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ANTISOCIAL: Noise from drivers doing burnouts on Vista Pl, bong smoking and using the area as a toilet is disturbing residents.<br />

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BONE-SHAKING DUB music,<br />

bong smoking, squealing tyres,<br />

shouting and screaming.<br />

Just another Wednesday night<br />

in suburban Huntsbury.<br />

And Thursday night and<br />

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Residents of Vista Pl and<br />

Huntsbury Ave say they feel<br />

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One woman, who didn’t want<br />

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She said they’ve been advised<br />

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“Sometimes police come up,<br />

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“THe (youths) enter people’s<br />

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“You start to question your<br />

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guys running around entering<br />

properties. Often they’re looking<br />

for a hose to fill their bongs with<br />

but they could be looking<br />

to break in or suss a<br />

property out.”<br />

Residents contacted<br />

Spreydon-Cashmere<br />

Community Board<br />

chairwoman Karolin<br />

Potter (right) in despair<br />

last month after putting<br />

in regular calls to police<br />

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Ms Potter told a city council<br />

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Thursday and said it had been<br />

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“We’ve got a real problem up<br />

there with people in<br />

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substances and<br />

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local residents calling<br />

the police most<br />

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were there until 3am.”<br />

She told the<br />

<strong>Southern</strong> <strong>View</strong> it was<br />

happening five nights<br />

out of seven and sometimes<br />

during the day as well.<br />

“I’ve been up there and I<br />

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THe board is trying to organise<br />

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It’s very difficult to get police to<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

News........................................3-7<br />

HUNTSBURY RESIDENTS have<br />

every right to be super angry as<br />

our front page article reveals.<br />

They are enduring every neighbourhoods’<br />

nightmare – hoons in<br />

cars. But these hoons are doing<br />

more than just burnouts.<br />

Noise, using properties as toilets,<br />

the list goes on. It’s most nights<br />

too. The police don’t appear to be<br />

doing too much about it, according<br />

to our inquiries.<br />

Residents say they have contacted<br />

the police. The advice: Ring<br />

111 when incidents happen.<br />

That’s fair enough but the 111<br />

system is designed for priority. So<br />

when other more serious or urgent<br />

incidents occur, the Huntsbury<br />

problem becomes less important.<br />

Now there’s a meeting planned<br />

between the community board,<br />

police and residents. Police should<br />

just go alone and enforce the law.<br />

There will be no complaints from<br />

residents. – Barry Clarke<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Child sex offender concern<br />

Meeting<br />

held by<br />

residents<br />

• By Andrew King<br />

SOMERFIELD residents met<br />

on Thursday to discuss the<br />

placement of a convicted<br />

child sex offender in their<br />

community.<br />

It comes after schools and residents<br />

were told on May 29 about<br />

the offender being released from<br />

prison and who would soon be<br />

living near them.<br />

The meeting<br />

was organised<br />

by Labour MP<br />

for Port Hills<br />

Ruth Dyson<br />

(left) and included<br />

Somerfield<br />

Residents<br />

Association<br />

representatives and Department<br />

of Corrections staff.<br />

Ms Dyson labelled the meeting<br />

as “extremely positive.”<br />

“They have really tried to engage<br />

the community as much as<br />

possible. We were told it was the<br />

first time that Corrections have<br />

door-knocked residents to let<br />

CONCERN: Letters have been sent to schools warning of a sex offender living in the<br />

