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TUESDAY, JUNE 5, <strong>2018</strong><br />

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DECLINE: Stephanie Hampson has researched the health of shellfish in the estuary and it’s not looking good.<br />

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER<br />

Shellfish numbers threatened<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

COCKLE NUMBERS in the<br />

Avon-Heathcote Estuary are in<br />

serious decline.<br />

A six-month study shows the<br />

population has fallen dramatically<br />

since a 2012 survey, from<br />

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CYCLISTS SAY recent upgrades<br />

to Dyers Rd have not made it safer<br />

for them.<br />

They have the backing of city<br />

councillor Yani Johanson who<br />

wants separated cycleways along<br />

the busy route between South<br />

New Brighton and Woolston.<br />

Cyclists have made submissions<br />

over the issue to the city council’s<br />

Long Term Plan <strong>2018</strong>-2028.<br />

The New Zealand Transport<br />

Agency is being pushed to redress<br />

its decision of not adding a separated<br />

cycleway along Dyers Rd<br />

when it undertook a $3.2 million<br />

project of widening the road last<br />

year.<br />

Concerns have been raised<br />

in the Long Term Plan <strong>2018</strong>-<br />

2028 submissions with residents<br />

calling it a “missed opportunity<br />

but not too late to rectify.”<br />

But a NZTA spokeswoman said<br />

it may not be ideal to encourage<br />

cyclists to use the stretch of highway<br />

due to speed of traffic, the<br />

refuse depot and people towing<br />

trailers with loose items such as<br />

tree branches.<br />

She said the agency installed<br />

on -road cycleways on both sides<br />

of Dyers Rd over the extents of the<br />

project.<br />

•Turn to page 5


2 Tuesday <strong>June</strong> 5 <strong>2018</strong><br />

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DISTURBING DATA on page 1 today<br />

about declining cockle numbers in the<br />

estuary.<br />

Researcher Stephanie Hampson believes<br />

the catch limit of 150 a day, which has been<br />

around since the mid-80s, needs to drop<br />

significantly to ensure sustainability.<br />

A big part of the problem - if not all of the problem - is people<br />

are operating in groups, sometimes nine at a time, and taking<br />

upwards of 1000 cockles a day.<br />

That keeps individuals within the 150 limit.<br />

People say they are unaware of the limit. That’s possible. But<br />

clearly the rules have to change.<br />

The flow-on affect of this is on bird life, which feed on the<br />

cockles.<br />

Less cockles means less birds.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> 5 <strong>2018</strong> 3<br />

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Cameras could go into Linwood Village<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

CCTV CAMERAS could be<br />

installed at Linwood Village to<br />

monitor problems there.<br />

During a site visit recently, city<br />

council staff and police went to<br />

the area to see if cameras were<br />

necessary.<br />

A city council report said there<br />

should be cameras installed<br />

on the corner of Stanmore Rd<br />

and Gloucester St, and on the<br />

Stanmore Rd and Worcester St<br />

intersection.<br />

THe Linwood-Central-<br />

Heathcote Community Board<br />

has submitted a formal request<br />

to police for the cameras to be<br />

installed, as well as to get a quote<br />

for funding.<br />

THe board will have to find<br />

money for the cameras through<br />

its own budget, as there is no<br />

funding earmarked in the Long<br />

Term Plan.<br />

THe cameras are the latest<br />

in the saga to get drug use and<br />

drinking off the streets off the<br />

village.<br />

THe city council approved a<br />

24-hour, seven day a week liquor<br />

ban for the area until at least<br />

December, answering calls from<br />

residents, businesses and police.<br />

It is looking to make the liquor<br />

ban permanent.<br />

Earlier this year the board<br />

asked city council staff to<br />

PREVENTION: CCTV<br />

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regarding installing and<br />

