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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER <strong>18</strong>, 20<strong>18</strong><br />

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PASSION: North New Brighton-raised Debbie Fuller is back on the sidelines as assistant coach for the Silver Ferns. She is pictured<br />

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• By Jacob Page<br />

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start her career.<br />

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Canterbury and trial for the<br />

Silver Ferns.<br />

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The Linwood-Central-<br />

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2 Tuesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>18</strong> 20<strong>18</strong><br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

HAT’S OFF to Keri and Dave Glassenbury<br />

for their great initiative in Halswell (see<br />

page 8).<br />

They have set up the Sharing Shack and<br />

as the name says it’s all about sharing.<br />

The shack is a food shelf, where people can donate food and<br />

for those who need it, they can take it.<br />

“The whole idea is, if there is anybody out there struggling<br />

in any way, you don’t have to put a thing in there, just take the<br />

food,” Keri told reporter Anan Zaki.<br />

Keri has been a community helper in Halswell for a couple of<br />

years and the latest project looks like a winner.<br />

The shack is outside the community hub. So if you have food<br />

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

Tuesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>18</strong> 20<strong>18</strong> 3<br />

News<br />

Patrol volunteers needed<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

MORE COMMUNITY patrols<br />

maybe seen driving along<br />

Linwood Ave.<br />

But more volunteers are<br />

needed.<br />

Sumner to City Community<br />

Patrol chairman Allan Bain<br />

said the group<br />

managed one<br />

patrol most<br />

days, but he<br />

wanted two<br />

patrols, every<br />

day.<br />

“The more<br />

Franco Lovrich<br />

we are out<br />

there, the less<br />

crime will<br />

happen,” Mr Bain said.<br />

“We’re a deterrent.”<br />

The group covered “a fair<br />

chunk of area” between Linwood,<br />

Lyttelton and Sumner<br />

and reported incidents of tagging,<br />

suspicious behaviour,<br />

property damage or littering to<br />

police.<br />

Mr Bain said the latest city<br />

council statistics showed the<br />

areas covered by the patrols,<br />

such as Linwood Ave, had some<br />

of the “lowest levels of graffiti in<br />

Christchurch.”<br />

As volunteers, maintenance<br />

on the group’s vehicles was<br />

funded through donations and<br />

fundraising efforts. Fuel was<br />

provided by police.<br />

Lyttelton Police Sergeant<br />

Franco Lovrich said the patrols<br />

were getting “a bit stretched”<br />

with their numbers.<br />

“They’re out there, reporting,<br />

keeping the community safe by<br />

notifying police of any suspicious<br />

behaviours.<br />

“They’re certainly a value<br />

to the community,” Sergeant<br />

Lovrich said.<br />

Mr Bain said most of his 45<br />

volunteers were retired and<br />

could only commit to four hours<br />

a month.<br />

“We’d really need to have<br />

some younger people and people<br />

willing to do more hours.<br />

“Ideally we’d really need<br />

around 55 [people].”<br />

While the volunteer patrol<br />

had two vehicles, it had not yet<br />

had them patrolling simultaneously.<br />

“We would really like someone<br />

to do nights for us. Saturday<br />

DETERRENT:<br />

One of the<br />

Sumner<br />

to City<br />

Community<br />

Patrol<br />

vehicles. ​<br />

nights can be almost impossible.”<br />

Mr Bain said members<br />

normally did not leave the<br />

vehicle on patrol so only needed<br />

“good eyes and the ability to<br />

walk.”<br />

“We’re purely moving police<br />

signs. If you see a community<br />

patrol car, you probably don’t<br />

want to commit a crime right?<br />

“You’re doing something for<br />

the community, you’re helping<br />

the community. That’s the<br />

bottom line,” Mr Bain said.<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

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In Brief<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

TOY LIBRARY HOME SOUGHT<br />

Christchurch South Toy Library<br />

is urgently seeking a new home.<br />

The service was forced to vacate its<br />

former premises at the Addington<br />

Raceway. All memberships have<br />

temporarily been put on hold. If<br />

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venue by November 5, it will<br />

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PARKING RESTRICTIONS<br />

The Spreydon-Cashmere<br />

Community Board approved<br />

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Hackthorne Rd, opposite<br />

Cashmere Primary School, the<br />

intersection of Coronation and<br />

Sugden streets and the intersection<br />

of Roscoe and Lascelles streets at<br />

its last meeting. The changes are<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

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Sumner resident Christine<br />

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I HAD never been out on the<br />

ocean in a small boat before.<br />

I had sailed a tiny yacht on<br />

the estuary, and travelled on a<br />

big ship across the Pacific and<br />

Atlantic to England on my 1970s<br />

OE, but I had never been in big<br />

swells with the top of the sea way<br />

above my head.<br />

Climbing on board Blue Arrow<br />

Rescue, the 12.5m Sumner Lifeboat,<br />

was an easy walk up some<br />

steps inside the Lifeboat Station,<br />

onto the deck and into the capacious,<br />

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I put on the life jacket and<br />

clambered up on to the high seat.<br />

Once settled on my perch I was<br />

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how the clever spring system<br />

