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Possible

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PHOTOGENIC: Model-in-waiting Hank with Dogwatch manager Pam Howard.

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

HANK THE border collie cross

is looking for a new home.

And if he gets one, the twoyear-old

just might feature in

Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust’s

calendar – but not until 2019.

The trust’s 2018 calendars are

now on sale, featuring rescued

dogs which have been rehomed.

Hank, a bright, lovely and

playful animal, according to

trust manager Pam Howard,

has been without a home since

October.

Mrs Howard said many people

had wanted to adopt Hank,

but so far the right match hadn’t

been found.

Hank had been at the city

council pound before arriving at

the trust, and had some “quirks”

she said.

She described Hank as

“resource guarder” – a dog

that growls and snarls at other

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Hank waits for his turn to be a calendar boy

animals and people to stay away

from an object it might be

guarding.

“He just needs an owner that

understands when dogs have

quirks you work with them and

you don’t set them up to fail,”

Mrs Howard said.

•Turn to page 4

• By Sarla Donovan

WHERE A skate park will be

sited between Ferrymead and

Sumner has been narrowed down

to four possibilities.

Residents will be told of the

secret sites before public consultation

is opened in late January.

The issue of where a skate park

is located has been a hot potato

for nearly two decades.

So controversial is it, that

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board members have

been sworn to secrecy over the

possible sites until residents living

near them are told.

Normally outspoken board

member Darrell Latham said:

“Until such time as it has gone

out for consultation we’ve all been

advised that we can’t breach confidentiality.

I’d love to be able to tell

you but I’d get hung, drawn and

quartered. “

Another board member, Tim

Lindley, echoed Dr Latham, confirming

the board had discussed

the list but had been advised not

to talk to media: “I know what it

is, I think it’s good, I think good

things will come of it but we’ll just

have to wait and see.”

•Turn to page 5

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Tuesday December 26 2017

from the editor’s desk

COMMUNITY NEWS

I’M A bit of a dog sort of person.

Others might say I’m a dog of a bloke,

and if they do, I’d probably take it as a

compliment.

That’s why I’ve featured the 2018 Dogwatch

calendar in today’s paper.

The calendar is a fundraiser for this great organisation and

the canines which feature in it are ones that they have rescued

and rehomed.

The system works like this: The dogs which end up in council

pounds have seven days to be collected. The pounds then have

the unenviable job of giving them the chop or rehoming them.

This is where Dogwatch comes in. If there’s room, unwanted

dogs are taken in and then the search for a suitable home begins.

Hank, who features on page 1, has been at Dogwatch since

late October. He has a few quirks but otherwise is a lovely dog,

as most border collies are.

Photographer Martin Hunter said he played ball for the pic.

It would be nice for Hank to have a home.

Give Dogwatch a call on 981 4708.

Also, if you’re a bit confused by our masthead today – Bay

Harbour News, Pegasus Post, Southern View – it’s because we’ve

rolled three of our community newspapers into one.

It happens at this time of the year.

But our stand alone communities will be back in your letter

boxes on Tuesday, January 9.

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News

Chef stars in new food book

FOOD FIRST: Roots Restaurant owner and chef Giulio Sturla.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Sarla Donovan

ROOTS Restaurant, chef Jonny

Schwass, Otakaro Orchard,

and the urban farm, Cultivate

Christchurch, all feature in a

new book about food.

Kai and culture: Food stories

from Aotearoa takes a closer

look at New Zealand’s emerging

food identity. It explores current

trends around growing, making

and eating food through essays,

profiles and recipes.

Chef and co-owner of Lyttelton’s

multi-award-winning Roots

Restaurant, Giulio Sturla, features

in the book. Writer Aaron

McLean tells the story of the

chef’s journey to New Zealand

from Chile, setting up Roots

with his wife Christy five years

ago, and subsequently shaking

up the New Zealand food scene.

Although the food served at

Roots bears little resemblance to

what most of us cook on an average

evening, Mr Sturla said that

was exactly how he liked it.

He wants to create an appetite

and a market for foods that

aren’t readily accessible to most

Kiwis – like scampi, paua, crayfish,

truffles and certain types of

vegetables.

