Southern View: June 05, 2018

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Heritage buildings

The time frame to repair quake

damage may be shortened

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New approach

School’s plans to expand

Halswell campus

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

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Shellfish numbers threatened

• By Sarla Donovan

COCKLE NUMBERS in the

Avon-Heathcote Estuary are in

serious decline.

A six-month study shows the

population has fallen dramatically

since a 2012 survey, from

around 400 per sq m to between

50 and 80 per sq m in some

areas.

Biological sciences student

Stephanie Hampson has been researching

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The results suggest the current

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

CYCLISTS SAY recent upgrades

to Dyers Rd have not made it safer

for them.

They have the backing of city

councillor Yani Johanson who

wants separated cycleways along

the busy route between South

New Brighton and Woolston.

Cyclists have made submissions

over the issue to the city council’s

Long Term Plan 2018-2028.

The New Zealand Transport

Agency is being pushed to redress

its decision of not adding a separated

cycleway along Dyers Rd

when it undertook a $3.2 million

project of widening the road last

year.

Concerns have been raised

in the Long Term Plan 2018-

2028 submissions with residents

calling it a “missed opportunity

but not too late to rectify.”

But a NZTA spokeswoman said

it may not be ideal to encourage

cyclists to use the stretch of highway

due to speed of traffic, the

refuse depot and people towing

trailers with loose items such as

tree branches.

She said the agency installed

on -road cycleways on both sides

of Dyers Rd over the extents of the

project.

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DISTURBING DATA on page 1 today

about declining cockle numbers in the

estuary.

Researcher Stephanie Hampson believes

the catch limit of 150 a day, which has been

around since the mid-80s, needs to drop

significantly to ensure sustainability.

A big part of the problem - if not all of the problem - is people

are operating in groups, sometimes nine at a time, and taking

upwards of 1000 cockles a day.

That keeps individuals within the 150 limit.

People say they are unaware of the limit. That’s possible. But

clearly the rules have to change.

The flow-on affect of this is on bird life, which feed on the

cockles.

Less cockles means less birds.

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Cameras could go into Linwood Village

• By Julia Evans

CCTV CAMERAS could be

installed at Linwood Village to

monitor problems there.

During a site visit recently, city

council staff and police went to

the area to see if cameras were

necessary.

A city council report said there

should be cameras installed

on the corner of Stanmore Rd

and Gloucester St, and on the

Stanmore Rd and Worcester St

intersection.

THe Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

has submitted a formal request

to police for the cameras to be

installed, as well as to get a quote

for funding.

THe board will have to find

money for the cameras through

its own budget, as there is no

funding earmarked in the Long

Term Plan.

THe cameras are the latest

in the saga to get drug use and

drinking off the streets off the

village.

THe city council approved a

24-hour, seven day a week liquor

ban for the area until at least

December, answering calls from

residents, businesses and police.

It is looking to make the liquor

ban permanent.

Earlier this year the board

asked city council staff to

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Photographic hoardings have

been put up around Lancaster

Park to celebrate the stadium’s

past. From the Pope and rugby

stars to a Queen and her consort,

all are featured on new signage

that will remain around the

site during its demolition. Next

month the roofs of the Paul Kelly

and Deans stands will be removed

and demolition of the Tui Stand

will start.

PIER OPEN

The New Brighton Pier is fully

reopened to the public after 16

months of earthquake repairs,

much of it below sea-level. Since

Saturday people were able to

walk the full 300m length of the

structure. The city council’s city

services general manager David

Adamson said all 17 support

columns have been fixed.

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HISTORY: The heritage-listed Mitre Hotel on Norwich Quay was damaged in the

September 2010 and February and June 2011 earthquakes. It has been fenced off

since 2011.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Quake-strengthening time

frame could be shortened

• By Sarla Donovan

THE HEAT is going on

owners of earthquakeprone

properties across

Christchurch – including

Canterbury’s oldest pub,

Lyttelton’s Mitre Hotel.