monitoring cameras in the area.<br />

Police and city council traffic<br />

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STADIUM PHOTOS<br />

Photographic hoardings have<br />

been put up around Lancaster<br />

Park to celebrate the stadium’s<br />

past. From the Pope and rugby<br />

stars to a Queen and her consort,<br />

all are featured on new signage<br />

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site during its demolition. Next<br />

month the roofs of the Paul Kelly<br />

and Deans stands will be removed<br />

and demolition of the Tui Stand<br />

will start.<br />

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The New Brighton Pier is fully<br />

reopened to the public after 16<br />

months of earthquake repairs,<br />

much of it below sea-level. Since<br />

Saturday people were able to<br />

walk the full 300m length of the<br />

structure. The city council’s city<br />

services general manager David<br />

Adamson said all 17 support<br />

columns have been fixed.<br />

GRANT FOR THEATRE GROUP<br />

A $10,000 grant has been made<br />

to the Sumner Theatre Group<br />

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since 2011.<br />

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Quake-strengthening time<br />

frame could be shortened<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

THE HEAT is going on<br />

owners of earthquakeprone<br />

properties across<br />

Christchurch – including<br />

Canterbury’s oldest pub,<br />

Lyttelton’s Mitre Hotel.<br />

New provisions introduced<br />

into the Building<br />

Act (2004) last year require<br />

local authorities in areas<br />

of high seismic risk to<br />

identify earthquake-prone<br />

“priority buildings” in high<br />

traffic areas or on strategic<br />

transport routes.<br />

Such buildings will have<br />

to be strengthened twice<br />

as quickly as non-priority<br />

buildings, shortening the<br />

time frame from 15 years<br />

to 7.5 years.<br />

That’s because they<br />

could collapse during an<br />

earthquake and impede<br />

•From page 1<br />

Ms Hampson measured<br />

the number and size of<br />

cockles in areas near the<br />

Mt Pleasant causeway, the<br />

Beachville Rd jetty and the<br />

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club.<br />

“I was really surprised,”<br />

she said, “I wasn’t expecting<br />

it to decline that much,<br />

I thought we might find<br />

a little bit less but not like<br />

this . . . a lot of them are<br />

really small because there’s<br />

not enough good nutrients.<br />

We had cockles eight or<br />

nine years old that were<br />

only 20-30mm which is<br />

smaller than they should be<br />

for their age.”<br />

Cockles can live for 20<br />

years but eight to nine years<br />

is typical as there is high<br />

juvenile mortality rate.<br />

Beds alongside the causeway<br />

and yacht club were<br />

heavily depleted.<br />

“The areas near the<br />

causeway are hard-hit by<br />

collecting so there’s not<br />

enough time for them<br />

important routes.<br />

Consultation is due to<br />

take place over the next<br />

few months to determine<br />

which buildings fit the<br />

criteria.<br />

Norwich Quay is a key<br />

route for traffic accessing<br />

Lyttelton Port.<br />

A city council spokeswoman<br />

said no dates had<br />

