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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A PADDLE out to honour a

well -known New Brighton

surfer who passed away after a

short battle with cancer was held

on Saturday.

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Surfers pay tribute to ‘Rangi’ in paddle out

REMEMBERED: Well-known New Brighton surfer Rangimaria King was honored with a paddle out on Saturday.

Families, friends and fellow

surfers gathered at the north

rank near the New Brighton

Pier to remember Rangimaria

(Rangi) Adrian Te Otimi King,

42, who died from liver cancer

on May 4.

Described as an “outstanding

surfer” and a “New Brighton

legend”, King was a professional

surfer whose career took off in

the late 1980s. He was a member

of the New Zealand scholastics

team and his career highlights

included beating former professional

surfer Martin Potter.

King was competing at the

Konica all stars skin contest

at Sandon Point, Wollongong,

when he beat Potter in the early

1990s. •Turn to page 4

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

CHRISTCHURCH East

National List MP Jo Hayes is

calling for action on erosion

issues near the South Brighton

Domain estuary edge with

more trees likely to disappear

over the next few months.

Ms Hayes is concerned the

South Brighton Motor Camp

and other businesses in the

community are now “under

serious threat”.

“While the city council has

acknowledged what is likely to

happen, the dramatic estuary

edge erosion has continued

and the bank has become destabilised

and unsafe, with dangerous

voids below the surface,”

she said.

Ms Hayes said the residents

and businesses in the area deserve

better because properties

are being devalued and are potentially

becoming unsaleable.

South Brighton Motor Camp

owner Sam Hawkins said it had

started to fund its own flood

protection to protect the future

of the camp. •Turn to page 7

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RESIDENTS AND businesses in the eastern suburbs feeling they

are forgotten seems to be a reoccurring theme.

This week Christchurch East National List MP Jo Hayes is calling

for the city council to take action on the erosion issues near

the South Brighton Domain Estuary edge.

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Tuesday May 22 2018 3

News

Plan to make Palmers Rd safer

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A HAZARDOUS road in New

Brighton will be narrowed in a

bid to be made safer.

At its recent meeting, the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board has approved for Palmers

Rd (Bowhill Rd-New Brighton

Rd) to be narrowed to 10m to

make it safer.

The road

has been a

concern for

residents with

12 crashes

reported

between 2005

and 2016.

David East

City

council staff

originally

recommended plans of narrowing

the road to 9m.

But the board viewed 9m as

too narrow. It had concerns

the road is a significant link for

traffic from North Beach to the

city and is a vital exit road in

emergencies.

At the meeting, city councillor

David East said his main

concern was the consistency of

the roads in the area.

“I just want to see some

consistency and, frankly, I keep

going back to the ludicrous

decision to classify Palmers Rd

as a local road.”

“I would like to see Palmers

Rd as a 12m road but even that

is going to be a nightmare . . . it

is not a local road, it is a reasonably

well used thoroughfare.”

Cr East raised concerns

the last time there was a tsunami

evacuation the traffic was

backed up for miles and a narrower

Palmers Rd will make it

even worse.

But he voted for the road to be

narrowed to 10m.

He told Pegasus Post the road

needs to be upgraded, and

although 10m is not ideal there

seems to be “no way in hell” he

can persuade council staff to

construct a 12m road.

But community board

member Tim Baker’s vote was

recorded against the decision.

He said while narrowing the

road to 10m is fine, 9m would

have been sufficient and made

the road slower.

The board also requested

further investigation reducing

and removing all chicanes from

its plans.

It would also like council staff

to consider removing a chicane

from outside 96 Palmers Rd to

VITAL: The

Coastal-

Burwood

Community

Board has

approved

Palmers

Rd being

narrowed to

10m in a bid

to prevent

crashes in

the future.

PHOTO:

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WEALLEANS

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Mr Baker said he disagreed, as

the chicanes will slow the traffic

down which is what the people

want.

But Cr East said he is “probably”

leaning towards a 10m

road with no chicanes.

Work for the project will not

begin until mid-2018.

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Former pro surfer honoured during paddle out

•From page 1

King narrowly came second to

Australian surfer Mark Occhilupo

in the Konica contest.

He began surfing at age 11 after

volunteers, including his father

Wally, helped start a surfing

programme as part of St Ambrose

Anglican Church’s drop-in

centre.

Faith Family Fellowship

Aranui soon found out the group

was interested in surfing and donated

their old surfboards from

the 1940s.

