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• By Sophie Cornish

THREE RESIDENTS’ associations

have joined forces to fight for a new

community facility in Burwood.

The Dallington, Burwood and

Avondale residents’ associations

have targeted the old Burwood

School site on New Brighton Rd for

the project.

They are backing calls from

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Linda Stewart who

announced in the Pegasus Post this

month that she would like to see the

site used for a community facility.

The Dallington Residents’ Association’s

new chairwoman, Bebe

Frayle, said the need for a facility is

“really important.”

“We have been trying to hold public

meetings, but there is nowhere to

meet. We don’t have a meeting place

where we know we can go there and

say ‘that’s our community space’.”

The Coastal-Burwood Community

Board has been given $15,000

to complete a feasibility study to

look into a jointly-used community

hub.

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THERE’S STRENGTH in numbers so it’s

good to see three residents’ associations

joining to fight a common battle.

The Dallington, Burwood and Avondale

Residents’ Associations want a new community

facility which will serve all of their

areas (see page 1).

The old Burwood School site on New Brighton Rd is in their sights.

The three areas were among the worst hit in the February 22,

2011, quake.

Residents’ associations are good starting points for careers

in local politics and this combined effort for a community hub

might just see some key people emerge.

And good on the Coastal-Burwood Community Board which

has given the residents’ associations $15,000 to complete a feasibility

study to look into a jointly-used community hub.

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Wrecked footbridge for display

• By Sophie Cornish

PART OF a wrecked bridge over

the Avon River will be kept to

remind people of the destructive

power of earthquakes.

The Medway St bridge in Richmond

was removed by the city

council in 2013 after becoming

twisted following the September

4, 2010 earthquake.

Avon-Otakaro

Network

is behind the

idea. Spokesman

Evan

Smith said city

council has

given consent

Evan Smith

for the project,

which will

begin in the next few weeks.

It will be located alongside

the new Avon River trail on the

Avonside side of the river, just

north of the bridge’s original

location. The structure was cut

into three for transporting when

removed.

The project will only be

temporary. It will eventually be

completely restored.

Last year part of the bridge

was used in a mini golf course,

as part of a project by Gap Filler

and Serious Fun Partnership,

on the corner of Madras and

Armagh Sts.

Richmond residents said the use

MOCK UP: A transitional

project which will see one

part of the twisted Medway

St footbridge put on display

near its original location is

close to being installed, the

image (above) shows where it

will be located.

of the bridge was “disrespectful.”

A grant from city council will

drive the new project, which will

see a viewing platform installed

diagonally opposite the structure

and signage displaying the significance

of the bridge.

The site is used as a place of remembrance,

including the ‘River

of Flowers’ memorial event being

held annually on February 22.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

BIG PLANS FOR RAWHITI

The Eastern Community Sports

and Recreation group has

submitted an application to the

city council to lease sections of

Rawhiti Domain. The lease would

be for the four existing tennis

courts and tennis club building,

the sand volleyball court and an

area south of the court. The group

wants to install a multi-sport

surface, fencing around three

tennis courts, and construct an

open-sided canopy building,

with additional lighting over the

courts. It also plans to upgrade

and fence and the volleyball

court, as well as install a radiocontrolled

car track. Consultation

is now open for the public to have

a say on the matter.

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and Burwood and Dallington

residents’ associations will attend

the opening at Burwood Park.

The gym is next to the playground

on Cresswell Ave. The equipment

was sponsored by the Dallington

Cottage Community Trust with

support from the community

board. It includes a cross-trainer,

cycle and shoulder wheel and

traditional fitness items. The

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Young surfer hungry for more

Haeata Community

Campus student Estella

Hungerford won the

under-16 girls division

in the Emerson’s

South Island surfing

championship in Dunedin

over Easter, hopefully

cementing her chances

of being selected for the

New Zealand team to

travel to the International

Surfing Association world

junior championships.

Sarla Donovan catches up

with the teenager

You must be feeling good

coming off a couple of

divisional wins in Dunedin and

at the recent Duke Festival of

Surfing – what does it mean for

you going forward?

