Southern View: November 06, 2018

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Stolen again

Widow loses urns for the

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Footpath likely

Steps taken to resolve

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• By Sophie Cornish

KATIE TEMPLE never thought

her job as a road-patroller would

lead her to creating inspiring

artwork.

The 10-year-old is the youngest

ever winner of the junior section

of this year’s SCAPE Public Art

Re:Activate competition.

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UP AND COMING ARTIST: Katie Temple’s artwork can be see in Hagley Park as she is the winner of the junior section of the

SCAPE public art competition.

Combining road patrol with a love of art

Her art piece titled Changing

Pathways features two signs,

one with ‘go’ and one with

‘stop.’

The inspiration for the signs

came from Katie’s role as a roadpatroller

at Thorrington Primary

School.

Both sides of the ‘lollipop’ Katie

carries as she helps children

cross the road safely has a different

message on it.

“On one side of the road patrol

sign it says ‘thanks for stopping’

and on the other side it says,

‘have a nice day’. So that’s where

I got the idea of using signs.” she

said.

Katie wanted her signs to relate

to our everyday choices and

to highlight that every day, we

have a choice to do the right or

wrong thing.

On the ‘go’ sign, it features

ideas such as planting trees,

walking and biking. The ‘stop’

sign mentions topics such as

animal cruelty and wasting

water.

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David East

apologises

over

District Plan

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 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.

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THERE’S A lot of pieces of the proverbial

about as we highlight on page 3.

I’m referring to the so-and-sos who have

stolen Jill Walker’s two urns again.

They were restored by her late husband

and have great sentimental value.

They were stolen in June as we have previously reported, and

found by police and returned to her.

Now they have been taken from her Woolston property again.

That’s a very low blow.

So, if you know where these urns are and would like to make

Jill’s day, call our reporter Anan Zaki on 021 911 576.

You can also ring the police on 363 7400, or make an

anonymous call to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Safety issues at golf course

City council staff are investigating ways to prevent walkers being

hit by balls near the Ferrymead Golf course.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

SLIP SLIDIN’ AWAY: A bus slid

over a traffic island and became

stuck in a fence on October

29. Police were called to the

crash at the intersection of

Hackthorne and Dyers Pass Rds

in Cashmere around 3.30pm.

No injuries were reported and

the road was reopened about

4.20pm. A police spokeswoman

said the commercial vehicle

safety team has been advised

and inquiries into the incident

are ongoing.

Widow’s urns stolen again

• By Anan Zaki

“I don’t think I’ve got any show landscaper arrived, the urns were

of getting them back again,” Mrs gone.

A WOOLSTON widow is

“gutted” after her copper urns

were stolen again.

Retired nurse Jill Walker’s two

urns were only

returned to her

in August after

they were stolen

in June.

To her

disbelief, the

urns were

Walker said.

“I am so sad and upset. I’ve

just made a lovely paved area just

to put those copper pots on,” she

said.

Mrs Walker suspected the

burglars targeted her house

knowing what was inside.

“My house is a long way down

the driveway. And I’ve been

absolutely vigilant about keeping

the gate locked,” she said.

“I’m whipping myself around

the ears for doing that [unlocking

the gate] but for God’s sake, you

should be able to leave your gate

unlocked when you’re home,” she

said.

Mrs Walker pleaded for anyone

with information to come

forward.

Police say they haven’t

established any connection to the

previous burglary.

Jill Walker

stolen again on Mrs Walker suspected the There are no suspects at this

October 26. burglars waited for her to unlock stage.

The urns were restored by Mrs the gate at 8am.

•Phone police on 363 7400, SENTIMENTAL: The copper

Walker’s late husband of 43 years, She unlocked the gate for a or make an anonymous call urns, which have been stolen

Barry Walker.

landscaper to enter her garden. to Crimestoppers on 0800 a second time, were restored

They served as a reminder of But after Mrs Walker went back 555 111. Quote file number by Jill Walker’s late husband

Mr Walker.

inside the house and before the 181026/7369

Barry Walker.

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Blenheim Rd in Middleton will

have no U-turn restrictions.

The restriction will be installed

in about four weeks. Main

South Rd will get two no-right

turn and U-turn restrictions.

