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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding<br />

CONSULTATION over how to<br />

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started with Southshore and<br />

South New Brighton residents.<br />

Regenerate Christchurch<br />

opened an engagement<br />

hub<br />

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Tim Sintes<br />

Hugo<br />

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opinion on the<br />

issue of coastal<br />

erosion.<br />

Southshore<br />

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chairwoman<br />

Lynda<br />

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said while it<br />

has been an<br />

ongoing saga<br />

where nothing has happened<br />

the way forward is to work with<br />

Regenerate.<br />

“It is early days. This is the<br />

starting point,” she said.<br />

But South New Brighton<br />

Residents’ Association chairman<br />

Hugo Kristinsson said it has had<br />

a lot of meetings with Regenerate<br />

and there was always the same<br />

outcome –“lots of delays”.<br />

“At the end of this there will<br />

probably be another timeline<br />

that avoids action . . . this is what<br />

they continue to do year after<br />

year,” he said.<br />

The association passed a vote<br />

of no confidence in Regenerate<br />

last year.<br />

Coastal-Burwood Community<br />

Board deputy chairman Tim<br />

Sintes said a lot of people from<br />

South New Brighton attended<br />

the engagement hub on Sunday.<br />

He said the concerns raised<br />

included flood protection for future<br />

emergencies and the future<br />

of South New Brighton School.<br />

On Thursday, Southshore<br />

Residents Association, Sustain<br />

New Brighton and Christchurch<br />

Coastal Residents’ United met<br />

with Regenerate Christchurch to<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

THE BALL is finally moving over the<br />

impact rising sea levels will have for<br />

Southshore and South New Brighton.<br />

Regenerate Christchurch has set up a<br />

hub in Estuary Rd (see page 1) to get public<br />

opinion as part of its four-month public<br />

consultation process. Why it’s taken Regenerate so long to get to<br />

this point is frustrating for some.<br />

Rising sea levels and the impact it will have on people living<br />

near the coast is massive. There are resource consent and<br />

insurance issues.<br />

There is also a division between the Southshore Residents’<br />

Association and the South New Brighton Residents’<br />

Association. Southshore is happy consultation has started;<br />

South New Brighton passed a vote of no confidence in<br />

Regenerate last year. Turbulent waters ahead.<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

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MOVING: Swimmers take the plunge at Scarborough beach following the dedication of seats installed on the Esplanade in<br />

memory of Paul Zarifeh and Sam Zarifeh.<br />

SEVERAL hundred people<br />

thronged to Scarborough beach last<br />

Sunday to remember Paul and Sam<br />

Zarifeh, the Sumner father and son<br />

who died last year.<br />

Paul died of pancreatic cancer<br />

on November 23 aged 60. Three<br />

weeks later, Sam died after falling<br />

from a raft on the Landsborough<br />

River, inland from Haast.<br />

Memorial seats dedicated to<br />

their memory were unveiled<br />

on the Esplanade, opposite<br />

Hardwicke St at 11am.<br />

Staff and students from<br />

Christchurch Boys’ High School,<br />

where Sam was a teacher and<br />

boarding master, performed<br />

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Tuesday <strong>July</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2018</strong> 5<br />

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Maori names given to community boards<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

