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Computers through generations

• By Sophie Cornish

IN 1992, Tim Bell taught

computer science to primary

school pupils – without a

computer.

The computer age was in its

infancy and there were very few

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around for school children to

use.

So teaching them about

computer science was all

worksheet-orientated.

Now 25 years later,

Professor Bell (above) has won

an international award for his

contribution to computer science

education.

The Dallington man will

recieve the award in Baltimore in

February next year at the largest

computing education conference

worldwide, The SIGCSE Technical

Symposium.

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Along with other colleagues,

Prof Bell led the development of

Computer Science Unplugged,

a system of activities which

allows students to learn about

computer science, without computers.

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Parliament Buildings, Wellington

Central

Brighton

school site

may be

sold to

developers

• By Sophie Cornish

THE CENTRAL New Brighton

School site could be sold to

private developers.

A community meeting will be

held tomorrow, with a key focus

being the future of the Roy Stokes

Hall which is on the site.

There is concern the hall will

be also demolished as part of any

new development on the Seaview

Rd site.

Said Renew Brighton manager

Sylvia Smyth: “The hall was built

for and has always functioned as

both a community and school asset.

It has been a treasured by the

community for over 40 years, including

serving as an emergency

centre after the February, 2011,

earthquake.”

“The site is destined for sale

and the community have not

been consulted at all in this process.

We have asked for a pause

in this process so that the community

has the space and time

to decide what comes next,” said

Miss Smyth.

Renew Brighton will host

tomorrow’s meeting with the

Christchurch Circus Trust, which

leases the hall.

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THERE’S ANOTHER Warren

Hawke surf book for the coffee

table this Christmas.

The evergreen New Brighton

photographer has just published

another gem, full of surfers and

other local surfing tidbits (see

page 7). It takes an in depth look

at Scarborough Beach with its specialist

Malibu-style waves, surfing

personalities, local board riding

clubs and international surfing

event, ‘The Single Fin Mingle’.

New Brighton, Waikuku and a

secret bay on Banks Peninsula also

feature. The bay hasn’t been named

in the book. Hawke said he wants

to keep it for the surfers who know

how good it is.

Fair enough Warren, I’ll keep

a lid on it too in this column for

those who have gone there for

many years. I’m sure those who

can ride those pretty impressive

waves won’t want it congested.

–Barry Clarke

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Rockabilly venue in doubt

• By Sophie Cornish

ROCKABILLY Show and Shine’s

future at Rawhiti Domain may be

in doubt.

The annual event which brings

more than 8000 people to the

domain may have to find a new

venue if the Christchurch

Archery Club get their wish.

Event

organiser Robbie

Baigent (left)

said for the

past two years

organisers have

fought to keep

the event at the

domain and have struggled to

find a suitable date for next year’s

event.

Mr Baigent was required to

confirm the dates for the event

with every group which uses the

domain.

All agreed to support the

event, except for the archery club,

which said no to every date organisers

put forward, Mr Baigent

said.

“For us to change these dates,

it will split our audience and

attendees making the event nonviable

for us and in course taking

away from our community,” Mr

Baigent said.

ISSUES: For the Rockabilly’s Show and Shine event held at Rawhiti Domain if they continue

to clash with the Christchurch Archery Club which has concerns about noise and health and

safety.

The archery club suggested

one date to the Rockabilly

organisers; however, it was not

suitable for them.

The club has concerns for

noise and health and safety.

Club president Dave Henshaw

said the group wants to work

with all parties involved to reach

a suitable outcome, however,

noise is a big concern.

“Our events are controlled by

what is called a national judge

and the national judge is the

person who can say ‘yay’ or ‘nay’

if anything goes wrong because

of certain safety requirements

and noise. The archers need to

hear any controls for safety that

are shouted out by the national

judge.”

Mr Henshaw said the noise

at the recent event was “exceptional.”

“We could not have held

a national event on that day

because of the noise. However,

we are still trying to come to

grips with it and find a way we

can accommodate all,” said Mr

Henshaw.

The group called noise control

on the event which took place on

November 11.

The city council completed

noise testing and found the

event met with noise requirements.

Mr Baigent is calling on the

community to let the city council

know how much the event means

for New Brighton.

He submitted an application to

city council on Friday to secure a

date for next year’s event.

More than $5000 was raised

from this year’s event to go back

into the community.

