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TALENT: Bradley Wood will play the Steinway grand piano his father Murray bought for the

Music Centre.

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Emotional day

looms for pianist

• By Bridget Rutherford

BRADLEY WOOD will be

thinking of his father when he

plays at the new $16.8 million

music centre’s official

opening tomorrow.

The 22-year-old

will perform at the

opening of The

Piano, on Armagh St,

along with musician

Martin Riseley.

He will play Rachmaninoff

on the Steinway grand piano

that his late father, Murray

Wood (above), bought for the

original Music Centre, on

Barbadoes St.

Mr Wood was one of 115

people killed in the CTV

Building collapse in the February

2011 earthquake.

He was CTV’s managing

director, chairman of

the Music Centre and

heavily involved in the

city’s music scene.

Bradley said it was an

honour to be asked to

perform.

He said his father helped

inspire him to go on to study a

masters degree in music at the

University of Auckland, having

grown up watching him perform.

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SPORT, P44 TEENAGER’S LICENCE TO TEAR UP THE ROADS

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• By Gabrielle Stuart

THE cash-strapped Canterbury

District Health Board’s money

problems have got worse.

The CDHB is facing a budget

shortfall of more than $35 million

in the next financial year,

which will be made public today

at its monthly meeting.

The health board and the

Ministry of Health are set to collide

over the deficit. The

ministry says its advice

shows the health board

should be able to manage

its budgets without

any extra funding.

The health board

was given a $44 million

funding increase this year,

although that was the lowest

increase out of the country’s five

biggest health boards.

CDHB board chairman Murray

Cleverley (above) said yesterday

the health board was under

a huge amount of pressure, particularly

around the rebuild, but

was doing its best to make sure

that did not impact on care.

He said negotiations with the

Ministry of Health were underway,

and he hoped the Minister

would provide extra support.

Health board members also

said the budgets are under pressure

because of the increase in

demand for mental health services

and the ageing population.

They say they have already

cut budgets in response to their

$18m budget deficit last year, and

they are now under pressure to

cut budgets for essential

services like operations.

They have refused to do

that, choosing instead to

post a deficit.

Board member Aaron

Keown said he had written

to Health Minister

Jonathan Coleman three

months ago, asking him to meet

with the board to discuss the

finances.

But he said that had not happened.

“We can’t make more cuts, so

at the end of each financial year

we will have to go cap in hand

to the minister and say can you

write this off, but we’re only

having to do that because we’re

underfunded,” he said.

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FROM

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The Star

News.............................................3

A CRACKER of a story – and

photo – on page 3 today.

Coral Luscombe’s dog was

knocked over by a car recently in

Parklands.

A crowd gathered and a

woman offered to drive Coral

and her dog Poppy to a nearby

vet.

She got there herself and when

she came out of the area where

Poppy was being treated, the

woman who had offered the ride

had followed her to the vet and

put $1000 towards the bill.

Coral still does not know

who the good Samaritan was

but, understandably, she is very

grateful – and so I suspect is

Poppy.

Today we profile potentially

New Zealand’s best emerging

rower – Jack Lopas.

The 17-year-old won gold at

the recent world junior champs

in the Netherlands, and he is

tipped as being among the best

of our next generation of rowers.

Reporter Bridget Rutherford

talks to him on pages 18-19. And

she knows what she is talking

about: She once rowed for St

Margaret’s.

Barry Clarke

Little River’s Jack Lopas is arguably New Zealand’s

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last sailing of the Rangatira. On September

16, 1864, the second town hall was built on

stone next to the first hall in High St. Come

September 18, 1980, the Theatre Royal was

bought by the Theatre Royal Charitable

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as a theatre. On September 20, 1916, Sir

Henry Wigram founded the Canterbury

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News

Car stolen says man who blew over limit

• By Tom Doudney

A MAN who claims his car was

stolen, crashed it himself while

drink driving before fleeing the

scene, police allege.

The 23-year-old man, who

lives in the Lincoln area, has

been charged with excess breath

alcohol, careless driving, failing

to accompany police and

making a false complaint and

• By Gabrielle Stuart

FOCUSED ON cradling the

broken body of her little dog

after it was hit by a car, Coral

Luscombe didn’t think to ask

the name of the kind stranger

who helped her.

Hours later she found out the

stranger had anonymously paid

$1000 toward her dog’s vet bill.

Now she just wants to say

thank you.

Mrs Luscombe, a sickness

beneficiary, had been out in the

yard with her great nieces when

she said her papillon dog, Poppy,

saw another dog in the park

across Queenspark Drive.

“She shot straight through

the fence. I was screaming at

her, Poppy, Poppy, stop. One

car missed her, but then she was

hit and she was dragged under

the car. I just screamed, and the

elderly lady with her dog across

the road screamed as well,” she

said.

The driver stopped, and a

small crowd gathered.

The stranger was among them,

a woman who looked to be in

her late 30s, she said.

She had been further up the

road and had seen the accident

will appear in district court

tomorrow.

Sergeant Grant Stewart

said the man’s breath alcohol

reading had been in excess of

1000mcg/L and police believed

he had been travelling at more

than the 100km/h speed limit

when he crashed into a ditch on

Tancreds Rd.

The man, who was uninjured,

had then allegedly left the scene

happen, and offered to drive

Mrs Luscombe and Poppy to the

vet.

“I remember her saying she

had animals and had been in

the same situation herself,” Mrs

Luscombe said.

She turned down the offer and

drove herself to the vet, but she

found out later the woman had

followed her and paid the bill

after she left.

Poppy needed two operations

in spite of a local farmer chasing

him through a paddock to try

and stop him leaving. Another

person who saw the farmer

chasing the man had called

police.

“We did some pretty quick

inquiries at the scene and

relocated him at a rural property

further down Tancreds Rd

where he was actually living,”

Sergeant Stewart said.

to clean her wounds and perform

skin grafts, a night in the

hospital, and may still need a toe

removed.

The bill added up to more

than $1300, and Mrs Luscombe

said paying it would have made

the next few months a struggle.

When the vet called later that

day to say most of the bill had

been paid, she could not believe

it.

“I was in shock. I sat down

Under the questioning the

man claimed he hadn’t been

driving the car when it was

crashed into the ditch and that

it had been stolen.

Sergeant Stewart said the man

had a distinctive appearance

and his description matched

that provided by witnesses

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and burst into tears,” she said.

She said she would love to

meet the woman and “say a million

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“Just thinking there is a beautiful

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GANG LINKS TO ATTACK

A man left beaten at a Dallington

bus stop was the victim of an

internal motor-cycle gang fight.

The victim, in his 40s, was found

lying on a bench at a Dallington

bus stop by a passing member

of the public on Friday about

8.30pm. The Star has learned

he had an argument with other

gang members and the severe

injuries were inflicted during an

ensuing fight. Police yesterday

refused to discuss details about

the incident. But in a statement

earlier this week, they said the

injuries were possibly inflicted

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was admitted to Christchurch

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before being discharged earlier

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ARSONIST JAILED

Technician Cheyenne Destiny

Jade Reed, 35, was sentenced to

six years jail yesterday for setting

fire to St Margaret’s Presbyterian

Church, Bishopdale, causing

more than $2 million damage.

He targeted the church because

God had killed his friends in the

Christchurch earthquake, he

claimed.

MONEY FOR RECORDING

Music teacher Johnathan Densem

has raised the money he needs

to record an album of all his

songs. Mr Densem was diagnosed

with inoperable brain cancer in

January and has been fundraising

through Givealittle to raise the

$50,000 needed to get his album

professionally recorded. The page

has raised $52,178.

PRINCIPAL SOUGHT

Lyttelton Primary School has

to appoint a new principal by

November 26 to replace Diana

Feary, whose last day is January

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Mayoral debate

THE TWO candidates vying to

lead the city council will square

off tonight in CTV’s mayoral

debate.

Current Mayor Lianne Dalziel

and John Minto will debate key

issues the city faces, and put

forward some of their campaign

policies ahead of next month’s

local body elections.

They will be asked a raft of

questions by CTV newsreader

Jared McCulloch (below), as well

as two Canterbury University

panellists.

Tonight’s debate is a collaboration

with the New Zealand

Broadcasting School and its students,

and will be live-streamed

on CTV’s website and Star

Media’s Rise Up Christchurch

Facebook page.

It will focus on four topics:

local economy,

anchor projects,

public transport

and community

well-being, before

more general

questions.

Those watching

live in the

audience will

then get the chance to ask the

candidates their own questions.

The first panellist, Dr Ekant

John

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Lianne

Dalziel

Veer, is an associate professor

of marketing. His work focuses

on the role marketing can play

to benefit society and improve

consumer welfare.

The second, Dr Bronwyn Hayward,

is an associate professor of

political sciences.

The debate will run from 7pm-

8pm at New Zealand Broadcasting

School studios, Madras St.

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CDHB shortfall blows out to $35m

•From page 1

A spokeswoman for Dr

Coleman said he was not

available to respond to questions

yesterday, and referred them to

the Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health DHB performance

acting director John

Hazeldine said an independent

review done by Pricewaterhouse

Coopers last year showed the

CDHB was in a “relatively stable

financial position.”

A commissioner was appointed

to run the Southern

DHB last year after it forecast a

$27 million deficit, but he said

there were no plans to do that in

Canterbury.

The Ministry believes the

board and management team are

•From page 1

“I remember one time, just seeing

him perform in the town hall

with the Christchurch Symphony

Orchestra, he was the pianist up

front. I just have a very strong

visual memory looking down and

seeing my Dad playing the piano.

I really respected that.”

Mr Wood began teaching

Bradley how to play piano when

he was five, before he went on to

capable of returning the DHB to

a sustainable financial position

over the medium term,” he said.

Labour health spokeswoman

Annette King told The Star

yesterday the numbers the

Government was using to

decide how much funding

the CDHB received did

not take into account the

true population increase

or inflation.

She said the CDHB

should have been treated as

a special case funding-wise,

because of the rebuild and health

pressures from the earthquakes.

Board member Jo Kane

(above) said the board had been

asked to slash budgets across

most of its services, but it had all

get lessons from Bronwyn Bijl,

who is now the director of The

Piano.

Ms Bijl has spent more than

five years bringing the new

building to life.

“I just know that my Dad

would be extremely proud of

the work Bronwyn has done,”

Bradley said.

Ms Bijl said the official opening

was a wonderful opportunity

been done behind closed doors.

“I know if our community

really knew what was going on

there would be protests,” she said.

She said the board had already

made as many cuts as it

could, and it was asking

a huge amount of staff

already.

“You can only get so

much blood out of a

stone,” she said.

She said “the blame

squarely lies on the ministry”,

because of its funding model.

“We have still got their hands

around our neck with them

portraying us as not financially

sustainable. What’s not financially

sustainable is the way they

are funding us,” she said.

Emotional day looms for pianist

to acknowledge the influence

and tireless work Mr Wood did

for music in Christchurch.

Tomorrow’s opening ceremony

will begin at 2pm with Ngai

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Chinese interest in Chch property jumps

• By Anne Gibson

THE NUMBER of Chinese

buyer inquiries about

purchasing properties in

Christchurch has jumped

300 per cent compared with

the same month last year.

The Chinese Purchasing

Intent Index on Juwai.com

– the largest international

property website for

Chinese buyers – said

Christchurch saw the largest

increase in interest from

Chinese buyers, comparing

August last year, to August

this year.

Christchurch was the

second top location in

the country in terms of

buyer interest, following

Auckland.

However, Gavin Norris,

head of Australia and New

Zealand for Juwai.com, said

the number was still significantly

lower than Auckland

in absolute number of

inquiries.

Harcourts Christchurch

business development

manager Mike Mullen said

the company did not keep

statistics on overseas buyers.

However, he said the

number of Chinese buyers

inquiring about properties

in Christchurch did not

necessarily mean they were

buying them.

“All I would say is our

auction rooms continue

to be active, there’s still a

presence of buyers being in

there,” he said.

The Chinese have a very

active interest in property.”

Christchurch Mike Pero

real estate agent Sonia

Tafilipepe said she was

surprised there had been a

large increase.

“I personally don’t see

it that high from what’s

happening in the general

market.”

It comes as new Real

Estate Institute of New

Zealand figures show

Proud installers of

Christchurch house median

sale prices have risen from

$430,000 last August, to

$435, 750 last month.

The national median for

August was $492,000, up

5.8 per cent annually from

$465,000.

Nationally, inquiries

about properties from Chinese

buyers had jumped by

50 per cent across the country

compared to August last

year.

That contrasted with

January when the number

had declined.

The Labour Party wants

to ban foreign buyers, and

Land Information New

Zealand is collecting data

on the number of foreigners

buying properties here.

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News

Frustration over church repairs

• By Tom Doudney

SIX YEARS after the

September 2010 earthquake,

the Hororata community is

still in the dark about when its

badly damaged heritage church

will be restored.

When the 7.1 magnitude

earthquake hit, the bell tower of

St John’s Anglican Church toppled

and fell through the roof.

Hororata Community

Trust trustee Olive Webb said

many in the community had

expressed frustration with the

lack of visible progress on fixing

the church.

“After the earthquake this

building was surrounded by

people from the community,

some of whom were regular

church goers and some weren’t,

who were weeping at the

destruction of the church,” she

said.

“We are constantly asked:

‘What’s the time frame, what’s

happening?’ and all we can tell

them is that we are waiting on

a response from [the Church

Property Trustees].”

HCT has put a proposal to

the Church Property Trust on

how they can work together

towards restoring the church.

HCT sees its role as fundraising

and helping to determine the

specifications of the repair, in

SORRY SIGHT: The inside

of the church after the

September 2010 earthquake.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

PATCHED UP: The damaged bell tower and roof of St

John’s Anglican Church in Hororata have been covered

for now but the timeline for restoration remains unknown. ​

consultation with the community.

Hororata vicar Jenni Carter

community life.”

A Church Property Trustees said there had been a lot of

spokesman declined to answer work done behind the scenes on

specific questions about how the future of the church.

much the restoration was

The parish is all about people,

it’s not about buildings and

expected to cost and how much

the church would pay, when there is progress being made on

restoration might take place the stone church, you just can’t

and the availability of insurance

funds for the building. Hororata Cafe and Wine Bar

see it.”

The repair was “very complex,”

the spokesman said. church remained at the heart of

owner Jarnia Kupe said the

The trustees look forward the community and its restoration

was an important issue for

as the community does to St

John’s church again being a locals.

vibrant part of the church and “It’s better to be done properly

[rather than quickly] so as a

local resident it’s sad in a sense

that nothing has happened yet

but also there is a lot to be done

to bring it up to standard so

you kind of accept that.”

Hororata parishioner Kate

Foster said the congregation

had not suffered from the loss

of the church as it had the use

of the smaller wooden church

but she would like to see the

stone church restored for heritage

reasons.

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20,400 and is expected to grow to

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DUST CONCERNS

Testing has shown that dust

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occasions and is associated with

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Canterbury conducted tests around

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final report released recently. Eight

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at two of the sites located on West

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EXPANSION PLANS

The Elmwood Club is looking

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facilities by building on a nearby

school. The Ministry of Education

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sporting hub” on land that belongs

to Heaton Normal Intermediate on

Heaton St.

SCIRT programme on the home straight

SCIRT’s five year programme of repairs to pipes, roads, bridges and retaining walls across

the city is almost complete and we’re aiming to finish construction in December.

The City Council and NZ Transport Agency will continue completing ongoing repairs to the

city's earthquake-damaged infrastructure after SCIRT.

What’s happening with some major projects:

• We’re almost finished connecting homes in Aranui to their new resilient vacuum wastewater

system. Storm water and roading work will continue until the end of the year.

• We’re more than two thirds through extensive repairs to the wastewater, storm water, fresh water and

roading networks in Parklands.

• We’ve repaired or rebuilt more than 100 bridges:

• Durham Street Overbridge repairs are now finished.