The board voted restrictions

be placed at the road’s two

intersections with Harvard Ave

and Green Lane. The board

also requested staff look at a

right turn bay near Harvard

Ave.

SPEED LIMITS CONFIRMED

Reduced speed limits in

Templeton have been

given the green light.

The Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton Community Board

last week voted to implement

the city council

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Combining

school road

patrol with a

love of art

•From page 1

Katie’s mother Kimala Temple

admits Katie has been “quietly

excited” by all the comments on her

artwork and how far her message

has gone.

“During SCAPE’s grand opening,

a professor from Massey University

told Katie that her artwork was

inspiring and some of the best she

had seen. She took photos to show

her students,” she said.

“Katie was rather thrilled to sit

and watch last time at the number

of people taking photos on their

walks.”

The budding artist attends weekly

art classes with her teacher Ira

Mitchell, who encouraged her to

enter the competition.

SCAPE spokeswoman Carolyne

Grant said Katie is the youngest

winner they have ever had in the

competition, which offers the opportunity

for local and emerging

artists to have their artwork produced

on a large scale.

“Katie is excited to have her

artwork in Hagley Park, to get

attention and provoke thoughts on

all the subjects especially around

the environment, people and

animals of the world,” she said.

Woman hit by golf ball; call for signs

• By Julia Evans

THE CITY council is

investigating ways to stop people

being hit by golf balls on a

Ferrymead walking track.

It comes after a woman was hit

by wayward ball from the Ferrymead

Golf course and taken

to hospital on October 13.

Head of

parks Andrew

Rutledge said:

“Staff have spoken

to the club

regarding the

incident and are

Sara

Templeton

considering options

to reduce

the likelihood

of a similar

incident occurring again.”

Heathcote Ward city councillor

Sara Templeton said it was a

“serious” issue.

She was contacted by the

mother of the woman involved

who wants warning signage

installed.

“I have put in a request

through the normal city council

processes, but also raised it at

the board meeting in case others

had heard about the incident

and to let them know that I’d

started the process,” she said.

Cr Templeton raised the issue

and called for signs to be

PROXIMITY: City council staff are investigating ways to prevent walkers being hit by balls near

the Ferrymead Golf course after a woman was hit recently.

installed at the last Linwood-

Central-Heathcote Community

Board meeting.

But said she would be

following up with city council

staff.

“It’s a popular track which

winds along the lower reaches of

the Opawaho Heathcote River

from near Ferrymead Park, past

Ferrymead Golf and Calder

Green Reserve,” she said.

She said there were lots of

people walking with dogs or riding

bikes.

Ferrymead Golf owner Carl

Lawson said it’s the first time in

the 11 years he’s been there that

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someone has been hit.

However, he said there are

already signs warning of a golf

course and it wouldn’t hurt

the city council to install some

warning of balls.

“It’s bloody awful that she got

hit, it would be nice if they put

some signs up,” he said.

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• By Matt Salmons

RICHMOND HILL residents

say positive steps have been

made towards resolving safety

concerns in their area.

An increase in traffic on

Richmond Hill Rd due to

development forced residents

to raise concerns with the city

council, calling for more safety

measures beyond the new

40km/h speed restriction.

Last week the city council

said a sought-after footpath

could be added during planned

resurfacing works next year.

This comes after council staff

met with residents over the issue

on October 24.

Resident Kathy Duncan said

that was a “step in the right

direction.”

“We feel really positive and

hopeful that the footpath will be

done next year.”

The lack of a footpath on

a 300m section of the road

between the top corner and

Cecil Wood Way forced

pedestrians and cyclists to

share the narrow road with

trucks and cars.

City council transport planning

and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said that section of

Richmond Hill Rd was due for

resurfacing in the next financial

year.

“Staff have said it would be

best to treat this work as one project

and replace the broken kerb

and channel . . . at the same time

as forming the missing footpath

section.”

Ms Ellis said there was no

budget for a footpath so the best

option was for staff to apply for

funding next year.

“Staff would need to review

the plans and associated costs

and an application for additional

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Footpath likely for Richmond Hill residents

DANGER: Residents walking up Richmond Hill Rd.

Fire rages, homes at risk

capital funds would need to be

considered as part of the Annual

Plan review for the 2019/20

financial year.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member

Darrell Latham said he was

“thrilled” that residents’ concerns

had been acknowledged.