His argument goes like this:

Because producers don’t think

there is a market here, consumers

end up paying export prices.

“There are so many foods

available in New Zealand but

not for everyday people. They’re

there, but they’re costly for

households and many people

may not even know how to get

hold of them. There isn’t a 24/7

farmers’ market or fish market

here (for example).”

He would also like Christchurch

restaurants to develop more

of a focus on their food.

“I’d like to see smaller restaurants

with an ingredient-focused

kitchen – these big kitchens

aren’t sustainable. Christchurch

doesn’t have enough people. The

only way to make them (financially

viable) is through alcohol

sales. Why do you have to create

a big bar and hide the kitchen?

I’d like to see more balance between

alcohol and food. So many

new places focus on the fit out,

rather than making an interesting

menu.”

Roots was one of only eight

restaurants nationally to gain

the maximum three “hats” at

this year’s Cuisine Good Food

awards – and the only one outside

Auckland.

But Mr Sturla is adamant

his restaurant wouldn’t work

anywhere else but Lyttelton, and

he plans to keep on doing exactly

what he has been.

Editor Emma Johnson has

assembled a wide range of

contributors for the book, including

Dr Siouxsie Wiles, Alex

Davies, Fleur Sullivan, Rebekah

Graham, David White, Dr Tracy

Berno, Rachel Tauelelei and

Monique Fiso.

Ms Johnson said she loved

food and had always wanted to

produce a book about it.

“All the new initiatives that

were springing up around the

city post-earthquake, from

urban farms through to markets

through to restaurants like Gatherings

and Roots using our local,

edible resources, it just seemed

to indicate people were wanting

to know more about where their

food was coming from.”

•Kai and culture: Food

stories from Aotearoa is

available at Scorpio Books,

Frances Nation, Barry’s Bay

Cheese, Black Estate and

Piccadilly Books

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News

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In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

DYERS PASS SPEED LIMIT

More than 500 submissions

were received on proposed

changes to speed limits on

Dyers Pass Rd. The city council

is looking at introducing a flat

speed limit of 60km/h from

the Sign of the Takahe to the

intersection of Governors

Bay and Dyers Pass Rds. It

also wants to put no-passing

lines along some sections.

Consultation on the proposals

closed last week. The Banks

Peninsula and Spreydon-

Cashmere community boards

will make a decision on the nopassing

lines by March, while

the city council has the final

say on speed limits.

RUBBISH COLLECTIONS

As New Year’s Day falls on

a Monday, the city council’s

Monday rubbish collection will

move to Tuesday, the Tuesday

collection to Wednesday,

the Wednesday collection

to Thursday, the Thursday

collection to Friday, and the

Friday collection to Saturday.

Normal collection resumes

from Monday, January 8. All

eco-drops and transfer stations

will be closed on New Year’s

Day. Libraries will have variable

opening days/times until

January 3.

Kerbside Collection Dates

for Christmas and New Year

Starting this Christmas, you’ll notice a change with

your wheelie bin collection. For the weeks starting

Monday 25 December and Monday 1 January 2018,

wheelie bins will be collected the day after their usual

collection day.

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• Tuesday collections will be picked up on Wednesday

• Wednesday collections will be picked up on Thursday

• Thursday collections will be picked up on Friday

• Friday collections will be picked up on Saturday

Please ensure wheelie bins are placed at the kerbside

by 6am on your deferred collection day.

Download the Christchurch Wheelie Bins App for

collection day reminders. Available on Android and iOS.

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Tuesday December 26 2017

News

Historical

links to

Redcliffs

fountain

feature of

restoration

• By Sarla Donovan

THE DRINKING fountain in

front of Barnett Park, Redcliffs,

has been restored with help from

some of the residents involved

in its installation more than 40

years ago.

The fountain fell over after the

February 22, 2011, earthquake,

and has been out of action since.

Now the Rotary Club of Linwood-Woolston

has paid to fix

the fountain, which was repaired

by Willcox Plumbing last week.

Redcliffs resident Neralie

Brittenden approached the club

three years ago after the city

council told her the repairs were

well down its list of priorities.

She discovered one of the club’s

members had a strong connection

with the fountain.