The historic Helmore’s Lane Bridge reopened to pedestrians and cyclists on 5

September after major rebuilding.

• Gloucester Street Bridge demolition work is done, reconstructing the bridge is well

underway and the deck is almost finished.

• Lyttelton is still busy with ongoing retaining wall repairs, underground pipe and roading repairs.

• Repairs to the wastewater networks in Fendalton, Strowan, Papanui and Bryndwr are due to

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News

Fearless Andy to the rescue

North Beach surfer

in Hawaiian shark

attack drama

THE FRIEND of a Christchurch

holiday-maker who rushed to

the aid of a woman attacked

by a shark in Hawaii says he is

“fearless”.

North Beach resident Andy

Chapman was surfing at Mākaha

Beach on Oahu Island last

Wednesday when a woman was

attacked by a shark about 100m

from him.

He paddled towards her after

she screamed for help, but before

he got there, she was pulled from

the water by other surfers and

lifeguards.

It is believed the 51-year-old

woman, a regular swimmer at

the beach, may have been attacked

by a 3m tiger shark. She

suffered gashes to her shoulder,

upper back and forearm.

Burwood-Pegasus Community

Board member Tim Sintes has

known Mr Chapman for about

35 years and was a groomsman at

his wedding.

Mr Sintes said Mr Chapman

was “fearless” and a real “down

to earth” guy.

“What he did in Hawaii did

not surprise me at all,” Mr Sintes

said.

“He would have been back in

the water the next day.”

Mr Chapman, 57, was on

holiday with his wife, Ineke, who

is the chairwoman of the North

Beach Residents’ Association.

Mr Chapman told the New

Zealand Herald the woman

looked as if she had been slit

open with a razor blade in about

three places and there was a lot

of blood.

“In the water, there is a definite

code of looking after others. A

swimmer on their own seems to

be a lot more vulnerable and also

will have more limbs in the water

acting as bait,” Mr Chapman

said.

He said he had never experienced

anything like this, but it

would not deter him from getting

back in the water.

Mr Sintes said the Chapmans

were keen surfers in both New

Brighton and Kaikoura, where

they go most weekends.

“Both of them have got this incredible

enthusiasm for life. You

hear the saying of work hard,

play hard, and that would sum

them up perfectly,” he said.

A similar attack happened at

Mākaha Beach six months ago,

when a 10-year-old boy was

mauled by a shark.

SCARY: North Beach resident Andy Chapman rushed to the

aid of a woman who had been attacked by a shark while he

holidayed in Hawaii last week.

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Home detention for

posting naked image

A CHRISTCHURCH

man who posted a naked

photo of his ex-girlfriend

on social media because he

was “unhappy” about their

relationship coming to an

end has been sentenced

to eight months home

detention.

Thomas James

Burborough, 28, was

sentenced on charges of

posting a harmful digital

communication and

possession of cannabis for

supply.

Judge Tony Couch said

that Burborough had been

in a relationship with a

woman. While together

they had each taken

intimate photos of each

other.

Judge Couch said the

defendant was unhappy

when the relationship

ended, so he sent

the victim messages

threatening to post

intimate photos of her on

social media if she did not

meet him.

On June 16 the victim

complained to the police

about Burborough. But as

she was being interviewed

by the police, he posted

a naked photo of her on

Instagram.

Judge Couch said what

Burborough had done had

been “highly distressing to

the victim.”

He said the distress

was “aggravated by the

name [of the victim] you

attached to the photo”.

Three days later police

searched Burborough’s

house and found 400g

of high-grade cannabis,

separated into nine “deal

bags”, and scales for

weighing the drug.

Judge Couch said the

defendant admitted that

he had bought the drug to

sell.

The judge said that

posting the photo online

had been a “gross breach

of trust”, as it had been

taken “in the course of an

intimate relationship”.

The judge said given the

fact that the defendant

had “expressly told her

the photo was online”, it

was clear it was posted

“with the express purpose

of humiliating her and

causing her distress”.

Judge Couch began

with a sentence of 22

months for the two

offences, adding two

months because of the

pre-meditation around the

drug offending.

However, a five-month

discount was given for

Burborough’s guilty

pleas, and two one-month

reductions for his remorse

and lack of previous

criminal history.

Arriving at a final

possible jail sentence of

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“appropriate remedy” for

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News

Convention Centre’s

costly break up

• By Shelley Robinson

IT IS likely taxpayers will be

stumping up more cash for the

Government’s doomed private

sector relationship for the

Convention Centre project.

The bill paid so far is already at

$5.5 million, but is likely to grow

due to the “close out” process

with the Government’s former

partner Plenary Conventions.

Labour MP Megan Woods said

it was not unusual when a commercial

contract was broken that

compensation was paid.

She asked Minister supporting

Greater Christchurch Regeneration

Gerry Brownlee via a

Parliamentary written question

how much discontinuing the

relationship had cost taxpayers.

Mr Brownlee, in response to

Dr Woods, said the “close out

process” was “ongoing” and

releasing the information could

prejudicially affect negotiations.

In late June, the Government

announced it would go it alone

on the project after the partnership

with Plenary Conventions –

made up of Carter Group headed

by rich-lister Philip Carter and

Ngai Tahu Property – broke

down.

The Star asked Mr Brownlee

questions regarding the close-out

process, including costs, who

conducted the negotiations and

which party ended the relationship.

Mr Brownlee forwarded the

questions to the Department

of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

DPMC said the questions

would have to be analysed under

the Official Information Act due

to legal and contractual issues.

Dr Woods said it was time for

Mr Brownlee to front up and

stop “palming off” questions to

the DPMC.

“Taxpayers deserve to know,

with the mess and delay of the

Convention Centre, (how much

it) is going to cost them. It’s

about holding the Government

to account,” said Dr Woods.

“For a minister not to stand up

and not take responsibility for

a position he is elected to is not

on.”

But Mr Brownlee said he felt

the Government had been as

transparent as it could over the

Convention Centre.

“It is not fair to describe queries

about the Convention Centre

as being “palmed off” to DPMC,

as ministers and Crown agents

have legal, contractual and

commercial constraints, which

opposition MPs do not have,” he

said.

The Convention Centre is expected

to be finished in late 2019.

Council talking

to town hall

insurers again

• By Shelley Robinson

THE CITY council is busy

negotiating with an insurer again

– this time over the town hall.

A $20 million renovation project,

including upgrade of bars

and the James Hay Theatre, was

underway when the earthquakes

struck.

Work to the value of $2.8 million

had been completed before

the town hall was damaged in

the September 4 and Boxing Day,

2010 earthquakes, and finally destroyed

in the February 22, 2011.

The city council’s insurance

claim is for a part of the $2.8

million for work paid for but not

actually completed, general manager

finance and commercial

Peter Gudsell said.

Members of the insurance subcommittee,

comprised of Mayor

Lianne Dalziel, Deputy Mayor

Vicki Buck, Cr Andrew Turner

and Cr Raf Manji, discussed the

problems with progressing the

claim behind closed doors earlier

this month.

What was discussed is not expected

to be released for at least

10 years due to “legal privilege”.

Cr Buck told The Star it was a

“pretty minor” issue.

It is not expected to affect the

$127.5 million rebuild currently

underway.

The city council was embroiled

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the re-insurers of Civic Assurance

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four years, finally receiving a

global settlement of $635 million

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G20 Hangzhou Summit Giving Prescriptions

for World Economic Governance

The Star

The 11th summit of the Group of 20 (G20) major economies was held in Hangzhou, China from September 4 to 5. Leaders of G20 members, guest countries and international

organizations gathered together to discuss ways of advancing global economic cooperation and development, and reached extensive consensus on pursuing innovative,

invigorated, interconnected and inclusive economic growth, a vision proposed by the host country of China. The world once again turned its eyes to the G20.

G20 as the premier forum for economic governance

Eight years ago when the world was ravaged by the 2008 financial crisis, G20 summit was launched

for member cooperation on international economic and financial issues. The then plummeting world

economy was stabilized and brought onto the track of recovery.

The G20 is widely recognized as the premier forum for global economic governance. This can be well

illustrated by the following figures: The G20 accounts for two thirds of the world population, 60% of total

land mass, 85% of global GDP and 80% of international trade. Hence, it is fair to say that the performance

of G20 economies has a direct bearing on the well-being of the world economy and that cooperation

among G20 members decides the future of international economic cooperation.

The G20 is different from previous cooperation mechanisms. Here, developed countries and developing

countries sit at the same table as equal partners, and discuss and decide on international economic

matters on an equal footing. This reflects a major change in the world economic pattern and represents

historical progress in keeping with the trend of our times.

In the face of the international financial crisis, G20 members have coordinated monetary and fiscal

policies, pushed ahead reform of international financial institutions, and brought the world economy

from the brink of precipice. This spirit of partnership and solidarity in times of difficulty is the most

valued asset of the G20.

World Economy at Crucial Juncture

Right now, the world economy and economic cooperation have reached another crucial turning point.

The momentum for global recovery remains weak. A lack of internal dynamism and a strong economic

foundation further prolongs the restructuring and adjustment process. The global economy is yet to fully

stabilize and bottom out from the crisis. Weak demand in advanced economies further moderates the

pace of recovery. Restructuring difficulties in the developing world add to downward pressure. Recently,

the International Monetary Fund (IMF) once again lowered its growth forecast for the global economy.

The world economy is therefore in a crucial transition period with both opportunities and challenges.

First, the old approach of stimulating growth merely through fiscal and monetary policies has become

less and less effective. Second, policies of the world’s major economies have clearly diverged, making it

harder to form synergy. Third, trade and investment protectionism is rearing its head, and the building of

an open economy remains a long and daunting task. And fourth, the world economy, though recovered

somewhat from the crisis, is still weak in growth and under constant downward pressure. At this crucial

juncture, the international community is full of expectations of this year’s G20 Summit, hoping that

outcomes from the Hangzhou Summit will reenergize the world economy.

China’s G20 Presidency This Year

China chose “Toward an Innovative, Invigorated, Interconnected and Inclusive World Economy” as the

theme of the Hangzhou Summit and identified four key priorities, namely, “breaking a new path for

growth”, “more effective and efficient global economic and financial governance”, “robust international

trade and investment” and “inclusive and interconnected development”. The theme and topics proposed

by China have received strong endorsement and support from other G20 members.

Since the beginning of this year, China has been engaged in preparation for the Hangzhou summit.

China adheres to an open and inclusive working style, and always attaches importance to all sorts of

views and respects all sorts of voices. China has been working closely with other G20 members, guest

countries and international organizations, which has deepened mutual understanding and enhanced

the ground for co-operation. China has also held outreach dialogue with almost all United Nations

member states, in particular the developing countries. China has strengthened communications with

the UN General Assembly, the African Union Headquarters, the G77, the Least Developed Countries,

landlocked countries and small island states, and listened widely to other parties and absorbed their

views and suggestions.

G20 activities run through the whole year of China’s presidency, with the culmination in the summit.

More than 60 events have been held in 20 Chinese cities, including 23 ministerial-level meetings. So far,

China has convened several rounds of sherpa meetings, finance ministerial and central bank governors’

meetings and finance and central bank deputies’ meetings, and ministerial meetings on trade, energy,

employment and agriculture, respectively. Major side events, such as the Labor 20, the Think Tank 20,

the Youth 20, the Women 20 and the Civil 20, were also held successfully. This series of intense and

productive works has synergized consensus to the greatest extent and paved the way for the convening

of the Hangzhou summit.

Consensus Reached at the G20 Hangzhou Summit

Leaders attending the Hangzhou summit reached extensive consensus on seeking workable solutions to

global growth and development. The summit attempted to provide a therapy that can bring the world

economy back on to a healthy growth trajectory.

Charting a New Course

Leaders decided to point out the way and set the course for the world economy. They are committed

to reinforce macro-policy dialogue and coordination, work in the spirit of partnership to promote

mutual help and win-win cooperation, and focus their minds and energy to pursue strong, sustainable,

balanced and inclusive growth. They agreed that a mix of effective tools, including fiscal, monetary and

structural ones, must be implemented to buffer against short-term risks and unleash medium to long

term potential. This will send a strong signal of G20’s commitment to promoting global growth, and help

shore up market confidence and ensure stability of global financial markets.

Blueprint on Innovative Growth

The leaders were determined to break a new path for growth to inject new dynamism into the world

economy. They envisioned that the world should pursue innovation-driven economy and create a new

round of growth and prosperity. The leaders unanimously adopted the G20 Blueprint on Innovative

Growth, which reflects their desire to find the right path toward sustainable and healthy growth. The

G20 members will capitalize on the new opportunities brought about by innovation, new industrial

revolution, digital economy and other new factors and business types, and make a series of action plans.

The blueprint provides the consensus, action plan and the overall framework to open up a new path for

global growth and increase long term potential of the world economy.

Better Governance

The leaders were also determined to improve global economic and financial governance to enhance the

resilience of the world economy. They agreed to advance the quota and governance reform of international

financial institutions, broaden the use of Special Drawing Rights(SDR), strengthen the global financial

safety net and make the international monetary system more stable and resilient. They will also enhance

international tax cooperation, and join efforts of anti-corruption to deprive all corrupt persons of any

safe haven in G20 countries and beyond.

Boost key engines

The leaders were committed to revitalize international trade and investment as the key engines of growth

and build an open world economy. G20 members reiterated their stance to oppose trade protectionism

and support multilateral trading mechanisms in pursuit of trade growth, and formulated guiding

principles for investment policymaking to facilitate investment around the world.

Inclusive Growth

Consensus was also made to promote inclusive and interconnected development, so that G20 cooperation

will deliver benefits to the whole world. The leaders agreed to deepen cooperation on financial inclusion,

green finance and climate funds, and formulated an action plan on energy access, renewable energy

and energy efficiency. The summit featured the participation of the largest ever number of developing

economies. And for the first time, the summit put development at the center of global macro policy

framework and made a groundbreaking action plan implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable

Development.

Significance of G20 for Sino-New Zealand Cooperation

China and New Zealand have both benefited from the strengthening of international economic

cooperation and have been actively engaged in the process of global governance. Bilateral cooperation

between China and New Zealand has deepened rapidly due to the joint commitments to free trade and

investment especially during the past few years.

In terms of the economic cooperation, New Zealand was the first among developed countries to

recognize China’s full Market Economy Status (MES) and sign free trade agreement (FTA) with China.

New Zealand’s export to China grew 33 per cent, far greater than the average export increase of less than

6 per cent with its other trading partners since it signed FTA with China in 2008. New Zealand’s exports

to China increased from less than 6 per cent of the overall exports seven years ago to nearly 20 per cent in

2014. At the same time, China remains New Zealand’s biggest import country. The bilateral trade volume

between New Zealand and China is expected to reach 30billion NZ dollars by 2020.

It is worth noting that New Zealand also became the first western country to join the Asian Infrastructure

Investment Bank initiated by China in 2015. Interconnectivity and inconclusiveness are key factors for

a vigorous world economic and trade system. Such a decision would consolidate the economic and

political links between New Zealand and Asian countries and bring about more opportunities for the

future development of New Zealand.

The G20 summit has substantial implication for New Zealand and Sino-New Zealand relations.

Maintaining a stable world economy and achieving its recovery is a matter of concern for all countries

including New Zealand. Though not a member of G20, New Zealand was invited to attend the G20 Trade

Ministers Meeting. And the development for a strategy of global trade growth was discussed during

the meeting. New Zealand would benefit from the decisions and commitments made at G20 summit to

reenergize international trade and investment. Moreover, economic growth requires innovation. New

Zealand and China have also deepened cooperation in promoting innovation in areas like agricultural

technology, environment, and medicine. The outcomes of the G20 Hangzhou summit for promoting

better international economic governance would boost the potential of Sino-New Zealand cooperation

in the future.


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News

Increase in

requests for

litter collection

• By Tom Doudney

THERE WERE almost 1000

more requests for street cleaning

and litter collection around the

city in the 12 months to June 30,

compared to the previous year.

