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controversial

intersection

under way

• By Julia Evans

David

Cartwright

INDEPENDENT consultants

have been commissioned to

review a controversial Fendalton

intersection.

City council staff have reported

to the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board and said

consultants have

been appointed to

“provide an independent

review/

opinion” of the

Glandovey and

Idris Rd intersection

layout.

It comes

following a longstanding

bid from the Glandovey,

Idris and Straven Residents’ Association

to improve pedestrian and

cyclist safety at the intersection.

The city council has also commissioned

traffic modelling to

forecast effects that any changes

to the intersection and restrictions,

such as those proposed for

heavy vehicles, could have on the

wider network.

“Additional traffic counts have

been commissioned . . . along with

tube counts on the four arms of

the intersection. The tube counts

will measure volumes, speeds and

classification of the vehicles, types

and size,” the report said.

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RESIDENTS CAMPAIGNING over the

Glandovey/Idris Rd intersection have taken

another step forward (see page 1).

The city council has commissioned independent

consultants to review the layout

of the intersection which has been a sore point with people who

live near there for sometime.

If it wasn’t for the Glandovey, Idris and Straven Residents’

Association – and if I can take the liberty, coverage in Nor’West

News - I suspect little would have been done about the matter.

The group also has a very good individual within its ranks in

the form of James Wilding. With his legal background he has

the natural ability to think outside of the square and possibly,

more importantly, to read what lies between the lines.

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Traffic safety idea mooted

• By Julia Evans

THE POWER to upgrade

intersections could soon go back

to community boards.

And city councillor Aaron

Keown said the news is a “great

development” for the Harewood,

Gardiners and Breens Rd intersection.

At the city

council’s draft

Long Term

Plan meeting

on Wednesday,

a motion was

moved by

Aaron Keown

Mayor Lianne

Dalziel to get

public submissions

on prioritising intersection

upgrades, which may include

providing community boards the

ability to approve them.

“There has been a lot of feedback

expressing community

concerns about the dangers presented

at a range of intersections

and the state of many streets and

footpaths. We want to hear from

the community about how they

would like to prioritise that work

so we can establish a prioritisation

framework,’’ she said.

Ms Dalziel specifically mentioned

the Harewood intersection

in relation to this project.

Cr Keown has been lobbying

to have the intersection upgraded

for more than two years.

It was the basis of his election

campaign but installing lights

was voted down by city councillors

in last year’s Annual Plan.

“It’ll be in the consultation

document of the draft Long

Term Plan . . . it’s a really good

update,” he said.

Cr Keown said the news comes

SAFETY: A crash (left) at the intersection of Harewood, Breens

and Gardiners Rd has reignited calls traffic lights be installed,

which may soon be decided by the community board.

following a crash involving a car

which was carrying a baby at the

intersection last week.

He said the crash highlighted

the “issue” at the intersection

and the Long Term Plan could

provide a potential “solution” as

the Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board would

be able to approve upgrading the

intersection to lights.

“This time there was a baby in

this car and it was hit on the side

just over a metre from the baby.

The baby was not injured but less

than one second difference and

it could have been an extremely

tragic outcome.”

He said the crash shows the

city council’s duty of care in

regard to the safety of residents

at the intersection.

But Cr Keown said it was up to

the people to give the city council

feedback, otherwise nothing

would change.

“People just need to submit.

If they don’t submit and miss

this opportunity, it won’t come

around for another decade,” Cr

Keown said.

•The city council’s draft Long

Term Plan will go out for

consultation on the its website,

www.ccc.govt.nz, from

March 9.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

JELLIE PARK REPAIRS

Work is progressing on the

Jellie Park Recreation and

Sports Centre upgrade and

earthquake repair programme

which is being carried out in

stages to keep the disruption

to users to a minimum. Work

is under way on the sauna, spa

and steam room which is due

for completion in March and

the outdoor hydroslide which is

due for completion in May.

COMMUNITY CENTRE SITE

Papanui-Innes Community

Board staff are developing a

localised research project on

what the community currently

have and what they would like

to develop at the site of the

former Shirley Community

Centre at 10 Shirley Rd. Staff

will go back to the board with

the results in the coming

months to ascertain the board’s

thoughts around the future of

the site.

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Intersection

evaluation

under way

•From page 1

Board chairman David

Cartwright said he was looking

forward to seeing the results of

the investigation and working towards

plan to address residents’

concerns.

“We don’t know what the

outcome will be but getting these

reports done is a step in the right

direction,” he said.

Mr Cartwright said the city

council was being “thorough” in

the reports, as it included looking

at addressing impacts change

could have on the wider area.

A camera will be installed

above the intersection to record

traffic “turning motion.”

The residents’ association

received a report, which showed

long, heavy vehicles could not

turn the corner without cutting

into other lanes, including cycle

lanes.