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The city council is currently

preparing the next Long Term

Plan. Coastal-Burwood Ward

councillor David East said this is

the best time to address the issue

of roading. Cr East is asking for

residents of east Christchurch to

help him compile a list of the five

worst roads in the area that need

repairs. He will then collate the

results and present a list to city

council in order of priority.

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Drive/Travis Rd/New Brighton

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Transport Agency media manager

Frances Adank said it is yet to be

decided whether the rabbits will

be culled or caught and released.

There have been recent concerns

about adults and children crossing

the busy roads to look at the

rabbits.

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End the stigma around epilepsy

November

is Epilepsy

Awareness

Month,

Coastal-

Burwood

Ward city

councillor

Glenn Livingstone speaks

about his experience with

the condition

I was first diagnosed with

epilepsy at 19.

I’m now 54 and have not let the

condition hold me back, in fact

I’ve used it as a springboard to set

goals and achieve them.

Leading up to the diagnosis,

I could not work out why I was

having uncontrollable twitches

when falling asleep.

At a 1983 Youth Easter Camp

I had a seizure, where I blacked

out and was taken to hospital

with concussion and a suspected

broken nose.

My worried parents waited

while an electroencephalogram

revealed the spikes of the ‘extra’

electricity in my brain.

Following this, I was diagnosed

with myoclonic epilepsy. I was

put on medication, which I’ve remained

on since, in order to keep

the epilepsy under control.

One of the consequences of this

newly-acquired condition was

not being able to drive for two

years.

It also meant cycling with a

helmet. Cycling wearing a yellow

helmet in Palmerston North in

1983 was a novel experience for

everyone, both me and the locals.

“Hey skid-lid”, or “moon-head”

were all part of the experience of

passing motorists in Palmy.

Shortly after I was diagnosed

and told someone about it, they

said: “Oh, you’re an epileptic.”

It was that labelling that was to

become the impetus for me to set

goals and pursue them.

In February, I will be taking

part in my seventh Coast to

Coast event with MP Poto Williams.

If you see someone having a

seizure and lying on the ground,

ensure that they do not come

into contact with any furniture

if inside and that they can’t hurt

themselves.

Once the seizure is finished,

depending on the severity of it,

check that they’re able to breathe

without any obstructions in their

mouth.

They will probably be able

to talk to you but may be a bit

groggy. In some cases they may

need medical attention but every

person and every case is different.

Those of us with epilepsy, our

family and friends, want to be

accepted. We should all work to

put an end to the stigma around

it.

Those of us with epilepsy have

extra electricity in our brains!

So employ us, be cool with us

and above all, give us a chance.

Readers respond to an

article about city council

not turning off the Wi-Fi

at New Brighton library to

minimise loitering and antisocial

behaviour

David Neal – Play audible

children’s books where they

congregate. The kids will love it,

the restaurant customers will be

okay with it and I bet loiterers

won’t be.

Sara Spencer – Our library

had a problem with teenagers

loitering and smoking weed out

the front. They just started playing

classical music quite loudly

out the front and they’re all gone

now. That simple.

Cathryn Lucy – If you

think Wi-Fi and audio will

stop things, you really need to

rethink and realise it’s 2017.

Everyone has their own data and

headphones to listen to whatever

they want, and if noise is so loud

that it’s annoying, it will annoy

all patrons too.

Renate En Rolie Geleyns

– Disappointing the council

can’t be more helpful to solve

this issue . . . it’s never that hard

to find solutions just always

bureaucratic nonsense to work

with . . . flick the switch and

solve the problem for goodness

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Nichola Tyson – They have

caused a whole lot of damage to

the lobby and lifts, spray painted

over the security cameras etc

. . . a solution needs to be found,

I was so against the free Wi-Fi as

had an inkling that this would

happen, so no surprises here.

Mykel Holmes – So everyone

needs punished cause of a

few idiots? Disgusting that’s how

the world works these days.

Blair Woodhouse – Give

them an alternative safe place to

hang out then?

Jasmin Couch – Hide the

Wi-Fi password in books.

Susan Gerrets – Man the

police station.

Julian Visch – Add a quota

per user.

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Surf lifesaving trailer thefts

• By Sophie Cornish

Scotty

Roberts

SPECIALISED SURF lifesaving

trailers have been stolen from a

storage shed in New Brighton.

The thefts have angered Surf

Life Saving New Zealand, which

says it won’t be able to replace

them for the summer.

