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RELIEF COULD be in sight for<br />

Huntsbury residents besieged<br />

by youths congregating on their<br />

street partying, smoking bongs,<br />

urinating and doing burn outs.<br />

The city council wants to install<br />

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along Vista Pl and Roystone Way<br />

to curb the problem.<br />

The proposed restrictions<br />

would make it illegal to park on<br />

the streets between 10pm-<br />

5am every day, unless<br />

they were residents or<br />

their guests.<br />

It comes after <strong>Southern</strong><br />

<strong>View</strong> reported residents<br />

were fed up with youths<br />

congregating in cars<br />

on the scenic streets<br />

at night, playing loud<br />

music, smoking bongs, shouting<br />

and partying.<br />

Some residents said their properties<br />

were being used as toilets,<br />

and toilet paper, cigarette butts<br />

and ends of joints were being<br />

discarded there.<br />

The city council is now consulting<br />

on the plan. Feedback would<br />

then be used to prepare a report<br />

that would go to the Spreydon-<br />

Cashmere Community Board for<br />

a recommendation.<br />

If approved, the changes would<br />

see signs installed outlining the<br />

restrictions. Those caught parking<br />

there could be fined up to<br />

$750.<br />

Community board chairwoman<br />

Karolin Potter said the<br />

proposal came after a meeting<br />

with city council staff, police and<br />

residents.<br />

She said the issue was difficult<br />

to deal with, and police could<br />

only step in if they were doing<br />

something illegal.<br />

“For most of the time these<br />

people aren’t doing anything<br />

illegal. They might be<br />

sitting in their cars then late<br />

at night they dance around<br />

people’s property, they’re<br />

filling their pipes with<br />

water from the hose, they’re<br />

doing burn outs, they’re<br />

defecating and dropping<br />

rubbish.”<br />

Senior Sergeant Kelly Larsen<br />

said police had received a number<br />

of calls reporting disorder,<br />

antisocial behaviour and driving<br />

concerns.<br />

She said there had been no<br />

arrests made.<br />

“We acknowledge the council<br />

proposal to restrict movement<br />

on the street at night, and will<br />

do our part to help enforce this<br />

should the proposal go ahead.”<br />

Cashmere Ward city councillor<br />

Tim Scandrett said they had to<br />

look after the community, and<br />

the issue was impacting their<br />

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THE DRUMS are beating in<br />

Huntsbury as the city council<br />

looks to reinforce besieged<br />

residents under attack from hoons<br />

(see page 1).<br />

The city council wants to install<br />

night time access restrictions<br />

along Vista Pl and Roystone Way.<br />

That would give the police the<br />

power to inflict some real damage<br />

by arresting or moving the hoons<br />

on.<br />

At the moment the only way<br />

they can arrest the hoons is if they<br />

are breaking the law – that could<br />

involve anything from smoking<br />

dope to urinating on the side of<br />

the road.<br />

But don’t look for a quick fix.<br />

The city council of course needs to<br />

consult.<br />

Consultation takes time and<br />

with spring around the corner the<br />

hoons will come out to play.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Enrolment zone for merger school<br />

