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LINWOOD College will

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while its whole school is rebuilt.

Principal Richard Edmundson

has announced the school

would relocate to the Avonside

Drive school in term 2, 2019, for

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for re-relocatable classrooms.

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News.......................................3-8

WELL BLOW me over with a

feather.

The police came up with a good

idea to stop the trouble at the Riccarton

bus lounge – a bylaw. This

would give them the power to

arrest, apprehend or simply warn

the people who play-up there; a

constant source of pain for bus

users.

But now the city council (see

page 5) says a bylaw could be

in breach of The Bill of Rights,

amongst other things.

Why then would the police

suggest it? Because a bylaw gives

them more teeth to deal with the

fights and intimidation that has

beset the facility.

Said a council report: “Case

law suggests the council could

potentially be exposed to a legal

challenge as a result.”

Show some teeth, get the bylaw

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News

Teen ‘needs to be taught lesson’

• By Andrew King

A YOUNG teenager arrested for

recently robbing a service station

had been through the youth

justice system after holding up

the same place last year.

On June 15, masked, hammerwielding

robbers struck Challenge

Opawa, taking more than

$6000 of cash and tobacco.

Police have arrested two of

the four suspects, aged 14 and

15, and are seeking two others.

The two that were caught have

been charged with aggravated

robbery.

Southern View has learned one

of the group took part in the

robbery of the service station in

October.

Police said they could not

comment on that aspect of the

case.

The teenager participated in

a community justice panel late

last year. Hammers and a screwdriver

were used as weapons in

the October hold-up.

A community justice panel

puts offenders and victims in

the same room to find a suitable

punishment and help the offender

make amends for the crime

they have committed instead of

putting young people through

the court system.

SCARY: One of the hammer-wielding robbers told Challenge

Opawa employee Ged Hilliard to back up or he would be killed.

Challenge Opawa staff member

Ged Hilliard who was held

up on Thursday said the teenager

needs to be “taught a lesson.”

“Sounds like he wants to be a

criminal for life. So it is hard to

tell how he will react to any form

of punishment,” he said.

Mr Hilliard had a gut feeling

when he was being robbed that

one of the offenders was same as

in October.

“When it happened I thought,

I’ve seen this before,” he said.

One of the hammer-wielding

robbers told Mr Hilliard to backup

or he would kill him.

Two 13-year-old boys and a

15-year-old girl were charged

with the aggravated robbery in

October.

They took about $5000 of

tobacco and $300 cash.

Service station manager Jean

Fahey said it was disappointing

the youth system for dealing

with young offenders was not

working in this case.

She was involved in the community

justice panel but cannot

reveal what was said because it is

confidential.

“We won’t be involved in a

community justice panel this

time for this robber. There is

obviously no point,” she said.

In Brief

POOL DEMOLITION

Demolition of the former

Central New Brighton School

pool will happen “as soon

as possible.” The Ministry

of Education say the site is

currently in the disposal process

after the SURF Community

Trust, which planned to obtain

a license to use the swimming

pool, decided not to proceed

with their application.

PARK DEVELOPMENT

Wainoni Park will have a new,

full-sized basketball court

by January after the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

gave the go-ahead last week. The

court will shift from its current

site to the car park next to the

Aranui-Wainoni Community

Centre. A new stormwater

retention basin will also be built

in the north-eastern corner of

Wainoni Park. Work will begin

in September.

FUNDING FOR

KINDERGARTEN

South Brighton Kidsfirst

Kindergarten has been given

$3500 from the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board’s

discretionary fund. The money

will go towards new turf for the

grassed play area and new blinds

for the art and music rooms.

LAST 5 DAYS

Finishes Saturday 1st July


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Star Media scoops awards

THE STAR has been judged

the best of the best at the New

Zealand Community Newspaper

Awards.

The Star, part of the Star Media

Group, scooped the three top

awards – best newspaper, most

improved newspaper and it also

took out the supreme award

which covers newspapers, magazines

and websites.

Venetia Sherson who judged

the supreme award category said:

“The Star is bold in design and

bold in attitude. The Star urges

its readers to engage in debate

and reflect on the issues it deems

important to the community.

“Strong grass roots reporting,

and tight writing are the

hallmarks of the paper. It tackles

big subjects with a sure hand

and features a good mix of civic

issues, crime and community

stories.”

Mike Fletcher who judged the

most improved newspaper category

said of The Star: “The paper

is a cracker. It is a joy to read.

Judging by The Star’s pagination

growth, the readers and advertisers

like it and value it too.

“The Star is filling a vital niche

for news and views in Christchurch.

Every page is attractive.

Every page is interesting.”

It was a big night for Star

Media’s team at the awards

ceremony which was held in

Christchurch on Friday.

As well as The Star winning

the top three awards, Kiwi Gardener

was judged best all round

lifestyle magazine, Gabrielle

Stuart was the winner of the best

senior feature/lifestyle journalist

category and Bridget Rutherford

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reporter and feature writer

categories.

Star Media also featured in the

advertising awards.

Rodney Grey was the winner

and runner-up in the best advertising

portfolio categories and

Michaela Bolster was the sales

excellence winner.

‘The Star is filling a vital

niche for news and views in

Christchurch.’

– Mike Fletcher, judge

The awards come at a great

time for Star Media – The Star’s

readership has increased substantially

in the latest Nielsen

report.

Star Media has a large portfolio

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Star Media chief executive

Steve McCaughan said: “I believe

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Riccarton bus lounge

bylaw plan hits snag

• By Bridget Rutherford

A BYLAW to curb anti-social

behaviour at the Riccarton bus

lounge would provide little

benefit, and could be in breach

of the Bill of Rights, a city

council report says.

The report on whether the

anti-loitering bylaw idea had

merit has been prepared for the

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board to consider

at its meeting this afternoon.

It said a bylaw would not be

appropriate to address the issues,

wouldn’t offer any advantages

over existing enforcement

tools, and would likely be costly.

It also said a bylaw could be in

breach of the Bill of Rights Act,

because it would regulate the

movement of people, or their

access to public places.

“Case law suggests the council

could potentially be exposed to

a legal challenge as a result,” it

said.

Local police and the board

asked staff to investigate

introducing the bylaw to try and

prevent youths from loitering

near the bus lounge and Division

St.

Since opening in 2015, the

lounge had been a hot-spot for

trouble-causing youths.

