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IT WAS a trip down memory

lane for 100-year-old June

Hayes, who attended a special

ceremony to recognise Linwood

North School’s long journey to

be rebuilt.

Rising seawaters

Struggle to get resource and

building consents not over

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The ceremony was held on

Friday to celebrate the opening of

the school’s new hall, administration

and three classroom blocks.

The new facilities were officially

opened by Governor-

General Dame Patsy Reddy

and was also attended by her

husband Sir David Gascoigne

and Mayor Lianne Dalziel.

Mrs Hayes is the school’s

oldest living former pupil. She

turned 100 on June 26 this year.

She cut a large cake to

celebrate the school’s 110th anniversary

on Friday, along with

Environment awards

Celebration for Queenspark

Primary School

SPECIAL: Head boy Priyanshu Dalai, youngest boy Samuel Cave, head girl Tayah Ngaha and youngest girl Olivia Houben help

100-year-old past pupil June Hayes cut a celebration cake.

PHOTO: ANGELA BOYES

Oldest living pupil back at Linwood North

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

CITY COUNCILLORS David

East and Glenn Livingstone have

pledged to fight against the annual

New Brighton

fireworks event

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from the pier.

They have told

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It confirmed last week the event

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WE’VE PUT David East and Glenn

Livingstone on record this week: They have

pledged to fight any attempt to move the

fireworks display from New Brighton.

You wouldn’t expect anything less from

the ward’s two sitting councillors. Now it’s

black and white in the Pegasus Post there’ll be no wriggle room

for them - not that I am suggesting they would try that.

As far as Pegasus Post is concerned the Guy Fawkes display

must stay in New Brighton.

Murmurings from council staff that there are traffic issues as

we reported last week are in my view a red herring. There are

traffic issues everywhere with big events.

Clearly the city council is planning/scheming to move this

great event.

Don’t let them!

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Tuesday August 7 2018 3

News

Waterfront consent no precedent

• By Sarla Donovan and Georgia

O’Connor-Harding

AN OUTCOME allowing a

property to be built in Redcliffs

is unlikely to help Southshore

and South New Brighton

residents struggling to get

resource and building consents.

An independent hearings

panel has granted Redcliffs

section owner Wendy Gilchrist

resource consent to build on a

waterfront site in Main Rd, after

a year-long wait.

It is a small win in an ongoing

saga where coastal residents living

in the city council’s High Flood

Management Plan area are facing

difficulties obtaining resource

consent to extend their homes or

build on empty sections.

But Coastal- Burwood Community

Board deputy chairman

Tim Sintes said he does not

believe the decision has set a

precedent for others in the same

situation.

He said not a lot of people can

afford to through an independent

hearings panel process and

there is no clear path moving

forward.

The hearing panel said Mrs

Gilchrist’s consent was an exception

and “cannot in any way

create a planning precedent for

applications on sites in other

HOT TOPIC: About 100 people, including Southshore and

South New Brighton residents packed into the Redcliffs

Bowling Club to discuss difficulties they are facing in getting

consents to extend their property.

parts of the Residential Unit

Overlay.”

But following the decision, city

council acting head of resource

consents Andy Christofferson

wrote in a memorandum to

Mayor Lianne Dalziel the panel’s

ruling would be “valuable in

shaping city council officers

thinking on this matter going

forward.”

It came a day after more than

100 residents met with Christchurch

Coastal Residents United to

hear about issues being faced by

coastal property owners when

trying to get resource and building

consents.

The CCRU is made up

of coastal residents and experts.

The meeting looked at how

1486 sites in a Restricted Unit

Overlay within the High Flood

Hazard Management Area are

being treated by city council

planners.

The CCRU believes a restricted

discretionary activity rule,

recommended by the replacement

District Plan independent

hearings panel, was left out

when the plan was finalised last

year.

Without the discretionary

rule, under the District Plan new

developments or intensification

of land use in the High Flood

Management Plan area is to be

avoided.

Mr Sintes, who attended the

meeting, said it was a very good

meeting and it is going to continue

lobbying to resolve the issue.

Last month Labour MPs Ruth

Dyson, Duncan Webb and Poto

Williams met with members of

CCRU and Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member Darrell Latham to discuss

the problem and a potential

remedy.

Ms Dyson said after that

meeting they had agreed to do

further investigations before

making a decision on “what

intervention, if any, is necessary

or appropriate.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said he wanted

Greater Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods

to use her powers under the

Christchurch Regeneration Act

to fast track changes to the city’s

district plan.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

FREEDOM CAMPING

The city council is planning

to update freedom camping

signage at the north and

south ramps in New Brighton

following a request from the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board. The signage will include

a digital QR code linking to all

city council campgrounds. It is

planned the new signage will be

in place within a month.

GODWIT SCULPTURE

City council staff have

confirmed the Kuaka/Godwit

sculpture planned for Bridge St

is exempt from the building and

resource consent. Pegasus Post

previously reported there had

been some delays in the project

due to the resource consent

process and getting the funds

raised. The sculpture is set to be

complete in October in time for

the Godwits’ arrival.

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Brighton fireworks

fight starts

•From page 1

He said the items he would

be stressing is the event makes

for great viewing, all fireworks

land in the sea, making it easy

to clean up and no one is at risk

of being hit, he said.

“This has been an integral

part of the event programme of

the east,” he said.

Cr Livingstone said the fireworks

should stay.

“The question has been raised

before over safety concerns but

my view is wherever you hold

the fireworks there is going to

be safety concerns that need to

be addressed anyway.”

He said he suspects council

would be faced with a unanimous

resolution from the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board to

keep the event where it is.

City council community

support, governance and partnerships

John Filsell said last

week for a number of years it

has received feedback on traffic

management congestion.

But Cr East said while there

are difficulties for traffic exiting

the event, the east has been

compounded by ongoing roadworks.

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•From page 1

After reading an article earlier

this year on Mrs Hayes’ 100th

birthday, Ms Smith sent her a

birthday card and wrote to her

asking if she was well enough

on the day, could she go to the

ceremony.

She said the journey the school

had been through was unique.

“I feel an immense sense

of pride in the journey of the

school and what they are now

achieving,” she said.

In 2007, Ms Smith encouraged

its board of trustees to apply

for the Ministry of Education

National Building Replacement

Funding programme to rebuild

buildings dating back to the

1940s.

The February 22, 2011,

earthquake not only damaged

the school hall but rafted two

other classroom blocks under

construction and severely

damaged the school grounds and

car parks with liquefaction.

Due to the school’s rapid

roll growth, it is awaiting

construction of a fourth

classroom block.

On the day of the earthquake

the school had about 185 pupils

before it went down to 125 in

about a week. It is now sitting at

305.

Ms Smith said the pupils have

never been in a school hall and

it was significant teaching them

about special occasions, the role

of the governor-general and the

commonwealth.

She said it was an “amazing

occasion” to have Dame Patsy

and Sir David attend.

