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MORE RESIDENTS have had<br />

enough of big trucks rumbling<br />

past their front doors.<br />

Avonhead people have now<br />

joined the ever-growing queue<br />

of people wanting the city<br />

council to do something about<br />

the issue.<br />

Residents say since the<br />

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Russley Rd intersection in<br />

November 2015, heavy vehicles<br />

are taking short cuts from<br />

Roydvale Ave, Hawthornden Rd<br />

and Cutts Rd.<br />

Hawthornden Rd resident Jon<br />

Leadbeater said the increased<br />

heavy vehicles made the area<br />

unsafe.<br />

“I’m worried about the safety of<br />

the pedestrians and the children<br />

in the area because it’s a narrow<br />

road.”<br />

It follows on from residents<br />

in Fendalton and Wigram also<br />

voicing opposition to heavy<br />

vehicles going through residential<br />

areas.<br />

Lady Wigram Retirement Village<br />

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complained about heavy traffic<br />

last year.<br />

Fendalton residents last month<br />

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from the Glandovey and Idris Rd<br />

intersection.<br />

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

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YOU HAVE to sympathise with residents<br />

having to deal with big trucks rumbling<br />

past their homes (see page 1).<br />

Christchurch is growing at a quick<br />

rate. That means more people, more<br />

housing, more cars and more trucks. The roads are becoming<br />

increasingly congested. We’re nothing like Auckland but<br />

nevertheless our roading network is busy.<br />

It’s no surprise increasing numbers of motorists are seeking<br />

a quicker route to get to where they are going, and that often<br />

means away from the main arterials which grind to walking<br />

pace at times.<br />

Once quiet residential streets and roads are now busy.<br />

The answer is not an easy one, but there is one guarantee: Big<br />

trucks will continue to roll through more neighbourhoods.<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 4 <strong>2018</strong> 3<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

