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• By Gabrielle Stuart

PHILIP BURDON and Jim

Anderton say they have been

gagged from talking publicly

about the future of Christ Church

Cathedral.

The former MPs, who are

trying to save the Cathedral from

demolition, signed confidentially

contracts in September last year

preventing them speaking about

a report carried out by Miriam

Dean QC into the arguments over

whether to save or demolish the

building.

That lapsed after the report was

released late last year, but this

week they told The Star they were

still told not to talk.

The gagging order came to light

this week when The Star asked the

two former MPs for an update on

the Cathedral.

Mr Burdon said he could not

talk about anything involved in

the process.

“[Gerry] Brownlee’s

office has requested complete

confidentiality, and accordingly

we respect his complete

confidentiality and it is entirely

up to his office to decide what

information, if any, they wish to

release,” he said.

But yesterday, Mr Brownlee’s

office threw confusion on the

gagging order when it referred

questions from The Star about

the confidentiality issue to

the Department of the Prime

Minister and Cabinet.

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Inside

News...................................3-20

SAM DICKSON is five weeks

away from living the ultimate

sporting dream.

Not that he hasn’t been

living it since he made the New

Zealand sevens team a few

years ago.

Canterbury-lad Dickson will

be in Rio, playing for Olympic

gold next month and on page

23 he tells sports reporter

Gordon Findlater of the big

decision he had to make to get

there.

For possibly the not-sosporting

type, on pages 30

and 31 we showcase Ara third

year design students mid-year

collection on our fashion

pages.

Columnist Melissa

McDonnell is a What Now fan

and now her children are too.

Read her weekly instalment

on the trials and tribulations of

being a mum on page 33.

We reveal street artist Wongi

‘Freak’ Wilson’s latest central

city masterpiece (page 3) and

on page 5 we find out how

much it has cost to set up the

Crown company tasked with

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THIS WEEK IN CANTERBURY’S PAST

This week in history saw the New Zealand Boxing Association

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people were evacuated as serious flooding affected the city

on July 4, 1977. Three young men drowned in the Avon River

as a result of a boating mishap on July 6, 1887. Widespread

flooding also caused problems in the province on July 7, 1908.

The Canterbury Society of Arts was formed on July 8, 1880.

Civic tree planting began on July 9, 1863. Part of the day’s

planting was a commemorative tree, generally regarded as the

beginning of the Botanic Gardens. Hagley Park and Botanic

Gardens were included in the city boundary on July 10, 1922.

A record crowd of over 57,000 watched the All Blacks play

against the British Lions at Lancaster Park on July 10, 1971.

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News

Giant mural lifts spirits

‘Freak’ Wilson’s

latest

masterpiece

CHRISTCHURCH street artist

Wongi ‘Freak’ Wilson’s latest

artwork continues to enthrall

the Garden City.

The mural on the side of the

UniMed building at the corner

of Gloucester and Manchester

Sts was completed last month

and shows two children playing

hide and seek.

It was commissioned by

UniMed New Zealand and set

up by the street art collective

OiYou.

Wilson (left)

said as far as he

was aware there

are no plans to

build in front of

the mural.

“So hopefully

it’ll be there for

some time.”

The giant images are

modelled on his and his wife

Emma’s niece, and on the son of

a good friend.

Born and raised in Sydenham

in Christchurch where he still

lives, Wilson’s cheerful murals

continue to lift spirits city-wide.

He says his art has evolved

from a hobby to a full-time

•From page 1

His office said the DPMC was

leading discussions between

Great Christchurch Buildings

Trust and the Anglican Diocese.

But a DPMC spokesman told

The Star the confidentiality

agreement only applied until the

report was released late last year,

inferring Mr Anderton and Mr

Burdon were in fact able to talk

publicly.

Mr Anderton said after the

ENTHRALLING: Wongi Wilson’s artwork of two children playing hide and seek on a building

on the corner of Gloucester and Manchester has been completed. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

career with the help and

support of Emma, who is an

accountant, and boosted by the

opportunities brought about in

post-quake Christchurch.

He did a Certificate in Design

at the Christchurch Polytechnic

Institute of Technology in

2009, and has never looked

back, doing dozens of murals

each year, many of them

confidentially agreement lapsed

he was told that any comment

would have to come from a

former Canterbury Earthquake

Recovery Authority senior

staff member now based in

Mr Brownlee’s office, who also

liaises with the DPMC.

Mr Anderton said he was

abiding by that directive.

But a central city developer

Earnest Duval said someone

needed to talk about what was

documented at his website,

www.wongi.co.nz

His interest in graffiti developed

at a young age, watching

the art form grow over the

last two decades from virtual

non-existence to a blossoming,

pervasive creative influence

across the country.

He has played a major role in

transformation graffiti art in

happening with the Cathedral,

because the silence was fuelling

uncertainty for developers and

property owners.

“It is such a significant project

for Christchurch because it is

a catalyst for so much development

in the area,” he said.

He said he understood the

details of the discussions being

kept under wraps, but either the

Government or the Cathedral

campaigners should be allowed

Christchurch through both his

hundreds of large-scale murals

across the city, and through

several exhibitions at Canterbury

Museum and the COCA

Gallery.

His medium of choice is the

spray can but his trademark is a

diverse range of styles featuring

a blend of traditional graffiti

and photorealism.

Cathedral group say they are muzzled

to give updates on the process.

Mr Anderton said the Government

had taken keeping information

under wraps too far.

“I think it’s the time, and well

past it, that they could actually

make an announcement about

what is actually happening.”

A spokesman for the Anglican

Diocese said it was not aware

of or involved in any confidentiality

agreement around the

discussions.

In Brief

86-YEAR-OLD DIES IN FIRE

An 86-year-old reported to be

Raymond Leslie John Burnett died

after a fire tore through his home

south of Cheviot yesterday. An

elderly woman, believed to be his

wife, managed to escape the fire

which had engulfed the house,

police said. Fire crews were called

to the burning house, on Gore Bay,

about 7.40am.

BUS PATRONAGE

Patronage of the city’s orange line

bus route was up 8 per cent in

May compared to the same time

last year, while patronage of the

Orbiter was down 6.2 per cent.

The blue, yellow and purple lines

were at close to the same level of

patronage. The total number of

people using these five main lines

was 709,432, a fall of 1.2 per cent

compared to the previous year.

ARTIST DONATES PAINTINGS

Christchurch artist Rangi Downes

has donated his paintings to 51

hospitals and doctors’ offices

around the South Island, and has

no plans to stop. The 75-year-old

has returned from a road trip

delivering the Mickey Mouse

paintings, which he began to

donate after hearing the stories

of children fighting cancer. He

is now working on a series of

paintings for sick children in

Christchurch.

POLLUTION GUIDELINE

EXCEEDED

The city recorded its fourth and

fifth high pollution days for the

year within the last week. The

health-based concentration

guideline was exceeded on

Sunday with a 24-hour average

concentration of 51mcg of

suspended particulate per cubic

metre of air, measured at the

monitoring site in St Albans. On

Monday, 95mcg was recorded at

the Woolston monitoring site. The

national compliance target that

Christchurch will be expected

to meet will be set at three high

pollution days per year from

September, dropping to one day

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Couple not shaken after grisly find

THE Christchurch

holidaymaker who found a

bundled up human head washed

ashore in Fiji says he knew as

soon as he picked it up what he

held in his hands.

The gruesome find is believed

to be the latest in a gory case

of a Russian couple murdered

and dismembered on the Pacific

island.

A host of body parts, including

two pairs of severed feet,

have washed to shore in the past

fortnight.

Graeme Bickley and his wife

Jan were walking along Natadola

beach on Monday morning

when they spotted a green

bundle sitting about 10m out

from shore in low tide.

The couple, like many around

them, were fascinated by the

murder mystery and had been

reading as much as they could

about it.

Joking at first, they wondered

whether this might be more

body parts, Mr Bickley told the

New Zealand Herald.

“My wife spotted it and she

said: ‘Oh, look at that’ and I said:

‘Oh, it’ll be more body parts’.

“[I was] just joking, but when I

went out into the water and bent

down to pick it up and found it

was so heavy . . . you think: ‘Oh,

okay’.”

The bundle, tied and secured

with nylon fishing line, was

weighed down by rocks, which

made it hard to carry, Mr Bickley

said.

“I got it to shore finally and

put it down on the sand and the

stones rattled in it and I thought:

‘Oh no, this is not good’.”

Although he and his wife

chose not to open the bundle,

police later confirmed it contained

a human head, but did

not say who the victim was.

“It’s a funny little feeling in

your tummy. Like, that was

somebody’s life a few days ago,”

Mr Bickley said.

“It’s also a funny feeling about

how the people who had put that

package together had been so

inhuman.

“[They had] been able to cut it

up and spend considerable time

putting it into this parcel, which

was very neatly and securely fastened

so it actually survived all the

tides that brought it ashore again.”

Fiji police this week said DNA

tests showed the body parts

LEFT: Graeme

and Jan

Bickley.

ABOVE: Yuri

and Natalia

Shipulin.

belonged to Russian couple Yuri

and Natalia Shipulin, who went

missing on June 16.

Police believe the Russians,

who had reportedly been in Fiji

since 2011, were murdered and

dismembered.

Media reported this week that

detectives had information a

chainsaw was missing from a

farm the couple were running on

the main island of Viti Levu.

The Fiji Times said they were

leasing the property and operating

a photography business, with

one friend describing them as

“soulmates”.

However, their business

partner Andrew Luzanenko told

the Fiji Sun they had financial

difficulties after the farm was

devastated by Super Cyclone

Winston this year.

Mr and Mrs Bickley were back

in their Christchurch home by

yesterday evening, having been

due to end their holiday by then

anyway.

They were left not too shaken

by the grisly find.

“Once we’d spoken to the police

and the [Fijian] newspaper,

obviously we thought about it all

day and it did leave a funny feeling

in my tummy I must admit.

“Here’s a person’s life gone and

there’s people probably not far

from us who cut them up and

put them in a package like that.”


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Millions to set up Otakaro

• By Gabrielle Stuart

OTAKARO HAS budgeted

more than $6 million for its

set up, in spite of re-employing

many Canterbury Earthquake

Recovery Authority staff and

moving into its former office.

As of May, Otakaro had spent

$3.9 million of the $6.1 million

budgeted for its set up.

Otakaro is the Crown company

which has taken over control

from CERA of the city’s major

anchor projects.

The $3.9 million spend

included the cost of setting up

the office, recruiting staff, the

due diligence process, setting up

policies and procedures and the

“co-ordination and project management

of the establishment”.

That included $348,000 on

recruiting staff, including

$108,000 on international recruitment

for a chief executive.

Chief executive Albert Brantley

was found in Canterbury. Of

the other 90 staff, 52 came from

CERA.

When asked for a breakdown

of the other costs involved in the

set up, an Otakaro spokesman

told The Star that the questions

could not be answered this week

and would have to be sent as an

Official Information Act request.

TAKE OVER: Otakaro is based on level eight of the HSBC

building on Worcester Boulevard, where CERA was located

until it closed in April.

But Otakaro chairman Ross

Butler (below) said the costs

were comparable

to any company

created to deliver a

similar programme

of sizeable projects.

“Establishing

Otakaro Ltd in

just 14 weeks was a significant

undertaking given the scale and

magnitude of its role.

The company’s ability to

maintain momentum on the

anchor projects following the

transition from CERA is a testament

to a focus on efficiency

during the set up period,” Mr

Butler said.

Minister supporting Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Gerry Brownlee would not answer

questions about the set up

costs or what oversight he had

of them. He said they were best

answered by Otakaro.

In a report to a parliamentary

committee, Otakaro said more

of the $6.1 million would be

spent this year reviewing inherited

systems and “bedding in

key establishment policies and

processes”.

Labour’s Canterbury

spokeswoman

Megan Woods (right)

said the fact that so

much was being spent

on setting up systems

concerned her.

“It really highlights that

CERA wasn’t fit for purpose if

five and a half years later we’re

now having to put these systems

in place.”

But she said the money would

be worth spending if the new

systems could speed up the

process.

“If this is $6 million invested

in getting things moving, it’s

a good investment. But what I

don’t want to see is good money

going after bad. So the proof will

be in the pudding, really,” she

said.

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buildings, and delivered projects

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Otakaro.

Keith Beal will be the Crownowned

company’s general manager,

strategy and property opportunities,

starting next month.

