Nor'West News: June 26, 2018

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MAYOR LIANNE Dalziel and

the city council have thrown

their support behind the

Edgeware Pool development.

In her recommendations for

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MOVING FORWARD: Papanui-Innes Community Board chairwoman Ali Jones (front), Christchurch Central MP Duncan Webb

(checkered shirt) and Edgeware Pool supporters.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

Edgeware Pool gets million dollar plus boost

the Long Term Plan 2018-2028,

Ms Dalziel recommended the

city council grant $1.25 million

towards the new pool.

However, the money doesn’t

come without a catch.

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• By Sophie Cornish

OUTSPOKEN CITY councillor

Aaron Keown has got his wish –

the contentious Breens, Harewood

and Gardiners Rds intersection

will be upgraded.

Cr Keown said the news last

week was a “huge weight off his

shoulders” after campaigning to

upgrade the intersection for more

than two years.

Previously Cr Keown offered

$100 to anyone who could

come forward and name

another intersection in the city

without lights that has 10 lanes

converging.

A report with several options to

upgrade the intersection will go

before the Fendalton-Waimairi-

Harewood Community Board in

September.

In the mayor’s Long Term Plan

recommendations released last

week, Lianne Dalziel said city

council staff would report back to

the community board with one

preferred upgrade option.

However, in a meeting on

Friday, Cr Keown fought for an

amendment to the recommendation.

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from the editor’s desk

NOW IF that photo on page 8 today doesn’t

make you want to go to the pier, then

nothing will.

It was taken on Sunday by Linwood

resident Allan Macala who often walks the

beach before sunrise.

The pier re-opened this month after a 16-month, $8.5 million

repair. Wet weather has kept the people away, but with the shortest

day now behind us, and crisp frosty mornings starting to bite,

it all looks good leading into spring.

More rumblings over the QE II site for Shirley Boys’ and Avonside

Girls (see page 3).

The Papanui-Innes Community Board wants more discussion

with the Ministry of Education over the proposed enrolment

zones.

It’s an issue that won’t go away in a hurry.

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NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

Tuesday June 26 2018 3

News

‘Disappointed’ board seeks MOE meeting

Bid to change

planned QE II

school zone

• By Sophie Cornish

THE PAPANUI-Innes

Community Board will invite

the Ministry of Education to

meet with it over the proposed

enrolment zones for Shirley

Boys and Avonside Girls’ High

Schools.

After writing

to the MOE

in May, the

community

board is

“disappointed”

by the

response, said

Ali Jones

chairwoman

Ali Jones.

The schools

will re-locate to a shared campus

at QE II Park next year.

The letter from the

community board to the MOE

outlined concerns that the

suburbs of Richmond and

Shirley were not included in the

new draft zone.

MOE deputy secretary sector

enablement and support Katrina

Casey replied on behalf of

Minister of Education Chris

Hipkins.

Her letter “acknowledged that

the post-quake period for people

in the Christchurch area has

been stressful, demanding

and challenging for many

families.”

It said there was a consultation

process, which was open to all

members of the public affected

by zone changes. Schools

were then required to make a

recommendation for a zone

change to the MOE.

Factors Ms Casey said were

being considered included current

and future student demographics,

potential changes to

residential areas, along with the

schools’ recommendation.

The community board will

write another letter, inviting Ms

Casey, MOE manager education

Canterbury Sean Wheeler and

director of education for Canterbury

Coralanne Child to meet

the board.

“As the local community

board, as a group that is well

connected in the community, we

were not invited to be part of the

consultation process . . . we still

want to address some issue that

that letter raises that we don’t

think have been satisfactory

ABANDONED:

Richmond

resident Laura

McIntosh and

Dallington’s

Vanessa van

Hoof are

disappointed,

along with the

Papanui-Innes

Community

Board, about

being left out

of the Shirley

Boys’ and

Avonside Girls’

High Schools

enrolment zone.

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answered,” said Ms Jones.

Other concerns the board will

address are the consultation

process and how it was carried

out during school holidays and

only in the school environments,

not beyond with the wider community.

“We haven’t stopped the conversation

there,” said Ms Jones.

Said board member Jo Byrne:

“There is a lot of people in our

wards that are absolutely devastated

by this.”

“Decisions about the major

high schools need to be

managed more publicly and

transparently.”

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the speed limit from 60km/h to

50km/h on the northern stretch of

Cranford St and Main North Rd

through to the Northcote Rd, Main

North Rd, QE II Drive intersection.

It comes after concerns about

conflicting speed limits at the

intersection.

CRANFORD ST PLANS

Cranford St may soon get even

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Newport Seventeen Holdings Ltd

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between 165-173 Cranford St.

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Waimairi-Harewood Community

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which will see no stopping restrictions

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Getting prisoners back on track

Belfast’s

Helen Murphy

writes about

working in

the prisoner

welfare and

rehabilitation

sector for 27

years, which recently led to

her becoming a member of

the New Zealand Order of

Merit

A FORMER partner’s time

behind bars was the catalyst

for a lifetime of service for

me to help former prisoners

reintegrate into society.

I understand the shame a

prisoner feels and also their

families as well.