New provisions introduced

into the Building

Act (2004) last year require

local authorities in areas

of high seismic risk to

identify earthquake-prone

“priority buildings” in high

traffic areas or on strategic

transport routes.

Such buildings will have

to be strengthened twice

as quickly as non-priority

buildings, shortening the

time frame from 15 years

to 7.5 years.

That’s because they

could collapse during an

earthquake and impede

•From page 1

Ms Hampson measured

the number and size of

cockles in areas near the

Mt Pleasant causeway, the

Beachville Rd jetty and the

Mt Pleasant Yacht Club.

“I was really surprised,”

she said, “I wasn’t expecting

it to decline that much,

I thought we might find

a little bit less but not like

this . . . a lot of them are

really small because there’s

not enough good nutrients.

We had cockles eight or

nine years old that were

only 20-30mm which is

smaller than they should be

for their age.”

Cockles can live for 20

years but eight to nine years

is typical as there is high

juvenile mortality rate.

Beds alongside the causeway

and yacht club were

heavily depleted.

“The areas near the

causeway are hard-hit by

collecting so there’s not

enough time for them

important routes.

Consultation is due to

take place over the next

few months to determine

which buildings fit the

criteria.

Norwich Quay is a key

route for traffic accessing

Lyttelton Port.

A city council spokeswoman

said no dates had

been set but consultation

would take place in the

second half of this year.

A sly grog shop called

the Mitre opened on the

Norwich Quay site in 1849

but the current concrete

building is the third incarnation

after the first was

destroyed by fire in 1875

and the second in 1926.

A letter and earthquakeprone

building notice was

sent to the owner of the

Mitre Hotel in January and

to establish and the area

closest to the Mt Pleasant

Yacht Club was also low

which might be due to

disturbance and unhealthiness

from cars driving near

to the beach. We struggled

to find more than 40 across

that entire site – about 10m

right beside the water line.”

A survey of 100 estuary

users found some were collecting

in groups as large

as nine; collectively they

could take more than 1000

cockles in one day and still

be within the limit.

Most people didn’t know

what the limit was.

“Some thought it was

similar to Auckland, some

thought it was a bucketful,

some thought it was

between 150 and 400.”

Signs put up with catch

limits “kept disappearing.”

Ms Hampson attributes

the decline to a combination

of poor nutrients and

pressure from collecting.

“With the earthquakes,

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the spokeswoman confirmed

other potentially affected

building owners had

been sent a similar letter

about the consultation.

The pub has been closed

since the February 22,

2011, earthquake.

CERA installed safety

barriers around the building

in March 2012, which

cannot be removed until

the owner undertakes

structural strengthening,

which will require a building

consent.

No building consent has

been lodged with the city

council nor any application

for heritage funding.

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to do? Email your

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Shellfish under threat

the silt was blocking the

cockles’ gills and I think

that affected their health; if

they’re not as healthy they

won’t be producing as many

baby cockles. And then

because people are taking

so many, there’s not enough

replacement in the system;

they don’t have the chance

to recover and grow.”

“I think for people to

still be able to collect there

needs to be a lower limit,

especially in the hardest hit

areas. At this rate, in the

channel they’re going to

die. Eventually there will

be so few the only ones that

are big enough to reproduce

will be taken.”

The research was funded

by Canterbury University

and the Avon-Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust.

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

Should the limit be

reduced from 150 per

day or a temporary ban

put in place? Email sarla.

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Health woes beat drummer

• By Julia Evans

GARY GURDEN was 48 hours

into a drumming world record

attempt when he hit a wall.

The Woolston landscaper

was forced to stop for medical

reasons.

Mr Gruden set out on Friday

to break the Guinness world

record for marathon drumming

– 133 hours of playing

recognisable songs, with no

improvisation and only hourly

5min breaks.

His brother Colin said he

burnt out on Sunday afternoon,

two days into the continuous

drumming.