He rounds out a now fully

staffed senior management team

of four, plus chief executive Albert

Brantley.

The company is charged with

delivering the city’s anchor projects.

It took over from the now

defunct CERA.

General manager development

Robert Fiske, who has been employed

by BHP Billiton in Perth,

managing a $6 billion portfolio.

General counsel is Ruth Keating

who relocated from Melbourne

to take up the role. She has held

positions at Meridian Energy and

several law firms here and abroad.

Former CERA employee Dave

Mills was appointed to the role

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In Brief

• By Shelley Robinson

Underground insurance woes

MAN ARRESTED AFTER

SCIRT: The Wairakei Diversion has been repaired as part of the

major upgrade to the city’s wastewater network. ​

THE CITY council is facing a

multi-billion dollar problem as it

tries to find an insurer and

options to cover the network of

underground pipes.

It has been crunching the

numbers over the past few

months on how much insurance

to get and how to get it.

Currently, there is $6 billion

of underground infrastructure

with $100 million cover

through the Local Authority

Protection Programme Disaster

Fund.

Above ground, buildings and

other assets are well-covered,

with $1.8 billion coverage

for $2.2 billion of assets, but

underground is another story,

said city councillor and the

insurance committee deputy

chairman, Raf Manji.

“Certainly it is a risk that

we’ve had to carry for a long

time. We do have a huge amount

of underground infrastructure

that is not insured,” he said.

It’s a risk mitigated by the “resilience”

built into the networks

– plastic pipes instead of ceramic

that could take “a lot of shaking”,

Cr Manji said.

The problem is to go to market

insurers need enough information

to base a price on, said city

council financial officer Peter

Gudsell.

But the city is still undergoing

extensive repairs, meaning there

is “insufficient information to

seek a response from the market”,

he said.

The city had $200 million

of cover with LAPP after the

September 2010 and February

2011 earthquakes, which was

paid out.

Cr Manji favours getting

“catastrophe insurance” or

parametric insurance for the underground

infrastructure. This

insures for a particular event.

In a disaster, the Government

covers 60 per cent of the

cost, with councils paying the

remainder.

But that is under review by the

Local Government Risk Agency,

forcing councils to look at other

insurance options.

“I think the gut feeling is

councils will be taking on more

of their own risk,” said Cr Manji.

Auckland City Council director

legal and risk Katherine

Anderson said it was looking

to purchase cover for its underground

stormwater assets, with a

replacement value of $2.9 billion.

The normally candid deputy

mayor, Vicki Buck, who is on the

committee, said she preferred

not to comment on the “minefield”

that was the city council’s

insurance.

But she did say that after the

issues with Civic Assurance,

the city council has been more

cautious.

It took a year of mediation

with Civic Assurance’s reinsurers

before it received its

global settlement in December

of $635 million.

“Our approach to insurance is

once burnt [be] incredibly careful.

Insurance is a regular subject

and there are regular updates,”

she said.

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Police arrested a man on Tuesday

after he exposed himself to a

young child in Riccarton. The

man is his 40s is known to police.

The incident happened about

3.30pm in Kmart. He was taken

into custody and investigations

are continuing.

HUNTER SHOT IN LEG

A man is recovering after being

accidentally shot in the leg by his

hunting partner at Glenthorne

Station, near Lake Coleridge on

Sunday. The pair and a third

man, all from Selwyn, were on a

hunting trip when the accident

happened. Senior Sergeant Tony

Beaumont said one of the men

had been unloading his rifle when

it discharged. Police were likely to

lay charges, he said.

CORRECTION

In The Star last week, it was

reported that the city council

made the decision to put $70,000

toward the SingularityU summit

behind closed doors. The grant

was discussed behind closed

doors in a public excluded

committee meeting, but the

final decision was made in a

meeting which was open to the

public. The Star apologises for the

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Prisoner-to-staff

ratio high

in Christchurch

• By Gabrielle Stuart

TWO CHRISTCHURCH prisons

have the worst prisoner-to-staff

ratios in the country.

Rolleston Prison has the highest,

with 3.6 prisoners to each

person on staff. Christchurch

Men’s Prison has the second highest,

with 2.8 prisoners to each staff

member.

Most prisons have about two

prisoners to one staff member,

with 1.5 prisoners to each staff

member the lowest ratio.

The numbers were revealed in

a report to a parliamentary committee,

which said the ratios could

be influenced by the age and

design of the prison, the type of

programmes on site and the security

classification of the prisoners.

Corrections Association of NZ

president Alan Whitley said the

real ratio from day-to-day at the

prisons was much higher than the

numbers reported.

He said the real ratio from

day-to-day could be as high as one

staff member to 20 prisoners.

The numbers reflected the

ratio if every staff member was

at work at one time, but because

they worked shifts that never happened,

he said.

Health battle for rugby star

• By Bridget Rutherford

UTO ENOSI Tuipulotu came

to Akaroa four years ago to

get an education so he could

support his family back in

Tonga.

But now he is in

Christchurch Hospital battling

a rare form of cancer.

The 19-year-old had been

having trouble with a racing

heart while at rugby training,

and went for a check-up.

It was then

when the

doctor found

a cancerous

growth on his

heart.

The building

apprentice is

now in hospital undergoing

chemotherapy treatment.

His former history teacher,

Garry Brittenden, who helped

bring him to New Zealand, has

set up a Givealittle page to help

raise money to bring his family

over to be with him while he

undergoes treatment.

His father, Siaosi, arrived in

Christchurch on Saturday, but

his mother Lou and his two

brothers and sister are still to

travel here. The money raised

would also go towards his

ongoing medical costs.

After six days, the page had

raised more than $16,200.

Mr Brittenden said he

was “blown away” with the

response.

He said Uto was a real role

model for the youth in Akaroa,

and was loved by all.

Uto moved to Akaroa to

attend the area school for year

11. He stayed with various host

families during his time.

Mr Brittenden said he

worked extremely hard to gain

NCEA levels one, two and

three, so he could go on to get a

job as a building apprentice.

“It was just through bloody

determination, he just put his

head down, he’s a real role

model,” he said.

“He knew that this was his

opportunity to help his family.”

Uto joined the Akaroa

Volunteer Fire Brigade while

he was at school, and in

2014, made the New Zealand

TALENT: Uto

Enosi Tuipulotu

made the

New Zealand

Barbarians

area schools

rugby team

in 2014, and

played for

Lincoln Colts

this year. ​

Barbarians Area Schools rugby

team, which played the Chiefs

under 18 team.

He has also played for the

Canterbury Country and

Ellesmere representative teams,

and was a Lincoln Colts player

this year.

•To donate visit https://

givealittle.co.nz/cause/

help4uto# or you could

donate money at Akaroa

Area School office at 141

Rue Jolie.

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Davies sets sights

on Brexit debacle

• By Tom Doudney

DEPARTING Hagley-

Ferrymead Community Board

member Joe Davies is off to

Brexit-land but will keep in

touch with grass roots politics in

Christchurch for the remainder

of his term.

Mr Davies, 21, will leave for

the United Kingdom in the next

two weeks, where he hopes to

become involved with “radical”

politics in the wake of the country’s

vote to leave the European

Union.

The move will also enable

him to spend more time with

his Swedish girlfriend Lovisa

Limseth.

He will not seek re-election

in October. However, he has

decided not to resign early – in

spite of not being able to attend

the last five board meetings – so

he can keep in touch with what

is happening in the ward for the

remainder of his term.

Mr Davies said he had asked

for a resolution to be passed

at the next community board

meeting allowing him to finish

his term without picking up a

salary.

LOVE AND COUNTRY: Joe

Davies, left, with his Swedish

girlfriend Lovisa Limseth. Mr

Davies will soon return to the

United Kingdom, where he

was born. ​

“I think Brexit has provided

one of the most radical opportunities

for politics in my lifetime

and although I am a Kiwi, my

blood is British.”

Mr Davies reiterated his desire

to become a New Zealand MP in

the future.

“It has been an absolute

honour to serve the people and I

say with absolute certainty that

I will return to New Zealand

when the radical times arrive

here.”

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Convention Centre Precinct

decision met with approval

I WAS very pleased last week

to be able to deliver some

extremely positive news to

Christchurch residents about the

future of the Convention Centre

Precinct.

In a nutshell, months of design

and planning work has put

us in a good position to open

Christchurch’s new Convention

Centre in late 2019.

This news has been met with

widespread approval from local

government and the business

community, all of whom know

how important the conventions

market is for the region, and

New Zealand.

Having successfully completed

the early design and master

planning stages for the precinct,

Otakaro Ltd has released an

indicative design for the Convention

Centre.

As the Crown-owned company

set up to deliver central

city anchor projects on the Government’s

behalf, Otakaro will

now seek contractors to finalise

the design and then construct

the facility.

Ōtākaro Ltd will also work

with parties interested in opportunities

to develop the wider

Precinct, which has considerable

space for accommodation, car

parking and other potential

uses.

Work on the site will begin

immediately, first with rerouting

of telecommunications and

other early enabling works,

and within the next two weeks

preparations will begin for the

Colombo St to Oxford Tce section

of Gloucester St to close by

the end of July.

Engagement with potential

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have a role to play

At the heart of it, the success

and relevance of a community

board can be measured on its

ability to communicate with and

advocate for their community –

that is our purpose.

As I come to the end of my

second term on the Fendalton-

Waimairi Community Board,

the range of issues and events

we are involved in continues to

excite and motivate me.

The small things really do

make a difference when it comes

to improving wellbeing, safety,

and engagement at a community

level.

Some of the highlights of

this term has been delivering

the new Burnside Park

fitness track, progressing

the replacement Bishopdale

Library, addressing car parking

demands at Jellie Park, and

granting funds to the talented

youth of our ward to attend local

and international sporting and

cultural events.

Recently the board has heard

deputations on the intersection

of Gardiners and Harewood Rds

and looked at various short and

long-term solutions to address

the ever increasing traffic on our

roads.

Other deputations have

covered issues such as the

drying up of our rivers and

streams, increasing quarrying

and land use issues, and the

removal of problem trees on

health or safety grounds.

Of course, not all issues

can be solved at a community

board level, but board members

can elevate any issue with

council staff, request additional

information, and work to find

an agreeable outcome.

All of this means one of the

most important attributes of

an effective board member is

the ability to really listen and

communicate with residents,

other board members, city

councillors and city council

staff.

So when you come to complete

your voting papers in October,

take the time to find out more

about the candidates, think

about the issues that matter to

you and your neighbours, and

take a pro-active approach to

deciding who will be your voice

in the community.

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starmedia.kiwi

OVER THE last months I have

been hearing from people all over

Christchurch that there is more

crime in their neighbourhoods

and less local police to be seen on

their streets.

So, when the police statistics

were released last month the

comparison between 2015 and

2016 confirmed what I have been

hearing loud and clear on the

ground.

More cars have been stolen and

more houses have been broken

into. Burglaries jumped from 524

in 2015 to 708 in 2016 – that’s an

increase of 35 per cent.

Across the country the increase

has been just 11 per cent – so

we need to ask why Canterbury

is tracking at our three times

the national rate? This is not a

winning scoreboard in any Cantabarian’s

book! Add to this the

increase in stolen vehicles of 24

per cent and it’s pretty clear that

crime is increasing.

That’s why it’s so disappointing

to see that Canterbury has had

a 21 per cent cut in foot patrols

over the last year. As people are

beginning to spread out again

and the CBD is slowly coming

to life, crime is on the increase. I

would have thought we would be

seeing more police out and about

Crime increasing

not fewer. Especially when other

parts of the country have seen an

increase in foot patrols.

Bobbies on the beat

make a difference – I

have seen first-hand the

success the intensive

neighbourhood policing

in Riccarton has

made. Key to this success

was a local policeman

known to the local

community.

There’s no doubt in

mind that the Canterbury

Police, ably led by

Canterbury District Commander

Superintendent John Price, is doing

all it can to stem this tide. But

there is only so much they can do

with no additional commitment

from Government to support

their efforts.

There was some money for

police in the 2016 Budget but it

does not mean extra boots on

the ground. The new money is

earmarked for deserved pay increases

but does not mean more

crime-fighters out on our streets

catching criminals.

Greg O’Conner, president

of the Police Association,

noted at budget

time that Operational

Commanders will be

disappointed that there

will be no significant

new operational funding

to enable them to

deliver essential policing

services.