Spokesman James Wilding

said the group is pleased the city

council is reviewing the intersection.

But he wants to make sure

the city council is reviewing it

against the appropriate standards

and guidelines.

• By Julia Evans

IDEAS ARE being sought for

the future use of two heritage

buildings in Belfast.

Individuals, groups and

organisations interested in using

or helping to fund the restoration

of Kapuatohe Cottage and

the former Belfast School master’s

house on Main North Rd

have until March 29 to submit

ideas to the city council.

The two buildings are on a list

of 17 city council heritage buildings

that sustained damage in

the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes

and are yet to be repaired.

Repairs to the cottage have

been estimated at $50,000

and the house would be about

$370,000. A city council report

said the figures are based on

preliminary investigation, not

engineering reports.

“Unfortunately, we don’t have

enough money right now to

repair all our heritage buildings

within the next few years, so

we need to prioritise how these

funds should be spent,’’ city

council acting head of parks

Brent Smith said.

The 19th-century colonial

schoolmaster’s house was built

in 1877 and was saved by public

appeal as one of few historic

buildings left in the area.

It has a Heritage New Zealand

category 2 status and high

historical and social significance

for its association with the development

of public schooling in

New Zealand.

It also provided a link from

Kaiapoi to Banks Peninsula for

Ngāi Tūāhuriri.

The interior of this building is

protected under the city council’s

District Plan.

The cottage, built in 1912 and

is linked the early settlement of

Belfast in particular the Kapuatohe

Hamlet subdivision.

The interior of this building is

also protected under the District

Plan.

“We want to hear from anyone

who is interested in helping us to

restore these buildings and put

them to good use,’’ Mr Smith

said.

“People may be interested in

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HISTORY: The city council is

seeking ideas for the future

of Kapuatohe Cottage (left)

and the former Belfast School

master’s house.

running a business or community

group from these buildings,

or they may be able to help us to

restore the buildings.”

•For more information, or

to register your interest,

visit www.ccc.govt.nz/ heritagebuildings

QEII Drive/Grimseys Road intersection closure

Daniels Road

Detour

Detour

Detour

Main North Road

Grimseys Road

Queen Elizabeth II Drive

Intersection

closed

The Christchurch Northern Corridor team is upgrading

QEII Drive between Main North Road and Innes Road

to four traffic lanes. To allow safe construction of the

two new lanes at QEII Drive west, the Grimseys Road

intersection will be temporarily closed.

From Tuesday evening 27 February, traffic on Grimseys Road will need

to take Daniels Road and Main North Road to enter and exit QEII Drive.

Traffic on QEII Drive will need to take Main North Road and Daniels Road

to enter Grimseys Road. See map above.

The intersection closure will stay in place during the construction of the

two lanes till mid-May 2018. Motorist are advised to plan ahead and allow

up to five minutes extra travel time. The CNC Alliance team apologises for

any inconvenience caused by the works.

For more information phone 0800 262 200 or visit www.nzta.govt.nz/cnc


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Tuesday February 27 2018 5

News

$11,000 to start forest planting

Local

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Now

In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Julia Evans

A PORTION of Papanui Bush

is set to be reinstated more than

150 years after its last tree was

felled.

The city council has budgeted

$11,000 to begin the first stage of

the Papanui-Innes Community

Board’s plan to regenerate the

forest in Bridgestone Reserve and

an unused drainage reserve on

Langdons Rd.

A city council staff report said

planting would begin before the

end of June, which would make it

only the second native bush in the

city alongside Riccarton Bush.

Said the report: “Unlike Riccarton

Bush were the foresight

and vision of the Deans family

protected approximately 7ha of

this forest for future generations,

Papanui Bush was immediately

felled over a period of five to six

years.”

The bush once took up 36ha between

what is now Papanui High

School and Vagues Rd in 1850.

The report said there is a

“unique opportunity” to reflect

some of the city’s natural, cultural

and pioneering heritage

through planting totara and

other native trees and plants.

But the modern version will be

a lot smaller than it’s predecessor,

which is one of the first things

pioneers would have seen when

FOREST: Funding has been set aside for a project pushed by John Stringer (above) which will

see more than 1500 native plants and trees planted in Bridgestone Reserve in a bid to reinstate

Papanui Bush.

PHOTO: LAURIE THIEDE

walking into the city over the

Port Hills.

Community board member

John Stringer has been lobbying

to get the project under way.

“This is essentially waste land

that can now be planted and bird

habitat developed to draw native

tui, bellbird and kereru back in to

Papanui,” he said

Two plantings of 1100m2 and

1000m2 at the north and south

ends of the reserve – that would

be about 1520 native trees, including

70 totara.