community.<br />

them know what is happening,”<br />

she said.<br />

She said she initially had<br />

doubts that police would be able<br />

to respond to any breaches of<br />

conditions, but said Corrections<br />

reassured her police would make<br />

it a “top priority.”<br />

Residents association chairwoman<br />

Julie Tobbell said it was<br />

good to allow the community to<br />

voice their concerns.<br />

“I will be looking to set up a<br />

meeting with concerned residents<br />

and Corrections at a later<br />

date once I find out how many<br />

people would be interested in it,”<br />

she said.<br />

No specific details about the<br />

offender were discussed at the<br />

meeting, Ms Tobbell said.<br />

The next time the residents<br />

association will meet is July<br />

10, but Ms Tobbell said there<br />

could be another meeting set up<br />

if there was a large number of<br />

interested residents who wanted<br />

to attend.<br />

Schools were notified by<br />

Corrections staff who assured<br />

them that there will be 24/7<br />

monitoring, exclusion zones<br />

to prevent contact with<br />

children, and the offender will<br />

be housed more than 500m<br />

from schools.<br />

Letters were sent to Somerfield,<br />

St Peter’s and Cashmere<br />

High schools.<br />

Corrections staff were also going<br />

door-to-door in Somerfield<br />

letting the community know.<br />

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McMaster & Heap<br />

Veterinary practice<br />

Air rifle<br />

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Chanel, a beautiful 17 month old Birman<br />

arrived home late one Sunday evening with<br />

a profusely bleeding wound on her back.<br />

Her very concerned owners rushed her to<br />

the After hours clinic where she was placed<br />

on oxygen, given intravenous fluids and pain<br />

relief. The xray taken showed Chanel had<br />

been shot with two air rifle pellets – one was<br />

sitting in her abdomen and one in her left<br />

hind leg. She was also slightly anemic due<br />

to blood loss. Miraculously she was still alive.<br />

Chanel was operated on to remove the hind<br />

leg pellet that night but it was felt too risky<br />

to open her up and remove the abdominal<br />

pellet due to ongoing blood<br />

loss. Thankfully the pellets<br />

missed her vital organs and<br />

spine.<br />

Chanel arrived at McMaster<br />

& Heap Vet Practice on<br />

Monday morning in a fairly<br />

critical condition. She was<br />

closely monitored and her<br />

pain medication with a<br />

fentanyl patch provided<br />

her with continuous relief<br />

– being shot would be<br />

quite sore!<br />

Chanel had regular blood<br />

tests in house to check her<br />

vital organs and to be sure<br />

her anemia wasn’t worsening. Unfortunately<br />

she was becoming more anemic. Kirsty<br />

performed an abdominal ultrasound and<br />

took chest xrays to check for free blood<br />

indicating an active bleed. There was also<br />

some concern about potential damage<br />

to her left kidney from the pellet location.<br />

Thankfully through all this her appetite was<br />

great!<br />

Prior to her<br />

second surgery,<br />

it was decided<br />

that Chanel<br />

would benefit<br />

from a blood<br />

transfusion to<br />

help her red<br />

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She was blood<br />

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The donor cat has their red<br />

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The following day Chanel<br />

appeared brighter and<br />

happier. We decided to<br />

wait a further week before<br />

operating to make sure her<br />

blood levels were stable<br />

and that she was producing<br />

good numbers of red cells<br />

on her own. The repeated<br />

ultrasound and xray showed<br />

that thankfully her left<br />

kidney appeared normal<br />

however the bullet had<br />

slightly moved.<br />

Chanel’s surgery proceeded without a<br />

hitch. The bullet was successfully removed<br />

with very little trauma, from just behind<br />

her left kidney. That afternoon she was<br />

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to be discharged from our hospital. We<br />

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• By Mark Thomas – Specialist Fire<br />

investigator<br />

HANDCUFFS SUGGEST policemen.<br />

So when a man walked into the<br />

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The metre/heater rule applies to anything<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 5<br />

News<br />

4K technology for St George’s<br />

FROM HOLLYWOOD to the<br />

operating theatre – technology<br />

used in blockbuster movies<br />

is now being used to help<br />

Christchurch surgeons during<br />

operations.<br />

The 4k imaging technology<br />

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That will allow surgeons to<br />

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surgery, and zoom in as<br />

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Hospital chief executive<br />