It wasn’t long before King

“caught the bug”. He took just

three weeks to pick up surfing

while the rest of the group took

about 18 months.

His sister Nga Anderson said

he would borrow other people’s

surfboards and they would laugh

at him until they saw him surf.

Bid to get Haeata students walking, cycling

Survey seeks

to solve high

travel times

• By Sophie Cornish and Georgia

O’Connor-Harding

A SURVEY to find out what can

be done to get more students

to walk or cycle to Haeata

Community Campus is expected

to be released to the public.

The Ministry of Education,

New Zealand Transport Agency

and city council are working on

a feasibility study

to identify solutions

for students

walking and

cycling to the

school.

Due to the

closure of schools

Andy Kai

Fong

in the eastern

suburbs to form

Haeata, many

students now travel further than

they used to.

The survey, expected to be

released later this month or in

“That was when they had different

respect for him,” she said.

EXIT Surf Shop owner Tristan

Bennett said no one had heard

of him before he competed in a

Canterbury scholastic surfing

ACTION: A survey to find out what can be done to get more students to walk or cycle to Haeata

Community Campus will be released to the public.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

early June, aims to identify if the

community is willing to see the

issue explored further.

Known as ‘school travel planning’,

the process aims to support

safe journeys and encourage

active travel.

Haeata principal Andy Kai

Fong said the project has not

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competition when he was 13 and

“blew everyone away”.

“I have got people who would

come into the surf shop and say ‘I

have just been down at Brighton;

there is a kid out there destroying

Aranui is unsafe.

“It has been driven out of how

we can enhance it, work with

the community and spend some

money on it,” he said.

He said the more attractive

active transport can be made, the

more health benefits there are

including getting traffic off the

road and decreasing accidents

TRIBUTE: Families, friends

and fellow surfers held a

paddle out on Saturday to remember

New Brighton surfer

Rangimaria King.

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it’,” he said.

Photographer Warren Hawke,

who travelled with King for

photoshoots over a period of two

to three years, said he had an

uncanny natural surfing ability.

He said at the beginning of his

career, King started to win contests

on surfboards which were

not even up to high performance

level at the time.

He was quickly picked up as a

professional and sponsored by

the Exit Surf Shop, surf clothing

and board company O’Neill,

in the area. The survey aims to

find out if there are any hotspots

where students may not feel

comfortable walking or cycling,

Mr Kai Fong said.

City council planning and

deliver transport manager

Lynette Ellis said the study is

about understanding the needs of

the community and any concerns

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King’s pro career lasted

more than 10 years into his early

20s.

After he stopped surfing

professionally, he continued to

teach surfing in New Brighton.

Close friend Sam Johnston,

who started out surfing with

King, said he was unique in

and out of the water, a talented

guitarist and good at any sport he

played.

Another friend Haydo Brain

said King was one of the most

influential surfers for him

growing up, and one of New

Zealand’s best, fastest and most

progressive board riders during

and after his pro carreer.

Hundreds turned out for King’s

funeral at Clareville Cemetery,

Carterton, on May 7.

people commuting to the school

each day may have.

A pilot project is in place to

give a group of students the

opportunity to work alongside

city council planning and

engineering staff on a “real

world” project.

No particular interventions

have been identified or prioritised

yet, Ms Ellis said.

Mr Kai Fong said there are a

number of children who cycle,

scooter and walk to Haeata.

But he said students, such

as those who formerly went to

Wainoni School, have had to

make alternative arrangements

due to being a considerable

distance from the school.

A feasibility workshop and

report on the study is expected to

be ready by mid-July.

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Tuesday May 22 2018 5

PROUD: Trees for Canterbury manager Steve Bush is proud of what the not-forprofit

organisation has achieved as it gets close to a milestone of planting one

million native trees.

Huge goals for

tree-planting group

TREES FOR Canterbury

is on track to plant one

million native trees and

has set itself a new target

of planting a million

more.

The group regularly

works in partnership with

the city council, donating

plants for community

planting days such as the

one held earlier this month

at Styx Mill Conservation

Reserve, where close to

2000 native plants were

planted.

The not-for-profit nursery

has been running since

the 1990s and later this

year hopes to chalk up a

major milestone, achieving

the planting of one million

trees at sites around the

city.

A celebration of the

milestone will be held at

Travis Wetland Reserve in

September.

Trees for Canterbury

manager Steve Bush, has

been in the role since 1992

and is proud of what the

organisation has achieved.

