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Call for cycleway to keep

students safe near school

• By Noah Graham

BUSY ALDWINS and Ensors

Rds need an urgent cycleway to

keep Linwood College students,

who cycle to school, safe.

That’s the call from school

principal Richard Edmundson.

Mr Edmundson and Andrea

Cummings, a mother of two

children who attend the school,

made a deputation to the

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board to reduce

the speed limit along Ensors

and Aldwins Rds and to install a

cycleway.

The board asked city council

staff to investigate options into

installing a cycleway along the

roads.

Ms Cummings said when her

daughter had cycled to school

she worried for her safety.

She said cars travel along the

stretch of road “very fast” and

without a designated lane for

cyclists, someone was going to

get hurt.

“It is only a matter of time

before someone gets seriously

hurt.”

The speed limit on the stretch

of road is 60km/h and on

Aldwins and Ensors Rds about

34,300 and 24,100 vehicles travel

along them each day.

Mr Edmundson did not have

the exact number of students

UNSAFE: Students using Aldwins and Ensors Rds to cycle to school have to ride alongside a

stream of traffic, which Linwood College principal, and parents, are calling dangerous.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

who cycled to school, only that

the majority were discouraged

because parents were concerned

for their safety.

He said a cycleway installed on

the road or the pathway, along

with reduced vehicle speed,

would convince more students to

use bicycles.

“Anything we can do to

encourage kids to bike to school

needs to be looked at seriously,”

he said.

Mr Edmundson said the

school’s role was increasing each

year and a cycleway would help

alleviate the amount of congestion

and traffic on the road.

Students often phoned their

parents, talking about the near

misses they have had.

A recent incident saw one

student having to brake quickly

while changing lanes to avoid

crashing into a truck and was

glad it did not end differently,

which it could have.

Andrea

Cummings

Richard

Edmundson

Board member Alexandra

Davids said the stretch of road

was not safe for cyclists.

“At this moment I just don’t

think it is safe enough. If I were

a parent, I would not be keen

on my child cycling down that

stretch of road.”

She said the community board

was waiting on city council to respond

with a report on the possible

options on where and how

the cycleway could be installed.

A city council spokeswoman

said they did not know when the

community board could expect

the report.

She said if they could not have

the speed limit of the road reduced,

the safer option would be

to have a shared pedestrian and

cyclist pathway if it was possible.

It was important for children

in the area to be able to cycle to

school, Ms Davids said.

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News......................................3-6

AS THE city council spends

millions of dollars developing

cycleways across Christchurch, you

have to wonder why busy Aldwins

and Ensors Rds is not a priority.

As we reveal on page 1 today

those roads carry upwards of

33,000 vehicles a day. The roads

also carry very precious items –

Linwood College students.

Now principal Richard Edmundson

and parent Andrea Cummings

are spearheading a campaign to try

and convince the city council to

put in cycle lanes to make matters

safer for students.

There’s been a number of near

misses between vehicle and

cyclists. Both roads carry lots of

heavy vehicles.

Let’s hope the campaign is successful.

A good news story on page 3

– Gordon Lee, 90, has ticked off

another wish on his bucket list, a

motor-cycle ride. – Barry Clarke

A Woolston girl through and through

OUR PEOPLE 8

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

Sport............................................9

Community Events...10

Food...........................................13

Health & Beauty.........14

Focus on Health.............15

Real Estate..................... 17

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90-year-old takes ride of his life

• By Noah Graham

GEORGE LEE had two goals

when he was told he had bowel

cancer two years ago: Celebrate

his 90th birthday and have a

ride on a motorcycle.

On Monday, the resident of

Chatswood Retirement Village,

Opawa, ticked both those goals

off his bucket list as he donned

his black helmet and climbed

into the sidecar of a Moto Guzzi

motor-cycle on his 90th birthday.

With his new bike companion,

John Beardsley, the pair set off

from Opawa for a 20-minute

trip out to Sumner and back.

“It was a really good experience.

It wouldn’t be everybody’s

ideal birthday present but I certainly

enjoyed it,” George said.

He had wanted to ride on a

motor-cycle for a few years and

was pleased he had managed

to do it, even if it was “a wee bit

drafty.”