Completing the footpath and

the resurfacing work simultaneously

would “save the ratepayer

valuable money in the long run,”

he said.

“It will also minimise future

ongoing disruption for residents.

Safety has to be of paramount

importance.’’

Mrs Duncan said safety

concerns would remain a “daily

issue” until the footpath was

installed, but residents were

“thinking pragmatically” in the

interest of working together with

the city council.

“Obviously we’d like it done

urgently, but at the same time we

have to work with what can be

done,” she said.

Residents would continue to

communicate the risk “as best as

possible” to drivers.

“You can’t stop people driving

on the hill and the risk is there

because there’s no room for

error.”

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News

David East

apologises for

accusation

•From page 1

Cr East’s apology came as

city councillors unanimously

voted to change the District

Plan to make it easier for

residents living in the High

Flood Hazard Management

Area to get resource

consent.

Without the discretionary

rule known

as the enable

clause, residents

were finding

it almost

impossible to

build or extend

David East

their properties

within the

HFHMA.

The proposed alteration

will be sent to Christchurch

Regeneration Minister Megan

Woods to put before the public

before signing off.

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.

Pupils can watch buildings fall

• By Matt Salmons

DEMOLITION OF the old

Redcliffs School buildings

on Main Rd is expected to be

finished in two weeks.

Work began on site almost two

weeks ago.

Principal Rose McInerney said

Scope Group contractors have

demolished the hall and were

removing asbestos.

“The kids are really interested

in it and they’re keeping an

eye on it because they live close

by.”

She said pupils would be allowed

on site on November 13 to

see the “biggest, most dramatic

parts” get demolished.

“It’s really cool the kids can be

involved,” she said.

Meanwhile, the Workforce

and Education Select Committee

continues its investigation into

the Friends of Redcliffs Park’s

fight to return the school to the

Main Rd site.

Group member Chris Doudney

said it was “very sad” the

old school buildings were being

demolished.

He said the committee had

received evidence from the

Ministry of Education and the

Friends of Redcliffs Park had

recently sent a response to that.

Once the committee had

completed its investigation, it

would give a recommendation

to Parliament. There was no

set time line for how long that

process could take.

Once that recommendation

was given, the Government

would have 60 days to respond

as to whether it would take any

action.

“I think it’s very unfortunate

that the Ministry has gone on

with the demolition without

waiting for the select committee’s

recommendation,” Mr Doudney

said.

Mrs McInerney said the demolition

would resonate most with

the school’s final year group,

as they had been new entrants

during the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

She said the demolition of

the hall was an especially

emotional time because it had

been half-owned by the school

community.

DEMOLISHED:

Contractors

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the demolition

of the former

Redcliffs

School hall.

The school had tried to have

the hall moved to the new school

site in Redcliffs Park, but due to

its proximity to the cliffs, it was

deemed too dangerous.

“But it’s also great because

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Butcher up for ‘Olympic’ challenge

A BUTCHER at New World

Ferry Road has been selected once

again to represent New Zealand in

an event known as the Olympics

of Butchery.

Jeremy Garth, who is butchery

manager at the Woolston supermarket,

was this week named

among the seven butchers who

will make up the New Zealand

team at the 2020 World Butchers’

Challenge.

It’s the second time the Burnside

man has made the cut for

the team known as the ‘Sharp

Blacks’, having taken part in this

year’s WBC in Belfast, Northern

Ireland, where the Sharp Blacks

placed second.

“I’m still celebrating being

selected again,” Mr Garth says.

“Apart from the captain [Corey

Winder, also of Christchurch] I’m

the only one who got back in.”

He and the other six Sharp

Blacks will now start preparing for

the next WBC, to be held in Sacramento,

California, in September

2020.

“Over the next two years we’ll

meet regularly for training weekends,

then return to each of our

home butcheries to apply those

techniques to what we do for our

customers.”

Mr Garth has been assigned a

new team role too, switching from

breaking down the raw carcasses

to turning them into retail cuts.

For shoppers of New World

Ferry Road that will mean soon

being able to buy cuts of meat that

are indisputably ‘world class’.

“Being able to talk to customers

about the wide range of cuts they

can get is one of the best parts of

my job. Now I’m essentially going

to be in training for 2020 every

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see some good stuff.”