• By Bridget Rutherford<br />

COMMUNITY BOARDS now<br />

have Maori names to reflect<br />

an increased awareness of the<br />

language and culture.<br />

The seven community boards<br />

have been given names, which<br />

are to be added at the front of the<br />

current English ones. They also<br />

feature in the agendas.<br />

“Ngāi Tahu relationship team<br />

have created<br />

the following<br />

names that<br />

reflects the<br />

wants of the<br />

rūnanga, and<br />

the desire to<br />

keep a Maori<br />

worldview<br />

Mike Mora<br />

towards<br />

naming<br />

each community board,” a city<br />

council spokeswoman said.<br />

She said there had been an<br />

increase in awareness of te ao<br />

Māori (Māori worldview) by<br />

community board members and<br />

city council staff.<br />

Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/<br />

Banks Peninsula Community<br />

Board means the storehouse of<br />

Rākaihāutu. Rākaihāutu was<br />

one of the founding ancestors of<br />

Waitaha, an older South Island<br />

tribe, and explored the South<br />

Island’s mountains.<br />

Lincoln University has a<br />

sculpture by Chris Booth made<br />

with stones commemorating his<br />

exploits.<br />

The rest of the boards’ new<br />

names begin with Wai, which<br />

means waters.<br />

The Coastal-Burwood<br />

Community Board’s new<br />

additional name is Waitai. Tai<br />

means shore.<br />

The Linwood-Central-<br />

Heathcote Community Board’s<br />

is Waikura – wai for waters and<br />

kura for leader.<br />

The Spreydon-Cashmere<br />

Community Board has Waihoro.<br />

Horo means rush or landslip.<br />

The Fendalton-Waimairi-<br />

Harewood Community Board<br />

has Waimāero, which translates<br />

to waters and springs.<br />

The Papanui-Innes<br />

Community Board was given<br />

Waipapa. Wai for waters and<br />

papa for land and space.<br />

The Halswell-Hornby-<br />

Riccarton Community Board<br />

was originally given Wainui,<br />

which meant waters and large<br />

and vast. But the board later<br />

requested it be changed to<br />

Waipuna. Chairman Mike<br />

Mora said he was concerned<br />

there could be confusion with<br />

HISTORY:<br />

A sculpture<br />

at Lincoln<br />

University that<br />

commemorates<br />

Rākaihāutu’s<br />

exploits.<br />

Wainui in Akaroa Harbour and<br />

respectfully asked if it could be<br />

changed.<br />

He said Waipuna related to<br />

the various springs and wells<br />

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headwaters of three rivers, the<br />

Avon, Heathcote and Halswell.<br />

“I personally think it’s a name<br />

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The spokeswoman said the<br />

names did not cost anything to<br />

implement.<br />

She said they joined a raft<br />

of other initiatives by the city<br />

council to increase awareness<br />

and use of the language and<br />

culture.<br />

The city council offered four<br />

courses for its staff.<br />

Reo <strong>10</strong>1 taught the language<br />

and pronunciation while the<br />

Treaty of Waitangi course<br />

looked at the history of the<br />

treaty and Maori and Pakeha<br />

relationships.<br />

Ngai Tahu <strong>10</strong>1 looked at the<br />

history of the iwi, and Maori<br />

<strong>10</strong>1 taught basic tikanga and<br />

protocols.<br />

The spokeswoman said the<br />

city council also promoted<br />

participation in Matariki and<br />

Maori Language Week.<br />

Environment Canterbury<br />

has also given its proposed new<br />

wards for next year’s local body<br />

elections Maori names to reflect<br />

the characteristics of each area.<br />

North Canterbury-Ōpukepuke<br />

means area of rolling hills,<br />

Mid-Canterbury-Ōpākihi is<br />

area of flat plains, and South<br />

Canterbury-Ōtuhituhi means<br />

area of rock drawings.<br />

North Christchurch-Ōrei<br />

means area of wetlands, while<br />

West Christchurch-Ōpuna<br />

is area of springs. Central<br />

Christchurch-Ōhoko reflects<br />

an area of trading and South<br />

Christchurch-Ōwhanga<br />

translates to an area of bays,<br />

inlets and harbours.<br />

Talks begin on rising sea levels<br />

•From page 1<br />

The strategy aims to provide<br />

short, medium and long-term<br />

options to adapt to the effects of<br />

climate change, including sea<br />

level rise, and the remaining<br />

effects from the earthquakes.<br />

Public engagement will<br />

continue through to October.<br />

After that Regenerate will<br />

consider options to cope with<br />

rising sea levels.<br />

Early next year it will begin to<br />

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It comes as Government MPs<br />

