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• By Anan Zaki

MORE RESIDENTS have had

enough of big trucks rumbling

past their front doors.

Avonhead people have now

joined the ever-growing queue

of people wanting the city

council to do something about

the issue.

Residents say since the

closure of the Avonhead and

Russley Rd intersection in

November 2015, heavy vehicles

are taking short cuts from

Roydvale Ave, Hawthornden Rd

and Cutts Rd.

Hawthornden Rd resident Jon

Leadbeater said the increased

heavy vehicles made the area

unsafe.

“I’m worried about the safety of

the pedestrians and the children

in the area because it’s a narrow

road.”

It follows on from residents

in Fendalton and Wigram also

voicing opposition to heavy

vehicles going through residential

areas.

Lady Wigram Retirement Village

residents on Lodestar Ave

complained about heavy traffic

last year.

Fendalton residents last month

lost their bid to ban heavy vehicles

from the Glandovey and Idris Rd

intersection.

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SAFETY CONCERNS: Hawthornden Rd resident Jon Leadbeater believes heavy vehicles are using the route as a short cut since

the closure of the Avonhead and Russley Rd intersection.

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YOU HAVE to sympathise with residents

having to deal with big trucks rumbling

past their homes (see page 1).

Christchurch is growing at a quick

rate. That means more people, more

housing, more cars and more trucks. The roads are becoming

increasingly congested. We’re nothing like Auckland but

nevertheless our roading network is busy.

It’s no surprise increasing numbers of motorists are seeking

a quicker route to get to where they are going, and that often

means away from the main arterials which grind to walking

pace at times.

Once quiet residential streets and roads are now busy.

The answer is not an easy one, but there is one guarantee: Big

trucks will continue to roll through more neighbourhoods.

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Failed bid for alcohol bans

• By Ashleigh Monk

A BID to impose alcohol

restrictions in Elmwood Park,

Harewood’s Roto Kohatu

Reserve and McLeans Island has

failed.

Fendalton-

Waimairi-

Harewood

Community

Board deputy

chairman

Aaron

Sam

MacDonald

Aaron

Campbell

Campbell

wanted a ban

after spending

time with

Crime Watch

Papanui. He

found signs

that people

had been

drinking and

littering in

Elmwood Park

in Merivale.

He wanted

the park, along

with Roto Kohatu Reserve and

McLeans Island, to be included

in the community board’s

alcohol ban bylaw submission to

the council.

But the community board

decided not to pursue the

matter.

NO BAN: A bid to extend an alcohol ban to areas including Elmwood Park has failed.

Board chairman Sam

MacDonald said there was no

official vote on the issue, but the

“general consensus” of the room

was clear.

“We all shared our views

and it was implied that the

majority were not in support of

the ban.”

He said if any issues from

those areas were brought up,

he would consider bringing the

issue back to the table.

“If they came to us and said

‘it’s not working, the parks

have been bad’ then obviously

we’d have a look at it. But no

one has really sparked up those

sites as an issue. It would have

to be brought up by police or

concerned locals that something

needs to be done. But at the

moment, it’s not there”

In spite of Mr Campbell

wanting the matter to be

pushed forward, he said he was

“satisfied” with the outcome.

“I did push the boat out a little

bit on this one, and raised the

issue of public safety, but I am

realistic,” he said.

“Each recommendation goes

through a process, and I’m happy

with the result.”

He said the board had agreed

there was some anti-social

behaviour in those areas, but

they were in the minority.

“The board agreed that

there are idiots out there, but

they’re in the 10th of the one

per cent.” But he said it was good

that the issue had been so “hotly

debated.”

“It’s been one of the most

involved and discussed items

recently. A lot of things just

sail through, but people have

paid a lot of money for things

like this to be debated. It’s our

responsibility.”

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St Andrew’s College’s top year

10 Cantamath team successfully

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last week at Horncastle Arena.