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Skipper Heather McDonald<br />

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MAIDEN VOYAGE: Christine Toner said her maiden voyage with the Sumner Lifeboat crew was a thrilling adventure.<br />

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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>18</strong> 20<strong>18</strong> 5<br />

Ideas sought for failed village land<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

HEATHCOTE residents are<br />

about to have their say on what<br />

the failed Māori Village land at<br />

Ferrymead Park can be used for.<br />

City council staff will seek<br />

views from the community this<br />

month on what to do with the<br />

land, which was mooted last<br />

year as an alternative site for a<br />

Lyttelton dog park.<br />

Options proposed for the<br />

former Māori Village tourist<br />

attraction at Ferrymead Park<br />

included a dog park, bike tracks<br />

and horse trails.<br />

It had been suggested as the<br />

possible location for a dog park<br />

last year after a suitable site in<br />

Lyttelton couldn’t be found.<br />

City council manager community<br />

parks Al Hardy said the<br />

Linwood-Central-Heathcote<br />

Community Board had asked<br />

staff to investigate uses for the<br />

land in December last year.<br />

“Staff are currently conducting<br />

a site analysis and will be<br />

seeking ideas and community<br />

views shortly, prior to carrying<br />

out formal consultation for the<br />

site,” Mr Hardy said.<br />

He said staff would gather<br />

ideas from the community<br />

through pre-engagement at the<br />

end of the month.<br />

“Pre-engagement involves a<br />

OPTIONS: A site once pegged to be a Māori Village tourist attraction could be a dog park or a<br />

bike track next year. ​<br />

project flyer being sent to adjacent<br />

neighbours, absentee owners<br />

and key stakeholders. This<br />

will increase awareness of the<br />

project and inform people where<br />

they can seek more information<br />

or make a submission.”<br />

Mr Hardy said information<br />

would be available on the Have<br />

Your Say website.<br />

A draft landscape plan would<br />

be prepared around November,<br />

Mr Hardy said, with further<br />

public consultation on the plan<br />

early next year.<br />

He expected the plan could go<br />

back to the community board<br />

for approval mid-2019.<br />

Local<br />

News<br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Sparks Rd<br />

speed likely<br />

to be reduced<br />

• By Julia Evans<br />

THE SPEED limit on busy Sparks<br />

Rd is likely to be cut from 80km/h<br />

from 60km/h.<br />

The city council has proposed<br />

the drop between between<br />

Hendersons Rd and Milns Rd.<br />

The road connects Halswell,<br />

Westmorland and Hoon Hay.<br />

A city council report said the<br />

changes are necessary as a result<br />

of increased activity and to prepare<br />

for future developments.<br />

“The current 80km/h speed<br />

limit is no longer suitable and the<br />

city council is proposing to reduce<br />

the speed limit to 60km/h.”<br />

The drop would also affect part<br />

of Hendersons Rd as it approaches<br />

the Sparks Rd roundabout from<br />

Halswell Rd. The new speed limit<br />

would be in place from November.<br />

It is part of wider changes to<br />

the area for the Quarryman’s<br />

Trail cycleway, including a shared<br />

path on Sparks Rd which would<br />

connect to developments in the<br />

Hendersons Basin and the Eastman<br />

Wetlands.<br />

•To give feedback on the<br />

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News<br />

Possible sites for seafarers’ centre<br />

• By Matt Salmons<br />

COMMITMENTS to continued<br />

funding and finding a new<br />

location have come from a<br />

public meeting about the future<br />

of the Lyttelton Seafarers Centre.<br />

More than 40 Lyttelton<br />

residents joined representatives<br />

from the Seafarers Centre,<br />

Seafarers’ Welfare Board for<br />

New Zealand, city council and<br />

community boards for the<br />

meeting on <strong>September</strong> 9.<br />

Welfare Board chairman<br />

John McLister said the meeting<br />

highlighted aspirations the town<br />

had for the welcome they could<br />

provide to seafarers.<br />

“No one in Lyttelton wants to<br />

see seafarers standing on a street<br />

corner. They just want a functioning<br />

seafarers’ centre.”<br />

Seafarers arriving in Lyttelton<br />

used the Norwich Quay centre<br />

to relax and contact families.<br />

But funding and volunteer constraints<br />

meant the centre could<br />

only open five nights a week and<br />

accommodate <strong>18</strong> people.<br />

Its lease on the current site<br />

would expire in 2021.<br />

Deputy Mayor and Banks<br />

Peninsula Community Board<br />

member Andrew Turner said<br />

there was also “concern about<br />

how the issue will be exacerbated”<br />

by the return of the cruise<br />

REPRESENTATIVES: Jed O’Donoghue, Felix Dawson, Pam Richardson, Tyrone Fields and<br />

