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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.

Noise, burnouts, dope smoking

• By Sarla Donovan

BONE-SHAKING DUB music,

bong smoking, squealing tyres,

shouting and screaming.

Just another Wednesday night

in suburban Huntsbury.

And Thursday night and

Friday night and Saturday night.

Residents of Vista Pl and

Huntsbury Ave say they feel

under siege from young drivers

who park up at the scenic spot

to socialise, listen to music and

smoke marijuana.

One woman, who didn’t want

to be named, said there were

sometimes five or six vehicles

parked up.

She said they’ve been advised

by police to phone 111 when

there is a problem.

“Sometimes police come up,

but not that often.

“THe (youths) enter people’s

properties and use the area as a

toilet. There’s evidence in trees

and bushes below our property

– toilet paper, soggy bundles,

cigarette butts and ends of

joints.

“You start to question your

security when you see young

guys running around entering

properties. Often they’re looking

for a hose to fill their bongs with

but they could be looking

to break in or suss a

property out.”

Residents contacted

Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board

chairwoman Karolin

Potter (right) in despair

last month after putting

in regular calls to police

about the disruptive

noise.

Ms Potter told a city council

meeting about the issue last

Thursday and said it had been

happening for months.

“We’ve got a real problem up

there with people in

cars smoking obscure

substances and

playing dub music at

top (volume) and the

local residents calling

the police most

nights. Last night they

were there until 3am.”

She told the

Southern View it was

happening five nights

out of seven and sometimes

during the day as well.

“I’ve been up there and I

parked next to a boy smoking a

bong. He didn’t care.”

THe board is trying to organise

a meeting with residents, council

staff and police to come up with

some solutions.

“We really wish we could

resolve (this) issue. We’re trying

to get a meeting between traffic

engineers, police and us going.

It’s very difficult to get police to

come to meetings,” Ms Potter

told city councillors.

Residents say the music has a

deep, thumping bass which they

can hear above the volume of

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News........................................3-7

HUNTSBURY RESIDENTS have

every right to be super angry as

our front page article reveals.

They are enduring every neighbourhoods’

nightmare – hoons in

cars. But these hoons are doing

more than just burnouts.

Noise, using properties as toilets,

the list goes on. It’s most nights

too. The police don’t appear to be

doing too much about it, according

to our inquiries.

Residents say they have contacted

the police. The advice: Ring

111 when incidents happen.

That’s fair enough but the 111

system is designed for priority. So

when other more serious or urgent

incidents occur, the Huntsbury

problem becomes less important.

Now there’s a meeting planned

between the community board,

police and residents. Police should

just go alone and enforce the law.

There will be no complaints from

residents. – Barry Clarke

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Child sex offender concern

Meeting

held by

residents

• By Andrew King

SOMERFIELD residents met

on Thursday to discuss the

placement of a convicted

child sex offender in their

community.

It comes after schools and residents

were told on May 29 about

the offender being released from

prison and who would soon be

living near them.

The meeting

was organised

by Labour MP

for Port Hills

Ruth Dyson

(left) and included

Somerfield

Residents

Association

representatives and Department

of Corrections staff.

Ms Dyson labelled the meeting

as “extremely positive.”

“They have really tried to engage

the community as much as

possible. We were told it was the

first time that Corrections have

door-knocked residents to let

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

community.

them know what is happening,”

she said.

She said she initially had

doubts that police would be able

to respond to any breaches of

conditions, but said Corrections

reassured her police would make

it a “top priority.”

Residents association chairwoman

Julie Tobbell said it was

good to allow the community to

voice their concerns.

“I will be looking to set up a

meeting with concerned residents

and Corrections at a later

date once I find out how many

people would be interested in it,”

she said.

No specific details about the

offender were discussed at the

meeting, Ms Tobbell said.

The next time the residents

association will meet is July

10, but Ms Tobbell said there

could be another meeting set up

if there was a large number of

interested residents who wanted

to attend.

Schools were notified by

Corrections staff who assured

them that there will be 24/7

monitoring, exclusion zones

to prevent contact with

children, and the offender will

be housed more than 500m

from schools.