Nearby businesses have had

enough of them loitering and

intimidating their customers.

The report said a bylaw would

not enable police to issue instant

fines, so it provided little advantage

to the tools they already

had.

City council staff were also

looking at whether the Trespass

Act could be used to address the

issue.

But the report said it should

only be used in “sufficiently

serious circumstances” and

could just push the problem

elsewhere.

Then, any breach of a

trespass notice would result in

a prosecution in the district or

youth courts.

The board will consider the

report, and what to do with the

ISSUES: An antiloitering

bylaw

would be difficult

and costly to

implement, city

council staff say.

PHOTO:

GEOFF SLOAN

information at today’s meeting.

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 loitering

issue.

It was looking into other options,

including turning off the

free Wi-Fi at the bus lounge,

and installing security cameras.

In Brief

NEW PLAY EQUIPMENT

A new swing and slide will be

installed at Picton Reserve in

Riccarton. In December last year,

the Central Riccarton Residents’

Association presented a deputation

to the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board requesting a

swing and slide at Picton Reserve

suitable for children under 10.

The board allocated $11,600 to the

purchase of the new equipment.

CYCLEWAY UPDATE

City council staff are currently

working on the scheme design

for the South Express cycleway’s

Gilberthorpe to Templeton section

of the route. This work follows on

from the previous scheme option

for that section of the route from

Hagley Park to Gilberthorpe.

Staff will then brief the Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board on the designs prior to

public consultation.

YOUTH REPORT

Tomorrow the annual Youth

Custody Index report will

be released by students from

Christ’s College and St Thomas

of Canterbury. Christ’s College

student Nuku Tau was involved

in the project last year. He said

the project is run by a group of

senior students and is a collation of

information regarding the state of

youth in custody in New Zealand –

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Linwood College design in hands of award-winner

• By Bridget Rutherford

AN award-winning company

that designed the St Andrew’s

College chapel and the bus

interchange will do the

architecture for Linwood

College’s redevelopment.

Architectus has been awarded

the contract for the full-school

rebuild and redevelopment.

The company’s other projects

include the bus interchange, St

Andrew’s chapel, the central

city’s new Knowledge Centre,

and more than 30 school projects

across the country.

Company director Carsten

Auer will be the lead architect.

His previous work includes

Lyttelton Primary School’s master

plan, the city’s Innovation

Precinct spatial framework, St

Cuthbert’s College performing

arts centre and Auckland Grammar

School’s sports complex.

He said schools were more

than places to learn – they

helped shape the identity of the

community.

So any design had to reflect

that and the values and culture

of the community.

“This project is special not

only for its scale but in particular

for the strong pedagogical

vision developed by the college

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

VALUES: Architect Carsten Auer, who will redesign Linwood College, stands in the recreation

area. Right: The award-winning St Andrew’s College chapel.

and the leadership role it is looking

to undertake in the revitalisation

of the eastern suburbs of

Christchurch.”

He said the project was

personal for him as he lived

in Redcliffs, which was part of

Linwood’s catchment, and he

wanted to contribute to shaping

the future of the school.

“I believe the current college

leadership is working successfully

to rebuild the confidence of

all of their community in what

Linwood College has to, and

can, offer.”

Principal Richard Edmundson

said the awarding of the contract

was a step forward.

“We’re absolutely delighted

to have someone of Carsten’s

reputation and his work in

understanding communities and

how buildings can support the

community,” he said.

“It’s Linwood’s turn.”

The school’s buildings have

reached the end of their lifespan,

and it has carried out significant

consultation with the community

on how it could look and

feel better.

Mr Edmundson said the current

roll was 650, but the masterplan

was being done for 1800.

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Disabled sculptor

to go on dream trip

A LONG-HELD dream is about

to come true for the woman

behind the South Brighton

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Bon Suter has developed a

special bond with friend and

fellow artist Donald Gibson over

the past 25 years.

Mr Gibson is blind, deaf

and unable to talk but under

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sculptor.

The pair have worked together

often and slowly built up the

South Brighton Sculpture

Park but soon they’re going to

swap the sand dunes of South

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Hawaii.

Ms Suter has an artist friend

there who works with people

with disabilities and has always

promised to take Mr Gibson

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“I’ve decided it’s time I made

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“Donald is over the moon.

He’s so excited but it’s probably

really hard for him to believe it is

actually going to happen till we

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“He’s going to take a whole

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the champion tennis player and

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World War 1.

“They’ve done remarkably well

against some tough competition

both internally and externally

but maybe it’s that competition

that is what makes them thrive

just like their namesake,” Dr

Kerr said when presenting the

awards.

Another big challenge

occurred earlier this year

when out-of-control bush fires

ravaged the Port Hills, with

the village’s response to that

prompting a special mention

from the judges.

“The team kept calm and

carried on, keeping residents

happy but ready to evacuate if

necessary.”

The village won against the

two other finalists, Edmund

Hillary retirement village in

Remuera, Auckland and Essie

Summers in Beckenham.

“With the help of our chief

executive Simon Challies and

deputy operations manager Liz

Dilger we have managed to get

a team in behind us that has

actually created something very

special and is a wonderfully

well-knit group which works so

well together and who love coming

to work every day.

“We love what we do and

thank everyone for all their

support and encouragement,

from the housekeepers,

laundry team, gardening and

maintenance, our sales, our care

SUCCESS:

Ryman chairman

Dr David Kerr

presents the

village of the year

2017 award to

(left to right) sales

advisor Claire

Poulsen, clinical

manager Jeannie

Sales and village

manager Diana

Hanafin at the

company’s annual

awards ceremony.

Honours for retirement village

DESERVING:

Ryman chief

executive

Simon

Challies

presents

registered

nurse Ajay

Philip from

Anthony

Wilding

Retirement

Village with

his leader

of the year

award.

team, our reception and admin

team, our wonderful nurses and

our management team – well

done. You have won this award.”

Manager Diana Hanafin

praised Ajay Philip, who leads

a team of caregivers, for his

achievement as leader of the year

after outgoing chief executive

Simon Challies presented him

with his award.

“He is quietly calm and an

incredibly capable nurse,” she

said.

“He gets a huge amount of

commendation for everybody

he cares for, especially those in

palliative care, with relatives

always mentioning Ajay.”

DESTRUCTION: A helicopter battles the fire with a monsoon

bucket.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Port Hills fire

cost $4.5m

FIGHTING THE Port Hills

fires cost the Department of

Conservation more than $4.5

million.