George’s daughter Catherine

said when he was diagnosed

with cancer two years ago, he

was told by the doctor he would

not make it to his 90th birthday

– he proved them wrong.

She had flown over from Australia

for the birthday and was

pleased her father had gone for

the ride, as they were worried he

would not be well enough.

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IN THE PORT HILLS

STYLE: George Lee went for a ride on his 90th birthday in the

sidecar of a Moto Guzzi motor-cycle with John Beardsley.

PHOTOS: MARTIN HUNTER

“I have not seen him smile

that much in a long time. He

was stoked,” she said.

“He was smiling from ear to

ear.”

She said George would always

“give something a go” but had

not done something like the bike

ride since 1997, when he and

his late wife, Lois, paraglided in

Australia.

George initially wanted to

ride pillion on the bike, but his

health would not allow it, so he

had to settle for a sidecar.

George’s son, Stephen, was

there to celebrate his dad’s birthday.

He said his dad deserved a

bit of fun after a tough start to

the year.

“It has been a bit of a year for

him. He’s had a big few weeks

with mum passing away in

March and him moving into the

retirement home.”

George and his wife were married

for 67 years.

Stephen said he and his sister

had no idea what the plan would

be for their dad’s 100th birthday.

In Brief

GRAFFITI DECLINES

Graffiti in south Christchurch

has decreased over the past

month. The number of incidents

in Linwood, Woolston and

Hoon Hay has reduced by 11 per

cent, 39 per cent and 19 per cent

respectively. However, Spreydon

had an increase of 44 per cent.

CONSTITUTION SIGNED

The Hoon Hay Community

Association’s constitution was

signed by the 10 founding

members last week. Chairwoman

Suzie Sauer said it was good

the group was now official and

could start the process of taking

over the lease of the Hoon Hay

Community Centre.

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Communities Fund are open and

can be applied for through the

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The first section of the Little

River Link cycleway is open. The

route runs from Hagley Park

across Moorhouse Ave and along

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before connecting to the Southern

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Multi-complex not wanted

Studholme

St resident

Martin

Flanagan

talks about

the effect a

high density

residential

development will have

on their street if the city

council gives it approval

The Retain Somerfield’s

Character action group formed

in response to bring attention

to Multay Development Ltd’s

proposal to build a four-unit,

two-storey, multi-complex, at 23

Studholme St.

This group of local home owners

are concerned a development

so out-of-character with the

surrounding neighbourhood will

negatively impact on existing

residents’ property values and

street parking, resulting in a

loss of privacy, street appeal and

school pedestrian safety.

Some will say we’re nimbys or

anti-development. I would reply

by saying we are concerned for

our properties and our community

neighbourhood because

city council and the Government

processes are no longer protecting

what we own.

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or require neighbours’ approval,

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density in the city.

This section in the Residential

Suburban Density Transition

zone is supposed to be a buffer

between low density and medium

density housing.

Replacing a three-bedroom

bungalow with a multi-unit

complex, adding 12 bedrooms –

is not transition. This would also

directly impact all properties on

the opposite side of Studholme St

who are in the low density zone,

as the zone boundary is drawn

down the middle of the street.

Building this proposed complex

will almost fill the 857m2

section, beyond the guidelines

and rules allowable by city council’s

City Plan.

We can’t help but think this is

solely for the developer to make

a huge profit, off the very special

character and charm of the street

which a huge complex would

ironically destroy.

We have had a lot of discussions

with local MPs and councillors

to voice our concerns. We

are hopeful the new Minister for

Greater Christchurch Regeneration,

Nicky Wagner, will support

our call for amending flaws in

the district plan zoning to protect

what remaining residential

character we still have in our

garden city neighbourhoods.

•Martin Flanagan is the

spokesman for Retain

Somerfield’s Character

action group.

We said:

Worsleys Rd residents

understand that trees

damaged by the Port Hills

fire earlier this year need

to be cleared but are

concerned city council

would not properly monitor

or maintain the road

You said:

Lynn Mortlock – I think

they do have a genuine gripe

especially seeing how little the

city council cares for our roads.

Spending millions on cycleways

and ignoring the state of some

roads around town. It’s seriously

bad.

Joshy Fitzy – They’re only

doing their job. It won’t be long

until you have peace and quiet

again.