I have spent the last 10 years

working for the Prisoners’ Aid

and Rehabilitation Society in

Christchurch.

Prisoners are often subject to

being degraded and told they

have no value in society.

Without help on the outside,

prisoners often find themselves

stuck in the system.

My latest work has involved

helping those forced to come

back to New Zealand from

Australia because of their

criminal past.

HELP: Helen Murphy has worked in the prisoner welfare and rehabilitation sector for 27

years.

A recent tightening of

regulations in Australia has

led to spiralling numbers of

people being deported, many

for apparently minor offences,

and PARS is group which helps

offenders returning to New

Zealand. I lead the Christchurch

branch of the organisation.

About 22 deportees have

arrived in Christchurch alone

since January and about 200

since 2014, when Australia

brought in legislation allowing

New Zealanders jailed for 12

months or more to be

deported.

The grief that these people

feel on their arrival is huge.

They’ve often been in Australia

since they were teenagers, and

here they are arriving in New

Zealand.

It’s a hugely different culture,

plus the grief of leaving families

behind makes it very difficult.

On a personal note, I

have lived in Belfast for nearly

43 years in the same house and

my three children grew up here

and went to Belfast Primary

School.

I was also a member of the

crew which helped in the

fight to keep the community

swimming pool open, and was

even a lifeguard for one season.

I have seen many changes

over the years in Belfast, and

the little village I first came to

live in has under gone a huge

transformation.

Readers respond to an

article about the Fendalton-

Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board granting

funding to Te Ora Hou

Otautahi

Clive Paris – I am writing

in support of Sam MacDonald’s

stance opposing funding of Te

Ora Hou and am surprised that

the other community board

members did not support

him.

I think the community board

has missed the point regarding

the funding of Te Ora Hou.

The mission of Te Ora Hou is

not in dispute and its aims are

meritorious and valuable to the

community it resides in.

However, where our

community board has erred is in

directing further funding to

this national based organisation.

Te Ora Hou has based in

Whangarei, Gisborne, Hastings,

Whanganui, Wellington and

Christchurch.


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Tuesday June 26 2018 5

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the community board has just bumped

that figure to $266,108.

Why is this a local community board

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Is this a guilt trip by the community

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News

No extra pollution monitoring

on Cranford St, Innes Rd – ECan

• By Sophie Cornish

ENVIRONMENT Canterbury

will not be looking into air

pollution concerns in the

Cranford St and Innes Rd area.

The Papanui-Innes Community

Board wrote to ECan

in May asking whether its air

quality monitoring station in

Coles Pl, St Albans, was a reliable

source of data on air quality in

the northern end of Cranford St.

A concerned St Albans

resident wrote to the board with

fears the area could become

heavily polluted when the

Christchurch Northern Corridor

opens. It is estimated to create a

30 per cent increase in traffic for

Cranford St and the surrounding

area.

The community board wants

the appropriate data logged so

when the CNC opens, there will

be data to compare it to.

ECan said a limited amount

of data was obtained by the

city council and New Zealand

Transport Agency in 2010 for the

CNC and Cranford St upgrade

resource consent.

“ECan will not be providing

any temporary air quality monitoring

of the Cranford St area

in the foreseeable future,” said

programme manager strategic

DIRTY AIR: ECan will not look into concerns over future air

pollution from the Christchurch Northern Corridor.

programmes Sam Elder.

Mr Elder said comparative

data is not necessary to identify

if standards are being exceeded.

As a result of the latest letter,

community board chairwoman

Ali Jones said her position on the

matter has changed.

“Having baseline readings

won’t achieve anything when

it comes to challenging any

exceedances. If there are exceedances

along that stretch (of road)

then they have to be remedied,

that’s just end of story,” she said.

The board plans to write back

to ECan, requesting the baseline

data recorded in 2010, so it can

have it on file.

ECan said the Coles Pl air

quality monitoring station is

designed to measure concentrations

of air pollutants and is not

designed to monitor a specific

street, although emissions on a

nearby street may be picked up.

Keown gets his wish

•From page 1

Cr Keown wants several

options included in the report,

and one has to include traffic

lights. His amendment was

approved and supported by city

councillor Jamie Gough.

The contentious intersection

sees 10 lanes converging and was

a popular topic in LTP hearings.

LTP submissions on the issue

came from the community board,

local school principals, pupils and

parents. Funding will come from

the LTP budget, which is set to be

confirmed today.

If the option selected by the

community board costs more

than is budgeted for in the LTP,

a further report will come back

to city council by the end of

October. The funding could

be moved around from other

Edgeware Pool gets boost

•From page 1

St Albans Pool and Pavilion

Group chairman Paul Somerville

was surprised to hear about the

funding, saying support from

the Papanui-Innes Community

Board helped to promote the

development.

“We weren’t expecting the city

council to put money in, but the

community board got behind

it and put it in their plan, they

budgets.

During the LTP hearings, Ms

Dalziel said installing traffic

lights may not be the answer

to make the intersection safer.

She said often lights can bring

an undesired outcome, making

the intersection busier and, as a

result, potentially more unsafe.