Steve Anderson, chief executive

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having a butcher of Mr Garth’s

calibre on the Foodstuffs team

shows the supermarket operator is

“getting the right people.”

“Because our stores are locallyowned

and operated their butchery

teams are more responsive

to local shoppers’ tastes, and also

more attractive to the best local

talent – proof of which can be

seen here,” says Mr Anderson.

Indeed, Garth’s rise to the top of

the butchery world is an inspiration

to young school-leavers.

“My first job was as a cleaner in a

butcher shop. Now I’m managing

a very large city butchery serving

hundreds of shoppers a day, and

representing my country at what I

do best. If I could tell my 16-yearold

self one thing it would be to

find something you like and can

get better at every day, and stick

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Fire rages, homes at risk

‘Lyttleton St’

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sign “will be corrected.”

“If it is the contractors, even

if it is their sub-contractors, error,

they will pick up the cost of

replacement,” he said.

“There are a lot of stages in the

process, so potentially the error

could be from when it may have

been requested to simply what the

sign manufacturer puts in, and

even allowing for spell checking,

names are so individual that this

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install would be the last line of

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Mistakes on street signs were

“very infrequent”, he said.

The most memorable one was

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News

Extra funding for community groups

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

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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:

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Citizens Advice Bureau –

$3000

Total – $86,000

Education and youth

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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

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Life Education Trust Mid and

South Canterbury – $2000

Opawaho Trust – $2000

Spirit of Adventure Trust –

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Cross Over Trust – $3000

K2 Youth Development Trust

– $2000

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Sexual and child abuse

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Project Esther Trust – $10,000

Pillars Incorporated – $8000

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Food debate goes behind closed doors

• By Anan Zaki

A COMMUNITY board will

go behind closed doors to

decide whether it will continue

spending ratepayer money on

food for its fortnightly meetings.

The Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

Community Board has

munched through more than

$10,000 since it was elected in

October 2016 – the highest spend

of any of the city council’s seven

community boards, Southern

View revealed last week.

The food is available at its

board meetings for board

members, and city council staff

and members of the public who

attend.

Board chairman Mike Mora

said members will discuss the

catering costs at their next meeting

on November 13, but it will

be public excluded.

“It’s an internal matter. I don’t

see the need that it needs to be

[public].”

“It’s a discussion we need

to have to gauge each other’s

responses as to what they see as

our needs,” Mr Mora said.

Board member Debbie Mora

is against the idea of discussing

the future of the catering behind

closed doors.

Helen Broughton Mike Mora Debbie Mora

“I feel as a ratepayer, they have Helen Broughton said she previously

attempted to hold discus-

a right to hear how we discuss

how it’s [rates] spent,” Ms Mora sions about the catering twice,

said.

but was deferred due to long

She felt catering should be seminars.

minimised to items such as tea She said catering became

and coffee.

a topic of discussion at the

Board deputy chairwoman board after inquiries from

LIGHT BITES:

The Halswell-

Hornby-

Riccarton

Community

Board has

spent $10,000

on catering on

food such as

chicken nibbles

since they

were elected.

Southern View last month.

Ms Broughton felt if the

discussion is held behind closed

doors, members would be more

open about how they felt about

catering.

“I’ve given an understanding

to other board members that it

will be an offline discussion,” she

said.

But if the catering discussion is

deferred again at the next meeting,

Ms Broughton said she will

file a notice of motion to discuss

it publicly.

Ms Broughton also felt her

board spent “too much” on

catering.

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hits delay

• By Matt Salmons

OPERATORS OF the historic tug

Lyttelton say their first passenger

cruise will not happen until

January, a month later than they

had hoped.

Tug Lyttelton Preservation Society

head stoker Mike Bruce said

the marine surveyor who oversaw

the tug’s sea trials on October

4 had given the society a list of

items to address before they could

carry passengers.

Though the society had funding

to address most of it, the time

frame pushed the date back from

December.

“It’s nothing major, It’s just time

and effort,” Mr Bruce said.

The list included the need to

add another emergency exit and

update flotation devices, fire

extinguishers, signage and communication

equipment.