been set but consultation<br />

would take place in the<br />

second half of this year.<br />

A sly grog shop called<br />

the Mitre opened on the<br />

Norwich Quay site in 1849<br />

but the current concrete<br />

building is the third incarnation<br />

after the first was<br />

destroyed by fire in 1875<br />

and the second in 1926.<br />

A letter and earthquakeprone<br />

building notice was<br />

sent to the owner of the<br />

Mitre Hotel in January and<br />

to establish and the area<br />

closest to the Mt Pleasant<br />

Yacht Club was also low<br />

which might be due to<br />

disturbance and unhealthiness<br />

from cars driving near<br />

to the beach. We struggled<br />

to find more than 40 across<br />

that entire site – about 10m<br />

right beside the water line.”<br />

A survey of 100 estuary<br />

users found some were collecting<br />

in groups as large<br />

as nine; collectively they<br />

could take more than 1000<br />

cockles in one day and still<br />

be within the limit.<br />

Most people didn’t know<br />

what the limit was.<br />

“Some thought it was<br />

similar to Auckland, some<br />

thought it was a bucketful,<br />

some thought it was<br />

between 150 and 400.”<br />

Signs put up with catch<br />

limits “kept disappearing.”<br />

Ms Hampson attributes<br />

the decline to a combination<br />

of poor nutrients and<br />

pressure from collecting.<br />

“With the earthquakes,<br />

SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

the spokeswoman confirmed<br />

other potentially affected<br />

building owners had<br />

been sent a similar letter<br />

about the consultation.<br />

The pub has been closed<br />

since the February 22,<br />

2011, earthquake.<br />

CERA installed safety<br />

barriers around the building<br />

in March 2012, which<br />

cannot be removed until<br />

the owner undertakes<br />

structural strengthening,<br />

which will require a building<br />

consent.<br />

No building consent has<br />

been lodged with the city<br />

council nor any application<br />

for heritage funding.<br />

•HAVE YOUR SAY:<br />

Is this the right thing<br />

to do? Email your<br />

thoughts to sarla.<br />

donovan@starmedia.<br />

kiwi<br />

Shellfish under threat<br />

the silt was blocking the<br />

cockles’ gills and I think<br />

that affected their health; if<br />

they’re not as healthy they<br />

won’t be producing as many<br />

baby cockles. And then<br />

because people are taking<br />

so many, there’s not enough<br />

replacement in the system;<br />

they don’t have the chance<br />

to recover and grow.”<br />

“I think for people to<br />

still be able to collect there<br />

needs to be a lower limit,<br />

especially in the hardest hit<br />

areas. At this rate, in the<br />

channel they’re going to<br />

die. Eventually there will<br />

be so few the only ones that<br />

are big enough to reproduce<br />

will be taken.”<br />

The research was funded<br />

by Canterbury University<br />

and the Avon-Heathcote<br />

Estuary Ihutai Trust.<br />

•HAVE YOUR SAY:<br />

Should the limit be<br />

reduced from 150 per<br />

day or a temporary ban<br />

put in place? Email sarla.<br />

donovan@starmedia.kiwi


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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> 5 <strong>2018</strong> 5<br />