But it was not the only

milestone acknowledged – it

announced its new school name

gifted by Ngai Tahu.

From next year the school will

officially be known as Whitau

School.

Whitau means the purest

and raw form of flax fibre and

is strong and resilient – boding

with the school’s vision and

values.

Ngai Tahu believes the flax

grew abundantly in the north

Linwood area of the school

giving it both a historical and

metaphorical association to

the school and its learning

model.

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Governor-general at Linwood North

COLOURFUL: A performance

by Linwood North School’s

Pasifika Group.

PHOTOS: ANGELA BOYES

CELEBRATION: Dame Patsy Reddy officially opened

Linwood North School’s new buildings on Friday.

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

SOUTHSHORE residents

are fed up over inefficient

stormwater drains filling up

when it rains.

At issue is rainwater being

unable to flow out from the

stormwater drains on parts of

Rocking Horse Rd to the Southshore

estuary.

This is due to the pipe running

out to the estuary being buried

which causes the gutters on parts

of Rocking Horse Rd to overflow

with rainwater.

It has been an ongoing problem

for about six years.

It was noted at a recent

Coastal-Burwood-Community

Board meeting there were concerns.

The city council has received

five complaints about surface

flooding on the road in the past

year.

City council land drainage

manager Keith Davison said

PROBLEM: Stormwater drains on parts of Rocking Horse Rd are filling up when it rains due to the

main pipe running to the estuary being buried. ​

drainage along Rocking Horse

Rd is challenging given the low

lying nature of the land.

“The city council will continue

to maintain the outfalls and pipe

networks servicing Rocking

Horse Rd. Temporary pumps

will continue to be deployed

when required,” he said.

Deputy chairman Tim Sintes

said he gets “annoyed” because

it is often viewed as a flooding

issue when the problem is the

stormwater cannot get out of the

drainage system properly because

it is not working properly.

He said the city council bringing

a pump down when there is a

storm or bad weather is a “Band-

Aid fix.”

“This is nuisance flooding that

has gone on for too long. The

gutters are filling up with rain

because the water can’t get out

through a system that can’t operate

efficiently,” he said.

His views were backed by

Local

News

Now

Poor drains upset Southshore residents

When it

rains, it

floods

Fire rages, homes at risk

Rocking Horse Rd resident

Warwick Schaffer, who said, the

city council hiring a pump every

time the street is full of water

was a “ridiculous solution.”

He said the gutters overflow

with every little bit of rain,

which is a “real pain.”

Offshore and Coastal Engineering

Ltd managing director Gary

Teear said from what he had observed,

he thinks the pipe running

into the estuary along with other

pipes on the road have a rubber

duckbill valve at the end of it.

“You have this pipe down at

the estuary and you don’t want

the water coming up the pipe,

so when there is pressure on the

estuary side the duckbill is shut.

Mr Teear said when there is

water pressure on the inside of

the pipe, the valve should open.

But he said because the estuary’s

pipe and valve is so large,

it takes a lot of pressure to open

which was why rainfall was not

opening it. He said possibly

a number of smaller duckbill

valves are needed like a manifold,

which doesn’t require the

same rainfall pressure to open.

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WINNER: Waimairi Beach golfer, Allison Doell will

be presented with the Coronation Medal after she

won the national links competition.

WAIMAIRI Beach

golfer Allison Doell was

surprised as anyone when

she won the Coronation

Medal.

The medal was presented

to the New Zealand

Ladies Golf Union by

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1907 to commemorate

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other players, both in the

district and nationally.

Doell’s club played their

Coronation Medal round

in April and she shot 81,

which was adjusted to a

63 nett.

Now that all other

participating clubs have

played their round, Doell

was crowned the winner,

something she was elated

about.

“To be honest I’d forgotten

about it and when

I saw the email come

through I thought it was

an award the whole club

had won and it wasn’t until

I received another email

I read that it was for me,”

she said.

“It’s an amazing feeling,

like winning lotto.”

Doell, who plays off an

eight handicap when on

form, will be presented

with the medal later this

year at the end of the

season.

Doell, who lives in

Harewood has been playing

at the Waimairi Beach

club for more than 35

years after she moved to

Christchurch from Cheviot

to work in the city.

She said while she only

gets to play once a week,

she said it was a privilege

to play a good or bad

round.

“I don’t practice often,”

she said. “When I have

time to play that’s what I

love to do.

“When I shot that round

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of 81, I couldn’t wait to get

back out on the course and

play again,” she said.

“Even when it’s not going

well, I’m still grateful

for the chance to have

some exercise and walk in

the sun and I often think

of all the ladies I used to

play with who can’t play

golf any more and I think

I’m lucky.”

Doell said while there

were many closer golf

courses to her home, she

would always remain loyal

to Waimairi Beach.

“The club has been good

to me and even through

the earthquakes we still

have a very nice course out

there with great people,”

she said.

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Under the

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Brighton park area,

boosting safety and

accessibility and making

the park more user

friendly with the addition

of several features.

The draft plan includes

a new full basketball court

and picnic area, along

with a sealed car park

“We aim to enhance this

popular space, ensuring

the park and facilities

best meet community

needs in a safe and

open environment,” city

council community parks

manager Al Hardy said.

“We welcome the local

community’s feedback

and suggestions as

the reinvigoration of

New Brighton and the

surrounding areas steps

up.”

A new entrance further

along Marine Parade and

the installation of security

barriers to prevent nighttime

use are key elements

of the safety upgrade. New

post and cable fencing is

also proposed, along with

the replacement of several

trees that are in poor

condition.

Residents can also

attend a drop-in

information session at

New Brighton Library on

August 13 between 4pm

and 6pm.

The consultation period

closes on August 27, with

a staff report going to

the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board

for a final decision in

September or October.

The city council hopes

to start work at Thomson

Park by February next

year.

•To give feedback, go

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Your Local Views

Readers respond to last

week’s article on keeping

the annual city council Guy

Fawkes fireworks event in

New Brighton

Wilhelmina Flick – Please

keep it. We all enjoy it and would

hate to see it go. It’s great for the

businesses and is a wonderful

family event. My vote is for it to

stay.

Aaron Tily – I feel as if the

event should continue to be held

in New Brighton. If need be, get

those who go to the event on

buses. Solves some of the traffic

issues. If Wellington can have

fireworks on the waterfront we

should be allowed them on the

pier.

Sarah Spencer Smith – I

went last weekend and it was

packed out, even at 5pm on

Saturday. No space to change in

women’s changing room. Once

two schools open and clubs return

then there will be no room

for lane swimming. Need a 50m

pool desperately.

Aubrey Walker – Having

it at the end of the pier gives us

the best safety overall. When it

comes to the fireworks therefore

they give us a bigger show and

bigger shells. It’s amazing being

at the end of the pier, it should

never move and the date should

never change.

Jacob Savage – Hagley

Park, because if they continue

to do it at New Brighton beach

there will be so much rubbish on

the beach. It’s got worse over the

past years.