Cr Keown believes the public

wants traffic lights.

“Staff could come back with

something marvellous and

brilliant that the public have

never even thought of. But

I haven’t seen anything like

that yet. I haven’t heard any

suggestions that I think the

public would like.”

He believes now is the time

to motivate the community to

engage with the board about what

they want for the intersection.

supported us by putting in their

own submission. It was brilliant

of them,” he said.

Mr Somerville said the group

will continue to raise money. If

it raises a sufficient amount, it

hoped the city council might consider

advancing the money.

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Tuesday June 26 2018 7

Home & Leisure Show this weekend

Food and drink

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THE STAR Media Home &

Leisure Show promises to be the

best yet.

Celebrating its 20th year of

supporting local businesses,

the event has an extra special

flavour this time around with a

unique tasting corner.

Event manager Vanessa Fleming

is super-enthused about the

new addition, which reflects the

importance of leisure in people’s

lives these days.

“There will be a wide range

of food and drink products to

sample, which people can then

go home and recreate in their

own kitchens,” she says.

And with the latest in kitchen

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in all aspects of life.

Said Star Media chief executive

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In Brief

RADCLIFFE RD WORK

Piling work will begin this week

to support a bridge structure in

the Radcliffe Rd area, as part of

work for the Northern Corridor.

It will take about six weeks to

complete, depending on ground

and weather conditions. Hours

of work will be 7am to 7pm,

Monday to Saturday. Nearby

residents will experience noise

and possibly vibrations during

the installation.

ROAD CLOSURES

The Chaneys on-ramp and Main

North Rd (between Marshland

Rd and Chaneys) will be closed

from Saturday to Monday.

Beams are being placed for the

Main North Rd bridge. There

will be access to the northern

motorway via Marshland Rd.

Motorists should use QE II

Dr and Main North Rd up to

Dickeys Rd.

COMMUNITY FUNDING

Community groups have

received funding from Z

Energy’s Good In The Hood

campaign. The Bishopdale

Community Trust received

$808. Other groups which were

also granted funding include

Age Concern Canterbury in

Papanui, the Canterbury Charity

Hospital and Bishopdale’s

YMCA Preschool and Nursery.

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Christchurch

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From 2 July, Canterbury District Health Board’s hospital shuttle

will run from a new location at 33 Lichfield Street – the

Christchurch City Council’s Lichfield Street Car Park building.

Lichfield Street

CAR PARK

Hospital shuttle

moving to Lichfield Street

Car Park building from 2 July 2018

Hospital patients and visitors should

park in the building and catch the

free shuttle from the pick-up area on

Level 2A. Pay for your parking when

you return.

The shuttle will run to the current timetable,

from 7.15 am to 8.30 pm, 7 days a week.

Journey times on the shuttle will be around

15 minutes, similar to the current shuttle.

Learn more at cdhb.health.nz/parking

or call 0800 555 300

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Ōtākaro/Avon River

Riccarton Ave

Hagley Ave

Cashel St

Shuttle route to

Lichfield St

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Shuttle route to

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and Outpatients

Hereford St

Oi Manawa

Canterbury

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National Memorial

Tuam St

St Asaph St

Bridge of

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Durham Durham St S

The

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Justice

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City Mall

Ballantynes

Mollett St

Lichfield St

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Lichfield St

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News

Arterial

design

delayed

• By Sophie Cornish

THE PAPANUI-Innes

Community Board has delayed

its decision on the final design for

the Northern Arterial extension.

At a meeting last week, the

board decided to table the decision

and will meet with city

council staff to go over issues it

has with the designs.

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

said the board needed more time

to make a decision as it still had

several questions.

“It felt like we were potentially

going to go around in circles and

it was better to lay it out on the

table.”

The decision involves the

Northern Arterial extension, the

northern part of the Cranford

St upgrade (the section between

McFaddens Rd north to the

Northern Arterial junction), the

Cranford-Innes intersection and

surrounding streets.

The board will meet with city

council staff behind closed doors

to discuss questions it has.

“It won’t be a public forum

. . . we are still trying to sort out

some of the information and it’s

not fair to put information that

hasn’t been confirmed out into the

public arena.

David Hall

IMPROVING social

connections within the

community has led two

volunteers to be recognised for

their efforts.

Bishopdale Community

Trust’s David Hall and Age

Concern’s Douglas Shepherd

were two of 27 people and five

groups to receive awards at Volunteer

Canterbury’s volunteer

recognition awards last week.

Award recipients were nominated

by community not-forprofit

organisations.

In his nomination,

it said Mr Hall is one

of the longest serving

members of the

Bishopdale Community

Trust.

“His knowledge of

the trust, its activities

and its history is of huge

value in ensuring that Sundbye

Community House effectively

delivers its services to the local

community,” said the nomination.

Mr Hall set up the

trust’s computer systems

and uses his specialist IT

skills to maintain them,

including undertaking

staff training.

Mr Shepherd’s contribution

to Age Concern in

Papanui since 2009 has

been “invaluable” said his nomination.

He is a volunteer driver for the

senior citizen group, which ensures

regular attendance

at social outings for those

who otherwise couldn’t

get there.

