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Sunday 18 March 2018

NEW BRIGHTON’S BearLion

Foods has been recognised for

its innovation and sustainability

efforts in a national competition.

Owners John Collins and

Alesha Bilbrough-Collins were

presented with the National

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and Sustainability award

last week at the 2018 Meadow

Fresh New Zealand Café of the

Year awards.

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Brighton cafe scoops sustainability award

With the mantra ‘food for the

soul’, BearLion Foods aims to be

as sustainable and evironmentally-friendly

as possible.

Offering customers recycled

glass containers, using biodegradable

packaging, selling

metal straws and discouraging

the use of plastic has made the

Carnaby Lane cafe one of the top

Conscious Consumer companies

in New Zealand.

The cafe has also shown its

innovative-flare by recycling

all cling-film it gets via deliveries

through a company called

Terracycle. It has made a video

encouraging all hospitality businesses

to do the same.

Leftover food is also donated

to the New Brighton community

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Removal

of Rawhiti

Domain

trees a

‘double

standard’

• By Sophie Cornish

THE REMOVAL of seven trees in

Rawhiti Domain has been labelled

a “double standard” following

a request for an urgent safety

audit of trees on the South New

Brighton estuary edge.

The Rawhiti Domain trees will

be removed because of safety

concerns.

But Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Tim Sintes

says the tree issue in South New

Brighton needs urgent attention

too.

He says more than 30 trees on

the estuary edge are at risk of falling

at any time. The community

board requested an urgent safety

audit at the beginning of last

month.

The city council has previously

told Pegasus Post the South New

Brighton trees were being monitored

over the past six weeks. A

fallen tree on the beach had been

removed, along with eight pine

trees near the boundary fence of

the camping ground.

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News

Pressure builds to add 50m pool

• By Sophie Cornish

FEARS THAT the new QE II

Recreation and Sport Centre

will not meet the demands of

the community are increasing

pressure to add a 50m pool to

the facility.

The concerns are that the

current 25m pool will not

cater for the

large variety of

users, including

students from

the Shirley

Boys’ High and

Avonside Girls’

High campus at

Linda

Stewart

QE II Park.

“It is never

going to be able

to service the local community

as well as two high schools, local

primary schools and sporting

groups . . . the former facilities

were used by people all over

Christchurch, not just the east,”

said Christchurch Concerned

Citizens Group members

Jacqui Herron and Craig

MacKay.

Said a spokeswoman from the

Keep QE II in the East group:

“We are concerned not everyone

in our community will get a fair

opportunity to use it.”

Coastal-Burwood Community

UPGRADE: There is increasing pressure to add a 50m pool

at the QE II Recreation and Sport Centre to meet the needs of

the community.

Board member Linda Stewart

said there would “undoubtedly”

be congestion in the new 25m

pool.

“I would almost bet a lot of

money on it,” she said.

However, city council

manager operations recreation

and sports unit, Nigel Cox,

said the facility’s placement

“provides space to the north

and east of the new facility’s

pool hall for an expansion. The

provision of an expansion zone

is common place in facility

planning. However, there was no

specific expansion in mind that

informed this decision.”

The $38.6 million pool facility

is set to open for Queen’s

Birthday weekend.

Following a recent site visit,

the community board was told

by contractor, Apollo Projects,

that adding a 50m pool would

cost an estimated $15-20

million.

Coastal-Burwood Ward city

councillor David East said

increasing the pool size to 50m,

which is the Olympic standard,

as well as adding seating and a

dive well could cost almost $50

million.

The facility’s plans were

designed with a “room to grow”

concept, said Ms Stewart.

Pressure is mounting around

the idea, as the city council’s

draft Long Term Plan will be

finalised in June.

Ms Stewart said if the pool is

not included in the plan, there

will not be the option to include

it until 2028.

However, Mr Cox said:

“The city council provides

an opportunity to update

the existing LTP through the

Annual Plan process that

operates yearly,” he said.

