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Woman recognised for a

lifetime of helping others

• By Tom Doudney

A MOTHER’S kindness and

her upbringing in a large family

set St Martins resident Lynda

Macdonald on the path to a

lifetime of helping others.

Yesterday, she received the

Queen’s Service Medal for services

to the community.

Mrs Macdonald worked

voluntarily as a Strengthening

Families facilitator for more than

eight years, and was appointed to

a number of social welfare panels

in the 1990s such as the Care and

Protection Resource panel that

monitored and advised social

workers.

She has been involved in governance

and management roles

in the Catholic Church since

the 1980s and tutored Catholic

students and their parents on

sexuality for more than seven

years.

Mrs Macdonald said she was

taken aback when she heard she

was to receive the honour.

“I’ve done nothing startling,

I’ve just done what was needed to

be done in front of me,” she said.

“I have been a mum and a

grandmother and probably tried

to be a good neighbour and good

friend to people and that’s about

it.”

She said growing up in a big

family with a kind mother had

been a key influence in giving the

amount of time and energy she

had to various initiatives.

“We were taught always to treat

others as you would like to be

treated so if I had a sense that I

could make a difference to someone,

I would do it.”

Her community work began

when, as a 25-year-old mother of

three, she was instrumental in

setting up a Plunket home visiting

group in Avonside.

From there she kept being

asked to help with more and

more initiatives.

Later, Mrs Macdonald was a

co-ordinator of Heartland Services,

a prototype organisation

developed to promote access to

government and NGO services,

which was nominated for a United

Nations Award.

In 2007, she received the

Riccarton-Wigram Community

Board Certificate of Community

Service.

She is also a justice of the peace

and marriage celebrant.

One of the things she had

found most rewarding was her

time working for Barnardos

when she ran parenting courses

in the Christchurch men’s and

women’s prisons.

INFLUENCE: Lynda Macdonald was awarded the Queen’s Service Medal yesterday for her

lifetime of working with a number of community-focused organisations and initiatives.

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Inside

SOUTHERN VIEW

FROM

THE

EDITOR’S

DESK News............................3, 5 & 8

Today we celebrate those among

us who have achieved something

special. The Queen’s Birthday

Honours List has been released

and on it are a few familiar faces.

See the list on page 6.

Otautahi Creative Spaces Trust

manager Kim Morton is also

someone adding value to our

community. She made the shift

from training as a lawyer after the

February 22, 2011, earthquake to

using art as a therapy to reduce

social isolation. Read about her

in Our People.

Earlier this year people were divided

when the central city speed

limits were reduced to 30km/h.

Now the city council has released

a number of suburban streets

where the speed limits could

change. See what roads could be

affected on page 8.

Enjoy your week.

– Shelley Robinson

CONTACT US

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Ph: 371 0780 • tom.doudney@starmedia.kiwi

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MOVING MISHAPS AT ECAN OFFICE

Moving can be a pain – but at least two

Environment Canterbury staff members

felt it more than most when the regional

council shifted into its new Tuam St

offices in April.

Within the first two weeks, one

person walked into the glass surround

of the revolving door on the ground

level, receiving a bruised temple

and a headache.

A second person walked into the glass

balustrade on the ground floor stairs

bruising their upper arm. Both were put

on light duties for two days.

ECan spokeswoman Katherine

Trought said moving 406 staff into a new

office building was a little like moving

into a new house, “where you bump

into things until you work out how to

navigate your way around.”

Your Local Views..........4

Honours...............................6-7

Your Local Schools..10

Community Events......15

Health & Beauty......... 17

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Sport.................................. 21

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Speed limit for city streets on cards

• By Tom Doudney

A PROPOSAL to reduce speed

limits to 30km/h for a number

of Addington streets could

soon be back on the table.

Spreydon Heathcote Community

Board chairwoman

Karolin Potter plans to suggest

that the speed limit be

imposed on streets inside the

area bordered by Lincoln Rd,

Moorhouse Ave, Selwyn St and

Brougham St.

If other board members support

her at tomorrow’s meeting,

the board will raise the matter

with the city council.

The board had made the

same proposal 18 months ago,

but the city council rejected it.

Mrs Potter said most of the

streets were not wide enough

for two cars to pass each other

without difficulty and a lower

speed limit was appropriate.

She was particularly keen to

see speed limits reduced in the

streets surrounding St Mary’s

Church, due to the damage

which had been caused by

vehicles travelling too fast and

hitting bollards.

“I was there two weeks ago

at St Mary’s and three bollards

had just been absolutely

smashed. That congregation

hasn’t got the money and

NO SPEEDING: Damaged bollards on Church Square.

wherewithal to do the constant

repairs that are required.”

A number of utes and 4WD

vehicles used Collins St and the

roads around the church as a

shortcut between Brougham St

and the central city early in the

morning, with many travelling

at up to 70km/h, Ms Potter

said.

“There will be greater penalties

imposed if they are caught

doing 70km/h in a 30km/h

area and there is also a greater

awareness now of 30km/h areas

because they are introducing

them into the inner city.”