• By Bridget Rutherford<br />

WOOLSTON’S Te Waka Unua<br />

School has introduced a new<br />

enrolment zone to avoid over<br />

crowding.<br />

The Ministry of Education has<br />

approved the merger school’s new<br />

zone, which is now in force.<br />

It is one of several schools in the<br />

east, including Bromley, to create<br />

an enrolment zone, because of roll<br />

growth.<br />

The new zone roughly runs<br />

from the west along Tuam St, past<br />

Linwood College, stretching to<br />

Linwood Ave in the east.<br />

It then drops to Cumnor Tce,<br />

along to Wilsons Rd, and back<br />

up past Lancaster Park to Tuam<br />

St.<br />

Woolston and Phillipstown<br />

Schools controversially merged in<br />

20<strong>15</strong> to form Te Waka Unua.<br />

The Phillipstown community<br />

objected the plan when it was<br />

announced in 2012.<br />

After High Court action, then<br />

Education Minister Hekia Parata<br />

was forced to reopen consultation<br />

with both communities.<br />

But the decision was eventually<br />

made to merge the two.<br />

Currently the school has a roll<br />

of more than 450 pupils. The<br />

school has previously said it can<br />

accommodate more than 500.<br />

Pupils who live within the<br />

NEW: An enrolment zone is now in place for Te Waka Unua School.<br />

new zone will be enrolled at the<br />

school.<br />

Each year, the school’s board<br />

would determine the number of<br />

places likely to be available for the<br />

following year for those who lived<br />

out of zone.<br />

It would work through a priority<br />

scheme.<br />

First priority would go to those<br />

who wanted to be in the school’s<br />

Maori medium programme, Te<br />

Whānau Puawai o Ngākaunui.<br />

Second was for children who had<br />

a sibling already attending the<br />

school.<br />

Third priority went to a child<br />

whose sibling was a former<br />

student.<br />

Forth was for any child whose<br />

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fifth priority was for those who<br />

were either a child of an employee<br />

of the school board, or a board<br />

member’s child.<br />

If there were more applicants<br />

than spaces available, a ballot<br />

process would be used.<br />

To see the full map, visit the<br />

school’s website.<br />

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Indy is a very special patient of mine<br />

as she has had not one but two knee<br />

surgeries about 4 years ago<br />

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cranial cruciate ligaments. Fortunately<br />

her stifles give her no problems and she<br />

enjoys a very fit and active social life.<br />

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Fire exposes rat nest<br />

• By Mark Thomas -<br />

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SURPRISE: The remains of a rat nest which caused<br />

a freezer to catch fire in Shirley.<br />

EARLY LAST week a<br />

detective and I sat in<br />

the sun for the best part<br />

of an hour in Armagh<br />

St while we waited for<br />

an overworked police<br />

photographer to arrive at a<br />

suspicious fire scene.<br />

For the first time in<br />

months, the sun was shirt<br />

sleeves warm.<br />

Spring and summer can’t<br />

come too soon for my old<br />

bones, but I dare say we’ll<br />

have to put up with some<br />

wintry stuff first.<br />

So winter advice of the<br />

metre/heater rule, of staying<br />

in the kitchen when<br />

cooking, of using electric<br />

blankets only to heat the<br />

bed, and of cleaning the<br />

lint filter on the clothes<br />

dryer are still current and<br />

pertinent.<br />

I spent a much colder<br />

morning in Hammersley<br />

Ave, Shirley, last Thursday.<br />

A shed fire had spread to<br />

a garage and caused quite a<br />

bit of damage.<br />

Inspection of the shed<br />

led us to a small freezer<br />

with signs of the fire originating<br />

underneath in the<br />

compressor compartment.<br />

A closer look at this<br />

space revealed a pile of<br />

newspaper, plastic and<br />

vegetation.<br />

It appears a large<br />

rodent had made a nest in<br />

amongst the wiring.<br />

The interesting fact was<br />

that the newspaper was<br />

all ripped up into nearly<br />

identical small squares.<br />

The mental picture of a<br />

rat carefully comparing its<br />

bedding for uniformity of<br />

size seems ludicrous.<br />

But the evidence was<br />

right there.<br />

The police help us regularly.<br />

So when the brakes of a<br />

caravan being towed by a<br />

police car overheated and<br />

smoked volumes this<br />

week, the St Albans crew<br />

was more than happy to<br />

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Olivia performed a FNA ( fine needle<br />

