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• By Julia Evans

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• By Julia Evans

FREEDOM CAMPERS are

upsetting Burnside residents by

parking outside a cemetery.

But the city council has investigated

and found they are not

breaching the bylaw, so it will not

be following up.

Grahams Rd residents have

been phoning Fendalton-

Waimairi-Harewood Community

Board deputy chairman Sam

MacDonald with complaints

of camping activity outside the

Waimairi Cemetery site.

“Over the last fortnight I have

had numerous complaints from

local residents concerned about

the possible freedom camping

occurring outside the cemetery on

Grahams Rd,” he said.

City council head of regulatory

compliance Tracey Weston said it

has received three complaints in

relation to this site.

In the event that a breach of the

Freedom Camping Bylaw 2015

has taken place, city council officers

have the authority to issue an

infringement notice to the value

of $200 to the owner or occupier

of the vehicle, she said.

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FREEDOM CAMPERS are not an overly

popular breed – unless of courses you have a

business which they spend in.

On page 1 today, we report on concerns

Burnside residents have with freedom

campers parking up outside the Waimairi

Cemetery.

And

ence

fair enough too.

We all know what freedom campers can get up to and leave but

that’s not all of them. But unfortunately, all freedom campers tend

to get parcelled into the same category.

The city council has investigated those parking up on Grahams

Rd and they haven’t breached any bylaws, so nothing will be done

about them.

However, I can see why people would be upset with freedom

campers outside the cemetery. It just doesn’t seem to be the right

place

with

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Jones to avoid by-election if she quits

• By Julia Evans

PAPANUI-INNES Community

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

will not trigger a by-election

if she resigns over the Shirley

Community Centre.

Last week, Ms Jones told

Nor’West News that if funding

for a Shirley

community facility

was not included

in the city

council’s 2018-28

Long Term Plan,

she would stand

by her word

Ali Jones

and resign after

threatening to do

so at an elected members meeting

last year.

But this week she said while

she would stand down both as

chairwoman and from the board

altogether, she did not want it to

cause a by-election to replace her.

“I have undertaken to resign

from the board, not just as chair.

I have asked staff to look at the

ramifications of this as I do not

want to trigger a by-election,” she

said.

City council electoral officer Jo

Daly said a councillor or community

board member resignation

more than 12 months before

the next election in October 2019

would result in an extraordinary

WAITING: The site of the former Shirley Community Centre

at 10 Shirley Rd. (Right) – The community centre before it

was pulled down.

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vacancy which would need to be

filled by a by-election.

“If a vacancy happens within

12 months of the next triennial

election, a by-election is not

required (and) the local authority

or community board has the

option to either leave the vacancy

unfilled or to appoint a person to

fill the vacancy for the balance of

the current term,” she said.

Ms Jones said she would not

resign until October to avoid the

$65,000 cost of a by-election.

The community centre’s

rebuild at 10 Shirley Rd has been

dubbed the board’s “die in the

ditch” project. But has been delayed

by another 10 years in the

draft LTP.

“I’m a woman of my word. I

don’t want to resign, I love my

job, I love what I do. But this is

how passionately I feel about the

community,” Ms Jones said.

In a bid to reinstate LTP funding

for a community facility in

Shirley, part of the board’s Innes

Ward, it called city council chief

executive Karleen Edwards to a

recent meeting.

Dr Edwards told Nor’West

News during the discussion, she

emphasised the city council’s

goal to keep a proposed rates

increase down in the LTP.

“I also explained the challenges

of balancing aspirational

projects with what’s available in

the budget, while also trying to

keep rates down,” she said.

But Dr Edwards said she

highlighted the opportunity for

the board and its residents to put

submissions into the city council

regarding the Shirley Community

Centre during consultation.

Submissions would be considered

by the mayor and city

councillors before the LTP is

finalised.

•Submissions on the

LTP can be made at www.

ccc.govt.nz/the-council/

consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/

show/125 until April 13

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Putting job where mouth is

Papanui-

Innes

Community

Board

chairwoman

Ali Jones

writes about

the Long

Term Plan and the bid to

get a community facility for

Shirley included

You know that bumper sticker

that says: “Life is a journey not a

destination?” Well whoever made

that up never worked for local

government.

