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with Les Mills

Teen has

Samoan

PM job

in sights

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

DALLINGTON’S Teresa Rodger

has taken the first step of one day

achieving her goal of becoming

Samoa’s Prime Minister.

The 18-year-old Marian

College student has been selected

as Christchurch East’s Youth MP

for the 2019 Youth Parliament.

Youth Parliament is held every

electoral term and is an opportunity

for young people to get a first-hand

experience of how Parliament operates.

Teresa (right) said the opportunity

is motivating for her to use her

voice as a young female Pasifika.

“Growing up as a minority I

believe it is really empowering,” she

said.

Christchurch East MP Poto

Williams said after approaching

schools and several youth groups,

Teresa was one of two candidates of

the “highest calibre” recommended

through Pacific Youth Leadership

and Transformation.

She said she interviewed Teresa

about what she could do

for the young people of the east

and what she thought an

opportunity like this would

mean for her.

•Turn to page 4

Accusation apology

East apologises over District

Plan tampering allegation

Page 3 Page 5

Bridge returns

The Medway St commemorative

structure has been installed

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Speed limit

lowered at

Prestons

subdivision

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

THE SPEED limit at Prestons

subdivision will drop to 40km/h.

It comes after the city council

ruled against a joint community

board’s decision to keep the

Prestons subdivision speed limit at

50km/h.

A recommendation was made

by the Coastal-Burwood and

Papanui-Innes Community

Boards to keep the speed limit

at 50km/h. It sparked conflict

around the city council table on

Thursday.

A report from city council

staff identified reducing the

speed limit to 40km/h was

appropriate.

The city council’s report

was generated to support the

objectives of the NZTA Speed

Management Guide 2016 and

overall vision of Safer Journeys:

Road Safety Strategy 2010-2020.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board deputy chairman Tim

Sintes said the surrounding area

has four different speed limits and

to make the speed limit 40km/h

would be “another big change.”

“Already the streets themselves

tend to make people drive at a

slower rate,” he said.

“You have got to enforce it

which could be a problem and the

feeling was it was unnecessary.”

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I PREDICT a bright future for Teresa

Rodger.

She’s the 18-year-old with the great

smile on our front page who has politics

on her mind.

She has been selected as Poto Williams

Youth MP for Christchurch East, and will be part of next year’s

Youth Parliament.

But she doesn’t have her eyes set on the Beehive.

Teresa has a life goal of becoming Samoa’s prime minister

one day.

Youth Parliament is an opportunity for her to use her voice

as a young female Pasifika, she says.

And in terms of other goals, Quintin Poole is about to realise

his (see page 11). He’s on the under-card for Joseph Parker’s

fight on December 15 and has lost a big chunk of weight to get

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Tuesday November 6 2018 3

News

East apologises for accusation

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

CITY COUNCILLOR David

East has apologised for

accusing the city council staff

of tampering with the city’s

District Plan.

His actions have been

supported by Christchurch

Coastal

Residents

United group.

CCRU deputy

chairman

Warwick

Schaffer said

David East

the issue wasn’t

so much one of

tampering, it

was that the panel wasn’t alerted

to the omission.

“Strictly speaking there was

no tampering of the plan and so

he was quite right to apologise

for that because it is not the case

but it is extremely unlikely staff

wouldn’t have noticed it was

there and they should have said

something to the panel.

“My perspective is good on

him for owning that and it will

be nice to see council admit

some similar kind of mistake on

their side as well,” Mr Schaffer

said.

He said it was an extremely

technical topic and from an

outsider looking in you would

naturally jump to the conclusion

there had been there had

been tampering.

“He always sort of said it

had been alleged,” Mr Schaffer

said.

Cr East’s apology came as city

councillors unanimously voted

to change the District Plan

to make it easier for residents

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Cr East previously called for

an independent inquiry into

an erased clause in the District

Plan.

His allegations has received

a flood of support over his

allegations the plan was

tampered with, which could

have seen him asked to resign as

a city councillor.

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Teen has

Samoan PM

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Subdivision speed limit lowered

job in sights •From page 1

•From page 1

“She is a political beast at the

end of the day but probably hadn’t

realised it,” Ms Williams said.

Teresa said she is hoping to use

her position to focus on mental

health issues, especially among

youth.

She said it is just about using

her role to express from a young

person’s point of view their angle

of life and why these issues are

coming about.

Next year Teresa will be going

to Canterbury University to study

political science as part of a Bachelor

of Arts.

“My ultimate life goal is, I don’t

know how realistic it is, is to

become Prime Minister of Samoa.

We will see how we go,” she said.

While Teresa was born in New

Zealand, her mother is Samoan

and she has travelled to the country

several times.