“Doug is reliable and

dedicated, often assisting

at short notice, and

always with a sense of

humour. He also assists

with delivery of the

organisation’s magazine

and at home, with his wife

Margaret, hosts some of the Age

Concern seniors for afternoon

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Tuesday June 26 2018 11

Isleworth pupils up

SCHOOLS

close with longfin eels

• By Sophie Cornish

EVERY TIME we put the brakes

on or are cleaning our cars

in the driveway, we could be

putting pollutants into streams

which may affect the wildlife.

That’s what year 5 and 6

Isleworth School pupils are

learning through a project

called ‘Te Tuna Tāone – Urban

Eel’.

Run by the Working Waters

Trust and Enviroschools Canterbury,

the pupils learnt about

longfin eels.

Trust project manager Sophie

Allen said the project focuses

on helping improve the quality

of stormwater and the stream

habitats where urban eels live.

Ms Allen said the north-west

area of the city would have had

a lot of clean springs for the species

in the past.

“Now sadly, it is listed as ‘at

risk-declining’ by the Department

of Conservation species

classification system, and our

urban eels have pollutants coming

into the streams such as

pesticides, zinc from unpainted

galvanised roofs, and detergents

from washing your car on your

drive.”

Ms Allen said many people

don’t realise the water draining

from roofs and roads is going

UP CLOSE LOOK: Isleworth School pupils got to see longfin

eels at Styx Mill Conservation Reserve.

PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS

into streams.

The pupils visited the Styx

Mill Conservation Reserve last

week where Ms Allen said they

“squealed in delight” seeing the

eels up close.

“The important next step will

be for the pupils to choose actions

they wish to undertake to

help these local longfin eels.”

Some ideas for actions from

the pupils include planting

native plans along streams,

creating artwork around gutters

to tell people they drain into

streams, and becoming local

stormwater pollution detectives.

Their actions could also

include creating special housing

for eels called ‘tuna townhouses’,

similar to those in the Avon

River.

GLOBAL: A Selwyn House team placed third in an international

problem solving competition with their initiative to get people

using cycleways.

Problem-solvers US win

• By Sophie Cornish

SELWYN HOUSE pupils

have taken their Let’s Bike

Christchurch initiative to the

United States to finish third in

an international problem-solving

competition.

A team of nine pupils travelled

to La Crosse, Wisconsin to

compete in the future problemsolving

international conference.

The team was third in the middle

division of the community

problem-solving section. They

were required to find an issue in

the community and work find a

solution.

Stemming from a class project,

the group of year 7 and 8 pupils

wanted to promote the city’s cycleways

by creating bike cut-outs,

which are then decorated and

hidden in places along the cycle

routes.

For the competition, the team

had to create a written report,

video and take part in an interview.

Previously the team took the

idea to the city council’s infrastructure,

transport and environment

committee.

Those who find the bike cutouts

while cycling can upload a

photo of themselves holding it

to social media with the hashtag

#letsbikechch for a chance to win

prizes.

The pupils drew inspiration for

their project from the Pokemon

Go app and a public art project in

2014 where 99 giraffe sculptures

were placed around the city.

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Christchurch Intermediate

Schools

Specialists in Year 7 and Year 8 Education

OPEN NIGHTS 2018

Intermediate schools target the needs of

early adolescent Year 7 & 8 students -

11-13 year olds. These two-year, co-educational

schools are in many ways ideal environments

for students to begin their adventures into

adolescence.

Early adolescence is a unique and special time

of immense physical, intellectual, emotional

and social development. These changes

create specific needs and challenges that are

significantly different from the needs of younger

children or older adolescents.

An intermediate school can support your Year 7 &

8 child in ways that include but are not limited to:

• The staff are all focussed on the needs of

early adolescents and teach in these schools

because they establish strong relationships

and particularly enjoy working with Year 7 & 8

students. They are highly qualified, experienced

and skilled teachers of early adolescent

students, who ensure pastoral, social and

emotional needs are well supported.

• The resources are all designed and acquired

to meet the needs of this age group - age

Intermediates are exciting places for students to

begin their adventure into adolescence. In addition

to providing a rich, age and stage, middle-yearsspecific

curriculum in a stimulating, challenging and

rewarding environment, intermediates cater for many

interest groups and clubs.

It is not surprising that New Zealand and overseas

research concludes that the quality of teaching is

one of the most significant factors influencing how

well students learn at school. Given that quality

teaching occurs in most New Zealand schools

regardless of their type, it’s only natural to consider

other factors that might make a difference for early

adolescents.

The young people at intermediates are changing

rapidly – physically, emotionally and socially.

Intermediates focus solely on this age group and

are well positioned to meet their needs. A mix

of specialist and home room teachers helps to

provide the choices, challenge, love for practical

activities and academic rigour in the students’

learning. Resourcing, both human and physical, that

is developed deliberately to meet early adolescent

student needs, helps to build self esteem, assist

students to develop and find strengths and links

learning with career aspirations. Teachers who are

focussed solely on the middle years are able to work

collaboratively to provide level-appropriate engaging

appropriate experiences, opportunities and

challenges are planned for and provided.

