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Tess takes

tough

way to

the top

Tess Steel was part of the winning

Cashmere High School girls’ team

that competed in the South Island

Secondary Schools’ Climbing

Competition on Tuesday. Both the

girls and boys’ teams won their

categories at the competition.

•Story, p12

Rowley school may move

• By Caitlin Miles and Andrew King

NEWS THAT Rowley Avenue

School may move to another site

has sent shock waves through the

community.

The Ministry of Education

held a public meeting last week

where it outlined six options for

the future of the decile 1 school,

including shifting sites.

Wigram MP Megan Woods,

who was at the meeting, said

the community sent a “loud and

clear” message that shifting was

not a preferred option.

Principal Anthony Faitaua said

he did not want to say what all

six options were in case it created

a “community uproar”.

But he did confirm to the

Southern View that moving the

school is an option.

He said the options had been

presented in light of a new school

being proposed in the area.

Last week, the Southern View

reported that Halswell would

be getting a new $15 million

primary school.

In 2013, media reported that

Rowley Avenue School was concerned

about its future because

Spreydon School was being

rebuilt nearby on the former

Manning Intermediate site.

“I understand how much

school communities mean and

the last thing I want to create

is an uproar without all the

concrete facts in front of me,” Mr

Faitaua said.

He said there would be

more information presented

to the community on September

14.

Dr Woods said: “I can’t work

it out, Rowley School is a pivotal

part of the community. It is more

than just a school.”

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Tuesday September 6 2016

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SOUTHERN VIEW

FROM

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DESK News.......................................3, 5

THERE IS something quite

stirring about watching young

people celebrate culture.

Back in the day (a very long

time admittedly) when I

was at school, there was no

kapa haka or other cultural

groups. After seeing the

wonderful performances at the

Christchurch Primary Schools

Cultural Festival I wish there

had been. Check out page 10 for

the photos.

We have Evel Knievel on

page 6 this week in the form

of Kay Newton a roller derby

participant. She has represented

New Zealand at the the 2011

World Cup in Toronto and the

2014 tournament in Dallas.

Finally, two Christchurch

Girls’ High School students

have taken gold in a national

culinary competition with their

crispy chicken dish over on

page 9. –Shelley Robinson

Speeding around the track on roller skates

OUR PEOPLE 6

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

Schools...................................10

Sport..................................12

Community Events......14

Hello Neighbour........15

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News

Supermarket ready for shoppers

WOOLSTON residents will have

a new place to get the groceries

when the New World Ferry Rd

opens its doors tomorrow.

The supermarket has been

built next to the existing site and

will be officially opened by Ruth

Dyson in the morning.

The supermarket has been a

year in the making and owneroperator

Greg Boock (below)

said it was in “fantastic shape.”

“There is triple the retail space

that we had before, meaning

wider and longer aisles,” Mr

Boock said.

Foodstuffs South Island’s

general manager of property and

retail development Roger Davidson

also said the supermarket was

looking good for the opening.

“I’ve had a walk-through already

and it really is a wonderful

store – modern, bright and ecofriendly,

with energy-efficient

lighting, ozone-friendly refrigeration,

and facilities for waste

minimisation, which is a strong

focus for Foodstuffs right now,”

Mr Davidson said.

There is a total of 11 checkouts,

with five of them being self

-service and since the original

store was demolished this has

left space for 114 car parks, triple

what was previously there.

The new supermarket gave

TO OPEN: New World Ferry Rd owner-operator Greg Boock stands outside the nearly

completed supermarket in July. The store will officially open tomorrow. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

employment a boost as well, Mr

Boock received an overwhelming

450 applications for the jobs

offered. The total number of

new roles is 50, of which 24 are

full-time and 26 part-time. In

addition, 12 existing staff have

been given extra hours.

“I’m very pleased to have

been able to retain and recruit

the best staff for the new store.

I’m also proud to be playing a

vital role in the rejuvenation of

Woolston, and confident the new

store will bring more shoppers

to the village, and help them see

Woolston as a suburb where they

can live,” he said.

New World Ferry Rd is the

first of three new supermarkets

Foodstuffs will open in the

South Island this year. The others

are Four Square West Melton

and Pak’n Save Queenstown.

In Brief

EDMONDS GATE

The Sure to Rise gate which

was stolen from the Edmonds

Factory Garden in Waltham

in March last year and later

found on Takaka Hill, near

Nelson, has finally been

returned to Christchurch.