The journey that has brought

the Papanui-Innes Community

Board to this point as far as the

Long Term Plan is concerned,

has already been one of much

consultation, conversation with

the community and a bit of foot

stomping. However, it is the destination

on which we firmly have

our sights set.

Over the years I have written

columns, letters, media releases

and social media posts encouraging

people to take part in the

democratic processes that enable

us to have a voice and this year

the community board is saying it

even more loudly and urgently.

I write this as the chairwoman

of the board. In that role about

two months before the end of

last year at an LTP workshop our

board discovered that yet again

the Shirley Community Centre

had been dropped – about the

fourth time this had happened in

budget rounds.

We were aghast and I was so

annoyed I said I would resign

from the board if it was not put

back in.

By the end of that workshop,

once again we felt confident that

it would be included and were

gobsmacked when in February

this year, we were sent the final

draft of the LTP and it had been

pulled again.

Funding for the replacement

Shirley Community Centre has

been in and out of the LTP over

the years like a yo-yo. As elected

members, we know money

doesn’t grow on trees and we

understand that we have to cut

our cloth accordingly.

However, unlike other wards,

we don’t have projects that we

can take out of the LTP to cover

the things we would like to add.

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and water pipe replacement and

repairs, major road projects like

the northern corridor, cycleways,

the land drainage programme –

we have no room to barter these

for community facilities.

In fact we have nothing at all in

LTP we can “trade.”

The community in the east,

in Shirley (and Mairehau, Richmond

and Dallington), were hit

very hard by the quakes and are

still recovering.

There must be a more equitable

spread of money across the city

and I have to say, I don’t believe

that is the case in this LTP and I

am prepared to put my job where

my mouth is.

I really love my role as chairwoman

of the board and we have

a very passionate and effective

board. I don’t want to resign but

in September or October last year

I said I would if there was no

money on budget for this facility

and I am a person of my word.

Please make a submission to

the LTP (phone our ward office

if you need assistance) and think

about coming into the council

building to talk to your submission

too.

It might be that a fruit forest,

community barbecues, a small

hall with a community garden

and all access playground is what

is needed and wanted – that is up

to you.

Orbiter Bus stops Innes Road

Readers of the Nor’West

News continue to express

disappointment with

Environment Canterbury’s

proposal to cut six bus

routes around the city,

including two in Papanui

Maria-Teresa Porta – I am

writing to express my concern

about the proposed bus cuts

to route number 107 and 108

that go through Casebrook to

Northlands Shopping Centre. I

am 79-years-old with osteoporosis.

My husband is 82 and has

Alzheimer’s disease. Neither of

us drive and we both walk with

great difficulty, even just walking

up our street to Bishopdale Mall

is too much for us.

Our doctor is in Papanui and

our dentist is in Merivale. If

ECan removes our bus, this is the

only means we have of getting

to our appointments, as well as

doing our grocery shopping at

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ECan should consider people

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Even if they put on a small bus

once an hour, it would be preferable

to having no bus at all.

Readers also respond

to the news Belfast will

be getting a new school

to cope with its booming

population

Helen Ann Murphy –

Amazing. It was a wee village

when we arrived from Sydney

44 years ago and no one wanted

to live here. We were asked why

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from the city.

Ana Connor – At the expense

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Tuesday March 27 2018 5

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Comedian enlisted to

teach students

how to be ‘good men’

• By Julia Evans

CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High

School has enlisted the help of

a former student and comedian

to start discussions about

the importance of being

“good men.”

It comes after

two students were

suspended recently.

One allegedly took

a photo up a female

teacher’s skirt and

shared it with his

friends.

While another

allegedly took a video

of a teacher in the

Chris Parker

classroom and uploaded it to a

porn website.

The matter is with police.

Old boy and comedian Chris

Parker will be speaking to the

students, headmaster Nic Hill

said.

Parker recently performed his

show Camp Binch in Dunedin.

It explores the country’s

“narrow view of masculinity.”

He had a “major dose” of

traditional masculinity while

attending CBHS, Parker told the

Otago Daily Times.

“In the first assembly they

said `this is the top school for

rugby in the world’. I remember

thinking this is going to be the

longest five years of my entire

life,” he said.

Mr Hill said the school was

“very keen” to hear from

other men and women who

are willing to help with

messages about “respect

and care” for others.

“Good men care about

others, have respect

for others and have the

strength to stand up for

their values.”

