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New look church for Burwood

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A LONG-STANDING plan

to redevelop the Burwood

Christian Centre is set to come

into fruition.

Designs on what the church

will look like in the future have

been revealed with work likely

to start in July.

The project,

estimated to cost

$3.3 million,

will include a

new in-house

canteen with

a commercial

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kitchen,

administration

centre, auditorium and

multipurpose room.

An under-five play area is also

included in the plan with the

potential to become a playschool

in the future.

While the centre is in need

of extensive repairs, plans to

extend the church had been

in the making well before the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

In 2000, a multi-purpose gym

hall and additional rooms were

built onto the church with an

auditorium originally planned

to be added.

“We didn’t get quite there. We

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when it is redeveloped and repaired. ​

but then the earthquake hit and

we obviously had to go through

about a five-year process and

put an insurance claim on the

facilities,” pastor Nigel Ripley

said.

Since then, fresh plans have

been formulated.

It is hoped the redevelopment

will be completed by the end of

next year.

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the church on Bassett St

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redevelopment was recently

made to the Coastal -Burwood

Community Board.

Chairwoman Kim Money

said she is “so impressed” by the

work the church does.

“They are very committed

to their community and have

been so for many years and they

are just wanting to grow on

that through expanding their

facilities which is very exciting.”

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programmes currently at full

capacity.

Pastor Ripley said it

was important it take the

opportunity to redevelop the

centre for future generations

rather than only addressing its

immediate needs.

“Hence why we have taken the

plunge to invest more into this

than what we originally planned

to.”

Pastor Ripley said it is

important to reinvest back into

the community which has lost

so much.

The church is hoping to

fundraise $1.9 million for the

redevelopment costs.

The rest of the funding is

likely to come from grant

applications, donations from

church members and borrowing

money on previous rental

properties the church has

purchased.

It will also be looking for

further support from the community.

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Veterinary science is an ever changing,

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digital radiography, which is amazing. Now

I can zoom in on joints and bones to look

for a lesion. We are also moving very shortly

to a new in house laboratory system which

will allow us to perform many more blood

tests in clinic.

Recently we made the

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our veterinary software

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patient monitoring,

both our intensive

care, hospital and

surgical patients,

therefore getting

rid of pen and paper completely. Our old

system had served us well for 15 years but

it was high time to go “cloud based”. Last

week we went “Live” with EzyVet software

and actually its not as difficult as I thought

it would be. I’ve learnt you just need an

open mind as any old dog can learn new

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and more accurate means of recording

every little detail now.

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High use of pokie machines

in eastern suburbs

•From page 1

Shirley had 74 machines

at four venues.

O’Shea’s Public House,

TAB Shirley and Stock

XChange Shirley had 18

machines each, while St

Albans Shirley Club

had 11 and Erawan

Thai had nine.

The total proceeds

were $1.05 million.

The area of Aranui,

Bromley, Richmond

and Wainoni had 72

pokies at Bickertons

Bar and Cafe, The

Glenbyre Tavern, Richmond

Working Men’s Club,

and The Sideline Sports

Bar.

Each venue had 18

machines, with the gaming

machine proceeds being

$1.02 million.

Burwood family gets

dressed up for expo

•From page 1

Mrs Reid, Lily and Chris

then dressed as warrior

fairies on the second day of

Armageddon.

“We went to our first Armageddon

five years ago,”

she said. “My daughter is

quite dramatic. When she

puts her costume on she

loves it, she owns it.”

Mrs Reid makes the costumes

by hand, with a little

help from her kids.

“But only when they

want to help,” she said.

She said this year’s

costumes came straight

from Lily’s imagination.

“It actually made it a lot

harder. When it’s Wonder

Woman, you know what

you’re doing, she knows

who she is. But with this,

we’re just kind of winging

it.”

But Armageddon is not

the only way the Reids

make use of the costumes.

“We do a bit of charity

work with them as well,”

Poto

Williams

Christchurch East MP

Poto Williams said she was

not overly surprised about

the number of machines in

the New Brighton cluster.

She said a lot of people

visited the area because

it was next to the

beach. There was also

a lack of things for

people to do in the

area following the

February 22, 2011,

earthquake, she said.

FANTASY: Lily, Natasha and Chris Reid went as

warrior fairies to day two of Armageddon.

she said.

Sometimes the Reids

get into character to give

their time to Dark Side

Entertainers – a charity

organisation run by the

dark lord himself, Darth

“As a community

we are still struggling

to recover and have

a healthy sense of community.

It’s taken a long time to

rebuild our infrastructure.

We’ve been crying out for

things to do.”