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would directly benefit<br />

patients.<br />

“The redevelopment has<br />

provided us with a key<br />

opportunity to invest in worldleading<br />

innovation to provide<br />

our patients with superior care,”<br />

he said.<br />

ADVANCED: One of the new<br />

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surgery. The technology now<br />

in use has been used in big<br />

screen movies, including the<br />

Hunger Games.<br />

New lights to<br />

improve traffic<br />

flow, safety<br />

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY and<br />

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in Halswell.<br />

The city council is seeking<br />

public feedback on a new set of<br />

traffic lights at the intersection of<br />

Augustine Dr and Halswell Rd.<br />

Augustine Dr will flow into a<br />

new road, Monsaraz Boulevard,<br />

at the proposed lights.<br />

The proposed lights will<br />

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including the heritage park, with<br />

the historic Spreydon Lodge and<br />

SouthWest Village commercial<br />

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The proposed lights are set to<br />

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further down Halswell Rd.<br />

•Residents can give<br />

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Complaint<br />

made over<br />

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A WOMAN who complained<br />

about noisy children in the<br />

Linwood Library has now gone<br />

to her local community board.<br />

Linwood resident Elizabeth<br />

Graham made a formal complaint<br />

to the library’s service<br />

centre on May 18 about “uncontrolled<br />

noise children are making<br />

in the library . . . ”<br />

The following week, she wrote<br />

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community Board after<br />

what she said was an “unsatisfactory<br />

response” from the library.<br />

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put up advising library patrons<br />

of when the children’s sessions<br />

will be on each week.<br />

Her letter will be discussed at<br />

the board’s meeting tomorrow.<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

A ST MARGARET’S College<br />

student who has been highland<br />

dancing since she was three<br />

has been selected as part of the<br />

national academy.<br />

Annabel Watts, 16, danced<br />

her way into a spot as one of<br />

the youngest members of the<br />

New Zealand Academy of<br />

Highland and National Dancing.<br />

“There are a few younger<br />

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people but there are a lot around<br />

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The auditions took place in<br />

the city at the beginning of<br />

April, which Annabel said was<br />

perfect having them “at home.”<br />

Annabel will join the<br />

company for its <strong>2017</strong> and 2018<br />

season.<br />

“I could’ve done it last year<br />

but I decided school was more<br />

important,” she said.<br />

Beginning with workshops<br />

and conferences around the<br />

.kiwi<br />

country, Annabel will also<br />

perform at the Virginia Tattoo<br />

arts festival.<br />

Now she has to focus on practising,<br />

which she does at least<br />

three times a week.<br />

Her love for highland dance<br />

started more than <strong>13</strong> years ago.<br />

“When I was three I liked the<br />

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• By Bridget Rutherford<br />

DISCONNECTING THE free<br />

Wi-Fi at the Riccarton bus<br />

lounge is one of many ideas<br />

being investigated to try and<br />

curb the antisocial behaviour<br />

plaguing the area.<br />

A working group, made up<br />

of city council staff, Halswell-<br />

Hornby-Riccarton Community<br />

Board members, and representatives<br />

from nearby businesses<br />

and Westfield Riccarton, has<br />

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Wi-Fi was one<br />

idea the group<br />

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youths loitered outside to use it.<br />

He said the group was looking<br />

at a range of other options,<br />

including installing security<br />

cameras, and the idea of creating<br />

an anti-loitering bylaw that<br />

would give police the power to<br />

move people on.<br />

“I don’t think one silver bullet<br />

is going to solve the issue,” Mr<br />

Mora said.<br />

“It’s a work in progress and<br />

we’re going to keep the momentum<br />

up.”<br />

Since opening in 2015, the bus<br />

lounge had been a hot-spot for<br />

trouble-causing youths.<br />

Nearby businesses have had<br />

enough of them loitering and<br />

intimidating their customers.<br />

Community board member<br />

Debbie Mora said turning off the<br />

Wi-Fi could be done on a trial<br />

basis to see whether it made any<br />

difference.<br />

Another working party has<br />

been formed to discuss ways to<br />

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and in turn, less attractive<br />

for loiterers.<br />

Ideas raised included the possibility<br />

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Riccarton installing windows on<br />

