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Unsafe speed limit may change

• By Julia Evans

PART OF busy Main North

Rd could have its speed limit

dropped to deal with conflicting

and unsafe speeds.

A city council investigation

in February found the section

of Main North Rd between QE

II Drive and Cranford St does

not comply with New Zealand

Transport Agency safety standard

guidelines.

“The safe and appropriate

speed under the new NZTA

speed management framework

for this section of Main North

Rd is 50km/h,” city council head

of transport Richard Osborne

said. The investigation was

prompted after NZTA told the

city council the speed limits at

the intersection of Main North

Rd, Northcote Rd and QE II

Drive were conflicting.

“The speed limit of the Main

North Rd, Northcote Rd and

QE II Drive intersection is not

clear. The speed limit of Northcote

Rd and a short section of

QE II Drive is 50km/h, but Main

North Rd has a 60km/h speed

limit,” Mr Osborne said.

He said this has made it

difficult to signpost the speed

limit correctly. The city council

is proposing to move the 50km/h

to 60km/h change point on Main

North Rd from south of Cranford

St to north of QE II Drive,

near St Bede’s College.

That would mean it would

comply with the safe and appropriate

speed management, Mr

Osborne said. “It also means that

the Main North Rd, QE II Drive,

Northcote Rd intersection will

have the same 50km/h

speed limit on all approaches,”

he said.

A city council report said a

reduced speed limit is “more

appropriate” given the heavy

volume of traffic and the built up

nature of the environment with

residential homes, businesses,

and a school frontage outside

St Bede’s. Mr Osborne said the

intersection is part of the NZTA’s

State Highway 74.

“This issue is unrelated to the

Northern Corridor,” he said.

•The public can submit on

the proposal at ccc.govt.nz/

the-council/consultations-andsubmissions/haveyoursay/

show/145

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think

the limit on Main North Rd

should be dropped to 50km/h

north of QE II Drive? Do you find

UNCLEAR: Part of Main

North Rd could have

its speed limit dropped

to 50km/h at the

intersection of

QE II Drive and

Northcote Rd (below)

to meet NZTA safety

standards after it was

found the intersection’s

speed limit was unclear.

PHOTOS: MARTIN

HUNTER

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CONSULTATION IS about to start which

could see the 60km/h speed limit on part

of Main North Rd fall into line with New

Zealand Transport Agency safety standard

guidelines (see page 1).

That will mean 50km/h between QE II

Drive and Cranford St.

That’s not a bad idea. There are schools in the area and the

stretch of Main North Rd from Cranford to Papanui Rd is

50km/h.

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More delays for Aurora Centre

• By Julia Evans

UNFORESEEN fire compliance

issues have again delayed

the Aurora Performing Arts

Centre’s reopening.

Earthquake repairs,

refurbishment and upgrades

have been ongoing since

January and were expected to

be completed by February to

minimise impact on Burnside

High School students.

The reopening was delayed

until March,

but it has now

been revealed

the centre

won’t open

until May.

“Due to the

complexity of

this work, plus

unforeseen

compliance Phil Holstein

issues with new

fire regulations, the Aurora

Centre will not be available for

school use until the beginning

of term two,” principal Phil

Holstein said in a report.

He said work on the exterior

of the building would continue

until November.

The performing arts centre,

on the site of Burnside High

School, has been undergoing

weather tightness and

earthquake damage repairs.

UPGRADE: The reopening of the Aurora Performing Arts Centre at Burnside High School has

been delayed again.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Mr Holstein told Nor’West

News while the repair work

was going on, the school was

also taking the opportunity to

spend time doing “necessary”

upgrades to the centre.

The school has spent $2

million on the upgrades, which

include a new air-conditioning

system and refreshing the paint

job on the building’s exterior,

as well as some smaller internal

work.

“It was definitely time to

upgrade . . . I’d heard from a

few people the heating and

cooling definitely needed work

on it,” Mr Holstein said. He said

with construction of this type,

you always anticipate delays.

Work on the 700-seat centre

is part of a $24 million repair

and redevelopment plan at the

school, which includes several

of the school’s other buildings.

Once completed, Mr Holstein

said the board would be able

to begin “the master planning

stage” of the school’s postquake

redevelopment.

Mr Holstein said the upgrade

work on the Aurora Centre

is not only important to the

school, but also to the wider

community, as the building

filled a key role following the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

It was one of the only venues

to host events left in the city.

“It’s a significant building for

Burnside but also for the city

post-quake ,” Mr Holstein said.