The city council received 4403

such requests in the last financial

year, compared to 3423 the previous

year.

City councillor Yani Johanson

(left) said he was concerned that

the increase in requests could be

related to a drop in the frequency

of street sweeping and litter collection.

“I have been getting complaints

as a local councillor over rubbish

bins frequently overflowing with

litter, streets that are just not being

tidied,” he said.

Cr Johanson referred to the example

of Chelsea St, near Eastgate

Shopping Centre, where street

sweeping has been changed from

a two-week to a four-week cycle

during the last year.

At last week’s city council meeting

he requested a detailed report

to the Infrastructure, Transport

and Environment Committee

analysing the increased requests

and identifying key hot spots.

Health hub plans revisited

• By Gabrielle Stuart

PLANS TO build a new health

hub and maternity unit in

the central city, which were

scrapped because of asbestos

contamination, may still go

ahead.

When Pegasus Health was

looking to replace its Bealey

Ave 24-hour Surgery in 2013, it

developed a plan to build on the

former Christchurch Women’s

Hospital site on

Colombo St.

But the plan

was dropped

because of the

“complexity

and cost” of

dealing with

asbestos on the site.

A new site for the medical

centre was found on Madras St

instead, and the Colombo St site

has sat empty since.

The Canterbury District

Health Board is now looking at

building a new birthing unit on

the land.

CDHB planning and funding

general manager Carolyn

Gullery (above) said the site was

still contaminated with asbestos,

but the health board was

looking at ways to manage it.

She said options for the site

EMPTY: The site of the former Christchurch Women’s

Hospital on Colombo St has sat empty since the hospital

was demolished in 2008.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

were being looked at, but there

were no set time frames around

the project.

There are currently 45 maternity

beds at the Christchurch

Women’s Hospital maternity

unit, and she said on average

30-40 women were admitted

each day.

The CDHB also has a threeyear

contract with St George’s

Hospital to provide maternity

services, which expires in 2019.

Across Canterbury, about

6000 babies are born each

year.

There was currently enough

capacity to meet the needs of all

Canterbury women within the

system, she said.

The Colombo St hospital was

built in the 1950s, but demolished

in 2008 after the current

Christchurch Hospital facilities

opened.

The future use of the land

had not been decided when the

building was demolished.

In Brief

HEALTH VIDEOLINK

A proposed 24-hour medical

facility in Rolleston could

see doctors at Christchurch

Hospital giving instructions to

nurses via videolink to provide

around the clock care for Selwyn

residents. The facility could later

be expanded to include other

health services. The proposal has

come out of discussions between

the Selwyn District Council,

Canterbury District Health

Board and St John.

MUSIC SCHOOL GRANT

The Christchurch School of

Music has received $5792.24

from The Mazda Foundation

to purchase violin and cello

cases needed to protect the

instruments when moving

them to different environments

for practice, solo recitals,

indoor concerts and outdoor

events.

DEADLINE FOR PRINCIPAL

Lyttelton Primary School has

to appoint a new principal by

November 26 to replace the

departing principal Diana Feary.

Mrs Feary announced her

resignation two weeks ago the

school is now looking for a

successor by late November to

take the reigns as principal in

2017.

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Programme

to get

beneficiaries

working

• By Gabrielle Stuart

JUST ONE in five of the 2800

working-age Cantabrians on a

health benefit are expected to

ever return to work – but a trial

programme ready to launch in

Christchurch aims to change that.

The programme will focus especially

on young people aged 18-24,

but covered people right up to

age 50, co-ordinator and Pegasus

Health operations manager Lisa

Brennan said.

She said they often struggled

with mental health conditions,

many with anxiety or depression.

Under the new programme, two

co-ordinators would be appointed

to work alongside a small group of

people, helping them solve problems

they were facing that were

keeping them from work.

There are lots of services out

there, but the gap we’re seeing is

for someone to wrap around the

person and get them ready to use

those services,” she said.

The trial programme is still

waiting on its funding from Ministry

of Social Development to be

approved, but she hoped it would

start before the end of the year.

Mileage claims cost $30k

City councillors and

community board

members have

claimed more than

$30,000 in mileage

during the last

three years. Bridget

Rutherford reports

COMMUNITY board

members and a city councillor

representing Banks Peninsula

made up the majority of those

who claimed back their mileage

costs over the past term.

Akaroa-

Wairewa Community

Board

chairwoman Pam

Richardson (left)

got $11,468 back

from the city

council, which

made up a third

of the total claims.

Lyttelton-Mt Herbert Community

Board chairwoman

Paula Smith came in second at

$7819, while Banks Peninsula

city councillor Andrew Turner

claimed $6868.

City councillors and community

board members can claim

TRAVEL COSTS: More than $30,000 has been claimed back

by elected members for mileage over the past term.

back 74c for every kilometre and two city councillors claimed

they travel over 30km when they their mileage back, in total costing

the city council $33,990.

are going to and from council

or board business in their own Mrs Richardson, who lives in

vehicles.

Pigeon Bay, serves on the community

board, as well as other

The rates are set by the Remuneration

Authority.

community, Environment Canterbury

and council groups.

Banks Peninsula representatives

have to drive further to She said with the two Banks

get to council-related meetings, Peninsula community boards

because the wards cover a larger merging after October’s elections,

the amount of travel

area.

Of the 28 community board would increase.

representatives and 13 city councillors,

only five board members to Lyttelton, Little River

Members would have to travel

and

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Akaroa for meetings, she said.

“For prospective members

it will be considerably more

travel.”

Akaroa-Wairewa Community

Board members Lyndon Graham

and Janis Haley claimed

$5431 and $1490.

Burwood-

Pegasus Community

Board

member Linda

Stewart and

Spreydon-

Heathcote city

councillor Tim

Scandrett (left)

were the only ones to claim

mileage back who were not representing

Banks Peninsula.

Ms Stewart claimed $526,

while Cr Scandrett got $385.

Cr Scandrett said he clocked

up mileage travelling to Rolleston

for his fortnightly Selwyn-

Waihora Zone Committee

meetings.

“We do a lot of running

around, but in town it’s short

stints. On Banks Peninsula they

do huge kilometres.”

Ms Stewart said she claimed

her mileage back over a sixmonth

period, when she was

living in Pegasus.


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‘Army’ to the rescue

• By Gabrielle Stuart

THE PLIGHT of children

rescued from their homes

by Child, Youth and Family,

sometimes with nothing but

the clothes on their back, has

mobilised an army.

“Paddy’s Army”, that is – a

group of about 25 St Patrick’s

School pupils in Bryndwr who

have collected almost 150 pairs of

pyjamas to give to foster children.

The pyjamas will be included in

backpacks made up by volunteer

group Foster Hope Christchurch,

which also include things like

toiletries, books and soft toys.

Co-ordinator Ngarie Worsley

said the packs were personalised

for each foster child, to try to make

them feel loved and valued at a

rough point in their lives, when

they had to leave their own homes

to move in with a foster family.

“We used to see children come

with garbage bags full of stuff,

and if your stuff is in a garbage

bag you don’t exactly feel so

great,” she said.

The St Patrick’s pupils were

inspired to help by the stories

of one of their classmates, who

was a foster child, Paddy’s Army

member Izzy Gibson said.

“We thought that we’re so

PJS: St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School pupils Kate Wield and

Izzie Gibson with some of the 148 pairs of pyjamas their class

raised money to buy for foster children. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

lucky to have all the things that

we have, when some people are

being taken out of their homes

in the middle of the night to go

to a family that they don’t even

know,” she said.

They created posters, spoke in assembly

to inspire their fellow pupils

to help, and did “a lot of nagging”

to collect the pyjamas, fellow army

member Kate Wield said.

In the past, the pupils have

organised a blanket collection for

St Vincent de Paul, and they plan

to do more to help local charities

in the future.

Mrs Worsley said the pupils’

effort would make a huge difference

to Foster Hope, which works

to put together about 5000 packs

each year.

“It just blows my mind and I

think it’s incredible, because 150

pairs of pyjamas means that we

can more than do what we need

to do this year,” she said.

She said the charity still needed

donations of things like toiletries,

small toys or craft activities.

•More information can be

found at www.fosterhope.

org.nz/christchurch.

$26,000 raised

for Maddie

MORE THAN $26,000 was

raised for a St Margaret’s

College pupil in need of a

kidney transplant.

A total of $26,218.10 has been

donated to 12-year-old Maddie

Collins (right) following a ball

held recently for her.

Maddie Collins is in need

of a kidney transplant and her

best hopes of finding a suitable

match require her to travel to

the United States. The trip is

expected to cost $350,000.

The ball was held on September

3 and the money was raised

from ticket sales, donations

and an auction.

Fundraising efforts continue

with a national mufti day

planned for tomorrow.

West Melton School is joining

the fundraising efforts to

help ex-pupil Maddie, who lives

in the area.

The event has been put

together for schools and businesses

across the country to get

involved in.

West Melton School principal

Sue Jackson said the school

had no hesitation in getting

involved in ‘Mufti Day for

Maddie.’

“We were touched by Maddie

and her family when she was

a student here. Maddie is such

a wonderful girl who has so

much to offer. Taking part in

this event is the least we can do.

“We often have mufti days

for good causes. I can’t think

of a better one than this,” Mrs

Jackson said.

The mufti day is a fundraising

event held across the country

for schools and businesses

to help raise the money needed

for Maddie to get to the US.

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EDITORIAL

Rugby, racism

. . . and a stripper

IT’S BEEN a turbulent week for

rugby.

There was the fallout from

New Zealand Rugby Union

over the inquiry into the Chiefs

stripper saga, and revelations

she was manhandled during the

post Super season mad Monday

antics.

There was

criticism of

how independent

the NZRFU

inquiry was.

As the Chiefs

and New

Zealand rugby

have found,

players, too

much booze,

and a stripper

don’t mix well

in these days of social media

and much more transparency

demanded of our sporting stars.

It has been a public relations

disaster for the Chiefs and to a

lesser extent the NZRFU.

The All Blacks restored order

of sorts by grabbing the headlines

with another magnificent

display, demolishing Argentina

in Hamilton on Saturday.

But that was a just a refreshing

interlude for the code as another

cauldron continued to boil

away.

Late last week it was revealed

the stand-off between St Thomas

of Canterbury and Christ’s

College over racism allegations

could not be resolved amicably.

There was an allegation that

a Christ’s player called a St

Thomas’s player “a f.... black

African rat” during an under 14

match.

Yes, that’s correct – under 14s.

So we’re talking 13-year-olds

here.

It could have and should

have been resolved between

the schools. St Thomas’ wanted

the accused player to apologise

through a restorative process.

But Christ’s disputed whether

the incident actually took place,

and it was from here that the

situation turned to custard.

A formal

complaint was

then lodged

by St Thomas,

lawyers were

engaged, a

hearing held

and 13-year-old

rugby players

thrown into the

judicial cauldron

where they gave

evidence.

This week

the saga continued to dominate

headlines. The complaint was

upheld and now the CRFU will

follow a process of determining

the penalty, which will be potentially

followed by an appeal

process if Christ’s wish to go

down that track.

So more bad publicity coming

for rugby.

The best way of ending this

sorry saga would be to follow

the initial wish of St Thomas

principal Christine O’Neill.

All, she and the recipient of the

racial abuse wanted, was an

apology.

Christ’s had every right to dispute

if they truly believed their

player had been falsely accused.

But it appears the evidence at

the CRFU hearing hasn’t supported

that.

It’s now time to shake hands

and move on.

And a final word on the

Chiefs’ saga: The real judges

there will be the players’ wives

and girlfriends.

We said:

A Givealittle page aiming to

raise $1m for David Bain is

floundering. The donations

are currently sitting at

$11,730.

You said:

Lauren Bailey – I saw this

Givealittle page a few weeks ago

and it turned my stomach. As

many people have said, the page

is for people in need.

Mr Bain is hardly out of pocket.

There are children, heck even

adults on the Givealittle page,

with serious life-threatening illnesses

– cancer, tumours, liver/

brain/heart diseases – and there

are people giving money to this

guy (who in reality, we don’t 100

per cent know whether he did

or didn’t commit the heinous

murders) over these poor, and

deserving people.

Obviously the Givealittle organisers

have approved the page

but I feel it’s a complete abuse

and mockery of the good that

they do.

TC Castle – Sorry, but

Givealittle is for people in need.

How about opening a Givealittle

page for Christchurch people

who are still effected by the 2011

Comprehensive programme

THE Household Incomes Report

is showing growing incomes,

no increase in poverty, and

housing costs that justify

the Government’s focus on

addressing housing needs in New

Zealand.

Every year, the Ministry for

Social Development releases a report

on the incomes and spending

of New Zealand households.

Released last week, the 2014/2015

report is showing improvements

on a range of fronts and confirms

the issue of rising housing costs

that the Government is addressing

with our comprehensive

housing programme.

Incomes have increased

February earthquake? A lot of

those people still don’t have quality

of life.

David Bain has already been

paid out. Get your priorities

right.

Tanya Didham – There was

enough evidence, and he was

sent to prison for life. Without

the continued misguided efforts

of Joe Karam, his case would not

have been revisited.

He was acquitted in 2007

because police did such a poor

job of collecting and storing evidence

from the scene (thinking it

was open and shut), that reasonable

doubt could be successfully

argued. However, he was not

proved innocent, and he was not

paid compensation; but rather a

bizarre $925,000 bribe from the

Ministry of Justice to stop taking

strongly since 2011, with incomes

before housing costs rising just

under three per cent per year in

real terms.

These increases were also

shared reasonably evenly across

all income groups. In fact, since

the Global Financial Crisis,

the median household income

has increased by 12 per cent,

outperforming most developed

legal action – which presumably

he agreed to.

We said:

Eleven year-old Jesse

George thought he was

having a regular check up

when his care worker Paul

Graham came to his house

last week. But instead, he

was told he was going to

Disneyland, thanks to Koru

Care Christchurch and Air

New Zealand.

You said:

Gerry Brownlee

Kathryn Robinson – I had

tears rolling down my face when

I saw this in the paper this morning.

I’m so pleased for Jesse, he’s

an awesome young man and this

trip will be incredible.

countries, including the United

States and the United Kingdom.

Additionally, there is no evidence

for rising income inequality.

The income gains are not all

to the rich, as some people are

claiming.

Instead, the top one per cent

have seen their share of income

steady or falling since the mid-

1990s.

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Maria Mann – Awesome,

have a great time Jesse. Our

daughter went when she was

eight-years-old. A nurse at the

hospital nominated her.

Joel Bender – That’s wonderful,

Jesse’s gonna love it.

We said:

Developer Richard Peebles

is looking to by a block of

central city land to turn

into an International-style

fresh food market.

You said:

Erina Parks – Great idea, as

long as he provides a car park

as well for those of us whose

cycling days are over.

Bruce Denton – That’s what

we should have, the rest of the

world has them why not us.

Rebecca Foulds – Fabulous

idea and a great enticement to

visit the inner-city – can’t wait.

Sue Meadows – Brilliant,

just what we need here for the

city.

Sandra Dale – Brilliant idea,

would definitely support this.

Kevin Garty – Superb idea.

is addressing housing issues

Different measures of poverty

indicate stable or decreasing

levels of poverty, with material

hardship in children falling in

recent years.

The report covers the

2014/2015 period, so all this is

before the Government’s benefit

and Working for Families increases

earlier this year. Lower

income households often do

it tough, but under National

their incomes and Government

assistance have steadily risen in

real terms.

The report also confirms that

housing costs are taking up a

greater proportion of household

incomes. For the 20 per cent

We said:

Barriers have been

installed in Sumner

to stop Pokemon Go

players driving up onto

the footpath to play the

game. Since July, people

had been complaining

of people driving their

of households with the lowest

incomes, housing costs as a proportion

of income have increased

from 29 per cent in the late 1980s

to 54 per cent currently.