“It was going, it was going

and it was going well. Now it’s

gone. But he managed about

48 hours of solid drumming,

which is pretty amazing,” he

said.

Mr Gurden was supposed to

be drumming until 2am last

Thursday to break the record

held by Portugal’s Carlos

Santos.

But that doesn’t mean that

the world record isn’t still in his

sights.

“He’s a learnt a few things that

he needs to take into consideration

for next time,” Mr Gurden

said.

In 12 months, after a lot more

practice, his brother would once

PERCUSSION: Gary Gurden at the drum kit an hour into his

record attempt – 47 hours later, he burnt out. ​

again pick up his drum sticks

and sit down to attempt the

world record.

“You’ve got to build yourself

up to something like this. You

don’t become a champion boxer

by going straight in and coming

out on top.”

Mr Gurden said his brother

has been drumming for 30

years and is known as the “beat

master blaster” and he had every

confidence he would bring the

record home at some stage.

“He’s got to prove he can do it

for himself.”

•From page 1

There is also a footpath on the

western side of Dyers Rd and a

small length of footpath on the

eastern side tied into the parking

bays and pedestrian crossing

point.

But Cr Johanson said

he cannot see how the

current cycle lanes are

safer.

“Without a question

that is going to be a

popular cycle route for

people going from New

Brighton to Sumner

along the Coastal Pathway.

“You think how dangerous is it

when you have got heavy vehicles,

a lot of debris and the tragedy

there was room for a separate

cycleway and they didn’t do it,”

he said.

Cr Johanson has asked Infrastructure,

Transport and Environment

Committee chairwoman

Pauline Cotter and Mayor Lianne

Dalziel to write to NZTA over the

issue.

He is hoping in the future it

will be a “fundamental requirement”

for NZTA to add cycleways

to state highways.

About two weeks ago, the

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dangerous by cyclists

Yani Johanson

Community Board requested a

post-construction road safety

audit on Dyers Rd from NZTA.

Figures show about nine per

cent of all traffic using Dyers Rd

are buses/heavy vehicles.

New Brighton resident

Celeste Marie Donovan

said in a submission it

was “highly disappointing”

to discover after

months of roadworks, a

cycleway was not added.

Resident Elizabeth

Odell said cycling along

Dyers Rd is not for the

“faint-hearted.”

“It is quite freaky riding your

bike along Dyers Rd, with fast

vehicles beside you and heaps of

trucks thundering by,” she said.

Spokes Canterbury chairman

Don Babe said cycleways are

expensive and refitting a cycleway

on Dyers Rd will be far more

expensive now than originally.

He said it is much better to get

it right the first time.

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New approach to education

Seven Oaks

School’s plan

to expand

its Halswell

campus

• By Anan Zaki

A YEAR since moving to

Halswell, Seven Oaks School is

still in the process of building

– but it wants people to change

perceptions that it’s giving

children too much freedom.

The school, previously located

in Opawa, has a modest roll of

37, but plans to grow and develop

a high school and pre-school

once construction is finished.

Pupils at the school have a curriculum

focused around the individual

needs of the child with

a strong emphasis on mental

well-being. And principal Molly

Watson believes it is the way of

the future.

The teaching focuses around

the concept of social and emotional

learning.

“Social and emotional learning

is teaching kids what feelings are,

and to start to name their own

feelings. It’s the work of getting

to know what’s happening with

you,” Ms Watson said.

Other schools had similar programmes,

she said, but what sets

the school “apart” from others is

that social and emotional learning

drives their curriculum.

But that doesn’t mean the

school is ignoring the national

curriculum.

“We follow the national curriculum,

it’s a good document.

We just don’t use it in a prescriptive

way,” Ms Watson said.

Even though academic learning

is not the primary driver of

the curriculum, Seven Oaks pupils

take part in the ‘progressive

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

Millie Palmer, 10, Charlotte Watson, 11, Alena Harvey, 13 and Hana McDonald, 10.