She has also enrolled in an Ara

Institute of Canterbury course next

year to strengthen her Samoan.

The 2019 Youth Parliament

will take place from March 1 to

August 31.

Ms Williams said Teresa will

also be attending events over the

summer as Youth MP and may

be attending some events on her

behalf.

Papanui-Innes Community

Board chairwoman Ali Jones

said the feeling from residents

was something that was being

done that didn’t need to be.

“The streets were perfectly

able to carry traffic at that

speed,” she said.

But an overwhelming majority

of city councillors were

against the

decision

and ruled in

favour of a

resolution

to lower the

speed limit to

40km/h.

Mike Davidson

City councillor

Mike

Davidson

said the resolution will make a

safer environment for a quiet

community consisting of many

families.

He questioned the board’s

reasoning not to lower the speed

limit as a result of the four different

speed zones outside the

subdivision.

City councillor Aaron Keown

was also supportive and said it

was a bit of an experiment in a

suburban area and he did not

think people would find it that

bad.

“A kid can run out from behind

a vehicle and hopefully you

will have more reaction time

because of this,” he said.

But city councillors David

East and Deon Swiggs voted

against the resolution.

Cr East said the city council

was relitigating the community’s

decisions and lowering

the speed limit was quite clearly

something the community

didn’t ask for.

“It seems nonsensical to enact

this provision in this subdivision,”

he said.

City councillor Deon Swiggs

SAFETY:

Speed

limits at the

Prestons

subdivision

will be

changed to

40km/h.

said he wanted to support the

community board that had been

on the ground.

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Tuesday November 6 2018 5

Sea lettuce likely cause

of Southshore smell

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

SOUTHSHORE residents are

having to shut their windows to

block out the smell coming from

the estuary.

Residents have noticed the

estuary has been smelling worse

than usual over the past month.

It is suspected the bad smell is

a cause of a build up in sea lettuce

– a type of green algae.

But an Environment Canterbury

Christchurch,

West

Melton, Banks

Peninsula zone

manager Steve

Firth said it

has not had

Tim Sintes

any complaints

about sea lettuce,

or odour,

so it hasn’t investigated.

Community Board deputy

chairman Tim Sintes said it is

obviously a build-up of sea lettuce.

“Unfortunately we went

through a winter without many

frosts. The frost normally knocks

back the sea lettuce

. . . we obviously need some big

tides to wash it out,” he said.

Mr Sintes said the issue does

SMELLY: It is suspected a build-up of sea lettuce is causing

the Southshore estuary to smell worse than usual.

tend to happen from time to time

depending on which way the

wind is blowing.

“Most times we have an easterly

which takes the smell away,”

he said.

Residents kicked up a storm on

the Southshore 8062 Facebook

page.

Comments included “Southshore

dream lol I have noticed

it driving down the road too,”

“this is next level stink” and

“have found I smell it inside even

with windows doors closed. This

time of year generally starts to

stink.”

Yoga Tights owner and resident

Sue Carbines said a lot of

locals have noticed the smell in

the past month and have had to

shut their windows.

She said the smell depends on

the sunlight.

“When we had all that hot

weather last month, it gets

hot and it cooks and it starts

breaking down and releasing.”

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

think the South Brighton

and Southshore estuary is

smelling more than usual?

Email your views to georgia.

oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

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structure has returned to Avonside. ​

Bridge returns

AN ICONIC section of a bridge

symbolising the impact of the

earthquakes on the east side of

the city has been returned to

Avonside.

The Medway St Bridge commemorative

structure has been

installed alongside Te Ara

Ōtākaro, the transitional Avon

River Trail.

The twisted footbridge was

damaged beyond repair in the

September 4, 2010, earthquake

and became a symbol of the

city’s damage.

The structure was placed just

north of the bridge’s original

location, on the Avonside side of

the river.

An opening ceremony of the

commemorative bridge structure

was held at the end of last

month.

Signs were also installed

detailing the history and

significance of the bridge, which

will be visible from the River

Rd platform that was installed

as part of the Dudley Creek

diversion.

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Nuturing the young for 167 years

The late US journalist

Herb Caen wrote: “A city

is not gauged by its length

and width but by the

broadness of its vision and

the height of its dreams.”

Caen might have been

writing of Christchurch,

as our visions for the new

city pay homage to the

dreams of the founders

while unleashing our own

dreams for a lofty future.

At the heart of the

city since those earliest

aspirational days when the

founders laid out the first

roads and planted the first

trees, St Michael’s has had

at its heart the vision and

dreams of our city and its

children.

Indeed, for 167 years,

St Michael’s has been

educating and nurturing

the visionaries and

dreamers who continue to

shape our city and step

out into the world beyond.