Maria Mann – Keep it

in Brighton. It’s brilliant, we

can watch it from our place in

South Brighton no need to

worry about a park or getting

home.

John Dunphy – When is

this city council going to force

the people remaining on the east

side of town out? Before or after

the lake goes in?

Graham Pownceby – How

about Summit Rd, so we can all

watch it from anywhere in the

city.

Taina Kahutia Tawhitopou

Connell – It stays where its

always been.

John Wooding – Hagley

Park is the obvious place.

We said:

Sport groups and recreational

users are jostling for

space at the new Taiora:

QE II Recreation and Sport

Centre:

You said:

Lynne Cook – I am writing

to say how disappointed we

are in the new QE II complex.

We have found the water temperature

cool to say the least. We

have gone back to Graham Condon

Recreation and Sports Centre

pool as its warmer. Talking to

people they are saying the same

– the pool staff are aware of this

but shrugging it off. I was told

it was cool for the swim squads.

We swim regularly and are even

more disappointed in the size

of the complex. The changing

rooms are very cramped,

two people sitting opposite each

other getting changed have

to be careful not to bang into

each other. The city council has

definitely made a big mistake

with the size of the complex. We

were absolutely horrified to be

turned away one Sunday due to

it being full. The 25m pool was

not full but the complex was. It’s

a real shame.

Gary Knight – Given the volume

of sporting groups that have

endured limited space facilities

prior to the opening of Taiora:

QE II Recreation and Sport Centre,

it would be surely reasonable

to allow them specific time slots

at this venue. A hydroslide, lap

pool, leisure pool, learn to swim,

hydrotherapy, spa sauna and

steam pool bears testimony to

the diverse range of facilities

for the benefit of all. In spite of

parochial viewpoints from some

recreational pool users, rationale

should prevail and concede the

need for specific times from

some sporting groups. Within

this context the sole use of the

25m pool for seven hours weekly

by water polo groups hardly

encroaches on the overall use of

this space for all public personnel.

Kim Button – It’s such a

shame that this iconic site was

not given more pool options. The

old QE II had a dive pool, a 50m

and a 25m lane pool for recreation

and sporting use (as well as

the lazy river and hydroslides).

Seems as though there has been

a genuine lack of vision and

understanding of the true needs

and demands for a decent aqua

recreation facility. And, as we

know, it’s going to be a very long

time before we see the metro

sports centre operating.

Gayle Elizabeth Lord

– Once again they didn’t listen

to those who live in the area,

many of whom used the old QE

II. The situation will only get

worse once we have two high

schools using the facilities.

Meredyth Anderson – I

think that most of the money

went on developing a pool that

could go up and down re: water

depth. I totally agree . . . it’s too

small for the demand and such a

shame.

Thor Major – There is just

not enough space for recreational

users who are not children

there at all. I went one evening

and found no adult swimming

space at all.

Amanda White – Closed

because either too full or “code

brown,” spa too shallow, changing

rooms too small. Dreading

when the schools open.

Tana Helsham – I feel like

they made a huge mistake with

its size. They had an opportunity

to create a world-class swimming

facility for professionals

as well as a large entertainment

pool for families. I did read there

are plans for another pool/park

on Brighton beach. So that could

relieve QE II pressure in like six

years maybe.

Tanya Hyde – Bad planning

on so many levels. Was so looking

forward to finally having a

pool in my area but it’s too busy.

Paula Hemingway – Another

council mistake by the

sound of it. It is never going to

get anything right.

Michelle Ben Haim – It was

obvious from the word go. It was

to small.

Heather Wilkins – At least

there is a pool to fight over on

that side of town. Just enjoy it.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Marie Carney – Take all the

floating devices out and you will

have heaps more room.

Kim Button – David East

(city councillor) wanted them to

build a 50m pool.

Karen Whila – Better get that

Linwood Pool built.

We said:

The Coastal Burwood and

ShirleyPapanui Community

Board met with the Ministry

of Education last week to

discuss concerns it had with

the proposed zone changes

for Avonside Girls’ and

Shirley Boys’ High Schools.

You said:

Vicki Ware – Prestons is closer

to Mairehau than QE II, it wasn’t

included in the zone. The school

runs its own zoning every three

years. I believe they could include

it at that stage, the zone is not

well thought out. South Brighton

is included which is further

away than the school original

zone and Prestons. The MoE has

failed everyone doing consulting

through a school holiday period

and wasn’t well publicised to the

area they were excluding unless

you had a child or were involved

in the school. We were given

options of Mairehau and Haeata

Community Campus. Prestons

has Mairehau High School, not far

at all. This was a closure by stealth,

and a new high school should be

built in Richmond, there are lots

of feeder schools here that will suffer

due to no definite high school

options.

Don Gould – Simply no

engagement from the MoE on

this issue with the community.

Where is the data from the MoE

that these calls are being made

on? What is the plan for schooling

for the southern area around

Richmond now? I really can’t

comment on this issue because I

just know nothing. The MoE has

put nothing in the public domain

that I’ve seen, so the only noise in

the room is simply from objectors

who seem very emotive at best.

Melissa Blair Herrick

responds to the July 24

article on Aranui barber

Luke Koia winning the

open section of the beard

category in the barber craft

competition in Auckland

recently – Does a barber cut

women’s hair? This guy seems so

talented.

We said:

Vandals are breaking into

the earthquake-damaged

New Brighton clock tower

and Sumner-Scarborough

clock tower and city council

is worried it is only a matter

of time before someone

gets hurt.

You said:

Allison Grant – Stupid is

what stupid does. Let the morons

hurt themselves, and when they

go to A&E, get the police to pick

them up and either arrest them

or trespass them . . . either way,

they are morons.

Tiffany Burke – If the council

was really worried then they’d

demolish the buildings. The fact

is the city council doesn’t actually

care to begin with.

Marg Edwards – Dumb answers,

they are still fellow man no

matter what. Okay, so they climb

into the building, that’s the last

thing I’d say on it, not rumblings

from idiots who think everyone

deserves some damage done to

them, not thinking it could be

their daughter, son – just saying.

Holly Traxler-Puddle – It

would be their own fault but I am

sure one of them or all of them

would blame the council for not

putting up enough notices.

Karen Hibberd – Let them

get hurt. Might teach them a lesson.

You can’t fix stupid.

Anne Downie Taylor – Yes,

let them fall and hurt themselves

. . . teach them a lesson.

David Lockyer – Natural

selection.

Rebs Iam – Hear, hear.

Community treasure

Avebury House Community

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manager Michelle

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Completed in 1885 for the

Flesher family, Avebury House

has weathered dilapidation,

youth hostel and earthquakes,

and is now beautifully restored

to 100 per cent quake standard.

A beautiful heritage building

steeped in local history Avebury

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thriving community hub where

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birthday party, or your workplace

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it is a stunning setting for that

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You can view the history room

or just sit in the cosy community

library with a good book.