aspirate) on the large mass, that was<br />

very inflamed and was golf ball sized.<br />

Unfortunately she saw lots of “mast cells”<br />

under the microscope, giving a diagnosis<br />

of Mast Cell tumor ( MCT ). These tumors<br />

are malignant, grow fast and will set up<br />

in other sites quickly. Her only option was<br />

surgical removal to hopefully limit the<br />

spread and extend her life.<br />

Indy was admitted, blood tests performed<br />

in house and chest xrays taken to make<br />

sure the mass hadn’t spread. Catherine<br />

ultrasounded her liver as well to check<br />

tumor spread. All looked clear. There is no<br />

point subjecting Indy to a major surgery<br />

if we saw gross changes in other organs.<br />

We will never go in and operate on a<br />

malignant tumor without first making<br />

absolutely sure we cant detect disease<br />

elsewhere.<br />

Indy was then anaesthetized, connected<br />

to our Cardell monitoring machine and<br />

placed on intravenous fluids, then taken<br />

to surgery to remove her MCT. Kirsty,<br />

her surgeon, also had to remove the<br />

associated draining popliteal lymph<br />

node as it was enlarged and very close<br />

to the tumor. A wide resection was<br />

undertaken to ensure no tumor tissue<br />

was left behind. The mass will be sent off<br />

for histopathology to make sure no tissue<br />

was left behind. In 10 days after surgical<br />

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be fair to say it is used daily and we see<br />

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ultrasound is mainly used for scanning<br />

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Catherine has scanned eyes and thyroid<br />

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Tuesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 5<br />

News<br />

Seafarers Barrington service nets crowd<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

ST SAVIOUR’S Church in<br />

Barrington was packed for<br />

Lyttelton’s annual Sea Sunday<br />

Service recently.<br />

The Reverend John McLister<br />

explained the origins of<br />

Sea Sunday to those present.<br />

“It is a time to remember<br />

those who work at sea, often<br />

in dangerous and exploitative<br />

work conditions. Seafarers<br />

can be in danger from<br />

shipwreck, piracy, industry<br />

accident and exploitation.”<br />

“On Sea Sunday, we come<br />

to recognise a group of people<br />

we sometimes ignore, sometimes<br />

don’t see, yet they are<br />

essential to our lives.”<br />

He thanked those who<br />

helped them, making special<br />

mention of the Lyttelton Seafarers<br />

Centre.<br />

“Five nights a week for a few<br />

hours in the evening, a volunteer<br />

opens the centre, switches<br />

on the heat pump, and tells a<br />

seafarer our password so they<br />

can access our free wi-fi. And<br />

the most common sound you<br />

hear in the centre is not the<br />

voices of men, but the voices<br />

of wives and children and, if<br />

you look at what is going on,<br />

you see tough blokes smiling,<br />

looking at cell phone screens<br />

as they chat to their families.”<br />

Nuk Korako<br />

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“A few weeks back, at about<br />

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in. He was a big, tough looking<br />

bloke,” Rev McLister said.<br />

“I said to him: ‘Sorry mate<br />

I’m locking up’. He looked a<br />

bit forlorn when I told him<br />

this. I could see why. On the<br />

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seafarers since we opened two<br />

years ago.”<br />

A collection was taken<br />

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Joe and Caeli<br />

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St Mark’s School celebrates new buildings<br />

AFTER WORKING around<br />

earthquake damage and rebuild<br />

work for almost seven years, there<br />

were plenty of smiles on Friday as<br />

the new St Mark’s School buildings<br />

were officially opened.<br />

The earthquake-damaged<br />

school library and music suite<br />

has been demolished and<br />

rebuilt, the hall expanded and<br />

other buildings redeveloped as<br />

part of the $7 million project.<br />

The buildings were officially<br />

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Victoria Matthews, who led the<br />

ceremony and blessing at the<br />

Anglican primary school.<br />

Principal Averil Worner said<br />

reopening the buildings was<br />

a “massive milestone” for the<br />

school.<br />

The rebuild work started three<br />

years ago, and she said work<br />

had been done on almost every<br />

building.<br />

“Keeping the quality teaching<br />

going while the school is being<br />

built around us has been quite a<br />

challenge,” she said.<br />

She said the new spaces would<br />

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were tailor-made for the school.<br />

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Monks offer enlightenment<br />