“It is a true social enterprise

in that 100 per cent of

our income goes into the

running of the nursery and

carrying out our aims. It’s

a real buzz to see the trees

we’ve planted around the

city and the region and

know that we’ve helped

create that legacy. You can

go back years later and see

a huge change, so it’s really

fantastic.”

When Mr Bush first

started working for the

organisation it was able to

donate only a few thousand

plants each year, now

it donates about 45,000

annually.

“We show up with lots of

plants and encourage lots

of people to come. For the

recent Styx Mill planting

day, we contributed 1950

plants,” he said.

All of the plant seedlings

and trees that the nursery

donates are eco-sourced.

This means they are grown

from seeds collected by

volunteers from native

trees growing in pockets

of remnant native bush

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Visit to brother’s grave a ‘special moment’

• By Bridget Rutherford

MORE THAN 70 years after his

brother was killed during World

War 2, Kevin Pike has finally

visited his grave.

The 74-year-old Burwood man

has just returned from a monthlong

trip to Europe with his son

Steven, daughter-in-law Jane,

and grandson Thomas, bringing

back parts of the aircraft his

eldest brother Trevor Pike was

killed in.

“What a trip,” he said.

They went to Ingen, Holland,

to see where Trevor’s Stirling

bomber crashed into a paddock

after it was shot down on October

15, 1942.

All seven allied troops on

board – Trevor, James Howe,

Reginald Blair, Thomas Baywater,

John Brocket, Francis

O’Sullivan and James Denny –

were killed.

Kevin said they then went to

Amersfoort Cemetery where the

crew were buried.

Kevin never met Trevor. The

youngest of 11 children, he was

born the year after his 22-yearold

brother died.

He said visiting his grave

brought them closer together.

“It was very emotional.”

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

TREASURED: Kevin Pike has returned from visiting his brother Trevor Pike’s grave in Holland. He

received memorabilia from the aircraft Trevor was killed in.

Trevor was a Royal New Zealand

Air Force wireless operator

and air gunner on the Royal Air

Force Stirling bomber. It was

returning from a bombing run

in Cologne, Germany, when it

was shot down by German nightgunner

Bruno Eickmeier.

Kevin’s trip had been eight

years in the making.

He said in 2010 he came across

a notice in a newspaper titled

‘Seeking Pike family.’

It was a letter from Richard

van de Velde, a Dutch history

teacher who was researching all

the war victims killed near his

home in Buesichem.

Kevin said after eight years it

was nice to meet Mr van de Velde

and his wife Ingrid, who took

them to the crash site in a World

War 2 Canadian army Jeep.

They placed a large poppy on a

stick at the site with the names of

the crew on it, he said.

“It was a very emotional time

for all of us. We stood in silence

for those brave lads who gave

their lives for others.”

At the cemetery, Kevin said

they laid poppies at the crew

members’ graves, and he put

a photo of his parents at

Trevor’s.

He said it was a “special moment”

which would “stay in our

hearts forever.”

“At peace, these lads were at

last.”

Mr van de Velde’s friend Ad

Haneveer, an artist, had put

together pieces of the Stirling

bomber into a frame for Kevin,

which included a nut, bullet, a

pipe, and shards.

Kevin was also given pieces

of aluminium from the aircraft

with Trevor’s initials engraved

into them.

“They never told us they managed

to get parts of the plane out

of the ground,” he said.

Kevin said he donated larger

pieces of the aircraft to Peter den

Tek, who had set up a section in

a museum dedicated to Trevor

and other airmen who were shot

down over Holland.

After visiting the sites, they

then went on to the French town

of Le Quesnoy to attend Anzac

Day commemorations.

New Zealand soldiers captured

Le Quesnoy from the Germans

at the end of World War 1, so

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Students combine for exhibition

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

AN ARTWORK exhibition

capturing the struggles the city’s

youth faces today is on display

in the central city.

Students from five of the

city’s alternative education programmes

have collaborated to

present mixed media art exhibition

A Chance To Be Heard.

Headed by former Survivor

New Zealand and Te Kaupapa

Whakaora manager Salatielu

Tiatia, A Chance To Be Heard

aims to fight the ongoing stigma

against alternative education.

He said a mixture of work

from carving, painting to kapa

haka and rap will be on display

as part of Youth Week, “communicating

everything under the

sun.”

“Art has no boundaries, that

is the thing we want to communicate.”