In contrast to the neatly kept

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back beyond the paddling pool

and playground, dedicated local

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Richmond Community Garden.

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The space was recently used

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The restoration and ongoing

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Production under way at SBHS

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

GETTING TO work with a

professional playwright for an

original production is a rare

occurrence for any aspiring

performer.

But not for Shirley Boys’ and

Avonside Girls’ High School

students, who will be performing

an original play by Shirley’s head

of drama Ken Hudson.

Mr Hudson, who has previously

written for The Court

Theatre, has developed a new

play inspired by English writer

Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two

Cities.

The original play Two Cities

Told Again has been described by

Mr Hudson as a “psychological

drama” where the main characters

are “heavily conflicted”

between doing what is right and

their passions.

“The main thing was I didn’t

set out to write a school production

because I never do that

I wanted to write a play I would

be happy with so it could be performed

by anybody anywhere,”

he said.

Mr Hudson said he thought the

scripts for Dickens’ A Tale of Two

Cities was a bit “Victorian” and

SCHOOLS

“melodramatic” which was why

he decided to rewrite the play.

About 50 students will take

part in the production.

It will be Mr Hudson’s sixth

production with Shirley Boys’

after he became a teacher at the

school nine years ago.

In his first production, only

12 students took part (some of

which needed a lot of persuasion).

Mr Hudson said it also didn’t

help with the first production being

at the time of the September

4, 2010, earthquake.

“They did not have much of

a history of drama, they did in

60s and 70s I think but it all sort

of faded out . . . it was a bit of a

rocky road getting it up and running,”

he said.

•Two Cities Told Again will

be performed at the Shirley

Boys’ High School main hall

at 7pm from today through

to August 10. Tickets cost

$10 and will be sold at the

door.

DRAMA: Shirley Boys’ High School and Avonside Girls’ High School will perform an original

production by their head of drama and playwright Ken Hudson. ​

Pre-schoolers learn sign language with deaf teacher

• Ashleigh Monk

DEAF WOMAN Jocelyn Thorpe

has never learned sign language.

So when the opportunity came

up for the Linwood pre-school

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she jumped at the chance.

Ms Thorpe and the children

at Haven Early Learning Centre,

in Linwood have been learning

the basics of New Zealand Sign

Language with the help of van

Asch Deaf Education Centre tutor

Victoria Green.

She said the pre-school welcomed

her with open arms when

she took up her teaching position

at the centre.

“The children have just accepted

me as who I am, not

necessarily as a deaf person, but

just as Jocelyn.”

Ms Thorpe, who could hear

with the help of a cochlear implant,

said learning sign language

could help the children be more

accepting of hearing-impaired

people in their community.

“It has been wonderful, actually,

because they are just so

receptive to learning another way

of communication. And they

seem even more intrigued to find

out that it can help a person that

BILINGUAL: Haven Early

Learning Centre teacher

Jocelyn Thorpe, who is deaf,

has been learning New

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the pre-schoolers.

has got a hearing impairment,”

she said.

“They know that if somebody

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The youngsters had picked up

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SUPPORTERS: Aranui Community Trust workers with Linwood North School

pupils.

TASTY: Masi Stowers makes the most of the free breakfast put on by the

Aranui Community Trust.

Trust dishes up

free brekkie to

Aranui children

FREE breakfasts

including sausages, egg

muffins, cereal, fruit and

milo were served up to

students and pupils on

their way to school in

Aranui.

The Aranui Community

Trust fed 106 pupils,

students and their families

as part of its monthly

Brekky on the Run.

The free breakfast

was dished up outside

the trust’s office on

Hampshire St.

Students and pupils at

the breakfast were from

Haeata Community Campus,

St James School and

Linwood North School.

Trust worker Sheree

Rangihuna said it could

not run the event without

the generosity of its

valued sponsors. Brekky

on the Run is supported

by Iron Bridge Real Estate

and the eggs are donated

by Camilla Obel and Matt

Hall.

Said Ms Rangihuna:

“(The breakfast) is really

nice and quite engaging

because you are getting

that one-on-one with

people who want to stop

and talk.” The trust’s

next community lunch

will be held on Thursday

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an ideal move for the family.

They have two qualified mechanics on

the team, with the workshop offering the

full range of automotive servicing and

mechanical repairs, including diagnostic

and electrical work and WOFs.

Wheel alignment and supply and fitting

new tyres are also included in the range

of services, while a free towing service is

available for customers if necessary.

As well as providing expert repairs

and servicing, Michael and his team can

offer helpful advice to customers, with

the positive comments on their

Facebook page seen Michael says

business has increased since they

took over. Customers come from

right around the New Brighton and

Parklands areas, and further afield,

with some people who moved to the

outskirts of Christchurch following

the earthquakes still coming back to have

their vehicles serviced at New Brighton

Automotive.

They also have contacts in the

Christchurch car sales industry he says,

with a number of the car sales yards

sending vehicles there for servicing.

New Brighton Automotive is located at

40 Hawke Street, New Brighton, behind

the Z Energy service station. Opening

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5.30pm, Saturday 8am-12pm. Closed

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To book in for any of their services,

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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2019

Small co-ed classes at St Michael’s

Is your child one of 15 or 50? Is their

classroom calm and productive

or a disharmony of noise and

movement? How much of their

teacher’s attention does your child

actually receive?

At St Michael’s, our small co-ed classes

and specialist teachers ensure your child is

an individual, well known by staff and fellow

pupils alike. For at the heart of St Michael’s

are the essential values of Christian faith

and good citizenship: respect, integrity,

faith, hope and love.

St Michael’s is a prep school so your

child is assured of a traditional foundation

in English and Mathematics. This

academic rigour then underpins our wider

curriculums in Science, History, Geography

and Spanish. IT literacy is taught, not

assumed, and computer use is measured.

We like teaching and talking to our pupils!

Cultural and sports’ programmes

develop your child’s foundation further,

as creativity and problem-solving come

in many forms. Specialist art and music

classes are enjoyed weekly; and most pupils

play at least one instrument, whether piano

or flute, bassoon or bongos. There are two

choirs, and drama lessons.

And our extended campus is spectacular:

today, the Art Gallery; tomorrow, the

Gardens; next week…

St Michael’s has been nurturing and

educating children for 167 years, and our

pupils come from city-wide, arriving via

the bus exchange only a block away or

with parents who work in the thriving city

centre.

You and your child are warmly welcome

to discover for yourselves our purposeful,

wholehearted and inclusive prep school.

Our Open Day is Wednesday 15 August or

contact our registrar, Bec Hitchcock, for

a personal tour: 03.379.9790; registrar@

saintmichaels.co.nz.

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St Michael’s

School

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Traditional classrooms;

academic rigour

✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Before & after school care:

7.30am - 5.30pm

✓ Cental city location,

easy access

Open Day: Wednesday 15 August

www.saintmichaels.school.nz 249 Durham Street 379 9790

Cathedral Grammar

The Cathedral Grammar School is an

independent school providing high-quality

education for pre-school, primary school

and intermediate aged girls and boys.