Failed bid for alcohol bans<br />

• By Ashleigh Monk<br />

A BID to impose alcohol<br />

restrictions in Elmwood Park,<br />

Harewood’s Roto Kohatu<br />

Reserve and McLeans Island has<br />

failed.<br />

Fendalton-<br />

Waimairi-<br />

Harewood<br />

Community<br />

Board deputy<br />

chairman<br />

Aaron<br />

Sam<br />

MacDonald<br />

Aaron<br />

Campbell<br />

Campbell<br />

wanted a ban<br />

after spending<br />

time with<br />

Crime Watch<br />

Papanui. He<br />

found signs<br />

that people<br />

had been<br />

drinking and<br />

littering in<br />

Elmwood Park<br />

in Merivale.<br />

He wanted<br />

the park, along<br />

with Roto Kohatu Reserve and<br />

McLeans Island, to be included<br />

in the community board’s<br />

alcohol ban bylaw submission to<br />

the council.<br />

But the community board<br />

decided not to pursue the<br />

matter.<br />

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

Board chairman Sam<br />

MacDonald said there was no<br />

official vote on the issue, but the<br />

“general consensus” of the room<br />

was clear.<br />

“We all shared our views<br />

and it was implied that the<br />

majority were not in support of<br />

the ban.”<br />

He said if any issues from<br />

those areas were brought up,<br />

he would consider bringing the<br />

issue back to the table.<br />

“If they came to us and said<br />

‘it’s not working, the parks<br />

have been bad’ then obviously<br />

we’d have a look at it. But no<br />

one has really sparked up those<br />

sites as an issue. It would have<br />

to be brought up by police or<br />

concerned locals that something<br />

needs to be done. But at the<br />

moment, it’s not there”<br />

In spite of Mr Campbell<br />

wanting the matter to be<br />

pushed forward, he said he was<br />

“satisfied” with the outcome.<br />

“I did push the boat out a little<br />

bit on this one, and raised the<br />

issue of public safety, but I am<br />

realistic,” he said.<br />

“Each recommendation goes<br />

through a process, and I’m happy<br />

with the result.”<br />

He said the board had agreed<br />

there was some anti-social<br />

behaviour in those areas, but<br />

they were in the minority.<br />

“The board agreed that<br />

there are idiots out there, but<br />

they’re in the 10th of the one<br />

per cent.” But he said it was good<br />

that the issue had been so “hotly<br />

debated.”<br />

“It’s been one of the most<br />

involved and discussed items<br />

recently. A lot of things just<br />

sail through, but people have<br />

paid a lot of money for things<br />

like this to be debated. It’s our<br />

responsibility.”<br />

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MATHS TITLE DEFENDED<br />

St Andrew’s College’s top year<br />

10 Cantamath team successfully<br />

defended its Cantamath title<br />

last week at Horncastle Arena.<br />

The team of Oliver Odlin, Arisa<br />

Mori, Eva Hitchon and Felix<br />

Kenton-Smith was coached by<br />

teacher Jeremy Brocklehurst.<br />

The college’s other year 10<br />

Cantamath team of Samuel<br />

Jeon, Abby Jones, Emma Prince<br />

and Lucas Kerry finished<br />

strongly but were two questions<br />

behind the winners.<br />

CORRECTION<br />

Nor’West <strong>News</strong> reported<br />

last week the Papanui-Innes<br />

Community Board approved<br />

changes to a proposal for bus<br />

priority upgrades around the<br />

Northlands Shopping Centre.<br />

This was not correct. The<br />

options are still being reviewed<br />

by the board.<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

Local<br />

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Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Bus-laning too important to rush<br />

Papanui-Innes<br />

Community<br />

Board member<br />

John Stringer<br />

writes about<br />

the bus priority<br />

plans for Main<br />

North Rd<br />

PUBLIC submissions, reports<br />

and plans are flowing on a<br />

proposed city council “bus<br />

priority” bus-only lane on Main<br />

North Rd through Papanui<br />

Village between Harewood<br />

and Sawyers Arms Rds where<br />

Northlands Shopping Centre is.<br />

It’s part of a wider transportation<br />

review matrix and forward<br />

planning by the city council<br />

alongside bus routing by<br />

Enviroment Canterbury.<br />

It’s one of the largest issues<br />

to confront Papanui residents<br />

recently, along with the downstream<br />

impacts of the Cranford<br />

St bypass and the New Zea;and<br />

Transport Agency’s Christchurch<br />

Northern Corridor.<br />

The bus lane proposal has<br />

attracted strong public opinion,<br />

and at an August Papanui-Innes<br />

Community Board meeting we<br />

had a full public house and a very<br />

thorough open meeting, which<br />

was a healthy expression of city<br />

democracy.<br />

There was so much material to<br />

discuss and so many questions,<br />

and such strong public submissions,<br />

that we’ve let the report<br />

lay upon the table, and will come<br />

back at it again for more. It was<br />

simply too important to rush.<br />

We are calling staff back for<br />

more reporting and questioning.<br />

In essence, the bus-lane proposal<br />

takes all north side street<br />

parking away and replaces it with<br />

a dedicated north-bound buslane<br />

shared by cycles.<br />

There will be nine bus stops<br />

and there is already a burgeoning<br />

de facto ‘bus terminal’ on<br />

both sides of the road immediately<br />

opposite Northlands Shopping<br />

Centre.<br />

Additionally, south of Harewood<br />

Rd, on-street parking is<br />

further removed and replaced<br />

with grass berming outside the<br />

shops by Subway and the burger<br />

bar. Between Harewood Rd and<br />

Grassmere St there will be only<br />

four P30 car parks, and only on<br />

the south side, and only outside<br />

bus lane times.<br />

The road is transformed into a<br />

three-lane corridor and at turning<br />

intersections, four-lanes plus<br />

a cycle lane (Harewood, Langdons,<br />

Halliwell, Grassmere).<br />

Arguments for this are that it<br />

increases commute times (for<br />

bus passengers) by 40sec. But it<br />

necessitates the removal of all<br />

on-street parking, a proposal<br />

also being argued on Cranford St<br />

outside Placemakers.<br />

On-street car parks are vital<br />

customer lifelines for local businesses<br />

and local jobs. Adding<br />

more lanes of traffic (whether<br />

buses or bikes) will make it<br />

harder, if not impossible, to cross<br />

Main North Rd (up to five lanes<br />

of traffic). The bus-laning would<br />

be a radical social and cultural<br />

change to our landscape and<br />

community, as has been the<br />

double cycleway on both sides of<br />

Rutland St.<br />

I have concerns for the small<br />

business employers in Papanui.<br />

Merivale Village on<br />

the same corridor, also with a<br />

mall, but far less shops, is not<br />

getting the same treatment as<br />

Papanui.<br />

The same buses will transect<br />

Merivale but that village will<br />

not lose on-street car parking in<br />

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As a Papanui village resident<br />

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I have concerns, especially for<br />

