Nor'West News: August 14, 2018

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Call to get Edgeware beautification project under way

• By Ashleigh Monk

“JUST GET on with it.”

This is Papanui-Innes

Community Board chairwoman

Ali Jones’ view on the proposed

Edgeware Village beautification

plans.

Ms Jones said at last week’s

community board meeting that

St Andrew’s

ladies mark

diamond

jubilee

• By Ashleigh Monk

IN 1958 a group of mothers,

grandmothers and teachers at St

Andrew’s College gathered for a

tea party.

Sixty years later, the tradition is

still going. The Ladies Circle social

group meet often to chat over

tea and fundraise for projects at

the school.

Member Alison Ballantyne

said the group was ‘overjoyed’ to

celebrate its diamond jubilee.

“It’s such a simple idea and yet

a lovely idea,” she said.

•Turn to page 6

she wants the public consultation

process on the Edgeware

Village Master Plan to be

bypassed.

“Let’s just get on with what

we can do without having days,

weeks, months of ticking off

boxes.”

She said locals had been ‘overconsulted’

on the matter, and it

was time to set the upgrades in

motion.

“What we are hearing from

this community is ‘just get on

with it’,” she said.

“I think there are some things

here that if our community woke

up one morning and saw [the

changes], they would be stoked.

We might not please all of the

people but I think there are some

things that we can just get on

with.”

There has been $158,000

allocated in the Long term

Plan for the Edgeware Village

upgrades, but not all of this can

be used on beautification.

Project manager Kelly

Griffiths presented several ideas

for the beautification of the area

to the board.

The ideas included fairy lights

to be wrapped around trees,

bunting, a mural, planter boxes,

bike stands, and the replacement

of worn out signage, seats and

rubbish bins.

•Turn to page 5

RE-ENACTMENT: St Andrew’s

College students Lily Welsford,

Danielle Smith, Madeline

Bailey, Catelin Riordan and

Hana Pearce put on a show for

the Ladies Circle’s 60th jubilee

celebration.

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MORE SUCCESS on the local junior

sports front this week (see pages 8-9).

Rangi won both individual and team

medals at the Canterbury secondary

schools duathlon championships last week,

and Christchurch Girls’ Olivia Kikstra won the under-16 event.

St Andrew’s Georgia Bonne is the only South Island goalie to

make the national under-18 talent squads.

This age group is a stepping stone for higher honours – and by

that I mean world championships and Olympics.

There are five North Island goalies in the squads. But Georgia

is one determined young sportswoman – and multi-talented too

– having represented New Zealand at volleyball.

There are 12 Cantabrians named in the boys and girls talent

squads which will play in Auckland in October.

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Sawyers Arms Rd repairs “shoddy”

Residents

upset over

resealing job

• By Ashleigh Monk

Aaron Campbell

PAPANUI RESIDENTS are

unhappy about a stretch of

Sawyers Arms Rd that has had

two “shoddy” resealing jobs.

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

Community Board deputy

chairman Aaron Campbell said

the section between Highsted

and Gardiners Rds was repaired

and upgraded in November, but

was resurfaced again in June

after the surface

started

breaking up.

Now the

city council

will have

to look at

repairing the

road again.

“Within seven

months,

they ripped

up and resealed the same stretch

of road,” Mr Campbell said.

“It was $10,000 for the green

paint for the bus lane which

was resurfaced over – that’s

BROKEN: A stretch of Sawyers Arms Rd has been pulled up

and resealed twice in the past few months - and the work still

isn’t up to scratch.

money down the drain . . .

you’re effectively throwing out

$30,000 of materials and time

and management costs at the

minimum.”

He received an email from the

city council after he inquired

about the state of the road. It

responded saying some failures

had been identified.

“The contractors just didn’t

do the job up to scratch,” Mr

Campbell said.

Sawyers Arms Rd resident

Barbara Purvis said she was

“‘shocked” at the amount of

money wasted.

“We’re not complaining and

saying it’s got to be perfect.