What is needed is a

proper commitment to Canterbury

and not the business as

usual mind-set of the National

Government. Just as with health,

EQC, housing, transport and

education, policing needs to be

seen in the context of the last five

and a half years in Canterbury.

Megan Woods is Labour’s

Canterbury spokeswoman


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Contaminated

properties

list out soon

THE OWNERS of more than 3000

Selwyn properties will soon find

out that their land has been listed as

potentially contaminated.

A two-year programme, carried

out by Environment Canterbury

on behalf of the Selwyn District

Council, has resulted in the identification

of 1837 new potentially

contaminated sites, split between

3152 parcels of land.

The news has raised concerns

that land owners’ property values

could be negatively affected by the

information, which will be made

publicly available on an online

database.

However, ECan scientist Davina

McNickel said people had a right

to know what their land had been

used for in the past.

“Being on the list means people

will know whether they should

graze the land, or perhaps fence it

off from stock,” she said.

“It also means people will

understand the implications of

any proposed development or

subdivision of the land and whether

they need to test the land first.”

The sites, which belong to 1783

different owners, will be added

to the Hazardous Activities and

Industries List.

Neighbours take on oil giant

• By Andrew King

RESIDENTS ARE standing

up to one of the biggest petrol

companies in the world as it

tries to expand its Edgeware

site.

BP Oil New Zealand owns BP

Edgeware and has applied for a

resource consent to expand its

site at the corner of Edgeware

Rd and Cranford St, adding another

four pumps and 22 more

car parks.

To do so, it has bought two

properties north of the site to

expand into.

But residents on Cornwall St

are fuming at the proposal, saying

they weren’t consulted and it

will ruin the area.

One of opponents, Rob Hull,

said it was not what the area

needed and what the Edgeware

Village Master Plan set out to

achieve.

“Our main concern is that

it is completely counter to the

district plan and what was

envisaged for the future of the

Edgeware village,” he said.

The master plan aims to

restore the area as a thriving

shopping centre and community

hub.

Another nearby resident,

Monique Posthuma, said all

FUMING: Residents are opposed to the expansion of BP Edgeware, saying it will ruin the

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they can do to battle a “big

commercial corporate entity”

was to “jump up and down”.

“Our biggest concern is it is

going into a residential area.

It’s going away from the plan.

What can we do?” she said.

BP Oil communications and

external affairs manager Shelley

Brady said the demand for service

in the area had increased.

She said improvements needed

to be made to keep up with

that demand and make sure

congestion does not become a

common problem.

“We have been following the

council approval process and

it’s ultimately their decision as

to what will and won’t be approved,”

she said.

City council head of resource

consents John Higgins said the

Edgeware master plan does not

cover the site where the expansion

is proposed.

“It’s important to note that

a master plan does not have

the same relevance when making

notification decisions,” he

said.

“This is because the notification

decision focuses on adverse

effects, rather than the broader

planning assessment that is

required when a decision is

being made whether to grant

the application resource consent.”

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Hillmorton High School

Much on the agenda mid

way through the year

The Star

Planting for the future

As we reach the middle of

the school year it is a time for

reflection.

I am pleased to see

the vast majority of

students arriving at

school on time and

getting to classes on

time throughout the

day. The atmosphere in

classrooms is positive

with both students and

teachers working hard.

Our teachers have

continued to take

the many learning

opportunities offered to

them as they work to

transform the learning

Ann

Brokenshire

for students using digital devices.

It is great to see teachers as well as

students excited through learning.

Learning has taken place in an

array of venues including the

city itself, Victoria Park, Halswell

Quarry, Arthur’s

Pass National Park,

Banks Peninsula, in

various businesses,

in universities and

Ara Institute, and of

course, here on our

school campus. We

are indeed fortunate

to live in Christchurch

with such an array of

learning opportunities

within close proximity.

We are also busy

writing our Education

Brief which will be a

foundation document

for the modernisation of our

buildings. Once completed we

then work with our architects to

complete a “master plan” for the

Year 6 students

enjoyed a

morning visit

to Hillmorton

where they had

the opportunity

to experience

a taste of what

life is like in the

Year 7 and 8

programmes.

Time spent in Base Camp was followed by

trying some activities that are part of the

Explore programme.

The students enjoyed their time making their own

pizza lunch, making icecream and working in teams to

build billy carts that they then raced with great gusto!

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school which looks well into the

future.

The recent Board of Trustees

election brings us a new Board

with two previous members having

been re-elected along with three

new parent representatives and

a change of staff representative.

Having a strong Board which is

willing and able to critique and

review policy will see the school

continuing to look forward with

positivity.

The future is bright as we all work

together to ensure our students

leave school being open-minded,

self-aware, civically minded

and successful, confident and

optimistic.

Ann Brokenshire

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Year 6 pupils enjoy visit to Hillmorton

Activities impress crowd on Open Night

A large crowd

of parents and

prospective students

took the opportunity

recently to attend our

Open Night and really

see what Hillmorton

is about! They

couldn’t help but be

impressed!

Many myths

surround schools

and misinformation

abounds, so we

always encourage

people to come and

see for themselves,

all that Hillmorton has to offer.

Large numbers of people were taken on tours

by students with many commenting on the

friendly atmosphere and really positive aspects

such as school size and opportunities, the small

class sizes and support available for those with

learning needs.

As always, we also encourage people to avail

themselves of the invitation to come and visit at

any time!

If you wish to visit any school day, please make

a time with the Principal’s Executive Assistant or

call the School Office.

Year 9 students recently took time

out of their in-class programmes

to spend a day learning at Halswell

Quarry.

To coincide with Matariki and

Arbor Day, students were involved

in assisting with the planting

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planting a range of natives in the

conservation area.

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place in this context – learning

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and its significance to the area,

undertaking the crater rim walk and

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of the flora of the area.

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some photography and creative

Congratulations to Perez

Tariu, who came first in the

Seniors’ Samoan Speech

competition at the recent

SPAC PAC Polyfest Speech

Competition.

Congratulations also to Siline

Tivalu who was placed first

in the Year 9 and 10 Samoan

Speech Competition at the

same event, which was held

at Papanui High School.

Languages represented at

the contest include Fijian,

Cook Islands, Tongan,

Samoan and English.

Perez and Siline will now

travel to Auckland for the

national competition at the

beginning of August.

writing as part of Art and English

programmes. The Middle School,

Years 7 to 10, continues to

develop a range of cross-curricular

activities as they seek to provide

engaging learning programmes for

these students.

Students come first in

Samoan speech contests

Top speech makers: Perez Tariu, left,

and Siline Tivalu.


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WINNER: Central Heating New Zealand managing

director Lyall Smith with The Star Home and Leisure

Show prizewinner Kate Shaw. Mrs Shaw won a new

central heating system for her home in West Melton.

PHOTOS: GEOFF SLOAN

Timely win at Home and Leisure Show

WEST MELTON resident

Kate Shaw will no longer

need to worry about keeping

the chill out of her home this

winter.

Last weekend, Mrs Shaw

walked out of the The Star Home

and Leisure Show with the

winning ticket for a new central

heating system for her home.

“I’m very excited . . . this is

the first sort of prize I have ever

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The system, designed to radiate

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More than 100 exhibitors

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Star Media event manager

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Hacking and

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• By Gabrielle Stuart

HANDING over Government data

to hackers is not normal policy

– but that is exactly what the city

council plans to do when it hosts a

“hackathon” this month.

GovHack NZ brings together “civic

hacker” coders, developers and

entrepreneurs to work together over

a weekend, but rather than breaking

into systems they use Government

and council data to innovate and

improve them.

It started in Australia, and events

have been held in the North Island,

but this year will be the first held

in Christchurch. Winning apps last

year included iHelp, which works to

help people connect and get information

and help they need after a

disaster. The team from Wellington

won a $4000 prize for their app.

City council IT service manager

Dana Burnett said people could

enter the challenge even if they did

not have technical skills.

The hackathon will be held on

July 29-31 at the city council,

Hereford St. Entry is free but

registration is essential. Information

can be found at www.

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ur People

Laying down the challenge to create

Christchurch-raised

film-maker Tearepa

Kahi directed the 2013

hit Mt Zion starring

singer Stan Walker. His

documentary

Poi E: The Story of Our

Song debuts at the

NZ International Film

Festival this month

Poi E was the first Maori

language song to make it to No

1 in the charts. Why did pakeha

New Zealand adopt this song as

their own?

Whether you spoke Maori or

not, you could love this song

because the tune’s so catchy

and the beat’s so infectious.

Dalvanius called it “hobnail

boots music”. It has that party

strum that speaks to working

rural New Zealand and those

space invader sounds which

spoke to urban kids. He

orchestrated it to reflect the

DNA of the people and the time.

You can try to dissect it but it’s

really alchemy.

Does your documentary show

a “warts-and-all” version of

MOTIVATED:

Tearepa Kahi’s

first film Mt Zion

was slightly

autobiographical.

Dalvanius Prime?

More a “full colour, high

definition” version. Dalvanius

was a juggernaut – compromise

didn’t exist in his vocabulary. But

he was also a chess grand master

– he always had another play. He

knew white radio wasn’t going

to play Poi E, so what does he

do? He takes his hat off, goes up

the main street of Patea and asks

Quality hardwood flooring

made from local eucalypts

everybody for a $100 donation to

record the video.

When he couldn’t get it

screened he went to Derek Fox

at Te Karere News, who made

the music video their whole

three-minute bulletin. He saw

everything with so much clarity.

To have a vision that no one else

can see and take others along

with you – that’s what great

people do.

Why did he have so many

chihuahuas?

He had about 10 at one time

and this was before lap dogs were

fashionable. This dude was not

copying anyone – he came fully

formed. As a seven-year-old, he

was rounding up all the loose

pets in Patea and staging circus

performances as their grand MC.

He’d have chickens squawking,

a three-legged dog running

through a wall of fire. He had big

imagination and talent but also

huge commitment and discipline

– a winning combination.

You went to Patea to meet the

people who knew him. Did you

have any surprises?

What hit me is how present

he still is there today – in spite

of his death in 2002 he’s still

shoulder to shoulder with that

community.

Family and friends gave you

access to previously unseen

footage. What was your

favourite find?

The crown jewel of the film

is the original tape cassette

recording of Dalvanius and Ngoi

Pewhairangi singing Poi E for the

first time in a jam session at her

kitchen table at Tokomaru Bay in

1982. His cousin had the cassette

hiding in a sock drawer for 32

years. Hearing those voices

from the past is eerie. Ngoi had

written the lyrics but the paint

is still wet on the song and you

can hear them consolidating it

together. He picks up his ukulele

and goes, “How does that shift

happen again?” and they let it rip

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another Maori music No 1

Why did Dalvanius ask Ngoi

Pewhairangi to write Poi E for

him?

She’d written Prince Tui

Teka’s hit E Ipo which Dalvanius

produced. Realising Maori

language could get airplay was a

light bulb moment for him. The

record company had allowed it

because it had that big stanza in

English; “My darling Missy, you

are always on my mind . . .” So he

visited Ngoi in Tokomaru Bay to

ask for a song to perform at the

Patea kapa haka festival. Both

towns – East Coast and West

Coast – had lost their freezing

works. When he saw how tall his

whanau became when they performed

that song and the crowd’s

response, he realised he could

do something more with it. The

fact a waiata could be the genesis

for social change is so powerful.

I think because the path was so

organic and real it allowed for

wider change to take place.

How far have we come since

Poi E?

One of the bittersweet aspects

of this story is that we haven’t

had another Maori language

song reach No 1. The challenge

has been laid down for this generation.

We need to remember

that MPs make legislation but it’s

artists who create change.

The film premiered during

Matariki – the Maori New Year.

Was that planned?

I wanted it to come out on

Waitangi Day but it would’ve

been a very different story

because Chris Bourke sent

me a two-hour interview he’d

done with Dalvanius that really

changed the game. I also used

two interviews Dalvanius did

with Henare Te Ua as a young

FUN

FAMILY

FITNESS

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Dalvanius

Prime saw

everything with

so much clarity.

man in 1983 and in 1987 after

he’s masterminded a world tour.

It’s fitting the film comes out

during Matariki – a time for

remembering people who’ve

passed and celebrating their contribution.

Because it has taken

several years to make, sadly

some people instrumental to the

production have passed away including

Dalvanius’ eldest brother

and my own mentor Eruera Nia.

When did you learn Te Reo?