A 50m competition-sized

pool is planned for the $300

million central city Metro

Sports Facility, which Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods

brought to a standstill last year

following a $75 million budget

blowout.

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Now

In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

SCHOOL AND HALL FUTURE

The city council and Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

have successfully requested the

Ministry of Education delay its

decision on the future of the

Central New Brighton School site

and Roy Stokes Hall until the end

of July. City council staff are now

working with the New Brighton

Community Hall Trust to form a

business plan on the feasibility of

owning and managing parts of the

school site.

PLAYGROUND TO CLOSE

The new seaside playground in

New Brighton will be closed for

about a month from either May

or June. It will allow Development

Christchurch to make additional

improvements to the playground

and install artwork.

WALK AROUND QE II PARK

The Coastal-Burwood Community

Board wants the community to

have a say on the development

of the QE II Park master plan.

The board is offering a guided

walk around the park on March

25. There will be an update on

the new recreation and sports

centre, the school campus and

the Christchurch School of

Gymnastics rebuild. The walk will

start at the north end of QE II Park

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Schools

shouted trip

to the zoo

NINE EAST Christchurch

schools will be given the

opportunity to participate in

education programmes at Orana

Wildlife Park.

As part of The Warehouse

Zoofari, more than $130,000 has

been raised to enable 5000 pupils

from 41 decile 1-3 schools to go

on the ‘zoofari’.

Said Orana Wildlife Park education

manager Toby Johnson:

“Zoos in each region are collaborating

to host the school students

and give them the learning

opportunity that many would

otherwise miss out on without

The Warehouse.”

The Warehouse general manager

community relations Shari

French said visiting the zoo is a

quintessential part of childhood

for many children, but for some

families it is sometimes not possible.

The eastern school taking

part in ‘zoofari’ include Rawhiti

School, Shirley Primary School,

St James School, Haeata Community

Campus, Linwood

North School, Christchurch East

School, Linwood Avenue School,

Bromley School and Linwood

College.

Church restores former club

THE FORMER St Albans

Shirley Club has been extensively

renovated to become a new

church and community centre.

The building was opened on

Saturday at a launch event, with

a free lunch and entertainment,

including children’s games, a

bouncy castle and a performance

from the New Brighton Brass

Band.

The building on Hills Rd will

now be home to the Eastside

C3 Church and a variety of

community groups, including

the St Albans Shirley Club,

Fevah Modern Jive, Silhouette

Studios NZ, Toddlerock Shirley/

St Albans, and Moveable Feasts.

The C3 Church Christchurch

purchased the 1.6ha property

and the building off the St

Albans Shirley Club in 2016.

The church’s senior pastor

Paul Julian said the church

aims to contribute to the local

community.

AFTER SIX months of

preparation, the Zonta Club of

Christchurch South is set to hold

its annual summer garage sale

on Saturday.

Children’s toys, preserves,

furniture, ornaments, linen,

“This new building is one of

the ways we are doing that. There

are some amazing community

groups who use the space

during the week, as well as our

crockery, paintings, and books

were among the items on offer.

The money raised will be

distributed to the club’s chosen

charities. Recently it donated

money for furnishings at the

new City Mission women’s night

regular church services. We’ve

been pretty overwhelmed with

the amount of bookings so we’re

definitely filling a need. It’s

a pretty versatile space so we

shelter “We have a number of

very worthwhile charities which

we support and it is incredibly

satisfying to be able to make

substantial donations to these

groups,” said club president

Margaret Currie.

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OPEN: The Eastside C3

Church now has a new home

on Hills Rd after it renovated

the former St Albans Shirley

Club building. It will also be

used as a community centre.

welcome anyone to pop in and

check it out,” he said.

The Eastside C3 Church

is one of three branches in

Christchurch.

Zonta Club garage sale aims to help charities

Members of the club for

professional and business

women have been gathering

quality items for the past six

months in preparation for

the sale which will be held in

Cashmere.