Ms Williams said with

the opening of facilities

such as Taiora: QE II Recreation

and Sport Centre,

there may be more activities

for people to do instead

of using gaming machines.

“As these key facilities are

put in place changes will

happen.”

The Salvation Army

Oasis national operations

manager Lisa Campbell

said it supported 129 people

in Canterbury last year

who were harmed by pub

and club pokie gambling.

She said they saw less

than 10 per cent of people

affected.

“We’d really encourage

people if you’re concerned

about your own gambling

or someone else’s, get in

touch and have a chat. We’re

here to help and you can

reach us on 0800 53 00 00 or

salvationarmy.org.nz.”

Vader. “We’ve been to

children’s birthday parties

when they can’t afford

entertainers themselves . . .

they also visit sick

children in hospital,” Mrs

Reid said.


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Tuesday June 12 2018 5

News

Playground to get

more equipment

• By Bridget Rutherford

NEW BRIGHTON’S

beachside playground is set

to get more equipment, as

resource consents are soon

to be lodged for the new

hot pools development.

Development

Christchurch Ltd, which

built the playground

incorporating the whale

pool, will install additional

play equipment and other

new features.

It will be closed for six

to eight weeks from next

month for the work.

Additional toys would

be installed in the playground’s

waka, as well as

a sound tube, noughts and

crosses and a chalkboard.

A seesaw will be put at

the tail of the waka, so

children of all abilities can

play together. A climbing

structure will be installed

in the sandpit, which will

also have a more accessible

entry made.

The bark areas will be

replaced with all-weather

grass with seating and

shade.

Additional shade, seating

and windscreens will also

be installed, and an artwork

will be sandblasted

into the concrete paving

around the playground.

Permanent carved

features would also be

completed on the waka.

A NEW ambulance

with improved interior

layout has been donated

to St John by Generation

Homes.

The new Gen 3 ambulance

is the latest model

in the St John fleet which

has a layout to allow

ambulance officers to

work more efficiently and

comfortably when treating

patients.

Named after Generations

Homes, the

ambulance was gifted in

a dedication ceremony

recently and will be

stationed where needed in

Canterbury.

St John relies on the

support of individuals and

businesses for funding to

provide it’s vital community

service.

Generation Homes

Christchurch has prioritised

giving to St John

since its beginning with a

long-term goal to donate

an ambulance.

The company has

donated for almost five

years and is approaching

POPULAR: New Brighton’s beachside playground

will close for six to eight weeks for new equipment

to be installed. ​

A DCL spokesman said

the new equipment was

always part of the plan,

and it was included in the

overall budget. Prices for

the new equipment were

being confirmed, he said.

“From the start of the

project we anticipated taking

time after the opening

to further understand and

assess on-going requirements

and opportunities.”

DCL used feedback from

the community after the

playground opened to help

inform what additions

should be installed, he

said.

“Taking time to observe

how the playground functions

has allowed us to

make the best decisions on

additional equipment,” he

said.

“We have planned for

$100,000 in donations to

St John.

South Island fundraising

and marketing

manager for St John

Debbie Pipson said the

ambulance is proof of the

impact a single business

this work to take place

after the July school holidays,

when kids are back at

school and the weather is

less enjoyable.”

Meanwhile, DCL hopes

to have its consents for

the hot pools development

lodged with the city

council this month, the

spokesman said.

The foreshore development,

including the playground

and hot pools, was

allocated $19.2 million. Of

that, $11.2 million would

go into the hot pools.

The playground’s

budget was $8 million,

but included $1 million

for the New Brighton Surf

Life Saving Club rebuild,

and $2 million for coastal

enhancement works to be

done as part of the pools

project.

Company donates ambulance

NEW: St John district operations support manager

Kerry Mitchell, Generation Homes construction

manager Michael Sands and partners Nadja and

Evan Beker, St John Christchurch chairman Graham

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Your Local Views

BIn Inn New

Brighton

owner Nikki

Griffin paints

a picture of

New

Brighton’s

niche market

of ecologically sustainable

shopping

AS I look out the shop window

I see a lot of new people in New

Brighton.

I ask myself what has changed,

I talk to a few people to find out

what has brought them here.

As they are armed with

containers for refilling the penny

drops New Brighton has become

a haven for eco shoppers.

I take a look around me to see

what attracts these people to our

seaside village.

We have Bin Inn using brown

paper bags and five per cent

off when you bring your own

containers, the $3 clothing

shop, “Dave the Bike Man” with

his passion for getting people

on bikes, Redo ReNew New

Brighton with a assortment of

goodies and I haven’t even left

surfside mall yet.

