Southern View: February 13, 2018

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Residents,

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over rubbish

CLEAN UP: On Monday Sumner residents Susan Kaschula (above) and Lesley Murdoch put in

more than eight hours to clean up and weed along the gravel walkway next to Scarborough

Park on Heberden Ave and the verge next to the paddling pool.

• By Sarla Donovan

RESIDENTS concerned with the

maintenance of Sumner’s public

spaces, including overflowing

rubbish bins, will meet with city

council staff this week.

It comes after a public meeting

on Thursday, where a

group of 30 Sumner

residents met to discuss

how to resolve longstanding

concerns, particularly

about rubbish

collection.

Representatives from

the Sumner Community

Residents’ Association,

Sumner Adopt-a-

Patch project, Sumner

Business Group and

Esplanade Gardening

Group presented at the meeting.

At a meeting with city council

staff and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham on Thursday, the

residents’ association will raise its

issues of concern.

They include what penalties

might be levied on contractors

who fail to empty rubbish bins

as scheduled; the frequency of

bin emptying throughout 2018;

maintenance of public gardens

and lawns and whether the Adopta-Patch

project can work with

the city council to improve public

places.

Adopt-a-Patch aims

to improve patches of

land around Sumner

and Taylors Mistake

through residents

‘adopting’ specific

areas for weeding,

pruning and other

maintenance.

Residents’ association

manager Liza

Sparrow said those

present were reassured

that there is a general

desire from residents and businesses

to help where they can.

“We are confident that the

board will remain supportive

of residents’ desires to improve

the situation of rubbish removal.

Other issues of toilets, curbs and

signage were also mooted,” said

Ms Sparrow.

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News

Lady Wigram’s new facilities

Ribbon cut

on Saturday

THE LADY Wigram

Retirement Village is moving

a step closer to completion,

with the opening of 16 new

apartments and a community

centre.

The new facilities were opened

by Wigram MP Megan Woods

on Saturday.

The celebrations were part of

an open home weekend at Lady

Wigram.

Owned by Golden Healthcare

Group, the $100 million retirement

village was launched after

the earthquakes, with the first

stage of the 101 villas opened in

2015.

The latest hotel style accommodation

includes a restaurant,

bar, billiard room, movie theatre

and library.

Owner John Tooby said the

next stage of Lady Wigram was

now well under way, featuring

another 14 apartments, swimming

pool, spa and gym.

When completed, there will

be 73 apartments, a rest home, a

dementia facility and a hospital.

“In our experience, a lot of

BEGINNING: Wigram MP Megan Woods doing the honours at the newly opened Lady

Wigram apartments.

people are choosing to move

into retirement village life earlier

because they recognise the

benefits of the ease of living and

it allows them greater freedom

and more social interaction.

“This means that it’s really

important for us to provide

amenities that help residents to

socialise and keep active. More

and more, retirement villages

are becoming communities

within their own right.”

Golden Healthcare bought the

5.7ha Lady Wigram site from

Ngāi Tahu Property in 2013.

Lady Wigram is a short walk

from The Landing, the central

retail hub of the Wigram Skies

subdivision, and only a short

drive to Hornby Mall, the

Hornby Working Men’s Club

and the city.

Golden Healthcare Group

already provides dementia, aged

care and mental health support

at seven facilities, employing

259 staff, and

cares for approximately 350

residents.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

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Former Broadfield School principal

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primary school in Knights Stream

Park. The school, on the corner of

Richmond and Killarney Aves, will

open early 2019. It will cater for up

to 450 pupils from year 0-8.

LEAGUE AWARDS

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missed out on being named female

volunteer for the year at the New

Zealand Rugby League Awards on

Saturday night in Auckland. Mrs

Tuli, wife of the late Teni Tuli, who

died just before his 300th game

for the club, was nominated in the

most contested category of the

night with nine others. Volunteer

Chantez Connor, of the Otaika

Eagles in Northland, took home

the award.

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McMaster & Heap

Veterinary practice

Charity work

For a while now, Steve and I have helped

out charity organizations in Christchurch.

We are involved with CPL, redzonecats and

more recently the SPCA. We all really enjoy

the involvement and working relationship

we have with these organizations, ensuring

that these animals get “Gold” Standard

treatment and care in our hospital, just like

any of our pets would receive.

Megan and a tabby kitten in for desexing.