I grew up in Christchurch

where there were limited opportunities

to speak Te Reo. Dad

was a musician in Billy TK’s

band. We spent a lot of time on

the road and twice a year we’d

drive up to Pukekohe to see

whanau. Nana always told the

best jokes in Maori. She’d really

come alive when she was cracking

jokes with her cousins. She

was a big influence.

Your first feature film Mt

Zion was set in your Nana’s

house in Pukekohe. How much

of you is in that story?

There’s a lot of my father and

cousins but what motivates the

main character, Turei, is definitely

my story. That question of,

“How far would I go to pursue

my dream?” I got Jim Moriarty’s

phone number and rang him so

many times to beg him to let me

into his theatre company. I was

18 when I got in and spent two

years on the road performing at

high schools, marae and prisons

around the country including

three months inside Paparoa

and Arohata Women’s Prisons

helping “lifers” devise plays and

songs to perform at the Christchurch

Arts Festival. Celia Lashlie

was the prison warden who

made it happen.

It’s time

Why did you decide to try

directing?

As a male Maori actor, I found

myself typecast in this role of

leather-wearing guy with a beer

in one hand. Then Don Selwyn

came along with The Maori Merchant

of Venice. To be in a Maori

language film was culturally

electric. A lot of relationships

were forged – my wife Reikura

and I played the leads. So our

next project was a Maori Romeo

and Juliet.

What was your greatest

challenge in making the Poi E

documentary?

Allowing Dalvanius’ voice to

tell the story instead of my own;

allowing the past and present

to sing together on the same

page and getting all the various

formats to mesh while allowing

them to exist within their own

time signature. It’s a big responsibility

to be honest. Fortunately

his sister Barletta’s first words after

watching the film were “Yup,

that’s our story”. I felt grateful

and humbled.

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Landlords could face tax

Abortion rates

• By Shelley Robinson

LANDLORDS OF derelict sites,

which fall into disrepair after

becoming makeshift shelters for

the homeless, could be targeted

with a new tax.

At last week’s Development

Forum, it recommended that city

council staff should investigate

a derelict site tax, after city

councillor Jamie Gough said it was

time it had tools at its disposal to

force landlords to clean up their

acts.

It comes after the city council

was left “relatively powerless” to

deal with the Hotel All Seasons

in Merivale last year, said Cr

Gough.

Squatters had moved into

the building, which is owned

by Pandey Hotel Corporation,

causing it to become both a

health hazard and a danger to the

homeless frequenting it, he said.

There was so little we could do

– we could write them (the landlords)

a letter. We don’t have much

in the tool kit,” he said.

Since controversy surrounding

the site, Cr Gough said Pandey

hired a gardener and a caretaker.

Other examples were Antonio

Hall on Riccarton Rd and the

former saleyards, he said.

Cr Gough said a derelict site

IN DISREPAIR: Antonio Hall on Riccarton Rd, is one example that

could incur a derelict site tax, or a helping hand from the city

council if a initiative by Cr Jamie Gough gets the go ahead.

policy could also have “incentives,”

which could include rates remissions

for bringing buildings up to

an acceptable standard.

“It is fair we bring out the

stick to landlords who have their

property in a derelict state. But

we also need to try and remove

the barriers for people not taking

action,” he said.

The idea, still in its infancy,

could see the proceeds of the tax

given to those who predominately

inhabit abandoned buildings in

the city – the homeless.

Another option is for the money

to be used to beautify empty sites,

said Cr Gough.

up in over 30s

• By Siobhan Watson

MORE WOMEN over 30

may be having abortions in

Canterbury because they do

not qualify for subsidised

contraceptives.

Statistics New Zealand published

a table showing abortions

for women aged 30 to 40

years and over has increased

7.3 per cent from 2014 to 2015.

Christchurch Family

Planning national medical

adviser Dr Christine Roke

said one of the reasons why

this may be happening is

because women over 30 do

not have opportunities for the

subsidies that women under

30 receive.

She said that long-acting

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expensive than the pill or

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women over 30 may not be

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‘’If you go to a GP and your

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other forms of contraceptives,

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than women under 30

is because of abnormalities in

the fetus.

‘’A small proportion of

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and deformities

in babies and these issues

are more common in older

people.

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statistics,” Dr Roke said.

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an increase in Christchurch’s

population which may also

inflate statistics.

She said although there had

been an increase in abortions

for those aged over 30, there

had also been a decrease in

abortions overall.

The overall abortion rate

has fallen by 38 per cent since

2008.

‘’I think it’s great the abortion

ratio is going down,

considering the fact the

Christchurch population has

gotten bigger.’’

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Countdown to Rio

Dickson chases golden dream

The Rio de Janeiro Olympics begin in five weeks

time. Sports reporter Gordon Findlater counts down

to Rio, highlighting some of Canterbury’s brightest

talents. This week, we look at sevens player Sam

Dickson and his miraculous return from injury.

LESS THAN three month’s ago

Sam Dickson lay in the middle

of the field in agony at the Hong

Kong sevens tournament.

His teammates were celebrating

a last minute game winning

try against Kenya. But Dickson

was contemplating how bad the

knee injury he had just sustained

could be.

“First of all, I thought it was

just my MCL which is usually

about eight weeks out. Then I

went and had an MRI and found

out the next day the anterior

cruciate ligament) was ruptured

which wasn’t great news. To be

honest, I thought Rio was completely

out of the picture.”

A ruptured ACL would in

almost any circumstance mean

surgery and at least six months

out of the game.

The lure of the Olympic Games

was enough for the 26-year-old

to take a risk and go the non-traditional

method of attempting to

recover from the injury without

surgery. A decision that would

keep his Rio dream alive.

The odds were not in Dickson’s

favour. However, his knee recovered

to the point where he could

take part in the sevens trial camp

three weeks ago.

“I hadn’t done much field stuff

by then. To be honest, I didn’t

have a lot of confidence going

into that, but I managed to get

through it and I was pretty

happy with the way i went.”

With his knee holding up to

the test, Dickson accomplished

the goal that just a few month

ago he would have seen as a long

shot. Being named in the sevens

squad for the Rio Olympics.

Sevens didn’t enter Dickson’s

mind until 2012, spending 17

years coming through the grades

as an emerging flanker.

Dickson’s rugby career began

as a five-year-old playing midget

rugby for West Melton. He would

play through the grades for the

club, even playing afternoon

games in the country competition

after playing for his secondary

school team, St Thomas, in

the morning.

After going on to play first

XV rugby in his final year at

St Thomas, Dickson spent two

years playing for Marist Albion

colts before rejoining his boyhood

club, West Melton. He

would go on to captain the side

as well as lead the Ellesmere and

Canterbury Country representative

teams.

He made the Canterbury NPC

wider-training squad in 2012.

But the catalogue of talented

loose forwards in the Canterbury

ranks meant opportunities were

limited with the likes of Nasi

Manu, George Whitelock, Luke

Whitelock, Matt Todd, Kieran

Read, Richie McCaw and Jordan

Taufua among the ranks.

Sir Gordon Tietjens was looking

for a new crop of players to

bring into his sevens squad in

2012.

Former Canterbury NPC

coach Tabai Matson recognised

something in Dickson that he

believed could translate to the

seven-man game and had the

flanker attend a sevens training

camp.

After impressing at the camp,

Dickson was selected to play in

the 2012 Safari sevens tournament

in Kenya. It was the first

sevens tournament he had played

in, having never previously

played at secondary school or

provincial level.

“It was a bit of a shock to the

system really. The altitude in

Kenya was pretty high, plus we

GOING FOR GOLD: Sam Dickson has recovered from a serious

injury and is now gearing up for the Rio Olympics, where he

hopes to win gold with the New Zealand Sevens squad. ​

played six games in one day.”

Tietjens was impressed with

the debut and selected Dickson

in the sevens squad for the upcoming

Gold Coast tournament.

Tweaking a hamstring a day out

from the tournament, though,

meant he was forced to wait for

his New Zealand debut.

Just a month later, he had his

opportunity in Dubai. Dickson

was contracted for the remainder

of the season and claimed his

first IRB sevens title in December

2012 in South Africa. He

would go on to win that year’s

IRB Sevens World Series with

New Zealand.

Dickson’s career could have

taken a very different path at one

stage.

In 2010, he was asked by a

friend to play a game of AFL

(Australian Rules) in Christchurch

“I played a few games, learned

the rules and just got better and

better. All of a sudden i was playing

for New Zealand and went to

the International Cup in 2011.”

Following his performances

for New Zealand in Australia,

Dickson was scouted by Australian

club side St Kilda. But at 22,

he was seen as being slightly too

old to mould into a professional.

With his path now well and

truly heading towards Rio, Dickson

is confident having another

four weeks to get back to full

fitness.

If New Zealand is able to win

gold at the sevens, the victory

will surely taste even sweeter for

Dickson who, at the moment, is

feeling healthy, lucky and ready

to play.

Rio’s six-day sevens tournament

begins on August 6.

New Zealand Sevens Rio

Olympics squad:

Scott Curry (C), Sam Dickson,

DJ Forbes, Akira Ioane,

Reiko Ioane, Gillies Kaka, Tim

Mikkelson, Augustine Pulu,

Teddy Stanaway, Regan

Ware, Joe Webber, Sonny

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Taste

The love of food involves science

Ever wondered who is

cooking your food when

you go out to a cafe or

restaurant? The Star

continues its series talking

with chefs.

Mamacita’s owner and

head chef – Jess Lynch

• By Gabrielle Stuart

JESS LYNCH had a molecular

biology degree and was on her

way to becoming a doctor when

she threw it all in to pursue her

love of food.

She had finished her pre-med

training, had been accepted into

medical school and was a couple

of weeks away from starting when

she reached crisis-point.

“I thought what am I doing? I

don’t want to spend millions of

years studying to get to a medical

field where there are all sorts

of issues – because in the United

States it’s very complicated but

you end up essentially working

for insurance companies. So I

decided to take a break and went

back to what I always loved,

which was cooking.”

She now runs a popular food

truck, Mamacita’s, which is often

set up in Cathedral Square, and is

negotiating contracts for her own

Mexican restaurant, which she

plans to open later this year.

She grew up in the kitchen in

Southern California, learning

techniques from her Mexican

grandmother, her Italian father

and her mother who was amazing

at everything, she said: “Everything

she cooks turns out perfect”.

Working as a chef had paid the

bills while she studied, but cheffing

also gave an interesting angle

to the things she was learning.

The molecular biology of science

and food go together really

well. My love of food came first

and science came afterward, so

it was really interesting to apply

those ideas to my cooking.”

She originally worked as a

pastry chef, creating wedding

cakes and “hoity-toity” desserts,

but found herself branching into

other things.

But she said her partner was

facing a round of lay-offs at his

job. He had been to New Zealand

before and loved it, so he asked

her what she thought about moving.

The States was looking pretty

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They both found work in

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a younger vibe and life to the city

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She said California-style Mexican

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food. To create it she had to specially

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Her secret ingredient was her

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“It comes back to the science of

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Often people won’t know I’ve

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But some of her projects had

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Theatre/Arts

Kate Sheppard

loud and proud

That Bloody Woman by Luke

Di Somma and Gregory Cooper,

directed by Kip Chapman. The

Court Theatre until 30 July.

Reviewed by Patricia Murchison

YES IT’S loud, but it’s a wonderful,

homegrown rock opera about

Christchurch heroine Kate Sheppard.

Esther Stevens was terrific as Kate.

Her entrance was magical after a

very funny introduction from Amy

Straker and Phoebe Hurst as her

women side kicks. The opening night

audience gasped at the contrast.

Geoffrey Dolan who played Prime

Minister Richard Seddon was a perfect

foil for Kate and her followers.

He was large, devious and determined

women were not going to be

involved in his Parliament.

History shows that the sheer

number of women who signed Kate’s

petition swayed Parliament. There

were quieter moments where Kate’s

private life was spoken/sung about.

Andy Manning led the fantastic

musicians who were such an integral

part of the show.

At the finish, everyone rose and

clapped and cheered for a good 10

minutes.

I’d recommend this loud and happy

affirmation of a life to everyone

except those with sensitive hearing.

Dancer returns home

• By Georgia O’Connor-

busy practicing with a local

Harding

chorus and the Christchurch

Symphony Orchestra.

THE ARRIVAL of Italian

Wikiriwhi said that while the

opera La traviata has brought

main cast members perform in

an established dancer,

every show, the chorus is local.

choreographer and actor back to

Up until he had the opportunity

to work on La traviata,

his home city.

