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Urns back where they belong

Police return

stolen items

to widower

COPPER COP: Retired nurse

Jill Walker and Detective

Karen Simmons were all

smiles as the urns were

handed back.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Anan Zaki

A WOOLSTON widow has been

reunited with her much-loved

copper urns.

Police returned the urns

to retired nurse Jill Walker

on Thursday after they were

recovered from a house in St

Martins.

The urns were stolen from

Mrs Walker’s home in June. A

29-year-old-man and a 44-yearold

woman have been charged

with burglary and receiving

stolen property.

Mrs Walker made a plea in

Southern View last month for

the return of the “precious”

urns which belonged to her

late husband of 43 years Barry

Walker.

She was delighted the items

had been found and returned to

her. “It’s just wonderful news,”

Mrs Walker said.

The copper urns were one

of the few memories left of her

husband who passed away nine

years ago.

She thanked everyone who sent

in messages of support after her

appeal for help.

“I’m sure the newspaper article

helped. When a lot of people

know about it, it makes it hard to

get rid of it doesn’t it?”

Mrs Walker was grateful for

the work of the Phillipstown

Neighbourhood Policing Team.

She admitted “fearing the

worst” when the urns were stolen,

believing they may have been

melted down for their copper.

Mrs Walker now plans to plant

two camellias called ‘donation’

in the urns because her husband

was an organ donor.

“Once they are full of dirt they

will be much harder [to steal].”

She will now make sure her

courtyard gates are always locked

and plans to install security

cameras. The urns were part of a

$100,000 antique haul seized in

a police sting on Aynsley Tce, St

Martins, two weeks ago.

Mrs Walker said she was

surprised they were found so

close to Woolston.

The two alleged offenders

entered no plea in the district

court last week and will appear

again on September 11.

Other items recovered include

outdoor ornamental pots, statues,

street lamps, iron gates and other

antiques, police said.

Detective Karen Simmons said

the alleged burglars targeted

antiques, and the items were

taken from around Beckenham,

Opawa, Somerfield and

Woolston.

Said Detective Simmons:

“To be able to return the urns

to the victim and her family is

absolutely wonderful.”

“We do still have a number of

items that we haven’t identified

an owner for, and we’d obviously

like to get these back where they

belong.”

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NOW THAT’S a great story on the front

page today - and a terrific photo too.

Two urns that belonged to Jill Walker’s

late husband Barry were stolen a couple of

months ago.

The chance of them being found was remote. Understandably,

Jill was fairly upset as her husband adored them. They had

major sentimental value.

But never underestimate the police and during an operation

they were found alongside other stolen antiques and property.

We had published an article the theft at the time in the hope

someone might find and return them.

But behind the scenes police were beavering away on the case.

The police played ball with us last week and agreed to be photographed

at the hand over.

A good result all round.

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Linwood North kaumatua dies

• By Sophie Cornish

A MAORI elder and prominent

member of the Linwood North

School community has passed

away after a battle with cancer.

Principal Sandra Smith said

Peter Mason was “down to

earth” with a “wicked sense of

humour.”

Mr Mason passed away

“peacefully” at his home at the

age of 75 last week.

He was the school’s kaumātua,

or elder, and a “great friend” of

the school, said Ms Smith.

“He has provided us all

with genuine, wise, cultural

supervision and guidance

over the years. We loved his

child-friendly advice around

tikanga, his sense of humour

and his wisdom around the

implementation of appropriate

school pōwhiri protocol,” she

said.

Tikanga, a Maori concept

with a wide range of meanings

including, culture, custom and

etiquette, generally refers to the

‘Maori way of doing things.’

Recently, he officiated the

school’s 110th anniversary

and the new hall’s opening

celebrations.

“Our favourite memory of

REMEMBERED: Prominent Linwood North School member

and Maori elder Peter Mason has passed away.

Koro Pete will be him happily

singing and dancing his way

down the hall to Poi E at the end

of our dress rehearsal for the

celebrations,” said Ms Smith.

In spite of being unwell, Ms

Smith said he “soldiered on.”