• Leadership development focuses on

opportunities for students to develop the

important skills associated with leading their peers

- people their own age.

• Secure and supportive yet challenging

environments are provided to support students

to develop their independence.

• Students thrive on the opportunity to step up.

• Specialist teaching opportunities enable

students to receive age appropriate and

challenging learning in technology, science,

performing arts and visual arts.

• Significant home group environments support

strong literacy and numeracy programmes

differentiated in creative ways to meet students’

individual needs - all students are extended

and the focus is on accelerating progress.

The intermediate schools in Christchurch work

closely together to collectively provide a wide

range of extracurricular opportunities for students

in sporting, cultural and academic contexts.

programmes that connect learning to students’ lives

and interests and provide challenge for all students

to achieve to the best of their ability.

Current intermediate school students list these

points:

1. “There are more children of my own age here

because our school takes all the year sixes from a

few different schools and they come to one school.

And because we’ve got bigger numbers of pupils

we can have more sports teams and … there’s

something for everyone” Y8 child

2. “Our school has different specialist teachers for

subjects like music art, P.E. and technology, so we

get used to that – which is good preparation for

secondary school” Y7 girl

3. “At intermediate school everything is for our two

years (age group).” Y8 girl

4. “I like that we don’t have to look out for little

children. That was neat at our old (primary) school

but it’s nice to just have our own age here. Y7 boy

5. “It’s good that we don’t have big secondary kids

here. We can worry about them when we’re older…

and then we’ll be big too. Y8 boy

ENquIrIES wElcOmE - This is a great opportunitiy to see Intermediates in action

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Casebrook

For a specialist focus on middle year schooling, use

the table on this page to find the time and date of

the open night for your nearest intermediate school.

School Date Time Principal Contact Details

Tuesday 31 July

(Week 2 Term 3)

Wednesday 1 August

(Week 2 Term 3)

ENQUIRIES WELCOME

6.30pm - 8.00pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Nikki Clarke

This is a great opportunity to

see Intermediates in action

6.30pm - 8.30pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Sharon Keen

Website: ​www.breens.school.nz

Phone: 359 8108

Email: office@breens.school.nz

Website: ​www.casebrook.school.nz

Phone: 359 7428

Email: office@casebrook.school.nz

Chisnallwood

Wednesday 4 July

(Week 10 Term 2)

6.00pm - 8.00pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Justin Fields

Website: ​www.chisnallwood.school.nz

Phone: 388 4199

Email: info@chisnallwood.school.nz

Christchurch South

Thursday 2 August

(Week 2 Term 3)

6.30pm - 8.00pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Ross Hastings

Website: ​www.chchsouth.ac.nz

Phone: 332 2408

Email: office@chchsouth.ac.nz

Cobham

Tuesday 24 July

(Week 1 Term 3)

3.30pm - 5.30pm & 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Eddie Norgate

Website: ​www.cobham.school.nz

Phone: 351 6381

Email: office@cobham.school.nz

Heaton

Wednesday 25 July

(Week 1 Term 3)

Book a tour of the school at either 9am,

11am or 1.45pm on our school website.

Andrea Knight

Website:​www.heaton.school.nz

Phone: 355 9555

Email: admin@heaton.school.nz

Kirkwood

Tuesday 3 July

(Week 10 Term 2)

9.00am - 12.00 noon & 7.00pm - 8.30pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Phil Tappenden

Website: ​www.kirkwood.school.nz

Phone: 348 7718

Email: school.information@kirkwood.school.nz

Shirley

Thursday 2 August

(Week 2 Term 3)

6.30pm - 8.00pm

Visit our website or contact us for other

opportunities to tour the school.

Geoff Siave

Website: ​www.sis.school.nz

Phone: 385 2229

Email: office@sis.school.nz


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Tuesday June 26 2018 15

SPORTS

Currie steps closer

ATHLETIC: St Andrews College goalkeeper Blair Currie hopes

she can push her claims for a spot in the New Zealand under-17

World Cup team,

PHOTO: ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE

to football goals

• By Jacob Page

ST ANDREW’S football

captain Blair Currie knows

making the New Zealand

under-17 football talent ID

squad gets her one step closer to

her 2018 goals.

The 17-year-old goalkeeper is

eager to force her way in to the

national squad for the under-17

World Cup in Uruguay in

November.

Then she wants to pursue

a football scholarship in the

United States or Europe.

“It’s such a thrill to be named

in this squad,” she said.

“It’s something I’ve been

working towards for a very long

time.

“This gets me a step closer

to the World Cup and one day

playing for the Football Ferns.

Currie is one of four

Canterbury players named in

the squad with Macey Fraser,

Jayda Stewart and Marisa van

der Meer also getting their

chance.

Currie, who transferred to

Cashmere Technical from

Waimakariri United at the start

of the season, said she initially

played the outfield as a six-yearold

after spending a season

trying rugby.

“I used to watch my dad play

masters on the weekend so

thought I’d give it a try.”

It wasn’t until she was 13

when she gave goalkeeping her

full focus.

“I’d always ask the coaches if

I could give it a go and I really

loved it when the goalkeeper

was away,” she said. “Eventually

I just did it all the time.”