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Tree removal a ‘double standard’

•From page 1

However, Mr Sintes said the

real problem is the trees on the

estuary edge.

“It is a total inconsistency, as

there has been no motion from

city council to remove trees on

the estuary edge, which pose

equally as much of a safety risk,”

he said.

“The walking track in South

New Brighton would get a lot

more people than the Rawhiti

Domain one would . . . if you use

the same criteria that they have

used in the Rawhiti Domain on

the estuary edge, well

there shouldn’t be any trees left

there.”

Mr Sintes said the work

“reeks of a double standard”

and believes it may be due to an

agenda the city council has with

the estuary edge.

The city council wants to

let the estuary edge erode

naturally following damage to

the erosion protection from the

earthquakes. The community

board wants to protect it in

order to preserve as much of the

domain as possible.

“This (trees becoming

damaged) is never going to stop

on the estuary edge until they

protect it,” Mr Sintes said.

City council acting head

of parks Kay Holder said on

RISK: Tim Sintes wants the dangerous trees removed from the South New Brighton estuary

edge.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

Thursday the estuary edge is

monitored on a regular basis as

the area is treated as a priority

from a health and safety

perspective.

“As a result of this monitoring,

we became aware of the fallen

tree and tree stumps and had

these removed as a priority.

During those works a stand of

dead pine and macrocarpa trees

were identified as hazardous and

have also been removed.

“We will continue to monitor

the area on a regular basis to

ensure that any health and

safety issues are dealt with

appropriately,” she said.

In Brief

HOT POOL DESIGNS

The latest revision of the design

plans for the hot pools in New

Brighton will be presented to the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board on Monday. Development

Christchurch will hold its fourth

workshop with a community

focus group on March 21, where

it will present the design plans

that will form part of the resource

consent application. The plans

will then be released to the wider

community. A Development

Christchurch spokesman said the

designs will continue to evolve

throughout the process.

QUEENSPARK DRIVE SPEED

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board has approved

lowering the speed limit around

Queenspark School. The new

speed zone will be on Queenspark

Drive and the limit will be

changed from 50km/h to 40km/h.

Electronic signs will be placed at

the start of the school speed zone.

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A photo on page 5 of Pegasus Post

last week said it was a freedom

camper’s campsite. This was

incorrect. It was a site belonging

to a homeless person. The caption

also said it was taken in South

New Brighton. The location was

in fact North Beach. Pegasus Post

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Growing the community

New Brighton Community

Garden secretary Hilary

Wilson and garden

manager Catherine O’Neil

talk about the benefits

of being involved in the

project

FOR MORE than 12 years a

whole lot of people have put a

whole lot of effort into making

our community gardens the

flourishing success that they

now are. As well as growing

vegetables, we pride ourselves on

growing the community.

What stands out? The diversity

of vegetables and flowers, food

for the body and food for the

soul, and the diversity of volunteers,

young and old, Kiwi and

foreign, smiley and grumpy, all

are warmly welcomed. The gardens

are a place to meet new people,

establish friendships, learn

new skills, build confidence, and

increase one’s sense of well-being

and belonging. Knowledge is

freely shared in many ways.

What do we treasure? Our

marvellous volunteers and staff,

our supportive trust members,

our very helpful funders and

the on-going support from local

businesses is very valuable. Our

commitment to respecting and

taking care of people and the

environment is too.

What do people say when

they come in the gate? They

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the Christchurch earthquakes,

visitors and volunteers found solace

and comfort in the gardens.

Gardening anywhere provides

GREEN

THUMBS:

Catherine O’Neil

(left) and Hilary

Wilson take

pride in their

community

garden.

both physical and mental health

benefits.

What do people get out of it?

You will almost certainly get

your hands dirty. And you will

probably go home with some

yummy fresh vegetables. But

also, and perhaps more importantly,

you get a sense of belonging

to the community, of contributing

to a meaningful productive

project, of working at literally the

grassroots level to help make the

world a better place. We are happily

about as far from corporate

culture as it’s possible to get.