This increase is why the

Government is taking housing

seriously with our comprehensive

housing package and both

increasing funding for community

housing and better targeting

assistance from Housing New

Zealand.

Housing New Zealand is

rationalising its social housing

stock by selling houses that are

the wrong size or in the wrong

place and building more units

that suit the people who actually

vehicles up onto the

pavement next to Beach

Bar on the Esplanade and

illegally parking.

You said:

Tanya Didham – Is Pokemon

still a thing? I thought it

was over again.

Will Hunter – Any idea what

the cost of these were?

Kyle Turner – Make them

pay for it.

We said:

Lincoln University’s vicechancellor

has reportedly

said the university would

be ‘dead’ in a year, if it did

not get to surplus. The

university has been under

dire financial pressure,

after a recorded $6m loss

in the last financial year.

You said:

Pamela Neil – Why can’t the

Government help out here? They

can give money to Laos.

Hugh Jonathan McGuire –

That’s really awkward.

Marie Stanley – Paying the

lecturers so much.

need them.

The Government is also increasing

funding to community

and emergency housing, with

$41.1 million to emergency accommodation

and grants and

$9 million to community groups

that help the homeless and housing

insecure.

There is a lot to be happy

about in the Household Incomes

Report – and where there is a

concerning trend with housing

costs, the government is addressing

the issue with a wide range

of policies.

Gerry Brownlee is

Minister supporting Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

LOOK ALIVE Christchurch –

The Boss is coming!

In very exciting news,

American music legend Bruce

Springsteen has announced

he will be playing a show in

Christchurch the day before the

sixth anniversary of the February

earthquakes.

As a self-confessed fan of

Springsteen, this is news to

celebrate. I first saw him play live

in 2013 and another concert can’t

come soon enough.

The really exciting

thing about this

show is how it came

about – the result

of a year’s long

lobbying campaign

by local people.

The effort began

after Springsteen’s

classic My City of

Ruins became a

bit of an unofficial

anthem for many

local people after

the earthquakes – a

YouTube montage of

footage from the day

set to the song has been viewed

over 40,000 times.

The song’s lyrics, not just the

mourning of a city in ruins, but

impassioned pleas for its people

to “rise up” and “begin again”

struck a real chord for thousands

of Cantabrians battling through

the years after the earthquakes.

Springsteen himself seemed

aware of the fact his song had

taken on a bit of a life of its own

in our little corner of the world

– at a show in Auckland in 2014

he actually dedicated the song

to “our brothers and sisters in

Christchurch.”

Spurred by the response, a

range of musicians, fans and

Megan Woods

Springsteen concert

will be a boost for city

local people have been working

hard for years to lure The Boss

to Christchurch. A Facebook

group asking him to play a show

here got 14,000 likes, alongside

thousands of signatures on a

change.org petition.

The fact that the community

campaign has succeed and

Springsteen will be here in

Christchurch six years after the

day of the devastating earthquake

is fantastic. What’s even more

exciting is that local

Christchurch singer

Marlon Williams,

an incredibly

talented young

Cantabrian, will be

opening for him. It’s

great exposure for a

Christchurch music

scene that itself

did so much to lift

people up after the

earthquakes,

One of my

favourite stories

about postearthquake

Christchurch is

actually about local band the

Eastern who spent the weeks

after the quakes doing free

community concerts. They said

it was their way of using the

talents they had to give back to

the city. I know that listening to

the Eastern playing in Church

Square in Addington lifted my

spirits.

Springsteen’s concert will be

a great boost for the city, but

it’ll also be a chance to celebrate

music’s ability to bring people

together, and a great reminder

of what local people can achieve

when we put our minds to it.

Megan Woods is Labour’s

Canterbury spokeswoman

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World champion rower has eye

Jack Lopas has just

returned from the

World Rowing Junior

Championships with

a gold medal hanging

around his neck, and he is

straight into NCEA study.

Bridget Rutherford spoke

to him about beating his

crewmate at Maadi Cup,

and holding the unofficial

national record for his

2km ergometer

So you’ve just won gold in the

double sculls – how does it feel

to be a world champion?

I’ve actually been asked that a

lot, but it’s kind of hard because

it doesn’t really feel that much

different. It’s a funny feeling

thinking you’re the top in the

world in your event.

Can you run me through the

race?

It was really rough at race

time, so we had to take that into

account. We’ve always been a bit

slower off the start, so we just

stuck to our guns and focused

on our middle kilometre. We

took the lead in the third 500m

just after the 1km mark, which is

where we wanted that to happen.

What was running through

your mind at the start line, were

you nervous?

I was the most nervous in the

heats because you don’t know

what to expect. I was a bit shaky,

and with the rough conditions

it was another thing resting on

your mind.

What about when you crossed

the finish line?

It was a huge relief for all that

stress to be over and not having

to worry about the result. It

was a pretty unreal feeling. It’s

painful during the race but after

winning you feel like it wasn’t

too bad and it was all worth it.

Did you have a bit of a chance

to catch up with some of the

competitors from the other

countries you were racing afterwards?

ACHIEVEMENT: Jack Lopas, 17, has represented New Zealand

in rowing twice and hopes to compete at the Olympics.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

We caught up with the Italy

and Germany crews on the

podium, and you have a big shirt

swap with the other countries.

A lot of them will return to

other world champs. I talked to

a couple of guys from last year

as well.

So this is your second year of

competing at juniors?

Yep, I was in the reserve double

last year. We still raced and got

second in the B final. It was

good motivation to come back

this year, and it makes it a lot

easier racing once you’ve done

it already. You have a bit more

experience.

When did you begin rowing?

I started at the end of third form.

I’ve done four years of it now.

So you were at Lincoln

High School before shifting

to Christchurch Boys’ High

School, why the shift?

It was for the rowing – I was

GOING FOR GOLD: Jack Lopas and Lenny Jenkins racing in the

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the only rower at Lincoln, so I

was doing it once a week down

at Kerrs Reach with one other. I

started at boys’ high in 2013 – in

year 10. My mum and dad both

rowed and I have a couple of

uncles who did, and my granddad

rowed for New Zealand. So

I thought I might do it. I enjoyed

doing it by myself, but I felt like

I needed to be doing it with a

group. My parents both rowed

at club level and got a couple of

national medals.

And you would have been to a

couple of Maadi Cups, how did

you go in those?

I’ve been to three. I didn’t

make Maadi in my first year. But

in my first season competing

I got a bronze in the under-16

quadruple sculls and then the

next year I got silver in the

under-17 double sculls, under-17

quadruple sculls and in the

under-18 quadruple sculls. In my

last season this year, I got gold

in the under-18 single, double

and quad, and a bronze in the

under-18 eight.

At Maadi the under-18 eights

are the big races to win – which

medal did you enjoy winning

the most?

I think the quad. I was the

most excited after winning it

because it’s a group of four mates

who train together the whole

season.

What’s your favourite boat to

race?

I’d say the double; I’ve always

clicked in the double.

And you’re the national record

holder for your age group

for the 2km erg, that’s pretty

impressive, what was your

time?

I don’t know if it’s actually

official, but I pulled 5min 57sec.

I’ve always progressed with

each erg, I’ve never gone

backwards.

You beat Olympic champion

Hamish Bond’s time didn’t you?

I pulled faster than Hamish

Bond’s time when he was my

age. I think Eric Murray and

Hamish Bond pull around the

5min 42sec mark.

Do you remember what your

very first erg was in your novice

season?

It was 7min 50sec. I wouldn’t

say the 2km erg is the worst part

of rowing, but it’s not very enjoyable.

It gets blown up to be such

a big thing.

So you’re from Little River

aren’t you?

Yes, I live about 4km from the

township on a lifestyle block. I

actually went into Little River

School when I got back, because

my mum teaches there and had

been keeping the kids updated.

I went in and had a chat to all

the kids and took in my medal. I

went there from year 1-8, and my

younger brother is still there.

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How many siblings do you have?

I’ve got an older sister and three younger

brothers. We are quite a big rugby family,

all of my brothers made Ellesmere representative

teams and two of them made

Canterbury Country teams.

Do you play rugby yourself?

I used to play, last year was the first year

since I was four that I haven’t played

because I couldn’t due to juniors. I did

miss it, I was watching all of my brothers’

games. I was playing prop in the Boys’

High 16As before I stopped playing.

Training must take up a lot of your

time, can you run me through the training

you do?

We probably do 10-12 trainings a week.

We always have Sunday’s off. But we train

most mornings and some afternoons we

have two trainings. So we might do one

gym session and one session on the water

on an afternoon. You get into the swing

of it. It’s a similar number of trainings

to school rowing, but it’s just a lot more

intense, and there is a bigger picture to it.

And you go up and train in Cambridge

leading up to the junior champs don’t

you?

After you get selected you come back

down for two months and do your own

training, then you go back up for two

months for training. I was lucky because I

had done it before, but you do miss being

at home with your family and at school.

And by the sound of your training

schedule you will be eating your mum

out of house and home, how much do you

have to eat to fuel your body?

She does notice the difference. But I have

three brothers so they eat a lot too. You just

have to chuck in more pasta and potatoes.

Up north we would eat two breakfasts and

a full lunch and a big dinner, then a couple

of extra bits in the middle, like a banana

and honey sandwich or something.

So what about your double partner, did

you know him before this year?

I met him last year at Maadi, he beat

me in all three of those events I got silver

in. He was in juniors last year as well. But

I versed him this year at Maadi and beat

him in all three events and he got silver in

all of them. So it was quite funny.

What are your goals with rowing?

I think one day I do want to compete at

the Olympics but that’s quite a few years

away and there’s a long road ahead.

Where did you compete last year? You

must have to do a fair bit of fundraising

to get over there?

It was in Rio last year. We did have to do

fundraising, I had a Givealittle page. The

support I got from the Little River community

was just so good. I came straight

back from Rotterdam this year to get back

to school.

So you’re in your last year of school

currently, have you decided what you will

do when you finish?

I think I’ll focus on this next rowing

season, and make a decision then.

And when you’re not rowing, or training

or at school, what you like to do in

your spare time?

I do a lot of work for granddad in

Clarkville, just helping him out. And

hanging out with my brothers – I try to get

to as much of their sport as I can, because

they make it to mine. But between school

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• By Bridget Rutherford

SIXTY KILOMETRES west

of Christchurch is a little rural

township sitting at the edge of

the Canterbury Plains.

You would be forgiven if you

thought it was sleepy.

It was badly hit in the

September 2010 and February

2011 earthquakes.

As a result, its stone

Anglican church was

damaged and boarded up, its

hotel was too costly for the

publican to repair and was

sold, its hall is still being used

but needs repairs, and the

district’s homesteads bore the

brunt of the quakes.

But for the past year, 200

volunteers having been busy

organising the Hororata

Highland Games.

Come November 5, more

than 9000 people will head

to the domain to watch, take

part and enjoy the games – the

largest in New Zealand.

They say all good ideas are

hatched over a nice glass of

wine, and the highland games

was no exception.

Dee Innes, a Windwhistle

farmer who has been involved

in the community for 30

years, was on the founding

committee that set up the

Hororata Community Trust,

which runs the games.

It was formed following the

September 2010 earthquake.

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However, the group of 10

people were used to working

together before that.

In February 2010, the group

was raising money for both St

John’s Anglican Church and

Christ Church Cathedral.

“It was because Peter

Beck [former Christ Church

Cathedral dean] had told us

the Cathedral was costing

$30,000 a day or week to run,

so it was thought we could

help with that and, at the same

time, help St John’s,” Mrs

Innes said.

Ironically, both churches

were in better shape then than

they are now – the Cathedral’s

future is still unclear, and

St John’s is still boarded up

after its bell tower collapsed

through the roof.

On September 4 that year,

the 7.1 magnitude earthquake

hit, and the following day the

group members decided they

better get back together, Mrs

Innes said.

The Hororata Community

Trust was born and, in turn,

the highland games, which

has steadily grown from about

3000 people at its inaugural

event in 2011 to 9000 last year.

“We were a group that were

used to working together. I

think that was why we were so

lucky to organise a large event

afterwards,” Mrs Innes said.

“It would be fair to say the

trust was founded with the

rebuild of St John’s in mind.”

The money raised by the

trust goes back into the

community, but the idea to

start the highland games was

not just for residents, she said.

“I think people were looking

for something different

and something to get their

mind off the earthquakes

and looking to get out of

Christchurch.”


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RURAL: There will be sheep shearing demonstrations during the highland

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Mrs Innes organises the

stalls at the games, which

sell clothes, craft, wood

craft, jewellery, leather and

food.

There were usually about

100 stalls there and perhaps

one of the most popular

sells the Hororata tartan

and whisky.

They are very popular

indeed.”

The tartan fabric was

gifted to the community

in 2012 by the Scottish

Tartans’ Authority and

the whisky – Hororata

blend and Hororata single

malt – come from Adelphi

Distillery in Scotland.

The trust members enjoy

a brew or two together, Mrs

Innes said.

“It’s been known to happen.”

Event manager Cindy

Driscoll is coming into her

third year of organising the

event. However, she was

around when it all began.

The idea was hatched

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Other popular events

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kilted mile, Southfuels tug

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Mrs Driscoll said organisers

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fresh ideas for the games

each year.

She said one of the new

events this year would be

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pull, which is open to

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Contestants have to pull

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Tech industry vibrant in city

Rapidly

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interest and

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CANTERBURY’S technology

industry is growing again

following the 2011 earthquake,

NZTech chief executive Graeme

Muller says.

The Canterbury tech summit

to be held in Christchurch today

is a sell-out which is not surprising

considering the rapidly

increasing interest and investment

in all things technology,

Mr Muller (left) said.

“Technology is growing at a

staggering pace around New

Zealand which now has about

29,000 tech firms, contributing

$16.2 billion to gross domestic

product, $6.3 billion in exports

and employing almost 100,000

Kiwis,” he said.

“Technology is New Zealand’s

fastest growing and third largest

export sector. Christchurch now

has its own vibrant tech sector.

It is one of New Zealand’s

top regions for IT businesses.

Christchurch companies include

the listed SLI Systems, Diligent

Board Books and Wynyard, as

well as global niche players such

as Tait, Trimble and Dynamic

Controls.

The Canterbury Tech Cluster

is playing a big part in helping

technology growth in South Island’s

biggest city and they have

done a great job in organising

the big tech summit this week.

The timing is right for Canterbury

to step up as a leader in NZ

tech sector growth.

“With rebuild activities at a

turning point, a strong regional

tech network and a clearly defined

strategy for the Christchurch

tech sector, the Canterbury

tech community is in a healthy

position to help strengthen the

nation’s tech sector growth.

The Canterbury tech sector

contributes $2.4 billion worth

of GDP and 14,837 jobs to the

local economy and combines

grass roots organisations with

large technology companies to

produce some of the best innovations

in New Zealand.

“Technology impacts almost

every aspect of our lives and is a

COMPETITIVE:

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leader in NZ

tech sector

growth.

very competitive global market.

Growth of the Canterbury

tech sector is important but it

is equally as important for all

regions to work together and

share knowledge to help grow

the nation’s economy.”

Physically New Zealand’s

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and is experiencing growth in

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NZTech is supporting the

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Hororata-based Selwyn Sawmills

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She said the 2013 storm was a

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They all went to port or were

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Business

Young take dim view of NZ super

• By Tasmyn Parker

MOST YOUNG people expect

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will be means-tested and the age

of entitlement lifted by the time

they retire – and fewer than a

quarter think it will be enough

to live off.

The findings are the latest

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being undertaken by Massey

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The study began in 2012 with

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In April a survey put to the

group asking them about planning

for their retirement found

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for NZ Super to increase

and 73 per cent expect means

testing to be introduced.

Currently the pension is paid

at 65 and is not means tested.

Only 23 per cent believe NZ

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Claire Matthews, co-author

of the report, said it appeared

young people were being realistic

about the future of New Zealand

Superannuation.

There has been a lot of talk

about the age of eligibility needing

to go up.”