Said SLSNZ sports manager

Scotty Roberts:

“For the last 15

years, we’ve never

had any problems,

but in the last two

weeks, we’ve been

hit by two breakins

and case of

vandalism.”

“All the stuff that

we have in there

we have to fund for, so even as a

national body, we still fund for

gear and, yes, it’s all insured

. . . it’s just more the

inconvenience and the fact

that they are stealing from a

voluntary organisation whose job

is to help and save people,” said

Mr Roberts.

Two SLSNZ trailers were stolen

from the Owles Tce compound

on October 29.

Following this, security was

increased and new locks were

added.

Then, on November 6, another

break-in occurred, this time the

GONE: Surf club members with specialised trailers that have

been stolen from a storage shed in New Brighton.

thieves bypassed the locks and

took the gate off by its hinges.

An IRB trailer belonging to

North Beach Surf Club was

taken, along with a canoe

trailer owned by the South New

Brighton Surf Club.

The thieves attempted to steal

a third trailer which had a wheel

lock, so they let the tyres down.

Paddles and a laptop were also

taken from a Waka Ama storage

facility next door on the same

night.

Police are asking for anyone

who may know anything about

the thefts or the whereabouts of

the trailers to come forward.

THE SOUTHSHORE Residents

Association is looking for

funding for an automated

external defibrillator.

Currently in the Southshore

and South New Brighton

communities, there is only

one AED available at South

New Brighton School which

can be used during school

hours.

The residents’ association has

identified the need for another

one which is available 24 hours

a day, seven days a week.

The next closest option for an

AED is in New Brighton, where

there are six.

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RESPONSE: The Southshore Residents Association has

requested funding for an external defibrillator.

Defibrillator funding needed

South Brighton Holiday Park

is willing to host the AED, if

funding is granted.

The residents’ association has

submitted an application to the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board’s Discretionary Response

Fund, however, the city council

is recommending the community

board decline the application

for $2900.

There are around 500 houses

in Southshore and 1700 in

South New Brighton.

The 2017/2018 Discretionary

Response Fund has a total

budget of $93,838 and $20,750

has been granted to date.

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Surfing identities feature in new book

Fire rages, homes at risk

SOUTHSHORE’S Dylan

Wood is among local surfers

and identities in a new Warren

Hawke book.

NZ Surf: The Collection – Vol

1 takes an in-depth look at surfing

in New Zealand and New

Brighton is a common feature.

The coffee table book containing

more than 500 photos and

60,000 words features surfing

events, including The Ray White

New Brighton Duke Festival of

Surfing.

The festival has quickly grown

to become the biggest surfing

competition in New Zealand,

said Mr Hawke.

There is a section dedicated to

New Brighton Boardriders life

member Iain Buchanan, a five

time New Zealand Open Champion

who is currently travelling

the world as a head judge on the

European and Hawaiian legs of

the World Qualifying Series and

as the ‘Priority Judge’ on The

World Championship Tour.

The section provides insight

into what it takes to compete at

this level.

The pier features several times

including a photographic piece

entitled Moods of The Pier which

features shots of several local

New Brighton surfers on big

waves breaking along both sides

of the pier.

Mr Hawke considers the pier

to be an excellent platform to

shoot off.

“In the right conditions

the surf can look world class.

Capturing the best action with

interesting light is always a goal

and sometimes it all comes together

if you are persistent,” said

Mr Hawke.

Surfer Keiry Bennett, labelled

by Mr Hawke as a ‘local celebrity,’

also features.

Mr Bennett first surfed New

Brighton beach on hollow plywood

boards in the late 1950s

and is now the owner of Exit Surf

in Ferrymead.

It is Mr Warren’s second

surfing book, published by CPL

Media in Auckland, which

specialises in beach and surfing

publications.

The book has a limited print

run with the plan to sell it out

and do no reprint.

Copies of the book are available

from local surf and clothing

shops as well as good book shops.

CELEBRITY: A new Warren

Hawke book features many

local surfers.

CURL: Warren Hawke said in his new surfing book, NZ Surf:

The Collection – Vol 1 that the New Brighton pier offers a great

platform for surfers to shoot off. Local surfers including Southshore’s

Dylan Wood feature.

BREAKERS: New Brighton’s Will Newman is one of many local

surfers to feature in the book.