Programmes Te Kaupapa

Whakaora in Papanui, Te Kupenga

o Aranui, Linwood’s

Kimihia Adventure Programme,

Hornby’s Tumanako Alternative

Education and Sydenham’s 180

Degrees Alternative Education

have been working together for

several years.

Mr Tiatia said the ongoing

stigma against alternative education

is “frustrating.”

“The big monster called

mainstream education doesn’t

fit for all young people in

Aotearoa.

“That’s why the poor kids rock

up to the space and all of a sudden

it is stigmatised . . . unfortunately

the more it is spoken of

and the more it is heard, young

people just end up believing it,”

he said.

But Mr Tiatia said the reality

is if students come to one of

the providers they will “feel the

love” and a “sense of whanau.”

He said alternative education

students have often faced issues

including anxiety, home issues

or gaps in their learning which

EXPRESSION:

An art exhibition

showing the

struggles youth

face today will

be on display

this week.

will be conveyed in their art

work.

“We take every young person

who comes through the door

with all the stuff they bring and

we carry them in order to educate

them,” Mr Tiatia said.

The biggest lesson Mr Tiatia

learnt during his time on Survivor,

which he takes to alternative

education, is “life is precious and

life can’t be taken for granted.”

“That struggle I had for two

whole months, imagine what

these young people go through”.

•A Chance To Be Heard

runs through to Friday,

10am-2pm daily at the Elim

Church, 285 Cashel St.

•From page 1

He said the camp has been

affected by flooding about three

times in the past year.

Mr Hawkins said there is a lot

of potential in the area for tourism

and cycleways. He said the

city council could “tap into” this

potential if it wanted to.

Henderson D B Plumbing

owner Dave Henderson said the

estuary is an “absolute eyesore”

and something needed to be

done.

“Why does our (area) have to

be like this when they spend millions

on the (Sumner) side and

nothing on this side. It is just a

joke,” he said.

In February, Pegasus Post

reported about 30 of the 100 trees

along the South New Brighton

Domain estuary edge are at risk

of falling at any time

City council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge said after the

earthquakes, it developed the

South New Brighton Reserves

Management Plan and a development

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and enhance the cultural, ecological,

landscape and recreational

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The Coastal- Burwood Community

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But community board deputy

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Ms Hayes said the city council’s

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Haeata students embrace higher learning

SCHOOLS

JUST LIKE students around the

country, Haeata Community

Campus’ Manaia Mahuika-

Davies and Bodie Barker gained

NCEA level one last year.

But unlike most of those other

students, they gained credits at

other levels too.

Individual learning plans allow

each student to explore their own

interests to their full potential.

NCEA standards are applied and

assessed alongside that work.

The individual learning model

enables students to focus on one

subject area or area of interest

and therefore advance more

quickly through the NCEA levels

in that subject.

Year 12 students Manaia and

Bodie have embraced the model.

They each achieved credits at

all three levels in 2017, as well

as developing their goal-setting,

time management and workload

management.

Manaia achieved NCEA level

one fully last year and gained 59

credits at level two and eight at

level three.

This year she is working on an

interactive art project that links

to standards in both science and

art. Her project focuses on the

effects of plastic in the ocean.

This grew out of an essay she

wrote at the beginning of last

year, for which she gained science

credits.

Bodie achieved both level one

and level two last year in maths,

english and a sports and nutrition

course at Ara, as well as a

barista course.

This year he is taking up

various opportunities through

Haeata, including a New Zealand

Institute of Sport course on personal

training, and developing

his skills as a barista.

His goal for the year is to

achieve NCEA level three.

Achieving NCEA level three

is also Manaia’s goal this year,

which would allow her to spend

next year working and saving.

She then hopes to go to university

to study marine biology

so that, ultimately, she can “help

ACHIEVE: On top of achieving

NCEA, Manaia Mahuika-

Davies is working on an

interactive art project that

links to standards in science

and art. (Inset) – Bodie

Barker studying at Haeata

Community Campus. ​

save the dolphins”.

Manaia’s study pathway

typifies Haeata’s approach of

encouraging students to set a

big goal and then work at it in

smaller parts.

Bodie loves the opportunity to

develop his passions and manage

his own time.

“I have a goal each day, so that

I know I’m on track with my

work, and I have the freedom

to get experience in other areas

while still managing my own

workload,” he said.

Haeata provides many opportunities

for students to engage

outside the classroom.

Manaia and Bodie have both

been involved with the Student

Volunteer Army, and the Red

Shirts programme run by The

Warehouse.