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Huge Golden Oldies festival<br />

In just under a year,<br />

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THEY ENJOY social sport and a<br />

good after-match function.<br />

And next year, more than<br />

10,000 Golden Oldies will come<br />

to Christchurch in the largest<br />

sporting event the city has ever<br />

seen.<br />

The aim? Fun, friendship and<br />

fraternity.<br />

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Golden Oldies Sports Celebration<br />

will run throughout April at<br />

different locations in the city.<br />

But this event, organised by<br />

sport event management, tour<br />

and travel company Vintage<br />

Sport and Leisure, will be different<br />

to any others in Golden<br />

Oldies’ history.<br />

Vintage Sport and Leisure<br />

chief executive Peter McDermott<br />

said it was designed especially<br />

for the city following the September<br />

4, 2010, and February 22,<br />

2011, earthquakes.<br />

“[Canterbury Earthquake<br />

Recovery Authority] asked if<br />

we could do something that<br />

would be a bit different and<br />

encouraging for people to learn<br />

that Christchurch, despite its<br />

problems, was well and truly<br />

regenerating.”<br />

Normally, Golden Oldies’<br />

tournaments for each sport are<br />

held in different international<br />

cities every two years. But come<br />

April, the event will combine 10<br />

different sports.<br />

Lawn bowls, golf, squash,<br />

football and basketball are new,<br />

while the traditional rugby,<br />

cricket, netball, hockey and softball<br />

will feature as well.<br />

“We’ve never done 10 sports<br />

in one place. This is designed<br />

specially for Christchurch,” Mr<br />

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McDermott said.<br />

“We anticipate about 10,000<br />

participants, of which probably<br />

75 per cent to 80 per cent will<br />

come from overseas or outside of<br />

Christchurch.”<br />

Hagley Park will be the event<br />

hub, with rugby, cricket, football<br />

and netball played there.<br />

Nunweek Park, Cowles<br />

Stadium, Mizuno Ballpark and<br />

Papanui Bowling Club will<br />

host the other codes, with golf<br />

being played across Harewood,<br />

Christchurch, Pegasus and<br />

Terrace Downs golf clubs. The<br />

squash venue will be finalised<br />

soon.<br />

Mr McDermott said although<br />

Golden Oldies was open to<br />

anyone over 35, the bulk of participants<br />

were between 45-65.<br />

Most participants were from<br />

New Zealand and Australia. But<br />

competitors from Japan, Russia,<br />

the United States, Canada, England<br />

and Ireland will make the<br />

journey as well.<br />

The oldest rugby player who<br />

had taken part was 87, while at<br />

last year’s Golden Oldies World<br />

Rugby Festival in Cardiff there<br />

were 10 players aged over 80.<br />

It’s not just the sport they<br />

come for. “They’re a very social<br />

group,” Mr McDermott said.<br />

“They enjoy their sport and to<br />

mix and mingle and meet other<br />

people.”<br />

The event is expected to bring<br />

$33 million of direct economic<br />

benefit to Canterbury.<br />