The team of Oliver Odlin, Arisa

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The college’s other year 10

Cantamath team of Samuel

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last week the Papanui-Innes

Community Board approved

changes to a proposal for bus

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This was not correct. The

options are still being reviewed

by the board.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Bus-laning too important to rush

Papanui-Innes

Community

Board member

John Stringer

writes about

the bus priority

plans for Main

North Rd

PUBLIC submissions, reports

and plans are flowing on a

proposed city council “bus

priority” bus-only lane on Main

North Rd through Papanui

Village between Harewood

and Sawyers Arms Rds where

Northlands Shopping Centre is.

It’s part of a wider transportation

review matrix and forward

planning by the city council

alongside bus routing by

Enviroment Canterbury.

It’s one of the largest issues

to confront Papanui residents

recently, along with the downstream

impacts of the Cranford

St bypass and the New Zea;and

Transport Agency’s Christchurch

Northern Corridor.

The bus lane proposal has

attracted strong public opinion,

and at an August Papanui-Innes

Community Board meeting we

had a full public house and a very

thorough open meeting, which

was a healthy expression of city

democracy.

There was so much material to

discuss and so many questions,

and such strong public submissions,

that we’ve let the report

lay upon the table, and will come

back at it again for more. It was

simply too important to rush.

We are calling staff back for

more reporting and questioning.

In essence, the bus-lane proposal

takes all north side street

parking away and replaces it with

a dedicated north-bound buslane

shared by cycles.

There will be nine bus stops

and there is already a burgeoning

de facto ‘bus terminal’ on

both sides of the road immediately

opposite Northlands Shopping

Centre.

Additionally, south of Harewood

Rd, on-street parking is

further removed and replaced

with grass berming outside the

shops by Subway and the burger

bar. Between Harewood Rd and

Grassmere St there will be only

four P30 car parks, and only on

the south side, and only outside

bus lane times.

The road is transformed into a

three-lane corridor and at turning

intersections, four-lanes plus

a cycle lane (Harewood, Langdons,

Halliwell, Grassmere).

Arguments for this are that it

increases commute times (for

bus passengers) by 40sec. But it

necessitates the removal of all

on-street parking, a proposal

also being argued on Cranford St

outside Placemakers.

On-street car parks are vital

customer lifelines for local businesses

and local jobs. Adding

more lanes of traffic (whether

buses or bikes) will make it

harder, if not impossible, to cross

Main North Rd (up to five lanes

of traffic). The bus-laning would

be a radical social and cultural

change to our landscape and

community, as has been the

double cycleway on both sides of

Rutland St.

I have concerns for the small

business employers in Papanui.

Merivale Village on

the same corridor, also with a

mall, but far less shops, is not

getting the same treatment as

Papanui.

The same buses will transect

Merivale but that village will

not lose on-street car parking in

favour of new grass berms, bikes

or buses. So there is an issue of

community equity here.

As a Papanui village resident

and a community board member

I have concerns, especially for

our elderly residents and the

local small business owners and

employers. The implications are

radical of transforming Papanui

into a commuter corridor

through which others pass.

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Recognition for chapel

• By Ashleigh Monk

THE CENTENNIAL Chapel at

St Andrew’s College definitely has

the “wow factor.”

The chapel is one of the 48

short-listed buildings for this

year’s New Zealand Architecture

Awards, placing in the public

architecture category.

St Andrew’s College general

manager David Evans said it

was an honour to have the chapel

recognised on a national scale.

“It really is a stunning building

in internal and external design

and in the services it provides. It

really does have the wow factor.”

The new chapel opened in October

2016 after the old one was

demolished due to earthquake

damage.

Rector Christine Leighton

said the school was “grateful”

to have such a special gathering

place.

“This sacred space has quickly

become an important, respected,

and celebrated part of St Andrew’s

life for students, families,

staff, and old collegians.”

Architectus architect Patrick

Clifford, who helped design the

chapel, said the chapel was the

“spiritual heart of the college.”