For our young pupils have

limitless potential to lead

exciting and generous

lives, and we have the

responsibility to educate and inspire

them, to encourage every child to

flourish, in mind, body and spirit.

St Michael’s is a prep school for girls

and boys in Years 1-8. Our classes are

small, fewer than 20 pupils, and our

specialist teachers ensure each child is

an individual, well known by staff and

fellow pupils alike. For at the heart of

St Michael’s are the essential values

of Christian faith and good citizenship:

respect, integrity, community, faith,

hope and love.

An independent school education

at the primary level is a great gift

and so traditional foundations in

Counting the beat, an exploration of rhythm. Year 1

and 2 Music.

English and Maths are assured. This

academic rigour then underpins our

wider curriculums in Science, History,

Geography and Spanish. IT literacy is

taught, not assumed, and computer

use is measured. We like teaching and

talking to our pupils!

A prep education offers balance.

St Michael’s cultural and sports’

programmes further develop each

child’s foundation, as creativity and

problem-solving come in many forms.

Specialist art and music classes are

enjoyed weekly. We have two choirs,

and most pupils play at least one

instrument or study speech and

drama with one of our nine

itinerant staff.

Located in the heart of

the city, on the banks of

the Avon and the new City

Promenade, our extended

campus is spectacular:

today, the Art Gallery;

tomorrow, the Gardens;

tennis later in Hagley Park.

A recent school survey

indicates that many of

our parents now work in

the thriving city centre,

or Lincoln and Riccarton

Road hubs but they live

city-wide. They comment

on the benefit of knowing

their children are in

school nearby and the

convenience of popping

in for an hour to catch

a performance or watch

a race. With the new

central exchange only a

block away, a number of

children arrive by bus from

all corners of the city.

Is your child one of 15

or 50? Is their classroom a

calm, productive learning

space or is the noise and

movement unceasing? How

much of the teacher’s attention does

your child actually receive? There is

an alternative.

You and your child are warmly

invited to discover for yourselves

our purposeful, wholehearted and

inclusive prep school. Our Open Day

is Tuesday, November 14, or contact

our registrar, Bec Hitchcock, for a

personal tour: 03 379 9790.

On the Alps2Ocean cycle trail as part of the

Year 7 and 8 Mt Cook Camp.

On the go! School Athletic Sports at Christ’s

College.

Cracking good fun! The school’s annual

Holiday Programme.

St Michael’s

Your school at the heart of the city since 1851

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Traditional classrooms;

academic rigour

✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Before & after school care:

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✓ Cental city location,

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In tune: St Michael’s pupils perform at the Christchurch Schools’

Music Festival, earlier this term.

Open Day: Tuesday 14 November

www.saintmichaels.school.nz 249 Durham Street 379 9790


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Tuesday November 6 2018 7

News

Local

News

Now

Extra funding for community groups

Fire rages, homes at risk

CITY COMMUNITY groups

will receive an increased amount

of funding this year from

Christchurch Casinos Charitable

Trust annual grants distribution.

A total of $186,500 in grants

was announced last week at the

CCCT grants presentation.

Since it was established 23

years ago in 1995 Christchurch

Casinos Charitable Trust has

given a total of $4,092,250 in

grants to support community

groups working to support

and educate for prevention

of compulsive and addictive

problems.

CCCT chairwoman Lady

Karen Hadlee said funds were

distributed to an increased

number of 35 agencies this year

working in areas of community

support, education and youth,

telephone and other counselling,

sexual abuse agencies, refugee

centres and prison-related

charities.

“Recipients of funding are

achieving positive results of

significant change for individuals

and families impacted by

addictive behaviour, including

gambling,” she said.

The 35 agencies receiving

funding are all fully engaged

in community services support

work and making an important

difference through their commitment

and diverse projects,

Lady Hadlee said.

Through a long-term

commitment the CCCT has

exceeded $4 million in total

funding for Canterbury

community support groups.

