Pegasus Post: November 13, 2018

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Bexley Reserve to be cleared

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Rare

disorder

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get in

Lilian’s way

• By Sophie Cornish

EVERYDAY TASKS such as

putting on socks and shoes are

difficult for Lilian Exton.

But she has never let that stop

her from achieving as much as

she possibly can.

The Parklands 17-yearold

lives with an extremely

rare growth disorder,

otospondylomegaepiphyseal

dysplasia, one of only 30 people

worldwide who suffer from the

condition.

It affects the end of her

bones, where the joints are,

so they change shape and

are enlarged. When she was

younger, Lilian would grow

1cm every month, twice as fast

as her peers.

Now between 186-190cm tall

(her actual height is unknown

due to difficulty measuring

her), Lilian has been recognised

at the Zonta Sports Awards

for the most outstanding

achievement by a young

sportswoman with a disability.

She competes at para-events

all over New Zealand in boccia

and athletics. Boccia is an

adaptive sport for para-athletes,

similar to petanque and bowls.

•Turn to page 7

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Lilian Exton’s success in both boccia and athletics has won her

a Zonta Sports Award.

Hot pools’

green light

pleases

residents,

businesses

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

NEW BRIGHTON residents and

businesses are looking forward to

the new hot pools facility being

built after the final resource

consents were secured for the

project.

They are hoping the $11.2 million

pool project will help bring more

people into the area and boost its

commercial centre.

Development Christchurch Ltd

confirmed last week it received

resource consent from the city

council for the hot pools and work

is set to begin next month.

Bin Inn New Brighton owner

Nikki Griffin is optimistic the hot

pools will help bring more people

into the area.

“I think it is awesome,

Brighton has been wanting it for a

long time . . . hopefully DCL will get

on with the job and get it done,” she

said.

Paper Plus New Brighton owner

Blair Hughes said it was “fantastic”

the resource consent had been

granted.

But he said he would like to

see the plan to extend Oram Ave

brought forward as part of an

upgrade of the commercial area.

•Turn to page 4

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YOU HAVE to hand it to people like young

Lilian Exton on our front page today.

She is one of about only 30 people worldwide

who suffer from otospondylomegaepiphyseal

dysplasia.

It makes day-in day-out life very tough in

comparison to others. Even putting her socks and shoes on is a

mission for the 17-year-old.

But Lilian and her mother Wendy tell reporter Sophie Cornish

that hasn’t stopped her chasing her goals, of which she has been

very successful.

Lilian was recognised at the Zonta Sports Awards for the

most outstanding achievement by a young sportswoman with a

disability. She competes at para-events all over New Zealand in

boccia and athletics.

That adds to an impressive array of other sports awards.

All power to her.

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Reserve rubble to be cleared

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ASSURANCE HAS been given

that 200 cu m of rubble will be

removed over the summer from

Bexley Reserve.

City council staff confirmed

there are plans to remove the

“pit run” which will be used for

remedial work around the city,

for an example to fill potholes.

It is after the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board noted there

were large soil piles by the Pages

Rd pump station and in Bexley

Reserve.

The city council visited the

site last month and removed

two tonnes of general household

rubbish and builder rubble from

various parts of Bexley Reserve.

It is after Pegasus Post reported

in June illegal rubbish

dumping was causing rats to

populate at nearby properties.

Resident Paula Bartlett-Pak

said the fence the city council

repaired to stop people from

dumping rubbish on the Anzac

Drive side of the reserve has had

the wire cut.

She said she has notified the

city council of the damage to the

fence.

Ms Bartlett-Pak said while she

hasn’t seen any rats recently, the

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in the reserve.

But it turned out the piles of

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• By Ashleigh Monk

RESIDENTS OF a Mairehau

retirement village will have

one last chance to convince

Environment Canterbury to

change the No 44 bus route.

ECan announced last month

it would not re-route the bus

through some residential streets,

leaving residents of Diana Isaac

Retirement Village having to

travel 1km to the nearest bus

stop.

But ECan will meet again with

residents tomorrow to hear their

concerns.

The proposed extension of the

44 route was intended to make

up for the loss of the Orbiter due

to roading changes as part of the

Northern Corridor project.