Dean MacKenzie – There’s

been a disaster, now it’s getting

fixed.

Amanda Perham – Good

grief. What is the alternative?

Isn’t it important to clear the

Port Hills?

Lorna Bray – I feel if it needs

to be done, it needs to be done.

Pretty sure it won’t be like that

forever. Hang in there.

Rachel Christian – A bigger

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concern to me is drivers not

used to following log trucks.

Make the three-second rule four

to five seconds to stay safe. It

saved my life.

Deborah Hansen – They

are only clearing away the

mess left behind. Are you never

happy?

Nic Davies – Get over it you

soft lot. Stop your moaning and

smile.

Frank Littlewood – It’s only

temporary. It’s not like its going

to be a regular thing forever,

but I can see how it wouldn’t be

pleasant for those who live there.

Maree Brogan – Well they

have to do a job. Imagine clearing

that burnt smelly wood. It’s

messy and someone has to do it

and the trucks clear it. Let them

do their job and deal with it.

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Pupils plant trees along Heathcote

Laura McIntosh –

We had a drainage contractor

move in next door and they

had massive rolling stock

going up and down our street

six days a week for

over five years. We had to

have a big residents battle to

get the contractor out. The

city council have never

bothered to repair our road

since. Worsleys Rd residents

do have a reason to be

concerned, but I’m sure city

council will repair their road

quickly simply because of its

location.

John Robb – New Zealand

has become a nation of whiners.

Do you want it cleaned up

or not?

Laura Hardie – I know a

solution. Get into groups of

50, climb the hill, put some

gloves on and carry each of the

thousands of logs back down

the hill and across town. It

shouldn’t take you more than

a decade.

Marcus Isbada – There

are new subdivisions planned

for the area, so Worsleys Rd

residents (many of them just

moved in to the area) will get

even more traffic, plus the

thousands expected for the

adventure park. Lack of planning.

Brian Cox – Get over it.

We had to live next door to

red zone demolitions for three

years.

Kathleen Dawkins – Stop

griping for goodness sake.

Give it a couple of months and

you will be moaning nothing is

being done.

Te Waka Unua School pupils planted about 230 native trees along the

Heathcote River. A variety of trees were chosen representing those

that were originally planted in the area. It is hoped they will enhance

the walkway by the river and encourage birdsong, organiser Dugald

Wilson said. Ongoing care of the trees will be undertaken every two

months.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS ​

Club’s quiz night fundraiser

• By Noah Graham

THE WOOLSTON Club is hoping

to raise more than $1800 for Breast

Cancer Foundation NZ at this year’s

quiz night.

About 160 people filled the club’s

first Pink Ribbon quiz night fundraiser

last year. The club is hopeful

it can raise more money tomorrow

night, club marketing, functions and

events manager Victoria Laird said.

“People absolutely loved it,” she

said.

There is an extra element to this

year’s quiz – a spray and shaveathon

event where people can donate and

spray or shave their head for cancer.

Raffle prizes this year include Crusaders

tickets and a trip on the TranzAlpine

train worth hundreds of

dollars. The winning quiz team wins

a winter weekend in Lake Tekapo.

•Teams will need to register

through reception or phone 03

389 7039. The quiz starts 7pm

tomorrow.

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Church project to improve health

A GROUP of five Canterbury

health organisations are

collaborating to help improve

the lives of the region’s Pacific

communities through their

churches.

The initiative known as the

‘Tutupu Project’ has been widely

welcomed.

Seven churches

from around

Christchurch and

as far afield as

Ashburton and

West Melton are

participating in a

Maria

Pasene

nine-month commitment

to educate

and empower

nominated ‘health champions’

who will then take information

back to their communities.

“I wanted to be involved in the

Tutupu Project because this is an

opportunity for me to learn and

gather information about health,

so I can then pass on to my

family, church and community,”

said Teuila Saafi, youth leader of

Christchurch’s Tongan Seventh

Day Adventist.

Pegasus Health, Community

and Public Health, Rural Canterbury

PHO, Etu Pasifika and

Healthy Families Christchurch

will mentor the health champions

in nutrition, exercise and ways to

improve their health literacy.

Pegasus Health’s Pacific health

manager and project leader,

BREAKOUT:

Health

champions

taking an

exercise break.