I do have a good placing

at the moment in the overall

New Zealand rankings. I just

moved into second after this

last win, which is good going

into when they choose the ISA

team. Each country takes I

think two girls and four boys

for each age division, and they

compete with every other

surfing nation in the world. It’s

at national representative level

which I’ve never done before. My

friend Tegan did and she said

it was amazing going to see the

different cultures and different

places. It’s in Tokyo this year. I

think I find out near the end of

May (if I’m in the team.)

Can you remember your first

time on a surfboard?

Not really, I think I was quite

young. I didn’t really get into it

until I was about 11 and then I

really enjoyed it. I did my first

competition that summer, the

women’s Canterbury champs,

and I got third and was pretty

stoked and that kind of kicked

everything off. Competitions are

great; you get to meet so many

cool people and it’s a good way to

improve your surfing and go to

lots of new places.

SUCCESS: Estella Hungerford currently ranks second in New Zealand’s under-16 surfing division.

It’s not something you took to

straight away, so what is it you

like about surfing?

My dad and step mum (Stoked

Surf School owner Donna

Henderson) taught all their six

kids at the same time so it was a

real family thing which I really

enjoy, it’s a good way to spend

time with them. That’s probably

a lot bigger than my competition

drive, getting to spend time with

them each weekend in the water.

All the kids can surf. I’m the

oldest, then the youngest is eight,

then there’s two 10-year-olds and

then the two girls are 13 and 12.

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Two of them – the middle child

from each family – aren’t that

into it but they still come out all

the time.

Are you competitive among

yourselves?

Ava, who is 12, pushes me a lot;

she’s pretty hardcore and I love

surfing with her, she’s hilarious,

and she pushes me. There’s a

bit of friendly competition but

nothing too serious.

So you’ve carried on

competing since that first one?

My dad was really good; he

took me all over the South Island

first and then we ventured up

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competitions. It’s different up

there, all the girls generally

come from really strong surfing

backgrounds and have been

surfing since they were quite

young. The waves are a lot

warmer and there’s some pretty

amazing breaks. Not that there’s

none down here, but it’s a pretty

high level of competition.

How good is it being able to

compete with your step mum

and sister?

It’s definitely good to have

their support. Mainly me and

Ava at the moment, but the

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younger kids will eventually

get into it. Dad and Donna just

bought a campervan so that we

don’t spend as much money on

accommodation and flights.

We’re away a lot of the time so

it’s getting a lot of use. It does

get quite messy at times. But it’s

pretty good.

What’s your proudest

achievement so far?

I was pretty stoked to get my

first national level win this year

at Whangamata and then backed

it up with two others, which was

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Fire rages, homes at risk

success on the water

How much time do you spend

on the water each week?

I try to get out at least once

a day. I used to surf every day

before school but it’s quite dark

at the moment and getting a bit

cold so I usually go once after

school and try to get two surfs

in on Saturdays and Sundays.

I’ve been trying to go out in all

conditions lately because, at

competitions, quite often the

waves are really bad so you’ve got

to get used to surfing in all types.

Surfing has been dominated

by men for a long time but that

seems to be changing – why

do you think more girls and

women are getting into it?

Maybe the female role models

have just improved so much

lately like (pro-surfers) Stephanie

Gilmore and Carissa Moore

kind of leading the way on

the women’s ASP world tour. I

reckon it’s a lot easier now than

it used to be for girls. Donna is a

big advocate for women’s surfing

which is good, she pushes that

a lot, especially in the South

Island.

How is it different competing

as a women – are the

competitions organised any

differently?

Not really – there’s generally

not as many women, but at the

Duke Festival in the longboard

division there were more entries

than the men’s so they decided

to make the prize money equal

which was really cool. They do

have a lot of men’s divisions

and I do know that quite a few

of the girls were annoyed that

there wasn’t an open women’s

longboard or women’s SUP

(stand-up paddleboard) at the

South Island’s this year. Someone

I know went in the men’s SUP

as ‘Luke’ instead of Lucy so

she could complete which was

really cool, we all supported her.

She didn’t get through but she

definitely had fun.

Is it your goal to be a prosurfer?