Two fires, several kilometres

apart, started in early February

this year; two days later they

had combined. Helicopter pilot

and ex-SAS soldier Steve Askin

died when his chopper crashed

trying to fight the fires. Nine

houses were destroyed and two

were significantly damaged.

Hundreds of people were evacuated.

DOC spokesman Andy

Roberts said the department

contributed more than $3.5

million in operational costs and

$1 million in staff and other

internal costs. This amounted to

about half of last year’s firefighting

costs of $8.7 million.

“The department supplied

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This all amounts to about 50 per

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Tuesday June 27 2017 9

ADVERTORIAL

THE RICCARTON MARKET

IS NOT CLOSING!

During winter, as expected, the number of stall

holders and the number of people coming to the

market reduces but we still get in excess of 4,000

people coming every week. One of the strong points

about the Riccarton Market is that both entry and

parking is free to the public”.

HUNDREDS

OF STALLS

Don’t believe everything that you

hear! Despite numerous rumours

the popular Riccarton Market is

not closing.

“It is easy to understand the confusion” says Craig

Murphy, President of the Rotary Club of Riccarton.

(The Riccarton Market is owned by the Riccarton

Rotary Charitable Trust and managed by the Rotary

Club of Riccarton). “With much publicity being

given to the proposed new housing subdivision

on some of the land currently occupied by the

Riccarton Racing Club people have missed the

point that not all of the land is going to be utilised.

Over the next few years land will be progressively

developed into residential sections along Yaldhurst

Road and Steadman Road and then into other parts

of the property.

It does not however intrude into that portion of the

land currently occupied by the Riccarton market”.

Plans released by the developers, Ngai Tahu

Properties, show the proposed subdivision being

done over 6 stages which when completed will

provide approximately 600 new residential sections.

“In preparation for the development the Riccarton

Market has reduced its footprint and condensed

the number of stalls available. The Racing Club

has offered other land closer to the entrance in

exchange for land surrendered by the market.

These new areas will be incorporated into the

market over time” advises Ross Binning, Chair of

Riccarton Rotary’s Market Committee. “By reducing

the footprint now we have been able to provide

additional parking for our customers making coming

to the Riccarton Market even easier. Over the

summer months we have been getting crowds in

excess of 10,000 people every Sunday.

The Riccarton Market has been in operation for

29 years. Over that time it has moved location

several times. From its origins as a ‘car boot sale’

located at the Riccarton Mall carpark, it moved to

The Bush Inn, then outgrew sites at Riccarton High

School and then at the University, relocating to

the racecourse site more than 15 year ago. It has

become an institution in Christchurch – described

by the Christchurch City Council as ‘an icon’ for

locals and tourists alike. It is the largest charity

market in New Zealand and with room for over

300 stalls it is arguably the largest weekly market

in the country. During this period Riccarton Rotary

has donated more than $3 million to local charities

and individuals as well as supporting other national

and international projects especially at times of

emergency.

“It is disappointing that people still talk about the

Riccarton Market closing” says Craig Murphy. “In

many cases those people are directly associated

with competitive markets around the city so they

no doubt see it to their advantage by creating

uncertainty about the future of the Riccarton Market.

Be assured the Riccarton Market is here to stay. We

have a secure long term arrangement over

the Riccarton Park site and apart from some

relatively minor redesign of the footprint over

the next few years there is nothing that will

change as far as our many loyal customers

are concerned. They will be able to continue

to come for their vegetables, meats, other

food items, hardware, tools, furniture, plants,

artworks, jewellery, cat and dog needs,

clothing as well as to be entertained by the

live music and stay and have their lunch from

one of the numerous ethnic and specialised food

and refreshment stalls located around the central

‘commons’.

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Upcoming game a

must win for Cashmere

• By Andrew King

ATTACKING FLAIR and

solid defence is what will help

Cashmere High finish strongly

in the Connetics first XI football

competition and qualify for the

boys’ lotto premier tournament

in Napier, coach says.

Cashmere showed that last

Wednesday with a 6-0 win

over Christ’s College at the

Christchurch Football Centre

moving them into third position

on the table.

Coach Craig Squire said it was

exactly the type of play needed

to get them to nationals which

runs from September 4-8.

Eddie Wilkinson scored a hattrick,

captain Lyle Matthysen​

netted two and Henry Mabin

scored one. Now they turn their

attention to fourth-placed St

Thomas tomorrow night.

“The plan now is to build

on this and be a very difficult

team to break down, while still

maintaining the attacking flair

and talent that the boys have,”

he said.

St Thomas coach Richard

Washington said the recent

loss 3-1 to Lincoln was tough,

particularly when they had to

hand the Connetics Shield over,

but he expects them to bounce

back.

“I know the boys’ attitude

will be completely different for

Cashmere and hopefully we can

put up a good fight,” he said.

Squire said it will be another

must-win to keep national hope

alive.

“It is vital that we keep winning

as all the teams are wanting

one of the top four places for

qualification to nationals.”

Nationals will feature 32 of

the best teams from across the

country split into eight pools of

four.

Four of the 32 will be

GOOD WIN: Lyle

Matthysen​ scored

a brace in the 6-0

win over Christ’s.

Now they look to

take points from

fourth-placed St

Thomas tomorrow

night.

selected from the Christchurch

competition.

The top two from each pool

will progress into the top 16,

while the rest will play for

positions 17-32.

Points table

1. St Andrew’s, 19pts; 2. Lincoln,

17pts; 3. Cashmere, 16pts;

4. St Thomas, 15pts; 5. Burnside,

14 pts; 6. CBHS, 12; 7. Shirley,

10pts; 8. St Bede’s, 10pts; 9. Middleton,

8pts; 10. Riccarton, 8pts;

11. Christ’s, 4pts; 12. Papanui,

3pts; 13. Rangiora, 3pts.

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world championships is finally

over – he has been selected to

compete in October.

The Halswell instructor,

alongside 58 others, will head to

Dublin, Ireland to fight for his

country.

He said when the email

appeared in his inbox, he was

nervous to open it, previously

the emails had contained

disappointing news.

“When I read it my hands

were shaking and my heart was

pounding. I was like finally, I’ve

made it,” he said.

He hones his craft every day

of the week balancing running

classes and training.