Maria Pasene, said the health

champions will attend health

education sessions to expand

their knowledge about nutrition

and the importance of physical

activity with a particular focus

on children and young people.

“We have discussed the ways

in which Pacific peoples can help

clinicians to assist them in their

health journey. This includes

pushing past their natural shyness,

speaking up and providing

important information at visits to

the GP and hospital and asking

questions when they aren’t sure

about what’s being discussed. It’s

important to assert our needs

to improve our communities’

health.”

Ms Pasene said Pacific communities

were at a point where

they see themselves as part of the

solution rather than the problem.

“They are willing to investigate

ways to improve the health of

their families and communities.

We have the ability to link them

to resources and services that

will work with them in a way that

makes sense, such as church environments

where Pacific peoples

naturally connect, support and

communicate with each other.”

Cashmere students form volunteer army to do good

• By Noah Graham

THE CASHMERE Volunteer

Army is getting stuck in with the

community.

The army was started at Cashmere

High School in March last

year and has been helping out

community groups since.

From its initial clean-up of a

park in Cashmere View Tce to

helping with planting on the

Port Hills, the year 9 to 11 students

have done their best to do

good in the community.

School year 11 dean Margaux

Hlavac helped organise the

group alongside the year 10 student

council.

“It’s been a fantastic thing to

get under way as it is helping our

young people to feel connected

and valued in their community

and to feel like they can make a

difference.”

She said it was lovely to see

the students working alongside

people of different ages with a

common purpose.

The students’ most recent efforts

to make the community a

better place included the year 11

students hosting a school dodgeball

tournament, which raised

$250 for the Port Hills Restoration

fund, as well as helping with

the Mother of All Clean Ups.

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Jackie Simons

Getting people aware of Woolston

New Woolston

Residents Association

chairwoman

Jackie Simons is

a ‘Woolston girl’

through and through.

She talks to Noah

Graham about what

Woolston residents

need and how

important the area is

to her

What do you think you can

bring to the association and the

community?

I joined the committee for the

first time last year. Having been a

single parent and raised my family,

I now have time I want to give

back to the community. I grew up

in Woolston, I went to Woolston

School, my daughter went there,

I now have grandchildren there.

I am very much a Woolston girl.

We have many families with

intergenerational welfare dependence

and this is not entirely their

fault. I have been one of the fortunate

ones, I was able to get a good

education and have a reasonable

job with reasonable income. I

look around and see how I can

make this better. What can I do

that will improve our community

for the good of our children and

the adults? I went to the Woolston

Community Association last year

and asked what they were doing?

So I sat on the committee for the

last year and saw what these people

do. The previous chairwoman,

Robin Ross-Smith, had done 30

years with the association and

she wanted to step down and I

thought: ‘I can do this.’

What do you want to do with

the association?

I want to make the community

more aware of what is going

on. It is about finding ways to

get the word out there that the

community centre is there, is

available for different groups to

use and that things are going on.

We need to utilise the resources

DEDICATION: Jackie Simons has been with Unichem for the past 18 years as a pharmacy

technician and before that a naturopath.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

we have to find out what people

want and what they need. I’d like

to connect with other groups

that are working in the community.

We have the potential

for a community garden in the

area. I’d like to connect with that

group and say how can we work

together to make this better?

How can we help you and get

this going?

What issues do you think

need addressing?

We deserve a swimming pool.

We deserve a playground. We will

be heard on the issues around

lowering the speed outside Te

Waka Unua School. We will be

COMMUNITY

SPIRIT: The

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Residents

Association

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Jackie Simons

was a local body

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Community Board. ​

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what city council is going to

do with the Ferry Rd shopping

centre in Woolston. We will be

seeking to utilise the city council’s

resources in our community

development. To work with them,

to grow our client base and the

usage of the centre.

There are some people who

say Woolston and the east side

Christchurch has been forgotten

and is dead, what do you say

to those people?

We are very forgotten on the

east side and I think while we do

have some very good community

board members, we also have

much louder ones on either side

of us. So, yes we do get missed.

It’s about growing the use of the

centre and growing the awareness

of the association and getting

the people of Woolston more

involved where we can. We’re

fighting apathy. That’s our struggle.