The gate was stolen by Nelson

woman Melanie Diana

Edmonds and after being

found was held by police until

its return could be arranged. It

is now in storage at Mona Vale

awaiting a decision on where

in the Edmonds Factory

Garden it should be installed.

It’s former position has been

taken by a new replica gate

which was made due to fears

the original would not be

recovered.

NEW SOCIAL HOUSING

Eight new social housing

units in Waltham have been

opened. The units are part of

the city council’s Osborne St

housing complex. They replace

four earthquake-damaged

units demolished last year.

The four one-bedroom and

four two-bedroom homes

have been insulated beyond

Building Code requirements

and feature double glazing.

Tenants are expected to begin

moving in this month.

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Tuesday September 6 2016

Your Local Views

SOUTHERN VIEW

Michelle Pate responds to

the Southern View article

on a new primary school

proposed for western

Halswell

I think a new primary school is

essential because of the growing

population.

There is no need for a high

school in the Halswell area as we

are zoned for Hillmorton High

School and this school is not at

capacity.

A high percentage of Halswell

parents think they are better than

people living in the Hillmorton-

Hoon Hay area and refuse to

send their “precious” children

there.

A huge pack mentality of anti-

Hillmorton High School parents

live in Halswell. They would

rather sell their house and

move into another school area

such as Lincoln or Riccarton

than send their child to our local

school.

I am very ashamed of living

in the area with people so judgemental.

The high school does not

deserve the reputation it has

acquired – historical gossip by

people not even willing to give it

a go. The parents pass their judgements

onto their child and now

we have this young generation

mirroring their parents attitudes.

One child I can think of

made fun of children going to

Hillmorton High School, saying

they would not get a job because

they had Hillmorton High School

written on their CV.

I wonder where she got this

attitude from. Halswell is a community

divided.

Once upon a time kids in a

community went to their local

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school, now we have children in

this area attending multiple high

schools, many of them to avoid

our local high school – crazy.

•What do readers think of

Michelle Pate’s views, email

georgia.oconnor@starmedia.

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• By Mark Thomas – Fire Risk

Management Officer

NOT EVERYONE will be

aware that the Fire Service are

responding with St John to

serious illness incidents.

Apparently some people have

been quite upset to see a great

big fire truck arrive in their time

of need, possibly thinking their

call has been misunderstood

and the wrong service has arrived.

That’s not the case. Both

services will be sent. Sometimes

that means our crew will arrive

first.

We’re not paramedics but we

are all first-aid trained and there

are times our crews’ input is

utterly invaluable to our ambulance

colleagues.

Every bit of help might just

make the difference.

Twenty-one calls this week

were in this category, one fifth

of all our call-outs.

A bit of a blast from the past

in Halswell this week, where

a three-way light/heat-lamp/

extractor in a bathroom ceiling

caught on fire.

Some years ago this problem

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New installations require the

fan to automatically operate

when the heat-lamp is turned

on, but previously, and obviously

in the unit in Halswell, the

heat-lamps could be turned on

alone.

They tended to overheat the

surrounding plastic and sometimes

ignite.

If you have one of these, check

it. If both functions don’t operate

together, make sure they are

both on every time you use the

heat-lamp and consider getting

your electrician to make the

alteration.

Might save some tears.

Spring is here.

That’s a reason to feel good.

Keep fire safe as we head

toward another summer.

Major changes to the general rules include:

• All dog owners must carry plastic bags to clean up dog

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• When dog owners have their dog off-leash in a

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SOUTHERN VIEW Tuesday September 6 2016 5

News

Reducing flood risk

• By Tom Doudney

A WETLANDS area designed

to reduce flood risk from the

Heathcote River is also expected

to provide a future recreational

destination in the south-west.

The Eastman Wetlands, between

Sparks Rd, Cashmere Rd,

Hendersons Rd and Sutherlands

Rd, is expected to be opened to

walkers and cyclists in 2019.

The area is important to

migratory birds flying between

Te Waihora and the Avon-

Heathcote Estuary. It is currently

fenced off to the public

and stock is being grazed on

part of the site.

At the end of last year, the city

council bought two properties,

totalling nearly 37ha, for $6.48

million, adjacent to land it already

owned in the area known

as Hendersons Basin.

The new properties were

bought for flood mitigation

purposes but may also be incorporated

into the wetlands which

had been planned for the land it

already owned.