Growing your own food sustainably

is a global movement. If

you want to find a community

garden near you, go to the Canterbury

Community Gardens

Association website at

www.ccga.org.nz

Readers respond to the

Christchurch School of

Gymnastics receiving

$900,000 from the city

council for the rebuild of

its new facility

Margaret Nicholas –

Why should a gym which is

basically a club, and which

has had large amounts of

money from city council in

the past, get so much more

than other grassroots sports,

or ones which keep more

youth active?

Bill Palmer – Good idea,

problem is no one can get

there unless they’ve got a

four-wheel-drive because of

the neglected roads in the

east, again I say city council

get your priorities in order

first.

Ryan Bailey – Surely

when a sports club has

received so much from city

council already, shouldn’t the

money go to other smaller

struggling sports/community

clubs. It would make a

massive difference to help

smaller sports clubs grow.

Readers respond to

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in North New Brighton,

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Maybe the supermarket

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These ones certainly don’t

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Go to a camp site or

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sportsman

of the year

• By Andrew King

FORMER SHIRLEY Boys’

High first XV captain Tom

Christie was named AECOM

outstanding young sportsman

of the year at the Nexia New

Zealand Canterbury Sports

Awards on Friday night.

He was up against basketballer

Quinn Clinton, golfer Tom

Parker and rower

Ben Taylor.

Christie, who

plays flanker, made

his debut for Canterbury

last year

Tom

Christie

and was part of the

World Cup winning

under-20 New Zealand

squad.

In 2015, he famously captained

Shirley to the UC Championship

final against St Bede’s, which

they lost.

The awards honour sporting

excellence as well as the invaluable

contribution of dedicated

coaches, administrators, officials

and volunteers.

“As a region, Canterbury has

access to world-class coaching

and an exceptional sports club

system,” Sport Canterbury chief

executive Julyan Falloon said.

The awards were held at the

Air Force Museum of New

Zealand.

More than 130 nominations

were received for the awards

across 30 sporting codes.

Schools count down to Maadi Cup

Six days out from the biggest school rowing event of

the year, Andrew King looks at how some of the crews

might fare at Maadi Cup which starts on Monday at Lake

Ruataniwha, Twizel

Shirley Boys’ High had a tough

start to the rowing season after

a 30m poplar tree fell into the

Avon River just as the under-15

crew of Reuben Bannon, Finley

Ocheduszko Brown, Cameron

Maughan, Liam Whitaker and

David Brown rowed underneath

it in January.

At the South Island secondary

school rowing champs earlier

this month, Maughan along

with Lucas MacDonald (stroke),

Brodie Barsby, Jack Hearn,

Cameron McConchie, Brayden

Keep, Elliot Stanley, Matthew

Sudlow and Joel Coleman (cox)

won gold in the under-15 eights.

The school also had success in

the under-16 single sculls with

Scott Shackleton winning gold.

Now they turn their attention

to the Maadi Cup which starts

on Monday and runs through

the week at Lake Ruataniwha,

Twizel.

Head of rowing Rob Wilson-

Pyne said it is all about building

a diverse squad with a variety of

different rowers.

“Everyone is working very

hard in training and we have just

completed our seat racing to get

placing for boats,” he said.

“We have got good depth

in the squad and some strong

rowers who should do well.”

He would not identify any

individuals to look out for,

saying every rower goes out there

with a team mindset.

“There are no individuals, it

is all about the squad. We have

the philosophy that any boat

that makes a final is representing

every kid involved,” he said.

The school is in a building

phase and is looking to have

a strong under-18 eights

competing at the Maadi Cup in

the near future.

“We are looking at 2019-2020

to target that under-18 eights

race,” he said.

They are also keeping an eye

on the competition up north.

“We always have a look at the

cousins up north; don’t know

what they feed them up there,

but they always set fast times.

And that is what it is all about,

the best in the country coming

together and seeing where we

stand. It’s an opportunity and a

challenge for us,” he said.