with art at Halswell Library<br />

GRAIN BY grain, Tibetan monks<br />

are painstakingly creating a<br />

sacred sand mandala at Te Hāpua:<br />

Halswell Centre.<br />

Formed from crushed, marblecoloured<br />

sand, the ‘cosmogram’<br />

represents a world in perfect<br />

harmony.<br />

Then, after three weeks, the<br />

grains will be brushed away to<br />

“signifying the impermanence of<br />

all things”.<br />

Mandalas are said to transmit<br />

positive energies to the<br />

environment and to people who<br />

view them, guiding individuals on<br />

the path to enlightenment.<br />

The monks will slowly build up<br />

the mandala, which is expected to<br />

be completed by September 1.<br />

Members of the public can see<br />

them labouring over their work at<br />

the centre as they place one grain<br />

of sand after another to realise an<br />

intricate symbolic design in vivid<br />

colour.<br />

City council libraries and<br />

information manager Carolyn<br />

Robertson said it was an amazing<br />

opportunity to see the cosmogram<br />

unfold in all its beauty.<br />

“We are very fortunate to be<br />

able to present this rare chance to<br />

marvel at the wonder of the sand<br />

mandala,” she said.<br />

Balance and Harmony: The<br />

HARMONY: Geshe Lobsang Dhonyue, master Tibetan monk,<br />

making a sand mandala creation at Te Hāpua: Halswell<br />

Centre.<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

Creation of a Sand Mandala<br />

opened on Saturday.<br />

The monks performed a<br />

consecration service and poured<br />

the first grains of sand after being<br />

welcomed by local iwi.<br />

On the last two Sundays of<br />

this month at 11am, the monks<br />

will outline their training and<br />

personal perspective on how to<br />

increase happiness.<br />

The dissolution of the mandala<br />

and a release ceremony has been<br />

planned for September 2 at 11am.<br />

Midge solutions in the wind<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

MIDGE-PLAGUED Bromley<br />

residents will know this week<br />

what solutions are on the table<br />

to try and solve the problem.<br />

City council staff met with<br />

the Coastal-Burwood Community<br />

Board behind closed doors<br />

last week.<br />

They were discussing costs<br />

for long and short-term<br />

measures to control midges on<br />

the wastewater ponds.<br />

This follows a June meeting<br />

between a group of affected<br />

residents, board members and<br />

city council staff.<br />

The city council refused to<br />

tell Pegasus Post the details<br />

of last week’s meeting, saying<br />

it needed to inform residents<br />

first.<br />

“Once the residents have<br />

been met with to discuss these<br />

options, the details of the proposal<br />

can be released,” said a<br />

city council spokeswoman.<br />

One of the options being<br />

looked at is installing a UV<br />

plant in the Bromley sewage<br />

treatment plant, which could<br />

cost $3000 daily in power<br />

charges.<br />

Coastal Ward city councillor<br />

David East has said this option<br />

would “obviate the problem<br />

altogether.”<br />

For years, Bromley residents<br />

have been surrounded by<br />

armies of midges during the<br />

SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

BIG PROBLEM: This pile<br />

of midges was collected<br />

off resident Janet Profit’s<br />

window.<br />

summer months.<br />

The city council has spent<br />

$800,000 over two years trying<br />

to fix the problem but to no<br />

avail.<br />

Bromley resident Janet Profit<br />

is one of those who has been<br />

pleading for action.<br />

She told Pegasus Post the<br />

residents wanted the problem<br />

“sorted, fixed” by the summer<br />

and their preference was for the<br />

UV treatment. “We know it’s<br />

going to cost a lot of money but<br />

we don’t want them reduced,<br />

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• By Gabrielle Stuart<br />

BUSINESS owners are worried<br />

a 30km/h speed limit on streets<br />

around Linwood Village, which<br />

was approved by the city council<br />

last week, will drive away<br />

customers.<br />

The lower speed limit is<br />

intended to protect cyclists on<br />

the new Rapanui Shag Rock<br />

cycleway, which is set to run<br />

from the central city to Sumner.<br />

Gardening<br />

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approved the plan on Thursday,<br />