The land is being engineered

to reduce flood risk in the middle

and upper reaches of the

Heathcote River back to preearthquake

levels by absorbing

more floodwater.

NEW FEATURE: The

Eastman Wetlands

are being developed

in the Hendersons

Basin area between

Halswell and

Westmorland.

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It will not reduce flood risk in

the lower Heathcote, due to tidal

influence in the lower reaches.

City council manager land

drainage Keith Davison said

work on developing the wetlands

would take place over

the summers of 2017-18 and

2018-19.

The wetlands are named after

the late city council civil engineer

Roy Eastman.

Mr Davison said the network

of large stormwater basins and

wetlands that were a feature of

south-west Christchurch and

Heathcote Valley were a significant

legacy of Mr Eastman who

served as drainage team leader

from 1995 to 2007 and as team

leader capital investigations

until 2011.

In Brief

SERIOUS INJURIES

A man was taken to

Christchurch Hospital in a

serious condition after a three

vehicle crash in Westmorland

on Sunday. St John sent an

ambulance to the scene on

the corner of Cashmere Rd

and Penruddock Rise at about

10.30am. A man, in his 50s, was

assessed at the scene and then

taken to hospital for further

treatment.

TREE REMOVALS

The removal of six trees in

Edmonds Park, Linwood, and

the transplanting of another on

Ryan St will be up for approval

at today’s Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board meeting. This

would enable flood mitigation

projects in Bells Creek to be

completed. The work will include

pipe upgrades, two detention

basins and a pump station with

a screen upstream. Three of the

trees have been evaluated as

being in ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’

condition with the other four in

‘fair’ condition.

CAR PARK MAY GO

Four car parks around the

intersection of Shortland St and

Tahuna St, Woolston, may be

removed and no stopping restrictions

introduced to improve

visibility for drivers. The Hagley-

Ferrymead Community Board

will vote on whether to approve

the changes at today’s meeting.

A resident had raised concerns

that vehicles approaching the

intersection from Tahuna St

had limited visibility due to cars

parked on Shortland St.

BIKER IN HOSPITAL

A man, in his teens, was taken

to Christchurch Hospital

with moderate injuries after

a mountain bike incident in

Cashmere on Sunday. St John

sent an ambulance to the

scene in Victoria Park at about

12.45pm and took him

to hospital for further treatment.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

CanTeen is seeking help from

the community this month for

its annual street fundraising

drive. The CanTeen Street Appeal

on September 16 forms a

key part of the cancer charity’s

fundraising each year and requires

significant people power.

CanTeen chief executive Bruce

Pilbrow has asked for locals who

can spare a couple of hours to

support the cause in any way

they can. Anyone interested in

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Our People

SOUTHERN VIEW

Espresso maker by day – world

Kay Newton spends

her spare time in

safety gear speeding

around a track on

roller skates. She

spoke to Caitlin Miles

about how she got

into roller derbies and

her time representing

New Zealand at world

cup competitions

FIRSTLY I have to ask what

your roller derby name is?

It’s Evilknevil, I picked it

because it just worked really well

with the fact my name is Kay.

Can you tell me why you decided

to get into roller derbies?

There was myself and a couple

of others talking about it one day

and we decided to go to watch

a practice and see what was

involved and it just seemed really

fun so we thought we would

do it.

Can you explain to me what

is involved in a roller derby?

Well, it’s played on an oval

track and you have 14 people

from each team on the side lines.

But there are only five people on

the track at any one time. But

players rotate throughout the

game so that’s why there is so

many. There is a jammer who

is the one designated to score

points by lapping people on the

opposite team and then the other

four are blockers. Most people

can be blockers, you can have

any body type really, but jammers

are usually a bit slighter

built and have good stamina.

Jams, which are the sessions,

have a time limit of two minutes

ROLLER BLADER: New Brighton’s Kay Newton has been involved in roller

derbies since 2009 and goes by the name Evilknevil when she’s on the

roller derby track.

as well. It’s hard to explain, but

it’s a lot of fun.

Are you a jammer?

I was for a few years. Not any

more though, because we have a

lot of jammers in our team so we

need more blockers.

Is being a blocker quite

violent?

I would avoid using the word

violent. It’s not as brutal as

people think.