The planting would be done

by Papanui High School and Mr

Stringer said he plans to work

with local businesses, other

schools and organisations such

as churches to help with future

plantings.

“I will be working hard to see

if we can’t extend the idea to

restore Papanui Bush through a

phased series of community-led

plantings not only on this drainage

land but in other pockets that

might be appropriate over time,”

Mr Stringer said.

UNI PARKING MEETING

Canterbury University vice

chancellor Rod Carr met with

local community board chiefs

in a bid to address parkingrelated

issues in the area.

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board chairman

David Cartwright and deputy

Sam MacDonald, as well as

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

chairman Mike Mora and

deputy chairwoman Helen

Broughton attended.

TREES REMOVED

Several trees have been removed

from around the Fendalton,

Waimairi and Harewood

Wards, including some from

Avonhead Park that were dead,

dying or dangerous. A tree was

also removed from outside 336

Gardiners Rd in Harewood for

health and safety reasons.

CULTURE CELEBRATION

City council staff are working

on this year’s Culture Galore

event, which is sponsored by the

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board. Culture

Galore is a celebration of culture,

showcasing performing arts,

crafts, demonstrations and

global food. It will be held on

March 10, at Ray Blank Park in

Ilam.

2 down, 4 to go!

We’re working in three key central

city intersections over six weekends,

8pm Fri to 6am Mon, until 26 March.

We’ve finished work in the Montreal/

Tuam intersection. There are four more

weekends of work in two intersections

to go.

These intersections need replacing.

We’re digging them out and rebuilding

them to extend their lifespan.

Road layers need ‘curing’, or drying time.

If you don’t see us on site, don’t worry –

we’ll be back again soon.

The intersections will remain rougher

than usual until April or May, when the

final surface will be applied.

Project delivered by:

• Avoid unnecessary travel through the

city. Go around using the four avenues.

• When we’re working on Durham

Street, use Barbadoes and Madras

Streets to get in and out of the city.

• Expect delays. Allow extra time and

plan your travel using tfc.govt.nz.

• Buses will run as usual. Expect

short delays.

• Bike or walk if you can.

INTERSECTION 2 — Durham St

2 — 5 March

Durham Street between Lichfield Street and

Tuam Street is closed. Tuam Street is one lane.

Use Barbadoes and Madras Streets to get in and out of the city.

INTERSECTION 3 — St Asaph St

9 — 12 March

St Asaph Street between Antigua Street and

Hagley Avenue is closed. Antigua Street is

one lane.

Use Moorhouse to travel west.

16 — 19 March

Durham Street between Tuam Street and St

Asaph Street is closed. Tuam Street is one lane.

23 — 26 March

St Asaph Street between Montreal Street and

Antigua Street is closed. Antigua Street is

one lane.

Note: All works are subject to weather. In the event of bad weather, works will be rescheduled.

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Your Local Views

Raising profile of community board

Papanui-Innes

Community

Board deputy

chairwoman

Emma Norrish

writes about

what exactly

a community

board is and what it can do

for residents

I first stood for the

Papanui-Innes Community

Board in 2013 when I realised a

lot of people didn’t know what a

community board was, why they

existed, or what they did.

I wanted to change this lack

of awareness, and let people

know that there is a lot more to

community boards than just

approving no stopping markings,

tree removals and parking

restrictions.

Did you know that in the last

year the Papanui-Innes Community

Board has allocated just

over $400,000 in funding to all

sorts of different community

groups, as well as to young people

through our Positive Youth

Development Scheme?

Or that it has managed to get a

project for the re-establishment

of Papanui Bush off the ground?

Or that we are pushing to get a

virtual reality cycle teaching tool

into local schools to encourage

more children to use the nearby

cycleway?

One of the Papanui-Innes

Community Board goals for

this electoral term is to raise its

profile within the community.

The board now has a monthly

newsletter and a Facebook page,

and is continuing to network

with community groups, attend

local events, and it is now running

a public forum open to anyone

who is interested in talking

to us at the start of each of our

meetings.

Meetings are all open to the

public, the agenda is available

online, and I have also started

posting a video on my Facebook

page a few days before each

meeting giving a run-down of

what is coming up.

The board wants to be more

than just a group of people

sitting around a table making

decisions for you.

It wants to be making decisions

based upon what it has

heard from you – through

talking to you in person in the

community or at events, hearing

from you on the Facebook

page, reading your submission

to a council plan or proposal, or

even just through a good oldfashioned

phone call.

I encourage you to make your

views and your voice heard, as

this enable the board to help you

make this the best community

in Christchurch.

Be it a cracked footpath which

needs repairing, a small community

event which you want help

funding, a community facility

you think is missing from our

area, or some grand idea you

would like to see made a reality

– get in touch and let us know.