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The city council’s High<br />

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A group made up of coastal<br />

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News<br />

Vandals<br />

hit Leslie<br />

Park<br />

• By Anan Zaki<br />

VANDALS HAVE hit a sports<br />

ground’s new surface for a second<br />

time in two months.<br />

The latest incident at Leslie<br />

Park on Thursday night came just<br />

a week after rugby league players<br />

returned to the field following<br />

damage from an earlier act of<br />

vandalism six weeks ago.<br />

The park is the Hornby Panthers<br />

home ground.<br />

In the latest incident, the field<br />

was damaged by a driver in a<br />

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club president Brent Tomlinson<br />

said. A witness had reported it to<br />

police, he said.<br />

Mr Tomlinson said it was<br />

“heartbreaking” to see the fields<br />

damaged again.<br />

Constable Deb Smalley said the<br />

incident was reported to police<br />

close to midnight on Thursday.<br />

“A guy drove through the<br />

fence and decided to carve the<br />

park up. It’s a shame because<br />

we’re out of action again,” Mr<br />

Tomlinson said. The park was<br />

given a $144,000 turf upgrade for<br />

the Rugby League World Cup last<br />

year.<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

TWO PUPILS from Heathcote<br />

Valley School have won a<br />

place in a nationwide cooking<br />

competition with a creole dish<br />

from Reunion Island, east of<br />

Madagascar.<br />

The pair qualified for the Root<br />

to Tip final in Wellington next<br />

month, where chef Al Brown<br />

will be head judge and crown<br />

this year’s winners.<br />

The Root to Tip competition<br />

has gone national after last year’s<br />

trial in Canterbury proved a<br />

roaring success. Otis Swallow<br />

and Noah Cobby from Diamond<br />

Special service to mark Armistice Day<br />

• By Sarla Donovan<br />

THE SIGNING of the armistice<br />

that ended World War 1 will be<br />

marked with a special service at<br />

the Akaroa War Memorial.<br />

Church bells rang out around<br />

the world on Armistice Day –<br />

November 11, 1918 – signalling<br />

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said Banks<br />

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committee<br />

vice-president<br />

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Tichborne.<br />

Bryan<br />

Tichborne<br />

The<br />

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planned for<br />

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Sunday, November 11, include<br />

a guest speaker, readings and<br />

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At St Peter’s Anglican Church<br />

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Floral tributes will be<br />

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1918, said Mr Tichborne.<br />

It’s anticipated that rolled<br />

oat biscuits (forerunners of the<br />

Anzac biscuit) will be served<br />

Harbour School won the inaugural<br />

competition.<br />

Year 6 pupils Nia McDonald<br />

and Jean Taylor competed<br />

against six other teams from<br />

Canterbury to take the regional<br />

crown with their choko gratin<br />

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The pupils had to grate, slice,<br />

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or no food waste.<br />

Team manager and number<br />

one fan Rosamund McDonald<br />

will accompany the pair to Wellington<br />

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with 20 other budding<br />

after the ceremony, along with<br />

tea and coffee.<br />

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Almost <strong>10</strong>0,000 New<br />

Zealanders served overseas in<br />

World War 1 from a population<br />

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New Zealand forces first saw<br />

food enthusiasts from around<br />

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Ms McDonald said the gratin<br />