Letters were sent to Somerfield,

St Peter’s and Cashmere

High schools.

Corrections staff were also going

door-to-door in Somerfield

letting the community know.

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Chanel, a beautiful 17 month old Birman

arrived home late one Sunday evening with

a profusely bleeding wound on her back.

Her very concerned owners rushed her to

the After hours clinic where she was placed

on oxygen, given intravenous fluids and pain

relief. The xray taken showed Chanel had

been shot with two air rifle pellets – one was

sitting in her abdomen and one in her left

hind leg. She was also slightly anemic due

to blood loss. Miraculously she was still alive.

Chanel was operated on to remove the hind

leg pellet that night but it was felt too risky

to open her up and remove the abdominal

pellet due to ongoing blood

loss. Thankfully the pellets

missed her vital organs and

spine.

Chanel arrived at McMaster

& Heap Vet Practice on

Monday morning in a fairly

critical condition. She was

closely monitored and her

pain medication with a

fentanyl patch provided

her with continuous relief

– being shot would be

quite sore!

Chanel had regular blood

tests in house to check her

vital organs and to be sure

her anemia wasn’t worsening. Unfortunately

she was becoming more anemic. Kirsty

performed an abdominal ultrasound and

took chest xrays to check for free blood

indicating an active bleed. There was also

some concern about potential damage

to her left kidney from the pellet location.

Thankfully through all this her appetite was

great!

Prior to her

second surgery,

it was decided

that Chanel

would benefit

from a blood

transfusion to

help her red

blood cell levels.

She was blood

typed ( Type A)

and found to be

a match for Kirsty’s cat “Wolfie”. Wolfie was

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about 60mls of blood was drawn from

him to give to Chanel over a couple of hours.

The donor cat has their red

cell levels checked and must

be Feline Aids (FIV) negative.

The following day Chanel

appeared brighter and

happier. We decided to

wait a further week before

operating to make sure her

blood levels were stable

and that she was producing

good numbers of red cells

on her own. The repeated

ultrasound and xray showed

that thankfully her left

kidney appeared normal

however the bullet had

slightly moved.

Chanel’s surgery proceeded without a

hitch. The bullet was successfully removed

with very little trauma, from just behind

her left kidney. That afternoon she was

rolling around, playing in her cage, able

to be discharged from our hospital. We

continued with pain relief and one week

later Chanel was near normal. This would

have been a completely different story had

her abdominal organs been penetrated or

her spine shattered. Thanks to her owner’s

rapid response, Chanel’s life was saved and

she’s never looked back. Also a bonus that

her dedicated owners have pet insurance.

Dr Michele McMaster

McMaster & Heap

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Help with handcuffs

• By Mark Thomas – Specialist Fire

investigator

HANDCUFFS SUGGEST policemen.

So when a man walked into the

Christchurch City Fire Station on the

morning of June 2 asking to be helped out

of a pair of handcuffs, some discreet calls

were made to find out if our friends in

blue had lost anyone that morning.

It turns out the cuffs were the type

available at certain ‘adult’ shops and the

poor fellow had been ‘trying them on’.

Ten minutes later he was on his way –

handcuffs in pieces.

Late on the same afternoon, crews

were called by a passerby to a house in

Northcote, where a smoke alarm could be

heard.

The house was found to be full of

smoke, the result of a blanket close up

against a log fire.

There are some lessons here.

The metre/heater rule applies to anything

that might be hot – be it a fireplace,

heater, stove or electrical appliance.

In this case, it seems a centimetre/heater

separation was all that had been left. It

very nearly cost the occupiers their house.

It also proves that smoke alarms save

property as well as lives.

Finally, it would’ve been so easy for the

passerby to keep on walking or to think

“it’s none of my business.”

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4K technology for St George’s

FROM HOLLYWOOD to the

operating theatre – technology

used in blockbuster movies

is now being used to help

Christchurch surgeons during

operations.

The 4k imaging technology

has been incorporated in the five

new operating theatres built as

part of the redevelopment at St

George’s Hospital.

The technology has been

used to film big screen movies,

including the Hunger Games and

Spectre.

It produces a resolution four

times higher than the traditional

Full HD, making it possible to

zoom in on the smallest details

and magnify them.