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roller derby expert after hours

There are a lot of referees involved

in the game and, if they

catch you doing something intentional

towards another player

that can hurt them, you’ll be

given a penalty or possibly taken

off. There is only a certain area

on the body where you can hit

people and that’s not above the

shoulders and it’s not below the

knees. You can’t elbow people or

punch people, or anything like

that. It’s like any contact sport,

you can get hurt. But I have had

worse injuries from soccer than

from roller derbies believe it or

not.

Really? I always thought it

was very violent?

A lot of people do, but we have

a lot of protective gear as well.

Have you had any bad hits?

None that have made me want

to stop playing. I have had a few

where I’ve thought, oh, that’s a

goodie or that’s going to hurt

later, but I’ve always got back

into it.

Could you roller skate before

getting into roller derbies?

Yeah, I have been roller skating

ever since I was a kid, so I had

the skills before getting involved.

I thought it would be a fun

chance to do something I really

enjoyed as a kid.

How long have you been

IN ACTION: Kay Newton (left) has been competing in roller

derbies since 2009.

involved in roller derbies?

Since September of 2009. I

have played for the same team

the whole time as well. There

were quite a few of us just discovering

what roller derby was.

Where you nervous before

your first game?

It was so long ago now I can’t

really remember, but yeah, I

think I would have been. I mean

who wouldn’t be? I think it’s the

same feeling before playing in

any sport. I was nervous and

anxious, but I was excited too.

It’s basically the same feeling

before any game I think. But you

practice and train before, so you

are prepared for the game.

How do you train?

I don’t want to give too many

secrets away about our training.

We practice layouts and tactics

and things like that, making sure

the team works well and everyone

is on the same page. But we

have a really strong core team,

so we already work really well

together.

Do you balance work with

training?

I work for Vivace Espresso. I

drive around the city teaching

people how to make coffee so

they can keep Christchurch caffeinated

basically.

Has much changed in the

game over the years?

The rules have changed a bit

over the years. Our rules come

from the American roller derby

league. So when they make

changes or alter the rules of the

game or safety rules or something,

we do the same. So there

have been small changes over the

years.

Have you noticed roller derby

change in popularity?

I can’t really say if the sport

has gained or lost popularity, but

our team has always done well.

We have had members come and

go for various reasons; they don’t

want to do this anymore, or they

want to pursue different things,

or they decide to have a family,

so they come and go throughout

the sport, but we always have a

great team.

What are some of your

highlights from roller derby?

There have been a couple.

I don’t want to blow my own

trumpet, but I represented New

Zealand at the 2011 World Cup

in Toronto and the 2014 World

Cup in Dallas. That required a

lot of fundraising because it’s

not a cheap event to take part

in. I was really shocked actually

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News

SOUTHERN VIEW

Yani Johanson Paul Lonsdale Phil Clearwater Tim Scandrett

Good attendance at

council meetings

• By Caitlin Miles

YANI JOHANSON has finished

top of the class for attendance

at city council meetings this

term.

Data just released by the city

council shows that Cr Johanson,

who represents the Hagley Ferrymead

ward, has attended all

83 meetings.

Fellow ward representative

Cr Paul Lonsdale missed just

three meetings, while Spreydon-

Heathcote city councillors Phil

Clearwater and Tim Scandrett

missed three and four respectively.

Crs Johanson, Lonsdale and

Clearwater are all seeking reelection

in October while Cr

Scandrett has been automatically

reappointed unopposed.

Cr Johanson also did not

miss a meeting of the Strategy

and Finance Committee while

Cr Clearwater missed just one

meeting.

At the Communities, Housing

and Economic Development

Committee, Cr Johanson and Cr

Lonsdale have both attended 22

out of 23 meetings. Cr Scandrett

has a record of 14 out of 17, he

was not a member of the committee

until May 2015.

Cr Clearwater had the best

attendance at Infrastructure,

Transport and Environment

Committee from October 2014

to the present. He is the current

chairman.

At the Regulation and Consents

Committee Cr Lonsdale

had the worst attendance. He

attend nine meetings out of a

possible 14.

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The stone-built house had stabilisation

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earthquake, but requires strengthening

and repairing, which will

be done by contractor’s Dominion

Constructors Ltd.

The company, appointed by the

city council, will also be working

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SOUTHERN VIEW Tuesday September 6 2016 9

Girls’ High chefs award

winning crispy chicken

• By Caitlin Miles

TWO Christchurch Girls’

High School students have

taken gold in a national

culinary competition.