This is a place of ambition alongside

preparation where students learn from the

best right from the start. Every year level

benefits from the expertise of our highcalibre

specialist teachers across multiple

subjects. And small class sizes means a

lot of individual attention so every child’s

strengths are identified and built on and

support provided where and when needed.

Our school structure is unique and

designed to ensure students have the

opportunity to make the most of their

formative school years. We understand

learning happens in different ways at

different ages; our students work in both

co-educational and single-sex learning

environments at times when this best suits

their learning styles. In Pre-School and

the Junior School children learn in a coeducational

environment. Students in Years

4 to 8 attend either our Boys’ or Girls’ School.

Allowing students the best of both worlds,

single sex classes offer the opportunity to

target and deliver the curriculum in the

most effective and interesting style possible,

while social skills are developed by sharing

mixed-environment break times, specialist

classes and activities.

Creativity and culture play a

big role here with four choirs and

hundreds of individual music,

speech and drama lessons every

week. We’re also a proud sporting

school, providing students with

the facilities and encouragement

to try their hand at a range of

sports and recreation activities.

Ultimately, we are committed

to providing a balance of

tradition and rigour, while being

curious and adventurous every

day.

Let the learning

adventure begin

Come and experience what The Cathedral

Grammar School has to offer. To register

for the Open Day please contact Lydia

Hemingway on 03 3650384 or email

hemingwayl@cathedralgrammar.school.nz

OPEN DAY

28 August, 9.30 am


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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2019

Middle schooling

makes a difference

Having a curriculum and learning

environment designed specifically for

learners in the “middle years” (Years 7-10) is

essential to ensure high levels of motivation

and engagement in learning during this

crucial stage of schooling.

At Hillmorton High School having a

consistent approach without a transition

to a new school between Year 8 and 9 is

proving to be positive in terms of

accelerating student learning within

the Middle School.

We are currently working with

our architects designing a new

Middle School building with 22

“General Learning Areas”. These

areas are flexible and can operate as

single cell classrooms or be opened

up to allow more open learning

spaces – the best of both worlds.

This building will not disrupt

learning as it is being built on the

current tennis courts.

This environment fits well

with our broad Middle School

curriculum allowing learners to

explore and find both their strengths

and passions.

The advantage of combining

the skills of Year 7 and 8 specialist

teachers with the subject specialists

of a high school gives our Middle

School learners a huge advantage.

Additionally, our “Big Day Out”

events and end of year student

electives allow our young people to learn in

a range of environments often participating

in social action such as planting, working

with the elderly, along with exploring the

city, the Art Gallery and the university.

Our Middle School is ensuring real

educational success and positive future

prospects as students move into the Senior

School for Years 11-13.

Providing

our students

with learning

and personal

growth

opportunities

At St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School,

our mission is that we are “choosing

to be an innovative, catholic learning

community that inspires and empowers

learners to succeed.”

We are committed to inspiring and

empowering students for success,

through the implementation of innovative

instructional practices, leveraging digital

technology, ensuring equity of access for

all.

We offer a range of sporting and cultural,

innovative and creative opportunities.

Teaching and learning experiences are

personalised for our students and value

student voice.

Within our new flexible learning spaces

every child has the opportunity to learn

through authentic contexts, solving real

world problems.

Together we continue to innovate within

a Catholic learning environment where all

learners are inspired to learn, create and

share. We are creating learners who will

not only be successful but will become

people who will positively impact on their

world.

Accepting enrollments

for 2019

Located in the heart of Linwood

High quality education - Year 0 to 6

Accepting enrolments now for 2019

Empowering children to aim high, persevere and succeed.

37 Cunningham Place, Halswell 8025

Phone: 03 322 8735

Email: admin@oaklands.school.nz

www.oaklands.school.nz

Community • Active thinking • Respect • Excellence

St. Francis Of Assisi Catholic School

is a Year 1 - 8 school in Mairehau.

370 Innes Road Mairehau

www.stfrancischch.school.nz

03 595 0730

For information involving enrolment

contact: principal@stfrancischch.school.nz

SUCCESS

Through Learning

At Linwood Avenue School we are keeping it R.E.A.L.

Respect Excellence Attitude Lifelong Learner

260 Linwood Avenue, Christchurch 8062 Telephone: 03 389 9256 - www.linwoodave.school.nz

MEET IN THE MIDDLE

INSPIRING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, LEADERSHIP AND A LOVE OF LEARNING

MIDDLE SCHOOL | YEARS 7-10

TE KURA TUARUA O HOROMAKA

HILLMORTON HIGH SCHOOL

hillmorton.school.nz

We specialise in great

schooling for years 1 to 10

·

·

·

years 1 to 6 establishing strong

foundations

years 7 to 10 great preparation

for the senior years

well prepared for life beyond

the gate

Growing in Wisdom & Stature

Application closing date

for 2019 enrolments

at all year levels is:

August 24, 2018

Limited places in Year 7 to 10

applications are invited

Working together with

families in the south west of

Christchurch. Our students

benefit from our specialist

teaching with emphasis on

pastoral care and our special

focus on personal character

development and learning.

For more information, contact us on: (03) 338 8153 or enrol@aidanfield.school.nz

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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2019

Selwyn House School -

small class sizes and talented

teaching staff

For primary school, every parent wants

to ensure their child is receiving the best

foundation for their academic future.

Selwyn House School has small class sizes

and a talented teaching staff set within a

nurturing environment and an extensive

range of opportunities.

Selwyn House offers the International

Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years

Programme (PYP) and is proud to be a

leading STEAM focused school. We not only

encourage our girls to work in advanced

STEAM fields, we want our girls to lead

them. Our STEAM Hub provides every

student from Year 1 to 8 access to stateof-the-art

equipment. In Mechatronics,

girls learn the foundations of mechanical

and electrical knowledge. Robotics is

introduced as an interdisciplinary, projectbased

learning activity drawing mostly

on mathematics, science and technology.

Learning is also enhanced by additional

opportunities including the 2018 Space

Camp trip where 18 girls will travel to the

United States to attend a week-long Space

Camp.

A supportive all-girl learning

environment encourages girls to take

risks without fear of failure. As the girls

progress they are confident in their

abilities, understanding that perseverance

helps them grow. A school-wide buddy

programme provides each girl with support

and mentoring.

Learning is personalised and each

teacher has the time to foster authentic

and meaningful relationships. Strong

relationships between the class teacher and

family ensure each girl’s learning journey

is nurtured by a partnership of support.

Teachers construct learning activities

to help each girl identify their personal

strengths.

Selwyn House believes these strengths

can be applied to academic tasks

and become more powerful with the

acquisition of skills and knowledge, aiding

intellectual development and academic

achievement. For this reason core learning

in reading, writing and mathematics is

a priority. Specialist teachers in Spanish,

Mechatronics, Art, Science, Physical

Education, Swimming, Performing Arts

and Music work with classroom teachers to

help identify the strengths of every girl.