He said the chapel was modern

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Mr Leadbeater said heavy

vehicles cutting through Avonhead

should use a “main arterial”

such as Withells Rd.

“Windows are vibrating on

the houses in the morning, it’s

just not suitable for heavy traffic.

“There should be a limit put

on the weight of vehicles travelling

on Hawthornden and the

bottom of Avonhead Rd and

Roydvale Ave,” Mr Leadbeater

said.

The Avonhead Community

Group asked the Fendalton-

Waimairi-Harewood Community

Board in April last year to

restrict heavy vehicle usage on

the streets.

The board asked council staff

to investigate whether vehicles

weighing nine tonnes or greater

could be banned from taking

the route which beginning at

Roydvale Ave.

City council transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas

said that Roydvale Ave is a

collector road, and intended to

carry more heavy traffic than

local residential streets.

And for Hawthornden Rd, Mr

Thomas said staff has not considered

if heavy vehicles should

be restricted at the present time.

There is also no traffic count

data on the road, he said.

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LOUD: A truck on

Hawthornden Rd.

The lack progress has frustrated

Mr Leadbeater.

“We were hoping that would

all get sorted out, but nothing

has happened.”

Waimairi Ward councillor

Raf Manji agreed with a heavy

vehicle restriction at Roydvale

Ave and Hawthornden Rd.

“It can be a frustrating for

elected members given we’re

taking feedback from the community,

but the way the traffic

operations work is they have to

do [traffic] counts and [they] tend

to determine what the policy

outcome is,” Cr Manji said.

The new Summerset

retirement village development

has added to the heavy vehicle

usage and the city council

needed to look at the issue again,

he said.

“I think that’s definitely a

more vulnerable area in terms

of the clash between residential

and heavy freight movements

for developments.”

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The Subs to play Rockquest final

SCHOOLS

Christ’s band wins people’s vote

CHRIST’S College band

The Subs has kept its

Smokefreerockquest dream alive.

The band has been named

the people’s choice public vote

winner to book a spot in next

month’s national final.

The Subs won the regional final

in June but were not selected for

the national final after submitting

a video to judges.

However, the five-piece, poppunk

band rallied to gain the

support needed to win the people’s

choice vote and the last remaining

place in the top 10. The

Subs will now play in the final

on September 22 at the Dorothy

Winstone Centre, Auckland.

The band is made up of year 12

students Jono Stewart, vocals and

rhythm guitar; Zac Matson, bass;

Humphrey Bullen, lead guitar;

Matias Biraben-Clough, drums;

and Max Toth, keyboard and

synth.

Jono said the band is called

The Subs because it is made up of

“bench-warmers” from Run77 –

the winner of last year’s regional

Smokefreerockquest final.

The Subs beat Run77 to claim

the regional final title this year.

“When I heard second and

third place read out, my heart

sank – I thought Run77 would

win . . . I thought we hadn’t made

it,” Jono said.

But he did admit the rivalry

was a “bit of a joke” between the

bands – they’re actually good

friends.

Jono said The Subs entered the

Smokefreerockquest last year but

didn’t even make it through the

heats.

TOP 10: The Subs won the people’s choice award to book a spot in the Smokefreerockquest final

in Auckland on September 22.

Quizmasters battle it out at Cobham Intermediate

WINNERS: The Otago Daily Times Extra! Canterbury quiz at Cobham Intermediate was won by

(top left) St Martins School pupils Oliver Williams, Dilkee Nanayokkara and Stella Shields, and

(left) Fendalton Open Air School’s Aran Cudmore, Aaron Kwak and Sam Atkinson.

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• By Anan Zaki

FENDALTON Open-Air

and St Martins schools took

out the Otago Daily Times

Extra! Canterbury quiz at

Cobham Intermediate on

Wednesday.

The winners of the year 5

and 6 quiz were Sam Atkinson,

11, Aran Cudmore, 10, and

Aaron Kwak, 10, with a score 90

out of 100.

