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For years, Bromley residents

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

MORE TALK scheduled last night

to try and get rid of the midges

from the Bromley treatment plant.

This will be no easy task.

The insects have plauged anyone

living near the plant for a long

time. As the weather starts to

warm up in the next few weeks

they will be back – in force.

A meeting was scheduled last

night (see page 1) between the

community board and city council

staff and the key thing on the

agenda was cost.

Let’s hope they come up with a

solution.

Former Halswell Hornets

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Tuesday August 8 2017 3

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Denton Park likely choice

• By Julia Evans

DENTON PARK is looking to

be the likely home of the new

Hornby Library, Service Centre

and South West Pool mega

facility.

During the consultation process,

the city council found submitters

favoured Kyle Park and

Denton Park over Warren Park.

Kyle Park had the most support,

with 43 per cent of people

who submitted to the city council

during its consultation period

from April 20 to June 9, favouring

it as the preferred site.

Denton received five per cent

less on 38.

But due to the amount of

asbestos in the ground at Kyle

Park, Denton still seems to be

the likely choice.

City council staff have recommended

the Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

approve the location at its

special meeting on Saturday.

The board will then take its

recommendation to the city

council.

City councillor Vicki Buck

said because the full report isn’t

out yet, it is a bit premature to

comment.

However, she said the heavier

you build on a site with asbestos,

the more it costs to clear.

“It’s a real weakness for that

site … the cost of clearing the

asbestos would mean a lot less

pools or library space,” Cr Buck

said.

Building on Kyle Park would

mean about a quarter of the

budget for the facility would be

spent on clearing asbestos, she

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using Denton

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its rooms

are gravely

concerned the

city council

is proposing

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the site.

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Sports clubs from Denton

Park have been against that area

being used to build the facility,

worrying that they will lose field

space.

The Hornby Rugby Football

Club said in its submission that

the club feels strongly about

protecting Denton Park.

“We value this piece of land

and what it means to the sporting

people of Hornby … take

away Denton Park as it is now

and you will ruin many, many

lives in the community,” the

submission said.

But city council recreation

services manager David Bailey

said that a combined facility on

Denton Park would require 11

per cent of the total park area,

and wouldn’t necessarily mean

the clubs would need to relocate.

Man and cat

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from roof

• By Andrew King

A MAN attempting to rescue a

cat from a roof in Woolston ended

up needing to be rescued himself

– by the Fire Service.

Woolston firefighters were

called to Randolph St at about

12.45pm last Tuesday after a man

used a fence to get on the roof to

rescue a stricken feline, but was

unable to get down.

“We went up on the roof without

a ladder,” a fire communications

spokesman said.

“Lucky he took his phone with

him.”

Both were rescued unharmed.

Costly solution

to midge problem

•From page 1

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East said at the time the

option of installing a UV plant in

the sewage treatment plant would

“obviate the problem altogether.”

In spite of the cold weather, the

midges have already started making

an appearance in Bromley,

Mrs Profit said.

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Probation officer retires after 32 years

LINDA WINSKILL, a teacher

and then stay-at-home mother

with two small children had all

the makings of a Department

of Corrections staff member

without knowing it.

Thirty-two years on, Ms

Winskill retired last week from

her role as service manager in

Canterbury Corrections.

“A person working with offenders

needs to be able to connect

with people from all walks

of life,” says district manager

Lisa Joseph.

‘‘Being a mother, a teacher and

having a social conscience are

good places to start.”

“I wanted to work as a social

worker and had applied for a job

with the old Department of Social

Welfare,” Ms Winskill said.

“However, they required an assurance

that you were prepared

to go anywhere in the country to

work which I couldn’t do with a

young family.”

A friend was a manager at the

Department of Justice, as Corrections

was then, and suggested

she apply for a job as a probation

officer. She got the job and immediately

really loved it.

“There was no formal training

for the role of probation officer,

you learned on the job,” she says.

Ms Winskill’s first job was

REWARDING: Linda Winskill has retired after 32 years of public service.

to write reports before being

given a ‘nominal caseload’,

working with low risk offenders.

This enabled her to learn

the sentencing and offender

management skills that would

become her craft.

“Working with people on

sentence is very challenging

and very rewarding,” she says.

“While a large proportion of the

people we work with we see only

once, there are those we get to

know far too well.

“Working with someone

to make change, through the

bumps they encounter along the

way, is incredibly rewarding. You

are changing what is sometimes

a lifelong behaviour and belief

system.”

