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New bid to fix potholes<br />

Action looms<br />

on Hawke St<br />

car park<br />

• By Sophie Cornish<br />

WORKSAFE NEW Zealand<br />

has been approached in a bid to<br />

finally repair the potholes in New<br />

Brighton’s Hawke St car park.<br />

Coastal-Burwood Ward city<br />

councillor David East wants<br />

WorkSafe to pressure the car<br />

park’s private owners into<br />

repairing the potholes which are<br />

a “trip and vehicle” hazard.<br />

WorkSafe chief inspector<br />

assessments southern Darren<br />

Handforth said it may be able to<br />

take action under the Health and<br />

Safety at Work Act 2015, “as a<br />

person conducting a business or<br />

undertaking.”<br />

Mr Handforth said WorkSafe<br />

is aware of the concerns raised by<br />

Cr East about the car park.<br />

“WorkSafe has completed<br />

an assessment visit to the site<br />

and is engaging with the owner<br />

to advise them that it is their<br />

responsibility to manage their<br />

risks appropriately.”<br />

Different parts of the car park<br />

are owned by various people<br />

and the Coastal-Burwood<br />

Community Board recently<br />

wrote to them about its concerns<br />

around health and safety.<br />

Cr East said the biggest issue<br />

in the past has been getting in<br />

touch with the landlords and<br />

owners and getting them to<br />

HAZARD: Coastal-Burwood Ward city councillor David East wants WorkSafe New Zealand to put pressure on the Hawke St car<br />

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One reply has been received so<br />

far from an owner who is willing<br />

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or senior citizens perhaps<br />

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from the editor’s desk<br />

WELL BLOW me over with a feather.<br />

Finally – after how many years – something<br />

might be done about the Hawke St<br />

car park in New Brighton (see page 1).<br />

City councillor David East has approached<br />

WorkSafe, which is now investigating to determine if<br />

the potholes are a danger.<br />

That should be a fairly quick investigation. The potholes are<br />

dangerous and an eyesore.<br />

Not so much a danger for a nimble fellow like myself but if<br />

you are elderly or disabled they are a worry.<br />

WorkSafe is contacting the various owners of the car parks<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2018</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Surf club plan waiting for approval<br />

• By Sophie Cornish<br />

THE NEW Brighton Surf Life<br />

Saving Club has decided to<br />

relocate closer to the pier when<br />

its new clubhouse is rebuilt.<br />

The relocation will not be confirmed<br />

until it is signed off by the<br />

city council, including building<br />

and resource consent.<br />

“We also still need a few other<br />

approvals from council, but we<br />

are in the process of meeting<br />

with parties to confirm exactly<br />

what we have to do,” said surf<br />

club chair Kelly Andrew.<br />

Miss Andrew said the potential<br />

new location, 115m south of<br />

the current clubhouse and 180m<br />

north of the pier will provide the<br />

best possible community engagement<br />

and interaction.<br />

“We are really enthusiastic<br />

about the New Brighton Regeneration<br />

Project, it is a positive<br />

step forward for the community<br />

and we are quite optimistic<br />

about what part we can play.”<br />

The club’s new location will be<br />

next to the proposed hot pools.<br />

The location will mean the surf<br />

club will have a 180deg view of<br />

swimmers, as most people swim<br />

directly in front of the car park,<br />

said Miss Andrews.<br />

However, the potential relocation<br />

hasn’t been received well by<br />

other organisations and surfers.<br />

New Brighton Club manager<br />

Glennys Le Breton did not want<br />

the surf club to relocate as she<br />

believes the new clubhouse may<br />

block the club’s view of <strong>Pegasus</strong><br />

Bay.<br />

However, new designs from<br />

the surf club show this will not<br />

be the case.<br />

Ms Le Breton still believes the<br />

club’s view will be impeded.<br />

“It sits roughly next to where<br />

the toilet block is currently . . .<br />

the pools complex will be where<br />

the toilets are now and the surf<br />

club will sit next to that, it will<br />

be right in front of our deck<br />

upstairs.”<br />

Previously, Ms Le Breton<br />

PLANS: A design<br />

supplied by the<br />

New Brighton Surf<br />

Life Saving Club of<br />

where it hopes the<br />

new clubhouse will<br />

be built. The current<br />

building (below) is<br />

to the far left of the<br />

diagram.<br />

said the club may take further<br />

action if the surf club decides to<br />

relocate, however, it did not want<br />

to comment on the matter when<br />

contacted by <strong>Pegasus</strong> <strong>Post</strong> last<br />

week.<br />

Some surfers were also opposed<br />

to the relocation, and say<br />

moving the club closer to the<br />

pier will create congestion between<br />

surfers and swimmers.<br />

“For most of the surfers, the<br />

best surfing area is that <strong>10</strong>0-<br />

200m by the pier,” said Learn to<br />

Surf owner Aaron Lock.<br />

Once the relocation is signed<br />

off, the land the club house is<br />

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city council.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2018</strong> 5<br />