Sam, who was part of the

victorious Fendalton team, said

it was the first time the trio had

won and it felt “pretty awesome”.

He was also proud of his teammates.

“It was probably Aaron’s

knowledge of everything that got

us the win,” Sam said.

The second and third-placed

teams finished neck and neck,

with Prebbleton School on 82

points and Avonhead School on

81 points.

Year 5 and 6 defending champions,

Medbury School, finished

sixth. The St Martins School trio

took out the year 7 and 8

quiz, and were elated after the

win. Dilkee Nanayokkara, Stella

Shields and Oliver Williams,

all 12, scored 94 points out of

100. Stella said her team was the

strongest in the world mapping

question. “We struggled on the

newspaper search and guess who

question,” Dilkee said.

It was the first time the three

pupils from St Martins had won

the competition.

Christchurch South

Intermediate finished second

on 88 points ahead of defending

champions Cobham Intermediate

which were

third on 83 points.

It was organiser Tricia Rowe’s

first time running the quiz.

“It’s been really exciting

and nerve-wracking. It’s been

challenging making sure the

questions were pitched at the

right level,” Mrs Rowe said.

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Family motivation for Invictus Games athlete

JULES BRAMLEY will proudly

represent her country in this

year’s Invictus Games Sydney

– and she’s doing it for her

children.

The games use the power of

sport to inspire recovery, support

rehabilitation and generate

understanding and respect for

wounded, injured or ill current

and former servicemen and

women.

Mrs Bramley, who is based at

the Burnham Military Camp,

is part of the 25-strong New

Zealand Defence team going to

the Games. Husband Brett and

children Austin, 12, and Jorja, 7,

will be there to cheer her on.

“That’s the main reason I’m

doing it – for them. I just want

to show them that even though I

am injured and I do have restrictions,

there are things out there

that I can still do, and I can still

do well.

“I can really train for it just as

much as you can for any other

sport. It’s really showing them

never to give up.

Mrs Bramley was an army

medic for 21 years, serving

in East Timor, Afghanistan,

and Samoa after the tsunami

there. Over the years she badly

injured her hips carrying heavy

equipment on her back and now

essentially has no cartilage left

in her hips, leaving her with

severely restricted movement in

one leg.

She’s still with the NZDF, as

a civilian training medics – a

move prompted by being unable

to achieve the required military

fitness due to her injuries.

“I haven’t been able to play

sport. I can’t run, so it’s really restricted

my life, really,” she said.

“The first time I got in the

chair and played a really hard

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game of rugby, I walked off

feeling amazing – being able to

play a game again and being able

to play the full game and not

having to stop,” Mrs Bramley

said.

“I’ve been really restricted for

quite a long time and just having

the ability to show my kids that

I can get out there and do stuff,

even though it’s slightly adapted,

it’s a great feeling.”

Mrs Bramley, who grew up

in Rangiora and whose parents

still live there, competed in the

COMPETITION:

Jules Bramley

playing

wheelchair

tennis.

(Right) – Mrs

Bramley with

her husband

Brett and

children Austin,

12, and Jorja, 7.

Invictus Games in Toronto last

year and she’s hooked.

“It was amazing. Can’t explain

it. Just eye-opening. It really

made me realise that everyone’s

got their own story. No matter

what it is, everyone is there

to do the same thing, achieve

the same goals, whether it be

rehabilitation or just learning

to move on in their life and play

sports again.”

She will this year compete

in wheelchair rugby, wheelchair

basketball and wheelchair

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tennis doubles with fellow

Rolleston woman Vanessa

Bawden-Pere.

“We’ve been training really

hard. We’ve got a great coach

in Christchurch who takes us a

couple of times a week. It’s been

really good,” she said.

And while it would be great

to bring home a medal, Mrs

Bramley says that’s not what the

games are about.

“Just being part of a team

again, and being part of the

NZDF again. It’s just amazing.”