Addington Neighbourhood

Association chairwoman Sarah

McKenzie said she believed

many residents would support

the proposal.

“I think that would be a wise

idea to put that to council,” she

said.

City council transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas

said the previous rejection of

the proposal had been because

it did not meet national legisla-

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tion and guidelines.

These stated that a speed

limit of 20, 30 or 40km/h could

only be set if “safe traffic engineering

techniques are applied

to ensure that the mean operating

speed of motorised traffic

is kept to within 5 km/h of the

speed limit”.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Would

you like to see the speed

limits on some streets

reduce to 30km/h? Send

your views to tom.doudney@starmedia.kiwi]

In Brief

DEFIBRILLATOR

Christchurch South Community

Watch will purchase a new mobile

defibrillator to be stored in its

watch car using a $3445 grant from

Air Rescue Services. Community

Watch member Mike Fenton said

in an emergency situation, having a

defibrillator on hand could make all

the difference. “If we only use it once

in a couple of years it will still be quite

vital,” Mr Fenton said.

LOST KNITTING PHOTOS

A Spreydon resident is hoping to

return an album of photographs of

knitted garments to its owner. Stuart

Wood found the green and gold

covered album lying on the pavement

on the corner of Barrington St and

Bewdley St. He said it contained an

extensive collection of photographs

of adults and children’s garments,

including designs based on Thomas

The Tank Engine and Winnie The

Pooh. Anyone who thinks they might

own the album, or know who does,

can call Mr Wood on 338 7163.

TARGET REACHED EARLY

A community project has just reached

its three-year target of improving 250

homes, six months ahead of schedule.

The Repair Well project, funded by

the New Zealand Red Cross and

implemented by Community Energy

Action Charitable Trust offers to

install additional energy efficiency

measures during earthquake repairs to

vulnerable homeowners.


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Your Local Views

SOUTHERN VIEW

Residents comment on the

city council’s proposal to

widen Lincoln Rd between

Wrights Rd and Curletts Rd.

Hillmorton resident Brian

Hemera writes:

I think it is overdue given the

development in the Halswell/

Aidanfield area and could only

be a positive move. It would also

be an ideal opportunity for the

unsightly overhead telephone/

power lines to be put underground

and bring the area into

the 21st century.

Spreydon resident Michael

J. Brathwaite writes:

I live in Edinburgh St and find

getting to work in the city or

Sydenham in the mornings is

very difficult.

The only two ways to go are via

Brougham St to Collins St, then

around the back streets to avoid

the traffic jams on the other side

of Collins St where three lanes

merge into two, or via Lincoln

Rd to Spencer St then around the

back streets to avoid the traffic

jams in Addington.

I am not in favour of the plan

to widen Lincoln Rd, as it seems

to me that the only change

needed is an arrow for motorists

turning right into Curletts Rd.

When I am coming home

from my West Melton job, there

is a lot of traffic heading west on

that section of Lincoln Rd, but it

keeps moving.

Having four lanes would make

it harder to to walk to businesses

across the road and they would

undoubtedly add a median strip

preventing one from turning

right from Lincoln Rd into Domain

Tce.

I hope that if (or should I say

when?) all of our objections are

ignored and the plan does come

into effect they will at least put

in a turning arrow for motorists

turning right into Lyttelton St.

It seems to me that it would

make more sense to widen the

section from Whiteley Ave to

Moorhouse Ave, as that is where

I run into intolerable congestion.

Youth the future of city

Canterbury Youth

Workers Collective

coordinator Penny

Prescott says for postquake

city to thrive there

needs to be involvement

from young people.

A COUPLE of weeks ago I was

one of a handful of adults who

got to attend a UNICEF Youth

For Change Conference that

was held here in Christchurch.

A team of four young people

put this event together and

there were 70 other young people

in attendance.

There were a range of speakers,

including the Youth Advisory

Group for a collaboration

project I help out with called

Child and Youth Friendly

Christchurch.

The YAG were there consulting

with the participants about

what they think it is that makes

a city youth-friendly.

An amazing example of

young people providing a space

for young people to consult

with other young people about

things important to them and

our city.

It would be great to see more

of these events and more publicity

of these events so all young

people get a chance to attend.

There’s a group in Christchurch

called Youth Voice

Canterbury who are a network

of young people and youth

participation groups.

A few weeks ago they pulled

a diverse group of young people

together to chat with the city

council senior staff and elected

members about what’s important

for youth in our city.

It showed a real willingness

by the city council to engage

with young people, and those

young people felt listened to

and valued.

Although this was well

supported by the city council,

it was pulled together and

facilitated by young people who

wanted to participate.

These sorts of opportunities

are valuable both for the

people making decisions about

Christchurch, but also for the

positive development of our

young people. At the moment

Youth Voice Canterbury are

organising the first Canterbury

Youth Awards.

Nominations closed earlier in

the week with 81 nominations

being received.

The idea is to create a culture

of celebrating young people.