“Koro Pete was a man small

in stature, but great in mana

and dignity. In his later years

he gave so much of his cultural

knowledge and advice to many

organisations and trusts,” she

said.

He became the school’s

kaumātua following the closure

of Richmond School in 2013,

where he had served on the

board of trustees.

Previously, he was a Maori

adviser for the Department of

Labour from 1987 to 1992.

He also had the title of

facilitator at Connections Nga

Kete E Rua Ltd, a company

directed by himself and his wife,

Linley.

It provides networking and

liaison services for communities

and individuals in tikanga and

bi-cultural practices.

Ms Smith said Mr Mason will

always be remembered for his

“beautiful story-telling” to pupils

and by his whakataukī, a Maori

proverb.

“What is the most important

thing in the world? It is the

children, it is the children, it is the

children.”

“He aha te mea nui o te Ao?

He tamriki, he tamariki, he

tamariki.”

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Funding

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approved

• By Matt Salmons

CONSTRUCTION of a

replacement set of beachaccess

steps on Beachville Rd,

Redcliffs, is set to begin within

two months after a two-year

search for funding.

The Linwood-Heathcote-

Central Community Board

approved the new steps at the

eastern end of the road, near

the Main Rd intersection, with

discretionary funding at their

meeting last week.

Their construction would

allow access to a small area of

beach, a popular play area for

children and for launching

kayaks. Steps there had been

damaged in the 2010/2011

earthquakes and then removed

as part of the Eastern Seawall

works. Replacement steps had

been designed by SCIRT in

2016, but were not included in

the final seawall plans.

The decision delighted

Redcliffs Residents Association

chairwoman Pat McIntosh.

Installation of the precast

steps was estimated to begin in

six to seven weeks.

Lease granted for sports centre

• By Matt Salmons

COMING SOON: Eastern Community Sport and Recreation Inc has secured its lease to part of

Rāwhiti Domain. ​

THE LEASE is secured, now

onto consents and funding say

Eastern Community Sports and

Recreation Inc organisers.

Plans for a $2.2 million sports

facility in New Brighton started

coming to fruition last week

when the group’s lease of two

spaces in Rāwhiti Domain totalling

4325m 2 was granted.

A recommendation had been

sent to the Burwood-Coastal

Community Board from a hearings

panel, giving the board the

authority to grant the lease at its

meeting last week.

The area leased included the

tennis and netball courts, which

the group planned to relay and

cover with a Canadian built $1.3

million kit-set canopy. The first

of its kind in New Zealand.

Group chairman Peter Burley

said the focus now would shift

to resource and building consents

and applying for Lotteries

Commission funding. He said

the group still planned on work

beginning early next year.

“We’re quite excited about

the next step. It’s a recreational

reserve and it means we can go

in there and increase the utilisation

of it.”

The majority of public submissions

during consultation in May

were in support of the idea, only

seven out of 62 being against.

Five submissions supported the

idea but expressed concern about

reduced public access to the tennis

courts.

Mr Burley said that while it

would have a small impact in the

availability for casual users, it

would significantly increase and

improve the use of the area for its

intended purpose.

“It’s the way of the future really.

What it loses in occasional use

by residents, it gains in giving

them a much higher experience,”

Mr Burley said.

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Tuesday August 28 2018 5

Innovative students turn

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• By Sarla Donovan

A GROUP of

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12 students at Linwood

College have come up with

a novel way to see yourself

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Michael Venter, Toby

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business.

Their business is named

Mike & Co and the boys

have been working with

TECH: A group of

Linwood College

students have

developed a new picture

viewing programme

which uses a lithophane

(left) to view your

favourite photos in 3D.

Richard Jolly

Christchurch Gondola as a

business partner.

They will be launching

the BPIC on Wednesday

morning at the Gondola

base station.

Linwood College business

studies teacher

at Richard Jolly said

the boys had decided

to use the process of

3D printing to innovate

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• By Sarla Donovan

THE Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

has requested an “outside

support person” to

help it understand

Higher Flood Hazard

Management Areas

and Restricted Unit

Overlays.

Christchurch Coastal

Residents United

deputy chairman

Warwick Schaffer

attended a publicexcluded

city council

seminar about the

topics last week after the city

council agreed to the request.