I’m not sure. I don’t think so,

but I’ll see what happens. I might

try and do a couple of overseas

competitions and see how I do. I

want to go to university, but I’m

not sure what I want to study.

But I reckon Ava will probably

go pretty far because she’s a lot

younger than me and is at a

much higher level than I was at

her age. It would be cool to see

her go professional.

I’ve heard people describe

surfing as a lifestyle rather than

a sport. What is it for you?

It’s definitely a bit of a lifestyle,

you’re chasing waves a lot trying

to find the best swell. I think it

only really becomes a sport when

you do it competitively and the

rest of the time it’s generally a

lifestyle.

Do people have preconceptions

about you because

you surf?

If I’m paddling out and there’s

a lot of males in the line-up, I’ll

try to get a really good first wave

so that they don’t drop in on me

thinking I’m just a girl who can’t

surf. But my friends at school

don’t really know what it means

so I kind of try to educate them –

it doesn’t always work.

Can you describe what it feels

like to ride a wave?

Well, on a really big wave, you

get a big rush of adrenaline. It’s

an amazing feeling and then, if

you do a really good turn, you’ll

definitely feel awesome; like if

I do a really amazing turn off

and then jump off the wave,

I’ve got a massive smile on my

face because it feels amazing.

But I don’t really know how to

describe it.

Do you have any tips for

beginners?

Get out there as much as you

can. It’s definitely important

to ride the right board. A lot of

people jump on a really small

board because they see the pros

riding it but you definitely try

and start on a really big board.

A soft-top is really good

because it doesn’t hurt. And it’s

helpful to surf with someone

PASSION: Estella Hungerford

on her way to victory at the

South Island champs in St

Clair, Dunedin.

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who’s better than you to improve.

That’s why I like surfing with the

guys out in the water because

they push me a lot.

What’s your favourite place

to surf?

On the West Coast at Fox

River there’s this amazing lefthand

point break, but after the

big storms they’ve had there it’s

not that great at the moment, so

we’re hoping for another storm

to push the banks back up and

make it good again.

If you’re not out surfing,

where would we find you?

That’s a hard question. I just

read a lot, I don’t really do

a lot other than surfing. I’ll

generally just be with my family

somewhere. I go to school at

Haeata Community Campus.

I was at Aranui High School

before it changed to Haeata and

I found it hard to get used to at

first but I really like it now. I can

work at my own level and don’t

have to be held back by annoying

people in my class. And there’s a

lot of one-on-one learning which

suits my style.

What are your favourite

subjects at school?

We don’t really have subjects

but I do enjoy science. And

maths because it challenges me.

Career-wise I don’t know. I want

to go to Otago to study because

they’ve got really good waves

down there, but I don’t know

what I want to study yet.

If you weren’t a surfer, what

would you be?

Probably doing some other

sport like netball or rugby,

something like that, maybe

cricket. Surfing takes up most of

my time, but I do enjoy it so I’m

not missing out.

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Anzac Day

services

Anzac Day services will

be held around the area

tomorrow. Here is a guide

to when and where they

will be happening

•St Ambrose Church, Aranui,

ceremony starts at 11am.

•Burwood community

Anzac service, Burwood War

Memorial, on the corner of Lake

Tce and New Brighton Rd, starts

at 11am.

•New Brighton RSA service,

New Brighton War Memorial, 88

Marine Pde, starts at 10am.

• By Sophie Cornish

SOUTH AUCKLAND music

producer Anonymouz has

made a big impact with Haeata

Community Campus students.

The well-known producer

visited the

students

as part of a

music mentor

programme.

The father-ofthree,

Matthew

Faiumu, aka

Anonymouz,

gave a crash

course in writing

hooks, producing, arranging

and recording music.

He describes himself as a

composer, sound designer,

teaching artist and visual

storyteller.

“Anonymouz shared his

experience of now making a

living as a professional creative,

writing jingles for TV and

radio stations, sound tracks

for short films, beats for urban

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Music mentor visits Haeata students

Matthew

Faiumu

•From page 1

The money has come from

the city council’s community

resilience partnership fund.

Coastal-Burwood Ward city

councillor Glenn Livingstone

said combining and producing

one facility for all three areas

made it a strong candidate for

the funding.