“Based on our past history,<br />

they are big spenders on entertainment,<br />

food and beverage,<br />

and retail.”<br />

Canterbury Chamber of<br />

Commerce chief executive Peter<br />

Townsend said the city now had<br />

the infrastructure to accommodate<br />

an event of this magnitude.<br />

“It will have a very positive<br />

economic impact,” he said.<br />

“We’re going to have a massive<br />

influx of people who will be able<br />

to see first-hand what stage we<br />

are at recreating our city, and<br />

how good it’s all starting to look,<br />

and they will go away and tell<br />

their friends and family what is<br />

on offer here. That will be a huge<br />

stimulus for the city.”<br />

City councillor Tim Scandrett<br />

said those attending were generally<br />

big spenders and it was great<br />

to be able to showcase postquake<br />

Christchurch.<br />

“It’s really important to show<br />

that we are back up and running.”<br />

For some participants, Golden<br />

Oldies isn’t their first taste of<br />

international competition.<br />

Previously, it has attracted<br />

ex-internationals such as Brumbies<br />

coach and former Wallaby<br />

Stephen Larkham, former All<br />

Black prop Greg Somerville and<br />

West Indies cricketing legend<br />

Joel Garner.<br />

But Mr McDermott said that<br />

didn’t intimidate other competitors.<br />

In fact, it was quite the<br />

opposite.<br />

“They love it.”<br />

At one event, Larkham played<br />

10min for every team and 10min<br />

against so everyone got to play<br />

with and against him, Mr Mc-<br />

Dermott said. It was too early to<br />

say whether there would be any<br />

familiar faces playing next year.<br />

But Mr McDermott said Garner<br />

was likely to attend, although<br />

he was not expected to take to<br />

the pitch.<br />

Although most of the games<br />

were social, there were still<br />

heated rivalries.<br />

“There are rivalries, some<br />

teams come back frequently.<br />

The Australian and Kiwis have<br />

a good, friendly rivalry, but they<br />

like to have the bragging rights.”<br />

And sometimes, there is an<br />

opportunity to win a world<br />

record.<br />

At Cardiff’s Golden Oldies<br />

World Rugby Festival,<br />

participants broke the Guinness<br />

World Record for the largest<br />

scrum.<br />

Welsh referee Nigel Owens<br />

officiated the scrum, which was<br />

made up of <strong>13</strong>00 people.<br />

“We’re looking for ideas<br />

to do something similar in<br />

Christchurch,” Mr McDermott<br />

said.<br />

He said it would “probably” be<br />

the first and last time the Golden<br />

Oldies’ event will be held in this<br />

format, because it was difficult to<br />

find a city that could host every<br />

code.<br />

But it will be an event to<br />

remember for many.<br />

“Some of the friendships<br />

established 20 years ago are still<br />

very strong,” he said.<br />

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• By Andrew King<br />

CASHMERE WILL look to pick<br />

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The game, which will take<br />

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keep clean sheets and stay fresh,<br />