dropping the speed limit on<br />

parts of Worcester, England and<br />

Cashel Sts, between Fitzgerald<br />

Ave and Aldwins Ave.<br />

New speed limit signs are set<br />

to go up within two weeks.<br />

Suzanne Heenan, manager of<br />

the Cats Protection League Canterbury<br />

Op Shop on the corner<br />

of Worcester and England Sts,<br />

said she was worried the change<br />

would be a final straw for some<br />

businesses.<br />

She said many were already<br />

struggling because of postearthquake<br />

changes and more<br />

than six months of roadworks in<br />

the area.<br />

asty ites Bites<br />

She supported the idea of a<br />

cycleway, but did not believe<br />

cyclists would replace the cardriving<br />

customers businesses<br />

would lose.<br />

WORRY: A new 30km/h speed limit will be set around Linwood<br />

Village within the next two weeks, along the new Rapanui Shag<br />

Rock cycleway route. ​<br />

Commuters to work aren’t<br />

going to stop, and even people<br />

out on the weekend aren’t going<br />

to want to do much shopping,<br />

because where would they put<br />

their shopping when they’re on a<br />

bike,” she said.<br />

When the plan was put to<br />

the public in May, 34 of the 65<br />

submissions supported it, 24<br />

were opposed, and another seven<br />

were generally in support but<br />

expressed concerns.<br />

One submission from a retailer<br />

said the lower speed limits would<br />

discourage drivers from travelling<br />

through the area.<br />

“Give us retailers a chance<br />

to survive here, as when our<br />

customers go elsewhere the<br />

Linwood Village will die. A dead<br />

village with cyclists passing<br />

through it is no good to anybody,”<br />

it said.<br />

“I am a cyclist and often cycle<br />

to work, and go faster than<br />

30km/h,” another submission<br />

said.<br />

But other submissions strongly<br />

supported the plan, saying it<br />

would be good for the village,<br />

encourage people to be active,<br />

and the lower speed limits would<br />

discourage “hooning” and keep<br />

residents safer.<br />

City councillor Sara<br />

Templeton said she sympathised<br />

with business owners’ concerns.<br />

She said there could be a<br />

negative impact on businesses in<br />

the short term, but she believed<br />

the new cycleway would help the<br />

village in the long term.<br />

“There will be a positive impact<br />

for businesses, the difficulty<br />

is that they won’t see that until<br />

it’s done,” she said.<br />

“Keeping an eye on the big<br />

picture, people really want<br />

these cycleways to happen.<br />

The concerns about safety is<br />

the biggest thing that has been<br />

putting people off cycling, so we<br />

do think this will help,” she said.<br />

Construction of the city side of<br />

the cycleway is set to be complete<br />

before November this year, while<br />

plans for the Ferrymead section<br />

were approved in March.<br />

It is part of the city council’s<br />

$<strong>15</strong>6 million major cycle routes<br />

plan, which would see 13 new<br />

cycleways built across the city.<br />

Swimathon<br />

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REGISTRATIONS are open<br />

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new swimathon event, Swim to<br />

Summer.<br />

Following the success of the<br />

Swim to Rio Swimathon last year,<br />

which raised $2300 for St John<br />

Ambulance Rolleston, the Selwyn<br />

Aquatic Centre has issued a challenge<br />

to Selwyn residents to swim<br />

a combined total of 10,000km<br />

in pool lengths in the lead up to<br />

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Said Kathy Moore, aquatic<br />

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• By Andrew King<br />

CASHMERE High<br />

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is hoping to follow in his<br />

brother’s footsteps and<br />

head overseas to play the<br />

sport he loves.<br />

Max, 17, has signed with<br />

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“I see it as an excellent<br />

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Next Step was started by<br />

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Max’s brother Simon,<br />

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a scholarship at Quincy<br />

University, Illinois, and left<br />

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“I’ve seen how it fell into<br />

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Cashmere heads to semi after big win<br />

• By Andrew King<br />

CASHMERE HIGH will take on<br />

St Andrew’s College in the<br />

semi-final of the Connetics<br />

first XI football competition at<br />

English Park tomorrow night.<br />

They met in round two<br />

during the regular season, in<br />

which Cashmere took the three<br />

points with a 4-2 win at the<br />

Christchurch Football Centre,<br />

where all league games were<br />

played this year.<br />

They will meet again at 6pm.<br />

Cashmere coach Craig Squire<br />

is not taking the boys from<br />

Papanui Rd lightly.<br />

“[St Andrew’s] will be a hard<br />

side to break down with a very<br />

talented squad,” he said.<br />

“However, the boys have the<br />

self-belief, skill and desire to win<br />

. . . the boys are ready for the<br />

challenge.”<br />

St Andrew’s football coordinator<br />

Matt Jansen said they<br />

have learnt a lot since the loss in<br />

round two.<br />

“[We are] looking forward<br />

to playing them again and<br />

embracing the challenges that the<br />

game will bring,” he said.<br />

“We know that we can play<br />

good football on our day.”<br />

In the other semi-final, minor<br />

premiership winner St Thomas<br />

will play Burnside High.<br />

Previously Burnside were<br />

CONCENTRATION: Max and Simon Chretien’s younger brother<br />

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seven.<br />

Their semi-final will be played<br />

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All four teams finished the<br />