Over the years, Ms Winskill

has worked with hundreds, even

thousands of people on sentence,

supporting them, holding them

to account for their offending

and working to help them make

changes in their lives.

“Linda has made a significant,

positive difference in the lives

of many people, offenders and

colleagues,” Mrs Joseph said.

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“Being a probation officer

can be a tough job. Probation

officers find themselves being

mentor, support, parent, all

rolled into one. They need to

be able to effectively engage the

offenders they work with and

to also hold them to account.

They need to identify and act

appropriately to changes in

behaviour, when things are

going well and when they are

going badly.”

Ms Winskill carried on

her Corrections career as a

probation officer until her appointment

as service manager

in 1999 when she took over the

management of a team of 13

probation staff.

There have been many significant

changes over the 30 years,

particularly in the number of

offenders in the community

and also the oversight required

of community offenders.

“While drug use has always

been a concern, the increased

use of methamphetamine has

been a growing challenge for

offenders, Corrections and the

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of the work of Corrections and

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the community.

In 2003, Ms Winskill was

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worked in Corrections’ National

Office for three months on

developing KPIs for probation

staff. She was also selected to

be trained in a cognitive skills

course by two Canadian criminologists,

the precursor to

Straight Thinking and MIRP.

“Attending the centennial

celebration for the probation

service in Wellington,

representing probation at a

Corrections conference in

Brisbane, a secondment to

national office, completing a

diploma of social work and my

service manager role were real

career highlights for me,” Ms

Winskill said.

“It can be a hard job. It’s

particularly hard when we get

negative media. The Corrections

team do incredible work,

mentoring and supporting

some of our most difficult citizens

and it is great to see more

about the positive work Community

Corrections does.”

“Corrections is a really good

employer and there are lots of

opportunities to move to different

roles.

“The people who work for the

department are mostly great

fun to work with. The work is

never boring and time flies by.

Look at me, 32 years on.

“Most important to me are

the enduring friendships I have

made in my time here and the

wonderful Corrections’ staff,”

Ms Winskill said.

For her, and husband Alan,

who is also retiring from the

department after 17 years,

retirement includes “more time

with grandchildren, more time

to travel, garden, stained glass

work and sleeping in.”

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both sides of Tasman in key trial

Riki and Tauamiti turn out

for St Thomas, and Sakisi plays

for Shirley Boys’ High in the

UC Championship.

Topai-Aveai played No 8 for

Shirley Boys’ High and Taipari

had a handful of games for

the Christchurch Boys’ High

second XV before crossing the

Tasman.

New Zealand 18s head coach

Ezra Howe said the matches

will further strengthen the

pathways for players.

“This is a great opportunity

for the boys to put their best

foot forward playing against

Australia while enjoying being

in an elite environment,” he

said.

“I know this fixture will see a

good standard of football being

played from both teams with

many talented boys to take the

field.”

HARD RUNNERS: Jordan Riki, Seth Tauamiti and Daniel Sakisi will have an opportunity to take on the best rugby league talent in

Australia.

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•New Zealand Resident 18s

wider squad:

Akarana: Chanel Harris-Tevita,

Elijah Sufia, Emanuel Gerard

Tuimavave, Javvier Pitovao,

Lewis Afeaki, Lewis Sio, Matt

Timoko, Reagan Mclennan,

Soane Hufanga, Starford

Toa, Tyler Slade and

Vito Tevaga; Auckland

Development: Tutuki Kamana-

Pou; Counties: Asu Kepaoa,

Dredin Sorenson-McGee, Israel

Ogden and Keanu Laumati-

Paki; Mid Central: Awatere

Kiwara and Wesley Veikoso;

Northland: Paul Turner;

Southern: Daniel Sakisi, Jordan

Riki and Seth Tauamiti; Upper

Central: Hayze Perham and

Sheldon Rogers.

•Head coach: Moehewa

Armstrong; assistant coach:

Alan Ettles; manager: Ben

Vaipaata; trainer: Marrin Haggie

and physio: Ulima Tofi.

•Taurahere wider squad:

Brisbane Broncos: Dre Ngatui-

Woe; Canberra Raiders:

Sebastian Kris; Canterbury-

Bankstown Bulldogs:

Lauchlan Talau and Tommy

Talau; Cronulla Sharks: Cruise

Topai-Aveai; Gold Coast Titans:

Moeaki Fotuaika, Darius Farmer,

Jackson Paulo and Reihana

Marsh; Manly Sea Eagles:

Semisi Kioa, Zaane Weatherall,

Keith Titums and Mark Tepu-

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Will Finau; North Queensland

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Sean Mullany and Peter

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Roosters: Baylee Bentley-

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Eels get new home

CITY COUNCIL ecologists

have got their hands on some

slippery characters in need of a

new waterway.