The environment at Selwyn House

empowers each girl to embrace their future

and develop a love of learning. A Selwyn

House girl will learn to define herself,

accept responsibility, form opinions,

and have compassion for the world. This

combination of achievement, confidence,

and character makes a Selwyn House

education a powerful and transformative

experience.

For more information about Selwyn

House or to schedule a personal tour

please contact c.johnson@selhouse.

school.nz or 03 355 7299.

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SCHOOL OPTIONS - early & middle years 2019

St Joseph’s

School, Papanui

St Joseph’s School Papanui is a Catholic

integrated primary school that provides a

quality faith based education for children

aged 5-13 years. The promotion of strong

Christian values fosters a caring learning

environment where children can excel in all

aspects of school life.

The school provides a range of academic,

sporting, cultural and artistic experiences

that enable students to discover and nurture

their unique potential. This year the school

featured in Christchurch’s J Rock which

involved over 80 students in performances

that celebrated the importance of books.

More recently the school has held a Science

Fair which included over 50 exhibits from

its senior students. Throughout the year the

school has had representatives for a range of

sports including cross country, swimming,

and a range of winter sports.

St Joseph’s School is a member of the

Christchurch Catholic Community of

Learning. It is working collaboratively with

other Catholic primary and secondary

schools within the Christchurch Diocese.

This colaboration includes the sharing of

expertise and the development of a cohesive

educational pathway for students from Years

1-13.

Transforming lives through the

St Mark’s story

St Mark’s is an Anglican full primary stateintegrated

school – the only one in the South

Island.

We are a Christian School. A school with

strong connections to the local community.

A school which celebrates the gifts and

talents of everyone in the community. And

a school that strives to live every aspect of

school life by the values of Grace (Huatau),

Excellence (Hiranga), Courage (Māiatanga)

and Faithfulness (Piriponotanga).

A brand new campus with excellent facilities

including science room, music rooms, all

weather turf and hall with stage supports the

delivery of a full curriculum with specialist

programs.

Year 7 & 8 students are a unique age

group that we specialise in educating. Our

staff and school resources are all geared

for this stage of personal development

and focus on providing as a diverse range

of learning opportunities to create a wellrounded

individual.

Our learning environment is supported

by a strong focus on our school values

of Respect (Whakaute), Excellence

(Panekiretanga) and Perseverance

(Hiringa). Through these ‘REP’ values

we develop within each student a sense of

self worth to realise their importance as a

member of our Casebrook community.

With the school marking it’s centennial in

2021 tradition remains important to us, as we

partner with all whanau to bring innovative

teaching and learning to all Ākonga.

Even with limited spaces in 2019 you are

always welcome at St Mark’s School.

Welcome to Casebrook

Intermediate School

Our school environment is one where

students are safe and have the confidence

to take risks with their learning. In this way

the students at Casebrook are supported

and encouraged to become self-motived,

independent learners.

We value the partnership between home

and school. Together we can create an

environment where we foster feelings of

pride and belonging. We are sure you will

enjoy being a part of our community and

would welcome the opportunity to meet

with you to discuss your child’s future at

Casebrook.

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL

PAPANUI

Te Kura o Hato Hohepa

Catholic Primary School

for girls and boys,

Primary and Intermediate.

Phone: 352 8779

www.stjopapa.school.nz

2019 enrolments close on Friday 2nd of October 2018

• Year 0 - 8 Anglican State - Integrated

• Holistic education inspired by the Gospel through

Grace/Huatau, Excellence/Hiranga, Courage/

Maiatanga and Faithfulness/Piriponotanga.

• Caring family atmosphere

• Specialist programmes

• Exciting new campus

• Transforming lives

• Limited places available in 2019

St Mark’s School

Grounded in tradition, enlivened by innovation and inspired by God

Cholmondeley Avenue, Christchurch | Phone: 03 332 7339

Email: office@saintmarks.school.nz | www.saintmarks.school.nz


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Queenspark Primary School plant a pittosporum. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

Queenspark revel in

environment awards at

whole school assembly

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A SMALL celebration was held in

recognition of Queenspark Primary

School keeping its patch of land litter-free

and tidy.

Two Keep Christchurch Beautiful

awards were presented to the school in

Parklands at an assembly on Tuesday.

The awards were

presented by Mayor

Lianne Dalziel. Keep

Christchurch Beautiful

chairwoman Alexandra

Davids, secretary Linda

Keall and Coastal -

Burwood Community

Board chairwoman

Kim Money were also

Chris Kime present.

The school and its

caretaker Chris Kime

were recognised for

going “above and

beyond” to make the

city a greener place

at the annual KCB

awards.

However, principal

Kim Money Ross Willocks was

unable to attend the awards ceremony so

he decided to have a special assembly to

present the awards to the whole school.

Mr Kime said it was a significant

achievement to have 25 years of friendship

with KCB, which was why the school

wanted to make a big

deal of the awards at its

assembly.

“Having Lianne with

us was such a privilege

and a honour and it is

not the sort of thing

she does everyday,

going out to schools,”

he said.

Pupils from Korea Ross Willocks

and China were also

welcomed at the assembly and were the

first children from overseas to be hosted

at the school since the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The certificates also acknowledge

Queenspark’s commitment towards the

maintenance and upkeep of Queenspark

Reserve.

In November, the school will receive

a 25-year service award for its long

association with Keep Christchurch

Beautiful.

KIND DEED:

Marian College

students organised

a raffle to raise

money for

Endometriosis

New Zealand.

Students bought

tickets for the

raffle and donated

pink and green

ribbons and

bookmarks. Stirling

Sports Rangiora,

Kasia Stanicich

Makeup, The

Palms Shopping

Centre, Riccarton

Park Racecourse

and New World

Rangiora also

donated to the

prizes.

The final stage of Villa

development is progressing well

at McKenzie Lifestyle Village in

Geraldine.

Just a hand full of sites

available to secure off plan, so

don’t be the one to miss out.

From humble beginnings

the 12 acres of farm land has

grown to an impressive modern

architecturally designed development.

Offering Independent Living for the over

55yr across 115 Villas, you can secure

your future lifestyle here. Priced from

$335,000 choosing from a collection of

2 bedrooms / single garage through to

3 bedrooms / ensuite / Spacious Living

Dining / Double Garage( 160sqm). 2019

will see 2 bedroom Terraced Apartments

take shape close to all the amenities of

the Leisure Centre. The hub of village

life the Leisure Centre offers everything

from Indoor Swimming Pool / Spa,

gymnasium, Hair Salon, Treatment

Room (Podiatrist/ Nurse / Massage

Therapist), Craft Room, Lounge and

a well-stocked library of some 2,000

books and dvds. Outside take in the

generous seating surrounding the

IT’S LIKE HOLIDAYS

ALL YEAR ROUND

Lots of people spend their holidays

here in Geraldine. But why just have a

holiday when you can move here instead?