The most difficult item to address

on the list was the requirement

for the lifeboat to be at least

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News

Local

News

Now

Woolworths plans subdivision

Fire rages, homes at risk

Grand Designs

host to help

develop site

• By Anan Zaki

A SUPERMARKET chain

wants to build laneways and

“New York-style” apartments in

Halswell, designed by the host of

Grand Designs NZ.

Woolworths NZ, which own

grocery chains Countdown,

FreshChoice and Super Value,

lodged a resource consent

application for

a mixed-use

development at

a 21ha site at 201

Halswell Rd.

The design team

is led by Grand

Chris

Moller

Designs NZ host

Chris Moller.

Public

submissions opened on

Wednesday and will remain open

until November 28.

The residential part of

the development includes

248 dwellings, including 24

units of two level “New Yorkstyle”

apartments, a covered

COMMUNITY charitable

trust, the Sumner Ferrymead

Foundation, recently celebrated

its 25th anniversary at the

GoodHome Ferrymead.

Three of the original trustees

attended – George Scrimshaw,

Max Percasky, and Julie

Cunningham, who is still a

serving trustee.

The October 25 occasion also

recognised Mrs Cunningham’s

remarkable 25-year contribution

to SFF.

Since 1993, the foundation has

given almost $100,000 in grants,

which has extended financial

assistance to those pursuing

education, cultural or sporting

swimming pool facility, extensive

landscaping and 3.1991ha of

reserve and stormwater detention

areas.

Said Countdown general

manager property Adrian

Walker: “In New York, these

[apartments] were conversions of

old brownstone factories but new

replica-style buildings typically

replicate the key characteristics

of weathered brick, high stud and

saw tooth roof.”

endeavours, and also to community

groups, who play an important

role.

The foundation was the vision

of Sumner-born Dora Grut, who

married a Canadian and moved

to Vancouver.

After returning to Canada

from a 1991 visit home, she donated

$10,500 to start a Sumner

Community Trust, to be run

along the lines of the Vancouver

Foundation.

The Vancouver Foundation

started in 1943 with $1000

donated from receptionist Alice

McKay’s savings.

She had donated the money

to assist the wives and families

The commercial component

of the proposal includes a

Countdown supermarket,

medical centre, cafe, childcare

facility, retail space for 21 tenants,

a tavern, 522 car parks, covered

outdoor spaces, landscaping and

lawn seating.

There are no groundwater

springs below the proposed site.

The company lodged the

resource consent application in

December last year.

of Vancouver soldiers killed in

France during World War 2.

A Vancouver businessman was

impressed with her generosity

and added a further $10,000,

encouraging nine others to do

likewise.

That foundation, which began

with $101,000, today exceeds one

billion dollars.

Similarly, since Dora Grut’s

initial donation, the Sumner

Ferrymead Foundation has

grown significantly through

the generosity of many

local benefactors within the

community.

Only interest from the invested

funds is used for grants,

PLANNED: This 21ha site on Halswell Rd is currently covered in

overgrown weeds but could soon have a subdivision with “New

York-style” apartments.

In its application, Woolworths

said a dimension often missing

in contemporary suburbs is a

sense of community or collective

life.

The vision for the project

includes a “village life” approach,

which will be encouraged by

lanes, bridleways and pocket

parks.

“The Halswell project is

already zoned for residential and

commercial as part of the larger

Halswell key activity centre

development to be built over the

and the foundation considers

applications from groups and

individuals in a catchment area

running from east of Tunnel Rd

to Taylors Mistake.

Donations to the foundation

can be for a specific community

use or asset, or for discretionary

funds – all gratefully received as

the trustees are looking to grow

the fund.

•Anyone wishing to

donate, or requiring further

information, could phone

John Taylor 0274 326 972,

or view the SFF website

sumnerferrymead

foundation.co.nz

next 25 years,” Mr Walker said.

This is not Woolworths NZ’s

first foray into a mixed-use

development. The company built

31 buildings in Vinegar Ln, in

Ponsonby, Auckland.

“We’re excited to bring a high

quality development to Halswell,”

Mr Walker said.

A construction management

plan is yet to be submitted.

Should the resource consent be

approved, construction would

start about a year after a design

and tender process.

Foundation celebrates 25 years of operation

CELEBRATION: Foundation

chairman John Taylor and

Julie Cunningham cut the

cake to celebrate 25 years.