What I’m complaining about

is the waste of money and the

shoddiness of the job.”

She said this was not the first

time the city council has had a

problem like this.

“Ten years ago, we had the

same sort of issue with council

not listening to residents and

putting a pedestrian island in the

wrong place. We’ve spent more

money by putting something in,

getting it wrong, pulling it out,

and putting it in again.”

City council road maintenance

manager Mark Pinner said the

work was carried out by a subcontractor

of City Care.

City Care has temporarily

repaired the road until a more

permanent solution can be

found.

“Council, as part of its own

quality checks, identified and in

turn notified our contractor that

the surface was breaking up in

isolated areas,” Mr Pinner said.

But until the cause of the

issues are determined, he said

it was not possible to say who

would be responsible for the cost

of the permanent repairs.

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YOUTH PITCH IDEAS

Christchurch Youth Council

members will present their

ideas to the Papanui-Innes and

Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood

community boards. A budget

of $1000 will be allocated to

each board for the projects. The

youths will present innovative

projects in a bid to secure the

funding. The most popular

project in each ward will be

selected by public vote and be

awarded the funding. Dates for

the presentations will confirmed

but are likely to be next month.

SCHOOL PARKING

Mairehau Primary School is

experiencing parking issues,

especially during drop-off and

pick-up times. The Papanui-

Innes Community Board has

requested that city council traffic

staff get in touch with the principal

directly to discuss options

such as signage and 3min parking

restrictions.

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ban for some

Papanui streets

• By Ashleigh Monk

HEAVY VEHICLES have been

banned from driving through

some streets in Papanui.

On Friday, the Papanui-Innes

Community Board approved a

bid to prevent heavy vehicles from

driving along parts of Mary St,

Proctor St and Grassmere St.

Trucks and other heavy vehicles

will be prohibited from driving

along the streets unless they have

planned deliveries or collections.

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

said a part of the Land Transport

Act which permitted temporary

heavy vehicle restrictions on these

streets ended on Saturday.

“[The current laws] ceased to

apply after August 11 and the

streets would have to be assessed

again – obviously costing

significant time and money –

only for the same laws to be

implemented by the city council.”

She said as part of last year’s

review of the Traffic and Parking

Bylaw, the city council added

a clause, Control of Vehicles

on Roads, as an alternative to

the Land Transport Act and

permitted it to retain existing

heavy vehicle restrictions and

create new ones.

Students experience Indonesian jungle

• By Ashleigh Monk

AFTER HIKING through a

remote jungle and diving around

coral reefs, a group of students

have a new-found respect for the

environment.

Twelve students from

Christchurch Boys’ High School

went to south-east Indonesia

to take part in a conservation

project led by NASA.

Biology teacher Simon

Brouwer, who accompanied the

students on the trip, said it was

an ‘eye-opening’ experience.

“There were certain places

you just wouldn’t get to see on a

normal holiday unless you were

incredibly intrepid,” he said.

“It could be brutal, you meet a

few little snakes and things that

you need to watch out for.”

The aim of the project, which

was hosted by conservation organisation

Operation Wallacea,

was to measure carbon emissions

from trees.

The data collected would be

used to identify and assist areas

across the world that needed

protection.

Mr Brouwer said the boys

rose to each mental and physical

challenge they encountered.

“It was a completely different

world where you’re sleeping in

hammocks and have rudimentary

toilets . . . but the boys really

liked the fact that you’re not

getting bogged down by technology.

They got to the end of it and

didn’t really want to leave.”

One of the students who went

on the trip was 17-year-old

Danny Schefer.

He said he had always been

interested in conservation, so

putting his hand up was an easy

decision.

But the trip definitely pushed

him out of his comfort zone.

“The trekking was tough going,

we were out for about five

hours each day. And the meals

ADAPTING:

Christchurch

Boys’ High

School

students

during

their trip to

Indonesia.

were tough as well, it was just

rice with a few accessories to it.”

“As the week went on I got

used to the schedule and really

got stuck into it all.”