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“I have put in a lot of hard

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Shibata will compete in

the individual male pattern

category.

Pattern is a showcase of

techniques and skills – some say

it is like fighting an imaginary

opponent.

“I don’t like that comparison,”

Shibata laughed.

Shibata started doing tae

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Creative Writing Wednesdays

Tomorrow, 4-5.45pm

If your imagination runs wild

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hone their skills, pick up some

tips and learn from other

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the library, or some books on

creative writing.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

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Mid-Week Laughter Club

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The focus of the club is to get

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For those who want to have a

chat while they construct their

favourite woollen creations

can, with 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 from 1.30-

3.30pm at the South City

Library, 66 Colombo St and

every Wednesday at the 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. Meet some new

people and have fun playing

games. There are no bookings

required for this but caregivers

are required.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St. Free entry.

Maker Space – Family Times

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and check out the cool

Maker Space which will feature

crafts, Lego, 3D colouring, clay,

CELEBRATIONS: Learn more about Te Iwa o Matariki, the celebration of a cluster of stars.

Many different traditions and stories are associated with the stars. Go along to South Library

on Wednesday from 3.30pm-4.30pm to take part in many different fun and interesting arts

and crafts projects associated with Te Iwa o Matariki. Feel free to add your work to the

community art space or take it home with you. This is a free event for people of all ages to

take part in. ​

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.

Learn and develop strategies in

new games such as Dutch Blitz,

Heads Up, Hand and Foot, and

group games.

Join in for X-box and PS4

tournaments.

Take your friends or meet some

new ones; all children aged eight

to 12 welcome. No booking or

payment required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre.

Opawa Farmer’s Market

Sunday, 9am- noon

Find some organic and

delicious produce from local

growers. Enjoy sipping on a

coffee while wandering around

the market and checking out

the food on offer. From artisan

bread and french pastries to

fresh berries and local cheeses,

there will be something for

everyone.

275 Fifield Tce. Free entry

SOUTHERN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Academic or practical? We have a course for you!

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)

offers programmes from Certificate to Masters

level, with course intakes throughout the year.

The Christchurch campus has programmes

covered by the Zero Fees Scheme, which

means you are not charged tuition fees, only

paying for any direct material costs involved.

The New Zealand Certificate in Project

Management is open for enrolments and

students can begin studying at the end of June

or in the September intake. Teaching the core

skills and techniques of project management,

this course will allow you to contribute to the

management of various projects and work

with others in a project team. Offered via

blended delivery, you get the best of both

worlds, with fortnightly workshops and

online study combining to create a flexible

and comprehensive programme.

If you’re looking to get a trade under your

belt, the Certificate in Construction is a great

option as the building industry is in need

of those with construction qualifications.

Beginning in August, this course can allow

you to fast track your way through an

apprenticeship. Covering carpentry theory,

elementary construction skills, health and

safety, drawing and practical construction,

you will attend classes three days per

week, with the other two days occupied by

practical work experience. Students have

the opportunity to participate in house

building coupled with the completion of

theory units, which will ideally then lead

into an apprenticeship.

Come and enrol to study at SIT’s

Christchurch campus and kick

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Tuesday June 27 2017 15

Christchurch Intermediate

Schools

Specialists in Year 7 and Year 8 Education

OPEN NIGHTS 2017

Intermediates are exciting places for students to

begin their adventure into adolescence. In addition

to providing a rich, age and stage, middle-yearsspecific

curriculum in a stimulating, challenging and

rewarding environment, intermediates cater for many

interest groups and clubs.

Intermediate schools target the needs

of early adolescent Year 7 & 8 students

- 11-13 year olds. These two-year, coeducational

schools are in many ways ideal

environments for students to begin their

adventures into adolescence.

Early adolescence is a unique and special

time of immense physical, intellectual,

emotional and social development.

These changes create specific needs and

challenges that are significantly different

from the needs of younger children or older

adolescents.

An intermediate school can support your

Year 7 & 8 child in ways that include but are

not limited to:

• The staff are all focussed on the needs

of early adolescents and teach in these

schools because they establish strong

relationships and particularly enjoy

working with Year 7 & 8 students. They

are highly qualified, experienced and

skilled teachers of early adolescent

students, who ensure pastoral,

social and emotional needs are well

supported.

• The resources are all designed and

acquired to meet the needs of this age

It is not surprising that New Zealand and overseas

research concludes that the quality of teaching is

one of the most significant factors influencing how

well students learn at school. Given that quality

teaching occurs in most New Zealand schools

regardless of their type, it’s only natural to consider

other factors that might make a difference for early

adolescents.

The young people at intermediates are changing

rapidly – physically, emotionally and socially.

Intermediates focus solely on this age group and

are well positioned to meet their needs. A mix

of specialist and home room teachers helps to

provide the choices, challenge, love for practical

activities and academic rigour in the students’

learning. Resourcing, both human and physical, that

is developed deliberately to meet early adolescent

student needs, helps to build self esteem, assist

students to develop and find strengths and links

learning with career aspirations. Teachers who are

focussed solely on the middle years are able to work

collaboratively to provide level-appropriate engaging

programmes that connect learning to students’ lives

and interests and provide challenge for all students

to achieve to the best of their ability.

group - age appropriate experiences,

opportunities and challenges are

planned for and provided.

• Leadership development focuses on

opportunities for students to develop

the important skills associated with leading

their peers - people their own age.

• Secure and supportive yet challenging

environments are provided to support

students to develop their independence.

• Students thrive on the opportunity to

step up.

• Specialist teaching opportunities enable

students to receive age appropriate

and challenging learning in technology,

science, performing arts and visual arts.

• Significant home group environments

support strong literacy and numeracy

programmes differentiated in creative

ways to meet students’ individual

needs - all students are extended and

the focus is on accelerating progress.

The intermediate schools in Christchurch

work closely together to collectively provide

a wide range of extracurricular opportunities

for students in sporting, cultural and

academic contexts.

Current intermediate school students list these

points:

1. “There are more children of my own age here

because our school takes all the year sixes from a

few different schools and they come to one school.