Computer science through the generations

•From page 1

The programme, which is

used around the world, focuses

on binary numbers, algorithms

and data compression and has

been translated into 25 different

languages.

A visit to his son’s year 1 class to

talk about his profession sparked

the idea.

“I was aware from my son

about the people before me, in

particular a cop, who came

along with his car and a

nurse who brought fake

blood, so as a computer

scientist the challenge was

getting kids to actually be

interested in computer science.

“But then it went down really

well and I kept being invited back

for more sessions,” said Prof

Bell (left).

The challenge was to

find an engaging and

interesting way to teach

computer science,

something Prof Bell was

determined to achieve.

“Someone might say, well,

obviously, you can’t teach computer

science to five-year-olds

and so I thought well okay,

lets see if we can . . . it’s

definitely about rising to that

challenge.”

Shirley Primary School,

Banks Avenue School and

Chisnallwood Intermediate

School were some of the first to

trial the system.

“The local Christchurch schools

have been a very big part of

what has become a well-known

international programme …

being Kiwi schools, I feel they

are more open to new ideas and

making stuff happen,” said Prof

Bell.

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SOUTHSHORE / SOUTH NEW BRIGHTON

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Tuesday November 21 2017

News

Former

Brighton

school site

could be

sold to

developers

•From page 1

The school was closed at the

end of 2015. The Ministry of

Education is in the process of

disposing of the site.

Crown agencies and Nagi

Tahu have said no to buying it,

leaving the way clear for private

developers to move in.

The hall was completed in

1977 after a large fundraising

effort from the school

committee, which raised

$108,000 of the $150,000 it cost

to establish the hall.

“Hundreds” of members of

the community took part in the

fund-raising effort, led by the

school’s committee chairman

Roy Stokes, said Miss Smyth.

The school committee,

along with members of the

community, ran housie nights

twice a week for 15 years to raise

the money.

• By Sophie Cornish

AN ARANUI woman has raised

more than $1000 so far to help

isolated communities in the

South Pacific.

Raechel Keepa ran the Tarawera

50k ultra-marathon on

November 11 in a ‘mamas’ dress

to raise funds for Marine Reach

medical ships.

A ‘mamas’ dress is traditionally

known as an aelan dress and

is long and made almost entirely

from polyester material, making

it hot and bulky.

“My dress was a common

topic of conversation along the

way with people taking photos

of my give-a-little blog I had

pinned to my hydration pack, to

supporters along the way giving

me donations when stopping at

aid stations,” said Mrs Keepa.

Mrs Keepa is a nurse and

has served on one of the ships,

Pacific Hope, twice both in 2016

and this year.

The ships serve isolated

communities with care from

dentists, doctors, nurses,

occupational therapists and

physiotherapists.

Her love for the people of Vanuatu

pushed forward with the

challenging task.

“The Ni Van people steal a

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piece of your heart. They live in

these impoverished conditions

and they are so generous,” said

Mrs Keepa.

Mrs Keepa ran in the

traditional dress gifted to her

during her last visit to Vanuatu,

to raise awareness for the men,

women and children who often

walk for up to 4-5 hours over

mountainous terrain to seek

medical assistance from the

ships.

The ships only come every 4-6

months.

Mrs Keepa’s campaign focuses

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Nurse dressed up for $1000 run

LONG DISTANCE: Raechel Keepa ran the Tarawera 50k ultra-marathon to raise money for the

Marine Reach medical ships.

Fire rages, homes at risk

on Pacific Hope and is called

Fuelling Hope, as fuel is the

greatest expense for these

ships.

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SCHOOLS

FRIENDSHIP

TROUBLE: Zoe

Rhoades (left) and

Charlotte Stringer

produced Comfort

Food, a film about

losing friendships.

Avonside actress takes award in

her film about broken friendship

• By Sophie Cornish

AN AVONSIDE Girls’ High

student won best actress in a film

she created about her experience

with losing a friend.

Zoe Rhoades and classmate,

Charlotte Stringer, produced a

short film, Comfort Food, which

was screened at The School

Shorts: Screen Competition 2017.

The film follows the main character

Hazel (Zoe) through her

journey of grief and self discovery

after her close friend said she

wanted to end the friendship.

The film competition was run

for the first time this year and

organised by secondary school

media teachers and the New Zealand

Broadcasting School.

The year 12 students believe the

issue is not often touched on in

mainstream films.