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Burnside gymnast

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gives medal-winning

performance in China

BURNSIDE HIGH School

gymnast Paris Chin took out

the overall junior category at the

Zhong Ling Cup tournament in

China.

She is a member of Hornby’s

Olympia Gymnastics Club,

which competed at the

tournament last month under

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Mesheryakova.

The club claimed eight

podium finishes against a top

international field from China,

Russia, Malaysia, Thailand, the

Philippines, Hong Kong, South

Korea and Ukraine.

Paris, who is in year 9, was

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gymnasts.

“Paris is one of New

Zealand’s top gymnasts, and

the prize money will help her

to achieve her goals to become

a top international performer,”

Mesheryakova said.

The tournament was organised

and hosted by well known

Chinese gymnast Ling Zhong,

who represented his country at

the 2004 Olympics in Athens. It

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judges.

The Olympia squad returned

with medals in several different

age group categories for most of

their routines.

Ava Gearry from Oaklands

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the freehand, ball and rope

competitions.

Ava won the freehand

competition ahead of Lilly. But

Lilly claimed gold in the ball

category with Ava in fourth. The

Oaklands pupil then got another

gold in the rope competition.

St Andrew’s College year 3

pupil Nika Meyn claimed gold

for Olympia in the freehand

section and bronze with the ball.

TALENTED: Burnside High School gymnast Paris Chin won the

overall junior category at the Zhong Ling Cup in China.

PHOTO: OLYMPIA GYMNASTICS CLUB ​

Jocelyn Cai from Oaklands

School completed Olympia’s

success in the freehand by taking

out silver, as well as a runner-up

medal in the hoop routine.

Eleasha Chan, a year 6 pupil

from Aidanfield Christian

School, took bronze in the

freehand and finished fourth

with her ribbon, while year

7 pupil Mikayla Chin from

Avonhead School claimed two

fourth places in the freehand

and rope sections.

The competition was

the second in Asia for the

Olympia squad this year after

a tournament in Osaka, Japan.

Mesheryakova said that the

importance of international

experience and exposure cannot

be underestimated.

“These tournaments are very

important for the girls progress

and development as well as

the valuable life and cultural

experiences they gain,” said

Mesheryakova, who used to

coach in Uzbekistan, her native

country.

“Rhythmic gymnastics is a

dynamic and compelling sport

for girls that challenges body

and mind.”

CHAMPIONS: St Andrew’s College secured the Whelan Trophy

last week with a 73-59 win over Rangi Ruru Girls’ School.

PHOTO: ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE ​

St Andrew’s girls

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with nationals spot

• By Jacob Page

THE ST Andrew’s College girls

basketball team will be looking

to qualify for the national

secondary schools competition

when they take on the South

Island’s best in Invercargill this

week.

St Andrew’s finished fifth last

year at the South Island tournament

to qualify for nationals for

the first time.

Coach Sussan Graham hopes

they can do it again.

“Last year we finished third

in the Whelan Trophy, so from

that perspective, we’d like to

show what we can do.”

The team claimed the division

one Whelan Trophy final with

a 73-59 win over Rangi Ruru

Girls’ School last Tuesday.

It capped off a stellar campaign

for St Andrew’s. The team

lost just one game on their way

to the title in an ideal preparation

for the South Island tournament.

Graham said the team’s

made up of a mix of netballers,

triathletes and football players,

but they have formed a strong

bond.

“This team would be one

of the best in terms of how

much fun they have together”

she said.

“They enjoy the training and

everyone works hard for each

other on the court, whether

you’re a player who gets limited

minutes off the bench, or you’re

a starter.”

A lot rests on their talented

centre Charlotte Whittaker who

was the Whelan Trophy’s most

valuable player.

Graham is confident the team

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than their 14th place at nationals

last year.

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physically demanding so we will

try to manage that throughout

the week,” she said.