What has amazed me is the total

commitment , kindness and compassion

the inspectors, fosterers, vets and carers we

have dealt with have for these homeless,

sick and often abused animals. Many of

these people work voluntarily. It is not an

easy job, physically or emotionally. They

see a lot of things we shouldn’t have to

be exposed to. They often transform

their homes to cater for the fast growing

number of cats to care for. They do the

very best in terms of nutrition and pet care.

They genuinely care and want to improve

the life and health for this animal.

Working with the CPL means we mainly

desex, microchip and vaccinate kittens who

are living with fosterers until they are ready

to be put up for adoption. One of the best

parts of our day is cuddling these kittens

– all are so cute and huggable. Robyn

who we liase with, has worked tirelessly

and voluntarily for over 25 years for the

CPL and is just one of the kindest most

generous people I know. She makes a huge

difference in the lives of those kittens and

has a dedicated team of fosterers to help.

CPL kittens awaiting their surgery.

Redzonecats also do a remarkable job,

a job no one else was prepared to do, in

that they carefully monitor and trap stray

cats in earthquake redzoned areas and

endeavor to find their previous owners or

socialize and rehome these cats to loving

families. Many of these cats have been

alone and “just surviving” since 2011 and

so are difficult for us to handle without

sedation. Initially we check these cats for

FIV and FeLV ( Feline Aids or Feline leukemia

Virus) and if they test negative we will often

desex and vaccinate these cats, perform

dentistry on mouths that require it, and

groom or xray where appropriate. These

cats are given a fantastic chance and we

all treat them with respect, kindness and

humility. We love helping out Jane and her

cats. Another outstanding woman who

genuinely cares about animals.

Recently we have started working

alongside the SPCA. This has been

particularly rewarding diagnosing and

treating these animals to the best of

our ability and providing them with a

level of kindness and care they often

haven’t experienced before. The SPCA

inspectors we deal with are a wonderful

bunch of passionate, gentle people who

are solely dedicated to helping improve

the lives of the animals in their care. We

examine sick and uplifted animals, provide

diagnostics such as xrays, blood testing

and ultrasounds where necessary and

we provide intensive care monitoring if

needed. Due to being open 7 days, the

weekends can often be busy checking out

SPCA patients and providing a treatment

plan.

We even see tortoises - here Kirsty is

performing a hind leg amputation

to save its life.

Steve and I are very proud to be

associated with the above organizations

and we have met some fabulous people

along the way, who all share our views

that a pets’ life is just as important as our

own, and these special furry friends of ours

should be treated and cared for exactly

the same. We are all headed in the same

direction whereby we want to decrease

animal abuse and abandonment by way of

providing the correct education to people,

care that is affordable and showing respect

and kindness to everyone, regardless of

where they come from. Everyone does

deserve the love and companionship of

owning a pet but it’s not a decision to be

taken lightly and the correct advice and

education from us as health professionals is

vitally important for a successful outcome.

Dr Michele McMaster

For more information on the work these

organizations do and if you are looking at

adopting a pet please visit their websites

– redzonecats.org.nz, cats.org.nz and

spcacanterbury.org.nz

News

Experimental slipway

needs to be repaired

• By Sarla Donovan

AN experimental new

slipway at the Moncks

Bay boat ramp site hasn’t

worked and will need to

be fixed.

It was put in by the city

council prior to Christmas,

but city council

manager capital delivery

community Darren Moses

confirmed it wasn’t installed

correctly,

Prior to its installation,

decaying concrete was

removed from the original

ramp – shortening its

length.

And the hinged extension

sits much higher than

the original ramp beneath,

making the drop-off difficult

to launch from.

Christchurch Yacht

Club commodore Richard

Ineson said it was “a bit of

a shambles” at the moment

as sailors and jet skiers

were avoiding the slipway

and launching off the

beach instead.

This was creating concern

among beachgoers.

Mr Ineson and club

Janie Porter

Headland

Janie Porter is a New Zealander and lives in Christchurch. She

trained in England, New Zealand and at the University of Fine

Arts in Hanoi, Vietnam.

She is known for her work in portraiture, landscape and birds.

Working in a variety of different mediums, mostly with a palette

knife, she builds layers of paint constantly experimenting with

light, transparency and form.

Janie has lived nearly her entire life near the sea and has loved

and observed birds since she was a child.

Headland

“Headland is about the Port Hills and Banks Peninsula,

Horomaka. Walks and wanderings. Thinking about conservation

and the sheer love and hard work of the locals who protect

and manage the land and its beautiful birds.

Our taonga. This exhibition feels like just the

beginning, there is so much left to say.”