Jesse Wikiriwhi (left) has

Wikiriwhi said he had never

travelled back to

watched an opera.

Christchurch with

“I remember our first full

New Zealand Opera

run. We did it with the whole

to stage renowned

ensemble and I was in tears for

Italian composer Giuseppe

Verdi’s most

the whole second half of the

show – it is tragic,” he said.

famous work.

Wikiriwhi left

He said those not familiar

the city 14 years ago to train

with the opera may recognise

as a full-time dancer at Unitec

the music after it was used in

School of Performing and

the film Pretty Woman.

Screen Arts in Auckland.

Wikiriwhi said that while

“I wanted to get out of the city

operas can be polarising, La

and see the country so I left everything

behind . . . and crossed

traviata is a love story that

people can relate to by watching

my fingers everything will work

the emotion portrayed by the

out,” he said.

performers.

The big move paid off as

La traviata tells the story of

Wikiriwhi went on to dance

Violetta Valery who is forced to

HEARTBREAKING TALE: The love story of La traviata will be

full-time at the Footnote New

abandon her true love, Alfredo

staged at the Isaac Theatre Royal next week.

Zealand Dance company, work

Germont, to save his family

for the World of Wearable Art

from ruin. The show will be

Awards in Wellington and play on TV3’s The Cafe while rubbing

shoulders with its present-

city as an associate director and Royal from July 14-23.

Wikiriwhi is returning to the playing at the Isaac Theatre

The Creeper in TV2’s production

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by Margaret Mahy

by Michelanne Forster

• By Tom Doudney

SEVERAL OF the

country’s top comedians

are set to perform at the

Lincoln Event Centre in

October.

The Live in Lincoln

event will feature Jeremy

Corbett, host of TV3’s

Seven Days, along with Ben

Hurley, Justine Smith and

Tom Furniss.

Lincoln resident and

promoter David Parlane

organised the show – the

first of several events he

hopes to bring to the town.

Mr Parlane said he had

known Corbett when they

were both working in radio

in Palmerston North in the

1980s.

“He was my first port

of call to be honest, so I

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‘hey, how about we do

something like this comedy

night?’” he said.

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probably a week and a half,

we had got four of the best

comedians in New Zealand

coming to Lincoln.”

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October.

Top comedians for show

Mr Parlane said there

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activities and events in

Lincoln.

“So this is basically the

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IT DOESN’T seem all that long

ago that my brother and I used

to park ourselves in front of the

TV early on a Saturday morning

to enjoy Fraggle Rock, Fat

Albert and our favourite locally

produced TV show, What Now.

I loved the presenters, the skits

and only ever dreamed of how

cool it would be to be part of such

a show.

So it was a no-brainer when

the opportunity arose to take my

own girls to be part of the audience

fun.

We rallied some school friends

to join us and my eldest was

lucky enough to be asked to

participate in a game (alongside

Hats off to the What Now crew

two other children) called ‘Use

Ya Head’.

The three of them had to

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Not an easy task for a 6-year

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She absolutely loved it (me, not so

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The rest of the morning was

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Huge hats off to the What

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This was such a fantastic experience

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Travel

Star-studded tour of Tinsel Town

• By Mike Yardley

HOLLYWOOD DRIPS with

international glamour.

But how can you break through

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On my most recent visit, I set

myself the mission of staking

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All roads lead to the Hollywood

Strip, or “the boulevard of broken

dreams”, as my Red Line walking

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call it.

Red Line’s Behind the Scenes

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and spiriting you into many

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After admiring some of the

legendary names lining Hollywood

Boulevard’s Walk of Fame,

Michael ushered us in what I

think is the most unsung vestige

of Hollywood glam: the Egyptian

Theatre.

Extensively restored and earthquake

re-strengthened in recent

years, this picture palace was the

birthplace of the movie premiere

and the movie star.

Built by Sid Grauman in 1922,

he used search lights for a premiere

and it was where red carpet

was first rolled out all the way to

the street.

Egyptian music and incense

wafted through the courtyard,

adding to the Egyptian motif,

which was all the rage, given the

epic excavations and discovery of

King Tut’s tomb.

Inside the theatre, I admired

the two Egyptian dog statues, gifted

by 20th Century Fox, which

featured in Cleopatra, starring

Elizabeth Taylor. The Red Line

Tour is a great way to get inside

this heritage-studded shrine.

Five years later, Sid Grauman

launched another lavish movie

palace, the Chinese Theatre,

which continues to host more

world premieres than any other

theatre on the planet.

I’ve often wondered how the celebrity

hand, and footprints, immortalised

in the forecourt, first

came about. Red Line’s Michael

had the good oil.

Sid Grauman created the first

footprints by mistake – stepping

into wet concrete as his theatre

was being constructed.

The foreman remarked: “Those

footprints are going to be there

forever,” and the rest is history.

Pop into the Hollywood Museum,

housed in the 1930s Max

Factor building, where so many

screen legends were transformed

in the famous make-up rooms.

Lucille Ball, Rita Hayworth, Judy

Garland and Elizabeth Taylor

were all primped and styled here

– as was Marilyn Monroe. It was

here that the brunette became the

blonde bombshell.

Pop into the landmark Hollywood

Roosevelt Hotel, which

is where Shirley Temple learnt

to tap dance and where Marilyn

Monroe’s first magazine shoot

took place, shot by the Tropicana

pool.

That location is now a top celeb

hideaway that you can gain access

too. A true Hollywood oasis, the

poolside Tropicana Café & Bar is

a seductive all-day retreat.

Enjoy a late breakfast or cheeky

cocktail here. A star-studded

haunt for close celebrity encounters

– and the permanent presence

of paparazzi, is The Ivy in

Robertson Boulevard.

It’s a great spot for breakfast or

lunch: order up the cheap and

cheerful homemade buttermilk

pancakes and fresh ginger tea.

If you notice swarms of tourists

photographing the fast food joint,

El Pollo Loco, on the corner of

Serrano Ave and Sunset Boulevard,

the reason is this is where

a struggling young actor named

Brad Pitt, would beckon customers

into the store, dressed up as a

chicken on the roadside. Nearby,

on the Sunset Strip, pop into the

auction house, Bonhams.

They stage regular auctions and

the loot inside this place rivals

a museum. It is the number one

clearing house for second-hand

celebrity goods.

I had a major star moment, in

the elevator of my hotel, The Redbury.

Cyndi Lauper swept into

the lift with her entourage, chatty,

charming and looking half of

her 62 years of age. The Redbury,

a boutique all-suites hotel, sits

across the road from the iconic

Capitol Records building.

Glamorous, colourful and spacious,

the 57 guest suites come

complete with record players and

vinyl collections. I played Duke

Ellington on repeat.

The quirky and eye-catching art

pieces, sprinkled throughout the

property are pure escapism.

I loved the hip Middle Easterninspired

Cleo restaurant and

the indoor-outdoor library for

handcrafted cocktails. Plus there’s

a complimentary BMW house car

available for pick-up or drop-off

within three miles.

Accommodation rates are not

eye-watering – and you never

know who you’ll bump into.

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GLAM: Above left – The

Egyptian Theatre. You never

know who you will bump into

in the lobby of the Redbury

Hotel (left). Each room comes

complete with record players

and vinyl.

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HIGH SCHOOL ENROLMENTS

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New Christchurch schools

to offer students more

Avonside Girls’ and shirley Boys’ will

be the first single sex secondary schools in

new Zealand’s history to share a campus

– an arrangement their principals say will

enable the schools to offer their students

new opportunities.

The schools are to be built on part of

Qeii Park, next to the Christchurch City

Council’s eastern recreation and sport

Centre.

Avonside Girls’ High school Principal

sue Hume says the campus will be brand

new and state of the art.

“each school will have its own teaching

spaces and students will spend most of

their day in a single sex environment.

That’s important to us. research shows

that single sex education benefits both girls

and boys…boys do better academically

and girls participate more. That’s because

they have space to learn and focus away

from the opposite gender,” says sue Hume.

John laurenson says the new campus is

a step forward.

“Because we are going to work together,

we’ll be able to offer more. For example,

we’ll be sharing some facilities, including

a performing arts auditorium, theatre

and cultural space, which enables us to

build bigger and better assets,” says John

laurenson.

Another benefit is that the students

will be able to interact with and learn

alongside peers from their partner school.

“students from both schools will share

buses to and from the campus, they’ll all

be able to use the café, our new library

and learning centre and our other shared

facilities. This means that not only will

they have all the benefits of a single sex

education, they’ll have social opportunities

not available at other single sex schools,”

says sue Hume.

The Ministry of education is currently

working on how the new schools will

be zoned but the schools are focusing

on catering to residents who live east of

Colombo street.

“Because we will be servicing a wide

area, we will be establishing a network of

buses to service the campus,” says John

laurenson.

Best of all, sue Hume says the new

campus will open in 2019 so is not too far

away.

“in fact many of our current students

will be making the journey to the new

campus with us and those who join our

schools in the next two years will spend

their senior years there. it’s been a long

and sometimes hard road to get to the

new campus, but we are confident we’re on

track to create something even better than

what we had before the earthquakes.”

John Laurenson and Sue Hume

Year 9 students at work in Ngatahi

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SCHOOL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS

Become a sleuth and

solve a whodunnit!

Mystery NIGht at the Museum takes

place in the July school holidays and

promises a fun time for young detectives

visiting Canterbury Museum during the

four nights of July 12, 14, 19 and 21.

A crime scene in the foyer reveals the

‘Waitaha diamond’ has been stolen.

Following the theme of a ‘whodunnit’

the Museum team have created clues

throughout the galleries leading families

on a journey of discovery as they

eliminate suspects and narrow down their

search for the diamond thief.

The opportunity to win prizes for

themed costumes and for solving the

‘whodunnit’ are a big drawcard.

Children (aged 14 and under) are

invited to take a photo of themselves

dressed as a sleuth, detective or villain

while they are at the Museum, and to post

it on Canterbury Museum’s Facebook

page to be in to win a prize.

The free KidsFest events begin on

‘AMAzING dIsPlAy of planes’, ‘Worth a

trip!’, ‘What a great day to remember’, these

are some recent visitor comments at the Air

Force Museum of New zealand. With free

admission, loads of kid friendly activities,

a large car park and great café, the school

holidays will be an excellent time to check it

out for yourself.

As part of Kids Fest the Museum has

three age specific scavenger hunts on offer.

This year the theme for these activities is

UFos and Aliens. The royal New zealand

Air Force has been receiving reports of UFo

sightings since 1952, now the Museum is

offering kids the opportunity to come and

join the hunt for them. older kids can have

a go at translating an alien message. each of

the $6 scavenger hunts receives a prize when

completed.

tuesday 12 July and continue on

Thursday 14, tuesday 19 and finishes

on Thursday 21 July from 5.30 pm to

8 pm. entry is free, but donations are

appreciated. Visitors are asked to bring

a torch. The Museum store and Cafe will

be open for a late night snack. Under 14

year olds must be supervised by an adult.

details of the competition are on

the Museum website

www.canterburymuseum.com

Wings and things

This year the Museum is also running a

free kids UFo art competition. Collect a

starter pack from the Museum’s Welcome

desk. take it home, follow the instructions

and then enter either online or by bringing

your UFo back to the Museum for display.

There are $200 worth of prizes up for grabs.

Kids and adults can also check out

the Mosquito Mission flight simulator,

which has recently been upgraded with

high definition graphics and a totally new

mission to save the prisoners of Amiens.

Plus it’s not too late to book the kids on

the Museums holiday programme titled

‘Under the Wire’. running from 8 till 3 daily.

Check out www.airforcemuseum.co.nz

for details.

Dolls and teddies

dressed up for the show

Pretty dolls and cuddly teddy bears will

be displayed in all their finery at the annual

National doll & teddy Bear Club show being

held at st Andrew’s College on saturday, July

16 and sunday, July 17.

The two-day event follows the official

judging of the dolls and teddies, which takes

place on Friday, July 16, and will see all entries,

including winners and place-getters with their

ribbons and rosettes, on display to the public.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to

judge a competition for themselves. For this

one, dolls and teddies will be dressed on the

theme, ‘The Movies’, and the public will vote

for the winner.

Also included in the event will be a display

by the Canterbury embroiderers Guild

Incorporated, a demonstration of porcelain

doll making, and free bookmark making for

the children.