Currie is also part of the

Mainland Pride wider training

squad. An opportunity to train

with the best senior players in

the region was something she

thrived on.

“There’s always plenty to

work on but I have training

most days after school so it

gives me a chance to really

improve.”

The under-17 squad will have

more training sessions together

before the World Cup squad is

announced before November.

Wilson earns bronze at Oceania champs

• By Jacob Page

THE DISCOVERY of his dad’s

old table tennis bat in the depths

of the family garage when he

was seven led Alex Wilson to his

passion for the sport.

The 17-year-old St Andrew’s

College student made the most

of his New Zealand

under-18 table tennis

call-up with two

bronze medals in two

events in Rarotonga.

Wilson finished

third in doubles at the

Oceania Championships

and then backed

that up with another

medal in the Cook

Islands Open.

“It’s a team that I’ve

trialled for in the past and

always been part of the wider

squad but to be part of the team

itself was a fun experience.

“I felt like I was progressing

well over time and my overall

game was getting better and

I thought this year, with some

of the older players moving on,

that I could make the team.”

Alex Wilson

During the January to

September competition season,

Wilson trains five days a

week at the Canterbury Table

Tennis Association’s facility on

Blenheim Rd.

He also plays for the Lincoln

University club once a week.

Wilson said after playing

against his dad initially

to see if he liked the

sport, he soon realised

he was hooked.

“Dad helped me try

it out and I’ve been

playing ever since,”

he said. “I’ve always

enjoyed how global the

sport is - to me, there

aren’t many countries

in the world where you

can go too and play.”

Wilson said his

university studies next year

were likely to affect the amount

of time he could devote to the

sport, but he was keen to keep

playing.

“This is my last year in the

junior ranks so from next year

I’ll be playing in the open grade

against men.”

ON POINT: St Andrew’s College table tennis player Alex Wilson (left) in action.

PHOTO: ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE

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FUTURISTIC: Plans released yesterday show what Cathedral Square could look like.

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Lianne Dalziel Garry Moore Jamie Gough Vicki Buck

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think of the central city as a

The next step is for a delivery determine what could be done, Mayor Lianne Dalziel said destination and residential

strategy to be developed with the when, and what funding would the vision would help people neighbourhood.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

“I’m confident Regenerate

Christchurch’s vision will allow

this to happen.”

City councillor Deon Swiggs

said it would need to work

around other developments

such as Turanga, the Spark

building, Aotea Gifts and the

restoration of Christ Church

Cathedral.

“We’ve got to look at what is

happening, what’s in the vision

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PROMINENT Cantabrians

have given a mixed response to

the possible futuristic look of

Cathedral Square.

Plans for what the Square

could look like were released

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yesterday after seven years of

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It includes three covered

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and other events.

The long-term vision, which is

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$80 million, aims to bring people

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series of interconnected public

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The vision for the Square also

includes Cathedral Gardens

with trees and water features,

Post Office Place with events

and meeting spaces, and Library

Plaza with other people-friendly

areas.

Former mayor Garry Moore

said the plan was “brilliant”

while developer Ernest Duval

was not fussed by the pavilions.

The next step is for a delivery

strategy to be developed with the

FUTURISTIC: Plans released yesterday show what Cathedral Square could look like.

city council and stakeholders to

determine what could be done,

when, and what funding would

be needed.

Mayor Lianne Dalziel said

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think of the central city as a

destination and residential

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The Square: Is this the future?

Mixed

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to bold

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• By Barry Clarke and Emily

O’Connell

A CONVICTED killer is back

behind bars after a spectacular

crash while allegedly fleeing

police.

John Oliver Jamieson’s Subaru

Forester crashed through the

Rolleston dog park fence on

Saturday.

A spear-like fence post

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He had earlier been recorded

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Startled dog walkers said

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Police arrived soon after and

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Jamieson was one of six men

“I’m confident Regenerate

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City councillor Deon Swiggs

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restoration of Christ Church

Cathedral.

“We’ve got to look at what is

happening, what’s in the vision

and what can we deliver.”

City councillor Jamie Gough

said it was a good starting

point.

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IMPACT: The aftermath of the high speed crash on Saturday when this vehicle went through a dog park fence.

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Big chance for teen touch referee

SPORTS

• By Jacob Page

CHRIST’S COLLEGE’S Will

Hutchinson will officiate at the

touch rugby youth World Cup in

Malaysia in August.

The 18-year-old will be joined

by fellow Cantabrian Cameron

Wootton in the nine-strong Kiwi

squad.

Hutchinson started refereeing

as a 12-year-old when a friend of

his mum’s asked if anyone knew

of someone who could referee

social touch rugby games.

He is now ranked No 13 in the

country.

“I love the sport and the friendship

that comes from it. This is a

chance to push myself to make

the open World Cup,” he said.

“The sport has allowed me to

travel internationally, largely for

free, and those opportunities are

one of the great things about the

sport.”

He said he was looking forward

to experiencing the international

flavour of play and it has been a

ACTION: Christ’s College’s

Will Hutchinson will look to

improve on his national touch

rugby referee ranking of 13 in

Malaysia in August.