Retirement village resident

Graham Tate said he was surprised

when ECan announced

the route would not change, as it

had given a “strong indication”

that it would.

“We believe that access to

public transport for such a large

group of elderly and disabled

should be a prime consideration

of an effective bus transport

coordinator.”

Hot pool decision pleases residents, businesses

•From page 1

Mr Hughes said it was hard to

say if New Brighton’s commercial

area was struggling because

the whole country’s retail sector

is suffering due to increases in

the cost of living, petrol and

food prices.

Uncertainty still lies over

whether the hot pools will have

a flow-on effect for reviving the

commercial centre of the suburb.

Eastern Vision spokesman

Evan Smith said it is a step in

the right direction but he would

like to see more priority given to

the regeneration of the business

district.

Pegasus Post previously reported

businesses were lacking

confidence the city council was

going to follow through on its

approved New Brighton Centre

Master Plan.

Three years ago the city council

approved the plan which was

to extend Oram Ave through to

the main thoroughfare of Hawke

St.

This was to create a new

north-south shopping and entertainment

precinct.

“It is all very well bringing

this into the area but unless the

issues in the business district are

dealt with as proposing the master

plan then the regeneration of

New Brighton is still going

to remain stalled,” Mr Smith

said.

He said the business area in

New Brighton has not reached

its potential because the plan has

not yet been implemented.

Northshore Residents’ Association

chairwoman Jayne Mark

said the hot pools are a good

thing that will improve and

bring more people the area and

make it more attractive.

She said currently the business

area in general looks “bad and

derelict” and it was understandable

why people didn’t want to

go to the area.

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Resource

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to allow work

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Vegetation fire risk concern

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

LONG OVERGROWN grass,

which has prompted calls for

better maintenance in the

Marshland area, is due to be

mowed next week.

The city council is planning

to mow overgrown grass in the

vicinity of 2 Mairehau Rd, 251,

263 and 280 Marshland Rd next

week.

It comes after Marshland resident

Niki De Pina wrote to the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board expressing

her frustration

at the lack

of mowing and

maintenance in

the area.

She said the

berms had not

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appeared to have

been maintained

for several years and could

become a fire risk in the summer

months due to their density and

height.

City council transport operations

manager Steffan Thomas

said maintenance of grass in

areas such as Marshland had

not been reduced. “Roadside

grass on roads such as this are

generally cut up to five times per

year,” he said.

Board chairman Kim

Money said it is great it has been

brought to the board’s attention

and city council staff will report

back on the issue.

WILD: Concern has been raised over the lack of maintenance

of berms in the Marshland area.

City councillor David East

said there are some issues with

the level of service on some New

Zealand Transport Agency roads.

“The Travis Rd, Anzac Drive,

it gets complicated there. You

have got NZTA mowing a metre

or two on the road edge and the

rest of it is council,” he said.

Cr East said he would like to

see more co-ordination with

NZTA mowing programmes.

He said the mowing

programme along New Brighton

Rd is also very erratic.

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Air guns at Bottle

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police call out

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

POLICE WERE called to Bottle

Lake Forest after walkers raised

concerns about rabbits being

hunted with guns.

They found two men in possession

of an air gun at about 7.50pm

on October 28.

No charges were laid, but advice

was given to the men about using

air guns in public places. A police

spokesman said rabbit hunting

was not a common problem at the

forest.

Queenspark resident Jan

Sekihara said she was “shocked”

when she saw a man with what

appeared to be a hunting rifle

about 100m from the forest

entrance on the Lima Rd side.

“I was petrified, it was the first

time I had ever seen a gun, whether

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was concerned her schnoodle,

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could be mistaken for a rabbit.

“It just pays for people to be

aware there are some people out

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They have no respect for rules.”

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Lower subdivision speed limit supported

City

councillor

Glenn

Livingstone

writes about

the decision

to lower the

speed limit

to 40km/h at

Prestons subdivision

At the city council meeting last

week, I moved the option of setting

the speed limit in Prestons

to 40km/h.

Following discussion and debate,

this recommendation was

passed by the city council.