•Facebook pages – Papanui

Innes Community Board and

Emma Norrish – Papanui-

Innes Community Board

Member. My email: emma.

norrish@ccc.govt.nz

Readers respond to the

news that two Papanui

bus services are set to be

cut as part of Environment

Canterbury’s draft Long

Term Plan

Joy Scurr – I am really

disappointed to hear that buses

107 and 108 and going to be

cancelled. I am 82-years-old and

don’t have a car and rely on the

buses to get to Northlands Shopping

Centre to go shopping and

go to the bank. Our rates keep

going up but we are getting less

services for what we pay.

Karen Ravenwood – I am

emailing in regards to the possible

bus route cuts proposal. I live

in Casebrook and catch the 108

from Highsted Rd to Northlands

Shopping Centre. I then have to

catch the blue bus through to the

exchange. Before the earthquakes

I used to bus and the bus went

straight through to town. After

the earthquakes I started to take

my car into town where I work

full-time.

Once my work moved to another

location, I was encouraged

to take the bus again, but having

to change buses became quite

annoying as the journey home

was made longer as I had to wait

at least 25min for my connecting

bus from Northlands to Casebrook

on many occasions

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This aside, it was cheaper to

bus than having to pay a lot for

parking.

I was surprised to read of the

cuts and while the bus at 7.19am

from Casebrook is not always

very full, it is the only bus that I

can catch without having to drive

to another stop, the closest being

Harewood Rd and leave my car

parked somewhere.

While I appreciate that there

are costing factors involved, I

would like to see the 108 bus

remain.

If the route had not been

changed to catching two buses

through to town, I feel it would

have still been a viable option.

If people are to be encouraged

to use the system, then chopping

routes is not going to help in

many areas.

Doug Soper – I read with

interest and alarm, of Environment

Canterbury’s proposed cuts

to the bus services in and out of

Northwood.

My son uses the 107 and the

108 primarily to get to and

from Burnside High School,

plus whenever he needs to get

across town for social and/or

other reasons, from our home in

Northwood.

If ECan follows through with

the cut to this essential service,

my son will have no other option

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Tuesday February 27 2018 7

News

Fire fears from neighbouring house

• By Julia Evans

THE NEIGHBOUR of a vacant

and overgrown property in

St Albans says she is “living a

nightmare” plagued by fears a

fire could spread to her home.

Innes Rd resident Jillian Lloyd

said the property next door has

been in state of “complete neglect”

after the owner walked out

following the February 22, 2011,

earthquake seven years ago.

She is “terrified” a fire could

start and has been in contact

with the city council on “numerous”

occasions.

“It is full of rubbish, rats and

overgrown trees. It still has

the furniture in it and has had

squatters,” she said.

Ms Lloyd said the bid from

the Papanui-Innes Community

Board to find out how the city

council can work with owners of

vacant and abandoned properties

to clear and tidy the sites to stop

arson and vandalism attacks

couldn’t have come soon enough.

On Tuesday Ms Lloyd said she

heard people in the house yelling

and had to go out to tell them it

was private property.

“But it would just take one

person dropping a cigarette and

starting a fire, it would spread

over to us.”

The property still has power,

so Ms Lloyd is also worried

about rats chewing through

wires and causing a blaze.

She said her neighbours had

been wanting to sell their

property but were unable due to

the “eyesore” and “danger” next

door.

On Christmas Day she

returned home from a family

lunch to find a rotten tree that

had fallen from the property

leaning over her driveway and

onto her neighbour’s house.

“I called the Cranford St fire

brigade. They came and chopped

the tree up and threw it back over

the fence. They told me it was an

extreme fire risk,” she said.

Ms Lloyd said she called the

city council and reported the

incident on Tuesday.

But head of regulatory compliance

Tracey Weston said the

compliance team was unaware

of the incident.

However, she said the city

council is working with the

property owner to clear rubbish

from the site.

“It can be confirmed that all

the vegetation on the section was

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green, wet and posed no immediate

risk of fire.”

City councillor Jamie Gough

lobbied for derelict properties

in the central city, dubbed the

“Dirty 30,” to be cleared or

repaired.

Cr Gough said if the model

used in the central city was

rolled out to the suburbs, it

would be “watered down.”

“But I think more work needs

to be done . . . the current tools

we have to clear these sites isn’t

working so I’m keen to explore

what it would look like,” he said.

Local

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Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Teacher lobbies

for crossing

sign upgrade

• By Julia Evans

A BISHOPDALE teacher is

lobbying to get safety concerns

addressed outside Cotswold

Primary School.

Sam Hall wrote a letter to

Harewood city councillor Aaron

Keown, which was tabled at the

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board meeting yesterday

regarding safety concerns

involving car speed on Cotswold

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for the crossing patrol.