And because we’ve got bigger numbers of pupils

we can have more sports teams and … there’s

something for everyone” Y8 child

2. “Our school has different specialist teachers for

subjects like music art, P.E. and technology, so we

get used to that – which is good preparation for

secondary school” Y7 girl

3. “At intermediate school everything is for our two

years (age group).” Y8 girl

4. “I like that we don’t have to look out for little

children. That was neat at our old (primary) school

but it’s nice to just have our own age here. Y7 boy

5. “It’s good that we don’t have big secondary kids

here. We can worry about them when we’re older…

and then we’ll be big too. Y8 boy

For a specialist focus on middle year schooling, use

the table on this page to find the time and date of

the open night for your nearest intermediate school.

ENQUIRIES WELCOME

This is a great opportunity to

see Intermediates in action

Attending our Open Nights is a

great way to see Intermediate

schools in action

School Date Time Principal Email Phone Website

Breens Thursday 6 July 4.30pm – 6.30pm Nikki Clarke office@breens.school.nz 359 8108 www.breens.school.nz

Casebrook Wednesday 2 August 6.30pm – 8.30pm Sharon Keen office@casebrook.school.nz 359 7428 www.casebrook.school.nz

Chisnallwood Wednesday 5 July 6.00pm – 8.00pm Justin Fields info@chisnallwood.school.nz 388 4199 www.chisnallwood.school.nz

Christchurch South Thursday 27 July 6.30pm – 8.00pm Ross Hastings office@chchsouth.ac.nz 332 2408 www.chchsouth.ac.nz

Cobham

Tuesday 25 July

3.30 pm – 5.30 pm &

6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Eddie Norgate office@cobham.school.nz 351 6381 www.cobham.school.nz

Heaton Thursday 27 July 6.30pm – 8.30pm Andrea Knight admin@heaton.school.nz 355 9555 www.heaton.school.nz

Kirkwood

Tuesday 4 July

9.00am – 12.00 noon

and 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Phil Tappenden school.information@kirkwood.school.nz 348 7718 www.kirkwood.school.nz

Shirley Thursday 3 August 6.30pm – 8.00pm Geoff Siave office@sis.school.nz 385 2229 www.sis.school.nz


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SOUTHERN VIEW

Parents of Year 6 students are

encouraged to take a good

look at their child’s full primary

school when choosing

schooling for 2018.

Why change schools when you don’t

need to? Full Primary schools are

tried and tested and have developed

in innovative and cost effective ways

since their inception in 1877. They

are as important to the provision of

education in 2018 as they were in 1877.

What makes them successful?

• They have evolved over time and have responded to the

different demographic changes since 1877.

• They are located in neighbourhoods; they cater for

families and respond to community needs.

• They are staffed by highly trained teachers who know

curriculum levels from Level 1 – 5 who have had the

same teacher training as teachers in other Year 7 and 8

school types.

• Teachers in the student’s current full primary school

know about individual students learning progress and

learning style from Year 1 – 8.

• Developing the whole child, flexibility, nurture,

innovation and child centred learning sum up full primary

schools.

• Year 7 and 8 students are the leaders and role models

along with the adults in a full primary school with

opportunities to nurture Year 1 – 6 students.

• School organisation in a full primary school fits the

needs of students not the timetable.

• All Year 7 and 8 students are included in leadership

opportunities, sporting opportunities, school community

job opportunities, buddy responsibilities and role model

expectations. They are seen by others in the school as

the leaders and younger students look up to them.

• These opportunities and strategies to build leadership,

key competencies and resilience are available to all Year

7 and 8 students in a full primary.

What does the research tell

us about the learning needs

of Year 7 and 8 students?

• Curriculum that is relevant, challenging,

integrative, and exploratory

• Multiple learning and teaching

approaches

• Assessment and evaluation programmes

that promote quality learning

• Organisational structures that support

meaningful relationships and learning

• Educators who value working with the

age group

• Courageous, collaborative leadership

• School-wide efforts and policies that

foster health, wellness, and safety

• Multifaceted guidance and support

services

• School-initiated family and community

partnerships

Looking at the above list it becomes clear that it isn’t school

type or school buildings that make the difference for Year

7 and 8 students. It is instead the innovative approach to

learning and the attitude of professionals toward this group of

students. This can happen in any school setting as long as the

leadership, teachers and non-teaching staff are committed

to the social and emotional development of this group of

learners. Full Primary Schools are providers of Year 7 and 8

education in every way that other types of schools are.

“Encouraging life-long learners. Expanding Horizons”

Our school offers…

Burnham School

§ Fun and authentic learning.

§ A family orientated environment.

§ Quality teaching with high expectations.

St Joseph’s Papanui


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Avonhead 55 Avonhead Road, Avonhead 03 348 7361 admin@avonhead.school.nz www..avonhead.school.nz

Beckenham 71 Sandwich Road, Beckenham 03 337 1404 principal@beckenham.school.nz www.beckenham.school.nz

Belfast 700 Main North Rd, Belfast 03 323 8849 office@belfast.school.nz www.belfastschool.co.nz

Burnham School Chaytor Avenue Christchurch 03 347 6851 principal@burnham.school.nz www.burnham.school.nz

Christchurch East

School

311 Gloucester St, Christchurch 03 366 2440 admin@chcheast.school.nz www.chcheast.school.nz

Christ the King 92 Greers Rd Burnside 03 358 2708 admin@christtheking.school.nz www. christtheking.school.nz

Diamond Harbour 13 Hunters Road, Diamond Harbour 03 329 4842

office@diamondharbour

.school.nz

www.diamondharbour

.school.nz

Halswell 437 Halswell Rd, Halswell 03 322 7038 admin@halswell.school.nz halswell.school.nz

Heathcote Valley 61 Bridle Path Rd, Heathcote Valley 03 384 1058 admin@hvs.school.nz www.hvs.school.nz

Kaiapoi Borough

School

20 Hilton Street, Kaiapoi 03 327 7231 principal@kbs.school.nz www.kbs.school.nz

Kaiapoi North 278 Williams Street, Kaiapoi 03 327 8803 jason.m@kaiapoinorth.school.nz www.kaiapoinorth.school.nz

Loburn RD 2 Rangiora 03 312 8828 principal@loburn.school.nz www.loburn.school.nz

Lyttelton Primary

School

34 Oxford Street, Lyttelton 03 929 0588 office@lyttelton.school.nz www.lyttelton.school.nz

And also

The research also provides insight into

what works for Year 7 and 8 students:

Ministry of Education by Dinham and Rowe

of the Australian Council for Educational

Research. 2007

• From the broader ‘teaching and learning literature’,

there is strong evidence that the quality of teaching

which students receive at all levels and stages of

schooling is of major importance in influencing

achievement outcomes for students.