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In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

NORTHERN CORRIDOR PLAN

The plan to manage the downstream

traffic effects of the northern corridor

along Bealey Ave into the city will go

out for public consultation in May.

City council manager planning and

delivery transport Lynette Ellis said it

is expected the plan will be ready for

city council endorsement towards the

end of the year.

RICHMOND ROAD WORKS

City council staff are looking at

hosting a community meeting to

inform residents about the timeline

and progress of road works in

Richmond. Work has been heavy in

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North Avon Rd and North Parade.

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prioritisation of any street renewals

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Your Local Views

Coastal-

Burwood

Ward city

councillor

Glenn

Livingstone

talks about

how the red

zone area

could be

used for different sporting

and recreational events

THE AVON Otakaro corridor,

described by Regenerate

Christchurch as a ‘green

spine’, presents various future

possibilities for the city.

As a spine, it will serve us in

the future by holding various

activities in its 150m width.

Its length also serves to hold

Christchurch together, as it winds

its way from the city to the sea.

While some of the permanent

developmental options are yet to

be decided and may take some

time to reach fruition, others may

be developed now. Community

gardens, heritage trails, walking

and cycling tracks (some of

which are already in place on

top of the temporary stopbanks)

and lovingly tended areas such

as those by Bryan and Colleen

Fairbairn may be enjoyed now,

or could be developed in the very

near future.

A triathlon linking the city and

New Brighton would also enable

enjoyment of the green spine.

Beginning with a kayak, paddlers

could take off downstream from

Victoria Park by the town hall

to Kerrs Reach, transition to

off-road cycles and go from there

across the Avondale Rd bridge

and back to Victoria Park on

the trail on top of the stopbanks

or alongside the river, before

running to the finish in New

Brighton.

Victoria Park, Kerrs Reach and

New Brighton have all been used

for multi-sport and triathlon

transition and finish line areas

before.

Participants could take part

as individuals or in teams. Such

an event would promote the

Avon Otakaro River corridor

and promote connectivity and

a sense of destination for New

Brighton, which the city council

is undertaking through both

Regenerate Christchurch and its

development arm, Development

Christchurch Ltd.

Last week the Government

re-instated the four well-beings

in the Local Government Act.

Regeneration of the residential

red zone could hardly be a greater

expression of social, economic,

environmental and cultural wellbeing.

Its development and use can

serve to unite west and east

through the river itself, which

threads its way from one side of

the city to the other and out to

the sea.

IN THE ZONE: Glen

Livingstone, seen her

competing in the Coast

to Coast, has suggested

a triathlon be held in the

residential red zone.

NOR’WEST NEWS

Local

News

Now

Councillor raises red zone triathlon plan

Fire rages, homes at risk

ridiculous. And too close to each

other.

could be better utilised for many

other much better options.

James Cranefield – I’d

prefer if they just opened one in

my kitchen.

Ashlii Archibald – Maybe

this one will remember my

sauce.

Chessa Crow – Our people,

our city and our planet do not

need another McDonald’s built

to feed us horrible ‘food’. I’ve

always been so glad that we don’t

have one on the eastern half of

the city.

Readers respond to a story

about McDonald’s having

it’s sights set on opening

a restaurant on Marshland

Rd, near the Prestons Rd

intersection

Ryan Nield – How about

concentrating on making the

food taste better, rather than how

many McDonald’s restaurant

you can fit into one city.

NEW: McDonald’s is considering opening a restaurant on

Marshland Rd, at the site of the former Raeward Fresh.

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Kim Johanson – How

about not. There are so many in

Christchurch already.

Lee Jones – Why not put a

decent fast food place like Carl’s

Jr . . . McDonald’s food is awful.

Stefan Miller – Can’t we

have a supermarket that is 24

hours again? Instead of all these

24-hour McDonald’s.

Jacob Savage – Have too

many around the city now; it’s

Shazz Sharron

Hanrahan – Yay, no more cold

burgers from Burger King.

Hannah Gould – Omg, so

not needed.

Sarah Jayne

Pritchard – Too many fast food

outlets

Maddy Hattan – We don’t

need anymore McDonald’s to be

honest.

Nicola Danielson – This site

Aaron RiwaiI – I’d rather

have a Carl’s Jr thanks.

Nick Collett – Please no.

Jane Geary – Sad. More

healthy food options is what the

city and our people need.

Barbara Miln – I personally

think McDonald’s should

seriously think about opening

a restaurant and McCafe in

New Brighton to bring young

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Tuesday April 24 2018 5

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Bookarama gets Bishopdale buzzing

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Julia Evans

THE BENEFITS of having

Bookarama in Bishopdale

could see the event held there

permanently.