Emily Perkins and Bridget

James competed in the National

Secondary Schools Culinary

Challenge in Auckland last

week.

The girls took third place

and received a gold medal,

with a score of 92/100.

The pair qualified for the

national competition after

winning the Christchurch

regional final.

The competition involved

creating four portions of an

entree and a main dish in 90

minutes.

Hospitality teacher Holy

Caird helped them prepare for

the competition.

Miss Caird said she was

proud of how the girls performed

under pressure in the

busy kitchen.

“Myself and the school are

immensely proud of the girls,

they have done really well.”

Miss Caird said.

The girls faced off against

eight teams.

ACHIEVERS

PROUD: Mark Wylie and Glenn Fulcher with Emily Perkins

and Bridget James.

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As an entree, they made

herbed silverbeet and feta

galette rested on carved

venison loin, with beetroot,

pinot noir and balsamic

reduction, crispy salad of

rainbow chard stems, finished

with silverbeet flakes.

For a main, they made crispy

skin chicken breast stuffed

with mozzarella, semi-dried

tomatoes and basil served with

potato gnocchi, grilled baby

bell peppers and pancetta, and

caramelised brussels sprouts

on corn cream sauce.

Miss Caird said the competition

was like an episode out of

a cooking programme, with

the judges questioning the girls

as they cooked and the tasting

took place in a different room.

Emily plans to take a hospitality

course once she leaves

school. Bridget is currently

unsure what she plans to study,

but will definitely looking at

hospitality as an option.

STRENGTHENING: South Library and Beckenham Service Centre

has been temporarily strengthened is awaiting a decision on the

extent of repair works.

Centre repairs in discussion

A DECISION on how much will be

spent to repair South Library and

Beckenham Community Centre

will be decided on Thursday.

The city council will have three

options to consider but the preferred

and deemed the best value

for money will cost $8.6 million.

The library was badly

damaged in the February

22, 2011 earthquake.

It was closed in 2012, due

to safety concerns but was

reopened in the December

after some work was done to

strengthen the building.

The $8.6 million option

comes under the $15.5m

budgeted for the work.

Spreydon Heathcote community

board member Melanie Coker

(above) said the preferred option

covered what was needed.

“If it fixes the safety standard

and if it is still usable then that’s all

that matters,” Ms Coker said.

The second option includes

repairing and strengthening the

building and replacing the buildings

foundations. This is expected to cost

$14m.

The third option is currently over

the budget which includes

repairing, strengthening,

replacing the building foundations

and also re-levelling

the building. This option is

expected to cost $16.2m.

The preferred option

would strengthen the

building to 100 per cent of

the new building standard

and the work is expected to take

between 10-12 months to complete.

The repair works are not expected

to begin until August next

year, after the city’s central library

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Tuesday September 6 2016

SOUTHERN VIEW

Talent on show at Cultural Festival

SCHOOLS

Twelve schools in the southern area of the city took part in the

Christchurch Schools’ Cultural Festival. It provided pupils with a citywide

multicultural experience. Thorrington School, Spreydon School,

West Spreydon School, Opawa School, St Martins School, Hillmorton

School, Linwood North School, St Anne’s Catholic School, Linwood

Avenue School, Opawa School, Waltham School and Beckenham

School all entered teams. The festival featured multicultural

performances, as well as a visual art exhibition and wearable art

pageants.

COSTUMES: West Spreydon School’s Siofia Sau and Isileli Sau

embraced the cultural performance in their costumes.

West Spreydon School

FORMATION: Spreydon School pupils (back row) Lexi, J’vonte Charlotte, (middle row) Millie,

Elise, Manaia, Selai Astle, Libby, Tayla and (front row) Xariah, all prepared to show the

crowd their skills.

PHOTO: Janine Romano

DESIGN: Isabela

Faingaanuku of

West Spreydon

School in one of the

costumes created

for their show.

POI: (back) Sean,

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Charlotte, Tayla,

Rylee and Frances

of Spreydon School

twirled poi during

their show.

PHOTO: Janine

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SOUTHERN VIEW

SPORTS

Students find

walls no barrier

SCALING WALLS and

navigating tricky rock formations

was no problem for Cashmere

High School students last week.

Two teams from the school

won sections of the South Island

Secondary Schools Climbing

Competition. The boys and girls

teams both took out the top spot.