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PHOTO: MICHAEL SKINNER ​

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Club members Kendall,

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NOR’WEST NEWS

JP Clinic

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.

Fendalton and Papanui

libraries

A Laugh with Carlton –

Comedy Night

Tuesday, 7.30-10pm

Go along to the Carlton for

a laugh and a celebration of

Christchurch’s rapidly growing

comedy scene. There will be a

mix of new talent and seasoned

professionals. Admission is

free. Event runs every Tuesday

night.

Carlton Bar and Eatery, 1

Papanui Rd

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1-3pm

Go along and enjoy a friendly

game of Scrabble in the library.

Boards will be provided but you

are welcome to take your own.

No need to book, just turn up

and play.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale

Email ashleigh.monk@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Library and Community Centre,

13 Bishopdale Court

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Thursday, 10-11am

These free drop-in sessions are

available to help you with specific

issues, such as using email,

searching the internet, using the

library catalogue, using electronic

resources and any other

general computer-related queries.

Go along with your laptop, tablet,

or smartphone or use one of the

desktop computers if you need

help with anything digital. This

session is free and no bookings

are required.

Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library

and Community Centre, 13 Bishopdale

Court

Reading to Dogs

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

These sessions have been

designed to provide a relaxed and

non-threatening atmosphere to

encourage children to practice

and develop a love of reading.

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.

Papanui Library, 35 Langdons Rd

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

Building Kiwi boys into Kiwi

ICONZ

Thursday 6-7.30pm

ICONZ Adventure is a fun

programme for boys aged 8-10

years of age. It’s about doing

activities together, where men are

mentoring the boys and teaching

life skills along the way. There is

a $4 weekly charge, but you are

welcome to come and check us

out for free for the first night.

The McFaddens Centre, St

Albans Baptist Church, 64 Mc-

Faddens Rd

Beginners Quilting and

patchwork

Thursday, 10am

Tote bags and fabric teddybear

making. Also china cup

pin cushions and other items to

be made. Gold coin donation,

morning tea supplied. Phone

Linda for more information on

354 5901.

Emmett Street Community

Church, 106 Emmett St

Live Music

Friday, from 7.30pm

Live music every week in Embers

at the Papanui Club.

The Papanui Club, 310 Sawyers

Arms Rd

Papanui Mega’s Kids

Club

Saturday, 11-3pm

Go along to Mitre 10 Mega

Papanui for kids’ arts and crafts

every weekend. No need to book

just go and enjoy the fun.

54 Harewood Rd

Dads’ Group

Saturday 10-11.30am

The Dads’ Group is a new partnership

between The Canterbury

Men’s Centre, Plunket and Father

Mairehau

Primary

School is

hosting a

gala to raise

funds for

the school

rebuild. Join

them on

September

15 for rides,

raffles, food

and more.

and Child Trust. It is a safe place

where dads can go and share

their experiences pre and post

birth. There will be trained staff

to support the group process and

provide relevant information as

requested by the group.

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Mairehau Primary School

Gala

September 15, 11-3pm

Mairehau Primary School

is holding a fun-filled gala to

fundraise to support the school

rebuild. Join us for rides, raffles,

food and more.

Mairehau Primary School, 43

Mahars Rd

How to powerhoop workshop

September 10, 6.30-7.30pm

PowerhoopNZ, is excited to

visit Christchurch with a few of

the Howick Hoopers. They will

be taking a free workshop on

how to use a hula hoop.

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Tuesday September 4 2018 17

REAL ESTATE

Immaculate by the park

116 McCormacks Bay Rd, Redcliffs

Auction: Thursday, 20 September 2018 Unless Sold Prior

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 2 living rooms | 2 car-garage | 1 off-street park | Listing #SM0066

Overlooking the expanse of

McCormacks Bay Reserve and close to the

coastline, this four-bedroom home offers

a tantalising combination of location,

lifestyle, comfort and convenience.