recipe came from the mother of<br />

a friend from Reunion Island,<br />

an elderly lady in her 90s.<br />

“Creole cooking uses lots of<br />

combat in 1915 at Egypt<br />

and Gallipoli but were<br />

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bitter end.<br />

Around 18,000 New<br />

Zealanders died in, or because<br />

of, the war. There were 41,000<br />

wounded or seriously ill.<br />

Worldwide, more than nine<br />

million soldiers died and seven<br />

WINNERS: Nia McDonald<br />

and Jean Taylor in action at<br />

the regional finals of the Root<br />

to Tip cooking competition. ​<br />

garlic and thyme and choko<br />

is very common there. Ours<br />

actually came from Gisborne<br />

because the season here was cut<br />

short with all the rain. Everything<br />

else was sourced from our<br />

gardens as much as possible.”<br />

The rhubumble crumble was<br />

an all-local, seasonal affair made<br />

from a next door neighbour’s<br />

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• By Jacob Page<br />

ST PETER’S School pupil Amber<br />

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OVERSEAS: Maddison Aubrey will take his talents to the United States on a scholarship next<br />

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CASHMERE TENNIS Club<br />

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music education scene for 62 years so why<br />

not come along and join us?<br />

CSM is a not-for-profit organisation with<br />

a strong focus on community. From ages 2<br />

to 92 we have something for everyone. On<br />

a Saturday morning the whole family can<br />

find something to suit.<br />

For the young ones there are pre-school<br />

and junior school classes, “Take Off with<br />

Music”, 41/2 year olds can start on Suzuki<br />

strings and at 6 the recorder is a great<br />

instrument to learn<br />

Older children and<br />

adults may opt for group<br />

or individual lessons on<br />

a specific instrument<br />

(including voice). With<br />

six orchestras, two<br />

concert bands, a Big Band,<br />

a jazz combo, 6 wind<br />

ensembles, rock bands,<br />

two choirs, chamber<br />

groups, a samba band and<br />

a guitar ensemble there<br />

is an ensemble to suit all<br />

levels and all ages.<br />

The UC Christchurch<br />

Youth Orchestra, CSM’s top orchestra,<br />

generously sponsored by the University of<br />

Canterbury Foundation, has an exciting<br />

concert series throughout the year.<br />

The School also runs an extensive<br />

Outreach programme in local schools<br />

incorporating a band programme, ukulele,<br />

recorder and percussion teaching.<br />

If affordability is an issue, CSM may be<br />

able to offer a discount through funding<br />

provided by the Rata Foundation.<br />

Enrolments are open for Semester 2 so<br />

please contact us via our website www.<br />

csm.org.nz and let us start you on a<br />

musical journey that will bring pleasure<br />

for a lifetime.<br />

Knit ‘n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, <strong>10</strong>.30am-<br />

1pm<br />

Go along to Linwood<br />

Library for the craft<br />

corner sessions. Take your<br />

knitting, crochet or other<br />

craft projects and spend<br />

time with other crafters.<br />

Free and beginners are<br />

welcome.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre<br />

Creative Writing<br />

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm<br />

Take a pen or pencil, a<br />

laptop, paper, and any of<br />

your story-telling or art<br />

projects you want to<br />

work on. A group leader<br />

will work with you on<br />

your ideas. There is no<br />

charge.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre<br />

Mid-Week Laughter<br />

Club<br />

Wednesday, 6-7pm<br />

Go along to a club which<br />

focuses on getting over<br />

stress. It aims to release<br />

endorphins and help you<br />

relax and lower stress<br />

levels. There is no comedy,<br />

stand-up or jokes at this<br />

session. Instead, you<br />

are encouraged to make<br />

yourself laugh at nothing<br />

at all for the purpose of<br />

relaxing. Entry is $2.<br />

St Marks Methodist<br />

Church, cnr of Barrington<br />

and Somerfield Sts<br />

Friendship and Tea<br />

Thursday, <strong>10</strong>-1pm<br />

Go and join the<br />

laughter and fun over<br />

a decent cup of tea/<br />

coffee with Royal Albert<br />

fine china. Keyboard<br />

music playing live with<br />

requests. Donation of $3<br />

appreciated.<br />

Cashmere New Life,<br />

corner of Colombo St and<br />

Malcolm Ave<br />

Rummikub Club<br />

Thursday, <strong>10</strong>am-noon<br />

Go and join in on a<br />

game of rummikub, a<br />

game for two to four<br />

players, combining<br />

elements of rummy and<br />

mahjong. There is no<br />

charge to play.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre<br />

Babytimes/Wā Pēpi<br />

Friday, 2.00pm-2.30pm<br />

Encourage learning<br />

through language.<br />

Babytimes is an interactive<br />

programme including<br />

rhymes, songs, stories<br />

and play. Free session.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre<br />