I think it would be fantastic

to see this event and others like

it promoted positively in media

outlets for both the public and

the youth of Christchurch.

I understand that there are

real issues for young people in

our communities, and these

need to be discussed and addressed.

But what I want is for

us to ensure that we’re spending

just as much energy giving our

young people opportunities

and celebrating their successes,

because the youth are the future

of this city. If we want to see

our great city continue to grow

and to thrive post-quake, then

we need to have involvement

from those who will be there to

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News

Fantastic Home Show returns

THERE IS less than a month to

go until the doors open on the

The Star Home & Leisure Show.

More than 12,000 people

visited the show last year, which

runs over Friday, Saturday and

Sunday, July 1 to 3.

The show features the latest

trends and technology for home

building or renovation, as well

as special deals on everything

from spa pools to campervans.

You can talk directly with the

experts there to get advice or

tips, or take the opportunity to

try new products or technology.

There will also be plenty of

prizes on offer, including a

$25,000 central heating system,

thanks to Central Heating NZ.

•The show will be held at

Horncastle Arena from

July 1-3 from 10am to 5pm.

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home is no longer the stuff of

science fiction.

If you have the technology,

you can now turn your heating

on while you’re on your way

home, set a crock-pot to start

your dinner cooking, and check

up instantly on your home if a

security or fire alarm goes off to

see if it’s a danger or just a false

alarm.

Although the technology has

existed for several years, it has

been expensive and complicated

to install.

Startup company Morepork’s

goal is to make the technology

accessible to anyone.

Chief executive Gemma

Croombs said its systems could

be installed simply yourself,

with simple plug in cameras

and control panels and wireless

alarms and sensors.

“People have the perception

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you can only have them if

you’re building and you can put

cable all through your home,

but it doesn’t have to be like that

anymore.”

The company, which was

backed by Spark, launched in

August last year, but she said

the technology was already

growing.

“One of the things we’re testing

at the moment is a smart

door bell which sets up voice

call, so if someone’s there to

drop off a package you can say

just drop off, don’t leave me to

pick it up from the depot on my

weekend. Or if you have a smart

lock, you can just remotely open

the door and let them in.”

As new technology was developed,

she said it could be added

on to the same system.

She plans to be at The Star

Home & Leisure Show with her

team, with several systems set

up for people to play with there,

and special deals on offer.

Internships

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TWO SPREYDON residents will

get a taste of what it’s like to run a

company.

Rebecca Hopkins and Sina

Cotter-Tait have received two of

12 director internships offered by

Christchurch City Holdings Ltd.

Ms Hopkins, a senior associate

at Lane Neave, will do her internship

with CCHL itself, while Ms

Cotter-Tait, a team leader at Harrison

Grierson Ltd, will do hers

with EcoCentral.

The aspiring directors will have

the opportunity to work alongside

the boards of established companies

and learn from experienced

directors how successful boards

work.

The initiative is to help prepare

the next generation of directors.

CCHL director Bill Dwyer said

selecting the final 12 was difficult

because the calibre of the more

than 150 applicants was outstanding.

“I believe this scheme will offer

worthwhile experience to those

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contribute to diversity around the

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service medals. Find out more about these

local heroes below. In total, 177 Kiwis were

honoured in the Queen’s 90th Birthday

celebration.

Officer of The New

Zealand Order of Merit –

ONZM

Stewart Barnett, of St

Albans – for services

to agriculture and

businesses: Chief executive

officer for

Silver Fern

Farms ltd,

Mr Barnett

(right) has

been involved

with New

Zealand’s

meat

industry.

Charles Crofts, of

Halswell – for services

to Maori: In 1998, Mr Crofts

was instrumental in helping to

keep the peace between Maori

tribes while working for more

than six years establishing the

Ngai Tahu Settlement Act.

Lesley

Murdoch

MBE, of

Sumner –

for services

to sport:

Currently a board member

of Netball New Zealand, Mrs

Murdoch had a big part in

the review of cricket in 1995.

She also has a radio show on

Saturdays on Newstalk ZB.

Annette

Purvis,of

Halswell

– for services

to

athletics:

The current

chairwoman

of

Athletics

New Zealand, Mrs Purvis

(right) has been involved in

all levels of athletics around

the country. She is also in her

second term serving on the

International Association of

Athletics Foundation.

Steve Sumner, of

Merivale

– for

services to

football:

One of the

greatest

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products in

the country, Mr Sumner was

an All White from 1976 to

1988, playing for New Zealand

105 times. He scored twice

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1982. He has been the president

of Mainland Football

since 2008.

Member of The New

Zealand Order of Merit –

MNZM

Norman Dewes, of

Mairehau – for services

to Maori and the community:

An advocate for underprivileged

and disadvantaged

children for a number of years,

Mr Dewes has represented

many Maori boards, and

established Te Runanga o Nga

Maata Waka in 1989.

Jacqueline Duncan, of

St Albans – for services

to education: After 44

years of teaching, 29 of those

as principal,

Mrs Duncan

(right) has

worked

in special,

secondary

and tertiary

education. She

was principal

of Cashmere

Primary School for 15 years.