Mr Hill said most of the

“inappropriate incidents” with

cell phones occur in the junior

school.

But he said in the “increasingly

technological and connected

world” an active approach needs

to be taken to managing the

issues.

“We must be clear on our

values, clear on the importance

of learning and be willing to act

when necessary. Passive teaching

and parenting can in fact create

the risks our boys face.”

• By Julia Evans

PLANS FOR new classroom

blocks, science labs and a library

have been revealed as part of the

$32 million Christchurch Boys’

High School rebuild.

Preliminary designs have been

given the green light by the Ministry

of Education for the new

Caddick and Caldwell classroom

buildings. Construction is due

to start at the end of the year.

Headmaster Nic Hill said the

school was “very excited” about

the new designs.

The designs feature 30 new

classrooms, including 12 science

labs. The school’s new library is

being built on the ground floor

of the Caddick building.

“The plans do link to our key

design principles, including

maximising and emphasising

the relationship between teacher

and student,” Mr Hill said.

The new blocks will be built

near the Kahu Rd entrance to

the school and include an internal

courtyard, as well as access

from the Deans’ building by a

bridge over the Avon River.

“Developed and detailed

design will be finished by the

end the year, which is also when

construction will begin,” Mr

Hill said.

The buildings have been

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DESIGN: Plans for the

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the end of the year.

named after the school’s former

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Last year the school unveiled

its new $4.66 million hall with

seating for more than 1300

students. The work is part of the

school’s upgrade and rebuild

following the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

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original buildings are set stay,

including the Deans’ farm heritage

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New facilities

possible at

Harewood park

• By Julia Evans

THE INCREASING popularity

of a Harewood reserve has

prompted an investigation into

expanding its facilities.

The Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood Community Board

asked city council staff for

information on what toilet and

changing facilities are planned

for Roto Kohatu Reserve.

City council acting manager

regional parks Paul Devlin said

$2.9 million is proposed to be

spent on the renewal of existing

park-wide facilities within Roto

Kohatu Reserve, Otukaikino

and The Groynes in the 2018-28

draft Long Term Plan.

Some of that budget will also

be spent on new facilities at each

site “as approved through the

future master plan process,” Mr

Devlin said. There is a man-made

lake at the Sawyers Arms Rd

reserve, which is a popular spot

for recreational users, such as jet

skis and boats.

Last year the city council had

to expand the size of the car park

and entrance at the reserve due

to its increased use. An update

from staff would go back to the

board detailing plans to expand

the facilities at an upcoming

board meeting.

•From page 1

But Ms Weston said that would not

be happening.

“Our investigations have concluded

that there has been no breach

of the freedom camping bylaw,” Ms

Weston said.

However, Mr

MacDonald said he

would not be letting

the issue go. He

said it’s of “national

significance.”

“I’ll keep pestering

the city council

until it acts and

they’re gone,” he

said.

Mr MacDonald said the campers

are there most nights and leave again

in the morning, which is unsettling

for residents who are worried about

local amenities not being respected.

Mr MacDonald said the biggest

concern was the fact the campers are

parking up outside a cemetery.

“It’s incredibly important we

protect local amenities for ratepayers

and continue to value and show

respect for the significance of this

cemetery in our local community,”

he said.

He said there had also been signs

of litter, which was not respectful of

the amenity.

The cemetery was opened in 1909

and has nearly reached capacity.

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COMPLAINTS: Freedom campers are drawing criticism outside Waimairi Cemetery but

the city council has investigated and it can’t do anything about them.

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News

Youths arrested for spray-paint attack

• By Andrew King

SIX YOUTHS have been

arrested after allegedly

attacking a woman in the

Bishopdale Village Mall by

spray-painting her in the face.

Police were called to

the incident at 3pm on March

18.

The youths are all under the

age of 13, police said.

The alleged offenders, some of

whom were riding BMX bikes,

have all been referred to Youth

Aid. A St John spokesman said

an ambulance was sent and

paramedics treated the victim at

the scene.

Police said the matter is still

under investigation.

Students motivated by speaker

William Pike

•From page 1

Mr Pike was one of

two climbers caught in a

volcanic eruption on the

slopes of Mt Ruapehu,

in 2007.

After his leg was

crushed by rock, water

and mud, doctors called

his survival a miracle.