Andrew Turner gather for a meeting about the seafarers’ centre. ​<br />

ships in 2020.<br />

“We don’t want to find them<br />

out of a home or ill-equipped to<br />

meet the demand from increasing<br />

numbers of arriving seafarers,”<br />

Cr Turner said.<br />

The city council had no legal<br />

responsibility towards seafarers<br />

welfare, Cr Turner said, but it<br />

was “a question of moral responsibility.”<br />

“The people of Lyttelton made<br />

it very clear that they want us<br />

to provide a quality welcome to<br />

all visitors to the port, and that<br />

includes seafarers.”<br />

He said the city council had<br />

provided $10,000 of operational<br />

funding to the centre this year<br />

and he committed to having<br />

staff investigate ways to continue<br />

that funding into the future.<br />

Using voluntary contributions<br />

from shipping companies<br />

towards the operation of the<br />

centre would also be investigated<br />

with the Lyttelton Port<br />

Company, Cr Turner said.<br />

He said there was a “process<br />

under way” to investigate using<br />

the former Donald St Stables<br />

as a new site for the centre. The<br />

former Lyttelton Museum site<br />

was also considered.<br />

Mr McLister said there could<br />

be hundreds of crew arriving<br />

daily when the cruise ships<br />

returned.<br />

“It’s not just a welfare issue<br />

but making sure Lyttelton can<br />

benefit economically from this,”<br />

he said.<br />

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News<br />

Now<br />

Fire rages, homes at risk<br />

Halswell food stall for those in need<br />

• By Anan Zaki<br />

A COUPLE’S goal to provide<br />

food for those in need has taken<br />

off.<br />

Keri and Dave Glassenbury<br />

have set up the Sharing Shack, in<br />

Halswell.<br />

The shack is a food shelf, where<br />

people can donate and take food.<br />

It was built by computer programmer<br />

Mr Glassenbury, and is<br />

outside the Halswell Community<br />

Hub, at the former Halswell Library<br />

on Halswell Rd.<br />

They set up the shack in<br />

Halswell because Mrs Glassenbury<br />

is a manager at the Halswell<br />

Community Project, which<br />

works to connect and support<br />

people in the suburb.<br />

In its first week of operation,<br />

the Sharing Shack has been<br />

frequently used and is regularly<br />

filled up and then emptied.<br />

“People are more often donating<br />

more than they take away,”<br />

Mrs Glassenbury said.<br />

“The whole idea is, if there is<br />

anybody out there struggling in<br />

any way, you don’t have to put a<br />

thing in there, just take the food,”<br />

she said.<br />

Mrs Glassenbury’s two-and-ahalf<br />

years of helping the Halswell<br />

community have made her passionate<br />

about the area.<br />

“It’s a great area and a number<br />

of times we have talked about<br />

moving to Halswell . . . I just see<br />

FRESH FOOD: Halswell Community Project co-ordinator Kate<br />

Cleverly (left), and Halswell Community Project manager<br />

Keri Glassenbury stock up the Sharing Shack at Halswell<br />

Community Hub.<br />

the whole city as one community<br />

as well,” she said.<br />

The shack is mainly intended<br />

for fruit and vegetables but<br />

canned and instant meals have<br />

also been common.<br />

“If people want to, they can donate<br />

other food, and that’s great.<br />

There is always something that<br />

somebody needs,” she said.<br />

Many in the community<br />

will want to help, Mrs<br />

D.I.Y: Dave Glassenbury<br />

building the Sharing Shack.<br />

Glassenbury believed.<br />

“We dropped it off at 3pm<br />

on Sunday [<strong>September</strong> 9] , and<br />

posted on Facebook. Straight<br />

away people were like: ‘Oh where<br />

is it, I want to drop things off’,”<br />

she said.<br />

Giving back to the community<br />

is something Mrs Glassenbury<br />

has always wanted to do and is<br />

now encouraging her husband to<br />

join in more.<br />

“I’ve always enjoyed working<br />

with people, I’m a people person.<br />

Working in the community hub<br />

. . . it’s an awesome way to meet<br />

people from all walks of life.”<br />

For Mr Glassenbury, volunteering<br />

in the community is a new<br />

experience.<br />

“It was Keri’s idea and they [the<br />

community project] wanted it<br />

done, and I quite like that sort of<br />

thing [building work],” he said.<br />

His first experience was a rewarding<br />

one. “I thought it would<br />

be slow to take off but people<br />

were very quick to get into it,” Mr<br />

Glassenbury said.<br />

Now that he has had his first<br />

taste of working for the community,<br />

another project is around<br />

the corner.<br />

“I am also building a library<br />