The outside adviser was to

help the board “interpret the

information and ask questions,”

said member Darrell Latham.

He said there were

“incongruities” in city council

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• By Sophie Cornish

A CASHMERE bowel cancer

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world’s largest surgical colleges

in Ireland.

Last month, Frank Frizelle

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Surgeons in Ireland.

It recognises his global leadership

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the back of ground-breaking

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District Health Board

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precursor to the disease, which

is one of the leading causes of

cancer death in New Zealand,

said Prof Frizelle.

It could lead to a life-saving

vaccine or early detection test for

the disease.

Prof Frizelle said he was

“delighted and privileged” to be

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HONOUR: Frank

Frizelle (right) after

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fellowship from the

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Kirkwood–Technology, ‘Opportunities’

‘Schooling for the Whole Child’

The focus of a successful school is the pupil. The growth of our children at Kirkwood is

supported by the many extension opportunities we offer over and above our classroom activities.

We work on extending learning opportunities in a number of areas.

Technology

Some of the highlights in our

technology area include:

• Robotics;

• 3D Printing;

• EPro8 Challenge;

• Fashion Design and Make.

Technology is a favourite area for

many students due to the ‘handson’

problem solving approach to

learning.

Extension Groups, Competitions

and Events

Our students have many opportunities to participate in various

competitions and events offered at Kirkwood.

These include:

• University of Canterbury Academic

Competitions;

• Cantamath;

• Canterbury-Westland Science Fair;

• Science Badges;

• Blue Light PCT competition;

• Otago Problem Solving;

• Publishing of a school magazine;

• Art Cup;

• Kids’Lit Quiz;

• Orchestra;

• Choir;

• Leadership Opportunities;

• House Captains;

• School Production;

• School Council.

Music

Music is taught as part of the

performing arts curriculum in

all classrooms, however extra

opportunities are available

for students to learn a wide

variety of music.

This year our students have

been learning the Guitar,

Piano, Violin, Drums, Flute,

singing in the Choir and

playing in the Orchestra.

We also have a Rock Band

which performs in assemblies

during the year.

Awards

We value and encourage personal excellence which

is recognised with our ‘Blues’ Awards system.

Sports

Apart from the regular physical education programmes

within the classrooms there are many other sports

offered at Kirkwood. Some the sports played this year

are Netball, Football, Cross Country, Skiing, Swimming,

Rugby, Basketball, Water polo and Touch Rugby.

Don’t forget, there are still some places available for Year 7 and Year 8 for 2019.

Please visit our website www.kirkwood.school.nz for information and to

download an enrolment form or ring the office on 348 7718.

Phil Tappenden,

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260 Riccarton Road, Christchurch

Email: school.information@kirkwood.school.nz

Phone 03 348 7718 Fax 03 348 1085

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From the sports field to the stage

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Salmons

HALSWELL’S Peni Junior Iva

is gearing up for two national

competitions in Auckland next

month – one on the sports field

and another on stage.

As if beginning each weekday

with an hour long bus trip to

Haeata Community Campus in

Aranui was not busy enough,

the year 13 student splits his free

time between his passions- club

and school rugby league games,

youth group, band rehearsals

and training.

“It’s a bit of a struggle every

morning [to travel to Haeata] .

. . but just with how the school

goes, it fits in well with how I

am,” he said.

PJ said he started playing

rugby union when he was 13, but

switched to league as it was “just

much more chill and fun.”

He said it also keeps fitness

levels high.

In early September, he will

play for Haeata at the secondary

schools national rugby league

development tournament in

Auckland. Last year Haeata went

all the way to the televised final,

but was beaten by Auckland’s

Marcellin College.

“It’s such a fun tournament,

playing alongside amazing

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players and learning off them.

“We’re hoping to get ourselves

[in the final] again this year and

take it out. We’ve got a lot of

juniors stepping up, so it’s cool

for them,” he said.

PJ is used to the responsibility

of setting a positive example to

younger peers both on and off

the field.

On Fridays he volunteers as a

youth leader at Fusion Youth and

leads the group’s band alongside

his sister, Nesa.