PHOTOS: ANAN ZAKI

achievement test’, and the pupils

score above the national average

standards. Ms Watson pointed to

science for their approach.

“We don’t have to guess how

the brain works. We know when

the brain matures, we know

when the ideal time is to teach

reading,” she said.

“We do start slower – year

1 and 2 classes are play-based.

Things are offered, children can

come when they are ready,” she

said.

But that doesn’t mean there are

no academic activities offered at

that age.

“There might be a child who is

five that wants to read, we’re not

going to say no. If they are coming

to it naturally, then we’re going

to offer it,” Ms Watson said.

Another method taught at the

school is called Feuerstein, a programme

which teaches children

how to learn.

“You’re not learning maths,

but you’re learning how to learn

maths,” Ms Watson said.

The programme is taught by

Feuerstein specialist teacher

Mike Rea.

“It’s about children learning

how to help themselves, how

to come to a problem and have

solutions, to be able to find a

LEARNING: Seven Oaks

School principal Molly

Watson watches over pupils

painting sunsets.

•Seven Oaks School

was initially set up in

Opawa in 2009, but

purchased an 8ha site

on Murphys Rd the

following year and

moved to the site in

July

•The school has 37

pupils from years 1-8

•By 2026, the school

wants to have 480

pupils and set up a

pre-school and high

school

•Class sizes are limited

to 15 pupils

•The school’s chairman

is Macpac founder

Bruce McIntyre

starting point and ways through

the problem,” Mr Rea said.

“So the children are learning

to question and to think in a

deeper way about the learning

process so that eventually their

brain becomes more efficient and

can tackle any situation.”

Because each child has a

personalised curriculum,

the school places pupils with

learning disabilities together

in classes with pupils without

disabilities.

Children with learning

disabilities followed the

Arrowsmith programme,

which was aimed at improving

cognitive function in children

with learning disabilities.

Ten-year-old pupil Hana

McDonald, who was in the

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enjoyed her learning experience

at the school.

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in what you do. I used to go to

Cashmere [Primary School] and

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News

A REVISED plan for Woolston

Village that supports the area’s

special character has been

released for consultation.

The new plan aims to create

an attractive and distinctive

Ferry Rd area that also takes

into account the needs of

people passing through the

area and stopping at the

village.

Following the release of the

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Village.

Distinctive plan for Woolston

open for public feedback

initial plan, concerns were

raised about the impact of

fewer car parks on local businesses

and the community.

City council staff took those

concerns and revised the plan

to retain more parking spaces

than the previous proposal and

supports Woolston’s special

character as a village and destination.

It also includes safety improvements

for pedestrians,

cyclists and bus users.

Consultation on the revised

plan will be open from today

via the city council’s Have Your

Say web page until July 3.

A drop-in session with city

council staff presentations will

be held from 4.30 to 6.30pm on

June 13 at the St Johns Church

Lounge on the corner of Ferry

Rd and St Johns St.

A NEW children’s book has been

launched to tackle bullying head

on – and it tells the story of some

familiar Canterbury icons.

Bayleys Canterbury and the BNZ

Crusaders have teamed up to launch

Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage.

Aimed at school children aged

five to eight, it tells the story of

Ace, a young horse who is being

bullied by his peers. He dreams of

becoming one of the six Crusaders

Bayleys Horses which ride out at

the start of every home game.

The story ends well for Ace who

achieves his dream, just as his

real-life character did.

Ace, a four-year-old

thoroughbred mare was in

training when the book was being

written. He made his debut on the

field on May 12 at AMI Stadium

when the BNZ Crusaders beat the

Waratahs 31-29.

Holly, another character in the

book who stands up for Ace, is

the horse that sets the pace for the

others and keeps them on track,

even though she’s third in line.