Murray Ellis, of Harewood

– for services to

rugby: A die-hard rugby

fanatic, Mr

Ellis (right)

has been

involved

with rugby

his whole

life. From

playing at

club and

representative

level, to

refereeing

and administration later in his

career. Mr Ellis was made a

life member of the Crusaders

last year.

Julie Hawke, of Papanui

– for services to Highland

dance: A teacher of Highland

dancing, Mrs Hawke

has taught and administrated

Highland dance in Canterbury

for the past 35 years. She

also runs the biggest Highland

dancing school in New Zealand.

Kenneth Sowden, of

Halswell – for services to

paralympic sport: Whenever

New Zealand and Australia

play each other in wheelchair

rugby, they compete for the

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has been involved with disability

sport in Canterbury

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Queen’s Birthday honours List

The Queen’s Service

Medal – QSM

Star Media chairman honoured

Jennifer Gallagher JP,

of Darfield – for services

to the community: A community

guardian for Darfield

to Kirwee, Mrs Gallagher has

received many awards for her

community services. This includes

raising $40,000 for new

tennis courts in Kirwee, organising

sports tournaments,

and catering at functions.

Lynda Macdonald JP,

of St Martins – for services

to the community:

Instrumental in the setting

up of a Plunket Home Visiting

Scheme in Linwood and

Avonside. Mrs Macdonald

has contributed to the social

welfare of her community for

many years.

Selma Scott, of

Prebbleton – for services

to the Pacific community:

A barrister and solicitor who

applies her skills to help the

Pacific community, Mrs

Scott has done so since the

late 1990s. She is also the

chairwoman of Pacific Trust

Canterbury, and is also a

member of the Human Rights

Review Tribunal.

• By Gabrielle Stuart

STAR MEDIA chairman Nick

Smith has been recognised in

the Queen’s Birthday Honours

for more than 50 years work in

media and sport.

He was named an officer of

the New Zealand Order of Merit

yesterday.

Mr Smith started work at the

Christchurch Star in 1965, as an

advertising cadet.

“It was the heyday of newspapers.

You weren’t competing for eyeballs.

I spent two and a half years there,

and it was fantastic. I still have a

lot of friends from those days, we

had a lot of fun together. We used

to have boxing tournaments in the

lunchroom,” he said.

He went on to become a director

of Allied Press, publisher

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News

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Major speed limit changes proposed

• By Andrew King

SPEED LIMIT changes proposed

by the city council are trying

to find the balance between

pedestrians, cyclists and

motorists according to a traffic

expert.

Every three years, speed limits

on streets are reviewed, this year

27 have been proposed to have

lower limits installed.

In March the speed limit

for the heart of Christchurch’s

CBD was changed to 30km/h to

provide safer, more user-friendly

and enjoyable ways for people to

travel.

Canterbury University traffic

expert Alan Nicholson said while

he supports the proposed changes

in the city centre, the haste

they are being pushed through

could face a public backlash.

“It is great to find a balance

between pedestrians, cyclists and

motorists but if you push cars

out quickly from the city centre

people could get irritated and not

support it,” he said.

He was also concerned about

the drastic change to some speeds

on roads in the wards.

“Some of the speeds will go

from 100km/h to 50km/h.

They possibly should have been

changed in the past now they

have a drastic change,” he said.

Twelve roads in the Riccarton-

Waimairi Ward have been proposed

to have lower speed limits,

seven roads in the Fendalton-

Waimairi Ward,

four in the Shirley-Papanui

Ward, and one each in the

Burwood-Pegasus and Hagley-

Ferrymead Wards.

Some of the roads proposed

run between two wards and

have been counted twice such as

Pound Rd.

These are mainly in new

growth areas where the speed

limit of a once rural road is no

longer considered safe in expanding

residential and commercial

zones.

The city council is also proposing

to extend the inner-city

30km/h limit, which came into

effect on March 12, to include

sections of St Asaph St and

Hagley Ave.

Riccarton-Wigram Community

Board chairman Mike Mora

said lowering the speed limit on

those streets is what the public

wants.

“We welcome the triennial review

of speed limits. We have identified

some roads we think need

to be addressed, so have the public

and city council staff,” he said.

Following the consultation

process city council staff will

consider all feedback and

prepare a report for community

boards who will make a

recommendation to the city

council who makes the final

decision.

The speed limit changes

consultation runs from May 31

to June 21 on the city council’s

website under the Have Your Say

page.

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Students honour elders

SOUTHERN VIEW

• By Tom Doudney

STORIES COLLECTED from

elderly people in rest homes

and retirement villages will

be published in a new book

compiled by Linwood College

students.

The seven year 12 and 13 business

students plan to donate the

profits to assist the elderly.

Last year, two of the students,

Angel Lintott and Molly Barnett,

set up a social enterprise which

involved arranging donated

flowers from Aromaunga Baxters

Flowers in Heathcote into

bouquets which they gave to

residents of Bupa Parkwood Rest

Home in Linwood. They also

spent time talking and getting to

know the residents.

