to stay in Canterbury was so

he could be close to family, but

the Auckland offer was hard to

turn down.

“But it has worked out pretty

good for me,” he said.

He stayed with his uncle

Stewart Kaa for two years on

Rata St, Fendalton, less than 1km

from CBHS, so he was in the

zone to attend the high school

before moving back home with

START: Tahu Kaa-Goodwillie’s passion for rugby started at the

Linwood Rugby Club in 2004. He said he would like to play for

the club again one day.

PHOTOS: TANIA KAA

his mother Tania Kaa and father

Karlin Goodwillie in Parklands.

His form this year earned him

selection in the Crusaders Junior

Knights development camp

held at St Andrew’s College in

July before being selected in the

Junior Knights who lost 25-10 in

a curtainraiser match against the

under-18 Hurricanes side.

He has been involved in Metro

representative rugby since age 13.

He trialled and missed out

on the New Zealand Schools

team this year but said making

the Maori team is a fantastic

stepping stone for him as it has

always been his dream to play

rugby professionally.

“With the Maori team, we get

to play more games compared to

the New Zealand Schools side.

So that has been a bit of blessing

in disguise,” he said.

Kaa-Goodwillie played for

the Linwood Rugby Club until

age 11, before playing for the

Christchurch Football Club until

high school. He now plays for

CBHS’s first XV.

“The move to Christchurch

Football Club was to develop me

as a player. I will always have a

soft spot for Linwood, though,

and I am considering a return

to play there one day,” Kaa-

Goodwillie said.

The Christchurch club was

CHARGE:

Kaa-Goodwillie

had a great

season with

CBHS and

was a big

part of the

side’s second

consecutive

UC

Championship

title this year.

formed in 1863 and is the oldest

club in the country, producing

32 All Blacks including Richie

McCaw.

CBHS first XV coach Danny

Porte said Kaa-Goodwillie is an

impressive ball-runner.

“He is a very physical when

carrying the ball into contact

and is a direct physical threat to

the defensive line,” he said.

“He has great footwork and

great leg drive and is very

professional about the way he

goes about things on and off the

field.”

He was in the gym last week

when the call came through

that he had been included in the

Maori side.

“It hasn’t really soaked in yet,

but for me, it was a satisfying end

to the season and a great reward

for all hard work that I had put

in over the year,” he said.

Kaa-Goodwillie, who measuring

185cm and weighing in at

91kg is one of the quickest players

in the current CBHS team,

said he looks up to players like

Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan

Crotty.

The under-18 Maori team will

play the New Zealand Schools

Barbarians on Monday in

Palmerston North before taking

on Tonga Schools in Porirua on

October 6.

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Melanoma Deadlier

Than Road Fatalities

Summer is around the corner, and it brings with it the

temptation for some to “pre-tan” using artificial UV

tanning equipment; but is it really worth the risk?

More people die from melanoma

each year than are killed

annually in road crashes.

This statistic was part of

a comprehensive submission made to

parliament’s Health Select Committee which

is considering outlawing sunbeds for people

under the age of 18 years.

The submission was made by Accuro

Health Insurance, established in the 1970s as

a private insurer for the public health sector.

Today it trades as a private health insurer

with a widespread, general membership.

Accuro, in supporting the submission

made by the New Zealand Dermatological

Society, pointed to a New Zealand Cancer

Society figure of 324 deaths from melanoma

in 2010. According to the NZ Road Transport

Agency there were 253 road deaths for the 12

months to February 2014 and 303 for the 12

months to February 2015.

In highlighting the figure, CEO Geoff

Annals emphasised the serious nature of

the disease and his submission drew the

committee’s attention to the financial, social

and personal costs of skin cancer.

He quoted Cancer Society figures which

report that New Zealand, along with

Australia, has amongst the highest melanoma

rates in the world. In 2010 melanoma was

the fourth most common cancer with 2,341

registered cases and the sixth most common

cause of death from cancer.

The Cancer Society further reports that

skin cancer currently costs this country

about $123 million annually.

Geoff Annals says research by the Centre

for Disease Control showed the introduction

of seat belts reduced serious crash related

injuries and deaths by about half and banning

artificial UV tanning services is warranted

on the same public health grounds as the

compulsory seat belt legislation.

While Accuro’s submission related to a ban

for people under 18 years, it supports the

introduction of a total ban on commercial

artificial UV tanning.

“As a health insurer grounded in the public

health sector, we are strongly committed

to supporting the effectiveness of publicly

funded health services and better health

outcomes for all New Zealanders,” Geoff

Annals says.

A leading New Zealand dermatologist, Dr

Louise Reiche, who also made submissions

to the Health Select Committee, says she’s

treating many young people, especially

women in their 20s and 30s, with melanomas

resulting from commercial sunbed exposure.

She says clients typically lie naked on

their sunbeds and expose skin to radiation

emitted from UV lamps which can be up to

13 times greater than the peak summer sun.

She’s now treating people with cancer of the

genital skin which is more vulnerable to skin

cancer development.

“The medical profession is run off their

feet with people presenting themselves with

skin cancers causing the public health system

to be overwhelmed,” Dr Reiche says.

“The waiting list is three to four months

for urgent cases and, during the delay, the

cancers are growing. This results in poorer

health outcomes and more complex and

expensive procedures.”

Geoff Annals quoted Cancer

Society figures which report

that New Zealand, along

with Australia, has amongst

the highest melanoma

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melanoma was the fourth

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the sixth most common

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REAL ESTATE

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Help us keep the

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The Christchurch City Council

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Royal this Sunday!

Furnishing a vintage twist

on modern pop songs, the

New York based collective is

back in NZ by popular

demand following two

successful tours over the last

two years.

Created by Scott Bradlee, the

rotating collective of

Postmodern Jukebox has spent

the past few years amassing

more than 600 million YouTube views and 2+

million subscribers, performed on “Good

Morning America,” topped iTunes and Billboard

charts and played hundreds of shows to packedhouse

crowds around the world. As NPR put it,

they've done this by “taking current Top 40 hits

and re-imagining them as coming from older

eras of popular music.”

The mastermind behind the group, Scott

Bradlee has turned Postmodern Jukebox into a

juggernaut by building an incredible grassroots

movement around the act. He continues to pick

the songs, create the arrangements and shows,

and puts together the performers - which

includes some notable names alongside

phenomenal "undiscovered" talent. e group

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“We will be bringing a fabulous

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Don’t miss this opportunity to see

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local companies exhibiting at the

Expo we have a large number of

national companies who will travel

to Christchurch from all around

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local women their products. This

is a great chance for women to

stop, relax and spoil themselves

for one weekend”.

Brandhouse will return to the

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sample from their fabulous range and

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A new exhibitor to the show is The Lip

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business that can help you customize

your own lipstick in your favourite

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you can watch the girls at The Lip

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A popular section of the show is

the large Artisan Craft Zone. With

some favourite companies appearing

every year and new companies

featuring, it’s the perfect spot to

find original crafts and creations.

Crafter Alexander will travel to

the show all the way from Marton

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