That will allow surgeons to

watch what they are doing live

on a screen during keyhole

surgery, and zoom in as

they work to see right to the

individual blood vessels.

Hospital chief executive

Greg Brooks said the technology

would directly benefit

patients.

“The redevelopment has

provided us with a key

opportunity to invest in worldleading

innovation to provide

our patients with superior care,”

he said.

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surgery. The technology now

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Hunger Games.

New lights to

improve traffic

flow, safety

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY and

traffic flow are being prioritised

in Halswell.

The city council is seeking

public feedback on a new set of

traffic lights at the intersection of

Augustine Dr and Halswell Rd.

Augustine Dr will flow into a

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News

Complaint

made over

library noise

A WOMAN who complained

about noisy children in the

Linwood Library has now gone

to her local community board.

Linwood resident Elizabeth

Graham made a formal complaint

to the library’s service

centre on May 18 about “uncontrolled

noise children are making

in the library . . . ”

The following week, she wrote

to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board after

what she said was an “unsatisfactory

response” from the library.

She wants a warning notice

put up advising library patrons

of when the children’s sessions

will be on each week.

Her letter will be discussed at

the board’s meeting tomorrow.

• By Julia Evans

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student who has been highland

dancing since she was three

has been selected as part of the

national academy.

Annabel Watts, 16, danced

her way into a spot as one of

the youngest members of the

New Zealand Academy of

Highland and National Dancing.

“There are a few younger

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The auditions took place in

the city at the beginning of

April, which Annabel said was

perfect having them “at home.”

Annabel will join the

company for its 2017 and 2018

season.

“I could’ve done it last year

but I decided school was more

important,” she said.

Beginning with workshops

and conferences around the

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perform at the Virginia Tattoo

arts festival.

Now she has to focus on practising,

which she does at least

three times a week.

Her love for highland dance

started more than 13 years ago.

“When I was three I liked the

bagpipes so mum sent me down

the road to join dance classes,”

she said.

And she has never looked

back.

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Plan to beat bad behaviour at bus lounge

• By Bridget Rutherford

DISCONNECTING THE free

Wi-Fi at the Riccarton bus

lounge is one of many ideas

being investigated to try and

curb the antisocial behaviour

plaguing the area.

A working group, made up

of city council staff, Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board members, and representatives

from nearby businesses

and Westfield Riccarton, has

been formed to

come up with

ways to deal

with the issue.

Board chairman

Mike

Mora (left) said

turning off the

Wi-Fi was one

idea the group

was looking into, because a lot of

youths loitered outside to use it.

He said the group was looking

at a range of other options,

including installing security

cameras, and the idea of creating

an anti-loitering bylaw that

would give police the power to

move people on.

“I don’t think one silver bullet

is going to solve the issue,” Mr

Mora said.

“It’s a work in progress and

we’re going to keep the momentum

up.”

Since opening in 2015, the bus

lounge had been a hot-spot for

trouble-causing youths.

Nearby businesses have had

enough of them loitering and

intimidating their customers.

Community board member

Debbie Mora said turning off the

Wi-Fi could be done on a trial

basis to see whether it made any

difference.

Another working party has

been formed to discuss ways to

stop anti-social behaviour by

making Division St more attractive,

and in turn, less attractive

for loiterers.

Ideas raised included the possibility

of Farmers at Westfield

Riccarton installing windows on

its wall along the street, or the

bus lounge being extended to

include a glass frontage cafe with

indoor and outdoor seating.

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antisocial behaviour near the

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Huge Golden Oldies festival

In just under a year,

Christchurch will host

the largest sporting

event it has ever seen

– but this one is more

about having fun

than winning. Bridget

Rutherford reports

THEY ENJOY social sport and a

good after-match function.

And next year, more than

10,000 Golden Oldies will come

to Christchurch in the largest

sporting event the city has ever

seen.

The aim? Fun, friendship and

fraternity.

The Christchurch Casino

Golden Oldies Sports Celebration

will run throughout April at

different locations in the city.

But this event, organised by

sport event management, tour

and travel company Vintage

Sport and Leisure, will be different

to any others in Golden

Oldies’ history.