There will also be about 20 sales tables, with

a wide variety of items on offer, including

antique dolls and teddy bears, craftwork, laces

and fabrics – plenty to inspire more creativity.

tea and coffee will also be available.

A committee from the Christchurch doll

& teddy Bear Club has been organising the

show since 2007, and it is the only bear and

doll show in the south Island.

entry is $5 for adults, $3 for children under

12 and free for under-fives. Family passes for

two adults and two children are $13. All net

proceeds will go to breast cancer research.

The show is open from 10am-4pm

both days.

Mystery Night at the Museum

WHOdunnit? 5.30pm – 8.00pm 12, 14, 19 & 21 July

FREE

HOLIDAY EVENTS!

Bring a torch and your detective skills to the Museum! – there are prizes to be won!

Children 14 years and under require a caregiver. See website for details.

Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch

Free event; donations appreciated

www.canterburymuseum.com

National

Bear

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Saturday 16th &

Sunday 17th July 2016

St Andrews College,

Cnr Papanui & Normans

Road, Christchurch

Times: 10am-4pm

Adults $5.00

Children (under 12) $3.00

Children (under 5) FREE

Family (2 A + 2 C) $13.00

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RECENT DISAPPEAR

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The Star

Puzzles

THE

CROSSWORD

1627

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

8

9

10 11

12

13 14 15

16

17 18 19

20 21

22

DECODER

Each number

represents a different

letter of the alphabet.

Write the given letters

into all squares with

matching numbers.

Now work out which

letters are represented

by the other numbers.

As you get the letters,

write them into

the main grid and

the reference grid.

Decoder uses all 26

letters of the alphabet.

23

24

©THE PUZZLE COMPANY

Across

1. Explode (8)

7. Small firework (5)

8. Comedian, one half of a TV duo,

who died in 2015 (3,6)

9. Fish called tuna in Maori (3)

10. Word that goes before gun, polish

and scissors (4)

11. Urge, persuade (6)

13. Victor (6)

14. Spin around (6)

17. Breathe in (6)

18. In folklore, a giant who eats

humans (4)

20. Sailor (3)

22. Security identification code (3,6)

23. Auckland school founded 1896

(5)

24. The boys from ‘down on the

farm’, according to TV adverts (4,4)

Down

1. French city and mustard (5)

2. Stress (7)

3. Close (4)

4. First European explorer to see

New Zealand (6)

5. India’s currency (5)

6. Paua, in the United States (7)

7. Word meaning same as another

(7)

12. Maybe (7)

13. The major river of the Mackenzie

Basin (7)

15. Branch of mathematics (7)

16. Square block at the bottom of a

column or pedestal (6)

17. Sarcasm (5)

19. Eagle’s nest (5)

21. Bother (4)

SOLUTION 1626

Across: 7. Ventriloquism, 8. Coleslaw, 9. Harp, 10. Beat it, 12. Rip-off, 14. Old,

15. Te Rapa, 17. Sevens, 19. Dart, 21. Delegats, The number 23. Main game trunk line. that

Down: 1. Kerosene, 2. Street, 3. Kill, 4. Forwards, improves 5. Hush your up, arithmetic 6. Tsar, 11. To and

fro, 13. Fine-tune, 16. Acting, 18. Vogels, 20. Ajar, 22. Link.

HOW TO PLAY

It’s like sudoku: each

vertical and horizontal

line has to contain

the numbers 1-6, and

the numbers can’t be

repeated in any row or

column.

But it’s sudoku with a

twist: The numbers in

each heavily outlined

set of squares, called

cages, must produce the

number in the top corner.

For example, 5+ means

the numbers add up to 5,

9x means the numbers

multiply to equal 9.

TIP: Numbers can be repeated in a cage, as long as they are not in the

same line or row.

© 2015 KenKen Puzzle LLC. All rights reserved

KenKen is a registered trademark of Nextoy LLC

WORDBUILDER

E T R

O

T

How many words of three or more letters can you

make, using each letter only once? Plurals are

allowed, but no foreign words or words beginning

with a capital. There’s at least one five-letter word.

Good 7 Very Good 11 Excellent 15

Word Fit

3 LETTERS

EAR

FAN

4 LETTERS

DIAL

STIR

SWAN

TUBE

5 LETTERS

BEAKS

ENTRY

MEANT

OLIVE

PATHS

STORM

6 LETTERS

BANANA

RECENT

7 LETTERS

CONCEPT

HERSELF

8 LETTERS

DOMESTIC

FOREHEAD

9 LETTERS

ASSEMBLED

DISAPPEAR

SUDOKU

294

Fill the grid so that every row,

every column and every 3x3

box contains the digits 1 to 9.

SOLUTIONS

WORD FIT

D O M E S T I C F

I E U O A

S W A N B A N A N A

A N E C S

P A T H S B E A K S

P E P E

E N T R Y S T O R M

A S S L B

R E C E N T D I A L

A L I V E

R F O R E H E A D

KENKEN

DECODER

NZ CROSSWORD

Across: 1. Detonate, 7.

Squib, 8. Jon Gadsby, 9.

Eel, 10. Nail, 11. Cajole,

13. Winner, 14. Gyrate, 17.

Inhale, 18. Ogre, 20. Tar, 22.

PIN number, 23. Kings, 24.

Ches, Dale.

Down: 1. Dijon, 2. Tension, 3.

Near, 4. Tasman, 5. Rupee,

6. Abalone, 7. Synonym, 12.

Perhaps, 13. Waitaki, 15.

Algebra, 16. Plinth, 17. Irony,

19. Eyrie, 21. Fuss.

WORDBUILDER

ore, otter, ret, roe,

rot, rote, toe, tor,

tore, tort, torte,

tot, tote, toter,

tret, trot

SUDOKU

SUDOKU

NZ CROSSWORD

Across: 1. Detonate, 7.

Squib, 8. Jon Gadsby, 9.

Eel, 10. Nail, 11. Cajole,

13. Winner, 14. Gyrate, 17.

Inhale, 18. Ogre, 20. Tar, 22.

PIN number, 23. Kings, 24.

Ches, Dale.

Down: 1. Dijon, 2. Tension, 3.

Near, 4. Tasman, 5. Rupee,

6. Abalone, 7. Synonym, 12.

Perhaps, 13. Waitaki, 15.

Algebra, 16. Plinth, 17. Irony,

19. Eyrie, 21. Fuss.

WORDBUILDER

ore, otter, ret, roe,

rot, rote, toe, tor,

tore, tort, torte,

tot, tote, toter,

tret, trot

DECODER

KENKEN

SOLUTIONS

R F O R E H E A D

D O M E S T I C F

I E U O A

S W A N B A N A N A

A N E C S

P A T H S B E A K S

P E P E

E N T R Y S T O R M

A S S L B

R E C E N T D I A L

A L I V E

WORD FIT


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Sport

Tedesco credits mystery mentor for recovery

James Tedesco says a

secret mentor has helped

him recover from injury to

take a place in the New

South Wales State of Origin

squad for game three next

week.

TEDESCO ENDURED an

equally arduous task recovering

from the mental demons

of debilitating knee injuries as

he did overcoming the physical

aspect of it.

But the 23-year-old told The

Sydney Morning Herald that a

mystery mentor – who he was

referred to by Tigers and NSW

teammate Aaron Woods – has

played a significant part in his

recovery which has led him to

the NSW jersey after 18 months

of hot pursuit.

“He’s someone I started seeing

after all my injuries. He’s really

helped me in my career. He sees

Woodsy (Aaron Woods) every

week as well.

“I think that’s most of the

battle, getting your head space

right.

“I’m feeling confident in my

body and having him to speak

to every week has helped me

mentally,” Tedesco said.

He has endured his fair share

of heartache through what has

been a roller coaster start to his

career.

Few have forgotten the torture

the then teenager suffered being

stretchered off Leichhardt Oval

in the opening minutes of his

debut after rupturing his anterior

cruciate ligament. Then there

was the disappointment of a

shoulder injury on the eve of this

year’s Origin series.

But Tedesco has taken solace

in the mystery mentor who,

despite not possessing a sports

psychologist degree, has managed

to have a positive influence

on the mindset of the players he

comforts.

Tedesco proved too “irresistible”

for Laurie Daley to ignore

after passing up the opportunity

to bring him in for game two at

Suncorp Stadium.

“We had to get [Tedesco] into

the side somewhere and I didn’t

think it would be right putting

him on the wing. He’s a fullback

and deserves a chance.”

Tedesco looked certain to get

in game one, only for another

injury setback to deny him of his

maiden NSW jersey.

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In Brief

ALL STAR BASKETBALL

The region’s top young basketballers

will take to the court tomorrow in

celebration of their accomplishments

this season. Cowles Stadium will

host the 2016 McDonald’s All Star

game. The east and west squads are

made up of the top performers in the

boys’ Thompson Trophy and girls’

Whelan Trophy secondary school

competitions. Burnside High’s Toby

Gillooly and Isaiah Morris will be

two starters to watch on the boys’

east team. Quinn Clinton and Jack

Ansell, of Christchurch Boys’ High,

will star for the boys’ west team, along

with Cashmere High student Connor

McLaughlin. The girls’ all star game

begins at 4.30pm followed by the boys.

RUGBY LEAGUE CAMP

Four players have been selected from

the southern region to attend the

under-16 New Zealand Rugby League

performance camp in Rotorua. Martin

and Fidow-Kele are both students at

St Thomas’ of Canterbury College

and will both represent the school at

this year’s NZRL National Secondary

Schools Tournament. Martin, 15, plays

club league for the Hornby Panthers

and has represented Canterbury and

the South Island at age group level.

Fidow-Kele, 16, plays for the Linwood

Keas and also plays for the St Thomas

first XV rugby union side. The camp

will run from July 9-1.

Grand final rematch

• By Gordon Findlater

THIS WEEKEND’S round of

the UC Championship will be

headlined by a rematch of last

year’s grand final.

St Bede’s College took the

honours last August, defeating

Shirley Boys 32-13 in the grand

final.

With just four rounds

remaining in the competition

neither side is assured of a spot

in this year’s play-offs.

Shirley looked poised to be

a sure thing for the top four a

fortnight ago, but two successive

losses to Nelson College

and St Thomas in the space

of four days has put a dent in

their armour.

“It’s very difficult when

you’re playing three games

in the space of eight days.

We came back from Nelson

with three frontline forwards

out with injury and illness,”

Shirley Boys’ rugby administrator

John Fox said.

However, Fox is confident

that a shift in mentality from

the team’s last two encounters

can get them back in the win

column.

“We scored in the first five

REMATCH: Shirley Boys and St Bede’s will meet on

Saturday in a rematch of last year’s UC Championship final.

minutes against St Thomas and

then relaxed. It just shows how

close this competition is,” Fox

said.

Fatigue won’t be an issue for

St Bede’s who are coming off

their bye weekend, something

coach Gerry Davidson believes

could work in his team’s

favour.

“I think everybody enjoys

their bye weekend. We’ve been

going since the end of April

now and with a couple of

traditional mid-week fixtures

in June, it was nice to have a

break,” Davidson said.

St Bede’s is currently seventh

in the championship. Although

they only have six wins from

10 games, they find themselves

right in the play-off hunt,

three points from a play-off

spot.

“I think for the first time in

a very long time, anyone in the

top eight, or even 10 teams, has

a chance.

“Nobody can take any results

for granted this year,” Davidson

said.

St Bede’s has one member

from last year’s team that won

the UC Championship in this

year’s squad.

Shirley have plenty of boys

with memories of last year’s

final defeat, with 15 players

retained.

Saturday’s grand final rematch

will screen live on CTV

this Saturday.

Kick-off is at 2.45pm from

Shirley Boys’ High.

UC Championship round 12 fixtures:

Shirley BHS v St Bede’s; St Andrew’s College v Burnside HS;

Nelson College v St Thomas; Timaru BHS v Rangiora HS;

Marlborough BC v Ashburton College; Lincoln HS v Waimea

Combined; Roncalli College v Christchurch BHS; Christ’s

College (bye)

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THE INJURY-HIT Melbourne

Rebels will be sweating on a

batch of fitness tests later this

week as coach Tony McGahan

faces the prospect of fielding a

severely under-strength team

against the Crusaders in Christchurch

on Saturday.

As if the prospect of heading

to New Zealand wasn’t daunting

enough, captain Nic Stirzaker

(ankle), fullback Mike Harris

(ankle) and locks Lopeti Timani

and Luke Jones (both concussion)

will face tests before their

availability is known.