But the right leg had to

be amputated below the

knee.

Jenelle Hooson Rangi

Ruru’s well being coordinator,

said it was

powerful to hear Mr

Pike talk about students

exploring their capability

and developing a

sense of purpose.

“William’s discussion

of the challenges he

faced and how he overcame

these resonated

with the growth mindset

approach teachers

are developing with the

girls,” she said.

Ms Fail said the

WPCA will help the

year 7 and 8 girls at

Rangi develop important

life skills including

leadership, values,

empathy, independent

thinking and teamwork,

while giving them the

chance to contribute to

their local communities

in real and tangible

ways.

“We want our girls to

be prepared for however

life may challenge

them.”

Right – Annabel

Wynn-Williams

• By Julia Evans

AN ONLINE survey has been

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plans to establish a new school in

Belfast.

The public has until April 5 to

submit feedback on a Ministry of

Education proposal that would

see a second campus of Belfast

Primary School added in the west

of the suburb or an entirely new

school open.

It comes as several possible sites

have been identified by the ministry,

all within 1km of the current

Belfast site on Main North Rd.

“These sites are all larger than

is usually required for a year 1-8

primary school, since it is possible

that Allenvale School will relocate

to the site and share the site with

the new school,” principal Sue

Elley said.

If a new campus of Belfast Primary

is dismissed, the ministry

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

GROWTH:

The Ministry

of Education is

working with

Belfast School to

investigate the

possibility of a

second campus. ​

School feedback sought

would build the new school in

2020-21.

The current Belfast School zone

would be divided approximately

in half.

But if Belfast School is extended,

its current site would change

to a year 1 to 4 junior campus,

and the new site would become a

year 5 to 8 senior campus, opening

in 2020-21.

“While many aspects of the

school would stay the same,

there are also new opportunities

for changes to Belfast School’s

current way of operating and its

physical spaces,” Ms Elley said.

She wants to encourage other

community members to participate

in the survey, to ensure a

range of viewpoints are considered.

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WHEELS: Cotswold School head boy Sam Carrell and head girl Estelle Lin are

ready to ride.

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Cotswold pupils get

new bikes and track

• By Julia Evans

COTSWOLD SCHOOL pupils love their

new bikes.

The Bishopdale school raised more than

$70,000 to become the second school

in the city to join the Bikes in Schools

programme.

The Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board earmarked $15,000 to

go towards the programme, which aims

to provide children with easy access to

bicycles.

The school has purchased a fleet of bicycles

in four different sizes and helmets,

and is building a cycle track around the

school field and a storage facility.

The track will be open to the 500

Cotswold pupils during the school day

and to the community after school hours

and on weekends.

SCHOOLS

Local sports clubs, pre-schools and

kindergartens will also have access to the

track.

The school plans to hold duathlons and

cycle races on the track.

More than 65 schools across the

country have worked with the Bikes in

Schools Charitable Trust to implement

the programme.

However, Cotswold has become only

the second school in the city to run it,

alongside Rawhiti School in North New

Brighton.

The sooner the better

for sore heel treatment

We’ve all enjoyed the long, hot

summer but unfortunately, for some,

the extended time wearing jandals

and comfortable shoes to stay cool has

resulted in sore heels.

“That’s due to the lack of support

for the feet, which can result in the

arches falling,” says Ian Graham of the

Papanui Foot Clinic.

“We are seeing a lot of people with

this problem, and our advice to anyone

suffering from sore heels is to come

and see us as soon as possible. The

quicker it’s seen to, the quicker we can

get them ‘up and running’ again.”

Patients are also given exercises that

target the area and ease the problem,

Ian says.

However, wearing closed-in shoes

can also cause problems for some,

with ingrowing toenails resulting from

toes being squashed creating pain

and discomfort. Ian and his fellow

podiatrist Anna Brown can easily treat

the problem, with Ian specialising in

ingrowing toenail surgery.

Children often experience foot

problems, too, particularly when they

change from one sport to another at

this time of year. Painful heels, for

example, are quite common in children

and these can be treated with orthotic

support.

“We make foot orthotics here at the

clinic,” Ian says. “Anyone with heel

pain, sore bunions, sore arches, flat feet

and lower leg pain can be treated with

foot orthotics.”