He said he planned on pursuing

more conservation expeditions

in the future.

“I learned not to take anything

for granted, in terms of seeing

how the environment can be

so easily destroyed. It makes

you think about how fragile the

world is.”

With over 250 people turning out

from the Waimakariri electorate

for Leader of the Opposition

Simon Bridges’s Connecting with

Communities Tour, our priorities

have certainly been heard. The

nation-wide tour has now finished,

with about 10,000 New Zealanders

sharing their views, and I was

thrilled that our residents had

a chance to have their voices

included.

New climate-change legislation

and how it will impact on how

we live, and how we as a nation

transition to a low-carbon economy,

is an issue we should all be

thinking about. I wanted to give

our residents a chance to have

their say on this important topic

and enjoyed bringing National’s

Climate Change Spokesperson

Todd Muller to the electorate for a

public meeting last week. Giving

our residents the opportunity to air

their views on the issues that affect

us all is an important priority for me

as local MP.

I have written to all our Members

of Parliament across New Zealand

as National’s Spokesperson

for Mental Health to call for a

cross-party mental-health group

to increase access to services

and which will not be affected by

changes in Government. I believe

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Zealanders is more important than

party politics. We need to work on

finding common ground to help all

New Zealanders.

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Canterbury Youth Awards. Watch

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Push to fast-track Edgeware project

•From page 1

The mural was of

particular interest to

members of the board,

but the $11,000 price tag

pitched by Ms Griffiths

was “unrealistic”, said Ms

Jones.

“We’ve got a lot of

talented kids in the area.

This mural shouldn’t be

costing us anything . . .

we’ve got design students

in Papanui and let’s get the

little kids from St Albans

or wherever to paint it.”

“I want the community

to have a sense of

ownership – $11,000 for

some flash mural is not

realistic.”

More information

was requested by the

community board to

confirm which elements

could be implemented, and

exactly how much of the

allocated funding could be

used for beautification.

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•From page 1

Said Mrs Ballantyne: “You get

those friendships when you’ve

got your children at school and

you get friendly with other

mothers,” she said.

“Then it all fades off, the

kids leave school and what do

you do next? The kids usually

stay friends but quite often the

mothers drift away and that’s

the end of it. So it’s lovely to

keep it going.”

Mrs Ballantyne said she

joined the group after teaching

at the school. “When I started

teaching at St Andrew’s there

were only five women in the

senior staff.”

“It was a lot of fun. The men

had to learn about, you know,

ladies loos and ladies worrying

about their make-up and things

like that.”

The Ladies Circle has fundraised

for various projects

at the school over the past 60

years, including raising $10,000

DRESS UP: St

Andrew’s College

students put on a

show for the Ladies

Circle’s 60th jubilee

celebration.

St Andrew’s ladies mark

Diamond jubilee

for the rebuild of the Centennial

Chapel. “A lot of them, the

grandmothers, are widowed, so

it’s pretty wonderful that they

dig around, and every dollar

counts.”

She said the group’s members

looked out for each other.

“We all have a telephone list,

so even though nowadays it’s

popular to email, we telephone.

Everybody can look out for

each other and find out if

everybody is well or if anybody

needs a hand or some help. It’s a

great network of caring for each

other.”

The diamond jubilee was

celebrated with a tea party and

a performance from a group of

students about what the first

ever Ladies Circle meeting

would have looked like.

“They came in with their

furs and their gloves and their

hats, they just looked gorgeous.

They all looked like they’d just

stepped out of 1950s Vogue.”

Rangi Ruru musical talent

shines at competitions

RANGI RURU Girls’ School

musicians have won cash and

silver awards at two national jazz

and chamber music competitions.

Two of the school’s senior

chamber music groups competed

at the national finals of the NZCT

chamber music contest, while the

Ara Jazz Quest saw Rangi Ruru

swing with the best of them.