He started learning the guitar

when he was nine and PJ is now

able to play a range of instruments

including the bass guitar,

drums and piano

“I try to learn as much as possible.

For the youth bands for example,

people come in and want

to learn and I’m able to teach

them any instrument,” he said.

PJ’s drumming ability helped

get Haeata band Proud Brown

to the Rockquest Tangata Beats

final in Auckland last year

and win the best vocals award.

This year, his duo PJ and Evile

came second in the Canterbury

Rockquest finals and first in the

region’s Tangata Beats final.

The win entered the duo into

the Tangata Beats national finals

- part of the Rockquest finals

held in Auckland on September

22.

“I’m definitely looking forward

to that ... just the whole atmosphere.”

For his future, PJ said he would

study at Ara Institute of Music

Arts with an aim to eventually

qualify as a music teacher.

“My dream is to travel the

world playing music, but if that

doesn’t work out, coming back

as a music teacher. You’re still

working with kids and I’d still

get to do what I love either way.”

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“When clients first come to the clinic,”

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Boys get bitten by the baking bug

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

MT PLEASANT School teacher

Ange Tutt has started a new

craze for boys – baking.

She initially set up a baking

club in 2012, “to give pupils

something positive and fun to do

during the stressful earthquake

days.”

It ran in the third term each

year and was originally popular

with girls.

However, after talking to a few

boys Ms Tutt decided to target

them this year.

And that’s when the Boys

Baking Club was born.

After starting with one boy

(her own son), she now has seven

– all from year 5/6.

She reckons it was the rebrand

which made the difference.

“As soon as I named it Boys

Baking the boys were suddenly

very keen,” said Ms Tutt.

They meet every Thursday

lunchtime to taste and share

their latest creation.

Each week Ms Tutt issues

a challenge and thus far

muffins, cakes, baking with

yeast and “200 grams of

chocolate” have been faced and

embraced.

Prizes are given out to the boys

for showing creativity and risktaking

when baking.

The cake challenge was

one where they “upped

their game” and created the

most delicious cakes, Ms Tutt

said.

“It was a tough competition. In

the end the boys decided Noah

and Isaac deserved a prize for

their incredible decorating.”

She said their honesty and

enthusiasm was amazing.

“I have had photos from

parents, showing me their

commitment to the challenge –

pouring over cookbooks looking

for the perfect recipe.”

All leftover baking heads home

for them to share with their

family (and sometimes it goes

via their classroom teacher for a

taste test).

Last week the boys took

part in a master class with Ms

Tutt.

“I am a teacher – but a lover of

baking. I taught them to bake

sponge roll, bacon and egg pies

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Phen Day Dhargyey Ling (Tibetan)

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as, Venerable Geshe Nyima Dorje (Geshe-la).

The Christchurch Centre was started due

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authentic Tibetan Buddhist teacher

residing in the city and carrying out weekly

teachings, meditation classes and retreats.

Fulfilling this request Geshe-la now teaches

every Tuesday night and Sunday morning.

• Geshe-la graduated from the largest

Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the

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the late Venerable Khensur Urgyen

Tseten, Venerable Khensur Kangurwa

Lobsang Thupten and Venerable

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• Geshe-la arrived in New Zealand in

2008 teaching originally in Dunedin

then through requests moved to

Christchurch 2011, ever since proving

to be lively and entertaining, fresh

and eloquent. Certainly he is very

experienced, having taught younger

monks in the monastery, in his home

region of Tibet and for 3 years in

the traditionally Tibetan-Buddhist

country of Mongolia. Having Geshela

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people to make a deep connection

with age-old teachings.

• At the Centre Geshe-la’s classes focus

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WOOLSTON Boxing

Club came back with

seven titles from the

central North Island

novice championships in

Rotorua.

The nine-strong team

used the event as preparation

for the New Zealand

Golden Gloves in Hornby

in October. The Canterbury

team will be named

on September 9 for that

event, which means each

boxer was eager to push

their claim against fighters

from Hastings, Hamilton

and Auckland.

In the elite class bouts,

Trevor Swainson won the

under-91kg title, Oliver

Bristowe the under-81kg

title, Chrissy Reid the

80kg-plus women’s title,

and Beulah Paris the

under-69kg women’s title.