PHOTO: TOUCH NZ

strong motivator for him to work

hard on his preparation and fitness

over the winter months.

Wootton, 18, started refereeing

four years ago and has since

earned his level four badge, the

highest on offer for an official.

The Lincoln High student has

controlled games at the junior,

secondary school and open

national level, as well as the Australian

juniors.

Wootton said this would be a

major step-up.

“It’s going to be a lot of fun to

be out there with a whole lot of

new countries, new styles and being

able to see where I stack up,”

he said.

Another positive of the

appointment is that some of

Wootton’s mum’s family lives in

Malaysia, which means a family

reunion is in the works.

He said as he has risen through

the ranks, he has a new found

appreciation for how fast the

game is.

“It makes you appreciate the

level of skill on display and

makes me work hard at my fitness

to keep up,” he said.

Wootton said he would like to

gain an appointment at the open

World Cup next year and he saw

this trip as an opportunity to

prove he was up to that level.

The duo both agreed the sport

could do with more young referees,

especially as they enter the

open ranks for the first time in

the coming months,

St Andrew’s

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four spot

UC Champs

• By Jacob Page

ST ANDREW’S College will

push for a top four spot when

they face third place Lincoln

Combined on Saturday.

St Andrew’s easily accounted

for Mid-Canterbury Combined

38-10 in Ashburton on Saturday.

The team now sits fith on

the UC Championship ladder

and are part of a log jam in

the middle of the table where

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and seventh-placed St Thomas

are separated by just five points.

St Andrew’s opponents in the

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had their biggest win of the

season, beating Marlborough

Boys’ College 23-10 in Blenheim

on Saturday.

They will return home to

Lincoln High School having kept

MBC scoreless in the second

half.

Results: St Thomas 43, Aoraki

Combined 31; Christ’s College

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CBHS 64, Waimea Combined

17; Lincoln Combined 23, MBC

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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

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SECONDARY SCHOOL SELECTION

Email gilbert.wealleans@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

Personalised learning

opportunities

Go along to the Bishopdale YMCA on Friday night at 7pm for a free

viewing of the movie Dominion. The venue can hold up to 60 people so

feel free to bring along friends and family too. Dominion is a documentary

that explores the six primary facets of human and animal interaction –

companion animals, wildlife, scientific research, entertainment, clothing

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Tēnā koutou katoa e aku rahi, e aku

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Kura o Haeata. He kura whānau, he kuraā-hāpori

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A justice of the peace will be available

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well as sign citizenship, sponsorship or

rates rebates applications.

There is no charge for this service.

Fendalton, Shirley and Papanui

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Papanui High School students will be

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Papanui Library, 35 Langdons Rd

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Tuesday, 2-5pm

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It takes the time to listen to you and

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Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

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Go along and join in with this social

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Phone Janet for more information on 352

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Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1-3pm

Go along and enjoy a friendly game

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Thursday 2-3pm

Go along and enjoy a chat with other as

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Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

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St Pauls, behind in Tennis Pavilion, 1

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Bedtime Stories

Friday, 6.30-7.30pm

Have some Friday night

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Fendalton library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

Learn to dance – classes for adults

Monday, 7.25-9pm

Fevah Modern Jive run the

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Tuesday [Edition June 26 datE] 2018 193

SECONDARY SCHOOL SELECTION

State of the art campus opens next year

Construction of the new campus for

Avonside Girls’ and Shirley Boys’ High

Schools is progressing rapidly with

opening on track for 2019.

The new campus will feature a Performing

Arts Centre with a 750-seat theatre and a

100-seat theatre, a hockey turf, four sports

fields, three indoor gymnasiums, a café,

and a large library and learning centre.

Both Avonside Girls’ High School

Principal Sue Hume and Shirley Boys’

Headmaster John Laurenson are excited

by the progress.

“You can finally see that all we have been

talking about and dreaming about is taking

shape. We will be onsite with our students,

staff and community making the most of

all of the fantastic new facilities before we

know it,” says Sue Hume.

John Laurenson says the progress is

impressive.

“We went through the site recently and

it was actually a little emotional to stand

in what will be our new school for the first

time - it signals the end of all the hard times

the earthquakes brought. Already you can

see this will be a very well-resourced and

impressive campus.”

The campus is due to open in Term

Two of 2019. It will be the first time in

New Zealand’s modern history that two

well established and successful single sex

schools are being rebuilt side by side. Both

schools will retain their single sex identity,

providing learning tailored to boys and

girls and continuing to develop their

unique values.

John Laurenson says the move has

enabled the schools to offer students more.

“Because we’re building together, we’ve

been able to build bigger and better

facilities.”

Sue Hume says being side by side will also

enable better educational opportunities.

“We’ll collaborate on teaching

some senior subjects, so we can offer

students wider choice and there’s also

the opportunity to work together on

co-curricular opportunities – such as

productions, and sports competitions.

This move will increase the opportunities

we can offer our students – both in and out

of the classroom.”