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through the crossing, I’m scared

that one of these days someone

is going to get killed and I would

hate to have not acted about this,”

he said.

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signage is “out of date” and

needs to be upgraded, in line with

schools in the area.

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Mr Hall said drivers who go

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old yellow, where most of the

city is now a bright highlighter

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St Margaret’s

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school win the

tennis title and

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St Margaret’s takes out

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ST MARGARET’S College have

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tournament which pits four

South Island schools against

each other in sports and

debating.

It is contested between St

Margaret’s, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, Timaru’s Craighead

Diocesan School and Dunedin’s

St Hilda’s Collegiate.

Held at Rangi Ruru this

year, the schools enter teams

in debating, touch, volleyball,

and individuals in tennis and

swimming.

St Margaret’s won the debating,

tennis and volleyball titles, and

Rangi Ruru, which were second

overall, won the touch. St Hilda’s

took out the swimming section.

Originally, the tournament

was contested between Rangi, St

Margaret’s and Craighead. It was

first held in 1952.

Points table:

St Margaret’s, 1, 17pts;

Rangi Ruru, 2, 15pts; St Hilda’s,

3, 13pts, and Craighead, 4,

5pts.

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Tight schedule for Old Boys’ athlete

• By Andrew King

AFTER competing in the

Canterbury track and field

championships at the weekend,

Old Boys’ United Athletic Club’s

Tegan Duffy will have little time

to recover.

The 17-year-old is about to head

off to the New Zealand track and

field and then the Australian

junior championships – with

all three events in the space of a

month.

She has also just started

studying land and property

management at Lincoln

University, works part-time at the

Commodore Hotel, and trains six

times a week at the Christchurch

Boys’ High-based athletics club.

She won the under-20 long

jump at the Athletics Canterbury

track and field championships

with a distance of 5.64m in her

fifth jump. However, Duffy didn’t

compete in her other specialised

event, the 100m hurdles.

She is set to compete in both

events at the New Zealand track

and field championships from

March 9-11 in Hamilton before

flying to Sydney on March 12 for

the Australian junior athletics

championships from March 14-

18.

“So basically I have to get back,

repack and head off again,” she

said.

Tegan said she started

athletics as a hobby but now has

aspirations for bigger things.

“I am looking ahead to the

junior worlds and what I need to

do to qualify for that,” she said.

She has to pay her own way to

attend the championships, and

said it would cost about $2000 to

attend the Hamilton and Sydney

events.

“I have gone to the local

community board to ask for

funding and my nana Faye Kerr

has helped me fundraise with

my mum, Toni, and we have held

some quiz nights. Also, nana has

a few friends that have chipped

in,” she said.

For the past month, Tegan has

been training harder than

usual and has been pushing

herself to see what her body can

endure.

“There has been a lot of harder

running and pushing myself as

hard as possible. The weights are

heavier, all of that,” she said.

ATHLETE: Tegan Duffy, seen

here competing at last year’s

New Zealand track and field

championships, will be back

at the same event next month

looking for success in the long

jump and 100m hurdles.

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In Brief

CANTY TRACK CYCLE TEAM

The Canterbury Track Cycling

under-17 and under-15 teams

have been named for the

New Zealand age group track

cycling championships in

Invercargill from March 8-11.

The under-17 boys team includes

Abe O’Donnell, Michiel Van

Heyningen and Laurence Pithie,

Christchurch Boys’ High, and

Jack Drange, Christ’s College. The

under-17 girls team includes Jenna

Borthwick, St Margaret’s College,

and Erin Downie, Burnside High.

The under-15 boys team includes

Lewis Davidson and D’Arcy

Sanders, CBHS. The under-15 girls

team includes Claudia Rowse and

Amye Kellow, CGHS.

SCHOOL TRIATHLON

St Andrew’s College’s Saxon

Morgan has won the senior boys

section of the Challenge Wanaka

secondary schools triathlon. He

powered through the 300m swim,

14km bike and 3.5km run in

44min 9sec. Christchurch Boys’

High’s Logan Currie was fourth

with a time of 45min 11sec. Rangi

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Bates breaks more pool

records in school competition

• By Andrew King

CHRISTCHURCH Girls’ High’s

Hannah Bates has broken more

records in the pool.

The 17-year-old broke the

senior 50m backstroke and

breaststroke and the open girls

200m individual medley records

at the school’s swim competition

held on February 12.

Two of the records she broke

were her own after claiming them

from former Atlanta Olympian

and Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth

Games swimmer Lydia

Lipscombe who set records in the

200m medley with a time of 2min

27.90sec and 50m backstroke with

a time of 31.60sec in 1997.

Hannah swam the 50m backstroke

in ​31.26sec beating her old

time of 31.42sec, a record she set

last year. It is the fastest time she

has ever posted in that event, she

said.