Byron Antal and

Sterling Robb won

the junior 80kg-plus

and under-59kg titles

International debut for fencer

• By Jacob Page

ADDINGTON Fencing

Institute’s Liam James

has had his first taste of

international competition

at the sport’s Junior

Commonwealth Games in

England.

The 20-year-old, who

lives in Bishopdale,

finished 34th overall at

the games.

“I think the result was

a fair reflection of where

I’ve been in the lead-up to

the event,” James said.

“I’ve had injuries to

both my knees and the

competition was very

strong.”

The top-10 ranked Kiwi

fencer has a lifetime best

ranking of No 3 in New

Zealand.

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respectively and Hamuera

Tainui won the under-

66kg cadet title.

Te Atetangi Paris was

the under-66kg junior

runner-up as was Azury

Ormsby in the under-

46kg.

Coach Holly Sullivan

was delighted with the

He said he spends eight

hours a week training in

his sport.

He said he has

been busy juggling a

welding and

manufacturing

course at Ara

as well.

“I’m not

putting in as

much time as

I would like

given the level

that I am, but

I’m very busy

and I’m hopeful

I’ll get more

time when things quieten

down.”

The former social

footballer and sailor said

he took up the sport in

year 9 because it looked

interesting.

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effort, even though some

of them had to fight in

higher weight categories

to get a bout.

“We are now seven

weeks out from nationals

and my guys are really

working hard on their

training and fitness to try

to make the Canterbury

team,” she said.

“I couldn’t be happier

with how the tournament

went,” she said.

“We had a number of

really good wins and it

was a chance for some of

our newer boxers to test

themselves against new

opposition for the first

time. It will be a great

learning experience for

them as they progress.”

The team will now compete

at the Rangiora and

Waikuku boxing championships

on September

8 in a last ditch attempt

to impress the Canterbury

selectors before the

Golden Gloves squad is

announced the next day.

“I thought it could be

fun and from there it’s

gone on and swallowed up

my life,” he said.

“It’s a sport of sharp

reflexes and

reactions. It’s a

very physically

demanding

sport. It can ruin

knees, backs,

hips and ankles,

just through

the range of

movement

and how much

Liam James time we spend

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James said his longterm

goal was to become

the New Zealand No 1.

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Encourage learning through

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Go along to the Linwood

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Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

JP Clinic at Spreydon Library

Thursday 10.30am-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.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Citizens Advice Bureau –

South Library

Thursday 11am-2pm

Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice to everyone. CAB takes

the time to listen and equip you

with the information, options

and support that fit your needs.

The CAB are conveniently

located just inside the library.

South Library, 66 Colombo St

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Join in on a game of

Rummikub, a tile-based game for

two to four players. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Friendship & Tea – over Royal

Albert Bone China

Thursday, 10am-1pm

Go and join the laughter and

fun weekly over a decent cup of

tea/coffee with Royal Albert fine

china, yummy scones, all served

on lacy cloths, with fresh posies,

art cards and paintings, and

teddy bear settings to uplift your

spirits. . $3 donation appreciated.

Cashmere New Life, cnr

Colombo St and Malcolm Ave

Game Zone @ Linwood

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm, during

term only

Join Linwood Library for an

hour of fun, play great favourites

like Minecraft, Charades,

Connect Four, Pictionary

and more. Learn and develop

strategies in new games such as

Dutch Blitz, Heads Up, Hand

and Foot, and group games.

Take your friends or meet some

new ones; all children aged eight

to 13 welcome. No booking or

payment required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō

Friday, 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.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St, and South Library,

66 Colombo St

Go along to

the mid-week

laughter club

to get some

exercise and

have a giggle.

Just $3 per

session, on

Wednesday’s

from 6:10pm

at St Mark’s

Methodist

Church on

the corner of

Barrington and

Somerfield Sts.

Spreydon Social Games Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Join in a friendly game or two

of Upwords, Scrabble, cards,

chess, Mahjong and more.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Girls Minecraft Club

Saturday, 2.30-3.30pm

bookings essential, places limited

Get creative, start crafting.