Books come to life at Queenspark school

COLOURFUL characters have

come to life as part of Queenspark

Primary School’s book week.

Pupils dressed up as a range of

characters from Winnie-the-Pooh

to the Cat in the Hat and the

Queen of Hearts from the novel

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

The theme of the week was

fables and fairy tales.

Pupils got to dress-up as part of

book character day, teachers and

families read to classes and had a

book swap.

The school also received visits

from Bob Docherty of Bobs

Books Blog and author Jennifer

Somervell.

THE PLACES YOU’LL

GO: Levi dressed as

the Cat in the Hat.

COLORFUL: Kahlia and Scarlett

dressed as Thing 1 and Thing 2

from the The Cat in the Hat.

KIWI AS: Year 3 to 4 teachers dressed up as Fred Dagg.

TALL: Lucas’ costume

features an English fairy tale

Jack and the Beanstalk.

THREE LITTLE PIGS: Mya, Emma and Emma.

DELIGHTFUL: Queenspark Primary School office staff dressed as princesses

with principal Ross Willocks as Prince Charming.


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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

-

The

Principal’s

Desk

The teachers in our school are committed,

passionate, and dedicated. Mairehau high

School is a small school with a caring,

community feel. our teachers will get to

know your child well and work with you as

a parent to ensure positive and enriching learning experiences for your child. We pride

ourselves on our innovative and caring staff, and we value individuality and difference. all

our teachers are focused on making a positive difference for your child. our teachers are

simply a fantastic group of people.

Harry romana, Principal

2018 School Production

Our musical production for 2018 was ‘High School Spoofical’ – a musical filled

with romance, magic and terrible jokes!

Any students played several roles from cheerleaders to emos, and homies to

redneck yokels.

It has taken several months of daily rehearsals and many Sundays given up by

students and staff to get everything ready for our major production.

Our production was well appreciated by our audience - made up of local primary

schools, parents, and our community.

Why Mairehau?

1. Our Size

- our school and classes are small

- We are proud of our strong staff- student

relationship

- Your teachers will know you and go the

extra mile to help you

2. Excellent Outcomes

We have:

- excellent Ncea results

- Personalised learning

- gifted and Talented Programmes

- Supported learning if you need it

- Fle- Flexible learning programme in Years

9 and 10

3. More Opportunities :

- a range of Sports

- a range of cultural activities

- leadership at all levels

- education outside the classroom

- Y9 & Y10 students have access to

chromebooks

4. Our Values - C A R E (Challenge,

Achievement, Responsibility, Empathy)

- We value everyone no matter who they

are or where they come from.

- We are proud of our cultural diversity

- We have strong pastoral support

- We encourage student voice

- We welcome parental involvement

- We value our links with other

organisations which encourage

community awareness and social

responsibility

5. Improvements to our school

environment

- We are looking forward to our new

rebuild and improved facilities

- We have a strong environment team who

are constantly working to keep the school

looking aesthetically pleasing to all

- extensive new technology resource

OED Tramp

On the 6th of May, the Senior Outdoor Education class, along with Ms Dench

and Mr McCoy, embarked on a 5 day adventure along the St James Walkway, in

the Lewis Pass. The team was amazing, completing the 67km walk in some fairly

average weather. The positive attitudes, tenacity in the face of hardship and

camaraderie were outstanding!

We know how important it is to find the right school to suit the needs of your child, and

would encourage you to come to our open Night on Tuesday 22nd May from 5pm to 7pm.

our staff and students look forward to meeting you and showing you just some of the

many things Mairehau high School can offer.

Niko Smith

Head Boy

OPEN EVENING

TUESDAY MAY 22,

5.00 - 7.00pm

Phoebe Pratt

Head Girl

We are looking forward to our new rebuild and improved facilities which will allow us to

retain traditional classroom environments.

Mairehau high School — a community school with vision, empathy, and an inclusive

culture, working together to meet the needs of our students.

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

Maori Cultural Camp

During the term one holidays, Jade,

Anysha and Paora had the opportunity to

travel up North to Waitomo. This consisted

left to right: Paora, Jade, anysha

of staying at Tokikapu Marae with 27

other students from different parts of New

Zealand. During their stay they learnt about

New Zealand’s Maori Tourism Industry as well

as completing 5 assessments which resulted

in them gaining 21 Level 3 Credits. They felt

blessed to have the full experience of what the

beautiful Waitomo had to offer. The activities

included a tour of the famous Waitomo glow

worm caves, black water rafting and just taking

in the beautiful scenery of Waitomo. It was

such an empowering trip to learn about the

rich Maori history and they would definitely

recommend traveling to this amazing part of

New Zealand. All three students have said they

felt very privileged to have been chosen to

represent Mairehau High School and be ambassadors for what the school has to offer.