The club’s chairman at the

time of its installation and now

secretary, architect Gerald Austin,

designed the original seating

area where the fountain had been

placed in the early 1970s.

The original fountain was

installed by Jack Willcox, of

Willcox Plumbing, who was also

a club member. He was helped

out by his son Barry.

Jack died earlier this year,

and this time, it was Barry who

helped repair the fountain.

The Rotary club also put in

new seating several months ago.

Mr Austin said the club has

had a long association with Barnett

Park.

“In the good old days, we used

to have a fair, which was a great

occasion. We planted trees down

the bottom of the park, which

are now grown, so we do have a

connection.”

BESTIES: Cruise (left) who was adopted in 2014, with best

buddy Honey.

HAPPY: Lucy was adopted in 2012.

Doggone good calendars

•From page 1

Hank is one of 12 dogs the

trust is currently trying to

rehome.

In a bid to continue rehoming

abandoned dogs, the trust has

teamed up with Community

Energy Action to create the 2018

calendar.

The calendar’s message focuses

on raising awareness about the

rescuing and rehoming of abandoned

dogs and aims to educate

people about energy efficiency.

“It is a combined effort that

has gone down very well. Some

dogs just do not cope with cold

weather,” Mrs Howard said.

The trust has been producing

calendars since about 2011.

Funds raised go towards the

operation of the rescue centre.

“We have always had huge

support from the community but

this year we were sponsored by

CEA. They have done a fantastic

job,” Mrs Howard said.

Dogwatch is a charitable trust

which rescues and rehomes dogs

and puppies that have ended up

in the Christchurch, Selwyn and

Waimakariri pounds.

After a seven-day holding

period, the council becomes the

legal owner and either rehomes

the dog or puts it down.

If no one claims the dog, Dogwatch

is contacted and if it has

kennel space, the dog is taken

into its care.

•Calendars are available for

purchase online at www.

cea.co.nz/dogs or from the

Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust

at its adoption centre, 230

Dyers Rd, or at the CEA, 299

Tuam St.

COMMUNITY NEWS

TREASURED: Gus (above)

and Micah were rehomed

by the Dogwatch Sanctuary

Trust this year and will

feature in its calendar next

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Trust ‘couldn’t believe’ Christmas generosity

FESTIVE: June Wilson (left), trust co-ordinator Betty Chapman

and trust patron Margaret Austin enjoying the Christmas party.

• By Emily O’Connell

CHICKEN, HAM, eggs, salad,

crackers and make-up samples

were among the items donated

to a community trust’s annual

Christmas party on Wednesday.

Wainoni Avonside Community

Services Trust co-ordinator Betty

Chapman said she “couldn’t believe

how generous people were.”

The party was attended by 70

people from 12 different groups

run by the trust throughout the

year.

Mrs Chapman said she has

never received so much support.

“People have come out of the

woodwork, and you should see

this bench – it’s full of food,” she

said.

Mrs Chapman said the party,

which took two weeks to plan,

was about spreading joy.

“Companionship and being

happy . . . it sounds simple but it’s

true, that’s what’s important.”

Mrs Chapman said the trust

was able to use some of the left

CELEBRATION: The Wainoni Avonside Community Services

Trust was overwhelmed with the support it received for its

Christmas party last week.

PHOTOS: LEE HAWKEY

over food for the volunteers’

Christmas party the following

day.

She some of the volunteers are

in their 80s and still help out

every day.

“One lady here now, she’s been

with me for 16 years. She remembers

how people have their cups

of tea . . . that’s so important for

elderly,” Mrs Chapman said.

She thanked Bush Road and

Peter Timbs Meats for their generous

food donations.

Secrecy over skate park sites

Tim Lindley

•From page 1

The need for a skate facility in

the Sumner/Redcliffs area was

first recognised by the city council

as far back as 2000.

In November 2009, a concept

plan for a bike and skate

area in Barnett Park,

Redcliffs met with strong

opposition from some of

the community.

The Hagley-Ferrymead

Community Board

visited 15 potential sites

within the park, before

asking for further community

consultation on the plan.

The September 2010 and February

2011 earthquakes halted the

project due to no further funding

being available.