News<br />

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Visit to grave of brother he never knew<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Burwood<br />

man will make<br />

emotional trip<br />

to Holland<br />

• By Bridget Rutherford<br />

KEVIN PIKE never met his<br />

eldest brother Trevor.<br />

Trevor was an wireless<br />

operator and gunner on a<br />

Stirling bomber shot down over<br />

Holland during World War 2, a<br />

year before Kevin was born.<br />

All seven on-board the plane,<br />

which was returning from a<br />

bombing run over Germany,<br />

were killed in the crash.<br />

This month, the 74-year-old<br />

from Burwood will place poppies<br />

at Trevor Pike’s grave and the site<br />

where he died in Holland.<br />

On Tuesday, Kevin Pike will<br />

travel to Amsterdam with his<br />

son Steven, daughter-in-law Jane,<br />

and grandson Thomas.<br />

Then they will make their way<br />

to Ingen, where his brother’s<br />

Stirling bomber was shot out of<br />

the sky on October 15, 1942.<br />

The aircraft circled before<br />

crashing into a paddock near the<br />

farming village, killing all seven<br />

crew.<br />

Trevor Pike, a Royal New<br />

Zealand Air Force wireless<br />

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shot the aircraft down. He<br />

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bombers.<br />

The youngest of 11 children,<br />

Kevin Pike was born the year<br />

after his 22-year-old brother<br />

died.<br />

But he grew up surrounded by<br />

his memory.<br />

“Trevor was a quiet man.<br />

Mum said he was a good boy. He<br />

POIGNANT: Kevin Pike will travel to Ingen, Holland, this month to visit the grave of his brother<br />

Trevor, who was killed during World War 2.<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

loved climbing, he climbed with<br />

Harry Ayers who was a friend of<br />

Sir Edmund Hillary. He used to<br />

work in Franz Josef. He was just<br />

a normal boy.”<br />

He had enlisted in the Royal<br />

New Zealand Air Force in<br />

<strong>April</strong> 13, 1941, before leaving to<br />

Canada in May to continue his<br />

air training.<br />

Kevin Pike will go to the farm<br />

to visit the crash site, which has<br />

BRAVE: Trevor Pike (fourth from left) with during World War 2.<br />

He was later killed when his plane crashed flying with another<br />

crew over Holland.<br />

a plaque commemorating the<br />

three New Zealanders, three<br />

British and Canadian men who<br />

died.<br />

They would place poppies<br />

there.<br />

Then they would go to<br />

Amersfoort Cemetery where<br />

the crew were buried. Kevin<br />

Pike said they would place<br />

poppies on Trevor’s grave,<br />

along with a photo of their late<br />

parents.<br />

He said the visit would be<br />

“very emotional.”<br />

The trip has been eight years in<br />

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Kevin Pike said in 20<strong>10</strong><br />

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family.’<br />

It was a letter from Richard<br />

van de Velde, a Dutch history<br />

teacher who was researching all<br />

the war victims killed near his<br />

home in Buesichem.<br />

Kevin Pike said after eight<br />

years, he was finally going to<br />

meet Mr van de Velde, who<br />

would take them to the crash site<br />

and the cemetery.<br />

After the visit they would<br />

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New Zealand soldiers captured<br />

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He said it would be the first<br />

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Tuesday <strong>April</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2018</strong> 7<br />

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LOW RISK: Plans to install a flood wall in South New Brighton<br />

and Southshore may be deferred after a new report found the<br />

risk of nearby properties flooding is lower than first thought.<br />

Low flood risk report<br />

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A NEW report which found the<br />

flood risk in South New Brighton<br />

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City council staff will present<br />

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The report proposes city council<br />

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• By Sophie Cornish and Julia<br />