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Burnside beat Riccarton High<br />

4-1, St Andrew’s beat Christ’s<br />

4-0, Cashmere beat Rangiora<br />

High 8-0 and St Thomas clinched<br />

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Christchurch Boys’ High.<br />

There will also be plate semifinals<br />

played for by teams who<br />

LOCKED AWAY: Burnside High have retained the Connetics<br />

Shield until next season and will take on St Thomas in the<br />

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Final points table:<br />

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2. St Andrew’s, 27pts, GD<br />

32-2<br />

3. Cashmere High, 26pts, GD<br />

26-3<br />

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25-4<br />

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6. Lincoln High, 21pts, GD<br />

17-6<br />

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9. Papanui High, 13pts, GD<br />

16-9<br />

10. Riccarton High, 11pts, GD<br />

7-10<br />

11. Middleton, 8pts, GD 7-11<br />

12. Christ’s College, 6pts, GD<br />

30-12<br />

13. Rangiora High, 3pts, GD<br />

72-13<br />

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Ngā Manu Kōrero<br />

success repeated<br />

For the second year in a row<br />

Cashmere won the senior student<br />

section of the regional Manu<br />

Kōrero speech competition.<br />

Freya Hargreaves-Brown (Year<br />

13) won both the Senior English<br />

prepared and Senior Impromptu<br />

sections, and was also named first<br />

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Freya was presented with the<br />

Joe Karetai Memorial trophy for<br />

her prepared speech, and for the<br />

first time in the competition the<br />

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section named after well-known<br />

Maori teacher Mei Ward. Freya<br />

will represent Cashmere High<br />

School at Ngā Manu Kōrero<br />

National Speech Competition in<br />

New Plymouth in September.<br />

This is the second year<br />

Cashmere has been named first<br />

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All three Cashmere students<br />

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Sustainability<br />

commitment<br />

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Cashmere’s Sustainability<br />

Council is a strong and active<br />

group, one of the many diverse<br />

groups offered as part of the<br />

at the school’s co-curricular<br />

programme.<br />

The council won the<br />

international Zayed Future<br />

Energy Prize last year.<br />

This year these students<br />

continue to be pro-active,<br />

volunteering to help plant more<br />

than 1000 trees at the end of the<br />

Cashmere Stream near Halswell.<br />

This work continues our<br />

school’s strong relationship<br />

with the Cashmere Stream Care<br />

Group, with whom we have been<br />

working over the past three years<br />

gathering weekly data on the<br />

water clarity of the stream and<br />

Heathcote River.<br />

Accompanying Freya Hargreaves-Brown with her trophies, centre,<br />

are Maighdlin Jones, left, and Wairaamia Taratoa-Bannister.<br />

year are of Ngai Tahu descent.<br />

Also competing were Wairaamia<br />

Taratoa-Bannister (Year 9) Junior<br />

Stage 1 of our school’s property<br />

works continues to progress well,<br />

with final construction finishing<br />

by the end of this year.<br />

This work has included a new<br />

block for Arts and English, a<br />

new special education block,<br />

extensions to library and gym<br />

and strengthening work on<br />

buildings.<br />

House day<br />

‘wows’ judges<br />

Term 2 concluded with an amazing<br />

Fashion and Wearable Arts Show, part<br />

of our school’s<br />

Inter-House<br />

competition. The<br />

Student Councilselected<br />

theme<br />

of ‘Continental’<br />

engendered great<br />

innovation and<br />

creativity which<br />

wowed the judges.<br />

Ngata House won<br />

the House entry,<br />

having selected<br />

South America<br />

as its continent<br />

and its entry was<br />

truly spectacular<br />

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included exceptional entries, with the<br />