The annual event, organised

by the Rotary Club of Bishopdale

Burnside, was moved to the Bishopdale

YMCA Recreation Centre

as the Burnside High School hall,

where it is normally held, is undergoing

earthquake repairs.

Bishopdale Burnside Rotary

president Graeme Tapp said the

event went “really well” with

three days of sun helping bring a

crowd.

He said the organisation was

“assessing” whether or not to

have the event in Bishopdale

again next year.

“A lot of people like it, liked the

convenient parking. The ease of

being able to get a park was a big

thing we were getting feedback

on,” he said.

Mr Tapp also said the YMCA

hall was more central to the Bishopdale

Burnside.

“The only downside was that we

lost the extra day. The event is normally

four days but we could only

have the hall for three,” he said.

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board deputy

chairman Aaron Campbell said

over the three days from Friday,

the event brought thousands of

people into the area.

He said it was “amazing” for

the regenerating suburb.

“It’s just great to have that

in Bishopdale. . . the other shops

were doing a great trade,” he

said.

Mr Campbell said there was

a lot convenient parking, as well

as it being an easy to get to location.

“There’s no downside to having

it in Bishopdale . . . just a huge

benefit,” he said.

Mr Campbell said along with

the National Cat Show, which

was held in Bishopdale last year,

it was events like Bookarama that

were encouraging people back to

the suburb.

The money collected from this

year’s Bookarama had not been

tallied yet, but it would be a similar

number to the $92,000 raised

last year, Mr Tapp said.

“It’ll go to a number of community

organisations in the Bishopdale

Burnside area,” he said.

CROWD: The Rotary Club received a lot of positive feedback about Bookarama being held in the

Bishopdale YMCA.

PHOTO: AARON CAMPBELL

MacDonald to lead board

• By Sophie Cornish

SAM MACDONALD has been

voted in as the new chairman

of the Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood Community

Board.

Former chairman

David Cartwright

tabled his resignation

at a board meeting

on April 9, after planning

to step down 18

months into the role.

A vote for Mr

MacDonald’s former

position as deputy

chairman resulted in a

tie between Mr Cartwright

and Aaron Campbell.

Mr MacDonald said it was

Sam

MacDonald

decided among board members

to give Mr Campbell the role.

Mr Cartwright will still

remain on the board and is

“committed to working for

Fendalton,”

said Mr

MacDonald.

“The most

important

thing at the

moment,

and the real

focus, is on

the Long

Term Plan

submission.

I will be presenting

our

submission to council on April

30,” said Mr MacDonald.

David

Cartwright

“Within that, we will be

advocating for a low, if not

minimal, rate increase and

some of the key projects in

our ward, including the traffic

lights for Aaron Keown

and the community in

Harewood.”

The leadership

changes took effect from

last Monday.

Mr Cartwright said

he was stepping aside to

let other board members

take on more responsibility.

“It’s about building

expertise and giving

people a chance . . . there

are very capable people on the

board,” he said.

Anzac Day services

around the area

Anzac Day services will be

held around the area

tomorrow. Here is a

guide to when and

where they will be

happening

•Fendalton’s service

will be held at St

Barnabas Church,

starting at 10am.

•Kaiapoi’s RSA service

will be held at Trousselot

Park, starting at 10am.

•Harewood’s service will be

held at the Harewood School

Cenotaph, starting at 7am.

•Papanui’s service

will be held at the RSA

clubrooms, starting at

10am.

•The Belfast

Community Network

will host a service

at the Sheldon Park

War Memorial from

8.30am. Tickets to

breakfast at bowling

club following the

service are available at

the BCN office for $15 adults and

children under-12 $10.


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FINALISTS: St Bede’s College students Nick O’Connor and Angus Grant were

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to the national final.

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ANGUS GRANT is a city boy who

dreams of being a farmer.

The 15-year-old lives in Papanui but

has always wanted to be farmer.

“I chatted to a guy next door when I

was about nine or 10-years-old, so he’s

been taking me down to his farm at Ohai,

in Southland, in the school holidays since

I was 10.’’

His neighbour, Alan Findlay’s family

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Angus put his skills to good use when

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Students tackle global issues in US

SCHOOLS

• By Sophie Cornish

A TEAM of former Cobham

Intermediate students will

compete at an international

competition in the United States

in June aimed at solving future

global issues

Last year, the Cobham team

of Mac Craig, Benjamin Davey,

Eric Huang and Corin Simcock

won the junior category at the

Future Problem Solving New

Zealand national championships,

while a Rangi Ruru Girls’

School team of Abby Croot,

Lucy Anderson, Emily Davey

and Victoria Park won the senior

division.