I head across to 105 and

we have Finders Keepers and

Seaside Vintage and the artisan

emporium.

If we head to Seaview Rd by

the roundabout we have Shelley

at Menage A Trios.

Another treasure trove

not far from there is the

Dogwatch Variety Shop and

The Purple Door Boutique Op

Shop with some bargains to be

found.

We also have Stitch-O-Mat

running some fabulous classes

on making reuseable shopping

and produce bags and beeswax

wraps, all in aid of creating a

better environment for us to

enjoy.

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mug wall for their customers

which will add to the beautiful

eco-friendly village that is

unfolding and setting a point

of difference for New Brighton

by bring people from all over

the city to enjoy our piece of

paradise.

So, in my opinion, New

Brighton is finding its niche

market of ecologically

sustainable shopping and dining

experiences as where the future

possibly lies for the rejuvenation

of the business sector of the

village

Readers respond to the

Pegasus Post article on

New Brighton’s Palmers Rd

being narrowed to make it

safer

Readers respond to

Pegasus Post’ article on the

135 Burwood Hospital bus

route which may no longer

travel to New Brighton

Lorraine Kerry – I attended

and spoke at the council meeting

you refer to in your article in the

Pegasus Post of May 22. I was

very impressed with David East’s

opinion of the whole business,

and it is just a pity his opinion

could not have had more weight.

Palmers Rd is more of a thoroughfare

than a “local road” and

why it can’t be reclassified I don’t

know. Bowhill Rd, from Palmers

Rd to Keyes Rd, is 12m wide. I

don’t know what classification

that has but 12m is a good width

and would be better for Palmers

Rd (and without chicanes). In

answer to you question, no I

don’t think narrowing the road

to 10m will be beneficial. Drivers

are more likely to get frustrated

with the narrowing, especially if

cars are parked on both sides of

the road, and another two cars

are trying to pass each other.

At least 10m is a little better

than 9m which was originally

proposed.

Michael Madden – I think

the narrowing of Palmers Rd

will be a disaster for the residents

of this road. As a resident of 21

years I find the council staff’s

stand is arrogant and it will do

what it wants. It was sent away

from the community board

meeting in December to come

CHANGES: Making Palmers Rd narrower to improve safety has

been approved by the Coastal-Burwood Community Board.

up with an alternative plan but

came back in May with the same

plan and said it wants to make

it 9m wide but may go to 10m.

Palmers Rd from Bowhill Rd to

New Brighton Rd is currently

14m wide. The narrowing will

not make the road safer as it will

narrow the road to the extent

that if two cars are parked opposite

each other and two cars

coming from each direction

some one has to give way. Just

like the northern end from Bowhill

Rd to Bower Ave. There are

a lot of cars parked on the side

of Palmers Rd all the way down

all the time and it will make it

a nightmare to negotiate. Then

they want to put in four even

narrower pieces to make it one

way. This annoys most people off

but the boy racers love it as they

get to show off doing burnouts

every time they have to stop and

start again. Real clever. There

are two garages and other businesses

plus there are also some

flats which don’t have off street

parking so there only option is

to park on the roadside. Then

they say they have to slow the

traffic. Why? How slow do you

have to go? Most people from my

observations are travelling at the

correct speeds within the speed

limit. Having taken particular

notice of this issue I have only

noticed three cars speeding in

the street in last month. Using

the city council figures of 1100

cars per day, three out of 30,800

for a month using Palmers Rd

I would say that’s not really an

issue. Okay, I’m not home all

the time, no one is, but even if at

those times there are the odd one

it’s still not many. Then they said

they have to make it safer for

pedestrians. Pedestrians all use

the footpaths now so the only

problem with pedestrian safety

is from twisted ankles from the

shoddy footpaths left by the

council for seven years after the

earthquakes. Palmers Rd is also

used as a link from North Beach

to Wainoni Rd as it is easier

and quicker for some than to go

down Bower Ave. One hundred

per cent of the residents that have

gone to the community board

meetings in December and May

to have their say have all said the

same thing, this is too narrow to

make our street. My alternative

would be to replace the road, foot

paths and drainage as is, and

if they really want to make the

road safer as they say, they would

look at the northern end which

is the dangerous part and make

that wider. But they have already

said that’s not up for discussion.

All we really want is the road we

have now fixed.

Tanya Didham – It’s almost

like they are trying to make

buses less convenient? Seems

silly to stop there, when it’s a just

a few more kilometres on to the

road that connects New Brighton

(and North New Brighton) with

the hospital. Changing this

service before the schools are up

and running, and the real needs

are known, is ill-timed.

Anbarbara Duckett – Any

bus service is about people first.