The Papanui Foot Clinic also carries

the Dr Comfort footwear range for

men and women. These are wider and

deeper than standard footwear and are

designed for people that have trouble

finding shoes to fit.

The Papanui Foot Clinic is located

at 448 Papanui Road. Opening hours

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with evening clinics on Tuesdays and

Thursday till 7.30pm.

For further information or to make

an appointment, phone 352 6400.

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WINNER: Space Oddity by Isleworth Primary School won the people’s choice

award.

Futuristic garden

takes out award

A GARDEN named after a David Bowie

song won Isleworth Primary the people’s

choice award at the Oderings School

Gardens Show.

Space Oddity was set up at the

Woolston Club recently with the public

able to vote for their favourite garden

display.

Isleworth was one of 11 schools

showcasing their green-thumbed talent

under the theme ‘into the future’.

Judges from the Canterbury

Horticultural Society handed out

awards.

Bryndwr’s Wairakei School was handed

gold by judges for their garden called A

Dual Purpose.

While St Albans Catholic School’s

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award.

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National titles for Rangi triathletes

SPORTS

PACE: Lily (middle) running with her bike at the start of the the cycling stage of the event. (Right) – Milly Gallagher during the running stage of the under-12 team

event. (Below) – The combined team from Rangi Ruru and Medbury receive their medals.

CHRIST’S COLLEGE has had

its name etched onto the Maadi

Cup for the 11th time.

Hamilton Boys’ High School

led the boys under-18 eight race

from the 500m mark at the

New Zealand secondary schools

rowing regatta on Twizel’s Lake

Ruataniwha from last week.

But Christ’s Alex Todhunter,

Jamie Batchelor, Will Chaffey,

Zac Cran, Fletcher Anderson,

Guy Chaffey, Jack Elvy, Lachie

Hazlett and Max Marsh pulled

away at 1750m clocking a winning

time of 6min 1.90sec.

While Hamilton Boys finished

in the silver spot on 6min

3.82sec, Christchurch Boys

came third for the second year

in a row on 6min 9.49sec.

Christ’s College took home

another four golds and one

silver medal for the under-15

coxed octuple sculls, under-16

coxed eight, under-16 coxed

four, under-17 coxed eight and

the under-18 novice coxed eight.

TWO YEAR 8 Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School pupils have taken

out national titles in the New

Zealand schools triathlon

championships.

Lily Greenwood won the

under-12 girls age-group and

then she and Milly Gallagher

combined with two pupils from

Medbury to win the 2018 NZS

under-12 tag team triathlon.

The championships took

place on Rabbit Island, Nelson,

last Monday and Tuesday, with

hundreds of competitors from

around the country taking part.

The tag team event saw each

member complete a shortened

individual triathlon, before

tagging the next member to

complete their section. Tagging

means passing a timing chip on.

Rangi Ruru head of sport Jo

Fogarty said the Rangi/Medbury

combined team was incredibly

strong, winning the under-12s

section by more than 6min.

“The girls have credited Rangi

coach Mark Cotham’s wind

training sessions with helping

CBHS racked up another

three golds and five silvers in the

under-15 double sculls, under-15

coxed quad sculls, under-17

coxed four, under-18 coxless

pair oars, under-16 coxed quad

sculls, under-17 coxed eight,

under-18 coxed four and the

under-15 coxed octuple sculls.

But last year’s Maadi Cup

winner, St Andrew’s College did

not claim a single medal during

the regatta.

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School retained

their title as the top girls’

school in rowing for the third

time running.

It was close as Rangi beat

Waikato Diocesan Girls’ School

by just one point.

Overall Rangi won three golds

in the under-18 novice coxed

eight, under-16 coxed eight and

the under-18 novice coxed four,

three silvers in the under-18

coxed four, under-16 coxed four

and the under-18 coxed eight

and a bronze in the under-15

their competitiveness in this section,”

she said.

Lily’s mum Liz Greenwood

said her daughter loves the sport

as it provides variety with the

three disciplines.

“You need to be good at a mix

of sports, which Lily is. Her goal

is to be able to join the Canterbury

Tri Academy (open to

14-years-plus) and then compete

for New Zealand in age group

events later in high school. Andrea

Hewitt is her idol who she

often sees training at Jellie Park.”

Christ’s College take out Maadi Cup for 11th time

coxed four.