Health woes beat drummer<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

GARY GURDEN was 48 hours<br />

into a drumming world record<br />

attempt when he hit a wall.<br />

The Woolston landscaper<br />

was forced to stop for medical<br />

reasons.<br />

Mr Gruden set out on Friday<br />

to break the Guinness world<br />

record for marathon drumming<br />

– 133 hours of playing<br />

recognisable songs, with no<br />

improvisation and only hourly<br />

5min breaks.<br />

His brother Colin said he<br />

burnt out on Sunday afternoon,<br />

two days into the continuous<br />

drumming.<br />

“It was going, it was going<br />

and it was going well. Now it’s<br />

gone. But he managed about<br />

48 hours of solid drumming,<br />

which is pretty amazing,” he<br />

said.<br />

Mr Gurden was supposed to<br />

be drumming until 2am last<br />

Thursday to break the record<br />

held by Portugal’s Carlos<br />

Santos.<br />

But that doesn’t mean that<br />

the world record isn’t still in his<br />

sights.<br />

“He’s a learnt a few things that<br />

he needs to take into consideration<br />

for next time,” Mr Gurden<br />

said.<br />

In 12 months, after a lot more<br />

practice, his brother would once<br />

PERCUSSION: Gary Gurden at the drum kit an hour into his<br />

record attempt – 47 hours later, he burnt out. ​<br />

again pick up his drum sticks<br />

and sit down to attempt the<br />

world record.<br />

“You’ve got to build yourself<br />

up to something like this. You<br />

don’t become a champion boxer<br />

by going straight in and coming<br />

out on top.”<br />

Mr Gurden said his brother<br />

has been drumming for 30<br />

years and is known as the “beat<br />

master blaster” and he had every<br />

confidence he would bring the<br />

record home at some stage.<br />

“He’s got to prove he can do it<br />

for himself.”<br />

•From page 1<br />

There is also a footpath on the<br />

western side of Dyers Rd and a<br />

small length of footpath on the<br />

eastern side tied into the parking<br />

bays and pedestrian crossing<br />

point.<br />

But Cr Johanson said<br />

he cannot see how the<br />

current cycle lanes are<br />

safer.<br />

“Without a question<br />

that is going to be a<br />

popular cycle route for<br />

people going from New<br />

Brighton to Sumner<br />

along the Coastal Pathway.<br />

“You think how dangerous is it<br />

when you have got heavy vehicles,<br />

a lot of debris and the tragedy<br />

there was room for a separate<br />

cycleway and they didn’t do it,”<br />

he said.<br />

Cr Johanson has asked Infrastructure,<br />

Transport and Environment<br />

Committee chairwoman<br />

Pauline Cotter and Mayor Lianne<br />

Dalziel to write to NZTA over the<br />

issue.<br />

He is hoping in the future it<br />

will be a “fundamental requirement”<br />

for NZTA to add cycleways<br />

to state highways.<br />

About two weeks ago, the<br />

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dangerous by cyclists<br />

Yani Johanson<br />

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Spokes Canterbury chairman<br />

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Seven Oaks<br />

School’s plan<br />

to expand<br />

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campus<br />

• By Anan Zaki<br />

A YEAR since moving to<br />

Halswell, Seven Oaks School is<br />

still in the process of building<br />

– but it wants people to change<br />

perceptions that it’s giving<br />

children too much freedom.<br />

The school, previously located<br />

in Opawa, has a modest roll of<br />

37, but plans to grow and develop<br />

a high school and pre-school<br />

once construction is finished.<br />

Pupils at the school have a curriculum<br />

focused around the individual<br />

needs of the child with<br />

a strong emphasis on mental<br />

well-being. And principal Molly<br />

Watson believes it is the way of<br />

the future.<br />

The teaching focuses around<br />

the concept of social and emotional<br />

learning.<br />

“Social and emotional learning<br />

is teaching kids what feelings are,<br />

and to start to name their own<br />

feelings. It’s the work of getting<br />

to know what’s happening with<br />

you,” Ms Watson said.<br />

Other schools had similar programmes,<br />

she said, but what sets<br />

the school “apart” from others is<br />

that social and emotional learning<br />

drives their curriculum.<br />

But that doesn’t mean the<br />

school is ignoring the national<br />

curriculum.<br />

“We follow the national curriculum,<br />

it’s a good document.<br />

We just don’t use it in a prescriptive<br />

way,” Ms Watson said.<br />

Even though academic learning<br />

is not the primary driver of<br />

the curriculum, Seven Oaks pupils<br />

take part in the ‘progressive<br />

DIFFERENT: Seven Oaks School teacher Mike Rea with McKenzie Drage, 13, Devon Neale, 12,<br />

Millie Palmer, 10, Charlotte Watson, 11, Alena Harvey, 13 and Hana McDonald, 10.<br />