The pair won a BP Young Enterprise

Award for their involvement

in the programme.

Lintott said their business

teacher Richard Jolly encouraged

them to build on last year’s idea

with the new business students.

“We were all just brainstorming

and thinking of how we

could adapt what we did last year

and we just kind of came up with

this idea.”

The students will go a few

times a week, initially to Parkwood

Rest Home again, and talk

to the residents, collecting any

interesting stories that they hear

for the book. The students plan to

expand the project to other rest

homes or retirement villages after

a few weeks.

They are hoping to publish the

book some time this year.

“We had a publisher interested

who said they were really keen,”

Lintott said.

“We did a survey and we talked

to heaps of people who would be

our target market and everyone

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Our People

SOUTHERN VIEW

Kim Morton

Putting all the energy into art, creativity

Otautahi Creative

Spaces Trust manager

Kim Morton talks to

Fraser Walker-Pearce

about reducing social

isolation through art,

training as a lawyer and

her favourite place in

the city

Kim, tell me a bit about

what you do for the Otautahi

Creative Spaces Trust.

I guess I lead the programme

and we run art programmes. At

the moment we run at Phillipstown

and Aranui Libraries but

we are looking to expand across

the city into other community

hubs. Our mission is using art to

boost people’s wellbeing. We’re

especially looking to work with

people that have experienced

mental illness, earthquake

trauma and social isolation. We

provide opportunities for people

to connect with their community

as well.

How long has it been running?

It’s been going for just over a

year now, but we had a low profile

for our first six months. But

since the start of the year we’ve

had quite a surge of interest in

our programmes. We’re very

excited because it means we need

to expand them now, and we’re

looking for support to do that.

Where is the programme

based?

The base is Phillipstown Community

Hub, in the old Phillipstown

School, which closed at

the end of 2014. We’re here along

with a whole lot of other fantastic

community initiatives. Aranui

also presents a great opportunity

because the team there is really

passionate about serving their

community. We know libraries

are the living room of communities

and people go there because

they feel welcome and it’s a free

space.

EXCITED:

Kim Morton

is the

manager

of Otautahi

Creative

Spaces

Trust, and

teaches

creative art

classes.

And the feedback you’ve

received has been positive?

The feedback has been fantastic.

What people love is that it’s participant

driven, so artists choose

the art forms they’re interested

in, and they do that. The environment

they’re in is without any

pressure to produce, just heaps of

encouragement. People have said

it’s a really inspiring environment

to be in. It’s not a structured class

as such, anyone could be working

on anything – like sculptures,

printmaking, and calligraphy.

Sometimes the participants will

need encouragement and suggestions,

but most people settle

in to what they want to be doing.

If someone’s stuck we help them

though.

Has the programme been successful

for the artists?

Some people have come in and

worked in this space, and they’ve

had work feature in national

exhibitions. We’ve had three

people gain scholarships through

The Learning Connexion but

also people are feeling like they

have a sense of belonging to

something creative and belonging

to a new community. They’ve

said they’ve made friends. And

from that they’re more engaged

in their community.

Has this project been set up

by the city council, or independently?

It’s an independent community

charitable trust. We have

had great support from Creative

New Zealand, the city council

and the Rata Foundation. Not

only that but we are finding that

we are being given a lot of support

in terms of art materials,

which is a fabulous endorsement

for the trust.


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and wellbeing projects

How full are your classes?

Funny you should say that

actually, we have a waiting list for

the Phillipstown groups. There’s

currently a lot of work being

done looking at whether a community

hub could be set up in

the closed Central New Brighton

School, and we’re hoping we

might be able to share a space in

that facility.

You must get a bit of a kick

knowing classes are full?

Oh absolutely. It’s something

that I get a great deal of joy out

of. Yes it’s my full-time job, but

my focus has been on establishing

the programmes and now

they’re doing so well. We just

need to secure funding so we can

add to our existing programmes

to meet the demand.

So how did this all come

about?

About 20 years ago I managed

a community art space in

Masterton and I’d been aware

of the gap in Christchurch for

some time, but it was only after

the earthquakes that it kind of

galvanised my energy and so I

decided to kick-start something

here. There’s a network of spaces

like this around the country, so I

had good relationships with the

people involved there and then

we did some research which was

funded by Creative New Zealand,

and it looked at the need and how

something should be set up here.

It’s not something you can just

transplant from one city to the

other, Masterton is a small town.

In post-earthquake Christchurch,

opportunities to connect with

others creatively in your local

community seemed more important.

So is the city council involved

at all?

It supported the feasibility

work done in 2014 and our set-up

in early 2015. The city council has

been supportive right through

that process. Two council staff

members were on our steering

group which guided us through

the research stage, and establishment.

How long have you been in

Christchurch then?

I’ve been here for 15 years,

and was in Masterton before, for

about three years, but I was born

in Auckland. I’ve lived in lots of

different places, but Christchurch

is home now.

Oh good to hear! Where are

your favourite spots?