12 Tuesday November 6 2018

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SOUTHERN VIEW

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

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✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Traditional classrooms;

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✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Before & after school care:

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✓ Cental city location,

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Music Festival, earlier this term.

Open Day: Tuesday 14 November

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Tuesday November 6 2018 13

News

Bigger and better book fair

• By Matt Salmons

A MOUNTAIN of donated

books is growing at Lyttelton

Primary School in the lead up

to its second biennial book fair.

Organised by parents from

the school’s family hub, the

November 10 event would see

thousands of donated books go

up for sale out of the Lyttelton

Arts Factory.

Lyttelton Primary School

secretary and librarian Rita

Norris said the first book fair in

2016 had boosted the library’s

stock and allowed the school to

run literary events over the last

two years.

“It enabled us to top up with

new books as it had been a bit

depleted [after the merger].”

The 2016 event saw the

library receive about 300 books

from the more than 5000 donated,

while book sales raised

$5500.

Mrs Norris said it had meant

the library could get “back up to

where it should be.”

She said the organisers were

“just amazing” and the school

library would not be where it

was without them.

Family hub member and

organiser Ruth Connor said the

school’s library was looking “a

lot healthier” after the last book

fair.

“But to be honest, the whole

thing needs

overhauling, especially nonfiction.

A lot of that is 10-yearsold

and things have changed.

“We need to keep the collection

exciting for kids.”

She said people could still

donate books to be sold and

organisers hoped to “have a

similar or greater amount of

books this year and we’re well

on the way.”

“If people have good quality

books, absolutely we’d love

them,” Ms Connor said.

While they would accept any

donated books, not everything

was going to sell, she said.

“People are always trying to

get rid of their 1980s microwave

cookbooks.”​

Ms Connor said the books

were priced low, adults books

LIBRARY:

Lyttelton

Primary School

librarian Rita

Norris (left) and

Ruth Connor

sort through

hundreds of

donated books

as they get

ready for the

book fair.

for $2 and children’s books $1.

“People were going home with

a box load of all their summer

reading [last year],” she said.

•Lyttelton Primary School

book fair: November 10,

9am at the Lyttelton Arts

Factory. People can drop

donation books off at the

school reception or email

familyhub@lyttelton.school.

nz.

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News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Riccarton

bus lanes

in operation

NEW BUS lanes installed as part

of the Riccarton Rd upgrade are

now in operation.

The bus priority work helps

the 3000 people a day who board

buses in Riccarton, and people

passing through the area, reach

their destinations on time.

Christchurch City Council

transport operations manager

Steffan Thomas says the dedicated

bus lanes are integral to the

success of the city’s transport

network.

“It is important that other

vehicles keep clear of these bus

lanes so that everyone can arrive

at their destinations on time,” Mr

Thomas says.

“We all need to support the delivery

of an efficient and effective

public transport network across

the city, and dedicated lanes help

achieve that.”

The bus lanes will be enforced

through bus lane cameras.

“Motorists ignoring the rules

face a $150 fine if they are caught

wrongly using the bus lanes, while

those who park in the lanes can

receive a $60 fine, along with a

bill for towing costs,” Mr Thomas

says.


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Tuesday November 6 2018 15

HONOURED:

Cashmere tennis juniors

Hana Kakoi with

her president of

the year award.

to represent Canty

(Left) – Some of

the silverware

the Linwood

at national teams event

Keas won at

the Canterbury

Rugby League

• By Gordon Findlater

awards. PHOTO:

LINWOOD

KEAS

CASHMERE JUNIORS’ Lucia

Gale, Ruby Young and Nant

Prachuabmoh have been selected

to represent Canterbury at the

national junior teams event.

Lucia and Ruby have both been

selected to represent Canterbury’s

12 and under team, while Nant

will play in the 14 and under

squad.

Said Cashmere junior coach

James Meredith: “It’s very rare in

tennis to have a team environment

because it’s usually a very

individual sport. It’s great for

these guys to be in an environment

where it’s about playing

for one another and being there

to support and cheer on one

another.”

At just 10-years-old, Lucia is

the youngest player in the Canterbury

team. After a stellar year

that saw her win the Rod Laver

Queensland junior championships

at Brisbane in July, she will

now battle against older competitors

when the 12 and under team

look to go one better than they

did in January.