Janie Porter February 2018

Wildside Project

The Wildside Project is a large scale collaboration

of landowners, Christchurch City Council,

Department of Conservation, Environment

Canterbury, and BPCT for the protection of a

variety of endemic, threatened, and iconic species

such as the endemic white-flippered little blue

penguin, the only titi (sooty shearwater) colony

in Canterbury, and yellow-eyed penguin at their

northern breeding range. jewelled gecko, spotted

PROBLEM: This slipway at the Moncks Bay boat

ramp was placed too high, making it difficult for

boats and jet skiers to launch from. ​

president Lyndsey Ebert

met with engineer Paul

Ferguson and city council

parks project manager

Steven Gray to talk about

the club’s concerns.

The club has its own

slipway, said Mr Ineson,

but uses the city council

one as the lack of rocks

and concrete made it

“friendlier” for yachts and

other boats.

Mr Moses said discussions

were “ongoing with

the yacht club to determine

an agreed solution,

which, in turn, will determine

timing of remedial

works and costs.”

skink, the Banks Peninsula tree weta and Akaroa daisy (both

found only on the Wildside). The Wildside covers 13,500ha and

focuses on habitat protection, with 25% of the Wildside held in

private or public reserve, and predator control, with over 700

predator traps controlling feral cats, ferrets, stoats, weasels,

and possums used in this extensive trapping programme.

The Tui Project

The Banks Peninsula Tui Restoration group translocated a

total of 72 tui from Maud Island, Marlborough Sounds to

Hinewai Reserve, Banks Peninsula in 2009 and 2010. This

NatureWatchNZ project has been set up to capture the many

observations of tui contributed by people all over Banks

Peninsula and Christchurch since the first release. The vast

majority of observations in the project are made by a small

team of volunteers, who have spent thousands of hours

observing, recording and managing this information over the

last nine years.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Summit Rd night-time ban unlikely

• By Sarla Donovan

NIGHT-TIME restrictions on

Summit Rd are looking unlikely.

Following negative public feedback,

city council staff will not

be recommending that proposed

night-time access restrictions to

Summit Rd and Worsleys Rd go

ahead.

However, a final recommendation

to the city council will only

be made by the

hearings panel after

community deputations

are heard

on Thursday.

The time

restrictions would

Andrew

Turner

prohibit vehicles

under 3500kg

from 10pm to

5am, Thursday to

Monday, and on public holidays.

It is an attempt to address

concerns about anti-social road

use, safety, vandalism, fire and

littering.

Public consultation resulted in

865 submissions – 545 did not

support the proposal, 221 were in

support, and 99 were in support

but had some concerns.

These included restricting

landscape and astronomy

photographers; penalising

sightseekers; that it could drive

NIGHT VISION: Photographers wanting to take night-time images from the Summit Rd would be affected by proposed vehicle

restrictions.

the problem elsewhere; and

that it would not be adequately

enforced by police.

Favourable comments related

to making the road safer for

cyclists and that Summit Rd was

a safer place for boy racers to be

than in the city where it is more

heavily populated.

After the hearings panel meets

to hear submitters, it will make a

final recommendation to the city

council on whether to adopt the

proposal.

Banks Peninsula city councillor

Andrew Turner is on the

panel and said, for him, it would

be a question of looking at what

the effects of a ban would be,

namely “whether we’ve got a

problem that would be displaced

into other areas.”

There was no point in putting

rules in place if they weren’t going

to be enforced, he said.

“We can put whatever rules in

place we want, but if they’re not

going to have any practical effect

because of lack of an enforcement

regime . . . that’s something

we need to be aware of.”

Senior Sergeant Kelly Larsen

told Bay Harbour News last

August there won’t be any extra

police to enforce the proposed

night-time restrictions.

City council manager transport

operations Aaron Haymes

said city council staff would

continue to work with police.

He said speed humps and gates

had been investigated “but are

not considered appropriate for

this particular situation.”

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$10,000 bid for medical research

• By Andrew King

LAST YEAR Leanne Corboy

had a wheelchair pushed beside

her by husband Craig while she

walked the Star Media City2Surf

to raise money for the Bowel and

Liver Trust.

He thought she might collapse

before making the finish line.

But this year not only will

the wheelchair be left at home,

she will have a small army of

followers all walking to raise

money for the trust, which she

said has changed her life.