My favourite in Christchurch

is Taylors Mistake. But in New

Zealand, it’d be the Cavalli

Islands in Northland. It’s special

because we had lots of childhood

holidays there, and many family

connections.

Do you have any family down

here?

I have two boys, who are 17

and 13. They keep me on my toes.

They’re both at Hagley Community

College, and they’re enjoying

that. I’m not sure what they want

to do, but as long as they do what

they’re passionate about, I’m

good with that.

And where in the city are you

guys based?

We’re in Lyttelton. The kids

love it because of the hills and the

sea, and the great landscape.

That’s a bit of a trek to work

each day?

Yes that’s a point, I don’t live

in the communities I’m working

in. That means that it’s even

more important to have a strong

relationship with the community.

We’ve designed some projects

that are around the identity and

stories of Phillipstown – photography

and poetry projects that

combine with Ara Institute of

Canterbury, and local residents,

and what Phillipstown means for

them. That’s only just started.

Where did you go to school

then?

I went to school in Auckland,

to Westlake Girls’ High School. It

was just the one up the road from

where we lived at the time.

Did you ever have a mentor, or

a big influence that taught you

art?

Some people do have an outstanding

person in their life, but

DISCUSSIONS: Kim Morton and Creative New Zealand’s Chris

Archer discuss the future of the Otautahi Creative Spaces

Trust.

this is hard for me. I guess mine

was Sue McBride, who was an

outstanding art teacher. I really

enjoyed art at school because of

her, so that probably did sow the

seed.

What did you do after that?

I’ve had quite a few different

aspects of my work. One is in

law, I trained for law, and didn’t

know if I’d take it further after I

studied it. I specialised in social

justice and community law. And

in a way there’s quite a connection

between those studies and

what I do now.

Where did you study for law?

At the University of Otago for

five years. I worked in consumer

rights and then in community

law, specialising on welfare law.

And did you use the degree?

Did you have any law jobs?

Yes, I did. I guess it must have

been 20 years on and off using

it. The earthquakes made me

question what I was doing, and

I decided to put my energy into

creativity and wellbeing projects.

Life’s short, if I can make a difference,

then I should. And for me

it was around this idea of art and

creativity in Christchurch that

was the best way I could do that.


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Fair Trade Art and Poetry

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Open daily, library hours, until

June 14

An exhibition by Fair Trade

schools, Heaton Normal Intermediate

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South Library, 66 Colombo St

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Today, 11-11.30am at South

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Wednesday, 10.30-11am at

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Take your child to the library

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plays and more. A good way to

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others and the world around

them. The programmes are

especially suitable for undertwo-year-olds.

Busy Book Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

An after school club for exploring

new books, arts, crafts

and technology.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free. Bookings required

Reading to dogs

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Reading to dogs is designed

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atmosphere, which

encourages children to practise

their reading skills and develop

a love of reading. Sessions are 15

minutes long.

South Library, 66 Colombo St.

Free

Community market in Linwood

Thursday, 8.30am-1pm

New and used goods including

pre-loved clothing, toys, baby

wear, plants, books, bric-a-brac,

hot frybread, coffee, fresh baking

and more. Inquiries to Murray

on 022 635 9402.

MacKenzies Hotel and Backpackers,

51 Pages Rd, Linwood

Maker Space Lucky Dip

Thursday, 3-4pm, Monday,

10.30-11.30am

Craft and technology sessions

which could involve 3D colouring,

augmented reality, origami,

crafts, robotics or 3D printing.

Activities designed for adults

and children.

Spreydon Library. Free, no

booking required

Linwood Village Market

Saturday, 9am-1pm

Fresh produce (including organic),

books, antiques, bric-a-brac,

retro items, vintage clothes,

household goods, jam, crafts and

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Linwood Community Arts

Centre, 388 Worcester St. Free

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Community planting day

Saturday, 1-3pm

Get out your gloves, some

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help plant Bowenvale Reserve.

Meet by 20 Swanton Drive,

Huntsbury. Questions can be

directed to Di Carter on 941 7572

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Opawa Farmers Market

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Have a wonder around the

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275 Fifield Tce, Opawa

Sydenham Walkers

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Come and join the group for a

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Meet outside Countdown on

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call 027 431 1437

Science Alive in the Library

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

Drop-in science sessions. Free

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SPORTS

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Two sets of Hillmorton High School twins – from left,

Natashia and Liyah Faga-Leti, and Jessica and Emma Thornley – have been

selected for the South Island under 17 softball team, which will travel to Sydney

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New six lane running track

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SENIOR LIVING

PAULGER COURTS

RETIREMENT VILLAGE

PAULger coUrtS is a family owned and

oriented village. owners robyn and Peter

Macdonald truly appreciate the value and

importance of independence and on-going

community relationships to their residents,

whilst remaining a close-knit and supportive

community. our residents maintain their

community

attachments,

hobbies and

independence,

whilst

knowing that

support is

there if they

need it.

The village’s 34 semi-detached but private

units sit in landscaped grounds alongside

george Manning House, the purpose-built

eighty-one bed rest home and hospital.

on hand at gMH robyn and her team are

available to answer any questions or organise

any assistance the residents need.