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NOR’WEST NEWS Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 4 <strong>2018</strong> 5<br />

<strong>News</strong><br />

Recognition for chapel<br />

• By Ashleigh Monk<br />

THE CENTENNIAL Chapel at<br />

St Andrew’s College definitely has<br />

the “wow factor.”<br />

The chapel is one of the 48<br />

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year’s New Zealand Architecture<br />

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architecture category.<br />

St Andrew’s College general<br />

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was an honour to have the chapel<br />

recognised on a national scale.<br />

“It really is a stunning building<br />

in internal and external design<br />

and in the services it provides. It<br />

really does have the wow factor.”<br />

The new chapel opened in October<br />

2016 after the old one was<br />

demolished due to earthquake<br />

damage.<br />

Rector Christine Leighton<br />

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to have such a special gathering<br />

place.<br />

“This sacred space has quickly<br />

become an important, respected,<br />

and celebrated part of St Andrew’s<br />

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Mr Leadbeater said heavy<br />

vehicles cutting through Avonhead<br />

should use a “main arterial”<br />

such as Withells Rd.<br />

“Windows are vibrating on<br />

the houses in the morning, it’s<br />

just not suitable for heavy traffic.<br />

“There should be a limit put<br />

on the weight of vehicles travelling<br />

on Hawthornden and the<br />

bottom of Avonhead Rd and<br />

Roydvale Ave,” Mr Leadbeater<br />

said.<br />

The Avonhead Community<br />

Group asked the Fendalton-<br />

Waimairi-Harewood Community<br />

Board in April last year to<br />

restrict heavy vehicle usage on<br />

the streets.<br />

The board asked council staff<br />

to investigate whether vehicles<br />

weighing nine tonnes or greater<br />

could be banned from taking<br />

the route which beginning at<br />

Roydvale Ave.<br />

City council transport operations<br />

manager Steffan Thomas<br />

said that Roydvale Ave is a<br />

collector road, and intended to<br />

carry more heavy traffic than<br />

local residential streets.<br />

And for Hawthornden Rd, Mr<br />

Thomas said staff has not considered<br />

if heavy vehicles should<br />

be restricted at the present time.<br />

There is also no traffic count<br />

data on the road, he said.<br />

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Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Trucks frustrate residents<br />

Gavin Topp<br />

Gail Ker<br />

LOUD: A truck on<br />

Hawthornden Rd.<br />

The lack progress has frustrated<br />

Mr Leadbeater.<br />

“We were hoping that would<br />

all get sorted out, but nothing<br />

has happened.”<br />

Waimairi Ward councillor<br />

Raf Manji agreed with a heavy<br />

vehicle restriction at Roydvale<br />

Ave and Hawthornden Rd.<br />

“It can be a frustrating for<br />

elected members given we’re<br />

taking feedback from the community,<br />

but the way the traffic<br />

operations work is they have to<br />

do [traffic] counts and [they] tend<br />

to determine what the policy<br />

outcome is,” Cr Manji said.<br />

The new Summerset<br />

retirement village development<br />

has added to the heavy vehicle<br />

usage and the city council<br />

needed to look at the issue again,<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 4 <strong>2018</strong> 7<br />

The Subs to play Rockquest final<br />

SCHOOLS<br />

Christ’s band wins people’s vote<br />

CHRIST’S College band<br />

The Subs has kept its<br />

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The band has been named<br />

the people’s choice public vote<br />

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The Subs won the regional final<br />

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the national final after submitting<br />

a video to judges.<br />

However, the five-piece, poppunk<br />

band rallied to gain the<br />

support needed to win the people’s<br />

choice vote and the last remaining<br />

place in the top 10. The<br />

Subs will now play in the final<br />

on <strong>September</strong> 22 at the Dorothy<br />

Winstone Centre, Auckland.<br />

The band is made up of year 12<br />

students Jono Stewart, vocals and<br />

rhythm guitar; Zac Matson, bass;<br />

Humphrey Bullen, lead guitar;<br />

Matias Biraben-Clough, drums;<br />

and Max Toth, keyboard and<br />

synth.<br />

Jono said the band is called<br />

The Subs because it is made up of<br />

“bench-warmers” from Run77 –<br />

the winner of last year’s regional<br />

Smokefreerockquest final.<br />

The Subs beat Run77 to claim<br />

the regional final title this year.<br />

“When I heard second and<br />

third place read out, my heart<br />

sank – I thought Run77 would<br />

win . . . I thought we hadn’t made<br />

it,” Jono said.<br />

But he did admit the rivalry<br />

was a “bit of a joke” between the<br />

bands – they’re actually good<br />

friends.<br />

Jono said The Subs entered the<br />

Smokefreerockquest last year but<br />

didn’t even make it through the<br />

heats.<br />

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

in Auckland on <strong>September</strong> 22.<br />

Quizmasters battle it out at Cobham Intermediate<br />

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

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

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

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FENDALTON Open-Air<br />

and St Martins schools took<br />

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Extra! Canterbury quiz at<br />