PHOTOS: ANAN ZAKI<br />

achievement test’, and the pupils<br />

score above the national average<br />

standards. Ms Watson pointed to<br />

science for their approach.<br />

“We don’t have to guess how<br />

the brain works. We know when<br />

the brain matures, we know<br />

when the ideal time is to teach<br />

reading,” she said.<br />

“We do start slower – year<br />

1 and 2 classes are play-based.<br />

Things are offered, children can<br />

come when they are ready,” she<br />

said.<br />

But that doesn’t mean there are<br />

no academic activities offered at<br />

that age.<br />

“There might be a child who is<br />

five that wants to read, we’re not<br />

going to say no. If they are coming<br />

to it naturally, then we’re going<br />

to offer it,” Ms Watson said.<br />

Another method taught at the<br />

school is called Feuerstein, a programme<br />

which teaches children<br />

how to learn.<br />

“You’re not learning maths,<br />

but you’re learning how to learn<br />

maths,” Ms Watson said.<br />

The programme is taught by<br />

Feuerstein specialist teacher<br />

Mike Rea.<br />

“It’s about children learning<br />

how to help themselves, how<br />

to come to a problem and have<br />

solutions, to be able to find a<br />

LEARNING: Seven Oaks<br />

School principal Molly<br />

Watson watches over pupils<br />

painting sunsets.<br />

•Seven Oaks School<br />

was initially set up in<br />

Opawa in 2009, but<br />

purchased an 8ha site<br />

on Murphys Rd the<br />

following year and<br />

moved to the site in<br />

July<br />

•The school has 37<br />

pupils from years 1-8<br />

•By 2026, the school<br />

wants to have 480<br />

pupils and set up a<br />

pre-school and high<br />

school<br />

•Class sizes are limited<br />

to 15 pupils<br />

•The school’s chairman<br />

is Macpac founder<br />

Bruce McIntyre<br />

starting point and ways through<br />

the problem,” Mr Rea said.<br />

“So the children are learning<br />

to question and to think in a<br />

deeper way about the learning<br />

process so that eventually their<br />

brain becomes more efficient and<br />

can tackle any situation.”<br />

Because each child has a<br />

personalised curriculum,<br />

the school places pupils with<br />

learning disabilities together<br />

in classes with pupils without<br />

disabilities.<br />

Children with learning<br />

disabilities followed the<br />

Arrowsmith programme,<br />

which was aimed at improving<br />

cognitive function in children<br />

with learning disabilities.<br />

Ten-year-old pupil Hana<br />

McDonald, who was in the<br />

Feuerstein programme, said she<br />

enjoyed her learning experience<br />

at the school.<br />

“I enjoy having lots of choices<br />

in what you do. I used to go to<br />

Cashmere [Primary School] and<br />

here there are lots of other things<br />

apart from reading, writing and<br />

maths,” she said.


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A REVISED plan for Woolston<br />

Village that supports the area’s<br />

special character has been<br />

released for consultation.<br />

The new plan aims to create<br />

an attractive and distinctive<br />

Ferry Rd area that also takes<br />

into account the needs of<br />

people passing through the<br />

area and stopping at the<br />

village.<br />

Following the release of the<br />

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Feedback<br />

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Village.<br />

Distinctive plan for Woolston<br />

open for public feedback<br />

initial plan, concerns were<br />

raised about the impact of<br />

fewer car parks on local businesses<br />

and the community.<br />

City council staff took those<br />

concerns and revised the plan<br />

to retain more parking spaces<br />

than the previous proposal and<br />

supports Woolston’s special<br />

character as a village and destination.<br />

It also includes safety improvements<br />

for pedestrians,<br />

cyclists and bus users.<br />

Consultation on the revised<br />

plan will be open from today<br />

via the city council’s Have Your<br />

Say web page until July 3.<br />

A drop-in session with city<br />

council staff presentations will<br />

be held from 4.30 to 6.30pm on<br />

<strong>June</strong> 13 at the St Johns Church<br />

Lounge on the corner of Ferry<br />

Rd and St Johns St.<br />

A NEW children’s book has been<br />

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familiar Canterbury icons.<br />

Bayleys Canterbury and the BNZ<br />

Crusaders have teamed up to launch<br />

Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage.<br />

Aimed at school children aged<br />

five to eight, it tells the story of<br />

Ace, a young horse who is being<br />

bullied by his peers. He dreams of<br />

becoming one of the six Crusaders<br />

Bayleys Horses which ride out at<br />

the start of every home game.<br />

The story ends well for Ace who<br />

achieves his dream, just as his<br />

real-life character did.<br />

Ace, a four-year-old<br />

thoroughbred mare was in<br />

training when the book was being<br />

written. He made his debut on the<br />

field on May 12 at AMI Stadium<br />

when the BNZ Crusaders beat the<br />

Waratahs 31-29.<br />

Holly, another character in the<br />

book who stands up for Ace, is<br />

the horse that sets the pace for the<br />

others and keeps them on track,<br />

even though she’s third in line.<br />

Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage<br />

aims to encourage children to<br />

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victims or witnesses. It has already<br />