Jade Komene, Anysha Te Moana, Paora Wichman

This opportunity was made possible due to the Gateway programme run at school.

Gateway gives senior students the chance to explore career pathways, gain valuable work

experience and to achieve credits towards NCEA in their particular field.

It was a hectic 4 days for the students but one they will remember fondly. The ideas our

students have bought back to school, and are working on implementing, will be a great

asset for all our students.

Many thanks to our Deputy Principal, Ms Shiobahn Murphy, who attended the camp in the

role of Camp Mother, driver, teacher and shoulder to lean on.

Mrs Vanessa Barrett, Gateway Coordinator

St John’s Donations

Each term, the school holds

a mufti day to raise money

for charities which our waka

(house) leaders choose. Last

term, students decided to

support St Johns.

A cheque was recently

presented to St Johns. Students,

pictured left to right are Neave

Harris and Phoenix Neilson, who

are two of our waka leaders,

with Kerry Fairbrass and Niko

Smith (Head Boy) representing

our executive students.

Massey Business Boot Camp 2018

Mairehau High School Year 13 student Tarryn

Wilson was recently offered the amazing

opportunity to attend the Massey University

Business Bootcamp. Tarryn admits arriving at boot

camp with an unending supply of nerves, “I was

thrown into a situation where 56 people who were

complete strangers, challenged me to further my

interpersonal skills in order to make connections

with others. However, looking back, I realise how

over a short period of time, those nerves I had at

the beginning developed into a new family which I

will treasure for the rest of my life.”

Tarryn Wilson

Over the week, Tarryn was lucky enough to

have had the opportunity to visit three amazing

companies, including MYOB, The Warehouse Group and HP. Through listening to

the employees and looking around their building sites, Tarryn feels that this has

sparked many ideas and plans in her mind that she can’t wait to work towards

in the future.“Throughout my time at the Massey Business Bootcamp I learnt

about the fundamentals for becoming successful in the business industry, from

the importance of diversity and inclusion in businesses and gaining knowledge

and advice from experts in the industry, through to connecting with other

students who just like me have a huge interest in the business field. I would never

had expected to have come away from this experience with the knowledge,

motivation and networks that I have, and I can’t wait to share the wealth of

knowledge that was shared with me, with others. The organisers that worked

behind and within this experience have just a limitless amount of passion for

the development of youth within New Zealand. Personally I found it to be both

incredible and heartwarming to see in a small nation such as New Zealand.”

“I would like to thank Dr Jeffrey Stangl, CFA, David Farquhar, Loren Stangl, and

many other volunteers who made the week possible for me. I believe that those

who organised this experience have absolutely inspired me for the duration of a

lifetime to jump at every opportunity that presents itself.”

Tarryn Wilson (Year 13 Student, Student Leadership Team (Marketing Leader),

Mairehau High School)

Te Ara Raukura students

Kia Ora koutou,

Recently our Te Ara Raukura students

(Yr 9-10 Junior Māori Leadership)

attended their first hui (conference) at

UC.

The main kaupapa was establishing

goals and path planning to achieving

these. These were intertwined

with presentations by inspirational

speakers-including a Doctor, CEO,

Lecturer, and two managers. All

speakers had rough or unsuccessful

starts to life, got into mischief at

school, worked in low income jobs, had

children early, but were now successful

and flourishing.

On our drive home each of the 4 girls

who attended, were able to reflect and

identify some of the key messages that

were shared, and their goals to focus

on for the remainder of the year.

Next steps will be putting these into

practice!

left to right: Jah roberts Kata, Natalia

Stevenson, Zion Wirihana, Jordan Tutengaehe

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SCHOOLS

Beating the bullies

MARSHLAND SCHOOL

pupils have dressed in pink to

help combat bullying.

THe goal was for children to

know what bullying is and what

is not, what to do if they see or

hear bullying, and what to do if

they are bullied.

THe pupils took part in Bullying-

Free NZ Week 2018 which ended

in Mental Health Foundation’s

Pink Shirt Day on Friday.

Pink Shirt Day is a global

event that celebrates diversity

and creates environments where

all people can feel safe, valued

and respected.

Each year, workplaces, schools,

organisations and individuals

join the movement to make a

stand against bullying.