While Prime Minister John

Key has said that won’t happen

under his watch Matthews said

young people recognised there

was still a lot of time before they

retired.

“In their case it is 40 additional

years plus before they are going

to get to that point and in

that time there is likely to be

changes,” she said.

The truth is it’s not sustainable

for NZ Super to be available

at 65. The Government needs to

move sooner rather than later

because the longer they leave it,

the harder it is going to be,” she

said.

“With enough time, the age of

eligibility can be raised gradually,

which lessens the impact on

everyone.”

Ms Matthews said the survey

provided evidence that younger

New Zealanders accept that they

will not retire with the same level

of government support as today’s

retirees.

The people who are most

opposed to the age of eligibility

increasing are those currently

retired or close to retirement,”

she said.

“Yet younger people, who

will be the most affected, are

already getting the message that

receiving New Zealand Superannuation

at age 65 is reasonably

unlikely.”

The research also showed

young people were acting on

their concerns, with 90 per cent

signed up to KiwiSaver and twothirds

contributing more than

the minimum 3 per cent to their

retirement savings.

But that action may not be

enough for all, with just 49 per

cent of participants expected to

meet their retirement goal based

on their current level of income

and savings rate.

The shortfall was up to

$500,000 for some.

The research also revealed that

young people were overly optimistic

about owning a debt-free

home at retirement - a key plank

in getting to retirement in a good

position.

The current rate of home ownership

is 64.8 per cent but 86 per

cent of participants believed they

would have a freehold home by

retirement.

Ms Matthews said she hoped

home ownership would not drop

further and said getting New

Zealand’s rampant housing market

under control would be key

to maintaining that.

Higher contribution rates to

KiwiSaver could help young

people get a foot on the property

ladder, as well as other decisions

such as choosing to live outside

of Auckland.- NZ Herald

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Murray the moggie is purr-fect

HE’S affectionately referred to as

the Big Brother of the family.

Our first baby. Our fur child.

Yes, our cat Murray (aka Muzz) is

now truly established as kingpin

of our property and fancies

himself as the centre of our world.

Not long after I fell pregnant

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Great

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The Fairways,

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SiloStay,

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Dine out and take in a Sydney show

• By Mike Yardley

HARBOURSIDE lunching in

Sydney doesn’t get any better

than at pint-sized Watson’s Bay,

home to the storied Doyles

on the Beach restaurant, first

established in 1885.

A word of advice though, book

as far in advance as possible, to

secure a ringside seat, because

this venue’s insatiable popularity

doesn’t abate.

Sticklers for tradition, Doyles

still uses old fashioned methods

in handling their catch; the fish

is iced on the boat and most fish

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curve, and local wisdom would

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RELAXING: Kick back and enjoy the Sydney Harbour view.

TRADITION: Doyles on the Beach restaurant has an extensive menu, but be sure to book. (Right): Disney’s musical Aladdin is

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The expansive cocktail menu

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Pair them with share plates of

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screen icon, Julie Andrews, and

featuring another Kiwi, Katherine

Wiles, who will play Mrs

Boxington. The production is

celebrating the 60th anniversary

of the beloved musical. Also

this month, the world premiere

of Dream Lover – The Bobby

Darin Musical takes the stage at

Sydney’s Lyric Theatre, revealing

the intimate and epic story of

legendary singer, songwriter and

actor Bobby Darin and his movie

star wife, Sandra Dee.

Capturing the glamour and

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Vegas Rat Pack and the Golden

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night out.

Starring David Campbell and

directed by Simon Phillips, who

began his career in New Zealand,

Dream Lover features a sensational

cast including an 18-piece

band that will bring Bobby Darin’s

extensive songbook to life

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great hits from the 50s and 60s.

For full details, head to www.

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Taste

Explore Chch’s best hospitality hotspots

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Learning the art of savouring food

• By Catherine Gaffaney

MICHELLE Holland used

to “inhale” food. A busy

professional, she would eat on

the go or while doing three other

things at once.

In February, the 48-year-old

Christchurch sales consultant

who had spent her adult life

on different diets and exercise

regimes decided to try a mindful

eating course.

Mindful eating teaches that

people should meditate before

eating, use all the senses when

eating, and listen to the body

when it indicates it’s full.

“I have an hour commute each

morning and night so I would

often eat in the car. At work, if I

stopped for lunch, I’d be on my

phone and reading a newspaper

while I ate.

“I’d done mindfulness before

and found it really helpful, and

I wanted to eat less and lose

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go.

“I’ve lost 4kg since doing the

course and have kept the weight

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or exercising.”

Holland took part in a fourweek

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Works. The course was

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a clinical psychologist who based

the course on an American

mindful eating programme

created in 1999 for treatment of

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“In the first class, we were

given three minutes to eat a

sultana,” Ms Holland said.

The experience is so heightened.

The flavour burst was

insane. Then in another class,

we did the same with a potato

chip. All I could taste were the

chemicals.”

Ms Holland doesn’t always eat

mindfully since doing the course

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HECTIC: Michelle

Holland would often

eat doing three other

things at one.

down a lot.

“You need less because you

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eat far less and feel satisfied for a

lot longer.

“It can be hard with my hectic

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Mindful eating teaches people

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meals.

Dr Douglass began the course

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and has attracted hundreds

of Kiwis wanting to lose weight

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food.

“Some courses have had a lot

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others have had people who are

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negative associations with food

and their body,” Dr Douglass

said.

Binge eating was often associated

with depression and

anxiety. “Just telling people to

eat healthier and exercise more if

they want to lose weight doesn’t

work for everyone,” Dr Douglass

said.

“It gives some people terrible

self-esteem when they fail to

do that. Mindful eating teaches

people to tap into their built-in

natural systems. They don’t have

to calorie count; they just have to

listen to their body.”

– NZ Herald

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Ingredients

1 Veal breast

1 to taste Salt and freshly ground

black pepper

100g Sun-dried tomatoes

6 stalks Sage

4 Tbsp Olive oil

8 Tomatoes

1 cup Chicken stock

Directions

until tender.

Remove the dish from the

oven, gently lift out the tomatoes

and meat and keep warm.

Pour off the fat and place the

roasting dish over a medium

heat on the stove top.

Pour in the stock and bring

to the boil. Season with salt and

pepper, carve the veal and serve

with the tomatoes and reduced

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Preheat the oven to 220 deg C.

Lay the veal breast flat on a work

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Season the whole surface with

salt and pepper, lay the dried

tomatoes down the centre, and

scatter sage leaves over the top.

Roll up the breast as tightly as

possible to form a thick cylinder.

Tie with kitchen twine down its

length.

Lightly oil a roasting dish, lay

the veal in the dish and season

well with salt and pepper.

Slide the roasting dish into the

oven and cook for 20 minutes,

then lower the heat to 200 deg C.

Cut the tomatoes in half and

tuck them around the roast.

Cook for a further 45 minutes

Ingredients

2 Red capsicums

1 Tbsp Olive oil

1 Red onion

4 Garlic cloves

3cm Fresh ginger

4 Limes, juice

3 Tbsp Light soy sauce

2 Tbsp Dried black beans, salted

and rinsed

Directions

Roast the capsicums over the

hot grill of the barbecue until the

skin has blackened, then remove

from the heat, place in a plastic

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15g Bean sprouts

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2 Spring onions

1 Chicken breast

4 Prawns cooked and peeled

15 sheets Rice paper

¼ cup Roasted peanuts

¼ cup Hoisin sauce

Dipping Sauce

¼ cup Soy sauce

1 Tbsp Hoisin sauce

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Gazania likes heat

• By Tod Palenski

IF YOU’RE looking to add some spark to

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This flame-like plant produces incredibly

striking orange, yellow, cream and

red flowers and loves hot, dry, sunny and

even windy growing conditions.

For a perfect planting buddy, partner

it with livingstone daisies. These bright

coloured plants thrive in the same conditions

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Grab your gazania and livingstone

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Make sure the area you choose to plant

in is well-drained, rather than hard and

wet. Dig a hole and pop a seedling in.

Plant them quite close together – about

200mm apart – as they don’t tend to

spread far when they grow.

In around six to eight weeks your

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ALTHOUGH hints of

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still occur and cold winds

are often a feature of

September.

Even though it may feel

warmer, soil temperatures

rise at a slower rate than air

temperatures.

It’s time for final preparation

of your vege garden

before planting starts in

earnest in October. If the

soil is still wet, delay digging

as there is no advantage

working with very wet

soil.

Plant out veges that can

withstand late cold conditions

while still maturing

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month’s including; beetroot,

cabbage, cauliflower,

carrots, lettuces, onions,

peas radish, silver-beet and

spinach.

Winter flowing annuals

such as primulas are

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• By Tod Palenski

SPRING HAS arrived,

which means salad season

is just around the corner.

And there’s nothing like

picking fresh salad ingredients

straight out of your

garden.

I’ve talked a lot about

the different salad plants

(typically lettuces) – iceberg,

baby cos, red, triumph,

just to name a few.

But for some reason I’ve

never mentioned endive in

one of these articles. And

I’m not really sure why.

Endive is a great addition

to any salad. I like

to partner its fine curled,

mid-green leaves with

rocket.

To my mind, endive is

a bit bitter and rocket is

a little peppery, together

GET BUSY: With longer hours of daylight there are

more jobs to be done in the garden.

early October.

Bulbs are blooming

and adding fragrance

and colour to the garden.

Newer plantings can be left

in the ground to naturalise

in permanent positions so

don’t lift them.

Winter flowering trees

and shrubs will be nearing

the end of their flowering

period so it’s time for

remedial pruning before

the new seasons growth

begins.

Prune to establish a natural

form and shape of your

trees and shrubs. With

smaller gardens, you may

wish to prune to maintain

trees at a smaller size.

Apply a copper fungicide

as a preventer to summer

fungal diseases on berry

fruit including raspberries,

boysenberries, blackcurrants

and gooseberries,

As the soil temperatures

rise, this is an ideal time

to sow a new lawn, or

renovate an existing lawn.

Check the drainage and

improve any permanently

TASTY: Pick the leaves

as you need them.

they’re a great combo.

What’s equally important,

and another reason

why I’m surprised I

haven’t mentioned endive

in the past, is it’s so easy

and quick to grow. Unlike

most lettuces, it doesn’t

need to create a heart in

the centre so it’s very quick

wet areas before sowing.

Leave fertilising your lawn

until late September/early

October.

With smaller sections,

and more people downsizing,

containers can be a

very useful way for growing

veggies and flowering

annuals. Always renew

with fresh container mix

before planting new season

flowers and veggies. During

the growing season apply

slow release fertiliser to

help plants remain healthy

and grow vigorously.

It’s still a little cool for

planting out your new

season herbs into the

garden; however planting

in large containers can

provide an early start for

chervil, coriander, dill,

parsley, rosemary, sage and

thyme.

Check your existing

herb garden; some plants

may need to be cut back severely

while others should

be replaced when temperatures

rise. Leave planting

basil until October.

Easy to grow endive

to produce. Simply pick

the leaves off as you need

them.

To plant, look for a

well-drained spot in the

garden. If the soil is still

a bit wet and cold from

winter, try growing endive

in a pot. Just add some

good quality potting mix,

plant a couple of seedlings

around 5cm apart and

away you go.

Depending on where

you are in New Zealand

and how warm the soil

is yet, it will take around

four to six weeks for your

endive to be ready to

harvest. Remember, you

can tell the soil is warming

up when you need to start

mowing your lawns again.

Take a chance on endive.

You might just like what

you grow.

GARDENING GUIDE

Strawberries

I love strawberries in summer, but my

advice is don’t wait until then to plant them.

Spring and autumn are the ideal times to

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crops in summer.

Strawberries are one of the quickest of all

the berry fruits to produce a crop. The plant

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because they produce at their best on their

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Strawberry Varieties

Strawberry Aromas offers consistently large

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Soil Preparation

They need a sunny, warm, well-drained

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Dig in plenty of compost or Oderings ‘Fruit

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Fashion

Looking

good at

the races

IT’S FUN to strut your stuff

and have a good time at the

races, but as Vania Bailey says,

don’t forget etiquette.

“You don’t want to be a show

pony. You need to look polished

but most importantly you need

to feel comfortable in your own

skin.

“Don’t reveal too much.

Remember the rules – if you

are showing off a bit of cleavage

then wear a longer skirt. If you

have a long split in your dress

don’t show off your chest. Don’t

have everything on show – be

discreet.

“Accessories are important to

pull your outfit together – shoes,

short gloves and a matching

fascinator or hat.

“If you are going to wear

something fitted make sure you

wear the right garments underneath

so there are no outlines or

bumps.

“If you decide on a spray tan,

have a trial a few weeks before.

You don’t want to turn orange

on the day. Book your hair, nails

and makeup in advance.”

Airline uniforms land in city

AN AWARD-WINNING

exhibition that looks at the

uniforms, aircraft and stories

of the country’s flagship airline

will open in Christchurch this

weekend.

Air New Zealand 75 Years. Our

nation. The world. Connected

begins its last exhibition at Canterbury

Museum on Saturday

to celebrate the airline’s 75th

anniversary.

It has already been on display

at Te Papa in Wellington, and

Auckland War Memorial Museum,

attracting 677,000 visitors.

The exhibition begins with a

look at Air New Zealand’s uniform

designs over the years, as

well as traveller and crew stories.

OLD

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Our nation.

The world.

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exhibition

opens at

Canterbury

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this

weekend.

It moves into the aircraft and

flight aspect of the airline’s history,

including the TEAL flying

boat era, and the early days of

flight in Canterbury.

The story of former Christchurch

Mayor Henry Wigram’s flying

school and Lady Constance

Stewart’s involvement with

the Canterbury Aero Club are

explored.

It also looks at tourism pioneer

Rodolph Wigley, who founded

the Mt Cook Group that

later included Mount Cook

Airlines.

The exhibition also features a

virtual reality in-flight experience

and takes a look at its

promotion posters, videos and

examples of how the airline has

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It won best exhibition at the

New Zealand events awards last

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Catwalk to fight cancer

• By Annabelle Dick

SEVEN NEW Zealand

women, on average, will hear

the news today that they have

breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Cure is trying

to help reduce that statistic

by holding a fashion show

in Christchurch, and around

the country, with New Zealand’s

biggest designers.

The nationwide Fashion for

a Cure charity show later this

month will display collections

from Kiwi designers to

raise funds for breast cancer

research.

Breast Cancer Cure general

manager Phillipa Green said

the event is important as it

provides financial support

for ongoing study.

“This show is absolutely

vital for us. It’s our biggest

earner and it’s important

because we don’t do a bucket

collection day or fundraising

week so this is one of

the ways that we raise a lot

of money from the public.

They’re actually donating

it and getting a lot back in

return,” she said.

A pool of high-end

designers from around the

country will light up the

Christchurch Art Gallery on

September 22.

COOP, Knuefermann,

Moochi, Andrea Moore,

Storm, Trelise Cooper,

Working Style and Zambesi

will all show their Spring/

Summer collections on the

catwalk.

It’s the first time Elisabeth

Findlay’s Zambesi will appear

at the Christchurch

show and she’ll be bringing

a range men’s and women’s

clothes to the table.

Designers will also donate

items from the show to put

up for auction to add to the

money pot.

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will also speak to the audience

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ongoing research.

“One of the main pillars

for our fundraising throughout

the year is to connect

with more New Zealanders

around the country and not

just be an Auckland-based

charity. This is a way to reach

out to people,” Ms Green

said.

More than $250,000 was

raised from all five shows in

2015 and the charity want to

crack the $300,000 mark this

year.

“Just from Christchurch,

we would like to get over the

$50,000 mark,” she said.

Fashion for a Cure has

been running since 2012.

Breast cancer is the most

common cancer for women,

and the third most common

cancer overall.

The disease affects one in

nine New Zealand women

over their lifetime and more

than 600 women die from it

every year.