In October, 2014, clothing

giant Levi’s approached the city

council, offering to put $180,000

towards constructing a skate park

in Christchurch.

Sumner was confirmed as a

good place, but 10 months later,

the company had retracted its offer,

saying it was taking too long

to gain resource consent.

In February this year a temporary

skate ramp at 36 Wakefield

Ave was shut down when it failed

to comply with the city plan’s

noise standards.

But last week resource

consent was granted for

the ramp to be installed at

26 Nayland St.

Sumner Skate and Green

spokeswoman Kimberley

Mossman said a group of

volunteers would get it up

and running by February.

As a condition of the consent, it

must be locked outside the hours

of 7am to 9pm.

Consultation on the shortlist of

sites for a permanent skate park

will be from January 29 to February

26.

A Community workshop is

planned for February 12.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board will

make a decision on a permanent

skate park site in April/May.

Pipeline construction to begin soon

CONSTRUCTION OF two

submarine pipelines to carry

wastewater from Governors

Bay and Diamond Harbour to

Lyttelton will begin in February.

The 5km and 1.8km pipelines

are part of a $53 million scheme

that will end the discharge of

treated wastewater into Lyttelton

Harbour by 2021.

Currently, wastewater from

Lyttelton, Governors Bay and

Diamond Harbour is treated

before being discharged through

outfall pipelines into the harbour.

Under the new scheme

untreated wastewater from

Governors Bay and Diamond

Harbour will be carried through

the submarine pipelines to a new

pump station on Simeon Quay

in Lyttelton.

It will then be piped through

the Lyttelton Tunnel to the

Ferrymead pump station and

onto the Bromley wastewater

treatment plant, where it will

be treated. From there it will be

discharged out to sea through

the Christchurch Ocean Outfall.

City council service general

manager David Adamson said

the pipelines will be buried

about 1m deep into the seabed,

which is sufficiently deep to

prevent anchors catching or the

pipes being damaged in storms,

tsunamis or earthquakes.

“Construction of the marine

pipelines will involve pre-fabrication

of pipe strings onshore

before they are joined together

and bottom-pulled out to the

required location. A backhoe

dredger will then be employed

MOVING ON:

Wastewater

discharges

into Lyttelton

Harbour will

be a thing of

the past by

2021.

to excavate the trench, lower

the pipeline and backfill it,’’ Mr

Adamson said.

Contractors McConnell

Dowell have built several marine

outfall pipes, including the

Christchurch Ocean Outfall

eight years ago.

On-site work being done by

NZTA installing the wastewater

line through the Lyttelton Tunnel

was recently delayed with

problems manufacturing the

overseas-made pipe.

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SPECIAL SURPRISE: The Cat’s Pyjamas Preschool and Nursery children, Anna

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PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

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CHILDREN ACROSS Canterbury

received a Christmas surprise in the mail

– a personalised letter from the big man

in the red suit.

The letters from Santa Claus travelled all

the way from the North Pole to children

in Canterbury.

The Cat’s Pyjamas Preschool and

Nursery in West Melton was one of

thousands of pre-schools and primary

schools in New Zealand to receive the

letters.

Children from the pre-school’s

inventors, adventure and navigator

classrooms had their letters handed out at

its Christmas concert.

With a bit of help from New Zealand

Post, Santa sent about 73,000 letters to

children from 1102 schools and early

childhood education centres across the

country.

The Cat’s Pyjamas Preschool and

Nursery owner Tracy Summerfield said

the children were “blown away” and

appreciated the nice gesture from New

FROM LAW at Oxford University to

long-standing deputy head at

The Cathedral Grammar School,

Penny Tattershaw (right) will

now take on the role of principal

at St Michael’s Church School.

Ms Tattershaw, who was most

recently Cathedral Grammar

deputy head, will bring a varied

background to her new position

at the central city school.

She trained at Exeter University

School of Education after finishing a

law degree at the iconic Oxford University

in the United Kingdom.

Zealand Post. She said being given the

opportunity to write letters to Santa was

great for the children’s literacy skills.