Vintage Sport and Leisure

chief executive Peter McDermott

said it was designed especially

for the city following the September

4, 2010, and February 22,

2011, earthquakes.

“[Canterbury Earthquake

Recovery Authority] asked if

we could do something that

would be a bit different and

encouraging for people to learn

that Christchurch, despite its

problems, was well and truly

regenerating.”

Normally, Golden Oldies’

tournaments for each sport are

held in different international

cities every two years. But come

April, the event will combine 10

different sports.

Lawn bowls, golf, squash,

football and basketball are new,

while the traditional rugby,

cricket, netball, hockey and softball

will feature as well.

“We’ve never done 10 sports

in one place. This is designed

specially for Christchurch,” Mr

HAVING FUN: Christchurch’s Jacqui Francis, Jude Tuuta, Debbie Elstob, Paula Goodman and

Rose Cavanagh went to Hobart last year to compete in Golden Oldies netball.

McDermott said.

“We anticipate about 10,000

participants, of which probably

75 per cent to 80 per cent will

come from overseas or outside of

Christchurch.”

Hagley Park will be the event

hub, with rugby, cricket, football

and netball played there.

Nunweek Park, Cowles

Stadium, Mizuno Ballpark and

Papanui Bowling Club will

host the other codes, with golf

being played across Harewood,

Christchurch, Pegasus and

Terrace Downs golf clubs. The

squash venue will be finalised

soon.

Mr McDermott said although

Golden Oldies was open to

anyone over 35, the bulk of participants

were between 45-65.

Most participants were from

New Zealand and Australia. But

competitors from Japan, Russia,

the United States, Canada, England

and Ireland will make the

journey as well.

The oldest rugby player who

had taken part was 87, while at

last year’s Golden Oldies World

Rugby Festival in Cardiff there

were 10 players aged over 80.

It’s not just the sport they

come for. “They’re a very social

group,” Mr McDermott said.

“They enjoy their sport and to

mix and mingle and meet other

people.”

The event is expected to bring

$33 million of direct economic

benefit to Canterbury.

“Based on our past history,

they are big spenders on entertainment,

food and beverage,

and retail.”

Canterbury Chamber of

Commerce chief executive Peter

Townsend said the city now had

the infrastructure to accommodate

an event of this magnitude.

“It will have a very positive

economic impact,” he said.

“We’re going to have a massive

influx of people who will be able

to see first-hand what stage we

are at recreating our city, and

how good it’s all starting to look,

and they will go away and tell

their friends and family what is

on offer here. That will be a huge

stimulus for the city.”

City councillor Tim Scandrett

said those attending were generally

big spenders and it was great

to be able to showcase postquake

Christchurch.

“It’s really important to show

that we are back up and running.”

For some participants, Golden

Oldies isn’t their first taste of

international competition.

Previously, it has attracted

ex-internationals such as Brumbies

coach and former Wallaby

Stephen Larkham, former All

Black prop Greg Somerville and

West Indies cricketing legend

Joel Garner.

But Mr McDermott said that

didn’t intimidate other competitors.

In fact, it was quite the

opposite.

“They love it.”

At one event, Larkham played

10min for every team and 10min

against so everyone got to play

with and against him, Mr Mc-

Dermott said. It was too early to

say whether there would be any

familiar faces playing next year.

But Mr McDermott said Garner

was likely to attend, although

he was not expected to take to

the pitch.

Although most of the games

were social, there were still

heated rivalries.

“There are rivalries, some

teams come back frequently.

The Australian and Kiwis have

a good, friendly rivalry, but they

like to have the bragging rights.”

And sometimes, there is an

opportunity to win a world

record.

At Cardiff’s Golden Oldies

World Rugby Festival,

participants broke the Guinness

World Record for the largest

scrum.

Welsh referee Nigel Owens

officiated the scrum, which was

made up of 1300 people.

“We’re looking for ideas

to do something similar in

Christchurch,” Mr McDermott

said.

He said it would “probably” be

the first and last time the Golden

Oldies’ event will be held in this

format, because it was difficult to

find a city that could host every

code.