In the 200m individual medley,

she beat her old 2016 time of

2min 26.09sec by 2sec with the

new record standing at 2min

24.36sec.

She also beat Abbie Johnston’s

2013 senior 50m breaststroke

record of 34.32sec, the new record

is 34.19sec.

“I was ecstatic to break the

records as it was my last chance to

achieve these, due to the fact that

I am in my last year at Christchurch

Girls’ High School,” she said.

“I wanted to leave with my

name alongside as many school

swimming records as I could and

I would love to hold onto as many

as I can for as long as I can.”

In January, Hannah broke

three-time Olympian and Commonwealth

Games bronze medallist

Helen Lesslie’s (nee Norfolk)

long-standing Canterbury record

in the pool in the 200m individual

medley at the Swimming

Canterbury West Coast championships.

The Aquagym swimmer’s time

also broke the 17-year age group

record which was also previously

held by Lesslie.

Hannah swam the evening session

in a scorching 2min 17.29sec

shaving .06sec off Lesslie’s open

record of 2min 17.35sec which has

stood since 2000.

At the Canterbury West Coast

championships, Hannah also

competed in breaststroke, freestyle,

backstroke and butterfly

events and won seven gold and

one silver medal in total.

For the seventh year in a row,

the championships were held in

RECORD

SMASHER:

Hannah Bates

has broken

more records

in the pool.

Dunedin because Christchurch

doesn’t have a 50m pool.

She said she will be looking

ahead to the New Zealand age

group championships in Auckland

in April.

“My next national swim meet is

the age groups, but my real focus

will be New Zealand open championships

during the first week in

July which will be the qualifying

meet for all 2018 New Zealand

swim teams,” she said.

“My short-term goal is to make

the New Zealand swim team to

compete at the Junior Pan Pacific

Games in Fiji in August. I have

achieved three qualifying times

but I need to swim these times or

better during this meet.”

SPORTS

CHAMPIONS: The Rangi Ruru U17 coxed eight of Izzy Inkson,

Anneka Calder, Alice Sproat, Emma Stephens, Millie Knight,

Alice Graham, Imogen Bell, Milly Dickie and Amber Williams

(cox) won in a time of 7min 28.11sec.

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RANGI RURU Girls’ School

has taken away 16 medals at

the Canterbury junior rowing

regatta in successful outing over

the weekend.

At the Lake Hood regatta

over Saturday and Sunday, the

penultimate event before the

Maadi Cup in late March, the

Rangi Ruru crews were hugely

successful, winning 10 gold,

two silver and four bronze

medals.

The medal haul saw them

awarded the Sweep Oar champion

school, for collecting the

most points.

The majority of Canterbury

rowing schools attended the

regatta, as well as Otago Boys’

and Otago Girls’ High Schools,

St Kevin’s College and Waitaki

Boys’ High School.

Forty-seven of the 52 finals

were able to take place in

Ashburton before weather

deteriorated late on Sunday.

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I have always loved and enjoyed

interpreting and helping other people

communicate better but it wasn’t until I

started my training and later my actual

interpreting practice with Interpreting

New Zealand that I realised how difficult

and risky interpreting job can be. I had

no idea how absolutely

crucial the principals of

accuracy, impartiality and

confidentiality are to the

job of an interpreter and

that disregarding these

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I learned all that as well

as lots more through

Interpreting New Zealand’s

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I believe that interpreting is

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difficulties.”

Is this a job you’d enjoy? If you are

proficient in English and another language,

why not train with us to become an

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2018. Apply via www.interpret.org.nz by

9 April, for more information email us at

maria.fresia@interpret.org.nz

Interpreting Canterbury particularly

needs speakers of: Amharic, Arabic,

Cantonese, Dari, Farsi, Nepali, Samoan,

Sinhala, Somali, Tagalog

INTERPRETERS NEEDED

We are recruiting now for our Canterbury Introductory

Interpreting course starting in May 2018.

Complete the course, pass the assessment and

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You must be proficient in English and preferably

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Mandarin, Nepali, Samoan, Sign Language,

Sinhala, Somali, Tagalog.

For more about training and working with us, go to

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Applications Close Fri. 09 April 2018

COURSE DATES:

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Fridays 6:00 p.m - 8:30 p.m.

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 a.m.

4 & 5 of May

18 & 19 of May

22 & 23 of June

6 & 7 of July

Participants must attend all 5

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Phone Maria: 027 493 1122

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Scrabble Group

Tuesday, 9.45am-noon

Go along and play scrabble

with the friendly weekly group.