Scrabble @ Linwood<br />

Library<br />

Friday, <strong>10</strong>.30am-noon<br />

Go along to Scrabble<br />

Club every Friday. All<br />

materials supplied.<br />

Linwood Library,<br />

Eastgate Shopping Centre<br />

Spreydon Social Games<br />

Club<br />

Saturday, <strong>10</strong>am-noon<br />

Join a friendly game or<br />

two of upwords, scrabble,<br />

cards, chess, mahjong and<br />

more.<br />

Spreydon Library, 266<br />

Barrington St<br />

Opawa Farmers’<br />

Market<br />

Sunday, 9am-noon<br />

Go along to the<br />

market for organic and<br />

delicious produce from<br />

local growers. Enjoy<br />

sipping on a coffee while<br />

wandering around the<br />

market.<br />

275 Fifield Tce<br />

School Holiday<br />

Activity: Create Your<br />

Own Mini World<br />

Monday, <strong>10</strong>.30-11.30am<br />

Come and make<br />

your own mini world<br />

or diorama using<br />

shoe boxes, plenty of<br />

craft materials and<br />

your imagination.<br />

Free event, no bookings<br />

required.<br />

Spreydon Library, 266<br />

Barrington St<br />

Not Just Cards – Social<br />

Games Club<br />

Monday, 2-4pm<br />

Join this group to play<br />

scrabble, upwords, chess<br />

and cards.<br />

South Library,<br />

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Continuing EduCAtion<br />

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CWEA - More<br />

than just a course!<br />

The WEA opposite the Christchurch Art<br />

Gallery on Gloucester St, has been offering<br />

affordable adult education for over <strong>10</strong>0<br />

years. A recent survey of participants and<br />

tutors shows that it is about more than just<br />

the courses it runs. Kazuko who teaches<br />

Japanese arts and culture says “It’s my home<br />

away from home, a home of learning”. The<br />

homely feel and warm welcome you get<br />

on stepping through the door indicate an<br />

inclusive, caring culture - values which<br />

have long been held high at the WEA. With<br />

discussion clubs like “The Thinkers Group”,<br />

courses on Women’s Suffrage and Armchair<br />

travel as well as regular speaker slots called<br />

“The Social Issues Soap Box”, a community<br />

of learners are being encouraged to explore,<br />

analyze and expand their horizons.<br />

As our emerging city seeks to position<br />

itself as progressive and forward thinking it<br />

is clear that this centrally located education<br />

hub has a key role to play: it gives us space<br />

to reflect on, learn about and challenge the<br />

world we see around us - whilst nurturing<br />

community both in and outside the<br />

classroom.<br />

For what’s on visit www.cwea.org.nz<br />

drop in or call 366 0285.<br />

Volunteers Caroline and Marilyn tend<br />

to the garden.<br />

Never. Stop. Learning.<br />

Canterbury Workers Educational Association<br />

www.cwea.org.nz /ph366 0285<br />

NZ Massage<br />

Therapy Diplomas<br />

by Distance Learning<br />

The New Zealand College of Chinese<br />

Medicine now offers both the NZ Diploma<br />

in Wellness and Relaxation Massage Level 5<br />

and the NZ Diploma in Remedial Massage<br />

Level 6 on line, becoming the first private<br />

training provider in New Zealand to offer<br />

these qualifications nationally by Blended<br />