But it will be an event to

remember for many.

“Some of the friendships

established 20 years ago are still

very strong,” he said.

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up to take part or volunteer

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ahead of Shirley clash

• By Andrew King

CASHMERE WILL look to pick

up where they left off when they

face Shirley in the Connetics

first XI football competition

tomorrow night.

The game, which will take

place at the Christchurch Football

Centre at 7.30pm, will be

a chance for Cashmere to push

back into the top four after sitting

out round 6 with a bye.

If other results go their way,

they could sit on top of the table

again. However, St Thomas

would have to draw with Burnside,

St Andrew’s would have to

lose against Riccarton and Lincoln

would have to lose against

Papanui for that to happen.

In round 5, Cashmere got back

into their goal scoring way with a

6-2 victory over Riccarton.

Cashmere coach Craig Squire

said the competition is close with

very few points separating the

top seven sides. The key is to

keep clean sheets and stay fresh,

he said.

“The boys have been in need

of a rest as they are playing a

large amount of football through

school and club teams. This

week off has allowed the team to

refresh for the game this week

against Shirley.”

The team had minimal training

sessions last week to try and

stay refreshed heading into the

second half of the season.

Points table

1. St Thomas, 12pts; 2. St

Andrew’s, 12pts; 3. Lincoln,

11pts; 4. Burnside, 11pts;

SPORTS

READY TO GO: Cashmere will look to roar back into the

competition against Shirley tomorrow after having a week off.

5. Cashmere, 10pts; 6. St

Bede’s, 10pts; 7. CBHS,

9pts; 8. Riccarton, 7pts; 9.

Shirley, 7pts; 10. Middleton,

4pts; 11. Christ’s, 4pts; 12.

Papanui, 3pts; 13. Rangiora,

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Rangi win Pat Barwick

Shield for first time

• By Andrew King

RANGI RURU’S first XI hockey

team have won the Pat Barwick

Shield for the first time in the

school’s history with a great

second half performance against

Villa Maria on Friday night.

The shield was named after

Barwick, a ​former Black Sticks

women’s captain from 1971-79,

and came into existence in 2014.

It is considered the Ranfurly

Shield of high school women’s

hockey.

The first half of the game was

a feeling out period at Marist

Park. With Rangi slow out of the

blocks, they found themselves

defending a penalty corner within

minutes of the first whistle.

They turned it around in the

second half, finding the back

of the net four times to win the

shield off their nearby rivals.

It was presented to captain

Annabelle Wilson by Barwick

herself.

Rangi director of sport Jo

Fogarty said it was a real buzz to

have the shield on the line and

they look forward to seeing who

will challenge them for it first.

The shield has to be challenged

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“We focus on making it easier for people

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Chris understands that people can be a bit

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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. 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 Sts. Entry

$2

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 11am-1pm,

and Thursday, 1.30-

3.30pm

Those who want to have

a chat while they construct

their favourite wool

creations can at the weekly

Knit ‘n’ Yarn meetings.

From crochet to knitting

or a craft of your choice,

have fun with this social

group. There are a variety

of books to help inspire

ideas for your next project

or even to help a beginner.

Everyone is welcome.

Every Thursday,

1.30-3.30pm, South City

Library, 66 Colombo

St. Every Wednesday,

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, 11am-

1pm

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.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Maker Space – Family

Times

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and check out the

cool Maker Space which

will feature crafts, Lego

3-D colouring, clay,

interactive games and

more.

South Library, 66

Colombo St

Game Zone – Linwood

Library

Thursday,, 3.30-4.30pm

Play great favourites

like Minecraft, Charades,

Connect Four, Pictionary

and more. Join in X-box

and PS4 tournaments.

All children aged 8-12

welcome. No booking or

payment required.

Linwood Library,

Eastgate Shopping Centre

Email caitlin.miles@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Spreydon Social Games

Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Go and join the club for

a friendly game or two.

There will be Upwords,

Scrabble, cards, Chess,

Mahjong and more.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Opawa Farmers’

Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

Find some organic

and delicious produce

from local growers. From

artisan bread and french

pastries to fresh berries

and local cheeses, there

will be something for

everyone.