They are after all why you exist.

Plan your service accordingly,

people not roads.

Readers respond

to Pegasus Post article

about the makeover of the

former Movieman site on

Stanmore Rd by New World

and Shirley Boys’ High

School students

Rachel Crawford – Fantastic

job New World Stanmore.

Taking their own time and

materials to improve our neighbourhood.

Kasey Amber Johnston –

The Linwood end of Stanmore

Rd could do with a clean up too.

Robyn Rodgers – Well done

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Students take on good Samaritan challenge

SCHOOLS

EXPERIENCE: Marian College and Catholic Cathedral College joined together for the fifth time to

take part in the Caritas Challenge recently. ​

Ferrymead Mitre 10 team

cleans up cemetery as part

of Helping Hands initiative

A MASSIVE clean-up of the Lyttelton

Anglican Cemetery has left it looking

a lot smarter.

Ten team members from Mitre

10 MEGA Ferrymead spent hours

weeding, cutting, pruning and

mowing as part of a community

initiative called Helping Hands.

Launched to mark the 10th

Anniversary of Mitre 10 MEGA

Ferrymead, the store is selecting 10

applicants whom staff will help with

their project.

They can be from individual and/or

community groups and have a project

that can be completed within 10 hours

with the help of 10 team members.

The Canterbury St cemetery was the

first project to receive help.

It’s where the graveyard scenes from

Peter Jackson’s The Frighteners were

filmed and has become overgrown in

recent years.

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead spokeswoman

Leah Knauf said the team

from the store’s garden centre worked

from 8am through to almost 6pm at

the cemetery.

“It was a mammoth task, but we got

there and did as much as we could,”

she said.

“It was cold to begin with but once

we got under way it was fine.

“Everyone was hyped-up about the

whole project beforehand and by the

time we got to the end everyone was

just ecstatic with the amount of work

we actually did. We could see the

improvement we’d made.”

Ms Knauf said people were welcome

to apply in store or email marketing.

ferrymead@mitre10.co.nz to become

part of the Helping Hands initiative.

Mitre 10 MEGA Ferrymead

was supported by Kiwicare which

provided moss and weed killer and

the city council which helped with

disposal of the weeds.

• By Therese Jackman and

Antje Duda

STUDENTS FROM Marian

College and Catholic Cathedral

College joined together for the

fifth time to take part in the

Caritas Challenge.

The challenge is an annual

event run in schools throughout

New Zealand to raise awareness

and funds for Caritas Aotearoa.

This year the special focus

country was Timor-Leste in

Southeast Asia, and all funds

raised will support the women’s

livelihood organisation, Hamahon

Feto Timor.

The students braved the elements

and also raised awareness

for the daily struggle of homeless

people in the city and around

the world.

After opening mass was

celebrated by Father Edwin and

Father Phil and Marian College

chaplains, the students banded

together in teams and constructed

a shelter for the night out of

cardboard boxes, blankets and

whatever else they could find.

The evening was filled with

games where they learned about

the Caritas focus, had fun and

concluded with a beautiful night

vigil in front of the Cathedral of

the Blessed Sacrament.

They then headed back to

their huts, and experienced for

themselves what about 80,000

homeless New Zealanders go

through every night.

The students then went out

into the community to work and

help people.

The Caritas Challenge gives

the students a lesson in compassion

for the hardships experienced

by others and gratitude

for what they already have.

More than 8000 students

across New Zealand took part in

the challenge to show solidarity

with those experiencing injustice

and poverty.

IMPROVEMENT: This is how the

graves at the Lyttelton Anglican

Cemetery looked before (above)

and after the Mitre 10 team

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• By Stacey Bryan

CAT RESCUE Christchurch

has teamed up with the Altitude

Pole and Fitness studio to bring

kitten stretch classes to the city.

The two 90min stretch sessions

sold out well in advance

due to the promise of cuddles

with rescued kittens during the

class.

Altitude Pole and Fitness

instructor Oliva Anderson said

the fundraiser was intended to

be a one-off, but a second class

was added to cope with the

hugely positive response from

the public. “Everyone was basically

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Miss Anderson, who lives in

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the kittens, as well as the class

participants.

As a non-profit organisation,

CRC uses its fundraised money

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the cats it rescues.

CRC volunteer Michelle

Fitz Patrick said because the organisation

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there is normally nowhere

for people to go and see the cats

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The first two classes raised

$800 for CRC and inspired

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volunteers.

Miss Anderson said the

classes also resulted in two kittens

being adopted. She said as a

cat lover, it was difficult to resist

taking one home.