Evans<br />

THE PAPANUI-Innes<br />

Community Board has taken the<br />

rare step of starting a petition<br />

to fight the city council over<br />

funding.<br />

Signatures are being collected<br />

in a bid to get funding for a community<br />

facility<br />

in Shirley.<br />

It comes after<br />

the city council<br />

removed funding<br />

for the centre<br />

planned for<br />

Shirley Rd, near<br />

the intersection<br />

with Hills Rd.<br />

This was the site<br />

of the former community centre,<br />

which was badly damaged in the<br />

February 22, 2011, earthquake.<br />

The removal of funding<br />

prompted community board<br />

chairwoman Ali Jones to threaten<br />

to stand down, citing it as her<br />

“die in the ditch” project.<br />

Ms Jones said the board’s role<br />

is to represent the community,<br />

and by gathering signatures<br />

from residents, it was fulfilling<br />

that role.<br />

“One of the roles of a community<br />

board is to represent and act<br />

as advocate for the interests of its<br />

community and this is what we<br />

are doing. The LTP and annual<br />

plans are all about lobbying the<br />

council.”<br />

Innes Ward city councillor<br />

Pauline Cotter said she was fully<br />

behind the board and its petition.<br />

“We’ve got a really proactive<br />

board that goes out to the community<br />

. . . and gets people talking,<br />

asks them what they want<br />

to see in their neighbourhoods,”<br />

she said.<br />

Ms Jones said some residents<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Board launches petition to<br />

get new community facility<br />

Ali Jones<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

FUNDING WANTED: A petition has been started by the<br />

Papanui-Innes Community Board to get funding for a new<br />

facility at the former Shirley Community Centre site.<br />

had offered to go door-knocking.<br />

Shirley resident Jennifer<br />

Dalziel is collecting signatures.<br />

She said if funding isn’t included<br />

now, people will have forgotten<br />

about it in <strong>10</strong> years time.<br />

“We are being made to feel like<br />

we should just give up,” she said.<br />

The petition has about <strong>10</strong>0<br />

signatures so far. Ms Jones said<br />

the funding doesn’t have to<br />

specifically go towards a new<br />

community centre building, just<br />

something the community can<br />

use, such as a fruit forest, community<br />

barbecue, garden or an<br />

all access playground.


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LEADER: Tom Christie in action during his time at Shirley Boys’<br />

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FORMER SHIRLEY Boys’ High<br />

School first XV captain Tom<br />

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“To be given a leadership role is<br />

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Canterbury players Ngane<br />

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New Zealand will play Tonga,<br />

Fiji and Australia. The team will<br />

be looking to claim their fifth<br />

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Kerrs Reach canoe club marks 50 years<br />

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NEW ZEALAND’S largest canoe<br />

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The Arawa Canoe Club became<br />

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A recent anniversary celebration<br />

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ANNIVERSARY: Members<br />

Clyde Cook (left), Brett Leask<br />

and Malcolm Yorston helped<br />

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New Zealand chief executive and<br />

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Ashley, and nine-time Coast-to-<br />