Cobham Intermediate on<br />

Wednesday.<br />

The winners of the year 5<br />

and 6 quiz were Sam Atkinson,<br />

11, Aran Cudmore, 10, and<br />

Aaron Kwak, 10, with a score 90<br />

out of 100.<br />

Sam, who was part of the<br />

victorious Fendalton team, said<br />

it was the first time the trio had<br />

won and it felt “pretty awesome”.<br />

He was also proud of his teammates.<br />

“It was probably Aaron’s<br />

knowledge of everything that got<br />

us the win,” Sam said.<br />

The second and third-placed<br />

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points and Avonhead School on<br />

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Year 5 and 6 defending champions,<br />

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JULES BRAMLEY will proudly<br />

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year’s Invictus Games Sydney<br />

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children.<br />

The games use the power of<br />

sport to inspire recovery, support<br />

rehabilitation and generate<br />

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and former servicemen and<br />

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Mrs Bramley, who is based at<br />

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is part of the 25-strong New<br />

Zealand Defence team going to<br />

the Games. Husband Brett and<br />

children Austin, 12, and Jorja, 7,<br />

will be there to cheer her on.<br />

“That’s the main reason I’m<br />

doing it – for them. I just want<br />

to show them that even though I<br />

am injured and I do have restrictions,<br />

there are things out there<br />

that I can still do, and I can still<br />

do well.<br />

“I can really train for it just as<br />

much as you can for any other<br />

sport. It’s really showing them<br />

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Mrs Bramley was an army<br />

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severely restricted movement in<br />

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She’s still with the NZDF, as<br />

a civilian training medics – a<br />

move prompted by being unable<br />

to achieve the required military<br />

fitness due to her injuries.<br />

“I haven’t been able to play<br />

sport. I can’t run, so it’s really restricted<br />

my life, really,” she said.<br />

“The first time I got in the<br />

chair and played a really hard<br />

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game of rugby, I walked off<br />

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to play the full game and not<br />

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said.<br />

“I’ve been really restricted for<br />

quite a long time and just having<br />

the ability to show my kids that<br />

I can get out there and do stuff,<br />

even though it’s slightly adapted,<br />

it’s a great feeling.”<br />

Mrs Bramley, who grew up<br />

in Rangiora and whose parents<br />

still live there, competed in the<br />

COMPETITION:<br />

Jules Bramley<br />

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(Right) – Mrs<br />

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children Austin,<br />

12, and Jorja, 7.<br />

Invictus Games in Toronto last<br />

year and she’s hooked.<br />

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Burnside gymnast<br />

SPORTS<br />

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gives medal-winning<br />

performance in China<br />

BURNSIDE HIGH School<br />

gymnast Paris Chin took out<br />

the overall junior category at the<br />

Zhong Ling Cup tournament in<br />

China.<br />

She is a member of Hornby’s<br />

Olympia Gymnastics Club,<br />

which competed at the<br />

tournament last month under<br />

the guidance of coach Elena<br />

Mesheryakova.<br />

The club claimed eight<br />

podium finishes against a top<br />

international field from China,<br />

Russia, Malaysia, Thailand, the<br />

Philippines, Hong Kong, South<br />

Korea and Ukraine.<br />

Paris, who is in year 9, was<br />

a standout performer against<br />

vastly more experienced<br />

gymnasts.<br />

“Paris is one of New<br />

Zealand’s top gymnasts, and<br />

the prize money will help her<br />

to achieve her goals to become<br />

a top international performer,”<br />

Mesheryakova said.<br />

The tournament was organised<br />

and hosted by well known<br />

Chinese gymnast Ling Zhong,<br />

who represented his country at<br />

the 20<strong>04</strong> Olympics in Athens. It<br />

also featured many other famous<br />

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judges.<br />

The Olympia squad returned<br />

with medals in several different<br />

age group categories for most of<br />

their routines.<br />

Ava Gearry from Oaklands<br />

School and Lilly Eastmure from<br />

Halswell School dominated<br />

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competitions.<br />

Ava won the freehand<br />

competition ahead of Lilly. But<br />

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category with Ava in fourth. The<br />