Make the move to Geraldine’s McKenzie

Lifestyle Village. We take care of everyday

maintenance so you can enjoy

a holiday lifestyle all year round.

Talk to Hayley Grant today

on 03 693 8340.

M E M B E R O F R V A

Bowling Green, Petanque, Mini Golf,

Table Bowls, Croquet and Putting Green.

If that wasn’t enough to fill your day the

activities calendar boasts monthly events

from concerts, lunch outings, shopping

Trips and Qigong to name just a few.

Geraldine is a great little town with

a big heart - welcoming all. Nestled

among the foothills of the Southern Alps

where people still greet one another by

name and popping to the supermarket

for a pint of milk often becomes a social

outing in its own right. The town has a

long proud diverse history and being

along the gateway to the southern lakes

and Mt Cook/Aoraki, your friends and

family will be visiting regularly!.

To see if McKenzie Lifestyle Village

is right for you, pop in or call Hayley

Grant on 0800 845524.

you can stop him

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Scientists at Rush University Medical

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Go along to the Shirley and New Brighton libraries to read to dogs. The activity is

designed to provide a relaxed, non-threatening atmosphere which encourages

children to practice their reading skills and develop a love of reading. The

programme uses dogs that are the beloved pets of the city council’s animal

management team. The dogs have all been trained and tested for health, safety

and temperament, they can increase a child’s relaxation while reading. Library

staff and a dog handler will be present at all times to help facilitate the sessions.

Sessions are 15min long. The event will be held at the Shirley Library on 36

Marshland Rd (by the Palms Mall) and Wednesday at the New Brighton Library,

213 Marine Pde, 3.30-4.30pm.

JP Clinic at Shirley

Library

Tuesday, 10am–1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community, to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies,

hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates

applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd (by the Palms

Mall)

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.

New Brighton Library,

213 Marine Pde and Shirley

Library, 36 Marshland Rd

(by the Palms Mall)

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

Scrabble Club

Tuesday, 1.30–2.30pm

Enjoy Scrabble? Go along

to the library for a friendly

game or two with other

like-minded folk.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive

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.

Places are limited so phone

941 7923 to inquire about

availability and cost.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Rocket Club is a weekly

after-school programme

which runs during term

time. All family 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, 10am–11.30am

A librarian will be on

hand to assist customers

who are needing help with

their resume. You will

be offered guidance on

creating, updating, and

editing your CV.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

The weekly card club is

on every Friday, go along

and join the fun. Free, no

bookings required.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd (by the Palms

Shopping Centre).

Barrier Free Computing

Saturday, 10am-noon

Barrier Free Computing

provided by Computer

for Special Needs Trust

is an organisation that

offers assistance with using

Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Friday

computers for people

experiencing disability in

a friendly and supportive

setting. Their tutors will be

on hand to help beginners

as well as provide assistance

with emailing, accessing

the internet, playing games,

researching a homework

assignment, and literacy

or numeracy development.

There is also the

opportunity for socialising

with others with similar

interests. Standard library

printing and copying costs

apply. Free.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held in the Brighton

Mall every Saturday, there

will be bakery, clothing,

vegetables, crafts of all

kinds and food stalls, face

painting, entertainment,

just across the road from

the beach and the new

children’s playground. The

event isfree.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall, cnr Marine Pde and

Beresford St, New Brighton

Winter Art Exhibition –

Cut Above

From Tuesday to

August 18, Monday to

Friday, 11am-4pm and

Saturday and Sunday noon

to 3pm

Go along to the Eastside

Gallery’s winter art

exhibition Cut Above. It

will feature work from

The Learning Connexion

diploma graduate

Maree Cole, self-taught

multimedia artist Gina

Hubert and regular

exhibitor George Aranui.

Linwood Community Arts

Centre, 388 Worcester St,

Linwood

HOME & HEATING

Choosing the

right heat pump

for your home

Whether it be a new build, or a retrofit,

most homes include at least one heat pump,

if not a whole heating solution. They can

provide cheap, clean heat and are much more

convenient than a log burner as you just need

to press a button. But how do you decide what

is best? Choosing the right sized heat pump is

key to ensuring optimum comfort levels. Every

situation varies and it is therefore important

to get professional advice from heat pump

experts.

The range varies from wall mounted high

walls, floor mounted systems, multi systems,

ceiling cassettes, right through to ducted

central heating systems allowing you to have a

very discreet way of heating your whole home

to a constant temperature throughout.

Firstly, you must select a heat pump that

is suitable for the size of the space you wish

to heat. Usually a site visit is the best way to

ascertain this. Not only is the size of the area

taken into consideration but also, insulation,

building orientation, windows and ceiling

space. There are a wide range of heat pumps

available with different heating outputs so it

is important to select the correct size for your

requirements that will handle the job but not

be unnecessarily overpowered.

Secondly, the location of your heat pump

is also extremely important. The cheapest

installation is a back to back where the outdoor

unit is positioned directly behind the indoor

unit however this is not necessarily always

the best option. It is vital that the indoor

unit is positioned in a place that will not be

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constantly blowing on you. Also important, is

the location of the outdoor unit. Most people

do not want their outdoor unit sitting directly

in their outdoor entertaining area or right

outside their bedroom window.

Choose a brand you can trust. Many brands

have come and gone over the years but there

are a number of manufacturers who provide

reputable and reliable products. All brands vary

in their energy efficiency, quietness of systems

and price, so it depends on your application as

to which will be most suitable. Major brands

such as Panasonic, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Daikin,

Toshiba and Hitachi are all reliable brands

backed up by good technical after sales service.

Ensure your heat pump is installed by an

accredited installer. This will not only ensure

correct installation of your heat pump, but also

validate the manufacturers warranty.

Other things to consider when choosing a

heat pump are time clocks, ease of use of the

remote controllers, air filtration and also wifi

capabilities.

Heating is a major investment in your home

and it is vital to get the right advice.

Enviro Master Ltd specialise in the supply,

installation and servicing of all major brands

of heat pumps. Our salesmen are engineers

ensuring you get quality, unbiased advice as

to which system will suit your application

the best. Enviro Master Ltd offer a free, no

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Tuesday August [Edition 7 datE] 2018 253

HOME & HEATING

Get rid of

dampness

in your house

Now with the colder and wetter weather on

its way, home owners are focusing on ways

to make their homes comfortable, warm and

healthy for their families throughout winter.

Rising damp is an issue that affects many of

our older properties which suffer from poor, or

no, insulation. In Canterbury especially, postquake,

many people have relocated to homes

that suffer from rising damp which can be

associated with health problems. Independent

tests have shown that up to 40 litres of water can

rise from the ground and enter a house every

day, leading to mildew, mould, condensation

and musty smells. Moulds can produce

various allergic reactions and the

frail, elderly and very young are

especially vulnerable.