he said.<br />

“The boys have been in need<br />

of a rest as they are playing a<br />

large amount of football through<br />

school and club teams. This<br />

week off has allowed the team to<br />

refresh for the game this week<br />

against Shirley.”<br />

The team had minimal training<br />

sessions last week to try and<br />

stay refreshed heading into the<br />

second half of the season.<br />

Points table<br />

1. St Thomas, 12pts; 2. St<br />

Andrew’s, 12pts; 3. Lincoln,<br />

11pts; 4. Burnside, 11pts;<br />

SPORTS<br />

READY TO GO: Cashmere will look to roar back into the<br />

competition against Shirley tomorrow after having a week off.<br />

5. Cashmere, 10pts; 6. St<br />

Bede’s, 10pts; 7. CBHS,<br />

9pts; 8. Riccarton, 7pts; 9.<br />

Shirley, 7pts; 10. Middleton,<br />

4pts; 11. Christ’s, 4pts; 12.<br />

Papanui, 3pts; <strong>13</strong>. Rangiora,<br />

3pts.<br />

PROUD<br />

MOMENT:<br />

Pat Barwick<br />

(left)<br />

presents<br />

the shield<br />

named<br />

after her<br />

to winning<br />

Rangi Ruru<br />

captain<br />

Annabelle<br />

Wilson.<br />

Rangi win Pat Barwick<br />

Shield for first time<br />

• By Andrew King<br />

RANGI RURU’S first XI hockey<br />

team have won the Pat Barwick<br />

Shield for the first time in the<br />

school’s history with a great<br />

second half performance against<br />

Villa Maria on Friday night.<br />

The shield was named after<br />

Barwick, a ​former Black Sticks<br />

women’s captain from 1971-79,<br />

and came into existence in 2014.<br />

It is considered the Ranfurly<br />

Shield of high school women’s<br />

hockey.<br />

The first half of the game was<br />

a feeling out period at Marist<br />

Park. With Rangi slow out of the<br />

blocks, they found themselves<br />

defending a penalty corner within<br />

minutes of the first whistle.<br />

They turned it around in the<br />

second half, finding the back<br />

of the net four times to win the<br />

shield off their nearby rivals.<br />

It was presented to captain<br />

Annabelle Wilson by Barwick<br />

herself.<br />

Rangi director of sport Jo<br />

Fogarty said it was a real buzz to<br />

have the shield on the line and<br />

they look forward to seeing who<br />

will challenge them for it first.<br />

The shield has to be challenged<br />

for by schools, it is not automatically<br />

on the line when playing the<br />

holder.<br />

Three challenges must be made<br />

each season.<br />

“We cannot wait to see who<br />

will take us on for it next,” Fogarty<br />

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Creating a Better<br />

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When was the last time you<br />

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At Better Denture, the denture clinic<br />

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says experienced dental technician and<br />

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“We focus on making it easier for people<br />

coming here to have dentures made or<br />

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Chris understands that people can be a bit<br />

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but he makes sure everyone feels welcome<br />

and comfortable at Better Denture by<br />

breaking down those barriers and putting<br />

them at ease.<br />

The process of having new dentures made<br />

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and Chris explains the process step by step<br />

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WOOLLY MARKET: With winter here, find some wool for clothes, blankets and<br />

much more to keep you warm in the winter months. If you knit, crochet, spin,<br />

weave, or you’d like to learn, go along to this event. There will be a large variety<br />

of colours and types of wool to buy from international craft brands at this event.<br />

Meet other creative people and learn some new skills at the market. This event<br />

will take place on Saturday, 10am to 5pm, entry will be free so take some friends<br />

and enjoy a delicious treat while you walk around the various stalls. ​<br />

Creative Writing<br />

Wednesdays<br />

Tomorrow, 4-5.45pm<br />

If your imagination runs<br />

wild and you want to learn<br />

how to put those ideas<br />

on paper in a way that<br />

makes sense, head along<br />

to this creative writing<br />

class. It will suit people<br />

new to creative writing,<br />

or those wanting to hone<br />

their skills, pick up some<br />

tips and learn from other<br />

aspiring writers. Find<br />

some fictional books while<br />

you’re at the library, or<br />

some books on creative<br />

writing.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre.<br />

Free entry<br />

Mid-Week Laughter<br />

Club<br />

Tomorrow, 6-7pm<br />

The focus of the club is<br />

to get over the stress of the<br />

first part of the week and<br />

have a positive outlook for<br />

the rest. The event aims<br />

to release endorphins and<br />

help you relax and lower<br />

stress levels. There is no<br />

comedy, stand-up or jokes<br />

at this session. Instead,<br />

you are encouraged to<br />

make yourself laugh at<br />

nothing at all for the<br />

purpose of relaxing.<br />

St Marks Methodist<br />

Church, cnr Barrington<br />

and Somerfield Sts. Entry<br />

$2<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, 11am-1pm,<br />

and Thursday, 1.30-<br />

3.30pm<br />

Those who want to have<br />

a chat while they construct<br />

their favourite wool<br />

creations can at the weekly<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn meetings.<br />