Christchurch’s Fashion

for a Cure show will be

hosted by Michelle Pickles on

Thursday September 22.

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race (8)

6. Heighten (7)

7. Illness (6)

12. Strangle (8)

14. Person who believes in rule by a

select group (7)

16. Canopy (6)

17. Killjoy (colloq) (6)

18. Painful experience (6)

21. Former French currency (5)

22. Surge of wind (4)

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Across: 6. I Q test, 7. Remark, 10. Waiheke,

The

11.

number

Kirov, 12.

game

Dead, 13.

that

Brine, 16.

Trots, 17. Gone, 20. Dream, 21. Eternal, 22. improves Yellow, 23. your Wigram. arithmetic

Down: 1. Big Wednesday, 2. Ethical, 3. Asset, 4. Weekend, 5. Padre, 8. Keven

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It’s like sudoku: each

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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.

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WORDBUILDER

E Y S

T

A

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 14 Very Good 19 Excellent 25

BLACKOUT

Work out which

squares to black out

to leave a finished

crossword grid

SUDOKU

304

Fill the grid so that every row,

every column and every 3x3

box contains the digits 1 to 9.

C R E E P K F U R N I S H M B M B

R I T J L S A J O Z D T O F A K E

O N C U A B R A C A D A B R A E E

O V E R T L M I B P X I B E T B P

N C T S I C E C A P K R H E S U S

N Z E E N C R Y U A H I A L C P Y

M O R G U E G B O R D E L L O J A

A N A I M L E O F E O B L G L E G

G Z R F D J S W A L L O W E D M E

M A R T I N I P L Y O C A D E L N

A A K S M Y N I P A P A Y J D O T

SOLUTIONS

BLACKOUT

WORDBUILDER

ate, ats, aye, ayes, ays,

east, easy, eat, eats, est,

eta, etas, eyas, sat, sate,

say, sea, seat, set, seta,

stay, sty, stye, tea, teas, yea,

yeas, yeast, yes, yet

C R E E P F U R N I S H B B

R T L

KENKEN

A O T F A K E

O C A B R A C A D A B R A E

O V E R T M P I E P

N T I C E C A P R H E S U S

E N R A A C

M O R G U E B O R D E L L O A

A A I M O E L L E G

G F S W A L L O W E D E

M A R T I N I L O A E N

A S N I P P A Y D O T

DECODER

NZ CROSSWORD

Across: 1. Blank

cheque, 8. Snooker,

9. Ideal, 10. Oral, 11.

Steward, 12. Try, 13.

Mesh, 15. Lied, 17.

Wha, 19. Waitomo,

20. Afar, 23. Idiot,

24. Sausage, 25.

Theoretical.

Down: 1. Bishop,

2. Aloha, 3. Kaka,

4. Heresy, 5.

Quinella, 6. Elevate,

7. Malady, 12.

Throttle, 14. Elitist,

16. Awning, 17.

Wowser, 18. Ordeal,

21. Franc, 22. Gust.

SUDOKU

WORDBUILDER

ate, ats, aye, ayes, ays,

east, easy, eat, eats, est,

eta, etas, eyas, sat, sate,

say, sea, seat, set, seta,

stay, sty, stye, tea, teas, yea,

yeas, yeast, yes, yet

SOLUTIONS

SUDOKU

Throttle, 14. Elitist,

16. Awning, 17.

Wowser, 18. Ordeal,

21. Franc, 22. Gust.

NZ CROSSWORD

Across: 1. Blank

cheque, 8. Snooker,

9. Ideal, 10. Oral, 11.

Steward, 12. Try, 13.

Mesh, 15. Lied, 17.

Wha, 19. Waitomo,

20. Afar, 23. Idiot,

24. Sausage, 25.

Theoretical.

Down: 1. Bishop,

2. Aloha, 3. Kaka,

4. Heresy, 5.

Quinella, 6. Elevate,

7. Malady, 12.

DECODER

C R E E P F U R N I S H B B

R T L

KENKEN

A O T F A K E

O C A B R A C A D A B R A E

O V E R T M P I E P

N T I C E C A P R H E S U S

E N R A A C

M O R G U E B O R D E L L O A

A A I M O E L L E G

G F S W A L L O W E D E

M A R T I N I L O A E N

A S N I P P A Y D O T

BLACKOUT


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CTV news can also be watched live or on demand at www.ctv.co.nz.

Disability no barrier at Plains FM

The Star continues

its monthly profile of

Plains FM. This week

we find out how people

of all abilities and

backgrounds can get

behind the mic

BROOK OLIVER may have

cerebral palsy, but since March

2012 he and his carer, Paul

Rawdon, have presented their

own monthly radio show on

Plains FM.

Through family support,

patience and determination, this

duo have pushed the boundaries

to prove that disability needn’t

hold you back from pursuing an

interest, chasing opportunities or

achieving a dream.

“We wanted to do something

worthwhile with our time,” said

Mr Rawdon. “It’s important

to stretch Brook. Usually he’s

just responding to questions,

but this experience means he’s

developing his ability to ask

the questions and increase his

engagement with the world.”

Also, on a monthly basis,

Roger Marsden interviews

people with disabilities as well as

workers from local organisations

on his programme Listen! Our

Voices Count. His experience as

an advocate, tutor, president of

the Disabled Person’s Assembly

in Christchurch (2011-2014) and

as a DPA national board member

all make for a broad range of

connections and an in depth

knowledge of current issues.

“All people with (a) disability

want to be treated like everyone

else,” Mr Marsden said.“People

with disabilities count and our

voices need to be heard.”

It’s not only individuals with

physical disabilities getting behind

the microphone. The Helen

Anderson Trust, Hohepa and

SPAN Charitable Trust are three

local organisations supporting

adults with intellectual disabilities

and their clients present

monthly shows.

Six radio enthusiasts and service

users at the Helen Anderson

Trust present In Tune, a show

based around music. Abra Heinrich

is a support worker who

assists with this. “I was worried

that I would have to do a perfect

job but the people at Plains FM

actually enable you to do it easily.

Our clients know that Plains is

an environment where it’s okay

to make mistakes and they really

love doing the radio show and

listening back to it. They’re sort

of celebrities within our community.”

In another part of Christchurch,

SPAN Charitable Trust

ON THE

MIC: Jim

Cummings,

Nathan

Beavan,

Tracy

Brookman

and Bruce

Ritchie

recording

Hohepa On

Air.

facilitates work and education

opportunities for people with

mild to moderate intellectual

disabilities. Broadcasting on

Plains FM provides a stimulating

opportunity to participate in an

ongoing project and be accepted

into the wider community. Skillwise

has been on air since July

2011, with community news and

events as well as stories, music,

reviews and jokes.

Originally supported by an

organisation, one carer, Warren

Stent, believes that the benefits

of broadcasting for clients are

so great that when funding support

for the programme ended

he covered the costs himself

to enable the group to carry

on broadcasting. “My guys,

Stephen and Kerry, love doing

it. It’s developed their sense of

commitment and responsibility.

Commitment to the station and

to each other is very strong. It’s

really great seeing them getting

so much enjoyment out of it,” Mr

Stent said.

A community sees its face

reflected in the heart of the

individual and the individual

sees their face reflected in the

community they belong to. That

is fundamental to the Hohepa

philosophy, agrees Jim Cummings,

a house co-ordinator

and social therapist, who helped

form a small broadcasting group

in April this year to produce

Hohepa On Air.

“Plains FM has given two of

our people, Nathan and Bruce

an opportunity to fulfil lifelong

dreams of being involved in

broadcasting. These guys are

completely immersed in creating

the programme month-bymonth.

So far we’ve highlighted

different aspects of our activities

like the bread-baking crew, the

parents’ weekend, the musical

group and the wellness centre.

It’s been totally empowering for

us to share our stories and profile

our people,” he said.

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Theatre/Arts

‘Angelic’ boys’ choir in Evita

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ONE OF New Zealand’s longest

running children’s choirs will

play a key role in an upcoming

show about the life of Argentine

political leader Eva Peron.

The Christchurch Boys’ Choir,

which has been singing for 30

years, will perform from this

evening as part of Showbiz

Christchurch’s latest production

Evita.

The choir, made up of boys

aged nine to 13, will represent

a traditional 1950s Argentine

church choir in a staged requiem

mass.

Music director Angus Simmons,

20, said the company was

going to audition the choir but

realised it was historically correct

to have a choir made up of

unbroken, treble male voices.

The boys’ singing is very

angelic so the audience will appreciate

it a lot,” he said.

Simmons said for some of the

boys, it will be their first time

ever performing on stage in full

costume.

They have risen to the occasion

and know exactly where

they stand and I think they will

add to that cute-factor people

look for in shows,” he said.

ON STAGE: The Christchurch Boys’ Choir rehearse for Evita, which will open tonight at the

Isaac Theatre Royal.

From the choir of 24 boys,

12 will perform on alternative

nights during the season.

They have been warned,

but they are getting quite exhausted,”

Simmons said.

The choir, which aims to give

young singers exposure to the

music community, has performed

with the Christchurch

Symphony Orchestra and the

Christchurch City Choir.

Simmons has run the choir

since the beginning of last year,

along with his partner Kimberly

Wood who accompanies them

on the piano.

Both Simmons and Wood will

be performing ensemble roles in

the show, with Simmons playing

the role of an aristocrat.

The rock opera follows the life

of Eva Peron, the second wife of

Argentine president Juan Peron.

Eva served as the first lady of

Argentina from 1946 until her

untimely death at the age of 33

in 1952.

The show portrays her in a

light that isn’t positive. Some

people loved her and some people

despised her so you have to

make up your mind,” Simmons

said.

Studying a bachelor of music,

majoring in performance voice,

at Canterbury University, Simmons

wants to become a professional

opera singer.

“I am hoping to live a life

of music. Performing would

be ideal but I am not shutting

down any other opportunities,

whether it is directing in choirs

or whatever,” he said.

His next show with the boys’

choir will be in December 2 at

The Piano. They will present a

concert of songs from the stage

and screen.

•Evita will run from this

evening to October 1. To

book tickets go to http://

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Improvisation

fires up

acting team

Scared Scriptless, at the

Court Theatre. Reviewed by

Barry Southam.

NORMALLY A late night show,

this long-running improvisational

offering has mainly had a younger

following, but the oldies had

a chance to see these talented

people at work with an earlier

8pm start for the 26th-birthday

performance.

The MC warmed up the crowd

with some audience involvement

before the main team appeared

on stage fired up and ready to roll.

Various formats were used such

as telling a story one word per

person at a time, but basically it

was thinking on your feet with no

script, using topics suggested by

the audience.

Probably the most difficult of

these, which produced sustained

hilarity, was the response to the

request for what sort of club meeting

might be happening. The Road

Cone club was settled on allowing

a lot of fun around one of the least

popular items dotted about the

city.

All very funny, drawing laughter

and applause from the audience.

These shows are well worth a visit,

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Tearney puts health woes aside

• By Gordon Findlater

FINN TEARNEY is set to

make his on-court debut at the

Davis Cup when New Zealand

meet Pakistan at Wilding Park

tomorrow.

Tearney, New Zealand’s top

ranked singles player, will be

happy just to get on the court

after an experience to forget

during the team’s last tie in

Korea. He fell ill and was unable

to play due to tonsillitis.

“That was pretty average, I

ended up having my tonsils

out after that. I love being in

the Davis Cup environment

with the guys and I’m looking

forward to playing in front of a

home crowd,” said Tearney.

New Zealand play Pakistan

in a group one Asia/Oceania

relegation match.

The match will be crucial as

the loser of the tie will be relegated

to group two.

Twelve months ago New

Zealand were just one win away

from advancing to the world

group play-offs.

However, with New Zealand

winning just one of the four singles

ties, it has become evident

the team are in need of a standout

player in singles to make it

to the next level.

It is hoped Tearney could

be that player. In 2014 he was

ranked outside the top 1500 in

the world and in the space of just

two years has risen to 362.

The tie starts at 11am with the

first singles matches.

SECOND TIME LUCKY: Finn

Tearney is looking forward to

getting on court after getting

tonsillitis during the team’s

last Davis Cup tie against

Korea, in Seoul. ​

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Young rally sprint talent

• By Gordon Findlater

AT JUST 17-years-old Ari

Pettigrew is proving to be one of

the country’s brightest up-andcoming

motorsport talents.

Rallying is in the blood. His

father Dave Pettigrew has been

a part of the sport for decades

and now co-drives for Ari. Yes

his father is a fan of Finnish rally

driver Ari Vatanen, hence the

name.

Ari Pettigrew

(left) has only

been rallying

for a year and is

wasting no time

adjusting to the

sport. In August

he finished fourth overall at the

Catlins Coast Rally.

Snow made for challenging

conditions, with many older

and more experienced drivers

struggling to stay on the road.

Pettigrew thrived under the

challenge, finishing fourth and

winning his class by over four

minutes.

“We never looked at the results

during the day, so when they

told us where we had finished

we never believed them,” said

Pettigrew.

The 17-year-old’s first taste of

FLYING HIGH: Ari Pettigrew is setting the bar high with hopes

of making it to the WRC. This weekend he will return to the

Ashley Forest Rally Sprint where he first raced 12 months

ago. ​

driving came at just four when

he got a drive in a grass-kart.

He has since gone on to claim

a number of South Island and

national grass-karting titles.

The grass-karting experienced

helped in Catlins. You’re

not used to having much grip on

the grass which helped me in the

snow,” said Pettigrew.

This weekend Pettigrew will

return to the event where he

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League Premiership this Sunday.

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& Supplies

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• Phone our local team 03 379 1100

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027 418 3307 or 377-1944

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A division of

R A Shearing

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BrICK & BLOCK

new work, repairs, small

jobs only, free quotes, ph

Bruce 027 231 7309

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Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

0274 367-067.

CArpenter

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E mail jflattery@xtra.

co.nz,

ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

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owned & operated

for over 10 years,

competitive rates, full

licensed builder

practitioner all property

maintenance small job

expert by tradesman /

handyman free quotes city

wide call now 03 387- excavation,

0770 or 027 245 5226

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Blind

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New blind sales.

0800 8899 99

www.blindcleaning.co.nz

info@blindcleaning.co.nz

5 / 301a Blenheim Rd

(Driveway next to Hubbers carpark)

coloured,

exposed, stamped, call

Paul 027 322 6119

Excavate, supply, lay &

cut, Landstyles 1985 Ltd,

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eLeCtrICIAn

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registered electrician with

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Gorbie Electrical, ph 021

026 73375 or 03 322 4209

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0225011055 (see Trademe

services)

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027 951 8892

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or juliusvenice3107@

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logfires

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fencing

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roofing repairs

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landscape Builds

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Member NZ Home Heating Association

Ph 03 343 4044 or 0274 375 619

Email teamgardner@xtra.co.nz

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or email

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accountant

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quotes

given

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Advice available

PHone PAul

355-2636

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Builder

CARPET CLEANING

computing solutions

DRIVEWAYS

Wright Enterprises Build Limited

W.E. Build

New Homes

Renovations

Alterations

Trade Certified Builders

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Antony Wright 021 111 1703

John Wright 0274 343 323

AH 03 347 4347

CARPET: QUICK DRY technology / Stain Treatments

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(0800 727 4251) or 338 8871

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After 5 years of scoping for EQC claims

we have found that most claims

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Examples of Clients EQC Payments:

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payment received $46,320

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payment received $38,182

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payment received $60,273

For re-scoping and all earthquake repairs

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Enquire now Phone 021-667-444

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(0800 527 374)

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furniture removals

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We are authorised service agents for all major brands.

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PHONE 03 366 0525

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“A local team for local people”

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If you refer us to a friend and they insulate

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Trades & Professional Services

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landscape design

Landscaping

MUSGROVES

PAINTER

T: 03 421 8460

M: 021 433 418

E: office@xteriorscapes.co.nz

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landscape design & build

• Eco-sourcing specialist nursery

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www.waioralandscapes.co.nz

Buyers & sellers of New

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• French doors & ranchsliders

• Corrugated iron and roofing tiles

• New and recycled timber

• rimu & beech T&g flooring

Musgroves

Ph 322 7922

WWW.Musgroves.Co.NZ

Experts in...