eventual winner the clever ‘Continental<br />

Breakfast’ entry, shown at right.<br />

Maori, who placed seventh, and<br />

Maighdlin Jones (Year 10), who<br />

came sixth in Junior English.<br />

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School delivers another<br />

spectacular production<br />

Once again students and<br />

staff of Cashmere High School<br />

delivered a memorable and<br />

hugely entertaining major<br />

school production. The four<br />

evening shows were all sold<br />

out and the capacity audiences<br />

were treated to our school’s<br />

usual professional and stunning<br />

performances. Cashmere works<br />

hard to consistently deliver such<br />

Property works update<br />

The tendering process for Stage<br />

2 is under way, with exciting plans<br />

for a new 800-seat auditorium, a<br />

vibrant new science block, and<br />

refurbishment of many of the<br />

classrooms and facilities.<br />

The staging of this work<br />

over three years is to minimise<br />

disruption, with all work due to<br />

be completed in 2019.<br />

Illustration of proposed new science block.<br />

outstanding musical productions,<br />

and this year’s Chicago was no<br />

exception. Our congratulations<br />

to all the students and staff<br />

involved in this wonderful<br />

production for <strong>2017</strong>. This will be<br />

the last production in our current<br />

Performing Arts Centre (PAC), we<br />

look forward to our new school<br />

PAC and another spectacular<br />

school production in 2019.<br />

Caleb Jordan scoring against St Thomas.<br />

Strong season for<br />

Cashmere rugby<br />

This year the Cashmere High School U16<br />

team has had a stellar season, with a string<br />

of strong wins to comfortably qualify for the<br />

semi-finals. The team is building an impressive<br />

foundation for the school’s rugby programme<br />

in the future.


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KIDSTUFF<br />

Lindisfarne nursery school<br />

Lindisfarne opened in 1987 with the aim of<br />

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by 5pm each Wednesday<br />

Creative Writing Wednesdays<br />

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4 Sept<br />

Tuesday<br />

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Play great favourites like Minecraft,<br />

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3 Sept<br />

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Beckenham Exercise Class<br />

Friday, 9.30-10.30am<br />

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Opawa Farmer’s Market<br />

Sunday, 9am- noon<br />

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HOME & HEATING<br />

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Tuesday <strong>August</strong> <strong>15</strong> <strong>2017</strong> 23<br />

HEALTH & BEAUTY<br />

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Tours<br />

Trades & Services<br />

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E info@webuildltd.co.nz<br />

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AH 03 347 4347<br />

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WINNING<br />

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• Piling • Electrical • Plumbing • Flooring<br />

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Cam: 021 329 200<br />

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Trades & Services<br />

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Are you<br />

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raewynlcooke@gmail.com<br />

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Now working<br />

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• Hedge Trimming<br />

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ph 0800 248 733<br />

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PROFESSIONAL & QUALIFIED<br />

PAINTING<br />

Plastering, Wallpapering<br />

Spray Painting<br />

Ph John 027 860 8106<br />

9164023AA<br />

Trades & Services<br />

ROOF<br />

PAINTING<br />

Rope & harness<br />

a speciality,<br />

no scaffolding<br />

required,<br />

30 years of<br />

breathtaking<br />

experience.<br />

FREE QUOTES<br />

Exterior staining,<br />

exterior painting,<br />

moss and mould<br />

treatment and<br />

waterblasting<br />

Phone Kevin<br />

027 561 4629<br />

Trades & Services<br />

BEST BATHRooMS<br />

full renovation specialists,<br />

LBP, repairs &<br />

maintenance ph 03 387-<br />

0770 or 027 245-5226<br />

BRICKLAyER<br />

George Lockyer. Over<br />

35 years bricklaying<br />

experience. UK trained.<br />

Licensed Building<br />

Practitioner number<br />

BP105608. Insurance<br />

work. EQC repairs.<br />

Heritage brickwork and<br />

stonework a speciality. No<br />

job too small. Governors<br />

Bay. Home 329-9344,<br />

Cell 027 684 4046, email<br />

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz<br />

Trades & Services<br />

BUILDER<br />

For all building work<br />

but specialist in bathroom<br />

renovations, 30 yrs<br />

experience, with service<br />

and integrity. Free Quotes.<br />

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or<br />

0274 367-067.<br />

BUILDER<br />

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available for all aspects of<br />

building. Please call 027<br />

241-7471 or 335-0265<br />

CARPET & VINyL<br />

LAyINg<br />

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relaying, restretching,<br />