Hatchimals, dolls, toy tractors, trucks,

racing cars and rugby-themed toys

were popular requests made to Santa by

children at the pre-school.

LOL Surprise Dolls, Baby Alive

Dolls, Nerf guns and TV character toys

from the films Frozen and PAW Patrol

were common requests from children

nationwide.

But as Santa reminded them in his

letter: “Christmas is more than just about

presents. Its about celebrating with your

friends and family.”

New Zealand Post has been helping

letters get to and from Santa for the past

19 years.

A New Zealand Post spokeswoman

said it wanted to bring joy to people at

Christmas and help keep the magic of

Santa alive.

“Receiving a letter from Santa is a

magical moment for a child and being

a postal business we can play a role in

facilitating that moment,” she said.

Cathedral Grammar deputy

takes reins at St Michael’s

She then began her 25-year teaching

career in the independent schools’

sectors across the UK and New

Zealand.

“It is a privilege to be entrusted

by parents with the task of providing

their child with the essential

foundation for their education, their

foundation for life,” Ms Tattershaw

said.

She is also a keen sportswoman,

having played hockey and water

polo up to international level in her youth.

She is now kept busy as senior coach with

the Harewood Hockey Club.

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Aquamax

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44 80 $

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93 76

Black+Decker

18V Li-Ion 4PC Tool Set

Includes cordless drill driver, circular saw,

reciprocating saw,

2x1.5Ah Li-ion

batteries,

charger and

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$

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109 $

259

Karcher

K2 Basic Electric

Waterblaster

1400W

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pump. Lightweight

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motor.

269411

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400ML fuel tank

capacity.

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system.

290156

Jobmate

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Heavy duty steel

cutting blade.

249888

Jobmate

Petrol Lawnmower 125CC

One piece Bar Blade for

efficient cutting. Fabric catcher.

Cutting height range

15-69MM.

249924

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COMMUNITY NEWS Tuesday December 26 2017 9

Adventures

at Living

Springs

SCHOOLS

Hillmorton High School year 10 students stayed active on

their camp at Living Springs. In the evenings, the students

enjoyed roasting marshmallows on an open fire and

during the days they did archery, tree climbing and swum

at Rapaki Bay. Some year 12 students helped lead the

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Tuesday December 26 2017

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Ingredients

2 tsp salt

1 telegraph cucumber

1 tsp sugar

1 tsp fresh dill (chopped)

1 tsp fresh mint (chopped)

16 mussels

3 tomatoes

1 basil

1 olive oil

Directions

Thinly slice the cucumber.

Place on a plate and scatter with

the salt, sugar, dill and mint.

Leave to cure for two hours then

pat dry before serving with the

salad. Scrub the mussels, remove

any beards then steam until just

open. Chop into quarters. Slice

the tomatoes then arrange with

the cucumber and mussels on a

platter. Scatter with basil leaves

and drizzle with olive oil.

BARBECUE RUMP STEAK

WITH SMOKY RED

CAPSICUM SAUCE

Ingredients

2 roasted red capsicums, peeled,

seeded and chopped

½ red onion, chopped

¼ cup chopped parsley

4 cloves garlic, chopped

¼ cup red wine vinegar

¼ cup red wine

1 Tbsp honey

1 Tbsp dijon mustard

1 Tbsp smoked paprika

1 red chilli, finely diced

½ cup olive oil

4 pieces of rump steak

1 serving oil, for grilling

Directions

To roast the capsicum, place it

straight on to the flames in the

barbecue and rotate until all of

the outside is blackened. Place in

a plastic bag and tie a knot in the

top to make the capsicum sweat

so the skin is easier to remove.

Mix together all of the sauce

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and pepper to taste.

Remove the steaks from the

fridge and allow to come to room

temperature. Heat your barbecue

to a medium to high heat.

Pat the steaks dry and season

well with salt and pepper.

Cook on the barbecue turning

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side for medium rare. Remember

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2 tea spoons chia seeds

6 mint leaves, plu s more for ga rnish

Ice (option al)

At

we have all the ingredients to make...

refreshing mocktail

recipes

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If using juicer: Juice the watermelon, stra wberries, a nd

lime according to juicer’s instructions. Discard the pulp.