Donations were presented to

recipients comprising of:

Church agencies

Christchurch City Mission –

$12,500

Christchurch Apostolic Trust

– $4000

Enrich Community Chaplaincy

Trust – $3000

Total – $19,500

Community support

agencies

Age Concern Canterbury

Incorporated – $10,000

Aviva (incorporating Christchurch

Women’s Refuge) Charitable

Trust – $8000

Battered Women’s Trust –

$4000

Canterbury Men’s Centre –

$8000

Home and Family Society

Christchurch – $8000

Kingdom Resources Ltd –

Karen

Hadlee

$8000

Birthright Canterbury Trust –

$2000

NZ Council of Victim Supports

Group Inc – $2000

Shakti Ethnic Women’s Support

Group Christchurch Incorporated

– $6000

Tenants Protection Association

(ChCh) Incorporated – $6000

Stopping Violence Services

(Christchurch) Incorporated –

$3000

West Christchurch Women’s

Refuge Society Incorporated –

$8000

The Order of St John South

Island Region – $5000

YMCA Christchurch Inc:

$5000

Citizens Advice Bureau –

$3000

Total – $86,000

Education and youth

agencies

Big Brothers Big Sisters of

Christchurch – $5000

Cholmondeley Children’s

Centre – $8000

Christchurch Children’s Holiday

Camps Trust – $5000

180 Degrees Trust – $3000

Korowai Youth Well-Being

Trust – $8000

Life Education Trust Canterbury

– $4000

Life Education Trust Mid and

South Canterbury – $2000

Opawaho Trust – $2000

Spirit of Adventure Trust –

$5000

Cross Over Trust – $3000

K2 Youth Development Trust

– $2000

Total – $47,000

Sexual and child abuse

and prison-related charities

Project Esther Trust – $10,000

Pillars Incorporated – $8000

Total – $18,000

Telephone and other

counselling

Caroline House – $5000

Lifeline Foundation Charitable

Trust – $5000

Youthline Central South Island

– $3000

Petersgate Counselling Centre

– $3000

Total – $16,000

Turning arrow unlikely for intersection

• By Georgia O’Connor-

Harding

A RIGHT turning arrow

is unlikely to be installed

at a busy intersection in

Shirley in spite of concerns

it is inconsistent with other

intersections in the area.

The city council has no

plans to install a green arrow

for vehicles turning from

Marshland Rd into Lake Terrace

Rd.

City council transport

operations manager Steffan

Thomas said the intersection

has not had an arrow installed

as the vehicle movement

ranks lower than other intersections

in the city.

It is also due to a lack of

specific right-turn crashes.

It comes after concerns were

raised by Disabled Persons

Assembly Christchurch and

Districts president Philip

Haythornthwaite requested a

right turn arrow be installed.

This is so it could work in

conjunction with the arrow already

installed for southbound

traffic turning right from

Marshland Rd to Briggs Rd.

He described the intersection

as “totally inconsistent”

with the layout of the QE II

Drive- Marshland Rd and

Shirley Rd, North Pde, New

Brighton Rd and Marshland

Rd intersections.

“If you travel up Marshland

Rd and even from Stanmore

Rd up to QE II, you have

beautifully new up to date

sets of controlled traffic

lights which give you arrows

and everything . . . with the

exception the Lake Terrace,

Marshland Rd intersection,”

he said.

Mr Haythornthwaite’s key

concern was in order for a

successful public transportation

system an easy right turn

option was essential.

The route 60 bus which runs

from Southshore to Wigram

also runs through the intersection.

Mr Haythornthwaite is a

frequent user of the bus route.

“The important thing they

are missing is, it is a major bus

route. People like me want it

to run efficiently and smoothly

and that it would encourage

people to use them,” he said.

The city council has a

programme that consists of

installing up to five right turn

arrows per year.

Locations are prioritised on

factors including specific right

turn crashes at an intersection

and the volume of right

turning vehicles.

NEED: A call has been made for a right

turning green arrow to be installed for

traffic travelling from Marshland Rd into

Lake Terrace Rd.


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KIND

GESTURE:

Banks Avenue

School made

a heartfelt

gesture last

week to

acknowledge

the work of

emergency

services in the

community. ​

Banks Avenue pupils’

special message to

emergency workers

BANKS AVENUE School

has sent a special message

to acknowledge the work of

emergency services in the

community.

About 400 pupils filled the

school library to give their

messages to emergency workers

and others involved in postaccident

care and recovery.

Fire and Emergency New

Zealand staff and Anzac Fire

Station firefighters were in

attendance.

It comes as the Road Traffic

Trauma Charitable Trust hosted

its third annual Road Accident

Remembrance Day in North

Hagley Park on Saturday.

“Children often have very

heartfelt messages and this is

an opportunity for the students

to share it with the emergency

services in their own special

way,” trust founder Sarah Dean

said. Pupil Tessa Stewart’s father

Michael is a member of the

Banks Avenue School board of

trustees and a firefighter.

“To you this man is a hero, but

to me, he is my dad and he’s a

superhero,” Tessa said.

Principal Toni Burnside said

the school’s values are based on

‘heart’ values. ‘H’ is for hauora,

which is ‘holistic well-being’; ‘E’

is for ‘excellence’; ‘A’ is for ‘aroha’;

‘R’ is for ‘respect’; and ‘T’ is for

‘togetherness’.