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• Interior Painting

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• Specialty Finishes

• Design Advice

Vicki Keast, Director

0274 933 529

email: vicki@paintmasters.co.nz

PAINTER

PHOTOGRAPHY

PLUMBER

property maintenance

Michael Kelly Painters

Locally owned and

operated family

business.

25+ years Experience

• Painting • Wallpapering

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Paul 0276 475 755

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• Digger/tipper excavation and hire

• Watermain replacement/repair

• Free quotes

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call/text 027 245 5100

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We noW service your area!

Lawn & gardens

Gutter & window

cleaning

Weed & pest spraying

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Irrigation

Fences

for rent or sale

...& more

Contact us for a free no obligation quote

canterbury Property Maintenance Ltd

Ph: 021-235-5435

email: enquiries@cpmcanterbury.co.nz

Website: www.cPMcanterbury.co.nz

Looking after your property when you can’t

REFRIGERATION / HEAT PUMP

ROOF REPAIRS

SECURITY

SPOUTING

Service / Installation

Maintenance / Repair

• Refrigeration design, build & repairs

• Heat Pump sales, installation & repairs

• Heat Pump servicing

379-3589

196 Wordsworth St

Christchurch

Serving Canterbury for 33 years

Locally owned & operated with

over 30 years experience.

• Extensions & repair • Roof coating

• Concrete & clay tiles • Butynol

• Malthoid • Asbestos Certified

• Coloursteel • Old iron • Guttering

Phone Dave 981 0278

or 021 223 4200

E: dave@beaumontroofing.co.nz

BEAUMONT ROOFING LTD

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

• Alarm systems & servicing

• Access control

• Safes

• Keys

• Padlocks

• Door & window locks

CITY BRANCH

95 Kingsley Street

(cnr of Kingsley St and Waltham Rd)

Ph: (03) 365 0298

inquiry@rossgalt.co.nz

www.rossgalt.co.nz

• CCTV systems & servicing

• 24x7 monitoring

• 24x7 emergency service

• Window & door hardware

• Car & garage door remotes

HORNBY BRANCH

The Branston Centre

(Shop 12 393a Main South Rd)

Ph: (03) 349 4119

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03 980-2865 / 03 344-5744

www.spouting2u.co.nz

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www.superiorspouting.co.nz

Ph. Jem 0277 515250

• Timber decks rejuvinated

• Polished floors scrubbed

• Polished concrete scrubbed

Also do: gym floors, halls,

restaurants, bars, offices

and churches.

Ray Anderson

Owner Operator

027 323 5190

03 323 5190

*Arbitration Advisory Consultant

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Friendly, experienced,

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painting and decorating

needs. Residential and

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131 132 or 027 436 1082.

PAINTER

DECORATOR

of 40 + yrs exp. Interior

/ exterior painting,

waterblasting & roofs.

Cleaning & clearing of

sections. Free quotes.

Pensioners discounts.

No cowboys. www.

erpainters and decorators

and property maintenance.

co.nz Please phone Eddy

on 027 343 8960

PAINTING

PLASTERING

Free quotes. Int/ext &

roof painting Family run

business, work guaranteed.

Ph Kerin or Paul 022 191

7877 or 379-1281. Website

www.swede kiwi painting.

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Qualified tradesman.

Quality work. Competitive

prices. Pensioner discount.

Ph Paul 331-8133 or 0272

383 224

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Interior, exterior also

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prompt service, free

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experience, interior &

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to your expectations, for a

free quote, call Mike 021

023-91148

Trades & Services

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PLASTERING

WALLPAPERING

Interior / Exterior

New Homes & Repaints

Quality assured

Correct preparation

always undertaken

20 years experience

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Ph 381 7417

or 027 216 8946

kpsteel@xtra.co.nz

Trades & Services

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- alterations, renovations,

cracks, holes, skim coating

and coveing. 24 yrs exp,

no job too small. Canty

born & bred. Ph 022 087

4351

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plus others. Fab Plastics

366-3634

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job completed at

a fair price, prompt

service, all work

guaranteed

Phone Brian

960-7673 or

021-112-3492

Trades & Services

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Qualified & Licenced

Practitioner. Re-Roof &

Repairs, all types. Member

New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

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.Buyers + sellers of

relocatable buildings

.Ph 349 9633

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043 2034

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New Zealand Roofing

Association. Over 35 years

experience. Phone John

027 432-3822 or 351-9147

email johnmill@ihug.

co.nz

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.Buyers + sellers of

relocatable buildings

.Ph 349 9633

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Spouting Unblocked,

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Out. Also Full Handyman

Services Available. Call

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043 2034

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come to you - supply and

install of new carpet, small

jobs, re-stretching, relaying,

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Garage carpet supplied

and installed. 30 years

experience, competitive

prices. Call 027 418 3306

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Phone Paul 022 151 9242,

981-2802

TILING

Commercial &

Residential, free quotes,

reas price, also repairs, ph

021 105 6797

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tree removal, trimming,

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clean up, section clearing,

rubbish removals,

excavation work, ph Trees

Big or Small, for a free

quote, 021 061 4783

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Quality job, quick service,

Phone Richard at JetX

0800 538 969

WINDOW CLEANING

Average 3 brm house

inside or out $40. Both $70

Phone Trevor 344-2170

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Joiner 25 yrs experience,

Repair of rot or full

replacement of sashes

& existing windows &

doors, Glazing, door

locks, security stays

fitted, New house

installation of doors &

hardware, ph Mykle 027

399 1673

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Jobee the computer tutor

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ph Joanne for appt, ph 027

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SL, or 280 SL, or E - Type

Jaguar to be restored or

running, email jgf@wave.

co.nz or 027 585 8164

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quality furniture,

Beds, Stoves, Washing

machines, Fridge Freezers.

Same day service. Selwyn

Dealers. Phone 980 5812

or 027 313 8156

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china, coins, medals,

furniture, furs, jewellery,

tools, old photos, estate.

Ph 385-5117

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fridges, freezers, washing

machines, ovens. Good

cash paid. Ph Paul 022

0891 671

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Ornaments, Vases, Cutlery

etc. Raewyn Hill Phone

360-0951

A Records and turntables

wanted. Excellent prices

paid. PennyLane 430

Colombo St, Sydenham 7

days, ph 3663278

www.pennylane.co.nz

BOOKS Old wanted,

anything considered,

including hunting,

mountaineering, fishing &

childrens, ph 03 354-1621

BUYING Now, all old

china, crystal, antiques,

estate lots. For best prices

and free inspection call

Academy Antiques. Phone

349-4229

GOOD stuff wanted.

Whiteware, freezers etc,

good quality furniture,

antiques, curios,

collectables. Anything

considered. Cash paid. Ph

Dave 960-8440, 027 66

22 116

TOOLS, Garden garage,

saw benches, Lathes. Cash

buyer Phone 355-2045

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

OREGANO LIMITED, (THE

LICENSEE, 57 Oriana Crescent

Christchurch 8042), has made

application to the District

Licensing Committee at

Christchurch for the issue of

ON-LICENCE NEW in respect

of the premises situated at

96 Riccarton Road, Riccarton

known as OREGANO SALAD &

GRILL.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is intended to be sold under

the licence are: MONDAY TO

SUNDAY 11.00AM TO 10.00PM.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 53 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 8 September

2016.

NOTICE OF ENTRY INTO POSSESSION

OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY

Notice is hereby given that 100 Investments Limited

(“the Secured Party”) as secured party under financing

statement FH0T852F31382VN3/C0007 (“the security

interest”) granted by Lichfield Ventures Limited (“the

Grantor”) has, on 1 September 2016, entered into

possession of the Grantor’s charged property (as defined

below) pursuant to section 156 of the Property Law Act

2007.

“Charged Property” means all of the Debtor’s present and

after-acquired personal property, and all of the Debtor’s

present and future rights in relation to any personal

property, including Proceeds [as that term is defined

by the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 (“PPSA”)],

whether or not it be property to which the PPSA applies

(including, without limitation, the Debtor’s present and

future right to any money, negotiable instruments or

chattel paper) and all of the Debtor’s present and after

acquired other property as defined in a General Security

Agreement dated 30 March 2005 granting a security

interest by the Debtor in favour of the Secured Party,

but excluding the land situated at 96 Lichfield Street,

Christchurch. The expression “Charged Property” shall

as it relates to personal property be synonymous with the

term “collateral” as it is defined by the PPSA.

The address of the Secured Party’s registered office is

123 Waimea Terrace, Beckenham, Christchurch.

Public Notices

PREGNANCY

HELP

is holding their

AGM

349 Woodham Rd,

Wainoni

on September 30th

at 2.00pm.

Come along and find

out what their

rewarding service

has to offer. Volunteer

opportunities available.

Light refreshments provided.

RSVP 385-0556

by 20/9/16

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

KERERU SPORTS & CULTURAL

CLUB INCORPORATED, (THE

SECRETARY, PO Box 9314,

Tower Junction, Christchurch

8149), has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch

for the issue of CLUB LICENCE

NEW in respect of the premises

situated at 71 Domain Terracee

Spreydon known as KERERU

SPORTS & CULTURAL CLUB

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: CLUB LICENCE

CLASS 2.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is intended to be sold under

the licence are: MONDAY TO

SUNDAY 12.00 MIDDAY TO

11.00pm IN CONJUNCTION

WITH SCHEDULED CLUB

ACTIVITIES. MAXIMUM OF 50

HOURS PER WEEK.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 53 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 first publication of

this notice.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

HUANG DEVELOPMENTS

LIMITED, (THE LICENSEE,

Huang Developments

Limited Shanghai Bistro,

35 Longspur Avenue,

Christchurch 8025),

has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch

for the renewal of ON-

LICENSE rENEwAL in

respect of the premises

situated at 283 Lincoln

road knows has SHANGHAI

BISTrO.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

rESTAUrANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence

are: MONDAY TO SUNDAY

10.00 AM TO 11.00 PM.

The application may

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office

of the Christchurch District

Licensing Committee, Civic

Office, 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, P O Box 73049,

Christchurch 81534.

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 only publication

of this notice.

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SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

Nekita eNterprises Limited,

(tHe LiCeNsee, 51 pages

road, Christchurch 8062)

has made application to the

district Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the issue of

a Off-LiCeNCe NeW in respect

of the premises situated at

1 musgrove Close known as

WiGram BOttLe stOre.

the general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: Off-LiCeNCe

LiQUOr stOre.

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

10.00pm.

the application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch district Licensing

Committee, 53 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 8 september,

2016.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

Priestley’s Cuisine limited

(tHe liCensee, ms K young

Priestley’s Cuisine limited,

793 mcleans island road,

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 793 mcleans island

road known as Priestley’s.

the general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: On-liCenCe

FunCtiOn Centre.

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, 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 and supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

this is the second publication

of this notice. this notice was

first published on 8 september,

2016.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

Satya Enterprises Limited,

(OWNER, Satya Enterprises

Limited, 68b North Avon

Road, Christchurch 8013),

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 478

Cranford Street, Redwood

known as ThE BOTTLE-O

CRANfORD STREET.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: Off-LiCENCE

LiQUOR STORE.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

Monday to Sunday 9.00am to

11.00pm.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office

of the Christchurch District

Licensing Committee at Civic

Offices, 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 and Supply of

Alcohol Act 2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

EMPIRE9 LIMITED, (OWNER,

112 Blighs Road, Christchurch

8052), has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch for

the renewal of OFF-LICENCE

RENEWAL in respect of the

premises situated at 112 Blighs

Road, Papanui known as THE

WINE CELLAR.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: OFF-LICENCE

REMOTE SALES.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

intended to be sold under the

licence are: AT ANY TIME ON

ANY 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 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 only publication of

this notice.


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SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

NEWEST RESTAURANT LIMITED,

(THE LICENSEE, 547 Colombo

Street, 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 547 Colombo Street known

as LITTLE SAIGON VIETNAMESE

RESTAURANT.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY 11.00AM

TO 1.00AM THE FOLLOWING

DAY.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 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 and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the only publication of

this notice.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101 & 127

COUNTRY HOSPITALITY

MANAGEMENT (NZ) LIMITED,

(MANAGER, PO Box 113042,

Newmarket, Auckland 1149),

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee at

Christchurch for the renewal of

ON and OFF-LICENCE RENEWAL

in respect of the premises

situated at 6 Tower Street,

Hornby, known as EQUESTRIAN

HOTEL.

The general nature of the

business conducted under the

licence is: ON AND OFF LICENCE

HOTEL.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol is

sold under the licence are:

OFF LICENCE

FROM ANY BOTTLESTORE AND

ACROSS THE BAR MONDAY TO

SUNDAY 7:00AM TO 11:00PM

ON LICENCE

MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8:00AM

TO 2:00AM THE FOLLOWING

DAY. 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, 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 and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the second publication

of this notice. This notice was

first published on 8 September

2016.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

P & G GLOBAL LIMITED, (THE

LICENSEE, P & G Global Limited

Kimchi Restaurant, 190A

Avonhead Road, 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 180 Papanui Road known as

KIMCHI RESTAURANT.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 3.

The days on which and the

hours during which alcohol

is sold under the licence are:

MONDAY TO SUNDAY 11.30AM

TO 10.00PM.

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 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 and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the only publication of

this notice.

Public Notices

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

CORBEC 2012 LIMTED,

(MANAGER, 124 Strickland

Street, Christchurch 8023),

has made application to the

District Licensing Committee

at Christchurch for the renewal

of ON-LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises situated

at 152 Somerfield Street,

Somerfield known as Cortado.

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: ON-LICENCE

RESTAURANT CLASS 1.

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, 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 and Supply of Alcohol Act

2012.

This is the first publication of

this notice.

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 101

SUNSON NEW MARKET PLACE

LIMITED, (THE LICENSEE, Mr

Lawrence Wu, 311A Withells

Road, Avonhead, Christchurch

8042), has made application

to the District Licensing

Committee at Christchurch

for the issue of OFF-LICENCE

NEW in respect of the premises

situated at 386 Riccarton Road,

Upper Riccarton, known as

SUNSON ASIAN MARKET

The general nature of the

business conducted under

the licence is: OFF-LICENCE

GROCERY.

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 8.00PM.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of the

Christchurch District Licensing

Committee, 53 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 8 September 2016

Situations Vacant

CLEANERS

REQUIRED

Airport Area

Monday to Friday

6.00pm – 8.00pm

City Area

Monday to Friday

6.00pm – 8.30pm

Mairehau/

St Albans Area

Monday to Friday

3.30pm – 5.30pm

Riccarton Area

Monday – Friday

5.30pm – 7.30pm

We are looking for

cleaners to join our

commercial

cleaning team.

You will need to

pass a Security

Check and you

MUST have your

own transport.

These are

permanent long

term positions and

not suitable for

holders of temporary

work permits.

Please email your

Application to

csc@totalcanterbury.co.nz

or phone 338 9056

Visit our website:

totalcanterbury.co.nz

SALE AND SUPPLY OF

ALCOHOL ACT 2012

SECTION 127 & 101

T H E V I P E R R O O M

L I M I T E D , ( T H E

L I C E N S E E , M r G r e g

McClurg, The Viper Room

Limited, PO Box 4279,

Christchurch 8240), has

made application to the

D i s t r i c t L i c e n s i n g

Committee at Christchurch

for the renewal of ON-

LICENCE RENEWAL in

respect of the premises

s i t u a t e d a t 1 8 5 A

Manchester Street, known

as THE STOCKXCHANGE

BAR & CAFE.

The general nature of the

business to be 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 3.00AM THE

FOLLOWING DAY.