Build imaginative worlds and

battle nocturnal creatures at the

learning centres’ Minecraft Club.

Join the club and play with your

friends in your very own world.

A tutor will be in attendance to

supervise and assist if necessary,

term costs $20 per child.

South Library, 66 Colombo St

Robin Slow | Brian Flintoff

Tohu

Check out the

new Sportsman 470

Range TODAY

‘To Think’

‘A mark, a sign.’

‘Anything serving as a reminder – token of rememberance”

Little River Gallery shows for the second time a collaborative exhibition by Robin Slow (painting), Brian Flintoff

(carving) and Bob Bickerton (soundscape). This year they follow on in the tradition of visually forwarding

histories and stories to be reflected on and become immersed in.

Proudly supporting JBnZ for over 50 years

Robin Slow an artist whose work is also held in private collections, galleries and marae throughout the country

has used paint to create traditional forms used in conjunction with natural forms. The method of producing the

work has a traditional background but there has been an evolving of techniques and materials. This series of

works takes some traditional tohu, be it in the form of the composition, the patterns created or the creatures. It

explores the past and present to produce another tohu and that is the sign towards the future.

For many years, Brian Flintoff has created taonga puoro (musical instruments) for players and musicians

throughout the country. Not only do these create unique sounds but he has carved into them the stories and

histories that are woven into their function. His works are held in many major galleries throughout the world as

well as collections and marae here in Aotearoa.

From the painted images, carvings and reference points each has used in their works, Bob Bickerton created a

CD to enhance aspects visually but aurally as well to form a piece to be contemplated on and be enriched by.

Tohu (signs) surround us manifesting before and through our differing senses. Presented as a-tinana

(physical) and wha wairua (spiritual) appearances, patterns, actions, sounds of the surrounding environment

encompassing the seen and unseen, the ora and the mate.

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With spectacular views of Mt Evans and

Purau Bay this has to be one of the most

beautiful and sought after properties in

the picturesque Purau Valley. Peaceful and

private this modern energy efficient home

sits on a very usable elevated 5.6 hectare

site, a mixture of very well fenced flat

paddocks, mature trees, some fruit trees,

a meandering stream and a woodlot, so

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North facing, sheltered and enjoying

good sun and lovely views of Mt Evans

and Purau Bay. Constructed of Hebel and

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under-floor heating and a grunty woodburner

with a wetback. There are 4 double

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onto a North facing patio area to enjoy the

afternoon sun. There is also an internal

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The land is fully fenced for stock to a high

standard is well irrigated and has excellent

and priceless water supplies including its

own spring making this versatile property

suitable for a diverse number of uses or

alternatively a great lifestyle property for a

family.

There is also a very tidy modern 2

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main house and also enjoying privacy and

lovely views, ideal as a homestay, Airbnb or

extended family but certainly some income

potential. Plenty of storage with a 3 or 4 bay

shed, easily converted for horses, mature

walnut trees and plenty of places to explore.

Seldom do properties like this come

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minutes’ drive from town to live the dream

and if you desire to be semi self-sufficient.

Local amenities are many and varied to

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supermarket and additional shops, as well

as the development of Te Ana Marina

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Tuesday August 28 2018 19

What’s On

Entertainment

LEGENDS

BEST OF

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THE music of Rod Stewart and Joe

Cocker feature in a shagadelic show at the

Hornby WMC this Saturday night.

Presented by Auckland based

entertainment company Stage 51, the

show stars John Crane as Rod Stewart and

Col Jones as Joe Cocker, MC’ed by none

other than Austin Powers (Gary Brown).

Gary Brown is well known for his

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Legends, Best of British featuring

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Tuesday August 28 2018 21

Spring Eco Extravaganza

Wholesale Discounts to encourage you to Plant a Tree – Save the Planet!

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Keep up to date on what is happening around the nursery

through our Facebook page and at www.allwood.co.nz

View our sale catalogue online now: www.allwood.co.nz/spring.pdf


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Plant a Tree –

Save the Planet!

TO8

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Keep up to date on what is happening around

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Tuesday August 28 2018 23

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