Paulger courts units are designed to be

sunny, comfortable and easy to live in, whilst

relieving the residents of the burden of home

maintenance or reliance on family for urgent

assistance. With the supplied ‘never Alone’

alarm, the nightly security patrol and willing

staff, residents and their families can feel

reassured that help is at hand should it be

required.

The emphasis at Paulger courts is on

ensuring that it always remains a safe and

happy place for people to live, making

the move to a retirement village as easy a

transition

as possible.

“DON’T GET AROUND MUCH .. ANy MORE”

If this is your song, think again!

certAinLy, BALAnce and

muscle strength decline with

age and can have disastrous

consequences. But it’s never too

late to improve both. We can help

ourselves to remain independent.

it’s easy to make excuses, i’m

too tired, too old, too fat, too lazy.

if you want to change your life,

even at 90 it’s possible to improve

your leg muscle strength. it may

still be possible to maintain or

regain your balance and live the

life you want.

every year, one out of three

people aged 65 and over has a fall.

A few simple exercises can help

reduce your risk of falling and

keep you independent longer.

try standing on one foot for 10 seconds while waiting for the

kettle to boil. Heel to toe walk in the lounge. Looking straight

ahead, take 20 steps and imagine you are walking along a narrow

path.

For active people, most outdoor activities and tai chi and yoga

are excellent for both leg strengthening and balance.

For those less active or with mobility problems, seated exercises

can achieve results amazingly quickly. Simple Aircycle leg exercises

are effective, relaxing and enjoyable.

you can have coffee, chat on the phone or watch tV, while

relaxing with your Aircycle exerciser to boost circulation, increase

joint flexibility, strengthen calf and thigh muscles to help improve

your balance. Better balance and stronger muscles ensure greater

independence.

no one else can do it for you. your life is in your hands.

information and Aircycle orders to www.aircycle.co.nz, phone 04

569 5013 or post $44.90 to Aircycle, Po Box 45105 Waterloo,

Lower Hutt 5042

Paulger Courts Retirement Village

(in association with George Manning House Rest Home and Hospital)

Two-bedroom

units available,

prices from

$260,000

Enquiries welcome.

Please ring

‘‘

Robyn MacDonald

on 338-9164

weekdays

Spreydon, Christchurch

Family owned and oriented

Retirement Village for independent

living in a supportive environment.

‘‘

ARTHRITIS

Boost circulation and gently

exercise while you sit – it’s so easy!

FOR

Pain & stiffness

Swollen ankles

Night cramps

Painful hands

Balance & mobility

Sore legs/numb feet

Travel & office sitting

Stroke rehab/Parkinson’s

YOUR EASIEST STEP TO BETTER HEALTH

Only

$39 90

Available from pharmacies, Diabetes Christchurch,

More Mobility, Aspire Canterbury.

Information and mail orders

www.aircycle.co.nz or call 04 569 5013

Complementary therapies

and products

coMPLeMentAry Medicine includes treatments and products

that are not traditionally used in conventional medicine. They

range from ancient systems such as traditional chinese medicine

to treatments such as massage, acupuncture, herbal medicine

and aromatherapy. They emphasise a ‘wellness’ that comes from a

balance between the body and mind. The gap between conventional

medicine and complementary is starting to blur.

Before starting any treatment or product it is important to check

what evidence is available to suggest that it may work for you. Many

treatments are beginning to be backed up by scientific evidence.

However, for many others it is still unclear whether they are truly

effective, harmful or a waste of time and money.

Some supplements that may be beneficial for you:

Avocado, soybean, calcium & vitamin d, capsicum, folic acid, fish

oil, glucosamine & chondroitin and cherries.

Herbs can also be beneficial e.g. boswellia can be beneficial for

those with osteoarthritis. you may also consider tai chi, yoga and

relaxation techniques.

if you try complementary medicine treatment it is important

to discuss with your medical practitioner about any possible

interactions of the product with your current medical treatment.

Keep in mind that natural does not necessarily mean safe and

always tell your doctor of all the remedies you take.

Support and Resources for Independent Living

walkers to

purchase

(FroM $230)

or hire

$20

per week

Can we help you or someone you support?

Disability Information Service – a ‘one stop

information service’ which offers unbiased

advice to assist people navigate their way to

organisations or services that can provide them

with support or advice.

Aspire Canterbury Shop – shop online or call in

to our shop at 314 Worcester Street and view our

range of easier living products We also hire out

wheelchairs, ramps and walkers.

Total Mobility Discounted Taxi Service – a scheme

which provides 50% discounts on taxi journeys to

eligible people in the Christchurch area who, due

to health conditions, are unable to access public

transport. Contact us for more information on

03 366 9093 or visit our website.

New Mobile Service – Fun interactive presentations

of our information, services and easier living

equipment. We come to you! To book our

presenter to speak to your group call Shannon

at numbers below or email mobileservices@

aspirecanterbury.org.nz

Mobility scooter demonstrations available.