He said the feasibility study

LEARNING: Haeata Community Campus students Charlytte

Dow and Stormy Wilson working with music producer

Matthew Faiumu, aka Anonymouz.

will look at the communities’

wants and needs, what

land is available, what

process that land is

currently in and its

condition.

Mrs Frayle said the

school site is the main

location being looked

at.

“It’s in the perfect

position. It sits between the edge

of all three areas,” she said.

A Ministry of

Education spokeswoman

said the school site has

been declared surplus

to education requirements.

The ministry has

passed it over to Land

Information New Zealand

for disposal.

Fire rages, homes at risk

artists, producing music for

the Royal New Zealand Ballet

and travelling for professional

contracts,” said Haeata

performing arts co-ordinator

Seta Timo.

Faiumu has taught workshops

and produced music for

New Zealand and overseas

organisations in Australia,

Samoa and the United States.

He is also music director for

the Auckland Philharmonia

Orchestra International Music

Council and the UNESCO

award-winning hip-hop and

classic music programme, APO

Remix.

“He was the perfect

inspiration for our young

students to see a viable pathway

in pursuing the arts,” said Mr

Timo.

Residents want facility at old school site

Bebe Frayle

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Mrs Frayle said the ideal

community hub would be a

“multi-functional space with

smaller and larger meeting

rooms.”

Burwood School was closed

following the earthquakes in

2013.

It was combined with

Windsor School to form

Waitakiri Primary School.

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From canoeing at Kerrs Reach

to representing NZ in Bulgaria

• By Sophie Cornish

PARKLANDS’ PIETA Luthi

will be the youngest member

of the New Zealand team at a

world championship canoeing

event in July.

The 16-year-old will compete

in the International Canoe

Federation canoe sprint

junior and under-23 world

championships in Bulgaria.

Pieta will join the New

Zealand under-18 team and

travel to

Europe for

the event.

In spite of

only being

involved

with canoe

racing

for three

seasons,

Pieta Luthi

this will

be Pieta’s

second time

representing New Zealand,

In February, she represented

her country at the canoe sprint

Oceania championships and

Grand Prix 2 in Sydney.

Her success continued later

that month when she competed

at the NZCT New Zealand

canoe sprint championships

on Lake Karapiro, Cambridge,

and took home 10 medals. Pieta

said it was her most successful

regatta to date, winning medals

for both individual and crew

events in two separate age

groups – under-16 and under-18.

She raced under her club colours

for the Arawa Canoe Club,

which trains at Kerrs Reach.

It will be Pieta’s first time

SPORTS

IN ACTION: Pieta Luthi will travel to Bulgaria in July as the

youngest athlete in the New Zealand under-18 canoeing

team.

travelling to Bulgaria and she is

excited to have family travelling

from Switzerland to support her.

“I’m a little bit nervous, I’m

not really too sure what to

expect . . . it will be cool to be on

a bigger world stage,” she said.

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The one-day competition, held

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was organised by Primary Sports

Canterbury and Canterbury

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by 5pm each Friday

Rummikub Club

Tuesday, 10am-noon

Go along and join in on a

game of rummikub, a tile-based

game for two to four players

which combines elements of

the card game rummy and

mah-jong. There is no charge to

participate.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Meditation and Buddhism

Class

Tuesday, 6-7.15pm

Each class consists of a guided

meditation and a talk based on

Buddhist wisdom. The classes

are suitable for everyone and you

can join in any week, booking

is not required. The classes are

taken by Buddhist teacher Kate

Faulkner and run for 90min.

Donation on entry.

Central New Brighton School,

Seaview Rd

Ascot Petanque Club

Tuesday and Friday, 9.30-

11.30am

A friendly social club willing

to teach beginners the great

game of petanque. Boules can be

supplied. Go along and learn the

easy game.

Ascot Community Centre, 12

Ascot Ave, North Beach

Ascot be fit exercise classes

for ages 50 plus

Wednesday, 1-2pm, Thursday,

9.30am

Times may change to just

Thursdays at a later date. Cost

is $4 and cup tea to follow. All

inquires welcome – phone Margaret

on 383 2665 or 383 2337.