Learning (Distance Learning and Block<br />

courses). This exciting development<br />

provides learners with choice and flexibility<br />

about how and when they study and<br />

enables much greater access to these NZQA<br />

approved massage qualifications.<br />

Both Diplomas are one-year full time<br />

courses. Students may study part time<br />

if they wish. The course design of both<br />

qualifications comprises distance on line<br />

learning modules in theory and on campus<br />

practical block modules offered either at the<br />

College’s Auckland campus or regionally<br />

where numbers of enrolments justify this.<br />

These block courses ensure students meet<br />

the supervised practical requirements<br />

to register as a<br />

massage therapist<br />

with Massage New<br />

Zealand.<br />

The programmes<br />

are taught by very<br />

Piano<br />

Raewyn Clegg<br />

Registered Teacher of<br />

Piano and Theory of<br />

Music.<br />

29 Lancewood Drive<br />

Halswell<br />

Ph 322-9377<br />

experienced teaching staff and produce<br />

graduates who are equipped with the<br />

knowledge and skills required for effective<br />

professional clinical practice in either<br />

wellness and relaxation massage therapies<br />

or in remedial massage therapies. Graduates<br />

obtain the latest internationally recognised<br />

New Zealand registered qualification in<br />

their field and open the door to a wide<br />

range of employment opportunities.<br />

Students who complete the level 6<br />

programme may pathway to bachelor’s<br />

degrees in Massage Therapy.<br />

The New Zealand College of Chinese<br />

Medicine is proud of its past links with<br />

Christchurch and is pleased to now be able<br />

to offer Christchurch students the chance<br />

to study massage therapy on line at home<br />

and in their own way and time.<br />

For more information contact the<br />

College on 0800 888 518 or (09) 580 2376<br />

or email enrolment@chinesemedicine.<br />

ac.nz.<br />

new online blended learning courses<br />

study wellness and<br />

relaxation massage<br />

• new Zealand diploma in wellness and relaxation massage, level 5<br />

• new Zealand diploma in remedial massage, level 6<br />

• New flexible learning options, distance and block courses<br />

• NZQA approved and accredited<br />

• Eligible for loans and allowances<br />

• Fees free policy may apply<br />

Other courses available in Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine and Health Maintenance.<br />

Check our website for more details.<br />

enrol<br />

now for<br />

july <strong>2018</strong><br />

intake<br />

Phone: 0800 888 518 | Email: auck@chinesemedicine.ac.nz | 321 Great South Road, Greenlane, Auckland<br />

Refer to website our for open days: www.chinesemedicine.ac.nz


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continuing education<br />

Adult and Community Education at<br />

Risingholme Community Centre<br />

Spring is on the way and we are excited<br />

about the courses that are due to start in<br />

term 3. There are still spaces available and<br />

we are pleased to have some new classes for<br />

<strong>2018</strong>. The term starts on Monday 30th <strong>July</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong> and all class information is available<br />