Canterbury Foam Concrete

Ltd is a locally owned and

operated firm. The team

understands the problems

caused by rising damp and are

there to help. They will come

to your damp home and pump

a lightweight, flowable foam

concrete under your timber

floored home. Specially adapted

for our New Zealand conditions and

applications it provides a layer of protection

against rising moisture. An unexpected

benefit that the team at Canterbury Foam

Concrete have noticed recently, is that many

owners of properties which had underfloor

foam concrete installed, reported that it also

provided protection against liquefaction after

the earthquakes.

Contact Canterbury Foam Concrete Ltd

now for your free, no obligation quote and

complimentary appraisal of your underfloor

ventilation needs. Phone 03 376 4608 or

0508 362626 for more information.

20 years

and still smiling

Smooth-Air Products Ltd, supplier of

ventilation equipment to trade and retail

is proud so many staff members have been

happy to stay with the company for so long.

Recently Jason Hansen was awarded

with his 20 year certificate by Allan Doak,

Managing Director, who set up the company

in 1990. Jason started as a teenager in 1998

as general hand and now is very skilled

at manufacturing castellated spigots and

Madonna Cowls.

Over the past 28 years, Smooth-Air staff

have grown in numbers from two to over 80.

Eleven of whom have worked for Smooth-

Air for at least 10 years. Their certificates

are proudly displayed in the Head Office

entrance.

Jason with his certificate for 20 years

employment with Smooth-Air.

Of the 23 Christchurch Workshop team

members, seven have been there for over ten

years, making for a very experienced team

manufacturing a wide variety of ventilation

equipment.

Several other staff have been with

Smooth-Air since near the beginning,

even if not continuously, such as Russell

Warnock, who was a great innovator during

the early years and is now back in R&D.

Also, Paul Shaw, who worked with Allan

even prior to Smooth-Air, and has been in

the Ventilation industry for nearly 40 years.

Paul is now Smooth-Air’s HVAC Product

Manager.

Smooth-Air is looking forward to the next

30 years with many of the current team.

Jason in the Workshop, making an

inline damper.

Ventilation Equipment Suppliers

to

trade

&

retail

Smooth-Air has a wide range of

ventilation equipment to bring

fresh air into your home.

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Air Con Christchurch

While ordinary Approved heat Home Performance pumps produce Assessors less with heat below

only Mitsubishi Electric

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Landlords Face $4000.00 Fine

its fully rated

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MBIE has confirmed that landlords who are not complying with the tenancy insulation upgrade

requirements by July 2019, will face $4000 fines, the proceeds of which will be passed on to the tenant.

all the heat you paid for.

Save

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($4000.00). MBIE has said there are no excuses as landlords have had 3 years by July 2019 to get their

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Tickets available on door

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Tuesday August 7 2018 29

REAL ESTATE

The perfect quinella

29 Galway Ave, Bryndwr

Auction: Thursday, 30 August 2018, unless sold prior

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | 3 off-street parks | Listing #BE193094

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AGM

The Annual General

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TENNIS CLUB INC

will be held on

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22nd AUGUST 2018

at 7.30pm

34 Palmers Road

North New Brighton

Public Notices

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United

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Hereby give

notice of the

Annual

General

Meeting

to be held in the

clubrooms at

77 Queenspark

Drive, Monday

20th August 2018

at 7.30pm.

Nominations &

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will be on the

club noticeboard.

“Living Fully in Dying

and Death?”

Dying and especially death have become

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western society. This course will involve reflective

consideration of the recent important literature

of how to live life to the full when facing the last

of life’s major stages of dying and death. This is

at a time when more people are living longer and

are becoming more removed from the reality of

what it means to be mortal. Attention will also

be drawn to recent research on palliative care and

how it informs people to face approaching death

not with trepidation but openness, clarity and

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What’s On

Entertainment

To advertise, contact

Jo Fuller 027 458 8590

jo.fuller@starmedia.kiwi

The original gang’s back

together for this one!

GRAND NATIONAL

RACING

CARNIVAL

8, 11 August | Riccarton Park Racecourse

We are proud to sponsor Saturday 11th August

144th NZ Grand National Steeplechase

Start your day with us

Race Day

Breakfasts

COOKED

BREAKFASTS

$19

HOOFBEATS is open from 6.30am

BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER

Party on with us

LIVE MUSIC |SPORTS BAR

Wednesday 8th: DnD DUO

Saturday 11th: Medium Rare

The

RACECOURSE HOTEL

& Motorlodge

118 Racecourse Rd, Ph 03 342 7150

www.racecoursehotel.co.nz

THAT’S right folks! DND Showband returns

to the Hornby Club this Saturday with the

original line up.

“We’ve had a lot of fun putting this show

together, ”said Jo-Anne Davern, performer

and manager of the band. “It’s been a good

couple of years since this line up last

performed together and I’m amazed at how

simply we all slotted back in place. It’s like

we were never apart.”

Joining Jo on stage will be regular

members Ben Harvey (guitar, vocals); Grant

McPhie (bass, keys); and Mark Newburn

(drums, vocals), along with showband

chanteuses Michele Webb, Gina Gilbreath,

and Mel Lawson.

Christchurch based DnD Showband has

been delighting audiences across the

country with their multi-tribute theme

shows for an incredible ten years. In

rehearsal mode for Saturday’s show, the 7

piece troupe has been busy fine tuning show

content, sorting costumes and tightening up

moves.

“We’ve put together a great play list

guaranteed to get everyone up dancing.

We’re opening with a set of 50s/60s tunes,

followed by our Moulin Rouge theme set

that brims with disco dance anthems of the

70s/80s, and concluding with our tribute to

ABBA,” said Jo. “And for those who prefer to

listen and watch, our professional tech’s

Peter Standring and Peter ‘Pedro’ Buchan-Ng

will be out front running our audio and

light systems to ensure it sounds and looks

wonderful.”

Tickets $20 on sale now at the Hornby

Club, 17 Carmen Rd, ph 03 349 9026. Door

sales $25.

What’s On

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

MEMBERS LUCKY CARD DRAW

CLUBBISTRO

DOWNSTAIRS

Open Tues to Sat 12pm - 2pm

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Open from 5.30pm Fri, Sat,

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SORRY, CLOSED FOR BRUNCH ON SEPT 2

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Sunday 2nd Sept. 11.30am - 2pm

BOOK NOW 388 9416

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

202 Marine Pde | Ph 388 9416 | www.newbrightonclub.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome

Lunch & Dinner

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7 days

Bookings Essential

PH 386 0088

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OUR CABINET ITEMS

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WORKINGMEN’S

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THIS WEEKEND

SATURDAY 4.30PM:

BARROSS

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BIG DADDY

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OPEN

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DND SHOWBAND

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Featuring Costumed Themes

ROCKABILLY

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SATURDAY 11 AUGUST

Pre-sale tix $20. Door sales $25

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MEMBERS, GUEST & AFFILIATES ALL WELCOME

ADULTS $27, KIDS 12 & UNDER JUST $1 PER YEAR OF AGE

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz | Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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