She thinks there will be a

demand for more kitten stretch

classes in the future, but it

would involve a lot of organisation

to fit them around the

studio’s already full schedule.

FURTHER recreational

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Endurance Athlete Shannon-

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Frayle and city councillor Glenn

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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

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Whatever type of repairs your vehicle

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Services include full servicing, lubes,

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tyres and batteries, auto electrical repairs

and WOFs. And while they can successfully

carry out any job on any petrol or diesel

vehicle, the particular specialty is brakes

and suspension.

A courtesy vehicle is available, so

customers can carry on with their daily

business while their own vehicle is being

repaired.

Parker Automotive is located on the

corner of Lincoln and Torrens roads,

just behind the service station and next

to Bin Inn. Opening hours are 7.30am-

4pm Monday to Friday, and 8am-12pm

Saturday.

So next time your vehicle needs some

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HEALTH & BEAUTY

Protect your face

during winter weather

The wind is howling outside, and your

face is taking the brunt of the winter

weather. Cold, chapped, dehydrated skin

is depleting your face of its moisture and

youthful glow.

Plus, with the high levels of chlorination

in the city water, skin damage has taken

place even though the levels

of chlorine are being lowered.

Too little, too late as it doesn’t

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the short-term effect on the

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NASA uses LED light therapy

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Acne a concern? As it thrives

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Charmaine and her team to

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of experience behind them, the clinic

offers a variety of services including Teeth

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Their technical LED Light Therapy facial

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For acne, the LED machine helps with

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over time, so the acne won’t be as

visible on the face. Then as soon

as the acne has started lessening,

switch to the Acne Anti-Scarring

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The LED machine also triggers

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In addition to the LED laser

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its services and relocating to a

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From the striking design to the location

and the breath-taking views this one owner

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Built as their forever home a job transfer

means this lovely warm family home must

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opening onto a large west facing deck to

capture all the afternoon sun and maximise

those stunning sea views.

The living area and designer kitchen

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second downstairs living area. This home

has quality wool carpet throughout, HRV,

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There is a large internal access double

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of the Marina at Lyttelton which is nearing

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by 5pm each Wednesday

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō

Tuesday, 10.30–11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and play!

This is a free session.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd and New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

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

Reading to dogs

Tuesday, 3.30 – 4.30pm

Designed to provide a relaxed,

non-threatening atmosphere

which encourages children to

practise their reading skills

and develop a love of reading.

The programme uses dogs who

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.

The dogs can increase a child’s

relaxation while reading, listen

attentively, do not laugh, judge

or criticise, allow children to

proceed at their own pace, can be

less intimidating than a child’s

peers, library staff and a dog handler

will be present at all times

to help facilitate the sessions.

Sessions are 15min long.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Parklands Library Book

Discussion Group

Tuesday, 7.30 – 8.30pm

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other friendly book lovers.

The group subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive

Minecraft Club

Wednesday, 3.30–4.30pm

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.

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

Go along to Shirley library for Activity Zone, the Shirley After School Club. There will be

technology, games, books and crafts and most of all fun! This free event is suitable for ages

6-10 and is on every Monday during term time. Caregivers, please remain in the library during

the session. Bookings not required.

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

CV drop-in

Thursday, 10– 11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who are needing

help with their resume. They

can offer guidance on creating,

updating, and editing your CV.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Matariki Storytimes/Wā

Kōrero

Thursday, 10.30am–11am

Go celebrate and welcome the

Māori New Year, with stories,

songs, rhymes and craft activities.

This is a free session.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

Bible Reading

Thursdays, 9.30-10.30am

A bible reading group for

women is being held weekly.

Especially designed for those who

want to read the bible for

the first time. For more information

phone Elissa on 021 023

65910.

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What’s On

Entertainment

John snares

Nashville

distribution

deal

KIWI Country artist, John McCabe has

secured a world-wide distribution

contract with Lamon Records. e

Nashville based record company is one

of the largest independent record labels

affiliated with Sony Music.

Affectionately known as the Kiwi with

the “golden voice”, John McCabe was

born and raised in Oamaru and has

been performing since he was 12 years

old.

John departed for Canada in 1981 and

quickly gained recognition touring with

his live band through several states of the

USA and Canada.

Returning to New Zealand some 13

years ago, John has been in demand,

performing regularly at Clubs, events

and private functions.

He has an impressive catalogue of

material with several more original

releases pending. His songs are recorded

in Nashville using some of the very best

record producers and studios.

Under the Lamon Record label his

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

songs will be released in 243 different

territories world-wide which includes

radio station and music download sites.

John will be returning to Nashville

shortly to produce a music video.

In the meantime, you can catch him in

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