• While productive and positive student-teacher

relationships are identified as an important

characteristic of highly performing schools

catering for middle years’ students, it needs to be

acknowledged that good teachers and school leaders

at all levels of schooling is what works.

• It is therefore debateable whether at least some

aspects of the philosophy and enactment of middle

schooling is any different from ‘good’ teaching and

effective schooling generally in all school types.

The literature is clear in advocating ‘middle schooling

approaches focusing on quality teaching and

enhanced learning’ rather than on school type.

Therefore it is what happens in the classroom to

support learning and what happens across the school

to cater for the specific developmental, cognitive,

physical, emotional and social needs of Year 7 and 8

that makes the difference. Not school type.

The research on middle schooling and its implications

to provide quality education to Year 7 and 8 students

is as applicable to full primary school as it is for other

schooling types.

Mairehau Primary 43 Mahars Road, Mairehau 03 385 3796 principal@mps.school.nz www.mps.school.nz

Merrin 41 Merrin Street, Avonhead 03 358 8369 office@merrin.school.nz www.merrin.school.nz

Mt Pleasant School 82 Major Hornbrook Road 03 384 3994 principal@mtpleasant.school.nz www.mtpleasant.school.nz

New Brighton

Catholic (Mary

Immaculate)

100 Lonsdale Street, New Brighton 03 388 7982 office@nbc.school.nz www.nbc.school.nz

Oaklands 37 Cunningham Place, Halswell 03 322 8735 office@oaklands.school.nz www.oaklands.school.nz

Ōpāwa School 30 Ford Rd. Opawa, Christchurch 03 332 6374 principal@opawa.school.nz www.opawa.school.nz

Our Lady of the

Assumption

Our Lady Star of

the Sea

89A Sparks Rd Hoon Hay 03 338 9503 admin@ola.school.nz www.ola.school.nz

45 Colenso Street, Sumner 03 326 5315 office@ourladystar.school.nz www.ourladystar.school.nz

Ouruhia School 21 Turners Rd, Christchurch 03 323 8855 principal@ouruhia.school.nz http://ouruhia.wikispaces.com

Parkview Chadbury St, Parklands 03 383 0833 office@parkview.school.nz www.parkview.school.nz

Pegasus Bay

School

5 Solander Rd, Pegasus 03 920 7000 principal@pegasusbay.school.nz www.pegasusbay.school.nz

Prebbleton School Blakes Road, Prebbleton 03 349 6553 admin@prebbleton.school.nz www.prebbleton.school.nz

Queenspark 222 Queenspark Drive, Christchurch 03 383 1578 admin@queenspark.school.nz www.queenspark.school.nz

Redcliffs Truro St, Sumner 03 384 3853 admin@redcliffs.school.nz www.redcliffs.school.nz

Riccarton Primary English Street, Upper Riccarton 03 348 5700

office@riccartonprimary

.school.nz

www.riccartonprimary

.school.nz

Russley 74 Cutts Road, Russley 03 342 7783 reception@russley.school.nz www.russley.school.nz

South New Brighton 160 Estuary Road, South New Brighton 03 388 9426 admin@snbs.school.nz www.snbs.school.nz

Springston School 16- 20 Leeston Road, Springston 03 329 5724 office@springston.school.nz springston.school.nz

St Bernadette’s

Catholic

St Joseph’s

Papanui

74 Hei Hei Road, Hornby 03 342 9780 admin@stb.school.nz

www.stbernadetteschch

.school.nz

4 Vagues Rd, Christchurch 03 352 8779 office@stjopapa.school.nz www.stjopapa.school.nz

St Martins Albert Terrace, St Martins 03 332 6121 admin@stmartins.school.nz www.stmartins.school.nz

St Patrick’s Kaiapoi 61 Fuller St, Kaiapoi 03 327 7700 tcoleman@stpatkai.school.nz www.stpatkai.school.nz

St Peter’s 11 Fisher Avenue, Beckenham 03 332 7598 office@saintpeters.school.nz www.saintpeters.school.nz

Sumner Colenso Street, Sumner 03 326 6546 admin@sumner.school.nz www.sumner.school.nz

Templeton 40 Kirk Road, Templeton 03 349 7045 office@templeton.school.nz www.templeton.school.nz

Waltham School Waltham Road & Hastings Street 03 379 3137 admin@waltham.school.nz www. waltham.school.nz

Westburn 257 Waimairi Road, Ilam 03 358 8173 admin@westburn.school.nz www.westburn.school.nz

West Eyreton 1651 North Eyre Road, Rangiora RD 5 03 312 5850 office@westeyreton.school.nz www.westeyreton.school.nz

West Melton

Primary

743 Weedons Ross Road,

West Melton

03 347 8448 tracey.ogle@westmelton.school.nz www.westmelton.school.nz

Wharenui 32 Matipo Street, Riccarton 03 348 5263 office@wharenui.school.nz www.wharenui.school.nz

Woodend Full Main Road, Woodend 7641 03 312 7808 g.barber@woodend.school.nz www.woodend.school.nz

Yaldhurst Model 48 School Road, Yaldhurst 03 342 7933 secretary@yaldhurst.school.nz www.yaldhurst.school.nz

Lyttelton Primary School -

Te Kura Tuatahi o Ōhinehou

Parkview School

New Brighton Catholic


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SIGNAL ICT GRAD SCHOOL

Returning to work, but

looking for a change?

If you watched What Next? on TV One

recently, you will be aware how quickly NZ

is being impacted by emerging technologies.

Tech roles exist in nearly all industries

now, from agriculture to zoology, and huge

growth in the already significant tech sector

in Canterbury is predicted by the Canterbury

Development Corporation.

To fuel this growth, we need more trained

tech people. SIGNAL is working with

industry to help meet this need via Shift, an

innovative industry-driven tech programme

for those who are seeking a new career path,

but who do not have an IT background. This

intensive 9 month programme is open to

degree holders in any discipline, from NZ or

off-shore - in fact, diversity is welcomed!

The Shift programme is ideal for those

looking to return to the work force, and

offers school friendly hours allows you to

up-skill without sacrificing family time.