Year 4-6 teacher Jan

Thompson said it is important

the pupils have a local, national

and global perspective.

“Through looking beyond

their own community they

realise they are part of something

bigger and they understand the

benefits of giving and develop an

appreciation for this,” she

said.

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Hillary badges presented to

high-achievers at Queenspark

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

QUEENSPARK Primary

School pupils have celebrated

their success in and out of the

classroom.

Year 7 and 8 pupils were

presented with gold Hillary

badges for a range of leadership,

cultural, sporting and the

academic achievements last week.

The badges are part of the Duke

of Edinburgh’s Hillary Awards.

School team leader Kylie

Murcott said the initiative helped

the pupils become well-rounded

and take part the opportunities

the school offers.

Each time a pupil takes part in

a different school activity, they

will earn points to go towards

their badges.

To achieve a bronze badge, the

pupils needed 30 points, 45 for

silver and 60 for gold.

“It is all about setting some

goals, reaching them, and being

an all-round member at our

school,” Miss Murcott said.

Activities the pupils can earn

points from include Cantamath,

kapa haka, choir, being a house

leader or representing the student

council.

“We have got . . . jobs around

our school community, such as

being in the green team, which is

our conservation team,” she said.

Miss Murcott said the school

has opportunities for pupils to

step up and do jobs around the

school.

SCHOOLS

TRIUMPH: Year 8 pupils Zoe, Alanah, Caleb, Brooke and Jade

were awarded their second gold Hillary badges.

BIG ACHIEVEMENT: Year 7 pupils

Lauchlan, Saissha, Aimee and Joel

received their first gold Hillary awards.

(Right) – Year 8 pupil Nekera with her

gold Hillary badge.

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• By Jacob Page

SHIRLEY BOXER Quintin

Poole’s motivation to be on

Joseph Parker’s under-card next

month goes far beyond winning

a bout.

A year ago, the 36-year-old

father of three was 170kg and he

knew things needed to change.

“When you’re coaching your

son’s junior rugby team and you

can’t keep up with him, it makes

you do a little self-reflection.”

Having lost 30kg and

competed in four previous

corporate bouts, Poole, a

plasterer by trade, is aiming to

be at 135kg for his bout against

Lincoln roofer Bjorn Horrack at

Horncastle Arena on December

15.

“At 170kg I knew I had to do

something to improve my life

and while I was enjoying boxing

training, doing it alone wasn’t

necessarily doing it for me,” he

said.

“My first fight was way harder

than I ever thought,” he said.

“Three 2min rounds doesn’t

sound long, but I went out hard

in the first and by the end, I was

definitely wondering when that

PHOTO: LIZ POOLE

WEIGHT LOSS: Quintin Poole (left) weighed more than 170kg when he

decided to try corporate boxing for the first time 12 months ago.

(Right) – He has lost about 30kg ahead of his bout on December 15.

bell was going to go,”

Poole said his

inspiration was the

Kiwi boxer dubbed

‘The Brown Butterbean’

David Letele.

“He went on a similar

weight loss journey to

me and really my dream

is to step in the ring with

him,” he said.

Poole said he respected

Horrack’s credentials and

willingness to get in the ring.

“Full credit to Bjorn for taking

the fight because he’ll be giving

up a lot of weight to me, but I

SPORTS

Shirley boxer drops 30kg for big fight

David Letele

know he’ll be prepared.

Poole said the

opportunity to fight on

such a stacked card was

too good to pass up.

“There is a mix

of pressure and

excitement,” he said.

“Obviously, it’s a big

stage and we’ll want to

put on a good fight to

get the crowd into the night.

“I don’t think there’s too many

people who would turn down a

chance like this so it’s well worth

the eight weeks of training camp

for six weeks of fun.”

Wheelchairs

to help

disabled

swimmers

at QE II

AN INNOVATIVE and unique

wheelchair design that helps

disabled swimmers get in and out

of the pool is now available at the

Taiora QE II Recreation and Sport

Centre.

The chairs are a collaboration

between the city council and

Christchurch engineering

company, Dynamic Composites,

which designed the steering

wheel for Team New Zealand’s

successful America’s Cup yacht

and a hi-tech bike for Olympic

cyclist Sarah Ulmer.

City council staff asked the

company to help after a mother

said she found it difficult to take

her son swimming because the

current wheelchairs didn’t meet

his needs.

City council recreation and

sport activities and events

manager Martin McGregor

said the new chairs were a vast

improvement because they’re

more durable than the older

models and easier to service.

They also have rubber wheels

so they don’t need to be regularly

pumped up. The new wet

wheelchairs will gradually replace

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Tuesday November 6 2018 13

HONOURED:

Hana Kakoi with

SPORTS

her president of

the year award.