But in somewhat better news

for the now out-of-contention

Rebels, wingers Jonah Placid

(nose) and Sefa Naivalu (leg)

have been declared fit to play

despite coming off early in last

weekend’s home loss to the

Stormers.

The Crusaders will receive

a much needed boost to their

backline with the return of All

Black Ryan Crotty.

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The centre sustained a calf

injury in the final test against

Wales, but is ready to get back

into it after watching his team

mates suffer at the hands of the

Chiefs in Suva.

Captain Kieran Read is

expected to be rested for Saturday’s

game, while All Black prop

Joe Moody is out with a neck

injury.

The Crusaders side to take on

the Rebels will be named later

today.

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Driven

Skoda Fabia wagon a

good value purchase

• By Ross Kiddie

THE JUNE 23 referendum

which resulted in Great

Britain’s withdrawal from

the European Union

has taken the world by

surprise.

There will be a long

period of global financial

uncertainty before stability

returns and that will also

affect many aspects of our

down under economies.

In the short term,

imported goods will most

certainly rise, including

motor vehicles, especially

those sourced from

Europe.

That being the case,

there’s probably no better

time to buy a European

car, and if your budget is

a little restricted but you

need a reliable practical

car, Skoda has the answer.

A new Fabia has just

landed and it lists from

$19,990. It arrives here in

three variants, and I was

lucky enough to land a

drive in the range-topping

station wagon which, incidentally,

lists at an amazing

$26,990, making it,

what I believe to be one of

the bargain purchases in

today’s new car market.

The Fabia wagon, or

Combi, as Skoda badge

it, is powered by a 1.2-

litre, four-cylinder engine.

Before you scoff at its

meagre displacement, bear

in mind that it produces

81kW and has a healthy

175Nm of torque thanks

to turbocharged boost. If

you take into account the

areas where peak power

and maximum torque

are developed (4600rpm-

5600rpm and 1400rpm-

4000rpm respectively),

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supply of power from

very low in the rev band,

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through a seven-speed

direct shift automatic gearbox.

If fuel usage is also an

important buying criteria,

the Fabia Combi is listed

with a 4.8-litre per 100km

(58mpg) combined cycle

average.

You don’t have to try

hard to replicate that, I

wasn’t gentle with the

throttle during my time

in the test car, yet it was

easy to have the fuel usage

readout listing around

6l/100km (47mpg), that

along with an instantaneous

readout of 4.6l/100km

(62mpg) on the highway

cruising a steady 100km/h

(engine speed 2050rpm).

I’ve often written about

SKODA FABIA COMBI: Volkswagen-based engineering.

the Czech Republic’s engineering

prowess, and if

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Volkswagen’s manufacturing

ideology of quality and

efficiency you won’t be

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The entire package is one

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• Price – Skoda Fabia

Combi TSi, $26,990

• Dimensions –

Length, 4257mm;

width, 1732mm;

height, 1467mm

• Configuration: Fourcylinder,

front-wheeldrive,

1197cc, 81kW,

175Nm, seven-speed

automatic.

• Performance –

0-100km/h, 9.6sec

• Fuel usage–

4.8l/100km

Take it’s 505-litre load

space for example, extending

to 1370-litres, the

wagon section is cavernous

for what is deemed to

be a small car. That doesn’t

come at the cost of rear

occupant space, the Fabia

can still be considered a

marginal five-seater, head

and leg room is satisfactory.

Up front it is the same,

the seating position is constantly

comfortable, and

the controls fall readily to

hand. It’s fair to say the

Fabia isn’t overly complicated,

there aren’t a lot of

functions to speak of, but

the essentials are there,

and there is enough kit to

still consider the purchase

a bargain.

I took the test car on

my usual high country

drive beneath the Malvern

Hills and found it to be

a spirited, well-handling

car which quickly endears

itself. Handling-wise it

is directional with quick

turn-in and positive steering

feel. Providing the

grip are 215/45 x 16in

Bridgestone Potenza performance

tyres, what

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quiet, even on our coarse

chip seal.

There aren’t any

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Regular readers will

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

Clearwater Golf Club Limited,

38 Clearwater Avenue,

Belfast, Christchurch has

made application to the

District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the renewal

of a on-licence in respect of

the premises situated at 38

Clearwater Avenue known as

The Member Lounge.

The general nature of the

business conducted (or to be

conducted) under the license

is a golf club.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

(or is intended to be) sold under

the licence are Monday to

Sunday from 7am until 12am.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office

of the Christchurch District

Licensing Committee at 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled to

object and wishes to object to

the issue of the licence may,

not later than 15 working

days after the date of the

publication of this notice,

file a notice in writing of the

objection with the Secretary

of the District Licensing

Committee at P.O. Box 73049,

Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the issue of

a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than

a matter specified in section

105(1) of the Sale of Supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

No objection to the renewal

of a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than

a matter specified in section

131 of the Sale and Supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

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SECTION 101

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

HOSPITALITY ENTERTAINMENT

LIMITED (THE LICENSEE, 96

Hoon Hay Road, Christchurch

8025) has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch for

the issue of an ON-LICENCE

NEW & OFF-LICENCE NEW

in respect of the premises

situated at 2a Lewis Street,

known as THE POACHER BEER

AND BITES.

The general nature of the

business to be conducted

under the licence: ON-LICENCE

TAVERN AND OFF-LICENCE

BOTTLETORE.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

sold under the licence are:

ON LICENCE:

Monday to Sunday 8.00am to

11.00pm.

OFF LICENCE:

From any bottlestore and

across the bar: Monday to

Sunday 8.00am to 11.00pm

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

offices hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 77 Hereford Street,

Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes

to object to the issue of the

licence may, not later than

15 working days after the

date of the first publication

of this notice, file a notice in

writing of the objection with

the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the issue of

a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than

a matter specified in section

105(1) of the Sale & Supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

M&P RICCARTON CLUB

LIMITED, (THE LICENSEE, Mr

David Dai, PO Box 10318,

Phillipstown, Christchurch)

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises situated

at 66B Wharenui Road known

as HALO BAR AND LOUNGE.

The general nature of the

business conducted under the

licence is: ON-LICENCE TAVERN.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

sold under the licence are:

Monday to Sunday 8.00am to

1.00am the following day.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee at Civic Offices, 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled to

object and who wishes to object

to the grant of the application

may, not later than 15 working

days after the date of the first

publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal of a

licence may be made in relation

to a matter other than a matter

specified in section 131 of the

Sale & Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the second publication of

this notice. This notice was first

published on 30 June 2016.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

WEI LONG COMPANY LIMITED,

(THE LICENSEE, Mr Eric Ge

Wei Long Company Limited,

137 Peverel Street, Riccarton

Christchurch 8011), has made

application to the District

Licensing Committee at

Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL

in respect of the premises

situated at 62 Worcester

Street Central City, known as

BOULEVARD CAFE AND BAR.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 2.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

sold under the licence are:

Monday to Sunday 8.00am to

11.00pm.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee at Civic Offices, 53

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes to

object to the granting of the

application may, not later than

15 working days after the

date of the first publication of

notice of the application, in the

newspaper (Being The Star),

file a notice in writing of the

objection with the Secretary

of the District Licensing

Committee, PO Box 73049,

Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal

of a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than a

matter specified in section 131

of the Sale & Supply of Alcohol

Act 2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

SECTION 127 &101

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SAHARA NEW ZEALAND

LIMITED (The Owner, Mr

Jason Dellaca, Saraha New

Zealand Limited, 3/12 Penn

Place, Riccarton, Christchurch

8042), has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch for

the renewal of an OFF-LICENCE

RENEWAL in respect of the

premises situated at 3/12 Penn

Place, Middleton, known as

BRANDHOUSE.

The general nature of the

business to be conducted

under the licence: OFF-

LICENCE REMOTE SALES.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

sold under the licence are:

AT ANY TIME ON ANY DAY.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

offices hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee at Civic Offices, 77

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes

to object to the grant of the

application may, not later than

15 working days after the

date of the first publication

of this notice, file a notice in

writing of the objection with

the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the renewal

of a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than a

matter specified in section 131

of the Sale & Supply of Alcohol

Act 2012.

This is the only publication of

this notice.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

HULLEN ENTERPRISES LIMITED,

(THE LICENSEE, PO Box 76010,

Northwood, Christchurch 8548),

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the issue of

ON-LICENCE NEW in respect

of the premises situated at 1

Radcliffe Road known as STYX

AND STONE.

The general nature of the

business conducted under the

licence is: ON-LICENCE TAVERN.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is intended to be sold under

the licence are: MONDAY TO

SUNDAY 9.00AM TO 2.00AM

THE FOLLOWING DAY.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 77 Hereford Street,

Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes to

object to the issue of the licence

may, not later than 15 working

days after the date of the first

publication of this notice, file a

notice in writing of the objection

with the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the issue of a

licence may be made in relation

to matter other than a matter

specified in section 105(1) of

the Sale and Supply of Alcohol

Act 2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

REN HOLDINGS LIMITED,

(THE LICENSEE, 44 Vagues

Road, Christchurch 8052),

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the issue

of ON-LICENCE NEW in respect

of the premises situated at 67

Sturrocks Road Styx known

as ACTION INDOOR SPORTS

REDWOOD.

The general nature of the

business conducted under the

licence is: ON-LICENCE OTHER

NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

intended to be sold under the

licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY

10.00AM TO 11.00PM.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 77 Hereford Street,

Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes

to object to the issue of the

licence may, not later than

15 working days after the

date of the first publication

of this notice, file a notice in

writing of the objection with

the Secretary of the District

Licensing Committee, PO Box

73049, Christchurch 8154.

No objection to the issue of

a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than

a matter specified in section

105(1) of the Sale and Supply

of Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the second publication

of this notice. This notice was

first published on 30 June

2016.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

GLOBAL BILLIARDS FINANCE

LIMITED, (THE LICENSEE,

C/- 85 Hereford Street,

Christchurch 8011), has made

application to the District

Licensing Committee at

Christchurch for the issue of

ON-LICENCE NEW in respect

of the premises situated at

403 Worcester Street Linwood

known as (to be advised).

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

TAVERN.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

intended to be sold under the

licence are:

Monday to Sunday 8.00am to

11.00pm.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, Civic Offices, 53

Hereford Street, Christchurch.

Any person who is entitled

to object and who wishes to

object to the granting of the

application may, not later than

15 working days after the first

publication of notice of the

application, in the newspaper

(Being The Star), file a notice in

writing of the objection with the

Secretary of the Christchurch

District Licensing Committee,

PO Box 73049, Christchurch

8154.

No objection to the granting

of a licence may be made in

relation to a matter other than

a matter specified in section

105(1) of the Sale & Supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the second publication

of this notice. This notice was

first published on 30 June,

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You will oversee all day-to-day

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ME BEFORE YOU (PG)

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ME BEFORE YOU (PG)

Thu 10:50, 6:30PM

Fri 10:30aM

SaT 11:00, 6:30PM

Mon-Tue 10:50, 6:30PM

Wed 10:50aM

MIKE AND DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES•

(R16)

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SULTAN (M)

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SaT 8:50PM

Sun-Tue 8:30PM

Wed 8:50PM

THE BFG• (PG)

Thu-Mon 10:00, 12:40, 6:50PM

Tue 10:00, 12:40, 3:20, 6:50PM

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THE CONJURING 2 (R13)

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THE LEGEND OF TARZAN• (M)

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Fri 1:50, 6:30, 8:40PM

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ALVARADOS MEXICAN

CANTINA: Monday - Willie's

Open Mic.

BARETTA: Tonight 7pm -

Antony Pickard. Friday 4pm -

SansTribe; 7.30pm - Mark

McKenzie; 10.30pm - DJ Masta

K. Saturday 7pm - Nick Lee;

10.30pm - DJ Double Header

with Otis Swag & Lachie.

Wednesday 6pm - Vintage Blue.

BECK'S SOUTHERN

ALEHOUSE: Saturday 9pm -

Flat City Brotherhood.

BILL'S BAR: Tonight & Sunday

6pm - Mickey Rat Karaoke.

Lil Chuck @ Blue Smoke on Saturday night

BLUE SMOKE: Tonight 6pm - Sunday 2pm - Jazz Sessions. the Jamesons. Wednesday 7.30pm

Dick Martin cocktail hour. Friday

EMPIRE: Friday 10.30pm - DJ - Open Mic with Lindon Puffin.