Students from Te Waka Unua,

Linwood College and Kimihia

Parents College also got close to

the action during the removal of

26 shortfin eels from a Woolston

drain.

Clearing the eels will make

way for the development of an

urban forest.

As infrastructure for the

urban forest takes root in the

former lower fields of Linwood

College, the eels old home is being

diverted.

Work to redirect the timberlined

Arran Drain will intercept

the base flow, so the eels –

ranging from less than 250mm

to greater than 500mm long –

have had to slip into a new site.

“Native fish and their spawning

habitats are legally protected,

so we have to take great care

not to harm fish when doing

any works around waterways,”

city council waterways ecologist

Greg Burrell said.

“Several shortfin eels were

found during a survey of the section

of Arran Drain affected by

the wetland construction. They

are among our most hardy and

better climbing native fish species,

which is why they’re able to

URBAN EELING: City council ecologists taking the eels to a

new home. ​

navigate over 300m of piped network

to get into Arran Drain.”

After the drain dwellers were

drawn from their hidey-holes,

the eels were captured in a hand

net and placed in buckets before

being released into another section

of the Bells Creek system.

“Electric fishing, which does

not harm the fish, was used to

stun and catch all the eels in

preparation for their move to a

new home.”

Temporary fences will prevent

new eels from slithering into the

old site.

“Once the works are complete,

eels that migrate up the pipe

into Arran Drain will find

themselves in a newly-created

forested habitat that will be a

major improvement on their

previous home.”

The urban forest, off Ferry Rd,

is a key element in the $9 million

Bells Creek flood mitigation

scheme, utilising the earthquake-damaged

school fields.

Eventually, the 2.75ha forest

will again ring with native birdsong,

attracting bellbird, kereru,

fantail and tui amid totara,

matai and kahikatea trees.

A sealed pathway and boardwalk

bridges will guide the

community on an exploratory

journey into the urban wilderness.

FLAME FILES

Keep hot ash out of

your wheelie bins

• By Mark Thomas - specialist fire

investigator

IT WAS timely.

Evening city crews were called

to a house in Sewell St, Linwood,

on July 29, where a wheelie bin,

close to the house, was found to

be on fire.

A recent spate of these type of

fires in Burnside had resulted in

an arrest.

Nearly all these incidents are

the result of deliberate acts by

people who get some form of

satisfaction out of arson.

So the fire in Linwood

appeared to indicate another

area of town was in someone’s

sights.

That was until some questions

were asked and it was found that

ash from the fireplace had been

dumped into the bin on the same

day.

Don’t ever do this.

Ash can stay hot enough for

five days to ignite combustibles.

It should never be placed in a

plastic container.

Like a wheelie bin.

On July 30, a mother and

father in Ilam were disturbed

from their lie-in by a fire crew

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hammering on their door.

To their horror, the reason

turned out to be one of the kids,

up and about before the parents,

had placed a prank call on the

111 system.

We take these types of incident

seriously. We call them malicious

false alarms for a start.

Our Fire Awareness and

Intervention programme were

utilised to work with the child

so they understand the possible

consequences.

Because any time a fire truck is

responding to such a false alarm

they are unavailable for a real

emergency that is perhaps happening

near them.

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Hydrate to elevate

We all know drinking water is important, but the

majority of us simply don’t drink enough even

though we know it makes us feel great when we

do. We look at the benefits and motivate you to

drink more with a few tips on how to make it just

a little more palatable.

With over a quarter of Kiwis consuming

less than two glasses of water a day

and only 5% drinking more than the

recommended eight, the message

obviously hasn’t hit home on the

importance of hydrating our body.

A recent survey conducted by

SodaStream found that Cantabrians are

particularly guilty when it comes to their

water intake.

With 82% drinking less than six

glasses of water a day, but with over 85%

admitting they feel healthier when they

drink more water, something needs to

be done to bridge the gap in terms of

what we know to be true and what we’re

actually doing about it.

This same survey revealed that although

41% of us limit how many soft drinks we

consume due to our concerns over sugar

content, the same number of people said

tea or coffee is their number one drink of

choice.