(Left) – Some of

the silverware

the Linwood

Keas won at

the Canterbury

Rugby League

awards. PHOTO:

LINWOOD

KEAS

Parkview pupil with

Crohn’s disease tops

off year with medal

• By Jacob Page

PARKVIEW PRIMARY School

pupil Brooklyn Neale took out

bronze at the New Zealand

Judo Championships at Pioneer

Recreation and Sport Centre.

Brooklyn suffers from Crohn’s

disease, but it didn’t stop him

from having a successful season

leading up to the national

championships.

After winning junior judo titles

at the local and regional level this

year, he earned a bronze in his

final year in the junior category

for competitors aged seven to 10.

The 10-year-old, who lives in

Parklands, often competes during

bouts of Crohn’s disease, a bowel

disease that causes pain and

discomfort throughout his body.

The national champs was another

one of those days.

Brooklyn was diagnosed at the

age of three after nine months of

feeling unwell.

He has previously won the open

championship at the Canterbury

Open, Central Districts Open,

Auckland International Open and

the South Island championships

at Nelson in September.

Brooklyn’s Mum Andrea said

BRONZE: Parkview Primary

School’s Brooklyn Neale with

the bronze medal he won

at the New Zealand Judo

Championships.

PHOTO: NEALE FAMILY

she was delighted Brooklyn

was able to get a medal at the

event after all his hard work and

dedication.

Keas president

keeps winning

momentum

• By Jacob Page

LINWOOD KEAS president

Hana Kakoi is adamant the

club’s 106th season will be just

as good as their 105th.

The 28-year-old, first-year

president has seen the club’s

men’s and women’s premier

teams win their respective competitions.

The club won the Poore Cup

at the Canterbury Rugby League

awards, as it was the most

consistent club to make finals

appearances across all grades

this year.

Mrs Kakoi was also named

club president of the year at the

awards night.

“We’ve certainly created history

in a lot of areas this year

but a lot of that comes from the

hard work of our coaches and

volunteers,” she said. “For our

premier women to win their first

ever title and the men to win it

three years in a row for the first

time was amazing.”

She said the club had 350

members as well as 70 volunteers

who give up their time in a

coaching, training or management

capacity each season.

Mrs Kakoi said premier men’s

coach Andrew Auimatagi’s ‘big

brother’ initiative, which saw a

senior player assigned to one of

the 15 junior teams, had been a

big plus in 2018.

“We’re so fortunate to have

Andrew at our club,” she said.

“His work ethic is amazing

and, in fact, he’s already messaged

me saying that he’s bored

already, so he’ll be using the

off-season to plan for 2019.”

Mrs Kakoi has been part of

the Keas for the past five seasons

and is the first woman to be

president.

“To win (president of the year)

was quite unexpected but a huge

honour.” She said with games

moving to Nga Puna Wai next

year, she expected the facility

would allow club’s to hold on to

their junior players for longer.

“The issue at the junior level

has been finding parks for them

to play at on a Friday and Monday

night that had lights, so going

to Nga Puna Wai and having

one location will make things a

lot easier.”

She said the club was keen to

strengthen its governance to

ensure the Keas continued to

build on a stellar season.


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Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

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. No charge.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Storytimes/Wā Kōrero

Tuesday, 10.30–11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and

play. This is a free session.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde, New Brighton and

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland Rd

(by the Palms Mall)

Scrabble Club

Tuesday, 1.30-2.30pm at Parklands

and Wednesday at Shirley

Enjoy Scrabble? Go along to

the library for a friendly game or

two with other like-minded folk.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive and Shirley

Library, 36 Marshland Rd (by the

Palms Mall)

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Designed to provide a relaxed,

non-threatening atmosphere

which encourages children to

practise their reading skills and

develop a love of reading. The

programme uses dogs who are

pets of the city council’s animal

management team. These furry

friends have all been trained

and tested for health, safety

and temperament. The dogs

can increase a child’s relaxation

while reading, listen attentively,

do not laugh, judge or criticise

and allow children to proceed at

their own pace. Library staff and

a dog handler will be present at

all times to help facilitate the sessions.

Sessions are 15min.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms Mall)

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30–4.30pm

Rocket Club is a weekly afterschool

program which runs

during term time. All family are

welcome to join the club and

become involved in different

activities based on local and

current events in a fun learning

environment. Homework help is

available during this time. Free

and no bookings required.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

Parklands Book Club

Wednesday, 11am–noon

GOOD TIMES: Do you like knitting in company? Go along to knit and natter in a relaxed and

friendly environment. The session will be held on Monday from 10.30-11.30am at Parklands

Library, 46 Queenspark Drive. ​

Love sharing your favourite

reads and discovering your next

one? Go and join other book lovers

in a friendly, relaxed library

environment. No bookings

required.