There are a number of tech jobs in NZ and

they cover a varied skill set. You can focus

on software design and development or you

could concentrate on other high demand

skills, such as project management, product

testing, user experience, business analysis,

technical writing. The Shift programme

uses immersive studio-based learning and

real-world experience via industry projects

and placements to produce graduates with

well-rounded technical and communication

skills, able to work with any team within the

exciting tech sector.

“The first half of the Shift program has

Want to Shift to a new career?

We can make it happen.

CDC estimates ICT employment in Canterbury

will grow 2500 additional jobs by 2025

SHIFT offers tech training with school

friendly hours, so you can move into a

role within Canterburys’ booming tech

sector.

succeeded in delivering to my expectations - I

have enjoyed learning introductory tech skills

such as programming, web development,

databases and user experience. The project

work has provided real-life examples of how

these skills could be applied and required

our group to work together to achieve the

desired result.” Qualified geologist and Shift

learner Isaac Burwell.

Limited spaces are available for the

Christchurch Shift programme starting on

July 24 and there are scholarships available

too.

To find out more about the Shift

programme, call SIGNAL today on 0800

990024 and start your shift into NZ’s

fastest growing sector.

Combine your existing degree and life experience with

innovative learning to prepare for a career in the booming Tech

sector. Shift, Signal’s 9 month industry focused programme

starts July 24, is open to graduates of any discipline, with

limited scholarship opportunities still available.

Choose from the Software development stream or the

Development Allied stream to focus on other areas such

as testing, user experience or technical writing.

Scholarships

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APPly noW!

SECONDARY SCHOOL SELECTION

Marian College

Open Day

Marian College has a friendly

atmosphere, which comes from staff and

students knowing each other well.

Marian College

SOUTHERN VIEW

Marian College is a Catholic state

integrated school for girls, situated in the

centre of the city. With a maximum roll

of 430, we have a very strong emphasis

on being a family school. Our faith is at

the heart of our school and we focus on

the values of commitment, perseverance

and courage, which are inherent in the

traditions of the founding religious orders

of our College. Student wellbeing is

important to us, as is a strong partnership

between school and family. Marian College

has a friendly atmosphere, which comes

from staff and students knowing each other

well.

Marian’s academic results are exceptional

and we are dedicated to creating a positive

learning environment which uses the

best of modern teaching practices and

information technologies; we also have high

expectations. Our students learn to become

independent, resilient and adaptable young

women, well prepared with skills for the

future. Every student at Marian College

is nurtured and her skills and talents are

developed.

We welcome enrolment enquiries; please

contact the College office.

Be part of one of NZ’s fastest

growing sectors with fantastic

employment opportunities.

P 0800 990 024

E info@signal.ac.nz

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SECONDARY SCHOOL SELECTION

A bright future at Shirley and Avonside

With a brand new state-of-the-art

campus on their horizon and a host of

new opportunities to offer students, it

is a great time to enrol at Shirley Boys’

High School and Avonside Girls’ High

School.

The two schools will relocate to their

new site, at QEII Park, in time for Term

2 of 2019, so students who enrol for next

year will be at the new schools in their

second year of high school.

Being able to start from scratch has

enabled the architects to create the

‘ultimate campus’. It features a large

Performing Arts Centre (with a 750-seat

and a 100-seat theatre), three full-sized

gyms (complete with climbing wall), a

cultural space and four sportsfields.

Each school will also have a long list

of its own specialist learning facilities,

including:

• Electronics Lab

• Recording Studios

• Editing Suites

• 2D and 3D Printing Room

• 6 Science Labs

• An Indoor Fitness Centre

Avonside Girls’ principal Sue Hume

says the students will spend most of

their day in a single sex environment.

“That’s important to us. The research

clearly shows that single sex education

benefits both girls and boys...boys do

better academically and girls participate

more when they have space to learn and

focus away from the opposite gender,”

says Sue Hume.

Shirley Boys’ High School headmaster

Avonside Girls’ principal Sue Hume

and Shirley Boys’ High School

headmaster John Laurenson

John Laurenson says being co-located

will enable both schools to offer their

students more.

“We’ll be able to work together to

deliver more specialist subjects so we

can widen our curriculum and we will

be able to co-operate on things like

school productions. Obviously there

will be lots of social and educational

advantages to this.”

A large bus network is being created

to help make travelling to and from the

campus easy, and the schools are also

working with local authorities to create

safe cycling and walking routes to the

site.

While the new zone hasn’t been

finalised yet, the schools’ intake for next

year will be based on their current zones.

That is good news for any families

considering out-of-zone enrolments.

Much of the school’s existing zones now

sit in the residential red zone so there is

plenty of space.

KIWI

SOUL

GLOBAL

VISION

ENROL YOUR SON NOW FOR 2018

SHIRLEY BOYS’

HIGH SCHOOL

www.shirley.school.nz Enrolments close at 4.00pm on Friday 28 July 2017

Avonside Girls’ HiGH scHool

enrol your dAuGHter for 2018

Closing date for 2018 enrolments is 4.00pm

fridAy 28 July 2017

Educating and empowering young women to be

the best they can be.

new school opening in term 2, 2019.

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Bridalshow

save the date

Sun 27th Aug

10am to 3pm

air Force Museum

45 Harvard Ave

Wigram, Chch

Tickets: $20.00

A Star Media Event


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REAL ESTATE

Brand new and ready for you!

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Auction: Thursday, 13 July 2017 Unless Sold Prior

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 1 living room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing # PI47627

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stylish, functional living in every detail of

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high-quality fixtures and fittings and

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and executive finesse, the exterior of this

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beautiful stone feature detailing and timber

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bedrooms (master with ensuite and walkin

robe + 3 doubles with built-in robes),

2 further bathrooms and toilets, a study,

plus a separate laundry with back-door

access. The open plan kitchen/dining/

living area with fresh, modern décor sets

the tone throughout. The spacious kitchen

really impresses with a large under-bench

oven, 5-burner gas cooktop, dishwasher,

rangehood and walk-in pantry, plus an

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Large picture windows and doors off the

living area drench the entire property in

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under-tile heating in the entranceway,

kitchen and all 3 bathrooms. Through the

expansive opening doors and out onto the

large deck, the delightful entertainment

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while the grass and garden area create a

spacious haven for the children and pets to

run around in. The north-facing aspect of

the property ensures sun, sun, sun, while

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prompt service, all work

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co.nz

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Tuesday June 27 2017 23

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5 Oderings oderings.co.nz

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10 Ideal Building Canterbury idealbuilding.co.nz