The application may be

inspected during ordinary

office hours at the office of

the Christchurch District

Licensing Committee at

Civic Offices, 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

S e c r e t a r y o f t h e

C h r i s t c h u r c h D i s t r i c t

Licensing Committee, PO

Box 73049, Christchurch

8154. This is the second

publication of this notice.

The first appeared on

Thursday 8th September

2016.

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(3D) SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • SAT 1:20PM

BLAIR WITCH (R13) • Thu 12:50, 2:50, 4:50, 6:50,

9:00PM, Fri-Sun 2:50, 4:50, 6:50, 9:00PM

Mon-Wed 12:50, 2:50, 4:50, 6:50, 9:00PM

NERVE (M) Thu 10:40AM, Fri-Sun 12:45PM

Mon-Wed 10:40AM

PETES DRAGON (PG) • Fri 10:30AM

SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • SAT-Sun 10:30AM

GENERAL ADMISSION

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS (M) Thu 11:10AM

Mon 2:10PM, Tue-Wed 10:30AM

BAD MOMS (R16) Thu 3:00, 6:30, 8:40PM

Fri-SAT 8:10PM, Sun 8:50PM, Mon-Tue 3:00,

8:30PM, Wed 3:00, 8:45PM

BLOOD FATHER (R16) • Thu 1:10, 8:50PM

Fri 1:20, 9:10PM, SAT-Sun 11:50, 9:10PM

Mon 4:20, 9:10PM, Tue-Wed 3:30, 9:10PM

BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (M) • Fri-SAT 10:20, 1:00,

3:45, 6:40, 8:40PM, Sun 10:20, 1:00, 3:40,

6:40, 8:30PM

CHASING GREAT (G) Thu 11:30, 2:00, 8:10PM

Fri 11:20, 3:50, 8:20PM, SAT-Sun 3:50, 8:20PM

Mon-Wed 11:10, 2:00, 8:50PM

DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD (M) Thu 1:30PM

JASON BOURNE (M) Thu 3:10PM, Tue 3:40PM

NERVE (M) Thu 5:10PM, Mon-Wed 5:10PM

PETES DRAGON (PG) • Thu 10:00, 12:15, 3:45,

5:50PM, Fri 1:30, 4:00PM, SAT 10:00, 11:00, 1:30,

4:00PM, Sun 10:00, 11:00, 1:20, 4:00PM, Mon

10:00, 12:10, 3:45, 6:20PM, Tue-Wed 10:00,

12:10, 3:45PM

SAUSAGE PARTY (R16) • Thu 4:20, 7:15, 9:15PM

Fri 11:30, 1:40, 6:15, 9:20PM, SAT-Sun 1:40, 6:15,

9:20PM, Mon-Wed 1:40, 4:30, 7:15, 9:15PM

SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • Thu 11:00, 1:00, 4:45,

6:45PM, Fri 10:00, 12:10, 2:20, 4:30, 6:30PM

SAT 12:10, 2:20, 4:30, 6:30PM, Sun 12:10, 2:20,

4:30, 6:20PM, Mon-Wed 11:00, 1:00, 4:40, 6:40PM

SUICIDE SQUAD (R13) Thu 4:00PM, Mon 3:40PM,

Wed 3:40PM

SULLY (M) • Thu 11:50, 1:50, 6:20, 8:30PM

Fri-SAT 11:10, 1:50, 6:20, 8:30PM, Sun 10:40, 1:50,

8:45PM, Mon-Wed 11:50, 1:30, 6:30, 8:40PM

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK

- THE TOURING YEARS (PG) Fri-Sun 3:30, 6:10PM,

Mon 11:20, 6:10PM, Tue-Wed 12:40, 6:10PM

THE REHEARSAL (M) • Thu 11:20, 2:30, 6:00,

8:20PM, Fri 11:15, 3:40, 6:00PM, SAT 11:20, 3:40,

6:00PM, Sun 11:20, 3:45, 6:30PM, Mon-Wed 11:15,

2:20, 6:00, 8:20PM

PRAMS AT THE PIX - TICKETS ONLY $9

SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • Wed 11:00AM

G SUITABLE FOR GENERAL AUDIENCES.

PG PARENTAL GUIDANCE RECOMMENDED FOR

YOUNGER VIEWERS.

M SUITABLE FOR MATURE AUDIENCES 16 YEARS

OF AGE AND OVER.

E SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE

PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED FOR ALL (R) RATED MOVIES

BAD MOMS R16, BLAIR WITCH R13,

SAUSAGE PARTY R16, BLOOD FATHER R16,

SUICIDE SQUAD R13.

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BAD MOMS (R16) Thu 4:10, 9:00PM, Fri 1:00,

6:30PM, SAT 10:30, 9:00PM, Sun 3:30, 8:20PM

Mon 4:10, 9:00PM, Tue 4:10, 6:00PM

BEN-HUR (M) Tue 10:00AM

BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (M) • Fri 10:00, 12:40,

3:20, 6:00, 8:40PM, SAT 10:00, 12:50, 3:40, 6:00,

8:40PM, Sun 10:15, 12:50, 3:40, 6:00, 8:40PM

CHASING GREAT (G) Thu 11:00, 1:20, 3:50, 6:10,

8:25PM, Fri 10:50, 4:00, 8:25PM, SAT 12:40, 6:30,

8:45PM, Sun 1:00, 6:10, 8:25PM, Mon 11:00, 1:15,

3:30, 6:30, 8:45PM, Tue 10:00, 12:25, 2:45, 5:00,

8:10PM, Wed 11:00, 1:20, 3:50, 6:10, 8:25PM

DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD (M)

Thu 1:20PM, Fri 11:00AM, Mon 1:45PM

Tue 12:30PM, Wed 1:00PM

JASON BOURNE (M) Thu 8:10PM, Fri 1:20PM

Mon 8:40PM Wed 8:40PM

NERVE (M) Thu 4:20, 6:35PM, Fri 4:10, 8:50PM

SAT 8:50PM, Sun 3:20, 8:00PM, Mon 2:10, 8:50PM,

Tue 4:20, 8:40PM, Wed 4:20, 6:40PM

PETES DRAGON (PG) • Thu 11:10, 1:30, 3:50,

6:00PM, Fri 10:40, 3:20, 5:50PM, SAT 10:30, 12:40,

3:20, 6:10PM, Sun 10:20, 12:35, 3:00, 6:00PM

Mon 10:30, 3:35PM, Tue 10:30, 3:35, 6:30PM

POI E (G) Tue 10:10AM

SAUSAGE PARTY (R16) • Thu 12:00, 2:20, 6:50,

8:40PM, Fri 4:20, 6:40, 9:00PM, SAT 2:40, 4:50,

9:10PM, Sun 11:20, 4:00, 8:50PM, Mon 12:00, 4:20,

9:05PM, Tue 12:15, 2:20, 9:00PM

SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • Thu 11:30, 1:50, 4:00,

6:30PM, Fri 10:00, 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:05PM

SAT 10:00, 11:00, 1:00, 3:10, 7:00PM, Sun 10:00,

12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 5:40PM, Mon 11:20, 1:20, 3:30,

6:40PM, Tue 11:00, 1:00, 3:20, 5:00PM, Wed 1:50,

4:00, 5:50PM

SUICIDE SQUAD (R13) Thu 3:40, 8:45PM

Sun 1:25PM, Mon 4:00PM, Tue 2:30PM

SULLY (M) • Thu 11:40, 2:00, 6:20, 8:30PM

Fri 11:40, 2:00, 6:20, 8:00PM, SAT 10:20, 12:30,

3:00, 8:20PM, Sun 11:00, 1:10, 6:30, 8:35PM

Mon 11:4 0, 2:00, 6:25, 8:30PM, Tue 11:40, 2:00,

6:20, 8:30PM, Wed 11:30, 2:00, 6:20, 8:30PM

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK - THE

TOURING YEARS (PG) Fri 1:10, 8:30PM, SAT 12:10,

5:50PM, Sun 10:10, 5:50PM, Mon-Tue 12:45,

6:10PM, Wed 12:45, 6:00PM

PRAMS AT THE PIX - TICKETS ONLY $9

SECRET LIFE OF PETS (G) • Wed 11:00AM

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS M - OFFENSIVE

LANGUAGE, SEXUAL REFERENCES & DRUG

USE. BAD MOMS R16 - SEX SCENES, SEXUAL

CONTENT & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. BEN-HUR M -

VIOLENCE. BLAIR WITCH R13 - VIOLENCE, HORROR

SCENES & OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. BLOOD

FATHER R16 - VIOLENCE, OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE

& DRUG USE. BRIDGET JONES’S BABY M -

OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & SEXUAL REFERENCES.

CHASING GREAT G. DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON

THE ROAD M - OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE, SEXUAL

REFERENCES & CONTENT THAT MAY OFFEND.

JASON BOURNE M - VIOLENCE. NERVE M

- ADULT THEMES. PETES DRAGON PG - LOW

LEVEL VIOLENCE. POI E G. SAUSAGE PARTY

R16 - SEX SCENES, VIOLENCE, DRUG USE &

OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE. SECRET LIFE OF PETS G.

SUICIDE SQUAD R13 - VIOLENCE & OFFENSIVE

LANGUAGE. SULLY M - OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE.

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK - THE TOURING

YEARS PG – OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE & DRUG

REFERENCES. THE REHEARSAL M - OFFENSIVE

LANGUAGE, SEXUAL REFERENCES & DRUG USE.


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Ph 377 0443

www.pepperberry.co.nz

Opposite Riccarton Racecourse.

Open Open Mon-Fri daily from 7am-3.30pm 6.30am

Sat www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

7.30am-1.30pm

CHALMERS RESTAURANT

IN THE THE BRICK HORNBY WORKS WMC

RESTAURANT & BAR

Fantastic Carvery (4 roasts) $20.50

and affordable A la Carte dining, Friday

Nestled and Saturday the nights foot of from the 5.30pm Cashmere Hills

is Early the bird's perfect get place a free to dessert enjoy the before welcoming 6.30pm.

Spring Sunday, season All You over Can a Eat long Buffet, lunch $25. or an Kids

evening

pay $1 for

meal.

each year (4-12 year olds).

Our

CLUB

atmosphere

CAFE OPEN

is stylish,

DAILY

yet casual,

FOR

with

friendly LUNCH service AND and DINNER. knowledgeable staff.

DAILY BLACKBOARD SPECIALS.

ENJOY THE LONGER DAYS

WITH US

17 Carmen Rd, Hornby

Ph 69 Centaurus 03 349 9026Rd, Cashmere

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz

Book now on 03 337 2227.

Club www.thebrickworks.co.nz

open 7 Days from 11am

Members, guests & affiliates

and new members welcome.

VALLEY BARETTA INN BAR TAVERN

& RESTAURANT

Spring is upon us and we have a new spring/

summer Is a little menu piece to of Italy tantalise in Christchurch. those taste buds.

From the moment you walk through the

Our door, fantastic you will sheltered feel like you courtyard have stepped is a great

place back to another sit and relax time over and place. a drink, From enjoying the

the exquisite early spring interior sun. and moody appearance,

to the inviting terracotta paved courtyard.

Baretta COURTESY is our interpretation VAN AVAILABLE of a classic

Italian THURSDAY trattoria with - SUNDAY a Kiwi influence.

2 Flavell NEW SEASON Street, Heathcote MENU Valley,

Christchurch. Ph 384 1124.

www.valleyinntavern.co.nz

174 St Asaph Street, Christchurch

Open

Ph 03

daily

260 2600.

from

www.baretta.co.nz

10am - 11pm

Email: reservations@baretta.co.nz

Open 7 Days : Sun-Wed 11.30am-1am

Thu-Sat 11.30am-3am

STORE BAKED

SWEET TREATS AND

DESSERTS

PIERVIEW RESTAURANT

NEW BRIGHTON CLUB

Located upstairs in the New Brighton

Club, the Pierview Restaurant offers a

stunning panoramic view of the Pegasus

coastline and New Brighton Pier.

BRUNCH BY THE SEASIDE!

SUNDAYS 10.30AM- 2.30PM

E U R O P E A N B U T C H E R Y

202 Marine Parade, New Brighton

Ph

Corner

388 8210

of Aikmans & Papanui Rd,

Open Friday, Saturday Ph 355 7750.

Sunday

from 5.30pm Open Mon-Fri 7.30am-6pm

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

Sat 7.30am-5pm.

www.traiteur.co.nz


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CLUBS NEW ZEALAND WARMLY WELCOME MEMBERS,

THEIR GUESTS AND AFFILIATE CLUB MEMBERS.

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT A CLUB WITHIN THIS SECTION.

Jukebox hits performed live

LOCAL performer, Anthony Easterbrook-

Carter returns to the Hornby Working Men’s

Club on Saturday 8th October with another

of his popular ‘Anthony’s Jukebox’ Shows.

“If you love dancing and singing along to

the great Rock & Rock 'n' Roll Hits of the

50's, 60's & 70's then this is for you,” said

Anthony. “All the songs are hits you will

know and want to dance along to. Songs

from Beatles, The Beach Boys, Cliff Richard,

Shadows, Elvis, Roy Orbison, The Shirelles,

Gerry & Pacemakers, CCR, Doobie Brothers

and many more.”

Anthony, who has been singing

professionally for over 25 years, has shared

the stage with many notable artists including

Frankie Stevens, Suzanne Prentice, Tony

Williams, George McArdle (Little River band

bass player).

A stellar lineup of local musos - John

Campbell (guitar/vocals); Trevor Wright

(bass/vocals); Maurice Sammons (lead

guitar/vocals); Wayne Alan (drums/vocals);

and Paul Andrew (keyboard/vocals) - make

up the backing band, ‘Backpack’.

Tickets on sale now at the club office at an

Early Bird price of $18 per ticket. Door sales

$20. Show starts at 7.30pm, doors open at

7pm.

H WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

«WHAT'S ON«

WESTVIEW LOUNGE

THIS SATURDAY

17 SEPTEMBER

4.30PM

BARROSS

8PM

IAN MAC

«COMING UP«

THURSDAY 29 SEPT

Gary McCormick

& Tim Shadbolt

TICKETS $25

«COMING UP«

FRIDAY 30 SEPT, 8pm

Madsen promotions presents

EAGLES,

BEEGEES,

QUEEN

TRIBUTE SHOW

TICKETS $20

SATURDAY 8 OCT, 7.30PM

ANTHONY’S

JUKEBOX

PRE-SALE TICKETS $18

DOOR SALES $20

ORNBY

JOIN

A CLUB BY

THE SEA!

Hornby WMC | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Road | Hornby

www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

WHAT’S

ON

TAB POD

- downstairs -

ClubBISTRO

Open Tuesday

to Saturday

12pm-2pm

and from 5pm.

Midweek

SPECIAL

$10

ROAST

Available Tuesday,

Wednesday,

& Thursday

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

Members Lucky Card Draw

7.35PM SATURDAY

ALL BLACKS v

S.AFRICA

SUNDAY

BRUNCH!

By the Seaside!

10.30am-2.30pm

- upstairs -

PIERVIEW

Restaurant

Quality a la carte

with a view!

Open FRIDAY,

SATURDAY,

& SUNDAY

from 5.30pm

FRIDAY SPECIAL:

BBQ PORK RIBS...

$19.50!

for a limited time

SUNDAY SPECIAL

$25 3-Course Feast

SUNDAY 25 SEP

Sumptuous BUFFET

$25... BOOK NOW!

SHUTTLE RUNNING Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat

202 Marine Parade | Ph 388-9416

Members, guests and affiliates welcome

The Woolston

Club...

A classic, contemporary

club experience

Cafe open from 11am

TAB & Gaming

Function Facilities

HOUSIE

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

SHUTTLE

Tuesday - Saturday

What’s On...

7PM SATURDAY

THE ACOUSTICS

Whitfords Bar

ALL BLACKS v S. AFRICA

7.35PM SATURDAY

JUG & PIZZA $20 during game

NEW SEASON MENU

OUT NOW!

Open 7 Days
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