shelf where people can share<br />

books,” Mr Glassenbury said.<br />

He didn’t think there would be<br />

demand for food sharing.<br />

“It appears there is . . . what<br />

I also noticed is the amount of<br />

people that want to give stuff.<br />

That really surprised me,” he said.<br />

He considers himself to be a<br />

handyman around the house,<br />

although the project is very different<br />

from his job as a computer<br />

programmer.<br />

“I’ve often do jobs around the<br />

house or building things for the<br />

kids,” he said.<br />

The couple hoped their goodwill<br />

won’t be spoiled by people<br />

trying to take advantage of the<br />

situation.<br />

“If it it does [get stolen], we’ll<br />

just build another one,” Mrs<br />

Glassenbury said.<br />

But it was unlikely to be stolen<br />

Mr Glassenbury believed.<br />

“People can surprise you<br />

sometimes, I think it’ll be fine.”<br />

Eastgate bus hub plan moves forward<br />

•From page 1<br />

“We need to know what the<br />

bus routes are before we make<br />

a decision on what the public<br />

transport services should be and<br />

we can’t do that until a regional<br />

transport plan is finished,”<br />

Linwood Ward city councillor<br />

Yani Johanson said.<br />

But he said he was supportive<br />

of an integrated plan.<br />

Cr Johanson said it would be<br />

“bizarre” for the city council<br />

to invest in public transport<br />

infrastructure when ECan will<br />

discontinue bus routes 145<br />

and 535 travelling to<br />

Eastgate next month.<br />

Instead a shopper<br />

service, the 155, will<br />

be introduced in the<br />

south-east of the city,<br />

running between<br />

Lyttelton and Eastgate<br />

via Ferrymead.<br />

The bus stops in front<br />

of Eastgate cater up<br />

to 30 buses per hour<br />

and board up to 1500<br />

passengers per day.<br />

Yani<br />

Johanson<br />

The usage of buses in the<br />

area rivals Northlands<br />

Shopping Centre and is<br />

only outdone by the central<br />

city Bus Interchange and<br />

Westfield Riccarton hub.<br />

On average 84 buses<br />

use the bus interchange<br />

per hour, 67 at Westfield<br />

Riccarton and 45 at<br />

Northlands Shopping<br />

Centre.<br />

The average week day<br />

boarding of passengers<br />

at the Bus Interchange is 7130,<br />

Westfield Riccarton 3060 and<br />

Northlands is <strong>18</strong>20.<br />

A city council staff report said<br />

it is widely acknowledged that<br />

passenger facilities at Eastgate<br />

are inadequate and in need of<br />

improvement.<br />

But the city council’s Long<br />

Term Plan has no provision for<br />

a transport hub or any other<br />

projects suggested in the study.<br />

City council staff believe<br />

funding from the Aldwins Rd,<br />

Buckleys Rd and Linwood Ave<br />

intersection safety project could<br />

be used for the upgrade of the<br />

Buckleys Rd bus stop.<br />

The report said the remaining<br />

fund of $1.1 million from the<br />

intersection safety project is on<br />

hold.<br />

But Cr Johanson said part of<br />

the project has been completed<br />

with traffic signals being<br />

installed. He said he doesn’t<br />

agree with the money for a<br />

safety improvement into the<br />

intersection being taken off<br />

budget and put into the public<br />

transport.<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

Linwood<br />

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PERSONALISED<br />

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A NEW SCHOOL IS COMING<br />

We are making it yours<br />

Linwood College is undergoing some major changes. During this time a number of things will be happening as part of this transition into our new school buildings so we want to let<br />

you know about our plans and processes.<br />

• While our school is being rebuilt, Linwood College will temporarily relocate to the existing Avonside Girls' High School site.<br />

• We are organising a farewell celebration for current and ex students of Linwood College to farewell the current buildings.<br />

• Staff are focusing on teaching and learning that allows for students to collaborate, supports engagement and meets the individual needs of our current and future students -<br />

personalised learning.<br />

REBUILD INFORMATION<br />

What’s been happening so far?<br />

Workshops around the physical buildings have been occurring. These have included<br />

staff from each learning area, Architectus - our architects, Mana Whenua and the<br />

Linwood College rebuild team. Your community consultation feedback has fed into the<br />

design of the physical teaching spaces and how the buildings will be positioned on<br />

the physical site. Within our design we have ensured that the teaching spaces are for<br />