If using blender or food processor: Blend the watermelon,

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sieve, pushing the juice through with a spatula. Discard

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1. Mix the chia seeds into the juice a nd refrigerate for

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2. Muddle 3 mint leaves in the bottom of each glass.

F ill glasses with ice (optional). Stir the juice to break up

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1 cu p freshly squ eezed ora nge juice

1 mediu m ora nge, sliced into thin rou nds

1 mediu m le mon, sliced into thin rou nds

1 mediu m li me, sliced into thin rou nds

1 mediu m a pple, cored a nd cut into 1/2-inch

chu nks

3 cu ps Soda water

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cin n a mon sticks a nd steep for 5 minutes.

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Tuesday December 26 2017

News

Charities get proceeds from

Eastgate present wrapping

COMMUNITY NEWS

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

THE PRESENT wrapping

booth at Eastgate Shopping

Centre offered something a bit

different for busy Christmas

shoppers this year.

It was run by charities, which

supplied volunteers to wrap

presents for a gold coin donation

– all of which went to help the

cause.

Last week the SPCA was running

the booth, but centre manager

Monique Burke said there

had been various other groups

involved at different times.

“We have had Plunket, Aviva

Family Violence Services, the

Canterbury Charity Hospital

and the City to Sumner Community

Watch patrol. We like

to help charities as much as we

can; this was a way to provide

a service to customers and the

money goes to a good cause.”

The centre provided the

wrapping paper, tape and

scissors, while the actual

wrapping itself was done by

charity volunteers.

Most of the charities involved

had worked with the shopping

centre throughout the year,

said Miss Burke. The booth has

GIFTING: Volunteers from the Canterbury SPCA offered

Christmas present wrapping at Eastgate Shopping Centre.

become a tradition at the centre,

and is the only one of its type

to offer present wrapping as a

charity fundraiser.

While Miss Burke couldn’t say

how much money each charity

raised, it was an opportunity

they appreciated, she said.

New beachside playground

makes a splash in Brighton

Hundreds turned out for the opening of the New Brighton

seaside playground on Wednesday. The playground is the first

of several initiatives aimed at revitalising the suburb.

Multi-million dollar beachside hot pools are scheduled to open

late next year and changes to the commercial area are in the

pipeline.

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COMMUNITY NEWS Tuesday December 26 2017 13

BRIDALSHOW

25th March, 2018

10am – 3pm

Air Force Museum of NZ

45 Harvard Ave, Wigram,

Christchurch

2x Fashion parades showcasing

the latest Bridal styles.

All the experts under one roof.

www.withthisring.kiwi for tickets


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Community Events

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Gardening

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ph 0800 003 181 or 027

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roofs. Experienced

tradesman. Call Bill on

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& exterior painting & all

forms of interior plastering

& jib fixing, ph Mark 021

171-1586 or 355-5994

PLUMBER

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Plumber for all types of

plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

350-231

PLUMBER

For prompt service for all

plumbing maintenance,

repairs and alterations.

Phone Michael 364 7080

or 027 438 3943

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plumbing maintenance,

repairs and alterations.

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or 027 438 3943

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stereos, DVD. Aerial

installations and kitsets,

480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

379 1400

VHS VIDEO TAPES

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converted to DVD, video

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ph 03 338-1655

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or 027 313 8156

TOOLS

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woodworking,

mechanical, engineering,

sawbenches, lathes, cash

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2002 Holden Commodore S

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2000 FORD COURIER XLX D/CAB

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2005 Suzuki Swift

1.2, auto, alloys, ABS, twin airbags.

$8,990

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honda accord euro

Top luxury sport wagon,

2.4L 4 cylinder

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03 349 9298

$21,999

1998 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER VX

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20 Opawa Rd, Christchurch, Ph (03) 379 2675 • 361 Wilsons Rd, Christchurch, Ph (03) 982 8674

$14,999

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Stability ctrl, ABS, Cruise ctrl, Leather trim,

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COMMUNITY NEWS Tuesday December 26 2017 15

What’s On

Entertainment

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

Start your day

with us

We are open

from 6.30am

every day

COOKED

BREAFASTS

from

$

18

‘Famous for their roasts!’