Oaklands pupil then got another<br />

gold in the rope competition.<br />

St Andrew’s College year 3<br />

pupil Nika Meyn claimed gold<br />

for Olympia in the freehand<br />

section and bronze with the ball.<br />

TALENTED: Burnside High School gymnast Paris Chin won the<br />

overall junior category at the Zhong Ling Cup in China.<br />

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Jocelyn Cai from Oaklands<br />

School completed Olympia’s<br />

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Eleasha Chan, a year 6 pupil<br />

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School, took bronze in the<br />

freehand and finished fourth<br />

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7 pupil Mikayla Chin from<br />

Avonhead School claimed two<br />

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and rope sections.<br />

The competition was<br />

the second in Asia for the<br />

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a tournament in Osaka, Japan.<br />

Mesheryakova said that the<br />

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the valuable life and cultural<br />

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Mesheryakova, who used to<br />

coach in Uzbekistan, her native<br />

country.<br />

“Rhythmic gymnastics is a<br />

dynamic and compelling sport<br />

for girls that challenges body<br />

and mind.”<br />

CHAMPIONS: St Andrew’s College secured the Whelan Trophy<br />

last week with a 73-59 win over Rangi Ruru Girls’ School.<br />

PHOTO: ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE ​<br />

St Andrew’s girls<br />

aim to cap off year<br />

with nationals spot<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

THE ST Andrew’s College girls<br />

basketball team will be looking<br />

to qualify for the national<br />

secondary schools competition<br />

when they take on the South<br />

Island’s best in Invercargill this<br />

week.<br />

St Andrew’s finished fifth last<br />

year at the South Island tournament<br />

to qualify for nationals for<br />

the first time.<br />

Coach Sussan Graham hopes<br />

they can do it again.<br />

“Last year we finished third<br />

in the Whelan Trophy, so from<br />

that perspective, we’d like to<br />

show what we can do.”<br />

The team claimed the division<br />

one Whelan Trophy final with<br />

a 73-59 win over Rangi Ruru<br />

Girls’ School last Tuesday.<br />

It capped off a stellar campaign<br />

for St Andrew’s. The team<br />

lost just one game on their way<br />

to the title in an ideal preparation<br />

for the South Island tournament.<br />

Graham said the team’s<br />

made up of a mix of netballers,<br />

triathletes and football players,<br />

but they have formed a strong<br />

bond.<br />

“This team would be one<br />

of the best in terms of how<br />

much fun they have together”<br />

she said.<br />

“They enjoy the training and<br />

everyone works hard for each<br />

other on the court, whether<br />

you’re a player who gets limited<br />

minutes off the bench, or you’re<br />

a starter.”<br />

A lot rests on their talented<br />

centre Charlotte Whittaker who<br />

was the Whelan Trophy’s most<br />

valuable player.<br />

Graham is confident the team<br />

have the ability to go further<br />

than their 14th place at nationals<br />

last year.<br />

“Tournament netball is always<br />

physically demanding so we will<br />

try to manage that throughout<br />

the week,” she said.<br />

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16 Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 4 <strong>2018</strong><br />

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi<br />

NOR’WEST NEWS<br />

JP Clinic<br />

Tuesday, 10am-1pm<br />

A justice of the peace will be<br />

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Fendalton and Papanui<br />

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Go along to the Carlton for<br />

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night.<br />

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Scrabble Club<br />

Wednesday, 1-3pm<br />

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No need to book, just turn up<br />

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Technology Help Drop-in<br />

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Thursday 2-3.30pm<br />

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others as you knit. For anyone<br />

who loves to knit or wants to<br />

learn.<br />

Fendalton Library, 4 Jeffreys Rd<br />

Building Kiwi boys into Kiwi<br />

ICONZ<br />

Thursday 6-7.30pm<br />

ICONZ Adventure is a fun<br />

programme for boys aged 8-10<br />

years of age. It’s about doing<br />

activities together, where men are<br />

mentoring the boys and teaching<br />

life skills along the way. There is<br />

a $4 weekly charge, but you are<br />

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The McFaddens Centre, St<br />