30 students maximum with the ability to open up to a teaching space for 60 students<br />

if and when appropriate. We also have smaller spaces for students to work. We want<br />

to be able to encourage collaboration but ensure students are not lost in big open<br />

spaces. High level design meetings occur fortnightly. These meetings look at logistics:<br />

finances, structural and engineering considerations, geotechnical considerations, gas,<br />

water, heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting. The Project Steering Group meets on a<br />

monthly basis. This is when the Ministry of Education and the Linwood College Board<br />

meet, making sure that what is being planned for is actually what the school and the<br />

community are wanting.<br />

Where we are now...<br />

We now have a final site plan completed, and the final outside cladding of the new<br />

buildings has been decided. We are coming to the end of the design phase of the<br />

internal structures, and the individual classroom teaching spaces within the Learning<br />

Hubs and the Innovation and Creativity buildings. A transition manager has been<br />

appointed to oversee the shift to the Avonside Girls’ current site.<br />

Where to next?<br />

We are now looking at developing the landscaping designs that will surround the<br />

buildings. We will be starting to look at internal fixtures and fittings, including flooring,<br />

furniture and fabric finishes within the learning spaces. IT consultation is occurring to<br />

plan the wireless connectivity within the buildings. There is planning about the closure<br />

of the current Linwood College buildings including the Whare and the number of<br />

significant memorials on site.<br />

SAYING GOODBYE TO THE OLD LINWOOD COLLEGE BUILDINGS<br />

As part of preparing for the demolition and complete rebuild of Linwood College, we are<br />

organising a farewell celebration weekend. This will be over the weekend of April 5 & 6<br />

2019. There will be a formal ticketed event on the Friday evening for past students and<br />

teachers followed on the Saturday with a day of farewell open to all current and past<br />

students and staff, and the wider community who would like to join us. This will also<br />

include the closing of the Whare and acknowledging the other significant memorials<br />

around Linwood College. We are remembering and celebrating the rich history that has<br />

occurred in these buildings over the years.<br />

Linda Rutland is chairing the organising committee for this event and is now<br />

taking pre-registrations for the ticketed evening on registration@linwoodcollege.<br />

school.nz. Queries to Linda 021 2398946 or Ken Bye 027 748 0697.<br />

TEACHING AND LEARNING<br />

At Linwood College we are committed to providing personalised pathways for students<br />

to succeed. We are working on developing teaching and learning practices that develop<br />

collaboration between both teachers and students. For us, this doesn’t mean having<br />

everybody in an open space trying to work, but rather more structured environments<br />

where both students and teachers can be successful. For example, at the moment our<br />

year 10 and year 12 Physical Education classes work in partnership with the teachers<br />

planning together.<br />

AVONSIDE GIRLS’ HIGH SITE TRANSITION<br />

WHY DO WE NEED TO RELOCATE?<br />

By relocating for the period of the rebuild, the rebuild will occur faster as the<br />

construction team will not have to work around us. Our students will not have to<br />

do their learning in a building site. Because the timeframe will be shorter, Linwood<br />

College can use the money saved to reinvest into the new school buildings.<br />

WHEN WILL IT HAppEN?<br />

Linwood College will be relocating to the old Avonside Girls’ High School site once<br />

AGHS have moved to their new school on the QE2 site. This will be occurring<br />

sometime in term 2 2019. A transition manager has been allocated by the Ministry<br />

of Education to facilitate this shift, and to ensure that this does not disrupt the day<br />

to day running of the school over this period.<br />

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR THE STUDENTS?<br />

It means that our Linwood College staff and students won't have to continue<br />

learning in a construction site. It means that once we have relocated, there will be<br />

little to no disruption until we shift back. Our students will still be able to participate<br />

in sport, major productions and all the other opportunities that Linwood College<br />

currently offers.<br />

CAN I ENROL MY CHILD AT LINWOOD COLLEGE DURING THIS TIME?<br />

Yes you most certainly can. Just contact our Linwood College office on<br />

(03) 9802100 or email office@linwoodcollege.school.nz for enrolment forms and to<br />

arrange an enrolment interview. We will continue to warmly welcome new students<br />

during this transition time.<br />

HOW WILL I GET THERE?<br />

AGHS is only 2.2 kms away from the original Linwood College site. The Ministry<br />

of Education will supply buses from the original Aldwins Road Linwood site to the<br />

Avonside site for the duration of the rebuild. This will be a free service, and will<br />

leave LC to get to Avonside by the start of school, and will leave Avonside at the<br />

end of the day to return to Linwood.<br />

Linwood College • Phone: 982-0100 • office@linwoodcollege.school.nz • www.linwoodcollege.school.nz


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News<br />

Fun to be had at new playground<br />

SCARBOROUGH Playground<br />

is back in action and ready just<br />

as the sun starts to warm the<br />

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The park had been closed<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