6pm - Juke (free); 8.30pm - The

Dr D. Saturday 10.30pm - DJ THE BOWER: Saturday 6.30pm

Dillastrators (free). Saturday

Spinal. - Live music. Sunday 3.30pm -

noon - Stomp & Holler (free).

GBC:

Live music.

Sunday Noon & 5.30pm -

Friday 6pm - Rhonda

Almuerzo Festivo (free)' 8.30pm -

Campbell duo.

THE COTTON CLUB: Tonight

Lil Chuck the One Man Skiffle HORNBY WMC: Friday 7pm - - Uberjak'd. Friday - Foam Party

Machine, album preview show Robbie Drew. Saturday 4.30pm - with DJs Infared & Mike Jonz.

with support Little Papaer Planes, Al Park; 8pm - Shalow.

Saturday - Vladikul. Sunday - DJ

$10 enry. Sunday noon - JANES BAR: Wednesday 7pm

Rocky Ponting & guests.

Almuerzo Festivo (free); 4pm - - Open Mic night. Sunday 6pm - THE CRAIC IRISH BAR:

The Nukes Ukulele Trio (free). Live Blues.

Tonight - Ladies night with DJ

Wednesday 7pm - Something

Sassafras. Friday 10pm - Live

MACKENZIES HOTEL: Friday

Else feat. Max Alduca Trio (free).

music. Saturday 10pm - DJ

- The Atarmies. Saturday -

Sassafras. Wednesday - Karaoke.

CARLTON: Tonight 9pm - Ignition.

Headrush. Friday 10pm - Shadow

THE CUBAN: Friday 6.30pm -

MAK TAVERN: Friday -

Puppet. Saturday 10.30pm -

Nick Lee; 10pm - Topia. Saturday

Unhinged. Saturday - Sign of the

Cropduster. Sunday 5pm -

6.30pm - Mark McKenzie; 9pm -

Firebird. Sunday - The Elevators.

SansTribe. Monday 6pm - Midge

GoGo Calypso.

PIERSIDE CAFE & BAR:

McCleary. Tuesday 6pm - Willie Friday 9pm - Unhinged.

THE FITZ: Thursday 7pm -

McArthur. Wednesday 8.30pm - Saturday 915pm - The Elevators.

Nick Buchanan's Open Mic.

Assembly Required.

RACECOURSE HOTEL: Friday

THE IRISHMAN: Tonight -

CASA PUBLICA: Friday 8.30pm 7.30pm - Live Music.

Karaoke. Friday - DJ. Saturday -

- DJ Eric. Saturday 8.30pm - DJ's. Wednesday - Open mic.

RICHMOND WMC: Friday

Masta K. Sunday 4pm - Dr 7pm - Andy Page. Saturday 7pm

THE MILLER: Tonight 8.30pm -

Sanchez.

- I Alone. Sunday 3pm - Katrina

Nick Lee. Friday 9.30pm - Flat

CHRISTCHURCH CASINO: Keenan (Southfield).

City Brotherhood. Saturday 9pm

Friday 7pm - Natalie Elms;

- Reckless duo. Wednesday -

STOCKxCHANGE BAR,

10.15pm - Elevators duo. SHIRLEY: Friday - Ignition.

Karaoke with Lance.

Saturday 7pm - Des Newton; Saturday - Unhinged.

THE ROCK, ROLLESTON:

10.15pm - Smooth Talk. Sunday

Saturday 9.30pm - Superfreak.

SULLIVANS IRISH PUB:

5.30pm - Reminisce with Tonight 7pm - Boiling Billy. THE TWISTED HOP: Friday

Anthony.

Friday 9pm - Headrush. Saturday 7.30pm - Penny Black duo.

CHRISTCHURCH FOLK 9.30pm - Shameless Few. Sunday 6pm - Tango.

MUSIC CLUB: Sunday 7.30pm Tuesday 7.30pm - Topia. THE WAVE BAR: Thursday

- Molly's Remedy, members Wednesday 7.30pm - Willie 8.30pm - Karaoke. Friday 8.30pm

$8/non $12.

McArthur.

- DJ.

CHURCHILL'S LIVE: Friday TEMPS BAR: Tonight 8pm - TREVINOS RESTAURANT &

8pm - Androidss with support Karaoke. Friday - No Secrets. BAR: Friday 9pm - Carpe Diem.

Egovalve. Saturday - Live music. Tuesday - WINNIE BAGOES CITY:

DARKROOM: Tonight - Miss

June, Astro Childen, Pale Blue

Simon’s Jam Session, gear

provided, all welcome.

Friday - BigRig. Saturday -

Getset.

Dot. Friday - Ha The Unclear. THE BLACK HORSE HOTEL: WOOLSTON CLUB: Friday

Saturday - Terry (AUS), Les Saturday - Mickey Rat Karaoke. 6pm - Katrina Keenan. Saturday

Baxters, Wurld Series.

THE BOG: Tonight 8.30pm - 8pm - Mid-Winter Dance with

Wednesday - KVKA 'Scuse Me SansTribe. Friday 6pm - The Drews, $2 entry.

Tour'. Assembly Required. Saturday WUNDERBAR: Tuesday

DUX CENTRAL: Friday 5pm - 8.30pm - The Corks. Sunday 7.30pm - Showcase & Open Mic.

Emerson; 10.30pm - GetSet. 5pm - Black Velvet acoustic.

Saturday 2pm - Julian Merchant Tuesday 7.30pm - Jamming with

& Willy Styles; 10.30pm - Wilton.


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aged between 2-7.

Shirley Public Library, 36

Marshlands Rd. Free entry

SATURDAY, NOON-3PM

THE BIG CHILL

This event is being held as part of

the KidsFest holiday programme.

Skate, scoot, roller-blade, bounce,

jump on a crazy bike, shoot some

hoops, play ball, get your face

painted, or enjoy a free Hellers

sausage sizzle with family and

friends in the heart of Linwood.

Loads of free fun for everyone.

Linwood Park. Free event

SATURDAY, 2.30PM-3.30PM

FIONA PARDINGTON

IN CONVERSATION

Meet Fiona Pardington ahead

of her latest exhibition opening.

The exhibition, A Beautiful

Hesitation, takes a look at major

events in life and covers many

issues. Ask questions about how

she came up with the ideas for

the exhibition and discuss her art

and creativity with her.

Christchurch Art Gallery,

Cnr Worcester Boulevard

and Montreal St. Free entry

SATURDAY 4.30PM-6.30PM

MORE FM LANTERN

PARADE

To kick off the school holidays

take the family to the lantern

festival on Saturday night. The

festival starts in Cathedral

Square and involves travelling

through the city to finish up at

the Margaret Mahy Playground.

Take your own home made

lantern, glow sticks or torches

and walk through the city with

other Cantabrians. The event will

feature light displays, food and

beverage stalls and, if you can get

in quick, free hot chocolate.

Cathedral Square. Free

entry

SATURDAY, 6.30PM-10PM

LYTTELTON SEAFARERS

CENTRE FUNDRAISER

TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY

AND SUNDAY, 10AM-5PM

BAD HAIR DAY

This exhibition is a collection

of work showing ‘bad hair days’

throughout the ages. Paintings

and works have been collected

showing the strange hair styles

from different years and events

throughout history. Compare

your bad hair days to the people

in the paints.

Christchurch Art Gallery.

Free entry

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,

2PM-5PM, AND SATURDAY

AND SUNDAY, 11AM-4PM

‘CURRENT’ WORKS

This exhibition explores the

potential of electrical current

to make works of art. Kerry

Tunstall uses high voltage to

produce digital images and

one-off artworks, while Debra

McLeod uses lower voltage on

acrylic sheet and film to create

visual metaphors of the electrical

patterns of the brain.

50 Works Gallery, Lyttelton

FRIDAY, 1.10–1.50PM.

MUSICAL MENTORS

Jazz vocalist Jennine Bailey

and pianist Tom Rainey have

worked together for 15 years

collaborating on various

recording projects and writing

their own music. They will

perform their favourite melodies

and songs. Following the concert

will be hot drinks and chance

to chat. For more information,

phone 377 5000 or email

concertsforchristchurch@gmail.

com

St Augustine Anglican

Church, 5 Cracroft Tce,

Cashmere. $10 adult, $5

senior, student and concert

‘friends’

SATURDAY 11AM-11.45AM

SUPER SATURDAY

STORYTIMES

Take your kids to Shirley Library

to hear stories, learn rhymes

and get involved in fun craft

activities. Every Saturday there is

a different theme for the session.

This event is aimed at children

COMMUNITY MARKET

Every Thursday, 8.30am-1pm,

51 Pages Rd

MID-WINTER CHRISTMAS

MARKET

Friday, 11am-9pm, Cathedral

Square

MT PLEASANT FARMERS’

MARKET

Saturday 9.30am-12.30pm, 3

McCormacks Bay Rd

A family friendly fundraiser for

the Lyttelton Seafarers Centre

will be held this weekend with

Scottish and Irish dancing

performances. The centre, which

relies on grants, donations and

volunteers, provides a free, warm

place for overseas seafarers to

visit while docked in port.

Lyttelton Recreation

Centre. Tickets are $10

for adults and a gold coin

donation for children.

They can be bought from

Lyttelton Information

Centre, or by emailing

lyttelton.seafarers.centre@

gmail.com

SATURDAY, 8PM-11PM

MID-WINTER DANCE WITH

THE DREWS

Put on your dancing shoes and

escape the winter cold at the

Woolston Club. The Drews will

be performing many hits to get

keep everyone up and dancing

throughout the evening. Take the

whole family along for a night of

dancing and entertainment.

The Woolston Club, 43

Hargood St. $2 entry

SUNDAY, 9.30AM - NOON

ROTARY LEGO CONTEST

There will be two events taking

place, with teams of three pupils.

Years 1 and 2, and years 7 and

8 at 9.30am, years 3 and 4 at

10.15am and years 5 and 6 at

11am. The pupils will make the

best Lego model in 15 minutes.

There will also be an individual

contest, which looks at the best

model made at home from an

original design or copied from

a design. Made up models need

to arrive between 9.30am and

10.30am. There will be lots of

prizes.

Sumner Community Centre,

20-28 Wiggins St. Free

entry. For more information,

email ktandkt@xtra.co.nz or

phone 384 9485.

SUNDAY, 2PM-4PM

CARD COLLECTORS FAIR

AND MEETING

Take your cards to this fair and

swap, exchange, buy and sell

LYTTELTON FARMERS’

MARKET

Saturday, 10am-1pm, London

St

NEW BRIGHTON SEASIDE

MARKET

Every Saturday, 10am-2pm,

New Brighton mall

OPAWA FARMERS’

MARKET:

Every Sunday, 9-noon, 275

Fifield Tce

with like-minded collectors.

If you are new to collecting,

here is the place to buy cards

and start a collection. Or if you

have been collecting for a while

find something you have been

missing to add to your collection.

Philatelic Centre, 67

Mandeville Street,

Riccarton, Christchurch

SUNDAY, 3PM-4.30PM

SONGS JUST FOR YOU

Juliet Reynolds-Midgley brings

her talent to Cracroft. As an

actress, she performs on stage

at the Court Theatre and as a

headline act in the Christchurch

Symphony Orchestra. Juliet will

sing her favourite jazz melodies

throughout the evening. After

the concert there will also be

light refreshments.

St Augustine Anglican

Church, 5 Cracroft Tce.

Tickets from $10

SUNDAY, 4PM-6PM

THE NUKES SIT DOWN GET

DOWN

The ukulele band are bringing

their music to the Sunday

sessions. The group mix humour

with their music to engage

with the audience throughout

their performance. Spend the

afternoon listening to their music

or take your own ukulele and

join in. Pick up some tips from

the group or have a chat with

them after their performance.

Blue Smoke, 3 Garlands Rd,

Woolston. Free entry

SUNDAY, 7.30PM-9PM

MOLLY’S REMEDY

Molly’s Remedy members

Helen, Monica and Mary have

performed around the country

and have decided to bring their

unique sound to Spreydon. The

band bring their violin, guitar

and voices, performing their own

songs. They not only bring their

voices and sounds but also add

humour to their performance.

The doors open at 7pm. Get in

early to secure a seat.

Irish Society Hall, 29

Domain Tce, Spreydon.

Tickets for the show start

from $5


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