For more information on the new

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The firs time I woke up with a cold nose in my brand

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prepare the construction drawings and specifications. Compared to

Australia, the R values for insulation would have looked high. Our

talented young builder, Sam McCarthy, would never have queried

the levels because they were standard practice around town. So it

wasn’t until we were living in the house and I consulted Council’s

eco design advisor Julie Vi lard about how we could warm it up that

we discovered, while we unwittingly thought we had exceeded New

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We review a l the lates trends in everyone’s favourite room –

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entertaining friends in your fabulous new home on page 77.

I hope Peter Beaven would be pleased with how the cool, calm,

collected one and I realised his dream. Go chase yours people!

Gaynor

Speaking to the NZ Institute of Architects about ‘bespoke

architecture’ being a ‘minority pursuit’ not long before his death

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Canterbury Continuous spouting

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Chamberlain NZ

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Filters and Fountains

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Fire and Emergency NZ

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Generation Homes

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Graphic Glass

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Happy Spine

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Health Co

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Heatsmart

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Hometech Solar tube

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Ideal build NZ

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Insulmax Insulation

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Install Concepts

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Leisure Spas

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Lennox bathrooms

Stand 84

www.lennoxbathroom.co.nz

Lifestyles

Stand 139, 144

www.lifestylels.co.nz

Living House

Stand 45-49

www.livinghouse.co.nz

Logan & Smythe Associates

Stand 116

www.logansmythe.co.nz

Lonegoat

Stand 145 Taste Corner

www.lonegoat.co.nz

Luxe Brew

Stand 172 Taste Corner

www.luxebrew.com

Millen Homeware

Stand 110

www.millen.co.nz

Mitsubishi Electric

Stand 35

www.mitsubishi-electric.co.nz

My Eco

Stand 69

www.myeco.co.nz

Narellan Pools

Stand 178

www.narellanpools.co.nz

Natural Flow

Stand 59

www.naturalflow.co.nz

New Zealand Home loans

Stand 62

www.nzhl.co.nz

One Square Rate

Stand 88

www.onesquarerate.co.nz

Plus 2Wp

Stand 115,117

www.showshop.co.nz

PolarEnergi NZ

Stand 186 and 187

www.polarenergi.co.nz

Pool Land

Stand 120 + C1, C2

www.poolland.co.nz

Zenteq

Stand 36

www.zenteq.co.nz

Property Investors Club

Stand 129

www.propertyclub.co.nz

Readylawn

Stand 100

www.readylawn.co.nz

Redrockhats

Stand 23

www.redrockhats.co.nz

Resene

Stand 107-109

www.resene.co.nz

Rosebank Estate Winery

Stand 160 Taste Corner

www.rosebank.co

Sculptural Landscapes

Stand 16

www.sculpturallandscapes.co.nz

Show TV - Fryair air Fryer

Stand 31

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Health Station V Fit

Stand 11

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Hercules Hose

Stand 63

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Nellies Wow Mop

Stand 7

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Turmerix

Stand 9

www.showtv.co.nz

Show TV - Windowwow Window

Cleaner

Stand 33

www.showtv.co.nz

Showerdome South

Stand 135

www.showtv.co.nz

Shuzi NZ

Stand 114

www.showerdome.co.nz

Simx

Stand 20

www.smartvent.co.nz

Sincock and Till Audiology

Stand 127

www.staudiology.co.nz

Smartway Homes

Outside

www.smartway.builders

Smart Cities - Christchurch City Council

Stand 221

www.smartchristchurch.org.nz

Spice Craft

Stand 157 Taste Corner

www.spicecraft.co.nz

Springfree

Stand 130-131

www.springfreetrampoline.co.nz

Star Media

Stand 1-3

www.starmedia.kiwi

Stratton Bathrooms

Stand C11

www.strattonbathrooms.com

Sunshine Solar

Stand 53-55

www.sunshinesolar.co.nz

Synscape Synthetic Grass

Stand 168

www.unrealgrass.co.nz

TC Groundworks

Stand 138

www.tcgroundworks.co.nz

Target

Stand 195-197

www.targetfurniture.co.nz

Temperature Solutions

Stand 30

www.temperaturesolutions.co.nz

The Carpet Mill

Stand 151-156

www.carpetmill.co.nz

The Glass Room

Stand 21-22

www.theglassroom.co.nz

The Good Oil

Stand 148 Taste Corner

www.thegoodoil.nz

Total Finish Contractors

Stand 74

www.totalfinish.co.nz

Trident Homes

Stand 70-71

www.tridenthomes.nz

Unicorn Kitchen Bathrooms

Stand 46

www.unicornkb.co.nz

Venluree

Stand 77-78

www.venluree.co.nz

Venus Flooring

Stand 191-193

www.venusflooring.co.nz

VJV, Warmth NZ

Stand 75

www.vjv.co.nz

Whitehouse builders

Stand 39-41

www.whitehousebuilders.co.nz

Wright Hotspring Spas

Stand 26, 28

www.wrightspapools.co.nz

Yellow River Construction

Stand 103-104

www.yellowriver.co.nz

Z500

Stand 80

www.z500.co.nz


June 29 – July 1 2018 | Horncastle Arena | Friday, Saturday, Sunday | 10am-5pm

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