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member, Steve Gurney.<br />

“Both spoke about their personal<br />

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WITH MARY IN FAITH<br />

TĀTOU KO MERE E WHAKAPONO ANA<br />

FROM THE BOARD<br />

History shows the heart of our school<br />

remains strong and true through<br />

change. Marian College was established<br />

in 1982 with the bringing together<br />

of two Catholic secondary schools<br />

for girls– McKillop College and St<br />

Mary’s College – the latter being one<br />

of the oldest schools in Canterbury,<br />

established in 1893.<br />

The gospel values that Marian College<br />

was built on continue through to today,<br />

along with the guidance and steady<br />

support of the Catholic Diocese of<br />

Christchurch.<br />

The appointment of our new Bishop and<br />

his intention to make Marian College a<br />

priority – signals the next new phase for<br />

our school.<br />

Our community is rich in experience,<br />

knowledge, faith and diversity and<br />

we value every contribution. The<br />

Marian College Board extends an open<br />

invitation to everyone who is part of<br />

Marian College’s history - and future -<br />

to connect with us. This includes past<br />

and present students, immediate and<br />

extended family, and next generations -<br />

the young women who will lead us into<br />

the future.<br />

There will be opportunities to be<br />

involved, and to have a say on what our<br />

new school will look like.<br />

By clicking the ‘following’ tab on the<br />

Marian College Facebook page you<br />

can select ‘see first’ in your newsfeed,<br />

to ensure you receive the latest Marian<br />

College news first.<br />

Join us on our journey.<br />

Jan Paterson<br />

Marian College Board of Trustees Chair<br />

MODEL UN<br />

Unlike any other high school event,<br />

the Canterbury Model UN <strong>2018</strong> brings<br />

together 200 students for two days of<br />

debate and discussion on issues affecting<br />

society today.<br />

Seven Year 13 Marian College students<br />

participated recently – pictured from back<br />

left: Katie Ryan, Jodie Worthington, Kitty<br />

Aloysius, Izzy Bloxham (Head Girl),<br />

Louise Daly, Rose Heslop-Brown (front)<br />

and Bernie Simpson.<br />

Jodie said she found the experience<br />

extremely valuable. “Each of us was<br />

assigned a country and spent two days<br />

debating global issues, problem solving,<br />

meeting 200 other students and having<br />

heaps of fun,” Jodie said.<br />

Canterbury Model UN <strong>2018</strong><br />

Marian College participants.<br />

PASIFIKA<br />

CELEBRATED<br />

Marian College supported its largest<br />

ever performing Pasifika Group<br />

at the sPacPac Polyfest <strong>2018</strong><br />

Festival held in Burwood recently.<br />

The Marian College Pasifika Group<br />

also had the most students from<br />

any one school on stage – 43<br />

students performed – and had<br />

the honour of closing the annual<br />

festival.<br />

The students performed traditional<br />

Samoan items with their own twist<br />

of Marian Magic. Many hours of<br />

practice led to stunning<br />

performances at Polyfest, the<br />

Marian College Fia Fia night and<br />

school assembly.<br />

Marian College Pasifika Group<br />

performance leader Alana Tuipulotu in<br />

action at Polyfest <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

The Marian College Canterbury Under 14 winning relay team from left:<br />

Beautienna Gamble, Lily Robertson, Maia Columbus and Manea-Faith Waaka.<br />

ATHLETICS GOLD<br />

Red and blue sparkled with gold at<br />

the New Zealand Secondary Schools<br />

Athletics Association, South Island<br />

Secondary School Championships<br />

held in Timaru this term. The Marian<br />

College Under 14 relay team took out<br />

the Canterbury and South Island title<br />

and Year 9 student Beautienna Gamble<br />

secured the Under 14 discus title. Track<br />

and field athletes Louise Daly, Kate<br />

Taylor, Manea-Faith Waaka (Ngāti<br />

Raukawa) and Chantal MacDonald also<br />

gained top three placings in their events.<br />

Congratulations team!<br />

Marian College triathletes from back<br />

left: Chantal MacDonald, Louise Daly,<br />

Madison van der Plas, Tessa Foraker and<br />

Kaylee Jackson. Front: Kristen Laing<br />

(left) and Lucianna Jackson.<br />

TRIATHLON FIRST<br />

A Marian College triathlon team<br />

achieved first place in the Under 19<br />

Female Team event at Scarborough<br />

Beach this term. Congratulations<br />

to Kristen Laing, Lucy Jackson and<br />

Chantal MacDonald (Team 1) on this<br />

fantastic result. Team 2 – Kaylee<br />

Jackson, Maddie van der Plas and Tess<br />

Foraker –was placed fourth in the same<br />

category. Louise Daly also secured<br />

fourth place in the Under 19 individual<br />

event. The course comprised a 350<br />

metre swim, nine kilometre bike and<br />

three kilometre run.<br />

IN THE COMMUNITY<br />

Marian College has a long standing mission<br />

to encourage young women to fulfil their<br />

potential and contribute to the common<br />

good of society.<br />

Lions Clubs also place value on service<br />

and have a long history of contributing to<br />

communities all over the world.<br />

Recently Deputy Head student Rachael<br />

Nilsson was one of several young people<br />

invited to speak at the Lions District 202E<br />

convention, on young people’s views of<br />

community service and how traditional<br />

Lions Clubs can involve more young<br />

people.<br />

The Marian College choir also had the<br />

honour of singing at the convention’s<br />

rededication and remembrance service.<br />

From left, Student Volunteer Army<br />

representative Tim Greene, Lions Past<br />

International President Al Brandel,<br />

Marian College Deputy Head<br />

Girl Rachael Nilsson and Lions<br />

Leo representative Saskia<br />

Lane. Photo: Donald Lamont.<br />

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HEALTH & AWARENESS<br />

Hip pain: Do I have arthritis or<br />

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Hip muscle that causes hip pain<br />

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