275 Fifield Tce. Free

entry

Market Day

Sunday, 9am-1pm

To help raise money for

the rebuild of the school

and community pool, go

along to the market day.

There will be a variety

of stalls and different

items on offer, including

new and second-hand

goods, delicious food and

coffee. For stall inquires,

email wssfriendswhanau@

gmail.com

West Spreydon School,

147 Lyttelton St

Ellesmere Big Band

Sunday, 7.30-9.30pm

The band will make

their way from Leeston to

perform a mix of ballads,

swing and pop music with

some vocal performances

as well.

Irish Society Hall, 29

Domain Tce. Entry from

$8

Kids love CASPA!

CASPA (Creative After School Programmed are safe and enjoying the benefits of a quality

Activities) incorporating PAPA JACKS, offers after school programme. Some parents and

children the opportunity to be creative, make caregivers also enjoy government subsidies

new friends and try new experiences all within for CASPA. CASPA is Child Youth and Family

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

working parents an affordable after school and circumstances, the full CASPA fee will be

school holiday programme that their kids just covered by the subsidy.

love!

For more information or to enrol, call

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

activities on offer as well as the convenience and visit www.caspa.org.nz.

affordability for parents. CASPA

kids enjoy an exciting range of

activities including sports, music,

games, drama, arts and craft as

well as fun trips. Previous themes

and activities have included a

Karaoke Dance Party, CASPA

Fear Factor, Healthy Art, Out

of Africa and hundreds of other

amazing themes/activities!

CASPA parents enjoy peace

of mind, knowing their kids

Lindisfarne is a

Family Business

Lindisfarne Nursery School was established

in 1987 by Tricia Cuthbert and remains part

of the Cuthbert family today. We have a large

open villa which offers pre-schoolers a great

space for lots of fun activities, and a nursery

building where the babies and toddlers can

develop and explore at their own pace.

Our registered teachers provide a

programme of wonderful activities based on

the national curriculum, Te Whariki, which

encourages a love of learning, and you will

receive regular updates about how your child

is developing.

The pre-school villa offers the children a

large open space with family and role-play

areas, areas for construction and art, a library

full of wonderful books and puzzles, and a

"classroom" area where the pre-schoolers love

to 'play schools'.

The nursery house provides the babies and

toddlers with the environment and resources

to develop their skills in the precious first two

years.

Your child will have a portfolio which will

reflect their interests, as well as show their

learning and individuality.

Morning and afternoon tea and a cooked

lunch are provided, and we are open all

year. Please call in at your convenience.

call us

noW

CASPA

After School

& Holiday Programme

Creative

After

School

Programmed

Activities

P: 349 9260 or 027 352 1638

E: info@caspa.org.nz

W: www.caspa.org.nz

The pre-school villa

offers the children a

large open space.

• Central location

• Cooked healthy heart meals

• Large private outdoor play area

• Casual care available

• Enrolments available now

• 7.30am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday

EST 1987

389 2483

375 Worcester Street • Christchurch

Your friendly childcare solution

• We provide a safe, creative

environment for 5-13 year olds

• Our staff are trained

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REAL ESTATE

Diamond in the rough overlooking Redcliffs

54 Augusta Street, Redcliffs

Auction: Thursday, 29 June 2017 Unless Sold Prior

4,414m2 section in 2 lots | 3 bedrooms | 1 bathroom | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # FM5297

What an Outstanding Developers

Opportunity! Available for the first time

in 60 years. ‘As is - Where is’

The anticipation as you enter this

substantial and unique 4,414m2 section is

rewarded with wonder, as the views unfold

and the secluded position reveals itself.

Gently elevated on the lower slopes of the

popular Redcliffs suburb and in a microclimate

that basks in sunshine, this generous

site is already in 2 lots with a possibility to

sub-divide, subject to CCC approval. With

drive-on access already in place via a shared

driveway and with an option to have the

existing house demolished, all that’s left to

do is plan for where your future home will

come to life, and start making it happen.