Parklands Library, 46

Queenspark Drive

CV Drop-in

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their resume. You will be

offered guidance on creating,

updating, and editing your CV.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Women’s Bible Reading

Group

Thursday, 10-11.30am

Go along to the Women’s Bible

Reading Group. For information

phone Elissa on 021 023 65910.

Located at the Small Room at

the Aranui Wainoni Community

Centre, 31 Hampshire St

New Brighton and Shirley

Library Book Discussion

Groups

Thursday, 10– noon at New

Brighton and Thursday 6-7pm at

Shirley

For those who love

reading and want to share

in discussion with other

friendly book lovers. The

group subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde and Shirley Library,

36 Marshland Rd (by the Palms

Mall)

Shirley Library’s Culture

Exchange

Thursday, 3.30pm–4.30pm

Shirley Library’s Culture

Exchange is a friendly, relaxed

group, where you can make new

friends, practice English and

learn about the city and New

Zealand. Free weekly meetings.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland Rd

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held in the Brighton Mall

every Saturday just across the

road from the beach and the new

children’s playground.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall,

cnr Marine Pde and Beresford St

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New Brighton

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Christmas gifts with the

personal touch

Those looking for Christmas presents

with a difference this year will delight in the

selection of personalised gift ideas available

at Frame n Copy.

With Christmas rapidly approaching, now

is the time to start thinking about presents

for family and friends.

“We offer a huge range of personalised gift

ideas, starting from just $7 for a personalised

key ring through to a canvas print starting

from $95,” owner Anne Williamson says.

“Bring in a family photo, a child’s drawing,

or your favourite picture and we can make it

into anything from a personalised calendar,

key ring, T-shirt, mouse pad, poster, or

custom framed artwork.

“Alternatively, we can print the image onto

canvas and frame it so it’s all ready to hang

on the wall. It’s a great gift idea for those

‘hard to buy for’ grandparents.”

As well as offering a wide range of gift

ideas, Frame n Copy is the place to go for

all your printing requirements, at very

competitive prices.

“We do everything from designing

and printing personalised cards, flyers,

invitations and business cards right through

to window or vehicle signage, private sale

real estate, we can add a Christmas theme

to any of these things either existing or new.

Because we are digital printers – we can do

small runs of anything to add in that festive

touch for the season,” Anne says.

If a job change is on the agenda for the

New Year, Frame n Copy can update or

create a new CV and bind it for perfect

presentation. Building or landscaping plans

can also be printed in black and white up to

AO size (1189x841mm).

Frame n Copy can photocopy, enlarge or

print almost anything from disk, memory

stick or email as well as laminate in either a

gloss or matte finish.

“We are a friendly, efficient and

competitively priced, one-stop print and

framing shop – and we offer plenty of

parking right at the door.”

Frame n Copy is located at the corner

of Keyes and Bowhill Roads in North

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Cnr Keyes & Bowhill Rd

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Design & Print

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huge selection

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Barnabas Books

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The best

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With a drink purchase on Monday nights

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Ph: 388 1566

Tuesday quiz nights

Wednesday karaoke

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What can New Brighton’s own

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Quality clothing at very

low prices always in stock

Anyone wanting good-quality secondhand

clothing at exceptionally low prices

will find it at Finders Keepers in New

Brighton.

Centrally located in New Brighton Mall,

the store stocks quality clothing for men,

women and children, with 90 per cent of the

stock priced at $5 or less, and 15 per cent

priced at just $1. There are also designer

labels priced from just $10 to $20, and a

small selection of vintage clothing.

Business owner Brian started selling the

clothing at the Saturday market, but with

a growing customer demand and an everincreasing

amount of stock, he needed to

find a larger and more permanent space. He

moved into the co-operative premises at 105

New Brighton Mall 18 months ago, where

he continues with his business philosophy,

which is simply, “sell it cheap”. As he

points out, “This is not a charity, it’s a

business.”

The stock is bought wholesale or

donated, and Brian is always happy to

accept clean clothing in good condition

to sell to his customers. A portion of the

profits is donated to the Home & Family

charity organisation.

Finders Keepers is open seven days a

week. The hours are Monday to Friday

10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm and

Sunday 10am-3pm.

There is always new stock

arriving, so keep checking it

out at 105 New Brighton Mall.

What’s on...