In the chamber music competition,

groups Matryoshka (Sarah

Lawrence, violin, Eugene In,

cello, and Valerie Xiang, piano)

and the Bohuslav Trio (Rachel

McSweeney and Lucy Costelloe,

violin, Yuna Chon, piano) were

both awarded a June Clifford

silver award, along with $500 per

group.

The prestigious contest has

been running for 53 years, with

more than 400 groups entering

nationwide this year, involving

about 1800 students.

Rangi Ruru was the only school

in New Zealand to have two

groups among the top 12 competing,

and its director of music

Janet Kingsbury said they were

very deserving of their success.

“The standard of performance

was incredibly high and our

girls did themselves proud. They

have worked extremely hard

MUSICAL: Rachel McSweeney, Yuna Chon and Lucy Costelloe

won a June Clifford silver award and $500 at the NZCT chamber

music contest.

over many months towards this

prestigious competition and have

had to go through many levels of

the competition to reach national

status.”

Mrs Kingsbury said the result

for the jazz band was particularly

pleasing as they had been in “rebuild”

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Mairehau residents don’t want ‘noisy’ buses

• By Ashleigh Monk

MAIREHAU residents are upset

about a new bus route that they

say will disrupt their “peaceful”

streets.

The proposed change would

see the No 44 Shirley bus travel

to and from Innes Rd via Philpotts

Rd, Glenfield Cres, Roslyn

Ave, Croziers Rd, Ranger St and

Nancy Ave.

The planned change is set to

coincide with the opening of the

Northern Corridor, which would

no longer allow right turns by

the Orbiter bus in or out of the

QE II Drive end of Philpotts Rd.

Resch Fowler, who lives on

Nancy Ave, said the change

would disrupt residents.

“It’s very quiet, lots of small

children running around, there’s

after-school traffic and kids that

are walking home. So we don’t

want the increased traffic, we

don’t want noisy buses along

here, we don’t want the pollution,”

she said.

“We are quite concerned because

buses don’t stop in a hurry,

so if a kid darts off across the

road, they’re not used to having

a large vehicle around here.”

The proposed re-route

comes after a group of 80

retirees presented a petition

to Environment Canterbury,

pleading with it to reconsider

HEARD: Christchurch Central MP Duncan Webb meets with Mairehau residents to hear their

concerns about bus route changes in the area.

route changes to the Orbiter

which would see the nearest bus

stop be moved almost 1km away

from the village.

“We do understand that the

retirement home needs access

to the service but we feel like

there’s alternatives,” Ms Fowler

said.

She and several other residents

met with Christchurch Central

MP Duncan Webb on Friday to

voice their concerns.

She said they would put

forward proposals to ECan and

the city council to see if the

Orbiter’s current route could be

retained, or if a bus turn-around

point could be established on

Philpotts Rd. ECan senior

manager public transport

Stewart Gibbon said ECan was

gathering public feedback.

“We have had a good level

of engagement and feedback

from the community on the

44 proposal. The consultation

period has been extended until

24 August, and we will be

holding two drop in sessions

before then so that residents can

come along to ask any questions

they may have before they make

their submission.”

ECan plans to implement the

changes later this year.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Chemical will

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at The Groynes

A CHEMICAL treatment that

is harmless to fish and plant

life will be used this week to

eradicate an invasive weed

choking lakes in The Groynes.

The weed, lagrosiphon major,

which forms dense mats of vegetation,

has affected lakes at the

popular recreation reserve since

2014.

There has been concerns that

the annual Take a Kid Fishing

day, set to be held at the The

Groynes in October, might be

postponed because of the weed

infestation. The city council

commissioned environmental

consultants Boffa Miskell to

undertake a report which recommended

using the chemical

Endothall to fully eradicate the

aquatic weed.

It found the herbicide had no

known negative impacts on native

fish and plants. The reserve’s

fishing lakes were closed on

Thursday and will reopen on

August 23.

The weeds will be removed by

a mechanical harvester six weeks

after the spraying.

Environment Canterbury’s

regional biosecurity team is

working closely with city council

staff on the project.