I pushed for this for the following

reasons:

The safety of children in the

area, many of whom attend

Readers respond to the

Pegasus Post article on the

city council lowering the

Prestons subdivision speed

limit to 40km/h

Adele Mitchell – As a

Prestons resident, I am angered

by the city council thinking they

know better than local residents

and the community board. How

is Prestons different to any other

area of residential Christchurch?

Perhaps we should

lower the speed limit

to 40km/h Christchurch-wide.

Lowering

the speed limit is not

the most effective

means of dealing with

excessive speed in

Prestons (which is not

caused by residents but people

passing through or boy racers).

This is a case of an extreme

“solution” missing the mark.

Ross Williamson – I am

amazed that the city council

have overruled the community

board and decided to lower the

speed limit in Prestons to

40km/h, so much for consultation

and the board’s decision not

to lower the limit. A ridiculous

decision from nanny council.

Another decision that seems

to be driven by council staff to

east

life is great

in the

Marshland School.

The school principal and the

school’s Board of Trustees supported

40km/h for the safety of

their pupils.

Big trucks have been going

past the school at 60km/h.

As a parent myself, I am aware

that children do not develop

peripheral vision until they are

about 11 years old, meaning

override the community that

the limit will effect. Do I as a

resident have any recourse in

this decision, a petition? After

all the residents were consulted.

Mr Trevor Lightfoot put a very

good case to the board as to why

the reduced limit should not be

imposed. When do we go back to

a person with a red flag walking

in front of cars, per the introduction

of motor vehicles in early

times! Asinine comes to mind.

Robyn Carter –

Bringing our speed

limit to 40km/h is

ridiculous. Are these

councillors going to

impose these speed

restrictions on all

housing areas in

Christchurch? Why should our

speed limit be any different to

any other area in Christchurch?

Do these councillors live in this

area? I’d like to know why they

think this is necessary as I’ve

lived here two years and haven’t

seen any reason to change the

speed limit.

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their awareness crossing roads is

much more reduced than that of

adults.

Along with this, children are

impulsive by nature as we know

and will often run across roads

without thinking.

With the consultation process,

people both inside and outside

Prestons were included and both

the overall tally and the Prestons

Chris Andis – Thanks for

your article regarding the city

council overruling the community

board’s recommendation.

It’s unfortunately another

instance of consulting the community

that literally only ticks

the box. I’m not aware of any

consultation process that has actually

benefited the community

in terms of supporting its wants

and interests. I’m certain that the

city council had already made

their decision about lowering the

speed limit before the consultation

and formal vote. Now the

area will be a complete mess of

mixed speeds that’s no safer.

We will have 40, 50, 60, 70 and

80km/h zones within 500m of

our house. In time, I’m expecting

traffic calming will the next

solution to be installed, like the

wonderful job completed on

Worcester St last year. Thanks

for letting me provide a little

feedback.

A reader responds to

the Pegasus Post article

on New Brighton’s annual

fireworks event

Torfrida Wainwright –

I’ve just read a web article on

the New Brighton fireworks

event, where you have invited

comments on this event to be

emailed to you. The event is

taking place as I’m writing this.

I live in South Brighton about

3km from the pier.

What I like:

•The influx of people into New

only tally supported reducing the

speed to 40km/h.

Though the recommendation

to the city council, which came

from two community boards,

Papanui-Innes and Coastal-

Burwood, was based on a

combined vote of 5-4 to retain

the status quo, three board

members were away at that time,

including me.

Had all board members been

there, the vote and recommendation

to the city council could

have been different.

Whatever the recommendations

to the city council from a community

board over any issues, they

are never a fait accompli.

The city council has always reserved

the right to make its own

Brighton, creating a

good buzz. There’s often a

twilight market and lots of

business for our many cafes and

restaurants.

•I don’t think the crowds, traffic

and limited access routes are

a problem. We can get too obsessed

about keeping everything

150 per cent safe when there’s

not really a big risk.

What I don’t like:

•The intense heavy noise that

make it sound like living on

the outskirts of Beirut on a bad

day. It takes away all the pleasure

of the spectacle for me – I

haven’t bothered to watch it for

years.

decision, as it did in this case.

It mostly goes with community

board recommendations but not

always.