Ace: A Horsey Tail of Courage

aims to encourage children to

speak-up and report incidents

of bullying whether they are the

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students reported the secondhighest

rate of bullying in the

OECD.

Bayleys Canterbury general

manager Pete Whalan said he was

proud to be working

with the Crusaders to deliver

an important message to Kiwi

kids.

“The Crusaders sporting

prowess, combined with the

team’s reputation in the wider

community and the easilyapproachable

persona of the

Crusaders horses, will enable

the anti-bullying message to be

spread among the key audiences

throughout the country.”

The book has been written by

Friday Creative’s Katy Clook, and

illustrated by Kophie Hulsbosch.

There is also advice in it for

parents.

The books can be pre-ordered

on the BNZ Crusaders website,

and will be sold for $20 at the

Crusaders home games against

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Cashmere High steps up to win exchange

SPORTS

• By Jacob Page

CASHMERE HIGH School won

their annual sports exchange

with Nelson’s Waimea College

on home turf last week

Cashmere won the five match

exchange 4-1, reclaiming the

inter-school shield they lost last

year.

Cashmere won the boys

basketball 80-56, the boys

football 4-1, the girls football 5-3,

and the senior netball 40-37.

Waimea won the girls

basketball 82-58.

Cashmere sports director

Michael Jones said the event

with Waimea was the school’s

only sports exchange and they

were thrilled to win it given the

history.

“There was some really close

fought games, but both football

and basketball is pretty strong

for us at the moment,” he said.

Cashmere’s boys first XI

football team is currently

unbeaten after four rounds of the

Christchurch secondary schools’

competition, having won all four

of their games.

This exchange was first

contested in 1959 and went until

1970 before stopping for the next

40 years. It was started again in

2013.

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

College.

PHOTOS: ANDREW THOMPSON

Mr Jones said the fixture was

always highly anticipated and

he hoped it continued for many

years.

“It’s great that we were able

to restart this after a hiatus,”

he said. “It provides both

schools with an opportunity to

play opposition they wouldn’t

normally play.

“With secondary school

tournament weeks becoming a

focus, it’s really great that both

schools embrace this and give

the students a chance to travel

and play,” he said.

The fixture is likely to be

played in Nelson next year.

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Creative writing

Wednesday, 4pm-5.45pm

Group leader Jennifer

works with group members

to craft, create and

develop their own work.

Bring with you some pens

or pencils, (even a laptop),

paper, and any of your

wonderful ideas, storytelling,

or art! Talk to any

of the friendly Linwood

Library team for more

information. Suitable

for adults and teens. No

charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre.

Spider Art: Room 14,

Linwood Avenue School

Wednesday, 9am-6pm

Linwood Avenue school

pupils are regular visitors

to Linwood Library and

this month we are delighted

to present art work

by students of Room 14,

Linwood Avenue School.

Titled ‘Spider Art’, these

vibrant mixed media

paintings, enable everyone

the opportunity to come

and see some of the work

our students of our community

schools are doing.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Mid-Week Laughter

Club

Wednesday, 6-7pm

Go along to a club with

the focus on getting over

stress. It aims to release

endorphins and help you

relax and lower stress

levels. There is no comedy,

stand-up or jokes at this

session. Instead, you

are encouraged to make

yourself laugh at nothing

at all for the purpose of

relaxing. Entry is $2.

St Marks Methodist

Church, cnr Barrington

and Somerfield Sts

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-

1pm

Go along to Linwood

Library for a friendly craft

corner session. Take your

knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and

enjoy time with other

crafters. Have a look at our

range of books to get ideas

for your next project. Free,

beginners welcome.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10-noon

Go and join in on a

game of Rummikub, a

tile-based game for two

to four players, combines

elements of the card game

rummy and mahjong.

There is no charge to play.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Beyond Beginner iPads

Friday, 9am–10.30am

Part of a six week course

on Fridays, finishing

June15. Expand your iPad

knowledge by focussing

on a different topic each

week. Explore working

and playing on the iPad,

music, books, movies and

social networking. Bookings

essential – places are

limited. Cost $15 for the

six-week course.