Wearable Arts<br />

wows judges<br />

Basketball champs<br />

Our Senior A Boys Basketball went through<br />

undefeated to claim the South Island Secondary<br />

Schools Basketball title, hosted in Invercargill over<br />

the national tournament week in <strong>September</strong>.<br />

Cashmere went into the competition as favourites,<br />

after winning and holding the Dowson (challenge)<br />

Cup, and then convincingly winning the Thomson<br />

Trophy (overall Canterbury Secondary School’s<br />

Competition) for the second consecutive year.<br />

More winter sports highlights<br />

Netball: Our Girls’ Senior A team finished a wonderful<br />

season strongly by winning both their Wednesday and Saturday<br />

competitions. They also performed with distinction at the<br />

South Island Tournament in Dunedin.<br />

Rugby at Cashmere continues to grow from strength<br />

to strength with three teams entered into the Saturday<br />

competitions. Our U15 team went through to win the U15<br />

Section 2 Division with a 31-17 win in the final against CBHS,<br />

and our U<strong>18</strong> team won the Division 1 plate trophy.<br />

The team now heads to the National Premier<br />

Tournament in Palmerston North over the term<br />

holiday break, keen to take on the big Auckland<br />

schools.<br />

The depth of our school’s basketball programme<br />

was clearly evident when our school’s Boys B<br />

team attended the second tier boys’ basketball<br />

South Island tournament hosted in Ashburton and<br />

finished a very impressed second place.<br />

Football: Alex Meaclem (left) accepts<br />

the Connectics Challenge Shield after<br />

Cashmere Boys’ 1st XI Team’s win<br />

against St Thomas’. Cashmere retained<br />

this Shield for the season, and qualified<br />

for the Premier National Tournament<br />

hosted in Christchurch.<br />

Waimea competition<br />

In our annual sports exchange against<br />

Waimea College, our Cashmere teams<br />

recorded wins in basketball, football<br />

and netball to claim the shield (4-1<br />

overall).<br />

This sports exchange and shield<br />

has a long tradition, as it was first<br />

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Our school’s annual Fashion and<br />

Wearable Arts Show provided<br />

another stunning display of<br />

student designed and made<br />

wearable pieces.<br />

This year’s theme, selected<br />

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“Mythology”. Every one of the 14<br />

entries was superb.<br />

The innovation and creativity<br />

on display wowed the judges –<br />

former Cashmere High School<br />

students Jalanda Smith and<br />

Esther Holliday.<br />

The House section winner was<br />

Ngata House, whose model was<br />

resplendent in Ancient Greekstyled<br />

battle gear.<br />

The Individual section winners<br />

were Year 11 students Jessica<br />

Cashmere placed second in<br />

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national schools performing arts<br />

and dance competition, which<br />

has replaced Stage Challenge.<br />

Showquest involves students<br />

designing and leading<br />

the creation of a student<br />

performance item.<br />

Our school’s theme this year<br />

was based on raising awareness<br />

and support of mental health.<br />

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work, the final performance<br />

Cowie and Nova Shen with their<br />

amazing Hakutaku entry.<br />

Individual winner: Jessica Cowie<br />

and Nova Shen’s Hakutaku.<br />

Showquest success<br />

Dani Damm, Sophie Harris and<br />

Isabella Green who choreographed<br />

and directed the Cashmere entry.<br />

was spectacular and the second<br />

placing was a wonderful<br />

achievement for all the students’<br />

hard work.<br />

Building update<br />

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Science Block, and the Performing Arts Centre<br />

(PAC) which includes an 800 seat auditorium, are now being erected<br />

on their foundations. The Science Block is scheduled for completion at<br />

the end of the year, and PAC by end of Term 2, 2019.


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Tuesday <strong>September</strong> <strong>18</strong> 20<strong>18</strong> 15<br />