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Fifteen-year-old students in 51<br />

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perceived bullying. New Zealand<br />

students reported the secondhighest<br />

rate of bullying in the<br />

OECD.<br />

Bayleys Canterbury general<br />

manager Pete Whalan said he was<br />

proud to be working<br />

with the Crusaders to deliver<br />

an important message to Kiwi<br />

kids.<br />

“The Crusaders sporting<br />

prowess, combined with the<br />

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persona of the<br />

Crusaders horses, will enable<br />

the anti-bullying message to be<br />

spread among the key audiences<br />

throughout the country.”<br />

The book has been written by<br />

Friday Creative’s Katy Clook, and<br />

illustrated by Kophie Hulsbosch.<br />

There is also advice in it for<br />

parents.<br />

The books can be pre-ordered<br />

on the BNZ Crusaders website,<br />

and will be sold for $20 at the<br />

Crusaders home games against<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> 5 <strong>2018</strong> 11<br />

Cashmere High steps up to win exchange<br />

SPORTS<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

CASHMERE HIGH School won<br />

their annual sports exchange<br />

with Nelson’s Waimea College<br />

on home turf last week<br />

Cashmere won the five match<br />

exchange 4-1, reclaiming the<br />

inter-school shield they lost last<br />

year.<br />

Cashmere won the boys<br />

basketball 80-56, the boys<br />

football 4-1, the girls football 5-3,<br />

and the senior netball 40-37.<br />

Waimea won the girls<br />

basketball 82-58.<br />

Cashmere sports director<br />

Michael Jones said the event<br />

with Waimea was the school’s<br />

only sports exchange and they<br />

were thrilled to win it given the<br />

history.<br />

“There was some really close<br />

fought games, but both football<br />

and basketball is pretty strong<br />

for us at the moment,” he said.<br />

Cashmere’s boys first XI<br />

football team is currently<br />

unbeaten after four rounds of the<br />

Christchurch secondary schools’<br />

competition, having won all four<br />

of their games.<br />

This exchange was first<br />

contested in 1959 and went until<br />

1970 before stopping for the next<br />

40 years. It was started again in<br />

2013.<br />

BREAK: Cashmere’s Jodie Dean looks to keep possession during her side’s win over Waimea<br />

College.<br />

PHOTOS: ANDREW THOMPSON<br />

Mr Jones said the fixture was<br />

always highly anticipated and<br />

he hoped it continued for many<br />

years.<br />

“It’s great that we were able<br />

to restart this after a hiatus,”<br />

he said. “It provides both<br />

schools with an opportunity to<br />

play opposition they wouldn’t<br />

normally play.<br />

“With secondary school<br />

tournament weeks becoming a<br />

focus, it’s really great that both<br />

schools embrace this and give<br />

the students a chance to travel<br />

and play,” he said.<br />

The fixture is likely to be<br />

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Creative writing<br />

Wednesday, 4pm-5.45pm<br />

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Go along to a club with<br />

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Knit ’n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, 10.30am-<br />

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Go along to Linwood<br />

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Rummikub Club<br />

Thursday, 10-noon<br />

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HOME & HEATING<br />

Choosing the right heat<br />

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to which will be most suitable. Major brands<br />

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Toshiba and Hitachi are all reliable brands<br />

backed up by good technical after sales service.<br />

Ensure your heat pump is installed by an<br />

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The range varies from wall mounted high outdoor entertaining area or right outside Other things to consider when choosing a<br />

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Tuesday [Edition <strong>June</strong> 5 datE] <strong>2018</strong> 153<br />