Designed with function and flexibility

in mind the floor plan hosts an open

plan living area and an adjoining formal

lounge, with the latter not only offering an

alternative retreat, but it can also be opened

to create one expansive entertaining space.

However, if your inclination is to unwind

outdoors, then there is an opening off

the dining area which extends out to the

courtyard and garden.

Contributing further appeal and

convenience to this already attractive

home, buyers have the option to negotiate

and purchase the property fully furnished

which would allow you to quite literally

move in and enjoy.

Four double bedrooms include a master

with a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and

French doors that extend out to your own

private balcony. One bedroom is presently

used as an office allowing you to work

from home.

Benefiting from a north-facing aspect

that attracts abundant sunlight, the

interior enjoys the warmth and comfort

that’s offered by a gas fire and a heat pump

which guarantees a comfortable climate

throughout the year.

Situated over the road from the reserve

and a short drive from the vast selection of

cafes, restaurants, bars and shops in both

Redcliffs and Ferrymead. This property

is zoned for Redcliffs School and has easy

access to the sea, coastal pathway and

cycle tracks. Walk along to the Saturdays

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Our owner has purchased in Australia

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Auction date Thursday 20 September

12:00pm (Grenadier House, 98

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Open homes Wednesdays, Saturdays

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Joy Adams Willie McArthur Dunedin Fiddle Orchestra

A MYRIAD of top performers take to

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Military Tattoo.

e event runs over two days and

features great acts - the Dunedin Fiddle

Orchestra, International champion

Bagpipers (from Manawatu), Highland

Dancers, Liedertafel Male Voice Choir,

Brass Quintet, Pat Dugan, Willie

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Taking place at the Hornby WMC

on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th

November, festivities start at 8pm

Saturday with the Celtic Tattoo. Prize

for the best Celtic dress (Scottish, Irish,

Welsh, Manx, Corning, Brittany).

An aer-Tattoo party follows

featuring Willie McArthur, an Irish

band, and Allan Barron. Entry to the

aer party is free.

Another full programme is

scheduled for Sunday with the WW1

Tattoo. Commemorating a century

since the end of WW1 there will be a

prize for the best WW1 costume

(medals may be worn).

Hamilton recording artist Joy Adams

entertains aer the Tattoo performing

Vera Lynn, country, and her own

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Tickets are on sale now at the

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Tickets are priced at $35 for

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10 Year Warranty Call. Call 03 379 0588, visit christchurchmitsubishi.co.nz or come and see us.

* Price listed is for ASX 2WD XLS. Price excludes On Road Costs, which includes WoF, Registration and a full tank of fuel.

Visit mmnz.co.nz for full Diamond Advantage terms and conditions.

PRE-OWNED SELECTION AVAILABLE FROM CHRISTCHURCH MITSUBISHI

2014 Mitsubishi ASX XLS, 2.0L

Petrol, Auto, NZ New, Reversing

Camera, 76,000km $19,990

2006 Mitsubishi Pajero

3.0L Petrol, 4x4, Auto, tow bar,

Bluetooth, 64,000km $19,990

2015 Mazda 2 GLX,

1.5L Petrol, 4WD, 6 spd Auto, NZ

New, 23,000km $17,490

2014 Mitsubishi Pajero

Exceed, 3.2L Diesel, NZ New, 4WD

Auto, 7 seats, 74,000km $41,990

2011 Ford Ranger Wildtrak, 3.0L

TD, 4x4, manual, deck liner, tow bar,

sliding lid, 157,000km $27,990

2006 Lexus IS 250 Limited

2.5L Petrol, 6 spd Auto, Leather, Tow

bar, 87,000km $15,990

2008 Ford Escape XLT V6,

3.0L V6 Petrol, NZ New, Auto, Cruise

Control, 100,000km $10,990

2014 Honda CRV N

2.4L Petrol, Sat Nav, Auto, Bluetooth,

119,000km $19,990

386 Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch. Sales, Service, Parts & Finance: 03 379 0588


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