South Library, 66 Colombo

St corner Hunter Tce

and Colombo St

Scrabble @ Linwood

Library

Friday, 10.30-noon

Go along to the Scrabble

club every Friday. No

obligation, just go along

when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials

are supplied. No fee.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Spreydon Social Games

Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Join a friendly game or

two of Upwords, Scrabble,

cards, Chess, Mahjong and

more.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Opawa Farmers’

Market

Sunday, 9am-noon

Go along to the farmers’

Email gilbert.wealleans@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Girls Minecraft Club, Saturday, 2.30pm to 3.30pm, South Library. Get creative,

start crafting. Build imaginative worlds and battle nocturnal creatures at the

learning centres’ 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. Bookings essential – places are limited. Age – 8-12 years,

Cost is $20 per child per term.

market for organic and

delicious produce from

local growers. Enjoy

sipping on a coffee while

wandering around the

market and checking out

the food on offer. From

artisan bread and French

pastries to fresh berries

and local cheeses, there

will be something for

everyone.

275 Fifield Tce, Opawa.

Spark Jump – help for

families to get online at

home

Monday, 10am-noon

Christchurch City

Libraries are teaming up

with the 20/20 Trust to

offer Spark Jump. Spark

Jump is designed for

families in low-income

communities with the

care of children (aged 0

to 18) who don’t have a

current fixed broadband

connection at home, and

whose household is in

the 4G coverage area.

Workshop participants

receive a free wifi modem

and 30GB of data for $10

on the pre-pay service

with no fixed contract.

Register online or phone

941 7923

Linwood Library, 1st

Floor Eastgate Shopping

Centre, Buckleys Rd

JP Clinic at Linwood

Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the

peace is available at the

library. Services provided

include witness

signatures on documents,

certification of document

copies, taking oaths,

declarations,affidavits or

affirmations,applications

for the dissolution of

marriage or civil union,

citizenship applications,

sponsorship applications,

and rates rebate

applications. This is a free

service. No appointment is

required.

Linwood Library, 1st

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SENIOR LIVING

Plenty to do at McKenzie

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The final stage of villa development is

progressing well at McKenzie Lifestyle

Village in Geraldine with target completion

in spring. Just a hand full of sites available

to secure off plan, so don’t be the one

to miss out. Moving into a brand new

architecturally designed villa priced from

$335,000 with the monthly outgoing fees

being fixed for life. Future plans see an

offering of Assisted Care Apartments

that compliment the independent

lifestyle living.

Our beautiful Leisure Centre is very

popular with the residents who make

full use of the swimming and spa

pools, gymnasium, craft room, library

and lounge area. Outside, the Bowling

Green is also popular along with

Petanque, Mini-golf and Table Bowls.

This coming summer will see Croquet

being played on our Village Green.

The residents’ monthly activities

calendar boasts the following; bowls

IT’S LIKE HOLIDAYS

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Lots of people spend their holidays

here in Geraldine. But why just have a

holiday when you can move here instead?

Make the move to Geraldine’s McKenzie

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events, concert going (Operatunity),

shopping trips, lunch outings, yoga,

housie, Qigong (Tai Chi), happy hour,

knitting, quiz nights, cards and games,

book club, Bible discussion, craft

sessions, and there are regular visits by

the hairdresser, massage therapist and

the podiatrist.

Geraldine is a great little town

that many come to for a holiday but

you have the opportunity to live the

holiday lifestyle all year round. There

is plenty to do in and around the town

with art galleries, theatre and cinema,

interesting shops and boutiques, two

museums and a wide range of good places

to eat. For the more adventurous there are

river and forest walks nearby, opportunities

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HOME & HEATING

Choosing the right heat

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Whether it be a new build, or a retrofit, job but not be unnecessarily overpowered. reputable and reliable products. All brands vary

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Tuesday [Edition June 5 datE] 2018 153

HOME & HEATING

Get the right

choice for winter

Every year around about

now people start to plan

ahead for their winter

heating needs. High on

most people’s ‘must have’

list is a Heat Pump. They

have naturally become

extremely popular because

of their cheap heat and

“touch of a button”

convenience.