When you get knocked back

and knocked back, what’s the

point? You have people saying

why would we bother, why would

we vote? We have to change it.

Could you tell me a bit more

about your family.

I went to Woolston School

and then went to a private girls’

school which gave me a real taste

for the other side of life. I experienced

various extremes. Growing

up, my father was very strong

about getting an education. This

manifested in different ways

in his four children but for me

what I discovered was the most

important thing is family. Family

extends to your neighbours

and your community. It is people

that matter. My daughters are

both full-time working mothers.

My older daughter is a single

mother. My younger child works

full-time and supports her four

children. It’s a very busy life.

What do you do as a full-time

job?

As a pharmacy technician I

run a robotic packaging unit and

we do a lot of rest home packaging.

It’s a niche job. It’s not the

be-all and end-all, though. My

life is outside my work. I’ve been

with the same company for 18

years now. Before that I had a

career with Telecom as a testing

technician and before that I was

a pastry cook. My father was

a baker. I started out working

in a bakery when I was eight.

I would get up on a weekend

to go early on a Saturday and

Sunday morning. I was working

full-time when I was 17. I went

and became a temp and then

nine years later I got redundancy

as a senior technician. I then

went to the college of natural

medicine and did a diploma in

clinical herbal medicine. An

advertisement went up for job

in a pharmacy in Northlands. I

went to work in that pharmacy

for natural health. I then went to

work at Eastgate Pharmacy and I

thought let’s be a technician and

went and did that.

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Two tough assignments

for Cashmere High

• By Andrew King

CASHMERE High has two

major football assignments

this week – keeping the

No 1 spot in the Connetics

first XI competition and

winning the school’s

equivalent of the Ranfurly

Shield.

Cashmere takes on St

Bede’s tomorrow night at

the Christchurch Football

Centre (7.30pm), before

travelling to the Nelson region

to challenge Waimea

College for the Alex

Harvey Industries Cup on

Thursday.

The cup is contested

by the country’s leading

secondary school football

teams on a challenge basis

since 1985, and is considered

the Ranfurly Shield of

high school football.

The first time it was won

by a South Island team was

in 2015 when Nelson College

lifted it off Auckland’s

Sacred Heart College 2-1.

Waimea College claimed

it when they beat Nelson in

their opening New Zealand

secondary schools football

championship qualifier 2-1,

in 2016.

Now Cashmere has the

opportunity to bring the

CLASH: Cashmere

High first XI coach

Craig Squire, and

the Alex Harvey

Industries Cup.

silverware even further

south.

“We will be fizzing for

that game,” coach Craig

Squire said.​

He said it was rare to see

the trophy in the South

Island, but if Cashmere has

their way they will look

to keep both hands firmly

on it.

Squire said it will be a

tough turnaround but they

are ready to give it their

best shot.

But the immediate goal is

to beat St Bede’s tomorrow

night.

The match will be difficult

for Cashmere without

SPORTS

SITTING

ONE OUT:

Cashmere

captain Lyle

Matthysen

will not be

available for

the St Bede’s

match after

being sent

off against

Burnside last

week, but will

be ready to

play against

Waimea on

Thursday.

the services of their star

player and captain Lyle

Matthysen who will serve

a one-match ban after being

sent off after receiving

two yellow’s in the match

against Burnside.

Squire said it would be

another tight match, but

the boys were up for it after

clawing their way back

from a 3-1 deficit against

Burnside to salvage a 4-4

draw.

“We will go back to the

defensive drawing board,

but that game was played

by two sides that love to

attack, so goals were always

going to be on the table,”

he said.

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Beginners Guide to Family

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Today - June 13, 6-8pm

Go along and start your New

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with a six week course. Key life

events such as births, marriages

and deaths will be researched,

along with sources covering

migration, military and electoral

information. Take along as much

as you already know about your

forebears - names, dates, places,

etc and the rest will be filled during

the course.

$15 per term and bookings

are required. South Library, 66

Colombo St

The White Room Presents

Today until May 31, 9am-6pm

This space supports people

who want to use visual art as a

vehicle to communicate their

thoughts, dreams, views, personal

experiences, knowledge

and aspirations with other

people. Focusing on art, not disability,

the works are the result of

a respectful sharing and exploration

of ideas and passions communicated

through the medium

of visual arts.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

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Christchurch Athenians

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Today, 7.30-9.15pm

Do you get nervous when you

talk in front of a group? Maybe

you’d like to feel more confident

when you speak? Learn by doing

in a friendly and supportive

environment, at your own pace.