HOME & HEATING<br />

Get the right<br />

choice for winter<br />

Every year around about<br />

now people start to plan<br />

ahead for their winter<br />

heating needs. High on<br />

most people’s ‘must have’<br />

list is a Heat Pump. They<br />

have naturally become<br />

extremely popular because<br />

of their cheap heat and<br />

“touch of a button”<br />

convenience.<br />

Heat pumps are<br />

however a significant,<br />

long term investment, so<br />

it’s important to make the<br />

right choice.<br />

New Zealand properties tend to be of<br />

unique design and have many features that<br />

greatly affect their heating requirements.<br />

Factors such as location, orientation to<br />

the sun, room volume, heat loss surface<br />

area, and room air flow characteristics, etc.<br />

all play a major role. This means that the<br />

heat pump that is right for your friend or<br />

neighbour is not necessarily right for you.<br />

Add to that the fact that all manufacturers<br />

claim to have the best, quietest, most energy<br />

efficient, and have a multitude of constantly<br />

updating models; finding out which heat<br />

pump is best is not so straightforward.<br />

Getting the right heat pump for your<br />

home is a combination of accurate<br />

calculation of the space to be heated, taking<br />

into account all property characteristic,<br />

plus an up to date knowledge of the<br />

performance specifications of all makes<br />

and models available.<br />

This is where the local company Heat<br />

Pump Guys can help. They are fully<br />

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accredited agents for all top brands. They<br />

offer an obligation-free home survey and<br />

completely unbiased advice on which heat<br />

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So if you are considering getting a<br />

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There are a number of Heat Transfer<br />

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The diffusers send the heat to the floor,<br />

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heat. They have low power consumption<br />

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Circulating air through the house also<br />

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You can also choose the HTU version<br />

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An average size living room requires 2-4<br />

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Tuesday <strong>June</strong> 5 <strong>2018</strong> 17<br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

They’ve checked out…so you can check in<br />

19 Fieldmoor Place, Parklands<br />

Auction: Thursday 28th <strong>June</strong>, <strong>2018</strong> (unless sold prior)<br />

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 toilets | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | Listing #PI53337<br />

Showing genuine motivation our owners<br />

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Tightly held and enjoyed since 1999, our<br />

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- Four double bedrooms (master with<br />

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- Tastefully updated kitchen cabinetry +<br />

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- Heat pump + wall/ceiling insulation for<br />

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- Double internal access garage with<br />

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- Approx. 220sqm dwelling on a full<br />

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- Cosmetic EQC repairs completed (full<br />

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- Rateable value: $500,000<br />

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Open Home Day<br />

Sat 9 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

ent Village, 2 Athol Terrace, Ilam<br />

0 or 027 837 7632<br />

Bupa Parklands Retirement Village, 429 Papanui Rd, Papanui<br />

Lynda MacKay (03) 373 8571 or 027 702 9619


Choosing to live in a retirement village can be an<br />

overwhelming decision. You want to be sure you<br />

are making the right choice as there are several<br />

things to consider. You can give us a call and<br />

have a discussion about any concerns you may<br />

have and our team will be happy to help.<br />

What we can tell you is that becoming a village<br />

resident can be a great new chapter and can<br />

offer the opportunity to make a fresh start with<br />

some like-minded friends. A retirement village<br />

offers a community-type feel and atmosphere<br />

with the benefits of still having privacy and<br />

maintaining your independence.<br />

Bupa Cashmere<br />

<strong>View</strong> Retirement<br />

Village<br />

Sat 9 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

Sun 10 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

Bupa Parkstone<br />

Retirement<br />

Village<br />

Sat 9 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

Sun 10 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

Bupa Parklands<br />

Retirement<br />

Village<br />

Sat 9 <strong>June</strong>, 1pm-3pm<br />

72 Rose St, Cashmere<br />

Rochelle Moore (03) 373 8591<br />

or 027 663 2806<br />

2 Athol Terrace, Ilam 429 Papanui Rd, Papanui<br />

Beth Dunn (03) 341 5700<br />

or 027 837 7632<br />

Lynda MacKay (03) 373 8571<br />

or 027 702 9619

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