Some people even believe that the water

consumed in their cup of Joe constitutes

part of their water intake. This is a fallacy.

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does alcohol too, it means we need to

drink even more water to compensate.

Not so surprisingly the reason we don’t

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by 5pm each Wednesday

If you want to spend your Saturday morning being social and showing off

your skills in various games go along to the Spreydon Social Games Club. At

this club, people play a variety of games in a friendly atmosphere, from card

games, Upwords and Scrabble to chess and Mahjong. This club runs every

Saturday morning from 10am to noon at Spreydon Library, located at 266

Barrington St.

Creative Writing

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

If your imagination runs

wild and you want to learn

how to put those ideas on

paper in a way that makes

sense, head along to this

creative writing class. It

will suit people new to

creative writing, or those

wanting to hone their

skills, pick up some tips

and learn from other aspiring

writers. Find some fictional

books while you’re at

the library, or some books

on creative writing.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre. Free

entry.

Mid-Week Laughter

Club

Wednesday, 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

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.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre. Free

entry

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

Do you enjoy reading? Do you fancy trying

something new? Would you like to share your

thoughts about books? Do you want to read more?

Are you unsure what to read next? Bookbuddies

is a book group for eight to 11-year-olds. Each

week’s session is themed with different activities

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Hāpua: Halswell Centre.

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

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Game Zone @ Linwood

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Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Play great favourites like

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Take your friends or meet

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No booking or payment

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Linwood Library, Eastgate

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Friday, 9.30-10.30am

Designed for people living

with long-term health

conditions. Classes generally

occur weekly other

than on public holidays.

Please phone 0800 663 463

to register.

St Marks Methodist

Church, cnr Barrington and

Somerfield Sts.

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.

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Breens Intermediate

Breens prides itself on being a friendly

family intermediate school with a strongly

embedded values model, focused on

learning and raising student achievement.

Our teachers are dedicated professionals

who have a sound understanding of the

specific needs of pre-adolescent young

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Relationships are at the core of what we

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Our specialist staff and facilities in

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The size of our school means our

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South New Brighton School

Nature Playground

The Junior School’s ‘Ruru’ Team (Year

1-2) are planning a new and exciting

outdoor ‘Nature Playground’ and various

community groups and business’ are

getting involved and assisting in the

planning and development. Bunnings

Riccarton have been working with them

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currently writing a letter to Bunnings Head

Office to apply for the entire cost of parts

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The ‘Men’s Shed New Brighton’ were

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Strong and well embedded school values linked

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Professionals who are focused on the specific needs of

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A challenging and responsive curriculum.

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We want our place to be one where our

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You can learn more about our school

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It will provide an exciting outdoor

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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2018

Become a global thinker at

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A Selwyn House School education

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your daughter. We focus on putting the

foundations in place to ensure all our girls

receive a remarkable education that will

prepare them for the global society they

will live and lead in. Proudly, authorised

to deliver the International Baccalaureate

Primary Years Programme, we are

committed to providing a continuum

of international education to our girls.

The focus from Year 1 to Year 8 is on

the total growth of the developing girl,

encompassing intellectual, social, physical,

emotional and cultural needs.

Parents want the best for their daughters

and, together with you,

our teachers work to

ensure we inspire all our

girls to love and to be

committed to learning as

they develop their unique

way of being ‘remarkable.’

We inspire girls to be

strong leaders, passionate

about science and

technology, competitive

on the sports field,

confident performers and

more.

We believe in the

promise of the future and

the power of education

to equip our girls to face

our continually changing

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Our girls stand out among their peers,

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Selwyn House’s nurturing environment,

small class sizes and comprehensive

approach to learning not only enhances the

capabilities of each year group but provides

a smooth transition to secondary school.

For more information about Selwyn

House and how to enrol your daughter,

please contact 03 355 7299.

SOUTHERN VIEW

St Joseph’s School Papanui

St Joseph’s School Papanui is a Catholic

integrated primary school that provides a

quality faith based education for children

aged 5-13 years. The promotion of strong

Christian values fosters a caring learning

environment where children can excel in

all aspects of school life.

The school provides a range of academic,

sporting, cultural and artistic experiences

that enable students to discover and

nurture their unique potential. This year

the school featured in Christchurch’s J

Rock which involved over 80 students

in performances that celebrated the

importance of books. More recently the

school has held a Science Fair which

included over 50 exhibits from its senior

students. Throughout the year the school

has had representatives for a range of

sports including cross country, swimming,

and a range of winter sports.