You’ll be amazed at how fast you

succeed.

The Woolston Club, 43

Hargood St

Creative Writing Wednesdays

Tomorrow, 4-5.45pm

If your imagination runs wild

and you want to learn how to

put those ideas on paper in a way

that makes sense, head along

to this creative writing class. It

will suit people new to creative

writing, or those wanting to

hone their skills, pick up some

tips and learn from other aspiring

writers. Find some fictional

books while you’re at the library,

or some books on creative writing.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre. Free entry.

Mid-Week Laughter Club

Tomorrow, 6-7pm

The focus of the club is to get

over the stress of the first part of

the week and have a positive outlook

for the rest. The event aims

to release endorphins and help

you relax and lower stress levels.

Go and celebrate Samoan Language Week at Linwood Library at the Eastgate Shopping Centre

with creating and designing your own Samoan Se’evae Toso Toso (jandal). From 10-11am,

participate and enjoy learning some new Samoan words and greetings as part of Vaiaso o le

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There is no comedy, stand-up or

jokes at this session. Instead, you

are encouraged to make yourself

laugh at nothing at all for the

purpose of relaxing.

St Marks Methodist Church,

cnr Barrington and Somerfield

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Christchurch Woodturners

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Tomorrow and every fourth

Wednesday of the month, 7pm

Go along to the Christchurch

Woodturners Association

monthly meetings on the fourth

Wednesday of every month.

There is usually a demonstration,

show table and a cup of tea. The

association also runs classes for

people wishing to learn wood

turning using our club equipment.

Phone Rick Bolch for

more information 03 980 5156.

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Drive, Wigram

Board Games

Thursday, Friday and Saturday,

10am-6pm

Go along and enjoy a variety

of board games with all sorts to

choose from. Free, no bookings

required. Care giver required.

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Thursday, 10am-noon

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Storytime/Wa Korero

Thursday, 10-10.30am

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Tuesday May 23 2017 11

Linwood

College

PERSONALISED

PATHWAYS

TO SUCCESS

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

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

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

Enrolling now for 2018

Message from the Principal

Kia ora koutou. Talofa.

Kia Orana. Malo e lelei.

Bula. Fakaalofa atu.

Namaste and Kumusta.

Greetings to our

Community.

There is considerably

increased community

interest in Linwood

College. People are hearing about our

school’s re-development and they want to

know more. I am often asked at various

community events, “Why Linwood?” More

and more people are keen to know what

Linwood College can offer their children.

There are three clear answers to this

question.

Firstly, our school nurtures personal

excellence by providing varied opportunities

to meet individual needs. At Linwood

College learning success and personal wellbeing

are inseparable. All Linwood learners

can expect to be challenged, enriched and

supported to reach personal excellence.

Learning is personalised for a ‘love to learn’

culture so that each learning stage builds

upon one another to form an integrated,

personalised pathway.

Secondly, Linwood provides a safe, caring

physical and emotional environment with

positive systems and processes to support

students and communicate with families.

Well-being is at the heart of our school.

Finally, Linwood College embraces diversity

and inclusiveness. We see this as reflective

of both New Zealand society today and of

New Zealand’s global future. Linwood

learners have a global understanding.

These three answers about our school can

be summarised in one phrase: Pathways to

Excellence: learning and social well-being.

In this season of school open nights I am

holding regular appointments for families

keen to learn more about Linwood College

and meet me personally. Please phone the

school office, phone 9820100, to book in a

time.

Nga mihi nui to our community as the

positive activity of the year continues. I

am always keen to meet people so if any

member of the community wishes to talk to

me about anything, please contact the office

to arrange a time for this to occur. My door

is open.

Richard Edmundson - Tumuaki-Principal

Congratulations - Rise in NCEA Results

In early May our school received a letter

from the Minister of Education, the

Honourable Hekia Parata, congratulating

the Board of Trustees and wider school

on the significant improvements in our

2016 NECA results. Students, staff and

the Board are all pleased to receive this

positive acknowledgement.