“I think, typically, romantic

break-ups are generally portrayed

in films, but it’s not as common

to see friendship break-ups,” said

Zoe.

“These break-ups are generally

under-valued in society, yet it can

affect all parts of your life, just

the same way romantic relationships

do.”

Zoe was shocked to receive

the prize for her first acting

performance, which was “pretty

unexpected”.

The films in the compeititon

were required to be no longer

than 7min and the finalists’ films

were screened at Hoyts Riccarton.

Zoe received a $100 cash prize.

Avonside Girls’ High School

media studies teacher Rob Lay

was involved in organising the

competition and hopes it will

start an annual Canterbury-wide

film festival for secondary school

students.

A similar film festival called

Invision ran from 2004-2010

before being disrupted by the

earthquakes.

Zoe also won the overall prize

for the top student in media studies

for year 12 at Avonside.

The best film award went to a

St Andrew’s College film titled

Beginners.

• By Sophie Cornish

RAWHITI SCHOOL pupils have

raised more than $4500 for chairs

for Christchurch Hospital.

The pupils, aged 5 and 6 raised

the money for three Devon

recliner chairs for the children’s

ward.

Deputy principal Helen Hogarth

said the initiative was part

of the social science curriculum

which focused on “playing our

part to make the community a

better place.”

The pupils held a mufti-day,

spellathon and a market day to

raise funds.

Some even raised money in

their own time.

“Some of the pupils were having

lemonade stalls outside their

house and making things and

selling them to people who were

passing by. Of course, as soon as

PROUD: Pupils

at Rawhiti School

celebrate during

an assembly for

the funds raised

for the Devon

recliner chairs

which the school

donated to the

Christchurch

Hospital

children’s ward.

Pupils get chairs for hospital

people found out what they were

doing, they were giving them $20

for a cup of lemonade,” said Mrs

Hogarth.

Originally the 105 students

were raising money for just one

chair.

“In the end we raised enough

for three chairs and we were

totally blown away,” said Mrs

Hogarth.

Mrs Hogarth said the enthusiasm

from the students was what

made the fundraising go further.

“They loved it. They were so

engaged in what they were doing.

They were coming to school early

wanting to work on their market

day arts and crafts. They were

working on it through their break

times. They were so enthusiastic

about it.”

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Dilo Oil – The Remarkable

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Until Rachel

Hunter’s popular

TV series “TOUR

OF BEAUTY” Dilo

Oil was relatively

unknown, being one

of the best-kept secrets

of the Pacific Islands. It

may however be the number

one natural beauty oil available

as it possesses powerful natural skin

regeneration and healing properties.

According to ethnobotanist Chris

Kilham, Dilo (pronounced dee-lo)

Oil is a powerful skin regenerator as

it is one of the most effective agents

in promoting the regeneration and

formation of new tissue, thereby

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the growth of healthy skin. Dilo

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the benefits are exaggerated

and often only temporary or

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A fermented liquid health tonic offers an

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renowned for its curative properties.

In his popular book “ARTHRITIS and

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reports how he found that Vermonters

who regularly consumed ACV and Honey

had excellent health with many putting in

a vigorous day’s work on the farm even

when well into their eighties.

He also noted the effects of

ACV and H on arthritis to be

remarkable with many patients

reporting almost total relief

after taking a course of the

mixture. Dr. Jarvis surmised

that the acid and potassium

in cider vinegar counteracted

calcium deposits and helped

the body control calcium use.

He also noted that Vermonters

who consumed ACV and H

around meal time had excellent blood

pressure and circulation. The reason he

found was that protein foods thickened the

blood and vinegar thinned it. As the blood

thickens it cannot pass as easily and quickly

through the blood vessels and capillaries.

This poor blood flow would reduce cellular

health by limiting nutrients to the cells as

well as waste elimination from the cells.

To prevent cell damage the body naturally

increases blood pressure but this puts

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and heart. Having ACV and H with meals

will help prevent protein raising the blood

pressure. It also contributes to a feeling

of greater well-being because the thinner

blood circulates quickly and more easily

through the blood vessels. Dr. Jarvis found

regular consumption of CV and H to be

an excellent health tonic with numerous

health attributes.

ACV is highly nutritious as it contains all

the goodness of the apple in a form that is

readily accepted by the body. Good health

starts with good digestion

and assimilation of nutrients.