Big win for Hillmorton<br />

Young fencer<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

THE HILLMORTON High<br />

School basketball team are<br />

looking to go one better than<br />

their national tournament effort<br />

last year when they head to<br />

Palmerston North next month.<br />

The team won the South<br />

Island Secondary Schools A<br />

premiership tournament for the<br />

second year in a row in Blenheim<br />

last Saturday.<br />

They will look to avenge their<br />

five point loss in the national<br />

final against Stratford High<br />

School in 2017 at this year’s<br />

national tournament on October<br />

1.<br />

The A tournament is for<br />

schools with under 600 students.<br />

The team has not had an easy<br />

road so far this year, losing their<br />

coach and former Canterbury<br />

Rams player Marques Whippy in<br />

the middle of the season when he<br />

moved away from the city.<br />

Team manager Andrea<br />

Kendrew said the team chose<br />

not to find a new coach so not to<br />

avoid a clash of playing styles.<br />

“Marques had taught them all<br />

they needed, they just went out<br />

there and executed.”<br />

Hillmorton won all five games<br />

at the South Island tournament<br />

and beat St Kevin’s College from<br />

Oamaru 83-63 in the final.<br />

Kendrew felt with six year<br />

13 and six year 12 players, she<br />

believed the balance was right<br />

to go one better at the national<br />

WINNERS: The Hillmorton High School boys basketball team<br />

won the South Island title last Saturday and now want the<br />

national trophy next month. PHOTO: ANDREA KENDREW<br />

tournament.<br />

She said the team had the<br />

national title as their main<br />

goal for this year so they would<br />

be training hard for the next<br />

fortnight.<br />

“We won’t forget the result last<br />

year and I think we are a better<br />

team for that experience.<br />

“We’ve had some really good<br />

players step up and run things on<br />

the court with Marques leaving<br />

and the team is confident we can<br />

win,” she said.<br />

SPORTS<br />

wary of coach<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

CASHMERE HIGH School<br />

fencer Casper Howell will<br />

be trying to avoid his former<br />

coach during the national<br />

championships at the end of this<br />

month.<br />

For the past two years his<br />

previous mentor Adam Burrough<br />

has knocked him out of the pinnacle<br />

event on the New Zealand<br />

fencing calendar.<br />

“It’s annoying, funny, but<br />

the luck of the draw,” he said.<br />

“Ultimately I’d love to finish in<br />

the top four at that event.”<br />

The 16-year-old won the midsouth<br />

under-20 sabre title three<br />

weeks ago, as the best in his age<br />

from the Waitaki River north.<br />

It is just one of a number of<br />

podium finishes for the year 12<br />

student this year. Howell, who<br />

competes for Addington’s Fencing<br />

Institute, earned a bronze<br />

medal at the national secondary<br />

schools championships a fortnight<br />

ago. “I’ve won a few medals<br />

but I know that I’ll have to be<br />

better if I want to break through<br />

for a gold,” he said.<br />

Howell has competed internationally<br />

at the Australian<br />

nationals in Sydney in July where<br />

he finished 15th as an individual<br />

and won bronze with the New<br />

Zealand team.<br />

VICTORIOUS: Cashmere High<br />

School fencer Casper Howell<br />

won the mid-south under-20s<br />

fencing title.<br />

He started competing in the<br />

sport as a nine-year-old, two<br />

years after seeing it for the first<br />

time during the 2008 Beijing<br />

Olympics.<br />

Howell said to be good at fencing,<br />

you needed similar attributes<br />

to tennis.<br />

“You have to be agile and to<br />

think in the moment and react to<br />

what’s in front of you.”<br />

Howell said he would like to<br />

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open grade competitor and push<br />

for an Olympic spot after 2020.<br />

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Online fitness trainers and Christchurch<br />

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Blue <strong>September</strong>.<br />

Located in the Christchurch Adventure<br />

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SOUTHERN VIEW<br />

St Thomas’ too good for St Kevin’s<br />

SPORTS<br />

• By Jacob Page<br />

ST THOMAS’ of Canterbury<br />

College dominated two football<br />

games to win their annual sports<br />

exchange with St Kevin’s College,<br />

in Oamaru on Wednesday.<br />

St Thomas’ won the exchange<br />

6-2 to retain the trophy.<br />

They won the junior football<br />

12-1 and senior 8-0 and then<br />

backed that up in the basketball,<br />

with the senior team winning<br />

66-53 and the junior side prevailing<br />

57-52.<br />

It was a chance for the school’s<br />

football teams to farewell<br />

departing year 13 players and<br />

welcome in younger talent.<br />

Departing players Treye Butler<br />

and Fin Claude travelled to<br />

Oamaru to watch the games.<br />

Butler scored 111 goals in 94<br />

appearances for the first XI while<br />

Claude presented his shirt to year<br />

8 player Phoenix Coursey, who<br />

was one of seven players to debut<br />

for the top team.<br />

The others were Diego<br />

Lavin, Angus Dempster, Dylan<br />

Barbour-Ryan, Jack Robinson,<br />

Api Rabuka and Memphis<br />

Vaszilyko.<br />

The St Thomas’ first XV won<br />

their game 39-12 but St Kevin’s<br />

took a nail-biting win in the<br />

under-15 match 38-37.<br />

St Thomas’ also won the junior<br />

debate, but lost the senior debate.<br />

BIG SHOT: St Thomas’ Hunter Adam goes for a three-pointer<br />

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Babytimes/Wā Pēpi<br />

Wednesday, 10.30-11am<br />

Encourage learning through<br />

language. Babytimes is an<br />

interactive programme<br />

including rhymes, songs,<br />

stories and play. This is a free<br />

session.<br />

Spreydon Library, 266<br />

Barrington St<br />

Knit ’n’ Yarn<br />

Wednesday, 10.30am–1pm<br />

Go along to the Linwood<br />

Library for a friendly craft corner<br />

session. Take your knitting,<br />

crochet or other portable craft<br />

project and enjoy time with<br />

other crafters. Have a look at<br />

the range of books to get ideas<br />

for your next project. Free,<br />

beginners welcome.<br />

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Creative writing on<br />

Wednesdays<br />

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm<br />

A group leader works with<br />

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laptop. Also take your wonderful<br />