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winter clearance

SHIRTS

We have made huge reductions across all the remaining

brand long sleeve casual shirts, including those with the extra

length sleeve.

There are over 45 different patterns from business to subtle

checks and the ‘in yer face’ big madras checks (great with

denims). Because they are being cleared at super low prices,

they are oddment and broken size ranges. Cloths are all cotton in

qualities you can rely on, just ask the people who know. The sizes

available start at M right up the 4XL in the classic fit (they don’t

impede your golf swing). RRP $ 89.90 to $ 109.90

SALE

$

18 $ 24 $

28 $ 33 $

38

PULLOVERS

We have a wide selection of . All Merino ¼ zip style

pullovers in three different knit styles. We have limited sizes in some

color/knit choices. Be in quick for your choice. Colours, Charcoal,

Eclipse blue, Fig, Grey tweed, Black. These are the comfortable

classic sizing from SM to 4XL which you know. RRP $ 159.90

SALE $ 80 Fig shade only, they sent the wrong shade.

$

SALE 118 $

124 $

128

MOLESKIN JEANS

Enjoy the comfort and proven fit of light weight STRETCH

moleskin jean. Colors of moss, olive, gunmetal. Sizes available

84 to 104cm. RRP up to $ 109.90

SALE $ 64 or 2 for $ 80

CASUAL PANTS

Summer weight cotton casual in shades of Putty or Khaki

available in sizes 84 to 107cm. RRP $ 109.90

SALE $ 30 or 2 for $ 60

JEANS

Navy STRETCH denim, summer weight, comfy with slim leg

84 to 96cm. RRP $ 99.90

SALE $ 38

CORDUROY PANTS - stretch cloth

We have various oddments in both sizes and colors left over

which ‘must go’. These are the Savane brand which you are

familiar with. This has now become a dis-continued line for us.

SALE $ 64 each or 2 for $ 80

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We have started the seasonal cull of our huge knitwear range,

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Slipons from $ 30 to $ 60

Cardigans under $ 80 to $ 125

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Rangi Ruru’s Holly Ffowcs-Williams

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Rangi Ruru

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Christchurch Girls’ High’s Olivia

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Cashmere High’s Sola Kuwasaki won

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his nearest challenger.

Fellow Cashmere High teammate

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Christ’s College’s Kyle Houston won the

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St Andrew’s goalkeeper’s talent recognised

SUCCESS: Georgia Bonne is now a national age-group

representative in both hockey and volleyball.

• By Jacob Page

A LUNG condition hasn’t

stopped St Andrew’s College

goalie Georgia Bonne from

achieving her aspirations in the

sport.

THe 16-year-old was one of

12 Cantabrians named in the

boys and girls national under-18

talent squads to attend a camp in

Auckland in October.

Out of six goalkeepers in the

squad, she is the only one from

the South Island.

“Back in year 7 when I was at St

Margaret’s, I was playing in the

field and I was trialling for teams,

but I wasn’t very fit and with my

lung condition my coach realised

that I probably wasn’t going to

make rep teams,” Georgia said.

“I was asked if I’d try goalie

and I just loved it.”

It’s fair to say Georgia’s fitness

has improved since she has

gone on to be a New Zealand

age-group representative in

volleyball.

Georgia was on a volleyball

trip to Thailand in the weeks

leading up to the national

under-18 hockey tournament

which hampered her preparation.

“To be honest, I was thinking

I’d be the reserve goalie for

Canterbury because I was the

youngest one there, but I ended

up starting in that tournament,”

she said.

Canterbury were runners-up in

the tournament, losing the final

ACTION: Georgia Bonne is the only South Island goalkeeper in

the national under-18 talent squad.

in a penalty shoot-out.

Georgia said she was eager to

test herself against the best agegroup

talent in the country and

she wasn’t afraid to speak up if

her defence needed it.

“I’m a competitive person so

I will say my bit, but off the

field it’s all good . . . it’s just the

game.

“THe camp is a chance to see

where I’m at nationally and work

on things I need to improve on,”

she said.