Both teams advanced to the

FPS world championships where

they will compete against 2200

participants in Wisconsin to find

solution to topics in the criminal

justice system.

E Wen Wong, 15, from Burnside

High School has also been

selected to travel to the US as

an individual competitor after

winning the middle division

individual competition.

FPS is an internationallyrecognised

competition which

encourages creative, innovative

critical thinking under pressure

to solve emerging and current

PRACTICE: The team of former

Cobham Intermediate pupils

Mac Craig, Eric Huang, Corin

Simcock and Benjamin Davey

researching in preparation for

the Future Problem Solving

world championships in

Wisconsin in June. (Right) –

The team from Rangi Ruru of

Victoria Park, Lucy Anderson,

Emily Davey, Suzanna Davis

and Abby Croot (absent).

global issues. The compeititon

will cover questions on law enforcement,

criminal behaviour,

technology and what future

courtrooms may look like.

“The students will be considering

problems that are crucial to

humanity in the future, like 30

years ahead of now,” said Sue

Williams, a specialist teacher

who will lead the teams to the

US. They will be given scenarios

which fall within the topic then

be required to find the problems

and solutions for them.

The group will compete

against US state champions and

national champions from about

other 19 countries.

“For some highly-able kids,

this is what they love doing

because it’s real, but also in their

head, very difficult and (has)

that mix of exactness and creativity,”

said Ms Williams.

The teams have applied for

funding for the trip from the

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board.

Burnside High

plans on

holding its

own ‘Stage

Challenge’

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‘Compass Wars’ will replace

the national competition which

organisers announced in January

would end in its current form due

to a lack of funding.

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Chris Hipkins said Rock-

Quest Promotions Ltd, which

runs the Smokefree Rockquest,

would run then Stage Challenge

this year, using a $800,000 grant

from the Ministry of Education.

The arrangement with Rockquest

is a one-off, with the ministry

working on a longer-term

funding model to keep the school

event alive. The new competition

organised by the school will allow

students the opportunity to be

involved in a “large performance

ensemble.”

The school is split into four divisions,

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winning medals for both

individual and crew events

in two separate age groups

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She raced under her club

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“I’m a little bit nervous,

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Tuesday April 24 2018 11

Olympic coach for Northwood gymnast

Nicholas set

to raise the

bar in Portugal

• By Sophie Cornish

A 12 year old gymnast from

Northwood will recieve

coaching from Scott Hann,

mentor to five-time Olympic

medallist, Max Whitlock, in

Portugal.

Nicholas Del Ray has been

selected to attend the Anadia

International Gymnastics

Academy for a week-long camp

in May.

The camp is an academy for

coaches and two from Nicholas’

club, Olympia Gymnastic

Sports, will attend.

The St Andrew’s College pupil

is one of eight athletes selected

to go along and participate, as

part of the coaching activities.

The other boys, Theo Nankivell,

Patrick Smith, Brody Hall,

Kennedy Payne, Ali Haque,

Thomas Chao and Nico Lavin all

range from ages 12-18.

Nicholas’ mother, Brenda

Watson-Del Ray said she is

proud of her son for gaining the

opportunity.

“It will be an amazing adventure

for all the boys to train

with some of the top european

coaches and gymnasts.”

Olympia Gymnastic Sports

general manager Kathryn said

TALENT: Nicholas Del Ray, of Northwood, will attend a gymnastics academy in Portugal with

Olympic-level coaches.

PHOTO: GRANT HARRIS PHOTOGRAPHY

the athletes and coaches will

work on skill development and

progression.

Nicholas’ main events involved

aparatus, including the

floor, vault, rings, parallel bar,

high bar and pommel horse.

She said the selection is

“hugely inspirational.”

“This is a developmental

opportunity that athletes from

New Zealand very rarely get to

attend.”

Nicholas started gymnastics

at the age of five and trains for

six days a week for a total of 20

hours.

He also travelled to the United

Kingdom in 2017, to train at the

South Essex Gymnastics Club

and was trained by some of the

UK’s top coaches and gymnasts,

said Ms Watson-Del Ray.

Nicholas recently finished first

at a gymnastics meet in Kansas

City with 63 other competitors

and third overall at a meet in

Houston, out of 173 athletes.