ACV taken before food will

stimulate and promote healthy

digestion and assimilation of

vital nutrients for good health.

A well-functioning digestive

system helps prevent disease

by neutralising any toxic

substances that enter the body.

It is important to note not

all ACV is produced in the

traditional way and results are

likely to prove disappointing with these

other vinegars.

Marshall’s Premium ACV and ACV

with 20% Manuka Honey is produced in

Canterbury from Organic whole apples in

the traditional way. It is double strength so

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2

NURSE MAUDE

Have-A-Go at Indoor

Bowls

Every Tuesday, 11am-

1.30pm

Indoor bowls for the

senior community. No

experience necessary and

all abilities welcome. Go

along to try it out. Please

wear soft shoes. Cost per

person is $2. First session

is free. Phone Tania Smith

at ACTIS on 963 7070, or

027 540 5442 with any

inquiries.

Aranui/Wainoni Community

Centre

Reading to Dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Encourage your children’s

reading skills in a

relaxed and fun environment.

The programme’s

animals 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 crafty side.

109 Aldershot St. Free

entry

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

An hour of fun playing

favourite games like minecraft,

charades, Connect

Four and Pictionary. Learn

and develop strategies in

new games such as dutch

blitz, heads up, hand and

foot, and group games.

Join in for X-box and PS4

tournaments. Take your

friends or meet some

new ones; all children

aged eight to 12 welcome.

No booking or payment

required.

Linwood Library, 1st floor

Eastgate Shopping Centre

Fiksate ‘Face Value’

Exhibition

Thursday and Fridays

1-5pm, Saturday 10-4pm

Fiksate Gallery warmly

invites you to the opening

of their next exhibition.

Face Value is a street art

and urban contemporary

art exhibition exploring

portraiture and will bring

together works from a

diverse range of local,

national, and international

artists to the Fiksake Gallery.

Go along and check

out a fantastic range of

artists using different

mediums and styles to interpret

what makes a face.

Opening night November

17. Running until December

17.

115 New Brighton Mall

Learner Licence Course

Friday, 9.30-11.30am

Get the knowledge and

confidence you need to

succeed when sitting your

learners licence test. This

course is delivered by

Literacy Christchurch who

provide 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, or the fee to sit

the actual test.

Aranui Library, 109

Aldershot St

Email sophie.cornish@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Linwood Library is

looking for readers

to join a daytime

book group. It is

held on the first

Tuesday of every

month, 11am-noon. It

is open to men and

women. Everyone

reads the same book

and gets together

the following month

to talk about it. Run

in conjunction with

Book Discussion

Scheme. Small fee.

Phone librarian

Andrea Lord for

details on 941 7923.

Eastgate Mall,

Buckleys Rd

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, includes afternoon tea.

Ascot Community Centre,

Ascot Ave, North New

Brighton

Seaside Market

Saturday, 10-2pm

Head to the seaside this

weekend and enjoy live

entertainment, great food,

fresh produce, artisan

bread, arts, crafts, jewellery

and more. With a bouncy

castle and free face-painting

for the littlies.

New Brighton Mall

Golden Oldies Movies

Monday, 1.30pm

Every Monday the New

Brighton Museum plays a

film classic and this week

it’s Road to Utopia by

Bing Crosby and Dorothy

Lamour (1945). The theme

is comedy, musical and

adventure. Running time

1hr 30min. $2 donation.

8 Hardy St

Eastside Gallery

Mon-Fri 11-4pm, Saturday

noon-3pm

Eastside Gallery proudly

presents ‘Trash to Treasure

2017.’ The Linwood Community

Arts Centre is once

again hosting the popular

‘Trash to Treasure’ exhibition

featuring artworks

made from recycled materials.

Go and check out

these amazing artworks,

all are welcome. Exhibition

runs until November 25.

Enquiries 981 2881.

Cnr Worcester St and

Stanmore Rd

Te Whare Roimata

annual fundraiser

Saturday, 9-12:30pm

The annual fundraiser

for Te Whare Roimata

Inner City East Community

Centre will be on this

weekend. Lots of bargains

and treasures to be had at

small prices, kitchenware,

linen, clothing, books,

plants, toys, bric-a-brac etc.

Refreshments available too.

Te Whare, 274 Gloucester

St.

Hours of care in

your cupboards

While the Nurse Maude Hospice Shops are

a well-known feature on the Christchurch

retail scene, no quite so well-known is its

equally successful counterpart, Maudes on

Trade Me.