Stepping into the Future - the shape of

things to come

Masterplanning is underway for our total

school rebuild on our site with the physical

work beginning in 2018. The time frame is

three years, so that the College can function

sensibly over the rebuild period.

Responding to the clear community voice on

Linwood College’s future direction, we will

have purpose-built general and specialist

facilities for classroom learning, sports and

Duke of Edinburgh Expedition

Seventeen students from Linwood College

deployed on a 3-day, 62 kilometre journey

with the Joshua Foundation to complete their

Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award

(DOEHA) Expedition.

The expedition took place in challenging

conditions through Motukarara, Little River,

then through the Kaituna Valley to the

Packhorse Hut and down to Gebbies Pass

- with the last part of the expedition over

the Banks Peninsula to Godley Heads and

terminating at Taylors’ Mistake Beach.

cultural pursuits.

Our classrooms will have the flexibility of

size to suit the student and the nature of the

learning occurring. Our facilities will centre

on learner-autonomy for personalised

success and future-focussed employability

and leadership skills.

A Linwood learner is nationally and globally

prepared.

Under the guidance of Chris Allan from the

Joshua Foundation, the students developed

their leadership knowledge and forged strong

personal relationships with each other with

great results.

Chris Allan and the Joshua Foundation has

worked with Linwood College over the past

nine years serving our school community

with hundreds of students successfully

completing the various awards.

Families roll up for Dessert

This month the Linwood College Hospitality

Department held a dessert restaurant over

two nights. Year 13 hospitality students

worked hard during Term 1, trialling mini

desserts for the degustation event with

Year 12 hospitality students trained in table

service.

The evenings would not have been as

successful as they were, without the hard

work and planning by former Linwood

College student Navneet Narayan. These

evenings are deservedly attracting more

and more attention.

Power Up East!

Pasifika students from any school are all

invited to participate in this programme

involving tutoring, mentoring and

engagement for our Pasifika Community.

This is based at Linwood College every

Tuesday from 5pm to 6.50pm.

Come along with your families to the Linwood

College School Hall. Groups separate into

ECE, primary and secondary sectors and

parents will have their own session too!

Spread the word. Let’s Power Up for Pasifika

success!

David Siumu was the youngest contestant in his section during the recent SPACPAC Speech Competition.

Titi Tomasi (right) came third in the Senior Samoan speech category.

Fuel Up Fundraiser

Our local Z garage on Linwood Avenue are

running the ‘Good in the Hood’ project.

Please support the local Alternative

Education provider KAP (Kimihia Adventure

Programme) by fueling up there and popping

the token in to support KAP.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Time Honoured

Remedy

1 in 2 People

Deficient in B12

According to a country Doctor “D.C. Jarvis”

from Vermont in the USA cider vinegar and

honey (CV & H) can be an important part of

a long healthy life. Dr. Jarvis noted Vermonters

who regularly consumed cider vinegar and

honey had excellent health with many putting

in a vigorous day’s work on the farm even

when well into their eighties.

Dr. Jarvis found the effects of cider vinegar

and honey on arthritis can be remarkable

with many patients reporting almost total

relief after taking a course of the cider vinegar

and honey. Dr. Jarvis surmised that the acid

and potassium in cider vinegar counteracted

calcium deposits and helped the body control

calcium use.

As well as a general tonic Dr. Jarvis found

regular administration of cider vinegar and

honey at the onset of complaints such

as the common cold, sinusitis,

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and childhood diseases

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Apple cider vinegar contains all the goodness

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by the body. Scientists have found over 90

different substances in ACV, among them 20

important trace elements, minerals, essential

enzymes, a number of different acids including

malic acid, amino acids and roughage in the

form of potash and pectin. A scientific study

at the Shizuka University in Japan has proven

ACV to have potent antioxidant benefits (It can

destroy free radicals, which are a major factor

in ageing.) and also the ACV can break down

cholesterol formations in the blood vessels.

ACV and H is a powerful tonic that also

promotes digestion, assimilation of nutrients

and elimination of waste, and helps neutralize

any toxic substances that enter the body.

It is important to note not all cider vinegar

is made in the traditional way and results are

likely to prove disappointing with these other

vinegars.

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The reason so many people lack B12 appears

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