Exercise your brain and have

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Gold coin donation. Sundbye

House, 100 Farrington Ave

GP Clinic

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of the

community, to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations as well

as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for this

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Fendalton, Shirley and Papanui

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GenConnect

Tuesday, 12.10-12.40pm

Connecting generations by

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questions about your iPad, Smart

Phone or Tablet? Or maybe you

want to know how to use Skype,

Facebook, or share your photos

with family or friends? Ask an

expert. Papanui High School

students will be available every

Tuesday during term time from

12.10-12.40pm to help you find

answers to all your questions.

Papanui Library, 35 Langdons

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Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

These sessions have been

designed to provide a relaxed and

non-threatening atmosphere to

encourage children to practise

their reading skills and develop a

love of reading. This programme

uses dogs who are the pets of the

city council animal management

team and have been trained

and tested for health, safety

and temperament. Sessions are

15min. Phone 941 7923 to book

a spot.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

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Bishopdale Bridge Club

Wednesday, 11am-2.30pm

Go along and join in with this

social group who meets every

Wednesday for a game or two of

bridge. Table fees $5. Phone Janet

for more information on 352

1440.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library

and Community Centre, 13

Bishopdale Court

Lunar New Year Bilingual

Storytimes

Wednesday, 10.30-11am

Head to St Barnabas Anglican Church on Memorial Ave in Fendalton for a fun day for all.

March 4 will be one to remember with loads of free entertainment including the ever popular

Water Ratz, old-fashioned races, a bouncy castle, face painting, giant jenga, slack lining, and

a wide range of exciting performances – musical and otherwise. All the entertainment is free

and the church has made the food as affordable as possible. Take the family down for a

great time and a cheap lunch on the grounds of the beautiful St Barnabas.

Celebate the Lunar New Year

with bilingual storytimes and

Chinese traditional performing

arts – shadow puppet. Go along

and celebrate the year of the dog

with the library.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library

and Community Centre, 13

Bishopdale Court

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Thursday 2-3pm

Go along and enjoy a chat with

other as you knit. For anyone

who loves to knit or wants to

learn.

Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

Maker Space

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Maker Space session every

week at Redwood Library. There

will be a variety of activities and

fun to be had for all! During term

time only.

Redwood Library, 339 Main

North Rd

Christchurch Women’s

Toastmasters

Friday, 12.30-1.30pm

Want to advance your career?

Have the confidence to speak

up for issues you care about? A

friendly group of women meet

weekly to help women succeed

through developing speaking and

leadership skills. See the website

for more information - www.

cwctoastmasters.org.nz

St Pauls, behind in Tennis

Pavilion, 1 Harewood Rd

Card Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly card club is on

every Friday, just go along and

join in the fun.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland Rd

Super Saturday Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning through

a love for stories and craft.

Storytimes is an interactive

programme including stories,

songs, rhymes and play. This is a

free session.

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Rd

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NOR’WEST NEWS

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Building Supplies

SHOWERLINERS

Installed to fit your tired

or old existing shower,

the perfect solution, ph

Lachlan for a free quote

383 1723 or 027 436 7067

Community Events

ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS, If you

want to have a drink thats

your business. If you want

to stop, we can help. Phone

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Computers

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Curtains

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Fashion Designs & Colours

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End of Lines Bargain Prices

Call at Our Shop

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Gardening

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Gardening, consistently

reliable general property

upkeep, Dip. Hort. 10

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service. Nick’s Property

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Trades & Services

DRIVEWAYS

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Things we offer...

Competitive/affordable pricing

Attention to detail

Professional service

free quotes/insurance scopes

Cell 0278 145 848

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EARTHWORKS

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• Car parks

• Demolition

Locally owned & operated

with over 10 years

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027 240 7030

JACOB BROWNLEES

0800 586 5626

www.junkman.co.nz office@junkman.co.nz

• Shingle Deliveries

• Truck hire

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EXTERIOR PLASTERING

Quality

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Free Quotes

Aynsley Frewer

M: 027 201 1296

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PO Box 20534 Bishopdale

Trades & Services

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PAINTER

Michael Kelly Painters

Locally owned and

operated family

business.

25+ years Experience

• Painting • Wallpapering

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Free Quotes

Phone

Michael 0212 649 492

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Vicki Keast

Managing Director

P 0274 933 529

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Trades & Services

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CLEARING

Are you

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or trying to

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Call All Clear

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unwanted items.

Ph: 03 260 0934

or 021 078 4553

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Creative Technician

P 021 571 946

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PAINTING

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experience.

FREE QUOTES

Exterior staining,

exterior painting,

moss and mould

treatment and

waterblasting

Phone Kevin

027 561 4629

Trades & Services

AAA HANDYMAN

licensed carpenter

LBP, all property and

building maintenance,

repairs, bathroom/shower

installations, with free

quotes 03 383 1927 or 027

245 5226 ciey@xtra.co.nz

BRICKLAYER

George Lockyer Over

35 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Licensed Building

Practitioner number

BP105608. Insurance

work. EQC repairs.