Maudes on Trade Me sells everything

from antiques to sporting and household

items and is open 24 hours a day, seven

days a week with the proceeds of every

item supporting hours of care in the Nurse

Maude Hospice.

With up to 400 items a week being listed

and sold Maudes on Trade Me is totally

dependent on a steady stream of donated

goods.

So if it’s something you no longer want or

need the chances are it can raise money

for the Nurse Maude Hospice.

There has always been a strong

relationship between the

community and the Nurse

Maude Hospice.

That relationship is what makes

it possible for patients and their

families to be able to receive

care and support free of charge

at the Nurse Maude Hospice so

they can focus on what matters

rather than having to worry

about how they’re going to pay

for that care.

While smaller pieces can be

left for Maudes on Trade Me

at any of the Nurse Maude Hospice Shops

it is sometimes possible for larger or bulk

items to be picked up.

Just give them a call on 375 4643 or

email them at trademe.volunteers@

nursemaude.org.nz and they can let you

know if and when they can pick them up.


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HEALTH & BEAUTY

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Love your dentures

Is it time to swap your generic denture appearance

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Internationally renowned dental

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His special point of difference is

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Architecture, the structure and shape of

a patient’s face that is often lost following

years of wearing dentures.

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occlusion (the way the teeth come

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An intricate knowledge and

understanding of facial features allows

Richard to return facial tissues back to the

correct position, reform lips, and restore

beauty and confidence.

Richard provides a friendly, discreet

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Carmen, a recent patient said in a

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Since he started making teeth in

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Richard also creates porcelain crowns

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dental professionals.

A beautiful new Lovebite smile

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STRAWBERRY AND

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Ingredients

½ cup Marshmallows, small

350g Sugar

500g Strawberries, hulled

6 Eggs, 4 yolks, 2 whole

2 cups Cream, thick

500g Strawberries, fresh, for

garnish

Directions

To prepare the tin, line a narrow

terrine mould about 30cm

x 10cm with plastic wrap. Set

some of the marshmallows along

the bottom with some strawberry

slices.

Place the strawberries in a

saucepan with half the sugar.

Bring to a gentle simmer over a

low heat. The juices will come

out, so there is no need to add

water. Simmer for no more

than 2min, then remove from

the heat and mash or purée the

mixture.

Return it to the pan and set

aside. Use an electric beater to

whisk the egg yolks and whole

eggs with the remaining sugar

until thick and mousse-like.

Return the strawberry and sugar

mixture to the heat and bring to

a simmer. With the beater still

running, tip this hot mixture

into the eggs and continue

whisking until it is really thick

and well incorporated. The hot

sugar and strawberries “cook”

the egg yolk, so it is not raw.

Whip the cream until it reaches

soft peaks, then fold it gently

through. Add the remaining

marshmallows to the mixture.

Spoon it into the prepared tin.

Cover with plastic wrap and

freeze for at least 24 hours. To

serve, cut the parfait into slices,

surround with sliced strawberries

and place in a cup.

HOW TO ROAST THE

PERFECT WHOLE LEG OF

LAMB

Whole leg of lamb

1-2 tbsp oil

Rock salt

Freshly ground black pepper

4-5 sprigs fresh rosemary

Take the lamb out of the fridge

30min before cooking to allow

it to come to room temperature.

Preheat the oven to 170 deg C.

Place a wire rack in a roasting

tray, place the lamb on the rack

and brush the meat with the oil

and then season with the rock

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REAL ESTATE

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Auction: Thursday, 30 November 2017 Unless Sold Prior

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Prepare

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FOLLOWING on from their amazing concert in

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Taking place at Haeata Community Campus on

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showcase of the year’s work.

StarJam is an award winning non-profit

national organisation that empowers youth

with disabilities through music and

performance workshops.

One in five New Zealanders is living with a

disability. at means approximately 150,000

young people with disabilities are facing

considerable barriers in their lives. StarJam

believes this is something that can be changed.

rough music and performance workshops,

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Zealanders and provides opportunities for them

to explore their talents, gain new skills and

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disabilities through performance opportunities

here in Christchurch and nationwide. rough

END OF YEAR

StarJam, hundreds of young people with

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e 2017 End of Year Concert, is the

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ere is a pre-concert Community BBQ

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