Georgia believes playing

volleyball and being a goalie

helps her athleticism in both

sports.

“Hockey isn’t as physical as

volleyball but I use the same

skills to block shots as I do diving

on the volleyball court so it

works well for me,” she said.

Canterbury players in the

national under-18 talent squad

Harrison Darling (Fendalton-

Avon), Nick Lidstone (Carlton-

Redcliffs), Oscar Nation

(Harewood), Jayden Rokowitz

(Harewood) and Simon Yorston

(HSOB-Burnside); Bella

Ambrosius (Harewood), Emily

Baker (Marist), Hayley Cox

(HSOB-Burnside), Charlotte

Lee (Harewood), Abby Lennon

(Harewood), Brittany Wang

(Rangi Ruru/Rangiora).

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Tuesday 21 August, 2pm

Diana Isaac Retirement Village

We warmly invite you to attend a presentation by

helloworld Avonhead along with World Journeys.

They will let us know about touring and cruise options

in Antarctica, Japan, Vietnam, Alaska, Cuba, Europe

and more. This will be followed by afternoon tea, and

there will be the opportunity for a village tour.

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information please phone

Adrienne or Lynne on 385 3518

1 Lady Isaac Way, Mairehau

8574


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Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will be

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A Laugh with Carlton – Comedy

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mix of new talent and seasoned

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Scrabble Club

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Reading to Dogs

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

These sessions have been

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This programme uses dogs

which are pets of the city council

animal management team and

have been trained and tested for

health, safety and temperament.

Sessions are 15min. Phone 941

7923 to book a spot.

Pizza and movie night, Friday 5-7:30pm. A free event with pizza for tea and a movie showing

from 6pm. This is a great event for kids and adults a like. St Albans Uniting Church, 36 Nancy

Ave

Papanui Library, 35 Langdons

Rd

Free seminar for parents of

teens

Thursday 23 August, 7pm-

8.30pm

Guiding teenagers through the

various career and study options

available to them in the modern

world can be a challenge. At this

seminar, a UC Career Consultant

will talk with parents and

caregivers of secondary school

aged children (years 9-13) about

how to support their children

in making informed decisions

about their futures. The seminar

will assist parents to help their

teens consider all their options,

whether this is work, university,

polytechnic, an apprenticeship,

private providers or other possibilities.

It will explore, the world

of work. How to make informed

career decisions now and in the

future, along with a range of

career development resources.

University of Canterbury Engineering

Core, Room E6, Creyke

Rd (building set back from the

street)

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Thursday 2-3.30pm

Go along and enjoy a chat with

others as you knit. For anyone

who loves to knit or wants to

learn.

Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd

Yoga Class

Thursday, 6.15-7.15pm

Go along and join a Hatha

Yoga class to encourage your

body to move. This event is for

all ages and runs Thursdays.

St Albans Tennis Club, 37

Dover St

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REAL ESTATE

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on the wraparound terrace.

Totally weekend friendly it comprises 2

double bedrooms, bathroom with built in

bath, ideal kitchen for entertaining while

still being part of the fun plus spacious living

generously linked to the outside living areas

by 3 ranch-sliders. There is a single garage

with internal access.

For an easy care holiday home, weekender,

retirement home or home for a busy couple

this one would be hard to beat.

Only 30 minutes scenic drive from the

bottom of Colombo Street. Local amenities

are many and varied to indulge in and in

the pipeline is a cinema, supermarket and

additional shops, as well as the development

of Te Ana Marina at Lyttelton stage 1 now

complete. There is also plenty to become

involved in if you want a local interest, either

as a volunteer or for recreation, you have the

choice of golf, yachting, swimming beaches,

tennis courts, mountain bike tracks and

endless hiking and walking opportunities.

This is an area which offers a year round

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REMARKABLE CONCERT EXPERIENCE

THE NZSO AND THE PHOENIX FOUNDATION!