From crochet to knitting<br />

or a craft of your choice,<br />

have fun with this social<br />

group. There are a variety<br />

of books to help inspire<br />

ideas for your next project<br />

or even to help a beginner.<br />

Everyone is welcome.<br />

Every Thursday,<br />

1.30-3.30pm, South City<br />

Library, 66 Colombo<br />

St. Every Wednesday,<br />

Linwood Library, Eastgate<br />

Shopping Centre, 11am-<br />

1pm<br />

Board Games<br />

Thursday, Friday and<br />

Saturday, 10am-6pm<br />

Go along and enjoy a<br />

variety of board games<br />

with all sorts to choose<br />

from. Free, no bookings<br />

required. Care giver<br />

required.<br />

Spreydon Library, 266<br />

Barrington St<br />

Maker Space – Family<br />

Times<br />

Thursday, 10am-noon<br />

Go and check out the<br />

cool Maker Space which<br />

will feature crafts, Lego<br />

3-D colouring, clay,<br />

interactive games and<br />

more.<br />

South Library, 66<br />

Colombo St<br />

Game Zone – Linwood<br />

Library<br />

Thursday,, 3.30-4.30pm<br />

Play great favourites<br />

like Minecraft, Charades,<br />

Connect Four, Pictionary<br />

and more. Join in X-box<br />

and PS4 tournaments.<br />

All children aged 8-12<br />

welcome. No booking or<br />

payment required.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

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by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

Spreydon Social Games<br />

Club<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

Go and join the club for<br />

a friendly game or two.<br />

There will be Upwords,<br />

Scrabble, cards, Chess,<br />

Mahjong and more.<br />

Spreydon Library, 266<br />

Barrington St<br />

Opawa Farmers’<br />

Market<br />

Sunday, 9am-noon<br />

Find some organic<br />

and delicious produce<br />

from local growers. From<br />

artisan bread and french<br />

pastries to fresh berries<br />

and local cheeses, there<br />

will be something for<br />

everyone.<br />

275 Fifield Tce. Free<br />

entry<br />

Market Day<br />

Sunday, 9am-1pm<br />

To help raise money for<br />

the rebuild of the school<br />

and community pool, go<br />

along to the market day.<br />

There will be a variety<br />

of stalls and different<br />

items on offer, including<br />

new and second-hand<br />

goods, delicious food and<br />

coffee. For stall inquires,<br />

email wssfriendswhanau@<br />

gmail.com<br />

West Spreydon School,<br />

147 Lyttelton St<br />

Ellesmere Big Band<br />

Sunday, 7.30-9.30pm<br />

The band will make<br />

their way from Leeston to<br />

perform a mix of ballads,<br />

swing and pop music with<br />

some vocal performances<br />

as well.<br />

Irish Society Hall, 29<br />

Domain Tce. Entry from<br />

$8<br />

Kids love CASPA!<br />

CASPA (Creative After School Programmed are safe and enjoying the benefits of a quality<br />

Activities) incorporating PAPA JACKS, offers after school programme. Some parents and<br />

children the opportunity to be creative, make caregivers also enjoy government subsidies<br />

new friends and try new experiences all within for CASPA. CASPA is Child Youth and Family<br />

a safe, nurturing environment. CASPA offers approved for the OSCAR Subsidy and in some<br />

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CASPA attributes its success to the variety of Caroline, Rachel or Tania on 349 9260 or<br />

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kids enjoy an exciting range of<br />

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Karaoke Dance Party, CASPA<br />

Fear Factor, Healthy Art, Out<br />

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CASPA parents enjoy peace<br />

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Lindisfarne is a<br />

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Lindisfarne Nursery School was established<br />

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Our registered teachers provide a<br />

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Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat<br />

TAB POD<br />

GAMING ROOM<br />

202 Marine Parade | Ph 388-9416<br />

Members, guests and affiliates welcome<br />

Chalmers<br />

Restaurant<br />

Early Bird Special<br />

5.30pm – 6.30pm<br />

FRI & SAT<br />

Roast (4 Choices)<br />

and Free Desserts<br />

still only $22.50<br />

Unbeatable value<br />

including your<br />

choice of fresh<br />

Veges and Salads<br />

PIERVIEW<br />

Restaurant<br />

Quality<br />

a la carte<br />

with a view!<br />

Open from 5.30pm<br />

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY<br />

OPEN FOR SUNDAY 3 COURSE<br />

SUNDAY BRUNCH DINNER SPECIAL<br />

$25<br />

By the Seaside!<br />

10.30am-2pm<br />

SUNDAY BUFFET<br />

Sunday 25th <strong>June</strong><br />

ALL YOU CAN EAT<br />

$25 BOOK NOW!<br />

Hornby WMC | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Road | Hornby<br />