The table below, which was in

the report to the city council,

provides some telling data over

pedestrians, collision type and

probability of death with increased

speed.

This also informed my

decision.

•The impact of this sound on

animals – such as nesting birds

round the estuary and many

pets. My dog hates it, she rushes

about full of anxiety and I have

to spend half an hour feeding her

food to keep her settled.

Suggestions:

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–surely it’s time for Aotearoa

to create our own traditions and

it fits with darker nights, so kids

don’t have to stay up so late and

nesting/breeding animals are

not disturbed.

•Canvass people to see how

many would prefer the spectacle

with less crashing sound – it may

well be quite a lot of people.

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SKILLS: Well-known Southshore artist Kim Lowe has won a top national art award. She has received the prestigious 2019

Olivia Spencer Bower Award, a scholarship established to support artists. Lowe said it was huge and a great honour to be

a recipient. As well as winning a grant of $30,000, it is likely Lowe will be offered a year-long studio residency in central

Christchurch. While it had not yet been confirmed, the Olivia Spencer Bower Foundation is hoping a studio space will be

available at the Christchurch Arts Centre for when the residency begins in January.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Isolation issues

discussions

planned

ANOTHER STEP has been taken

to help bring a disaster psychologist

in to Dallington to investigate postearthquake

issues.

The Coastal-Burwood Community

Board held a seminar on

Monday to discuss what needs to

be done to bring the plan into fruition.

It was decided the board’s

community development adviser

Natalie Dally will talk to volunteers

and leaders in Dallington as well

as areas including Southshore and

Avondale to gauge key social isolation

issues.

It is after the Dallington Community

Trust asked for funding

from the board to have a psychologist

look at issues in the area and

develop a wellness programme.

The programme developed for

Dallington could set a precedent

for other isolated areas.

Pegasus Post reported last

month Australian disaster recovery

expert and psychologist Dr Rob

Gordon could be brought in to

investigate.

Trust chairwoman and board

member Linda Stewart said a

decision has not yet been made but

it did “float some strategies” at the

seminar.

Awards recognise Lilian’s achievements

•From page 1

Earlier this year, Lilian won

the Canterbury secondary

schools boccia championships

and South Island boccia

championships.

Previously she was named

‘emerging talent of the year’ at

the Parafed Canterbury 50th

Anniversary Sports Awards.

She was also named most

improved player of the year at

the New Zealand boccia

nationals and top female athlete

at the Halberg Junior Disability

Games last year.

Lilian won both the discus

and shotput at the Canterbury

secondary schools competition

and took out the discus at the

South Island competition earlier

this year.

It was when Lilian was about

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Said Lilian’s mother Wendy

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different ages, but there were

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were different to her sister – her

movements were quite different.”

It took several visits to doctors

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Lilian’s rare condition. The

family is not aware of anyone

else in New Zealand with the

disorder.

“The doctors are along the

journey with us, they are

learning from Lilian . . . really

we just have to take each day as it

comes. Lilian has got very good

at adapting things for herself,”

said Mrs Exton.

When Lilian was in year 4, she

started using a wheelchair as the

arthritic-like pain in her bones

became too uncomfortable. Now

she uses a power wheelchair,

and in 2013 with help from The

Star, almost $30,000 was raised

for Lilian’s family so they could

purchase a van to transport

the chair. With this came great

freedom, said Mrs Exton.

Lilian has a busy social life,

goes to parties and has a closeknit

group of friends. “Where she

goes, her chair can go,” said Mrs

Exton.

She has just completed year 13

at Avonside Girls’ High School

and has plans to work with

children with disabilities.

On Tuesday night at the

school’s prize-giving, Lilian was

awarded three prizes, one being

the The Joan Conder Memorial

Cup, which is given to a student

who epitomises the school’s

values.

In the future, Lilian hopes to

compete at boccia tournaments

in Australia, as well as travel to

other countries.

Throughout her life, Lilian has

experienced people being unkind

because of her disability. “I get

a lot of stares, people pointing,

laughing or whispering. People

come up and ask personal

questions,” she said.