TO CELEBRATE their 20th year e

Phoenix Foundation have joined forces

with the NZSO for a remarkable concert

experience.

e Phoenix Foundation is one of the

most iconic New Zealand bands of the 21st

century. Formed in Wellington in the late-

90s, they have been lauded here and

overseas and feted by rock royalty, from

Neil Finn and Jarvis Cocker to Iggy Pop.

e band has also contributed to several

movie soundtracks, including film-maker

Taika Waititi’s celebrated box office smash

Hunt for the Wilderpeople.

If you are not yet familiar with their

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Drawing from their much loved

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deep album cuts.

It will also be a rare opportunity to hear

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e NZSO and e Phoenix Foundation

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WET N WILD Cosmetics

• Cream Foundation • Pressed Powder • Liquid Concealer

• Lip Colour • Eye Shadow

Our Price $ 3.50EA OR 2 FOR $ 6.00

For the Guys...

Lip Balms

Wonderful selection

of flavoured

lip balms.

Our Price

$

2.90EA

GREAT VALUE!

Sport Recovery...

Travel Hair

Spray 56g

Firmer hold for

maximum volume.

SUPER

SPECIAL!

Normally $4.99

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$

1.40EA

MEN ONLY Range

Includes

• 300ml Shower Gel

• 250ml Shave Foam

• 150ml Spray Deodorant

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Normally

$9.90

Our Price

$

5.00EA

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$

6.30EA

USL Rigid Strapping Tape

38mm x 13.7m

Strapping to support ankles, knees and shoulders.

USL Mouthguards

• JUNIOR • YOUTH • ADULT • ADULT FLURO

Reduce cuts to the lip, mouth and tongue, and

decrease the risk of jaw fractures and concussions.

Men’s Life Style Fragrances

GK ONE 100ml • Inspired by CK One

Hercules 100ml • Inspired by JPG Le Male

Billionaire 100ml • Insired by Paco Rabanne

1 Million

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$

9.90EA

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Normally $14.90

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$

13.90EA

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$

5.90EA

VOLTAREN Emugel 100g

Voltaren Emugel for the temporary relief of local

pain and inflammation. Used to relieve pain and

reduce swelling in a number of

conditions affecting the joints

and muscles.

Our Price

$

28.50

Normally $14.50

Men’s Toilet Bags

Our Price

$

9.90EA

USL Kinesiology Tape

3NS 5cm x 5m, Available in 8 colours

A unique adhesive therapeutic tape will provide

gentle remedial effects to the neuromuscular

system, blood and lymph circulation resulting in

relief of muscle and joint pain.


24 Tuesday August 14 2018

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Brocante

at Wairakei Road

Only while stocks last. Expires 31st August 2018. Use all these products strictly as directed. Always read the label carefully and note any warnings or side effects.

All medicines have benefits and some may have risks. If symptoms persist or you have side effects consult your doctor or pharmacist. Brocante only available at Wairakei Road.

WORCESTER BLVD

4/501 Wairakei Road,

Burnside,

Christchurch.

Parking at the door

for your convenience

WAIRAKEI RD

ROYDVALE AVE

WOOLDRIDGE RD

WAIRAKEI RD

Ph: 03 360 3178

Fax: 03 351 3099

Email: wairakei@barnettspharmacy.co.nz

NUNWEEK PARK

HOCKEY FIELD

Barnett’s Wairakei

Road Pharmacy

ABROS PL

Iwikau Building, Unit B/

93 Cambridge Terrace,

Christchurch Central.

On the West Side of the

Bridge of Remembrance

Ph: 03 595 5305

Fax: 03 974 9725

Email: westend@barnettspharmacy.co.nz

MONTREAL ST

HEREFORD ST

Barnett’s West

End Pharmacy

CASHEL ST

CAMBRIDGE TCE

CAMBRIDGE TCE

DURHAM ST STH

AVON RIVER

AVON RIVER

OXFORD TCE

HOURS: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.30pm

HOURS: Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.30pm

Wairakei

ROAD

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BARNETT’SWest End PHARMACY

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