Bullying is a serious issue in

New Zealand, schools have the

second highest rate of bullying

out of 51 countries, and one

in five workers are affected by

bullying.

Pink Shirt Day is led by the

Mental Health Foundation,

with support from: The Human

Rights Commission, Bullying-

Free NZ Week, The Peace

Foundation, RainbowYOUTH,

InsideOUT, New Zealand Post

Primary Teachers’ Association

(PPTA), Te Kaha O Te Rangatahi

Trust, Auckland District Health

Board Peer Sexuality Support

Programme (PSSP), Youthline

and Emerge Aotearoa.


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Manly to visit Haeata campus

before Warriors clash at AMI

THE MANLY Warringah

Sea Eagles will be spreading

their wings across the eastern

suburbs when they base

themselves in the city ahead of

their clash against the Warriors

on June 9.

A long list of community

activities for Manly players

and staff was announced

yesterday during a live video

cross between Manly’s training

ground on the northern

beaches of Sydney and Haeata

Community Campus in

Aranui.

The Haeata students watching

the announcement included the

school’s rugby league teams and

sports performance academy.

They questioned Manly

players like Kiwi international

Martin Taupau and former

Christchurch-based rugby

league star Lewis Brown during

the 20min live cross.

Manly have committed to

playing another home game in

Christchurch next year with

an option for a third match in

2020. The list of community

activities underlined the club’s

commitment to Christchurch,

said promoter Justin Wallace.

“We could have flown the

team in two days before the

game, but instead Walco Events

have invested a considerable

amount to have the team here

for six days so that they can

connect with the grassroots

rugby league clubs, schools

and the wider Christchurch

community,” he said.

SPORTS

After their arrival on Tuesday,

June 5, the Manly squad will

HARD MAN: Sea

Eagles player Lewis

Brown is originally from

Christchurch and is set to

play against the Warriors

on June 9.

be welcomed at the Nga Hau E

Wha National Marae on Pages

Rd.

The players will then head

to Wainoni Park for a skills

session with junior players from

around the city, followed by a

clinic for Canterbury

coaches with the Manly

technical staff.

At the end of the clinic, the

team will open the gates to all

fans and their families to meet

the players in person, get a selfie

and some autographs.

On the Wednesday, the Sea

Eagles will deliver the NRL’s

well-being programme at 12

schools, including Haeata,

Rawhiti, Linwood North and

Bromley primary schools.

On game day, local rugby

league clubs will be heavily

involved with junior curtainraisers

before kick-off and a

halftime relay where the fastest

club members can win $1000

for their club thanks to AMI

Insurance.

Eagles

almost

come from

behind

to beat

Panthers

THE ARANUI Eagles came

desperately close to pulling off a

spectacular come-from-behind

victory against heavyweights the

Hornby Panthers on Saturday,

eventually falling just short 20-18.

The Panthers seemed on course

for a comfortable win in their

Massetti Cup rugby league clash

when they led by 16 at halftime.

Panthers winger Charlie Charlie

notched up a first-half double to

take his try tally to five in his past

two outings.

However, in response the Eagles

scored the only tries of the second

half, running in three to provide a

cliff-hanger ending.

Goal kicking proved vital with

both teams scoring four tries, but

the Eagles only managed to get one

conversion.

The Panthers have now won five

games on the trot – three of them

coming by margins of four points

or less.

The Northern Bulldogs returned

to the winning circle via a 28-18

win over Papanui Tigers at Papanui

Domain. Two tries to brilliant

hooker Chase Kereama-Williams

spearheaded the crucial result for

the Bulldogs.

Big night of awards for surf lifesavers

SURF LIFESAVERS from the

New Brighton, North Beach,

South Brighton and clubs were

recognised at the Canterbury-

Tasman awards of excellence

on Saturday night.

A total of 24 awards were

given out at the event at Sixty6

On Peterborough to lifeguards

who have been commended for

their remarkable efforts both

on the beach and in competitive

sports competitors.

The Waikuku, Spencer Park,

Taylors Mistake and Sumner

surf lifesaving clubs also took

home awards.

Surf Life Saving New Zealand

southern region manager,

Stu Bryce, said it was a great

opportunity to celebrate and

thank the lifeguards and club

members for their “invaluable

contribution” to their communities.

“We are so proud to hear

these stories and celebrate the

successes of everyone at these

awards, from our lifeguards to

coaches, sports people and innovators.