Heritage brickwork and

stonework a speciality. No

job too small. Governors

Bay. Home 329-9344,

Cell 027 684 4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

BUILDER

LICENSED

available for all aspects of

building. Please call 027

241-7471 or 335-0265

BUILDER

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but specialist in bathroom

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experience, with service

and integrity. Free Quotes.

Ph Lachlan 383-1723 or

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CARPET & VINYL

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Repairs, uplifting,

relaying, restretching,

E mail jflattery@xtra.

co.nz

ph 0800 003 181

or 027 2407416

ELECTRICIAN

Registered, electrical

installation and repairs,

Gorbie Electrical, ph 021

026 73375 or 03 322 4209

gREENFIELDS

For quality gardening

services call Johnny 022

1983698.

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all interior & exterior

painting & all forms of

interior plastering & jib

fixing, ph Mark 021 171-

1586 or 355-5994

PAINTER AVAILABLE

All aspects in painting.

Very competitive in roofs

and fences. Please call 027

241-7471 or 335-0265

PAINTER

Quality work, I stand by

Canterbury Ph Wayne

03 385-4348 or 027 274

3541

PLASTERER

Gib Stopping, Small

job specialty. 30 + years

experience. Ring 0800

387-369

PLUMBER

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PLUMBING Certifying

Plumber for all types of

plumbing, maintenance,

spouting, alterations etc.

Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

350-231

SHoE REPAIRS

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repairs,key cutting &

engraving.(10 yrs exp)683

Main North Rd

ph 027 3113423

SPoUTINg CLEANINg

Spouting Unblocked,

Cleaned Out and Flushed

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Services Available. Call

Trevor 332 8949 or 021

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Public Notices

Belfast

Community Trust

Applications are open to appropriate

charitable organisations in Belfast. The grant

is for the purpose of benefiting the residents of

Belfast. Applications also open for advertising

on the billboard corner of Main North Road

and Johns Road, Belfast.

For more info and to apply, please refer to our

website:

www.perpetualguardian.co.nz/philanthropy/

grants-and-scholarships

Completed forms are due no later than 5pm

Friday 9th March 2018.

Trades & Services

SToNEMASoN, BRICK

& BLoCKLAYER

Earthquake Repairs, Grind

Out & Repoint, River/

Oamaru stone, Schist,

Volcanic Rock, Paving,

all Alterations new & old,

Quality Workmanship,

visit www.featureworks.

co.nz or ph 027 601-3145

T.V. SERVICE

CENTRE

Repairs, tvs, microwaves,

stereos, DVD. Aerial

installations and kitsets,

480 Moorhouse Ave, ph 03

379 1400

UPHoLSTERER

Dining Chairs, Lounge

suites, Caravan Squabs

etc. recovered. Free

Quotes. Phone Graeme

383-1448

VHS VIDEo TAPES

& all camera tapes

converted to DVD, video

taping special occasions,

www.grahamsvideo.co.nz

ph 03 338-1655

WINDoW CLEANINg

Average 3 bdrm house

inside or out $40. Both

$70. Phone Trevor 344-

2170

Wanted To Buy

CASH FOR

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Do you have an

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We are currently Buying

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Free Appraisal and Cash

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Call Matt Power

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quality furniture,

Beds, Stoves, Washing

machines, Fridge Freezers.

Same day service. Selwyn

Dealers. Phone 980 5812

or 027 313 8156

TOOLS Garden,

garage, woodworking,

mechanical, engineering,

sawbenches, lathes, cash

buyer, ph 355-2045

Entertainment

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Phone 0800wekapass

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What’s On

Entertainment

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

Outstanding Young Musicians

LIXIN Zhang is one of the 3 Finalists in

st

the 51 National Concerto Competition

rd

Final taking place this Saturday 3

March 2018, 7.30pm at Charles Luney

Auditorium.

Lixin is 16 years old and is in his h

year at Burnside High School where he

is in the Specialist Music Programme

playing both piano and violin. He

began piano lessons at the age of 4.

In January this year, Lixin travelled to

Santiago Chile to study with the

renowned Edith Fischer and Jorge Pepi-

Alos. In 2017, Lixin was invited to

perform two solo concerts at festivals

held in Mallorca Spain. During the

same year, he had attended a summer

school program held in Switzerland and

was invited to return the following year

and perform as a guest artist at a

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Lixin has won the 2017 Wallace

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Wallace National Junior Piano

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and the Ruby Hay Pianoforte

Scholarship.

Away from the piano, he enjoys

playing table tennis, chess, and tennis.

e other 2 Finalists are Muse Ye

(Christchurch) and Modi Deng

(Auckland).

Contestants will be accompanied by

the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra,

Conductor Ben Northey.

st

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