South Island secondary

school rowing champs –

results

Winners – boys

•CBHS: Under-15 coxed

quadruple sculls and coxed

octuple sculls; under-16

coxed quadruple sculls;

under-17 coxed four; coxed

quadruple sculls; under-18

novice double sculls;

coxless pairs oars; coxed

quadruple sculls; coxed four

and under-18 coxed eights.

•Shirley Boys’ High:

Under-15 coxed eights; and

under-16 single sculls.

•Christ’s College: Under-16

coxed eights; under-17

coxed eights; and under-18

novice coxed eights.

•St Bede’s: Under-16 coxed

four; and under-18 novice

coxed four.

•Cashmere High: Under-18

novice coxed quadruple

sculls.

Winners – girls:

SPORTS

PROGRESSION: Shirley Boys’ High are in a building phase

with some good talent coming up through the grades in the

under-18 eights.

PHOTO STEVE MCARTHUR

Rangi Ruru: Under-16

coxed four; under-16 coxed

eights; under-17 coxed

eights; under-18 novice

coxed eights; under-18

novice coxed four; and

under-18 coxed eights.

CGHS: Under-15 coxed

eights.

Dunstan High: Under-15

double sculls; quadruple

sculls; coxed octuple sculls;

and under-16 coxed quadruple

sculls.

St Margaret’s: ​Under-18

coxed four.

Villa Maria: Under-18

coxed quadruple sculls.

New Brighton players help revamp clubrooms

• By Andrew King

NEW BRIGHTON Rugby club

players will start the season off

with newly renovated clubrooms.

Members of the club and the

community have been busy

fixing up the clubrooms on

Rawhiti Ave.

Division one captain Reuben

Spicer, who is studying sports

leadership at Canterbury

University, had to write a paper

for his course on sponsorship

and decided fixing up the old

clubrooms would be a great way

to put theory into practice.

The idea had been floated

around the club for a while as the

clubrooms were starting to look a

bit run down.

But from Spicer’s paper the idea

snowballed and work started in

August last year.

Rugby development officer

Roddy Butt said Spicer, who

plays halfback, thought it would

also be a good way for the squad

to bond ahead of the upcoming

competition.

Lock Ben Nelson, a builder

by trade, said there had been so

much support from the local

community.

Not only have they managed to

renovate the division one shed,

but the majority of the club’s

buildings have also been done

PRIDE: Progress is being made on fixing up the New Brighton rugby clubrooms, which are set to be ready for the upcoming

season.

up, including the referee’s and

physio’s rooms.

Builder Matthew Burleigh,

brother of Scotland international

and former New Brighton

midfielder Phil Burleigh, and

plumber Henare Faithful have

also put a lot of work into the

buildings.

Nelson has donated about 450

hours himself, and Burleigh and

Faithful are not far behind.

“Most of the materials we have

used have been donated. So we

have been able to get between

$15,000 to $20,000 worth of

materials for about $200, which is

amazing,” Nelson said.

“It really shows how good

the club is and how great the

community is to get behind this.”

Nelson, who was born and

bred in Minnesota, United States,

came to the club in 2013 to “ply

his trade in rugby”.

Now he has residency and said

he will play for the club for as

long as he can.

“We want to be one of the best

recruiting clubs in the city and by

doing up our sheds it sends the

right message,” he said.


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88 Petrie St, Richmond

The Ray White New Brighton

Duke Festival of Surfing

Tuesday, Friday, Saturday

The Boardroom exhibition

shows surfboards throughout

the ages. An outdoor movie

night on Friday will feature

Moana, a movie supported by

the Aotearoa Surf Film Festival,

Fish People, and two shorter

surf films. A two-day surfing

competition begins on Friday

with local and international

surfers from all age groups

from under-12 through to the

over-60s. A smorgasbord meal

will follow at the New Brighton

Club on Saturday night with

entertainment from upcoming

South Island band Soaked Oats

and local band Run77. Visit the

festival’s Facebook page for more

information about times and

locations.