Albans Baptist Church, 64 Mc-<br />

Faddens Rd<br />

Beginners Quilting and<br />

patchwork<br />

Thursday, 10am<br />

Tote bags and fabric teddybear<br />

making. Also china cup<br />

pin cushions and other items to<br />

be made. Gold coin donation,<br />

morning tea supplied. Phone<br />

Linda for more information on<br />

354 5901.<br />

Emmett Street Community<br />

Church, 106 Emmett St<br />

Live Music<br />

Friday, from 7.30pm<br />

Live music every week in Embers<br />

at the Papanui Club.<br />

The Papanui Club, 310 Sawyers<br />

Arms Rd<br />

Papanui Mega’s Kids<br />

Club<br />

Saturday, 11-3pm<br />

Go along to Mitre 10 Mega<br />

Papanui for kids’ arts and crafts<br />

every weekend. No need to book<br />

just go and enjoy the fun.<br />

54 Harewood Rd<br />

Dads’ Group<br />

Saturday 10-11.30am<br />

The Dads’ Group is a new partnership<br />

between The Canterbury<br />

Men’s Centre, Plunket and Father<br />

Mairehau<br />

Primary<br />

School is<br />

hosting a<br />

gala to raise<br />

funds for<br />

the school<br />

rebuild. Join<br />

them on<br />

<strong>September</strong><br />

15 for rides,<br />

raffles, food<br />

and more.<br />

and Child Trust. It is a safe place<br />

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birth. There will be trained staff<br />

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provide relevant information as<br />

requested by the group.<br />

357 Gloucester St​<br />

Mairehau Primary School<br />

Gala<br />

<strong>September</strong> 15, 11-3pm<br />

Mairehau Primary School<br />

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rebuild. Join us for rides, raffles,<br />

food and more.<br />

Mairehau Primary School, 43<br />

Mahars Rd<br />

How to powerhoop workshop<br />

<strong>September</strong> 10, 6.30-7.30pm<br />

PowerhoopNZ, is excited to<br />

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REAL ESTATE<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> 4 <strong>2018</strong> 19<br />

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FRIDAY<br />

7PM: JO’S KARAOKE<br />

SATURDAY<br />

4.30PM: MARION’S OUTLAWS<br />

8PM: KRAKKAJACK<br />

FAMILY FRIENDLY DINING<br />

Chalmers<br />

Restaurant<br />

OPEN<br />

FRI, SAT, SUN<br />

FROM 5.30PM<br />

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MEMBERS, GUEST & AFFILIATES ALL WELCOME<br />

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The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026 | 17 Carmen Rd | Hornby<br />

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386 Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch.<br />

Sales, Service, Parts & Finance: 03 379 0588<br />

VALUE YOU CAN’T GO PAST<br />

Now you can own an elegantly designed SUV for less than you’ve ever paid. You’ll also drive away with a<br />

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• 2.0L Engine • Daytime Running Lights • 18" Alloys • 7.6L per 100km efficiency • 5-Star Safety and<br />

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

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

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PRE-OWNED SELECTION AVAILABLE FROM CHRISTCHURCH MITSUBISHI<br />

2014 Mitsubishi ASX XLS, 2.0L<br />

Petrol, Auto, NZ New, Reversing<br />

Camera, 76,000km $19,990<br />

2006 Mitsubishi Pajero<br />

3.0L Petrol, 4x4, Auto, tow bar,<br />

Bluetooth, 64,000km $19,990<br />

2015 Mazda 2 GLX,<br />

1.5L Petrol, 4WD, 6 spd Auto, NZ<br />

New, 23,000km $17,490<br />

2014 Mitsubishi Pajero<br />

Exceed, 3.2L Diesel, NZ New, 4WD<br />

Auto, 7 seats, 74,000km $41,990<br />

2011 Ford Ranger Wildtrak, 3.0L<br />

TD, 4x4, manual, deck liner, tow bar,<br />

sliding lid, 157,000km $27,990<br />

2006 Lexus IS 250 Limited<br />

2.5L Petrol, 6 spd Auto, Leather, Tow<br />

bar, 87,000km $15,990<br />

2008 Ford Escape XLT V6,<br />

3.0L V6 Petrol, NZ New, Auto, Cruise<br />

Control, 100,000km $10,990<br />

2014 Honda CRV N<br />

2.4L Petrol, Sat Nav, Auto, Bluetooth,<br />

119,000km $19,990<br />

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