Saturday 10 November

Rockabilly Show and Shine

(New Brighton Seaside Market

will be at the show)

10am to 3pm. Rawhiti Domain

Saturday 17 November

New Brighton Seaside Market ,

10am to 2pm Pedestrian Mall,

cnr of Marine Pde and Beresford St

Saturday 24 November

New Brighton Seaside Market ,

10am to 2pm Pedestrian Mall,

cnr of Marine Pde and Beresford St

Saturday 1 December

New Brighton Seaside Market ,

10am to 2pm Pedestrian Mall,

cnr of Marine Pde and Beresford St

Saturday 8 December

Christmas Parade and Concert.

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SENIOR LIVING

Aspire

Canterbury

Enjoy a village

with heart

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Aspire Canterbury offers support,

advice and resources to people with

mobility issues and impairments.

Removing barriers to everyday living

for individuals, Aspire Canterbury

inspires people to live life to the fullest

no matter what their difficulties. The

Disability Information Service is a source

of valuable information about the various

services available to people with short or

long term impairments, to individuals

and professionals from community

organisations.

Visit Aspire Canterbury’s shop at 314

Worcester Street Aspire or their online

shop selling a wide selection of easier

living aids, They also hire out wheelchairs,

ramps, walkers, crutches. Check out their

online Community Services Directory

which contains contact details of over 300

Canterbury support organisations.

Aspire also has a mobile service which

is available for free fun, interactive

presentations of all their equipment and

services to retirement homes/villages and

any other community groups wanting a

speaker. Call Kylie Taylor on 022 676 5851

or email for a booking.

McKenzie Lifestyle Village started from

humble beginnings on 12 acres of farm

land growing to an impressive modern

architecturally designed development in a

short space of time.

Offering Independent Living for the over

55yr across 113 Villas, you can secure

your future lifestyle here. Choosing from

a collection of 2 bedrooms / single garage

through to 3 bedrooms / ensuite / Spacious

Living Dining / Double Garage. 2019 will

see further developments in the form of

Assisted Care Units and 2 bedroom Terraced

Houses situated close to all the amenities

of the Leisure Centre. The hub of

village life the Leisure Centre offers everything

from Indoor Swimming Pool / Spa,

gymnasium, Hair Salon, Treatment Room

(Podiatrist/ Nurse /Massage Therapist),

Craft Room, Lounge and a well-stocked

library of some 2,000 books and dvds.

Enjoy the picturesque outdoors in the

generous seating surrounding the Bowling

Green, Petanque, Mini Golf, Table Bowls,

Croquet and Putting Green. If that wasn’t

enough to fill your day, their activities

calendar boasts daily/monthly events from

concerts, lunch outings, shopping Trips,

Housie, Line Dancing and Qigong to name

just a few.

The village team will see to a villa maintenance

plan attending to exterior window

and gutter cleaning alongside the team of

gardeners caring for the delightful grounds

and lawns. They’ll do the everyday tasks,

so you can get on with enjoying the day.

To see if McKenzie Lifestyle Village is

right for you, pop in or call Hayley Grant

on 0800 845524.

Support and Resources for Independent Living

walkers to

purchase

(FroM $230)

or hire

$20

per week

Physical Address:

314 Worcester Street

Linwood Christchurch

2015 NZ Disability

Information Centre

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Can we help you or someone you support?

Disability Information Service – a ‘one stop

information service’ which offers unbiased

advice to assist people navigate their way to

organisations or services that can provide them

with support or advice.

Aspire Canterbury Shop – shop online or call in

to our shop at 314 Worcester Street and view our

range of easier living products We also hire out

wheelchairs, ramps and walkers.

Total Mobility Discounted Taxi Service – a scheme

which provides 50% discounts on taxi journeys to

eligible people in the Christchurch area who, due

to health conditions, are unable to access public

transport. Contact us for more information on

03 366 9093 or visit our website.

Mobile Service – Fun interactive

presentations of our information,

services and easier living equipment.

We come to you!

Call Kylie Taylor on 022 676 5851 or email

mobileservices@aspirecanterbury.org.nz

Aspire Canterbury is a not-for-profit organisation

providing services to the community since 1981

Postal Address:

PO Box 32074

Christchurch 8147

Ph: 03 366 6189

Freephone: 0800 347 242

Ph: (Total Mobility) 03 366 9093

E: admin@aspirecanterbury.org.nz

W: www.aspirecanterbury.org.nz

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SENIOR LIVING

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REAL ESTATE

Light-filled living: Brand-new executive home

24C Mansfield Avenue, Merivale

Auction: Thursday, 22nd November 2018 – unless sold prior

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 4 toilets | 2 living rooms | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | 2 off-street parks | Listing Number PI56252

This beautifully polished new home

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Perfected for contemporary lifestyles,

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