via our website. www.risingholme.org.nz<br />

Our new classes include Print Making for<br />

Beginners, Drawing and Sketching, Night<br />

Photography and Photoshop. We have also<br />

developed a new series of classes that focus<br />

on sustainability ‘Future Living Skills’ This<br />

sustainable living programme is a practical,<br />

fun way to learn and use actions, which not<br />

only reduce your environmental impacts,<br />

but can also save you money and bring you<br />

a heathier lifestyle. The ‘Plastics Free’<br />

and ‘Fermented Foods’ workshops<br />

although offered separately are also<br />

offered as part of the ‘Future Living<br />

Skills’ programme. We are continually<br />

developing new courses based on<br />

the information that we gather from<br />

the community, so please check our<br />

website regularly for updates.<br />

Risingholme’s traditional base of art<br />

and craft courses continues to flourish<br />

with a full range available at a number<br />

of venues. They include fabrics,<br />

woodwork skills, cake decorating,<br />

health & fitness and well-being,<br />

computing, guitar and photography,<br />

cooking as well as many others.<br />

Have you ever considered learning a new<br />

Language we have a number of these that<br />

will run throughout the year including NZ<br />

Sign, Te Reo Maori, ESOL, Russian Italian,<br />

Arabic, German, Spanish and Italian.<br />

Language classes run at a variety of levels<br />

from Beginners to more advanced.<br />

If you can’t find what you are looking for<br />

– “Tell us what you would like to learn”<br />

For more information on classes at<br />

Risingholme, Riccarton High School,<br />

Christchurch Girls High School, Shirley<br />

Boys High School and Hornby High<br />

School, contact Risingholme Community<br />

Centre at 332 7359 or email info@<br />

risingholme.org.nz<br />

The full programme for Term 3<br />

is on our website at http://www.<br />

risingholme.org.nz<br />

Adult and Community<br />

Education Term 3, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Come learn with us<br />

Risingholme Community Centre offers<br />

a wide range of short courses, each term,<br />

at a range of venues.<br />

Shirley Boys’ High School<br />

Painting with Acrylics, German Language, Photoshop, Reiki Level 1, Spanish<br />

Language Level 3, Te Reo Maori, Thai Cooking, Website Design, Woodwork,<br />

Yoga (range of classes). Art of Creativity & Expression, Intro to Coding &<br />

Electronics using Arduino, Art of Motion & Dance.<br />

Risingholme Community Centre<br />

Art (Create with Pastels & Paints, Mixed Media, Watercolour, Painting with<br />

Acrylics), Mindfulness, Cake Decorating, Drawing & Sketching, Embroidery,<br />

ESOL, Fabric & Craft Skills, Guitar, Pottery, Sewing Skills, Upholstery, Using<br />

your Overlocker, Weekend Sewing classes, Yoga, Wood Sculpture, Woodwork,<br />

Woodwork for Women, Zentangle, Weaving, Printmaking, Fermented Foods,<br />

Plastics Free, Night Photography.<br />

Christchurch Girls’ High School<br />

Dressmaking, Embroidery, Te Reo Maori, Watercolour Painting, Drawing &<br />

Sketching, Preserving Fruit, Vegetables & Herbs.<br />

Hornby High School<br />

Sewing Skills, Thai Cooking.<br />

Riccarton High School<br />

Calligraphy, Level 3 ESOL IELTS, ESOL Business English Intermediate.<br />

Indian Cooking, Italian Language, NZ Sign Language (a range of levels),<br />

Russian Language, Sewing Skills, Spanish Language, Te Reo Maori, Arabic, A<br />

taste of Egyptian cooking, Picture Framing.<br />

Full details available on www.risingholme.org.nz<br />

Risingholme office at 99 Hawford Road<br />

Phone 332 7359 | Email info@risingholme.org.nz<br />

www.risingholme.org.nz


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continuing education<br />

adult and community<br />

education courses at<br />

Papanui High School<br />

With winter upon us why not take the<br />

opportunity of longer evenings to take up<br />

a new hobby, learn a new skill, meet some<br />

new people and have fun at the same time<br />

then join one of Papanui High School’s<br />

exciting range of Adult and Community<br />

Education Courses for Term 3 beginning<br />

from 30 <strong>July</strong>. We have a wide range of<br />

courses to choose from and guarantee you<br />

will find something to appeal regardless of<br />

age or interests.<br />

One of our new courses on offer for Term<br />

3 is Writing Books for Children and Young<br />

Adults. This course will cover writing for all<br />

ages from children’s picture books through<br />

to young adult/teenage market and will<br />

look at plotting, characters, techniques and<br />

publishing and self publishing. Michele<br />

McConnochie who is an experienced writer<br />

and teacher is the tutor for the course which<br />

is being held at Papanui High School on a<br />

Take up a new hobby,<br />

learn a new skill,<br />

meet some new<br />

people and have fun<br />

Wednesday night starting 1 August 7-9pm<br />

for 6 weeks at a cost of $1<strong>10</strong>.<br />

For further information and enrolment<br />

in this or any of our courses please visit<br />

our website www.papanui.school.nz or<br />

telephone our office on 3520701, or email<br />

Barbara Roper rpb@papanui.school.nz<br />

FREE digital<br />

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For those looking for a role that<br />