St Bede’s College won gold in

the under-18 novice coxed four,

silver for the under-16 coxed

eight and bronze in the under-16

coxed four.

Christchurch Girls’ High

School won silver in the under-15

coxed four and bronze for

the under-16 coxed four.

While St Margaret’s College

got two bronze medals in the

under-18 novice coxed eight and

the under-16 coxed eight.

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Easter is both the most sombre and joyful

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to remember the crucifixion of Christ and His

resurrection. Its date changes each year, making

it a ‘moveable feast.’ The Easter story lies at the

heart of the Christian faith and its importance

is celebrated with special celebrations. But just

what does it all mean?

The week leading up to Easter Sunday is

Holy Week which starts with Palm Sunday,

commemorating Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem.

It is marked in many churches by giving palm

fronds, or a local equivalent like flax, which

represents the way He was welcomed and

revered.

Maundy Thursday, or Holy Thursday,

remembers the Last Supper where the first

Holy Communion was established and is a

fundamental feature of many Christian services

2,000 years later. The day also recognises Jesus’

betrayal, arrest and trial and is marked in

Christian churches by services of foot-washing

and the stripping of alters.

That is followed by Good Friday, the date on

Anglican

which Jesus Christ was executed by crucifixion

and the markings on the hot cross buns we all

enjoy are representative of that.

As well as being a public holiday, it is a

solemn acknowledgment of the horrific death

that ultimately led to the establishment of the

Christian faith.

Catholics and Anglicans alike commemorate

the events of Good Friday in the Stations of the

Cross, the church bells are not rung and alters

remain bare.

Holy Week concludes with Easter Sunday,

the most significant celebration in the Christian

calendar and a time to rejoice. It celebrates

Christ’s resurrection and the triumph of good

over evil.

Christians across Christchurch will be

attending church services and it is the day when

arguably everyone’s favourite part of Easter –

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enjoying your Easter Eggs this year, take some

time to reflect on the true meaning behind Holy

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The service information is as follows:

Thur 29 March Maundy Thursday Service of

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Fri 30 March Good Friday all-age service

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Sun 1 April Easter Day services 7.45am,

9am & 10.30am

Casino team takes out

rescue chopper challenge

TEAMS FROM

businesses across the

city assembled, with one

mission, to raise as much

money for the Westpac

rescue helicopters.

They were challenged to

a gruelling day of pushups,

an obstacle course

and a first aid test during

the Air Rescue Summer

Crew Challenge.

The Christchurch Casino

took out the champion

title for the second year in

a row – raising more than

$12,000 for the charity.

“The teams left nothing

on the field this year it was

extremely competitive – it

was amazing to see the

Casino take the cup for

the second year running;

they worked together as

a team and fought to the

end,” Rick Knight, crew

chief said.

Air Rescue began the

day with a goal of raising

$70,000, which was

cracked the $70,721.91

raised by the 22 competing

teams will fund 14

livesaving air rescue trips.

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WINNER:

The

Christchurch

Casino team

raised more

than $12,000

for Westpac

Air Rescue.

“It really does make

a difference. It has been

a very busy time for the

crew

especially at weekends

where they can attend

back to back missions,”

Air Rescue chief executive

Christine Prince

said.

The Christchurch

Casino raised $12,815

Mortlock McCormack

Law came in second place

raising $10,479.60 and in

third was the Commodore

Hotel with $7070.80.

244 Avonhead Road. Phone 358 8780

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Maundy Thursday – ‘Take eat this is my body...’

7.30pm Eucharist of the Lord’s Supper and Footwashing

8.30pm ‘Tenebrae’ - Service of Shadows

Good Friday – ‘Why have you forsaken me?’

9am Carrying the cross from Holy Trinity Catholic Church

10.30am Creative Lifestreams service (in hall)

12 noon Vigil – music and readings in church

Easter Day – ‘Christ is Risen!’

8am Eucharist with Hymns

9.30am Festive Eucharist with Choir

10am Lifestreams Intergenerational Service (in hall)

5pm Evensong with Choir

7pm Antioch – Contemporary Worship (in hall)

Rev Mark Chamberlain

Cnr Fendalton Rd and Tui St

Parish Office: 351 7064 l www.stbarnabas.org.nz

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Good Friday - 30 March

10am - Mairehau High School, 440 Hills Road.