E mail jflattery@xtra.<br />

co.nz<br />

ph 0800 003 181<br />

or 027 2407416<br />

PAINTER<br />

Available, All aspects in<br />

painting. Very competitive<br />

in roofs and fences. Please<br />

call 027 241-7471 or 335-<br />

0265<br />

PAINTINg<br />

DECoRATINg<br />

Wingfields Contracting,<br />

all interior & exterior<br />

painting & all forms of<br />

interior plastering & jib<br />

fixing, ph Mark 021 171-<br />

<strong>15</strong>86 or 355-5994<br />

PLASTERER<br />

Gib Stopping, Small<br />

job specialty. 30 + years<br />

experience. Ring 0800<br />

387-369<br />

PLUMBER<br />

ALF THORPE<br />

PLUMBING Certifying<br />

Plumber for all types of<br />

plumbing, maintenance,<br />

spouting, alterations etc.<br />

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-<br />

350-231<br />

RooFINg REPAIRS<br />

Fully Qualified, Over<br />

40 Yrs experience<br />

Ph John 027 432-3822<br />

or 351-9147 email<br />

johnmill@ihug.co.nz<br />

SPoUTINg CLEANINg<br />

Spouting Unblocked,<br />

Cleaned Out and Flushed<br />

Out. Also Full Handyman<br />

Services Available. Call<br />

Trevor 332 8949 or 021<br />

043-2034<br />

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Out & Repoint, River/<br />

Oamaru stone, Schist,<br />

Volcanic Rock, Paving,<br />

all Alterations new & old,<br />

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visit www.featureworks.<br />

co.nz or ph 027 601-3145<br />

TREES BIg oR SMALL<br />

tree removal, trimming,<br />

stump grinding, shelterbelt<br />

clean up, section clearing,<br />

rubbish removals,<br />

excavation work, ph Trees<br />

Big or Small, for a free<br />

quote, 021 061 4783<br />

T.V. SERVICE CENTRE<br />

Repairs, tvs, microwaves,<br />

stereos, DVD. Aerial<br />

installations and kitsets,<br />

480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03<br />

379 1400<br />

UPHoLSTERER<br />

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suites, Caravan Squabs<br />

etc. recovered. Free<br />

Quotes. Phone Graeme<br />

383-1448<br />

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& all camera tapes<br />

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taping special occasions,<br />

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz<br />

ph 03 338-1655<br />

WINDoW CLEANINg<br />

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$70. Phone Trevor 344-<br />

2170<br />

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quality furniture,<br />

Beds, Stoves, Washing<br />

machines, Fridge Freezers.<br />

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or 027 313 8<strong>15</strong>6<br />

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fridges, freezers, washing<br />

machines, ovens. Good<br />

cash paid. Ph Paul 022<br />

0891 671<br />

TOOLS Garden,<br />

garage, woodworking,<br />

mechanical, engineering,<br />

sawbenches, lathes, cash<br />

buyer, ph 355-2045<br />

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fridges, freezers, dryers,<br />

washing machines, ovens.<br />

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working machines. Ph<br />

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027 6622 116<br />

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ADD SOME<br />

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Citizens Advice Bureau<br />

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Te Pou Whakawhirinaki<br />

o Otautahi<br />

Notice of Annual General Meeting<br />

to be held on:<br />

Monday 28th <strong>August</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

10am Cashmere Club<br />

88 Hunter Terrace<br />

Cashmere<br />

Christchurch<br />

All members of the general public welcome<br />

(03) 379 1100


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SUNDAY BRUNCH DINNER SPECIAL $25<br />

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Open Tuesday to Saturday<br />

12pm-2pm and from 5pm<br />

Midweek $10<br />

SPECIAL ROAST<br />

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AND NOW OPEN SUNDAY<br />

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OPEN 7 DAYS<br />

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THIS SATURDAY, 8PM<br />

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

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