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information. No charge.<br />

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5pm each Wednesday<br />

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JP Clinic at Spreydon Library<br />

Thursday, 10.30am-1pm<br />

A justice of the peace will<br />

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signatures and documents,<br />

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citizenship, sponsorship or rates<br />

rebates applications. There is no<br />

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Citizens Advice Bureau –<br />

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Thursday, 11am-2pm<br />

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you with the information,<br />

options and support that fit<br />

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the library.<br />

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Rummikub Club<br />

Thursday, 10am-noon<br />

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Join Linwood Library for an<br />

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strategies in new games such as<br />

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Come And Meet Each Other<br />

Thursday 10am-12pm<br />

Meet some locals for a chat<br />

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home-made baking at this free<br />

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program which includes playing<br />

board and table games, crafts,<br />

quizzes, speakers on relevant<br />

topics and the occasional outing<br />

for lunch or to visit a place of<br />

interest.<br />

Hillview School Cafeteria,<br />

Wilsons Rd, St Martins<br />

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō<br />

Friday, 10.30-11am<br />

Encourage learning through a<br />

love for stories. Storytimes is an<br />

interactive programme including<br />

stories, songs, rhymes and play.<br />

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Barrington St, and South Library,<br />

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Ahoy maties . . . get<br />

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71 Main South Rd,<br />

Sockburn<br />

Spreydon Social Games Club<br />

Saturday, 10am-noon<br />

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Minecraft Club<br />

Saturday, 2.30-3.30pm<br />

Get creative, start crafting.<br />

Build imaginative worlds<br />

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Minecraft Club. Join the<br />

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friends in your very own<br />

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we are looking for cleaners to join our<br />

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please email your application to csc@totalcanterbury.co.nz<br />

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full renovations<br />

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free quote, all building<br />

property maintenace ph 03<br />

383 1927or 027 245 5226<br />

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027 684 4046, email<br />

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Deadline Sale 19 Sept 20<strong>18</strong><br />

(if not sold prior)<br />

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ph 0800 874 745<br />

Licensed Agent REAA 2008<br />

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Trades & Services<br />

BUILDER<br />

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and integrity. Free Quotes.<br />

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027 2407416<br />

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25 Conway Street, Spreydon<br />

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Price $30 Allow 45 mins<br />

Home Visits available by appointment<br />

Therapist – Amanda<br />

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Ph. 942-6036 for an appointment<br />

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• Driveways<br />

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387-369<br />

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4311440.<br />

TRADESMAn PAInTER<br />

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coating prof. Cert rope &<br />

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Native PlaNts<br />

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What’s On<br />

Entertainment<br />

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Sixty years on and the club continues<br />

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access to the many great facilities on<br />

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Saturday evenings).<br />

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the SAS Club and potential new<br />

members are welcome to call in and<br />

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For more information, go to<br />

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facebook, call in at 269 Hills Rd, or<br />

phone them on 385 1632.<br />

Live music this Saturday with the<br />

DnD DUO from 7pm! Jojo and Mark<br />

play a bit of everything - Country,<br />

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Grab a bite at the Bistro and enjoy<br />

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What’s On<br />

TUESDAYS &<br />

THURSDAYS<br />

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UPSTAIRS<br />

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Sun, and Sunday Brunch<br />

from 10.30am to 2pm.<br />

PIERVIEW’S MONTH-END<br />

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET $25pp<br />

Sunday 30th Sept<br />

from 5.30pm BOOK NOW!<br />

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CLOSED THIS SATURDAY 22 SEPT<br />

DOWNSTAIRS<br />

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BISTRO ROAST<br />

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

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Bookings Essential PH 386 0088<br />

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MON: ROAST MEAL<br />

TUE: FISH & CHIPS<br />

WED: FISH BURGER<br />

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FRIDAY 28 SEPT, 7PM<br />

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MOLLY G; HAYLEY MONAGHAN; CAMERON WALSH<br />

IN THE DOWNSTAIRS WESTVIEW LOUNGE.<br />

DOOR SALES $20<br />

FAMILY FRIENDLY DINING<br />

OPEN<br />

EVERY DAY<br />

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DINNER<br />

Chalmers Restaurant<br />

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$22.50<br />

OPEN FROM 5.30PM<br />

Early Bird Special<br />

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PHONE 385 8880 FIND US ON FACEBOOK fb.com/GBCCHCH<br />

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD<br />

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132<br />

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

17 Carmen Rd | Hornby<br />

www.hornbywmc.co.nz<br />

Members, guests & affiliates welcome<br />

5-8PM SUNDAY NIGHTS<br />

MEMBERS, GUEST & AFFILIATES ALL WELCOME<br />

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


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