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome


24 Tuesday <strong>June</strong> <strong>13</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi<br />

SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

Chop n Wok<br />

Mango Tree Indian Cuisine<br />

McDonalds<br />

Metropolitan Milkbar & Bakery<br />

Mediterranean Taste<br />

Muffin Break<br />

Pita Pit<br />

Sushi Time<br />

Yoghurt Story / Green Stop<br />

Central City Flowers<br />

Champions of the World<br />

EB Games<br />

Flight Centre<br />

Haircuts for Haircuts<br />

Hannahs<br />

Health 2000<br />

Japanz Bakery<br />

Just Incredible<br />

Michael Hill Jeweller<br />

Mister Minit<br />

New World Supermarket<br />

Notty Horse<br />

Pagani Clothing<br />

Paper Plus<br />

Dual Clearance Store<br />

Robert Harris<br />

Rodney Wayne<br />

South City Pharmacy<br />

St Pierres<br />

Street Legal Shoes<br />

Subway<br />

Teasme<br />

The Warehouse<br />

Toy Fest<br />

T & T Childrenswear<br />

Wendys Supa Sundaes<br />

Whitcoulls<br />

Wonder Nails<br />

Lotto and Post Centre<br />

Splendido<br />

Jenny Craig<br />

Little Saigon Restaurant<br />

<strong>Southern</strong> Asian<br />

oVer 500<br />

GrouND leVel<br />

CAr PArKS For<br />

South CitY<br />

ShoPPerS<br />

Shop 9a,<br />

South City Centre<br />

Phone 377 0176<br />

tAKe A 15-miNute<br />

Hair Scan Test<br />

receive a full analysis booklet of your health with<br />

a consultation. only 4-5 strands of hair needed.<br />

FiND out Your leVelS oF:<br />

Vitamins<br />

minerals<br />

Amino acids<br />

booK iN-Store NoW<br />

Phone: (03) 372 9185<br />

Shop 4, South City Centre,<br />

555 Colombo Street, Christchurch<br />

South CitY lotto AND PoSt<br />

YouR LuCkY LoTTo & PoST SERvICE ouTLET.<br />

We have sold over $16 million in prizes including<br />

fourteen 1st Division Lotto winners.<br />

South City lotto and Post<br />

Phone 379 2527<br />

open mon-Sat 9am-6pm and Sun 10am-5pm<br />

Antioxidants<br />

omega 3,6,9s<br />

NoW<br />

bACK<br />

iNStore<br />

South CitY<br />

3<br />

No NeeD For A loNG<br />

FliGht to toKYo or<br />

PAriS<br />

Simply see us for delicious<br />

Japanese & European breads,<br />

pastries, cakes, filled donuts,<br />

gourmet sandwiches and kiwi Style<br />

Meat pies. Plus Melon-pan (Cookie<br />

Bun), Curry-pan (Curry Puff), Shu<br />

Cream (Japanese Cream Puff) and<br />

some of the best coffee in town.<br />

NOW OPEN FROM 9aM<br />

SaTURDaY MORNINGS<br />

FIDGET SPINNERS<br />

NoW bACK iNStore<br />

JuSt<br />

$<br />

4.99ea<br />

Available at<br />

South City<br />

and all other Just<br />

Incredible stores<br />

Ph 03 365 6246<br />

www.justincredible.co.nz<br />

Full range<br />

oF NZ POST<br />

ServiceS<br />

available<br />

Ph 03-943-4066<br />

(Next to the Warehouse)<br />

Find us on Facebook<br />

South City Shopping Centre 555 Colombo Street ChriStChurCh telePhoNe 962 8800

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