Ruby has recently moved to

Cashmere to play interclub and

will look to play a key role for the

team after finishing fourth at the

12 and under singles in January.

Nant is likely to play as the 14

and under No 1 singles player

TALENT: Lucia Gale is the

youngest player in the

Canterbury 12 and under

squad.

after finishing fourth in his age

group at the NZ junior masters

finals in Hamilton last month.

Both the 12 and under and 14

and under team events will take

place at Wilding Park from January

15-18. The event follows the

14 and under individual championships

from January 10-14 and

is proceeded by the 12 and under

tournament from January 19-23.

“For these guys it’s about being

able to flick the switch from being

an individual to being a team

player,” said Meredith.

Each tie will consist of three

boys singles, three girls singles,

one boys doubles, one girls

doubles and one mixed doubles

match. Auckland are the current

champions at 12, 14 and 16 and

under level.

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 matt.salmons@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm

Go along to the Linwood

Library for a friendly craft-corner

session. Take your knitting,

crochet or other portable craft

project and enjoy time with other

crafters. Have a look at the range

of books to get ideas for your

next project. Free, beginners

welcome.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

Creative writing on

Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

A group leader works with

members to craft, create and

develop their own work. Take

pens, pencils, paper and even a

laptop. Also take your wonderful

ideas, story-telling, or art, as

well as any projects you would

like to make. Talk to a Linwood

Library team member for more

information. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre, Buckleys Rd

Low-Cost Internet Sessions

Thursdays 10.30-11.30am or

Tuesdays 6-7pm

Not-for-profit group

Addington.net offers low-cost

internet through Spark Jump

for homes with children under

18 and no current broadband

connection. Set up is $10 and

includes a modem and 30gb of

data with top-ups available. No

landline, contract or credit check

required. Phone 962 7244 for

more information.

1 Penbury St, Sydenham, first

floor.

JP Clinic at Spreydon

Library

Thursday, 10.30am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. There is no

charge for this service.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St

Citizens Advice Bureau –

South Library

Thursday, 11am-2pm

Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice to everyone. It takes the

time to listen and equip you with

the information, options and

support that fit your needs. It’s

conveniently located just inside

the library.

South Library, 66 Colombo

St

Go along to a Thai Food Fair on Sunday from 10-4pm. Discover Thailand’s best including

authentic food, traditional dances, Muay Thai kick boxing exhibition, cooking demonstrations,

classical Thai music and more. Admission is free. Rauora Park, 196 Hereford St.

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Join in a game of rummikub,

a tile-based game for two to four

players. No charge.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Shopping Centre

Tumbletimes

Thursday, 10.30-11.30am

Take your pre-schooler along

to tumbletimes, a fun active

session designed to build

confidence. It is based on

fundamental movement skills.

A tutor oversees the activities,

providing guidance. Casual entry

cost $4.20.

Pioneer Leisure Centre, 75

Lyttelton St, Somerfield

Game Zone at Linwood

Thursdays, 3.30-4.30pm

Play favourites like Minecraft,

charades, connect four,

Pictionary and more. Learn and

develop strategies for new games.

Take your friends along or meet

some new ones; all children aged

eight to 13 welcome. No booking

or payment required.

Linwood Library, Eastgate

Storytimes/Wā Kōrerō

Friday, 10.30-11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free session.

Spreydon Library, 266

Barrington St, and South Library,

66 Colombo St

Christchurch Technical

College reunion

Sunday, 1.30pm

A reunion will be held for

past and senior students. The

cost is $12 per person. Phone

Daphne 348 6377 or Ray 349

7596.

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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

of the Year

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

IT’S LIKE HOLIDAYS

ALL YEAR ROUND

Lots of people spend their holidays

here in Geraldine. But why just have a

holiday when you can move here instead?

Make the move to Geraldine’s McKenzie

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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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Our Lady of the

Assumption School

To avoid overcrowding, or the likelihood

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the Assumption School has adopted an

enrolment scheme that has been approved

by the Secretary for Education.

Under this scheme, students will be enrolled

if they live within the home zone described

below. The boundaries of our home zone

are the boundaries of the Catholic Parish of

Hoon Hay and Halswell.

The enrolment of out-of-zone students is

governed by the provisions of the Education

Act 1989.

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may be viewed at the school office,

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