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

Seniors SPECIAL

Two courses $20

Soup/Roast or

Roast/Dessert

Special available lunch only

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm

The Buffet Restaurant is closed and

reopens on Thursday 4th Jan 2018.

We wish everyone a very happy festive period

and look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.

SERVING

HAPPY HOUR

5PM - 7PM DAILY

OUR CABINET ITEMS

ARE HOMEMADE

CREATED FRESH ON SITE DAILY

$12

LUNCH

SPECIALS

COFFEE

HAPPY

H O U R

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential

PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant

www.gardenhotel.co.nz

2PM-4PM

DAILY

$3.50

Offer available for a limited time

and includes tea, hot chocolate

MON: ROAST MEAL

TUE: FISH & CHIPS

WED: FISH BURGER

THU: ROAST MEAL

SAT: FISH & CHIPS

GBC will be operating limited hours (9am - 4pm) from

Thurs 28th Dec to New Years Eve; and closed

Mon 1st to Wed 3rd Jan 2018.

We will resume normal business hours from Thurs 4th Jan 2018.

AVAILABLE

FROM

11.30AM-2PM

FOR A

LIMITED TIME

PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH

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DINNER HAS NEVER BEEN THIS GOOD

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NYREE 6PM WHITFORDS

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Cafe

OPEN

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HOUSIE:

Tuesday &

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DINNER from 5pm

KID’S EAT FOR FREE!

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WE WISH EVERYONE A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR

The

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H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

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NEW SUMMER MENU

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NEW YEARS EVE, 8PM

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GF & V options available

TICKETS $5. NO DOOR SALES

Chalmers

Restaurant

PLEASE NOTE:

CHALMERS IS CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS

REOPENING THURS 11 JAN

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

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

New Years Eve Rock Party!!!

Live music

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DRIVE trio

Garden Bar from 8.30pm

Complimentary Nibbles

through the evening &

Bubbles at Midnight

$100 cash draws from 8pm

Members, swipe your card

at the bar to enter.

Must be present to win.

Buffet Dinner

Riverview Restaurant

Two course Buffet

Dinner Main & Dessert

Only $25pp. Book now!

Courtesy Coach from 4pm

(Subject to availability)

Designated Drivers

FREE soft drink, coffee,

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50 Colombo St, Cashmere | Ph: 03 332 0092, Fax: 03 337 3772 | www.cashmereclub.co.nz

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UPSTAIRS

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Open from 5.30pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday,

and for Sunday Brunch from 10.30am to 2pm.

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET

LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH

NEXT BUFFET : BOOK NOW!

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Sunday 31st Dec, from 5.30pm

DOWNSTAIRS : CLUB BISTRO

Open Tuesday to Saturday

from 12pm - 2pm & from 5pm.

202 Marine Pde | Ph 388 9416 | www.newbrightonclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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Tuesday December 26 2017

COMMUNITY NEWS

Safe travels these holidays 25 th to 31 st December 2017

$

8 99

pk

great deal

$

1 99

ea

Fresh NZ Iceberg Lettuce

2 for

$

5 00

Big

2.25L

Size

Fresh Tegel NZ Ready

To Grill Chicken

Kebabs 8 Pack

Coke/Sprite/

Fanta/Lift/L&P

2.25L

$

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kg

Fresh NZ Lamb Loin Chops

$

2 99

ea

3 for

$

5 00

Dole Philippine

Tropical Gold

Pineapples

Bluebird Original/

Thick/Thinly Cut

Chips 140-150g

great deal

$

1 00

ea

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$

4 99

ea

Tip Top Ice Cream 2L

$

1 00

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Schweppes Flavours

Soft Drink 1.5L

(Excludes Mixers)

Bluebird Burger Rings/

Twisties/Cheezels/

Rashuns 110-120g

$

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pk

DB Draught/Export Gold/Tui/

Speight’s Gold Medal Ale/Summit

24 x 330ml Bottles

$

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ea

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Jacob’s Creek

Sparkling 750ml

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Dine Single Tray

Cat Food 85g

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Sumner, Wairakei only. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Trade not supplied.

Please drink

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