The competition was held at the

YMCA. There were 150 students

from high schools around the

South Island involved in the competition.

Cashmere High School entered

a boys, girls and mixed team in

the competition.

The goal of the competition was

to get as many team members to

climb as high as possible in the

allotted 5 minutes.

Individuals times were also

recorded, Cashmere students Jacob

O’Carroll and Tess Steel both

placed third in the individual sections

for the boys and girls competition.

The event was created

by YMCA to validate climbing as

a sport and to encourage young

people to get involved.

YMCA Adventure Centre manager

Mike Barber said this year

more schools and more places

have taken part than in the previous

years.

Big future for Lopas

CHRISTCHURCH Boys’

High School’s Jack Lopas is a

rower with “tonnes of promise”

following his world junior

rowing gold medal.

Canterbury Rowing regional

manger John Wylie praised

the 17-year-old’s performance,

saying he is one to look out for

in the future.

“He has tonnes of power. He’s

got good technique and he is

somebody who we believe is

going to continue to improve,”

he said.

Lopas and rowing partner

Lenny Jenkins, of Whakatane,

won gold in the double sculls

final on the last night of the

junior championships at the

Willem-Alexander Baan

Rowing Course in Rotterdam,

Netherlands.

The gold medal added to

five other medals won by New

Zealand representatives at the

combined junior, under-23

and senior world rowing

championships.

Former Christchurch Boys’

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former Christ’s College student

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Tough weather conditions in

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the world championship title

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gold medal with a time of 6m,

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Craft Corner

Wednesday, 11am-1pm

Join other crafty people at the

library to show your skills, teach

others or pick up some handy

tricks. The social environment is

a way of meeting new people and

making friends with other like

minded people. Find some craft

books in the library for your

next project while you’re there.

All skills types welcome, from

beginners to advance.

Linwood Library, level one,

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Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30pm-3.30pm

If you want to show off your

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library. Scrabble Club runs every

week for people to play and met

other people. There is no obligation

to attend, just go as you

wish. Some boards are provided

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Te Hapua: Halswell Centre on

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Mid-Week Laughter Club

Wednesday, 6pm-7pm

If you need a pick me up in the

middle of the week or a laugh for

no reason go the laughter club

is the place to be. There are no

jokes or comedy. It is a chance to

relax and laugh.

St Marks Methodist Church,

Cnr Barrington and Somerfield

St. Entry $2

A very short introduction to:

Local and Family History

Thursday, 10.30am-11.30am

Learn about the history of

the Sydenham area. This session

will include learning more

about Sydenham Cemetery, the

library’s collection of historical

photographs and the history of

local street names. There will

also be information provided on

how to start researching family

history including accessing

births, deaths and marriages.

There will also be a talk from

Lynda Sawyers of Addington.net

about her experience researching

family history and a short

question and answer session at

the end.

Spreydon Library, 266 Barrington

St.

Musical Instrument Practice

Slots

Thursday, 3.30pm – 7pm

Book a time to go solo or

have a silent practice with up to

four bandmates. There will be

electronic drums, a digital piano,

a Roland session mixer, mics

and headphones available for

budding musicians. You can also

take in your own electric instruments,

and plug into the session

mixer. Contact learningcentre@

ccc.govt.nz for more details.

Te Hāpua Halswell Centre, 341

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Design Disruptors

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documentary featuring design

leaders and product designers

from over 15 industry-toppling

companies. The film chronicles

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design-driven business revolutions

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the whole family to enjoy.

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Cnr Halswell Junction Rd and

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The Christchurch City

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community

SPRING: Risingholme Singers are gearing up for spring with

their latest performance titled Spring is in the Air. Musical

director Khin Wee Chen has been working with the group to

create this musical event for the community. William Grubb will

be accompanying the group during their performance. Listen

to the group as they show off their skill and musical knowledge.

Tickets cost $15 and under 13s are free. Phone 388 3235 or

email jwillmott@xtra.co.nz for more information. The concert is

will be held on Sunday afternoon from 3pm-4.30pm

Friday, 6.30pm-8.30pm

Meet the candidates running

for city council. The evening will

focus on the candidates answering

questions and presenting

their thoughts on arts and social

enterprise in the city. Take

the chance to get to know the

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Christchurch in terms of social

enterprise and the arts.