The views are amazing, with the everchanging

estuary and Brighton spit in

the foreground setting the grand scene

beyond of Pegasus Bay and the Kaikoura’s

in the distance. Surrounded by established

trees and the with glorious sound of bird

song, it’s easy to see the possibilities for

really transforming this section into your

special home. Only a short walk or drive

sees you in Redcliff ’s Village, with the

new supermarket, medical services, and

the recreational options of the estuary and

Sumner so close, making this a great spot

for either relaxation or play.

Viewing will set your imagination alight

with possibilities and begin your journey in

paradise.

Open Homes Wednesday, Saturday and

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AAA HAnDYMAn

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Trades & Services

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer. Over

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Thoughtful lyrics, soaring

melodies...’Blue Sky Songs’

“When Hobnail take the stage,

they tear into their set with

mucho gusto, injecting volume

and energy into the evening with

their illustrious blend of bluegrass,

Celtic folk, pop, and rock'n'roll.”

- Nelson Mail

HOBNAIL has an exciting new

album and is about to hit the road

on an extensivle nationwide tour to

promote their new offering.

Following the triumph of their

most successful album so far ‘String

ings’ in 2015, ‘Blue Sky Songs’ is

a more acoustic offering. Featuring

violins, acoustic guitars and

mandolas alongside electric

instruments, as well as 3 different

lead singers, the result is a beautiful

album rich in variety. eir musical

cra is clearly on display with

thoughtful lyrics and soaring

melodies, and a feel good vibe

coming from their unique blend of

folk and celtic, country and rock.

HOBNAIL has won considerable

acclaim over their 23 year career.

Having headlined everywhere from

Canada to Norfolk Island, from

Oamaru to Auckland, the

Wellington based four piece has

also racked up multiple New

Zealand Music Awards

Lunch & Dinner

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nominations.

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Caroline Easther (drums/vocals); and Hamish Graham

(bass) - is a close-knit quartet with rare musical

empathy.

ere are two chances to experience this superb lineup

performing material from their stunning new album

along with older tunes at exceptional live Christchurch

shows.

Friday 16th June at Blue Smoke in the Woolston

Tannery (tickets available at hobnail.co.nz and

eventnda.co.nz)

Sunday 20th August at the Christchurch Folk Music

Club in the Irish Society Hall, Doman Tce. Door sales

(cash).

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Chop n Wok

Mango Tree Indian Cuisine

McDonalds

Metropolitan Milkbar & Bakery

Mediterranean Taste

Muffin Break

Pita Pit

Sushi Time

Yoghurt Story / Green Stop

Central City Flowers

Champions of the World

EB Games

Flight Centre

Haircuts for Haircuts

Hannahs

Health 2000

Japanz Bakery

Just Incredible

Michael Hill Jeweller

Mister Minit

New World Supermarket

Notty Horse

Pagani Clothing

Paper Plus

Dual Clearance Store

Robert Harris

Rodney Wayne

South City Pharmacy

St Pierres

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Teasme

The Warehouse

Toy Fest

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Shop 4, South City Centre,

555 Colombo Street, Christchurch

South CitY lotto AND PoSt

YouR LuCkY LoTTo & PoST SERvICE ouTLET.

We have sold over $16 million in prizes including

fourteen 1st Division Lotto winners.

South City lotto and Post

Phone 379 2527

open mon-Sat 9am-6pm and Sun 10am-5pm

Antioxidants

omega 3,6,9s

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iNStore

South CitY

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No NeeD For A loNG

FliGht to toKYo or

PAriS

Simply see us for delicious

Japanese & European breads,

pastries, cakes, filled donuts,

gourmet sandwiches and kiwi Style

Meat pies. Plus Melon-pan (Cookie

Bun), Curry-pan (Curry Puff), Shu

Cream (Japanese Cream Puff) and

some of the best coffee in town.

NOW OPEN FROM 9aM

SaTURDaY MORNINGS

FIDGET SPINNERS

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JuSt

$

4.99ea

Available at

South City

and all other Just

Incredible stores

Ph 03 365 6246

www.justincredible.co.nz

Full range

oF NZ POST

ServiceS

available

Ph 03-943-4066

(Next to the Warehouse)

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South City Shopping Centre 555 Colombo Street ChriStChurCh telePhoNe 962 8800

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