Easter Sunday - 1 April

8.30am – Traditional Easter Service.

12 Berwick Street, St Albans.

10am - Family Service with Easter egg hunt and

sausage sizzle.

Mairehau High School, 440 Hills Road.

4pm - Family service and Easter party with dinner

after the service. 12 Berwick Street.

7pm - Movie screening: The Case for Christ

At The Piano - Centre for Music and The Arts,

156 Armagh Street.

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Methodist

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Methodist Parish

The Chapel Street Centre

Cnr Harewood Rd & Chapel St

Easter Services

29 th March – Maundy Thursday Service, 7pm

30 th March – Good Friday Service, 10am

1 st April – Easter Service, 10am

NATURE: Winners at the Papanui-Innes Community Board edible garden

awards.

Edible garden winners

GREEN-thumbed

residents gathered at the

Chapel Street Centre

to celebrate their edible

gardens.

On Thursday night 42

entrants and their gardens

were acknowledged by

the Papanui-Innes Community

Board at its edible

garden awards in the

categories of residential

house, residential unit,

schools and early learning

centres and community

gardens.

The board spearheaded

the idea of an edible

garden awards in 2013

and it has caught on

across the city with most

boards now running

similar events.

The event is a partnership

between the board

and the Christchurch

Horticultural Society.

Winners

Residential house –

Ann Powley, Shirley

Residential unit –

James Cumming,

Northcote

School/early learning

centre – Wairakei School,

Bryndwr

Community garden –

St Albans Uniting Parish,

Mairehau

First time entrant –

Sarah Morel, St Albans

Best tomatoes – Rowan

Trindall, St Albans

Best yield – Michael

Hole, St Albans

Sustainability – Dale

and Eileen Donaghey,

Redwood


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Tuesday March 27 2018 15

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by 5pm each Wednesday

JP 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 service.

Fendalton, Shirley and Papanui

libraries

GenConnect

Tuesday, 12.10-12.40pm

Connecting generations by

sharing knowledge. Do you have

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 answer all

your questions.

Papanui Library, 35 Langdons

Rd

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

practice their reading skills and

develop a love of reading. This

programme uses dogs which

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

Rd

Bishopdale Bridge Club

Wednesday, 11am-2.30pm

Go along and join in with this

social group which meets every

Wednesday for a game or two of

bridge. Table fees are $5. Phone

Janet for more information on

352 1440.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library

and Community Centre, 13

Bishopdale Court

Indoor Bowls

Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm

The club season is open with

new members welcome. Friendly

assistance for new players. For

more information, phone Lester

on 323 8184.

Papanui Methodist Church, cnr

Chapel St and Harewood Rd

Bishopdale Book Club

Thursday, 1-2pm

Bach’s St John Passion, written for Good Friday in 1723, will be performed at St Mary’s Pro

Cathedral on Manchester St on Friday at 8pm by the CBS choir, soloists and orchestra. The

soloists will be Sarah-Jane Rennie, Louisa Pilkington, Ken Joblin and Chris Whelan, with Ben

Madden as the evangelist and Sam Madden as tenor soloist. The orchestra will be led by Natalia

Lomeiko. Continuo will be provided by Ellen Doyle on cello and Veronica van der Knaap on

harpsichord. The performance will be directed by Don Whelan. For more information, including

ticketing, phone 358 5873 or email don.whelan@xtra.co.nz

Go along and join the friendly

group of readers and chat about

your current reading and old

favourites. With no set book to

read, this is a relaxed and social

group which meets monthly in

the library.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library

and Community Centre, 13

Bishopdale Court

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday 2-3pm

Go along and enjoy a chat with

others 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

Head along to a Maker Space

session every week at the

Redwood Library. There will be

a variety of activities and fun to

be had for all. Runs during term

time only.

Redwood Library, 339 Main

North Rd

Christchurch Women’s

Toastmasters

Friday, 12.30-1.30pm

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St Pauls, behind the 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

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What’s On

Entertainment

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Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

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Something free to do

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While the main exhibition and associated

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Also included on the programme is a

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3pm on Easter Sunday at the Knox Church.

e Wakaroa Pigeon Bay Art Trail |

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Waiakei Rd

Abros Pl

• Open 7 days from

10am - 9pm

• Chiller trailer hire

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