They all play in vital

role on our beaches and it is

great being able to acknowledge

that.”

Every year, regional awards of

excellence ceremonies are held

around the country to officially

recognise members for their

hard work and dedication to

surf lifesaving. The national

awards of excellence will

be held later this year in Auckland.

REMARKABLE WORK:

Surf lifesavers in the

eastern suburbs have

been recognised at the

Canterbury-Tasman

awards of excellence.

Awards of excellence

winners:

•Event guard of the year

– Justice Shaw-Cross,

Spencer Park

•Coach of the year

– James Gaskell, New

Brighton

•Innovation of the year

– Dean Le Warne, Board

Fins from Milk Bottle

Tops, North Beach

•Instructor of the

year – Linda Poulsen,

Spencer Park

Service awards:

•Regional service –

Emma Derrick, North

Beach; Dean Isherwood,

North Beach; Morgan

Foster, South Brighton.

Regional Distinguished

Service – Colin

Mackenzie, North Beach


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JP Clinic at Shirley Library

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.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi

Tuesday, 11.15-11.45am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an interactive

programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

This is a free session.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

Simultaneous Storytime –

Hickory Dickory Dash

Wednesday, 1-1.15pm

Go along to the New Brighton

Library and listen to a fun

reading of the children’s book

Hickory Dickory Dash.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde, Shirley Library,

36 Marshland Rd, and Aranui

Library, 109 Aldershot St

Playstation Tournament

Email gilbert.wealleans@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Test out your skills and be in

to great prizes. Free, no bookings

required. Recommended for ages

11-24 years.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Minecraft Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Get creative, start crafting.

Build imaginative worlds and

battle nocturnal creatures at the

learning centre’s Minecraft Club.

Novice or expert, join the club

and play with your friends in our

very own world. A tutor will be

in attendance to supervise and

assist if necessary. Gold coin, no

bookings. Term time only.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Parade

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Rocket Club is a weekly afterschool

programme which runs

during term time. All whanau

are welcome to join the club and

become involved in different

activities based on local and

current events in a fun learning

environment. Homework help

is available during this time.

Free to attend and no bookings

required.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

Go along to the New Brighton Library for a fun Reading to

Dogs session. Designed to provide a relaxed, non-threatening

atmosphere which encourages children to practice their reading

skills and develop a love of reading. The programme uses

dogs which are the beloved pets of the city council animal

management team. These furry friends have all been trained

and tested for health, safety and temperament. Library staff

and a dog handler will be present at all times to help facilitate

the sessions which are 15min long. Bookings are essential,

please call 941 7923.

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go and join in a game

of Rummikub, a tile-based

game for two to four players,

combines elements of the card

game rummy and mahjong. No

charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

CV drop-in

Thursday, 10am-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their resume. You can get

guidance on creating, updating,

and editing your CV.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Linwood College Showcase

Concert – New Zealand Music

Month

Thursday, 5-7pm

Go and support Linwood

College students showcase their

musical and dancing talents at

this family-friendly and energyfilled

event. Part of Youth Week

and New Zealand Music Month,

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

Barrier-Free Computing

Saturday, 10am-noon

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Seaside Market

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Held in the Brighton

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SAS Club presents

The DnD DUO

THE DnD DUO (aka Dateless n

Desperate) entertains at the St

Albans Shirley Club this Saturday

night.

Made up of Jojo (vocals, guitar)

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that is a regular act on the chartered

club circuit across the country.

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section of material. Country, Celtic,

classic Rock, Pop, Rock n Roll, with

a few one hit wonders thrown in for

good measure. Catch them this

Saturday. 7pm start.

And on Friday night there’s Super

Rugby action live with Crusaders v

Hurricanes from 7.35pm.

The Club Bistro has a tasty new

winter menu. With Mains priced

from as little as $14 through to $24,

the selection is affordable and

excellent value. The Bistro is open

Thursday, Friday and Saturday from

5pm to 8pm.

There’s also plenty of easy access,

off street parking or if you prefer,

leave the car at home - the Club

Shuttle is available Thursday, Friday

and Saturday evenings.

Located on the cusp of St Albans

Lunch & Dinner

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7 days

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1 prize of B&B in Timaru: Paulette Rae

nd

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rd

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HAPPY HOUR

5PM - 7PM DAILY

and Shirley, the SAS Club provides its

members and affiliate members access to

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live entertainment; and shuttle.

Anyone can apply to become a member of

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are welcome to call in and check out the

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385 1632.

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