12 Veito Heater branddevelopers.co.nz

13 Harrisons Curtains & Blinds harrisonscurtains.co.nz

14 Turbo Scrub branddevelopers.co.nz

15,17 Harrisons Energy Solutions harrisonsenergy.co.nz

16 Wright Spa Pools wsp.co.nz

18 EnviroMaster Ltd enviromaster.co.nz

19 Outerspace Landscapes outerspacelandscapes.co.nz

20 Fidget Spinner cuddlebuddies.co.nz

21-22 Platinum Homes platinumhomes.co.nz

23 UPVC Windows & Doors upvcwindows.co.nz

24 The Crowded House thecrowdedhouse.co.nz

25 Happy Spine happyspine.co.nz

26 Tumeric Powder showtv.co.nz

27 Milestone Homes milestonehomes.co.nz

28,30 Your Sparky leds4u.co.nz

29 Dream Home Curtains dreamhomecurtains.co.nz

31 Fry Air showtv.co.nz

33 Flatstacks showtv.co.nz

32, 34 Air Con New Zealand airconnz.co.nz

35,37 Xteriorscapes xteriorscapes.co.nz

36 Zenteq zenteq.co.nz

38,40 Heatsmart Central heatsmart.co.nz

39,41 Whitehouse Builders whitehousebuilders.co.nz

42 Morepork morepork.nz

43 Air Roaster branddevelopers.co.nz

44 Suntrenz Skylights suntrenz.co.nz

45,47,48,49 Living House NZ livinghouse.co.nz

46 Insulmax Insulation insulmax.co.nz

50 Automated Technologies automatedtechnologies.co.nz

51 Durasteel durasteel.co.nz

52,54 Edoma NZ edoma.co.nz

53,55 Sunshine Solar sunshinesolar.co.nz

56 Transforma Ladder branddevelopers.co.nz

57-58 GJ Gardner Homes gjgardner.co.nz

59 Kleva Cut Knives cuddlebuddies.co.nz

60 KS Lighting kslighting.co.nz

61 The Heath shuzi.co.nz

62 Eric James & Associates emcjames.co.nz

63 WindowWow showtv.co.nz

67,68,70,71 Harvey Norman Bedding harveynorman.co.nz

64-66 Central Heating New Zealand centralheating.co.nz

69 My Eco myeco.co.nz

72,73 Kitchen Studio kitchenstudio.co.nz

74 Sharp Asphalt sharpasphalt.co.nz

75 YMCA Christchurch ymcachch.co.nz

76 Citrus Magic citrusbasedcleaner.co.nz

77-78 Venluree venluree.co.nz

79 Bambillo Toppers branddevelopers.co.nz

81,83,84 Edwards & Hardy Roofing edwardsandhardyroofing.co.nz

82 Fig Landscapes Figlandscapes.co.nz

85-87 BuildRight Homes buildrighthomes.co.nz

88-94 Bedworld bedworld.co.nz

95 Surafce Solutions surfacesolutions.co.nz

96 NZHL nzhomeloans.co.nz

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97 Readylawn readylawn.co.nz

98-99 DVS dvs.co.nz

100-102 Austin Bluewater austinbluewater.co.nz

103-104 Enable Services enable.co.nz

101 Chopper cuddlebuddies.co.nz

105 Strategic Homes strategichomes.co.nz

106-109 Resene resene.co.nz

110 Millen Christchurch millen.co.nz

112 A1 Konjac Sponge cuddlebuddies.co.nz

113-114 On Cue oncue.net.nz

115-117 Plus 2WP showshop.co.nz

116 Logan Smythe & Associates logansmythe.co.nz

118 Polar Energi polarenergi.co.nz

119 David Reid Homes davidreidhomes.co.nz

120 McKenzie & Willis Flooring Mckenzieandwillis.co.nz

121 VDS Design estervdsande@gmail.com

123 BellaRoc Stone & Tiles bellaroc.co.nz

125 Infrared Panels NZ infraredpanels.co.nz

126 McKenzie & Willis Bedding Mckenzieandwillis.co.nz

127 Sincock, Till & Setz Audiology staudiology.co.nz

129 Property Investors Club propertyclub.co.nz

133 IPG Paintball ipgnz.co.nz

134 Natural Pest Control urbaadv@xtra.co.nz

135 Showerdome showerdome.co.nz

136 Duzz-all beeswax duzz-allbeeswax.co.nz

137 Unovent South unovent.co.nz

138 TC Groundworks tcgw.co.nz

139 Redrock hats redrockhats.co.nz

142-144 Rest area with Summerset summerset.co.nz

145 Power fit gym branddevelopers.co.nz

146 Ark Financial Group arkfg.co.nz

147-150 The Glass Room theglassroom.co.nz

151-156 The Carpet Mill carpetmill.co.nz

157 Treble Glaze trebleglaze.co.nz

158-159 Hororata Highland Games hororata.org.nz

160 Springfree Trampolines springfreetrampoline.co.nz

162 Canterbury Insulation canterburyinsulation.co.nz

163,165 Hometech hometech.co.nz

164,166,168 Carpet Plus carpetplus.co.nz

170 ANZ Bank anz.co.nz

172 Window Innovation windowinnovation.co.nz

174 Canterbury Continuous Spouting continious.co.nz

176-178 Morgan + Stone morganstone.co.nz

181-183 Simply Wardrobes simplywardrobes.co.nz

184,189 Bambillo Beds branddevelopers.co.nz

185 Dream Doors Christchurch dreamdoors.co.nz

186 Waste Co. wasteco.co.nz

187-188 Condensation Control condensation.co.nz

191,193 Venus Flooring venusflooring.co.nz

195-197 Target Furniture targetfurniture.co.nz

192,194,206,208 HRV safe Windows hrv.co.nz

198-202 4 Seasons Home & Leisure 4seasons.co.nz

203 IBS www.ibs.co.nz

204 Air Hawk branddevelopers.co.nz

210 X-Golf Avonhead xgolfavonhead.co.nz

205, 207 Thermatech thermatech.co.nz

209, 211 Agility BuildingSolutions agbs.co.nz

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214 Beam by Electrolux Central Vacuums beam.co.nz

215-218 Dreamwool Beds dreamwool.co.nz

226-231 Boat, Motorhome and Caravan Show classicevents.co.nz

220-224 Pool Land poolland.co.nz

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