With help from her friends

and family, Lilian has learned

to brush off other people’s

behaviour. “No one is normal,

some just stick out more than

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Family fun night popular

MORE THAN 1000 people

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The event was packed with

carnival-style games, inflatables,

food trucks, entertainers, youth

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• By Matt Salmons

A QUARTER-CENTURY after

its founding, the 50s Up Brass

Band is still playing hard in

the lead up to its anniversary

celebration.

The band’s 25th-anniversary

concert will be held at the

Woolston Club on November 28,

featuring brass classics and some

Christmas songs.

Band secretary

Noeleen

Penter said

the band had

maintained

a constant

membership

of about

50 since it

started on

Mel Smith

October 26,

1993.

The band was founded by Age

Concern Canterbury for retired

players over 50 to meet and play

during the week. Starting with

25 members, that number doubled

to 50 within its first month.

“It was a surprise to those who

started the band . . . that it’s still

thriving and playing 25 years

later,” Mrs Penter said.

Founding and oldest member

CAMARADERIE: The 50s Up Brass Band will celebrating its 25th year with a concert later this

month.

99-year-old Mel Smith said

“lusty blowing” and the group’s

camaraderie had maintained his

good health.

Mrs Penter agreed with Mr

Smith’s view, saying the music

was what kept her going in her

retirement over the three years

she had been a member.

“That’s what we’re all here for,

the music.

“They’re a good crew, they’re a

lot of laughs.”

The band’s new conductor, Columbian

born Pablo Ruiz Henao,

had also been with the group for

three years.

“He’s wonderful, he’s lifted the

band quite a bit,” Mrs Penter said.

A professional bass trombonist

with the Christchurch

Symphony Orchestra, Mr Henao

took the role on after former

conductor Les France retired due

to his health.

“But [Mr France has] come

back to the band, now he plays

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Mrs Penter said the group was

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The band had been based at

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The SPCA’s newly-created

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Registered moonwalkers in the

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Coastal Spirit outlines priorities for 2019

• By Jacob Page

COASTAL SPIRIT are making

it a priority to get more girls and

women into football.

Football development manager

Gary Bennett has launched a

five-a-side summer league aimed

at introducing and re-introducing

women to football.

“We think the level of women’s

football has dropped away a bit

around Christchurch so having

weekly 5-a-side games happening

over the summer allows girls

to try out football or come back

to the sport if they’ve been away

with work commitments or having

families,” Bennett said.

The club has also named Canterbury

Dragon and Guatemalaborn,

Juan Chang as the new

women’s coach.

Juan, who is currently overseas

visiting family before taking up

the role, has worked with the St

Andrew’s College first XI and

Mainland Pride coaching set-up

and Bennett said he was the right

person for the job.

“He has the experience in

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Bennett said the 30-year-old

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Bennett said he was aiming to

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the 2019 season across all grades.

We need to build depth in the

ninth, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and

14th grades and ensure our Sunday

social football and reserve

teams are strong, so while I don’t

want to pluck a number from the

sky, 100 would be the number

I’m aiming for.”

The Coastal premier womens

team won the Mainland WPL

title last year and three of their

players, Una Foyle Rebecca Lake

and Talia Herman-Watt were

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“It shows there is talent there,

but we need to get more women

into the game and into our club,

not only to enjoy the game but to

build depth.

Bennett said he was eager to

get young girls the chance to try

football and he was looking at

engaging schools at the start of

term one next year.

TALENT: Coastal Spirit defender Rebecca Lake (left) and

goalkeeper Una Foyle and Talia Herman-Watt (right) were

all part of the New Zealand under-20 set-up this year.

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A justice of the peace will

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Tuesday, 1.30-2.30pm, at

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Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

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The New Zealand Mounted

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THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big

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Fastier, co lapsed an died the

to undertake work.

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As a tribute to those who

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ride horseback to the service.

Mr A pleton said it was

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A CRACKDOWN on mobile

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interest in having input into the

i sue.

Only eight submi sions were

received for a potential bylaw

aimed at regulating commercial

activities in public places.

The district council wi l be

holding a hearing for the Public

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especia ly during the summer

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•Turn to page 7

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to figh the city council over

funding.

Signatures are being co lected

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facility in Shirley.