Heat pumps are

however a significant,

long term investment, so

it’s important to make the

right choice.

New Zealand properties tend to be of

unique design and have many features that

greatly affect their heating requirements.

Factors such as location, orientation to

the sun, room volume, heat loss surface

area, and room air flow characteristics, etc.

all play a major role. This means that the

heat pump that is right for your friend or

neighbour is not necessarily right for you.

Add to that the fact that all manufacturers

claim to have the best, quietest, most energy

efficient, and have a multitude of constantly

updating models; finding out which heat

pump is best is not so straightforward.

Getting the right heat pump for your

home is a combination of accurate

calculation of the space to be heated, taking

into account all property characteristic,

plus an up to date knowledge of the

performance specifications of all makes

and models available.

This is where the local company Heat

Pump Guys can help. They are fully

independent heat pump specialists, and are

accredited agents for all top brands. They

offer an obligation-free home survey and

completely unbiased advice on which heat

pump is best for you.

So if you are considering getting a

heat pump this year, give them a call on

0800 47 48 97 or visit www.heatpumpguys.

co.nz and book your home assessment.

What makes a great

Heat Transfer System?

There are a number of Heat Transfer

systems on the market. Smooth-Air

ventilation specialists offer a range of HTU

Heat Transfer Units with carefully selected

components to optimise the system:

They use insulated duct to transfer the

heated air with as little heat loss as possible.

The fan moves sufficient air for the distance

and number of rooms, without being noisy.

The diffusers send the heat to the floor,

not to skim the across the ceilings. All

components are good quality - designed to

operate for years without problems.

Smooth-Air’s HTUs come in a range of

options: One to four rooms, with or without

thermostat and with a choice of grilles and

diffusers. HTUs improve energy efficiency

in your house, as you are using excess

heat. They have low power consumption

- only 80watts for the three room system.

Circulating air through the house also

reduces the risk of damp.

You can also choose the HTU version

with downjet diffusers, which throw the

warm air downwards to the floor. These

downjet diffusers can also be adjusted to

regulate which room receives the most

warm air.

An average size living room requires 2-4

kw of heating, yet appliances such as log

burners generate heat in the region of 10

-20kw. This leaves an excess of 8 -16kw of

heat which sits at high level in the heated

room, usually above door level.

Heat transfer units work best where very

hot air has ‘stratified’ into a layer near the

ceiling. So heat pumps, which circulate

warm air around the room with no

layering, are not suitable as a heat source

by themselves. However, if you have both

log burner and a heat pump, heat transfer

systems with thermostat can work very

well: The heat pump stops operating once

the heat from the fire has heated the room,

and the heat transfer kicks in above this

point, once there is a layer of hot air at the

ceiling.

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you with your Heat Transfer, as well as

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Tuesday June 5 2018 17

REAL ESTATE

They’ve checked out…so you can check in

19 Fieldmoor Place, Parklands

Auction: Thursday 28th June, 2018 (unless sold prior)

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 2 toilets | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | Listing #PI53337

Showing genuine motivation our owners

have their sights set on new plans ahead.

Such clear focus and specific instructions

means purchasers can pursue with

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Tightly held and enjoyed since 1999, our

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- Four double bedrooms (master with

ensuite and walk-in robe)

- Tastefully updated kitchen cabinetry +

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- Heat pump + wall/ceiling insulation for

winter warmth

- Double internal access garage with

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- Approx. 220sqm dwelling on a full

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- Cosmetic EQC repairs completed (full

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- Rateable value: $500,000

Nestled in the heart of Parklands at the

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