XCHC, 376 Wilsons Rd. Free

entry

Jane Curry and Marek Pasieczny

Saturday, 7.30pm

Award winning Dr Marek

Pasieczny and Dr Jane Curry

will perform classical pieces with

their guitars. Dr Pasieczny is a

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composer from Poland and Dr

Curry is a lecturer from Wellington,

together they will perform

many different pieces.

Hohepa, 23 Barrington St.

Tickets from $15

Opawa Farmers Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

Go to the market and pick

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pantry. Whether you just need

something for dinner or to fill

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He had spent a number of years

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NORTH BEACH surf

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The North Beach Surf

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100 years of service

to the community later

this year and is looking

for former members and

memorabilia for its centennial

celebrations at Labour

weekend.

Chairman Roger Smith

(above) said the club had

contacted former members

but many could not be

found.

“We are extraordinarily

proud of our record of

never having had a drowning

in the patrolled area of

our beach since we began

patrols in 1916,” he said.

“The North Beach community

has been incredibly

supportive of the club over

the years and we are asking

locals to help us track

down former members.”

The club has patrolled

the beach every weekend

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Ph. R.M. Solutions

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for a free quote.

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on sale include:

• Maples

• Dogwoods

• Oaks

• Flowering Cherry Trees

• Tulip Tree

• Crab Apple

• Liquid Amber

• Ash

• Limes and many more

Huge range.

Trees up to 5m in height.

Minimum

20% discount

TREES UP TO

80% OFF

Topiary Standards

All discounted

by 20%

• Portuguese Laurels

• Bay Laurels

• Meyer Lemon

• Liquidamber Gumball

• Cotinus Grace

Rhododendron

Varieties

English and Copper

Beech

Japanese Maples

Dogwood Trees

Big chunky plants.

$49.50 grade

NOW $35

Great for Pleached Hedges

Were $69 .50 NOW $50

Were $145 NOW $60

Were $165 NOW $100

Ideal for small/medium gardens.

Upright and weeping varieties.

All discounted by at least

20%

HUGE RANGE

Beautiful small tree with stunning

flowers.

Selected trees

NOW half price

All other varieties

20% discount

366 Halswell Junction Road, Halswell, Christchurch 8025 | T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

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OFF!

for a limited time only

UNTIL 18 september 2016

Deciduous and Evergreen

Magnolias

Minimum

20% off

Huge range,

Wonderful

spring flowers.

Hedging Plants

• Griselinia

• Pittosporum

• Photinia Red Robin

• Euonymus

• Mexican Orange

Blossom

• Bay Laurel

• Portuguese Laurel

• Plus many more

All discounted

by 20%

Flowering Cherry

Michelia Varieties

Pyrus Salicifolia

Pendula

(Weeping Silver

Pear Trees)

Kanzan, Falling Snow, Mountain Haze,

Shimidsu Sakura, Shirotae +

other varieties.

Were $125 NOW $80

Were $145 NOW $80

Were $165 NOW $100

Great ornamental evergreen tree with

fragrant flowers. Requires shelter from

wind when young.

20% DISCOUNT

Tough ornamental tree for exposed

sites. Were $145

NOW $80

366 Halswell Junction Road, Halswell, Christchurch 8025 | T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

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Planting plans. Allwood Trees

have a garden design service available


Good, honest gardening

advice is our hallmark

Canadian Maple

Chestnut Trees

Liquid Amber

American Sweet Gum

Wonderful avenue tree with great autumn colour.

Several varieties and grades available.

Jeffersred Were $125 NOW $80

Freemanii Were $125 NOW $80

Autumn Glory Were $125 NOW $80

Red Sunset Were $125 NOW $80

Beautiful specimen tree. Ideal for large

gardens. Were up to $165

NOW $50

Liquidamber (American Sweetgum)

wonderful Autumn colours.

Ideal for large gardens.

Were $195 NOW $100

Were $145 NOW $80

Were $125 NOW $60

Deciduous Magnolia

Jury Varieties

Pittosporum

Wrinkle Blue & other varieties

Gingko

Spectacular spring flowers.

Were $95

Great hedging plant. Fast growing.

Were $39.50 Were $125

NOW $60 NOW $30 NOW $60

366 Halswell Junction Road, Halswell, Christchurch 8025 | T: 03 349 9240 | E: info@allwood.co.nz

www.allwood.co.nz

OPEN 6 DAYS TUES to FRI - 9.00am to 5.00pm,

SAT & SUN - 8.30am to 4.00pm (for sale period only)

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