St Joseph’s School is a member of the

Christchurch Catholic Community of

Learning. It is working collaboratively

with other Catholic primary and secondary

schools within the Christchurch Diocese.

This colaboration includes the sharing

of expertise and the development of a

cohesive educational pathway for students

from Years 1-13.

St Bernadette’s School

St Bernadette’s is a state integrated

Catholic school that offer education for

boys and girls from year 0 – 8.

Within the caring and nurturing

atmosphere of St Bernadette’s School,

gospel values are taught and lived.

At St Bernadette’s we focus on developing

the whole child with an emphasis on

spirituality, cultural and social awareness

and concern for others.

At St Bernadette’s every child is known

and valued.

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL

PAPANUI

Te Kura o Hato Hohepa

Catholic Primary School

for girls & boys

up to Year 8.

Selwyn House School

Enrolling Now

Phone: 352 8779

www.stjopapa.school.nz

Empowering students to become confident motivated learners, living gospel values.

Located in the heart of Linwood

High quality education - Year 0 to 6

The best decision

you will ever make

for your daughter

Accepting enrolments now for 2018

Empowering children to aim high, persevere and succeed.

For inFormation regarding

enrolment please contact:

sheila paisey on 03 355 7299 or

s.paisey@selwynhouse.school.nz

Be our guest - schedule your personal tour today

Respect Resilience Curiosity Caring

260 Linwood Avenue, Christchurch 8062 Telephone: 03 389 9256 - www.linwoodave.school.nz


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Tuesday August [Edition 8 datE] 2017 153

SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2018

Welcome to Casebrook

Intermediate School

Cathedral Grammar

The ideal preparation

Cathedral Grammar is a pre-school

and school with a rich 136 year history

delivering high quality education in the

centre of our city. It is a school with a

strong, Anglican ethos and spiritual heart

that uniquely maximises the benefits of coeducational

and separate gender education

in the one school environment. While the

world has changed beyond the imagining

of our pioneers, the forward-looking

principles of Cathedral Grammar remain

as relevant today as they have ever been:

to provide an exceptional personalised

education that empowers our pupils to lead

successful and fulfilling lives.

Our Board has set a future focussed

strategy and we are currently in the

exciting phase of developing plans to

ensure we anchor a forwardlooking

education within the

illustrious history of the oldest

established independent

primary school in New

Zealand. Our forwardthinking

attitude is clearly

displayed with our fantastic

and unique new playground

on top of the roof of our

multi-award winning Junior

School building. Pippin

Wright-Stow of F3 Design

has created an original and

exciting structure to climb in

and through, which reflects

the shape and form of our

majestic Southern Alps. This is a great

addition to the existing slide off the same

roof space.

In this knowledge era, original thought

is important to us here at Cathedral

Grammar. This requires the ability to

think beyond, to adapt, to change and to

innovate. Our strong academic traditions

are important to us, and so too is every

pupil reaching their full potential, building

their self-confidence and making friends

for life. Our challenge is to find the perfect

balance as we prepare our pupils for life.

Every pupil. Every day.

Come and see what the buzz is about and

what we will provide your child and family.

We look forward to hosting you at our

Open day, or any time that best suits you.

Year 7 & 8 students are a

unique age group that we

specialise in educating. Our

staff and school resources

are all geared for this stage

of personal development

and focus on providing as

a diverse range of learning

opportunities to create a wellrounded

individual.

Our learning environment

is supported by a strong

focus on our school values

of Respect (Whakaute),

Excellence (Panekiretanga)

and Perseverance (Hiringa). Through

these ‘REP’ values we develop within each

student a sense of self worth to realise their

importance as a member of our Casebrook

community.

Our school environment is one where

students are safe and have the confidence

to take risks with their learning. In

this way the students at Casebrook are

supported and encouraged to become selfmotived,

independent learners.

We value the partnership between home

and school. Together we can create an

environment where we foster feelings of

pride and belonging. We are sure you will

enjoy being a part of our community and

I would welcome the opportunity to meet

with you to discuss your child’s future at

Casebrook.

St Bernadette’s

School

CompaSSion exCellenCe reSponSiBility reSpeCt

A quality Catholic

education for your child

Years 1-8

Enrolling now

Visits welcome

74 Hei Hei Road,

Hornby

Ph 342 9780

admin@stb.school.nz

www.stbernadetteschch.school.nz

Waltham

Primary School

Te Kura o Tūpuni

Waltham Primary School is the heart of a great

community. Open for enrolments for the remainder

of 2017 and beyond.