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this outstanding, FREE, entry level course<br />

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The course covers introduction to<br />

multi-media techniques such as video<br />

production, drawing, animation and<br />

photography. Students will create their own<br />

design concepts and collaborate with other<br />

students on creative projects.<br />

This course is FREE to students aged 16<br />

to 19 and they only have to have NCEA 1<br />

to join. Students without NCEA 1 can be<br />

admitted, if they show artistic or digital<br />

aptitude.<br />

“Many feel that school is not working for<br />

them or they left without qualifications,”<br />

says Rhys Pollard, Marketer with tertiary<br />

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academically minded, they do have artistic<br />

talents and are very much into digital<br />

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“This FREE six-month Trainme course,<br />

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practical way, giving them an intro into<br />

various digital media. This way, they can<br />

decide which direction to pursue as their<br />

career focus.”<br />

“As an NZQA approved programme,<br />

NCEA credits are built in, so if they apply<br />

themselves, they can graduate with a New<br />

Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design<br />

Level 2, as well as gaining credits towards<br />

NCEA level 1 or 2,” says Pollard.<br />

“NCEA results will depend on how many<br />

credits they bring to the course to start<br />

with, but as it’s a fun subject, it won’t feel<br />

like school at all.”<br />

Successful graduates from this<br />

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study in media arts, which could include<br />

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digital-based careers. Places are limited, so<br />

students are encouraged to apply as soon as<br />

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Enrol now to start 23rd <strong>July</strong>. Contact<br />

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Tuesday <strong>July</strong> <strong>10</strong> <strong>2018</strong> 21<br />

REAL ESTATE<br />

BIG house, BIG future - 5-6 bedrooms<br />

Selling “As is - Where is”<br />

266 Mt Pleasant Road, Mt Pleasant<br />

Auction: Thursday 26th <strong>July</strong> 12.00pm at Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave (Unless sold prior)<br />

5 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 6 off-street parks | Listing #FM5441<br />

After many years of deliberating, the vendors<br />

have made the difficult decision and decided<br />

to walk away from their earthquake damaged<br />

home. Make no mistake, this home will be SOLD<br />

on or before Auction day....and some would say<br />

“Their loss could be your gain”.<br />

The floor plan features an open plan kitchen,<br />

dining, living which interconnects with another<br />

lounge. Sliding doors open out to the expansive<br />

upstairs deck. 5-6 bedrooms on offer with 2<br />

bathrooms and 3 toilets. This north-west facing<br />

home has been built for the views and the sun.<br />

This is a fantastic opportunity for a builder to<br />

renew this as a future family home or even a rental<br />

investment for professionals who will appreciate<br />

the Mt Pleasant and surrounding environment.<br />

Beautifully positioned on the Mt Pleasant hill<br />

to enjoy stunning views of the <strong>Southern</strong> Alps<br />

and the Kaikoura’s, the Estuary and the Pacific<br />

Ocean. Large outdoor deck to enjoy the view or<br />

sit in the spa pool with a double lockup garage<br />

underneath. The home has two heat pumps to<br />

keep you warm in winter plus a security system<br />

for ‘peace of mind’.<br />

Zoned for Mt Pleasant School and close to<br />

Ferrymead shops and restaurants with Sumner<br />

beach a short <strong>10</strong> minutes’ or so drive away.<br />

Auction: Thursday 26th <strong>July</strong> 12.00pm at<br />

Grenadier House, 98 Moorhouse Ave (Unless<br />

sold prior).<br />

Open Homes: Wednesday, Saturday and<br />

Sunday 1:30pm - 2:15pm.<br />

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