“He was in awe watching competitors

from all over the world

including the USA Mens Olympic

Team at these meets,” said

Ms Watson-Del Ray.

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Rangi hockey

squad win big

in Belgium

SIXTEEN HOCKEY players

from Rangi Ruru Girls’ School

are currently touring Europe,

playing top teams in the United

Kingdom, Netherlands and

Belgium.

The squad has won four games

and lost three. On Sunday, they

played the Royal Antwerp under-19

team in Belgium, winning

10-1.

Director of sport Jo Fogarty

said after a massive fundraising

effort and a lot of hard work, the

group is thoroughly enjoying the

competition.

“Experiences like this are

key to extending our players’

horizons beyond New Zealand,

so they experience first-hand the

rigours of international competition.

After the match, we all came

together for dinner and a few

games with a bit of dancing to

finish off the night. The Belgian

girls were awesome hosts and

we were able to trade some of

our tops with their playing strip

which was very special,” said

Fogarty. The squad will be in

London on Anzac Day and will

take part in official commemorations.

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Tuesday April 24 2018 13

• By Jacob Page

TWO PROMISING young

players from St Margaret’s

College and Cobham

Intermediate have won Tennis

Canterbury awards.

Abby Mason (right), 14, was

named junior female player of

the year after she excelled in her

age group and beyond.

Cobham’s Diego Quispe-Kim,

12, took home male junior player

of the year. Diego trains with his

father Juan 20 hours a week and

models his forehand and serve off

world No 1, Spaniard Rafa Nadal.

Diego is fresh off his national

12s singles victory at Wilding

Park in January. He is eager to

add the 14s, 16s and 18s titles in

the coming years.

Abby was the youngest

member of the St Margaret’s

senior A team which won the

South Island championships and

made the semi-final at nationals.

She was part of the Elmwood

Tennis Club premier team which

won the Canterbury metro

competition and was runner-up

at the 14s national tournament.

Abby said her highlight

over the past season was

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players take out top

junior tennis awards

being selected for the New

Zealand team which played

in the Australian nationals at

Melbourne’s famed Rod Laver

Arena. Winning the Tennis

Canterbury award made her

reflect on her season.

“I remember looking up to the

older girls who won this award

and to win it is recognition of

how things have gone,” she said.

Her father Rhett Mason was a

former junior Davis Cup player

and the pair play mixed doubles

competitions alongside each

other. “Dad was the one who

introduced me to the sport by

throwing balls at me when I was

two or three, so it’s great to be

able to share his passion.”

Medals, records for St Andrew’s

student at swimming champs

ST ANDREW’S College

student Taiko Torepe-Ormsby

was the standout Swimming

Canterbury West Coast athlete

at the national age group

championships in Auckland.

Taiko, swimming for the

Wharenui club, won five gold

medals and set a new national

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50m backstroke. Taiko shaved

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1996 record, finishing in a time

of 27.11sec.

He also broke six SCWC

records and is now the 14-yearold

age group champion in the

50m freestyle, 50m backstroke,

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He also won silver in the 100m

freestyle, and bronze in the

200m backstroke.

QE II club member Zeke Pine

claimed all three 16-year-old

age group champion backstroke

titles, winning gold in the 50m,

100m and 200m backstroke,

He won silver in the 100m

breaststroke and broke the

SCWC record on his way to

a bronze medal in the 200m

individual medley.

Waitaha club’s Zach Knowles

came out firing on debut,

claiming the age group title in

the 13-year-old 100m freestyle.

Zach also came away with

silver medals in the 50m

backstroke and freestyle and

FAST: Taiko Torepe-Ormsby broke a 22-year-old New Zealand

age group record in the 50m backstroke.

PHOTO: BW MEDIA

200m freestyle, and bronze in

the 50m butterfly.

Aquagym’s Louis Clark

claimed his first age group

title in the 16-year-old 1500m

freestyle. He followed that

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individual medley and 400m

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individual medley, and bronze

in the 100m butterfly and 100m

freestyle.

Jasi club’s Quinton Hurley

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Kaylee Jackson (QE II) –

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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’

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Organised by Christchurch City Council

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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

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Email julia.evans@starmedia.kiwi

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

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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

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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 who are the pets of the

city council animal management

team and have been trained

and tested for health, safety

and temperament. Sessions are

15min. Phone 941 7923 to book

a spot.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

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

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday 2-3pm

Go along and enjoy a chat with

other as you knit. For anyone

who loves to knit or wants to

learn.

Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

Christchurch Women’s

Toastmasters

Friday, 12.30-1.30pm

Want to advance your

‘Always a Bridesmaid’ is a comedic romp featuring four friends who have sworn to keep

the promise they made on the night of their senior prom: To be in each other’s weddings,

no matter what. The play will be presented by the Elmwood Players as part of its 70 th

anniversary season. Directed by Sonya Cameron, the play will be showing at the Elmwood

Auditorium on Wednesday at 7.30-9.30pm. Tickets range from $18-$20.

career? Have the confidence

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women succeed through developing

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for more information.

St Pauls, behind in Tennis

Pavilion, 1 Harewood Rd

Card Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly card club is on

every Friday, just go along and

join in the fun.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Super Saturday Storytimes

Saturday, 11-11.45am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories and craft. Storytimes

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which includes stories,

songs, rhymes and play.

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

HEALTH & BEAUTY

NOR’WEST NEWS

Confidence

returns with a

Lovebite smile

Dawn, from Pukekohe in Auckland,

couldn’t be more pleased with her new

Lovebite dentures, made by internationally

renowned clinical dental technician,

Richard Greenlees, which have restored

the look of her natural smile, and given

her considerable confidence.

“When we started the process, Richard

asked me to bring in some photographs

of my natural teeth, and put a lot of time

into recreating the exact look. My new

dentures are so much better than the old

sets I’ve had over the last 17 years. I’m

very happy.”

Dawn, who is previously from

Christchurch, flew down from Auckland

weekly over five weeks for consultations

with Richard, and found him to be a ‘good

guy’ to deal with.

“He is very accommodating and easy

going. It was also great to deal directly

He made my teeth look

so natural, real, and a

little bit aged, not like the

sparkly white dentures

everyone else has.

with the person making my dentures.

This was a much better process than with

previous dentures, where I had to pretty

much go with what I was given whether

I liked them or not. Richard was very

patient and is fussy with his work. He

made my teeth look so natural, real, and

a little bit aged, not like the sparkly white

dentures everyone else has.”

Dawn says the return of her confidence

is one of the biggest pluses of her new

Lovebite dentures.

“Losing your teeth is not a nice thing

to go through, and can make you feel

like you’ve lost your personality. My new

dentures have recreated my natural look

and brought my confidence right back

into line.”

Lovebite is located at 402 Montreal

St. Phone (03) 379 1222. Hours 9am-

5.30pm Monday - Friday.

True

Who thought

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STUNNING: A beautiful new denture for

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These stunning lovebite full upper and

lower dentures have been expertly crafted by

internationally-recognised dental technician

Richard Greenlees at his Christchurch studio.

The combination of Richard’s skill, experience

(including 15 years in London’s prestigious

Harley Street) knowledge and revolutionary

techniques allow him to create beautiful

bespoke false teeth that truly resemble those

in nature and reflect each patient’s individuality

and unique character.

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Tuesday April 24 2018 17

REAL ESTATE

Space to exceed expectations

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location combined with an unexpected sense

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lawn and gardens. Zoned for Oaklands

School and Wigram Primary (relocating to

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Wigram supermarket and cafés, or 10 minutes

to Halswell, Riccarton or Lincoln Road.

Inside, a large and light-filled open-plan

living space flows to sunny outdoor living. An

island breakfast bar connects the sleek modern

kitchen, which includes a gas cooktop and

double dish-drawer. An adjoining separate

lounge is also generously proportioned, with

a slider opening to the terrace. Also enjoying

access to the garden, the master bedroom is

an inviting sun-filled retreat with en suite,

while three more bedrooms plus study or 5th

bedroom option share a second bathroom. A

double internal-access garage and lots of offstreet

parking add further convenience.

Easy to live in, this superb low-maintenance

home will exceed your expectations with

space, sun and privacy. Don’t miss the

opportunity to make it yours.

Open Homes Saturday and Sunday 3:30pm

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To find out more contact Cameron

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Public Notices

STEDFAST BRASS

Looking for enthuastic,

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Tuesday April 24 2018 19

What’s On

Entertainment

NO SUR CHARGE

ANZAC DAY

CLOSED FOR LUNCH

OPEN FOR DINNER

Bookings Essential

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‘Famous for their roasts!’

RESTAURANT & CAFÉ

Cooked Breakfasts

Check out our extensive breakfast

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We are open from 6.30am

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The

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118 Racecourse Rd, Sockburn,

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SERVING

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

dinner on Sunday night.

CLUBBISTRO

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

NOR’WEST NEWS

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

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