If you are looking for a full primary school (Year 1-8) that is

completely focused on each and every child ‘Reaching for the

Stars’, then come along and see us in action. Every day is an

‘Open Day’ at Waltham, so call us or just pop in to see what makes

us special.

Waltham has an “excellent ERO report.”

We have a strong link with all local pre-schools and secondary

schools, and we are continually welcoming new families

into our school community.

If you need a school in our area we

look forward to meeting you soon. It

is never to early to come and have a

look or to enrol.

Come and ‘Reach for the

Stars’ with us.

Waltham Primary School

cnr Waltham Road and Hastings Street East, Christchurch

379 3137 www.walthamschool.nz

Casebrook Intermediate School

‘A School of Opportunity’

Enrolling now for 2018 (no school zone)

Call us and arrange a school visit

Veitches Road, Christchurch | Ph 03 359-7428 | www.casebrook.school.nz

Respect Excellence Perseverance

Tuesday, 22nd August 2017

Principal’s address 9:30am


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Services include full servicing, lubes,

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and WOFs. And while they can successfully

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A courtesy vehicle is available, so

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Parker Automotive is located on the

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to Bin Inn. Opening hours are 7.30am-

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Saturday.

So next time your vehicle needs some

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Tuesday August 8 2017 17

REAL ESTATE

The Perfect Match = ‘As is’ + Immediate Income

58 Ti Rakau Drive, Ferrymead

Auction: Thursday 24 August 2017 Unless Sold Prior

5 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 3 living rooms | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing # FM5209

This 5 bedroom plus study family home is

being sold “as is where is” and is a brilliant

opportunity for investors.

My clients have enjoyed many happy

years in this home and are not quite ready

to leave so will become your tenants

immediately upon settlement (bond & rent

to be negotiated on or before settlement).

It’s a win-win situation for everyone - you

are making money on your investment

straightaway and my clients don’t have to

pack up their home just yet!

Located in the Brookhaven subdivision

which is always popular with young families

and professionals, handy to the Heathcote-

Avon Estuary watersports area, beaches and

within the Mt Pleasant School zone, you’re

on to a winner here.

This property is for sale with no transfer

of any claims or proceeds to the new owner.

It is recommended that all purchasers

carry out their own building/engineers

inspections and due diligence in regards to

the land, chattels and improvements prior

to the auction.

Open Home Dates: Saturday and

Sunday 2:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

58 Ti Rakau Drive must sell at or prior

to auction day, see you at the Open Homes

or for more information or to arrange a

private viewing contact Kirsty McLeod

of Harcourts Grenadier Ferrymead

(Licensed Agent REAA 2008) on 384 7950

or 027 226 5893.

Help us keep the

Santa Parade going...

The Christchurch City Council

funds 50% of this ‘not for profit’

event and we thank them for

their contribution.

However, the Trust is appealing

for further assistance from the

public through our ‘Give a little’

page.

All donations are gratefully

accepted.

Please help with a donation

www.givealittle.co.nz/org/santaparadechristchurch000


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Tuesday August 8 2017 19

What’s On

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DND SHOWBAND returns to the Hornby Club

next Saturday 19th August, and by popular

request will include their ABBA tribute set in the

programme!

Christchurch based DnD Showband has been

delighting audiences across the country with

their multi-tribute theme shows for an incredible

ten years. Despite earthquakes, tsunami warnings,

wild fires, and floods they continue to travel the

country - although it may take them a little

longer than in earlier days to reach their

destination! Coming months sees them with

show performances in Blenheim, Hawera,

Waikanae, Levin, Porirua, Ashburton, and

Timaru. Check out their website

www.dndshowband.com for show details.

“We’re rather proud that we get repeat

bookings around the country. The North Island

especially has a huge pool of amazing talent at its

disposal. It’s flattering that an act from

Christchurch is so well received,” said Jo Davern,

DnD manager.

In rehearsal mode for next Saturday’s show at

the Hornby Club, the 6 piece live band has been

busy fine tuning show content, sorting costumes

and tightening up moves.

“It’s not just all about ABBA, we’ve put together

a great play list guaranteed to get everyone up

dancing. And for those who prefer to listen and

watch, our professional tech’s Peter and Amanda

will be out front running our sound and light

systems to ensure it sounds and looks wonderful,”

said Jo.

DnD Showband present ‘Dance the Night

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