Ascot Community Centre, 12

Ascot Ave

Anzac Day

Wednesday, 1-4pm

An Anzac Day reflection will

be led by Rodney Routledge.

A cup of tea will follow. All

welcome.

Linwood Community Arts

Centre, 388 Worcester St

Boys’ Brigade in Shirley

Thursday, 6.30-8pm

The boys enjoy a wide range

of action, fun, games, life skills,

leadership and competition – all

the stuff they are really into and

need to become true Kiwi icons

and responsible leaders. The

creative weekly programme is

both skills and values based. For

more information, contact Chris

on 385 6446.

106 Emmett St, Shirley

Ascot Scrabble Group

Friday, 12.45pm

The Linwood Library will host a session called Just Five Minutes More on Friday, where a

childcare expert will talk for 5min about their area of expertise. This week’s speaker is a

sleep consultant. It is free of charge to attend and starts at 11.30am

Challenge your word

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afternoon tea.

Ascot Community Centre,

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Shirley International

Playgroup

Friday, 9.30-11.30am

For mums and under-fiveyear-olds

from refugee and

migrant backgrounds. We

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language class. Cost is $2 a

session or $10 a term.

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Barrier-Free Computing

Saturday, 10am-noon

This service is provided by

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assistance with using computers

for people experiencing a

disability in a friendly and supportive

setting. The tutors will

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well as provide assistance with

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There is also the opportunity

for socialising with others with

similar interests. Free of charge,

standard library printing and

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Marine Pde

Golden Oldies Movies

Monday, 1.30pm

Every Monday the New

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Son Ride Again by Wilfrid Brambell

and Harry H Corbett (1973).

The theme is drama and comedy.

Running time: 1hr 39min.

8 Hardy St

Eastside Gallery Exhibition

Monday-Friday, 11am-4pm,

Saturday, noon-3pm

Eastside Gallery presents

Art is everything and nothing –

Eastern Quirks. German-born

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Confidence

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Dawn, from Pukekohe in Auckland,

couldn’t be more pleased with her new

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her considerable confidence.

“When we started the process, Richard

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LEST WE FORGET

ANZAC DAY

APRIL 25, 2018

SERvIcE INFORmaTION FOR cHRISTcHURcH:

Dawn service:

6.30am – Cranmer Square (the

parade starts at 6.15am)

Organised by the Canterbury Branch

of the Malaya Veterans Association

in conjunction with the Christchurch

Branch of the Royal New Zealand

Returned and Services Association

(RSA) and Christchurch City Council.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel will lay a wreath on

behalf of the citizens of Christchurch.

Christchurch Citizens’

Service:

Transitional Cathedral, Latimer

Square – 10am

Organised by Christchurch City Council

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Cathedral and the RSA.

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Akaroa RSA Service, War Memorial (Area School gymnasium

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19th Battalion and Armoured Regiment Service,

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20th Battalion Assn, Jane Deans Close, Riccarton ...............9am

Aranui, St Ambrose Church ............................................................. 11am

Burwood Community ANZAC Service, Burwood Monument,

corner of Lake Terrace and New Brighton Road .................. 11am

Cheviot RSA Service, meet at the War Memorial Cenotaph .....

10.30am

Cust RSA Service, Community Centre ......................................10am

Darfield RSA Service, meet at Trinity Church ...................8.45am

Dunsandel, War Memorial ...........................................................8.30am

Ellesmere RSA Service, Leeston Rugby Football Stadium .........

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Fendalton, St Barnabas Church ....................................................10am Springston, meet at Springston School .............................10.20am

Halswell Domain, War Memorial .....................................................9am Sumner, meet at Stoke Street and Esplanade ............... 10.40am

Harewood, Harewood School Cenotaph .................................... 7am Tai Tapu, War Memorial ......................................................................9am

Heathcote, corner Martindales and Bridle Path Roads . 6.15am Templeton, RSA War Memorial ...................................................... 11am

Hei Hei, War Memorial ..........................................................................9am University of Canterbury, Matiriki Quad ....................................10am

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Kaiapoi RSA Service, Trouselot Park ..........................................10am

Lincoln, Event Centre ...........................................................................2pm