Mrs Corboy, 31, was diagnosed

with Crohn’s disease and

endometriosis by equipment

purchased by the trust for

Christchurch Hospital, a

breakthrough which would have

been impossible without the

machine.

Her goal this year is to

raise $10,000 for the trust in

aid of finding a cure, and her

workplace, Bupa’s Parklands

Care Home, is getting behind her

and her supporters, matching

their donations up to $2000.

“We are trying to find a cure

and we are urging anyone to join

the team and help us find a cure,”

she said.

So far 45 people have come

forward to say they will walk

GIVING BACK: Leanne Corboy (right), who will walk the Star

Media City2Surf next month to raise money for the Bowel and

Liver Trust, in Hagley Park with trust general manager Margaret

Fitzgerald.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

with her, but she expects the

number to get much bigger.

And she said participating in

the City2Surf is the perfect way

to do it.

“I walk 7km every morning,

not just for training, but for

myself. I will walk in the 14km in

the City2Surf,” she said.

Before her first go at the run, it

was a real challenge, she said.

“I went from not being able to

walk to being able to get involved

with this event and with a

determined mind and a fantastic

support crew we can raise money

for something that has given me

so much,” she said.

DETERMINED: Last year

Leanne Corboy had a

wheelchair pushed beside

her by husband Craig while

she walked the Star Media

City2Surf.

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involved and donate to the

Liver and Bowel Trust, email

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•To enter the Star Media

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•The 14km fun run will start

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•The Sport Canterbury 6km

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News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

MILESTONE: Mayor Lianne

Dalziel and Caroline Murray

celebrate the reopening

of the Old Stone House in

Cracroft. Mervyn Osborne,

88, who was a gardener

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•It is a Heritage New

Zealand category two

historic place.

•It has undergone a $2m

restoration following

earthquake damage.

•It was gutted by fire in

1971, and rebuilt by the

in 1979.

• By Bridget Rutherford

CRACROFT’S historic Old Stone

House has reopened following

a $2 million earthquake

restoration project.

An official opening ceremony

was held on Wednesday where

Mayor Lianne Dalziel cut

the ribbon to celebrate the

category two heritage building’s

reopening.

Among those in attendance

was Caroline Murray, a greatgreat

granddaughter of Sir John

Cracroft Wilson, who built it at

the foot of the Port Hills in 1870.

Others to attend included city

councillors, Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board members,

and MPs Ruth Dyson and Nuk

Korako.

Several former gardeners

attended, including 88-year-old

Mervyn Osborne who had looked

after the grounds for 27 years.

The Old Stone House, on

Shalamar Drive, was damaged

in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

It is not the first time the

building has risen from the

ashes. It was rebuilt by the

community in 1979 after it was

reduced to a shell by fire in July

1971.

Ms Murray said after surviving

a fire and earthquake damage,

the Old Stone House had a

“stubborn heart like its founder.”

The repair work included

installing new diaphragm

walls and roof connections, the

replacement of the stone lintels

and sealing the concrete walls

and foundations with pressureinjected

epoxy.

City council garden and

heritage parks operations

manager Nicky Brown said the

Old Stone House held many

memories for residents.

“We look forward to many

more celebrations and gatherings

at this wonderful site.”

The Old Stone House was

originally built by Sir John to

house his Indian employees.

It sat near the Cracroft House

homestead, which was built

between 1854 and 1856. The

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February 22, 2011, earthquake.

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information. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Mid-Week Laughter Club

Wednesday, 6-7pm

The focus of the club is to get

over the stress of the first part

of the week and have a positive

Go along to the Cashmere Gets Ready Community Lunch on

Sunday for food, cold drinks, educational entertainment and

preparedness information from emergency services. Take

along your own family picnic. The event will take place at

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outlook for the rest. The event

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cnr Barrington and Somerfield

Sts. Entry $2

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and join in on a game of

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Every Thursday from 10amnoon.

No charge.

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Shopping Centre

Beckenham Exercise Class

Friday, 9.30-10.30am

Designed for people

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cnr Barrington and Somerfield

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Friday, 10.30am-noon

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Friday, 11-11.30am

Encourage learning through

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Non-members welcome.

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Shopping Centre

Spreydon Social Games Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Join a friendly game or two of

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Hi from the team at

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It is almost a year since McGirr Motors

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As we approach our first anniversary

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Owner, Gary Lake wishes to thank family

and friends who helped in getting us off to

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Gary and right-hand man Yutaka are still

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“Thank you to our customers (old and

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“Now in our 18th year, our qualified and

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What’s On

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