New Brighton

Table Tennis Club

Tuesdays 7.30pm

The St Albans/Shirley Table

Tennis Club is looking for new

members to join their friendly

club. All levels are welcome.

There are some spare bats

available. Games can be social

or competitive. Phone Ian on

021 586 802 or Shirley on

027 343 3981 evenings only

Email sophie.cornish@starmedia.kiwi

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Indoor bowls for the senior

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Please wear soft shoes. Cost per

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Phone Tania Smith at ACTIS on

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Aranui/Wainoni Community

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Ascot Petanque Club

Tuesday and Friday, 9.30-

11.30am

A friendly social club willing to

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supplied. Go along and learn this

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Ascot Community Centre, 12

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Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Rocket Club is a weekly afterschool

programme running during

term time. Students can join

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different activities based on local

Barrier Free Computing on Saturday, 10am-noon, is a service

provided by the Computer for Special Needs Trust, an

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Exercise Classes – Over 50s

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Times may change to just

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is $4 and a cup tea to follow. All

inquires welcome – phone either

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Ascot Community Centre, 12

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Boys’ Brigade in Shirley

Thursday, 6.30-8pm

The boys enjoy a wide range

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leadership and competition. The

creative weekly programme is

both skills and values based. For

more information, call Chris on

385 6446.

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 12.45pm

Challenge your word

knowledge with other likeminded

folk. Join in with this

friendly group suitable for

beginners or experienced players.

Cost is $3, includes afternoon tea.

Ascot Community Centre, Ascot

Ave, North New Brighton

Seaside Toy Library

Saturday, 9.30-11.30am

Catering for children six

months to seven years with toys,

games and sports equipment. Toy

hire is $2 per fortnight. Visit the

library’s Facebook page.

St Luke’s Church Hall, 212 Pine

Ave, South New Brighton

Eastside Gallery Multicultural

Exhibition

Monday-Friday, 11-4pm,

Saturday noon-3pm

Linwood Community Arts

Centre’s Eastside Gallery presents

Wayne Seyb’s Red Zone Gardens.

Seyb’s 23 paintings illustrate

what remains after houses and

possessions have gone. Exhibition

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Students have done us proud!

From top le:

Dominic Wilson

(Burnside High)

CHOGM Representative;

Meg Roberts (Rang Ruru)

Senior Gold Award;

Joshua Persico (CBHS)

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slilver awards going to Noah Cunningham (St

Patricks Bryndwr) and Joshua Persico (CBHS);

and Ruby Wilson-Moses (Selwyn House)

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With 12,300 entries from throughout the

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e winners were acknowledged at the

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students from all over New Zealand gather in

Wellington for a Model Commonwealth

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experience. e Canterbury branch offers a

grant to help with expenses towards this with

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Have you been declined

treatment by the DHB ?

The Canterbury Charity Hospital

may be able to treat you at no cost.

Our current services are:

• Gynaecology and women’s health

• Rectal bleeding clinic

• Colonoscopy (acute and screening)

• Cataracts

• Orthopaedics (upper and lower limb)

• General surgery (abdominal, rectal)

• Oral surgery and dentistry (* conditions apply)

• Counselling (by self referral)

To be treated by the Charity Hospital you must:

• Have been turned down in writing for treatment by the CDHB

• Not have medical insurance

• Not be able to afford the treatment privately (means tested)

• Have a referral from your doctor

* All dentistry and oral surgery patients need a dentist’s referral.

Dentistry is available for WINZ clients only, whilst oral surgery may

be available if you fit the above criteria.

Why are the Charity Hospital’s services at no cost to the patient?

More than 280 unpaid volunteer surgeons, nurses, dentists and support staff generously

donate their time for free. The Charity Hospital does not receive any Government funding.

Volunteers are always welcome. If you are a surgeon, nurse or technician,

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or email reception@charityhospital.org.nz

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