Little River, Community Hall.......................................................9.30am

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Streets ...................................................................................................9.45am

New Brighton RSA Service, War Memorial Cenotaph ......10am

Papanui, RSA Clubrooms .................................................................10am

Prebbleton, War Memorial .................................................................9am

Rakaia, The Mead Memorial Gates .................................................9am

Rakaia, Memorial Community Centre .................................10.30am

Rangiora, RSA War Memorial Cenotaph ..............................11.15am

Riccarton, Upper Riccarton War Memorial Library ........6.30am

Rolleston, New Community Hall .................................................... 11am

Sheffield, War Memorial ......................................................................8am

Wigram, Air Force Museum ........................................................12noon

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PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132

What’s On

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

MEMBERS LUCKY

CARD DRAW

LIVE MUSIC

WEDNESDAY ANZAC DAY

3PM-7PM

UNFINISHED

BUSINESS

UPSTAIRS

Dine by the Beach

PIERVIEW

RESTAURANT

Open from 5.30pm Friday, Saturday

and Sunday, and for Sunday Brunch

from 10.30am to 2pm.

BUFFET LUNCH

MONTH-END

SUNDAY NIGHT

BUFFET $25pp

Sunday 29th APRIL,

from 5.30pm

BOOK NOW!

SUNDAY 13th MAY

from 11.30am

Bookings essential on 388 9416.

$25 PP

Due to Mother’s Day, the restaurant will not be open for our

regular Sunday Brunch, and will be open for normal a la carte

dinner on Sunday night.

CLUBBISTRO

DOWNSTAIRS

Open Tuesday to Saturday

12pm - 2pm & from 5pm.

202 Marine Pde | Ph 388 9416 | www.newbrightonclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

FAMILY FRIENDLY DINING

Club CAFE

OPEN DAILY

LUNCH & DINNER

GF & V options available

Chalmers Restaurant

CARVERY DINNER $22.50

EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROM 5.30PM

Early Bird Special

5.30pm - 6.30PM

FREE

DESSERT

Family Friendly

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET $27

EVERY SUNDAY FROM 5PM-8PM

PERFECT FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS & FAMILY EVENTS!

PLAYING

THIS WEEKEND

FRIDAY 8PM

MADSEN PROMOTIONS

NEIL DIAMOND +

SUPERSTAR SHOW

TICKETS $20

SATURDAY

4.30PM: IAN MAC

8PM: THE C-BAY BAND

SUNDAY

2PM: DOWNSTAIRS

CARTER FAMILY

SINGING FOR

SURGERY

FUNDRAISER

$10 entry

2PM: UPSTAIRS

NEVILLE WILKINS

& THE VISCOUNTS

$7 entry

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

HORNBY WORKING MENS CLUB

CARMEN RD, PH 03 349 9026

SATURDAY 12th MAY 2018, 7:30PM

PRE-SALE TICKETS $20. DOOR SALES $25

Members, guests & afliate members welcome


16 Tuesday April 24 2018

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

PEGASUS POST

302 Travis Road,

North New Brighton,

Christchurch

Phone: 03 388 5187

QEII Collision Repairs

SPRAY PAINTER &

PANEL BEATER REQUIRED

Minimum of 5 years trade qualified and must not be out of

trade longer that 1 year. Any I-Car course certificates is a

bonus. You will need to be reliable, self motivated and have the

ability to produce consistent quality repairs in a timely manner.

Possessing a positive attitude and the desire to work well

within a team environment would be winning qualities.

As a spray painter you must have worked with

Waterborne Paint System with a minimum of 1 year.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a

valid NZ work visa. In special circumstances we may consider

helping with the application process to obtain working visa.

T&C apply.

Please email your Curriculum Vitae and application with

3 contactable referees to: qe2collisionrepairs@outlook.com

HIRING NOW

Mechanic

Wanted

REWARD

OFFERED

• Full Mechanical Repairs

• Full Auto Electrical Repairs

• Tyres • W.O.F.

• Wheel Alignments

91 Beach Road, North Beach, Christchurch. Phone: 03 383 2870.

Email: accountsbeachroad@xtra.co.nz

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