Aspire Canterbury is a not-for-profit organisation

providing services to the community since 1981

Physical Address:

314 Worcester Street

Linwood Christchurch

Postal Address:

PO Box 32074

Christchurch 8147

2015 NZ Disability

Information Centre

of the Year

Ph: 03 366 6189

Freephone: 0800 347 242

Ph: (Total Mobility) 03 366 9093

Mobile Service: 022 140 8213

E: admin@aspirecanterbury.org.nz

W: www.aspirecanterbury.org.nz


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SOUTHERN VIEW

Buy well, live well

140 Marshland Road, Shirley

$435,000

3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 living rooms | 2-car garage | Listing #: PI43256

Take a solid, permanent-material

home built in an era known for good

honest workmanship and add in

modern features such as aluminum

joinery and a stylish kitchen for additional

comfort and convenience – this property is a

recipe for living well and will be a great buy

for the lucky purchaser.

Constructed of timeless Summerhill stone,

140 Marshland Road has been carefully

updated to create a very stylish and cosy

family home or investment property.

The modern, tiled kitchen offers excellent

storage space and a breakfast bar for meals

on the run. The adjoining dining and casual

living space is bathed in natural light and

opens up to the deck for summer barbeques.

A large separate lounge offers an additional

living area, which also enjoys indoor-outdoor

flow to a sunny patio with northwest aspect.

There are three light, bright bedrooms and

an updated bathroom, along with a separate

laundry. A Daikin heatpump keeps the home

cosy over the winter months.

Set on a generous 688 sqm of TC2 land, the

corner site allows maximum use of the space

with plenty of sunny lawn area to the north

and west, while the drive and double garage

are tucked around the rear of the house.

The established section is fully fenced and

large paved spaces offer excellent off-street

parking and make this an all-weather garden

for children and pets.

Situated in handy reach of The Palms

shopping centre and Christchurch Golf Club,

offering easy access to the city and beaches,

this property is great buying for homebuyers

or investors alike.

Open Home dates: Sunday, June 12, 1pm

to 1.30pm. See you at the open home or

for a private viewing contact Cameron

Bailey of Harcourts Gold Papanui (Licensed

Agent REAA 2008) on 352 6166 or mobile

0275 557 079.


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SPECIAL

$10

ROAST

Available Tuesday,

Wednesday,

& Thursday

TAB POD

- upstairs -

PIERVIEW

Restaurant

JOIN

A CLUB BY

THE SEA!

Quality a la carte

with a view!

Open FRIDAY,

SATURDAY,

& SUNDAY

from 5.30pm

FRIDAY SPECIAL:

All Grills... $20!

for a limited time

SUNDAY SPECIAL

$25 3-Course Feast

SHUTTLE RUNNING

Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat

202 Marine Parade | Ph 388-9416

Members, guests and affiliates welcome

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

‘Famous for their roasts!’

Open daily from 6.30am. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Treat the Kids!

Kids two course

special from

We are family

friendly.

Great Kids menu

plus designated play area.

Seniors SPECIAL

Two courses

Soup/Roast or

Roast/Dessert

Racecourse Hotel Motorlodge

118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,

Christchurch. Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

$10

Special available lunch only

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm

Conditions apply.

$20

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant

www.gardenhotel.co.nz

NOW SERVING

available

from

9am

Breakfast

HAPPY

HOUR

5PM - 7PM

DAILY

LIVE Rhonda Campbell duo

MUSIC 6PM FRIDAY 10th June

PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132


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Tuesday June 7 2016

SOUTHERN VIEW

$

4 99

kg

Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Drumsticks/

Whole Chicken Legs

$

2 79

kg

Easy Peel Seedless Mandarins

2

for

$

7 99

each

$

6 50

$

3 99

pack

$

3 00

each

Tegel Frozen Chicken

No 14

Vogel’s Bread 720-750g

(Excludes Gluten Free)

Meadow Fresh Yoghurt

6 Pack

Kellogg’s Sultana Bran/

Nutri-Grain/Coco Pops/

Special K 290-420g

(Excludes Special K Fruits)

WINE

DEAL

OF THE

WEEK

$

17 99

pack

$

8 99

each

$

1 00

each

$

4 29

each

Speight’s Gold Medal Ale/

Summit

12 x 330ml Bottles

Jacob’s Creek Sparkling

750ml

(Excludes Reserve)

Bluebird Burger Rings/

Twisties/Cheezels/Rashuns

110-120g

Whittaker’s Chocolate

Block 250g

Mad Mark t Days

at FreshChoice Barrington

Head instore for extra hot fresh specials, tastings & demonstrations

All Weekend

11th & 12th

June

Prices apply from Tuesday 7th June to Sunday 12th June

2016, or while stocks last.

Trade not supplied. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day.

All prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available

in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale.

FreshChoice.co.nz

FreshChoiceNZ

FreshChoice Barrington

256 Barrington Street, Christchurch.

Phone 332 6364.

Open 7am-11pm, 7 days.

FCSV0706

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