It comes after the city council

removed funding for the centre

pla ned for Shirley Rd, near the

intersection with Hi ls Rd. This

was the site of the former community

centre, which was badly

damaged in the February 2,

20 1, earthquake.

The removal o funding

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role.

“One of the roles of a community

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plans are a l about lo bying the

council.”

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THE OWNERS of Sumner’s Cave

Rock Apartments ar expecting the

Earthquake Commi sion to sign-off

into mediation with IAG and EQC

on February 20, and signed off

on a deal with IAG on February

2 – coincidenta ly seven years

to the day after the February 2,

20 1, earthquake. However, they

are waiting for EQC to sign the

agr ement.

“Given that EQC actua ly drafted

the agr ement, there’ l be no

problem with them doing that.”

The apartment suffere damage

in the February and June, 20 1,

earthquakes and were demolished in

late 2012. In 2016, IAG’s offer of the

difference betw en indemnity value,

$10 mi lion, and the sum insured,

$16 million, was rejected by the body

corporate.

The mediation agr ement

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018 www.star.kiwi

Pure South Sharp Blacks, which

Jeremy Garth, finished second

as a “transtasman test match”

seven years ago.

The preparation for this

year’s World Butchers’ Challenge

was intense as the team

From New World Ferry Rd

to second in the

world

on a se tlement agr emen this w ek.

Body corporate chairman Mike

White said the group had gone

Fishin’ for w eds

• By Emily O’Co ne l

met in Auckland every two Mr Garth hopes t own a

months for lengthy • wBy ekend Emily O’Co ne l

and he was “rea ly proud” of practices.

how the team performed.

Mr Garth, who

THE

has b

HALSWE

en a

L-Hornbyinternational

competition.

butcher for 14 years, said the and on the 2020 cha lenge.

New World Fe ry Rd butcher ity products and came away

“In two years’ time, we’ l be

pa sion for the job.

Pure South Sharp Blacks, re-

ha py,” he said.

“Doing a l thi

Templeton.

stuff and title,” he said.

ideas, it just brings that flair

Ireland.

intense as the team members back for you,” he said.

South Sharp Blacks team.

It was the firs time Mr Garth

had competed in the cha lenge

butcher shop of his own someday

but says for now he wi l fo-

A WOOLSTON butcher proved

to be a cut above the rest in an

cus on ge ting mor experience

“We produced some top qual-

Ri carton Community Board

competition brought

has b

back

en given

his

the green ligh to

Jeremy Garth and his team, the with a g od result so we’re very

o pose the pla ned

going

qua ry

back

near

to try and win the

cently came second a the World The preparation for this year’s m eting new people,

Mayor

s eing

Lia

new

Dalziel

U per

told

Ri

the

carton butcher Corey

Butchers’ Cha lenge in Northern World Butchers’ Cha lenge was

board on Thursday it had

Winder

the okay

was part of the Pure

from the city council to make a

submi sion if Fulton Hogan a plies

for a resource consen to create a

Children’s event at risk if The

Groynes’ lakes not cleaned up

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Templeton

quarry

“You can just about guarant e

it . because we [the community

board] don’t believe qua ries

should be so close to residential

areas,” he said.

Mr Mora said he wasn’t sure if

the city council would endorse the

board’ submi sion.

“I’d like to think so because the

city council has had their eyes

open as we l ove recent years over

the crysta line silica risk,” he said.

Mr Mora said the community

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May.

The sp ed limit change was

a proved by the city counci last

w ek.

A decision to paint double yellow

lines on the stretch betw en

Summit Rd and the Sign of the

Takahe was earlier made by the

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board.

Bu the Banks Peninsula Community

Boar decided against

ye low lines on the Summit Rd-

Governors Bay section due to the

road’s na rowne s and general

condition.

The changes are designed to try

and reduce the crash rate.

Insta lation of the double

ye low lines, the new sp ed limit

signs and raised centre line pavement

markers wi l begin in mid

April.

The work i scheduled to take

place betw en April 15-18, 2-26,

29 and May 2.

While the work is done, Dyers

Pa s Rd wi l be closed to traffic

from the Sign of the Takahe to

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